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It luiving pleased Almighty God to
close the earthly enreer of King
KiihiUuuit on the l!0ih inst. in
Kan Kniueisco, Californiu,U. S.
A., Wo, tin: members of tin Cabi
net of His lute Majesty, hereby
J'noci.AiM, by virtue of the 22d
Article of the Constitution, Her
Royal Highness the Princess
I.iuuokalam UK EN of the Ha
waiian Islands, utnler the style
Htul title of LIUIOKALAM.
Goi) PliESERVE TDK Ql'KKN.
Given at loluni Palace, this twenty
ninth day of January, A. J). USUI,
J. A. CUMMIN'S,
Minister of Foreign Affairs.
GODFREY UK OWN,
Minister of Finance.
('HAS. N. Sl'KXCER,
Minister of Interior.
A. I'. PETERSON,
1't 7t-4 4t
HoNOl.t'l.ti, H. I., Aug. 9, 1S!)(.
Holders of Water Privileges or
those paying Water Kales, nie hereby
notified that tlie hours for using
water for irrigating purposes are from
C to 8 o'clock a. m , and 4 to i o'clock
Oil AS. 15. WILSON,
Supt. Hono. Water Works.
A pproved :
C. N. Sl'KNCEK,
Minister of the Interior.
By virtue of the authority in me
vested by the Constitution and the
statutes of this Kingdom, and deem
ing it essential to the promotion of
justice, I do In toby order that the
regular term of the Fourth Judicial
Circuit to be held at. Nawiliwili, Isl
and of Kauai, on the first Tuesday of
February, 18'Jl, is hereby postponed
until WEDNESDAY, March 4, 1801,
at 9 o'clock a. m.
Witness my hand and the
rr y -, seal of the Supreme Court
at Honolulu, this 31st day
of January, A. D. lSUl.
A. F. JUDD,
Chief Justice Supreme Court.
Clerk Supreme Court. 20 2w
Depaktmhnt ok Finance, (
Honolulu, 11. I., Jan. 29,1891.-
Notice is hereby given that all
material, etc., required for the Fune
ral Ceremonies of His late Majesty
Kalakaua is only to he furnished on
requisitions signed by the Minister of
Minister of Finance.
From and after this date all war
rants and other processes of all the
Courts of t.li is Kingdom must be in
the name of "LIUUOKALAM, by
the Grace of God, of the Hawaiian
By the Court,
Clerk Supreme Court.
Aliiolani Hale, Jan. 29, 1891.
G. Kaluakini, Esij., has this day
been appointed an Agent to Take
Acknowledgments to Labor Contracts
for the District of Lahaina, Island of
Maui. C N. SPENCER,
Minister of the Interior.
Interior Ollice, Feb. 12, 1891.
Pledged to neither Sect nor 'arty.
But esttiliiishrd for the benefit of all.
MONDAY, FE15. If,, 1891
Science has its martyrs as well as
religion. Reports from Germany tes
tify that five scientists have lately
died there after testing the bacillus
The salutes, which should have
been tired this afternoon in recog
nition of the accession of Her Ma
jesty to the throne, were recalled
at the last moment. The Nobles
of the Kingdom met Her Majesty
at one o'clock. Her Majesty in
ormed them that She was not ready
to meet them and requested that
they would assemble at the Palace
tomorrow, to meet bcr at an hour
to be hereafter appointed. Her
Majesty's Cabinet were in council j
as the Lii LLtTiN goes to press. I
'0 ADO I
Full Details of tlie Pro
cession. Religious and Masonic Exer
cises. Pbisonagfs in ths Throne Room---The Pall
Bearcr-Scenes at the Mausoleum.
IN TH THRONE ROOM.
Sunday, February 15, was the day
appointed for bearing to the tomb all
that was earthly of the late King
Kalakaua. The period that the body
had rested in the Throne Room had
been a solemn one. His Lordship
the Bishop of Honolulu had per
formed frequent service over tlie
dead Monarch. Morning and even
ing prayers had been offered by the
Bishop, at w hich tlie Dowager Queen
was always present. At 11 o'clock
yesterday morning the scene in the
Throne Room was most impressive.
