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ESTABLISHED. 1882. No. 4960.
12 PAGES. HONOLULU, TERRITORY OF HAWAII, THURSDAY, JUNE 22, 1911. J 2 PAGES.
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Of His People
LONDON, Eii(., June 22. George the Fifth, eighth of the
House of Hanover, was today crowned with his consort,
Queen Mary, at historic Westminster Abhcy.
The world paid homage to the King and Queen today in
the greatest coronation ceremony ever held. The progress
of their majesties from Buckingham palace to Westminster
abbey was one great picturesque procession.
From the time the procession left the palace until the
abbey was reached there was an unbroken ovation, a thun
der of cheers that shook the streets. The route was hedged
willr a vast polyglot host, every nation under the sun con
tributing its representatives, and the tumult was thunder
ous. The welcome given the King and Queen was literal
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GEORGE. V. CROWNED TODAY1I A RvaiwI
i Acts On Kapaa
Precoried by tho mighty yeomen of
tho guard, tho Queen rodo in the ttato
carriage. .She wore a wonderful cor
onation robe of royal purplo with a
train embroidered In gold Tho train
was borne by aix daughters of earlt.
Ohe alto carried a great bouquot of
pink carnation!, the glffof tho Garden
org' Association of England, an ancient
King George was next in the procea
clon, walking behind the stao carriage.
Ho was dretted in tho crimson robe of
stato, with the train borno by eight
noblemen, and wore the collar and gar
tcr and cap of state.
When tho royal procettion arrived
nt Wettminttcr Abbey, tho King and
Queen proceeded to the throne, where
tlioy knelt briefly.
The famous abbey was thronged with
tho highest dignitaries of tho church
and notables of the world. The cere
mony followed the ancient ritos as do
Tho Archbishop of Canterbury pre
sented tho King to his subpects as their
sovereign, and he was greeted with
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read and communion recited. The King
kitted the Blblo and took tho oath to
J govern his dominions according to tho
laws of the land and to maintain the
! Protestant, religion.
Then followed the solemn ceremony
of anointing, after which the King was
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the ring and sceptre. He ascended to
the throne and was given homage. by
the princes and people.
After the recessional, the procession
reformed and turned toward Bucking
ham Palace, with the multitude filling
tho air with cheers.
SOLEMN RELIGIOUS CEREMONY IN WESTMINSTER
ABBEY; RITES OF ANO INTING AND CROWN
ING ARE 0 BSERVED.
Arranged with tho most, rnrefnl at
tention to detail, and rehearsed for
.,, weeks beforehand, llio coronation
ceremonies In Westminster Abbey to
day followed nut tho program Hint
lias hern Riven (ho Hanrllon of long
Tho ampulla, fjlteil with oil for tho
anointing, together with t lie bjhio.i,
wcro laid ready upon tho altar In tho
Tho Archbishops and Wshops ns
hlstanl In Iholr copes waited outshlo
tho Went1 door for tho npproarh of
their MaJcBtlos. Ah tho King and
Queen cnloied thqy wcro received
with tho antliem "I was glad when
they said unto mo, Wo will go Into
(ho house of tho Inrd."
Tlio King and Queen I lion paused
tip tho body of tho Church, Into and
HiroiiRli tho Choir, up tho stulnt to
. tho Theater; and having passod liy
their throne, Ihoy nindo their himi
lilo adoration, and t lien kncelliiR at
the fnldslools Bet for - them before
their Chairs of Kxtnto on tho South
Dido of the Altnr, Hiild uhort prlvalo
prayeia; atterwarda taking lliclr
Tho KlMi; and Queen being no
placed, tho Archbishop turned to tho
Kant part of tho Theater, and after,
together with the lrd Chancellor,
I .mil (Iroat , Chamberlain. Iird High
Cnnxtnljlt) niul Karl Marshal wont lo
the other threo bIiIca of tho Ttioater
in tho order, South, Went, and North,
and at every of tho four bMos pro
claimed wllh a loud voice, "Sirs, I
hero preBcnt unto you King George,
the undoubted King of HiIb Henlmr
Whorcforo nil you who arc romo thlf
day lo do your homage and Bervlre,
Aro you willing to do tho Hanio?
The peoplo Hlgnlfled their witling
iicbh and Joy hy shouting:
(lod cavo King (IICOUCK!
Then tho Iruuipols Bounded.
