Vital Statistics, 1913.

MARRIAGES.

Clement Moses to Kaleionamakeha Hoopai, Aug. 23.
Charles Kaili to Eliza Pedro, Aug. 26.
James W. Kapela to Mrs. Lida Kealohaohana, Aug. 26.
Ah Chen [?] to Mary Kalilikane, Aug. 27.

BIRTHS.

To David Trask and Annie Hiram, a son, Aug. 10.
To Nameless and Lizzie Galbraith, a son, Aug. 11.
To Edward B. Taylor and Hannah Kolomoku, a son, Aug. 21.
To Jacob Watson and Emma Apana, a daughter, Aug. 29.
To Frank Clark and Katherine Silva, a son, Aug. 30.
To A. G. Hottendorf and Minnie Kamman, a daughter, Aug. 30.
To Joseph Anoholani and Elizabeth Kauakanilehua, a daughter, Sep. 1.
To Kung Tong and Halemanu Keawe, a son, Sept. 2.

DEATHS.

Margaret Kaiama, on King Street, Aug. 30.
Nuni Nupepa, at Queen’s Hospital, Aug. 31.
A baby of Mrs. A. G. Hottendorf, Aug. 31.
Sam M. Kaapuni, on Frog Lane, Sept. 1.
Nipuu Cameron, on Peter High Street, Sept. 1.
Mrs. Sarah Mossman, on Beritania Street, Sept. 1.
A baby of Joseph Anoholani, on Liliha Street, Sept. 1.

[The digital image for this is just one of many Vital Statistics Columns that is very hard to make out… How are you going to make genealogical connections if you can’t make out names and dates? Even using the microfilms i could not make out for sure the last marriage announcement. The newspapers need to be rescanned as clearly as possible as soon as possible!]

(Kuokoa, 9/5/1913, p. 4)

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Ka Nupepa Kuokoa, Buke LI, Helu 35, Aoao 4. Sepatemaba 5, 1913.

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Vital Statistics, 1913.

MARRIAGES.

Eugene J. Mioi to Mary Eli Crawford, Sept. 6.
C. K. Spencer to Camilla Duchalsky, Sept. 6.

BIRTHS.

To Vincent M. Rapper and Esther, a son, Sept. 5.

DEATHS.

A baby of Joseph Auoholani on Liliha Street, Sept. 1.
A baby of Kong Loy, on River Street, Sept. 2.
Hoomana Paeaina, at the Insane Asylum, Sept. 3.
Dorothy Parker, on Pua Lane, Sept. 6.
A baby of Daniel Smith, in Honolulu, Sept. 7.
Keoki Koia, at the Kalihi Hospital, Sept. 7.

(Kuokoa, 9/12/1913, p. 4)

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Ka Nupepa Kuokoa, Buke LI, Helu 36, Aoao 4. Sepatemaba 12, 1913.

Birth announcement outside of the vital statistics column, 1913.

A ROSE BUD HAS BLOSSOMED IN A FOREIGN LAND.

When the steamship arrived last Tuesday, joyous news was received by Mr. Pahu, the birth father of Mr. S. K. Pahu who lives in Manila, about the blessing of their garden with the birth of a well-developed girl, on the 21st of this past month, August. The child is healthy, and so too are the parents.

The name of the newborn was soon called Muriel Evelyn Pahu; and the old man has become a grandfather! It is the prayer of the Kuokoa that the child lives long, and that her days be accompanied by many blessings!

(Kuokoa, 9/19/1913, p. 1)

HE OPUU ROSE UA MOHALA MA KA AINA MALIHINI.

Ka Nupepa Kuokoa, Buke LI, Helu 37, Aoao 1. Sepatemaba 19, 1913.

Vital Statistics, 2013.

MARRIAGES.

Charles Lum King to Eliza Lapahu Kaui, Sept. 6.
Albert Kalama to Hannah Kakina, Sept. 6.
Charles L. Hook to Maria Annie Aki, Sept. 6.

BIRTHS.

To Charles Aina and Sarah Keaupuni, a son, Sept. 4.
To Antone Joseph and Mary Kelekoli, a son, Sept. 9.
To Jeremiah Kaholua and Julia Lono, a son, Sept. 11.
To William Hoopai and Agnes K. Haili, a son, Sept. 11.
To Ikuwa J. Hopu and Phoebe Paku, a daughter, Sept. 16.

DEATHS.

Keoki Koia, at the Kalihi Hospital, Sept. 7.
Poai Leialoha, at the Japanese hospital, Sept. 10.
Sam Kanahele, at Queen’s Hospital, Sept. 11.
Albert A. Abbey, at Leahi Home, Sept. 11.
David Kukuipua, on Kamehameha IV Road, Sept. 11.
David Kanahele, on School Street, Sept. 10.
Baby Brown, at the Children’s Hospital, Sept. 12.
George Punahele, on Nuuanu Avenue, Sept. 14.
Hope, at Queen’s Hospital, Sept. 14.
Young Kong Kau, on Frog Lane, Sept. 15.

(Kuokoa, 9/19/1913, p. 4)

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Ka Nupepa Kuokoa, Buke LI, Helu 37, Aoao 4. Sepatemaba 19, 1913.

Child of Robert Waipa Parker born, 1889.

