A mele composed by William A. Kiha for La Kuokoa, 1876.

HE HIMENI NO KA LA KUOKOA.

[This is a song that will be sung by the school children at the church of Kaumakapili on that day that our Independence was recognized.]

La hauoli keia no kakou a pau,
La Kuokoa—e
Kou Hae nani e Hawaii Ponoi,
E mau aku kou welo ana i na kau a pau loa.

Cho.—Hae nani, Hae nani o Hawaii nei,
E mau aku kou welo ana.
Ma na la nui, la Kuokoa,
Huro no ka Hae Hawaii. Continue reading

Kumulipo, published by Joseph Liwai Kukahi, 1902.

A FINE MOOLELO BOOK

“KE KUMULIPO,” A HAWAIIAN MOOLELO TO BE PUBLISHED BY JOSEPH L. KUKAHI.

We received a Hawaiian moolelo book being published by our good friend, Joseph L. Kukahi. The name of this book is “Ke Kumulipo,” and it is an authentic Hawaiian moolelo book showing the different ideas about the birth of this archipelago. Within this book are a number of beautiful mele showing the thoughts of the ancient composers of mele of ours pertaining to the birth of the first man, the first woman, and the land upon which we live. Continue reading

Ka Moolelo Oiaio o Kaluaikoolau, 1906.

TO BE PUBLISHED AS A BOOK.

The true and correct story of Kaluaikoolau called by the name Koolau for short is here and will arrive. It is a true story of his live and everything pertaining to his actions in the valley of Kalalau for three years or so, beginning in 1893 until his eyes closed and dust returned to dust in the peaceful bosom of that famous nook.

There are 150 pages and many pictures.

One Dollar per Book; Cash only.

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KAHIKINA KELEKONA.

Honolulu, May 2, 1906.

(Kuokoa, 5/11/1906, p. 4)

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Ka Nupepa Kuokoa, Buke XLIV, Helu 19, Aoao 4. Mei 11, 1906.