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Till: I'ACIFir COMMKIU'IAI. A I V KIJTISKIJ: IloM n.n.r. J VIA'
1 899-RAMBLERS -1 899
This seems low but we have just got in
another big shipment and we propose to sell
twice as many this Summer as ever before so
have cut down the price to the lowest point.
We offer the same options as before on
saddlespedals, handle bars, etc., and our terms
are very easy, only 2.50 per week or less than
36 cents per day which amount you will easily
saVe in car fare and lunch each day.
will suit your pocket
Rsiiiblcrs 3,t anc tiiey ave tiie s;ime
. good reliable wheel they
$4500 III -have been for 20 years
HA. i a
Golnmbia and Rambler Agents
Ready Rock Asphalt
It is a NON-CONDUCTOR OP HEAT, which, to
gether with the fact that it is practically indestructible,
paiticularly recoiEmecds it for this climate.
X2PC7Call and see it on roof at office.
FOR WATER MAINS. SEWERS AND
CALIFORNIA CANNERIES CO., LTD. FRUITS AND JELLIES.
YITAX DRY BATTERIES. Best in the market.
STANDARD BISCUIT COMPANY.
HIGHLAND AND PET CREAMS.
C. F. MACKENZIE & CO. BROOMS, ETC. ETC. ETC.
Hawaiian Trading Co., Ltd
Office: No. 6 Love Building, Fort St.
Over Thirty Years
Constantly in the
Plantation Harness on hand and made to order.
All Harness our own KAMJ MADE and war
ranted. tSF Give ua a trial.
California Harness Shop
ZZZ NO. 639 KING STREET. LINCOLN BLOCK.
Telephone 641. Just Below The Arllscton Hotel.
D. O. & S. IIAMMAIST.
Baby Carriages ! Baby Carriages !
Arrival of 50 tons of New Furniture, Baby Carriages, Feather Pillows,
Wire and Wool Mattresses, etc.
Everything to be sold at SAN FRANCISCO PRICES.
50 Extra Heavy Excelsior Double Mattresses, $4.
100 Excelsior Pillows, 40c. .
Baby Carriages at Greatly Reduced Prices.
Oak Bedroom Sets, $19; Rocker, $2.
50 Steamer Chairs, $1.50.
500 Chairs, COc.
Come and see the bargains.
Ii. S.iMATHMS & SOISU Furniture Dealers.
26 Beretania Street, Opposite Progress Block.
KING ST., Next to Castlo & Cooke,
Large shipment of the latest styles in
New Style Shirts, Neckwear,
Gents' Furnishings, Etc , at the lowest reasonableprices.
PASSING OF THE
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Carri.ii;e with H. B. M. Cns::l Gcr.-f-ral
Hoare nvA YiYo Cons il Taos. R-i;i
Carriages with :th r tr.T.i' ers f th
Consular Corps. ir. l'iiii : ivj-r-'Titu-tive.s
of China and Japan.
Carriage with A. iVrry and W. L.
Stanley. Judges of the Circuit C:;rt
for the First Circuit.
Carriages with Governrmnt oHi-inls.
Many carriages with private citizens.
Private citizens afcot.
The procession was thirty-nvo min
utes passing a given point. Th lino
cf march was from Kawaiahao church
to Nuuanu on King and thenc ilirect
to the royal mausoleum. All along the
route there were great crowds of spec
tators. TOMB OF KINGS.
Everything was managed with per
fect order at the cemetery. The
crowds were kept back, no one at all
being allowed within the gates unless
privileged. The different elements of
the pageant passed in and were ar
ranged so that the first bodies to ga
through should be nearest the gates.
The National Guard was drawn up in
front of he mausoleum. As the cata
falque with the casket in full view,
neared its destination, the wailing
grew louder. The kahili bearers were
formed on either side of the roadway
leading to the tomb. When the ar
rangements were completed the pall
bearers took up the casket and bore i;
within the mausoleum.
The interior of the tomb hai' been
decorated the previous dty, and a
number of kahilis added to the effect.
The caskets of Likelike and Kaialani
had been moved, leaving a large spice
for that of the dead Dowager Queen.
The services were brief. Bishop
Willis read the committal service of
the Church of England. "Let Saints
on Earth" was sung by the choirs,
after which the benediction was said
by the Bishop. As the strains of "Ha
waii Ponoi, the air so loved by Ka
piolani in life, swelled forth a:n. softly
died away, the assemblage liled on:,
leaving the dead alii in the mausoleum
of Kings and Queens with aer insignia
of royalty about her.
QUEEN DOWAGER'S DEATH.
Queen Dowager Kapiolani, after an
illness of many months, passed from
a condition of unconsciousness to
death at S:43 o'clock Saturday morn
ing, June 24ih. She had been oblivi
ous to everything for about three
days. The end had been expected at
any moment for i fortnight, but Ka
piolani had been a strong woman phy
sically as well as mentally, and was
able to meet the weakening influences
of her ailments with the equipment of
a vast store of vitality. There were at
the bedside at the last moments the
Princes David and Cupid, nephews and
heirs of the Queen Dowager, her phy
sician. Dr. F. Howard Humphris, and
a number of her retainers -and house
hold people. Late the night before Dr.