At 7:30 in the evening of this Sabbath at Hauhaukoi, Honolulu nei, born to the wife of Lieutenant Robert Waipa Parker, was a plump boy. The child was named Kawiwoole, because of the steadfastness of his father not to surrender the Palace on the day of the overthrow of the government [hookahuli aupuni] which R. W. Wilcox lazily dreamt up and was thwarted.

(Ko Hawaii Pae Aina, 8/10/1889, p. 1)

I ka hora 7:30 ahiahi...

Ko Hawaii Pae Aina, Buke XII, Helu 32, Aoao 1. Augate 10, 1889.

Vital Statistics, 1913.

MARRIAGES.

Abraham Kapoowai to Laura Kaapa, March 12.
Joseph Kaleohano to Elizabeth Kaakau, March 25.
Joseph Kuahine to Edna Moa, Apr. 11.
Charles Sing Loy to Mary Kahai, Apr. 12.

BIRTHS.

To D. M. Lonohiwa and Violet Holoholokulani, a daughter, Apr. 1.
To Abe Werner and Mary Kapua, a daughter, Apr. 5.
To Charles Kalua and Hana Kealoha, a son, Apr. 1.
To Sam Kauka and Hattie, a daughter, Apr. 8.
To Wong Hung and Elizabeth Gabriela, a daughter, Apr. 9.
To W. Osaki and Lydia West, a daughter, Apr. 10.
To Sam Kalama and Emily Hatton, a son, Apr. 11.
To Stephen Gumpher and Ellen K. Tripp, a daughter, Apr. 12.
To George Mossman and Rebecca Kainapau, a son, Apr. 13.
To Ed. Chang Akai and Beke Kaonohi, a son, Apr. 13.
To Joe Kaaea and Mary Hipuu, a son, Apr. 14.
To James Kaopua and Emilia K. Anina, a daughter, Apr. 14.
To R. N. Mossman and Wilhelmina Nieper, a son, Apr. 14.
To F. Scharsch and Kina Akana, a son, Apr. 14.
To Likelio and Kakalina Makakoa, a son, Apr. 15.
To W. Kekoa and Apia Nohua, a son, Apr. 16.
To Moike and Lilia U-a, a daughter, Apr. 18.
To Arthur Hussey and Lydia Lambere, a son, Apr. 19.
To Joseph Mahoe and Elizabeth Mahoe, a daughter, Apr. 18.
To George Ah Nee Kekoa and Lily Adams, a daughter, Apr. 20.
To Joseph K. Keliikoa and Hannah Komomua, a daughter, Apr. 19.
To Gershom Waiau and Adeline Baker, a son, Apr. 23.

DEATHS.

Kaiewe, on Waikahalulu Lane, Apr. 15.
Annie Moses He-u, at Leahi Home, Apr. 17.
Kelikolio, on Gulick Street, Apr. 17.
Mary Ellen K. Nakea, on Insane Asylum Road, Apr. 18.
Mrs. Luika Mahuka, at Ewa, Apr. 18.
William Cullen, on Rose Street, Apr. 18.
A baby of Joseph Mahoe, on Jack Lane, Apr. 19.
John Boki, at the Insane Asylum, Apr. 19.
Mrs. Mahawela Karratti, on Pensacola Street, Apr. 21.
Kalani Manaku, on Sheridan Street, Apr. 21.
S. W. Kawaa, on Palolo Street, Apr. 22.
Peke Kekaula, on Kukui Lane, Apr. 23.

[The image below on the left is taken from the digital images online. As you have heard me say many a time, the current digital images are often not legible. While this column is not bad overall, there were a number of names that I could not make out for sure. The image on the right is from the microfilms. The microfilm images are always clearer than the digital images. And luckily,  I was able to figure out the remaining information here.

The microfilms for now are the next clearest thing to the originals, and should not be dismissed or overlooked when doing research just because we have easily accessed digital images. If you cannot make out words from the online digital images, go to the microfilms always. Only if the microfilms are also illegible and you really need the information, only then would I suggest checking the originals.

My ultimate hope is that the originals will be rescanned clearly someday soon so that we will no longer need to handle them and they can be preserved for the future. The more they are flipped through and handled, the more damaged they get…]

(Kuokoa, 4/25/1913, p. 4)

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Ka Nupepa Kuokoa, Buke LI, Helu 16, Aoao 4. Aperila 25, 1913.

Vital Statistics, 1913.

MARRIAGES.

John P. Keala to Margaret Kapehe, April 2.
Joseph Kuahine to Edna Moa, April 11.
James Marsh to Helen Kini, April 12.

BIRTHS.

To Sam Kalama and Emily Hatton, a son, April 11.
To Abraham Kamaalea and H. Thomas, a daughter, April 12.

DEATHS.

Samuel Hanapi, on 8th Avenue, Kaimuki, April 12.
Edwin Apa [? Edwin Aoa ? Edwin Ana], in Iwilei, April 12.
Solomon Williams, on Kukui Street, April 13.
Daniel Kuinae, on Smith Street, April 13.
Lukela Kauakahi, on Christiev Lane, April 13.
Willie Conley, at the children’s hospital, April 13.
Joseph Keawe, at Lunalilo Home, April 14.
Kaiewe, on Waikahalulu Lane, April 15.

(Kuokoa, 4/18/1913, p. 4)

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Ka Nupepa Kuokoa, Buke LI, Helu 15, Aoao 4. Aperila 18, 1913.