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Vol. XI. No. 2183.
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MAKE IT A POINT TO CHANGE YOUR ADVERTISEMENT EVER? WEEK-IT PAYS
HONOLULU, THK1UT011Y OF HAWAII, THUKMMY, .1UNR 2l IU02
FitiOK 5 OrNT.
The Coronation Service
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On Coronation of His
Edvy .rd VII-
AT RECEPTION TODAY
Band Was Present' n Grounds and
Played "God Save The King"
and Others Se
lections. At 11 o'clock this morning. the first
carriages stopped In front of tho rest-,
dence of British Consul W. It. Hoare
in King street and after this a steady
stream of peoplo poured In to pay their
lespecte on the occasion of the coro
nation of King Edward VII.
The Territorial band which was In
attendance on tho grounds, struck up
"Jd Saveftho King" and continucu to
i! patriotic airs at Intervals all
through the reception, which lasted
from 11a.m. till 1p.m.
The guests were received on tho
front lanal and ushered Into the parlor J
where their congratulations wero re
ceived by Mr. Hoare, on behalf of Ilia ,
Britannic Majesty. j
Upon leaving this room, the guests
grouped themselves on the broad lanal
which runs around tho house. Here
light refreshments were served and the
of the vi
Havo you seen tho proofs
of our assertion that wo take
Wo have them on exhibi
tion at our Btudlo. What wo
hae done for others wo can
do for you Como nnd see.
Rice & Perkins
Oregon Block, cor. Hotel and
Entrance on Union.
) $ -& 9
xlsltors entered their names uron a
register kept (or the occasion.
Among tho (list to arrle were Gov
ernor Dolo and his stalT, arrayed In
gnla uniform. Among tho others were:
Edw. Davis, Major Art. Corps, U. S. A,
Capt F. n. Walker and Mrs. Walker,
Princess E. A. Defrles. S. Ueardmore,
W. L. Stanley, Dr. LI Kwang Heng,
Itov. John Usborne, L. Tcnney Peck. T.
! Cllvo Davles. D. W. Anderson, Mlsi
Lizzie Dickson, Amy P. Hoc, Mlkl Salto
II. I Herbert, Capt. Williamson, Rev
A. C. Wilson. E. I'. Dole. Fred. Whit
ney, Lt. Col. J. B. Glrard, Dr. Hoffman,
Alatau Atkinson, W. E. Iloe, II. von
Holt, Howard Humphries, Wray Tay
lor, Ilev. Mr. Macintosh, Vlggo Jacob
sen and J. Arthur Lalng .
The preliminaries In tho Elks' ping
pong turnament is rrtildly drawing 'o
a closo and next week will bcc the win
ners paired oft for tho semi-finals.
Last night Henry Roth beat Louis
Horner In a three hotly contcstod
matches. This was the first tlmo so
far during the tournament that a "rub'
ber" was necessary.
When the tournament was first an.
nounccd, It was decided to hold ono
members' series and then to glvo an
open tournament. All that has been
changed and. following Immediately In
tbo wake of the present tournament
will come another for members only,
This has been done by agreement of
the members themselves, who feel
that, before they meet all comers, tt
Is only justice to themselves that more
practice should be obtained. The aim
will, of course, bo to keep tbo cham
pionship at home.
A correspondent from the Kan dis
trict who has lived there for upwards
of eighteen years or more, writing by
tho Mauna I.oa under data of Juno 21,
has the following to say about the Vol
cano: "Up In the direction of AInapo vhero
the regular annual drive of Knpapala
ranch Is going on, there has been rain
and fog every day for ten days past 1
guess we are going to haxe an eruption
up here about the Fourth of July. This
Is what Prof, Lyons says anyway.
"At any rate, during eighteen years'
residence at this place, we have never
had Buch weather during tho summer
months. It Is Just like the winter The
men up In the mountains ate having a
very hard tlmo driving cattle.
"We have had threo or four sever
shocks of earthquake within tho last
TWILIGHT IN MUD.
Yesterday afternoon nt about 3:30
o'clock tho schooner Twilight took a
clhe Into the muddy waters of the har
bor, Joining In so doing tho two other
kamaalnas of rotten row, tho Hawa
iian man-of-war Knlmlloa and tho Se
bastlan llach, both of which went dowu
Into the mud a long tlme,ago,
As the Twilight washing on tho reel
right next to the other two vessels, sho
would not Blnk veiy far nnd when the
wnter was nearly to her decks, 6U
Sunday Dulletln, $1.25 per year.
