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THE PACIFIGCOMMBRCTAL ADVERTISER, .HONOLULU," : SEPTEMBER 5, 1901.
Shopping by nVail
The Emporium is one of
the largest and mo9t hand
somely appointed Depart
ment stores In America. We
sell everything for personal
and home use. We can get
tbe newest styles in wearing
apparel the latest publica
tions in Books, Music, etc.,
voyou within a tew weeks of
their introduction in
Hundreds of pleased cus
tomers in the Hawaiian Is
lands and the far East, can
testify to the big stores
promptness and accuracy in
filling Mail Orders.
' Be sure and send for B"A
Emporium ct omist
our large general cu a ogue
for Summer 1901. It contains
prices of everything to wear,
par, drink, or use in your
homes, it tells horn to
shop by mail. How to end
money. How to bare goods
sent to you. Mailed free to
any address. Requests for
catalogues," orders, etc.,
should be addressed to Mail
1 IBS Eswinjf i
Saturday, August 31
(. I SOS
H I MA'S
KING STREET, ABOVE BETHEL
?erything in the Store Reduced!
For Three Weeks Only.
Every Purchaser of 50c worth of Goods will receive a
Present. Try Your Luck.
dry, Silk Handkerchiefs, Golf Shirts,
Straw Hats, Etc,
GIVEN H WAY.'
Goods Marked in Plain Figures. Call and be convinced
Liliuokalani When Young.
(Continued from Page 9.)
Mrs. Robert Moore, Dr. V. Murray,
Miss Anna Paris, Hon. Samuel Parker,
Mr. J. Kekookalant" Parker, Mr. Ernest
Parker, Mr. Henry Parker, Mr. and Mrs.
D. P. Peterson, Mr. Kmil ' Pilfrram, Cap
lain and Mrs. Pond. Miss Ida Pope Pay
master and Mrg. Rand, Mr.. W. F. Rey
nolds, Mr. Castle Ridgway. Miss Marv
G. Ridgway, Mr. Thomas Ridgway, Mrs.
baran Ridgway, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Rob
ertson, Miss Elsie Robertson, Mr. and
Mrs. Will Shipman, St: Andrews' Sisters,
Captain and Mrs. Slaker, Mr. Ed.
Stiles, Mr. C. W. Stoddard, Mr. and
Mrs. P. M. Swanzey, Dr. and Mrs. Tay
lor, Mr. and Mi s. U. Thompson, Miss R.
Thompson, Mr. and Mrs. J. Tucker Mr.
and Mrs. T. T. Tucker. Mr. and Mrs Vet-
tleson. Mrs. Yida, the Misses Vida, Mrs.
John S. Walker, Miss Walker, Mr. and
Mrs. J. S. Walker, Dr. and Mrs. Wal
ters, Mrs. Victoria Ward, the Misses
Ward, General and Mrs. R. II. Warfield.
Dr. and Mrs. Wayson, Mr. H. M. Whit
ney Jr., Mrs. Mary Widdifield, the Misses
Widdifield, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Widemann,
the 'R. R. Bishop and Mrs. Willis, Mr.
und Mrs. E. H. Wodehouse, Mr. and Mrs.
Frank Woods. Mr. Sam Woods, Mr. and
Mrs. Palmer Woods, Mr. and Mrs. Fred
We Haye in Stock!
kaole Lazarus, Mrs. Mary Ann Lee, 1 , JQ ftc
. , . ' j !. i ticeable, and the arte
3. Mary Ann Lemon, Hon. and Mrs. ,.' ,.r
t- -r . t i t -.i lt. Partook more of the n
K. Lilikalani, Judge Little, Mr. Carlos '
makaole Lazarus, Mrs. Mary Ann Lee,
Long, Mr. and Mrs. Ten Lucas, Mr. and
Mrs. Chas. Lucas, Mr. and Mrs. Jack
Lucas, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Lucas, Mr.
and Mrs. R. A. Lyman, Mr. Henry R.
Lyman, Mrs. Laura Mahelona, Mr. John
Mahiai, Representative and Mrs. J.. P.
Makainai, Representative and Mrs. R.
H. Makekau, Mr. and Mrs. J. Mana, Mr.
Louis Marshall, Mrs. Lahapa Mauliawa,
Mr. James McGuire, Mrs. Mary McGuire,
Mr. P. M. McMahon, Mr. S. Meekapu,
Mr. and Mrs. J. K. Mersberg, Mr. and
Mrs. Carl Mett, Mrs. Jennie Mileo and
daughters. Representative and Mrs. J.
