What a sweet obituary for Benjamin Kahoopai Kaiwiaea! 1906.

THE DEATH OF A VETERAN TEACHER

BENJAMIN KAHOOPAI KAIWIAEA FOR 23 YEARS IN THE SERVICE OF THE BOARD OF EDUCATION.

HANA, February 28.—After a short period of illness, Benjamin Kahoopai Kaiwiaea died at Haou School, Hana, Maui, at 11:30 p. m. February 24, 1906. He left behind a wife, a daughter, a brother and sister. He was born at Kipahulu, Maui, on August 7, 1858, his father and mother being Kaiwiaea and Miomioi. Continue reading

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Death of Royalist Leialoha Waiau, 1894.

TERRIBLY SAD.

In the dark hours of this past Monday, Oct. 8, the angel of death fetched the life breath of Royalist Leialoha Waiau, and took it away, and left behind dust to dust. Continue reading

Hawaiians in California, 1865.

[Found under: “HUNAHUNA MEA HOU O HAWAII NEI.”]

Letter from California.—We have a letter from California written by L. H. Kapua, talking about them being overcome by calamity at the river of Tuolumne. Three of them died: Miss Hana Keinonui, Aarona Kealaia, and J. Huli. Continue reading

Death of Mrs. Kalama Kaulahea, 1894.

Mrs. Kalama Kaulahea has Passed On.

She was born from Kaoao (m) and Kukona (f), at Iao, Wailuku, Maui, on March 17, 1853. In the month of February, 1855, she was taken as hanai by Kaholokula (m) and Keaka, her grandparents, at Hulaia, Hamakuapoko. In the year 1862, Continue reading

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 both he and his wife, who died 14 months ago, were intensely interested in all work for the poor. Continue reading