Alexander Kalei Kamahele and Mabel Kaholomoku Harvest wed, 1947.

Joined Together

One hour following the joining of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Lindsey¹ in the covenant of marriage, those youths, Alexander Kalei Kamahele and Mabel Kaholomoku Harvest appeared at Haili Church and the service to make them man and wife was carried out by Rev. Moses Moku. This act was carried out in the afternoon of November 29.

After they were married, those invited, and the ohana followed on [?? kolomoku] to the home of the parents of the young man to join in on the celebration of the happiness of the young ones.

The family could not attend both of the parties, because Alexander Kamahele is a cousin of Juliet’s.

The party was filled, and after the celebrating, and after some time, the youths left to spend their honeymoon [mahina meli].

May these young ones be accompanied by much good fortune, and may happiness reside with them living as man and wife.

¹Juliet Nathaniel and Thomas Milimili Lindsey

(Hoku o Hawaii, 12/3/1947, p. 1)

Hoohui Ia

Ka Hoku o Hawaii, Volume XLI, Number 14, Aoao 1. Dekemaba 3, 1947.

Antone Kaoo, kumu hula, 1913.

[Found under: “Nuhou Kuloko”]

There will be a great luau given by Antone Kaoo [Akoni Kaoo] at his home tomorrow, outside of Pawaa, and hula olapa will be shown thereafter that night.

(Kuokoa, 10/10/1913, p. 4)

He paina luau nui ka Akoni Kaoo...

Ka Nupepa Kuokoa, Buke LI, Helu 40, Aoao 4. Okatoba 10, 1913.

Kainana Puahi, 1906.

A GREAT PARADE AND AN OLD-TIME LUAU

Great preparations are being made for the pa-u parade on Kamehameha Day. The ladies who are to take part have been assured that Frank Andrade, who conducted the successful parade on Washington’s birthday, will give them his help, and will also ride in the procession. A feature of the day’s celebration will be the luau which is to follow the parade, and which will be a genuine old-fashioned Hawaiian feast, such as is seldom attempted here.

The following is a list of the officers of the Hui Holopa-u Maile Alii: Mrs. Kainana Puahi, president and manager; Mrs. S. Kamaiopili, vice-president; Mrs. Lilian Keaomalu, secretary; Mrs. Wahinekapu Kamahaku, assistant secretary; Mrs. J. H. S. Kaleo, treasurer; Mrs. H. Van Giesen, assistant treasurer; Mrs. Woolsey and Mrs. Mary Ann Maikai, assistant managers; Mrs. A. Maikai and Mrs. Johnson, standing committee; Mrs. Nakapaahu, special committee.

MRS. KAINANA PUAHI,

President Hui Holopa-u Maile Alii.

(Pacific Commercial Advertiser, 6/8/1906, p. 5)

A GREAT PARADE AND AN OLD-TIME LUAU

The Pacific Commercial Advertiser, Volume XLIII, Number 7436, Page 5. June 8, 1906.