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HONOLULU STAR-BULLETIN. SATTi:DA JAN. Jl, 1013.
LANDMARKS IN HAWAII'S HISTORY TO BE SHOWN
, TONIGHT AT TWENTY-FIRST MEETING OF SOCIETY
Historical Orgarrzation to Hear
Interesting Papers on
The twenty-first annual meeting of
the Hawaiian Historical Society will
be held this evening in the Rocieiy's
rooms at tbe new Library of Hawaii
building, at which time various mat
ters of business will be discussed, in
cluding the reading of reports cover
ing the past year, and also the elec
tion of ofTicers for the ensuing year.
The Hawaiian Historical Society
was organized on January 11, 1892,
for the purpose of the collection, study
and utilization of all materials illus
trating the ethnology, archaeology.
and history of tbe Hawaiian Islands,
tbe first annua! meeting being held In
Queen Emma ball December 5, 1892.
The first officers of tbe organization
were Hon. C. R. Bishop, president; J.
8. Emerson, vice president; T. G.
Thrum, treasurer; Prof. W,. D. Alex
ander, corresponding secretary; and
R. R. Hoes, librarian. The society Is
not committed to any political faith,
or ecclesiastical creed, or tbe advance
ment of any one of tbe several na
tionalities which ' are represented in
tbe -territory of Hawaii, and Its object
Is to seek exact historic truth relating
to the Islands of tbe south sea from
whatever source It may reach the so
ciety. ; ' v .J ;? '
One of the principal Kerns of busl-
, ness at the first meeting of the nocie
ty was the appointing of a committee
.consisting of Judge Dole. Chaplain
Hoes. U.. 8. K, .and Prof. M. M. Scott
to rerort some method of cooperation
or affiliation with the Honolulu libra
ry Association to Insure the safe-keeping
of the material In the way of pub
lications, records, and books present
ed to the society. The Honolulu Li
brary Association finally accepted the
proposition of the society.' and- at- a
, meeting of the latter, organization 'on
April, 7. J892. the basis of agreement
was reported and unanimously ac-
1 cepted by-the members of the society.
' Immediately after, the, organization $
of tbe society, letters were sent to ait. Allyri, shows a large Increase In the
number vol people ! In other ' countries I already well-supplied library. Soon
who -were Interested In Polynesian
history, and many of them were elect
ed as corresponding members of the
society. At the time that the society
was but one year ' old. It had already
a library of ; which 4t v was n JusUy
proud.' It was the largest collection
in the, world at that time, and perhaps
Is yet, of books and pamphlets relat
ing to this portion of the globe. A
few small collections were purchased
and several were donated to the , so
ciety by Various people. The library
was dlTided-into two sections, tbfirst
embracing books and pamphlets . re
lating 'In whole or in part to the Ha
waiian Islands, and the second relat
ing to the Islands and countries: of the
Pacific ocean. These publications
were printed ' in the 'English, , Hawaii-
an. and Portuguese . languages.
Included bound volumes .of; newpa
pers. atlaseSrV pamphlets, ; and books.
The society was a success from; the
start, and at the nd of the first year
the original membership of twenty-one
had Increased to two hundred and 'fif
ty -seven. s : '
- Upon ' the Issuance of the nine
teenth annual report of the society
following the twentieth - annual meet
; ing which was held on January 29.
1912, success has followed closely up
on the heels of the society. .The fi
nancial condition of the society was
shown to be in good condition and
the report of the librarian, Miss Edna
The Salvation Army In Honolulu,
under the leadership of Col. Blanche
B. Cox, is to begin a series of meet
ings today, .extending over a period
of six days. It Is their annual con
ference, and the officers at work In
the -various Islands are assembling
for it The program is a most at
tractive one, and has been especially
arranged for the public, the private
meetings being but few in number.
All the services are to be held in the
Army hall, King and Nuuanu streets,
with the exception of Sunday morning
and night The Army hall has been
renovated and decorated for the occa
sion. Here is a brief summary of the
On Sunday morning, Jan. 12th. Col.
