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Princess Liliuokalani to make circuit of the Islands, 1881.

Her Royal Highness the Princess Regent will make a tour of the Islands. It was the Princess’ intention to have made this tour early in this year, but the breaking out of the small-pox and the consequent quarantine regulations prevented the plan being carried out, the Regent setting aside her own wish to travel in order to show an example of keeping the quarantine strictly. 71 more words

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Unheeded words of Talmage to the United States of America, 1894.

REV. DR. TALMAGE.

His Article Which Greatly Hurt the Missionaries Amongst Us.

The article below written by the Rev. Doctor Talmage of New York and published in a newspaper there was translated and published in the newspaper “Aloha Aina;” however,  because of the difference between our understanding of the translation and theirs, we took it and translated it once more and am putting it before our readers. 132 more words

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Acrostic Poem for King Lunalilo, 1873.

HE MELE HUA INOA

Nuhou nui ma Hawaii,
Ua pau na Kamehameha,
Hooholo na makaainana,
O Lunalilo ka Moi.
Ua paa ka noho alii,
Hiki ole ke hooni; 95 more words

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A song for the birthday of King Lunalilo, 1873.

A SONG FOR LUNALILO.

Leo Mele Hail Columbia.

1. He aloha la he aloha,
No ka Moi Lunalilo,
Lei Nani o kakou,
Hiwahiwa o ke Aupuni; 330 more words

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The National Anthem by William Charles Lunalilo, 1862.

E ola ka Moi i ke Akua.

Hakuia e WM. C. LUNALILO.

Ke Akua mana mau,
Hoomaikai, pomaikai
I ka Moi!
Kou lima mana mau, 132 more words

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Birthday of William Charles Lunalilo, 1933.

THE BIRTHDAY OF KING LUNALILO IS COMMEMORATED

On Tuesday, the past 31st of January, the students of Lunalilo School celebrated the birthday of the king for whose name their school is called. 117 more words

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Kinau, Kaahumanu II, dies, 1839.

DIED.

KAAHUMANU II.

In Honolulu, on the 4th of April.

She became sick from the 30th of March, early in the morning; it was a paralysis. 139 more words

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