Mistaken identity, 1919.

[Found under: “Nuhou Kuloko”]

To clear up the confusion and misunderstandings of some people, pertaining to David Palakiko Keawehaku, the one whose case was heard in police court [aha hoomalu] for practicing medicine without a license, Continue reading

Response to the Mormon farming on Lanai article, 1862.

The Mormon activity on Lanai.

O Kuokoa Newspaper, Aloha oe:—

In the last Issue of the Kuokoa of the 22nd of March, in the section called “Na mea hou o Hawaii nei,” it was explained there what was found and what was done by the Mormons of Lanai, pertaining to the pulling of the Plow in their work; Continue reading

Punishment by God? 1893.

REGRETTABLE.

We received this letter below, and we were filled with pity for this tragedy encountered by our fellow man, and this is that letter:

“Hana, June 16, 1893.

“Aloha to you, O Fearless Holomua;

“Here is some news from here in the country.

“On the 31st of May, the home of J. K. Iosepa was consumed by fire; destroyed were the belongings inside of the house, the furnishings, the bed and other things, and the walls were burned, but the house remained standing as if it is made ready.

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