Maunaala, 1899.

ROYAL MAUSOLEUM

(THIS IMPOSING STRUCTURE STANDS ON AN ELEVATION PROMINENT IN THAT PORTION OF NUUANU CEMETERY ON THE WAIKIKI SIDE OF THE AVENUE. WITHIN WILL BE DEPOSITED THE REMAINS OF PRINCESS KAIULANI.)

WITHIN THE TOMB.

(This paper, February 16, 1891.)

On a beautiful lawn at the entrance of Nuuanu valley, overlooking this city, the harbor and ocean beyond, stands the Royal Mausoleum, erected by the Hawaiian Government, as the resting place of the remains of the Royal Family of Hawaii and a few of their greatest benefactors. It is built in the Gothic style of architecture, of concrete stone, with the lawn handsomely laid out with walks and studded with trees, the whole presenting from the avenue an attractive appearance. Continue reading