Monsarrat, Representative and Mrs. Wm.
Mossman Jr., Mrs. Kia Nahaolelua and
family, Representative and Mrs. W. B.
N'ailima, Senator and Mrs. Nakapaahu,
Mrs. E. A. Nawahi, Mr. Albert Nawahi.
Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Ed. Norrie, Mr. James
Olds. Representative and Mrs. J. K.
Paele, Miss Debora Patiau, Mr. and Mrs.
W. H. Pain, Mrs. D. Paiko, Mr. E. W.
Palau, The R. R. Bishop Panapor.s, K-
alii Palekaluhi and wife, Palikapu, Sen
ator and Mrs. J. D. Paris, Captain Par
ker. Miss Melika Peterson, Mrs. Par-
There is Strength and Vigor
IN EVERY DROP.
Drink the Famous
Sold by" All Dealers.
-S1 HAMS and BACONS,
POTATOES, ONIONS, CEREALS,
CANNED MEATS, PICKLES, JAMS,
LOBSTERS, SALMON, SARDINES, OYSTERS
corner Shoe Store
(Church. The luau passed off pleasant
ly, -music of many kinds teing ren
dered. Informality of dress was no
ature or a lawn
It is said that never has such a
wealth of feather leis been seen , In
many years as yesterday. Old cabinets
seemed to have been rifled of their
contents that the owners or these val-
uable leis might exhibit them. There '
were some maae or. a own mat are i)
rarelv. if over, seen in DUblle. and are S
The Queen's own cabinet of leis of all (
descriptions was much admired. t
There were many affecting- scenes j
durinsr the day. when some of the very i
oldest Hawaiian greeted Liliuokalani.
Alt the old memories oi aays mat nau
I been, full of inspiration to them seem
ed to oe revived, ana meii eyes weueu
un with tears as thev bowed down up
on their knees. Last evening was giv-
merry making. 1
A custom of the old days was to an
nnunee a chieftess or person or nign
rank to the sovereign by employing a
singer to chant their genealogy, which
was continued until the greetings ue-
i tween sovereign and subject were con-
menter, Mrs. Palua Phelps, Captain and ; Huded. An instance of this kind ye
Mrs. Piltz, Mr. and Mrs. J. Polikapa. terdav the onlv one of the clay oc-
Kealiiwahine E. Kekaanau Pratt, Repre- t urred when Mrs. Emma De Fries
sentative and Mrs. J. K. Prendergast, rnade her entrance into the reception
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Pua, Mr. and Mrs. ruom ai noon. The old chanter of the
Puahi, Rev. and Mrs. R. Puuki, Mr. and Kalakaua reign was employed for th-?
Mrs. James Quinn, Mr. J. C. Radin, Mr. occasion, and when the'' room was al
and Mrs. Manuel Reis, Mr. and Mrs. m1pt cleared of people, Mrs. De Fries
Charlie Richardson, Mrs. Jules Richard- e ntered, preceded by the chanter, who
son, Hon. John Richardson, Mr. Vivian rattled off a genealogy which would
Richardson, Mrs. Mahiai Robinson. Mr. have pleased the most critical. The
and Mrs. George Ross, Captain John unchallenged high chief tesses who had
Ross, Senator Nicholas Russel, Mrs. hven as quiet as church mice when
Carrie Sharrat, Mr. J. Shaw, Cap- thev made their obeisances, stood ,by.
tain Simmerson, L6y Sing. Mr. their countenances wreathed in smiles
For Immediate Deliveiy
the Celebrated I
Which are without exception
the finest Calendar Clocks
made, and the most satisfac-
tory for all purposes.
Business and professional
men fitting up new offices or
renewing the old will find
one of these clocks a decided
addition to their office equip
ment The Calendars
and absolutely reliable, while
the time-keeping Qualities of
the clock cannot be excelled.
We commend them and
and Mrs. Geo. Smithies, Mr. and Mrs.
