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AHGESTRY OF LILIUOKAUNI
Only Surviving- Members of Royal
School Destined to Be Rulers
3si. HOITOR: Please allow me- a
fepoe ia tie columns of your joeraaL
Oa igSs SS$-49. sad appendix 2, P
tea G of "Hawaii's Story by Hawaii's
Qeea, I aad geaeolegles arranged,
KTectd and also foot aotes, by lite
As some of. These geaeologies and
Jot Botes ape iaoorrect, aad fer the
sake of yooag students of H&waHaa
Mstory. I aw undertake to give true
earrecdoa on these pedigrees, and
sagpKfed br Hawaiian authorities.
sch historians aad geaaolosisis as
3. M Kuiwbw, A. Fraeader, J. K.
rsuna, P. 5. Pafeeekriai aad others.
AppeaUlx S, STt. I Geaeology of
Ltttnfeal&aL Oa ber another's side).
Tte gaaeology is all right except
tfce foot aete.
KepeekelanL son of KJuaeetamoku
the father, aad tie
Miar, 'was a half-cousin of
I on their mothers' side aJoae,
aad aot a first coo sin. Thus, Haae-a-
(sister of Keeamaokuaui) begat
Kdinriepoiws. n who became Keoua'
tated wife, aad became the mother of
Xsmeiamshe. I aad
Haac -with (E&lelem&uUokalani begat
Wo daughters, KaTnakaehefcuK aad
Heslou. AsKamakseoeHnriiwas a half-sister
of Kekeiaokalaai, coasequeatly
KapMfea&ni was a of
L C3de, Pomander,
No. 2. (Oa her fatfcer's side).
To make this genealogy complete
ve most add snore wife U
fcwwi, whose name was
Aam, mother of Kaoteal&lii. Thas,
took has own
d ghter Kaolsaialii for one of his
'wives, fetter tbe tragic death of
oaaester of Kaeiaaialii aad great
grand Blocker of Liliuokalaai became
am one of the ancient ranks
of Ugh chiefs.
No. 1 Geaeology of Kamhemeba. I.
litis eeneoJogy is correct, except the
foot note is wrong.
fiesta and Kamakaimoku are half-
owifcer and half-sister, aad as Heuhi
k father and Ka-
Mfcainoku was Keoua's mother.
Therefore and Keoua
were half-cousins aad not direct first
Ko. 2 GeneologT of Kaavehameba L
Tkis geaeology is incompleted;
had a sister,
ai who was Haae's tabued -wife aad
of Kekaiapoiwa. iL The foot
is misleading again, Kateaiaui
and Keeaamokunm -were
both were sons of Ke-
awJkekahialnokataoku of Different
Genealogy of Kepoookalani, soa of
XwmcglirnokM, graadson of
poe, sod great grand father of Liliuo
hates! ts badly mixed tip. The foot
otes of it are nearly ail incorrect.
Same's father, as I already stated was
the another was Ke-
"Tlie Koyai Twias of EekanKke," as
tfcer were called, KameeSasneku and
KaBiaimwawere the soas of
aoe, soa of Lioao&aafKipu with Queen
laBiile.eiaii their mother was
Kaaoeaa, a. daughter of Loaoanahiilu
of cae great Ecu family.
sister of Keeacmokuaui, Keoua's
aaat, was Haae's tabued wife
mentioned, and their issue was
Kdadapoiwa U, who was married to
her arst oonsin KecRia, aad begot Ka-
mehazaeha 1 and
aMas Keliimaikai as
stated before. But Kekelaokalani
wife of Kasmaawa and mother
of Pelenli -was another
entirely. She was a daughter
of Kaa&kabJakna and
half sister of Keeaamokunui
iuid KekeUoka'ani I. soa aad daugbrer
ft KeaweikekahiaMokamokB, aad
king aad queen of
BawaiL (Vide Fcmander, page 820).
