Another political mele composed by Olivia K. Nakea, 1920.

O KALANIANAOLE KA ELELE.

E lokahi kakou apau,
Na kane ame na wahine,
I loaa like na mana koho,
O Kalanianaole ka elele.

E na kupa o ka aina,
O ka Ehukai a o Puaena,
O Kalanianaole ka elele,
No ke kapitala o Wakinekona.

O oe ka elele a ka lahui,
E hana ana i ka pono o ka lehulehu,
Mai Hawaii a Niihau,
O Kalanianaole ka elele.

Paa oe i ka hae o ka lanakila,
Ka elele a o Hawaii nei,
Ahiki i Amerika,
I ka hale keokeo kaukanawai.

Hakuia e MRS. OLIVIA K. NAKEA.
Haleiwa, Waialua, Oahu.

[KALANIANAOLE IS THE DELEGATE.

Let us all unite,
Men and women,
Who equally have voting rights,
Kalanianaole is the delegate.

O Natives of the land,
Of the Sea spray of Puaena,
Kalanianaole is the delegate,
To the Caiptol of Washington.

You are the delegate of the lahui,
To work for the welfare of the people,
From Hawaii to Niihau,
Kalanianaole is the delegate.

Secure the banner of victory,
The delegate of Hawaii nei,
To got to America,
To the white building where laws are enacted.]

(Kuokoa, 11/26/1920, p. 3)

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Ka Nupepa Kuokoa, Buke LVIII, Helu 48, Aoao 3. Novemaba 26, 1920.

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