Kahekili dies, 1843.

DEATH.

On the past 14th of March, Kahekili, an alii of Hawaii nei died here in Honolulu. He was ill for a long time, but the sickness of his body is over; he has gone far away to the place of no return. Some people will perhaps ask what was his thoughts when he was alive recently. He revealed… Continue reading

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More heirs to leprosy patients, 1902.

EXECUTIVE NOTICE

ANNOUNCEMENT OF HEIRS.

The heirs of the Leprosy Patients who died at the Leprosy Colony on Molokai, whose names appear below, are wanted to put before the Office of the Board of Health [Papa Ola], Kapuaiwa Hale, their claims to the remaining money of the estate of the ones who died, within two weeks from this day.

ARTHUR KAWAIELI (m) from Honolulu; 38 years old; taken to the Kahua Ma’i on July 25, 1893; died, March 5, 1900.

PILA PELO (m) from Puowaina, Honolulu; 22 years old; taken on October 25, 1898; died, August 18, 1900.

AH PAT (m) from Lahaina, Maui; 50 years old; taken on March 22, 1893; died, February 6, 1901. Continue reading