Invitations had been issued to all the
ollicials and personal friends of the
dead king. As the invited guests
entered tlie Throne Room they were
ushered to their seals by iUr. Kd.
Styles, Clerk of the Foreign Ollice,
and Vice Chamberlain Robertson. At
the head oi the collin sal Her Majisty
Queen Liliuokalani, the Queen Dowa
ger Kapiolani, Her Royal Highness
Princess I'ooniaikelaui, Hon. John
(). Dominis, 11. M.'s Consort; Hon.
A. S. Cleghorn, father of the Heir
Apparent; His Excellency John A.
Cummins, Premier. Cols. J. II.
Boyd and Geo. W. Mactarlaue, staff
officers of the sovereign, stood be
hind Her Majesty, to the right and
left respectively. Immediately in
rear of the royal party were Mrs. C.
Clark and Mrs. C. U. Wilson, ladies
in waiting to the Queen. Col. R.
lloapili Baker and Major J. T. Baker
stood at the head, on the right and
left of the casket.
The dais on which the throne chairs
rested was draped in black, the bright
crimson of the ordinary hanging
shining through the sombre veil.
Resting in the centre of the Throne
room was the collin, covered with a
heavy black pall, over which was
placed the famous yellow cloak of
the King, made of the leathers of
the (Jo. The scene was at once
weird and fantastic ; the splendor of
tlie costumes of the staff olliceis,tlie
bright yellow of the feather cloak
and covering and capes, the sombre
black of the drapings, the rich deep
melody of the organ rolling forth its
volumes, the sweet singing of the
native choirs, all of which rendered
the scene peculiarly effective. The
crown, sceptre and sword of his late
Majesty lay at the head of the collin ;
on Ihe right side of the collin resting
on a beautiful black velvet pillow
rested the crown jewels and decora
tions of His Majesty. A guard of
twenty men, ten on each side of the
collin, wearing the yellow feather
capes indicative of kahili bearers,
of the rank of subordinate chiefs,
waved kahilis of a sombre hue. The
rythmical motion of the kahilis as
cending and descending, moving from
side to side in perfect accord with
the music, lent an air of peculiar
solemnity to the impressive scene.
Around the collin kahilis of an im
mense size stood in bearers. At the
head of the collin the two white
Likelike kahilis stood contrasting
beautifully with the sombre back
ground. Around the colli n were
ranged artistically carved ebony
tables upon which rested loveyl tro
pical flowers. There were crosses
made of roses, Harps and Crowns
made of Marguerites and stephauotis,
pillows and crowns made of plumaria,
carnations, white roses, and tube
roses. Two lovely while doves in
the act of Hying resting on an ex
quisite harp were especially notice
able among these loving tributes to
the dead Monarch. Prominent among
the floral designs at the head of the
collin were !,he wreath which the
young Princei.e cabled from London to
bo placed on the casket in San Fran
cisco, and the two special pieces
that were ordered to be placed on
the collin by Mous. Herman Oclrichs
(nee Tessie Fair) and a magnifi
cent one sent by Airs. E. B. Crocker
and her daughter Mrs. (Jillig of
Sacremento. In one corner of the
room stood a magnificent floral offer
ing from the Masonic order in ;nui
To the right of the Royal fani
ly facing the collin were seated
Chief Justice Judd, Justices McCul
ly, Bickerton and Dole, Admiral
George Blown, Captain Remey, Lieut.
Dyer, Lieut. Blow, of the Charles
ton, and Capt. Turner of the British
ship Nymphe all comprising the Ad
miral's staff with the except ion of
('apt. Turner of the Nymph. Fueiny
directly opposite .he Royal Family
at the foot of the collin four chairs
were placed, which were occupied by
His Ex. Godfrey Brown, His Ex C.
N. Spencer, His Ex. A. P. Peterson,
members of the Cabinet, premier
Cummins being with the Royal
Family. Behind these were scaled
the Nobles in the following order:
Hons. Sam. Parker, W. II. Corn
well, W. Y. Hornet , E. C. Macfar
lane, 11. A. Widemann, II. G.
