Mele found everywhere in the newspapers. 1899.

[Found in: “HALEIWA HOTELE: Ka Ui Mahiehie ma Waialua”]

O ka loku hala ole
A ka ua i Maili,
Ili hewa ka manao ia nei,
Ka waiho la i ka lai.

Chorus: O oe kai hui iho la,
Ka manao e puapuai la,
Ei ae o Puu-o-Hulu,
Hului no au, ua hiki no.

Nau i lahui i ka leo,
Ike i ka makani Kaieulu [Kaiaulu],
Ka makani o ka aina,
Ilaila hoola’i na manu.

[Here is another interesting mele found in a nice description of an excursion aboard the train Kaala to the newly-opened Haleiwa Hotel. It is added into the narrative by the writer as he describes passing by Puuohulu. This inserting of mele into prose is something found often in Hawaiian writing. This composition seems very reminiscent of another perhaps more famous mele still sung today.]

(Kuokoa, 8/11/1899, p. 1)

O ka loku hala oe, A ka ua i Maili...

Ka Nupepa Kuokoa, Buke XXXVIII, Helu 32, Aoao 1. Augate 11, 1899.

Vital Statistics, 1913.

MARRIAGES.

Ernest Lishman to Maggie Ikaika, Oct. 24.
John Smith to Hattie Ku, Oct. 25.

BIRTHS.

To Joseph Perez Jr. and Annie Kawailani, a son, Oct. 9.
To Charles E. Paaluhi and Hapenuia, a daughter, Oct. 12.
To Moses Naehu and Maryann Moke, a son, Oct. 19.
To Ah Hoi and Luisa, a son, Oct. 23.
To Puha Kaina and Mary Pahu, a daughter, Oct. 27.

DEATHS.

Thomas Carter, at Kapiolani Home, Oct. 18.
Fanny Kailieha, on Auld Lane, Oct. 22.
Henry Williams, at the children’s hospital, Oct. 22.
Maile Kini, on Pauoa Street, Oct. 22.
George K. Wahalama, on King Street, Oct. 23.
Pokini K. Alapai, on Queen Street, Oct. 23.
Keawe Kaapuni, on Hotel Street, Oct. 23.
Joseph Kikaha, on Kamehameha Street, Oct. 23.
Dominica Lui, at the children’s hospital, Oct. 24.
Nahuina, in Honolulu, Oct. 25.
Robert Kalama, on Ala Moana Boulevard, Oct. 25.
B. H. Zablan, on Liliha Street, Oct. 25.

(Kuokoa, 10/31/1913, p. 4)

NA MARE. / NA HANAU. / NA MAKE.

Ka Nupepa Kuokoa, Buke LI, Helu 43, Aoao 4. Okatoba 31, 1913.

Vital Statistics, 1913.

MARRIAGES.

Solomon Mahu to Esther Kaulana, Oct. 4.
J. C. Cunningham to Adeline K. Bush, Oct. 15.
Charles Oina to Mary Poepoe, Oct. 20.

BIRTHS.

To R. W. Shingle and Ethel M. Campbell, a son, Sept. 17.
To Peter Kamali and Abbie Camacho, a son, Sept. 2.
To F. W. MacFarlane and Alice K. Campbell, a daughter, Sept. 20.
To Sam K. Keanu Sr. and Louisa Kapawaliilii [?], a son, Sept. 24.
To William Noa and Lepeka C. Chong, a daughter, Oct. 17.
To Eugene Duvauchelle and Julia Kahihikolo, a daughter, Oct. 10.
To Joseph M. Naone and Mary Kealohapauole, a son, Oct. 12.
To Eddie Peters and Susie Kiko, a daughter, Oct. 6.
To Mika Sopa and Lizzie Kamokuiki, a daughter, Oct. 10.
To Manuel Smith and Hatfie Keohohou, a son, Oct. 12.
To Antone Times and Maria Kaaihue, a son, Oct. 16.

DEATHS.

Mrs. Luika Kapukui, on Palolo Street, Oct. 15.
David H. Nakaula, on Vinyard Street, Oct. 15.
Mrs. Hattie Kaapuni Maui, on Waialae Street, Oct. 17.
A baby of William Noa, on Palolo Street, Oct. 17.
Lepeka C. Chong, on Palolo Street, Oct. 17.
Ioane K. Kameaaloha, at the Insane asylum, Oct. 19.

(Kuokoa, 10/24/1913, p. 4)

NA MARE. / NA HANAU. / NA MAKE.

Ka Nupepa Kuokoa, Buke LI, Helu 42, Aoao 4. Okatoba 24, 1913.