Report of deaths in Japan, 1900.

By the Hongkong Maru.

Word was received by the Hongkong Maru from the Orient that Rev. David Keaweamahi, who left here about twelve years ago for Japan to undergo treatment for leprosy, died in Tokyo on the 29th of July last of consumption. No signs of the disease was visible on his face. He was buried that same evening, a large concourse of friends following his remains to the grave

W. H. Cummings died on July 15th at the Kusatsu springs and was buried there.

(Independent, 8/14/1900, p. 3)

By the Hongkong Maru.

The Independent, Volume XI, Number 1584, Page 3. August 14, 1900.

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