Crabbe, J. S. Walker (President of
the Legislature), P. P. Kanoa. II. P.
Baldw in, C. O. Berger, C. J. McCar
thy, It. D. Walbridge, J. Phillips, J.
Kauhane, J. Anderson.
On the row behind the Nobles were
the members of the Legislature and
Privy Council in the following order:
Hons. II. M. Whitney; V. J.
Smith, J. K. Bush, II. Kuihelaui, J.
K.i.ic, 10. K. Lilikahmi, S. M. Da
mon, A, N. Tripp, J. G. lloapili, A.
Rosa, J. It. Afherton, J. T. Water
house, J. En:i, Wm. White, L. W.
P. Kaneaiii, J. W. Kalua, P. t'ock
cU, J. Nawahi, R. W. Wilcox, A.
Kauhi, W. II. ll.dstcad, P. Katnai,
A. P. Paehaole, W. 11. RivUard, O.
K. Apiki, J. II. Waipuilaui.
Behind these were the Circuit
Judges and District Justices. On
the left side of the collin in the front
rank was the Diplomatic Corps ar
ranged from left to right in the fol
lowing order: His lOx. John I.. Ste
vens, I.'. S. Minister Plenipotentiary;
S'.-nhor A de Souza Canaviirro,
Charge d'Affairea and Consnl-Gen-er
d for Portugal; Mijor J. II.
Wodehouse, Commissioner and Con-sui-Geniiu'
lor Great Britain ; Moiis.
G. M. G Boseront d' Anglade. Com
missioner, and Chancellor Vizzavonua
of France, and Molts. Taizo Masaki,
Diplomatic Agent and Consul for
Japan. Immediately behind the
Diplomat ic Corps came the Consuls
headed by F. A. Schacfer, Italy ,
II. W. Severance,!;. S. ; J. K. llack
fcid, Germany, Belgium and Rusda;
II. W. Schmidt, Sweden and Nor
way; II. R. Macfarlane, Denmark;
A. J. Cartwiight, Peru; J. 11. l'aty,
Nctncrlands ; II. Renjes, Mexico and
Spain : 10. Subr, Atisi.ro Hungary ;
T. It. alker, Vice-Consul, Great
Britain; A. W. Richardson, Vice
Consul, U. S. ; Attaches of Chinese
and Japanese Consulate. Facing the
leit-haud corner of the Throne Room
wire seated Fleet Engineer Philip
Inch, Fleet Surgeon G. W. Woods,
Fleel Paymaster Arthur Burtis, and
many otie r olhceis of the Flagship
Ci arlcston, the ship Mohican, and
II. B. M. S. Nymphe. Behind these
various groups were olliccrs of the
various Government departments.
When the various bodies had all
been seated Mr. Wray Taylor played
the "In Memoiiam" composed by
himself for the occasion. and while the
solemn strains floated on II. e scent
laden air the Bishop of Honolulu
and the Anglican clcrsry slowly en
tered the Throne Room and took
their place at the foot of the collin
on the left-hand side. His Lordship
tlu Bishop bioke the mournful
silence by reading the wntence, "1
am the -resurrection and the life,
saith the Lord," in Hawaiian. Then
follows the hymn, "When our heads
are bowed with woe." A surpliced
choir id boy s and men then sang in
perfect harmony to the beautiful
accornpainmt nt of the organ the 90th
Psalm, Domine Refiigium. to a single
chant composed by Her Majesty Li
liuokalani. Then the hymn "Brief
life is here our portion"' was sung
in Hawaiian, alter which Rev. W.
II. Barnes read in Hawaiian the
lesson taken from the loth chapter
of the (irsl of Corinthians. The Ka
waiahao Church Choir then sang in
Hawaiian, "Jesus lover of my soul."
