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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULD, T. H, THURSDAY, JUNE' 22, 1911. 'i
Oceanic Steamship Company
Leave 8. r. Arrive Men
Ju'y 1 July 7
July 2! July 28
165 firtl elate, tingle, 8. F. f 110 nrtt elate, round trip, ben Franolteo.
0. BREWER & CO., LTD., General Agents.
Steamers of the above company will call at Honolulu and leave this port
on or "tout tlio date mentioned below:
FOR THE ORIENT. FOR 8AN FRANCISCO.
8. S. Persia July 5 S. 8. Siberia June 30
8. 3. Korea July II 8. 8. China July 7
"t. 8. Siberia July24 3. 8. Manehurla July15
i. S. China Augutt 1 S. S. Mongolia? Augutt 5
S. S. Manchuria Augutt 8 8. 3. Peril Augutt 25
Tor general Information apply
H. Hackfeld &
TOYO KISEN KAISHA
Steamers of tlm above Company
about the tlites mentioned below:
FOR THE ORIENT.
6. 8. Tcnyo Maru June 27
8. S. Nippon Maru July 18
8. 8. Chiyo Maru Augutt IS
6. S.' America Maru September 5
3. 8. Tonyo Maru . .. .September 12
Matson Navigation Company
DIRECT SERVICE BETWEEN
FROM SAN FRANCISCO.
8. 8. Lurline June 27
S. S. Honolulan July 6
S. 8. Wilholmina July 11
8. S. Lurline July 22
8. S. Honolulan . ... Augutt 5
S. S. HILONIAN of thlt line eailt
about JULY 1. 1911.
For further particular, apply to
CASTLE & COOKE. LTD..
Canadian-Australian Royal Mail
FOR FIJI AND AUSTRALIA.
Marama Juno 23
Makura July 21
THEO H. DAVIES 4 CO..
AMERICAN-HAWAIIAN STEAMSHIP COMPANY.
From New York to Honolulu, via Tehuantepac, every elxlh day.
Freight received at all timet at
FROM SEATTLE OR TACOMA TO HONOLULU DIRECT:
8. S. ALASKAN, to salt about
8. S. ARIZONAN, to sail
S. S., VIRGINIAN, to tail
for further Information apply to
Phone 2205 Readies
Hustace-Peck Co., Ltd.
ALL KINDS OF ROCK AND SAND FOR CONCRETE WORK.
FIREWOOD AND COAL.
63 QUEEN STREET P. 0. BOX 212
The B. F. Dillingham Co.
General Agent for Hawaii;
Ante Aeturanca Company of London
Mew York Unatrwrltere' Agency.
Providence Waihlngton Insurance Co
tth FLOOR, OTANUENWALD BLDQ,
le not a Luxury; It It a hicettlty.
But you Mutt have tla'QE87
ind tint le provided jy the famous
nd mott equitable Lawe nf Malta.
hutettt, In the
New England Mutual
Life Insurance Co.
OF DOarON, MASSACHUSETTS.
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thee lawe, addrete
CASTLE & COOKE,
HONOLULU, T. H.
Arrive 8. F.
Co., Ltd., agents
wilt cnll at and leave Honolulu on or
FOR SAN FRANCISCO.
S. 8. Nippon Maru June 23
8. S. Chlyo Maru July 21
8. 8. America Maru Auguitll
s. 8. Tenyo Maru Auguil,l8
8. 8. Nippon Maru September,, 8
CA3TLE a. COOKE, LIMITED,
3AN TRANCI8CO ANd'hONOLULU
FOR SAN fRANCISCO.
8. S. Lurline , July .1
8. S. Honolulan ....July 15
G. 8. Wilhctmina July 10
S. S. Lurline July3l
3. S. Honolulan Augutt 15
from Seattle for Honolulu direct on or
General Agents. Honolulu
Zealandia July 18
Marama .. ... .Augutt 15
LTD.. GENERAL AGEKTI.
the Company's wharf, 41tt Street, South
H. HACKFELD & CO, LTD, agenfa,
P. MORSE, General Freight Agent.
Oahu Railway Time Table
Fur Walanae, Walalua, Kahuku and
Way stations y.lb a. m., 3:zo p. ni
For Pearl City, Ewa Mill and Way
Btntlnoa 17:30 a. id., :1B a. m..