C. K. Stillman, Mrs. Kamaka Stillman,
Mr. A. P. Taylor, Hon. F. J. Testa. Mr.
and Mrs. C. H. Thurston, Mrs. . Kaleino
nu Tibbet, Rev. and Mrs. Timoteo. Mvs.
at the newest claimant to royal lin
eage. One woman who entered is ja direct
t;, - seer -dan t of the Kamehnmenas Kea
nu, a tail, stately woman who made
Harriet Townsend, Captain and Mrs. A. little or no ado over her claims to royal
N. Tripp. Father Valentine, Mrs. Fanny blood. She is now old and mental y ui
Waialeale, Mr. and Mrs. T. B. Walker, firm, and had to be led to lh recc-p-Mr.
and Mrs. T. R. Walker, Mr. Thomas tkm parlor. Once Inside, she "came
K. Walker, Mr. Fred Weed, Senator and to," however.; and her dignified bearing
Mrs. William White, Representative and and easy manner caused much favora
Mrs. S. W. Wilcox. Hon. and Mrs. R. W. ble comment. She greeted the Queen
Wilcox, Mr. Ed. Williams, Mr. and Mrs. as one high chieftess to another, and
J. H. Wise, Hon. and Mrs. W. H. Wright, was cordially greeted in return. The
J. H. Wise and wife, Mrs. D. Paiko. chieftess carried out to the full extent
the lessons of court etiquette which she
RECEPTION AT NOON. ! nad received earlier in life.
At 12. o'clock the Queen again appear- 1 Among those who ably assisted Li
ed, attired in a black point d'esprit Huokalani during the day were Mr. and
over white satin, with diamond ornv Mrs. J. O. Carter, and Mr. Edward
ments, wearing upon her cor?:ig3 the Lilikalani. Following a list of those
Star of the Order of Kalakaua. A pro- invited to the afternoon luau:
cession composed of Hawaiian youths' Mr 3n,j irs Ahrens, Mr. and Mrs. S.
carrying tT i tabu sticks draped in c Allen. Mr. Frank Armstrong, Mr. and
white tapa, and two boys carrying the M'ri. r TV. Ashford, Dr. and Mrs. Augur,
royal torches, composed of a rasktt cf jr. W. H. Babbitt, J. C. Baird Esq.. Hen.
ti leaves in which were placed kuku! arul Mrs. B;iker. Mr. and Mrs. Faxon
nuts, marched around ti e veranda, and r.jsh0p, Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Bowler. Mr.
were stationed on the outer steps. John an1 porter Bovd Mrs. James Camp-
D. Aimoku and Joseph Aea. wearing ,it,n le Misses Campbell Mr. A. S.
long ahuulas reaching to the-r waists. ! Cfin'aVMrro. Hon. and Mrs.' J. O. Carter,
were assigned as chair- attendants. Miis5 Sar:lU Carter, the Jesses Car.ter,
while Lilian Keanalu and Myrar Hele- j oliver Carter Henrv Carter, Mr. F. C.
luhe stood in waiting behind the chamberlafo Mrs. J. H. Conev, Mr. and
Queen. The crowds arrived early. The Mrg c Conradt, Hon. W. H. Cornwell,
first to be received was the Latter Day , Mr ; anJ Mrp K g Cunhai Mr Albert
Saints' Relief Society, composed of Ha- jCl)nha TTon and Mrs S. M. Damon, Mr.
waiian women, who presented a teau- l Mrs. CUve Davies Mr. and Mrs.
tiful ilima wreath to the Queen-, ar0 Dav'u. Mrs. T.' H. Davies. Hon.
through their spokesman. Mrs. Kau-, r Mrg j Dayton Mr. David Day-
lukou. Following them came members -r ha Mr anrrMrp. w.
of the Aloha Aina Society ami the pen- 'Dirnor,a Mr. and Mra. j. M. Dowsett.
eral public. There was mucn curiosity J anfl Mrs John
on ine v.. - Kna. Mrs. C. H. English. Judge and .Mrs.
proceedings after they had been re- A rRTU MrbF s Fit2
ceiveu, anu maujf iiung ojuuuu hc "'
dows and woors with eyes a-goggle.
Two ladies, evidently strangers, wan-
Uperir to Johnson & Murphy's, Banister, Hanan, and all
TTHE LOWEST POSS BLE PRICE.
c-orr ana moibi h u
dered into a room which , was lilted
with rare kahilis, and when 'they
thought themselves unobser-ed. at
tempted to pluck oo and iiwi feathers
from them. The action was seen, how
ever, and they received a rebuff from
a gentleman who was standing in the
next room, causing them to leave the
grounds in haste. It is estimated that
nearly 1,200 persons were present at
the reception. Several of the trades or
ganizations of the Labor Day parade
availed themselves of the opportunity
to pay their respects to Liliuokalani :n
a body, as did the native company of
the National Guard.
