Mothers’ Day, 1913.

The Day for Mothers, May 18.

This coming Sunday, May 18th, is the day to remember Mothers; the symbol of that day is the White Carnation [Poni Moi] placed on the suit of men, and on the fronts of women and children. It shows you remember your mother who took care of you from when you were a baby until you were an old man or woman. Whether she has died or she is still living.

(Kuu Hae Hawaii, 5/9/1913, p. 11)

Ka La o na Makuahine Mei 18.

Kuu Hae Hawaii, Buke I, Helu 3, Aoao 11. Mei 9, 1913.

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