J. K. MOKUMAIA AND HIS GRANDDAUGHTER. This is Mr. J. K. Mokumaia and his granddaughter, Clara Likolani Williams; on this past 8th of this month he has been inhaling the breath of life in this world for 49 years,
POI LUNCHEON GIVEN—J. K. Mokumaia was host recently at a poi luncheon at his home in Moanalua in honor of Mrs. Julia Cody Goodman, sister of the late Col. William F. Cody (Buffalo Bill). Front row, seated, Mrs. Walter Goodman, … Continue reading
Mrs. Mokumaia Will Retire After 35 Years as Teacher By MAY DAY LO Mrs. Clara M. Mokumaia, principal of Kaloaloa school, was busy checking upon details for a Boy Scouts’ party when we found her for an interview. The sandwiches … Continue reading
“TWO-GUN” MOKUMAIA, HAWAIIAN GUARD, DEAD Toured U. S. and Europe as Cowboy and Crack Shot With Buffalo Bill’s Show. “Two-Gun” Mokumaia, a picturesque character of Honolulu, is dead. He was widely known in Hawaii, and during the last few years, … Continue reading
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JOHN K. MOKUMAIA CANDIDATE FOR REPRESENTATIVE on the DEMOCRATIC BALLOT, Fifth District, for the Vote for Candidate.
[From: “MOANALUA I KELA AU A O MOANALUA I KEIA AU.”] O Moanalua haki ke au, I Kahauiki hemo ka umoki I ke kula loa hoi o Kalihi, I Kaiwiula kikiipau, Kapalama lo’i laiki, I Keoneula malu ke kiawe, Leleo … Continue reading
One of the reasons i posted the return of the ahuula article is because it reminded me of another post just put up—Moanalua, then and now. 1922. In the image of the Palace Guards from the day of the return … Continue reading
Following an illness, Mrs. Maggie Kapoina Dandridge, the mother of Mrs. J. K. Mokumaia, grew weary of this life in the morning of this past Tuesday at the age of 77. (Kuokoa, 10/28/1926, p. 5)
BUFFALO BILL’S SISTER TO BE HONORED HERE Honoring Mrs. Julia Cody Goodman, sister of the late William F. Cody (Buffalo Bill), a program of Hawaiian dances, songs and ceremonies, is being given this afternoon at the home of W. F. … Continue reading