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" The boy said he was not so strong as he appeared to be, for he had the aid of many little long-whiskered people; his real power lay in spear-throwing and club-fighting. There was only one other young man who was his equal — a youth from Ewa, whose name... "
Legends of Old Honolulu - Page 177
1915 - 282 pages
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HAWAIIAN ALMANAC AND ANNUAL FOR 1904

THOS G. THRUM, hawaiian almanac and annual for 1907 - Hawaii - 1917
...power lay in spearthrowing and club-fighting. There was only one other young man who was his equal—a youth from Ewa, whose name was Kaeleha. Kawelo sent...were not able to overthrow a very strong man from* Halemano. Kawelo challenged the strong man. His elder brothers ridiculed him, but Kawelo persevered....
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All about Hawaii: The Recognized Book of Authentic Information on Hawaii ...

Hawaii - 1909
...dwelt for some time, cultivating the place where the royal lands now lie, back of the Waikiki beach. brothers had been well taught all the arts of boxing...they were not able to overthrow a very strong man fronr Halemano. Kawelo challenged the strong man. His elder brothers ridiculed him, but Kawelo persevered....
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Stories of Old Hawaii

Roy Alameida - History - 1997 - 124 pages
...crowd clapping their hands and shouting. His brothers were trained in the art of mokomoko and umauma. But they were not able to overthrow a very strong man from the place called Helemano on O'ahu. Kawelo asked his brothers if he could challenge the man. "You are...
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