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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU. It. T.. TUESDAY. NOV. 2, 1501.
PRICE . .
HAWAIIAN TOBACCO CO., Ltd.,
Corner Merchant and Nuuanu 8tn.
P. O. Box 078.
Now that Thanksgiving Day Is ap
proaching, hero nro a few Items which
ought to Internal you:
Cull Bleached Table Damask, four lianJsomc patterns to select
from, 70 inches wide, good value for 75c; our price, 45c per yd.
A better grade, 72 Inches wide, for 60c per yd.
Others at 80c, $1, $1.25, $1.50 and $2.50 per yd.
Full Bleached, 24x24 inches, $1.75 per dozen.
A Leader, 25x25 inches, $2 25 per dozen, worth $300.
Extra Qualities, 25x25 inches, S3, $3. 50, $4, $4.50
and $5 per dozen
Fringed Napkins, 75c, $1.35, and $1.75 per dozen.
Now on view In our
storo will bo Riven to
the most popular
child. A votinR. tick
et wilt bo i;lvcn with
each cash purchase.
We have also a good assortment of the
Shamrock Brand of Linens
In sets for round, oval, long and short
square hbles, with full size napkins tu
300 Pieces Aborted
Dimities,Lawns and Batistes
regular value, 1 5c and 20c per yard, to close
at II top $1.00.
Sachs' Dry Goods Co., Ltd,
J I Flexible
We have now a large stock of the
above on band.
CEMENT ROOFING afford! thor
ough flro protection to the building
and Is a non-conductor ot heat and
No rusting, decaying, warping,
cracking or melting; always flexible,
quickly and easily applied.
Pure water flowing from the root
enn bo used for domcstle purposes.
Can bo applied on old shingles or
metal roof. Wind and flro proof. For
flat or steep surfaces.
Wo solicit your enquiries and will
promptly furnish any Information desired.
i THEO. H. DAVIES & CO., Ltd.
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GRAND REMOVAL SALE
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LATEST PHOTO OF KING EDWARD, QUEEN ALEXANDRA AND
THE CHILDREN OF THE DUKE AND DUCHESS OF COHN
WALL AND YORK.
Hero Is n picture of an Interesting group nf royal personages. The
younger In tlio saunre suit standing directly In front of King Kdvtnrd Ik tbe
eldest son of the Duke of Cornwall and York and Is In direct Hue ot sue
evsftlon to tho throne of England. '
Defries Right to Alii Title
In the I. C. Advertiser of October Pmlulalkaahuenunimns tho daughter
.1d last, our attention was called to nf Mahlololi unil his wife Kanckuknal
certain claims set forth by Mrs. Emma'1""1 ,f ,h, "'ll llnc "' Chiefs.
11 ,f.i- .. i.,- k. j 1 . . These prominent rhlefs were In no way
ueirlcs. as being the descendant nt . . j . . .
' , , related, ns hrn..icrs nnd Misters, ns set
somo of the very highest chiefs of thefco forth uy Mrs. Defries. nnd ns having
Islands. Through such n fnlhe ns(r-,een born of the same parents. As
lion, we aro compelled to dispute th wn hiwc stated, thcro are' no luithnrli
eorrectness of her genealogy, nnd her lMl authorities which can Ik- shown to
claims to the proud distinction of be- verify such a stntement. I-et tho read
ing connected to these high chiefs take due notice of the following,
from whom sho claims descent. To concerning these four others, which
any 0110 who knows, nnd Is familiar jtr8. Defries has stated In her grno
wltli the genealogical trees of the dlf- nlogy, to be brothers nnd own suiter
ferent high chiefs of this group of isl- Mso, and she tho offspring of so gran I
anus, 11 is amusing, nhd ror the Snke'nn alliance as claimed. She enumerates
of those who arc not famlllnr, nnd who ni) pillnnlknpiinulnehu, Kauakahlakua,
may be misled to think that her story Kalkllnnlnulnhumanu. and Kamaalc-
.n uunuuu i"". uuu mi it:i.uiiuiii wnntil. Tlicro Is nowhere In nny nc
Justlflable. wo feel constrained to make crpt(Hl genealogy hucIi a record, making
this denial and point out some of the out that they were the children of Kau
unsupported statements she puts forth hlakoma and his own sister as Mrs. De
In substantiation of her aspirations. I fres claims. The correct version gives
Mrs. Defries, who has been living un-t Kauakahlakua ns tbe son of I-onoma-known
as an. AM from her childhood, knlbonua and.Knpoohlwl, nnd Kamna
now comes forth for tbe first time after lewanul as the son of Ikukalalntku one
the death of most of tbe high chiefs, 0f the old chiefs of Hawaii and his
nnd whetl their near relatives haviwif wao, daughter of Kualaneo, one
nearly all passed uway, und claims thati f the old hltth chiefs of the nistrlrt nf
sho Is one of the first claimants to tho 1 Unalna. Island of Maul. Then nrn
For one week only commencing Sat
urday, November 16, our entire stock
will be offered at' reduced prices on
account of removing to Robinson Blk.,
Hotel street, on Saturday, November
23. Give us a call and convince your-'
elf of our low prices.
