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The Hawaiian gazette. (Honolulu [Oahu, Hawaii]) 1865-1918, November 20, 1917, Image 1

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' ' I' HP HE PASSING OF THE MONARCHY. 5Final Incidents at the obsequies in honor of Her Late Majesty, Queen tilinokalanfc at the
& 'ht in which the body lay in state in the old Throne Room, resting upon a pall of yellow velvet and the rare and beautifully colored
' 1 coronation. Close to the bier are the watchers over the sovereign. The upper rifht hand picture shows the tabu'sticl and sacred War
Executive Building, formerly lolanl Palace. The uopti left hand picture shows the rovat casket
feather ahuulaa of royalty, and surrounded by loftyvkahilis and the tabu stick used at Kalakaua's
tilis, borne bv descendehtt of famoua warrior ehiefi tf the Kamerismeha Crnf 'ntrinA TVt rvi'r.
ture at right center shows the casket borne dOwn the Capitol steps- by th pall-bearers, All men of high rank aicprdin$ to the ancient system. The lower right hand illustration ahowa the casket in place upon the catafalque, and th
low", left hand picture shows the kahili-surrounded funeral car, with the poolas manning th ropes to haul It to the' Royal Mausoleum. - ' - ; -U . . r -
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iliu firjal vestige of monarchal rule. She waylaid to her final rest' in
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