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Just a Glance . . .
Over this list and you may find something you have wanted for a
long time. Next week we will nave an enureiy ucw uSb.
am Hatchets Asohaltum. Asbestos, Alumn, Balances, Batter!
Pl" nAnw Blowers. Brimstone. Be
- iacK r.s. , r ' ;. Brooms. Blocks, Bolts, Borax.
ing, lienzine, uus, iwu j
Buckets, iiucKies, tsrusnes. .. -nrhirlp Cleaves Chls-
Chalk. Clamp... Cartridge. Casters. Cat
els. Chimneys and Globes. Clippers . . ' Cutters
smiths' Coal. Dos Collars. Compound, Choppers, Feed Cutters.
Dressing. Drills (all sizes).
Elastic Shoe. Evelets. Emery. .
. tt..!. PnrM. Forks. Jr-iuters, rust.
asis. r reezers. r " nimlets. Gouges.
OreilStr, vii uiuji" . '
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Hasps and Staples, Hinges,
Gold Leaf, Gauges, Gates,
and Rifles. ,
Hammers. Handles, Hangers. Handcuffs.
Hooks. Hose Hoes Tnen,;ltorS. Jackscrews. Knives
iron isneei anu ua.it, i', i
ceSdeSntems. Lashes, Lasts! Levels. Lead Leather. ' Lines,
Matsuls. Mallets. Matches. MaiIne.'variou.). Yellow Metal. Meas
ures. Mills. Mowers, Mops. v.,,.
Kails (all kinds). Netting and Cylinder Oils).
P S Mms an Vinds). Planes, Pincers and Flyers , HtcJ.
f watfr and steam . Pipe Fittings. Plows and parts. Potash. Pots, Pol
e (water anu s1""1.,,.. t,h-o Pnm rc. Pumps.
isn, PointMwuw. ' v.;. .J isomers. Kings. Rivets,
lulLariSi X fct V v fc. - - '
I""1". V T.,1,.. IMcIn
Pnwlnrkq Rone (S'sai. .Manna ana ne), .i.mc, ...w.. , ,
Salto. Salamonlae. Sal Soda. Staples. Snaps. Stains. Scales. Sandpaper.
"l.'j c cof..u Riwlipr Srrews. Soueezers, Snips, bprinKiers,
3:v .vi?ors Scythes, springs, &oa.p, iuh, ot-w-, ..i. - .
ShoXrns: singes. Stocks and Dies. Sabres Saungee Spur
. .t-.. 11 rr i,a Toiontinnpx anil nRrts. i nermomeierE, j.u.9.
racKS, l raps, a. - -
Tools, Turpentine, Tubs,
ThimhiM Tires. Twine. Tongs, iroweis,
Trucks, Turnbuckles, Tubes, Zinc.
Varnishes (all kinds). Valves, Vise?.
r -Washboards. Wax. Washers, Wads, Wedges,
Wrenches. Wire. Wicking, Whips and Lashes. Wringers.
Yardsticks. Tin. Spoons. Swivels. Sheaves. Shackles. Taper, os Hames.
Glue. Gasoline. Duck, Churns, Incubators. Hunting Supplies, Sporting Goods.
E. 0. HftLL & Ltd.
PRINCESS EMMA DEFRIES
REBUKES ENVIOUS CRITICS
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Bed Rock Prices
Where to buy Furniture is
often a problem to the new
housekeeper and it is one of
the functions of thia store to
v.4,n in telectine suitable
and pleasing gxjds. Here are some prices on Bedroom Sets, the
prices of which are far below tho ordinary:
Pine Bedroom Set, 7 pieces, consisting of double
bed, dresser, washstand, table, rocker and Jjg
chairs, our price $22.50
Elm Set, 7 pieces $32 50
Ash Set of 7 piece?, handeomely finished... .....$35 00
White Mapie, 7 pieces $35 OO
Oak Bedroom Set, 7 pieces..... $40.00
We took an inventory last week. An
inventory is certain to disclose surplus,
lota in some classes of good J, odd lots in
others, broken lines, etc. All these we
prefer to dispose of at any price before
we renew our stocks for the opening
year. We have opfned the bargain
throttle wide and put on full fpeed.
Let bargain seekers board our train, if
they would not b9 left.
A Great Surprise.
