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THE PACIFir ruMMKKriAL AUVKirTISKK: llnNnl.n.r. JULY r. l-!.;i.
PASSING OF THE
(Continual from Pae 2.)
Itut no matter what th. ss: a.i: S.n. rioi cup:-! by th ra.kct containing th
matter wait the charge or r s dvi ! tody of rn:c- Kaiulanl. The
of the Church i.f
' Kr.glir.d carried out m t s.mn
g . r. matter :.ow ?h. r::ua::.ti- i.f ;h.. csn.r,
tis. K.i;i.o!.-ni w.i. alway
at; It ly. There u.u : r.iu;c r-a !crd by
Come in and look at them,
examine the goods, the lin
ings, and the way they are put
together; try them on and say
whether you . ever , saw their
equal for the money. Here is
more style and better material
than you will ordinarily get
in a made-to-measure suit at
Think of buying snits
like these $10, $12, $15
and $18, and every one
warranted by the makers.
makahelci. Queen of Kauai. and Kiha,
chief of Niihau.
Hilo. Hawaii was the birthplace of
the late Queen Dowager. She lived
there but a short time, ami was in
bar. Whatever int!uT. h. tir;':h: 1 Orcanl: Wray Tayl-ir.
t.i bear in :h tieM of the p-lny
nation, the weight of u w.i f ir r ' 4! .-v:i filial ar.l a !hn nr
p-i-:a!ii.l:y sail morality an l f.r .":;! r.i-r pp rcsi.iinin4 n :h- cr mI
pinir from forhrn jviti n t p o;;t
tionn of ln;. anil la th lir-c:ln of! Tho h ur r..jr :h- !Vr
th pinnacle of the b.t aplrjti ia.- i ur !rir.cr Ini ! an-! Cu;M. Oov
within th. !irei: of tr :.- :n a a:. 1 1 rnor Hh.ira. Vr.r.c A!! r. K inula
women. At th coroaatioa. ia :h . Ka. OlUcr :il!ni.in. Mr. i:ot-rtn. J.
month of Ft brunry. 1h3. K iM ..mt r K. Kan'.i.i. Mr. S. i Alln. r.il irM
avrn l.riak f :h cri'.rr a hat wit
bull! f r tr. In 3c rnt th
"Tlir- v.rxi rrj(minc b aa4 brr
a-.piay f a! i: -IL:y ptKn d-
. r. !l titer x-: t ta IXXack
- Thcr. in fu'.l irmr of th
uui a lew ears wnen sac cam? i... ,- ... 1....1.... ... . .
in court circles. She ami her flrt ! i 1. V Im XI T!,,1 - J
husband were entrusted, with the very i'i . ! , V.- t ,oaullful The work a,
hiirh finrv nf rarin fr th- prinro ;f 1 aplrlriK c.ialb-nc d t.i- n lm:n.li:i ,l ac un-b r tho a.: urrvlii!.-n of
ii ,, nrfrins to" "it Irince of f of a clls Kapio!ani w an orr.i- Mr. S. C. Mien anJ Mr. Wa-J bi
Hawaii, a child upon whom the hop-M tnt t fh ,,..,, ,,, . t,,,.,., , JIJU ", . ,,7.
cf the nation were concetled to have f. , m s . . ' . , o. u.-fc
t . t " r wnoir sa was i:i.ii to anv worker Th rjc la fmi' n th
been centered at one time. The p.-o- .:,.......-, ,.iPrlini. , ' . , . L irya. o.
pie were pluniied into the creates: .,,-....1 m ' ...ir nafac.i ..y xou. iarhp a.i n-
ri' w'ipA thi littlo no tl'i d i- ti-f " at llm a mar U.ti. .r. ns..i o. rjk tatef.i!ly lrarl with the royal
grie. waen mis lime one uau at ia , ...j- ....!. . . .. . ..
