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nVKNINO nOI.LHTIN, HONOLULU, V. II., WIJDNKSDAY, JUNH 3, I90S
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AND NOT EXPENSIVE
Woman's Welt Sole, street Oxford, a smart, attractive
All sizes and widths.
Mclnerny Shoe Store
There's something soft and pleasant about its flavor
that is different from that of other tonics.
It's what you nc:d for your annetitc and digestion.
for men, women, and children. Guaranteed quality, good
material and fast color. TEN CENTS A PAIR. Extra
quality WINDOW CURTAINS going; this weflc at FIFTY
CENTS A PAIR.
3L. AllOy, Nuuanu below Hotel
from the Coast
Home-Made Candy Fresh' Every Day
Try some other. Then try this,
have had it for years.
We have the Sole Agency and
Because wc have found it tho best!
Penman has the finest Creamery in California.
LEWIS ,& COMPANY, LTD.
FAMILY GROCERS. ' 160 tflNG ST. TELEPHONE 240,
POKE DAVID DIES III
(Continued from Pace 1)
will bo sent heio In llio Maiicliiirln, nr
'riving Miout .lime II. They will bt
I placed In stuto at the Catholic Cathe
dral, after which they will ho placsd
In tho Mausoleum with tho usual roy.il
l'rlnoo David Lanmca Kawnnaiiakoa
KntiuIuiHiiilli IMIkol was nut only cru
nted n prince as a inumbcr of the Kit
laknua dynnrty, hut ho was descended
from lines or kingly ancestors both ol
Hawaii ami Kauai, and was the creel
grandson nf Kaumualll, tho last king
nr Kuual. Prince Davlil wan horn
Kobru.ny 19, 1808, at Kanla, at the
mouth of Patioa Valley, Honolulu, on
tho old homestead of Kaiilolaul.
queen-wife of Kins KalakaUn. Ho
waa the Don or the High Chief David
Kahaleoidll IMIkol and tho Princes
Klnolkc Kvkaullke. David IMIkol was
the son of tho Chief Pllkoi and the
High Chlcress Kekahlll, tho latter be
ing tho slater of Kainkea, father of
Queen Lllliioknlanl, thereby making
tho Into l'rluco D.ivld second cousin
of tho Queen. Tho Princess Kcknu
liko wus the daughter of tho High
Chief Kuhlo and tho Princess Klnolke,
tho latter being tho daughter of Kins
Kaumualll, last king of Kauai, who
relinquished his rights to tho throne
to Knmehameha tho Great. King Knu
mualll married the Princess Knpiina
iiioliu. his half-sister, their mother bo
lug tho Queen Kamaknhele. Pi luce
David's grandmother, llio Princess Kl
nlokc, was called n "mauplo," which
means that she was tho Issue cf two
high chiefs, thereby nlvliiB her the
hlfthcst lanl: shown In llnvall'in geu
Prince Dnvld's Rrcai-Rran Ifathcr,
Kuhlo. was n son of l.ankci, a hlch
chief, who In turn was a ilotcon.lant
of Queen KalanlltaulLiehlwl, n qwen
of Hawaii. Oiboth hides of the houso
Prince Knwannuakoa mines from my
ul HueaBe of Knitil niul Hawaii.
The Pilnco was educate! under tho
late Alalau Atkinson and at Puliation
CiiIIvku, nnd l.iler ho becaino a stu
dent at tho San Mateo Military School
In California. He wns iflerwardH sent
to KliBland, where ho attended eeliool
for lo years, travcllnB much on tho
continent and holnfj rerehed In "iauy
of the loyal courts of Europe. Ills
hiolher, Prlnco Kuhlo Kalanliiunol",
tho piehent Uelegale to Congress fiiun
Hawaii, accompanied lilm throughout
K u rope.
