WELL KNOWN TEACHER Of Hula to Open Studio on March 1
One of Hawaii’s best known teachers of the hula and directors of hula dancing, Tom Hiona, will open a new studio March 1. the studio is located at 1914 Kahai St., Kalihi.
For the past 15 years, Tom Hiona has been a leader in teaching both ancient and modern hula dances. He will instruct classes in all types of hula, including the following—pahu or drum dances, the olapa, uliuli or rattle gourd, puili or bamboo, iliili or pebble, ka kalaau or tapping sticks as well as modern dances. Continue reading
BRAY GROUP OFFERS PROGRAM OF DANCES AND SONGS SATURDAY
Hawaiian music, old and new, together with exhibitions of hula dancing will make up a varied program to be given at the Latter-Day Saints hall, Kalihi, Saturday evening by David Bray’s group of Hawaiian entertainers. Continue reading
TABLEAU IN LAIE.
On the Saturday night, the 26th of this month, the Kaonohiokala Club [Kalapu Kaonohiokala] will put on a beautiful pageant at Laie for the benefit of the Hoolaulea Hall of the Mormons of Honolulu nei. Continue reading
JOINED BY MARRIAGE IN THE LEGISLATURE
Mrs. Henrietta E. Sullivan of Honolulu nei and Representative George H. Huddy of Hilo became one in the bond of marriage in the Throne Room at midday this past Thursday. Continue reading
WOMEN WILL BE ALLOWED TO VOTE
London, May 22—Before the onset of this frightening war in Europe, in England there was great opposition to the wish of women to have the right to vote; but today, there is consideration to give British women in England voting rights, and there is a bill before the British Parliament to give suffrage to women. Continue reading
KE ALOHA ONIPAA.
Hakuia e Mrs. Pikini Young Hee.
Onaona aala ia’u ka nua lehua o Puna,
Maholehole ia pua i ka pehia ia e ka noe,
Ike i ka ili e mahelo o ka panini i ka wai,
Ua hele a Upoluhiwa i ka puia i ke onaona.
Cho. Aia ilaila ka haili hiehie a ka manao,
Repeat. E manao aku ana hoi a he ole ka maliu mai. Continue reading
Keaulana: ‘It was beautiful.’
First cruise proves craft a humdinger
By BUNKY BAKUTIS
Advertiser Staff Writer
After the dust had settled from the day’s ceremony and the crew relaxed around beer coolers and luau food, Buffalo Keaulana, one of the two steersmen for the sailing canoe’s maiden voyage, summed up the brief cruise: “It was beautiful.
“It (the canoe) turned real easy. And when the paddling was right and the canoe was moving, it was a breeze to handle,” said Keaulana, who has been practicing sailing a smaller version of the double-hulled canoe this past year in preparation for the Tahiti trip.
SOME OF THE PADDLERS for yesterday’s ceremonial cruise into Kaneohe Bay also sung the craft’s praises. Continue reading