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John Kahawaiolaa passes on, 1919.

OUR YOUNGER BROTHER, JOHN KAHAWAIOLAA, HAS GONE.

JOHN KAHAWAIOLAA.

Mr. Sol. Hanohano, Editor of the Kuokoa, Aloha oe: Please extend your patience in allowing an open space of our tireless precious one, and it will carry around the sad news to all the islands of Hawaii nei, and the family, the associates, the friends, and the laborers from the appearing of the sun at Kumukahi to the taking of the sun at Lehua. 259 more words

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David Kaonohiokala Peleiholani Jr. passes away, 1921.

MY DEAR CHILD HAS GONE.

David Kaonohiokala Peleiholani

Mr. Editor of the Kuokoa, Aloha amongst us:—Please allow me once again some open space of the Pride of the Lahui, for my sad offering placed above, so that all of the family from Hawaii to Niihau will see our lei, David Kaonohi Peleiholani, shortened to D. 642 more words

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Portrait of Levi Haalelea, 1864.

Portrait of Haalelea.—The haole which we spoke of the other week has painted a Portrait of Levi Haalelea who has passed, and it is now in the photography studio of Chase (Keiki). 97 more words

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Atomic bomb destroys Hiroshima, 1945.

Hiroshima is Leveled

GUAM—The crew of a large American bomber reported of a new type of bomb released above Japan; it fell with the rumbling of thunder, and it was like the strength of 2,00 large bombers; and it hit Hiroshima which disappeared in smoke and the red of fire. 234 more words

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