KE AU KAHIKO O HAWAII NEI A ME KEIA AU HOU E NEE NEI
(Kakauia e George Pooloa)
Ke huli aku a hookuku ae i ke au i hala a me keia au e maalo nei e like me kona hou pela no e hou ai na mea apau; ua lohi ke ano o ka noho’na, ua nalo na pupupu hale pili mauu Hawaii, ua nalo na palau moena, nalo ke kuku kapa ana a nalo na mea apau o ke au i ko kaua mau kupuna a nalo pu me na laau a me ka lapaau ana i na maʻi.
[Found under: “NA MEA HOU O HAWAII NEI.”]
Theater.—We went to watch the singing of the Hawaiian youths on this past Saturday night at the Theater, and we have nothing to complain about them; however, it was the Hawaiian Hula that made us truly sick. Continue reading
We learn that a company of young Hawaiians will perform a number of melodies at the Hawaiian Theater Continue reading
Shameful Exhibition.—On Saturday evening last, an exhibition of the hula dance was given at the Theater—the first of the kind ever publicly attempted here. Continue reading
Hilo Plans Gay Events For Kalakaua Festival
By WALT SOUTHWARD
Advertiser Staff Writer
HILO — A parade, with Duke Kahanamoku as grand marshal.
A relay race, with boys using fresh mullet as batons.
A beard contest, with some 50 entrants expected.
A bicycle race, from Kohala to Hilo.
A town, done over in the era of Hawaii’s “Merry Monarch,” King Kalakaua.
These are just a few of the things being set up as Hilo goes into the final weeks of preparation for its “Merry Monarch Festival,” scheduled to take place here from April 1 to 4. Continue reading