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THE HAWAIIAN STAR: T1IUKSDAY, Jttfria i, iSDH.-SIX PAGES.
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cavalry, under Colonel Henry, rode up
and formed a long line on the Sixth
street side of the station. Secretary
Greshani and Assistant Secretaty
Quincy came shortly after the arrival
of the cavalry, in Gre&hatn's carriage,
followed by a handsome barouche,
drawn by four magnificent bay horses.
It was President Cleveland's carriage,
sent for the use of the Prinress. The
President's coachman and footman were
on the box.
Other officials soon began to arrive
Colonel Wilson of the army, Commis
sioner of Public Grounds and Huild
incs, who wore a full-dress uniform in
his capacity as the military representa
tive of the President. A double width
of carpet was laid along the east side of
the platform for" the passage of the royal
party from the tram to the carruge
'I hen a detachment of police drove
back all intruders from the station.
When the train steamed in the Prin
cess was the first to alight. Secretary
Gresham pressed forward, and Com
niander Davis presented him to the
Infanta. The greeting over, Secretary
Gresham offered his arm to the Prin
cess, and proceeded by Colonel Wilson
and Mr. Parke and followed by the
Infanta's suite, walked down th
carpeted platform to the carriage
entrance of the station.
The crowd by this time was some
thing enormous and the Princess looked
pleased as she saw the throng gathered
to receive her. She chatted gaily in
English with Secretary Gresham all the
while. The Infanta, Secretary Gres
ham, Minister Murugua and Prince
Antonio entered the President's car
riage, the cavalrymen saluted and the
procession began to move up Pennsyl
vania avenue toward the Arlington.
Four buglers on horseback led, and
the four troops of cavalry formed the
escort for the royal party. Six sergeants
of cavalry acted as a bodyguard to the
Princess, and following her carriage
came carriages containing her suite and
members of the receiving party. The
Princess seemed particularly pleased at
the manifestations of popular enthusi
asm along the street and bowed
It was S:55 o'clock when the head of
the column of troops turned off Penn
sylvania avenue and came up to the
hotel. The Princess alighted and, tak
ing the arm of Secretary Gresham and
followed by her husb.uid and the Span
ish Minister, entered the summer an
nex to the hotel, being greeted by a
loud shout by the assembled crowd.
Immediately upon entering the house
the Princess passed into the reception
room, accompanied by Secretary
Gresham and Assistant Secretary
Quincy and her suite. A moment
later the representatives of the Govern
ment bade the party good night.
Beautiful (1 ral offerings from Mrs,
Cleveland, Mrs. Curry and others were
in the rooms. To morrow the Princess
will pay an official visit to the President
ana mis. Cleveland, me programme
of the day beyond that has not been
AT THE WHITE HOUSE
Washing i on, May 20. The Infanta
Eulalia and her suite called on the
President and Mrs. Cleveland at eleven
o'clock and were received in the blue
room. There was little in the reception
that suggested formality, and the party
indulged in pleasant conversation for
fifteen minutes, when the royar party
Arrangements lor tne visit were
made last night by Secretary Gresham
and at 10:55 two handsome carriages
drove up to the annex of the Arlington
The Princess was escorted on the arm
of Commander Davis to her carriage
in which she rode with her husband
and the Spanish Minister. In the sec
ond carriage rode the Marchioness and
the Duke Don Pedro. The Princess
wore a dress of gray bengaline, bordered
around the train with gray ostrich
feathers. A pink satin girdle completed
her toilet. As soon as the carriages
started toward the White House the
crowd broke and ran through the park
to witness the arrival of the distinguished
In the blue room, which was decor
ated tastefully, the President and Mrs.
Cleveland stood ready to receive the
royal visitors. Senor Maragua, the
bpanish Minister, presented the In
fanta and Prince Antoine, while Com
mander Davis, the Duke of Tamanes,
the Marchioness Hermosa and Senor
Don 'tovar withdrew to the adjoining
The greetings between those in the
blue room were very pleasant and had
hardly a tinge of the ceremonial about
them. They were over in a minute or
two, and then the others were sum
moned and presented in turn by Senor
Muragua. Mrs. Cleveland and the
Infanta chatted briskly in English dur
ing a part of the brief visit, while at
times the convtrsation was general
At 11:15 o'clock the Infanta made her
adieu, followed by the others. The
royal party returned direct to the hotel,
and luncheon was hardly over before
the Princess began to receive callers.
viewep imi.es of gold.
