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Kaahumanu Society commemorates King Kauikeaouli, 1924.

In Kawaiahao Church, on Sunday, the 16th of March, the Kaahumanu society will hold a commemoration for King Kauikeaouli, like the announcement that was printed in this paper, and all the members of the Kaahumanu  Societies are wanted to have a commemorative gathering of that type on their islands.

(Kuokoa, 3/6/1924, p. 1)

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Ka Nupepa Kuokoa, Buke LXIII, Helu 10, Aoao 1. Maraki 6, 1924.

Marriage of Christina Niualani Lee Loy and Frank M. Spencer, 1896.

Honored Marriage at Hilo.

On the 16th of March, at 7 o’clock in the evening,¬† joined together were Miss Christina Niualani Leeloy of the Lulehua Rain of Hilo with Frank M. Spencer, son of the Kipuupuu Rain of Waimea, with the golden rope of marriage. A large crown was made with the Hawaiian flag decorated with all sorts of fine flowers which was pleasant for the eye to see, and it was within there that they were married by Rev. Mr. Hill with honor. Willie Beckley and Miss Leeloy were the witnesses. The congregation was filled with distinguished and wealthy people of the land. The parents, Mister and Mrs. Kaihenui went and shook hands with the married ones, and after came the crowd with their gifts. On the 17th a wedding banquet was held with much joy. Continue reading