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EVENING BULLETIN, HOi.OLULTT, H. T Fill DAY, DEC.
1. 13, 1901.
M lATA. r '
Art Very Acceptable
whether given by a mnn or a wiiman;
Holiday Gifts, and alwnyn In pood tnsto
inn or n wiiman: and they hne the advan
tage of being useful jut well.
Wo havo the finest assortment to be round In the Hawaiian Isl
andsIt Is absolutely complete.
If you will read this advertisement you are sure to find some
thing that will suit 5 our purse and Jour Ideas.
-f"V -f Hoys one dorcn Lace Embroidered Cot-
ll B-f ton Handkerehlefa! orone doicn Lawn
fli Handkerchiefs, Hemstitched and fan-
m-! - cy striped edges.
aft ff B"'" fo"r ' Ladle.' Lawn Handker
VL I I II I chiefs, Embroidered with Lace, or
IIllJ ,nrc (3) I,re Inen In ladles'
r " Handkerchiefs, lace embroidered.
Ladles' Pure Irish Linen Handkerchiefs, with Initials In the
corner; hemstitched; six in a box. for $1.75. Ladles' Pure Irish
Linen Handkerchiefs, with embroidered edges, a great variety to
choose from; prices 50c, 7Ec, $1, $1.25 to $1.50 each. Ladles' Initial
ed Linen Handkerchief, unlaundered, six In a package, for $1.
Children's Initialed Cotton Handkerchiefs, very suitable for Xmas
gifts, three In a box, for 25c. Men's Pure Irish Linen Handker
chiefs, hemstitched, 25c to 60c each. Men' Pure Irish Linen
Lawn Handkerchiefs, hemstitched and Initialed, $2.75 per box of
six. Real Honlton and Battenburg Lace Handkerchiefs, hand-made,
prices ranging as high as $12 each.
B. F. EHLERS & CO., FORT ST.
The HONOLULU INVESTMENT CO., Ltd.
Office Jadd Building, Merchant Si.
THE GREENWICH INSURANCE CO.
Assets $ i, 373,3 1 8.29.
THE INS. COMPANY OF NORTH AMERICA.
Assets 5y.583.79 1. 94. ,
THE NEW ZEALAND INSURANCE CO.
Subscribed Capital 5,000,000.00.
THE VESTCIIESTE FIRE INS. CO.
THE GERMANIA LIFE INSURANCE CO.
THE CANTON MARINE INSURANCE OFFICE.
Subscribed Capital 92.500,000.00.
PACIFIC SURETY COMPANY.
The HONOLULU INVESTMENT CO., Ltd.
General Insurance, Real Estate and Financial Agents
A. V. QEAR, President. , EA.riETT MAY, Secretary.
As we have already stated In our Is
sue of November 2Ctli last, that no
records hao'bcen handed down In all
the genealoglcat tables which ever ex
isted In Hawaii net, that sbnws that
Plllnnlknptinuiaehu was the daughter
Of Kauhlakaina. but only through Mrs,
UcfrlcB'g. own Invention. Sho further
Ktnted that this Hllaniknpunulaehu
married the son of Kauhakama, Kaulo
name Knuhlakarnu never had a son
by that name. Her Imagination then
carries her on to say that this Kau
marries Kllloulanlnulamamao (a mado
liii daughter of Klwalno'n), with his
half ulster Knlanlkauloklkllo Kalanl
akua. Why Is It that this most Im-
liortnnt Incident was not known to
Keopuolanl, Klwntao's known daugh
ter and his only child, and all the
chiefs of her time? And neither was
It known by Kaulkeoull, Knmehamoha
the third, and all the chiefs during his
reign. Such n person was unknown to
all the noted genealogists at Auwac,
David Malo, S, M. Kamakau, Unauna
Abraham Fornander and Kaunahl.
