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THE PACIFIC COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER, HONOLULU, OCTOBER 23, 1901.
Pages 96 and 07 of our large Summer Catalogue "The Emporium
Economist," give descriptions, illustrations, and the Department
Store Prices for everything needed by the amateur or professional
photographer. We can save you money on Cameras and Camera
Supplies. Send ior Catalogue.
Eastman Kodaks, $4.00 to $28.00 . . . Bullard Magazine Cam
eras, $12.00 to $25.00 . . . Premo's and Poco's, all sizes and styles..
Velox and Bromide papers .". . Seed 26x and Cramer Banner
Plates at 15 off list Prices . . . Aristo Platino, Sepia, Water De
velopment, Paper, Blue Print Paper, Solio, Aristo Self-Toning Papers
in all sizes.
Mounts; books on photography; trimmers; burnishers; print
ing frames; trays; graduates; dark room lanterns; chemicals; etc., etc.
San ftancfeco. A.
THE KASH CO., Ld
The Rocgh aril Tumble
never knew the comfort and
freedom of neat looking clothes
until we took him in tow. Ap
pearance and wear resistence
lock arms in our suits for the
Get NYt. flnif.lt !
Not as frequently as we would
like, can we sell two-dollar
shirts for half that. Early pick
ers are sure of . sizes. . Others
must trust to luck.
THE KASH CO., Ltd.
TWO STORES TWO STOCKS
TWO TELEPHONES : 96 Main, 376 Main.
nan uf act ure rs
Market and Post Sts.
FRESH MEATS AND FISH
By Every Steamer from the
Coa3t that has Cold Storage.
Choice Beef, Veal, button, Lamb
and Pork always on hand, also
Poultry, Salmon and Halibut.
FOR SALE AT
The Metropolitan Meat Co., King Street; Telephone 65.
The Booth, Fishmarket; Telephone 379.
Central Market, Nuuanu Street; Telephone 104.
85 King Street.
A fVi PDA iNDf
We Are Making a
and making for safe ground to
be ready for the new season's
goods. All of this summer's stock
must be out of the way to make
room for the large shipments of
new goods coming.
BETTER GET THE LITTLE
THINGS YOU NEED FOR TO
MORROW THAN WAIT TILL
TO-MORROW AND WISH
THAT YOU HAD. 0
TO FACILITATE TRADE with the
Hawaiian Islands, will deliver all
goods purchased or ordered of them,
FREE OF ALL CHARGES FOR
TRANSPORTATION to Honolulu, or re
turning same to San Francisco. Goods
will be sent on selection to those known
to the firm, or who will furnish satisfac
tory references in San Francisco.
Illustrated catalogue and prices fur
nished upon receipt of request.
We have the largest manufactory of'
Jewelry and Silverware west of New
York City, and are prepared to furnish
Meat Co., Ltd.
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Emma De Fries
Lays Claim to
PROTEST OF ALUS
New Claimant Will Contest With
Queen Liluokalani and Mrs.
ANOTHER claimant to the crown
lands of Hawaii has loomed upon
the blue horizon In the form of
Mrs. Emma DeFries. Mrs. DeFries, it
is understood, is having her represen
tations put into form for forwarding
to Washington, where she hopes to
have the attention of Congress called
to them. This is the third claimant,
the first being Queen Liliuokalani, and
the second, Mrs. Theresa Wilcox.
During. the past eight months Mrs.
DeFries has urged her claims to royal
genealogy ar.d shows a family tree in
which she is represented as having de
scended from a king of Maui and a
king of Hawaii. Mrs. DeFries herself
is the daughter of Rev. Mr. Kanoa,. an
Hawaiian missionary to Micronesia.
She was born in the South Seas. : The
crown lands of Hawaii have been
prominent in the public discussions of
Hawaii for some time past, and after
Liliuokalani was unsuccessful in her
efforts to obtain recognition from
Congress to her alleged rights in the
premises, Mrs. Wilcox announced tnat
she, too, was of royal lineage, and laid
siege to Congress to obtain monetary
returns for the valuable lands.
