Joseph Arthur Kamauoha dies in Torquay, England, 1886.

[Found under: “NU HOU HAWAII.”]

Died at Torquay, Devonshire, England, on the 26th of March, was J. A. Kamauoha, one of the Hawaiian boys sent to foreign lands in 1882 to broaden their knowledge of the ways of life. We made known recently of the death of the daughters of Widemann [Widemana] in Germany, and James K. Booth in Italy, and J. A. Kamauoha in England, and the return of Hugo Kawelo from England because the Hawaiian body cannot put up with the numbingly cold air of Europe.

[Alice Kaiona Widemann dies in Bremen Germany on 9/23/1881, and Mary Kaumana Widemann dies 1/18/1882.]

(Ko Hawaii Paeaina, 5/1/1886, p. 3)


Ko Hawaii Paeaina, Buke IX, Helu 435, Aoao 3. Mei 1, 1886.

Patriotism, 1894.

Great Meeting of the People!!!

Forward O Hawaiians!!


A Great Meeting of Makaainana will be held at Palace Square, at 5 p. m. on this very day, July2, 1894; to show our steadfastness in our patriotism.

Hawaii’s own Lahui, as well as the other ethnicities who are of the same mind, are invited to go in unity and show their insistence behind the Resolution that will be passed at that time.

Invited are the Men, the Women, and all the young people of the Hawaiian Patriotic League [Hui Aloha Aina], and all friends, to go immediately with great enthusiasm and festivity to fill the meeting with numbers of Twenty and more thousand people.

And provided that the Marshal [Ilamuku] of the Provisional Government [Aupuni Kuikawa] has approved our meeting. Therefore, we have nothing to be concerned about. Let us however maintain the peace.


President of the Hui Aloha Aina.


Head Secretary of the Hui Aloha Aina.

Honolulu, July 2nd, 1894.

(Leo o ka Lahui, 7/2/1894, p. 2)

Halawai Makaainana Nui!!!

Ka Leo o ka Lahui, Buke II, Helu 974, Aoao 2. Iulai 2, 1894.

Kalakaua’s study abroad program, 1881.

ROME, ITALY, Mar. 29, 1881.


We saw in the newspaper “Hawaiian Gazette” of February 2, 1881, where it states, that the Hawaiian Government constantly sends money to Mr. Moreno for us, and from within this sum, he supports himself.

Without counting the $800 that the Government sent for us by way of Mr. Martin of Paris, that was soon spent on our many expenses—for the trains, steamships, hotels, and so forth; while being careful with our spending; Mr. Moreno took care of the remainder with his own money, from the day we left Paris until this day here in Rome. This is the truth, for we saw this with our own eyes.

Therefore, what the “Hawaiian Gazette” said was plain deception.

To attest to the truth, we affix our names.

Your children in foreign lands,

Robert W. Wilcox,
James K. Booth,
Robert N. Boyd.

(Ko Hawaii Pae Aina, 5/14/1881, p. 3)

ROMA, ITALIA, Mar. 29, 1881...

Ko Hawaii Pae Aina, Buke IV, Helu 20, Aoao 3. Mei 14, 1881.