likewise It was not amongst the late
Ktpg Kalakaua's collections. It Is alno
H very strange coincidence, and which
(hows out the plain truth, not only of
the falsity but of the utter Ignorance
which makcfl up this contrived genenlo
gy of Mrs. Defries and her unknown
satellttcs. We return to Kauhlakama
rand trace that line direct from him to
Klwalao, and we And that Klwalao I)
of the sixth generation. Then this
Mine genealogy goes on further and
says that Klwakao's supposed daugh
ter Kllloulanlnulamamao then goei
way back and marries her great, great,
great, great grandfathers mado up
son (oh, horror!) a second Mdhusalch
It seems, which no historical events
ran prove. Dy this marriage she
claims, a son was born, and It was
named Kapakahlll. Mrs. DefrteS "Holms
again that Kapakahlll flrst took unto
himself n wife, the high chlcfcss Kapu
llkollko, and by her they had two
daughters, Llllnoc and Klllou the sec
ond, the latter being the grandmother
of Mrs. Defries herself. We have Ka
pullkollko's genealogy In our posses
Blon, and several historical event,
which took place during her lifetime,
(but It Is not on record that she ever
bore a child. She had two husbands,
the fliht was Uliimahelhcl, they had
LOCAL AND GENERAL
A Happy Christmas !
will be h.ippler Mill when tmp.itlilrd by
a prcttv piwnt.
Wc have :i hollJ.r? sto:l, of FRAMED
PICTUUE8 which .ire really beautiful,
OirisMiiiK "f marine views, mountain
Sienerv and llin-e prrttv lllu.tmtluns from
re.il life, one of p.i-tlctil.ir beauty entitled
WHAT SHALL I SAY!
The whole stock l of a high cradc- at a low price, and is on exhibition
on the walls of our store. Come 11ml hcc them.
WALL, NICHOLS CO., LTD.
TWO .STORES IN ONE.
The Bulletin's special Industrial edi
tion can be obtained at this office or
the news-stands. Price 25 cents.
Q. It. Dcrrey's olllce, S Campbell bid.
Printing mid developing at Honolulu
I'hoto Supply So.
The new brldgo on Nuanu avenue
Mill be built of concrete.
V. I'oulsen wonts a few painters.
See Want column on page 8.
Cholro lots on Wyfllo street near
cars. See For Sale column.
Interesting holiday suggestions in
the ad of the llobron Drug Co.
Jos. Frlas has n lot near Kaplolanl
park for sale. See Wants column.
Eastman kodaks at twenty per cent
below list price at Honolulu I'hoto
A good home well located at Maklkl
for sale. Sec Oeo. U. McClellan & Co.'s
nil on first page.
Furniture for five room cottago is
for salo with prlvelegc of renting. Sea
For Sale column on pago 8.
Four l'orto Ktcans, charged with
vagrancy, are now at the police sta
tion. Their caies will come up tomor
row, Dourbon Whiskey, C years old. 13.50;
Claret, SO cents; Sherry and Tokay, ,7C
cents a gallon at Holfschlaeger Co.'s,
IIIIo property will be sold nt auction
at the front entrance of the Executive
building January 13, Sen notice under
Ka-la, charged with assault and bat
tery on Kllza Aylett, was reprimanded
and discharged by Judge Wilcox in
tha Pollco Court today.
I.ce Tonin & & Co., 33 King street,
coo make you a cigar, any shape, for
Christmas or New Year's, from one to
any quantity, quality or price.
In the case of W. C, King vb. Wm.
Peterson, appeal of plaintiff for the
District Courts Judge Humphreys has
given judgment for defendant for costs.
Peach and Apple Jack (brandy),
from old Kentucky, for Southerners
and others, at the Encore Saloon
northwest corner Nuiianu and Hotel
Judge Estcc excused threo of tlw
trial Jurors who sat on the Illsliop
) j-ii I 1-,-M '
BUY YOUR 'XMAS
MRS. TtlAYUR INJURED.
Mrs. Thayer, mother of Attorney W.
W. Thayer, met with nn accident yes
terday that (nine very near resulting
Mriously mm (iimo uown town on a
Itapld Transit enr and, upon nrrlvlnn
In tlio buslmm part of the city, rung
the bell In order to alight.