14 Hotel Street, nenr Nuuanu.
lands, titles nnd honors of tho "Allls
of the land." The absurdity Is ap
parent to tho "old ItamnalmiH," v. itbnut
n word of denial from any uno'of tb
remaining high chiefs and desceuilauU
of thoso who were always known and
clulmed to be "High Chiefs" of these
Mrs. Dcfrlea In giving the pedigree ot
her ancestors, endeavors to Insert the
linmeH nf her alleged ausrestnrs us be
ing directly descended front tho
"House of tho High and Tabu Chlefess
K 0 o p u o 1 a n I Kalunlkaulkaalnneo,"
mother of the Klugs, Kumclmmcha II
and Kamehnmclm III, und their sister
tho late Princess Nahivnnena. This
particular lino of chiefs was one who
were esteemed among even the high
chiefs like demigods. So sacred were
they held, that It was death to a per
son to step across their shadow, or
whoso shadow cast Its shade upon
their house. From the knowledge we
possess not only In writing, but from
historical traditions handed down to
us from our forefathers, It becomAi
General Merchandise, Dry Goods, Groceries-
Japanese Provisions, etc
MAGOON BLOCK, MERCHANT STREET.
E3 . 0. Box 886 ' 3airL 2ir
GRASS LINEN Embroidered Table Covers In All Colors.
HEAVY PONGEE SUITINGS.
CHINESE SILK CREPE CAPE8 AND SHAWLS.
FINE GRA83 LINEN8, All Colors.
All Kinds of Staple and Fancy EUROPEAN GOODS.
NUUANU STREET, above Hotel.,
i STOMACH -
Is compounded with tho greatest of
enro ami contains nothing injurious.
It Ia n safe and rolluhlc remedy for
stumnch complaints nnd has n record
ot' fifty years of cure to Its credit.
Many prominent pliystclnns prescribo
and recommend It ns n euro for dys
pepsia, Indigestion, flatulency, belch
ing, nervoutAets nnd insomnia. Try
It Tho genulno must have our Pri
vate Die Stamp over the neck of the
HILO SOCIETY PLANS
Illto. Nov. 22. The Illlo Colllllon
Club gave their regular monthly lnnco
at tho Illlo hotel on last Saturday
evening, Owing to tho Inclement
weather there m not us largo attend
ance as usual, but thoso present filled
the spacious dining room and danced
until a late hour. Tho weather, tin
UitiMo und n goud lU.or were In accord
rni, nil enjoyed t pl'-iMtit owning.
Ar.long those pruumt .vre Mesdnum
Ilnrlclls, Ilaldwln, Curtis, Lewis, Mc
Kinney, Sedgwick aud Hlcc, Misses
Cheek, Cnnnrlo, l.llllnoe llapal, Lewis
and Ivy ltlchnrdson, nnd Messrs, Cur
tis, Cook, Ualdwin. It. T. Ualdln?,
Jackson, .larvls, l.ocbcnlcln, McKlt.
ney, I. i:. Hay, J. C. Ulitaivay. It Ice,
Simpson, Sedgwick, Winter, Ci'iari and
Nothing being neglected to maki
:he fancy rirtss ball to be given during
'.ho Christmas holidays a successful
affair. Preparations are already In
progress and tho ladles are outlining
n progruni of sin prises for their hits
nnd licuiu, whlcli will bo a revelation
of beauty nnd taste. This bal en
masque Is expected to eclipse all for
mer efforts In this Hue and thoso lu
churge propose to spare no pains In
making tho oecnslun an elaborate nf
the true facts.
K. KKKAANIAU I'ltATT.
M. II. KKIIAAWKLANI KAIIKA,
U KAOPAl'UJ I'KAUODV,
A. K. I'AI.KKALItlll.
i:. K. I.ILIKAI.ANI.
S. K IMJI.EIIIOI.ANI.
1.. K. KAHOAI.II.
Honolulu, November 2,1, 1901.
(To be Continued.)
Pceksklll. N. Y.. Nov. 9. Frederick
II. Vinton, of the little town of Hod
furd, is curving he. printers. He sup
posed he hud; no opposition for elca
tlon us Collector of the town with a
snug little nmount of fees attached.
This year the Democrats and Republi
can of Iledford township, over east.
In Westchester county, the home for
Illlo, Nov. 22. One Important Im
provetiivnt on the Illlo waterfront that
will go forward lnpldiy is that of con
flulug'thc water-of tbu'Walakea liver.
Permission has been grouted by Super
Intendt-nt J. II. Iloyd to tho Mat son
.Navigation Company to muko this Im
provement. Ikglnnlug ut tho stone nbutments
of tho bridge, piling will bo driven a
dlstaiieo of 300 feet out to the sea. The
expense of tho Improvement will bo
In the neighborhood of J30IIO. which
will be borno by tho Matson lino.
