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HONOLULU, H. I., FRIDAY, APRIL 17.
AN ANNUAL CELEBRATION.
pimuc iv.vuointATtov op tiii:
Y. ffl, . A. NKU VCAlt.
I.Mr ur Allilli'lKO iiikI FIiio Iliilert-iln-
iiirit-lti-iiirlM uud AddreoHtM
It is customnry for tlio Honolu-.
Iu louug Monls Christiriu Asso
ciation, aftor business hns been
dispatched at its annual meeting,
to adjourn one week and then
linlri n nnhlin inatnllntinn rt l..
now oflicor8. with readincr of ro-
porlfl, addresses and music. Las&
iijght Uio inauguration of tho As
sociation new year was celebrated
under unusually brilliant auspices.
Invitations to the publio through
tho press and by card wore res
ponded to numerously enough to
pack tho largo assembly room to
its utmost seating capneity. What
was parHcularly gratifying to tho
Association people was a largo
proportion of young men in tho
0. 13. Kiploy, nn ox-president,
in th6 absenco of Fred. J.Lowroy,
tho retiring president, conducted
tho nvprpiupfl. An ovorturo by the
Y. M. C. A. orchestra, first on tho
program, won loud applause
Thon tho entiro assembly whb
asked to Bing '"Hock of Ages" to
tho nccompauimont of tho orchos
tro, and tho standard olcf'hyinn
was thus rendered in a grand
volume of harmonious sound.
Rev. D. P. Birnio, pastor of
Central Union church, read tho
tenth chapter of Proverbs and
offored prayer. D. W. Corbott,
acting general secretary, rend the
directors' report of tho past year.
Aftor bodio genernl remarks on
tho aim and work of tho Y. M. C.
A., tho report makes roferonco to
tho largo addition to tho building,
with the establishment thoroin of
a well-equipped gymnasium. An
increase in tho nverngo daily at
tendance from 1G7 to 219 attested
the appreciation of the youug
mon of Honolulu for the Associa
tion's efforts to promote their wel
fnro. During tho year 213 young
mon and youths exorcised iu tho
gymnasium. Tho supplios to tho
reading room nnd library had
beou increased. Papers and
mngazines when displaced with
frosh stock uro distributed ovory
Sunday morning on board vessols.
Tho educational work had boon
aided by a gift of $500 from C. It.
Bishop, and 98 pupils are onrolled
in tho clnsses. Much remains to
bo done in tho social work. A
lecture conrso had benefited tho
publio and improved tho finances
Only 21 situations had been ob
tained in tho year, owing to tho
business depression. Thoro hnd
been a largo increnso in tho junior
branch, duo to tho gymnasium
attractions, and tho iiovn lind
drawn 439 books from tho library.
iteioronco wns matte to the three
roligious meetings held weekly.
Tho Sunday oveninc meotiiiL' had
fallen off in attendance, but tho
cause is suggested to bo meetings
in the churches nt tho samo hour,
ltov. 0. II. Yatman's revival sea
son, undor tlto Association's nub-
pices, is recalled with satisfaction.
Acknowledgment is made of tho
help afforded by tho singing class
and orchestra. All financial obli
gations havo boon mot as thoy
accrued, for which credit is given
to tho energetic nnd conscientious
treasurer, E. A. Jouos. Tho ad
ditions to tho building cost $18,
281.(51, of which thoro romains
811708.79 to bo provided. Tho 10
"Wo desire to testify to tho do
pondonoo of the Association upon
the bonoNoloneo of gonerous mon
and women, and record our grati
tudo for their liolp. Wo also de
sire to acknowledge our depend
ence upon Him "wlioco we are
and whom we servo," not only for
luaiorial gifts but for divine guid
ance, and w ciiiiiiuend His love
for men to din- friends iih the
Hoiiiiii) of hiHplmtloit for nil uoiini'
Mil. iJ. T, hmh now sfinu
"Jflihllanmll," wltli Tloliii ohlf
Joseph Rosen, and Wray
accompanying on tho
piiniii. An irrepressible oncoro
elicited another beautiful effort
from tho popular vocalist.