11:30 a. m.. 2:15 p. m.. '3:20 p. .,
b:id p. m., j:50 p. m., tutus p. m.
For Wnhlnwa and Lellebua "10:20
a. m., E:16 D. m., 19:30 p. m., tUtlB
Arrive Honolulu from Kahuku, Wal
aitlua anil Walanao 8:3 a. m..
B:31 p. m.
Arrive Honolulu fioa tfwa Mill and
roar! City-17:46 a. m., -8:36 a. m
11:02 a. m., 1M0 e. m., M:26 p. in..
5:31 p. rn., 7s30 p. in.
Arrive Honolulu from Wahlana and
Lellehtia 9:16 a. in., tl:4 y. m., 6:31
p. m, 110:10 p, ni.
The Halelwa Limited, a two-nour
train (only flrBt class tlrkete f-inorod),
lesvos Honolulu every Btindoy at 8:36
a. m.: returning, an Ives In Honolulu
at 10:10 p. Dt. The Mraltoii steps only
at Tcarl City and Walanao outward,
and Walanao, Walpabu and Pearl City
Dally. tBuodnr Hicepted. JSuudsy
Q. P DKNISON, F. O. SMITH.
Superintendent, a. P. A.
B u 1 1 c I ! n phone nnmhen ari
Badness Office Sitl.
EdltrrUI .Veomt JIM,
July 12 ...
IitablUhed in 18SI
Bishop & Co.
Commercial and Travelers'
letters of Credit luued on
the Bank of California and
The London Taint Stock Bank
Correspondents for the
American Express Company
and Thos. Ccok 4 Bon.
Interest allowed on Term
and Saving Bank Deposits.
BANK OF HONOLULU
PAID CAPITAL, 1000,000
OLAUS SPUECKELS & 00.
Invites your Account and
offers satisfactory service.
Loans at market rates.
Exchange and Cable trans
fers. Travelers' 0 r e d 1 1 1 and
Checks available everywhere,
The Yokohama Specie
HEAD OFFICE... TOHOUAyA
Capital (Paid Up) . .Yen 24,000,000
Reserve Fund Yen 16.600.000
General banking business
transacted. Savings accounts for
$1 and upwards.
Fire and burglar-proof vault,
with 8afo Deposit Boxes for rent
at $2 por year and upwards
Trunks and cases to be kept on
custody at moderato rales.
Particulars to be applied for.
SfO AKAI, Manager.
Honolulu Ofllce, Bethel and Mer
chants Streets. Telephone 2421
and 1694. P. O. Doz 168.
Oahu Machine Shop
301 QTJEEK AND BI0HABDI ITS.
Antomobilei, Hotor Cycles, Gas Bta-
tloaary and Marine Engines, Bice
Mill Machinery, Etc
Engineering ivA Contracting
House.Wiring Bjpairing Supplies
1187 ALAKEA ST. Near Beretania
A (oil auortment, lixet SV'xIG"
to 48"xl20". and rinrcs No. IB to
N- 1Q just to hand.
Yfe do sheet metal work of all
kinds, and guaiantee satisfaction,
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WALKS M13AN Till! KINIHIIINO TOUCH WI1 SUPPLY
Honolulu Construction & Draying Co., Ltd.,
Alexander & Baldwin,
oFFiccna and directors
II. P. Baldwin President
"W. M. Alexander
, . , i 1st Vlao-Prcsldcnt
J. P. Gecko.,... Snd Vice-President
J. II. Oalt 3rd Vlco-Prcsldcnt
fIolin (lull J Acting Treasurer
K. IV Prtxton. Secretary
W. O. Hmltli Director
W. It. Cnstlo Director
a. N. Wilcox Director
and Insurance Agents
I In walla n Commercial & Sugar Co,
Haiku Sugar Company,
Maul Agricultural Cempnny.
