waka returned to the island Hawaii to prepare for the coming of the people from Waolani.
Arriving at the cave, he found there waka and Moo, two kahus of the shark god.
waka heard the chants of the tree people and opened the door of the glorious house, calling for Kahanai to come in.
He felled the tree, and, lopping off the upper part, began the laborious work of dubbing out the waka.
waka did not know whence this chief came, so she went to Oahu and landed at Laiewai.
Four hundred soldiers, supported by as many Ngapuhi friendlies under waka Nené, marched against it.
Mo-o-inanea gave these trees to Iwa, who brought them to Hawaii and gave them to waka.
waka watched over Paliula until she grew up, beautiful like the moon of Mahea-lani (full moon).
waka, by her magic power, looked over the island and saw the three young men living with the three maidens of the snow mantle.
waka called the two trees belonging to Paliula to bring plenty of fish and food.