The waters of tho Walakea when
confined by tho new works will scoop
1 char.-icl of sufllclent depth to accom
modate tho growing commerce at that
point. Thu present shallow water nas
been a source of much nnnoynneo nnd
lorn to shipping. Thu destruction of
the Hackfeld Inuucli Mohea Is attrib
uted to tho lack of needed Improve
ments at the mouth ot tho Walakea,
ALAKBA ST., NEAR KING.
Everything Very Touching.
Beautiful garden scene containing coffee trees In full bearing, bananas
ant) pineapples, all inside. Eve-ybndy invited.
Evening Bulletin, 75c per month
Metropolitan Meat Co.
Fresh Meats and Fish
by fcvery Steamer
From the Coast that has Cold Storage.
Choice Beef, Veal. Mutton,
Lamb and Pork always
Also Poultry, 8almon and Halibut.
FOR SALE AT
The Metropolitan' Market, King St., Tel. 4$.
The Booth, Fishmarket, Telephone 379.
Central Market. Nuuanu St., Telephone 104.
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1170 River Street.
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P.O. Box 978.
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Only competent help employed.
THE GERMIM LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY
, OR NEW YORK.
Paid to Policy Holders since 1S60 for Death Claims, $14,373,469.6$
For Maturrd Policies 7,507,608.17
Dividends and Surrenders 13,699,134.57
Manacrr for Hawaiian Isl.nJs.
our duty,, and wo assume tlio right, to """ ,urB "' i"" v iiiam 11.
lmp-tr-h Ihn tP.llmnnv nnrt Malm of nobcrton..KOt Up U fusion ticket. TUfl
CollectorHhIp wuh awarded to tlio Itc
puljllcnoa and tho lot (ell to Frederick
Impeach tho testimony and claims ot
Mrs. Defries, because or this unmiti
gated assumption and assurance with
which she tries to falsify tho gene
alogy of theso same high chiefs, from
tho unwarranted liberties of ambitious
and unscrupulous nnnlruntH, who from
pecuniary motives aro setting up
claims through n falsn lino of am en
try from among the old Jibu Allls.
We havo lived at the court of tho
highest chiefs from Kuulkcoull's
(K.III.) time, Just as our parents be
fore us from time Immemorial, iut we
II. Vinton. Ills name wati correct on
tlio list of nominations, tally sheets'.
canvass snects, and was right when It
went to tho County Clerk. Tho tick
ets Mferc printed. Uito in the nfter
noon of election day a Democrat dis
covered that the ticket read Kronk II,
Vinton. Ho Immediately consulted
somo Democratic friends, and they at
once found others nnd all cast their
voto for Collector In the Munlc column
by writing In the name of "James
cr knew or ever heard of any such " .wm".B '" ". . Dam? or m,m'a
people among the names of the old,"""""""-. ' "'8"i wnen 1110 votes
AIIb. n Mra. Hefrle 1. Irrlnir n m.W . wcra Olinted JYank II. Vinton had 480
up at the present time, and whom she
Millmora had 13 and
,.1nln, . Iw. ,,n,.lnF. T . It I. rcuuriCK II. VIBIOH VOtCS. ITOO
disgusting nnd nauseating, and If such abljr BD,ml Rom "ePuWIcnns also dls
pretensions were set up at tho time of v'r;U ,tn 'n 8t'lko "nd vt)tC(, tot
tho Knmchamohas, would have ben''red.orlcn- Vinton, thereby account
dangerous to tho pretender. No ono ,n ,or the no ,votM-
vcr Vnnw nr heard nf Mrs Ilefrte, nnl "' ",urw. rrunK II. vinion IS Olect
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A ' . WORK WONDERS
her parents in pny public manner.
ed Collector. Hut, thcro Ih no such
w ...n. rr.ntfnii Mi.tinn h. man living In tho town of Bedford.
readers of such false and unscrupulous Ju,mc8 "more receives the next high
claims ns Mrs. Defries puts forth. In , ."1 . .1' 13',nnU Ib consequently
print. The genealogy beginning with 0,eelc? ,to ,,h, ,mw Hy n maJory "'
Is entirely untrue, iirrthat portion
where she states that Kauhlakama and
Ills brother had two own sisters, named
respectively, Uintulalkanhumanu nnd
Knunnohnlanl. This Is made out of
wholo cloth and cannot bo corroborat
ed by any recognized authority, living
or written, in existence. Kauhlakama
and Umlkalakauchuakama were sons
of Kamalalawalu, one ot the ancient
Kings ot Maul by bis Qccn 1'lllanlwa
nine, a scion of tho old Maul chlofs,
and no placo Is given In. fbelr genealo
gy that Kauanotiolanl was on own sla
ter of' Kauhlakama and his brother.
over Frederick II. Vinton. Tho casn
will be appealed to tho courts.
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