Joseph Liwai Kukahi retires from post office, 1924.

VETERAN POSTAL EMPLOYE HONORED BY HIS ASSOCIATES

Joseph Liwai Kukahi was a proud man yesterday when his fellow employes at the post office presented him with a handsome gold watch in token of his long service. Continue reading

Kumulipo, published by Joseph Liwai Kukahi, 1902.

A FINE MOOLELO BOOK

“KE KUMULIPO,” A HAWAIIAN MOOLELO TO BE PUBLISHED BY JOSEPH L. KUKAHI.

We received a Hawaiian moolelo book being published by our good friend, Joseph L. Kukahi. The name of this book is “Ke Kumulipo,” and it is an authentic Hawaiian moolelo book showing the different ideas about the birth of this archipelago. Within this book are a number of beautiful mele showing the thoughts of the ancient composers of mele of ours pertaining to the birth of the first man, the first woman, and the land upon which we live. Continue reading

Vital Statistics, 1/16/1920.

DEATHS.

Mabel Kama, on Ward Street, Jan. 6.
Kawaiaupuni Aki, on Mokauea and Kalani Streets, Jan. 6.
Ala Kiki, at Leahi Home, Jan. 6.
Gibson Kaloa, on Dowsett Street, Jan. 8.
Levi Nakea, at the corner of Prospect and Simerson Streets, Jan. 8.
Henry H. Paalua, on Pauoa Street, Jan. 9.
Kalani Naihe, on Prospect Street, Jan. 12.
David Kahai, on Waikahalulu Street, Jan. 12. Continue reading

Vital Statistics, 1/9/1920.

MARRIAGES.

John Ke. Jr. to Dorothy Apana, Dec. 20.
Samuel K. Keliiaa to Elizabeth Kauhi, Dec. 20.
Kalanui Wakinekona to Amy Awa, Dec. 31.
James E. Jarrett to Rose Johnson, Jan. 3.
David K. Kukahili to Ana Kaalokai, Jan. 3.
John Power to Mary Fairman, Jan. 4.
Robert S. Kuhns to Lily Smith, Jan. 4.
William Titcomb to Helen Goo, Jan 5. Continue reading