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More Hawaiian-Language in English newspapers, 1922.

HE MELE NO JOHN WISE

A he ohohia nui no Keoni Waika
Ka elele hiwahiwa a ka lahui
Hui like mai kakou
E koho me ka lokahi. 166 more words

Government

Hot air balloon in Paris, riding a camel in India, then an elephant in Egypt..., 1911.

KE KII-ONIONI O KALAWAO

I Parisa aku nei au
I ka lele baluna poniuniu
A Inia aku nei au
I ke kau kamelo holo pupule… 181 more words

Mele

Kamehameha Schools Song Contest, yesterday and today, 1944 / 2014.

By HARRIETTE HURLEY

People who enjoy Hawaiian music have expressed the desire to know the meanings of the Hawaiian songs. Translations of the two prize songs to be used in the Kamehameha School for Girls’ song contest to be held on February 13, appear below. 389 more words

Mele

Hole Waimea i ka ihe a ka makani, 1927.

A NAME SONG FOR LIHOLIHO.

HE INOA NO LIHOLIHO.

Hole Waimea i ka ihe a ka makani,
Hao mai na ale a ke Kipuupuu,
He laau kalaihi ia na ke anu, 134 more words

Alii

Another mele composed by S. M. and Pansy, 1895.

HOOHENO NO KA INUWAI.

Auhea wale oe e ka Inuwai
Hoa hooipo hoi o ke kehau
Me he a la o kuu aloha kekahi
Pulu ana i ka ua Lihauanu… 147 more words

Mele

Poliahu, composed by S. M. and Pansy, 1895.

POLIAHU.

Auhea wale oe ae Poliahu
Ka wahine noho anu o ke kuahiwi
Hoike mai ana i kona nani
Ke kapa uakea i ka mamane… 122 more words

Mele