OFFICIALS FEAST WITH QUEEN.
At 3 o'clock Washington riace was
again thronged with guests, who had
been bidden to the afternoon luau. This
was intended mostly for foreigners.
Federal and Territorial officials, offi
cers of the army and navy, the clergy
and Hawaiians. The Queen was (f
corted to the tent by Judge M. M. Es,
tee, of the United States Circuit Court.
Mrs. Estee accompanied Prince David.
rThe Queen sat between Judge fc.siee
and Bishop Willis, of the Anglican
Mr. and Mrs. H, Focke, Mrs. M?.ry Fos
ter. Mrs. Tillle Foster. Hon. and Mrs.
Justice Galbraith. Judge G. D. Gear. Mr.
Ed. Giffard. Mr. O. St. John Gilbert, Mrs.
C. T. Guile k, Mrs. A. Haalelea, Mr. and
.Mrs. C. S. Halloway, Mr. George Ha pal.
Miss Hattie Hapai, Mr. and Mrs. Fred
Harrison, -Judge and Mrs. C. F. Hart,
Mr. Lionel Hart, Mr. and Mrs. Hasson,
Mrs. Von Kasslocher. Mrs. Hendricks,
Miss T. Henry, Mr. and Mrs. Allan Her
bert. Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Hewitt, Mr. W.
R. Hoare. Miss Hoare, Dr. and Mrs.
Hodgins. Hon. and Mrs. 'A." S. Hum
phreys, Hon. and Mrs. D. P. R. Isenberg.
Mrs. Jaeger. Mr. James Jaeger, Mr. and
Pierre Jones, Miss Knapp. Mr. and Mrs.
L K. Kentwell. Rev. and Mrs. V. H.
Kitcat. the Misses Ladd. Mr. and Mrs.
Lanz.. -Mr. and Mrs. Robert Lishman.
Mr. Percy Lishman, Mr. and Mrs. Will
Lishman., Mr. Tom Lishman. Mr. Jack
Low, Miss Mary Low, Miss Sarah Ly
man. Hon. and Mrs. G. W. Macfarlane,
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Macfarlane. Mr. and
Mrs. C. W. Macfarlane.' Hon. E. C. Mac
farlane. Mr. and Mrs. Henry. Macfarlane,
Miss Garde Macfarlane, Mr. and Mrs. A.
Marques, Dr. and Mrs. Mays, Mr. Hugh
Mclntyre, Miss Agnes Mclntyre, Mrs.
Mary L. Milmore. Mr. Addison Mizner,
Mrs. Monsarrat, Mr. J. M. Monsarrat,
Are Expensive and a man
who expects to buy only one
Piano for a lifetime vise can
not afford to risk buying a
Piano except of a long estab
lished, well known and re
liable maker,: such as the
We are the Sole Agents for
these Pianos in the Islands.
BY 'VIRTUE OF AN ORDER is
sued out of 'the Circuit Court of the
First Judicial Circuit, Hon. George D.
Gar presiding, in a cause at chamber''
entitled Adelaide Schlief et al. Vs. Jos
eph Clarke et al., equity division, No. .
1208, the undersigned will sell at public
auction to the highest bidder, subject
to confirmation by said court, on
Saturday, September 14, 1901,
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON,
At the mauka entrance to the Judi
ciary fcuildlng in said Honolulu, Oahu,
the following described lands and the
improvements thereon, to wit:
1. That certain piece or narcel of
land situate on the northeast corner of
King and Punchbowl streets, m Hono
lulu, uanu, Territory of. Hawaii, and
bounded and described as follows:
commencing at north corner and
running' . .
South 29, east 75 links, along Keole.
South 48 30', west 389- links, alon
Hana Haalilio's; thence
North 6, west 37 links, along King
North 42. east 342 links, along
Punchbowl street; thence to place of
commencement. Area 1-5 acre. The
same being R. P. 6705 of L. C. A. 243 to
Honokaupu, and being the same con
veyed to the said Joseph Lazarus by
Mrs. D. K. Fyfe and D. K. Fyfe, her
husband, as per deed dated November
3, 1883, and recorded in liber 86. pages
2. Royal Patent Grant No. 3506. That
certain piece or parcel of land situate
at the south slope of Punchbowl bill.