Hawaiian Sugar Company.
Kahuku Plantntlon Company.
McBrydo Sugar Company.
Knhulul nullro.nl Company.
Knunl Tinllway Company.
Haiku Krult anil Packing Company.
Kauai Fruit and land Company.
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Honolulu, T. H.
SHIPPING AND COMMIB8ION MER-
CHANTS, 8UQAR FACTORS
OENERAL INSURANCE AOCNTS
Kwa Plantation Co.
Walalna AsTlcult'iral C".. Ltd.
Kohala Sugar Co.
Walrnea 6uKar Mill Co.
Apokaa Sugar Co. Ltd.
Fulton lion Works ot St. Louis.
Babcocs- A Wilson Purapa.
Green's Fuol Kconomliers.
Mataon Navlgstlon Co
C. Brewer & Co., Ltd.
SUGAR FACTORS AND COM
Officers and Olreclere:
. P. Dlshop ., President
Ceo. II. Rouertson
....Vlco-Proeldent and Manager
W. W. 'North' "Treasurer
Richard Ivors Secretary
J. n. Gait T Auditor
Qoo.iRj Carter ',' Director
C. II. Cooke Director
R. A. Cooks lrcctor
A. O a rile j .. , Director
C. Brewer & Co., Ltd.
FIRE AND MARINE
Royal Insurance Co. of Liverpool.
Loudon A&UrAnce Corporation.
Commercial Union Assurance Co.
of London. ,
Scottish Union ft National Ins.
Co. of Kdlnliurgh,
Cniodonlau Insurance Co. ot
Amcilcau & foreign Marine Ins.
Chas. R. Frazior
Phono 1371 122 King gt.
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Kor All Purposes
Marine, Stationary, Pumping,
HONOLULU IRON WORK8 CO.
ARenlH for Hawaii
Chemical Engines and
For Sale by
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CoiiinHinp;, Desifrninn and Cosv-
Bridgts, BnUdinfrs, Conorete Btrue
tures. Steel Strncturei, Sanitary Syi
terns, Reports and Estimates on Pro
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olllca. COo each.
(Continued from Paya 9)
Archbishop, tho object of which is to
Induct tho King Into liln olllco na n
Minister of Ood. When this Is, done,
and not uutll Ihcii, ho may r,ccclvo
tho Insignia of royalty fit the hands
of God'a ropruAcntntlvc. First ho Is
Invested with tho npum uml aword
aymbollzlng Ills inllitnry ovcrlordshlp.
Then he Is Invested with tho royal
mantle nnd atole, which nro sym
bolical of his priestly functions. Next
the orb, which signifies that tho wliolo
world Is -Ctirlst'a kluRdom, la handed
In him, tho ring Is placed on his fln
ficr to seal his contract with .Clod and
his people, and tho scepter, "tho en
sign of Kingly power and "justico," Is
placed In his right hand, and tho
Rod with tho Dove, symbolizing equity
and mercy, In his left. Finally the
crown is placed on his head nnd ho
receives n Hlblo from tho Archbishop,
followed by hla benediction, nnd takes
his seal on the throne.
Tho ceremony Is completed by tho
rendering of hnmago by tho lords
spiritual tho bishops and tho lords
temporal tho peers.
There Is no reason why the corona
tion ahould not hnvo taken place Im
mediately after tho death of tho Into
King, but It has become usual to post
pone It for a year, In order that the
Court mourning may not Intcrfcro
with tho festivities which usually ac
company tho ceremony.
KING and QUEEN
(Continued from Page 9) ,
Most of tho crowned heads of Europo
have decorated him, and they rely on
him Implicitly to rco them through
public pageants llko tho coronation
procession. It Is notable that though
the Irish nre often charged with
being disloyal, Qulnn Is tbo third
Irishman In succession to hold this
guardianship of royalty. William Mel
vlllo preceded him as tho attendant of
King Kdward, nnd beforo that Pat
rick Mclntyra watched over the safety
of Queen Vlclorln.
