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SUNDAY BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. II.. SUNDAY, MAY 4. 1002.
When George Had
But Little To Say
A young man took Ills best girl to
church, and. when the time for "col
lection" cntne round, rather ostenta
tiously dlsplajcd n five dollar gold
piece. Presuming upon the engage
ment to marry that had been made by
htr. ttio joung lady placed a restrain
ing hand upon the nrm of her fiance.
"Why, don't bo so extravagant,
George," she exclaimed.
"Oh, that's nothing," ho replied, '1
mwnjs glu Jo when I go to a strango
Just then the deacon came with the
plt.to, nml (leorge dropped a coin. Hv
crlhlng seemed favorable, "and the,
Jt.ung man beamed
with a sonso of
Then the minister made '
tie announcements for tho week, nnd 1
concluded with tho wholly unexpected
announcement of the day's collection,
"Tho collection today," said he,
"was $3 75."
George hadn't much to say nil tho
wuy to his fiancee's home.
Had Better Luck
Than He Had Brains
Kx Gov Vpham of Wisconsin tells
a good story 011 himself
"I was once Interested In two lum
her deals," he said '1 had offered a
Mlunbto piece of property at $(10 000
nnd at tho same tlmo I was trjlng to
buy a tract of plno trees. Whllo the
iltals were pending I ran across a
gpsy fortune teller In the woods and I
1 asked her to tell my fortune. "Charle" Sonnenberg camo
"You will be very lucky In yourtiall to America with a dollar.
tlenls," she eahl.
" That's good,' I remarked.
" 'Yes.' continued tho fortune toller
'your luck will beat jour brains.
Gov Uphnm sas tint tho w jtnaii
spoke the truth. A few dajs later the
Fjndlcnte which, held the option ol
$t'0,000 upon the property he hnd of
Xcred nt that price decided not to ne
cept It and It was not long before ho '
was able to sell the land for almost
double the amount.
Reopeuiag Johannesburg Mines
A letter from an American In Jo-,
hur.nesburg sajs that n largo number
of residents are returning every week;
everybody Is too busy to think about
I ho war, and all are sanguine that In
lx months from the present tlmo tho
mining Industry will bo on ns largo u
bcalo as It was when the mines wcro
closed over two years ago Tho
town wns never so busy ns It Is today.
Ii these sanguine expectations nro
uallzed GOuO stamps will ba at work
before tho end of the year and If they
turn out gold as fast as before tho
var they will bo producing nt the rato
of ovTr $80 000 000 a jenr.
PROBLEMS FOR THE
All communications to this column to bo addressed to Chess Editor, Sun
day Ilullctln, P. O. Box 718, Honolulu. Contributions and solutions of prob
lems should reach the editor beforo Thursday noon ot each week.
To Correspondents: Wo regret that Problem No. 43 can bo solved by
Kt x P (Kt 5) as well as by Kt B 8 (tho author's Intention). Both solu
tions received from Y. Weed; 1. Kt B 8 from I Schmidt, H. T. Moore, 1.
Kt x P from C. M. White.
PROBLEM NO, 47,
By A. F. McKBNZIB, JAMAICA. "Flrst-prlzc" NorvvooJ
HI Fj&M. HH fil t$
WHITE MATES IN TWO MOVES.
PLAYED IN CABLE MATCH, UNIT
ED STATES VS. GREAT BRITAIN.
Queen's Pawn Opening.
Notes From the Field.
Mr. E. IK'lmar,
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Got Wealth and Power In South Africa
JJ trj tu 4 T4 an tt-j s-4 n 9-4 lrj trj n-4
lly the death of Cecil Uhodes Is re
called the story of another South Afrt
can career contemporaneous with ills
own and In many wns equally re
markable The mnrellous rise to
wealth and power of Charles Sonnen
berg, of the United States and South
Africa, Is unfamiliar to the general
Tho story Is told upon the distill
guisheil authority of General Daniel
ll Sickles 11 Is the story ot a poor
.German Immigrant boy who landed
penniless In New York, served In the '
Civil War under General Sickles' com 1
ft ml nml later, drifting to South Af-
rlcn, began an Interesting career, to
day he Is a member of Parliament, a
r-iiltl millionaire, the owner of nn es
ttto of one million acres and a promt
nent figure ln South African affairs.
Told by General Sickles.
