Mele inoa for Kalahoolewa by W. L. Moehonua, 1867.

No William Pitt Leleiohoku, Kalahoolewa o Kaleiopapa.

He inoa keia e Hoku—e,
Pua lei aloha a Anoiu—e,
Nani wale kuu ipo Anolani—e,
Ua nohi uli wale i ka la—e,
Ka maka mohala o ka lehua—e,
Ka nonohi ukulii o ka pua—e,
I pu-a i ka uka o Malama—e,
Ahi awela no Heeia—e,
Kohaihai pua i ka uka—e,
O ke oho laulii o ke koa—e,
Maholehole wale oia la—e,
Ka awihi lihilihi a ka maka—e,
O ka maka kai ike hauna wale—e,
O no no e ka puu kuhikuhi—e,
I ka wai ohelo ohelo—e,
O ka ua noe ia i ka poli—e,
E halia mai nei ke aloha—e,
Aulii oiala oiala—e,
Ka hiwahiwa a loko e piana—e,
Kuu kihei pili mae ole—e,
He aloha—e kaua—e.

W. Luther Moehonua.

(Au Okoa, 5/30/1867, p. 4)

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Ke Au Okoa, Buke III, Helu 6, Aoao 4. Mei 30, 1867.

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American flag, 1893.

[Found under: “NA ANOAI O KA LA.”]

From the news we last received, there is this: there is a desire to place the American Flag atop the Palace, and the Government House, and the other flag poles of the nation, however, some of the high officials of Other Nations protest that act vehemently, and that is why it has slightly died down.

(Leo o ka Lahui, 1/19/1893, p. 2)

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Ka Leo o ka Lahui, Buke II, Helu 625, Aoao 2. Ianuari 19, 1893.