Kamehameha IV returns to Honolulu from Kona, 1862.

Return of the King.

The King [Kamehameha IV] returned from Kona, Hawaii, in the morning of this past Sunday, the 29th of Dec., with the Queen [Emalani], and Ka Haku o Hawaii, and their travel companions, the Honorable W. C. Lunalilo, Peter Y. Kekuaokalani, and the family of the Alii. The Royal Ones are in good health. Long live the Alii in God.

(Hoku o Hawaii, 1/2/1862, p. 2)

Ka hoi mai o ka Moi.

Ka Hoku o ka Pakipika, Buke I, Helu 15, Aoao 2. Ianuari 2, 1862.

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A name song for the fearless traveler, Emalani, 1871.

He Inoa no Kaleleonalani.

Ka uka i Kilohana ka anoi la,
Ka iini kau o ka manao la,
Ka halia i ke anu o ka uka la,
I ke ohu nee o ka mauna la,
He kapeke he pahee he pakika la,
Ke ala e hiki aku ai la,
Paa i ka lala kamahele la,
Na hinahina ku alanui la,
Ke hiki aku i Puukapele la,
I ka kauila pano ohiohi la,
Luana i Waineki ka Wahine la,
Kaleleonalani he inoa la,
Moe aku i ka hale kamala la,
Hale o ka pupu kanioe la,
He’hu wawae o Elekini la,
Kinikini na hoa Painiu la,
Ka nahele o Hauailiki la,
Ilaila o Kapukaohelo la,
He ihona Kauaikanana la,
Ikiiki ia alu kahawai la,
He ka-hana koke aku no ia la,
Heia ka mana o ka wai la,
Hailona i ke kino ohia la,
Ka piina’ku o Pakaua la,
He kaua lima ka ke aloha la,
Kualono o Kaluaokaa la,
Komo i ka nahele wehiwehi la,
I ka ulu ohia mokihana la,
Ku hao Kalehuamakanoe la,
Ponaha i ka wao laau la,
Noe wale mai no ka lehua la,
Neenee papa i ke Kohekohe la,
Ua poni ka maka o ia pua la,
Noho hiehie i ka lau laau la,
He nenelu ke ala e hiki ai la,
He ulike launa ole mai la,
Hoao i na lepo pilali la,
Kohu lepo ai o Kawainui la,
Kalalaakamanu aku ia la,
Ka ihona aku o Kawaikoi la,
Koi kua inea i ka loa la,
Aikena ua maopaopa la,
He hanahanai Halepaakai la,
He malana hinu hoi ka nahele la,
I ka naele o Alakai la,
Ka nahele o Aiponui la,
He au kika i ka Puukolea la,
Kunihi mai Aipoiki la,
Lawelawe na lima o ke anu la,
Kipu paa mai e ka noe la,
Halana wai a’e ko lalo la,
Moe ole ia po a ao la,
Na hoa i ka heu kalakala la,
Hoolale i ke ahi lala poli la,
Pulupulu i ka pua limu la,
Ua noho pohai a puni la,
Le’a ai kulou a “Emma” la,
Aia ka pono o ke ao la,
I loaa Kipapaaola la,
Ua ola i ka ohu kokua la,
Kau pono i Kaawakoo la,
Ka palena mai o Kilohana la,
Okipau ka hana a ka Wahine la,
Kau pono iho i ka wekiu la,
Ka pane poo o Maunahina la,
Ike i na pali Koolau la,
Ka waiho nani a Hanalei la,
One hanana o Mahamoku la,
Oni ana o Naue i ke kai la,
O ka wai o Lumahai la,
E huli e hoi ka Wahine la,
Ua uhi ka ohu i ka mauna la,
He aloha—la—ua lai—e.     “Mi;” *

Honolulu, Feb. 9, 1871.

[A name song written for Queen Emma and her famous travels about Kauai.]

(Au Okoa, 2/16/1871, p. 1)

He Inoa no Kaleleonalani.

Ke Au Okoa, Buke VI, Helu 44, Aoao 1. Feberuari 16, 1871.

Kaleleonalani, 44 years old, 1880.

The Birthday of Emma Lani.—This Friday (yesterday) the 2nd of January 1880, Queen Emma Kaleleonalani made a full 44 years old. Just as usual, the day her royal mother suffered the pangs of birth arrived. The walls of her estate were filled with people. We are very happy to announce to the public that the cherished lehua blossom is as always bright upon her attractive full cheeks and the body of that “Rare Blossom” of the lahui remains strong. And while the people joyfully celebrate the arrival of that fine day, we remember and join in the cheer, and give our prayer that she lives long with her family with ease and good fortune. The King was graceful in passing by to give his congratulations to the Queen of one of the famed Kings of Hawaii nei.

(Kuokoa, 1/3/1880, p. 2)

Ka La Hanau o Emma Lani.

Ka Nupepa Kuokoa, Buke XIX, Helu 1, Aoao 2. Ianuari 3, 1880.