Hoapili and Kiliwehi in New Zealand, 1866.

VISIT TO THE MAORI KING MATUTAERA.

The correspondent of the Southern Cross at Waiuku sends the  following description of a visit recently paid by him to the quarters of the Maori king Matutaera, in company with two visitors from the Sandwich Islands:— Continue reading

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Hui Aloha Aina o Kalawao me Kalaupapa, 1898.

[Found under: “LOKAHI IO NO KA LAHUI.”]*

Kalaupapa, Mar. 4, 1898.

Miss Lucy Peabody,
Treasurer for the Funds of the Hawaiian Delegates.

Honolulu,

Aloha oe,

We are sending by your hand thirty dollars ($30.00). That being $25.00 from the Patriotic League of Kalawao and Kalaupapa, and a $5.00 gift from the Angel Society, “Hui Anela” of Kalaupapa, with hopes that the sum reaches your hand in entirety. Continue reading

Donation from the Patriotic League of Kalaupapa, 1898.

ASSISTANCE FOR THE DELEGATES.

The Treasurer of the Delegates’ Funds, Miss Lucy Peabody, received from the Head Secretary of the Patriotic League [Ahahui Aloha Aina] of the Hawaiian Archipelago, fifteen dollars ($15.00) from the Patriotic League of Kalaupapa, Molokai.

[Even fifteen dollars was a great sum of money during those days.]

(Aloha Aina, 2/26/1898, p. 5)

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Ke Aloha Aina, Buke IV, Helu 9, Aoao 5. Feberuari 26, 1898.

Aloha Aina! 1898.

ALOHA FOR REMEMBERING.

Yes, our hearts are awed and deeply moved seeing the beloved assistance of the patients of Kalaupapa for the Delegates of the lahui. This is a great gift for us for it arrived like manna from heaven; the little amount that they sent is far greater than the thousands and hundreds from those who are prosperous.  For their living is not in luxury, nor in joy, but in constant grief, sorrow, and anguish. And as there was encouragement to all Patriots urging them to give assistance to our Delegates, a feeling of excitement awoke in the minds of these frail ones to give aloha to their fellow men who are tirelessly working in the fury of Washington for the rights of the land, the people, and the monarchy of Hawaii. Continue reading

Dr. Kaumu Hanchett graduates from medical school in Boston, 1916.

[Found under: “Nuhou Kuloko.”]

Do not forget to look at the other column in our paper where you will see information about Dr. Kaumu Hanchett graduating from medical school in Boston. He will open a medical office for himself soon on Alakea Street. Go see for yourself; he is a true Hawaiian born on Kauai. Go! Go all of you!

(Aloha Aina, 12/22/1916, p. 4)

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Ke Aloha Aina, Buke XXII, Helu 10, Aoao 4. Dekemaba 22, 1916.

Joseph Arthur Kamauoha dies in Torquay, England, 1886.

[Found under: “NU HOU HAWAII.”]

Died at Torquay, Devonshire, England, on the 26th of March, was J. A. Kamauoha, one of the Hawaiian boys sent to foreign lands in 1882 to broaden their knowledge of the ways of life. We made known recently of the death of the daughters of Widemann [Widemana] in Germany, and James K. Booth in Italy, and J. A. Kamauoha in England, and the return of Hugo Kawelo from England because the Hawaiian body cannot put up with the numbingly cold air of Europe.

[Alice Kaiona Widemann dies in Bremen Germany on 9/23/1881, and Mary Kaumana Widemann dies 1/18/1882.]

(Ko Hawaii Paeaina, 5/1/1886, p. 3)

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Ko Hawaii Paeaina, Buke IX, Helu 435, Aoao 3. Mei 1, 1886.