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‘Onipa‘a

For Saturday, September 1, 2012

Na Kekeha Solis

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Synopsis: 'Onipa'a Sunday and our beloved Queen’s birthday.

Aloha mai käkou e nä Aloha 'Äina mai 'ö a 'ö o ka 'äina. ‘O ka lä 'apöpö nö ka lä hänau o ko käkou Mö'ïwahine aloha nui 'ia, 'o ka Mö'ïwahine Lili'uokalani. A no laila, e naue aku 'oukou i 'Iolani Hale. E mälama 'ia aku ana nä hana like 'ole e nanea ai a e a'o ai nö ho'i i nä mo'olelo o ia Mö'ïwahine pu'uwai aloha o käkou. I ka hola 10:00 o ka Läpule e ho'omaka ai. A he manuahi nö ka hele 'ana.

He mau pu'ukani ke mele mai ana. E ho'okani pila ana 'o Jerry Santos me Olomana, 'o Waipuna a me Ku'uipo Kumukahi. A he mau hula hälau nö ho'i e hula ana. He mau mea ke kü'ai 'ia ana a me nä känaka e hö'ike'ike ana i nä mea like 'ole.

He hana keaka nö ho'i i kapa 'ia 'o Ka Lei Maile Ali'i. I ka hola 'ekahi o ke awakea e ho'omaka ai ia hana keaka ma ka Hale 'o Kana'ina.

A he mau huaka'i mäka'ika'i nö ho'i. Ua kapa 'ia 'o Mai Poina. Na kekahi e ho'omäka'ika'i me ka mo'olelo pü 'ana no nä lä ma mua pono o ka ho'okahuli 'ia 'ana o ke Aupuni Mö'ï. Aia ana ma nä lä 2, 7, 8, 9 o Kepakemapa. Ho'omaka i ka hola 5:00 o ke ahiahi, ka hola 5:20, ka hola 5:40 a me ka hola 6:00. E kähea i këia helu no ka ho'opa'a 'ana, 534-8880.

A no laila, e hui aku nä maka i Kou i ka Läpule no ka hö'ike 'ana aku i ko käkou aloha i ka Ali'i'aimoku pu'uwai kila.

'Onipa'a.

Ho‘olaule‘a Aloha

Synopsis: The 66th Annual Aloha Festivals is this month.

Ua hiki hou mai ka Manawa Ho'olaule'a Aloha o O'ahu. A 'o ke 66 këia o ka makahiki o ka mälama 'ia 'ana. A 'o ke po'omana'o, 'o ia ho'i, 'o ka “Ho'onui 'Ike” i mea ho'ohanohano ho'i i ke Ali'iwahine Bernice Pauahi Bishop.

'O kekahi mea hou, 'o ia ke apo mana. Ke kü'ai 'ia a komo ka lima, ma kekahi mau hale kü'ai, e ho'ëmi 'ia ke kumu kü'ai ke kü'ai 'oe i kahi mea o ia hale kü'ai. Ma mua, ua ma'a käkou i ka 'ike 'ana aku i ka lipine e kau ana ma ka pälule a me ka päpale paha, akä, ua hala ia wä. 'O ia mau apo mana ka mea hou.

He manuahi nä hana a pau o ka Ho'olaule'a Aloha e mälama 'ia ana. Ma ka lä 6 o Kepakemapa ana e mälama 'ia ai ka wehena ma ke Kikowaena Kü'ai 'o ka Royal Hawaiian. E ho'olauna 'ia nö ho'i ke aloali'i ma laila. E ho'omaka ana i ka hola 5:00 o ke ahiahi.

Ma ka lä 8 o Kepakemapa, e mälama 'ia ana ka Ho'olaule'a no ka po'e kamali'i ma ke Kikowaena Kü'ai 'o Pearlridge. E mele ana a e hula ana nä keiki o Hawai'i nei. Ma ka hola 10:00 o ke kakahiaka e ho'omaka ai ia hana. He mau mea hou aku nö, a e hö'ike 'ia ma kekahi mau pule e hiki mai ana.

E hele aku paha i ka 'ao'ao pünaewele, www.alohafestivals.com

E ka'aka'a nä maka i 'ike 'ia nä hana like 'ole o ka Ho'olaule'a Aloha.

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E ho'ouna 'ia mai na ä 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)
>> 956-2627 (Kekeha)

This column is coordinated by Kawaihuelani Center for Hawaiian Language at the University of Hawai'i at Mänoa.






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Ken_Conklin wrote:
'Onipa'a. 'Ae. E 'onipa'a kakou i ka lokahi a me ke kaulike o ka po'e a pau, noho ana ma Hawai'i nei. 'A'ole e ho'okipi ka mokuahana i na lahui. E aloha kekahi a kekahi kakou.
on September 1,2012 | 05:53AM
elijahhawaii3 wrote:
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on September 1,2012 | 09:54AM
Ken_Conklin wrote:
Hiki mai ka 'elele o ka loko 'ino
on September 1,2012 | 12:37PM
DiverDave wrote:
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on September 7,2012 | 10:34AM
holokanaka wrote:
I guess Kauluhou was one of the handfull of Hawaiians who did not sign the Ku'e Petitions. Gee what happened to your "everyone gets to vote" principal. I assume you are familiar with the Ku'e Petitions.
on September 7,2012 | 01:56PM
holokanaka wrote:
What annexation? Where can I find a copy of this annexation treaty. And don't try to tell me the Joint resolution annexation treaty is a legal transfer of a Sovereign Nation.
on September 7,2012 | 02:05PM
DiverDave wrote:
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on September 7,2012 | 03:09PM
holokanaka wrote:
I guess you are still saying that these islands are legally part of the united states and not an occupied Sovereign Nation. According to the us department of justice 1988 opinion they don't even know how these islands became part of the us. I think you should volunteer you superior knowledge and expertise to the us justice department and set them straight. Furthermore their are some us attorneys in a washington dc court who could use your help given your superior legal knowledge of the legal history of these islands. I am sure you are familiar with these proceedings. Sai vs Hillary
on September 7,2012 | 05:14PM
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