[Found under: “KELA A ME KEIA.”]
As One.—In the peaceful town of the Kanilehua Rain of Hilo, on the pleasant night of Thursday, the 17th past, bound and joined together as one in the holy covenant of marriage, by Father Rev. T. Coan, were the Hon. Joseph Nawahi and Miss Emma A. Aii, two buds of that verdure are they. We received the kind invitation to rejoice together at the occasion, but due to unforeseen circumstances, we could not fulfill that wish. Continue reading
[Found under: “NA NU HOU HAWAII.”]
At 6:30 in the evening of this past Thursday, in the town of Hilo, joined in the covenant of marriage by Rev. Titus Coan [Rev. T. Koana], were the Hon. Iosepa Nawahi and Miss Ema Aima Aii. Continue reading
Ke Aloha Aina
Established for the
Welfare of the People, and a Newspaper by the Hawaiian Lahui
EDWARD L. LIKE.
The following are the Officers of the Hui Nupepa Aloha Aina for this year until the time new Officers are newly installed.
EMMA A. NAWAHI, President Continue reading
SHE IS RETURNING
This coming Friday, the Matsonia will stop in Hilo nei, and aboard that Californian Steamship returns Mrs. Aima Nawahi and her family, after spending several months in the State of California. The readers of the Hoku have been blessed by the kindness of this Hawaiian Matriarch in sending some news of their travels in that famous State of California, and in this issue, some news of this travel is published. Continue reading