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'p k . L2dltorlI Rooms,
I CI'lBualness Office,
Thu ilcill knen not what
when lie untile mini polltlc
Dlrd men can't even fly.nwny Id Ha
waii, our conditions lire so peculiar.
If coronations camo moro froqucnl-
ly n movemunt to make them safe and
sane might be expected.
. Noxt to Mott-Smlth the new land
man has the largest amount of new
constructive work before him.
Of olio thing wo may be certain A
united Honolulu is ready to fight the
Mediterranean fly till every laBt dol
lar of Federal appropriations Is ex
pended. By nil means should the Federal
government take u hand In the meas
ure to wlpo out the latest fruit pest
provided it has Federal funds avail
able for the good work. .
It is up to Hawaii to do what it can
toward controlling the Mediterranean
fly. Let the scientists war among
thcniClvcs whether tho pest can be
exterminated or not.
Kxtrn dividends contlnuo lo arise
and offer tho merry lin-ha to the gen
tlemen who said this would of n cer
tainty bo a poor sugar year. Another
proof that Hawaii's luck Is bettor any
day than the theories of the experts,
While trotting out all these new
pests don't forget that tho mosquito Is
the only pest In sight thai Is In n po
sition to drive nut tho population that
cats the fruit. It's the mosquito that Is
first on the list of things that must go
If Honolulu is to bo made safe.
That "seeing Honolulu tour" for tbo
business men would mako more ef
fective tho educational Influence of
the "clean-up day" provided It Is In
stituted after the cleaning and shows
how much has still to bo dono before
tho task Is anywhero near completion
Why Bhould the investigators spend
so much time clearing up tho record
of tho late President Havcmcyer. What
the Trust Is, now doing Is tho Im
mediate problem, and bow to check
It from doing that which Is Illegal
furnishes the real business of the
Democrats have passed the wool
schedule with sufficient easo In the
House to give tho party a good name,
and as usual left the final decision of
what is actually wanted by tbo "men
behind the party, to the much divided
and much distressed Senate a most
decidedly unprogrcssive body of men
at the present time.
THE IMMIGRANT STATION.
Use of tho old Alakea street market
ns an Immigration station for fnmllles
'arriving undor tho auspices of tho
Territorial Hoard of Immigration
, should depend cntlroly on whether a
i' separate, station Is needed to mako
these arrivals thoroughly comfortable.
i i io spenu in mo vicinity oi tiu.vuu
J In nnitln n nlnilnn tn (hut nnnaapnnnno
liu uijuif otuviuu pu turn, H''vuiiuit.va
7; will not strongly suggest control of
Hho Immigrants by tho Hawaiian
Planters' Association seems a- useless
expenditure, of monoy. Tho arrivals
Si. will bo neither more nor less under
tho commund of the planters in n now
station than In tho already equipped
Jstatlon of tho planters that the Hoard
ii;'"I am glng to ask your father for
fi"Ob, that will bo lovely!"
"Delighted! I will call nnd bring
ryoit flowers every day until you are
liable to be out again. I havo never
Keen tho Inside of a hospital."
My innthcr-ln-lnw Imil breakfast
Fet SU Montut ,au
Per Year, aurwbet eta 0.3 I.oo
Per Year anywhere d Canada. I.fto
Pet Year ixxtpald, toiin 3.on
kntercd ai the Poetoffice at llorjoiota
as iecoDdaia natter.
.JUNE 21, 1911
has used. Spending n lot of money on
a new station will not fool or educate
anyone. The Immigrants nro abso
lutely free to go whero they please,
and statements to the contrary nro so
far from truth b to be of no force.
The matter should bo decided on a
i,ian common senso business basis.
.The old market should bo put to somo
good use, but If its equipment as pro
posed means an unnecessary duplica
tion, better snvo tho Immigration
funds for enlisting nnd transporting
THE LAND COMMISSIONER
When Governor Frcnr llrst took his
present ofllcc, ho asked A. F. Judd to
nccept the position of Commissioner
of Public Lands.
