THE SINGING GROUP, “HONOLULU GLEE CLUB” OF THE HAWAIIAN BOYS.
Led by Ah Choy Tim Sin.
Front row—R. K. Kumulala [Kumululu? Kumuliilii?], D. W. Waipa, Ah Choy Tim Sin, R. M. Kamaunu, F. W. Keao. Back row—S. Kanekoa, J. Kahikina.
This Singing Group will arrive in the districts of North Kohala, South Kohala, Hamakua, Hilo, and Puna, should they not meet with any troubles on their road. This group is under the direction of Ah Choy, a skilled youth [line hidden by fold].
[Line hidden by fold?] with the melodic flute, and included in this group is the skilled hands of Mr. Waipa, the prince of Kona and Kohala.
Therefore, rise, O Friends, join hands with the sweet beloved of Kohala and sing along to this song of aloha for his birth land:
“Maikai ka makani o Kohala,
I pa ia e ka Inuwai,
Ka wai no ia pono kaua,
Ka wai kaulana o ka aina,
He aloha, he aloha ka’u mea nui,
He makana, he makana na ka puuwai.”
Please fill their singing audience; they will arrive in North Kohala on August 5, 1911.
[This is one of many pages of the Hawaiian-Language Newspapers that are difficult to read because the image originally taken was not clean. These need to be reshot before it is too late. You can’t get much information from something that is illegible.]
(Kuokoa Home Rula, 7/28/1911, p. 1)
[Here is the same image found in the Evening Bulletin. Perhaps this is not such a great image, but it is way better than the one from Kuokoa Home Rula! And yet, the information given pales to what is found in the Hawaiian article…]