J rhyn-h wa thnwn p-a t. a!l. aadlrraal .ir! xrrlfJr ar;!on of tb- inn-r
ctzt. !. a: the lrri cwjaecmtsl
IM. and thr :n Into tb
!-irniac ayias: Jrovah U tny
x.o: iw. if i rih j.y hrr xnxrr
tha y.j may f-jr ivj: iiat If I irot
la J-hoah and !! pr-rrvc sac brn
:ha jo-n mot
r-ar ar.-l 4-rt llira aba Thrr
th-n t;altr! tn isciac a hrmn of
prai- t. :h- trj aJ korJt In
aJ ira'.i a t .. l"rratr aad the Gov
ernor of :h unlvcr
Copyright 1S99. Steia-Bloch Ca
" lu;rtJI ,l , 1 qiulino! her for her hlch :.i:i-n.
, V'?, ' l ,! . the s.Hlal circle she was alwaw
tUath of her first husband. I.,..i.. .,.t r.... 1 . "...
Cn December 10. 1'.3. Kaplolani be- nno ....uh,,,.,.,.
came the wife of the High Chief David ,,;., in "
Kalakaua. She was then considered ;
still one of the beautiful native wonu n FIRST IAINO IN STATU.
of the country. It was said then and ' it,txxtn thn hmtra ,f
always afterward that Kalakaua was fuesdav. June 27. the
icrtunaie in secunnR or a me mat? th,, ,a0 QlJ(vn Doivauer Kapiol.ml
a woman or sucn stt rnnjr worm. it,.. 1.. . ..t i...
When Kalakaua went to the throne itMiini Th !r..nm of vunr nl...
he found his wife entirely filial to ulsllfM, l41 tliv t! .
the reuirements of the high station to of rejipcct to t,elcad chicfess was on
which the couple were elevated, fthe tinntta
fo. ta h.T civi-rrtl u;:h a heavy
lull! nf blark ilpt. At Ihr hrjitl nf
the rao? wore two flower crona!.. oael HoWcrs of mater rriUlcsr. or thoMs
nf F.'.nia. th t:her of rI caraation-Irylni: water rate, arc Lerrby tiollzM
The rhanrrl rail a hidden uaderlthat the hours for Irricatlon rnxrpoes
lH autiful parlan .K ANval the ornn U frota c 0 s oViok a. o. anl from
pi.iworm iMtm. ani icra were iwai-
v;n rniwrwl with Hi Ma lest v In lSs.t. s
The ceremonies of this notable season '
were amongst the most notable !n
The homo whete the all! brcithed
her last Is one of great plcture.ju
beauty. The entrance is through a
, I j y 7 u v yi ii! ry t Trr l I v l i iin an.
JUNE 29th TO JULY 1st.
Miss H. Pauline Dinan
Of the Misses Dlaans of San Francisco.
Has opened a branch store at the J. J. Egan Dry Goods
Co., Fort Street, vith an elegant line of
Exclusive Styles by every steamers from our San Fran
PRICES VERY MODERATE.
every way ever known to the Islands. lonR llrIvcway- over graM :.nil un,rr
Through It all Kapiolanl was se.f-pos- gha(ly trrM The foago luxur.inT
seeu Kraceiui au uiKniiuti. : belnR scattered with lavish hand
Kapiolanl was one of the most tnroUKhout lhc ground. that encircle
prominent visitor. on the occasion o he ,lulo homc Thc ,lllrr u pllla
the celebration of the Queen ictorla . linn,lnPnf.,i vn ono XVoii!d h.re
jubilee twelve years ago. She was thfmhf linnn ivine at It. that it vas
received with royal honors every- nnyn nf nrn .una ua rr
where and conducted herself in a most thc crown u !s nprctentloti. but It
creditable manner In every way. Her g eonifortallc anil that wa what t!u
manners were always courw ami mic , . tjowager most wantetl. A Urg
Knew now to uress to ner sianon. .., in fmnt nf n In-
While she did not care for travel In (lMirri ontmre. jtJ
roretgn lanus. sue greany enjoyei me x wcalhor i,caten. This cottage wa
trip across the I nitea Mates ami oer h. hnmo of Kanlolanl.
to Enpianci. being mucn interesiea in ThroURh thc !rlvcway the vbitor
all. that she saw. and learning on her throncet Al thc entrance to the iath
own account niauj iiuiiks uui iwv .Vi,ro mp. llV two courteotiii ila-
thcught might be applied to the ben- .vn,,nnu ORO venerable with age. thc
efit of Her people. I ne cniy otner trip . youth, who. with client cjur
of any moment ever made uy uie (es poip the way to the roora .f
Queen Dowager was to Micronesia by dcalh rp lhe slalr another of ih
sailing vessel wnen uv wu uunw . .. . chefa wnh insignia or rank
young woman. It Is uoumrui ir sue b t M& shoullicn,. icd the way.
ever fully recoverei rrom tne siiock 0 Rccon,i noor n the rco-r-t on
sustained on the death of Kalakaua. to mnned the mortal rcmalr.n of
whom she was devoted as posslbe. i Kapiolanl. The robe of Mate whir!.