Honolulu, Island of Oahu, and describ
ed as follows:
Lot No. 502 Beginning at a point on
mauka side of Kinau street, and . 20
feet westerly from iron pin at west
angle of Boardman's premises, thence
the boundary runs by true bearings:
North 21 12', east 2S6 feet along lots
503 and 505;
South 81 34'. west 115 5-1W feet along
South 21 12', west 229 feet along lot.
South 68 48', east 100 feet along Ki
nau street to initial point
Area 25,750 square feet.
3. Two lots, Nos. 117 and 118, on
Beretanla street, being lots or parcel
of land described in Royal Patent No.
284, and described aB follow: t
Commencing at the makal south cor
ner of lot No. 116 (T. Metcalfe) and
South 7S 15, east 200 feet along mau
ka street to west corner of lot No. 119
(R. H. Rowlin's); thence
North 11 45', east 150 feet along lot
No. 119- to Its mauk... north corner;
North 78 15', west 200 feet to mauka
east corner of lot No. 116; thence
South 11 45'. west 150 feet along lot
No. 116 to place of commencement.
containing 833 fathoms and 12 feet,
more- or less. Less what has since
been deeded to the wife. (ThiB lot Is
on the "Waikiki side of lot now occu
pied by Mrs. A. L. King.)
4. That certain piece or parcel of
land situate at the mauka corner of
Punchbowl street and Palace Walk, in
said Honolulu, described As follows:
Apana 1. Commencing at a point on
Punchbowl street; being north Tomer
of Palace Walk and Punchbowl street.
which Is the southwest corner of this
North 43", east .96 chains along
Punchbowl street; then.-
North 44. west 3.17 chains along lot
of Keliiahonui; thence
South 37, west 1.09 chains along gov
ernment to Palace Walk, along lot of
French; thence along same to place of
commencement. Area, 1 rood 10 perch
es; R. P. No. 4514, L. C. A. 278, to G
Laanui. 5. That piece or parcel of land at the
west corner of Maunakea and Pauahl
streets, Lot "B" and Lot "C."
Beginning at a point on the north
west side of Maunakea street, 35.0 feef
makal of the corner of Pauahl street,
South 57 ir. west true 61.5 feet along
North 32 60', west true 42.0 feel
along Malia Kahai lot;
North 57" 10', east true 92.0 feet along
South 32 22. east true 42.0 feet along
fire department lot to the initial point,
and containing an area of 2,500 square
reet. inis lot is leased to Lau Cbong
at $25 per month, which lease will ex
pire on the 1st day of May, 1908.
6. Also the undivided interest ot the
late Joseph Lazarus in and to those
certain pieces or parcels of land situat
ed in the District of Hana, Island of
Maui, described as follows:
1- That certain piece situate
pohue and conveyed to -G. Keakaulaiwi
and J. Kiliaka by deed recorded fn the
register of deeds in Honolulu, in boos
78, on pages 354 and 355. Area acquired,
2- That portion of the ahupuaa of
Nuolea conveyed to said G. n
wi and J. Kiliaka by deed record ed in
said register, book 7S. on pages 3o3 and
364. Area acquired, 2 acres-
mi. r the iliaina of Koali
3- That Portion of the ui
J0nKH Vadeed.' recorded in said
J. Kiliaka by aeeu.
risfBr i hnok 78. on P
iS. Area a
All -of sai
PIANOS & ORGANS
Tuned, Repaired and Polished
Prof. W. E. SHARP
Leave orders at Thrum's Bookstore
Phone Main SO.
nieces oi ianu ucii.s
1U n(!Ti to Joseph
same that by deed dated
lazar,i3 and recorded in book 158.
April 6. 1836. a under le&ge tQ
k Pfmoa Plantation, said lease to
eipire on March 19, 1904.
Trms of sale are cash In United
eJtef gold coin; that ten (10) per cent
J the amount be paid on the day of '
"L and deeds at expense of purchas- 1
Srs For further particulars, enquire
of the undersigned at. his office in said
natPrt Ilonolulu. Oahu, August 15.
THE GROUNDS OF THE ALEX
ander Young building, and the private
street, to be known as Bishop street,
are closed to the public until further
Superintendent Alex. Young Build-
inc . ' . .