A new londiii'tor and motor man wcra
In charge of the car although a couplo
of the old men, acting ns Instructors,
were alto present. Mib. Thayer wan
jut-t In the nit of alighting when thu
new ennduetur rang the bell. The lady
was thrown forward upon the ground
with the result of a skinned elbow and
knee. She was dated and, for a while,
could not tell where sho lived. She
was removed to a down town office and
Inter, tnkoi to fur iidrhe, where Dr. II,
W. Howard was Mimmoned to attend
her. The lady Is very much better to
day, ulthuugh still very nervous.
no Issue. He died i't Hnmnkim. Hawal
Her second husband wns Ke.illlwah.i-1 mac for the rest of the term Mr.
lau, and she lived with him until her j Paldlng, becauso he lives nt llllu; Mr.
death. No Issuo was born to them also. Holllnsheail, liecnnse he has employ
Kapullkollko'sueath tookplacont Kal-iment on Maul, and Mr. Copelanil, hc
lua. Kona. Hawaii, during Kuaklnl's! cause ho hhs sacrlllced $ir.O In hi
time (brother of Queen Knuliiimnnu) wages by attendance tints far.
when he, was resident (lovcrn'or of that ' "
Island, and theie 11 re some people still
living who knew- her un.il the time of
her death. Now, wu do not dispute that
Klllou whs nut Mrs. Uefrlos' grand-
mother, but we do cuntnullct this most! After a wcek'a llincbs and an opera
audacious assertion that Kapullkollko tluu yesterday, Mrs. Dudley 1,. Wails
was her grandmother's mother. Again.' worth succumbed to the invngeM at
Mrs, DefrleM gieat imaginative powers' llrlgbt's uisvano nnd accompanying
arc bringing us closer down to ourl complications nt Inglcslde, on Mne
own times. She cites I.uahlticnul, yard street, l.itt night. The funeral
daughter of Man and Knlllpnkaluii as' will tuko place from tha undertaking
being the second wife of Kapakahlll. j parlors of 11. II. Williams, Fort street,
and by that murrlago a son wns born, at 3 o'clock this afternoon, tho Itcv. V.
named Kallmakahlllnulamaman. This II, Kltcnt officiating. Tho body will be
I.uahlnenui, daughter of Hao and Kal-j cremated and tho ashes sent to the
llpaknliia, or l.unhine Kahaltlopua ns homo of tha deceased In South Ilcnit,
wo Knew her, was the mother of the Ind.
Chlefcstt Konln, and grandmother of, 1 tic case Is 11 paitlcularly sad one.
the late Chlcfcss llcnilce Pauahl Illsh- Mr. and Mrs. Wadsworth cane hert u
op I.unhlue's first husband was Kao- short time ago, the former to accept n
Icloku, and by mm slio tunl KouU,' position with tins Hciuiman in 111s car
Have plettuiR framed
Photo Supply Co.
BUV YOUR 'XMAS
Furniture not only makes
a handsome present but a
useful and acceptable one
as well. .We have many
beautiful afllcks In this
line too numerous- to men
tion here, which we got 1 1
especially for the holiday
trade. CALL AND SEI!
THE STOCK. : : : : :
hopp & co.,
Leading Furniture Dealers
Cor. Ring and Bethel 8ts(
tlaniina and Keolaokalanl. Iler sec-'
oml husbirtid wns Will, and by him she
had three sons. Kahull, Kanaeannle
nnd Kuakl il. I.uahlnl died only re
cently, during the reign of I.unalllo.
We all Knew tho family well. Her
namn Knllmnknhlllmilamamao us tm
knowu In those days. Thu Question
arises, where has this most grand and
highest of all Alii been secreted all
these years by her Bo-callcd unknown
Knhus, nnd why? And nt this l.itn
vlago store. It wns only four or five
moutliH ago that they landed oil Ha
waii's shores, an perfect otrnngers and
now the bcuuvi-d husband Is left
nlono with a grief that Is well-nlt'.h
overwhelming. The young (iniplo ,.rd
Intended remaining hero permanently
and wero juit starting lu tugctlicr on
life's stormy b.Utks, lupry In Iho
prui-pett of tho future.