Cox is to preach from the pulpit of
the Central Union Church. Her sub
ject will be: 'The Cry of the Hills."
On Sunday night she preaches at
the Bijou theater, upon the subject
"Why the Battle Was Lost."
On Saturday night there is to be a
great rally and welcome meeting.
On Sunday afternoon a Christian's
praise meeting, to which all are cor
dially Invited, not only to attend but
to take part
On Monday night the subject is,
"Miracles, and How They Are
On Tuesday an especially Interest
ing meeting is arranged, being the
stereoptlcon lecture on the Holy Land,
showing 120 of the fine slides taken
by Col. Cox on her recent trip through
For Wednesday night another topic
CONFERENCE BEGINS TODAY
9mam. -- few? -vr-'v . r
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President ef the soeietv, now
'after the completion pi the plans lor
the new Library. ofHiawall, the so
ciety petitioned the ; trustees of that
Institution for space in the new build
ing to be utilised lor a proper meet
ing place and room .for. the society's
library. v This was granted after very
little deliberation,, and i the society
is now housed in : comfortable quar-'
ters,' with ample,. space,,for the .thou
sands of books 'and other publications
which have beencoUected during', the
twenty years bf its ; existence.' a
The Hawaiian Historical Society;
now' has one hundred and. fifty mem
bers, who are ', residents "of the lsr
lands and also ? thirty-tine correspond
ing members, scrattertd air over th, secretary, Edgar Wood ; ' correspond -globe.
' ' Vv ' r . Jofi -i If i ing secretary, Howard M. Ballou; 11-
For i the - past ; twenty . years, ever
since the organization, of .the .Hawaii
,n Historicaj 8ocretyj .the valuable
history, of the Hawaiian people has
awakened a' new interest In this de
partment of study, and this Is more
and - more being stimulated ; by the
society; There -are chapters in the
history of the Hawaiian Islands which
compare favorably with many of those
which have, been written for other
countries, and 1 it is the desire of the
society , to keep . in hand, the threads
of the History , of Hawaii which other
wise might be permanently , lost, in
order that hereafter they may be
woven- by the : historian Into a last
ing and symmetrical - whole. .;
of great interest will be presented.
CoL Cox will dress in native Hindoo
costume and tell of her two years'
missionary work in India.
Thursday will close the campaign,
with a public banquet at 5 p. m. and
a great musical festival at 8.
These meetings will be of peculiar
Interest to the Christians and the pub
lic, all of them being of unique char
acter, and it is to be hoped that a full
audience will comprise each one. All
. The program : '
Saturday, Jan. 11, at S p. m. Grand
rally and welcome to visiting officers.
Sunday, Jan. 12. 3 p. m. Chris-
tian's praise meeting.
Monday, Jan. 13, at 8 p. m. Miracles
and How They Are Wrought.
Tuesday, Jan. 14, at 8 p. m. Stere
optlcon lecture on "My Trip Through
the Holy Land."
Wednesday, Jan. 15, 3 p. m. An
hour with God. At 8 p. m. Muktifauj
in India. (Col. Cox will wear the na
tive dress and tell of her work in
Thursday. Jan. 16, .. p. ni Public
banquet. At 8 p. m. A musical fes
tival. CHRISTIAN CHURCH.
The sermons of this church are in
tended to reach the root of practical
problems. If you find it hard some
time to reach the ideal set for your
self, you will probably find help here.
Minister Peters will preach :tt 11 a. m.
and 7:30 p. in. tomorrow.
absent from the territory.
. Papers to be presented tonight are:
Admiral )V. H. H. Soutberland's nar
rative of "Incidents Connected with
the Election of King Kalakaua in Feb
ruary, 1874 to be read byJHon San
ford R Dole; -"The Ceremony of the
Mysteries," original translation of Ma
ori priesthood rituals, by .Francis J.
Green; : fThe Jlrst Hawaiian Histori
cal Society," , by Rerl W. D. Wester
velt; "A Study of Hawaiian Carto
graphy Prior to Cook's Rediscovery,"
by Rev. Fr. Reginald Ytendoorn.
