S. W. MEHEULA LEAVES THIS LIFE.
In the early morning of Wednesday last week, Solomon W. Meheula, one of the kamaaina of this district of Hanalei, Kauai, left this worldly life, after being sick for a short time, and in the afternoon of that Wednesday, his remains were carried to and buried at Anahola, his birth land.
He was a native and local that faced the showers [aloalo kuaua], that is of Hanalei, and as he now rests, he lived 51 years in this life. He left behind his wife and his four children, three daughters and one son.
He was educated at Kamehameha School for Boys, and he was one who was very enthusiastic in sports and he was often scene in the circle of those who know singing. He strove to do good works. He was ordained in the ministry for Kauai just a little while ago, and it was in this profession that he worked until his death.
He was a member of the local legislature in 1923 from Kauai, and for several years, he lived and worked on the homestead lands in Kapaa, and now that he has gone, he has become an unforgettable memorial for all the good works which he did.
(Kuokoa, 5/28/1925, p. 2)