Mr. Wudsworth Is n native of Ji
same State ns his deceased companion,
day emerges from their hiding place, having been iKirn and brought up In Ii
Ilka inmates from another world, Porte. Tho friends ho has made in mo
gtatsptng hern and thero for "Alll city empathize with him in his grief.
rlclitH' uhleli lines not lielnllif to thent
by the will, of our good ami nll-wiso
Creator, bieathlng Into our ears, wau
tnnly nnd without shame untruths and
barefaced frauduleiiflcs. Kcbo ans
wers, where? The following additional, cnntrlbu
We leave our readers hern for the tlons to the McKlnley Memorial fund
piesent, to revlow what we have un-lhave been received from tho Maknwell
dcrtakeu to do, to give out tills ex- School, Kauai:
planatlou of the truth beforb tho pub
lic, with what It Is In our power to1
gle, and ucqunlnt them of this most
ikuUfiil nnd fabulous creation, which
cr.nnt bear criticism or analysis, ns a
falsi; itnentlon, to satisfy tho ambi
tious hopes of an ill guided and pro-
Makawcll School Henry II. Dyson
,r0; Joa Almeida, .SO; Marlon Hastle,
,G0; Kva Haslle, .GO; Fred Dyson, .50;
Antonn Alameda, .GO; Joe Pavao, ,G0;
Krnest l'nvao, ,GU; Maria Ilryunt, ,G0;
Manuel Ilryunt, .GO; Slenchl Humaokn,
,G0; Hastuyn, .GO; Helen Ilryunt, .GO;
Music is one of tho most heavenly of
arts, and the tones of our Wt-stcrmayer
Pianos do take ono qulto awny and
above this wretched old world and let
him have a glimpse of tho stnr world
You will like tho Westermayer Pia
nos, and you'll not And It hard to buy.
Hoffschlaeger-Co , Ltd.
King and Bethel 8tw.
sumptuous woman, the first of her Shizuou Ynmasultu, .GO; John l'urstu-
kind, that has eertrod the shores of
A. K, I'AM'KAMJIII,
i:. KliKAANIAl' PHATT,
t!, I PHU'IHOI.ANI,
M. II. ICAHAWKI.ANI KAHHA,
S. KAI-UHIKAI KKHOAI.II,
E. K. I.H.IKAI.ANI
I.. K. PHAUODV.
Honolulu, Dec. IS. 1901.
We, tho undersigned, distinctly deny
that wo had anything to do with that
article which appeared In tha Hawa
iian newspaper tho "Kuokua" of No
vember 22. 1901, purported to havo
come from us, which must have been
put in by a maliciously Inclined per
son, who arc defending tnc fraudulent
genealogy of .ru. Defrlea In the Com
do, .GO: (Jlory Almeida, .GO; Fraik-lsca
Almeida. .SO; Augusta Mcnglcr, ,G0;
Henry Mcnglcr, .GO; Wllhclintna.Mcng.
lcr, ,G0; Mela Mcnglcr, .GO; Maria Ho
pozo, ,G0; Emily llopozo, .GO; Gancho
Kushtvorda, .GO; Slgcto Kurntanl, .GO;
Okastu Inowce, .GO; Stuna Yunamoto,
.GO; Otomlo Komastu, .GO; Manuel d
Sllva, .GO; John de Sllvn, .GO; Maria
dc Sllva, .GO; Frank de Sllva, 50; Do
llnda Pavoa, .GO; Omasa Komastu, .GO;
Ida lllackle, ,G0. Total, 1R.
