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Tim HAWAIIAN -STAll: THUKSDAY, JUNE 1, 1898. SIX PAGES.
CHEERS FOR EUULIE.
GREETING OF THE SPNiSH
She Evinces the Greatest Pleasure at
the Demonstrations in Her
Ni;v York, May 19. The Infanta
Eulalie the official and personal repre
sentative of Queen Regent Christina of
Spain, ai rived at the port of New Yoik
to-day, and fur the first time in many
years the United States entertains uffi
cially a member of the royal reigning
families of Europe.
Soon after dawn this morning the
Dolphin, preceded by the Spanish war
ship Infanta Isabel, ste.imed down to
Sandy Hook and there found the Span
ish steamer Reina Maria Christina
bearing the distinguished guests, lying
at anchor. The Infanta Isibcl fired a
royal salute after the arrangement of
the official details. Then the vessels,
handsomely decorated with (lags and
bunting, hoisted anchors and steamed
up the bay.
As the start was made the Dolphin
swung around in the lead and the
American and Spanish national colors
were broken to the breeze at the mast
heads and a national salute of twenty
one guns began to boom out. At
Quarantine the vessel dropped anchor
and in a few moments a commotion
was visible on the Christina. Her
barge dropped into the water, sailors
manned the yards, and to the accom
paniment of a national salute, Infanta
Eulalie and narty stepped into the
barge Princess. A private standard
fluttered in the bow and the little craft
danced along toward the Spanish wur
ship. The passage was made in safety
and the guests were formally received
on the deck of the Infanta Isabel.
The steamer Emmons, loaded with
the Spanish societies of New York,
sailed gayly around the fleet, playing
the national Spanish air. Meantime
the barge of the Dolphin was put afloat
and commander Davis, in full dress
uniform, rowed over to the Isabel. He
was immediately escorted to the cap
tain's cabin where the Infanta was in
stalled and presented to the Princess
by the Spanisli Minister. The meeting
was pleasant and as devoid of formality
as such meetings can be. Commander
Davis, in a few well chosen words,
welcomed the Infanta to the United
States in the name of the President.
The Infanta responded in simple and
unaffected language, expressing great
gratification at the opportunity which
was offered her.
Then the Isabel turned her prow up
stream and never stopped till anchoi
was dropped off the Pennsylvania Rail
road dock in North river. At a quarter
to one the yards of the Isabel were
manned again, and the Dolphin's barge
slipped through the water, and this
time it returned freighted with royalty.
A chorus of whistles went up from near
by the steam craft. The Dolphin's
guns boomed, and from the mainmast
head broke out a magnificent silk royal
purple standard bearing in gold the
crest of the Infanta's family.
The barge drew up alongside, and
the Infanta was helped out by Lieuten
ant Badger. The marines and sailors
were drawn up in nautical array, and
the officers stood about, brilliant in
full-dress uniforms. The Infanta
reached the top of the gangway, stopped
and stood silently for a minute looking
at the scene. Then a smile of appro
bation and pleasure lighted up her
face. She extended her hand to the
nearest officer, and for a few moments
engaged in animated conversation with
the naval contingent.
Commander Davis soon led the way
to the saloon where the remainder of
the royal party were made known to the
Dolphh's officers, and then the visitors
sat down to an elaborate luncheon.
More than an hour was occupied in
consumption of the repast, and it was
not until 2:30 oclock that the royal
visitors embarked again, this time in a
tug, and steamed for the Adams Ex
press pier adjoining the Pennsylvania
Railroad dock. For the third time the
Dolphin's guns belched forth twenty-
one times und the royal standard was
dropped. The party landed and was
taken directly to the train, which pulled
out of the depot at 3:03 o'clock amid
the cheers of the spectators.
RECEPTION AT WASHINGTON
United States Cavalry Form the Escort
Washington, May 19. Before the
train bearing Princess Eulalie and party
started from Tersey City a crowd of
several hundred people had gathered
As the Princess alighted from the car
riage she might have passed for a typica
young American matron, as far as dress
and general appearance went. The
crowd burst out in a genuine American
cheer as she stepped upon the platform
of the special car W ildwood and gave a
bright smile and bow ot acknowleclg
ment. As the train rolled out of the
station the visitors gave their attention
to its appointments. The luxury of
American railroad traveling was un
known to them and they were not back
ward in admitting the pleasure and
novelty of the trip. An elaborate
course dinner was served on the train
and so the time consumed in the run
to Washington passed quickly and
The royal train arrived at Washing
ton at 8:40 o'clock to-night. An im
mense crowd of people had gathered
in the vicinity of the Pennsylvania
railroad station more than an hour be
fore the train arrived. The attaches
of the Spanish Legation were also on
hand as early as 7 o'clock. The party
also included Mrs. Curry, wife of the
ex-Minister to Spain. Soon after their
coining four troops of United States
(Concluded on Fourth Page.)
Are we to be, or not to be,
a part of the Great Republic,
seems to be the burning ques
tion of the day, and one we
had rather leave to wiser heads
than ours to solve; and while
great statesmen are wrestling
with this momentous question,
we want to have a little "poiv
ivow " with you on some other
subjects, that concern you as
well as ourselves.
