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Ti: PACIFIC COMMEHC1AL ADVERTISER: HONOLULU, 3IAHCH 19, 1893.
HIS USEFUL CAREER IS ENDED.
JRx-Governor Paul Kanoa Found Dead
in His Bed
BELOVED AM) KKSPECTKI IS Y ALU
Oa of tfa Brightest Example of Ha
waiian X.!f and CliaraeUr Yet Re
corded Ilia Memorr 1VI11 Lod; fee
Herei-ed-A Leader of Tilt Countrymen.
Paul Pubiula Kalakua Kanoa
was found dead in his bed yester
day morning by bis wife. Shortly
before 1 o'clock Mrs. Kauoa awak
ened and found ber husband's arm
thrown over her. In seeking to
move it, ebe made the horrible dis
covery tbat ho was dead. In ter
ror, Ebe aroused her two daughters
and other relatives who were Etay
ing in the house with her.
Kanoa was born on ihe lOih of
June, 1832, and was, therefore 62
yeas and 9 months old at the time
PAUL PUHICLA KJLLAKAU KANOA, EX-
GOVERXOR OF KAUAI.
of his death. His father was Kaai
. kaulehelehe, and Lis mother Ka
pau. From his childhood he was
associated with the aliis. Until his
third year, he was with Mrs. Ke-
kuanaoa. At this time iu3 father
died and he was adopted by P.
"When he was quite young, Kanoa
was with Kamamalu. He was mar
Tied during his etay with thin lady
to Kaleipua, who survives him.
After the marriage, Kamamalu
thought it would be advisable to
give such u promising young man
a show at earning a livelihood.
He was accordingly sent to manage
her property on Kauai, and given
exclusive control in her name.
The young man did not w;i-te
his opportunities, and improved
the land to a great degree. He was
given a share in the proceeds of
the land. This encouraged hiui,
and he saved all the money possi
ble. Shortly after Kaniamalu'a
death, Kanoa bought part of the
land at Niumaln, and owned it at
the time of hie death.
In the year 1857 he wa3 ap
pointed tax-collector by the Gov
ernment. Recognizing his influ
ence on Kauai, and the spirit of
kind net-8 shown every person,
Kanoa was appointed Governor of
that island. Under Kalakaua he
made an able Minister of Finance.
Besides bt-ing a member of the
Legislature, he was also in the
A little over two years agoKanoa
came down to Honolulu for the
purpose of attending to business
matters. On the day of his return
to Kauai he was stricken with par
alyciV, never regaining his natural
health and Vor bat grew old and
weak rapidly. .
Kanoa will always be pv.ken
as a beneiacior. nenever me
name is mentioned, it is always
coupled with some act of kindness
done or some word of hope spoken.
In his Kauai home Kanoa enter
tained the high alii and the poor
Hawaiian the well known haole
and the laboring man. With him
there was no distinction.
Kanoa was a descendant of a line .
of aliis, and was named Puhiula
Kalakua after Kamehameha I.
That he was active during his
life is proven by the fact that he
has left behind an accumulation of
The funeral services will be held
at his late home.Koula, at 12 o'clock
today. The funeral will take place
at 2 p. m. and the body interred in
A Kew Volcanic Theory.
Oakland. March 10. Editor
Milsap3 of the War Cry addressed
the army tonight-" He said that
trod put tne volcano oi xvuauea uu
. . . . , ii
earth to teacn man wnai neu is.
Mr. Goodman, of Hawaiian Electric
Company, Slightly Injured.
Mr. Goodman, of the Hawaiian
Electric Company, had an exper
ience yesterday morning he is not
likely eoon to forget. He, in com
pany with Manager Hoffman, drove
to the home of the latter on iuuanu
street above the Eagle House in a.
brake. Mr. Hoffman aligntea ana
went inside, leavinc Mr. Goodman
alone in the vehicle. A Chinaman
passed along about this time with
sacks hanging over his shoulders.
This sight caused the animal to
take fright, and hardly before Mr.
Goodman was aware of it tne norse
was tearing down the street. After
croincr a short distance the brake
collided with a telephone post,
throwing Mr. Uoodman out ana
nnder the vehicle. He sustained a
slight scratch on one of his arms
and was kicked on the knee besides.
AHhouzh considerably Bhaken up,
Mr. Goodman continued his duties
during the day.
Honolulu Teachers' Association,
Under the auspices of the above
Dr. R. G. Northrop,
The Memory, and How to Train it,
will be given in th9
Y. M. C. A. Hall,
Thursday, March 21,
at 7:30 p.m.
W16 3t Secretary.
The Hawaiian Planters1 Monthly.
H. M. WnrrNKY,
Contents for IVIarclx
Notes on Current Topics.
Coffee GrowiDg at Olaa.
American Association Entomolo
gists. Experience the Best Test of Suc
cess. Improvement of the Soil.
Vaccination of the Land.
Sajrar Trade of the U. S.
A Prosperous J3eet Sugar Enter
prise. Maplo Safrar Production in the
Agriculture in Demerara.
Sngar Industry in Australia.
Camphor Tree and Trade.
Green Manuring of the Soil.
Market Gambling in Europe and
Justice to Sugar Producers.
The Victoria Ilegia Lily.
Irrigation in Australia.
Experience of a Ceylon Coffee
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