Death of Eliza Kahele Holt, 1920.


The sad news reaches us of the death of Mrs. C. J. Holt of Nawiliwili. She had been sick only a few days. The dread disease had under-mined a fine constitution very speedily. Interment takes place to-day from the Lihue Hawaiian church. Continue reading


Another death announcement for Hiram Palohau Kahele, 1920.

Honolulu’s Hunter of Sharks Is Dead

Hiram P. Kahele, known to many as “Buck” Kahele, died at 9:45 o’clock yesterday morning at his home, 10 Dewey Court, Waikiki, after a week’s illness. Kahele was a victim of broncho-pneumonia, following influenza. Continue reading

Death of Clive Kalani Peter, aka Kalani Peters, 1920.


Prof. Kalani Peter, former leader of the Hawaiian band, who died last night after a short illness.


Prof. Kalani Peter, former leader of Hawaiian band, died of influenza early last night at his home, 186 South Beretania street near Emma, after an illness of three days. Surviving him are his widow, Mrs. Elizabeth Peter; a mother, Mrs. Kahoiwa Peter; a brother, Henry Peter of the territorial land office, and an uncle, Rev. Samuel K. Kamaiopili. Continue reading

Not in our neighborhood, 1920.


In a petition signed by 192 citizens residing near to the Pa Ola Hospital [Halema’i Pa Ola] in Kapalama, which was put before the board of supervisors [papa lunakiai] at the meeting this past Tuesday; made clear in the petition was that the Pa Ola Hospital had become something which threatens their lives, and they asked that the hospital be moved elsewhere. The petition was read and placed in the hands of the committee of that board, while asking that the committee meet with the board of health without delay. Continue reading

Vital Statistics, 2/27/1920.


To George Kaeha and Alice Kalawe, a son, Feb. 1.
To C. C. Sing Loy and Mary Kahai, a daughter, Feb. 14.
To Jim Moses and Kapela Kama, a son, Feb. 14.
To William A. Akerman and Vitoria H. Meyer, a daughter, Feb. 15.
To William Kaholi and Rose Castino, a son, Feb. 15.
To B. U. Karrati and Kealoha A. Blake, a daughter, Feb. 16.
To Abner Chang and Clara Fairman, a son, Feb. 16.
To Charles Rutkowski and Lucy Palaimo, a daughter, Feb. 17.
To George H. Miranda and Rose Trask, a daughter, Feb. 18.
To Thomas Mason and Hattie Maroi, a son, Feb. 18.
To Lino K. Keahi and Lily Bush, a son, Feb. 18.
To Moses Adams and Annie Wahinekapu, a daughter, Feb. 19.
To Solomon Mahoe and Tiller Awa, a daughter, Feb. 19.
To Rodney K. Burgess and Emily P. Hulihee, a son, Oct. 20, 1919.
To C. K. Kahai and Madeline Keahi, a son, Feb. 22.
To E. H. Burtell and Helen Kidder, a daughter, Feb. 23.
To Joe Makua and Mary Kakina, a son, Feb. 24. Continue reading

We complain today? Kalaupapa, Waikolu, and Kalawao set aside, 1873.

Official Notifications.

Notice is hereby given, that from and after this date the Lands of Kalaupapa, Waikolu, and Kalauao, on the windward side of the Island of Molokai, set apart by the Board of Health for the isolation of Lepers, are strictly tabu, and all vessels are prohibited from touching or landing at either of them, except by special permission of the Board. Public attention is hereby called to Section 5 (A) of Chapter XXXIII of the Laws of 1870, to wit: Continue reading

More from D. W. Aiwohi on Kahakaaulana, 1881.

[Found under: “NUHOU KULOKO.”]

From what was reported by D. W. Aiwohi to us in his letter, there are only 4 smallpox [hepela] patients living at Kahakaaulana; if this is added to those who are quarantined, there are 40 or more people. The good works of the Government continues in making providing for their livelihood.

(Kuokoa, 8/6/1881, p. 3)

Ka Nupepa Kuokoa, Buke XX, Helu 32, Aoao 3. Augate 6, 1881.