CHIZtNS ME Hi
James S. McCandb.is, who returned
home In tho Sierra as reported yester
day, enjoyed a visit of several months
ou the Mainland. Ho comes back to
Honolulu with wonderfully Improved
merelul Advertiser fur lie purpose of health and physique, having gained
Governor Dole laid; "It Ih best to
be particular about tho authenticity
of papers." N
Accuracy is next In Importance. Ac
curate coplea ara guaranteed when
mado by ,
J. D AVERV, Public Typewi Iter,
Tel. Main. 76. Over Hart's, Hotel 8t,
hurting our side, which re upheld and
Mill uphold. For tha truth, wc sign
our names below.
3. I,. PKr.RHIOI.ANI,
Honolulu, Deo. 11. 1'JH.
A Difficulty Obviated.
Mr. T. Totnler My dear, 1 do not
think It Is very npproprlato for you to
wear that wlnu-rolorod silk to' tho W.
C. T. U. convention.
Mrs. T. Totnler Oh, hut It Is wa
tered silk, you know. linltlmoro
FiuoMob Priutiug a tho Bul
much In weight and acquired a robust
bulge of checks.,
Mr. McCandlees found business hum
ming everywhere he went and speaks
enthusiastically of the era of pros
perity handed down by the martyred
McKlnley to tho resolute Roosevelt.
The returning citizen was accompanied
homo by his father, to the Joy of ills
brothers John A. and Lincoln U as
well as himself aver tha reunion be
tween the patriarch and his sons.
Saved His Day's Pay.
Ai Ideal "
to a Teaiis Lover
The hlglicHt (trade
of this shoe made.
Hub extrn rubber
hoIch, to replace
the present oncH,
when worn out.
A New Tennis
McINERNY SHOE STORE
We wtnt to have just as many people
crowd into our store as possible, and as an
extra inducement this week are Roina to sell
dolls at an unusually low figure.
All the little pirls like dolls, and we have
had lots of experience in handling the kind
that pleases them, so you can come to our
store feeling perfectly sure that you will get
the right kind.
Wo have dressed dolls, unJrcssed dolls,
jointed dulls, kid dolls, stuffed dolls, sleeping
dolls', speaking do'ls, crying dolls, dolls of all
si2es, dolls that say Mama.
Prlces-lOc to $5.00.
One of our special features this week will be the sale of
500 Dressed Dolls at 25 cents each.
CO.MIi AND Slili TIIUM ALL.
SALE OF HANDKERCHIEFS
SPnCIAL VALUES OFFUUED.
Last week in our general advertisement sve spoke of some
handkerchiefs just received irom the manufacturers, direct
from Switzerland; the excellence of these gojds and the ex
ctedingly low prices have caused a gre t demand for them.
We are selling these handkerchiefs at a great bargain those
in greatest demand are the 25c ones; we have some at .5c and
somen' ioc which are selling well also ; then, too, we have
'finer grades running up as high as S 5.00 each. THE 25c
HANDKERCHIEFS we have mai'e our lender and have over
150 patterns to select from, some trimmed with embroidery
and some with lace. In order to sell these beautiful goods so
cheap we were obliged to buy an exfa large quantity, and
e.p?ct the price to he su h an inducement that we will supply
the town wi h handkerchiefs lor some time to come. Come and
see them. W- have one window lill-d vith different kinds.
PACIFIC IMPORT COMPANY, n.
ProrcH lllock, Tort Street
CLINTON J. HUTCHINS,
r.tii"iNt (I 3, M
L 13. Il 'Oy v Mr
mL lr!k J
J. H. FISHBR
Sleck'aid Bond Brekers.
FIRE ASSOCIATION, of Phllad.lphlt,
WESTERN ASSURANCE CO, of Tft
OfMeet 8tangenwald Bldfl, Mo
HONOLULU STOCK EXCMANCB
Honolulu, Uciember i, tool
NAME OF STOCK
LB. Km It Co.. LU..
P1nt.tlnfl Ca .....
Hiwillan Sueif c. ..,
Hononu Sutr Co ..,
Honokaa Sofil Co...,
KtAukii pKnlatlon Co
Koloa Sutir Co
udh sunr wio ,.
