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11. ’’≤∂ However neither the reiteration nor a corresponding sentence to ‘‘Such is the end of a transgressor’’ appear in the Hawaiian text. It is likely that the sentiment was taken from a statement three pages earlier, in which Kamakau faults Cook for accepting the o√erings made to several akua and for eating the things consecrated to those akua. ‘‘No laila, ua hahau mai ke akua i¯a ia’’ (So the akua struck him), wrote Kamakau. The text in Ruling Chiefs has thus translated what Kamakau wrote as Cook’s transgression against the native akua into a transgression against the Christian god.
Should a famine arise, the Ali ¿i Nui was held at fault and deposed. . Should an Ali ¿i Nui be stingy and cruel to the commoners . . he or she would cease to be pono, lose favor with the Akua and be struck down, usually by the people. . ’’∞≠∞ Land tenure was the central feature of this system of political and social relationships based on obligations as well as bonds of a√ection. When a new island or district ruler, an ali¿i ¿ai moku, came into o≈ce, he or she would appoint konohiki, who were also ali¿i, as administrators over the large district areas called kalana and ahupua¿a.
O ka ¿uku lele me ka makika. 5. ¿O ka laha ¿ana mai o n¯a ma¿i luku. 6. ¿O ka loli ¿ana o ka ¿ea e hanu ai. 7. ¿O ka ho¿on¯awaliwali ¿ana i n¯a kino. 8. ¿O ka loli ¿ana o n¯a mea ulu. 9. ¿O ka loli ¿ana o n¯a ho¿omana, a hui p¯u me n¯a ho¿omana pegana. 10. ¿O ka loli lapa¿au ¿ana. 11. ¿O n¯a k¯an¯awai o ke aupuni. The fruits and the seeds that his [Cook’s] actions planted sprouted and grew, and became trees that spread to devastate the people of these islands. 1. Gonorrhea together with syphilis.