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Vol. VI. No. 1100.
HONOLULU, H. I., SATURDAY, MAliOIT 11, 1899.
PltlOB 5 OUNTS.
i ? WOTW5SH1
If by reason of stormy weather It Is
founJ Impossible to hold the funeral of
the late Princess Kalulanl, It will be post
poneJ. Notice of postponement will be given
by one long blast of the fire whistle at
HENRY 0. COOPER,
Minister of Foreign Affairs.
Foreign Office Notice.
The funeral obsequies of the late Princess
Knlul.inl will take place from Kawalahao
church on Sunday, 12th Inst., at 2 o'clock
HENRY E. COOPER,
Minister of Foreign Affairs.
Department of Foreign Affairs March
ORDER OF PROCESSION
FUNERAL OF THE LATE-
Marshal of the Republic and Officers.
Company of Police.
St. Louis College.
St. Andrew's Priory.
St. Antonio Beneficente Society.
Sodedade Lusltana Beneficente.
Aha Hul Katatalna.
Aha Hul Aloha Alna.
Aha Hul Aloha Alna 0 na Wahlne.
' Major Commanding and Aides.
Second Batalllon U. S. Volunteer Engi
neers. Detachment of Blue Jackets from U. S.
S. SclndUnrul Iroquois.
First Regiment National Guard of. Ha
waii. Protestant Clergv.
Clergy of the Roman Catholic Church.
Staple and Fancy,
Household necessities a spe
cialty with us.
You'll find them best and
k cheapest, quality consid
WAVERL.EV BLOCK, BETHEL STREET
The Right Reverend the Ulshop of Pa-
The Right Reverend the Bishop of
Carriage with Hon. A. S. Cleghorn
Airs. J. W. Robertson and Mrs. J. H.
Carriage of the ex-Queen Lllluokalanl.'
Carriage of Her Majesty the Queen
Prince Kawananakoa, Prince Kalanlanaole
Tile President and Staff.
The Cabinet Ministers.
The Justices of the Supreme Court.
The Special Agent of the United States.
Officers U. S. Army and Navy.
President of the Senate.
Speaker of the House.
The procession will form at 1:30 p,
Sunday, March 12, on King street.
The line of procession preceding
Catafalque will be formed on King street,
with the right resting on Richards street.
All who follow will form on the Walklkl
side of Punchbowl street.
The procession will proceed along King
street to Alakea, thence by Alakea and
Emma streets to Vineyard street, Vineyard
street to Nuuanu, thence to the Royal
All attending the funeral In carriages
are respectfully requested to furnish cards
to their coachman In order that positions
may be assigned to them.
Procession will be under the direction of
Major G. C. Potter, of the President's
HENRY E. COOPER,
Minister of Foreign Affairs.
Department of Foreign Affairs, Hono
lulu, March 10th, 1899. M9S-2t
useful and orna
IS NOW IN KAWAIAHAO
Body of Princess Kalnlaoi Taken from
Large Number of People at Historic Church To
dayBeauty of Decorations Music
(or Tomorrow's Services.
Nanl wale ku'u home 0 Ainahau I lea in,
1 xa now nape 0 Ka lau 0 Ka nut;
I ka ti In wehlwehi I ke ala o na pirn,
Ku'u home, ku'u home, I ka lulu.
Sbortly nflor midnight a solemn
procession passed under the pnlras
and spreading troPB of Ainnbnn
and wended its wny slowly toward
(ho "Waikiki road and then in to
Knwaiahoo church. It was tho
hoarsebearing the body of tho Prio
ceB8 Kaiulani, preceded by two
mounted patrolmen to clear tho
way, nnd followed by Governor
Cleghorn, tho mourning father,
and 0I06O friouds. Kaiulani had
loft Ainahau, "kuu homo i ka
iuiu," for tho last time.
As tho procession nearou tho
main outrauco to Kuwaiahao, tho
large concourse of a thousand or
moro natives cave way and allow
ed hcarso to pass in. Tho body
was received by the Bishop of
Honolulu and his clorgy. A
brief service was held and, as the
notes of the organ poured forth
mournfully, tho satin-covered
cusket was deposited on the cata
falque immediately m front of tuo
pulpit. Everything hud been pre
pared for tho reception of the
body and tho guard, taking their
places nuiotly, begau tho waving
of the o o kahilis over tho body of
The silent watch has kept
through tho night and at 10 o'clock,
tho doors of tho church were
thrown opou to the publio to view
for the lat tiuio tho faco of tho
There hsa been an increasing
procession of natives aud foreign
ers all morning and the afternoon
thoro seem to be no indications
that this will ceaso until tho clock
Tho church is beautiful today.
In the hands of tho faithful work
ers, it has been transformed into
a garden of white and gioon a
fitting bower of rest for tho doad
The coffin rests on tho samo
catafalque as at Ainahau and the
pall and feather spread is the
samo. Un tno comn are a couple
of mamo loin nnd a foa'her kabili
given Kaiulnni by her aunt a
short time ago. Tho crowns of
white carnation aud ilima aud
raailo aro the same.