Infinity of Detail.
Not only have the police to watch
for plots and robberies; they hnvo
to plan tho order and regulation of
tho streets during tho crowded hours
of, ceremonial processions All tho de
tails, from tho passago ot the royal
vchlclo to tho control of tho meanest
cab and the closing of street barriers,
have been drawn up, scanned and
flhally approved by Scotland YnnL
To show the drastic nature of their
planB, It may be mentioned that they
see to It tho doors of Westminster
Abbey nro opened at half-past six on
coronation morning nnd closed to all
but tha royal party at nine o'clock.
Nobody who drives to the Abbey Is
nblo to gain access to the line of
route aftor half-past eight Ab the
King does not lravo Buckingham Pal
ace till after 10 o'clock It will bo seen
that many a duchess and peer had to
rl6c unwontcdly early and go unfed
an uncommonly long time.
American crooks nre among those
blacklisted at Hcotland Yard. As many
of them nro of tho well dressed "swell
mobsmen" variety most of the leading
hotels tho favorlto hunting ground of
tho typo havo engaged special detec
tives to aid tho regular forco which
will be working at such high pressure.
MERCHANTS COMBINE w
BUSINESS AND LOYALTY
Various societies exhibit their loy
alty by offering coronation gifts to
Queen Mary. Her bouquet of pink
carnations camo from the Gardeners'
Company, for she has chosen this
flower because It btands tho heat bet
ter than tho ro3o, which la really
lingland'a flower. This variety was
Intiodiiroil into Kngland from Amer
ica Homo jeara ago, and has slnco
been very popular.
Secret Design for Fan.
Although the bouquet has entered
Into a mild competition with tho fan,
Queen Mary docs not Intend that her
acceptance of tho bouquot should
prejndlco Ilio business of tho Kan
makers' Company, for sho consented
lo accept fiom thorn a fan for uso
at tho coronation, on condition that
the article bo English mado through
out. Tho laco was woven at Honltou
from a secret design, nnd tho tortoise
shoil, of tho kind known as "blonde,"
camo fiom India In n raw state, to
bo cut and polished In Loudon,
Other morchnntH to comhlno busi
ness with loyalty nro tho Olovors"
Company, who mado the queen n pair
ot ombioldcrod gloves, and tho
NeedlomnKerB' Criinpnny has present
ed hor with a caso of needles, The
gift of needlos Is n dollcato allusion
to hpr foiHlncs's, for sowing.
Threads of Gold.
Into tho fabric, of inimy q tho cor
onation gowns that will bn seen nt
evening parties urn woven golden tis
sues nnd threads of gold. Uvcn whero
goM Is not employed tho fabrics nro
of unoxainplcd richness. Shoes for
evening wear of tho gaycBt,colors
will nlho bo In favor. "
The frock coat Is not, in fashion
for men nt tho various' coronation
festivities, as that cut Is displaced
by tho morning coat, dark gray In
color, worn with striped trousers of
a somewhat bold design. ,
GAY ERA IS
(Continued from Page 9)
the foico of circumstances they re
mained to n groat extent In tbo back
ground during tho Inst rctgn. It Is
nn record that nt n ball somo Ilvo or
six years ago tho majority of tho
ladles present had attained to tho dig
nity of grnndmothcrhood.
with the king nnd queen very much
younger than their predecessors on
tho throne, a mora youthful nttnos
phcro will certainly surround tho
court than has been the caso for some
time past. Their majesties' personal
friends nnd tho members of their
household nro for tho most part very
nearly of an ago with themselves,
nnd In two or thrco years' time, when
the Prlnco of Wales nnd his sister,
Princess Mary, nre old enough to par
ticipate In social gnyetlcs, tho young
er clement will como to tho front In
n way which has not been seen nt tho
Kngllsh court slnco tho dnys of
(Continued from Page 6)
Kathcrlne Coko and Lady Dcrtha
Dan kins. The Q'uccn's heavy and
magnificently embroidered train Is
carried by six Earls' daughters.
