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Born in Kohala, Hawaii, July 19, 1869. Educated at Waimea, Hawaii, with Eben Low and the children of Notley; at Lahainaluna for a number of years; at the School of Bishop in Honolulu for some years, at the Boarding School of Hilo and he graduated there in 1886. He was at Kamehameha for two years, and at Oberlin College [Kula o Obelina] for three years and he graduated. He was imprisoned in 1895, and released in 1896. Continue reading →
Hiolo na wai a ka opua Hanini ka ua i Mana Hanini na Pola a ke Koae Hanini Puuwaawaa i ka uka o Puako, O ke ko paha ia o ka’u moe Ua ike au ia Kalanamaihiki Hiki mai la no au e ke aloha—e, O ke aloha wale no ka’u i puolo mai la.
I hookahi kahi ke aloha I hookahi kahi ka manao E koho ia Kahiliaulani
John Manu to Louisa Kaluhiokalani, June 26. John W. Anderson to Emma Maeole, June 30. Apolonis De Masonsa to Mrs. Mary Fernandez, July 1. George J. Needham to Piilani Knight, July 3. William P. Ah Let to Elizabeth Anoholani, July 3. Continue reading →
Joseph Y. Jordan to Pauline Gonsalves, June 19. Henry Alina to Annie Ho Chow, June 20. David Kukailani to Esther Nahinu, June 21. Manuel Nicholas to Annie Keliikuli, June 22. Edward Hao to Annie Kanoa, June 24. William Wright to Margaret H. Aea, June 26. Harrie K. Chan to Severina Holt, June 26. John Ulama to Louisa Kaluhiokalani, June 26. Continue reading →