I1nni Suva, co
Ookalt Sutir Plao. Co.
OUaSo. Co.. LU., til
Paaonau So. Plan. Co, ,
Paclte Socar Mill
Pal. Plantation Co
Ptpotkoo Surar Co .
PlooMf Mill Co. Aaaat.
Walalna Arr. Co..
Waliolra Soiar Co
Walmanalo Sutar Co .
Walmia Mill Co
WI Scr StaamthlB Co. . .
Iltr-Iland Sua H.Co
rtaoallan E'Kttlc Co. . .
Hm. Ratio' T.fcUsaCo
Oaho Rv A Land Co. .
Paopla'a lea ft R'l'f Co
Flrtt National Bank
HavallanGov tear cant
Hllo R. R. Co. 6 potctnt
non. irapii rraaiil.....
E ptantat'n 6 par cant
Oaho R ft Land Co. pr c
canu riaatation ope
Olaa Plantation A t, r.
Walalua Arrkul. 6 p t .
K .. ..
SHIP NELSON LOST
Portlnnil, Oro.. Doc. I. Wllh twt'n-ty-rlftlit
men on lioanl, tho British
uliip NVIson, boiinil lor Qiiooostown,
Is roiiortnl to hno turncil turtle last
til Klit somo tllstnnca out of Astoria In
tho terrific storm which lins been ras
ing oft the Orenim const for sovcral
days. Tho slili Is said to lino sunk
inimoillatt'ly, carryliiK down to death
the entire crew.
Postage on the Bulletin's special In.
dustrlal edition Is three cents to all
parts of the States.
WILLAIU) H. DIIOWN.
W. A. LOVU.
Halstead & Co.;
ON SUGAR SECURITIES.
921 Fort Street.
Stock and Bond Exchange.
Stock and Bond Broker
Member of Honolulu Stock Exchiugi
Orders for the purchase or sale of stocks
ana bonds carefully and promptly executad.
Ground Floor, Judd Bulldlnf.
Fostoflice Box 190. Telephont '69
McINERNY BLOCK. PORT ST.
Judd & Co., Ltd.
307 Stunfienwald Building.
P. O. Box G07. Tel. Main 228-
No More Dread
he Dental Chair
TEETH KXTUAOTED AND FILLEli
VIlSOLUTELV WITHOUT PAIN bj
lur late scientific method applied to the
uras. No sleep-producing agents 01
These are the only dental parlors In
Honolulu having PATENTED APFLI
VNCES and Ingredients to extract. Oil
ind apply 'gold crowns and porcelain
rowna unJectecnble from natural teetb
1 nd warranted for .ten years, WITH
OUT THE LEA8T PAIN. All wor.
lone by ORADUATED DENTI8TS of
from 12 to 20 years' experience, ano
aacb department In charge nt a Special
1st. Give us a call. nl you will And
ie to do exactly as we advertise. W
will tell you In advance exactly what
irour work will cost ny a FREE EXAMINATION.
Set Teeth, S5.00
Hold Crowns , '...tB.OO
Gold Pll'lnfin ,...! UO
xllver Filling t S
mtiivfait' n ijtii2'
Our name alone will in h mmriint
that vnur work will hp nf the b".t
Kmployer Pat, you didn't work yes
pat-No, sir. vou said you'd clock New York Pciital Parlnrs.
uii 1111111 n ijiiur-ur 11 uu wua 1111 una
Its late. I was forty mlnlta lato, ntod
bo I stayed uway altogether, av coorso.
Room i. Elite nnlrtlnK Hotel ji-
. t LAPIHJH IN ATTF,NnN"V
A Santa Clans
- - IN SHAPE OF - -
2sg ON -ALL -TOYS
1 BOUGHT FROM MB TO
-re!i THB 10th OF OECBMBER
JUST OPENIJD a larRe stock
of Roods ordrred before Inten
tion of altering front of store.
All must be cleared out : t :
B. W. JORDAN'S