This is an independent blog. Please note that I am nowhere near fluent, and that these are not translations, but merely works in progress. Please do comment if you come across misreads or anything else you think is important.
As against 1458 cases of influenza for March, there have been only 31 cases reported for the city this month, an average of a little over two cases a day. For this week, there were three cases on Saturday, none on Sunday, two on Monday, Continue reading →
John Kauwe of Hookena died of the “flu” the other day. This is one of the native Boys of Kona, and he was a great supporter in good deeds at the Church of Hookena. How sad for that beloved friend of ours.
We are happy to announce to the many friends of Senator Kamauoha; he is gradually getting better from that “flu,” and his strength is returning these days. This is good news which we are letting you know. Continue reading →
After a sickness of only a week, Samuel K. Pinao of Lota Lane, Kalihi, left this life, at three o’clock in the afternoon on this past Sunday, in the Pa Ola Hospital in Kapalama because of the flu. At 3:30 in the afternoon of this past Monday, his services were held in the mortuary of Mr. Williams on Nuuanu Street. Continue reading →
There were 41 more cases of the flu reported in town reported to the Board of Health until 4 in the afternoon on this past Sunday; that totals to 157 cases in the first seven days of February. In the month of January there were 88 cases and if the number of sick from the 1st of this month in Honolulu, the total is 245. Continue reading →
To the Editor of the Kuokoa Newspaper, Sol. Hanohano, Aloha oe:—Please allow me an open space of our favorite to place the story of the words above, so that our relatives, intimates, and friends may know about our three loved ones who have gone on the same path, and have left this life, and it is we, their parents who grieve on this side with pained hearts, distraught and sad with aloha and regret for our children. Continue reading →
In the past month of January, there were 163 cases of the flu reported to the Board of Health on Oahu: Honolulu, 88; from the ships which docked here, 62; from the country districts, 13. There were 19 who died in January of the flu and 26 of pneumonia. [??? In January, 32 people died of the flu and 16 from pneumonia.] Continue reading →
Small Pox [Mai Puupuu Liilii],
AT IRISH CREEK, CALIFORNIA.
On the 25th of April, was the day I arrived here, and Small Pox [Hebela] had spread amongst the people here. Four people were cured, and one person named Kipouno Mangsia died. And when I arrived, there were three sick at that time.
By the loving request of the people here, I felt pleased and my heart was happy to stay for awhile with them here. After staying here for one week, there were many sick; seven new cases, totaling ten. Continue reading →