Keoua whose full name was Kalani-
Irapoapaikalaninui Keoua, son of Kee-
naioknnui aad graadeon of
kahiaHiokaBaclai, who daring his youth
went to Hana, Qjst Maui, in search
of the hands of the most tabued
sses Kahikikalaokalani aad
iua, -who were great great
iaueoters of the most exalted tabued
chifess Kaakaualaninui who
reW the highest aad uncommon rank
-a'.led Poo hootewa. i ka la,
zai wfc rabelled against
I ia 1196 on Hawaii wag a direct
escendaat of the aforesaid
The only iawe of tMs marriage by
Kahikikalaokalani ?. son called
Kaloknokamalteae ancestor of the
high chiefess, Elizabeai Kekaaniau
(Mrs. F. S. Pratt). (Vide S. M.
and P. S. Pakelekuteni's).
Keoua's next wife was bis first cons-1
n Kekaiapoiwa II. mother 'of Kame-i
hameha I aad Keliimaikai. Keoaa'sj
fourth Trtfe was Kamakaeheikull, j
daughter of Haae with his other wife J
KalelemanliokalaaL The issue of this
marriage was a soa Kalaimamahu,
grand father of the late Kiag Uuna-
Keoua's fifth wife was Kalola,
daughter of King Kekaulike of ManL
with Kekaiapoiwanui. (Kalola was a
sister of Kamehamehanai aad
The issue was a daughter,
XiHha. who afterward became
the -wife of King Kalaaiopuu's soa
aad became the mother of
mother of liholiho
11), Kauikeaouli (Kamehameha
HI) aad Priacess Harietta Xahieaaeaa.
His sixth -wife -was Manoncaui, daughter
of King Alapaiaui of Hawaii, with
Kamakaimoka. (Kamakaimokn was
also the mother of King Kalaniopuu
and Keoua. Their issue was a daughter
called KiHaweau -who became the wife
of Ketiimaikai and mother of the celebrated
KekuokalaaL (Vide 3. iL
history of Kamehameha I).
Keoua's- seveath wife was Akahiaui,
their issue "was a soa caHed Kaleiwohi
who bacame graad father of the late
chiefess Akahi of Keel, Koaa, Hawaii.
It is inexplicable how the
used Foraaader's as her authority, aad
yet Foraaader's pedigree oa geaeology
of Kepookateni is very far from the
Oa appeadix F, the attempted
to correct Alexander's
but here she made still a gross
mistake by deayiag that Keliimaikai
had no issue, aad Ktilaweau was a
man. Tes, there was a man by that
aame who was supposed to have beea
the father of M. Kekuaaaoa iastead
of Xahiolea; but Kiilaweau, wife of
Keliimaikai, -was a daughter of Keoua
aan Maaoaoaoi, as heretofore mentioned,
aad wfeo became the mother of the
celebrated Keknaokalani, husbaad of
the vaBiaat and faithful Manono IL
(Vide S. H. Kamakau history of Kamehameha
Maaoao II was a daugater of Kalola
a-Kumukoa aad Kekuamaaoha. a half-brother
of Kahekili. King of Maui.
Keliimaikai is supposed-also as one of
the farmers of Kaonaeha. graad mother
of Queea Emma aad Prince A. K
A'ide Kuokoa, October 5.
1S67, by S. M. Kamakau).
The only chief known by the aame
of was "Ulumaheihei, who
was a coastaat compaaioa aad aikaae
of Kamehameha I, aad through that
he rwas called afterward, CTumaheiheW
HoapHL He was oae of the soas of
Kameeiamoku -with his secoad wife,
KeliiokahekKi, a daughter of
Kameeiamoku's first wife -was
Kamakaeheikuli, their issue was
great grand father of
aad his (Kameeiamoku's)
last wife was Kaoikolca, and their
issue was a son, Hooiulu, grand father
of the late Governor F. "W. Kahapula
Beokley, Marea Kahaawelani aad
George Mooheau Beckley.
Hoapili was one of the few chiefs
ia whom Kamehameha I chad the greatest
confideace, ia fact the only oae he
entrusted with his bequest to hide his
boaes according to ancient custom.
Between Hoapili aad his half-brother
Hooiulu .aceordiagly, this sacred
was carried out; and at his death
ia 1S19, HoapiK eatrusted Hooiulu the
bearing away of the corpse of the great
Kamehameha. The ceremoay was performed
at dark of aight. It is oaly
surmised that the corpse of the great
conqueror was put ia some of tue secret
caves of Koaa, Hawaii, but some
say it -was coasigaed to the deep sea.
