MR. KALUNA KAHANANUI HAS PASSED ON.
In the early morning of Thursday, at 5 o’clock, March 21, the angel of death dragged away the life breath of my dear friend, Mr. Kaluna Kahananui, at 84 years old, and his land of birth was Hana, Maui. Continue reading
LEFT FOR THE BEYOND.
Left for the other side was our younger sibling and our beloved mother. Our younger brother Stephen Kahele Kunukau left this life on the 15th of March 1896.
He was born of A. H. Kunukau and Kailaa Kunukau on the 19th of March 1877, at Kanaio, Hanuauia, Maui, and he lived until 18 years, 11 months, and 25 days, when he set aside his burdens for all times. Continue reading
REV. S. KAMAKAHIKI HAS PASSED
At the hour of 8 in the evening of the 7th of January, the loving hand of the Almighty took way the last breath of the Father Rev. S. Kamakahiki at his home in Keanae, Maui, Continue reading
[Found under: “NU HOU KULOKO: Maui.”]
Plucked by death.—We received news that on the 18th of March, at Keanae, Mrs. Maraea Pomaikai Kamakahiki left this life, and was taken by the cruel-handed messenger of death, in her old age living in this unfamiliar world. She was a Christian woman, and died as a good and proper servant for the Lord in which she had faith. Here is a short story about her. In the year 1855, the two of them left their land of birth and sailed to the small islands of Micronesia where they served as Missionaries for the Almighty, Continue reading
A PARCEL OF LOVING TEARS FOR MY DEAR HUSBAND LUI KAUHI POKA.
Mr. Solomon Hanohano, Aloha oe:—Please kindly allow me some room of our spokesman for my parcel of tears placed above, sothat the many friends and family of my dear husband, living from where the sun rises at Kumukahi to the setting of the sun at Lehua. Auwe, so dreadful. Continue reading
MRS. ALAPAI PAINAMU HAS PASSED.
O Mr. Editor of the Kuokoa Newspaper, insert the words of this letter placed above in an open space of your paper so that family and friends living from where the sun rises at Kumukahi all the way to the sun Snatching island of Lehua.
On the 14 of March, 1911, the Angel of death took the breath of my wife and left her earthly body, but it is He who giveth, He who taketh away, glory to the name of Jehovah Sabaoth. Continue reading
Calling those associated with Kahookano.
There was notice received from the Office of the Sheriff pertaining to the death of a man named Kahookano, on the 11th of March, 1891, taken by the sea from the schooner, “Equator,” at 31° north latitude, 180° west longitude. Continue reading