THAT OLD KAMAAINA PASSED AWAY.
At his residence on Liliha Street, on the afternoon of this past Tuesday, Lehuanui K. Paleioholani grew weary of this life, one of the old kamaaina of this town, at seventy-two years old.
On Wednesday afternoon his funeral was held, and his body was carried to be put to rest at the cemetery in the uplands of Puea.
Paleioholani was born in Hilo, Hawaii, on the 11th of the month of February, 1844, whereupon he witnessed the five kings who ascended to the throne of Hawaii nei, and the one queen; and he also saw the waving of the starred flag of the nation that is now governing his land of birth.
Mrs. John K. Notley is his living daughter, and the remaining descendant by that name Paleioholani.
Being that Paleioholani was a member of a number of Hawaiian associations, the members of those associations came to march along in his great procession.
[This is none other than the great historian, S. L. Peleioholani.]
(Kuokoa, 3/10/1916, p. 2)
Ka Nupepa Kuokoa, Buke LIV, Helu 10, Aoao 2. Maraki 10, 1916.