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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, H. T., SATUIWAY, FEU, 9, 1901.
We Will Sell
For One Week Only
PURE SILK TAFFETAS
IN A LARGE VARIETY
1 .00 A Yard.
NOW IS YOUR OPPORTUNITY.
N. S. Sachs
Visitors are cordially Invited u
call and inspect our gallery of life
size royal photos, from Kamehamehi
I. to date.
At the Old Stand
On Fort Street ::
a New Lot of . . .
Key West and
Beaver Lunch Rooms.
H. J. NOLTE.
x P. O. Box tjs IslanJ Correspondence Solicited,
FINKE & ASBAHR,
Have removed from Mrs. Williams'
Undertaking Parlors to the CORNER
OF CHAPLAIN LANE, opposite the
Catholic Mission, Fort St., and would
be pleased to meet their old customers.
C. A. GROTE
Merchant -:- Tailors
Cleaned and Repaired
rtRST CLASS WORK GUARANTEEL
Union St. near Hotel uou
Set of 5 maps, $2.00
HO CENTS EACH
On sale at office of . . .
THE . . .
HAWAII LAND CO.
Capital Stock - - $100,000.
Capital, paid up, - $48,860
VV. 0. Achl President A M imago 1
M. K. Nikulua .. Vice President
J. Makalnni .Treasurer
Enoch Johnxon Secretary
Deo. L. Deslii Auditor
BOARD OF DIRECTOR8:
J. W. Biplkane.
The above Company will buy, lease,
or aell lan.Ij Id all parts of the Hawaiian
Islands; and also turn housei In the City
of Honolulu for rent. , 1 i89-vl
W. C. ACHI & CO.
Brokers & Dealers
XT We will Bn or ,jl Bai SiUtetr,
vll parti ot the group.
tW We will Bell Properttti on BMMav
)FFICE. 10 West King Streei
' DAVID DAYTON,
Real Estate Broker.
223 MERCHANT ST.
Property In town and suburbs
' and HOUSES TO LET.
T. R. MOSSMAN
Real Estate .Agent
Searcher of Title .
A NEW LINE JUST RECEIVED,
Gold Filled Spectacle Frames
Just the thing for this climate.
H. G. BIART,
1010 FORT ST
MMt. ..aafa 4MutK
WITH ROYAL POMP
BUT SINCERE MOURNING
London, rob. 2, With cvety cir
cumstance ot splendid pomp befitting
tho obsequies of so mighty and well
beloved a monarch, all that U mortal
of Queen Victoria has been borne
through tho streets of the cnnltal and
started towards the ancient fortress
pnlaco of tho sovereigns of England.
Tho solemn magnificence of yester
day's opening phase of these last rites
was duly mrlntalned. Per.inps the
stntely grandeur of today's sorrowful
pageant thresh the swnrmlns streets
of London, w'th K itlreds of thou
sands of mourners forming a black
border to tho route, will never bo sur
passed. There wns In Vlctoi,n's funeral pro
ccssslon nn absence of that mack cere
monial generally connected with tho
final progress to tho grave. Today
tho cn""n wns drawn by cream
colored lnrpes. Tho pall was whlto nnd
tho uniforms of the troops nnd the
gold trapping-! of tho foreign sover
eigns, princes nnd representatives
formed a glittering; medley, giving col
oring to the scene. Tho chief mourner
himself woro his field Marshal's uni
form. Tho display of tho naval and
military forces reached tho great totnl
of 33,non men.
Tho people fought for hourB for a
glimpse of tho coflln nnd tho Kings
nnd others following It. Thoy saw a
long procession of soldiers, a passing
show of drizzling regnlla, with a hun
dred royalties crowding nfter nnd then
dispersed, whllo.nu the church chimes
of tho city woro ringing ami muffled
dirges wero played.
Tho day was sombre, wet nnd chilly
os oro most of London's winter days.
Tho cloudy sky added to tho gloom of
the wholo city. Tho sceno nt Victoria
stntlon from early morning wns most
brllllnnt nnd Impressive. For today's
ceremony tho stntlon wns transform
ed Into nn Immense reception hall.