The scene when Queen Mary, ac
companied by her prelates and ladles,
moves toward tho altar Is a rich feast
of beauty and color, and a wonderful
Illustration of grace and dignity. As
the Quocn consort kneels Iho brilliant
throng, representing tho flower of
Drltlsh society and their foreign
guests, bend In devotion, a movement
that brings Into piny the scintillating
lights of n thousand gems. While tho
Archbishop of York recites n prayer,
the Duchess of Dovonshlro removes
Queen Mnry's circlet, cro sho goes to
tho place of her nnnolntlng.
Tho Queen kneels again, wlillo tho
Duchess of Hamilton, tho Duchess of
Portland, tho Duchess of Montrose
nnd tha Duchess of Sutherland hold
qver her n rich pall "to ensure n
seemly secrecy for tho anointing."
After the holy oil has been poured
on the Queen's head, tho Archbishop
of Canterbury takes tho Queen's ring
from tho master of tho Jewel house,
nnd placing It upon tho fourth finger
of her right hand, says: "Receive
this ring, tho seal of n slnccro frfith."
Taking tho crown from tho nlinr.
ho then Bets It upon tha Queen's head.
with tho words: "IleccUo tho crown
of glory, honor and Joy,"
Scepters Ohcn Kotcrcigns.
At tills point all tho peeresses pres
ent put on their coronets and tho
scepters nro delivered to King
flcorgo and Queen Mary. As an an
them Is sung, she and her escort re
tiro from beforo tho altar, and bow
ing low as sha passes her royal hus
band, sho Is Jakcn In state to her
own throne and remains seated there
until sho descends with tho King to
take tho olllco of tha communion.
Side by side they kneel nt their
faldstools, and laving usldo both
crown nnd scepter, both offor bread
and wine fpr their communion, and
also a purse of gold. Tho bread Is
then administered by the Archbishop
of York and tho wine by tho Dean
of Westminster. After the com
munion tha King and Queen resume
the use of the emblems ot royalty,
and to tho sound ot triumphant music
pass in state to tho seclusion of St.
Edward's Chapel. Hero King George
Is disrobed" ot his sacred vestments
nn(l arrayed In his royal robo qf
purple velvet, furred with ermine.
A procession is then former by the
peers and ecclesiastics to escort the
King and Queen from the Abbey, the
Queen preceding with her supporting
Wallops und attendant women, while
artlllory( thunders out n royal wel
come. Pre-eminently the spectacle derives
particular grace and beauty form the
attendance of (ho peeresses. The
presence among them of American
nnd Canadian born women Imparts
Intenscr significance to the royal
pageant In tha estimation of their
compatriots who nro in London for
tho coronation. First consideration
Is always given to the womon who
nro peeresses In tholr own right. Tho
list Is headed by Lndy do Ros, holdor
of tho senior barony of England,
Theoretically sho la entitled to render
hoinago to tha sovereign on behalf of
tho Karons, though sho docs not press
LORD KITCHENER BUSY
To Lord Kitchener fnlls tho task of
commanding the troops assembled In
London on tha occasion of the corona
tion, when, In addition to the English
regiments, soldlerB from Canada, Aus
tralia, South Africa und New Zealand
nro on duty In tho metropolis. A
program for dispensing hospitality to
tboso military visitors has been drawn
up by an Influential commltteo, of
which Prlmo Minister Asqulth, War
Becrotnry llaldane and Colonial Sec
retary Lowls llarcourt are membors.
Tho cities or Manchester, Birmingham
nnd Camhrhlgo havo also offered to
entertain some of tho Ilritlsh Colonial
troops during their three week's
(Continued from Page 9)
Norway Mr. Irgcns, minister for
China Tsal-chcu (eldest son of
Prlnco Chlng, tho regent.) ,
Chile Tho Chilean minister In Lon
don nnd also a gcncrnl nnd nn ad
miral. Tho following nro soma of tho rep
resentatives from tho oversea do
minions: Canada Sir W. Laurlcr nnd others.