F. R. Day -had been called into con
sultation. The well springs of the tears of the
Hawaiian people were again opened
and the grief over the death of the be
loved 'alii was manifest everywhere.
All during the time the illness has
been considered extremely serious, the
Waikiki home where the death oc
curred was thronged day and night
with devoted friends of the widow of
the late King. Pualeilani. near Aina
hau, is a beautiful place. The house
is an old one set back in a cocoanut
The news came as black ill tidings
to thousands of foreigners as well as
to the race .which the deceased
adorned. Kapiolani was ht-M in the
hisrhes: esteem by all.
Dr. Humphris gives as the immedi
ate cause of death uraemia. The
Queen Dowager had survived no les.;
than three paralytic strokes, and it
had been known for several years
that her heart action was we.ik and
deranged, and that besides she suffer
ed from n mild, though uninterrupted
attack of Bright's disease.
Death was expected early Friday
night, when a number of friends were
hastily summoned to Pualeilani.
There was a sinking spell, during
which for an hour or more death was
expected momentarily. There was a
rally, and as late as 4 o'clock in the
morning it was the confident antici
pation that death was off perhaps for
several more days.
FIRST RELIGIOUS SERVICE.
The first religious service over the
body of the Queen Dowager was held
at the home at 3 p. m. Sunday the
23ih, and it was in every way im
pressive and notable, ft was conduct
ed according to the ritual of the An
glican Episcopal Church by Rev. V.
H. Kitcat. chief of the personal staff
of His Lordship, the Bishop of Hono
lulu. Those present were Prince Da
vid. Prince Cupid and wife. Governor
A. S. Cleghorn. Stella Keoniailani, Te
resa Owaha Kaohelelani. Col. Sam'l
Parker and Mrs. Parker, Mrs. Jaeger.
Mrs. Paul Neumann, Col. W. H. Corn
well, Sister Albert ina and Sister Bea
Kapiolani was born (Thrum's An
nual. 1S79) on December .11. 1S31. and
would have been sixty-five years of
age at the end of this year. It was in
1S34 that Kamehameha IV (Liho'.iho)
was born. In the same year there was
established the first newspaper print
ed in the Hawaiian Islands. This pub
lication was the Iam.i Hawaii, at La
hainaluna. . Kapiolani was the granddaughter of
Kaumualii, the last King of the Isl
and of Kauai, and the only subordi
nate monarch of the group who was
not forced to surrender uncondition
ally to the Great Kamehameha. The
Queen Dowager was of noble lineage.
Prominent in her ancestry were Ka-
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PORT COST! FLOlffi
WASHINGTON MERCANTILE GO.
Sole Agents. - - Cor. Fort and Queen Streets.
THE COMFORTABLE. TWO KTOUV
COTTAGE o!T IVrrUcU St.. l-t rrtx
Mi!! r ar.d lunrh! I Stxrvt. and nor
H-rti;:-J !-y Jam- NtX. Jr.. pxrttr
r.:j-ji: j'rof. A lafirln for tlx
JAMES F. POST
W. E. SHARP
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POST AND MARION'S MUSICAL SKIT.
GRAND CAKE WALK.
MAltlK M. 1IRAXDA.
Phrnemtil Vcc Mt.
TIIK IIAimVKIJ. lTKlt,
Acrohil c and Cr.tortio Itc t.
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Knek r.4 Wit r Darr.
Mil. FRANK IIAltXON,
MAY AlIsl.KY. JIM l'OVT,
The Greatest Aggregation cf VavfevlKr Talei t ecr sten In Hcr.o!u!u at ct etlc.
Kox Ufhce crers at in .. m. 'rr.cn? 40
P. E. R. STRAUCH.
Real Estate Eioier.
Kins Sirrt. T-r!une HL
HUSTACE & CO..
Wood and Coal
White and Black Ssnd
Wfclch trc will ell at the trry lwtl
Telephone No. 411.
HONOLULU IRON WORKS 'CO.
nOILERF. SUGAR MILLS. COOZZZTZSL
UHSS AND LEAD CASTINGS,
An4 siachlnerr ct every tllrripl!asi
xsa!o to order. Particular attrrllon
paid to blp' b:acksraltb!s. Jo
wcrk execntfHl on tie sbor.eai soUr
Auction Sale of Seaside Property
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On Saturday, July 8ft, 1899, at 12 O'clock Noon,
t mj lfM( tin. .'.".Qrrfti street, I will fell at luMic Auction: 4 FINE DEACH LOTS AT KAALA
NY A I, J car Ditim ml lit: d Arcn? a cr d iigram. Government tvatvr lai.l M thr? 1 :.
For fuithf-r particulars apply to
J AS. F. MOlWiAX, Auciioncer.
$250 Cash, Balance in
An Orpnrtunity of Your Life
For ?a Home.
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WILL E. FISHER. Corner of Fo3earnCh