[Found under: “LOCAL AND GENERAL.”]
It was currently reported around Waimea and Lihue last week by the natives that Piilani, the pretty wife of Koolau, the leper outlaw, gave birth to another child about three weeks ago, and that the mother and child were coing well at their home on the Waimea mountains.
(Hawaiian Gazette, 8/29/1893, p. 9)
Hawaiian Gazette, Volume XXVIII, Number 35, Page 9. August 29, 1893.
We received word about the wife of Koolau, that champion of Kauai, giving birth. And it was confirmed in a small article in this morning’s Advertiser. It is important to commemorate the giving birth by the wife of the man who caused those confrontations [kike ka maka o ka a-la]. And today, the father of this young child just born is famous. There is just this, it is not known whether the newborn is a boy or girl. It is clear that they will continue… [The last two lines in the digital image of this article is unfortunately illegible.].
[Anyone know more information?]
(Ka Lei Momi, weekly, 8/28/1893, p. 1)
Ka Lei Momi, Buke I, Helu 4, Aoao 1. Augate 28, 1893.
Children of Sun Yat Sen Welcomed with Enthusiasm
With the arrival of the Steamship Shinyo Maru last Monday from Japan and China, it carried aboard her the children of Dr. Sun Yat Sen, and they were warmly welcomed by the local Chinese of this town.
For the two weeks that the children spend here in Honolulu nei, they will be honored guests of the Chinese societies, and there will be constant parties given for them until they leave for San Francisco. Continue reading