St. Andrew's Cathedral
Part of the august ceremonial In
Westminster Abbey was echoed In St.1
Andrews Cnthcuial this morning. r
, . , , , ,
proved to be n magnificent service by
nnd belore a splendid congregation.
Hie catliciUal was well filled, only
few thalis In tho Kar of tho chancel ,
The suiWcc consisted of the "Con-.
nation Offkc, adapted tor general uso; which his mother pointed out to
on the Coronation Day, Thuisdaj, iCJii'-cii F.mma of Hawaii as being the
June 20 1V02, at the beginning of thu I
prlntid form beliM this notu. "Tliv'sientmss of llrltnlu as a nation.
pracrs thioughout this offlic uiM I'xplanntlons wcro ghen by th"
those which will be used lu Wcstmln iprencner of the significance of tho tor
Bter Abbe with such alterations asionutlon ritual, and he enld that tho
Rre rendered necessary lor uso In thj 'homage 'of tho people was to the King
United States of Amctlca
The Itos. Canon Alex. Mackintosh,
Canon V 11. Kltiat, Canou Ault, Canon
Q mouth of Lnhalna, J. Usborne, K.
Fitz and A. C. Wilson of Sausalltn
Cat., were the officiating clergy. These!
with the largo surpllced choir of la
dles and gentlemen made an Imposlug
Governor and Mrs. Dolo and party
were seated in the pew of honor at the
right front looking from the chancel,
the Oovernor being attended by Adju-1
tant General Soper, chief of staff
Hear Atlmirnl Merry, U. 9. N.. Cat
tain White and Quartermaster Wil
llnmson, V. S. A., were seated In tho
snmo quarter. On tho opposite side,
H. II. M.'s Consul. .Mr. W. Robert
Hoare, with Miss Hoare, nnd II. I J
M.'s Consul. Mr. Mlkl Salto, with Mrs.
on Ho, sat In the front pew. Other
Consuls present were Messrs, Sclia-
for for Italy, Yung Wei Pin for China,
Vlzznono for France, and Caimvarrfl
for Portugal, 1
Chief Justice Frenr and Justice Per
ry of tbo Supreme Court, Jlcssrs. A
T. Atkinson, Superintendent of Udu
cation; S. SI. Damon. W. O. Irwin. IJ
W. Jordan, and Robert Catton. with
many other representative men, wer
Tho reader of tho Litany was the
Itcv. Canon Ault. It contained tho fol
lowing passages of special relation to
tho day, each petition having the ro
spouse, "We beseech theo to hear U3
good Lord," fiom the people-
"That It may please thee to keep
und strengthen the true worshipping
of thte. In rclghteoilsucss nnd holiness
of life, thy Servant lMuanl, King uf
(Ireat Ilrltaln and Ireland nnd the Do
minions thereto belonging.
"That It may please thee to rule li It.
heart In thy faith, fear, and love, and
that he may eiermore hao nffinnce In
thee, nnd ever seek thy honour and
"That It may please thee to bless
and preserve Her Drltannlc Majesty
Queen Alexandra, Ocorgo Prince of
Wales, the Princes? of Wales, and nil
the Itoyal Family;
"That It may please thee to llliunl'
nate all Ulshops, Priests, and Deacons,
with true knowledge and understand
ing of thy Word; and that both bj
tbnlr preaching and Hying they may
set It forth, and shew It accordingly;
"That It may please theo to endue
tho Lords of tho Council, and all the
Nobility, with grace, wisdom, and un
"That It may please thee to blesi
and keep the Magistrates, giving them
grace to execute Justlco, and to main
"That It may please thMj to blesi
nd keep all thy peoplo;
"That It may pleaso theo to give all
nations unity, peace and concord."
Tho gospel was St, Slatthaw xxli:lS,
where, Christ tells the Pharisees, who
tried to "entangle Elm In his talk,"
that they should "render therefore un
to Caesar tho things that arc Caesar's;
and unto Clod the things that are
Tho Ilev. Canon Mackintosh was tho
preacher, taking for his text a long
passage from Psalm xvll-51. begin
ning, "Great deliverance glveth ho to
his king." In opening the preacher
touched on the topics of the day. Tho
ceremonial at Westminster Abbey
showed the people that whatever was
dono In affairs of government as well
as other things ought to ho dono to the
honor nnd glory of God. Tho pcaco
that reigned enabled the peoplo to
plcrco through tho outward and vis
ible signs Into the Inward and spirit
ual grate. Tho gorgeous pageantry
was designed In significant forms of
deep and spiritual meaning. Tho cor
onation was not tho glorification of a
man but tho seating of a ruler.
