Death of Dr. Matthew Puahakoililanimanuia Makalua, 1929.

POPULAR DOCTOR’S DEATH. FOUNDER OF A.O.D. TINFOIL COT SCHEME. DR. MATTHEW MAKALUA. A popular and highly esteemed member of the medical profession, Dr. M. Makalua, M.R.C.S., L.R.C.P., died on Tuesday at 30, Warrior-square. He was noted for his philanthropy, and … Continue reading

Manuia Maunupau, old-time Kona fisherman, passes away, 1940.

Noted Isle Fisherman Who Taught Rulers, Will Be Buried Today MANUIA MAUNUPAU Manuia Maunupau Dies In Honolulu After Long Career On Kona Coast A famous old-time Hawaiian fisherman, one who taught Island royalty the art, will be laid to rest … Continue reading

Joseph Arthur Kamauoha, Matthew Puakahakoililanimanuia Makalua, and Abraham Charles Piianaia study abroad in England, 1883.

Hawaiian Boys Seeking Knowledge. Kamauoha Jr., Matthew Makalua, and Piianaia were sent to London for education, and we have received a number of joyous reports that will make all of Hawaii proud.

A mele inoa for Kuihewa, 1914.

HE MELE INOA NO KUIHEWA Eia Kuihewa Kalani Alii nui Ke kuahue o Halawalawa ka Io Ka pua kakoililani a Manuia Ka weolani na Kukaniloko—a Kani ku’ilua Hawea ka pahu alii Ku’i nakolokolo o ka Aumakua Kani oeoe kani omeku … Continue reading

Hattie Linohaupuaokekoolau Saffery Reinhardt, correspondent for Hamakua and Kohala, 1941.

Bits of News from Hamakua and Kohala Aloha nui kakou, readers of the Hoku o Hawaii and my fellow news writers from Maui, Kauai, the two Kona [North and South], and the Children of Kamehameha Schools. I’ve read the news … Continue reading

Detailed list of patients being examined at Kalawao, 1909.

THE PATIENTS OF MOLOKAI ARE EXAMINED. To the Editor of the Kuokoa, Aloha no: Please allow me some space on your deck along with the captain’s passengers travelling aboard your ship (newspaper) and it is for you and your sailors … Continue reading