Since the overthrow oi xne mon- wag wrtrn ty i,er when the w.m
archy here in 1S03. Kapiolanl has frownel wth Kalakaua was drad
lived very quietly. Her principal In- . ... t10 calm and
w - .t IllAIIU .. .... -
terest has been in the welfare or the nlaclll umicr tXQ ct!d touch of l-ath.
women oi ner race uuu m iv The sweet, womanly dignity, mat nar-
!anl Maternity Home and the Kapio- .,,-., thp tlend thiwacrr Iwth In
lanl Home for Girls at the Kallhl re- ... , tirivnto iif., njn exlte
ceiving station. She has been out so- aml c ft nfcukc appraranro to her
cially only a few times. hen well ft.alurrs Aboul hcr hf.mU v.as a pl e of
enough she ha3 attended thc anntial gnov;y lace vlclns with the decoration
luaus of the Maternity Home. 11 speaks f KalakaUa. The 5amc iai lhal xvan
volumes tor tne domain " " . ummI at the burial of thc Kins w.
Kaplo'.anl to say that through all the . h, M:cnj;it,:i. The feather
political difTicultles here her friendly ca., antl leU thal Wcre thc property
relations with foreigners wno na.i of hf, lolll QUerll ;unc frum tt,o side
been friends in the oi.i uas were f h? hor 01 Mch llo ?IMH lno
changed scarcely at all. l n..i ver re- foup rctly (ll!eflJ waving their kahilis
cently she was frequently in confer-: tnroUj.h tl,e chr.tjSinc. hours. Col.
ence. on her own motion, wun some oi Mai iollcr toid at the foot
the men prominent In public life here as thc KManl of i,nor. Nr.ir the heat
today. The Queen Dawager hal a lwo nallvc griH pal while they wave
property estimated at something oycr?llc roalncrcti suffa n imrfert unUon
a quarter of a million uouars. inis Twojvo i.irgo kahilis were arrant-! on
she some months ago transierreu u tj,c sides of the room, while r.t the hent
her nephews. She had long inicnuoi . an,t f(H)l lho lal, a-.rded the
that they should be her heirs, ami sncrcti remains.
made thc transfer for the purpose or The vlsltom na.sed through to the
1 MM I
avoiding any litigation.
Robert Wilcox says that I.llluoka-
lanl Is a half niece of Kapiolanl In the
larce recentlon rcKm. Here wan a
wilderness of flower and malic am
ferns. A number of beautiful piece
fourth degree and that Teresa Owana;wcre nunK about. Among these were
waoneieiani is me same; mai .wreaths and harps of Illm.i. raaiuen
beth Kekaalau Is a hair niece in tne njr antj marigolds.
third degree: that Stella Keomallanl j out In the yard benches were scat
is a grandniece through the first hus- torCci atout. All were filled with ieo
band of the Queen Dowager; tliat:pG talking and listening to thc band
Prince Albert Kunulakea Is a hair-he musicians discoursed . dirges
nephew. I throughout thc day. adding to the
A GOOD WOMAN.
WE HAVE BEEN AUTHORIZED TO SELL
$5.00 per case of 50 bottles..
Owing to Spurious Imitations having been brought to this
market, the public is hereby notified that the only
IS BOTTLED BY THEi
Harzer Koenigsbrunnen - Quelle,
and every bottle bears their trademark and stamp.
M. Hffltkffeld o. Ltd
SOX.E AGrENTS, IIAWAIIAX ISIiAXDS.
I throughout thc day, adding
I solemnity and reverence of l!