Ho now selects Mr. Judd's brother,
who has had experience In forcstra
tlon work and Is probably more suit
ed by training and the trend of his
aspiration for tho very important po
sition. Tills appointment will produce two
lines of comment
"Family Compact" will bo tho Im
mediate rcsponso of a very large sec
tion of tho electorate
Is ho equipped for tho position or Is
he like somo others who havo been
brought Into tho public service to bo
educated at an expense to tho taxpay
ers of nt least his four hundred dol
lars a month salary, to say nothing of
the cost of mistakes that may be
The latter query Is the ono that is
really worth white to consider though
it must be confessed that the first
will have a far-reaching Influence.
Kvcryonc recognizes that tho earth Is
the Lord's and the fullness thereof,
but u great many of our citizens make
n business of nsklng why any partic
ular combination should have a spec
ial partnership with the Lord when it
comes to nny of tho good things In the
Territory of Hawaii.
It Mr. Judd Is efficient, If he is ag
gresslvo and progressive, if he has
ldcaB of his own that will help to
mako the land office a center of Infor
mation for the public and a medium
for the prompt and Intelligent treat
ment of our public land and water
rights problems, there Is not the
slightest doubt that he Is Just what
the Territory has been suffering for,
lo theso many years.
If he gets the position merely
through his influential connections, It
he Is to talk like a fake promoter who
delivers himself of words and no re
sults, It he runs his office so that it
has for Instance no record of the
amount of water that Is being used
In Bomo of tbo most valuable water
rights that tho Torrltory leases, If he
parades tho dcslro of tho Territory
for .homesteaders and then keeps the
legitimate homesteaders waiting till
pntlenco Is exhausted, if ho sponds all
his tlmo tolling how much work he Is
doing nnd is unable to answer an ord
inary quostlon of land office detail
without summoning a long lino of
slaves to look it up for him, It ho Is a
man who strives, to shado his own
shortcomings by placing tho blnmo on
some other ofllcor who receives a
smaller (salary, then, of courso, ho Is
not wanted, Tho nppolntmcnt of such
a man rnlsos inoroly ono question:
How long it will tnko to expose his
true charncter nnd forco him out.
Honolulu knows very little of Mr.
Judd In his capacity as n public offl-
Ho has apparently minded his
with mo this morning. Oh, we had a
fine breakfast cold shoulder and
"They tell mo that women In China
never seo their husbands bofore they
"That's nothing. Over hero they
nover see them nfter they nro married."
' I All A 111 I Hllll Ilflf !! I 0,
AN IDEAL BUNGALOW
Extenelve grounds with splendid view
of the tea. Cloud-copped mountains of
the Islands of Maul, Molokal and Lannl
can be teen many miles away nearly
every day In the year.
House It Jarge one-story bungalow of 8
rooms. Modern bath and modern con
veniences! garage, servants' quarters,
Near Wyllio St....30pcrmonth
Mnklkl District.... 75 per month
Upper Fort St., ono
block from Nuu
onu car JCO per month
All vtry deilrablo residences
nnd completely furnished.
Bishop Trust Co., Ltd.
A Crate of Six Selected Pinet or
Large Bunch of Bananas
Simply leave your order wo do the
ISLAND FRUIT COMPANY
(With Wells, Furgo Express Company)
own business nnd stuck to his task,
which Is io his credit. He is not gen
erally known except as a young man
of good habits who Is well liked and
Tho office of Commissioner of Pub
lic Lands Is ono of tho most Import
ant in this Territory at the pretent
Governor Frear'8 record for the bcI
ectlon and retention of public officers
is not such as to guarantee to tho
community at the outset that the man
he names Is efficient and up to the
task that to before him.
And that Is tho reason why nine
tenths of the people will ask whether
Mr. Judd Is named on nccount of his
Influential connections or because he
THE LAND OF PUUPUEO
Mr. rienry E, Cooper, the owner of the land of Puupueo, has
placed in our hands for sale a number of desirable house lots
which we are now prepared to offer to intending purchasers.