After tho l.ltany, licglnnltig of the
Communion, (icwpel, nnd Creed ono
of tho I)I!kIih began tho sermon,
which wiib short ami suitable to the
great occasion, tho King was uncov
ered during tho singing of tho l.ltany
and tho beginning of tho Communion
Service; when tho Bcrmon began ho
put on his cap of crlimion Velvet turn
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Bishop Resfariok SeesWoif Peace
After ii nesnlon of the Iuid Com
mission thin morning. In the course
of which Chairman Alfred Carter de
clared that the plantations aro hot
taking an Interest In homesteaders In
good faith the Commissioners appar
ently settled the Kapaa land micHllon
that has been pending for yciira. Tho
Commission adopted tho report of lis
committee, oonslnllng of V. A. Kin
ney and Alfred Carter, a sole amend
ment being mado to the last clause
referring to tho water right to the
sctcn hundred and fifty acres, the
provision that the Covernment hao
Hie power to step In and claim tho
water being stricken mil. Tho whole
homestendliig plnn Is turned over to
Kalrrhlld with the Territory Bitting In
Judgment, lie Is lo bo given a freo
hnnd, according to the policy that Is
Incorporated In tho report.
The plan iil'ptoved by tho CommlJ-
slon Is u substitute for the ono rec
ommended hy tho Governor for a
lease covering lMO acres of Kapaa
lands for n period of fifteen years
with an upset price of $7000 subject
lo homestead withdrawals.
Those present at tho meeting this
morning wcro Alfred Carter, chair
man of the Uiud Commission, and
members W. A. Kinney, Itlchard
Trent and Samuel Dwlght. Kalrrhlld
was also present and participated In
the' discussion. Acting 1-aud Com
missioner Tucker was In attendance
Tho real illfllculty was encountered
when the water question -was taken
up, Palrchlld was under tho Impres
sion that the clause In the committee
report giving power to tho Govern
ment to lako water for Its own hoiii'c
stcadlng activities on tho adjoining
7.10 acres applied only to tho surplus
FRUIT FLY EXHIBITS
Fiuiiiii horrible exhibits of what tho
Mediterranean fly will do to fruit were
In ought to tho Hill lot I u olllco by
H. I, Shaw from his Kalmukl residence.
The Infested fruit Includes mangoes,
Chlnesu oruiigob mid u peach. It Is on
ifxplay nt tlio.II u 1 1 u 1 1 n otlice, Mr.
Shaw says he believes fruit destruction
Is the only euro 'for this fruit tly.
DECLARES G. 0. P.
(Rperlal II ll II n 1 1 n CablO
WASHINGTON, D. C, Juno 22.
The Senate financo committeo today
reported, adversely on both the wool
tariff bill aad the farmers' free list bill.
Senator Penrose declared In tho course
of debate that the Republicans no
longer control the Senate.
AMERICAN SOLDIERS OF
(Xpeelnl II II I lot ill Cable.)
TIA JUANA, Mex, June 22. A hun
dred Americans, the pick of tho rebel
army of Lower California, today sur
rendered to a United States officer on
the boundary, followinn a battle with
1700 Mexicans, who occupied Tia Juana,
Several were killed and wounded,
Great nrltnln and llio United Stales
bonud together by biicIi tics or hlool
and friendship that armies and nav
ies will no longer bo needed lo guard
11 Jealous national honor was tho pie
tuio painted' this morning by night
rtov. Henry llond Hcslurlck, lllshop
of Honolulu, In a notable sermon de
livered at tho Coiouatlon Day services
held at St. Andruvv-'a Cathedral.
In tho piesenco of n brilliant as-
svmhlago or rinxiil.ir'ieprfsciiliillvos,!
artny and nav illlcern nnd residents'
of Honolulu owing allegiance In ul-j
nioHl everv government under llio
sun, the bishop mado a powerful plea,
for world-pence, his words glowing
wllh enthusiasm at the iccent ml-'
vanccs toward arbitration. Hu do-i
dared strongh for the present arid
tralion treaty under consideration,
and pointed out lhat In Iho king who
wan today crowned lliero la n potent
foreo for peace.
St. Andrew's Cathedral wis tilled to
tho doorn nt llio service HiIb morning
with Itrltlph residents ami others who
had come lo do honor to their king,
The slgnillcanco of the day and tho
occasion wcro exemplified In Hrlllsh
ami American Hans Unit hung below
Iho arches of llio ioof and presided
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whllo II developed that It applied to
all of tho water.
This was too much for tho man
ager of tho Makee Sugar Company.
After pointing out tluit It would bo an
Impossibility to go abend with tho
building of a railroad and other ex
pensive Improvements and liuvo some
new land administration step In nnd
take nil the water nnd make the land
vnluclcBs I'lilrchlld Btntcd:
"Wo havo placed ourselves In your
hands. If you regard us with so
much suspicion we would rather not
do business wllh you." It began to
look as though the Kapaa question
was as far ns over from being set
tled. W A Kinney thought the objec
tion of Falrchlhl wbb well founded
and urged that m II would ho wlso to
strike out Iho paragraph, simply pro
viding that the surplus water main
tain Its former status as fur as gov
ernmental control was concerned.