She Gives Interesting Glimpses of Her Own
Royal Genealogy and Exposes Some Base
Pretenders to Blue Blood.
Coyne Furniture Co., Ltd.
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Honolulu, Jan. 24, 1902.
DITOR ADVERTISER Kindly al
ow me space In your valuable
paper for a delayed answer to an
accusation and false statement fur
nished the Evening- Bulletin of Decem
ber 24th, by an Irresponsible pretender,
who makes an extreme effort in con
tradicting an article in the Pacific
Commercial" Advertiser of December 17.
It being: the twenty-fifth anniversary
of our wedding1, I took no heed at that
time of the hideous fabrication given
and signed "Pueaamakakaualii" (which
name was lately adopted by a Mrs. Ro
salia Freemann), once a servant girl to
the la.te Airs. Kaumana Pilahinilani
fniju'ip "irrumi Rii j Kapoli Widemann, whose genealogy Is
-:." '7- T"' .-V .r r- rtr: r., . zr-'Ts hrnneht into nnpst on nv her and oth-
K: . .. ar'-'- a'w-1... . , -v.: . i : .v.y-r.'-j -.v. a ers. iier mocner. ruDUKa iw.i siiii re
mains a washerwoman.
Of late Mrs. Rosalia Freemann and
the well known and recognized author
ity, A. K. Palekaluhi, have attained
a certain notoriety through their en
deavors to indulge In genealogical
discussions in some of the local papers,
borne out, corroborated and supported
by some others (chiefs of the kukuinut
shade and earth-kept popolos), whom
she refers to as my superiors. Who
these people are and what claims they
have to alii blood, I shall soon show by
stating a few facts which will prove,
for very obvious reasons, how ground
less their claims are, as" well as this
high official fabrication of my qalling
on and attempting to secure $150, for
which I invited myself to furnish him
his ancestors. How dare these people
in their supreme impudence, scheme to
bring the well known genealogies of
the Widemanns and myself into disre
pute before the public, and to press
their own obscure ancestors to the
front as descendants of Kamehame
ha the Great. It would be ridiculous
were it not done with malicioua intent.
and is only a further proof of their
ignorance. It is a well known fact
that the ancestors of the woman Ro
salia Freemann hailed from Puna, Ha
waii, where they were retainers under
Kaimuloa (k.), an ancestor of the
Coney family, and a chief of that dis
trict. This alone, sufficiently shows
that she is of low birth, and as Ignor
ant and unfit to discuss ancient Ha
waiian traditions as a Japanese wash
erwoman Is to discuss the politics of
today. For this reason, it would be
absurd to reply to any of her ques
tions, and to the accusations which
she has openly made in the course of
her fraudulent statement, in which she
nas seen fit to attack, and for personal
reasons, and through ill-feeling, Ka-
lanikauikikilo Kalawaiakua Waikana-
cpecm cations and estimates furnished cn electric work of everv great-great-grandmother, Kiliou'ani-
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was one of those who was allowed to
it at their royal banquets, balls, etc..
etc. I have proofs of this in writing,
signed by three different chamberlains,
at their majesties' request. Even at
her majesty Queen Iiliuokalani's court
during the King's absence, I still held
that honor. May I ask where were
these people who now have the bold
ness to try and betray us of our birth
rights. Rest assured that what they
claim is not their right, as that what
we claim is ours. I shall know better
hereafter who I invite to partake of
my best brandy, especially the balance
left from the royal kahuna pig, at
which Mrs. Rosalia Freemann makes a
terrible squeal, although 6he assisted
in the cooking. I was only an invited
guest, and also the "Widemanns, on the
occasion in question. The pig was
merely an honor due our ancestors, in
upholding Hawaiian traditions, it be
ing a well known fact that in ancient
times, as on this occasion, It has been
customary to use pig, fish, awa root,
fruit of certain distinctions, etc. I sin
cerely regret that your "mother
tongue" has proven an impossibility
i nnn on n-r. c 1 1 5 i n rr n A . . n 5 n t nr-ac aA
'jA i A: ' m-'ry -'.i 'k::-.-rC:,sv
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nessesl I regard you both as objects
to be pitied, in your frantic state of
mind, rather disastrous to your second
attempt on genealogical discussions. I
still feel that some notice should be
taken of such deliberate falsifications
by which you, Mrs. Rosalia Freemann,
have brought disgrace upon yourself
in exposing the names of the well
known editors who kindly furnished public, in accusing the Territorial gov
you the credit of your "mother ernment, which is in power, and the
tongue." I do not deny having read- Advertiser staff, because they do what
justed and published Widemann's gen- Is right and fair. I shall not hereafter
ealogy, but that I am its author, is ; attempt to use my pen as I have f re
absolutely untrue. Furthermore, her j quently done, for Mrs. Wilcox and oth
majesty. Queen Kapiolani, recognized ers, knowing that you, Rosalia Free
Mrs. Widemann as her first cousin, j mann, are not her equal. If you find
through Lelemaholani (w.), first daugh- my reference to your very ordinary ex
ter of Queen Kamakahelei (w.), and a traction to be rather unflattering, the
very high chief, Kaneoneo (k.), and it fault is not mine, but that of your
was through her majesty's court that common ancestors, I remain
Reduction on Lamps
Our own Lamp, viz.: the
"Oceanic" has made its
reputation here as the best
lamp in this market. We
have been selling them at
$2 75 per dozen.
