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PACIFIC COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER, HONOLULU, NOVEMBER 5, 1901.
THE 6 NOVEMBER Bargain Sale! We are going to astonish the Lad ies; we want to Break the Kecord in Cash Sales this Month never mind what kind of Dry Goods you require, come to Queen street and you can get it cheapest at KERR'S. These Quotations Do All The Talking. 200 pieces 32-inch Organdies, Percales, etc , 5c yard. 136 pieces Selmah Cords, Cottonette and Batistes, 18 yards $1.00. Fine Ginghams worth 8c, close out at 5c yard. Amoskeg and Red Seal Gingbains, 10c yard. 120 pieces Swiss Muslin, Fancy Grenadines, etc., were 25c, closing out at 10c yard. Narrow Striped White Muslins, 5c. 50 pieces White Muslins in Checks, Stripes and Swiss Spots, worth 12c, November Price, 8flc. BEDSPREADS! BEDSPREADS! We always were leaders in these goods see what we are doing this month at 60c, 75c, $1 and upward. Underclothing. We have invoices of a big quantity opening next steamer, of which we will have something to say later on. To make room for this new shipment we want to close out the whole of our stock THIS WEEK. See our enter Table This Week. Night Gowns were $2.50 and $3, this week $1.25, $1 50. Chemises this week half price, 75c, $1, $1.25. Ladies Drawers half price this week, 60c, 75c, $1. :o :- Table Linens, Napkins and Sheetings, All at Record Breaking Prices. Gome to our November Sale. L. B. KERR & CO, LIMITED. QUEEN S1KEET. GETS BACK AT THE "PRINCESS" Mrs. Defries Answers Mrs. Wil cox's Attack on Her Genealogy. llrs. Defries decidedly repudiates the statement in the Home Rule Republi can that any haole had to do with the genealogy published by her authority. The records from which the genea logy was taken were the same ones from which Mrs. Wilcox worked out her own genealogy, and are absolute ly correct. This is Mrs. Defries own statement. The following further com munication from her will be of interest in this connection: Editor Advertiser Kilioulanlnuiama mao (w.) is the true issue of Kiwalao (k.) and Kalanikauikikilokalaniakua v.). She was born at Pakaalaneo, Maui, after the death of Kualii (k.), and after the battle of Pohakumaneo, in Molokai, between Kalanopuu (k.) and Keeumoku (k.). Kalaniopuu (k.) lied to Maui for refuge; in due time lie took his granddaughter KilioulAiinuia mamao (w.) to Kau, Hawaii. She grew up under the care of Iwikauikaua (w.) and a chief known as Keeeualam (k.), a half-brother to Kalaniopuu, grand father to J. Nawahi (k.) and others, and after the death of Captain Cook she and her retinue returned to Maui. There she married the chief warrior, Kapakahili (k.). Their only issue was Kapakahilinuiamamao (k.), who grew up under the care of Kamehameha Kauokoa (k.), who married Kallipaka lua (w.). Their issue was my grand father Kalimakahilinuiamamao (k.). EMMA ALEXANDRIA KALANI KAUIKAALANEO KIEIOULA N I Nl'IAMAM AO DEFRIES. Y. M. C. A. HOLDS MONTHLY MEETING Money is Needed by the Organ ization for Its Good Work. At the monthly meeting of the directors of the Young Men's Christian Association held last evening, the following were present: President T. Cllve Davies. Vice President J. P. Cooke, Messrs. A. B. Wood, C. H. Cooke, C. H. Atherton, Theodore Richards, Edgar Wood. R. H. Trent was elected a member of the board and was also elected to the post of Re cording Secretary, to succeed J- M. Moore, who is now in Chicago studying to prepare himself for Association work. The question of littlng up a room In the second story of the Association building for the Juniors was dijeussed, and the Junior committee hopes to en list the aid of ladies interested. Classes were reported as making prog ress, and new gymnasium classes were being formed. The sum of $356 was re ported as being taken in last month by the secretary for membership fees, and $83 for educational fees. Unusual ex penses on the building within the last few months have drained the treasury, and it was estimated that $2,010 Would no more than put the Association in con dition to give it an opportunity to forge ahead. The week of prayer for Christian Asso ciations begins next Sunday, and mem bers' meetings will be held after business hours every day. It is expected that the city pastors will speak at one of their services of the work of the Association the world over, or set apart one of their Wednesday evening meetings for the pur pose. A SHEAF OF HAWAIIAN VERSE Hawaii is developing a kind of culin