If you want to build where you can have a perpetual view of
both mountain and ocean, we have seven tots from which you
may select, ranging in price from 1300 to $1650.
If you prefer to be where you can step directly from your lot
to tho Rapid Transit ears and still have an uninterrupted view
f the valley and mountain, we havo sixteen lots ranging from
11200 to $17(0 from which you may take your choice.
If you would like a less expensive lot and still have all the
idvantages of this location, we have four from $850 to $1050.,
If you would like to erect mansion and desire a large lot,
wo have two at $7500 each.
If you want to have an opportunity to plant n orchard and
otherwise indulge in the uxury of a small farmer, we havo sev
iral acre lots that possess all the advantages, at a moderate
Remember that this la d Is served by the Rapid Transit, tit
'phone and electrio lines, and water from the Maklki springe
is piped directly to all the lots and the mains of the Gee Com
pany have been recently extended to the property.
The title Is perfect and warranty deeds will be given In all
uses. The use of the property is, however, restricted to resi
Terms of payment the most favorable.
FORT AND MERCHANT STBEET1 HONOLULU, T. H.
FOIl INDIVIDUALITY IN FRAMING
1066 FORT STItKKT
Fort Street, near Hotel
The office Is open on week days from
7 a. m. to 5)30 p. m., adn on
Sunday mornings from
8 until 10
Is tho right man in tho right placo.
Tho people havo no reason Jo distrust
him any more than they would anoth
er whose work la not known and
whoso capacity Is not procd. That
ho Is nn Island boy Is to his nilvnnt
agc. Mr. Judd has a great opportunity to
mako good, and nono will assist him
moro cordially If ho shows tho right
spirit und does mako good, or attack
his Inefficiency more Insistently If lio
doesn't than the Dull e tin. "
"For we must light If we would
win" Is a lino found in ono ot the
ancient hymns that should bo sung nt
ovory assembly piled to discuss how
to snvo Hawaii from moBt nny late ar
rival. And what a blessing It would
bc If this fighting could bo confined to
n conflict with n common enemy In
stead or indulging In tho right among
POLICE HOPE SPEEDER
WILL BE CONVICTED
Deputy County Attorney Mllvcrton
and Sheriff Jurrctt are nt Kaneohe,
Koolau, today. They went there this
morning to bo present at the trial of
Manuel Lopez, who is facing trial tor
speeding nn automobile. Lopez lias
been repeatedly warped by the police
to slow up his machine while driv
ing in the outer dUtrlcts, but he paid
Mllverton and Jarrctt expect to get
tho conviction of Lopez, so that he will
be more careful In tho futuro while
driving his auto.
(Continued from Page 1)
tluitrtcrH for nt least four teachers lire
required to place the school on a sat-
Iflfoctory working bnsls.
Three additional rooms for school nnd
quarter for four teachers lire uukt to
be required nt Walanac, Kawalhnpal
Wahlawn comes to tho front with tho
request that un "Intuitional schoolroom
be provided. Thero nro 76 pupils en
rolled. A cottage Is also nsked for the
At Mnunawnl It Is found that there
are about 6 pupils rcildlng lit that lo
cality, and n school building should )o
erected on a lot now set aside lor that
The department makes request that
addition to the school grounds he so
cured nt Itauula, where 101 scholars
arc at present attending.
Kuhuku, with 111 pupils, sends forth
n call for additional room.
The samo condition Is said to obtain
nt Knneohe, where nn enrollment of 100
scholars Is now found.
The city fathers have been asked to
make repnlrs on school buildings at
Knllurt and W'almanalo. At tho latter
place n new building Is urged.
Chairman Low of tho ways and
means committee has tho matter under
The urgent necessity for better school
equipment Is u matter that has caused
much thought and consideration from
hoard members. Tho matter of n new
appropriation bill Is now being discuss
ed, The members Inst night spent
some time In deviling ways and means
for meeting tho situation thnt now con
fronts tho city and county government.
thnt of properly caring for tho constantly-Increasing
number of children
now ellglhlo to nttend tho public
WILL BE BUSY
(Continued from Page 1)
fi. Anthem Handel.
