Death of Emily Hoyt Ballard Dole, 1844.

DEATH.

On the 27th of this past April, the wife of Mr. Dole, the teacher at the boarding school at Punahou. She had complication from childbirth; on Tuesday, she gave birth to a son, and on Saturday at one o’clock in the afternoon, the mother died. Continue reading

Marriage of Mikala Kamalimali, April 24, 1839.

Puawaina, May 6, 1839.

A MARRIAGE.

Hear me, O K. H. [Kumu Hawaii Newspaper]

I am telling you of something that I witnessed.

Mr. Sila* of the United States was married to a woman here in Honolulu; Mikala Kamalimali is the name of his wife, the daughter of Mamala; the 24th of April was when they were married, at the house of Bingham [Binamu], the pastor here in Honolulu. Continue reading

Mary Dominis arrives on this day in 1837…, 1887.

[Found under: “Kela me Keia”]

On this day, the 23rd, Mrs. Mary Dominis, mother of the Honorable John O. Dominis, has resided in Hawaii nei for 50 years. She arrived here in Hawaii on the 23 aboard the ship Jones which was navigated by her husband Captain J. O. Dominis, and she has not left these lands until this day.

(Kuokoa, 4/23/1887, p. 3)

Ka Nupepa Kuokoa, Buke XXVI, Helu 17, Aoao 3. Aperila 23, 1887.

On earth day, a mele for Kamehameha III attributed to Kamehameha II, 1866.

[Found under “No Kalani ‘Kauikeaouli Kamehameha III.'”]

O hanau ka Honua a mole ka honua,
O kokolo ke aa ka weli o ka honua,
O lani weli ka honua o lani Ii,
O holo pu ka mole o uina ke aa,
O hale Kaopulewa ka honua,
O Palinuu ka honua akea ka honua,
O honua ku o honua noho ka honua,
O honua lewa o honua paa ka honua,
Ka honua ilalo,—ilalo nuu ka honua,
O honua a “Kea,” na kea ka honua,
O honua a “Papa,” na Papa ka honua,
O ka hiapo honua a Papa i hanau,
Oia ho—i, o ka honu—a, hanau ka honua,
O ka honua la hoi auanei ko lalo nei la,
Owai la hoi auanei ko luna la?
Owai la, o ka po, aia—aia hoi ha,
“Pala kiohoa i ku ua ka pua koa,
Puai aweawe ula i ka laau,
I ena mai i ke aha kauka huna
I ku puupuu no i ke Kuahine,
Kahe koko koko iole ka ua i ke kula,
Mala ka ili mala wale o ka ilima,
I ka powa haalele ia e ka La,
He oki ua ka hau opu o Kalena,
Ku i ka hono o Lihue newa ka pua—e,
E aloha—e. Continue reading

Vital Statistics, 1913.

Napoleon Kalolii Pukui marries Mary Kawena Wiggin on 5/9/1913!

Because of the condition of the image, you will not be able to do a search on Papakilo and find Wiggin or Pukui that will point you to this article…

nupepa

MARRIAGES.

John K. Mailua to Mrs. Hattie K. Nahia, May 3.
Napoleon K. Pukui to Mary Abbie Wiggin, May 9.
Willie A. Macy to Caroline K. Spencer, May 10.
David Oneha to Anna More, May 13.

DEATHS.

William Kahilikolo Jr., on School Street, May 7.
Kealakai Kanoa, on Kunawai Lane, Mei ?.
Hanale Napuupahee, at Leahi Home, May 10.
A baby of Moses Keaupuni, on Mokauea Street, May 10.
Edward Malaihi Holi, at Queen’s Hospital, May 10.
Charles Hanapi, at Leahi Home, May 11.
Pilemena Kalimapehu, on South Street, May 11.
William Purdy, on Ilaniwai Street, May 12.
Momona Kanohokai, on Liliha Street, May 13.

[Check out the listing under Marriages; a name that should be familiar to one and all!]

(Kuokoa, 5/16/1913, p. 4)

NA MARE. / NA MAKE. Ka Nupepa Kuokoa, Buke LI, Helu 19, Aoao 4. Mei 16, 1913.

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Hawaiian Mission Academy, graduating class, 1924.

GRADUATING CLASS, 1924, HAWAIIAN MISSION ACADEMY

Back row, left to right—Clarence E. Stafford, class pres.; Jonah Kumalae Jr., treas.; T. Y. Yamamoto, Masuo Susukida. Continue reading