My friend Charles Sonnenberg hns
had a career, to m mind, much strnn
ger than most fiction Ho was one of
m "liens' nnd sered With honor tin
iler m command I necr knew him
ur.tll he presented himself to me, hero
m New York, sonic three jenrs ago.
He aceostcd mo with n military sa
lute and, with the license of an otd
tomiade, asked my assistance In find-1
mg nn old friend It appears n soldier
had once befriended him nnd Sonnen-'
birg had tome all the waj from
iM'tilh Afilca bent, at whatecr cost, '
on finding nnd sharing his wealth with.
n'i old (omrndo ln arms
varied experiences, he went to South
Afrlta nnd returned a mcmucr nt l'nr-
In incut, a contemporary, of Cecil
lihodet seternl times 11 mllllnnnlro
nnd still comparatively n joung mnn
1 appreclnte tin dramatic Interest
of this man's career one must know
k irom the beginning Sonnenbiirg
landed In "ew York without knowing
i word of English and with about n
i' llar in German money He was
,'ist sIMren jenrs old Like many
Tho people on tne Rand, however,
feel perfectly certain that there Is to
be an enormoup Increase In the Indus
tij. They sa.y thero is not n particle
of doubt from what Is known of the
mineral resources and tho present
plans for development that within
Tve jtars there will bo Ii.OOO stamps
in operation This would bo nearly
three times ns many stamps ns have
ever been worked on tho Rand.
This estimate of future growth may
be extravagant, but It shows at least
he confidence of the people In tho fu
ture of tho Rand whoso fallen fortunes
they aro now working with tho utmost
energy to restoro
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closing the diagonal.
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m tm tsl sti tr 4 an tn ra w w w tra
thousands of others, he stepped out of 1
old Castle Garden without n friend In
tlic .NOW Vtoriu nnu sinrtcu iu wuik
There was the old disappointment.
1 litre was no gold or silver In the
street to pick up. as lie had been led
to suimose. Tiding vorj much dis
ceurnged. oven desperate, he walked it's lap. The old lady, ho tells me,
on and by some odu chance turned I nd never seen mi J such sum of rcon
t'own llarclay street. At the Ilrst cor- ,' Iu all her life. So ended his llrst
ler ho saw n groeer store, with n
German nimc nbove the door. It was
the first familiar object lie had Eccn,
nuu; no vrent In.
In Modest "Lumber" Business.
The storekeeper answered his Ger
man questions, greatly to his comlort.
He asked for work.
"Very well," said tho storekeeper;
"I'll start ou In the lumber buslncfs."
"Hut what do I k.iow about lumber?'
Tho storekeeper produced somo
boves of mntLbes, taught Sonnenberg
to say "Matches, one cent a box," In
Kngllsh his entire xocabulary nnd
started hlm out on tho street with the
ct utlon not to go further than the cor-
per of Drondway, or he might get Inst, ,
Well, he sold the matches, walking
nil afternoon about St Paul's Church,
r.nd returned with the proceeds. He
1 ad earned his supper and a night's
lodging A few das later he secured
Three cnrs Inter at the beginning
cf the CUII War, Sonnenberg found
himself in California with congenial
omplomcnt and n bank account. He
fotsook oterjthing tp Join the army. Now Sonnenberg knew little enough
There was no opportunity to enlist ln about diamonds, but he reasoned that
t nllftirnli so he came all the way to,.t Rhodes thought the mines worth
New York to enlist. He chanced to
W In one of my regiments, then le
milting on Stnten Island Ho sered
some three stars, I belletc. when he
vns Injured nnd cnrrled from tho
f. nt Lntei he was honorably ills
charged, being deemed unfit for fur-
"America has been erj kind to nic,"
fca ns fa i Rs M P-a r-a r f-e Pa fa m
Pa Pa to K Pa P n m Pa Pa Pa m Pa
One's health mny be seriously lm-
paired, one's life may even be thort-
t-red by permitting little mannerisms
lo glow into fixed habits. There nre
a score of such mannerisms which
ail IlKeiJ IU uu Ulie eciiuua iiijiuj.
