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Mary Jane Fayerweather Montano story lost conclusion? 1894.

MRS. MONTANO CORRECTS ERRORS IN HER STORY

Before proofs of Mrs. Montano’s story of old times in Honolulu could be corrected for historical accuracy, the instalment was published in the magazine section of yesterday’s issue of The Advertiser. 184 more words

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Ike ia Kaukini, 1911.

O KE LII KA’U MAKEMAKE

Ike ia Kaukini he lawaia manu
He upena kuu i ka noe o Pokahi
I hoopuni ia e ka ohu kakikepa… 104 more words

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Sigh, 2018.

Did you see last week Monday’s post on Welo Hou? It is funny how mele written by someone from a long time ago can stir up personal memories, both good and bad. 28 more words

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Pule should be studied as well, 1891.

Ua meha ka leo o  ka ale o ka moana
Ua mea ka leo o ke kai
Ua meha ka leo o ke kanaka
Ua meha ka leo o ka manu noio o ke kai… 333 more words

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Few people know the old mele, 1873.

On the first page, first column of our paper of today, our readers saw the “Canoe Song,” of Chief Lunalilo. 134 more words

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More on Ipo Lei Manu, 1892.

The Bulletin acknowledges the receipt of the music and words of two hula kuis—”Ipo Lei Manu” and “Pua Melekule”—the first ever printed. They have been copyrighted by Mr. 89 more words

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