When King Kulnkntin was crowned
In lSftf (about nine years after his
ncccsclnn to tho throno of Hawaii),
Pilnco Kuwaunnakon, with his two
brothers, IMwaid and Kuhlo, w.a cre
ated a Prlnco of the Crown of tho
Kalakaua dynaMyr so tint ho would
lie In Hue of succession In tho throne
ns Kah'knu'i III. Tho Prlnco waa al
ways present with tho KliiK at BUtoi
rercptlons, banquets m.it V-Oea, and
on nil formal occasions ho recchod
with Ills Majesty. '"Vhnovej- tho
King mado'calki nbo rd foreign war
rhlps, Prlnco David ccconiioiileil lilm
After tho death of Kalakaua, tho
Princes David nnd Kul.to ii tided witfi
llio widowed Quetn K.iplolanl, mainly
at her homo In WnlMkl. wnlcli Is now
the homo of Prlnco I'alniitaunolc.
lit 1900, when Hawaii became n Ter
lltory, Prlnco David was the candidate
of tho Democratic party for Delegate
to Congress, l mining against Colonel
Hantuel Pniker, llepuhllcaii, and Rob
ert Wilcox, Homo Ilulcr, tho latter be
ing elected. Pilnco David was alt-o
ono of the delegates to the Democratic
Convention at Kansas City In 1D00.
Tho haiidsnino silk banner borne to
Kansas City by tho delegates Is now
uu ornament of the Kawunanakoa
homo on Ponsncol.i street.
On January fi, 1902, Prlnco Kawana
nakoa man led Miss Abigail Kahlka
ahuulii Caiuphell, daughter of thu lato
James Cnmphcll, at tho old Occidental
Hotel, San l"iunr4-co, JuU tlneo dayn
after the muirlngi' of h tuotlu-r, Mrs.
Alilg'ill Canipbell, to ''donyl Samtiol
Parker at tho liuino place. ArchblFlt
oji llcnrdon, Illfhop Moutgimcry and
Futlier Prenderg 1st offlplal"d. Tho en
tile parly went lo Washington, I). C
to spend their hoiicyn oon, (ciualnliig
I hem two weeku, and then returned lo
Kor tho past four yenra Prlnco and
Plllicoss Kawunanakoa luivo ielded
at their attraetlvo homo In Pensutola
Ilesldes hhi hrnllior, I'rlncu Kuhlo
Kalaiilauaolo, the deceased leaves sur
viving lilm the Princess Kawnnnnakoa
nnd their thrro children, Abigail Ku
nlolanl. iisml five jeors; David Kala
kaua, four years, and Lyilla Mlluoka
lanl, three years.
At tho Kawananakoa homo there
albo reside an old native couple.
Kauai and ,hls vlfo Kclllkelo, both nf
whom have, beeB with the lato Prlnco
since his birth Kauai la 87 years of
ago and his wife 83. Kauai has been
Pilnco David's personal attendant al
ways, and accompanied tho youu;:
P,rlnco when he went tn Kuropo. Uu
traveled with lilm nu tho malnliid In
later years. The old t-nuplu feel that
they havo lost their own child.
With Prlnco David at tho Jlmo of
his death were Colonel and Mrs. Sam
uel Parker, ovflovernof John linker
of llllo, the Misses Mm lei and llo.it
Hxcurslou of Sail l'raneUcn's bus
iness men binds tics of city. with lii
HONOLULU STOCK EXLHAK6E
HONOLULU, June 3, 1B08
AM or- stodif
2 Urrrr ft Co -
stir: a R
Rwa rirUtlnlioti Co ...
Iliw Cim Af iij:Co ..
Itiwnhin SiiRr Co,..
Iloiioniii Ptigftf Co .
HminkfA Sugar Co ..
Mnikti Suiter Co
KnhiiVu invitnllnti ("o
Klpa!mlL J-iignrC' ....
Krloft SitRHf Co
MrltryilcttUKflr Co ...
On tm Siipar Co ....
Onone MiRnr Co ...
(VkoSmnr PtanI Co
OlaASuxnr CoUtl ....
rental! sitRr rwn uo
rata rianfttfcm Co ....
Prtcrkfo pr Co...
Win tun Affrlc Co....
W'Hukti Sueur Co ....
Vu intra Susar Milt Co
fnttrhUfi(l Stcnni NCo
Ilawnlinii LicctrlcCo .
llonR r & I Co Com
Mutual T1rttimic Co
NliikJ Rklificr Co.,
Natnltu kulibcr Co A.
Oahti K.'V I.C
llllo ft K t'o.
Hon lift MCo!
Hawalt.tn I'inc.-ipttlc Co.
Haw Tir 4 ir,..
HawTcr tit pc ,
Haw tct pc.....
