New missionaries, 1862.

[Found under: “NA MISIONARI HOU.”]

These are the names of the missionaries in the archipelago of Nuuhiva, and where they live.

At Omoa—Rev. J. W. Kaiwi and his wife, Hana Napaeaina [Napaeaena].
At Hanavave—Rev. L. Kuaihelani and his wife, Susana Kapuuhonua. Continue reading

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News from the Marquesas, 1861.

HOKUAO.

In this issue, there is a letter from Rev. J. Kekela speaking of the difficulties of Paulo Kapohaku, at Heteani, pertaining to his house house burning; and the difficulties of Rev. S. Kauwealoha at Hanatekuua, pertaining to the abuse of the pagans [pegana] to the locals there; their belongings were stolen and thereafter they [the pegans] tore down S. Kauwealoha’s house and took all his belongings from within.

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Zakaria Hapuku and Hana Ihuanu first make their way to the Marquesas, 1861.

Hokuao sets sail.

On Friday, at 5 o’clock in the evening, the fine missionary ship set sail. It was made to sail quickly to take with it goods for the Hawaiian missionaries living in Fatuhiva, because of their difficulties faced with the wars of those people who are fond of revolts. When it sailed, the Hoolua wind blew a little stronger, Continue reading