Such npparentlj harmless practices
ai blinking the ejes rapidly, moisten-1
Ing tho lips with the tongue, picking
the teeth, sciatchlng one'B head, or
Lreathlng throagu the mouth when
can led to excess become very bad ctuple of nundred In n mlnuto In bad
habits. cctes Tho result of this is a big do
Take, for lnstnnce. the common jvclopmcnt ot the eyelid muscles. It
"trick" of moistening tho lips with tho iJf sides Involves counter Irritation,
tcngtie. If jou mnke n habit of fills which acts on the optic nerve, nnd
jtm will make jour dps drier nnd iei ders the sight daily more weak and
mler. and render the nerves of them Inllnble.
extremelj sensitive Eventually you onto contract this habit, and ou
will contract permanently cracked will find jou cannot bear a stiong
lips, widen besides being painful and liCht or read small tjpe, and the eyes
nnnojlng nr likely to produco can- v.lll get worse and worse. Tho euro
cer. U this disease be hereditary jou consists In keeping the ejes shut Tor
run n good chnneo of getting it. 'int least ten minutes every hour, nnd
Why nny man should blow his noso bnthlng tho lids In wnrm water,
when he does not want to Is a mys- ( n Is unwlso to breatho through jour
tery, but hundreds of people, espc- iiouth If jou do jou will let the low.
daily elderly ones, liavo the habit. It
Is- extremely bad for the nasal nerves
and membranes. If "iTiine constantly
when In health It will, 60oner or later,
HUSBAND CAUGHT AT HIS OWN DOOR'
His vvlfo tells it, but ho has said
nothing nbout it at his office or club
Tho scene Is laid In Vesl Soventj
n. mil street.
"I went over to Now Jersey to spend
a couple of days with my mother,'
snld tho wlfo. "It was tho morning ot
n recent downpour. My husband hnd
hlR brenkfast at the usual hour, my
u.nld najB. When 1 am homo I always
gn to tho door with my hubby to seo
hlm off. But tho morning of tho big
ir.ln ho had to leave without this usu
al attention. He woro his long rain
coat and carried an umbrella.
"As ho passed out of tho front doot
a gust of wind swept back tho tall of
hN coat, nnd tho door. In closing,
caught the terminus of tho garment. It
n'fo caught a fold of his umbrella lie
felt for his latch key. Then ho re
membered that ho had changed his
liouscrs and had faigot to chango tlio
contents of his pockets. Ho was about
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...Tho right course, Mr. Tren-1
chard, with excellent Judgment, be-,
gins tho attack whilst somo of
White's pieces are In useless posl
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ho has since told me, "and I consider-
td It my duty to fight lot her as long!
cs 1 was able."
Took First Hoard Home.
Ho went to his old' home In Ger
many ind poured a, thousand dollars
ii gold, all his savings, Into Ills moth
visit 10 America.
A llttlo later ho started out
'his fortune In South Africa,
so to speak n South African
niner." With his slender means lie
a small grocery biuiu.
soiuewiieio ln the country,
some months of this he found that tho
llocrs required too long credit bIx
nonths I think it was and his capi
tal was not sufficient. Ho went to
Capo Town nnd consulted tho whole
se'ers who supplied him with goods,
Hero n surprise awaited him. Ho was
well known nnd trusted. A jenr's
credit was offered to hlm If ho desired
It Ho pushed his business on n lnrg
About this time he was offered somo
diamond mines near his homo which
were supposed to be entirely worked
out and nlmot worthless. Ho bought
tlinn flr.allv for a mere song. 1 don t
rernll what the song wus, but It was
A few dns liter ho was approach-
11 by no less n personage than Cecil
Miotics, who offered ClO.ono for tho
mines which hnd cost n few bundled.
$snnou they were worth nt least tint
much to SonnenbTg. A little later
Rhodes doubled his first offer Son
nenberg still lensoned tlie same wny
mil r-fued. Later the bid was lalsed
t.i J.'OO.Odft In the end Sonntnberg
xolil out for $Monno nnd wns saga
1 Ions (Hough to take hail of the sum
111 stock Incidentally, the stock has
Pa p. Ps, r-s a P "j Pai P-a Po P4 P j P-a P-a
p - a "a fa P-a Pa Pa Pa pa Pa Pa P-a Pa na
pioduco chronic nasal catarrh.