Oae of the desceadaats of Hooiulu aow
bears the aame of (Kahaawelaai oa
the above account, meaning the bearing
of Horfwlu the corpse of Kamehameha
I on his back. Ulumaheihei Hoapili
and wife Kaheiheimalie, one
of the widows of Kamehameha I and
mother of Kiaau and Queea
were strong supporters of the
earlier missionaries and who gave
them the names of Hoapilikaae and
Hoapilikane's first wife was
a daughter of King Kahekili
w&o became the mother of the high
spirited chiefess Kuini L.iliha, wife of
There is only one undisputed branch
of the great house of Keoua living,
sarough the primogeniture of the issue
of Keoua with his Hana, East -Maui
wife through Kalokuokamaile by his
only desceadaats the High Chiefess
Elizabeth Kekaaniau and the issue of
her broker Gidioa K, Laanui, called
Theresa Owana Kachehelani. It is a
matter of historical note handed down
to this day that Kamehameha I, in
fact during his reign on several occasions
of gauhering of chiefs and
Kaoheleiani, daughter of
and 'Wife of Nuhi the son of
the great reigning Chief Hinai of "Wai-mea,
Hawaii, she was always recognized
by the conqueror as the Seniority
line of the Keoua family and was
always treated with a special distinc
tion aian all the oiher ehiefesses of-1
3Jrs. F. S. Pratt was-one of the first
party of eight children, three boys aad
five girls, who eatered the Koyal
school (of 3Ir. and Mrs. Cooke) for
chiefs' children established by Kamehameha
IH, in 1S40, but afterward
the pupils were increased up to fifteen,
among these-number were Queen Lili- J
uokalaai, Queea Emma and others.
Queen- Liliupkalani and Mrs. F. S.
Pratt-are the only living representatives
of the elligible number who comprised
those that -were destiaed to be
rulers of Hawaii (Vide R. C.
"Willie's pamphlet, The Friend, 1S44).
And if we accept Keliimaikai -was
the father of Kaoanaeha instead of Ka-
laipaihala, then Prince Albert K.
becomes one of the descendants
of the illustrious house of Keoua.
Therefore, the only heirs next of
kin to Kamehameha I line are the
aforesaid persons. Even on Kamehameha
First's mother's side, the
line come in again the
nearest heirs through Kekuiapoiwa II
by the mother Kekelaokalani, than
those who are claiming through other
Issues of Haae with, whom
are conaecled. L
R, "W. TVILCOX:
Honolulu, H. I , April 12, 1S9S.
HAWAIIAN GAZETTE: FRIDAY. MAY 27. 1S9S. SEMI-WEEKLY.
P H ftl I Illllfflll
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The Tahitian Castaways
Are Safe in Honolulu.
Received Hospitably By the Natives
at Hookena Schooner Brought
By Deputy Sheriff Lazaro.
The little-schooner Tetautua (.in
Hawaiian, Kekaukua) from Tahiti,
arrived ia port early yesterday morning
ia command of Deputy Sheriff
of Hookeaa who was detailed by
Sheriff Aadrews to briag her to this
port for the purpose of having mat-
DEPUTY SHERIFF LAZARO.
ters arranged with the Coasul here in
order to admit of the schooner's return
to Tahiti, "the home of the eight
souls now aboard. The schooner arrived
off this port at 9:30 o'clock "Wednesday
night but it was not deemed proper
to bring her in at that time. Deputy
Sheriff Eazaro called in at this office
last evening and gave a most interesting
account of his experiences with
Captain Tanaa (in Hawaiian, Kanau)
and the people oa the vessel, all of
whom, the half caste Frenchman (son
of the owner) excepted, are pure
Tahitiaas. Said Lazaro:
"The Tetautua arrived ia Hookena
on May 21st. There was an abundance
of food such as flour and rice aboard
but no firewood with which to cook
it. As to water, it happened that three
days before sighting Hawaii, they
were blessed with a shower which
gave them about three gallons. Previous
to this they had suffered for
many days "from thirst. "When the
schooner arrived at Hookena the people
aboard were in a pitiable state.
