Have you ever seen one so big? 1858.

Large Breadfruit.

O Ka Hae Hawaii

Aloha oe:—The saying of the people of old, “The breadfruit of Keei are gone [Pupuhi ka ulu o Keei].” Continue reading

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Marriage of J. W. Makanoanoa with Mery Mehe, 1858.

MARRIAGES.

Sept. 13, at Kailua, Hawaii, J. W. Makanoanoa and Mery Mehe were married; it was Thurston [Tatina] who wed them.

(Hae Hawaii, 9/22/1858, p. 99)

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Ka Hae Hawaii, Buke 3, Ano Hou.—Helu 25, Aoao 9. Sepatemaba 22, 1858.

Observations of a suspected leprosy patient, 1866.

Trip of Leprosy Patients from Kailua, Hawaii, until Kalihi Kai, Oahu.

O Famous one, L. H. Gulick [L. H. Kulika], Captain of the Kuokoa Newspaper:—Aloha oe.

Please place this essay of a member of this trip of the leprosy patients, being that perhaps you will travel once again to Kauai next week, and so too to Maui, all the way to Hawaii, meeting with people suffering from this disease where the skin breaks out, and with the Police and those who serve the Law, and show them this: Continue reading