Westminster Abbey, the pines of
coronation, was mentioned as tho most
glorious of temples. Tt contained the
ashes of tho Empire's Illustrious dead
and their mouumenU, speaking to tha
people of tho higher things. Assom
bled thero today were great men from
all parts of tho earth to do honor to
Iho King of Kngland, and to pray for
his well being nnd ability to govern
properly, oml for tTio gift to him
01 the Holy Spirit, It was an Imprcs-
slve sight to sec this world's assembly
kneeling for those prayers that thi'
n mR"1 uo "cPl "' ,no rBnl way.
ii ne um so mo uivino promise was
. . . ' .
iand ntl(1 the ,,,,!,, q,,,, rej0c0 , '
.tho honor of their King and Queen.
Reference was made to tho Klug's
bath to piotcct tho church of Christ
aim t?ie law rnntnlncd In tho lllblf,
source of the might nnil power nnd
as being their own choice ns well aa
reigning by heredity. Their personal
prayers for him were the more onrn the Son of Her Majesty tnc Into motl .,,,, .., nn A..r-r,ii nrniiccruTATiie at tuc rnnnmi
est seeing that he had before him the 'gracious Qu-en Victoria, as our un WHITELAW REID' AMERICAN REPRESENTATIVE AT THE CORONA
example of such n wonderful mother, doubted King. , TI0N 0F K,NQ EDWARD VII.
Ono of the blessings for which the pel "This day the King nnd Queen are P-3 ?a F ft f PJI Pa r ICI R n ta Pa P-3 fl Pa P-3 Pa P na PJI Ka PA Pn P3 Pa
Dlo CXI)re3Scd davout crntltuttp w.m nnnlntnl nnil CTrnwnoil In mnntinr fnl. I
iho proclamation of peace In South
Africa before tho King's. coronation.
held the affections of the people for
their gracious conduct before their ac-
cession. The cleverness of the King
when Prince of Wales, his brightness
and willingness to senc made him
popular. Queen Alexandra's sterling
Qualities wero cratefullv dculcted bv
lt was a matter of great satisfaction
to the peoplo that tho King had tho
tdvlce of oble statesmen llko his motu-
r and they prayed for wisdom to
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illlMU lit 111 111 IIDlVIIIUh IU Ilia lUUUBl'l
Canon Mackintosh brought out tho
Mo ihi in ,.,ii..iu .i. .....
rnment of the llrltlsll realm fulfilled llshed In Hngland.
the requirements of Lincoln s cspost-, "Vhon Ills Majesty Is solemnly
Ion of the American couimonw'sltli. AnotnUtl, as Kings. Priests, and Pro
in being uf the peonle, by the people phots of old wero thus mado and con
tnd for the peoplo. secrnted to teach and govern the poo-
In conclusion ho said that all rulers I'lo of Israel, "" v
needed the prayers of their peoplo and "Ho then Is girded with the Sword
cfi-rred In eloquent terms to tho hos- f Justlco; Invested with tho Imperial
pltnllty of the peoplo under whoso flag Holies, presented with tho Orb, set
lint congregation was assembled, w Mi. under the Cross to remind him thnt
the offlclnl recognition glvon tho day's
lerUreB by representaihes of tnt
The Coronation Service.
Aftur the sermon the choir lienutl-
'illy renu'ered tho following hjmn bv
lishop Walsham How, to the tune nrj'ustlce, mid with the Sceptre of tho
O King of Kings " by Mr A. Sullivan
Oh King of Kings, whose reign of old
Hnth been from everlasting.
define whoso throne their crowns ul
Tho while rob'd saints nre casting;
Wnlle nil thu shining comts on high
With Angel songs are ringing,
Oh let Thy children venture nigh,
Their lowly homngo bringing
For ox cry heart, m.ido glad by Thee,
With thnnkful praiso Is swelling;
And exery tongue, with Joy set free.
Its happy theme is telling.
Thou hast been mindful of Thlno own
And lo! wo como confessing
TIs Thou hast dower'd our country's
With many years of blessing.
Lend on, O Lord, Thy people still,
New' grace and wlsdonj giving.
To larger love, and purer will.
And nobler heights of living.
