D. Kaiuokalani announces cure for leprosy, 1873.

ANNOUNCEMENT.

O Hawaii Ponoi Newspaper, aloha kaua. Please permit me to place my light parcel in an open space of your columns so that our friends may see, from the rising of the sun to the setting of the sun. Continue reading

D. Kaiuokalani says he can cure leprosy patients, 1873.

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Doctor for the leprosy patients.—D. Kaiuokalani of Leleo, Honolulu, presented a letter asking the Board of Health [Papa Ola] to permit him to go and treat the leprosy patients. Continue reading

More on William Hodges, 1862.

Attempt at Strangling.—We learn that on the 30th ult., at Wainiha, Kauai, a colored man, named William Hodges, narrowly escaped being strangled by having had a lasso put around his head, while asleep, by parties operating from outside the house, assisted by some one of the inmates. Investigation of the parties is now being held.

(Polynesian, 5/10/1862, p. 3)

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Polynesian, Volume XIX, Number 2, Page 3. May 10, 1862.