Alas for the Hawaiian Sailors.
This past Thursday, a Whaling Ship came in, with some men from the ships that were captured by the ship Shenandoah [Kenadoa]. It brought the victims of the ships which were burned. They were 52 in total, and four of them were taken to the Hospital. These are their names:—Kaloheole, Kekaawe, Mataio, and Kanalulu. We hear that they were assembled at the Customhouse [hale hana o ke Dute Awa], and they were given with aloha a sum of money by the Government to assist them. They did not copy those who became pirates, but they thought of themselves in the name of the Hawaiian Government.
(Kuokoa, 8/12/1865, p. 2)