King Kalakaua's Tour Round the World: A Sketch of Incidents of Travel

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P.C. Advertiser Company, 1881 - Hawaiians - 76 pages
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Page 73 - Grand Cross of the Order of St. Michael and St* George. AT BRUSSELS. His Majesty was received and feted by Count de
Page 70 - the Princess Louise (Marchioness of Lome), the Duke of Cambridge, Princess Mary Adelaide (Duchess of Teck) and the Duke of Teck. The list of the other invited guests, comprising the entire diplomatic body and their ladies, all prominent members of the aristocracy, the army, the navy, bar, church, etc., filled four columns of small print
Page 13 - At midnight and afterwards a band of Hawaiian chorus singers made the calm, clear moonlight vocal with tender and touching chant. Some of these choruses have a very sweet and plaintive melody; and during this lovely midnight hour, the soft summer air of the walks and umbrageous foliage of lolani Palace, was tremulous with the
Page 22 - the wall at the foot of the table, facing the Consul General, who presided, were festooned the American, Chinese and Hawaiian flags. Around the regal board were gathered the King, the Consul, the principal members of the Consulate, the traveling companions of the King, and such of our citizens as were invited. On the
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Page 65 - At four o'clock in the afternoon of the 28th, the arrival of a troop of cavalry announced the approach of His Siamese Majesty to return the visit of King Kalakaua. He came in a carriage, which to the eyes of his guests appeared to be all of gold, drawn by four horses. His
Page 38 - two wings of about the same length. The Imperial walls are black, and black and gold in glossy enamel appear everywhere, as the expression of Japanese Imperial taste. The walls of the palace chambers are not papered, but draped or tapestried with exquisite patterns of muslin and silk. Superb ebony and gold wardrobes
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Page 54 - the 25th March and were takee thence by tug to the city, and were escorted by Mr. Jansen to the Astor Hotel. After a rest on the following day, His Majesty was waited upon by the Taotai, or chief magistrate of the city, and other Chinese dignitaries, and foreign representatives The party took rides on the
Page 40 - Orders from the other Islands will at all times receive my prompt and careful attention. Special attention given to Naval Stores of every Description, both Cabin and otherwise. All description of Horse and Cattle Feed constantly on hand. Goods carefully packed for shipment and warranted. Goods carried free of charge to all parts of the City.

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