More on death of Louis Kauhi Poka, 1920.

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Molder Passes Away—A victim of pneumonia, Louis Kauhi Poka, of 639 Mokauea Road, Kalihi, Continue reading

Passing of Lui Kauhi Poka, 1920.

A BUNDLE OF TEARS FOR MY DEAR HUSBAND LUI KAUHI POKA.

Mr. Solomon Hanohano, Aloha oe:—Please kindly give me some space of our spokesman, for my bundle of tears placed above, so that the many friends and family of my dear husband who live from where the sun appears at Kumukahi to where it sets at Lehua. Auwe, how dreadful.

With heavy heart I write about my dear companion, my man; my dear husband left me in the purple morning of the 15th of March and the spirit of my beloved man passed on silently and left the heavy burden for me to carry in this dispiriting world. Continue reading

Ioane Ukeke competes against the Chinese, 1880

COMPETITION OF HAWAIIAN ENTERTAINMENTS

AND

Chinese Entertainments from China!

TO BE UNVEILED

THIS SATURDAY EVENING,

AT THE

CHINESE THEATER (HALE KEAKA PAKE).

IOANE UKEKE will put up Hawaiian Theatrics against the Chinese Thespians, and he will perform these mele with the intent he will prevail with those entertainments, they being the ones below:

Hula Paipu,
Hula Kalaau,
Hula Kui, Continue reading

Death of Gershom Kelekoma Waiau, 1920.

Rev. G. K. Waiau Passed On

On the 7th of the past April, our friend Rev. G. K. Waiau left this life and went on the path of no return.

He lived in Pauoa for a long time, and there he lived until he left his family and friends grieving for him.

Ke Alakai newspaper grieves with the family who is left without a father. Continue reading

History of Kawaiahao Church, 1885.

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KAWAIAHAO CHURCH

The readers of the Kuokoa will probably not be unable to recognize the features of the building pictured above; it is the church of Kawaiahao. It is an old building and one that is greatly beloved by a portion of our people, this mother church of ours. Its predecessor on these grounds was a church of pili grass; and the stone building was completed in 1842, constructed by the loving hands of the alii and makaainana of times gone by. It was Kekuanaoa and Bingham [Binamu] Sr. who selected the area where it was to be built and supervised its construction, however Bingham returned to America before the completion of this building.

There were many renowned events which were done in Kawaiahao such that it is as if the building was the place to carry out grand and fine deeds of the past, of the nation and the…

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