Washington, May 22. This morn
ing Princess Eulalie, attired in a gor
geous evening dress, went in a closed
carriage to a photograph gallery, and
evinced the liveliest interest in the pro
ceedings while a number of negatives
were being taken At 1 o'clock this
afternoon the party went to the Treas
ury Department, win re Secretary Car
lisle acted as an escort through the
The news of the Princess' arrival had
spread, so the corridor from which the
vaults are reached became a solid mass
of humanity. There are 3000 employees
in the Treasury building, and it seemed
that all these were packed in that
poorly-lighted space. The women were
the most strenuous in their efforts to
see her royal highness. It was the In
fanta's first experience with a crowd of
American women and she enjoytd it.
Impulsively she walked over to the
grating, and nodding her head briskly
and with her face wreathed in smiles,
talked in English and said to her
American admirers, "How do you do?
You are tiy, very good. I thank you
so much. It is good to be here, for
you ate very kind. I like America. I
like American people. I like you all.
Thank you. Good bye."
And then she passed on to the next
door and talked with the people there,
while a ch. roiis of "Oh, oh, lsn t she
lovely?" went up from the recipients of
her pleasant remarks. After the In
fanta had seen all there was to be seen
she came out into the corridois again
on her way to Iter carriage, leaning on
the arm of Secretary Carlysle. To the
crowd, grown laigcr by half, she cried,
"Good-b, thank you." The Prince
and others in the party weie laughing
From the Treasury Department the
party was driven to the Washington
monument. Aftei the trip to the top
some time was spent in enjoying the
iew. The visitors descended and were
driven to the Capitol, after which the
Infanta went back to the Arlington.
Luncheon was followed by a drive
about the city. This evening the In
fanta was uiven a serenade by the
Maiine band, and to-night she was en
tertained at an unofficial dinner given
by Mr. and Mrs. Curry.
hie palmer's guesis.
Chicago, May 22. Commander
Davis, who has been placed in charge
of the entertainment of the Infanta
Eulalie, has engaged rooms for her at
the Palmer House during her visit to
Chicago, which follows her vsit to New
York. The exact time will not be
known for a few days.
" e shall place at the disposal of the
party such rooms as they shall select on
the parlor floor," said Chief Clerk Cun
ningham of the Palmer. "The Egyptian
parlor will be set aside for her drawing
room, and it is probable that Com
mander Ddvis will choose the suite
lacing Stale street, for they are the
choicest rooms in the house. Tne
rooms will not undergo any change,
for they are all magnificently appointed.
Mr. Palmer intends, however, to have
some additional decorations of a char
acter significant of the party, but the
chief end he desires is to make the
Princess' apartments homelike."
California Feed Co,
T. J. Kino anii J. N. Wrioiit.
Have just received the Larg
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This stock was personally se
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Fine suiu from $14 "P- Linen and Crepe
suits, to. 50 up.
ALL SUITS GUARANTEED TO
FIT AND IN THE LATEST
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H. F. WICHMAN
Everything in the Jewelry
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"Up to date" in styles and
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ahead of date, but never behind.
The only establishment in
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measured on thoroughly scien
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With which Neat's En
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ware of every description)
about a home which may
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pearance by its use, and
the trifling expense at
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Some of the finest ef
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Get what you want at
Old Kona Coffee
Fok Salic at
J. T. WATERHOUSE'S
Queen Street Stores.
Lime and Cement.
For Sali; at
J. T. WATERHOUSE'S
Queen Street Stores.
J. E. GOMES.
Manufacturing Jewklku, and Im
Diamonds, Watches, Silverware anil
HAWAIIAN - SOUVENIRS.
409 Fort Street, Honolulu. 43 2tf
I desire to call the attention
of persons going abroad to
these celebrated sanitary pro
ductions, for which I am Sole
Agent for the Islands.
Its to your advantage both
Financially and Physically, to
supply yourself with a Full
Outfit before leaving. I have
just imported a fresh supply
direct from Germany of Dr.
A cholera preventive.
By the yard, for making or re
Also, a few pairs remaining of
Just the thing for Tourists.
Sow; Agent FOR
Dr. G. Jaeokr's Productions.
Life Assurance Society
Offers Insurance on all
Ordinary Life Plan,
1 ..... til
Semi Tontine Plan,
Free Tontine Plan,
Indemnity Bond Plan (Coupon Hond
at maturity, if desired),
Endowment Bond Plan (5guaranteed)
It will cost you nothing to call at the office of the undersigned, and
make further inquiries. Should you conclude to insure, it will be money in
Bruce A. J. Cartwright,
Managers for the Hawaiian IslandsEQUITABLE Life Assurance Society of U S.
