Mrs. Mileka Rose Silva passes on, 1922.

GREATEST OF ALL IS ALOHA, IT CANNOT BE DROWNED BY GREAT FLOODS.

MRS. MILEKA ROSE SILVA

Mr. Editor of the Newspaper Kuokoa; Much aloha to you:—Please extend your patience with this sad parcel we are sending, and allow it some open space in the Nupepa Kuokoa, should there be space, so that the family and friends of the one who left this life can know of it, from Hawaii, the island of Keawe, to Kauai of Mano with its twinned lei of mokihana.

At 2 a. m., on Monday, June 19, A. D. 1922, the angel of peace came and took the life spirit from the beloved body of Mrs. Mileka Rose Silva, at our beloved home at Number 1033 Wolters Lane, Kapalama, Honolulu, and left her spiritless remains for us, the ohana, with sadness in love, for our beloved who left this life.

Her body remained at our home until 3 p. m., Tuesday the 20th, and the Rev. Samuel K. Kaloa held a service at the home, as well as where her remains were laid to rest at the Cemetery of Pue’a. Continue reading

The Queen leaves Washington, D. C., 1900.

LILIU ARRIVES IN SAN FRANCISCO

We have received the latest news from San Francisco [Kapalakiko], about the arrival of the Queen and her travelling companions in that city on Sunday, May 19th from Washington. There are many friends who visit to see her, and the Hawaiian singing group living there came to honor their queen for two hours.

Liliu is at the California Hotel with her companions, Joseph Heleluhe; Miss Myra Heleluhe; and Charles Hamilton English, her doctor. They are planning to return home on the Australia. That is what we hear from the Czarina.

(Aloha Aina, 6/2/1900, p. 4)

HOEA O LILIU I KAPALAKIKO

Ke Aloha Aina, Buke VI, Helu 22, Aoao 4. Iune 2, 1900.