The long platforms were covered with
purple cloth. On nnothcr plntform,
facing thnt nt which tho Queen's train
wns to arrive, guards of honor, com
posed of bluo Jackets, and Orenndlcr
Ounrds, were drawn up. The broad
roadway separating tho two was swept
clean nnd sanded, nnd a number of
little purple-covorcd platforms, from
which members of tho royal party
were expected to, mount their horses,
wcro placed nt Intervals at tho sldo
nnd center. At 10 o'clock nn nrmy of
grooms with tho horses nrrlved. nnd
thenceforward nnval officials and for
efgn roynltles. In dazzling uniforms
enmo In quick succession. i Tho Lord
Chamberlain and his officials, bnro
headed, with their whlto wands of ot
flee, received tho most distinguished
pcrsonnges and conducted them to n
little pavilion, erected on tho plat
form. The holo stntlon, by that time, re
sembled tho sceno nt n lover. Tho
Commander-in-Chief of tho forces,
rield Marshal narl Robert)), on n beau
tiful, spirited brown mnr carrying
his rield Marshal's bnton, nt the Junc
ture trotted Into tho stntlon nnd be
came tho center of Interest. Ho wns
soon followed by tho Karl Marshal, tho
Duke of Norfolk nnd many of tho
most distinguished officers. Then came
the carriages for tho Queen nnd the
Princesses. They were the state enr
rlagcs used on tho occasion of the
Queen's jubilee, with beautiful gold
mounted brass and trapping. The
horses wcro ridden by postilions In
scnrlet Jackets, with only a narrow
band of crepo on their arms, as a mark
of the great change Tho carriages
Following tho cnrrlages nnd preced
ed by an officer enmo the little khnkl
colored gun cnrrlago which was to car
ry Queen Victoria's remains from Vic
toria to Paddlngton station. With the
exception that rubber tires wcro on
tho wheels, tho gun carrlago waB ns If
In nctual uso. The place for tho coflln
to rest was over tho gun.
All heads wcro uncovered ns the
saloon carrlago bearing tho Queen's
remains stopped exactly opposite tho
gun carriage and King Ktlunnl
Queen Alexandria, Cmperor William
and others alighted. King Edward
watched tho painfully slow removal
of tho coffin to tho gun carriage. Tho
pall and tho regalia ot tho British
Crown wero placed on tho coflln.
The King and tho otherB with him
mounted, nnd tho procession started.
Parliament, tho Judiciary and tho com
mercial bodies wero not represented.
Royalty, tho army and navy, mono
polized tho pageant. Thrco thousand
soldiers nnd Bailors, picked companies
representing all brunches of tho ser
vice, cnvnlry, artillery, Infantry, yeo
manry, mllltln volunteers and colon
ials, formed tho advanco escort. Tho
Infnntry marched In columns of four,
with rifles reversed. Thoy woro hnlf
nn hour In passing. Then camo Field
Mnrshal Karl Roberts and his staff,
nnd, nfter them, four massed bands
playing funernl marches. Thrco hun
dred musicians announced tho coming
of tho body of tho Queen. There wns
n long nrray of court officials, under
tho leadership of tho Duko of Norfolk
(the Knrl Mnrshal), all attired quaint
ly nnd brilliantly, bearing maces or
wnnds. Across tho pall tho royal stan
dard was drnped nnd a largo crown
of gold, encrusted with Jowels, rested
nt the head of tho coffin which wns at
tho end of tho gun cnrrlago, Just over
tho gun. On tho font of tho coffin woro
two small crowns with n gold Joweled
scoptro lying botween them. A lnrgo
bow of purplo was attached to tho ' C33 " tlio city, Is with tho Honolulu
coffin. This was tho only symbol of . Undet taking Co. ns embalmcr and ill
mourning. rector, Tel. 17U.
.ta.AtWJJ. to. -fa. JsiiiiitUAt. ajj. . .Mt.titL,
Around tho coffin walked tho stal-'
wnrt bearers, non-commissioned offi
cers of tho Guard and Household cav
alry, and on either ttlilo wcro tho
Queen's equerries, Lords-ln-wnltlng
Immediately nfter tho company
nbout the coffin, thrco roynl mourners
rode abreast. Kir1; lMward VII. was
tho central figure of tho three but no
less ostentatious n person wns seen
In tho proces'on. A black chnpeau,
with n plume of white feathers, wns on
his bend, and n long nlnck clonk was
buttoned around him nnd hung down
over tho big, black horso which lie was
Beside King Kit warn rode Emperor
William, his nephew nnd neighbor.