8. RcccBslonal "O Hod Our Help"
3. "Tho Star Spangled Banner."
Tho second verse of tho British na
tional anthem Is revibed as follows:
"O Lord our Cod, arise
Scatter his enemies,
Mako wars to cease.
Keep us from plage and dearth
Turn thou our woes to mirth,
And over all tho earth
Let there be peace.
In keeping with this call for peace
will bo tho prayer, which pleads for
arbitration of International dlfflcul
tics and speaks eloquently of peaco
and harmony between tho United
States and Great Britain.
Tho services In tho Cathedral will
conclude with prayer and song.
At 1:30 o'clock tho program of
sportB will begin. Tho program Is I'.i
two divisions, cricket and children's
sports. Tho cricket match will be
played between the best players
available lined up Into toams as "Tho
King's'' and "Tho Queen's," and will
begin at 1:30 o'clock on Alexander
This cricket game,, by the way.-
euuuiu uo one 01 tno uesi ever piayeu
In tho Islands. The grounds will be
in fine shape and tho teams are ex
cellent. The line-up as decided by
the cricket committee last night, will
be as follows:
King's tcamJ-R. Anderson (Cap
tain), J. C. McGIII, T. P. Gray, J M.
Macconcl, D. W. Anderson, R. II.
Pnrtpf I. fi ninftbrnnn II fl Wlnl.-.
ley, J. 11. Flddcs, M. Maclntyre, Dr.
Johnstone, W. Dease.
Queen's team R. A. Jordan (Cap -
lnln Tl n Ilnllnt, r tf ftfnv.nll 1
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P. Morse. IJ. Melanphy, O. B. Mar
shall, R. Rath, A. S. C. Pllanala, W.
Brown, Dr. Vans Agnow, It. J. Hitch
ly nnd A. Marshall.
W. C. Wcodon nnd A. Balrd will
umpire. Complcto preparations havo
been made for doing tho cricket game
up In clahorato stylo. Tents will bo
pitched on the grounds and tea dis
pensed. British Consul Ralph G. K.
Forster will liohi an informal recep
tion In ono of tho tents.
Down nn tho old' Piinahou campus
tho children's sports will also begin
nt 1-30 o'clock, and will contlnuo
most of tho afternoon. A. A.
U. officials will look after
tho events. Tho sports nro to
bo confined to youngstors of Bri
tish descent, from seven to fifteen.
Thu competitors nro askod to regis
ter as soon lis they enter tho grounds.
In addition to tho special program,
Boveral events will bo held for tho
little, ones, Tho program of ovonts Is
1. 50 .Mil (Is dash for girls 7 to 11
2. GO yards dash for hoys 7 to II
3. CO yards ilabh for. girls 12 to 13
i, 100 yards dash for boys 12 to' IS
G. 78 feet 3 imlnlo relay for glrlH
7 to 11 Inclusive.
76 feet 3 potato relay for boys
7 to 11 Inclusive.
7. 7G feet 6 potato rcliry for girls
12 to IS Inclusive
8. 76 rcct G potato relay for boys
12 lo 1R Inclusive.
0, .1 log rnco 50 yards for girls 7
to 15 Inclusive.
10. 3 leg raco 50 yards for boys 7
to 15 inclusive.
Tho officials who will have chnrge
of the children's sports will bo na fol
low: Clerk of course, Lorrln An
drews; referee, Paul 8uper; Judges,
J. It. M. Mnclcan, (1, Bustard and W
It. Klnslcn; starter, John Sopor; nn
nounccr, 01 II. Tuttlo.
The coronation festivities will end
with tho grand ball tomorrow night nt
tho Moana Hotel, for which a largo
number of local Britons nnd Invited
guests will nttend. nnd which will bo
ono of tho notablo Boclal functions of
The committees In charge of the
celebration tomorrow mo nt follows:
General committee T. CIlvo Da
vies, chairman: tlobert Anderson
secretary; D. W. Anderson, A. W. T.