" 011 n'"l Jourselt blinking jour
""I" tho"t En' V"'81-'- P
It nt once, -or It will grow Into nn In
clira))k, ,)nbu ,hnt , ma,(0 olir
t.ji.8ght fnl comparatively early In
Natural blinking is necessary to
ccar anj moisten tho eje. Tho over-.
aru number of natural blinks Is about'
fventy per minute. But a nervous
blinker will get In something llko n
,.r balf of jour lungs fall almost en-
t'lely Into disuse. Thej are not tilled
II jou breatho through jour mouth,
nnd tho lungs will bo weakened and
fmir feet from, tho electric button, and
hi Ing held a prisoner ho couldn't ring.
"He pounded on the dooi, but, of
eoiirue, my maid and the conk wero nt j
breakfast down below nnd didn't hear
htm pound. Ho kicked, but despite his
ability in that sort of gymnastics ho
ct uld mako no ono hear. Ho might
have removed his raincoat, but tho
wind wns driving sheets at hlm and
on hlm nnd ha didn't want to get a
soaking at his own door. Ho didn't
want to pull his raincoat too vigorous
ly for fear of tearing it. As tho down
pour was qulto heavy pedestrians wero
tiavelling on tho angelic schedule.
"After tho situation I have descilbed
1 ad been on for a bait hour a boy
tamo In sight and my hubby hailed
h'm and explained his dilemma. 'Push
the button," ho said to the boy, 'push
"Tho boy saw an opportunity to tnke
a flyer and asked my hubby what he
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ta t i ty trj itii Rii tu tci rj ty fc4 r y
since p-tld forty per cent a jear. 1
Sonnenberg no longer Kept a groc-
cry stoie. Ho bought a number of gilNt, nm noiC8 to 1'resldent McKin
diamond mines and nl present owns ,.i t yieo President llobart 'and
cno million acres of land In bouth Af-'
r:ca. And this estate Is well stocked
with cattle and ostriches.
Owns Mines and Ranches.
With his wealth hnve come several
lolltleal honors. Ho Is now a incni-
Iboi of the Cape Parliament and Is
to seek nMiro or lcBS Prmlncnt ln tIl lnlullc t,le floor ot Co"Erc8S- Vl
Ho was "l0 of l)ls ailoptol country. Ilut, ilobnrt Invited him to sil
,,. , ''ti.rugh n subJecLof the King, ho rony.nx did Speaker llecd. 1 1
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11c would on y mairy an American .
mnn ' marriage ya cuiinm-
'nnl.li, ilnlam.l ritt tlila nrmint.
And now tomes his rcmnrltnblc loy.
nUy to his old frlcndi As I said, ho Africa some military decorations. Ho
tmolled all the way from South Afrl-jvll9 delighted with tho suggestion,
en to find his old comrndc. When he nnj i,a,j nct,r un'own he was en
ntked me how to find hlm, I suggest- filed to them. He actually dclnjcd
cd the newspapers. He nsked mi j, return n week or so to get them.
how many newspapers there were In
America If the-re were n thousand.
"Oh, jci," 1 safd, "and many more."
"Well." snld he, "I'll advertise In a t(.0 thcnl ii t0 a Jeweller nnd had
thousand," nnd ho did so. them mounted most elaborately with
And these niUertlsemcnts continued diamonds. They would glo hlm
lnr some dnjs. I don't know what lt'KIcnt landing In South Africa, ho
tost hlm, but the figures must hno
Well, he located his man, away out
It was not enough
10 write to him. He wnnttd to cm
bitico him, ho told me, nnd to Binned
W'eut. Ho found his old comrade, liv
Ing comfoitnblv. I believe. At least,
lo was far from want. Hut Sonnen
uoig was no content to leavo hlm so. ger painted 0.1 It. Which brings mo
He settled enouFu money upon him, to Kiy that. thougTi a member of Par
I believe, to make him t Jmfortnble for ( liarrent, Sonnenbeig sjmpnthlzes with
1 1" and came back satisfied Tho man I the Hor cause. Ho has Bwom nllcgi
had no claim upon hlm whatevei cx-'n'co to the King, nnd Is nt present
iept that h- hud once befriended hlm 1 lorn between his lojulty to England,
vilen he Sonntnberit was frlenilless on one html, nnd to his constituents
Simiienbeig came to bid me good by en the othci When the war Is over
and confided In me that ho should like, ttlll gieater achievements doubtless
10 see Washington nnd the represent- nv.nlt hlm.
