Still need 'jan pi kalama musi' in the first line.
I'm not that there is a difference between 'suli e ijo' and 'kama suli e ijo', but, if told there was one ans asked to figure it out, I would suggest that the longer form probably suggested the increasing was a side effect of what one doing, whereas the shorter would be either neutral or come down for that being your chief interest. This reading is influenced heavily by English "come to" but seems consistent with other things said about 'kama'. A military bugle boy's music (?) is primarily to stir others up to fight on, so the short form would be the right one for the captor to use.
Well 'pali ike' literally means "to work poorly" open to a variety of interpretations, including, possibly, "to do evil" (which is a poor -- unpona -- thing to do)OOn the other hand, 'pali e ike' fairly unequivocally says "to do/make evil (things)", so is the safer route to take.