Hottomloy, C. O. Ballcntync, Ilobort
Cntton, J. Guild, M. It. Jamleson, It.
A. Jordan, J. Wakcflcld, J. W. Wal
dron, John Walker.
Finance committee A. W. T. Dot
tomlcy, Robert Catton, J. Guild, J. W.
Reception, decoration and music
II. B. Bailey, chairman; D. U With
Ington, 15. Mclanphy, Dr. Johnstone
Dr. Vans Agncw and Cannon Aull.
Refreshments nnd tcntn C. F. Mnx
well, chairman; J. II. Flddcs, T. P. W
Gray and It, II. Carter.
Refreshment committee John Wal
ker, chairman; Mrs. John Wnlker
Mrs. J. It. Maclean, Mrs. Smith, Mrs.
Jordan, MrH. Harrison, Mrs. Wlnklcy,
Mrs. Lnrnach, Miss Harrison, Miss
Rnwllns, T. McKlnnon and Klmer Da
vis. Equipment and trnnBportntlon F
Harrison, chairman; G. S. Lclthcad
and J. Philips.
Tickets nnd Admission P. Illgglns
chairman: R. Blako, J. Finney und A,
Entertainment J. It. Maclean
chairman; It. Armltngc, J. II. Flddcs,
G. Osborne, A. D. Larnncli, O. Brown
Mr. Watt. P. Tosh. J. Wakcflcld, II
J. Buchly, John Hughes and Foster
(Continued Worn Pag 1)
of this wonderful processional the
Btrects will bo cleared for miles ami
cross-streets fenced off, so that nolh
Ing shall delay the royal advance.
It Is expected that tho procession
will reach Westminster Abbey about
one o'clock. It Is In this historic cdl
flco that tho actual ceremonies ot
coronation will tako placo.
The official program to bo gono
through Is briefly as follows:
1. Entrnnco lo tho Abbey by tho
King and Queen.
2. Anthem, "Tho Recognition"
3. Reading from tho Bible. Kills
tlo of 8t. Peter, 11:13, and Matthew
4. Administering ot coronntlon
oath by Archbishop of Westminster.
fi. Anointing of King by Arch
bishop. 6. Spurs and 'sword presented by
King befoie altar.
7. Investiture 'with armor and
royal robe, sccptro and cross.
8 Crowning of King by Arch
bishop. 9. Presentation ot Bible, benedic
tion, and payment of homago to King
uy Archbishop Snd Bishops,
10. Fealty sworn by Prlnco
Wales, princes of royal blood
other peers of the realm.
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All over tho world tomorrow tho
coronntlon will bo celebrated, anJ
particularly In British dominions.
Not only In Iximlon, not only In tho
British Isjus, but alio In oycry part "f, ,
tho Umpire guns will boonV'slniultii-'
neously at the exact, moment when
the crown Is placed upon the head nt
tho King In Westminster Abbey on
Thursday, Juno 22. Tho shouts of,4
"Long Llvo tho King!" as thoy ro
fomul through tho Abbey will find an
echo 'in tho most distant parts of tho
In Ihoro parts ot tho Ivmplro whcio
It Is dnytlmo when it is two o'clock
nt Westminster guns will bo fired,
and in those places where It is night
rockets or bombs will bo let off. Tak
ing two o'clock as tho actual tlmo
when the King will bo crowned, tho
coronation salutes will lib given nt the
following hours In tho places men
tioned: Sydney 12:5 a. m., Juno 23; Mel
bourne 11:40 p. m., Juno 22; Ade
laide 11:14 p. m.. Juno 22; Perth (W.
Australia) 9:43 p. m., Juno 22; Auck
land, (New Zealand), 1:39. p., m., June
23; Calcutta 7:53 p. m., Juno 23; Bom
bay 6:51 p. m., Juno' 22; 1 Capetown
3:14 p. m., Juno 22; St. John's' (New
foundland) 10:29 a. in., Juno 22; To-
and rontn 8:42 a. m., June 22; Vancouver
5:38 n. in.. Juno 22; Jamaica 7:7 i.
m., Juno 22.
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