ary poetry which, if not altogether metrical, is at least appetizing. Mr. Testa, our leading gastronome, is the publisher, and the writer, or chef, has long been known to local fame as the Sweet Singer of Makapuu Point. Here are specimen verses of recent origin: A DEFENDER OF BK1SKET. Pray, did you ever eat cold briskit with biscuit? It is good for breakfast and lunch. Crisp biscuit with well cooked brisket. Pack a si :oe of cold brisket lit-twixt a couple of biscuit. Put mustard on your brisket, And butt-r, of course, the biscuit. Mix vim-gar with the mustard, for your brisket. And sprinkle sugar on the butter of the biscuit. "Sea?" When you want a stout dinner. Try a slice of hot brisket With potatoes and cabbage. But not between biscuit. That is more for a lunch. The biscuit and brisket. Anne M. Prescott. NIC Oh. I beg of you to learn To make wheaten pancakes like Niu! For I've never known of but a few. Could make pancakes like pancakes of Ntal So white, so puffy and light they are all right! Those delicious pancakes of Niu. As soft as down, and all done brown, (In any town, be worth a crown). Hut, perhaps, you've eaten the wheaten p.incakes of Niu? In this town they can never be beat. So crisp and so sweet, those fried pan cakes of wheat. As big as a saucer, and looking so neat. Oh, it's a treat to take your seat Whore they'll pass the pancakes of Niu! (If I were you, IM never neglect To learn to make pancakes like Niu!) The pancakes light, they are a sight, Vhn piled on a platter high: And it makes you ask (with a sigh) the reason why So few can make pancakes like Niu. I must beg of you all to bejfin To make sweet, tender pancakes like Niu: For. if you travel this whole world throuKh, You'll ne'er find pancakes better than Niu. Anne M. Prescott. JAS. F. MORGAN, Auctioneer aM Broker 65 QUEEN STREET, P. O. Box 594. Telephone 72 Closing Out! Auction Sale OF Mti lies u mm Owing to closing out the business of the Honolulu Stock Yards Co., Ltd., I will sell at Public Auction at the prem ises of the Company. King Street, Ho nolulu, ON MONDAY, NOV. 11, AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M . all of their Carriage, Express nnfl Dray Horses, several California and Hawai ian Mules, and a lot of new and second hand Buggies, Phaetons. Surreys, Sets of Harness, etc., etc. Stock and Carriages can be seen daily at the Stables. JAS. F. MORGAN. AUCTIONEER. OF- Business Property! The undersigned will receive appli cations to lease lots In the "SCHMIDT CENTRAL BLOCK" on Beretanla street. No. 588, adjoining the premises of the Queen's Hospital. This valuable property will be divid ed into several business sites and offers a fine chance to investors in Real Es tate. Suitable for Stores, Lodging Houses oc Dwellings. Applications for lots will be treated in priority and it will pay to make early applications. An important feature of these leases is that the lessee has the option of purchasing his lot In fee simple during the term of his lease at a figure based on the rental he is paying. Terms and conditions of lease with amount of rents asked can be had on application to JAMES F. MORGAN, 65 Queen Street. JAS. F. M0RGA H in i ite 65 Queen Street. 0. tax 54. Ttltphant 71 i Fresh Butter ery butter, and has vor. The price is 35c. per pound. H. MAY & CO., Telephones, 22, 24, 92. SILVER KING TOBACCO THE IDEAL SMOKE FOB PIPE OR CIGARETTES Carefully Selected from the best growths of Virginia and North Carolina tobacco. It will be YOUR FAVORITE BRAND when once tried and you will find it Sweet, Cool and Economical. H.HACKFELD&CO..LTD. Exclusive Dealers for the Hawaiian Islands RUGS AND MATS DIRECT FROM JAPAN. i Designs and Styles Only a limited number for sale and we would advise our customers to come early and see them IN PASSING SEE THE DISPLAY IN OUR WINDOWS. Waverley Block, Hotel Street. t WOLTERS. WALDRON CO., Ltd Sole Agents for Armour Packing Co. has just received a shipment of Armour's Hams and Bacon as well as a full line of CANNED GOODS, and offer the same for sale. QUEEN STREET. THE WATER FROM THE FAMOUS It A MtTi.tJTT Hi'itlXO Ts put up in Bottles and sold by LOVEJOY & COMPANY. SOLK AGRNT8 FOB THK TERRITORY OF HAWAII. Sure cure for all Kidney Diseases, Bright's Disease, Dyspepsia and Malarial Affections. Made on the Island of Hawaii and shipped to us Fresh by every steamer. This butter is a very fine aualitv of cream a most delicate fla Ltd., Never Shown Before. AKI I Boston Block, Fort Street. HONOLULU, H. I. I