David Kanewanui did not return to the Kuokoa office ten days later. 1902.

THE EDITOR OF THE “KUOKOA,” DAVID KANEWANUI HAS PASSED.

[For the translation of this article, see the following post, from the mirrored article appearing in The Hawaiian Gazette, 5/23/1902, p. 5. The last paragraph however does not appear in the English and reads:]

With feelings of anguish, the newspaper Kuokoa, “The Foremost of the Hawaiian People,” [“Ke Pookela o ka Lahui Hawaii”] offers its never-ending aloha to the one who passed, David Kanewanui; and to his mother, his children who are left without a parent, and to the family as well who are overcome with mourning, our never-ending love. “His soul returns to heaven, and his body to the earth.” Aloha to this youth whose life in this world was taken so early.

(Kuokoa, 5/23/1902, pp. 1 & 6)

KA LUNAHOOPONOPONO O KE "KUOKOA," DAVID KANEWANUI, UA HALA.

Ka Nupepa Kuokoa, Buke XL, Helu 21, Aoao 1. Mei 23, 1902.

Ka Lunahooponopono o ke "Kuakoa," David Kanewanui ua hala.

Ka Nupepa Kuokoa, Buke XL, Helu 21, Aoao 6. Mei 23, 1902.