More on Emily Kaihumua and the Australia, 1894.

The things you can find on the internet these days! Look at this excerpt taken from the Immigrant Ships Transcribers Guild’s page! The six Hawaiians (plus one more) that left Honolulu for SF aboard the Australia mentioned in the previous post!!

SS Australia

Honolulu to San Francisco

February 10, 1894

1  Bill Kanealii, 61y, Male, Married, Farmer, Able to Read/Write, Nationality: 
    Hawaiian, Last Res.: Honolulu, Destination: San Francisco, Has ticket to 
    destination, Passage paid by Haw'n Exhibito, money is blank, has been to SF
    1864, Join relative or friend: No, is under contract to labor

 2  Sam Kolikoli, 18y, Male, Single, Cowboy, Able to Read/Write, Nationality: 
    Hawaiian, Last Res.: Honolulu, Destination: San Francisco, Has ticket to 
    destination, Passage paid by Haw'n Exhibito, money is blank, has been to 
    SF 1886, Join relative or friend: No, is under contract to labor

 3  Luther Kaihumua, 19y, Male, Single, Cowboy, Able to Read/Write, Nationality:
    Hawaiian, Last Res.: Honolulu, Destination: San Francisco, Has ticket to 
    destination, Passage paid by Haw'n Exhibito, money is blank, In US before: 
    No, Join relative or friend: No, is under contract to labor

 4  Arthur Kaihumua, 17y, Male, Single, Cowboy, Able to Read/Write, Nationality: 
    Hawaiian, Last Res.: Honolulu, Destination: San Francisco, Has ticket to 
    destination, Passage paid by: Haw'n Exhibito, money is blank, In US before: 
    No, Join Relative or friend: No, is under contract to labor	

 5  Emily Kaihumua, 22y, Female, Widow, Able to Read/Write, Nationality: Hawaiian,
    Last Res.: Honolulu, Destination: San Francisco, Has ticket to destination, 
    Passage paid by: Haw'n Exhibito, money is blank, In US before: No, Join 
    relative or friend: No, is under contract 
    to labor	

 6  James Shaw, 28y, Male, Married, Painter, Able to Read/Write, Nationality: 
    Hawaiian, Last Res.: Honolulu, Destination: San Francisco, Has ticket to 
    destination, Passage paid by: Haw'n Exhibito, money is blank, In US before:
    No, Join relative or friend: No, is under contract to labor

 8  James B Pakele, 26y6m, Male, Single, Carpenter, Able to Read/Write, Nationality:
    Hawaiian, Last Res.: Honolulu, Destination: San Francisco, Has ticket to 
    destination, Passage paid by self, possesses $100, In US before: No, Join 
    relative or friend: No, is not under contract to labor

Six Hawaiians, including Emalia Kaihumua, headed for San Francisco 1894.

[Found under: “THIS AND THAT.”]

A little after 12 noon, this Saturday, the Australia left full of cargo for San Francisco. It carried 10,659 letters and 5,000 newspapers, and this was the most by far. The value of the domestic cargo is $26,976. Amongst the passengers were six Hawaiians: J. B. Pakele, Emalia Kaihumua, J. Shaw, and some others. The wharf was festooned as it always is.

(Makaainana, 2/5/1894, p. 8)

Mahope iki iho o ka hora 12...

Ka Makaainana, Buke I—-Ano Hou, Helu 6, Aoao 8. Feberuari 5, 1894.