After momenta of deathlike silence,
all heads ate bowed in prayer
The reigning Queen and the Qikcii
Dowager are sobbing, softly the
King's late Chamberlain stands with
bowed liead making manly efforts to
control his grief, while aii4around on
every lace and in every heart is
plainly seen that, the Kingdom hus
lost not oi.ly a King but a man of the
nation. Tlie Bishop ami clergy file
out of the throne room followed by
j the different bodies in regular order.
the meles anil wailing begin anew
as tlie solemn procession marches
sf.wly from the Palace. The ein
hl -ms of royally, the crown, sceptre
and sworci of the late monarch were
taken from oil' the collin and reposed
on a black velvet, pillow fiinged with
gold which was carried by Col. llo
apili Baker, while the cown jewels
of his late Majesty were lifted from !
their stand at the head of the collin
and carried by the Hon. John Baker.
The crown tabu pole and gold ball
draped in black, the emblem sacred
only to royalty, was then removed,
sturdy sons oi Hawaii tenderly lifted
the collin Jrom iis resting place, and
to the " Dead March tu Saul,"
slowly and solemnly the niourntui
cortege descended the steps of the
palace and placed the mortal remains
of their beloved monaich on the
catafalque winch was to bear him
from their sight fotever.
After the cofliu was removed from
the Throne Room the Royal party
remain there instill the procession
was formed and the catafalque .villi
the Royal remains was in its pos
itii n. Then the Royal carriages were
driven to the front entrance of the
IV.! ace and the Royal party emerged
from the Throne room and descended
the Palace steps to the carriages
in the following order : (Vice Cham
be: lain J. W. Robertson conduct
ing the party), Her Majesty the
Queen Dowager leaning on the
arm of the Hon. A. S. Cleghorn,
father of the heir apparent;
Her Royal Highness Princess Po
niidkclaiii leaning on the arm of Col.
G. W. Macfarlane, His Majesty's
Chamberlain. Alter the Queen and
Her sister had entered their car
rho:e the Queen descended the steps
leaning on the arm of lion John
0. Dominis, her Consort. After
entering Her carriage which was
immediately behind the Queen Dow
ager's, the Hon. A. S. Cleghorn with
Admiral Brown entered the heir
apparent's carriage ami the King's
Chamberlain took his position im
mediately behind the King's charger
wi:h a guard of I'Ucii bearers and
immediately behind him the Hon.
lloapili Baker and Col. John T.
Baker bearing the crown, scpter
ami sword, and the crown jewels.
The procession then began moving
in regular order,
All mornius g"'gs of prisoners
wive emplie(1 in (leaning ralaee ;
Square arid the sli'-eis of the funeral
route. Black sand was laid .down in j
places which the previous nigh I 6 j
rain Lad made miry, and the whole i
of Palace Square was strewn with
cut grass. It, looked like a field of
The various bodies to enter the
line began assembling at the Square
shortly after 10 o'clock, and as fast
as they formed were disposed in
their appointed order along King
street. Crowds of people at the
same time began to assemble on both
sides of the entire route. It is safe
to say that there w.re 10,000 specta
tors to the procession, while the
number composing it would be some
where between three and live thou
sand. The advance of the column began
to move at ll:i!8, halting some dis
tance up Nuuanii street. It was a
quarter to 12 when the police turned
the corner. There was a break in
the line at 12 o'clock between 1'ie
Fire Brigade and the Myrtle B jat
Club. The first minute guu announ
cing the body's departure from the
Palace sounded at 12:18, the battery
on the summit of Punchbowl starling.
The Mohican's battery followed,
then the Charleston's, after which
the Puncnbowl buttery tired the in
termediary guns. The Mohican fired
ISO guns, the Charleston M9, and
Punchbowl, continuing till the close
of ceremonies at the Mausoleum,
fired 120 guns. When the first gun
sounded the head of the column was
50 yards above Ktiktii street, three
quarters of a mile from the Palace.