Mas it not occurred to you
that you've been wearing that
old hat long enough ! In these
progressive times if you intend
to be "in it," you've got to keep
pace with fashion. No matter
how otherwise well dressed
you may be, unless your hat is
the correct thing you bear a
We have already laid in a
stock of the Latest Hats of the
coming Spring and Summer
styles, 111 hard lelts, soft ielts
and straws, and including a line
of the celebrated " Fidora"
Hats, at present all the rage in
the United States. There is
therefore, no necessity for you
to hang on any longer to that
old Tile that bears such a
strong resemblance to the hat
" your father wore."
Believing that business will
be better in the near future, we
have not hesitated to keep our
stock full in all lines. Take
collars for instance : We have
almost everything you could
wish for. I f you wear a stand
ing collar, just come in and
take a look at our " Narenta"
or "Ardonia;" or if you prefer
turn down collar, try the
"Winnipeg" or "Goswell;" we
have have lots of others, and
can't fail to suit you. Cuffs in
abundance, links or otherwise.
Neckwear in profusion, scarfs
Windsors, 4-in -hands, and a
special lot of " Boys' Bows;"
suspenders in great variety,
leather and woven ends, good
strong, serviceable goods.
We might go on indefinitely,
but space is valuable, and to
enumerate everything we carry
would fill a pretty fair sized
Book. If there is anything
you want in tne men s une,
just drop in and see us, and if
we can't suit vou, we don't be
lieve any one can.
If you should want a pair of
nice shoes, let us try a hand at
httintr vou. Did it ever occur
How much a man is like his shoes;
For instance, both a soul may lose.
Both have been tanned; Both are made
tight by Cobblers;
Both get left and right;
Both need a mate to be complete;
And both are made to go on feet.
They both need healing; oft are sold,
And both in time will turn to mould.
With shoes the last is first; with men
The first shall be the last; and when
The shoes wear out, they're mended
When men wear out, they're men dead
They both are trod upon, and both
Will tread on others nothing loth.
Both have their ties, and both incline
When polished, in the world to shine;
And both peg out. Now would you
To be a man, or be his shoes.
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Just three pointers will be enough for you :
1st We have over 20,000 pairs of Shoes in stock to select
from, embracing all leading lines.
2nd We buy in larger quantities than any one in the coun
try, only spot cash, consequently we buy cheaper.
23rd We have no extraordinary inducements to offer: you
would distrust a man who had gold dollars to sell for ninety
cents. Look out for the shoe man with that kind of a story;
his shoes may be Counterfeits.
THE MANUFACTURERS' SHOE GO.
Wholesale and" Retail Boots and Shoes.
102 FORT STREET.
Lemonade Works Co
23 Nuuanu, Honolulu, H. I.
Lemonade, Soda Water,
Ginger Ale, Hop Ale,
IL Trial Order Solicited
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A Superior Assortment of Goods -Blank Books,
PIANOS, GUITARS, MANDOLINS,
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STREET, KEEP ON HAND
all kluJij Memorandum Books. In great variety;
and Yost Type Writer,
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Always on Hand.
Per Every Steamer and Sail.
Cheese, Lard, Hams, Butter,
Codfish, Milk, Onions,
Crackers, Potatoes, Salmon,
Macaroni, Corn Meal,
Pickled Skipjack, Alvn oie,
Flour, Grain and Beans.
Saddle Leather, Harness Lcallier
And All Kinds of
Leather and Nails for Shoe
H. W. MWt & SONS,
Hides and Goat Skins !
AT LOW PRICE.
II. W. MeCIIBSMBY & SONS,
Honolulu Soap Works Co
56 and 63 bars 10 case
One Hundred Pounds.
HARDWARE, Builders and General,
always up to the times in qualit), styles and prices.
a full assortment to suit the various demands.
made expressly fur Island work with extra parts
CULTIVATORS' CANE KNIVES.
Hoes, Sh vels, Mattocks, etc,, etc.
and Machinists Tools,
Screw Plates, Taps and Dies, Twist Drills,
Paints and Oils, Brushes, Glass,
Asbestos Hair Felt and Felt Mixture.
Blakes' Steam Pumps,
Wilcox & Gibbs, and Remington.
Lubricating- Oils, ,,,a,i,y i
It is not possible to list everything we have; if there is anythin
you want, come and ask for it, you will be politely treated.
No trouble to show goods.
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The Popular and Scenic Route
IS 13 V
Wilder's Steamship Company's
Ai STEAMER KINAU,
Kilted wilh Electric Light, Electric
Hie Kill Leaves Honolulu Every 10 Days,
TUESDAYS AND. FRIDAYS,
Arriving at Hilo Thursday
From Hilo to the
Pnssmiows n.Tix fVvnvnvn1 in f1.!ii'iMiivnc
Over a Spi.bn'md Macadamizkd
way through a Dense Ttopical Forest a ride alone worth the,
trip. The balance of the road on horseback.
ABSENT FROM HONOLULU 7 DAYS!
-T TICKET S2-
For the Round Trip, : : Fifty Dollars.
For Further Information,
Corner Fort and
Hells, Courteous and Attentive Service
and Sunday Mornings
Volcano 30 Miles,
Road, limiting most of the
Cam. at tmk Oitiok,
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