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THE PACIFIC COMMERCIAL! ADVERTISER. HONOLULU, MARCH 17 1902.
Chas. F. Herrick Carriage Company, Ltd.
C. F. HERRICK,
PAUL R. ISENBEnG.
We can Supply you with ail Kinds
Suitable For Hny Business Need.
The wagons are Gnaranteed as to quality, and price?, vs believe, are con
siderably below those usually quoted for the grade of wotk ue baudle. We
have Buggies, Suneys, .Runabouts and Farm Wagons, too all high in
quality and low in price. You should cot miss seeing them.
John S Andrade
Livery and Boarding Stables
EDWARD AACFARLANE LAID
AWAY IN NUUANU VALLEY
..Hi 1 - . J ,11 1 ipi , 1 i 1 . JU
On Iron Beadsteds
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f THE LATE E. C. MACFARLANE
ADEN with flowers and covered .' was an accompaniment of sobs. The
with a black pall, the casket beautiful music was sung in a manner
w hich lnuic-iiieu iiiui iiic wiuiai s jirti.ii.
I was full of sympathy. The
"was. Was one of the most impressive render
containing me munai mnui , .. fll nf -vmnathv. The solution
of Edward Creamor
borne yesterday afternoon from the
Catholic cathedral to the last resting
place in the Nuuanu cemetery. Hun
dreds of the friends whom "Ned" held
in his lifetime were present during the
last sad moments In the church and at
As early as 8 o'clock in the morning
the services over the remains began.
In the chapel of St. Augustine at Wai
klki, where the mother, widow and rel
atives gathered to worship, there was a
touching reminder when the choir sang
"Nearer, My God, to Thee." The hymn
was a favorite with Edward Macfar
lane, and the services were the more
impressive with the rendition of the
solemn and plaintive air. At 2 o'clock
ed during the service. At its conclu
sion Bishop Gulstan spoke a few words
of consolation to the widow, mother
and brothers of the deceased. He paid
that man proposes but God disposes.
He praised Edward Macfarlane, and
told a simple story f his departure
from the homo of his mother on the
journey wh.ch ended In his death, of
the grief of the widow and the sorrow
that had come to his aged mother and
devoted brothers. Man. proposes to
make a long and happy life, but God
often disposed otherwise. Few could
tell the depth of the sorrow of the de
ceased's widow and relatives, and the
world could not console the young
wife and aged mother; no tongue could
counsel them in their grief; there was
only One in whom they could find con-
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the Right Reverend Rupert Gulstan. solation. and that was God. He asked
Bishop of Panopolis, accompanied by J au tQ pray for the consolation of those
Father Sylvester, came to the residence
of Mother Macfarlane, where the body
has lain since it reached Honolulu. The
made sorrowful by the death,
When the casket was conveyed to the
hearse the Hawaiian Band, which was
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service of the Roman Catholic church I stationed opposite the 'main entrance
was said, wherein the remains were to the cathedral, played "Nearer. My
spiritually prepared for their reception God. to Thee." continuing it until-the
at the foot of the cross In the cathe- j iaBt carriage had left the church door,
dral. Then came the sad Journey when The regular burial service of the church
the body for the last time left the resl-! was Sald at the grave by Bishop Gul-
dence where Edward Macfarlane had
enjoyed the greater part of his life.
Meanwhile in the cathedral the altar
rail and the space Immediately before
the chancel had been transformed by
loving hands into a parterre of flowers.
Exquisite clusters of roses and lilies.
wreaths of immortelles, violets and
DAIRIES, CALENDARS AND
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MEMORIES OF THE DEAD.
