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Sunday, April 11, 2004



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Nä Hana Hö‘ino

Synopsis: Continuation of an article printed in "Nupepa Ka Oiaio" on Feb. 9, 1894, questions the validity of defamatory remarks pro-annexxation newspapers made about Queen Lili'uokalani.


E hoomanao ka Lahui Hawaii, ma kela Alakai Aloha Aina a Wilikiko ma o ka 1891; a oiai, o na poe Mamo Mikanele ke noho ana ma ka Aha Kuhina o ka Moi Kalakaua. Pehea! Ua olelo ia ae he punikoko a he okipoo o Kakina? o Damana? o Aukina hoi? a me Akipoka? no ko lakou kipaku ana ia Lumini ka haole Belegiuma? Pehea? Ua puai ae nei ka leo o na Mamo Mikanele, a olelo ae he mau hana lokoino ka Kakina ma no Joseph M. Poepoe Esq? Ua olelo anei lakou he okipoo o Kalakaua? a he punikoko hoi oia?

Aia a na na poe Mikanele e hana a e hooko ke kanawai, e pau ai na poo i ke okiia (wahi a lakou) alaila, noho malie loa iho la; Aka, aia a o lakou ke hana i na hana kipi, e hiki ai ke hoopaiia e like me ke kanawai, alaila, nui ka leo i ke kukala he okipoo, a he punikoko ka Moiwahine. He mea kupaianaha loa keia! Aohe no he lua!

Aia a hanau na keiki manuahi a na mamo mikanele, alaila, kukala mai la, o na poe Hawaii, he poe moekolohe lakou. Aia a o lakou ponoi ke kaa mai nei i ka lepo me na wahine Hawaii opio, alaila, kukala mai la, he haumia loa oukou e ka Lahui Hawaii! He lua ole keia mau hana hookamani.

Aka, e hoolana kakou e na poe Hawaii, e uumi i ka hanu, a e hana lokomaikai aku i ka poe e hoino mai ana ia kakou, a e noi hoi i ke Akua, e kala mai ia lakou, no ka mea, aole no lakou i ike i ka lakou mea e hana nei.

KA LAHUI HAWAII.


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Wai Aniani

Synopsis: A fundraiser for Hälau Häloa being held tonight at Ocean Club from 5:00-10:00.


'Auhea 'oukou, e nä makamaka, e naue aku 'oukou a e naue pü paha me nä hoa i Ocean Club i këia ahiahi mai ka hola 5:00 a i ka hola 10:00 i mea e käko'o ai iä Hälau Häloa ma ka ho'oulu kälä 'ana. He 10 kälä o ke kikiki e komo ai. Eia mai nä hui hïmeni o këia ahiahi, 'o 'Üläleo, 'o Keawe Lopes, 'o 'Ale'a, a me Kilinahe. E kelepona i ka helu 261-0689 no ke kü'ai 'ana i kikiki, a i 'ole ia, e kü'ai mai ma Ocean Club.


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Kamapua'a

Synopsis: The theatrical performance of Kamapua'a will be held at Palikü Theatre at WCC on May 14 and 15. $10 for students, $15 dollars for general admission.


'Auhea 'oukou e nä makamaka puni hana keaka, i këia mahina a'e e mälama 'ia ana ka hana keaka 'o Kamapua'a ma ka hale hana keaka 'o Palikü ma ke kula nui kaiäulu o nä Ko'olau. He 10 kälä o ke kikiki haumäna, a he 15 kälä o ke kikiki no ka lehulehu. Ho'omaka ka hana keaka i ka hola 7:30 o ke ahiahi o nä lä 14 me 15 o Mei. Inä he nïnau, e ho'ouna mai i ka leka ma ka pahu leka uila ma lalo nei: no_kamapuaa@yahoo.com .





E ho'ouna 'ia mai nä leka iä mäua,
'o ia ho'i 'o Laiana Wong a me Kekeha Solis
ma ka pahu leka uila ma lalo nei:
>> kwong@hawaii.edu
>> rsolis@hawaii.edu

a i 'ole ia, ma ke kelepona:
>> 956-2627 (Laiana)
>> 956-2624 (Kekeha)



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Nā Hana Hō‘ino

Synopsis: Continuation of an article printed in "Nupepa Ka Oiaio" on Feb. 9, 1894, questions the validity of defamatory remarks pro-annexxation newspapers made about Queen Lili'uokalani.


