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 Honolulu1915 - 282 pagesSnippet view
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...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...