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THE PACIFIC COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER. HONOLULU, NOVEMBER 7, 1901.
MEMBERS OF THE DE FRIES
LINE OF NOTABLE HAWAIIAN'S
Rooms 508, 509, 510
All classes of Engineering: Work aoll
ited. Examinations, Surveys and JUk
porta made for Waterworks. Steam ani
Electrical Construction: Plana aaa
This Is a modern Department Store; covering nine acres of
floor space, employing from iooo to 2000 people according to th
season of the year. The sixty-four departments sell everything
to eat, drink, wear, usa in the home, and for sports and recreation.
We have made a special study of th requirements for the Island
trade. We can save you money. Send us a trial order.
Specifications and Estimates prepared, and construction superintended, la all
branches of engineering work. Contracts solicited for railroads, electric aa
team, tunnel, bridges, buildings, highways, foundation, piera, wharves. ta
Special Attention Given to Examinations, Valuations and Rport of Propertlai
(or Inveatmeut Purposes.
Frederick J. Amweg, M. Am. Soc. C. E.,
W. R. CASTLE. JR., Sec'y and Treas. Engineer and Manager.
Men' x Hats
Ready to'iuear Clothing for Men, Women and Children
Jirtitt' Material. Musicml Instruments, etc., etc.
Send for free copy of our large general catalogue The Em
porium Economist, which contains more than 1000 illustra
tions of latest fashions, etc. It tells how to shop economics
ally by mail.
THE KASH CO., Ld
Question What are Suspenders used for?
Answer To keep your trousers up.
Don't you need a pair for each pair
of your trousers? If you do we have ?ome crack-a-jacks. Just
opened them out.
WE KEEP OUR EYES 0T THE FACTORIES !
We buy all of our merchandise direct from the Manufacturers.
OUR CLOTHING is widely known for its make, fit and wear.
OUR HATS are of the best material only.
OUR FURNISHING GOODS are the latest patterns, the most
stylish and the best productions of the world's makings.
WE PAY CASH AI WE SELL FOR CASH !
BATH ROBES, BATH TOWELS, just in. Have a look at our
windows, corner Fort and Hotel streets.
THE KASH CO., Ltd.
TWO STORES TWO STOCKS
TWO TELEPHONES : 96 Main, 376 Main.
HIRAM. JOHN AND HENRY DE FRIES.
Editor Advertiser: Genealogy and ,1791 which would prove the old lady we
history of .Mr. and Mrs. Henry Howard , a, e Peakine about to be 107 years of
. .. . . . . age. She was the mother f twenty-
Kauauanulamahi De Fries is hereb I , - , ,,
two children, fifteen of whom lived for
given and delivered In our hands this some years, and were married had is
22nd day of August in the year of Our sues and died young. Her youngest son
T.r.rrt Ono Thousand Nino Hundred and i lurl eais oi age. uunng tne time
One. being the twentieth anniversary
birth of their son John Alexander Lt
His father. Henry Howard Kauaua
nuiamahi De Fries, was born in Koha-
la, Hawaii, March 1st. 1856- His mother Paluanuhikanaloa De Fries
F. W. Klein.
THE PARAGON MARKET
Auid Block, corner Beretania and Emma Street?,
is now open for business and will carry constantly on hand a
choice supply of
FRESH MEATS, POULTRY, FISH, HAMS, BACON, LARD,
BUTTER AND EGGS.
FAMILY TRADE A SPECIALTY.
Two Deliveries Daily - - - - - 7:30 a. ra and 2:30 p.m.
n'eleipli.on.e Tstin. 104,
Metropolitan Meat Co., Ltd.
FRESH MEATS AND FISH
By Every Steamer from the
Coast that has Cold Storage.
Choice Beef, Veal, Mutton, Lamb
and Pork always on hand, also
Poultry, Salmon and Halibut.
FOB SALE AT
The Metropolitan Meat Co., King Street; Telephone 65.
The Booth, Fishmarket; Telephone 379.
Central Market, Nnoanu Street; Telephone 104.
is from the lineal line of Liloa (k) by
his son Hakau k) and to Umiiwiula
(w), mother of Kauauanuiamahi (k)
and his only brother. Mahi (k). They
gained victories in the battle of Mahiki
but finally dissatisfied, in the name o
Kaili they raised weapons, spears, etc
to kill themselves. Kauauanuaman
(k) was heard to say: "It is better for
us both to die on this battlefield by the
strength and power of our God (Kaili)
Our family will hdreafter rise with
pride, and will take interest also in anj
battle allotted to them," and his brother
Mahi was heard to say, "Our love to
our children, how could we die." No
loss of time was allowed by his brother
Kauauanuiamahi. He raised his wea
pons on his only brother and said:
"There are many here to be our com
panions in death," and the two brothers
ended their lives side by side.
