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Ka Palapala Hoohalike I Ka Mooolelo Kahiko (A Publication Concerning Ancient History)

By Iosua Toulemina Kamika

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Title: Ka Palapala Hoohalike I Ka Mooolelo Kahiko (A Publication Concerning Ancient History)  
Author: Iosua Toulemina Kamika
Volume:
Language: Hawaiian
Subject: Non Fiction, General Works (Periodicals, Series, idexes, Almanacs, etc.), Hawaiian History
Collections: Education, Authors Community, History, Social Sciences, Literature
Historic
Publication Date:
1842
Publisher: Lahainaluna
Member Page: Hale Kuamoʻo Hawaiian Language Center

Description
He buke uuku keia, he maikai no nae i kou manao, ke huli mai na kamalii a me kanaka, me ka noonoo, a me ka makemake e lilo i poe naauao. Pela oukou e hana, e ka poe heluhelu. Mai hoomauna i ka manawa ma ka heluhelu wale. E imi ikaika i ke ano. A pau i ka heluhelu, alaila, e hoi hope, a heluhelu hou aku, a heluhelu hou aku, a paa ka naau. Ina pela ka hana, e lilo paha keia buke i mea e pono ai na kula, a me kanaka. A maopopo ka pono o keia huke, malama e kakau hou ia, mahope aku, he buke hou e akaka ai ka Mooolelo o na lahuikanaka e noho ana i keia manawa. Nau na ka mea i hoolilo i keia.

Excerpt
Ua oi aku ka makemake o ke kanaka e huli i kekahi hana ke ikeia ka hope, a me ka uku o ia hana, mamua o kona makemake, ke ike ole ia ia mau mea. No ia mea, ua akakaia, e ao oluolu ia na mea i kakauia iloka o keia buke a me na mea like, ke ikeia ka uku pono i loaa mai ai, mamua o ka oluolu ke ike ole ia. Ua maikai kela mea keia mea e like me kona hoolilo ana ia kakou i poe noho malie, a me ka pomaikai. Oia wale no ka maikai o ka ike a pau loa. Nolaila, he pono e ninau, pehea e hiki ai ko kakou ike i ka Mooolelo ke hoolilo ia kakou pela Pehea e waiwai ai keia ike Pehea e hoolilo ai keia ia kakou i poe noho malie, a i pomaikai hoi Ua ike paha keia ma keia ninau, Heaha ka Mooolelo O ka Moo—olelo, oia ka mea i hoakaka mai i na mea i hanaia e kanaka e like me kakou, o ka poe i ola i na manawa okoa, a me na wahi okoa, e hoopuni ana me na mea like iki, like loa paha, me na mea e hoopuni ana ia kakou. He kumu no ka hana a keia poe i hanai, e like me ke kumu no ka kakou hana ke noho like kakou me ia poe. O ka Moo-olelo ua like ia me he aniani la e hoike mai ana i ka hana a ke kanaka i hanai mamuli o kekahi kumu. Elia kekahi: Ua hoike mai ka Moo-olelo i ka hope o ia mau hana, ina he maikai, ina he ino, i loaa mai i ke kanaka, a i na kanaka paha e hana ana ia mau mea. Ano, heaha ka maikai o keia.

 

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