At the corners of tho uatafalquo
stand tho four while kahilis of
state which will bo pi need in tbo
mausoleum with the body. 8ur
rouudiug this is a row of largo ka
hilis, a dozen or more, which be
longed to Kaiulani's own people.
Scattored about among these are
smaller kahilis and, at the head
are two tabu sticks, considered all
important in connection with tbo
doad body of a Hawaiian chief or
chiofoss. All about, there is a
profusion of flowers. Tho pulpit,
tbo choir and tho chaucel rail are
covered with maile, pnlitpalai,
palms and such delicate ilowors
as tho violet, roso, lily
and jaBsnraiue, whilo on
tbo reading desk in a bowl
of yellow flowers, tho favorite
color of Kaiulani.
Sotting off tho whole scheme of
decoration and placed ovor tho
aisle close to tho coffin, is a grace
ful aroh covered with white
tarletan and wound about with
tho sweot smelling maile, so loved
by all HawaiianB. This piece
waf done by Mrs. Geo. Herbert
with tbo assistance of Miss Alice
Far up on tho wall of tho church
and to either sido of the choir are
tbo flag of Likeliko, Kaiulani's
mother, and that of the Princess,
the former to tbo right and tho
latter, to tho lott.
On tho pillars of the church aro
bowB of white tarletan with cago
palm leaves. The two pillars
oppoBilo tho body aro wreathed
with tarletan and maile. The
wholo fichonio of decoration forms
a sceuo of rare beauty.
Tho body will lie in stato until
1 o'clock this afternoon but Princo
David Kaauauakoa is authority
for the Btatomeut that peoplo may
call at tbo church this afternoon
nud oveuiug. This is done
specially for tbo working Hawni
iani who caunot gel off uutil after
1 o clock.
Thin evening, the Kawuhnu
will sing the knnikaus of Kala
kaua, Likeliko nnd the late Prin
cess, iu Kawainhno Church.
When the body nrrived at tho
church Co. G, Nativo Hawaiian",
posted a guard. Tho watches will
be kept up uutil tho scrvico are
Below ia tbo order of services
for tho funeral of Princess Kaiu
lani, begiuuiug at Kawainhno
church at 2 o'clock p. tn. tomor
row: Organ Prelude "In Memorlam". . Taylor
Sentences "I am the Resurrection and
the Life, etc."
Pf.tlm 39 "I said I will take heed to
Life Is Here Our Por-
Lesson 1 Cor.
"Now Is Christ
R sen. etc."
Psalm 23 "The Lord Is My Shepherd."
IJev. H. H. Parker.
S:)lo-"Ancels Ever Brlcht and Fair."
Mrs. Geo. W. Mncfarlane.
Hvmn "Safelv. Safelv. Gathered In."
Organ Postlude "Dead March In Saul."
At the M'Munleum tho livran.
"On tho Resurrection Morn," will
Pljutus, he, In olden story,
Said of those whom Gods loved well,
They, with earth should leave their glory,
And with Gods, above, must dwell.
Whom the Gods love, quick are taken,
From this lowly mundane sphere,
And are placed above, In Heaven,
Far from earthly care or fear.
So our Princess, Kaiulani,
Passes from us, far away,
She now dwells In Hawaii's LANI,
With the chiefs of elder day.
There she meets her wcll-Iov'd mother,
Close within her arms Is prest,
Though no earthly crown adorns her,
Heaven awards a golden crest.
Fare thee well, dear Kalulanl,
If forever, fare thee well,
Hawaii mourns her Kaiulani,
Gone above with Gods to dwell.
Honolulu, March 11, 1800. B.
A completo change of bill takes
placo this evening. Jim Post will
introduco a new ono act sketch en
titled 'Oasey'B Mishap j," in which
the ontiro company will appear.
Boyd and Oro in a sprcialty will
show some clever tumbling. Miss
Dora Morvyn will warble and Miss
Ida Francis, tho pleasing petit
danseuse, will gyrate. Mnrtin's
trained dogs in tricks and high
loaps, otc, should cltogetborprovo
an irresistible attraction.
Powder to be
er and better
than any other
HOYAL BAKlta POWDCfl CO . hlW YORK,
THE Y. M, C. A. DIRECTORS
Important Work Done at Last Night's
Mr. Coleman Again Elected Secretary -Delegates
lo International Convention
At thy tho mooting of director!)
of tho Honolulu Y. M. 0. A. last
night, a good many interesting
items of business were dispatched.
Eleven members were elected
including ono transfer from Bos
ton aud ono from Los Angeles.
Tho report of tho treasurer
showed a doQcit of about eight
hundred dollars, to bo raised this
mouth beforo tho closo of tho
A. Ii Wood and W. 0. Wecdon
woro appointed delegates to tho
International Convention of Y. M.
0. A.'s at Grand Rapide, Mich .
Mr. Weedon and Becrotary Cole
man wero authorized to got a
Waehington light for tho gymna
sium for ono month's trial.