"It Is only for 11 period of eighteen
months." stated Kinney, "and as the
I success or failure of-this experiment
' is to bo 'Judged solely on thn naked
j results not by the good Intentions
or anything else, I think wo should
strike out that provision."
Kinney's vlows (iravnllcd nnd tlio
whole plan ns glvon below goes to
Governor Krenr with tho united rec
ommendation of tho Uind Commis
sion. "Mr. Kalrchlld. lias referred lo sus
picion," said Carter In tho cmrso of
expressing his hesitancy over Iho ro
llii'iulshinenl of tho water rights even
for a short period. "Unfortunately
there is suspicion. I wish to stnta
candidly as my belief that the plan
tntlniis havo absolutely no llso for tho
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COTTON GROWERS WILL RAISE
FUND TO STOP BOLL-WORM;
J. P. COOKE GUARANTEES HALF
CHAIRMAN AND SECRETARY OF
SAN FRANCISCO, June 22. Sugars
98 degrees test, :i.98c. Previous quo
Secretary; Captain Kino's
Honolulu's lli'ltlsh losldciilH aro
celebrating Coionatlon Day today en
thusiastically. Weeks of work 011 Iho
part of the general committeo and
sub-committees resulted In the ar
rangement of no excellent . program,
which began ut 11 o'clock this morn
ing with the special services at St,
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Hearing that there Is no money In
tho Territorial treasury avallnldo to
make a campaign against the boll
worm that Is attacking Island cotton,
the Hawaiian Cotton Growers' Associ
ation will raise a fund of $3000 to send
11 man to India for the purpose of lo
cating 11 parasite to prey upon tho
Of this $000, half Is already as good
us subscribed, for J. 1'. Cooke, who la
takli.g 11 deep Interest In tho develop
inent or thri Island cotton Industry,
gimrnnte'eK to sco Unit $1600 Is se
cured, and tho association believes that
the other half will not bo hard to get.
The cotton growers' association held
n meeting yesterday afternoon at tho
Commercial Club, nt which lb- propo
sition of sending a man to hunt for
tho boll-worm parasite was taken up.
Final net Ion on the matter, ns well us
furlher work on tho M'ccial $3000 fund,
was postponed until n special meeting
1 to be held soon, when dellnlte arrange
ments are cxpeeled to bo reached.
It whs reported ut tlm meeting yes
terday that Mr Cooke would givo $1.
f.00 Inward eradicating tho pest Mr
Cooko said thin morning that this Is
not precisely the cuse, but that lie will
guarantee $1SOO as a subscription
"This looks like 11 chance for Ilia
grovvcrb lo go ahead unit do noiiio ef
fective work In development," said Mr,
CooVc. "The cotton experiments nr
proving successful, and the small
fanner VIII havo a crop that should
The meeting yesterday afternoon was
held In an optimistic atmosphere, for
tho cotton Industry Is reported as malt
ing longer Btrldes all the 'time. A Pj
port on tho successful experiments at
Makawell vvns briefly given, Mr He
Clennnn of tho Federal experiment sta
tion reported on cotton growing In the
South, and a general discussion of
local conditions was held.
The growers feel that the problem of
establishing n big Industry hero Is
solved If the boll-worm can be elimi
nated or Its ravages held t;o a mini
mum by tho parasite, and tho assoct
ntion Intends to rnlJe tho necessary
funds to get tho parasite.
Mr McClennnn, speaking of South
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The phone number of thi Public Ser
vice rooms, where the Clean-Up Day
committee has Us headquarters. Is
3.108. The olllcea aio located on King
'Sheet, In thn hulldiiH formctly oc
'cupM by the livening Hullo tin.
I There will bo a room, desks and type
writer at the illsposul of the olllcers of
the Central Improvement league, and
a larger room, with plenty of chairs
'and tables, for the use of any of tho
workers who may happen In. Tho Pub-
T. CLIVE DAVIES
Chairman General Committee.
j lie Scrvleo rooms will bo open day und
night for tho use or tho Clean-Up Day
I workers until the great work Is com
pleted, and those who wish to talk
I with any of tho Ulcers should cull up
. II .1' llahlwln. of Maul, who
! lias been Seriously III In Ran
, Franclhco, will return to Hawaii
't 011 tho Btcamshlp llonolulan, no-
cording to tho latest news from
the coast received by Alexander
ft llahlwln. Ho will Icavo on
1 Juno 29, and will go direct to
Kahulul, This now Indicates
that Mr. Ilaldwln Is aomowhat
better, but Ills condition Is still
serious. He will bo accompanied
I on the trip by Mrs. Ilaldwln und
his son, Dr. Ilaldwln.'
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