Tho unique, command'ng figure of tho
Ocrmrtn Emperor could not for n mo
ment bo mistaken. Ho looked every
Inch n soldier nnd tho enmmnnder of
men. His Imnerlnl Malesty glanced
right and left ns bo rode nnd his hand
was frequently raised to the red nnd
white fenthers hanging nwr his hat.
nn ho responded to salutes. Emperor
William also woro a black clonk oxer
his British Field Mnrshal's uniform
nnd tho splendid whlto charger be
nenth him pranrcd up nnd down, giv
ing his Mnjcty nn opportunity to tils
plny flno boriemnushlp.
On tho King's left rode his brother,
tho Duko of Cornnught, n ninn of sol
dierly nppear.inc almost unnoticed
nnd unrecogn'zn' bv the people In
the second rnn1' behind, rode two
moro sovereigns, th" Kings of Orceco
In tho procession wero six cnrrlngcs,
the first nnd second enrrylug Queen
Alexandria, the Dm boss of Flfo (now
Pilnccbs Itovnl), Princess Victoria and
Princess Charles, of Denmark and tho
daughters of Queen Victoria and tho
King of tho Belglnns.
The soldiers representing tho Ger
many army, non-commissioned officers
nnd men nnd the escort brought up
At 1:15 p. m. tho procession reached
Paddlngton stntlon and II f teen min
utes later tho start wus made for
Windsor. King Edwnrd ond Emperor
William traveled to Windsor In tho
next car to the saloon cnrrlago bear
ing thu Queen's remains. The body
arrlwd nt Windsor nt 2:30 p. ni.
At in p. m. tho guns of n battery
stationed on Castle Hill signalled the
arrlvnl of tho funeral train nt Wind
sor. As tho procession stnited (at 2. -10
p. m.) tho artillery horses nttnehed to
tho gun carrlago became restive and
nenrly overturned It whereupon King
Edwnrd ordered .no horses to bo taken
off nnd bluelnckcts put In their places
to draw tho gun rnrrlnge.
Tho Ambassadors nnd others who
hnd reached Windsor In ndvnnco of
tho funeral train, Joined the proces
sion nt the railway station nnd pro
ceeded to St. (leorgo's chapel.
Tho inynl mourners, with tho ex
ception of the Queen nnd tho Princess
es, pioceed"il on foot. The funeral
procession entering thu chnpot at 3:1G
Tho servlco nt St. (leorgo's chnpel
wns concluded nt 4:10 p. m. The body
will Ho until Monday In thu Albert
Tho Court yard of Castle was filled
with privileged spectators. Exquisite
wreaths were placed outside, tho chap
el walls and nlmost covered tho steps,
up which tho coffin was carried.
While walking nlonK on Hotel street,
near MaunnUea, nt about 9 o'clock lust
night. Ah ChltiK, n clerk In the olflro ot
mo uauu i-umuer a: iiuiiuiiik e;o., win
knocked down and roliheil of four or
five dollars by three hlghnnymcu.
Chlng was on his way homo after at
tending to some business at the ofllen
when ho was seized from behind an.I
thrown to tho ground. Ho started to
shout but 8 quickly choked. How
ever. Ills muffled cries wero heard by
two other Chinamen who run to his
assistance. Tho highwaymen took to
their heels. Ah Chlng had n lot of
money In his trousers pockets but tho
robbers had only gone through his vest
when help arrived. The Chinaman bo-1
llovcs his assailants to lmvo been whlto
men. It Is not probable they will bo
MANY A MOTHKirSWISH.
Many n mother of a peevish, restless
sickly child has wished that her little
ono was as strong and rugged ns an
Indian babo. Such mothers ran mako
their children Btrong and well, If they
rid tho child's system o fworms, which
cnusa nine-tenths of children's trou
bles. KIcknpoo Indian Worm Killer
will do It. For centuries tho Indians
used It to mack their babes rugged,
powerful, fearless. What It has done
for tho child of tho forest It will do
for tho child of tho civilized euro.