"I furnished them with all the necessaries
in the line of eatables and they
were made very comfortable.
"Wnen the Tahitians began to look
about them they expressed great wonder
at various objects unknown in
their native land. Never did they
once complain about their ill luck; a
more affable set of people I have never
met. They are graceful in the extreme
aad were thaakful for the favors doae
'The Tahitian language is so very
similar to the Hawaiiaa, that it was
aot long before I could understand
them as well as peopie of my own race.
They do not pronounce their words in
a very distinct manner but seem to
depend on the, sound and force pjaced
on the various syllables for the meaning
which they wish to convey. When
they first came ashore they shouted
'Tanotapu,' one of the islands, near
their home. When they spied some of
us on horseback they shook their heads
signifying a mistake and called our
animals hele honua which
means pigs that travel over the earth.
"We told them they had landed in
Hawaii. This word they .could not
say. but persisted in calling" it 'Pahi.'
"The sympathy of the people of Hookena
was with the castaway Tahitians
from the moment they landed. They
were to have been given a big luau on
Tuesday but it was necessary forthe
vessel to make Honolulu so there was
a regular hookupu and all the eatables
were sent aboard.
"On Sunday night the captain of the
vessel gave a shori and interesting
talK in the church, telling of the
voyage and of some of the customs and
laws of his country.
"Upon arrival off port on "Wednesday
night, the Tahitians threw up
their haa'ds aad shouted 'Hoaolulu as
if they were arriving back in their own
Deputy Sheriff Lazaro will return to
his home on the Mauna Loa today.
He is an old sailor and, on that account
was entrusted with the mission
of piloting the JTetautua to this port.
A brief account of the drifting of the
schooner S2 days has been given.
Was a Scoundrel.
E. D. Giberson, the man who dirt
some picture business here a short
time ago, gave as a one reference a
very prominent citizen of San Fran-
Cisco. A letter from tne coast man
was received yesterday and he says
that Gjberson is a liar, a thief, a jail-
bird and a deserter from the United
IV T1U11IU IIW U
Took it as a Child: Now gives
it to her own Children.
Mrs. Mabel Bonlton of Brisbane.
has nvi the following unusual and most
delightful eipenenee :
' From I was weak and delicate
and rew to lai"vlnnsbura robust child.
I suffered from debility, no appeute, and
l!w iual consequence of such complaints.
t my parent hearinc of the health restores
cred some frr me and I am happy to ay
t af trr hivins taken two hot tle 1 regained
'tfc. visor and sooA appetite and have not
' n troubled ever since. I am now married.
i a family of my own. am vill strong and
w I. and can recommend Dr. Aer's Sar-s
nriHa a a pood fami'y medicine?'
v constipation taVe Dr. Ajer's Pills. Tbey
y airnly relieve and snrely cure Tate them
ti Dr. AjxVs Sarsap&rlUa: one aids the other
States army. One town man who was
worsted by Giberson has made a written
protest to the local society which
introduced and recommended the fellow.
Giberson escaped from Honolulu
oa the Cape Otway, the Klondike
Judge WTidemann is quite ill at San
There will be no Board of Health
meeting this week.
The Oahu Railway is sending a
train to Waialua every evening.
John Waterhouse is home after eight
weeks of life in San Francisco.
Judge Perry is booked to sail for
San Francisco on the Zealandia June
Col. Fisher has ordered the First
Regiment out for 2:15 p. m. Decoration
The Mvrtle Boat Clnh rprcivpS n
new" practice shell from Australia by
It1 Is said that the Cabinet is considering
on twenty or thirtv extra davs
t for the House,
An offer of a ton of coffee for use
at the Omaha Exposition Hawaiian
space has been made.
Captain Kin:r. Ministpr nf Tntormr
is at the Volcano house and his health
is improving every day.
Keaka, the man charged with manslaughter
in the first degree, will be
tried on the 2Sth inst
Benson, Smith- & Co. guarantee But
termilk Soap to be of the highest
standard in every detail.
