[Found under: “HUNAHUNA MEA HOU O HAWAII NEI.”]
Sailed for America:—When the ship the Comet sailed, it took some of our friends, they being Mr. E. O. Hall [Mika Holo] and his wife, and their children; the children of Dimond [Kaimana], and Ioane’s of Kauai, and Paris’ of Kona, and Lowell Smith [Lowela Kamika] and his wife and their daughters and son, and Alexander’s daughter; Linton L. Torbert [Hulipahu] and his wife and their children; William Jourdan [Uilama Makapuu], Stephen Spencer [Kipine], clerk in the government building, Archibald Cleghorn [Ake], and the children of Lorrin Andrews [Lorena Aneru], H. M. Whitney [H. M. Wini] and his children, and some other passengers [eepakeke].
[Hulipahu? Uilama Makapuu? Ake? If is important to know the various names people were called if you want to find as much historical information as you can.]
(Kuokoa, 4/6/1865, p. 2)