Death of Hiram Palohau Kahele, 1920.

A REMINISCENCE FOR HIRAM PALOHAU KAHELE, MY DEAR SON.

HIRAM KAHELE.

Mr. Solomon Hanohano, Greetings:—Please allow me some room for this bundle of sadness for much child who has left me. My dear Hailama passed, and after him followed my dear Eliza, his sister, on that same trail. Continue reading

Makua Kelemenete passes on, 1909.

FATHER CLEMENT ANSWERED HIS LAST CALL YESTERDAY

THE LATE FATHER CLEMENT.

Father Clement, for many years a familiar and much-loved figure in Honolulu, passed away early yesterday morning at the Catholic Mission. He has been in failing health for some…

(PCA, 6/11/1909, p. 1)

The Pacific Commercial Advertiser, Volume XLIX, Number 8374, Page 1. June 11, 1909.

…time past, yesterday succumbing to old age. Hundreds will miss his bent, kindly form, Continue reading

Death of Rosie Antonio Richards, 1920.

ROSIE ANTONIO RICHARDS HAS PASSED ON.

MRS. ROSE RICHARDS.

To the Editor of the Kuokoa Newspaper, aloha kaua:—Please place my bundle of tears in an open space of the pride of the lahui, that being this placed here above, and may the newspaper carry it to the four corners of our archipelago and report that Mrs. Rosie A. Richards (Loke Likeke) of Kalihi, Honolulu, my dear, my companion of this dispiriting life has gone to sleep the eternal sleep, and our loving bond has been undone, and she has left me along with our children [neck lei], along with the many friends and intimates, remembering her with tears, with great regret, for she was a gracious and generous mother, and full of aloha for her family and friends, and for her goodness to all; she was greatly beloved by everyone who met with her, and a woman of her good nature is very rare. Continue reading

Death of Colonel Sam Parker, 1920.

SAMUEL PARKER DEPARTS FROM THIS LIFE

Death is Victorious Over Him, Following a Long Sickness

HIS BODY RETURNED TO WAILUA IN MANA, HAWAII

Escorted by his Grandchild David Kalakaua Kawananakoa and His Family

After suffering from a stroke some years ago, Colonel Samuel Parker grew weary of this life, on the night of last Friday, at his home outside of Waikiki, and his body was returned aboard the Mauna Kea of this past Wednesday to be laid to rest in his family cemetery at Mana, Waimea, Hawaii.

When he passed on, he was 66 years old, 10 months and 12 days. Continue reading

Clive Kalani Peter, composer and new leader of Royal Hawaiian Band, 1915.

New Leader of Band Has Written Songs of Hawaii

Peter Kalani, recently appointed leader of the Hawaiian Band to succeed Capt. Henri Berger, has been interested in music since a small boy. Mr. Kalani was born in Honolulu 38 years ago, and as soon as he became strong enough began twanging the strings of the ukulele and the taro-patch. Continue reading

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

LAYS ASIDE BATON

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

FORMER HAWAIIAN BAND LEADER VICTIM OF FLU

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

Pa Ola Day Camp

WHERE CONSUMPTIVES ARE AIDED

“Pa Ola Day Camp,” opened about a year ago near the new Kaumakapili church, is doing a valuable share of the work in the local anti-tuberculosis campaign. The bungalow, shown above, is used for housing cases sent by local physicians or by the nurses of Palama Settlement. During the past ten months seventy-one cases have been treated and twenty left either cured or greatly improved. Continue reading