The Queen’s Protest. 1893.

nupepa

KUKALA KUE A KE ALIIAIMOKU.

“O wau, Liliuokalani, ma ka lokomaikai o ke Akua, malalo o ke Kumukanawai o ke Aupuni Hawaii, Moiwahine, ma keia ke hoike paa nei i Ko’u kue i kekahi hana a mau hana paha a pau i lawelawe ia e kue ana Ia’u iho a me ke Aupuni Kumukanawai o ke Aupuni Hawaii e kekahi poe e koi ana ua kukulu lakou he Aupuni Kuikawa no ka manawa no keia Aupuni.

“Ke ae wale nei no Au mamuli o ka mana oi ikaika o Amerika Huipuia nona hoi ke Kuhina Elele Nui, ka Meamahaloia John L. Stevens, ua kauoha aku i na koa o Amerika Huipuia e hoopae ia mai ma Honolulu, a ua kukala ae e kokua no oia i ua Aupuni Kuikawa ’la no ka Manawa i oleloia.

“Nolaila, i mea e kaupale aku ai i na hookuia ana o na puali i…

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E o, e Ka Wahine Hele La o Kaiona!

[Found under: “Local News”]

This past Tuesday [12/19/1911], the students of the Kamehameha Schools celebrated the birthday of Mrs. Bernice Pauahi Bishop; there were a number of cars which brought them to the cemetery at Maemae; and Queen Liliuokalani was amongst the people who arrived to see the ceremonies held at the cemetery.

[And they of course are honoring her again this day!]

(Kuokoa, 12/22/1911, p. 8)

Ma ka Poalua nei i hoomanao ae...

Ka Nupepa Kuokoa, Buke XLVII, Helu 51, Aoao 8. Dekemaba 22, 1911.