E hoomanao ka Lahui Hawaii, ma kela Alakai Aloha Aina a Wilikiko ma o ka 1891; a oiai, o na poe Mamo Mikanele ke noho ana ma ka Aha Kuhina o ka Moi Kalakaua. Pehea! Ua olelo ia ae he punikoko a he okipoo o Kakina? o Damana? o Aukina hoi? a me Akipoka? no ko lakou kipaku ana ia Lumini ka haole Belegiuma? Pehea? Ua puai ae nei ka leo o na Mamo Mikanele, a olelo ae he mau hana lokoino ka Kakina ma no Joseph M. Poepoe Esq? Ua olelo anei lakou he okipoo o Kalakaua? a he punikoko hoi oia?

Aia a na na poe Mikanele e hana a e hooko ke kanawai, e pau ai na poo i ke okiia (wahi a lakou) alaila, noho malie loa iho la; Aka, aia a o lakou ke hana i na hana kipi, e hiki ai ke hoopaiia e like me ke kanawai, alaila, nui ka leo i ke kukala he okipoo, a he punikoko ka Moiwahine. He mea kupaianaha loa keia! Aohe no he lua!

Aia a hanau na keiki manuahi a na mamo mikanele, alaila, kukala mai la, o na poe Hawaii, he poe moekolohe lakou. Aia a o lakou ponoi ke kaa mai nei i ka lepo me na wahine Hawaii opio, alaila, kukala mai la, he haumia loa oukou e ka Lahui Hawaii! He lua ole keia mau hana hookamani.

Aka, e hoolana kakou e na poe Hawaii, e uumi i ka hanu, a e hana lokomaikai aku i ka poe e hoino mai ana ia kakou, a e noi hoi i ke Akua, e kala mai ia lakou, no ka mea, aole no lakou i ike i ka lakou mea e hana nei.

KA LAHUI HAWAII.


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Wai Aniani

Synopsis: A fundraiser for Hālau Hāloa being held tonight at Ocean Club from 5:00-10:00.


'Auhea 'oukou, e nā makamaka, e naue aku 'oukou a e naue pū paha me nā hoa i Ocean Club i kēia ahiahi mai ka hola 5:00 a i ka hola 10:00 i mea e kāko'o ai iā Hālau Hāloa ma ka ho'oulu kālā 'ana. He 10 kālā o ke kikiki e komo ai. Eia mai nā hui hīmeni o kēia ahiahi, 'o 'Ūlāleo, 'o Keawe Lopes, 'o 'Ale'a, a me Kilinahe. E kelepona i ka helu 261-0689 no ke kū'ai 'ana i kikiki, a i 'ole ia, e kū'ai mai ma Ocean Club.


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Kamapua'a

Synopsis: The theatrical performance of Kamapua'a will be held at Palikū Theatre at WCC on May 14 and 15. $10 for students, $15 dollars for general admission.


'Auhea 'oukou e nā makamaka puni hana keaka, i kēia mahina a'e e mālama 'ia ana ka hana keaka 'o Kamapua'a ma ka hale hana keaka 'o Palikū ma ke kula nui kaiāulu o nā Ko'olau. He 10 kālā o ke kikiki haumāna, a he 15 kālā o ke kikiki no ka lehulehu. Ho'omaka ka hana keaka i ka hola 7:30 o ke ahiahi o nā lā 14 me 15 o Mei. Inā he nīnau, e ho'ouna mai i ka leka ma ka pahu leka uila ma lalo nei: no_kamapuaa@yahoo.com .





E ho'ouna 'ia mai nā leka iā māua,
'o ia ho'i 'o Laiana Wong a me Kekeha Solis
ma ka pahu leka uila ma lalo nei:
>> kwong@hawaii.edu
>> rsolis@hawaii.edu

a i 'ole ia, ma ke kelepona:
>> 956-2627 (Laiana)
>> 956-2624 (Kekeha)

This column is coordinated by the Hawaiian Language Department
at the University of Hawai'i at Mānoa, supported by UH
President Evan Dobelle's Initiative for Achieving Native Hawaiian
Academic Excellence.

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