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A birthday, a name song, and never knowing where you will find information, 1891.

Ia wahine hele la o Kaiona,
Wahine hahai alualu Wailiula,
Pua Ohai o ke Kaha,
Uhane kui pua lei o Kamau-a,
Uumi ia iho ke aloha o ke kane, 113 more words

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A sweet mele recalling places in central Oahu, 1866.

Ka pua Lilia.

Auhea la hoi oe, Kela pua lilia,
Pua nani oi kelakela, Ku ha-o i ka malie,
Pua kela ma Kahikina, I mohala i ke komohana, 193 more words

Mele

Mele found in moolelo, 1920.

Halau Lahaina molale malu i ka ulu,
Malu mai ka pe’a lauloha a ka makani;
Loha punohu maalo ke aka i ka la’i,
I ka waiho lua a ka la’i o ke Kaao; 157 more words

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Queen Emma on Kauai, 1871.

The Queen’s Travels to the Island to the West.

O Ke Au Okoa;—Aloha oe:

At 3 o’clock yesterday afternoon, Lawai was left by the entourage of… 394 more words

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A new Hawaiian hymnal at press, 1914.

HAWAIIAN HYMNAL

This book is being printed at the office of the “New Freedom,” where “Ke Aloha Aina” is being printed, and if you want to have a copy of this beautiful book, put in your order before the 1st of December. 64 more words

Mele

Mele, translations, and pen names, 1915.

Miss Ella Paris of Kealakekua is credited with translating fifty-eight of the hymns in the “Leo Hoonani,” the Hawaiian church hymnal. Miss Paris has been modestly hiding her identity under the pen name of “Hualalai.” 51 more words

English Newspaper

Aloha Aina, 1871 / 2014.

“Ka Hae Nani o Hawaii,
E mau kona welo ana.”

[“The Beautiful Flag of Hawaii
Let her wave for all times.”]

(Black & Auld Printers, Honolulu, H. 213 more words

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