' clnn t 1 1 m r I Ii r 1 1 riMil f Ii
apiolani had been i for twaears. f h mclc wo( rfc an, m,nKle
With astonishing fort tude and a re- h fc , ow Ml, melo, y of ,hc !un,,.
markable exhibition of physical co-ir- Al n,pht naliVe singers ..mg th-
age she had battled successfully with
sickness after sickness and shock af
i s.i.un. o. c .v , , " . . . ' I Among those who
4 to C o'clock p. xa.
upl. Honolulu Water Work.
Ar propcv ly:
J. A. KING.
MinUtcr of Interior.
Honolulu. June II. IK'X
mourning throttgh th?
a long time she realized well that the mMM ww ,.rwM,.n aR,,
end could not be far distant. Thrwph Mr , M M s
tercd In graceful profusion. KxquUIte
floral p!ve met the eye on every
hand, rromincnt among taee were
two large uitna lyri-. a crown if thc
same fiower, and wreath of uiaJ and
The entrance to the churchyard wa
draped In alld black, a were the pU
lar. In front if the church. At thc
time of the Kalulanl o!e;'.iJeji th-
decoration wvre In white and black.
n token of youth.
ix stati: IX ciirucii.
It wan aval throng Uiat made It
way to Kawalahao church Friday even
ng. June C". to pay tribute of rejevt
to the late Que n IVuwager Kapiolanl.
Throughout the night the pp!c
came and went. Mime for a mrlor
glance, other to Ml for hours In faith
w - - .
mi niier.ti.ince. i t. i, i- i . r.
If - n .nr .f trntiilmn I 1 1 T V I
V .. -. .. . .... - - - - . . . .
No display ha over nuqawl the oneKornpany to f ...cyi.oi and !o los
nw at Kawalahao. All through the I tlficate of tock of the tur t ilnr r
long hour or the prctiou mgni twenty dollar. iiro.M each, for Uc
yesterday the deft finger of the ladle I ' r .
had 1-n at work transforming th-In- fu amount thcm.f to the ptwat
terlor Into a bower of l--auty. To nncIioMer of the tck. uow TIIiat
tanding In the twilcony the cne rt-lOIti: the trrkhldcr are bcrrhr
m. mm . . m mm
SentCfl ItSell WJin IUU mirr, Itsf.llfll n at .t,,- r.fv,,,-
featherv kahili nlde,! and flallerrj. I rrnnrr inrJr cniflcatw Of
Over their varlou color the electric :ork. t!uly rndor!. to the Trrunirrr
llcht threw a bright glare. Hut thof ald i:a Plantation fomrnn In
ccnier oi ne rMu.ne lonlcr that ufh cithacce Into frOCKI
altar wa ir.e renter oi no- . . .
Thrrr i,w.n an IncllnM lderrharir may X ma4jc
cleamed the white mket mntalolngl In the ahM-nr- of intrul Jon, thc
the remain of the dead alii. Atote I Treasurer will iue hyt one cm I flea to
It. with Mow and stately movrrnr.t fMr h fll anounl of 1 hartai
.V.ho han.u f the faithful retainer. VuA ftU cettlCcate for the full amotrat
Hack of them the large round kahl!:,f hare to which each totk
tor.tn.tl with tartllr.ir cleamen., Sink I bolder If rntltht It must le borne
Inc again Into shadow the light faint-1 In mind that thwe will ! due on rjkth
ly dl5clohe.l the lenche of the rela-lnw hare UmiI irvitetlng the lo-tlvr-
of the dead chlefe a they keptcrea4- of Mock o:eI a charge for
rt.nt.int atter.dance thnuch the night rernue Mamfi a ft-julred hy Uw.
watrl.e Still futtiur along th? Xitlce I funher given, that la all
rLrro of the Mutator wandefe! an.lra whefe uch ne- ue and allot-
the gaze wa lt.-t In a garden of lovc-lraent will Intolve fraction of harr
line. Altir. rhanrel rail, platrorm. lice perxm mno may ien.e entitled
P.:lp!t. organ loft, all were hidden Ito uch fraction mun within Ihlrtr
tinder 'garland defily woven by artUt-lly make urh arrancement either by
ic hand. The floral piece w-cre many pale, nr purrhase tif other fraction.