M Pa P r P-4 m P n Pa pa Pa pj 1
Shorten Life I
Pa p-a Pa P-a Pa Pa Pa Pa P Pa n Pa m 2
left nn easy prey to maladies ot tho
clest. The sjstem will besides bo
led by only about half tho oxjgcn It
requires Thousands ot people con
tract this dangerous hnbR, which
really Is n life shortcner.
If jou sleep with jour mouth rpen
jou will get about half tho benefit of
n night's rest. This Is frequently the
cause of "that tired feeling" on wak
Inc In the morning. If there bo any
epidemic Hotting about jou doublo
jour chances of catching It, nnd
l.iho jour chances of recovering, as
you weaken the lungs
Never pick the teeth. It will mako
a difference of jenrs In tho llfo of
jour teeth, and send jou to the den-
tist before jour time. The habit, even
nftcr meals, will sooner or later, stait
the enamel of the teeth nnd cnuso tie
eaj'. Some people contract n perpetu
al habit or picking the teeth when
they have nothing else to do. This
! will put a good, sound set of teeth on
the road to decay at least six or seven
, jenrs beforo they ought to go. You
! will loso j'our sleep, pay n dozen den
tist's bills nnd then wish jou had left
liinthpteks alone. Brush jour tcctli,
Instead, with a good powder nfter ev
ery meal. If possible.
would give An offer of ten cents was
s iirned. 'Make It a quarter,' said tho
1 oj-, and tho deal was made.
"When tho maid released my hubby
there was a flurry Ho upbraided her
for not heailng hU pounds nnd kicks.
Unused to any such reprimands from
hlm, slio went Into tears. Ho felt sor
rj nnd pitched her a half dollai. 'Not
a vord about this to jour mistress," ho
said, and she promised.
"The boy who saw and heard all told
my florist. The florist thought It was
a good Joke. Tho attention of my hus
band to my maid Is qulto noticeable,
Ot course I understand It. My nwi;)
hns made all sorts of excuses about
not going to confession.
"I nm Just .waiting until I want
Bcniethlng which my hubby will not bo
willing to give nnd then I shnll open
ip a short thapter of revelation to
l..ni that will keep hlm In my debt for
(hi co months "
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..All thlB Is of a high order tit
excellence. Tho whole gamo waB
plajcd by Mr. Trenchnrd with ex
cellent judgment nnd tho final at
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ti W tti tn j ni W Ey W tni fc ftj fi
allies of the Government for which
llU iia.i callantlv fought and bled. I
1.0 had gallantly fought and bled.
President McKlnley received him
coidlal'y and talkcu to him of war
times for several minutes. And tho
honor was fully appreciated. Then,
' member of the South African Par-
l'ament. he, was entitled to go upon
never met a
irnn mnrp enthusiastic cerlalnlv ncv.
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As he wns nbout to lcnc, I suggest
-d that he ought to enrry back to
jo secured three that of tho Grand
Army of tho Republic, that ot his
corps, nnd his regimental badge. Ho
explained to me.
When ho returned he sent mo a
nugli diamond from 0110 ot his mines.
The stone is ns large as tho end of
one's finger. My home Is also decor-
n'ed with a beautiful pair of antlers.
which were grown somewhere on tho
million odd acres of his estate.
One of his last gifts Is a lingo os-
ttil, .. . lt?l n .l..n nr ln..l tr-..
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Music at England's Coronation
London seems exclusively concerned
these dnjs with tho various aspects
cm' prospects ot the approaching cor
citation, and tho papers vlo with one
another In reminiscences and predic
tions. The January number of tho
".Musical Times" eontnlna an Intciest
mf account of tho music at tho coro
nation of Queen Victoria, which was
a.i Important feature of the long core-lui.iij-.
Only ono member of tho chop
tu sin v Ives to corroborate tho details
of tho "Couit Journal," and his report
is unique nnd convincing.
The whole dlicctlon of tho music
was in the hands of Sir Georgo Smart,
a fnct which was provocative of much
bitterness nnd dissension. Thomas
Attwood, senior of tho two composers
of Her Majesty's Chapel Royal, had
Leon nt work on nn nnthem for tho oc
cnslon, but died beforo completing It
file Queen thereupon nppolntcd Sir
J'nry Bishop, tho noted gleo writer
and composer of several operas.
