Birthday of Rev. H. H. Parker, 1927.

[Found under: “Nuhou Kuloko”]

This past Tuesday, the Rev. H. H. Parker became ninety-three years old; Continue reading

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Mileina Ahia, Kapeka Pinao, and Josiah Haole pass on, 1899.

Freed from Burdens of this World.

MRS. MILEINA AHIA.

In the morning of this past Thursday, at her residence mauka of Waikahalulu, after a short illness, the breath of the native mother whose name is above was taken away, at the age of 57 years old. Continue reading

Ka Lahui Hawaii newspaper begins, 1875.

THE NEWSPAPER KA LAHUI HAWAII.

This is a paper printed weekly for the Families and the Churches of Hawaii; it is something to assist with the proper living of families, with peace amongst people, and with the well being of the body and spirit of the Hawaiian People. “Envieth not, vaunteth not thyself, do not be easily provoked, thinketh no evil.” Continue reading

Death announcement found outside of the Vital Statistics column, 1898.

THAT HAWAIIAN MOTHER HAS GONE.

It was a painful thing for our hearts to hear that the uncompassionate hand of death reached out and took the precious breath of life from the body of Mrs. Evalaina Willison [Wilson], the wife of Mr. C. B. Willison [Wilson], in the early morning of this Saturday, after she began to waste away of sickness for just a few short days.

She was a well-known woman here in town, and elsewhere on the island, and she was the attendant of Queen Liliuokalani while she was on the throne until her overthrow. There were many, many friends who visited to see her for the last time, and then dust returned to dust, for that is where it came from.

She leaves behind a husband, child and family who grieve for her from this side of the grave.

In the afternoon of this Sunday, the last services over the body were held at Kawaiahao Church by Rev. H. H. Parker, and from there the body was taken to its home in the ground at the cemetery of Kawaiahao, accompanied by the family and numerous friends, and next to her family who passed before she was put to rest for all times.

Ke Aloha Aina joins in the mourning with the family of the one who left on that road of no return, while asking the Almighty to lessen our grief.

(Aloha Aina, 5/28/1898, p. 5)

HALA IA MAKUAHINE HAWAII.

Ke Aloha Aina, Buke IV, Helu 22, Aoao 5. Mei 28, 1898.