-ird lieaiitlfitl. At different point I ill obviate the Mue of frartJonal
ctitild hern Iar and harp. cro.re Uhare. whereof notice must le tfm
anil crown, lyre, broken pillar,
wreath. Maiden hair and swinging
(askct of fern hung from all avail
able place. Pour stately arc he llfte!
thcms'lvc 'P in royal manner, place,!
two each on the right and left of the
square. Thce were draped with myl
purple and gold. Credit for the dee
oration re: with Mr. S. C Allen.
Mr. Ward. Mr. Ito!ertJon. Mr. lar
ger. Mr. Pierre Jone and an aM'?
corps of young lady assistant.
Iletween the hour of and lo the
tone of the native ulnger iw and
fell a they nang the M range. ad song
of mourning. Mingling with the har
mony of the music we!bM out the
walling of the old native a they ex
tolled the virtue of the dead alii and
liewalletl her Io.
The fcene were rr2eatcI Saturday
night. The dy wa in Mate all of
Saturday nr.d thre were thousand of
i-....un, wiMv... wt ;; Consul and Mrs. Haywood. H. It. M.
she was he same calm, dignified. un-:CommbHioncr Uoan. aR(, tlMsh
complaining woman, loved and ad- MlnUlrr anl Mrl Mott-Smlth. Attor
mired everywhere an. now unit "ally. General and Mrs. Cooper. Chief
mourned. It can well be said of Ka-,.. i,,,! ,Vtrv t.,.ir-.. cf
mm mm mm -
- 1 I t .1 . m
pioiani. a a once saio i.j .1.. -yovr-, , Ju(Ij;o n irt nr ,j w,f Marshal
ir-in if Ifpr Mnfestv Oneen irtnrla.l.. ... . . .... .
r , :: nrown ar.u iMputy .iarsaai nitchcr.
that she was a queenly woman as well
Commander Merry. Col. Mil!. Capi
as a womanly oueen. Hefore Prince Ci,l .i
David Kalakaua was elected to the.
throne his gentle and amiable wife J IHtOCOHT Tf) KAWAIAIIAO.
was known frcm Hawaii to Niihau a The kahilis for the manifestation of
one combining within herself and mourning over the body of the dad
spreading about nearly all the noble alll of Hawaii l.egan waving again in
traits of a truly admirable character. Old Kawalahao church, that enerable
She was ever kind, ever thoughtful of Mructure so dear tr r.atle anl fjr
the feelings and well being of others. Vigncrs alike, e arly or. the morning of
As her mind was always active dls- jThursday. the C'.'th. The royal kahil'a
posing for the good of the people and drooped aloft. Tears were hed. Th
the advancement of the Interests oftlittle talk there was at tlrrt wa In
her relatives and friends, so were hcr softest whispers. The clrtrch. blow
hands ever willingly employed in the 'and In the gallery, wa filled, for th?
same direction, and so was her purse most part with native Hawaiian. Th
ever generously open to meet th? chief mourners sat on either ldc of :u
needs of the worthy. Her moral plane bier of the late Queen Ifcmaser. IV -was
a high and exalted and compre- pie went to and fro. hut the faithf il
hensive level, and her constant aim intimate friend and r tainrs w r
was to have exemplified in the orders constant In thir attend ir.ee.
of the days and the comings and go-' The remains of th late Queen
ings of all people of the nation th- Dowager Kapiolanl reached Kuwala-
nntional motto. She practical and en- hao church from Pual-llanl. th Ual-
Th la'.e Queen Dowager wa namd
for the alii who I known a the
breaker of tabu a iin; women, and
wh'f" invashin of the domain of pel
I :hu l!cribei in Alexander hl
tory. "KaprOini. Iaugh!-r of tho grn
rh'.f. Keawe-ma ihlll. off !li!. wa
or." of the r.olde: rhr3ir-r of l.r
time. Hr hu.-band. Naihe. r-i!ld :h
national or a Tor. was the on of Ke.iw-.-hetiiu.
tif K.ua:;4. IiTe :h y gen
erally r ;!-!.
