I wonder if one was found, 1882.

WANTED—Anyone having a copy of the book “Laiekawai” [“Laieikawai”] to disposed of will please call at

J. W. ROBERTSON & Co’s

(Daily Bulletin, 10/11/1882, p. 2)

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The Daily Bulletin, Number 217, Page 2. October 11, 1882.

Opening of S. N. Haleole’s telling of the story of Laieikawai, 1862.

THE STORY

OF

LAIEIKAWAI.

INTRODUCTION.

{Pertaining to Laieikawai.—The Moolelo Kaao was held by the one publishing this story in his Book of Moolelo for eighteen years and three months, beginning in the month of August, 1844. And the one with the Book of Moolelo comes Kailiokalauokekoa. But it is not only these stories in the Book of Moolelo; the moolelo of Painahala as well, has been preserved in the month of October, 1847. The length of this story is like the story whose title appears in this introduction; being that Laieikawai is 375 pages and Painahala is 363; but the telling of Painahala is almost the same as Keamalu, except the grandmother is different. Continue reading

Laieikawai and Death of Cook at the Opera House, 1902.

Next Attraction at the Opera House.

There was a very good rehearsal last evening of the Hawaii Ponoi Dramatic Club in their hall on Kaahumanu street. This club will give a dramatic entertainment next Saturday evening at the Opera House. Continue reading

This sounds like it was a good time, 1902.

THE LAST NIGHT TO SEE THE BEAUTY OF PALIULI, LAIEIKAWAI

Because of the big rain and the muddiness of this past Week, therefore the performance of LAIEIKAWAI and LONO CAPTAIN COOK was postponed to this past Saturday, the 22nd of March, 1902, and it will be performed once again on this Saturday, the 29th. Continue reading