Another genealogy of Hawaiian rulers, 1864.

Genealogy of the Alii of Ancient Times From the South¹ of Hawaii nei Who Ruled.

Haloa the male, Hinamanouluae the female;
Waia the male, Huhune the female;
Hinanalo the male, Haunuu the female;
Nakehili the male, Haulele the female;
Wailoa the male, Hikokuanea the female;
Kio the male, Kamole the female;
Ole the male, Haii the female;
Pupue the male, Manaku the female;
Manaku the male,  Hikoheale the female;
Kahiko the male, Kaea the female;
Nuanuu the male, Kapokuleiula the female;
Mawi the male, Hinakealohaina the female;
Nanamaoa the male, Hinakapaikua the female;
Nanakuae the male, Keaukuhonua the female;
Nanakaoko the male, Kahihiokalani the female;
Heleipawa the male, Kookookumaikalani the female;
Hulumalailani the male, Hinamaikalani the female;
Aikanaka the male, Hinahanaikamalama the female;
Hema the male, Uliomaheha the female;
Kahai the male, Hinauluohia the female;
Waiholoa the male, Hoolaukahili the female;
Laka the male, Hikauilena the female;
Luanuu the male, Kapokuileiula the female;
Kamea the male, Hopomaili the female;
Hua the male, Kapoea the female;
Pao the male, Manokalililani the female;
Hoaho the male, Kauilaanapa the female;
Palena the male, Hikawainui the female;
Hana the male, Mahuia the female;
Lonokawai the male, Kalohialiiokawai the female;
Laau the male, Kukamolimolialoha the female;
Pili the male, Hinauapu the female;
Koa the male, Hinaaumai the female;
Loe the male, Hinakalili the female;
Kukehau the male, Hinakeuki the female;
Kaniuhi the male, Hiliamakani the female;
Kanipahu the male, Walaikauakoko the female;
Kalapana the male, Makeamalamaihana the female; Continue reading


S. W. B. Kaulainamoku, the joker, 1867.

[Found under: “LOCAL NEWS: Honolulu.”]

S. W. B. Kaulainamoku.—One of our newspaper subscription officers, named above, on the evening of this past Friday, while he was peddling his containers of poi at the street corner of Honolulu nei, he saw soldiers heading his way; he quickly called out in a loud voice: “Huli loa!” [“About face!”], and because they paid no attention, he called out again, “Maisi!” [“March!” ?]. The soldiers turned towards him and he was taken to the Prison [Halewai] with his containers of poi over his shoulders. He was released that evening, and on the next Monday, he was tried in military court, and was instructed that should he try it again, he would be punished. O People, this is a strict law in great Countries, when a person calls orders to a soldier without authority while the soldier is on duty.

(Kuokoa, 2/2/1867, p. 2)

S. W. B. Kaulainamoku.

Ka Nupepa Kuokoa, Buke VI, Helu 5, Aoao 2. Feberuari 2, 1867.

The passing of S. W. B. Kaulainamoku and others not in the regular Vital Statistics Column, 1895.

Went on the Path of No Return.

On Monday, the 6th, the 1 year and 1 week year old baby of Eugene L and Rose Li died, and was carried away to the eternal place of all people.

At Manoa, on the 11th, one of our adroit leaders, S. W. B. Kaulainamoku left this world of tiresome world and returned to the world with no suffering. We grieve with the family in their time of mourning. He was taken away on the following Sunday. Alas for him.

Monday the 13th, the baby of T. Hiona died after just 8 months and 28 days of life. On this Tuesday, it was taken away to the cemetery of Koula.

(Makaainana, 5/20/1895, p. 8.)

Hele i ke Ala Hoi Ole Mai.

Ka Makaainana, Buke III—-Ano Hou, Helu 11, Aoao 8. Mei 20, 1895.