Mrs. DeFries published a long genea
logy in February of this year in which
she stated she was born on Strong's
Island, January 20, 1S56. She alleged
that her forefathers on her mother's
side were from the royal house of Ka
kae and his brother, Kaalaneo. Ac
cording to authorities on the Hawaiian
family trees, ir this were true, then,
according to the tracings of family
history for generations back, even be
fore the time of Kamehameha I, then
Mrs. JJeFries would be correct in her
claims to blue blood.
There are a number of ehiefesses in
Honolulu, who declare unreservedly
that Mrs. DeFries cannot trace her
lineage through Kaalaneo, and there
fore they will compile a formal pro
test which will also be forwarded to
Washington to be filed with the claim.
It is a. well understood fact that few
races treasure noble descent more than
the Hawaiians, every well-born Ha
waiian leaving a long genealogical list
somewhere among the heirlooms of the
family. The old aliis, who, since the
downfall of the monarchy, have se
cluded themselves in proud retirement,
looked, upon these claims with scorn.
No one dared to assail them in their
exalted positions, the new pretenders
dared not even aspire to claim for
themselves anything like the amount
of blue blood as the real descendants
of the highest chiefs. Before the time
of Kalakaua, such claimants never
flourished, but when the merry mon
arch came to the throne a new nobilily
was created upon which the proud oid
aliis looked with disdain. This was
the time when people with strings of
genealogy attached to their names
began delving into the past the
result being a number of genealogies
with a king to start with.
According to Mrs. DeFries' genealogy
she claims to be descended from Ke-
kaulike, king-of Maui, and Kekuiapoi-
wanui; their issue was Kamehameha-
nui OO, Kalola (w.) and Kaleikili;
Kalola married Kaleiopui, whose issue
was Kiwalao: Kalola married a sec
ond time, Keowakalanikupuapaikaiani-
nui, whose issue was Lilikanui, who
married Kiwalao. Kalola's first hus
band, Kaleiopui, was said to be a
grandson of Keaweikekahialiiokamohu,
kinsr of Hawaii. The issue from the
marriage of Lilihanui and Kiwalao was
Keopuolani, also known as Kalanikaui-
kaalaneo. She married first, Lumalwi-
hei, there being no issue from this mar
riage. She afterwards married Kame
hameha I, whose descendants were
Kamehameha II and Kamehameha III,
and Nahienaena v,), the latter hav
ing died without leaving any living is
sue. Mrs. DeFries has laid stress on
the fact that she is descended from
Kalanikanikaalaneo: her descendants
by Kamehameha I were the two kings
who sat upon the throne of Hawaii;
there was no issue, acording to known
genealogies of the marriage of Kalani
kauikaalaneo and Lumaheihei. At this
point the genealogies of Mrs. DeFries
and those of the ehiefesses who claim
to be in absolute possession of the
facts, differ materially.
It is a question which is uprooting
the family traditions, and no gathering
is complete where the various genealo
gies of various people are called up
and made the source of general con
versation. There is a division in Ha
waiian circles as to the correctness of
the genealogies which. Mrs. DeFries
has made public. Mrs. DeFries' own
statement as to her ancestry is given
Kauhiakama and his brother Keumi
kalakanaehuakama and their sisters
Unuilaikaahumanumu and Kauanoho
lani were married in ancient style; two
double canoes were dressed with royal
puloulou alii, which were newly made
for the occasion. To acknowledge their
relationship before landing, they ex
changed feather cloaks, and the two
drums Hawea and Opuku beat loudly
at the sacred ceremony, and tabu alias
fell to the ground to recognize them.