P. C. Jones, in tho nuavoi tublo
absence of his son, rend tho lead
ing items of tho treasurer's roport.
Receipts, including balance of
$58.05, worn &5127.12, and ex
penses, including a donation of
$550 to Evangelist Yatmnn,
$5120 57, leaviiiL' in hand yi.fm
I to this year's account. Tho build
ing luiui account is summari.cu
in tho directors' roport, but Mr.
Jones Btated that, with ail pledges
paid, tho not indebtedness would
bo reduced to $2173. Ono pledgor
of $250 had that day presented liis
chock for $500.
Mrs. Thomas Black hero re-
vTho bairuies cuddlo doun nt
nicht," describing nn affectionnto
mother and her thoughts whon
putting her litfio onss to bod.
(Tho prcpcnt reporter recalls his
sotting tho typo of this poem for
a newspaper, about tho timo of its
appearance, more thnn a quarter
of a century ago.) Mrs. Black is
an accomplished elocutionist a
prizo-winnor in hor nativo coun
try and she was heartily encored
oh this occasion. Sho responded,
with Southoy's humorous Cornish
poom, "Tho Woll of St. Key no,"
winning laughing npplauso.
A. B. Wood, chairman, road tho
roport of the devotional commit
tee It nlontioned tho sotback to
the work by tho cholera, and re
forrcd to the Yatmnn revival, jail
and ship missions, and tho ro
ligious meetings in tho Y. M. C.
A. building, without going into
Then tho orchestra came on
again with such nccoptanco that it
hnd to return to tho nttack.
Mr. Riploy now introduced tho
now president, Arthur B. Wood,
saying tho now officers woro com
ing into charge of ono of tho finest
Y. M: O. A. buildings, considering
tho sizo of tho city, on this side of
tho Rooky Mountains. They
wero certain ,receivo tho assist
ance of tho ladies, who annually
furnish a Now Year's repast for
tho VOUUCr men of Honolulu, nn
well ns, at ovory social, Biipply
cako onough nnd to spare. Tho
old ollicors had pleasure in boing
nblo to turn ovor to their success
ors tho now orchestra, as a valu
able adjunct in making thoir pub
lic meetings nttractivo. Addross
ing tho now president tho sponkor
bolioved that ho realized his res
ponsibilities. Ho hoped ho nnd
his associates would bring now
life into tho organization, ana con
cluded by wishing them godspeed.
Mr. Wood on stopping forwnrd
told his auditors ho supposed they
had been led to believe that thoro
was goingt to bo a revolution in
tho Association, when it was an
nounced in tho papors that the
work was to bo turned ovor by tho
older to tho younger members.
As ho discerned gray hairs com
ing in his hend, ho had begun to
wonder whether ho would ovor bo
n young man again. Ho would
not undertake tho responsibilities
of tho office if ho wus not sure
there was a band of enrncst young
men to take hold o tuo work.
"For you havo to take hold of it
and run it, as I do not propose tb
run tho Association." Mr. Wood
hero read tho list of his associates
and the ohairmon ho had ap
pointed of tho various committees:
A. B. Wood, Prosidont.
W. I. Warriuur, ViuojProsidont.
W. A. Love, Recording Secre
tary. li. A. Jones, Treasurer.
11. ?. Wichman and O. B. Rip
ohaiumkn' or com.mitti:i:s.
Devotional li. 0. Farmer.
Fntortninmont Wray Taylor.
Hoading ltooin and Library--
Ituception Krtwiu Rnuniir,
Toinpornuuo- Prof. Thoo, Uioli
nrds, JCdmmtlnuul-W. II, Uimilo.
ClyiniiaHliiin ), V. Oorlintl.