"Thoigh a: cne time lafp-rav-and
diol r.e. Kapiolanl lair.e a:,
example to h r ovir.'.ry womn t.f vir
tue and refinement, and er!l-l :hm
all in th reading with whih she
adprl civiliie.! ha!l".s and a'.:
"In lK-i!r. ls:i. he d-:rmln!
to brak the j.p.l of th- telf in Peje.
the dread gfI !e of the volcano. In
ipi:e of the .:rrn:oi op;-t;tlon of
hr friend, an 1 even of t.-r hi!nn 1.
she nade a Jumey of a!oi: 1! mile.
m't:ly n fvt. from Kealakekua to
Hi:. vi::ir.f the great rri'.T of Kih
or. hT way. In orlr d fy :h
wrath of Pcle and to prove that n-i
the o!car.i. shv
coarageu cnrtstian worsaip ami ob
servances, and her charity was botmd
less and sensible. She was one of
thoso rarest of women, who endeared
herself to all other women. She de
served this, for she felt that the wo
men of the land could not have to
KIK1 Home, a Kttie e;ire
the morning. The start had l-
made soon after midnight. A !;eare
drawn by fotir l ick hor w.n
used. There were x n lars:e kahili and
a jrore of smaller one. The rcen
r.'archlng numbered half a hundred.
In; met the prle:v 0f lv?e. wh irnM
much done for them. Her mind evolv- . There were carriage for ladie
h-r n-. : go near :h era: r. ar.d pre
l h-r tleath If she viola:-! th
!err.ar.de.i Kap:o,ar.l. 'One n whom
the c ! 1 - dwei.. he re;..je.j. in
anwr i a pre'.n l-d letvr c,f ivi'.
i ne Kip; .ir.i quotf-l parage
cd and her largess made possible the. torches smoked and gave dull Hir.-.M ::;:. setting forth the character
Kapiolanl Maternity Home, one of the! ar.d Ple light. ! and p-vacr f the ;n:e f;-l. ttr.tll the
most useful institutions of the Island. ! On the stops ofthe church Company
As the consort of the late King Ka-j G. of the National G-.tard wa drawn
lakaua. Kapiolanl was continuous! j up in tw lin's In command' of Cap:,
happy and agreeable. She was a shin-J Charles Wilcox. The clergy : receive
ing light of the court and a mo-it har-lthe cortege Induded Hv. V. H. Kit
monious. honest and well balanced po-j cat. a.-s!str-l by Ilv. J. ". Lane and
litical factor. There were compllca-J Mr. Titz. Six pall bearers brought the
tions and intrigues incidental to the' coffin up the stairway an ! a, in? the
pric.fr 4 wa silence j and
tht Ke Akua. the dlty. m ! J. ft hr
Kaptcdanl thn went firward the
Mr. Covirirh. wha had
e rater, whre she wa mih
ti fa !
fr i 11:1 t me: her.
r.avtr.g f.en tor :x month without
sho.-. was unable to come.' On the
the Treaurer. or uch fraction of
share will te dd at public auction
and le procer! divide among thoao.
!mme!iate compliance with t&ls
notice to surrender proent certificate,
and receltr In exchange therefor new
and re.l.iue! certificate. U very Im-
peirtant and neceikary in order to
avoid trouble In connection with the
future distribution of dividend. In
sending the tock through mail ptaam
have It registered. IWUcry cf certif-
l cat en nn the new- basis can !e made
within three day after receljt of th
Date,! Honolulu. II. I.. July 2nd.
WILLIAM A. llQWIStf.
-m Treasurer la Plantation.
ARC YOU LOOKING VX
Stocks or Bonds,
Investments or Loans.
Offices or Fire Insurance,
Safe Deposit Boxes or,
A COMPANY Uespinsible.
It liable and Acveitde. to act
. TitrsTi:i:. i:xi:citoil
ADMIXLSTHATOIt e,r GCAU
DIAX? If so, rail on
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CUB FACIUTILS FOB fUClSG
At reasonable price?.. ar. unexcelled.
Drop t: a c.-i?! an ! o-jr representa
tive will cj:ll ca ja
THE HAWAIIAN IRON FENCE
AND MONUMENTAL CO.
P. O. Dot- CZZ. CI! King Street.
Tc! phone Zs2.