Newfoundland Mr. Dlshopf mem
ber of legislative council) nnd tho
speaker of tho house of assembly.
Victoria Tho Hon. John Murray
New South Wales Tho Hon. J.
McOownn (premier) nnd tho under
secretary for tho treasury.
Western Australia The Hon. Frank
South Australia Tho agent-general
Tasmania Sir Elliott Lewis (pro
mlcr). New Zealand Sir Joseph Wnrd
(premier), Mr. Hall and Mr. Malam
Hongkong Sir Paul Charter (mem
ber of tho legislative council) nnd
Henry Keswick. rt,
(Continued from Page 9)
lieges. Tbo (llshop of Durham and
tho Dlshop of Bath and 'Wells wcro
kcon to secure tho right .to "support"
the king, which means nothing mnro
than standing by his sldo and looking
To tho dean nnd chapter of West
minster falls tho task of helping tha
Archbishop ot Canterbury coach the
King In tho rites nnd ceremonies.
Nor do they go unrewnrded, for they
mndo It known to tho court of claims
that they wanted to keep tho robes
nnd ornaments of tho coronation; nnd
thoso curiosities nro to remain In
their keeping, unless tho King de
cides they arc to bo kept clsewhoro.
Merely Ornamental Duties.
With tho exception of Karl Marshal
tho Duke of Norfolk,' tho bearers of,
historic names havo merely orna
mental duties, such as carrying trifles
llko tho orb, tho scepter with tho
dove, nnd other symbols used In tho , .
service, or certain swords and staves,
emblems of knightly service once ren
dered to tho crown In wny-back times .
by their ancestors. ty'
Ali'the Various parts hnvo been re
hearsed In Westminster Abbey, with f
the Duko of Norfolk as stage man
ager, who had to school and trnln
each participant Tho principal func
tionaries wcro mado to go through
their duties In cvory-day nttiro, and
It was a sight to seo tho Earl of Er
rol mcasuredty practicing his stcpa
as lord high constable of Scotland,
but holding n walking stick instead ot
u wand, or Henry Scrymgcour Wcd
dcrburn making nn umbrella, repre
sent tho standard of Scotlnnd.
Two ordinary rush-bottomed chairs
do duty for the thrones at these pre
liminary rehearsals, and anyone who
Is not otherwise occupied acts as '
deputy for the monarch, But when nil
the minor characters arrived at pro
ficiency, the King himself attend
ed at tho Abbey and wont through
his coronation drill.
Helps Carry (Irrnt Spurs.
Lord de Ituthyn helps the Earl ot
Loudoun to carry tho great spurs. '
Beyond providing, by deputy, n glove
for the King's right hand,' and sup- ,f'
porting his right arm when holding
tho sceptre, the Duko of Nowcastla
cuts no prominent figure, but tho -ducal
husband of tlnj forpier Miss '
May Coelct had to learn to be (he
graceful bearer of the start of St.
Edward, and In tho privacy of Floors
cnstlo sho may bo trusted to son that
the Duka of Roxburgbe moves hla
pedal extremities with tho corroct
and sedate motions that nro required.
(Continued from Page 9)
It might bo mentioned that when
tho Culllnan diamond, which before
cutting was no loss than ono and a
quarter pounds In weight, wus cut in
to two portions, u great number of
smallor diamonds wore mado from Its
"shavings," which wero set In various
designs for the uso of Queen Alex
andra. Tha King's crown Is simply one
gorgeous mass of Jewels, and so closo
ly sot that it Is almost Impossible to
seo anything of the framo or gold
setting. The huso of tho crown, two
Inches In depth, Is formed ot a ban
deau ot large round pearls and vari
colored Jowejs. Abovo are four groat
arches, which spring from the pearl
rimmed bandeau and surmount the
purple-crimson velvet cap. These
arches nro simply massos of splendid
diamonds, which glvo tho Impression
of bqjng thrown on In great hnnps.
Then comes tho orb, which supports
tho irjt. Andrew's cross, both being
composed or Immense single stone
diamonds ot tho finest water.
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