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THE PACIFIC COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER, HONOLULU, AUGUST 26, 1903.
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All Territorial By Authority Notices.
Session Laws of 1903.
Probate and Other Court Notices.
Foreclosure of Mortgage Notices.
Partnerships, Notice to Creditors, Etc.
Real Estate Transactions and Deeds Filed.
List of Attorneys and Notaries.
Sugar Stocks and Quotations.
Commercial Matters of General Interest.
Removal of Royal
J. O. Domlnis Da. Rooke
Kaiminaauao Kamaikui Rooke
Plikoi : Keoni Ana
Kamehameha .'Jane L. Kaeo
Keohokalole Peter T. Kaeo
Emptr square box. R. C. Wyllie
Kamehameha'a casket contains what
Kalakaua decided were the bones of
the great conqueror and first king- of
Liliuokalani and Other
Retainers of Two Dynasties Olio
lied Extensive Repairs to
. Last Home of Aliis.
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Amidst the heavy showers of rain on
ilonday night a . weird performance
Tas enacted at the Royal Mausoleum
up Nuuanu avenue. It consisted of the
removal of all the bodies from that
place of sepulture of royaltv to a
temporary building erected a few yards
therefrom. The occasion was the e:
tensive repairs to the mausoleum for
which the Legislature of this year ap
There was a corollary of ancient Ha
waiian ceremony. Part of this vas tie
use of torches outside the buildings to
light the work, although there was
electric lighting of the interiors. Be
yond the range of the torchlight the
near landscape was dark to Intensity.
What with the electric gleam through
the narrow windows and the glare of
torches without, not to mention sombre
and silent guards at the gate of tle
enclosure, any unsophisticated way
farer must have been strangely im
pressed. Queen Liliuokalani was pres
ent to watch the moving of the re
mains of her kindred. So were Prince
and Princess Kalanianaole and former
Governor A. S. Cleghorn, the Queer 's
brother-in-law. Curtis P. Iaukea
had general charge of 01 orations by
the Queen's wljhes, wL'le John F. Col
bun, who made the arrangements with
the Superintendent of Public "Works,
acted as clerk. Miss Lucy K. Peabody
watched the proceedings as represen
tative of the Queen Emma branch of
royalty. Others present were Janrs
H. Boyd, Mr. and Mrs. Henrlques, Mor
ris K. Keohokalole, D. Kalauokalani,
E. K. Lllikalani and Edmund Stiles,
together with Fritz Wilhelm and Thos.
R. Lucas, contractors.
There were also bands of retainer
of the different royal lines, who chant
ed oliolis appropriate to the obsequies
It is stated as a strange fact, in
keeping with native traditions of ele
mental sympathy with popular grief
over departed high chiefs, that the
rain changed from the prevailing driz
zle to torrents while, and only while,
the coffins of King Kalakaua and Prin
cess Kaiulani wre being carried from
one building into another.
To facilitate the transference of the
coffins a platform had been built from
the mausoleum to the temporary struc
ture upon which a car was wheeled
back and forth.
Following Is a copy of a plan made
by Mr. Colburn of the disposition of
the caskets and other receptacles, with
the names of those whose remains are
contained In the caskets, in the tem
porary building which is situated at
the Waikikl side of the mausoleum:
Xamakeha and the names below to
that of Wyllie, who was the first min
teter of foreign affairs of Hawaii, rep
resent Queen Emma's family, her own
remains being enclosed in a tomb outi
side the mausoleum.
Ktonl Ana stands for John Tounjr,
the Englishman and first premier of
Kekaulike was the mother of Prince
Kawananakoa and the Delegate to Con
gress, Prince Kalanianaole; Keliiaho-
nul was their brother, and Poomaika
lani their aunt.
Xamakeha was the first husband of
Queen Kapiolani. consort of Kalakaua.
Leleiohoku was a brother and Ka
iminaauao a sister of Liliuokalani. both
of whom died before her sister Likelike
and brother Kalakaua.
The Government has considerately
left the approval of plans for the In
side renovation of the mausoleum to
the members of the royal family. Both
Architect Traphagen and Contractor
Wilhelm will consult with them.
A hard finish plaster will be used on
the Inside of the walls, which with ap
propriate treatment of the coral blocks
will keep out worms and insects. These
parasites have made great havoc with
the Interior woodwork of the mauso
leum and it was only a question of time
when. If not excluded, they would "at
tack the costly woods of the coffins.
The floors will be renewed with tiles
and the steps reconstructed of marble.
Outside the walls will be replastered
and the roof retiled. Everything will
be absolutely on sanitary lines.
High Sheriff Brown has detailed two
policemen to watch the temporary
mausoleum day and night.
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As a striking lesson in simplicity
and . to show the mechanism of The
Douglas supply tank, E. R. Bath has
just installed an expensive and beau
tifully constructed glass display tank
in his 6hop window.
The sides and front are of glass and
permit a full view of the lever, valve,
float and mechanical construction of
the "Royal" tank.
It will be especially noticed that the
simple contrivance that regulates the
supply and flush, Is almost impossible
of getting out of order.
The Inspection of the public Is re
The tank Is displayed at Bath's shop,
163 King street.
COLD KILLS THE GERM.
.. ... Chest of palls
Lieut. Perry Says There Are No Bald
Heads in the Arctic Region.
The people who come back from
Klondike testify to the fact that no
native bald heads are there. The evi
dence is that the cold climate kills the
g-erms that eat the hair off at the root.
Lieut. Perry, who went to the Arctic
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Newbro's Herpicide has the same ef
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Mme. Calve is singing brilliantly as
ever at Covent Garden. Just now, but
probably gets less enjoyment from her
art than anyone else. Indeed, she has '
seriously thought more than once of .
leaving the stage. "Whien I am at .
work." she says. "I don't live. I want
to have plenty of exercise, to see all ,
the museums and picture galleries, and '
to enjoy myself, and all these things J
are impossible if I am to sing and act (
well. It is a life of constant sacrifice
and I am tired of it." Not unlike Sarah
Bernhardt, who is always accompanied,
by her coffin. Calve has had her
sepulcher prepared and her tombstone
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80L.CIES VOTB IN 1864.
George F. Elliott, who was a "guest"
of the Andersonville, Charleston and
Florence prisons for 320 days, says
that In the Florence pen 10,000 votes
were cast for Lincoln and McClellan
for th residency. 7.000 for Lincoln and
3,000 for McClellan. The ballots were j terrible beating.
black beans for Lincoln and white ones
for -IcClellan. "I heard the command
ant of the prison eay, after the result
of the vote was announced, that he
wished he could call out all who voted
black and blow them Into eternity. His
name, I think, was Harrison. One of
the inmates of the pen met him some
years after the war and gave him a
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Like the giants of old, you can be in your
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