A Friend's Estimate of the Late EH O
EDWARD CREAMOR MACFARLANE. I
rcses. leis of maile, carnations, roses, n i hard for the business community
violets and Hima were arranged about to comprehend that the enerjjt tic, pro-
the space reserved ror the casket ana gressive -uwara . Aiacianane r.ag mtn
Placed on the multi-branched can-1 removed from Honolulu's rtRister of ac-
delabra which stood on either side ofl1' ,rncn , , Al . ,
ii is etui naruer lor me nosi oi jtr-
; Hawaiian Annual
the chancel steps. A beautiful floral
pillow made of lilies laid upon tue
steps. Heaped about the shrines, how
ever, were myriads of island blossoms.
ponal fr'ends to realize that the genial.
witty, companionable "Ned," who so re
cently left them, full of bright hopo and
plans for the future, has vanished out
thfir fr;iirr.inrf and that frnm tho cpn-lnf thir livp.
sers fllline the church. The pulolt was No one dramej when he left us a few
draped in a heavy pall of black, over short weeks ago. to wed the girl that he
which was a cluster or blood red bou- lovetI' "u . , 3 Bl' " "
gainvillla blossoms. domestic happiness would continue on
As the funeral cortege approached) T!t ih'i:iit io,i finti.r ig hnn -h.
the cathedral the bell in the steeple! ten and the book Is closed, and those
was tolled. The organ pealed forth 1 who respected and those who loved him
sonorously with the prelude to De Pro-! will. unt:l tho time com.es when their
fundis. as the ushers, J. O. Carter Jr.. I records shall be made up, know him
W. Porter Boyd. George S. Smithies , ml-v' s a memor"- "Is memory, how-
and E. A. Mclnerny. proceeded slowly i frr. !s "ue. w"1 " 7" ... ,
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aisle, followed by the bishop and', n, rapful of n.
Father Sylvester. Behind them came waiian hotel remain as a monument to
a squad of eight Hawaiian foot police J his business enterprise and energy. His
carrying the casket, which was deposit-' plans for future development were along
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1063 Fort Street.
ed upon the trestles at the foot of the broad lines, and it will be a distinct loss
altar steps. At the foot of the casket , to the community if they are not car-
a cluster of lilies was x,aca. Follow. ! rled out.
ng the casket were Mrs. Edward Mac
farlane. leaning upon the arm of Henry
Macfarlane. Col. George Macfarlane,
Frederick Macfarlane, Clarence Macfar
lane and other relatives. Behind them
came the pallbearers. Prince David Ka-
wananakoa. J. O. Carter, Frederick
Wundenberg. Hon. A. S. Cleghorn, E.
Tenney. F. M. Hatch and Senhor A.
de Souza Canavarro. All occupied spe-
lal pews and chairs near the casket.
the nave and galleries of the church
He took an active interest in all pub
lic questions and had the courage of his
convictions. During the lonsr struggle
leading to the annexatiorw of Hawaii, he
consistently and earnestly gave time,
money and the best that was In him, in
support of a Constitutional Monarchy
and the Independence of Hawaii. While
disapproving of much that was done un
der the Monarchy, he believed that a
state of independence was best for the
People of Hawaii, and the cause which
he believed in knew no truer or more
disinterested friend and supporter, is
bing filled with the personal friends a private citizen, as a. member of the
t the deceased and family. Legislature. Minister of the Crown, and
t ; unotnolal representative
Bishop Gulstan was assisted to a seal
within the gate of the altar rail. The
hoir sang De Trofundi. followed di
rectly by the be-iutiful Miserere, during
the rendition of which the members of
he family were overcome bv their
fnt-up frn'. f. The service for the d-?al
a as said nv the ;ihrn. who nl.c.i
prinklvd holy water upon the casket.
nJ s-n tin? the cenw-r around it. In the
"Vj'irtinc: son?., the soio part was siin,r
As the full, rich
the cathedral there
l y Father Valentine.
f the priest's
to every part
of the Queen at
Washington in and lC. But although
differences were sharply defined and in
1 the conflict of political systems hard
blows were given and received, there
was nothing paid or done that left
nny permanent VHtt-rni ss. it can be
truthfully s.-rM that outsi.Ie of hi.-s own
immediate family there are non who
mourn bi-4 loss and who appreciate bis
jroo.l qualities more sincerely th;in m?ny
who. for years, were bis active p-liik-al
tier- s to tr;e memory of a l.-.vlnir
a warm friend: an honest mar,: a
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