John Lamaki in the court of Queen Liliuokalani, 1901.

[Found under: “KA MOOKUAUHAU O NA PUA-ALII E NOHO NEI I KE ALO O KA MOIWAHINE LILIUOKALANI.”]

GENEALOGY OF JOHN LAMAKI.

MAN, WOMAN, CHILD.

*Kalaiopuu, Kaiahua, Nawaakua.

Ikanaka, Nawaakua, Kahalaia.

Kahalaia, Keano, Kapooloku. Continue reading

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Kaiponohea Aea, in the court of Queen Liliuokalani, 1901.

[Found under: “KA MOOKUAUHAU O NA PUA-ALII E NOHO NEI I KE ALO O KA MOIWAHINE LILIUOKALANI.”]

GENEALOGY OF KAIPONOHEA AEA.

MAN, WOMAN, CHILD.

*Kihapiilani, Koleamoku, Kauhiokalani.

Kauhiokalani, Ikiakaponoole, Makakuikalani. Continue reading

New royal pew at Kawaiahao Church, 1891.

Royal Pew at Kawaiahao Church.

About thirty Hawaiian ladies met at 10:30 o’clock Monday, March 9, at the Kawaiahao church for the purpose of discussing the idea of raising subscriptions for a new Royal pew in that old historical building. The meeting was presided over by Mrs. A. Haalelea, Continue reading

Emma Ahuena Taylor remembers Princess Ruth Keelikolani, 1935.

PRINCESS RUTH KEELIKOLANI, HAUGHTY BUT KIND, BELOVED ALII OF OLD DAYS

Her Highness Princess Ruth Keelikolani seemed to have always been in my life.

When she came to stay at Wailuakio (Palama), she would always spend the night in my mother’s home. For her retinue was large and my mother’s home was a convenient place to entertain them all. Continue reading

Mileina Ahia, Kapeka Pinao, and Josiah Haole pass on, 1899.

Freed from Burdens of this World.

MRS. MILEINA AHIA.

In the morning of this past Thursday, at her residence mauka of Waikahalulu, after a short illness, the breath of the native mother whose name is above was taken away, at the age of 57 years old. Continue reading

Eo, e Liliuonamoku! 2018.

HE INOA NO LILIUONAMOKU.

Kahiko ka nani i na kuahiwi,
Ka ohu halii i na pali,
He pali kapu kukilakila,
Mapu ke ala me ke onaona.

Hui:—He alii he wohi hoi keia,
A e hiipoi ia nei e ka Hui Nihoa,
Kohu wai mapunapuna,
E pua ae nei i ka puuwai.

Ianei pu mai kaua,
I ke kui lei pua alii,
I wilia pu ia me ke aloha,
Ka hoapili o ke kai Nihoa.

Hui Nihoa.

[A Name Song for Liliuonamoku.

Beauty adorns the mountains,
Mist blanketing the cliffs,
A sacred cliff standing aloft,
Where fragrance and perfume afloat.

Chorus:—’Tis an alii, a wohi,
Held dear by the Nihoa Society,
Like a bubbling spring,
Coming forth from the heart.

Let us be here together,
Stringing lei of royal blossoms,
Entwined with aloha,
The intimates of the sea of Nihoa.

Nihoa Society.]

[The Hui Nihoa, or Nihoa Society, consisted of members from the group which included the then Princess Liliuokalani who went to Nihoa in 1886.]

(Elele, 9/25/1886, p. 1)

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Ka Nupepa Elele, Buke VIII, Helu 13, Aoao 1. Sepatemaba 25, 1886.