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Kamehameha Day, 100 years ago, 1917.

KAMEHAMEHA DAY.

According to Chairman Edgar Henriques of the Celebration Committee for the coming 11th of June, the Program for the Celebration has been prepared; starting on Sunday the 10th will be the memorial in Kawaiahao Church, and on the following 11th will be the parade from Aala Park to the Palace Grounds, in this manner: 165 more words

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Commentary on Hawaiian Music and Liliu's "Mele Lahui Hawaii," 1867.

Hawaiian Music.—It is something to hear of Hawaiians, who but a few years ago, as a nation, possessed no other songs but the semi-barbarous Meles of their ancestors, and no other music than the montonous “ah—ah,——o—oo—u—uu,” of former years,—it is something pleasingly new to have to note the appearance of a neatly lithographed sheet of music for sale in the bookstore, both the words and music of which were composed by a Hawaiian lady. 283 more words

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News out of Lahaina, 1867.

From Lahaina.

Pertaining to the Queen.—Queen Emma has returned from her tour of Wailuku on this past Tuesday evening of May, and it was at 8 o’clock that she reached here in Lahaina. 291 more words

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Liliu's National Anthem reaches New York, after a fashion, 1875.

Their National Hymn.

The words and music of the Hawaiian national anthem are both the composition of Mrs. Lila K. Dominis, the sister of King Kalakaua. 190 more words

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Mele inoa for Commissioner Blount, 1893.

HE INOA NO KOMISINA BLOUNT (BALAUNA).

He Inoa keia no Balauna
Komisina ahaiolelo
Na ke Aupuni o Amerika
I hoouna mai a e nowelo
E imi ana i ka oiaio… 325 more words

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More information from the December 28, 1891 meeting at Manamana, 1892.

Within that spacious structure at Manamana, gathered together was a huge crowd  because of a call out to all to an open meeting of the people on Monday night, December 28, 1891. 451 more words

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Fish appear once more at Kaanapali, 1862.

Kaanapali’s fish have returned.

Those words are proudly placed above. Kaanapali’s fish have returned; so that our friends from Hawaii of Keawe to Kauai of Mano will know the news of the seasons. 227 more words

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