Attorney-General Smith is prouder
or oeing a grandpa than of coming out
aneau in a close legislative vote.
Passengers on steamers coming into
the harbor duriag the day say that the
town looks fine m its gala dress.
The Carter Memorial Fountain com
mittee will aot for the present do any
thing further in the matter of site.
D. H. Kahaulelio, a member of the
House, has applied for license to practice
in all the courts of the Republic
Native rebels have again hoisted
their flag in Samoa, but correspondence
is to the effect that no trouble is
Brewer & Co. announce that the
bark Nuuanu, Joselyn master, will sail
from New York to Honolulu about
Dr. M. Soule is oa the Mariposa this
trip aad is accompanied by his bride,
who was Miss .Isabel Lowrey of San
Col. G. F. LitUe will be Memorial
Day orator at Hilo. The attorney and
G. A. R, man performed similar service
here last year.
On Sunday evening next Rev. J. A.
Cruzan will preach at Central .Union
Church and Rev. D. P. Birnie will
speak at Palama chapel.
The Minister of the Interior has
appealed in the injunction case in
whjch the Oahu Railway was given'
a decision against the Government
The engagements are announced, of
Miss M. "Woltera of New York to H.
"Wolters of Kealia, and A. F. Knudsen
of Kauai to Miss Russell of Oakland.
"Wallace R. Farrington, formerly
editor of this paper, is in Honolulu
again, and one report is that he will
be conuocted .with the evening Bulle-
The Kamehameha concert is for the
benefit of the Kamehameha base ball
team. There is expected besides town
patronage, a contingent from the Bennington
and plenty of boys in blue In
case a traasport .arrives.
The regular weekly meeting of the
Christian Workers will be held this
(Friday) afternoon. May 27th, at 3:30
o'clock at the Y. M. C. A. Hall. Rev.
Dr. Berger will speak with reference
to the work of the "McCaul Mission"
in Paris. A cordial invitation Is extended
to all to be present.
G. Eraest Thrum Is to make' a trip
from Hilo to New York in a sagas
iPaciflc Mail Steamship Co.
Occidental fi Oriental Steamship (
Steamers of the above companies will
on or about the dates below mentioned.
FOR JAPAN AHD CHIHA:-
CITY OF PEKING May 26
DORIC June 4
CHINA June 15;C0PTIC Juaol!
BELGIC .June 25
PERU . . July 5
COPTIC July 14
RIO DE JANEIRO July 23
For freight aad passage aad all
smp in uie uujie ul iiuviug uis ueaiui i
benfitted by the voyage around the
Walter M. Giffard of Wm. G.. Irwin
& Co., Ltd., returns from a vacation
spent on Hawaii with ruddy face and a
lively air. Mr. Giffard was much bene
fitted by his rest.
Wray Taylor is on deck again with
a good account of life in San Francisco
during war times. The enthusiasm
is so burning over there that even
a fire engine is cheered.
S. B. Rose of the "Wilder .Steamship
Company, who has been spending a
vacation in Kau, returned on the Mauna
Loa yesterday with very pleasant
remembrances of his trip.
Marshal Brown served a penal summons
yesterday citing a citizen to
appear In District Court on Friday
and answer to the charge of conducting
a pawn broker's business without
Oahu College commencement day
will be Tuesday, June 21. The exercises
will be held in Pauahi hall. The
sermon will be delivered by Rev. JJ.
P. Birnie at Central Union Church on
the evening of Sunday, the 19th.
Marshal Brown has issued aa imperative
order forbiddiag the sale, by
the ticket, or any other system, of
liquor at any social gathering. The
regulation comes on account of fights
at tne mill snea one nignt last ween.
The O. S. S.MarIposa, Hayward
commander, arrived in port at about
5 a. m. yesterday, one day late. She
was delayed on account of the English
mails. A pleasant trip was experienced.
The Mariposa continued on her
voyage to the Colonies at 12 o'clock
The Moana sailed for San Francisco
at 6:45 p.m. "Wednesday in a very much
crowded condition so far as passengers
were concerned. A great number, ot
people came up from the Colonies, so
that it was impossible to accommodate
many from Honolulu. Husband3 and
wives were forced to take different
rooms or remain behind.