That Is what Ith us been doing for
years. You can get It of your druggist
for 25 cents. Do sura to get the gen
uine Tho child's Ufa Is too precious
to trlflo with worthless substitutes.
Hobron Drug Co., agents for KIcknpoo
Mr. C, 13. Williams, who for many
ycais has been In the undertaking biml
n i .. . .... .. ..
Dub 1 SE"UluAKb
HAWAIIAN TOBACCO CO., Ltd.,
Corner Mcrchnnt and Nuunnu &tn.,
iiIho HOTI2L. ST., oppoolto Botliul.
Office 'Phone, 390
Save Your Wife Many steps
A House Telephone from
You will never
part with it.
We will install two 'phones complete tinder a guarantee at a price well,
you c.mnot nltord to be without them.
The Hawaiian Electric Co., Ltd.,
There isfiealth intficaled 6
Its an ideal tonic.and .
Beverage. It aids dicjMhon.
TheLight That Never
fiBK j.r "...
Atw-W-. rfc 4
The Angle LArap
Also CAimyA coon stock of iiajiojug..
AOENTS FOK Sl.rlme Ltbilollne OII. ' '"rlrhov AImh C-m-nl PoillinJ Oti.nl (riant PrwJw
C,i , Dlcki RaUU lieltlnaT, Roctto Harbor Lima C
UKALtRS IN Atlleware (tta...ara. Criwtrv
1.J, rrunka. Vjllaas, .Mattlne. Safes, Llnilruma
I tfir3 I J JSBtV.
V.v J' :rr'iv ..nvAuows?.
meSL'' iw nittmiilli"ifl"r;iiiiTiiliiii'iiiirAa W fihmt
" If you don't waut ubltVcy to get the best of you, you must get
the best of whiskey."
' I do lady, but when fellow's only got a nicV.cl he can't buy
W. C. Peacock &
, F.-MOKOAN, C. I1HOWN, F. IIUSTACH, C. II. ATIII.RTON.
I'resUtnt Vice Prrslirnt Secretary Auditor
HUSTACB & CO., Ltd., Queen 6t.
Firewood, Stove, Steam and Blacksmith Coal,
Also White and Black Sand.
WIIOLUKALU AND RBTAIL.
TELLI'HONI:, AlAIN 80S.
Works JPhonc, 389,
Upstairs to Kitchen,
House to Servants' Quarters,
House to Stable, Etc.
wmmm -? mm
Another Large Shipment
of Angle Lamps.
"THE ANGLE LAMP"
THVT Nr.VER FAILS
It srtms at off IncrJ Me thai
any liTp c uli N cooj enough to
tjk dr r'ace of vlrctrtcltv on rvn
tffnn, vet 'iih I the a l h the
ANGIX LAMP. Alt owr rht UtjnJt
frorli areihiing a ay lb Ir o J
amp adJ rrr'cln? them with this
Ijirr nnt rrerrly teca - II Cot
ahout rneirnih at much to main
tain (cost I nn object to some rnm
fit) but, bIJ blnjr InrmlMv
cheapc. It Is m rr tillllani anJ
mote reliable In the I a realm It I a
riArlatlon tueeryore who isesft,
an J tlirrty dermntiratei iht the
rM-fahl(mfJ lamp a a barbar
ouicnirlance. ihe won Lamp
nevrr mo1e, smells or rive any
trouble MtiliteJ anJ extinguished
n raIty a pas. anJ Is the Uesl
lljhttr m eery Manjp-ilnt W
carry thee lamp Irom li 80 up.
T. II. Daies & Co., Ltd.
New Horn baMlnK Machine anl l'an-Amrkan HanJ
Itarneaf. aUtaa anl Laath-. Rap. Bran IVl-
I'owJer a-J Caps, (i.ncral llarjwar ani I'lantilion
w. ii. iiooas,
Trcas. anJ Manager
SPECIAL ATTENTION GIVEN TO DRAYING