James Pauahi Alohikea and the alalaua, 1917.

J. P. ALOHIKEA MEETS HIS DEATH In common with a good many other Hawaiians, J. P. Alohikea, the well known harness maker and upholsterer of Lihue, went down to the shore Thursday evening to fish for ala-lau’a. An experienced fisherman … Continue reading

Makalei Cave, North Kona, Hawaii, 1924.

ENJOYMENT OF TIME DESCRIPTION OF MAKALEI This is a cave to the south of the hill of Akahipuu, and it was there that a man named Ko’amokumoku-o-hueia [Ko’amokumokuoheeia] lived, who came from Koolau and settled here, living as a newcomer. … Continue reading