[Found under: “NU HOU KULOKO.”]
Examinations for the English School of Kaumakapili.—On the first Friday of the coming month of April, that being the 3rd, the independent English school of Kaumakapili will hold its examinations [hoike] in the church. Continue reading →
HE HAS GONE.
Halawa, Molokai, Aug. 16—At the hour of 2 a.m. of the past 10th, W. A. Kiha died at 63 years old. He was born at Kawaihae Uka, on the 2nd of Feb. 1836 from the loins of Kaipokane (f) and Kauhiokalani; Continue reading →
W. A. KIHA—GONE ON THE ROAD OF NO RETURN.
We received news from Maui, reporting that William A. Kiha, one of the educated Hawaiians of the Archipelago, has left this life on a day last week.
Most of the old time Honolulu people as well as some young ones will not forget about WIlliam A. Kiha, teacher of the Independent School of English at the church of Kaumakapili. It was at that school that he served as teacher along with his brother Enoka Kalauao. There are many who became proficient at English being taught by William A. Kiha. The current editor of this newspaper [Joseph M. Poepoe] sought knowledge of English under him, at the school of Kaumakapili, for short periods of time. Continue reading →
HE HIMENI NO KA LA KUOKOA.
[This is a song that will be sung by the school children at the church of Kaumakapili on that day that our Independence was recognized.]
La hauoli keia no kakou a pau,
Kou Hae nani e Hawaii Ponoi,
E mau aku kou welo ana i na kau a pau loa.
Cho.—Hae nani, Hae nani o Hawaii nei,
E mau aku kou welo ana.
Ma na la nui, la Kuokoa,
Huro no ka Hae Hawaii. Continue reading →