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At SI5 a Thursday the
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on Admiral Brown off Coco Heoi B Majestys health was hrat apparent
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were on board
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Immediately transmitted the
age to the Foreign Office
2Ir J O Carter was among the
nrst -who hoarded the Charleston
whie in danta liarbara and on his
return to this citj although at in
tervals be appeared qnite bright
and c heenal accepting hosptah
ties ot triends on one or two occa
sions yet it was quite evident that
the fatal Brighls diseae had re
newed its vigor and earnestly com
menced its deadly work upon the
system Since the 14th mst His
ilajestj has been confined to hie
apartments and dnringtbe greater
part of the time has been in a
Icomatose condition evidently the
brain and body facing partially par-
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Charleston together with two
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patent orougnt dj ner wa soonfcaLtlr in attendance Admira
after landed in one of the Admiral sSBrown has also been a constant
barges and hastened with them tolwatcher etc
the Palace and the Government ahe Lharle
House
Official notice
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Went was at once sent from the
Foreign Office to each of tnelip l 3 pmjfn in ih rni
losanc iiepreentative 3cereuuea pe o the addeat event3 tha Ha
to the Court of Hawaii and to theln hwtorian will evr be called1
Consular Corps Bapo u iracribe on ths annate of the
The following extracts from aV Hawaiian Kingdom
letter dated January 21st irwaWW Ti For 80m tfme l
Colsnl Gcneral HeKmley w thef Progre to
li ol w wJt s mtecQton to htrnknti m he zrand
paro aiars ot inc lungs ueam sJa Ly MoWnla v r Trnld ftave
f xt is with feeling of profoand Br iy
st sorrow that X have to worrljn jhdrtMraiicm
yoc Ezcellencyof the death ofltralfronMheir labors little draugfrigB
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tfcat on tho morrow thoy would bo called
fton to tnko down tho inscriptions to
mvo been used iw a happy greeting to
IBs Majesty returning- with restored
health r littlo did tno issuers ef the invi
tations for tho roval ball thfnkthev
Auld bo recalled less did tho happy
lAKrong to lmvo boon pithcrcdtowelcorao
Sa back oxpeel sucn a return Instead
otjtnumphal nrcliessraJly decorated with
ferpreens and intribod with joyous in-
ripuons uk ominously niacK irapcu
fern insteau ot gay pieasuro scekcrs at
tte ball mourners will gather the
Rlace and in place of tlie smiling aftes
tiKit would have beamed with pleasures
nftl voices i6tron witlj cheers tho
apnrnfnl countenances of tho immense
litherins hushed to quietness by awe
Wed tho way from the wharf toth
Mace
afflie Customs House Government
twildintr Police Station and a sreat
any of the business houses as well as
pnvaie resmencea wire uraxu with em
blems of mourning flags were lowered
tihalf mast from every boat and vessel
iiPtho harbor and every flag pole in the
qity the whole citv in fact took on an
ippearanco of deep regret arid sorrow
fU 3 oclock in the afternoon tho re
mains of tho King wero transferred to a
barge draped and otherwise fixed to re
ceive the body tlie barse was towed to
the wharf Inter Island dock by another
boat There were followed by other
boats containing the marines standard
bTarera and sailors of the U S S
Charleston and Mohican and of the IT
M b ymphe The first landed were
Adiuiral Brown and staff after whiclv
came the marines and saitors followed
Uythe poll bearers with the
tiunius the body of tlie King Mr H
Hi Williams acting as Marshal was
tKere to receive tho remains with the
new beautiful hearse drawn by four
black horses
EThe funeral cortege siowlv turned its
yay towards the Polace the Charleston
band leading the way playing funeral
marches TJie Baud was followed 7by
fort Charleston marines uith arms re
vised they m turn by the standard
bearers carrying the American flag fol
low ins them wero 150 sailors from the
Charleston and Mohican after whom
came a detachment of officers and forty
jailors from U ls Al b 2vmphe iNext
came the carriage bearing the dead es
corted on each side by Hawaiian police
toiiowmg the hearse were the Hawaiian
Ministers officers of the U S SCharles
ton H B M yymphe U S S Mohi
can clergymen and others
Alinute guns were fired from the
Charleston the shore battery and the
Mohican respectively from the time of
leaing the till the procession
reached the Palace
Even available point of view at the
wharves was literally crowded as well
as the streets and buildings along the
route up Fort street down King street
tqihe front Palace gate by an immense
tSrpng perhaps the largest Honolulu
efer witnessed
yjrom the gate to the iront entrance 01
the Palace lighted torches were placed
wabqut ten feet apart on each side of the
HJme with Honolulu firemen irom
h om pomes 2 and 4 stationed in like
ijjionces irom me gate up to wner the
duuiftrmed Isatie Sons of Hawaii
strl Tq the right of the Palace as
yqa approached it were drown up tin
rioyai uuoras winie on m leit was toe
6It6yal Hawaiian Aiiiitury Baml -which
Ijcomtcenn d to pav as the pall bearers
denTprco the ate Tle differeus detach-
Hsnents irum the Lharleslon Nvm
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fpfohican aid polico were arranged On
jeaJk stie u tiie walk As the- casket
was aioui 10 enter at ne gate ner
Korol Hiuhness annroaehnit thai milinc
Jofjjie balcony on the second floor Her
znei was sou to see as was that ot
friends assembled on the left side of the
lower eronda causing a sad solemn
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PauiLe aru
Ellong tlie steps -on each side were
placed the late Kings retainers wearing
feather capes and holding kahili wands
Tfie members of the Supreme Court and
Vcting Chamberlain Jas W Kobertson
met the precession on the steps if the
Palace and preceded the bearers of the
remains into the Throne Itoom where
they remain till definite arrangements
arelmade
The people and marines and sailor
from the gradually withdrew
from the scene that was to be one of
haBpines s iiiid pleasure now one of
mourning and sorrow
j Lying in State
The coffin containing the remains ct
thS late King was placed on a table in
tlKpcenter of the Throneroom The tabl
is Covered by a large feather cloak foil
merly the property of Naheienaina a
sister of Kamehatueha I All except the
glass front at the head of the casket fe
covered by another feather cloak
411 ciay tin v jr hies of people
wended their way through the Palace
into the throne room makinc a uitiful
sight to gee A band of girla from Ka
wakhao Seminary marched in file from
the Seminar to view the remains of
their late monarch The little girls were
dressed in white dresses with black
saanes aronnu tneir waists alt their Iiair
neatly tied witli ribbons The band wan
a beautifol sight to see Among others
who called were The Diplomatic and
Consular corps Admiral Brown and
staff the Captain and officers of H B
IV2S Nymphe and many others Jbt
ticitbe amongst the callers and mourn
ers Vwere the retainers and retinue of
H eg late Alajeflty tjaeen Dowager Emma
aba student from St Andrews PriorV
antilolani College
The Admirals Attentions
The sad duty of taking care
of the remains and bringing them to
the kingdom devolved on Admiral
Brojn who was especially delegated by
President Harrison to take the tidings
of we monarchs sadden decease to iua
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