Vital Statistics, 6/11/1920.

MARRIAGES.

James W. Walker to Lizzie Turner, May 29.
John Atkins to Elsie Deering, May 29.
Lew Chong to Matilda Thompson, June 1.
Lee Pong Hak to Cecilia Parmenter, June 1.
Herman Kamoku to Lydia Kekoowai, June 2.
Richard Swan to Adeline Sheldon Kaniakea, June 2.
James N. Mattson to Inez S. Rosehill, June 3.
James A. Sanders to Helen Kea, June 4.
James S. Chong to Rachel Hiapo, June 5. Continue reading

Another death announcement for Elizabeth Kahele Holt, 1920.

MRS. CHRIS J. HOLT

Mrs. Elizabeth Kahele Holt, wife of Chris J. Holt, formerly of this city, died in Lihue Hospital, Kauai, last Tuesday from influenza and was buried in the Lihue cemetery. Continue reading

Death of Eliza Kahele Holt, 1920.

DEATH OF MRS. C. J. HOLT

The sad news reaches us of the death of Mrs. C. J. Holt of Nawiliwili. She had been sick only a few days. The dread disease had under-mined a fine constitution very speedily. Interment takes place to-day from the Lihue Hawaiian church. Continue reading

Another death announcement for Hiram Palohau Kahele, 1920.

Honolulu’s Hunter of Sharks Is Dead

Hiram P. Kahele, known to many as “Buck” Kahele, died at 9:45 o’clock yesterday morning at his home, 10 Dewey Court, Waikiki, after a week’s illness. Kahele was a victim of broncho-pneumonia, following influenza. Continue reading

Hiram Kahele and shark fishing, 1915.

LARGE SHARK CAUGHT OUTSIDE THE HARBOR

On Tuesday last week, a large shark was caught right outside the harbor, by some malihini world traveller, along with some Hawaiian boys who went with them on a tugboat [??? waapa hukihuki].

These people left the Young Brothers [Hoahanau Young] boathouse while trolling with a dead horse which was supplied by the electric car company. Continue reading

Death of Hiram Palohau Kahele, 1920.

A REMINISCENCE FOR HIRAM PALOHAU KAHELE, MY DEAR SON.

HIRAM KAHELE.

Mr. Solomon Hanohano, Greetings:—Please allow me some room for this bundle of sadness for much child who has left me. My dear Hailama passed, and after him followed my dear Eliza, his sister, on that same trail. Continue reading