The present officers are: President,
Geo. R. Carter; first vice-president,
Albert Fl Judd? second vice-president,
Wm. J)r Alexander ;hlrd" vice-president,
C. Montague Cooke, Jr.; Measi
urer, W. D.t "Westervelt; recording
brarian. -'MlFs E. I. Allyn."
Additional members board of man
agers: Dr. N. B. Emerson Bruce
Cartwright, Jr, Prof. Chas. H. Hitch
Trustee, Library of Hawaii, tA.
Standing Committees: Library Com
mittee, W. D. Westervelt, Albert
Judd, J. W. Waldron, Reginald Yzen
doorn, W. W. Thayer.
Printing committee, H. M. Bailou,
V. D. Alexander, Wm. A. Bryan, John
F. G, Stokes, J. S. Emerson.
Membership committee. Dr. N. B.
Emerson, Bruce Cartwright, Jr., A.
Hartley, Lyle A. Dickey,. Benj. L
A big rally of the Junior Christian
Endeavor societies and Junior Ep
worth leagues of the city will be held
in Kawaiahao church tomorrow af
ternoon, at three o'clock. The meet
ing will begin with a brief song
service and there will "be other spec
ial music. An interesting historical
sketch of the Junior Union will ij
given. Rev. Robert E. Smith of th
Methodist church of this city v:ll
give the address of the day, and A;..
John Martin will tell some ot his
famous stories to the childrer-. i.c
sides this there will be reports front
all tbe Junior Societies and a cc;-ec-tion
taken for a new Union banner.
A special invitation is" extended to
'every child in the city to be present.
SUNDAY MORNING CLASS
COVERS VARIED FIELDS
Tho subject-matter presented by
Mr. Kbersole in the Sunday Morning
Bible Class at the Kilohana Club
rooms is the product of years of the
most careful gleaning, and includes a
great deal about the gospels that the
ordinary study of these records might
not give. 1
The text-book used is Prof. Bos
worth's "Studies in the Life of Jesus
Christ.' but upon every lesson much
additional material is introduced. And
it is this added information and the
running comment on the text that
makes the class so instructive and in
teresting. This class is being attended by
JUNIOR C. E. S
TO HOLD RALLY
Tko only bddng poivc
czzfa from Royal Crco
Srcsm cf Tcrtsru
about an equal number of young teen
and young women. Some of them are
members of Central Union Church,
tbut many of them at net. It is open
to all young men and you?g women,
as well as to all youBg married peo
ple, in the city.
TWO SPECIAL SERVICES
AT CENTRAL UNION
Regular attendants at Central Union
church may be surprised tf hrar that
Lieut.-Col. Blanche B. Ccx Is to pre n a
there Sunday raonMnff. January 12M.
Tbe special occasioao(, tiejSlvat'oa
Army, Convention hf tfrii city, .iow
ever, leads- tfce chcfcti 14 wlqpme to
fts pnlpl t at the merging ''service a
representative of a cause not directly
connected with the work of tbe
church. Col. Cox will take for bur
subject 'The Cry of the Hills."
At the evening service at half
past seven Mr. A. B. Ingalls, organist
and director will present a special
musical program, Including that ex
quisite anthem by Buck "Awake! lui
on Thy Strength, O Zion!" Rev,
Doremus Scud der will give the ser
mon, speaking on "Things.-"
CEMK.4L USION CHCBCH
, Rev. Doremus ScudderTJ. D.. min
ister; Rev. Amos AEbersole,, asso
ciate minister. '
9:50 a. m. Bible School. Mr.
Vaughan MacCaughey superintendent
10 a. m. Sunday r Morning' Bible
Class for Young Men jand Young Wo
men. ' Conducted .by the Associate
Minister . in Kilohana dob t lecture
room. ,;, ,T 1. ' i)
11 a. m. Morning Worship. Sermon
by Lieut. Col. Blanche B, Cox of the
Salvation Army. "The Cry of the
6:30 p. m. Christian Endeavor
meeting "Christian .Endeavor In
Spain." Speaker, Rev. William H.