A lottor from tho International
Committeo asked tbo Association
if it would grant fall privileges to
visiting collego association mem
bers daring vacation. Tbo privi
lege was grantod,andtbosoorotary
instructed to answor tho committee
II E Coleman was ro-engagod
as geuoral Becrotary for another
year. Tho quoetiou of allowing
him a longer vacation attirao of
the convention, with tho proba
bility of his going to ropresunt tho
association and study association
work and mothods, was Huggentod
for consideration at tho next meet
A nominating committee was
appointed for naming candidates
for oflicors for tho ensuing year,
to be elected at tho annual meet
ing on Monday, April 3.
Another committeo was appoint
ed to arrango special exorcises for
tho thirtieth anniversary mooting
of tho association on Thursday
evening the loth of April.,
A drny loaded with a cord and
a Halt ot wood, drawn by lour
mules, and drivon by a Japanese,
broko down at Beretania and Fort
streets a little beforo noon. Had
this happened tho vehicle s length
back of where it did, the ontno
Beretania and Nuuanu enr
systom would have beon demoral
ized for thero's no saying how
long. As it was the Fort otrost
valley car had to bo "sawed" paBt
tho obstruction across its track.
There was nobody in authority
within sight to hurry up the re
moval of the blnckado, and tho
drivor sat on the front of hit load
and Bimply jabbered. Thia wbb
the situation for tho quarter of an
hour a roportor happoued to bo in
Co. D Objceti,
It appoara that Go. D men are
not as onthuBiastio over disband
ing na has boon represented. Lust
night a majority of tho members
of tho company met and appoint
ed n committeo of fivo to interview
Minister Coonor and request him
to reconsider tho ordor for dis
banding the company.
MIm Clurk'a ItMurn,
Miss Andrao Clark, modiste,
with B. F. Ehlor's & Co., will re
turn 011 the S. S. Australia, pin-
pared to furnish her patrons with
the very latest Parisian ideas.
Tboso in search of a bargains
in anything portaining to dry
goodB would do well to avail thom
eolvea of tho opportunity tint
Egan's "Bargain Month" nffordR
Tho ontiro stock has to bo olc.t.i'd
evon should it entail a enenfico.
Look in and note tho prices iu.uk-
od. Seo ad on page 2.
A HORSELESS CARRIAGE
Ordered By Honolulu ,rv
It Has Been
Of Latest Stjle and Excellence of Design
Will Seat Two and Will Be Owned by
Local Man. 1
Tho horseless carringo will soon
be seen iu the streets of Honolulu.
By tho China of yesterdny Cattou,
Noil! & Co. by their agent F. J.
Cross Eout an order for a Sl20OT
borsoless vohiclo to be d"livercd
in Honolulu as soon as possible.
Tho tnerioin Electrical Vohi
clo Company of OhicniM) is tho
concern from which tho purchaso
is made, Mr. Cross holding their
agency for tbo EInwiiian Iilnuds.
Tho carringo is what is known as
tho "runabout " It will Boat two
persons, nud in n few weeks, a
Rontleinnn of Honolulu who h al
ready popular will be tho most
popular man in town and requests
for rides in tho uow vehicle will
The cirriage will be of tho lat
est and most improved type and it
is anticipated well bo the pioneer
many norsolesi veh'cles both
for private and publio uso.
Hclmlla Nulla Tliuriilny.
The collier Sciodia will prob
ably gpt away for Manila, Thurs
day, March 10. Tho s'o.unor of
15lh may bring other orderj but
this is doubted. There has been
a great deal of dehy iu the mat
tor of getting Urn machinery in
order or the Sciudin would have
been out before this. Tho-other
day, tho gnugof lift.'on iiiHahiuiets
working on tbo machinery, struck
for higher wtgei,. Tboir rgular
time of working was eiuht hours.
Somo extra work hod been done
and tho men wanted pay for twice
(he amount of time. This the
Scindin refined to do. The ma
chinists Gntlly concluded tn go
back to work on tbo old basis.
Ilr. II. II. I'atker Wilt Spritk.
At tho reqaost of Hou. A. S.
Cleghorn, Bev. H. H. Parker,
pastor of Eawaiahao church, will
eay a few words nt tho services
ovor tho body of Princess Kaiu
I'luMrrra In Kuwul'iUati?
The ladies in chargo ot tho
flowers for the late Princess Kaiu
lani desire all llornl girts to bo
Eont to Kawaiahao church iustoad
The barkentiuo W II Dimond,
about duo, has aboard tho follow
ing shipments, included in bor
cargo: 500 bbla flour, 2408 gals
and 32 cs wine, 5 bules dry goodB,
10 cs paint- nnd oils, 250 sks mid
dlings, 500 cs coal oil, 1 roll
loathor, 18250 lbs oleomargarine,
7-1-i lbs chocolate, 225' lbs bonus,
beans, 2 cs hardware, 539 ctls bur
ley, -175 rolld pnper, 100 bbla lime,
50 pkga machinery, 4 cs boots and
bIioch, 1G0 hka brnu, 1500 lbs dried
fruit;, 1000 lbs bread, 135 cs can
ned goodii, 3G50 lbs and 5 cs manu
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Highest Honors, World's Fair
Gold Medal, Midwinter Fair
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