I just googled Maikunu Ulii, and found this record from the National Park Service!
[They had an admittance date for him, but now with this information, they have a death date as well! Keoni Maikunu Ulii.]
The grandchild of Mr. Ulii of Puueo, child of Manoa Ulii, Continue reading
Judge Barnard [Lunakanawai Banada] formerly of Laupahoehoe died in the City of Berkley. He was a kamaaina of this Island, and to him belongs the Stores standing in the famous valley of Laupahoehoe. It was a long time since he moved to that place where he lived last.
(Hoku o Hawaii, 1/16/1919, p. 3)
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE Co-partnership heretofore existing between Afong & Achuck, under that firm name and style, limited by the articles of Co-partnership Continue reading
The Montreal, from Boston, arrived off our harbor on Sunday last, at day break.—Her ensign was noticed to be half-mast, and various conjectures began to circulate through the town, when William Richards, Esq., H.H.M.’s Commissioner to the U. States and Europe, whose arrival has been so long and anxiously awaited, landed and proceeded directly to the palace, where he immediately made known to their Majesties the melancholy news of the death of his fellow Commissioner, Mr. T. Haalilio, who died at sea on the 3d Dec. ult. Continue reading
The Census Taker of those who died from “mai puupuu liilii” [smallpox] in Ewa and in Waianae announced thus: The number of deaths here in Ewa are 1,214. Continue reading
On Thursday of last week, perhaps half an hour after his brother-in-law arrived in Napoopoo, the life of Wiliama Kamauoha Kekumano wore out, and at only 45 years old. Continue reading