Oulick, who . has spent forty years in
Spain:v v ,
7:30 p. m. Evening service.- Spe
cial music. SermotU by tho tMinlster
"Things ! ,
A most cordial invitation Is extend
ed to all visitors and strangers in the
city to attend tbe services on Sunday
at Central Union Church.
FIRST METHODIST EPISCOPAL
Corner Beretania and Victoria
streets. Rev. R. E. Smith pastor.
The regular services of the church
are as follows:
. Sunday School, 0:45 a. ra.
Men's Bible Class, 10:15 a. m.
Preaching Service, 11 a. m.
Epworth League at 6:30 p. m.
Preaching Service at 7:30 p. m.
Rev. R. E. Smith, the pastor, will
preach at both services. His subject
for the evening will be "Wholesale
j Divorce." Good singlcg by. a chorus
uiiuu ai ioui services.
HOME OF TRUTH (SEW
1220 Kapiolani street, near Bereta
nia avenue. Mrs. M. M. Hunter-Jones
Sunday service. 11 a. m. Subject,
"Jesus in the Garden of Gethsemane."
"The Son of Man is betrayed into the
hands of sinners." Matt. 26, 45.
Thursday, 8 p. m. A class for Bible
study will be started. This class will
study the Bible from the standpoint
of practical Christianity, putting into
actual practice the teaching of our
Master, Jesus the Christ. All who
wish to join this class will please
bring their Bibles, notebooks and pen
cils with them, as this will be a class
of serious study, to be applied to the
daily life. This will b a proof to the
pupils of the promise, "There is a
spirit in man. and the inspiration of
the Almighty givefh'him understand
ing." All whom the spiirt so moves
to come and join with us, will be
All who suffer in body, mind, or
circumstances, will find healing for all
these false conditions in the teaching
of Practical Chritslanitjr. "Come unto
me. all ye that labor and are heavy
laden, and I will give you rest."
A metaphysical library is connected
with the Home, which is open daily
from 10 a. m to " p. m. A cordial in
vitation is extended to all.
F1RST CIU'KCH OK CHKIST,
All servic?s held in the Odd Fel
lows" building. Fort street.
Sunday services, 11 a. m. Subject,
Sunday school. 9: 4.". a. m.
Wednesday evening meetings. 8 p.m.
Free reading room. Odd Fellows'
building. Fort chreet. Hours, 11 a. m.
to 1 p. ru All welcome.
I retd it in the M;ir-ltiillciu. It
mutt be o.
Lcl Aloha (haptrr 3, rig.
Ail uittng mmber of Uw
srder ar cordially Invited to at
tend meeting of local lodg
HCJIOLCLU U)DE, lt B. P. . B.
Honolulu Lodge No.
16, B. P. o. Elks,
meets in their hall, on
King SL, near Fort,
every- Friday evening.
Visiting Brothers are
cordially- invited to at
A. E. MURPHY. E. R.
H. DUNSHEE. See.
Meet on (he 2nd
and 4th Mon
days of each
month at .K. P.
Halt 730 p. m.
Members of oth-
tfarlne engineers' er AssociaUons
- Beneficial are cordially in
Association vtted to attend. ;
WM. SeKINLKY LODGE. XO. 8
K. ef P. - . . ..
Meeu eveiy 2nd and 4th Batnr
day evening at 7:20 o'clock in
K; of P.!. Hall, - cor. Fort and
Beretania. . Visiting v brothers
rdially invited to attend. i
a, f. osrtz. a a
F. F. CILBEY. K. R. . '
BOSOITjio LODGE 50. 81 -
L. 0..0. JL
. v.i., ; .." : -.y
rill meet In Odd Fellows' building,
fort street, near King, every Friday
vening at 7:20 o'clock. ' - '
Visiting brothers oordlally tavtted
AMBROSE J. WTRTZ. Dictator.-
; JAMJE8 yWJULQJtot Secretary
., Oahn. Lodge, L O.
O. T wlD meet In the
roof garden. Odd Fel
lows" Bldg., first and
third Tuesday at halt
: past seven p. xo. .
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