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Sunday, April 18, 2004



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‘Ohi Kälä ‘Auhau


Synopsis: Similarity of the government with a certain despotic chief of Ka'ü.


Aloha mai käkou e nä makamaka heluhelu, ua ka'ahope aku nei ka lä 'ohi kälä 'auhau. A kaumaha ihola paha ka na'au i ka nele i ke kenikeni 'ole a i 'ole ia, i ke küpihipihi loa o kahi koena 'opihi. He hiki mai auane'i paha nä lä makapehu.

Ho'omana'o a'ela au i kahi mo'olelo a'u i lohe ai ma mua, 'o ka mo'olelo ia no kekahi Ali'i o Ka'ü, 'o ia ho'i 'o Hala'ea, ke ali'i 'änunu i'a, ke ali'i ho'i näna i lawe i ka i'a a pau loa a kona po'e känaka, a 'a'ohe wahi i'a a läkou e ho'i ai i kauhale e hänai ai i ka 'ohana a mä'ona ka 'öpü, a 'o ka hopena, he 'ai wale aku nö läkou i ka lau nahele.

Ua like paha ke aupuni pekelala me ia Ali'i ho'oluhi o Ka'ü, 'oiai, eia paha ka nui o käkou, nä maka'äinana, ua neoneo kahi waihona kälä ma mua o ka ho'oka'a 'ana aku i ka 'auhau, a ma hope mai o ia lä 'ohi kälä 'auhau, ua oki loa.

He aha kä käkou mea e hana ai i mea e pono ai ka nohona a käkou? 'O ka hana a nä känaka o Ka'ü, ua küpono paha ia i ia manawa, a pehea, i këia mau lä, he aha lä ka hana ke küpono 'ole ka hana a ke Ali'i a i 'ole ia ka pelekikena paha?

Me 'oukou nö ke aloha, eia nö ko Mänoa keiki ke ho'i aku nei, ua ahiahi.


Wai Aniani


Synopsis: A fundraiser for Hälau Häloa being held on May 2, 2004, at Ocean Club from 5:00-10:00. A correction from last week's article.


'Auhea 'oukou, e nä makamaka, e naue aku 'oukou a e naue pü paha me nä hoa i Ocean Club i ke ahiahi o ka lä 2 o Mei 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 i wahi e huaka'i ai läkou i Palau no ka hö'ike'ike hana no'eau o ka Päkïpika. He 10 kälä o ke kikiki e komo ai. Eia mai nä hui hïmeni o ia 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 ho'ouna i ka leka ma ka pahu leka uila ma lalo nei, kahikina@kipukaleo.org. A he hiki nö ho'i ke kü'ai mai i kikiki ma ka 'ïpuka o Ocean Club ma ia ahiahi.


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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‘Ohi Kālā ‘Auhau


Synopsis: Similarity of the government with a certain despotic chief of Ka'ū.


Aloha mai kākou e nā makamaka heluhelu, ua ka'ahope aku nei ka lā 'ohi kālā 'auhau. A kaumaha ihola paha ka na'au i ka nele i ke kenikeni 'ole a i 'ole ia, i ke kūpihipihi loa o kahi koena 'opihi. He hiki mai auane'i paha nā lā makapehu.

Ho'omana'o a'ela au i kahi mo'olelo a'u i lohe ai ma mua, 'o ka mo'olelo ia no kekahi Ali'i o Ka'ū, 'o ia ho'i 'o Hala'ea, ke ali'i 'ānunu i'a, ke ali'i ho'i nāna i lawe i ka i'a a pau loa a kona po'e kānaka, a 'a'ohe wahi i'a a lākou e ho'i ai i kauhale e hānai ai i ka 'ohana a mā'ona ka 'ōpū, a 'o ka hopena, he 'ai wale aku nō lākou i ka lau nahele.

Ua like paha ke aupuni pekelala me ia Ali'i ho'oluhi o Ka'ū, 'oiai, eia paha ka nui o kākou, nā maka'āinana, ua neoneo kahi waihona kālā ma mua o ka ho'oka'a 'ana aku i ka 'auhau, a ma hope mai o ia lā 'ohi kālā 'auhau, ua oki loa.

He aha kā kākou mea e hana ai i mea e pono ai ka nohona a kākou? 'O ka hana a nā kānaka o Ka'ū, ua kūpono paha ia i ia manawa, a pehea, i kēia mau lā, he aha lā ka hana ke kūpono 'ole ka hana a ke Ali'i a i 'ole ia ka pelekikena paha?

Me 'oukou nō ke aloha, eia nō ko Mānoa keiki ke ho'i aku nei, ua ahiahi.


Wai Aniani


Synopsis: A fundraiser for Hālau Hāloa being held on May 2, 2004, at Ocean Club from 5:00-10:00. A correction from last week's article.


'Auhea 'oukou, e nā makamaka, e naue aku 'oukou a e naue pū paha me nā hoa i Ocean Club i ke ahiahi o ka lā 2 o Mei 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 i wahi e huaka'i ai lākou i Palau no ka hō'ike'ike hana no'eau o ka Pākīpika. He 10 kālā o ke kikiki e komo ai. Eia mai nā hui hīmeni o ia 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 ho'ouna i ka leka ma ka pahu leka uila ma lalo nei, kahikina@kipukaleo.org. A he hiki nō ho'i ke kū'ai mai i kikiki ma ka 'īpuka o Ocean Club ma ia ahiahi.


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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