20 Cents Each or
$2 .40 Per Dozen.
If you have not yet tried
them now is the time.
we received copies of their ancestry. I
need only inform these people that
among the prominent ladies of their
majesties' court of thirteen years, I
Electric Light and Telephone Systems
In the above plantations installed by
Hoom 6, Mclntyre Building - Honolulu
description. Efficient electricians furnished on short notice.
Prompt Attention Given to All Orders
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-Arlington block, hotel st. H. F. DAVISON, Manager.
MILK. MILK. MILK
Milk, Butter and Cream; the BEST sold in the islands.
: vjU; Honolulu Dairymen's Assn.
nuiamamao Hikaiwainui (w.), first born
to Kiwalao (k.), son of Kalaniopuu (k.).
King of Hawaii, in the year li64, long
after the death of Kualii (k.). She
grew up under the care of three high
chiefs. Naili (k.). Kueue (k.), Iwikaui-
kaua (w.). Naili (k.), a brother to Ka
makaimoku (w.), wife of Kalaniriuia-
mamao (k.), Keuue, or Kauokalani (k.),
a son to Naill (k.), and a great-greatgrandfather
to J. Nawahi and others,
and the third was a very high chiefess.
Iwikauikaua (w.). Her heiau still re
calls her memory in Kau, Hawaii,
where my great-great-grandmother.
Kilioulaninuiamamao Hikawainui (w.)
and her cousin, Kaleipaopao (w.), were
both brought up from childhood. She
was married in the year 1(80 to the
chief warrior, Kapakapilinuiaehu (k.),
grandson of Kalanikaumakaowakea
(k.). and son of Kauloaiwi (k.),
In the year 17S1 a son was born to
them. He grew up under the care of
Kamehameha Kauokoa (k.). and his
wife. Kiliwehi (w.). The latter died in
Kaanapali District, in the same year.
She requested to have her remains bur
ied at Pakaalaneo, her birthplace. I
can suggest a number of occupations,
knowing this self-made high chief-
ess (?), that might redound with more
credit to her than r-ublishinsr rot in
the newspapers to gratify her spite. I
can no more chance or could have
made up the well known historical
names of the ancestors of th Wide
manns than I can inject blue alii blood
Into the veins of the ancestors of this
intriguer, who, in her impudent ignor
ance, leaves me before the public as
sole Judge of the premises. The point
in question being certain "per
formqpr(" to which both she and
yw 1 iore
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This choice fruit makes the
very best kind of Jam, and
is Hawaii's daintiest con
tribution to the table.
We have It In email and
large Jars "and pay particu
lar attention to packing It
for chipping-, as many of our
customers send it to their
friends on the coast.
If you hare nerer tasted
poha Jam, order a Jar; we
are sure you will like It.
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tVaialua Agricultural Company,
A SPECIAL MEETING OF THE
shareholders of the "Waialua Agricul
tural Co., Ltd., will be held In the hall
over the office of Castle & Cooke. Ltd.,
tn Honolulu, on Wednesday, February
12, 1902, at lft o'clock a. m. Business
consideration of new by-laws.
E. D. TENNET,
Secretary "Waialua Agricultural Co,