Vital Statistics, 9/10/1870.

BIRTHS.

June 23, at Auwaiolimu, Honolulu, bloomed and finely formed was a new blossom named, Liwai K. [????] (m).
Apr. 7, at Kawailoa, Waialua, born was Haalilo (m), to Haalilo and Kauhikane.
May 30, at the same location, born was Loheakawai (f), to W. B. Kaiolohia and Keakea.
June, at the same location, born was Kahooluhiluhi (f), to S. Kahulupue and Kalike.
July 27, at Honokaa, Hamakua, Hawaii, born was Keoki Kupa (m), to Kekuawela and Kanakaole.
Aug. 2, at the same location, born was Ana (f), to Kamelamela and Dina.
Aug. 14, at Hanamaulu, Kauai, born was Hinaia Makua (f), to S. Kekahuna and Keokeo. Continue reading

Vital Statistics, 8/6/1870.

MARRIAGES.

Apr. 17, at Waialua, Oahu, married by Rev. J. N. Paikuli, were [??????] and [??????].
May 24, at the same location, married by Mr. Paikuli, were [???????] (m) from Maui, and [???????] (f) from [??????].
May 29, at the same location, married by Mr. Parker, were [??????] (m), and [??????] (f).
July 2, at Honokohau, Maui, married by Rev. [?????], were [?????] and [?????] (f).
July 1, at Waimea, Hawaii, married by Rev. L. Laiana [Rev. L. Lyons], were Alai Chinese, and [????] Kalawaia (f).
June, at Waikiki Kai, married by Rev. H. H. Pareka [Rev. H. H. Parker], were [?????] (m) and [?????] (f).
July 7, at the same location, married by Mr. Parker, were [????] (m), and Kahananui (f). Continue reading