Yesterday, Chuck Chong was ox
rested on tho charge of assault anil
battery on Wong Sal and the caso camo otllcr ,n authority, that they, knowing
up for trlnl In the Police Court thlttnoso ministers they aie. ma) nboxo
forenoon. all things seek they honor and glory;
When the complaint was sworn to by antl tnal wo ariti a" lno people, duly
Wong Sat yesterday he had nothing considering w hose authority thev bear,
good to say of Chuck Chong and ac- may faithfully and obcdlcnUy honor
cuscd the fellow of having given him them, In thee, nnd for thee, according
n Bevere drubbing. Judge Wilcox hap- t0 tny blessed Word nnd ordinance;
pencd to be In tho deputy sherlnTl through Jesus Christ our Loul, who
offlco when tho Chinaman was telling w'11' ,lleo Iint tno ,,ol' Ghost llveth
his story. and rclgneth exer, one God, world with-
On tho witness stand this forenoon out end. Amen.
Wong Sal went back on everything ho "Most gracious God, xxo humbly be
said yesterday and deliberately told eoech thee, as for tho peoplo of thesa
ono falsehood after another. Chuck United States In general, so especially
Chong was his good friend and he had fr their Senato and Representatives In
never laid his hands on him with tho '. Congress assembled, that thou would
Intention of doing him on Injury, Mt bo Ilc8,,d to direct and prosper all
Judge Wilcox took a hand In the case 'heir consultations, to the adxance
hlmsclf nnd asked the witness If he had "cnt ' ,h" 6lory. tho good of thy
not told him Chuck Chong hnd struck ! church, the safety, honor, nnd welfare
him In tho cest. Wong Sal refused to ,f thy peoplo, that all things may be
answer tho question. Jihko Wilcox
repeated tt sexeral times but with
characteristic stubbornness, the wit
ness refused to answer. Ileforo Ik
knew it. a pollco officer had hold of
him and ho was hurried away down
stairs, there to rcllect until such 1 1 mo
as ho should seo fit to answer tho ques
tion Weils, Fargo & Go, Express
TEL. MAIN 199.
Masonic Temple, with American
And while of all Thy love below
They chant the gracious story.
un teach them nrst Thy Christ
The !t.v Mr. Usborno'then read tho
sjnoiisls of the actual crowning uxor
cUet In Westminster Abbot, benln
nlmx ns follows'
"On this day His flrltannlc Majesty
King IMunid MI In the 'Form and
Order of henlco lecommeniled lor uso
In the Cnureh nl i:uulan! nnd C'huirli
pr In communion therewith through
out His Majesty's nmplre' Is Vroclalm
cd as undoubted King. The Protlanm
Hon, Kites. Ceremonies and Ancient
Customs of Coronation being set forth
In the words that follow:
"Sirs: I proclaim unto jou Edward
"First Ills Majesty takes tho Oath 1
cm the people of thp United Kingdom
of Clreat llrltnlu nnd Ireland nnd tho
Dominions thereto belonging, accord
Ing to the Statutes In Parliament
agreed on nnd to the respective Laws
nnd Customs of the snmo, to cau"o
I-nw and Justice. In Mercy to ho exo
cuted In all Ills Judgments, to tho
utmost of Ills power to maintnln tho
Laws of God. tho true profession otiall that land situate in western mw
tho Gospel, nnd tho Protestant ltcform- Pakalua Maul, a set forth In tho Bche
cu Itellglon established by Law; nnd
1,. .,,.,.,.. i, i..ii.i,. i, i-.,i,i,.,.l
" l'"-OVI SJ IIII1UIIIUII IIIU iJV HIV-litVllfc
of tho Church of r.ngland. nnd tho'
Doctrine. Worship. Discipline and
rinu.rnmon. n,mnr . i.v ?... o.(ni.
the whole world Is subject to the Pow
er and Kmplro of Christ our Hedoeni
er. with tho Ring, tho Ensign of Kin-;
ly Dignity nnd llir Defence of tho
Cnlhollc Fnllh; with tho Itoyal Scep
tre, the Fiisign of Klugly Power nnd
Doxo the rod of Equity and Mercy.
"Then His Majesty Is Crowned In
tho ancient Chair or Saint Edward
And being Crowned he Is presented
with the Holy ISlblo, the most voluablc
thing this world affords', f herein is
Wisdom, wherein Is tho Itoyal Laxv,
xvhercln nro tho lively Oracles of God.
"After tho Coronation of tho King
J tho Queen also Is Anointed nnd Crown
"And finally tho King receives tho
Homngo of the Peers nnd Bishops, who
havo been summoned for that pur
pose," Singing and Prayers.
