SMALLPOX PATIENTS HEARD OF.
Feb 25—Keahilelepali (f); Kaaku (f), a Gilbertese [Kilipati] from the estate of Emma; Keakuku (m); Keeaumoku (f); Mokuhaahea (m), from Kikihale; Manuela (m), from the schooner Pauahi; Kaoeahana (m); Keawe (m); Ikalaela (m); Kiliona (m) from Kapuukolo; Ah Tang from the steamer Septima; Tito (m), Gilbertese from Union street; Kealoha (f) from the wharf of Smith [Kamika]. Total 13.
Feb 26—Kealoha (f), from Kaneohe; Nawailehua (m); Meeai (f); Kapulani (f); Kelia (f), from Kaumakapili; Laweoki (m), from the estate of Emma; Kaelemakula (m); Nohoaloha (f); Mohihio (m); Kahoukapu (f); Kekauhila (m); Iniha (m); Haloa (f); Kanaheleaumoku (m); Samuela, a boy; Kamaka, a girl; Momona (m); Kaihekaole (m); Kaohila (m); Kauhi (m); Kalua (f), Puuonioni; Aimoku (f), they are from Kikihale; James Beck (m), from the steamer Kapenaki; Uluihi (f); Pau (m); Nakuaau (f), from Leleo; Christensen, sailor from the steamer Septima; Kainanui (f), from the wharf of Smith. Total 29.
Feb 27—David Kai, a boy from Emma street; Silva, a Portuguese boy from Kapuukolo; Herring (m), from Union street; Hina (f), Kepohoni; Maria (f), Kauluwela; Pilipo (f), Ulakoheo; Kahalelaau (f), Puunui. Total 7.
Feb 28—Akao (m), from the steamer Meefoo; Welonika (f), Kamakela; Lucy Paona (f); Kalanialii (f), Kikihale; Kauahiku (f); Lutanela, a boy, Ulakoheo; Hing Ping, a Chinese boy, Nuuanu Street; Kapio (m), steamer Kapena Ki; Kualii (m), a boy, estate of Kaaione; Paaono, a very little boy; Enoka, a boy of 8 years; Mauiloa, a girl of 11 years, from Aala; Kealohapauole, a girl of 5 years; Amene (m), Kauanonoula; Elia (m); Kaaepa (m), Kapuukolo. Total 17.
Mar. 1—Poai (f), from Kaumakapili; Kahoopii (m), from Kaakopua; John Silva, a boy, 12 years, who died before he was taken, from Kapuukolo; Lapaha (f), from Ulakoheo; Mokuola (m), from Kapaakea; Kaele (m), from the schooner Jennie Walker; Poaikapa (m), and Annie (f), from Waialua. Total 8.
Mar. 2—Palulu (m); Luhilea, a boy; Laaukapu (f); Solomona, a boy; Keaweliilii (m); Kaaku (f) (Gilbertese), from Kikihale; Kamohai (m), from Kaumakapili; Muller (m) (a haole), from Waikiki. Total 8.
Mar. 3—Kepale (f), from Waimalu, Ewa; Hanaiole (and Kealoha (f)), from the estate of Queen Emma; Samuel Kaawa (m), and Joseph Perry (m), from Pauoa; Kuaana (f), from Kapuukolo; Edward Rogers (m), from Honokaupu. Total 6.
Feb. 25—Enoholani, a boy, 3 years old, Kikihale. Total 1.
Feb. 26—Nawailehua, a boy, 3 years old, died at his residence; Lauahi (m), Kaianui (m), died at Kamakela; Mokuhaaheo (m). Total 4.
Feb. 27—Polani (f), from Kikihale; Kahalelaau (f), died at her home.
Feb. 28—Kamaka, a boy; Kalua (f), from Kikihale; Yam Chow Foo, from the steamer Meefoo. Total 3.
Mar. 1—Makuahine (f), from Kaumakapili; [????]busa (m), a Gilbertese, from the ship Pauahi; Piipo (f); John Silva, a boy from Kapuukolo. Total 4.
Mar. 2—Kahooheno (f), Kikihale; Lutanela, a boy 12 years, Ulakoheo; Meeui (f), Kaumakapili; Kaaku (f), a Gilbertese from the estate of Emma; Akoni, a boy 12 years, from Nuuanu street, found dead. Total 5.
Mar. 3—Keoni (m), a soldier, Halekoa; Hakaleleponi, a girl 2 years. Laakapu (f), from Kikihale; Elia (m), Kapuukolo; Kauahiku (f), Ulakoheo; Moehonua, a boy, Rose Lane; Tito (m), a Gilbertese, Union street; Kualii (m); Kealohapauole, a boy 5 years; Kaku (f), a Gilbertese; Kaaumoku (f); Lucy Paona (f); Kauni (k). Total 13.
Jan 15—H. P. White.
Feb. 20—See Sum.
Feb. 26—G. Lucas Jr.; Eliza Lucas; Maikai (m); Akowana (m); Ioba (m); Ahiena (m); Hookano (m); Mahoe, a girl; Piimoku (f); Pua (m); Kepola (f); Kalanimea (f); Nakaa (f); Kini (f).
Feb. 27—Miss Saxton; James Veltman. Total 18.
Mar. 3—Wahinelili (f); Kamala (f); Puu (f); Makainui (m); Kahopu (f); Kapahi (f); Annie (f); Kakoo (f); Piimoku (f); Pu (f), from Waikiki; Kailikole (m); Waawaaiku (m); Kimo (m); Kaulukoa (m); Kekala (m), Kipa; Mahawela (f). Total 17.
Let us remember, readers, these are not only the ones who got sick and got well, and are released, there are helpers also, and people who are quarantined with the sick seaside of Koholaloa.
(Ko Hawaii Pae Aina, 3/5/1881, p. 2)