I hope they got their mamo feather lei back, 1862.


LET ALL PEOPLE KNOW, I call out to you all, but it is the specific person that is the one, for I found and have here in my hands a

Mamo Feather Lei,

Continue reading

Queen’s Hospital, 1860.

The Hospital.

It was said in the report of Dr. Hillebrand that was printed in the Polynesian, the number of sick treated in the hospital from the 1st of August, 1859 until now, is 1,354! 835men, 519 women. Of these people, 107 are inpatients; 76  men and 31 women. There were 12 who died, and over 4,000 doses of medicines were administered. The hospital is currently at full capacity. Continue reading