The rear of the procession passed
the corner of Kim: and Nuuanti
streets at 12:51, and tlio bead of the
procession entered the Mausoleum
Park at about 1:11. At the chiel
points the procession yielded grand
spectacular effects. The long row
of school girls in w hite, the military
bearing of the St. Louis College and
Kainchameba School, the brilliant
streak of scarlet plumes of the
Knights of Py thias, the shining de
tachment, of the U. S. Marines, and
the excellent marching of the Am
erican and British seamen, joined in
one battalion for the. occasion all
were striking features of the kaleido
The never lo be forgotten sight of
all, however, was that of the gloomily
grand catafalque and its surround
ings. There were the hundreds of
willing hands of the white jiarmented
S, ns of Hawaii drawing the car.
Tiicu the kahilis like a moving forest,
of fiiant flower trees from Fairyland
burst on the view and moved on their
way like a vision. There were n
round fitly of great kahilis, and half
as many of the smarter ones, making
a group of these richly colored in
signia which, either in repose or in
motion, made a picture of incompar
able pomp. The following is the
OKDL'll OF I'ltOCLSSION.
al of the Kingdom and Aids.
St. Louis College Hand.
Students of St. Louis College.
Ka nii'hamelia School.
I- 'i.mi College.
Kawaiaiiao Female Seminary.
St. A mlrew's Pi iory.
Honolulu Fire Department.
Myrtle Boat Club.
American Ligion of Honor.
Knights of Pythias.
. W. De Long Post, No. 45, G.
Independent Order of Odd Fellows.
R. preseniatives of the Masonic Vete
ran Association f the Pa-
Free and Accepted Masons.
Executive of the Hut Kalaaina.
M-uibcrs of the Medical Fraternity.
Attending Physicians to Ihe late
Ahahui Opiopio Putin ai Lokahi.
Liliuokalani Educational Society.
Hoola a'ld IIooulu Lahui Society'.
Lei Mamo Society.
Hale Nana Society.
Band of U. S. F. S. Charleston.
N.ival Battalion of Marines ff)U) tlie
" Charleston," and Bine Jackets
from the " Charleston," U. S. S.
" Mohican," and II. B. M. S.
Royal Hawaiian Band.
Her Majesty's Household Servants.
Servants of the late King.
Konohikis of Crown Lands.
Kenoliikis of Her Majesty's Private
Konohikis of the late King's Private
Colonel Commanding and Staff.
Clergy ol the Roman Catholic
Right Reverend the Bishop of Olba.
Right Reverend the Bishop of Hono
lulu. The late King's Charger.
His late Majesty's Chamberlains,
The llonorables Majors It. II. Baker
and J. T. Baker bearing the
Crow n Jewels.
The Native Sons of Hawaii drawing
Itoy.d Carriage with Her Majesty the
Queen Dowager and II. It. II.
The State Carriage w ith Her Majesty
the Queen and His Excellency
Ihe Hon. J. O. Dominis, Coils
sort, attended by II. M.'s
Carnage of II. R. II. Princess Kaiu
lani, bearing the Hon. A. S.
Cleghorn, and Rear-Admiral
Brown, L. S. N.
The Chancellor of the Kingdom.
Tin; Cabinel Ministers.
The Diplomatic Corps and Rear
Admiral Brown's Staff.
Justices of the Supreme Court.
The President of the Legislature.
Members of the Legislature.
The Ladies of the Court.
The Privy Councilors.
Olliccrs of U. S.'F. S. "Charleston,"
U. S. S. "Mohican," and H. B.
M. S. "Nymphe."
Members of the Bar.
DETAILS OF PROCESSION.
detachment of police, composed
of Hi men from each of the three
watches, were the pioneers of the
column. They were in command of
Capt,. Juen, as Major, assisted by
Captains Kamana as Adjutant,
and Lieutenants Makaila, Kai
ena and Nuhoolewa acting cap
tains of the watches. At their head
rode the Marshal of the Kingdom,
Mr. Chas. L. Hopkins, with the De
puty Marshal, Mr. Gardner K.
Wilder, and Captain 10. Hopkins as
Aids on either side. The 52 police
men were in the new uniform of the
city force dark' blue with bright
blue trimmings and black hats and
being all of sturdy physique were
universally admired for their fine
appearance. Their military bearing
on the match and their smartness
and proficiency in guard duly at the
Mausoleum showed a well-drilled
condition. Besides the ordinary drill
to which the force is regularly sub
jected, for this occasion they had
been given a course of military drill
by Ollicer J. Nahora Ilipa, formerly
Major of the Queen's Own.