By this marriage they had four child
ren Piilanikapunuiaehu, Kauakahia
kua, Kaikilaninuiahumanu and Kama
alewanui. Piilanikapunuiaehu was
married to the son of Kauhiakama. His
nam" was Kauloai wikamaikeahi-na?-nanuiaehu.
and his sister was I'iipii-
lio married th daughter of
: i n d Kalanikauikikikikaiania
y were broth- r and si:-ter by
iv.i i a laiiui :
n a r V:ik -.:
'i'a ;-.i:iuia r:
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their retinues and other high chief;
from Waihee, and fled over Lanilili
In due time -she and her retinue re
turned to Maui, as she loved the place
of her birth. -Her joy was completed
when she had a son. His name was
Kanakahili, or Luahiwanuiaehu; she
took her infant son and all her retain
ers to meet her husband, in Kaanapali,
and there she died and her remains
were brought back to Maui for burial.
Kapakahilinuiamamao, or Luahiwanui
aehu, grew up under the care of Kame
hamehakauokoa. His affable manners
and the supreme authority and warm
affection among his people on Maui,
gained their confidence. Peace and or
der was again estaDtisnea on jwaui oy
Kalanikupule's engaging him as his aid
and counsellor. He was married twice.
By the first marriage he had twins;
their names were Lilinoe and Kiliou
lani II. By the second marriage a son
was born, whose name was Kalimaka
hilinuiamamao. His first wife was Ma
heha Kapulikoliko, and his second wife
Luhinenui, daughter of Hao and Kaili
pakalua. These two wives were only
children when the famous warrior mar
ried them. He died at the battle of
Kokomo, where he fought Kamehame
ha I. The latter was victorious and
the road to Wailuku was left open to
Kamehameha I. He was very power
ful. and, demanding in a right way, his
retainers loved him and worshipped
him. His remains were attended to by
Vio nrdsrs of Kamehameha I. and a
special court met to decide where the
body was to be placed. They decided
to send it over by water or sea to
Puna, by night on a large canoe, AVaa
Kaulua, whieh he inherited from his
great-grandfathers. His body was left
to his only son under adoption by
Uahinui, a high chief ess in Puna, ua
hinui had a 'son by the name of Kalei
kahua. His son afterward became the
father-in-law of Kalimakahilinuiamao
mao. He married Wahineiopea, and
their issue was Kaholopeamakawalu
nuiakanoa, from the lineal line of Pi-
nea, first wife of Liloa and Imafkalani,
and by this marriage they had thirteen
children; all but two survived them
a son and a daughter. The son's name
; is Samuel Alexander; Liholiho, Kame-
Imaikalani and Mrs. Emma A. K. K
DeFries; she married Henry Howard
The great family medicine of the
age! For sore throat; gargle the throat
with a mixture of Pam-Killer and wa
ter, and the relief is immediate, and
cure positive. It should not he for
gotten that the Pain-Killer is equally
as good to take internally as to use
externally. Avoid substitutes, there is
but one Pain-Killer, Perry Davis".
Price 25 cents and 50 cents. ,
0. Q. YE HOP & CO.
KAHIKINUI MEAT MARKET
FRUITS AJSD VEGETABLES
Beretania Street, cor. Alakea
Phone Blue 2511.
ALSO AT THE
MEAT STAtiliS 19 AND 20
PEOENIX INSURANCE CO-
Cash Assets, $5,523,619.70
Losses Paid, 545,000,000.00
W ATE R HOUSE &' PODMORE
Corner King and Bethel Streets.
P. O. Box 146.
Club Stables, Ltd.
Telephone Main 109.
CHAS. B ELLIN A Manager.
22 Head of Fine Driv
TO ARRIVE p?r S. G. WILDER
HONOLULU LODGE No. 616, B. P.
O. E., will meet temporarily in the of
fice of Dr. C. B. Cooper, or until the
completion of the new hall. Due no
tice of all meetings will be announced
By order of the E. R.
II. D. COUZENS, Secretary.
PACIFIC TRANSFER CO.
JAS. H. LOVE, Manager.
Office, 147 King Street.