These are the ancestors of Henry
Howard Kauauanuiamahi De Fries:
Liloa k) marries Pinea (w) issue Ha
kau (k): Hakau (k) marries Kukulani
anae w issue Pineaikalam (k) and a
sister Keauomeha (w); (Pio) issue Ha
kaukalalapuakea (w), marries Keawe
nuiaumi (k) issue Ilikikuahine fw); Hi
kikuahine fw) marries Keliiolono, issue
Opua (k). marries Hinakauhiohope (w)
issue iHkieleele (w). marries Makaku
okalani (k) issue I muwiula (w). mar
ries Mahi k) issue Kauauanuiamahi
(k) and his brother Mahi (k), this last
named, had no issue they lived tog-ether
from childhood. Through Kauauanuia
mahi (k) they had issues, grand issues
and great grand issues. Kauauanuia
mahi had three wives. The first wife
is Kalanikauleleiaiwi. their issue was
Alapainui (k). His second wife is Ke
pookapuokalani, their issue was Kepoo
haae (k) and a sister Kaleiheana. His
third wife is Kaohukiokalani. They had
seven issues, only three survive: Opu
(w), Kuheana (w) and Paluanuhikana
loa (k). Alapai marries his half sistt r
Kaleiheana, issue is Koaokalani (k),
marries his aunt Opu, their issue is Ka
neeleele (k) and three others. He mar
ries Wahinekaulana (w). their issue is
Kekoaokalani (k) and two others- He
marries Keliiopunui (w), had twenty
two children, all dead, but two survive
from one of their daughters, Hale-o-Keawe
(w), married Mr. John De
Fries. Sr. By this marriage they had
four issues, first son Henry Howard
Kauauanuiamahi. He marries Emma
Alexandria Kalanikauikaalaneo Kiliou
laninuiamamao, a lineal descendant
from Queen Keopuolani, Kamehameha
I. wife: the second son of Haleokeawe,
John Keaumakalani, marries Hat lie
Kawailani of equal lineal line to her
husband, through his ancestries. By
this marriage no issue. The third son.
Hiram Paluanuhikanaloa, marries a
lady n Salt Lake City, foyr issues, the
fourth issue is a daughter, Julia Wahi
nekaulana, marries William Rice, a
prominent descendant by his mother's
side, eight issues. In numbering up the
grand issues of Hale-o-Keawe and her
issues and also hA- mother's, the old
when Mr. R. O. Wyllie was Minister of
Foreign Affairs on account of her being
very prolific a special silver medal was
made for her, which she highly prized
It must be known she was only married
once. The medal is now in the posses
sion of her youngest grandson, Hiram
Salt Lake City.
These are the ancestors of Pupu (w)
mother of Kaunakakai (w) and wife of
Pualinui: Lonoaahu (k) marries Ka-leikapu-a-Lono
(w), marries Hulukane (k) Issues Ka
uhiokeka and Kapapaeeulumoku (w),
this last Issue marries Hewahewanui
(k) issue Eleeleualani (w) and Kapiko
kaakua (k), Pio issue Pupunuiaikana
ka (w), she marries Pualinui (k) issue
Kaunakakai (w) and Kuheleaulani, Ka
unakakai (w) marries Paluanuhikana
loa (k) issue Keliiopunui (w) and Ka
lilikane (k), Keliiopunui (w) marries
Kekoaokalani (k). fifteen children. A
history is also given of Kaaeokalani
(k as being the first one to use the
word (kamau) in walking, very much
stricken in years Kaaeokalani k) and
his only son responded to Kalaniakua
k) Kuhaua, of setting a certain day
to build his Imu Loli in Kaupo, Maui,
as it is tne custom amongst hign
chiefs to pay respect to one high in
rank. Kalaniakua seeing Kaaeokalan
(k) and his son. Kekaokalani k), com
ing hail out to them with joy, saying E.
Kaaeokalani k) e, hele mai, ke naue ae
nei ke Akua, e-a- Kaaeokalani (k) and
his son responded, "A-e ke kamau ae
nei i ka la luu loli ou e Kalani." Thes;?
words were kept secret by Keliiopunui
and knowing that her death was draw
ing nigh she wanted every word writ
ten. which came to her memory this
genealogy and history comes from the
ld lady herself, and others that knew
hr and her husband.
We have come to the four issues of
Hale-o-Keawe w) and grand issues.
Henry Howard Kauauanuiamahi
genealogy is now ended. His issues
will be given in through Mrs. Emma
Alexandria . Kalanikauikaalaneo De
THE GUNN SECTIONAL BOOK-CASE
The Completed Case has
all the outward appear
ance of a solid hand
some piece of furniture.
