Kakaako and the Leprosy hospital, 1881.

THE “CHINESE DISEASE” PATIENTS AT KAKAAKO.

Thanks to the kindness of Mr. Hinau, a Hawaiian who who sleeps along with the leprosy patients taken to the Naaman Leprosy Hospital [Halemai Lepera Naamana] of Doctor Fitch [Pika] in Kakaako, we have received the total number of patients, where they came from, and their names. These are they below:

OAHU.

Honolulu—Isaaka (m), Papala (m), Ulukou (m), Lailai (m), Luika (f), Kekua (f), and Huaka (f).

Moanalua—Naai (m).

Waikiki waena & Waikiki kai—Keana (m), Anelu (m), Paaaina (m), Keaka (m), Waimanalo (m), Lohiau (m), Wainee (m), Keala (f).

Leleo—Keao (f).

Puunui—Lahela (f).

Pauoa—Kaholua (m), M. Naauao (m), Kaholo (m), Naholua (m).

Kaalaa—Kekaula (f).

Makiki—Emele (f).

Manoa—Kahuhu (f), Kaluna (m).

Waianae—Kahik [? Kahiki] (f).

Waikane—Kaukeano (m).  27

MAUI.

Makawao—Kapua (m), M. Kalauao (m).

Hana—Haliaka (f).

Olowalu—Pepee (f).

Kaanapali—Kaina (f).

Huelo—J. Puawaina (m).

HAWAII.

Hilo—Kekalalei (f), Aiamanu (f), Makaula (f), Maalo (m), Hauli (f).

Kapalilua—Kalia (m).

Kaawaloa—J. W. Kapule (m).

Kohala—K. Mahuluae (m), S. Kaaua.

Kaloko—Makaula (m).

Kau—Kaili (m).

KAUAI.

Hanalei—Maalo (f), Hoiolaw Lilia (f).

Kapaa—Poohina (m).

Kalihiwai—Kuku (m).

Hanapepe—Mahaihai (m).

Koloa—Iosua Manohai (m).

(Ko Hawaii Pae Aina, 12/4/1881, p. 3)

NA MAI PAKE MA KAKAAKO.

Ko Hawaii Pae Aina, Buke IV, Helu 52, Aoao 3. Dekemaba 24, 1881.