A mele by Annie Kaikioewa for her daughter, Helina Kaiwaokalani Maikai, 1909.

HE WEHI NO KUU KAMA

He iini he aloha no kuu kamalei
E hoi e pili poli o ka makua
Kuu lei daimana e anapa i ka la
Kuu pua melia onaona i ka ihu
Kuu lei hulu mamo kahiko i ke kino
Kuu ahuula nani kau i ka poohiwi
Kuu lei alii i ka pili umauma
Kuu hiialo hoi o na la opio
Kuu pua hoonani kahiko o ka hale
Hoi mai kaua ka la’i i Apua
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Ioane Ukeke at the Orpheum, 1902.

AT THE

Orpheum

A FIRST CLASS ENTERTAINMENT

BY THE

Palama Dramatic Co.

FOR

ONE NIGHT ONLY

Grand production of a series of interesting incidents in HAWAIIAN DANCING, adapted for the stage by H. C. Ulukou, manager.

Saturday, December 27.

The following Hawaiian dances will be given: Alaapapa, Pahu, Uliuli, Puili, Ili, Kui, Ohelo, Paiumauma.

And Dandy Ioane, the Dude with his Hula Girls.

Box plan will be open at the Orpheum on Tuesday, when tickets can be had.

[That Orpheum seems like it was the place to be back then!]

(Pacific Commercial Advertiser, 12/24/1902, p. 10)

AT THE Orpheum

The Pacific Commercial Advertiser, Volume XXXV, Number 6359, Page 10. December 24, 1902.