The Doors are mounted on
ROLLER 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 ONLT
Bookcase manufactured In
GRAND RAPIDS. Look for the
registered Grand Rapids trade
mark highest possible guaran
tee of perfect workmanship.
WE INVITE INSPECTION.
Coyne Furniture Co., Ltd.
Progress Block. Agents, Honolulu, H. T.
m s mm mi ivemtm
III! I W I 1B1 III IW Mil
On Saturday, November
COMMENCING AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M..
I will offer for sale at auction by or
der of Mrs. A. R' BINDT, upon the
premises, being No. 1223 Peterson's
Household Goods and Furniture
85 Kin? Street.
Tel. Elue 31.
and Sewer (Connections
Niza IRON WORK
lady had twenty-two, the daughter had
four and the son and daughter had
twenty-three, this place Hale-o-Keawe.
and her husband, John Henry De
Fries, Sr. have twenty-seven issues liv
ing. Here are the ancestries of Keliio
punui w). the mother of twenty-two
hildren. wife at Kekoaokalani k):
Kauauanuiamahi (k) marries Kaohu
kiokalani (w), seven issues, three sur
vive: Opu (w), Kuheana (w), Paluanu
hikanaloa (k), marries a lady of high
rank. Her ancestries are from the
lineal line of Kalonanui (k), marries
Kahalakaihuholua (w) issue Kalania
kua (k), marries Kelea (w) issue Laie
loheloheikawai (w), marries Piilanikane
(k) issue Kaleiheana II. sister of Kiha
apiilani (k) and Lonoapii (k). Kaleihe
ana II marries Kaaeokalani (k) issue
K.-ka ikalani (k). marries Kuhelani (w).
his own cousin, their issue is Iua!tnui
(k), marries Pupuaikanaka (w) issue
Kaunakakai (w). marrit-s ihe son of
Kauauanuiamahi (k), his name is Pa
luanuhikanaloa (k). and their issue is
Keliiopunui (w) and a son. Kaliliaimo
ku; Keliiopunui marries Kekoaokalani
(k). twenty-two issues, all dead but
two. their names are Kekoanuiokalani
(k) and Paluanuhikanaloa II. and from
one of Keliiopunui (w) and Kekoaoka
lani (k). daughter Hale-o-Keawe (w),
through her they had issue and grand
issue and great grand issues to Kelii
opunui w. this old lady lived 107 years,
the mother of fifteen children. She
died at Puaikaula. Puuloa Harbor, fit
the house of one of her grandsons. Mr
John Keaumakalani. She was born at
Kaupo on the island of Maui. From
her it was learned that she was born
about the time of the ba'.tle of "the red
mouth-d cannon" Kepuwahaulaula. or
Kawai the water) fought by the com
bined forces of Kahekili (k) and his
brother Kaeo. King of Kauai, against
Kamehameha I. who was victorious.
This battle was noted as being the first
one in which a cannon from the for
eigners was used with deadly effect.
Our noted chronicler, the late Judge
Forn3nder. has set this time to be about
Consisting of Parlor Furniture, Couches,
Center Tables, Wicker Rockers, Cur
tains. Oak Bedroom Sets, Iron Bed
steads, Dining Table and Chairs, Refri-
Jgerator, Meat Safe, Cook Stove, China
I and Glassware. Kitchen Ctensils, Lawn
Mower, Garden Tools, Plants. Etc.. Etc.
WILL E. FISHER,
athe attraction alLoverJhe world I
M I Ml j- ' " "
1 for the weary traveler is -eSj " iBIBm
Cyrus Noble whiskey. 8BhB88s
I Its stimulative and tonic "gfeJHt-'fr MS3& I
I properties renrfrr it of great rStl ' fmjgjr
I value in cases of fatigue and Jj tj$fc I
I Distilled from selected ( . S ,1
Of delicate flavor. 4S08flBtattBHB9i ftf"
One and three crown. QVQflP
W. C. PEACOCK & CO., Ltd.
SOLF AGENTS FOR HAWAII TERRITORY.
BY THE NIPPON MABU
A Fine Assortment. Also
The Very Latest Style Kimonos
Now Displayed at
141 Hotel Street.
Balauce on time.
Will E. Fisher,
Real Estate Agent and Auc
tioneer, Cor. Merchant, ami AJakea Sts.
RILL. OF FARE
GOOD SQUARE MEAL FOR 25 CEHTS
Board $4.50 per Week.
1250 Fort Street, four doors above
and get a pair oi our 25c. Suspenders.
KEEP COOL and buy one of our 25c. Men's Straw
Hats. We also have Straw Hats for Ladies from 15c, up.
Hotel Street, next to Cattle & Cooke.
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CAPITAL STOCK r,00,000.00.
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company. Telephone Main 71.
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Oahu Carriage Mfg. Co., Ltd. :
t Painting, Rlacksmithing and TTimmlng A Specialty
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