Foreign birds set free by the Honorable Lilia Kamakaeha, 1870.

[Found under: “NU HOU KULOKO: Oahu.”]

We hear that the Honorable Mrs. Lilia Kamakaeha was pleased at the releasing of some new kinds of birds so that they spread here in Hawaii nei. Therefore, all hunters are prohibited from shooting these new birds flying in our mountainsides and plains.

(Kuokoa, 10/1/1870, p. 2)

Ua lohe mai makou...

Ka Nupepa Kuokoa, Buke IX, Helu 40, Aoao 2. Okatoba 1, 1870.

Mortuary of Manuel E. Silva, 1910.

THE RESIDENCE UNDERTAKING PARLOR is the latest move in the undertaking line, where families can be accommodated with sleeping quarters, dining room, kitchen and bathroom. Call and inspect. 34 Chaplain Lane.

M. E. Silva’s Up-to-Date Funeral Parlors

M. E. Silva’s Embalming Room is the best; in fact, the only one of its kind in this city and county with modern ideas pertaining to the care of the dead.

M. E. Silva’s Res. Undertaking Parlors

24 CHAPLAIN LANE, OPP. CATHOLIC SISTERS

Phone 179—Night 1014

(Evening Bulletin, 7/2/1910, p. 16)

THE RESIDENCE UNDERTAKING PARLOR...

Evening Bulletin, Established 1882, Number 4660, Page 16. July 2, 1910.

Mrs. Mileka Rose Silva passes on, 1922.

GREATEST OF ALL IS ALOHA, IT CANNOT BE DROWNED BY GREAT FLOODS.

MRS. MILEKA ROSE SILVA

Mr. Editor of the Newspaper Kuokoa; Much aloha to you:—Please extend your patience with this sad parcel we are sending, and allow it some open space in the Nupepa Kuokoa, should there be space, so that the family and friends of the one who left this life can know of it, from Hawaii, the island of Keawe, to Kauai of Mano with its twinned lei of mokihana.

At 2 a. m., on Monday, June 19, A. D. 1922, the angel of peace came and took the life spirit from the beloved body of Mrs. Mileka Rose Silva, at our beloved home at Number 1033 Wolters Lane, Kapalama, Honolulu, and left her spiritless remains for us, the ohana, with sadness in love, for our beloved who left this life.

Her body remained at our home until 3 p. m., Tuesday the 20th, and the Rev. Samuel K. Kaloa held a service at the home, as well as where her remains were laid to rest at the Cemetery of Pue’a. Continue reading