Haw Gov't j pc
C '-M Shk fk Krf Co
6 pr. .
il?HiuSiinr t'o6 pc
Hum Ditch Co,
II w Cttm U Sur Co J
Hau Situar CobpC...
Hilo K RCo Cnu b pc
Hon R T & LCo6p c
k'aliiiku l.ant Co 6 pc
Oalu U.V I.Co6tcV
Oiltu PuKr Co $ pc ..
C'tt Suhjt Co 6 pc
I '.it- Stic Mill Co, s
i'rfi.i I'l.itiMiioti Co ....
P'onrrr Mill Ol 6pc
Wal.ilua iriCo spc
BM 1 1
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Vildil Ik i
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.iiii no' ,i
I, rill II,
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Halciwa the Restful may be en
joyed for seven days and railroad
fare paid by any person who turns in
to the Bulletin office ten paid-up
yearly Daily subscriptions.
Children's coals. Whitney & Marsh
Hunt 1'iuiiMln tars. Stkyd Stbh.'
Ohelo jam, the famous Volcano ber
ry, at nil giocers and factory.
The baud plajeil this morning at
the departure of the Alameda.
milieu J. Waller Is vt-m'tlltig with
the Intricacies of an automobile.
Hunk! Honk! Cull 1111, J. A. Me
l.eod, for tho pleasantcst auto ride.'
Mis. II. 11. Bryant was n departing
e-'nengcr In the Manna Kea jestei-Uav.
.jiltlsh Consul I'orsler left in the
Manna Kea yesterday for the lllg I
King 109 for flno Studeuakcr, five
seated auto; day or night. Club
Dr. Cofer Is planning to again sjs-
ti'innllzo the work of the Hoard of '
Allcgrctti's chocolates fresh at
Benson, Smith & Co. Found and half
Miss W. Hllva of Kami was among!
tho outgoing passengers on the llalli
There will bo a meeting of the j
Hoard of Health on I'ltdav afternoon j
at 3 o'clock. I
Win. Mutch lift In the lualaul last,
night for Moloknl, whole he has n1
largo contract. I
Tako your carriage or aiilomobtloi
to Hawaiian Carriage .Manly. Co. lor1
iip-to-dnlo repairs. I
An appeal has been taken In the '
ease of tho Tenllory vs. Manilla, to
the Circuit Court. I
llev. A. II. Weymouth was n itep-irl
Im; pasHLiiger on tho hv.ilaal . liM
uKht for Molokal, I
Why n,it speiin tho slimmer at mm j
of tho bculilo (.'ounces' Uligugo j j
IM. Dekmii mid Mr. Wakelleld of
llila illy wtie about to lcno Now i
Yoik for Km ope on the "li-l of May.)
For a thirst, u good bite, mid n I
"nliake" with nil your sporting!
friends, go to the I'ashlon. i
.liulgo Hard? of the Kauai CiicuH
Coin t. reiiirned to his home last night i
In tho steamer W. (i. Hull
It. (1. Heiidcison and C. IIa wvic
among llio Hall pahr.cngeia who left,
for Kuunl yesterday afternoi-n.
The Litest estlmales for the l'Ji'S ,
crop of sugar In tho Islands glvo a
total of ItC'.lSO tons, as ug.tliist llu.017
tons last ju.tr.
The cosis of tho IVdcral Courlr for i
wllnets anil Jiuor fie.i aro aboiil $ t Olio
pir week. This has been the cai-e for,
tho pai.l three.
Now Is your ihniico to effect a big,
saving In underwear Ladles' iinii-llu
mulerwenr Is helling nt Klein's at Idg
'lit counts. See the values.
On Installments of S3 per month you
rnii purchase u While laiully notary
ew lug machine. Denny & Co., Ltd.,
;ents, 12C(i Kort St. Phono 4bb'.
On Monday the Anti-Saloon League
When n New York political leader ld to engago lion. A. I, C. Atkln
, , , , son ns Its legal iidvlser. I In bus uc-
talks to a captain of Industry about ct,)ted tho position and begun work,
pioinotlon ho docs nqt got on u step- if your cash register docs not work
ladder; ho stands on tho ground and just right, take it to the expert at
shouts his figures, so they will bo j the Hawaiian OfScc Specialty Co.,
high enough. Hclng the man higher Ltd.: Phone 143.
mi. he must mako the price of legit.- 11 Ureen, the senior member of tin
l,.Tlvr ...,l. l.t..1i ,,i,,-l, l,i i.nnliln llrui of M. Phillips li
lilm to dlvldo with tho mini lower
Just let us point out two things to
yon, if you arc. You'll need
And, before you pay for an Ordinary
Steamer Rug- or Suit-Case, IT'LL PAY
YOU to sea the fine line of them at
ELKS' BUILDING, KINO ST., nr. FOIIT. PHONE G51.