Tho position wns, however, In tho
gift of the Bishop of London as Dean
of tho Chapel Royal, and ho engaged
Sir Oeorgo Smart In disregard of Her
injesty's expicssed desire.
The orchestra whoso members wcro
In red unlfoims numbered 117, and
the white clad chorus 288. It was
claimed at tho time that somo of theso
places wcro sold by tffo director to
fcpcctntois Ignorant of music, nnd tfio
tin-can shacks arc precious landmarks; not even our
fragrance uafteil upon the wiiiRS of the morning shall
cause our removal, although the hand of progress has
heen seen at a distance waving toward us up-to-date
improvements. The- -"ouglf cesspools main
tained by the po mpany, and a new
generation only ; to oust us, and
so we sail ir loth mud and
sluh, and jc
linn in otr
subscribe for the
Sunday - Bulletin
for one year, only
hkeU to he do
turn to France t
The microbes sin
In the Park watermcr tro.
at Waikiki have a gathering at which Chairman Drake
presides, upon which occasion he quacks like this: I
congratulate you, my darlings, upon your escape from
Evening Bulletin, 75c per month
"Of what do you think society Is
"Of satellites and parasites nnd peo
rlo with various appetites."
"Whnl's society like?'
"Well, It Is mostly llko a circus.
Thero nro dozens of different sets,
nml each set has a rage of Its own
rnd fancies Itself the star attraction.
i:ery once In a while they nil parado
together In tho social ring usually
for tho benefit of something. It may
Le n dcserlng charity or nn undo
stnlng hero. Then, oh! Tho Jack
asses brny louder than the lions rear.
Tho outsldo world pajs $5 or more a
head to peep Into the unknown of tho
stclal show and fool themselves Into
bcltcUng that they are In tho swim."
Viom "Tho Palacrers," n society
drama by Miss Norma Lesllo Mil nro.
Age of Coins Is
Told BTheir Ring
Tho cashier In the light lunch rafo
Jingled n silver half-dollar on the j
"I'll bet you a cup of coffee 1 can
tell ou the decado in which that piece
cf money was coined," ho snld to a
curtomer who was engaged with his
"You probnbly know the exact
date." replied tho customer.
"Take ono of jour own then," said
the cashier. "I can tell from tho ring
whether It wns coined In tho 90s. tho
SO, tho 70s or Iu whatever decade It
"eft tho mint. Try me and see."
Tho joung mnn pulled a half dollar
firm Ills pocket nnd throw It down on
thu counter. Tho cashier listened at
I "That was coined In. tho COs." n
Sure enough, tho coin boro the dito
of ISM. Several other persons In tlia
! enfe tried htm nnd In enca InManco
, L'p Judgment wns unerring,
j "It's nil In the ring," explained the
! cashier "I've gotten so I iinn't trnl 0
a mistake once lu fifty times," Phila
effect ccrtnlnly must have seemed
ragged had not thoo present been
tco engrossed with tho ceremony to
'notlco small discrepancies, for SI
j Georgo Insisted upon attempting thu
double duties of organist and conduct
oi inther than admit one of Iho other
oiganlsts to a share of the glorj'.
Tho Queen arrived at Westminster
Abbey n few moments before noon
and tho service lasted between three
and four hours. Tho order of the mu
sic included five anthems, tho first, by
Thomas Attwood, Tiavlng been corn
pot el forlfio coronation of Georgo IV.
After tho sermon, the Queen having
taken tho oath, tho hymn, "Come,
Holy Spirit," which has been used nt
every coronation slnco tnat of Rich
t:d II, was sung. This hjmn, ns well
as Handel's "Zadok tho Priest," writ
ten for Oeorgo II. nnd tho Hallelujah
Cinrus, will dotilitless bo repcnteJ nt
tho approaching solemnity; but a
special nnthem Is said to havo been
cr.mposed by Sir Frederick Bridge, ta
bo given nt tho point where Q teen
A'cxnndrn Is crowned.
Thero will be a "Tp Deuci," as usu
al, somo h j inns, processional march
i s, nnd, of course tho trumpet four
Ishes by the Stato Trumpeter and nil
assistants. Theso flourishes occur at
tho recognition, Just beforo tho rlay
Ing of "God Savo the King' nnd ,t tho
cm' of the Homage.
ors, the nios-
ry at least
ire dead we
i the mud
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pleasure of a
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occurred. lsC women wlin lmtlic
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