TT IS THE BEST ON EARTH."
That is what. Edwards & Parker,
merchants of Plains, Ga., say of Chamberlain's
Pain Balm, for rheumatism,
lame back, deep seated aad muscular
paias. Sold by all druggists aad dealers.
Beason, Smith & Co., Ageats for
the Hawaiian IsT.ands.
baking povch:r, and money-making,
have gone hand-in-hand
Schillings Best, the one--teaspoonful
gets along without lying.
- For fine waich work is widespread;
hit we wish to impress
the few who may not
yet he in line, wHh the necessity
of sending their watch s
icfien out f order to us directly;
and not first allow
ery tinker to ruin the watch,
after which, send it to us for
The Cost is always more to yon,
after such treatment; ever so
much better to send it rigid
down to us, for we allow
nothing hut perfect work to
leave our workshop.
Yon will be surprised, too, hoic
much cheaper it iciiPbe, and
'how much more satisfactory
Watches are securely packed in
wooden boxes, and returned
in the safest possible manner.
call at Honolulu and leave this pari
FOR SAH FRANCISCO: ,
RIO DE JANEIRO .JcaaiS
GAELIC Julr 6
CITT OF PEKING Julr IZ
general information, apply to
& Co., Ltd.
Ml . .
S. S. KINAU.
CLARKE. COXXU.DKK. I
Will leave Honolulu at 10 o'clock a. a,
touching at Lahaina. Manlaea. Eav- a-i
"Makena the same day, Mahukona,
wainae ana iaupanoenoe the rollowlnc
day, arrivine in Hilo the same afternoon.
Tuesday. . . .May 31 Tuesday.. .July 12
Thursday.. June 9 'Friday.... July 22
Tuesday. .June 21 Tuesday... Jms. &
Friday July IFriday Aug: 12
"Will call at .Pohoiki, Puaa, oa tripa
Returning; will leave Hilo at S o'clock
a. m., touching 'at Laupahoehoe, Mahukona
and Kawaihae same day; ilalceas.
ilaalaea Bay and Lahaina the following-day,
arriving at Honolulu the afternoon
o Tuesdays and Fridays.
Saturday... May 2SSaturday...July S
Saturday... June 13Baturday...July 30
Wednesday. June 29 Wednesday. Aug. 10
Will call at Pohoiki, Puna, on the second
trip of each month, arriving- thero
on the morning of the day ox gnninC
from Hilo to Honolulu.
The popular route to the Volcano la
via Hilo. A eood carriage road the entire
Round-trip tickets, covering all expenses,
S. S. CLAUD1NH,
Will leave Honolulu Tuesdays at 5 d"elocfc
p. m., touching at Kahului. Hana. Ha-moa
and Kipahulu, Maui. Returning- arrives
at Honolulu Sunday morningsT
Will call at Nuu, Kaupo, once each,
No freight will be received after 4 k.
m. on day of sailing.
This company reserves the right as
make changes in the Urns of deptrtura
and arrival of its steamers WlTHQrrr
NOTICE, and it will not S reiSfcS
for any consequences arising therefrom.
Consignees must be at the landings to
receive their freight. This company will
not hold itself responsibte tor
after It has been landed.
Live stock received only at owner
This company will not lie responsltfe,
for money or valuables of passengers unless
placed in the care of pursers.
Package-, containing personal effects, whether
shipped as baxgace or if the contents
thereof eicecd $100 00 in xalne. mast have the
value thereof plainly stated and marked, and
the Comrany will not hold itself liable foranr
mi) sain except ULe
goods be shipped nndcr a special contract.
r.jj. ,uc oompiny are torn lUdec
receipt therefor in the form prescribed br the
Company and which may be seen by shipper
npou application to the pursers of the Company's
Shippers are notified that If freight is shinned
without such teceipt, It will be solely at lis
risk of the shipper.
Passengers are requested to purchase
tickets before embarking. Those falling
to do so will be subject to an additional
charge of 25 per cent.
C L. WIGHT. President.
. S. B. ROSE; Secretary.
CAPT. J. A. KING, Port Superintendecfi.
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a safe infestment for you.
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