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. Memoirs of the Bernice Pauahi Bishop Museum . the anger of Pele, then you may Residence of Twenty-one Years in the Sandwich Islands, Hiram Bingham, A.M., p. 254. Kapiolani; a Memorialprepared by Mrs. Persis G. Taylor, Honolulu, 1897. Kapiolani, the Heroine of Hawaii, Rufus Anderson, D.D., fromHours at Home, May, 1866. 2 Forty years after this the author rode on mule back over this same path not much improved, and it was indeed inmany places a rough way. THE K.iriOLANI NUI CAPE. 5 ten the power of I Vic; but if I trust in Jehovah, and He shall save me from the wrathof Pele when I break throug

. Memoirs of the Bernice Pauahi Bishop Museum . the anger of Pele, then you may Residence of Twenty-one Years in the Sandwich Islands, Hiram Bingham, A.M., p. 254. Kapiolani; a Memorialprepared by Mrs. Persis G. Taylor, Honolulu, 1897. Kapiolani, the Heroine of Hawaii, Rufus Anderson, D.D., fromHours at Home, May, 1866. 2 Forty years after this the author rode on mule back over this same path not much improved, and it was indeed inmany places a rough way. THE K.iriOLANI NUI CAPE. 5 ten the power of I Vic; but if I trust in Jehovah, and He shall save me from the wrathof Pele when I break throug Stock Photo
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. Memoirs of the Bernice Pauahi Bishop Museum . the anger of Pele, then you may Residence of Twenty-one Years in the Sandwich Islands, Hiram Bingham, A.M., p. 254. Kapiolani; a Memorialprepared by Mrs. Persis G. Taylor, Honolulu, 1897. Kapiolani, the Heroine of Hawaii, Rufus Anderson, D.D., fromHours at Home, May, 1866. 2 Forty years after this the author rode on mule back over this same path not much improved, and it was indeed inmany places a rough way. THE K.iriOLANI NUI CAPE. 5 ten the power of I Vic; but if I trust in Jehovah, and He shall save me from the wrathof Pele when I break through her kapu, then you must fear and serve the LordJehovah. All the gods of Hawaii are vain. Great is the goodness of Jehovah in send-ing missionaries to turn us from these vanities to the living God and the way ofrighteousness. Then, with the terrific bellowing and whizzing of the volcanic gases,they mingled their voices in a solemn hymn of praise to the true God. The reign of Pele was at an end. Long may the victorious Kapiolani beremembered !. FIG. 46. KAPIOLANI NUI CAPE. The virtues of the later Kapiolani, Kalakauas Queen, less spectacular but noless genuine may well be remembered in the beautiful cape which bears her name. KAPIOLANI NUI CAPE. A beautiful example of work in yellow, red and black. It measures in extremewidth 36 inches; depth at back 15.5 inches, and in front 11.5 inches. Of the centralcrescent the lower half is black, the upper red iiwi; the half crescents cut at the frontare divided in the same way, black on the outside, red within. The neck-band is redand the front borders alternate yellow and red. The effect of the closed front is shownin a later illustration. Fig. 51. 52 BRIG HAM ON HA WAll AN FEA THER WORK. KAPIOLANI CAPE. The other Kapiolani cape is quite different in shape and design. It bears on thenet the marks of a burn repaired at some unrecorded time. As will be seen by the meas-urements it is smaller than the last, the extreme width being 27 inche

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