Plenty of Water
Sales Iletween Poinds: .17 Oalnt
Sug, Co.. $23; ' Ml llode. $1; SO Kwa,
$27.73; B Jlonokn-i $11.73; 20 i:va,
$28. Session: P"i Oaliu Sug. Co.,
2S; 25 Ujin. II. ( M Co., $22.
Lnteit cugsr quotation, 4.3S cctts
or $87.20 pel ton.
London Beets, lis 3d
Sugar, 4 36
Henry Waieriiouss Trust Co.,
Stock and Bond Derailment
Mcmben Honolulu Stock and Bond
WILLIAM W 'L .MiOM, MauHkU.
PORT AND MERCHANT 3T8.
TEL. PRIVATE CXCHANQE 4.
When there's a Water Shortage, you'll have plenty
of rjood, fresh water, i" you liavc on of our
Made of the hsst Ee:l7no3, with round iron hoops.
They are Non-Shrinkablc, anil so never leak. They keep
the water sweet and fresh.
Wc have them in 3z:s frcm 500 gallons upwnrJ.
FEHS k COOKE, Ltd
177 SOUTH KING STREET.
I IT (M 10 BDV m
down. That Is the sort of man Cits.
Murphy iiortrnjB In "Tho Mnn of the
Hour" as llorrlgnn. Ho may bo
John Mnrrlsy, John Kcllsy, or Klch
ard Corrlgnn; In fact, any of the
Tammany busies, fur there is not n
Siindc of dlffercuco between them.
His is u great rhaiactei- because It
lvery truly leiirrhoitts a class. The
other parts .lie good and some liilcr
cstlng dlsi'Insuies nio iii.ido whith
show that the nilthor of the plece
w.is onto his Job. Scats for the pro
li:i tlou arc now on salo at Wall,
N'li'hols Co, ami the di'iiiand for
Hawaiian Iron Fence and monument Works
NEXT TO YOUNG DLDO.. '7H-190 KING STREET.
Has Moved to
153 Hotel St.
OPPOSITE Y0UNO 1I0TEI
Co., and hi
daughter, have uirlved from ilie Co ml
an I will spend a iiiouth or six wuXs
Ilr. Ilrlnc'iteihnff will nddres.i the
niirbcs and helpers from the lnui'vo-
lent and frateunl organizations this i
evening in room Oi, Young holt I. A
full attendance Is ii'uei(ud.
On Saturday evening the annual
convention of llio Young People .
Union will Im held In Kaiiniak.ipl'l
ehilieli, rdiiuiK'liellig at 7' SO o'clock
Ho.'. Mr. OloMin will sp.jk lo the
The llooiilii aud 1 Ionia L.lhul So
ciety has postponed Hh lenulir uionlh
I ly meeting to nel Wednesday ino-ii
lug, .lime in, til o'clock, at the IC.iplu
l.ml Mi.temll.v Homo, out of ii'i.iiic-t
AND BACON, Not too fat but just fat enough to make
the meat juicy. Bake one for Dinner after the fashion of
the chef of the S. S. China and you will have something
METROPOLITAN MEAT CO, Limited
rl8iio!u!iiC9!istrycti6R(i!iiEJ Orayiog Do.,
rilONE, OFFICE 281. P. 0. BOX 154.
Fort St.. 0pp. W. G. Irwin & Co.. Ltd.
Wc do all kinds of Teaming; also deal in Crashed Rock,' White nnd
Ulack Sand, Broken Coral, Garden Sail, Etc. SATE MOVING A SPE-
thorn Is huge. If you want lo see ,,, ,ll0 .0 ji, ,.,, i)lvm Kawanaim
"oiiielhlni; good and ut Hie same lime ; kea.
help thuyarlit fund, go now- aud l'"
rcrvo jour scats.
