A name song for the boys of the Royal Hawaiian Band, 1893.

HE INOA NO NA KEIKI O KA BANA LAHUI.

Kaulana na pua a o Hawaii
Kupaa mahope o ka aina
Hiki mai ka Elele a ka lokoino
Palapala alunu me ka pakaha
Pane mai Hawaii Nui o Keawe
Kokua na Hono a o Piilani
Kakoo mai Kauai a o Mano
Pau pu me ke one Kakuhihewa
Aole e kau i ka pulima
Maluna o ka pepa a ka enemi
Aole makou a e minamina
I ka puu dala o ke Aupuni
Ua lawa makou i ka pohaku
I ka ai kamahao o ka aina
Hoohui Aina kuai hewa
I ka pono Kivila a o ke kanaka
Mahope makou o ka Moi
A kau hou i ka Noho Kalaunu
Haina mai ana ka puana
No ka poe i aloha i ka Aina

(Hawaii Holomua, 3/23/1893, p. 2)

HE INOA NO NA KEIKI O KA BANA LAHUI.

Hawaii Holomua, Buke III, Helu 185, Aoao 2. Maraki 23, 1893.

Independence Day, 1893.

La Kuokoa Song.

E Hawaii e, E Hawaii e
E Hui hauoli pu kakou
Ma keia La nui kamahao
La Kuokoa nou e ka Lahui.

Hui:

La Kuokoa nou e Hawaii
La hauoli no ka Lahui
E ka I, e ka Mahi, me ka Palena
Hui hauoli nui ae kakou.

E Hawaii e, E Hawaii e
Nou keia la me ka ilihia
Na kualono ou e hooho mai
Na kula uli e hauoli pu.

E Hawaii e, E Hawaii e
E Mau ke Ea o ka Aina i ka Pono
Na na Mana Lani e kakoo mai
I kou Kuokoa a mau loa.

Haku ia e

S. K. Kaunamano.

Makapala, Hamakua, Dekemaba 18, 1893.

[Independence Day Song

O Hawaii, O Hawaii
Let us unite in happiness
On this great wonderful day
Independence Day for you, O Lahui.

Chorus:

Your Independence Day, O Hawaii
Joyous day for the Lahui
O I, O Mahi, and Palena
Let us unite in happiness.

O Hawaii, O Hawaii
This is your day, with reverence
May your mountain ridges cheer
May your verdant fields share in the gaiety.

O Hawaii, O Hawaii
May the Sovereignty of the Land be Forever in Righteousness
May the Heavenly Powers lend support
To your Independence for all times.

Composed by S. K. Kaunamano

Makapala, Hamakua, December 18, 1893.]

(Hawaii Holomua, 12/23/1893, p. 1)

La Kuokoa Song.

Hawaii Holomua, Buke I, Helu 14, Aoao 1. Dekemaba 23, 1893.

 

On Independence, 1893.

RESTORATION DAY.

It is Restoration Day, and the 50th year since the forceful seizure by Admiral Lord George Paulet [Lo Keoki], and this is the Jubilee of the Restoration of our Independence. The Hawaiians are commemorating this day with the death of pigs to remember their land and their Beautiful Hawaiian Flag fluttering proudly with great majesty.

[Perhaps the reference to the death of pigs is related to the Hawaiian pronunciation of “P. G.”]

(Hawaii Holomua, 7/31/1893, p. 2)

KA LA HOIHOI EA.

Hawaii Holomua, Buke III, Helu 272, Aoao 2. Iulai 31, 1893.

The marriage of Kauikeaouli to Kalama Kapakuhaili, 1837.

MARRIAGE OF THE KING.

Honolulu, Feb. 2, 1837.

KAUIKEAOULI the King of the Hawaiian archipelago and KALAMA, the daughter of Naihekukui was wed by Mr. Bingham [Binamu].

At the stone house of Kekauluohi and Kanaina, the aunty and uncle [makua] of that girl, is where their marriage took place, and the wedding reception of the Alii, and the singing of the marriage hymn. After that, they went to pray at the church that night at the great assembly. “Marriage is honourable in all.” And this marriage is greatly respected by their true friends.

Long live the King!

May his kingdom have great peace.

(Kumu Hawaii, 2/1/1837, p. 72)

KA MARE ANA O KE LII.

Ke Kumu Hawaii, Buke 2, Pepa 18, Aoao 72. Feberuari 1, 1837.