St. Louis College mustered 110
boys in three divisions the band,
boarding scholars, and the day schol
ars. They were in charge of Bro
ther Henry, assisted by other Brothers
of the faculty. The band under Bro.
Francis, came in well near the head
of the procession, its excellent music
giving time to the marchers before
and for a long stretch behind. The
pupils made an attractive section of
the column, in their snug navy blue
military uniforms with ultramarine
blue trimmings and brass buttons.
Kamehamclia School made an ex
cellent turnout of 100 boys, in iheir
martial-looking gray uniforms. They
were marshaled by Mr. C. Davis,
mechanical instructor, mounted, and
I hey marched in good order and step.
The public schoo'8 were marshaled
bv Ollicer J. Nahora Ilipa, truant
policeman for the District of Kona.
Their teachers in most cases marched
with the respective schools. The
children wore mourning badges on
their arms, and the girls were dress
ed in white with black trimmings.
The Royal School turned out 110,
and the total of the pupilo schools
w as 944.
The Reformatory School boys look
ed neat in blue overshirts, white
trousers, and military caps.
Ouhu College and Punahou Prepa
ratory School turned out 52 students
and scholars, conducted by Princi
pal Ilosmer and other gentlemen of
IIOXOI.l'Li; KIHH ULTAKTMUST.
China Engine Co. No. 5, leading
the way, had a splendid turnout of
70 men and voluiiUer hose hoys,
making a line showing, as they al
ways do on parade, in their ultrama
rine blurt shirts and black trousers
and hats. They were commanded
by Foreman Chang Kim and Assist
ants Ho Mow and Fook Yee.
Protection Ilook & Ladder Co., in
black hats and trousers and red
shirts, was 22 strong under Foreman
I I en it Kaia.
Honolulu Engine Co. No. 1, mus
tered 58 all told, led by Foreman
Robert More and Assistant J. D. Mc
Veigh. Their ncuntly adopted uni
form consists of black trousers and
hats and blue shirts with white trim
mings. Mechanic Engine Co. No. 2, in
command of Foreman Jas. Hunt and
A-si-slants J. W. McDonald and L.
Kenake, rallied to the number of 52.
Their uniform is composed of black
trousers and hats, with bright re I
shirts having the letter "M." work
ed in white on tlie breast. The
members were decorated with mourn
ing badges bearing the portrait of
the late King.
,The Fire Police, whose first pub
lic appearance on parade was in the
torchlight, procession on the late
King's last birthday, turned out 22
or about tUte full strength. Foreman
Thos. Krouse was in command. The
men are all stalwart fellows, making
a striking appearance. Their uni
form is a neat one, of white flannel
shirts, black trousers ami military
caps. They wore mourning badges.
Hawaii Engine Co. No. 4, of which
the late King was formerly an active
member and at death an honorary
one, held the post of honor in the
brigade. It mustered 40 men and
hose boys, under command of
Assistant Foreman William Ke
awe. The uniform is made up of
black hats and trousers with scarlet
shirts, decorated on this occasion
with Kalakaua inclining badges.
Chief Engineer C. B. Wilson, First
Assistant ,Geo. Norton. Fire Marshal
J. C. White, and Mr. Henry Smith,
Secretary, represented the Board of
Representatives of the Fire Depart?
incut. The Chief and Assistant wore
full dress white helmets and carried
brazen trumpets. Counting the oflir
cers the fire battalion numbered 2C8.
VARIOl S OUOAN'IZATIOSS.
The Myrtle Boat Club attended in
a body, to the number of 20, mar
shaled by Mr. A. G. U. Robertson.
They wore the club's colors, red and
white, in the form of rosettes trimmed
The United Chinese Society and
the Tong Iling Society together made
up a body of 120, which included a
huge proportion of the wealthy Chi
nese merchants. A white and black
banner was carried in front of the
Tong Ilings, coupling the name
of Kalakaua with that of the society.