HENRY DAVIS & Co.,
52 Fort Street, Honolulu, H. I.
GROCERS AND PROVISION DEALERS !
Purveyors to the United States Navy and Provisioners of War Vessels.
FAMILY GROCERIES. TABLE LUXURIES. ICE HOUSE DELICACIES.
Coffee Roasters and Tea Dealers.
Island Produce a Specialty
FRESH BUTTER and EGGS.
We are Agents and First Handlers of Maui Potatoes,
AND SELL AT LOWEST MARKET RATES.
P. O. Box 505. Both Telephones Number 130.
Headquarters for Hawaiian Island
Fresh Eggs, 30 Cents per Dozen.
From the Celebrated Dairies, Woodlawn and Mikilua.
OUR ISLAND POTATOES, are Simply Superb
They Bake Well, Boil Well, and Fry Well.
Why pay 2 to 3 cents a
New Zealand Potato in these hard times, when
will supply you a Fiust-Rate Potato,
Delivered at your Door for
per Hundred TO-DAY.
HENRY DAVIS & CO.,
P. O. Box 505. Both Telephones
H. S. TREGLOAN & SON,
Merchant Tailors !
OFFER TO THE GENERAL PUBLIC THEIR LARGE
AND COMPLETE STOCK OF
Foreign Woolens for Spring & Summer
AT 20 PER CENT DISCOUNT FOR CASH,
Business Suits Reduced to Twenty-two Dollars and 50 Cents
Business Pants Reduced to Six Dollars and 50 Cents.
H. S. TREGLOAN & SON.
J. EMMELUTH & CO.
No. 6 Nuuanu and No. 4 Merchant Streets, Importers of
Tin, Copper and Sheet-Iron Ware
WATER PIPE and FITTINGS, BRASS GOODS, Etc.
K-A11 Orders Receive Prompt Attention. Job Work Solicited.
BELL 481, 3Vt
the Popular Plans, viz.:
Tontine Instalment Plan (New, Cheap
Joint Life Risks,
Term Insurance, etc, etc, etc.
pound for a poor California or
One Dollar and a Quarter
52 Fort Street.
House ini wis,
w m t
XT T TJ -A. X, 311.
THOS. G. THRUM.
and News Agency.
106 FORT STREET.
CONSEQUENT upon the new inter
est in art circles through the recent
formation of classes in water-colors,
the above establishment has procured
full supplies of special required colors,
and brushes of Winsor & Newton's re
liable make, and Whatman's rough
paper in sheets and blocks. Oil colors
also in full stock.
Special Iawokt Okdkks for Books,
Music, Musical Instruments, Rubber
Stamps, Notarial and Corporation Stals,
or other requirements attended to by
each outgoing steamer.
Subscriptions to local and foreign
periodicals promptly attended to and
special publications procured to order.
Orders for reserves on receipt of mails
booked for attention as far as supplies
American Flags (sewed bunting
no printed affairs), with 44 stars, of 9,
10, 12 feet; also cotton flags mounted
on sticks various sizes, and flag-printed
piece goods for decorations.
A Full Stock r.f office, commercial
and society Stationery on hand, with
new additions and novelties added by
every steamer. Books on these Islands
a specialty, with the
as the recognized
reliable reference book on all matters
pertaining to Hawaii.
BOOK-BINDING Orders of all kinds executed
with promptitude, and Paper Ruled to any
desired pattern; Map-mounting:, Check-numbering,
Perforating:, Blocking: or other work attend
ed to In a proper workmanlike manner, without
any brag or bluster.
THOS. G. THRUM,
Stationer and News Dealer.
106 Fort Street.
To Gain and to Keep
Flesh and Strength !
We have just received 288
Bottles direct from Factory,
50 cts. and $1.00 per Bottle.
Ten per cent. Discount for Cash
Fresh Stock, Fresh from
Factory. Prices 10 cts., 75 cts.
Ten per cent. Discount for Cash
Hobron, Newman & Co.
Agents for Hood's Sarsaparilla.
THE HEADQUARTERS OF THE Ex
eculive Committee ol the Annexation
Club, corner Fort and Hotel streets, will be
open from 8 a.m. lo 5:30 p.m. and from 7
r.M. until 9 P.M.
All those wishinc to siim the membership
roll may do so during those hours.
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