[Found under: “Halawai Makaainana”]
Within that spacious structure at Manamana, gathered together was a huge crowd because of a call out to all to an open meeting of the people on Monday night, December 28, 1891. Before the meeting time, there were songs performed by the Hawaiian band in honor of the meeting.
Here are the people who came that we recorded:
Hon. A. Rosa, J. L. Kaulukou, J. K. Kaulia, J. M. Poepoe, J. E. Poepoe, T. K. Nakanaela, W. C. Achi, J. Kalana, J. U. Kawainui, E. Johnson, I. D. Iaea, W. H. Kahumoku, J. A. Kahoonei, J. Kanui, S. K. Aki, J. B. Kuoha, Paulo Aea, J. Alapai, E. Naukana, J. Heleluhe, Rev. J. Waiamau, E. K. Lilikalani, S. L. Kawelo, S. K. Ka-ne, J. N. K. Keola, J. Nalua, D. M. Aea, G. L. Desha, Umauma, Mailolo, D. Malo, Haili, Lii, F. Meka, Napahuelua, C. Wilikoki, W. C. Wilikoki, A. Gilman, J. K. Kanepuu, A. Kaulia, Pamalo, G. W. Nawaakoa, M. Hopaili Kaauwai, A. S. Mahaulu, D. Nahoolewa, G. W. Kualaku, Pihimanamana, Kaiwiloa, J. Lane, J. Cook, T. Cook, L. Lane, J. Ailau, W. Rice, J. H. Barenaba, J. D. Holt, J. Wilcox, H. S. Swinton, R. N. Boyd, J. H. Coney, Keanu, J. Kaae, Keoni, J. Napoliona, Iona, D. Kawaa, Kamaliikane, C. Kalu, S. Hookano, S. Kauhane, W. Spencer, H. Meheula, M. Kolopana, J. M. Kaneakua, A. Palekaluhi, D. Uu, Halawale, D. Punini, J. T. Aluli, J. Kawewehi, S. M. Kaaukai, Writer from the Bulletin, D. K. Naone, W. Aylett, D. Moe, Mose Kaulua, Gomes, D. Spencer, Palikapu, Kakalia, Elona, J. Ellis, Kamana Ellis, Satana (Portuguese), S. Kaili, Solomon Hiram, Pio, Ioela, Beni, Kaaua, Kamanao, V. Keawe, J. Pawaa, J. Poohina, Iolea, D. Kau, Kaikana, Mekia Kealakai, Alika Kuahau, Toma (Portuguese), Banana, Lakalo, Aiu, D. Nawahi, Brown, Kauai, J. Haalou, E. Hart, N. Fernandez, S. Macy, W. P. Wood, M. Palau, J. Noble, Pilipo, J. Clark, Napua, F. J. Testa, E. Quinn, Keamalu, D. Kaapa, J. Kalaukoa, J. Rikikini, Palmer Woods, J. M. Vivas, J. M. Kealoha, E. Paikuli, S. W. Kaikuahine, T. R. Lucas, F. Keliinohopono and other who we did not get names for, natives of the younger generation, the haole, and the Portuguese, all numbering seven hundred.
At half past 7 o’clock in the evening, Mr. J. K. Kaulia led the activities, and Mr. A. Rosa was chosen as chairman and I. D. Iaea as secretary. Rev. J. Waiamau gave a prayer, thereafter J. L. Kaulukou was called to give the first speech.
[It is important to remember, different newspapers give different coverage of the same event.
The original newspaper from which this image was taken was probably torn, so much of the article cannot be read. Hopefully there are duplicates of this issue, so a clean image of the entire page can be made.]
(Kuokoa, 1/2/1892, p. 2)