In this portion of the scrxlcc tV
Urltlsh national anthem was beautifully
sung, one xcrse by the soprano xolces
of tho choir, the next by tho alto
xolces and tho third by the full choir
The Ilov. Canon K,ltcnt Impresslxely
Intoned tho concluding praxcrs. They
contained a thanksgiving for tho South
Africa peace and the following prajeis
for tho President of tho United State
and all In civil authority unci for Con
gress: "Almighty God, whoso kingdom I
everlasting and power Infinite, haxo
mercy upon this xxholo land, and rn
rulo tho hearts of thy s"rx-ants, the
President of the United States, tho
Qovernor of this Territory, and nil!
"ruereu uuu Kium uj mm
xors, upon the best and surest founda
tlous, that peaco and happiness, truth
and Justice, religion and piety, may lie
established among us for all genera
tlons These and all other nucess.uita
for them lor us, and thx whole Churth
wo humbly beg In tho name and media
tion of Jesus Christ our most lilchsed
Lord and Savior, Amen.'
After tho blessing. Organist Wary
Taj lor pl.t) til dtar Spangled Il.innei ,
while tho clerg) and choir retired In
state!) piocesslnn und the Bleat cou
giegutioii dlspei scd.
lUCAHIC HDt ILTrf)
HllLUtlMU ttllL rlllLK
J A Aheong and Louise Aheong
hae in ought suit ngilnst tho Haiku
' Sugar Co for trispass In tho caie The
plalntlrts claim iney nro lenams in
1 ommon nnil as such own In fee simple
uul accompanying 1110 pmrem.
Tho complaint goes on to stnte that
. , .... ., ,
'" December 19. 1891, Aheong acting
, r n "c" .""""., "'".',' '"""'
leased to C. A. Schneider for ten enrs
from No ember 1, 189t, tho right to use!
nil water-flowing from n certain spring
upon tho lant owned by plaintiffs, re
serving, how-oxer tho right to use thii
water for Irrigation and domestic pur
poses. Schneider died on or about the year
1899 and his Interest In the least was
thereupon transferred by the represen
lathes of the deceased to Ululanl .Ma
hoa. residing on Slnul. on January 23,
1902, surrendered the least to the plain
tiffs. It Is further alleged that defendant
for more than six years haB appropriat
ed the water nnd water rights of the
land and tbaton or about 1S99, without
the authority or consent of plaintiffs,
and against their rights nnd with force
and arms, defendant entered on thajmukal side of tho school was xpry ar
land and cut a ditch to conxey the wa-,, ,... ,,1Pn,,i ith i, nn,i
contiol and In ute by the defendant
In conclusion, tho plaintiffs allege
lli.it nil of slid acts on the part of!
the defendant were wilful malicious""" ' 1""u "us " "6
nnd opproslve nnd dono In open and,,l,ll,,"u Present, among whom worn
rootia ,iisre.rnr,i nf nlnlntlrfs' rlchts. a number of tho city s well known
nnd that by renson of said acts on the
part of defendant plaintiffs say they 1
have been Injured In a large amount.
to wit, In the sum of 1S0U; further,
that all of said acts on the part of de
fendant were done In contravention of
plaintiffs' rights under tho law .
Kinney. Uallou & McClanahan for
PICK THROUGH FOOT.
A native working on tho Ilapld Tran
sit trncli ditch yesterday oftornoon,
sustained a very sexcre Injury by get
ting too closo to one of tho othr
workers, The pick of the lattor was
driven through tho latter's foot. Tho
pjr fellow tumbled over from tho ex
cruciating pain nnd was later removed
to the hospital In tbo patrol wagon
Hwood Shoes Wean '
Fop summer wear nnd tor (Vcnernl
comfort tlicre'n nothing tluit' ho good
hk the llcjwood Oxford, Your choice
of VICI KID, BOX CALF OR TAN for
1057 Fort St.
Held Their Graduating
IN MIDST OF. MANY
And Graduates Showed to Excellent
Advantage, Presenting Many
Papers of Very Great
The graduation exercises of tho
higher grades of tho Punahou Prepara
tory School took place this morning
at 10 o'clock. Tho large room on tho
palm leaves, while heavy garlands ot
vines and creepers, Interwoven with
brilliant ,red (lowers, hung In graceful
curves over the windows and along
business and professional men,
Thu children of the school wero lin
ed up in four rows, thoso of the grad
uating class occupying tbo front,
ineso woro rosettes of whltu and red
ribbon on their shoulders.
Among the numerous papers on tho
program, tho ono prepared by Miss
Violet Damon was probably the best,
showing as lt did, a great deal of rlgl
sallty and thought. Tho other papers
were many of them very good, and
they were without exception delivered
lu a graceful and easy manner.
The program In full was as follows:
Crusader's llvnin No. 322
Itvsponse Father, O Hear Us
(Continued on cage 4.)
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