Tho following excellent uibi will
Alwjn llcnnctt W. I). Adams
Clias. Wnlnwrlght. . . .W. L. Iliuory
Scott It. tllblsi II. 1C. Arnold
Itlchnrd llorrlgnn. .. .A. I). Murphy
Junius Phel.in (!co. C. Potter
Perry Carter Wnlnwrlght
Thoroughbred Registered Jersey Bulls
llonry Thomp3oii ,
It. V. Knlierts
Miss 'Xolllo McLaln
. . . . Mr. Webb
. . Mr. ConucsM
. .. W. Ii. Kerr
.(I. C. Sdiacfer
. . L. S, Con u ess
Tke Pond Dais?y
A iiorse thrco montns lor lilauccp
Address P. O II. 49B. 4019.1W
Mis. Ilcuuett . . .
. ... Mrs. Webb
Tho Hawaiian baud will phy nt Aula
Park this ovenlug nt 7.30. l'ollowlng
is the piogram:
Ouilino ".lolly Students' ... Suppo
Willi!! "Liiurii" Mlllocker
"(Iciiiian Tat loo" Sard
Selection "Hrniinl" Veull
Vi'cnl lliiwall.m Song...ar.
by llnrger and who shipped out fiom Kort Sliaf-I
Sidcctlii'i "Pilnco or Pllsen".,I.ulurstcr when ho found out that llio po-Intermei7.o-"ltlck
and Wlilto" ... , iir woro EOi,1B r,or 1,1,11. was yes-
1 torday afternoon captured ut Wala
In.Ki by Dolcrllve Hecves riefves
Furnished or imfurnlkltcd cotiigo In
the tool Nuuanu Valloy. Apply
Mis. i: M. Taylor, Youni libit
nr. Iiv nonzei.
"Tho Slur Spungled llnuncr." ""' "n" " Wnlumio tn lool; Into
- . - m 1 homo other miittcis when ho heaul
Ppcllle Mull officials say that that I of tho presenco of n strangor who
Orders havo been Issued In the 110
llri ttint limnnftni niilf,4 will li'ir.'n.l
fiom Iho Kninia Hipiaro linml con.-ortu. The purc-brcd Jersey Bulls, Ojibway of Y. B,, A. -7. C. C, No. 60247,
This U 011 account of tho crowded con-, and Gucnon Lad, 2nd A. J. C. 0., No. G2301, at service at $10.
union or mo rom inning niu eouceris
en I on orcnunt of thu iif.Uo iiimte ,'',lT'jl 85)0
,n.' tiiiiv iniii-c 1
l,n.l.l tl,..,u..ll ..,1.,. Mwi.lc .if I!, ,l,
,'b,,i, iiunpvii tiiu .,,(, iif 11. .',,
Africa," who Is iccognlzed iib Ilie
greatest speaknr In Africa, will speak
In Central Union ( lunch thu last Sun
day of tin) present month. He will
nrrlvo on Die .Manuka June 7 uml
nlnn off nun boat.
All alarm or flru Vas tinned In yea
lenlny iiftcinoon .fcnm box 127 for a
blaze In tho Saltation Army Hl?cuo
Home, at lffSU King street. An ex-'
plodlug oil stove caused thu woodwork
of the kitchen to Ignite. The lire com.
pauy fiom Alaklkl station exllngiitrhed
It on arrival at tho .house. Tho 'lam
ago done lsviy slight lo thu house.
"That scene, Atuj. when the fool
lull lady visits Ilie man In his 10011m,
somehow I felt that sho would sli 11
out fiom MMiiuwhcro and pnteud iho
hitteis were fiom her. Oh, how 1 like
that bit where tho snyu with noble
scir-1-ar.illlco, 'Ho Is my nftliiuceil lui3
haitil.' Ileal plays 1110 always about a
lady mid two nieii, Alas, only ono of
them Is her hushiiul. That's life, ou
know lis called Ilie old, old Irluiiglu."
Leonora In "Allco.Slt.by-Oio-l'lio.V
Poole, tho soldier who Is wanted;
1 for u Jewelry theft In Sacramento,
om New York
10c a yard
16 2-3c a yard
steamship company Is-Buffering fiom
phllaiilliiopy of trnimcnnttguiitiil i.'ill
niibwcied to Poolo's description,
l'liolo nfforcil no reil.taiice, and was
taken lo Honolulu.
For a Few Days at "
. W.- Jordan & .Co., Ltd,