The two large Portuguese societies
made a numerous appearance. The
Sociedade Beueficente de Hawaii,
headed by its President, Mr. Ma
noel A. Puxoto, had 91 members in
the column. It had a handsome
white banner, with gilt fringe and
mourning drapery, bearing the so
ciety's name in blue letters. The
Portugese Mutual Benefit Society,
under iis President, Mr. J. M. Vivas,
mustered G8 men. This is Ihe elder
of the two societies, having establish
ed pleasant headquarters on Punch
bowl Hill some years ago. The
Santo Antonio, about a year old. has
recently taken commodious quarters
on King street.
The American Legion of Honor, of
which His late Majesty was a mem
ber insured for a snug amount, had
10 member to represent the two local
Councils, Mr. Julius Asche being
marshal. They wore the modest red
badge of the Order, trimmed with
The Knights of Pythias, generally,
were represented by Mr. Thos. F.
Lloyd, Senior Past Chancellor, with
Messrs. It. Cay ford anil J. Degreaves
on either side of him as Aids.
The Uniform Rank of the Knights
of Pythias made one of the most bril
liant features of the procession. They
numbered about 30 all told, in com
mand of Sir Knight Captain C. J.
McCarthy. In military uniform of
dark blue blouses and trousers, scarlet-plumed
white helmets, and red
belts, stripes and epaulets, with
white trimmings, the-y presented a
gay sight. A curious thing to the
uninitiated was th ir carrying of fa
tiliue caps strapped to their backs.
At times they walked full rank front,
and without halting would form into
symbolic figures, such as single and
double triangles, Maltese cross, etc.
Geo. W. de Long Post, G. A. It.,
had fifteen veterans in line, under
Captain John Ross, Post Commander.
This was a very creditable showing,
considering that "some members
walked in other bodies, and that this
is an organization which cannot be
recruited except from Union soldiers
and sailors t the American rebellion.
Excelsior and Harmony Lodges,
Independent Order of Oddfellows,
contributed twenty-one members to
the procession. They were mar
shalled by Mr. E. B.Thomas, and dis
tinguished by various regalia and
badges, according to rank and office.
The Freemasons in line numbered
fifty-six, conducted by Captain the
Hon. J. Tripp as Marshal. They wore
the characteristic white aprons over
black suits, and in wheeling at cor
ners passed under the arch of crossed
wands. At the Mausoleum they
were joined by a score or so ot breth
ren who had walked in other organiz
ations, P.M.'s A.J.CortwrightJ. A,
Hassinger and D. Dayton fell into
line near the Mausoleum as repre
sentatives of the Masonic Veteran
Association of the Pacific Coast.
Mr. II. J. Nolte, in regalia, repre
sented the Knights Templar among
the pall bearers, where Mr. Gideon
West, of the 3 2d degree, represented
the Knights of Kadosh, 30th degree,
Scottish Rite, the highest branch of
the order in Honolulu.
The Executive Committee of the
Ilui Kalaiaina, for all the Islands,
fell in behind the Masons. The
number was fifty, wearing white
sashes on black suits. Mr. Daniel
Lyons, marshal, wore a red sash.
The Liliuokalani Educational So
ciety, First and Second Divisions,
made a grand turnout of about sixty
members. This society is composed
entirely of Hawaiian ladies, and was
founded by Her Majesty, whose
n one it bears. The object is to pro
mote the education of Hawaiian gills,
providing for the expense of the
work in the case of Ihe poor. A
number of the wards of the society
walked between the ranks at regular
intervals. Most of the ladies wore
blue and yellow rosettes on the left
Another important native ladies'
society followed, being the Hoola
and Hooula Lahui Society, which is
also uiidcr the patronage of the
Queen. It had over 140 members
in line, including many venerable
dames. This organization is one of
benevolence, having bad much to do
with the Kapiolani Maternity Home.