Y. YUEN TA1,
No. 1272 Fort Street, near Kukul.
. Dressmaker, Ladies' Cnderwear,
Skirts, Chemises, Etc.
X large line of ready-made Mosquiti
Nets always on hand.
attheu ouJjciii- tor tii
fttiiA: lir'i-f. tiiwiir in
VPiitionof iie At, spr'ii
itvaTidfomfor: t 11eiKV
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Cf'-7 r-t, ftv nt "i' Masitj- rni tfa.MiTt. f's:l "r i.'.t-
Has maf!e arrangements with John
V. Snow fc Co., the well known
DYERS AND CLEANERS
of San Frarci.co, to act as their ntrent j
for there Island?. Ail orders will b
prorr.iii.jy atienueu lo o telephoning j
521 Blue, the Gedsra Cottage. R'churs j
SIG feRU?7yn CORED
irvSSs??ri??5."'-Jl. Thoastinrt? 'lave licen citT'H!
and GOiHi 60.
Specifications and Estimates prepared,
branches of engineering work. Contracts solicited for railroads, electric aaf
team, tunnel, Driages, Duuamgs, nignways, loundatlons, piers, wharves, fit.
Special Attention Givep to Examinations, Valuation and Keport of Properties
for Investment Purposes.
Frederick J. Amweg, M. Am. Soc. C. E.,
W. R. CASTLE, JR., Sec'y and Treas. Engineer and Manager.
I, lUIM Bin B M II I nil
THE GUNN SECTIONAL BOOK-CASE
SI ROUJER BEAWNQ
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Coyne Furniture Co., Ltd.
SQLF GENTS FOR
c3 : Jik
BY THE NIPPON MARU
A Fine Assortment. Also
The Very Latest Style Kimonos
Now Displayed at
141 Hotel Street.
fflimmiaaMm saaimyiiiiiifc.w usees Btngrawh
and get a pair of
KEEP COOL and buy one of our 25c. Men's Straw
Hats. We also have Straw Hats for Lsd.es from 15c, up.
Hotel Street, next
THE ORIENTAL LIFE INSURANCE CO., LI
T. IE3. McCOT, E'resid.ea.t. '
CAPITAL STOCK $500,000.00.
The only Insurance company In the world laealng policies In both the
ENGLISH and CHINESE languages.
Policies contain all modern advantages of the endowment and other forms
issued by the leading American companies.
Governed by the safest Insurance systems. The pioneer Chinese-American
company. Telephone Main 76.
HOME OFFICE: 301-302 Staupenw al ISldj?., ironoliil", 1
: OaSiu Carriage Mfg. Co., Ltd. :
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t Parting, Biacmilbirig 2ud Ifmmln A SpedsUv.
t LL OEDBRS PK01IFTLT ATTENDED TO. . t
TK-.n ZiL V, O. Box JTS.
Rooms 508, 509, 510
All. classes of Engineering "Work solic
ited. Examinations, Survey and K
ports made for "Waterworks, Steam ani
Electrical Construction; Plana aad
and construction superintended la all
w . i ,ui
The Completed Case has
all the outward appear
ance of a solid hand
some piece of furniture.
The Doors are mounted on
HOLLER BEARINGS, and op
erated with one hand free.
The "GUNN" is the only sys
tem in which a broken glass
can easily be replaced.
The "GUNN" is the ONLY
Bookcase manufactured in
GRAND RAPIDS. Look for the
registered Grand Rapids trade
mark highest possible guaran
tee of perfect workmanship.
AVE INVITE INSPECTION.
Agentp, Honolulu, H.'T.
The , highest type of
Distilled in the cld-fash-ioned
way from selected
Aced in wood.
An aid to digestion and
tonic stimulant combined.
Absolutely pure and of
delicate flavor. .
Sold throughout the-rw
One and three crown.
"XL1 ATI I
Hp Urn w irM i
1A00CK & CO., Ltd
our 25c. Suspenders.
to Castle & Coofee.