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IMPRESSIVE RITES MARK
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conic with tlicm 16 assist in the dec
oration It whb a Milenui occasion.
Her Majesty was seated, silent In her
dignified sadness, lit one end of the
room, while around her were her
friends and the chiefs who ramo to
show thcli sympathy. This llttlo ie
teptlon by tho last ruler of Hawaii,
In the shadow of the tomb of the de
parted kings and queens, was prob
ably one of tho saddest and most sig
nificant which will ever be witnessed
As soon as word was received that
the funeral procession was approach
ing Queen Mlluolmlnui was escorted
In the mausoleum entrance, at which
she rctplvcd the cortege. Here she
stood wlillo tho long procession filed
slowly by, and the soldiers and sail
ors Until up on both sides of tho en
trance. Soon the casket nrrlvcd,
nnd, surrounded by the pomp of ka
hilis, feather cloaks, and amid the
clouds of Incense wafted by the oco
ltcs, tho chief mourners escorted the
remains of the dead Prince to his
At this time the mausoleum
grounds became tho scene of one of
the greatest gatherings of chiefs
which has been seen hero for n long
time. Old and joung, men nnd wo
men, rich nnd poor, tho descendants
of the famous lino of chiefs, came to
gether at tho tombs of their ancestors
nnd talked of olden times. Tho joun
Rer generation was stationed nt the
tombs to sec that no one except those
of high rank, walked on tho mounds,
as to walk over tho bead of a high
chief is one of tho most serious lo
in t Ions of the ancient tabus possible
Many sightseers, who did not know
of this, had to bo warned off, but
they nil took tho polite injunctions
of tho joung chiefs nnd chlcfcsscs In
tho proper spirit.
Impressive moro than words can
tell were the ceremonies over tho re
mains of tho dead Prince In the
throne-room of Uio-oliL.J'alaco, The
room wits' filled with dignitaries"
friends, relatives, nnd high officials,
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and heaped almost to the celling
were tho huge profusion of flowers
nnd flornl tributes. How upon row
of kahilis In tho ronl order were
banked back from tiic casket. There
was barely room for the two priests
to walk back nnd forth as they went
throtish tho solemn scrvlco of tho
Ilomnn Catholic Church, with which
t'rlnca David had become affiliated
only o short time before, waving
their Inccnso nnd saying the prajcts
for the bouI of the dead Atll.
Outside the Capitol
Outside the Capitol grounds were
packed, the rirlvewas being kept
tear of the vast throngs that pushed
and Jostled In an attempt to secure a
better position by the t'nltcd States
Mnrlno3 on tho Wulklkl sldo nearer
Punchbowl, nnd companies of tho
icgulnr army, under lomnund of Ma
jor Dunning, on the other side. On
the Hwn side, nearer the building,
were tho rojnl cnrrlages, waiting to
bear tho relatives of David to tho
mausoleum. Tho Queen's carriage,
attended by rctnlnors holding the
hutses' heads and the footman be
hind In livery, was present, follow
ing that of Princess Kawnnanakoa,
nit Her Rojnl Highness had kept her
raw ncor to enter the Capitol bulbi
ng again. However, besides mark
ing her respect for the dead by kend
Ing her carriage, several of the chief
. nouincrs just before the terenionj
wero there representing tho Queen.
Waiting for Ceremonies
Along the center of the drlvown)
Htendlng from tho Capitol steps to
King street, over a hundred poolas
.cre lined, holding Hie draped cord
Arlth which they were to draw the
atufulque to tho mausoleum. These
vcro guarded on either sldo by the I
marines and United States soldiers,
itandlng In unbroken line from the
jntianco to King street. On King
itrcct, nnd lined down to N una mi,
.vcro the different Hawaiian societies,
itandlng silently and waiting for tho
ilgnul that would announce to them
.hat tho body of tho dead AMI was
nocd fiom tho throno-room, where
it had lain In state, nnd placed In the
atalfanue. Marshal Curtis P. Iau
.ea was In charge of tho long line of
people In the uniform which he wore
is a staff officer of King Kalakaua
and in which ho was clad at tho jub
lee of Queen Victoria of Unglnnd,
ivcr twenty years ago, his command
ing figure, mounted on a trained and
iplrlted animal, making un Imposing
light. jjj. "(
irounu me vaiaiaique t
A few minutes after 2 o'clock the
Impressive services within tho Capl
ol were concluded, tho waving of ,ln-
I :onso.ceascd,,jnnl solemn olceM
r hn in foRtn wprn HltpnV T'ri.nnrnltrimi
. ,.. , ,r,.... - .,
Aero then mado for tho mo ing of the
lody, lying in state in Its beautiful
.Tho tabu-stick ureccdlnc the en-
tafalaiui bparlngtin'ronialns of the
lend Prince was Borne alternately hi
ccalll Hoa'pll fa'nu1 'Kumehnnichn,
oth being direct descendants from
Kamchunicua, King of Muul. ,J i
Tho Itoj.il Hawaiian knhlll-bcar-
irs, wearing, some of them, tho In
dgnla of office under tho old regime,
ind all clad In tho dignified mourn-
'ng attire, that showed deep respect
'or one of the last of nn old ilne,
nmo first from the throne-room
rhey wcro received on tho outside
'))' nn attendant, who placed them
iccocdlng to their rank nnd station
ind In accordance with tho stntcd
progro.ni Jn front of tho cntalfatiuc
Die priests, choir bojs, mid acolytes
vcro placed In front of these, how
aver, and ns the sac red faces of (Irol't
eachers, followed and surrounded by
the Innocent-fared bojs, left the
throno-room and walked down the
,iteps to their position In the line, a
"lush of reverence spread over tho ex
pectant throng and tho silence was
only broken by the chanting of the
taielcs on tho Inside.
i Princess Bears Un
Afterwards, tame thn casket, borne
by twclvo former fi lends, tho casket
:ontaln)ng tho bod) of tho Prince
was curried to the calalfan,uo. Then
:amo tho Princess Kawannnnkoa,
leaning heavily on the arm of Prince
Kuhlo, heavily veiled and showing
tho murks of deep grief. She was as-
Islsted to her carriage by tin old re
tainer of tho fnmll, wearing the
kneo-brocches nnd short pants of his
ofucj). Prince Kalunlunnole entorcd
tho carriage with her. l'ollowlng
this, enmo the cnnlngo of Qucon I.I
lluokalan'l, nnd then, in succession,
tho Misses Campbell, Mrs. Palrchlld,
Colonel Samuel Parker, and Mrs.
Parker, and other nicnibors of tho
family, filed down the stono steps In'
to their waiting carriages. TorrltO'
rial officials and Invited friends enmo
next In tho order of march, The
lino was formed.
Salute to the Dead
Prom tho top of Punchbowl, nt al
most tho same time that tho casket
was lifted -Into the c.italfaquo, tho
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