J he Lei Mamo Society (or society
of the mamo feather lei)followed wear
ing gold badges with the name of the
A grand display was made by the
Ilaje Naua Society, of which the late
King was the founder ant President.
It turned out with thirty-six female
and nineteen male members, besides
some aged members who joined them
at the Mausoleum. The ladies wore
yellow pa-us, red aprons with a white
star, and yellow capes with crescents
of different colors. The gentlemen
were dressed in white suits with
yellow capes. Mr. William Auld,
as High Priest, was at the head
of the society. Mr. Charles Clark
acted as marshal and bearer of
the sacred "talking" calabash, and
Mr. George Washington as bearer of
the ancient feather helmet, the sym
bols being- borne on yellow plush
cushions. Mr. Mokualn held aloft a
wand having near the top a sphere of
French marigold flowers, represent
ing the ancient tabu stick, which of
old was. composed of red and yellow
tapa ploth- When this was displayed
at the door of a chief in past days it
signified to all that the dreadful
tabu was in force.
Cotttinuid on 3rd page.
Auction sales Dy P. fe.'n
Auction Sale cf
Household Furniture !
On W' iDN'liSDAY, Feb. 18,
A P 10 Od'l.O't'K A. nr.,
At the residence of Mr. Alex. Young,
corner of Victoria and King streets, I
will sell in Public Auction, the House
hold Furniture, comprising:
B. f . fluliM Parlor Set,
B. W. Miubietop Table,
1 Decker Barn's Sqnaie Piano,
In good order ;
Lace Curtains it Cornices,
Large Center & t'ofa Hugs,
1 Hs-uvy Pi ite Glass Mirror,
Walnut What not. Hcuipiet Tabl. s,
U; bolstered Loun;;.-, bookers,
hth Bedroom Bets,
Milttrasses, feather 1'illows,
1 IJ. W. Kxtension Dining Table,
IS. W. ('bail's, Ohanilelieis,
3. W, Mublotop Sr EBOaBD,
1 Set Double I larncss,
1 Top Buggy, Klc, Etc., Etc.
I Lii?ht Wagonette,
Premises will be open for in
spection on Tuesday, Feb. 17th.
8fi "it Auctioneer.
AUCfiGK iiALt OF
tuitions & Colts!
By order of Mr. Paul Isenberg I will
sell at Public Auction, at the stablea
at rear of the ollL'e of J. 1. Dowsett,
?u '1 UESD V V, Feb'y lTtlu
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOOK,
1 Norman Stallion,
1 Hawaiian Bred Stallion,
25 Iicafl of Herses & Colts,
Broken to saddle and harness.
JAS. F. 51 OHO AN,
35 5t Auctioneer.
T 11 1Z
1km Mi Baiiy
On Monday, Feb 16th,
The '"Vienna Model Bakery" will com
mence to deliver tirst-ciass
Bread for Families,
French, Cream, Milk and I'hiiti White in
different styles. Also,
Rolls, Pies, Cakes and Fancy Pastries
of all kinds.
Breakfast Rolls and Buns a spccial'y.
Parties wishing to he supplied
will kindly leave orders at the
ELITE ICE CREAM PARLORS,
85 Hotel street.
leW Coffee, Tea and Chocolate served
at the "Elite."
338 Mutual. TELEPHONES Bell 182.
Per Bark "CHARLOTTE," a number of
From the celebrated factory of
C. BECHSTEIN, London & Rerlin; f
Now ready for inspection.
FOB SALE BY
H. HACICFELD & CO,
Sole Aleuts for Hawaiian Islands.
Grujskeon Lawn !
A FRESH m OF THIS
Iu Stone Jars and Glass;
Just received and for sale, in bond or
duty paid, by
GONSALVES & CO.
37 1 in
'IMIE regular quarterly Meeting of the
J I'niou Feed Co.'.' (LM), Ayill be
held at the Company's olliee, Queen
street, on MONDAY, "the lUlh i list , at
11 o'clock A. M.
F. R. V1DA,
36 !Jt Secretary.
t SERVANT Girl, German preferred,
to look after a child of two years
and do light house work. Apply nt this
Office. 33 If