New missionaries, 1862.

[Found under: “NA MISIONARI HOU.”]

These are the names of the missionaries in the archipelago of Nuuhiva, and where they live.

At Omoa—Rev. J. W. Kaiwi and his wife, Hana Napaeaina [Napaeaena].
At Hanavave—Rev. L. Kuaihelani and his wife, Susana Kapuuhonua. Continue reading

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News from the Marquesas, 1861.

HOKUAO.

In this issue, there is a letter from Rev. J. Kekela speaking of the difficulties of Paulo Kapohaku, at Heteani, pertaining to his house house burning; and the difficulties of Rev. S. Kauwealoha at Hanatekuua, pertaining to the abuse of the pagans [pegana] to the locals there; their belongings were stolen and thereafter they [the pegans] tore down S. Kauwealoha’s house and took all his belongings from within.

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Zakaria Hapuku writes from Atuona, Hiva Oa, 1865.

From Z. Hapuku.

Atuona, Hivaoa,
Nov. 25, 1865.

Rev. L. H. Gulick, Aloha oe:—Because the skiff of the haole came to purchase food at our valley, therefore I am placing this letter of Aloha to you, and all the teachers from Hawaii to Kauai, and the churches of God. Continue reading