Visiiuilnn Mr. llhixnmo,
JflUDlipi" f, J. wtoy,
iij))K Jj. 0, Jninoi,
Somo of tho young men ap
pointed as chairmen, the new pre
sident continued, might bo sur
prised nt hearing their names
read, but thoro would bo moro
surprises in tho near future. Ho
folttho responsibilities of his now
position. Thoy rested heavily on
his a shoulders and would do so
until ho could shift tho work on
theso committees. Ho was very
glnd to seo many young mon pre
sent whom thoy didn't beo very of
ten nt their meetings, ami ho
wanted them all to como and not
bo afraid that thoy would bo
forced into work unwillingly.
This building was for tho benefit
of young mon, and ho wanted
them to make it thoir hoadquartors
and rendezvous. If they wished
to moot friends, make their ap
pointments for tho Y. M. G. A.
rooms and not tho street corner
or a worso placo. Ho hinted nt
tho want of a little raoro money
to wipo out tho debt on the build
ing. In conclusion ho again
cordially invited young mon to
nvail thomsolvos of tho privileges
of tho institution.
H. F. Wichman thon gave a
song in good stylo, accompanied
ou tho piano by W. L. Flotchor of
Mr. Wood announced that Dr.
Dillo of San Frnncisco would do
livor nn nddress Sunday after
noon. He also invited the aud
ience to remain for tho refresh
ments promised at tho close of
this entertainment. Mr. Corbott,
bobbing up at tho head of the
rear stairs, horo interjected that
none need go away for fear that
thoro was not onough provision
mndo for Biich a large number.
Tho orchestra again mounted
tho platform and concluded tho
music of tho evening with two
selections, tho final one being Mr.
Taylor's Y. M. C. A. march, which,
by tho way, is an excollont com
position. Most of tho largo company re
mained to bo regaled with ico
cream and n variety of cako pro
vided by the fair coadjutors of tho
Mr. Wood, tho president bo
auspiciously iustnlled with his as
sociate's, is a young man notwith
standing liis faint disclaimer
nbovo reported. Ho was born nt
Sycamore, Illinois, Docombor 10,
18G8, nnd in 1892 graduated from
Oberlin college. Ho served ns
genorul secretary of the Y. M. O.
A. at Brooklyn, N. Y. Visiting
Honolulu in 1891 ho bocamo
enamored of a daughter of
Senator Henry Wntorhouso,
whom ho boro away as
his bride to his Eastern homo in
1893. Returning tho following
year ho engngod m business with
his fnthor in-law and made Hono
lulu his pormnnont home. Tho
Association is fortunato in having
buuuiuu uuuu a inimcu worKor,
who is possessed of bright and
cultivated talent, and doubtlesB
wiso in placing him at tho head
of its oxtensivo and bonoficout
?0(VM Of ItOlll IIUUNC.
Tho Sonato Committee on Min
ister Damon's bond and loan bills
had a long session after adjourn
ment this morning. Minister
Damon was present and gnvo his
views thoreon. 'Iho Committee
consists of Senators Wntorhouso,
Wilcox, Schmidt, Brown and
Tho Sonato Judiciary Commit
too is in sossiou this afternoon at
Cecil Brown's oilico.
Thoro jb absolutely no business
of any kind on tho Senate table.
That body is wailing on tho
'Hint hniiiiHt'il InliHillclilr.
Investigation into tho finding
of tho remains of a seven mouths
infant iu aWaikiki stream yester
day afternoon was concluded by
the police today, and tho remains
ordered buried. No arrosts have
boon made in connection with tho
Itosidontfi in the neighborhood
of Punchbowl Htrcil and l'niioa
road (lomplitin of the total (iiiliiiMO
of IJieoMrin llgjit 1 1 that point,
'1 liy WfliH l liiimv I tlialr hum
Willi t fur nothing in ho ill (ihu
thin or puhliu aoiiYon mam,
Pkioe 5 Cents.
LEGISLATURE IN SESSION.
norii iioini:( Aiuouit.v ovkii
flXI, NKXr MOKDAV.
riilner lnii( I.miil ou wlileli to llulld
lliMltiil-IMr-Mlllc In (lie
I Lower Home
Fouty- Sr.vi:.vni Day, A run, 17th.
. THE SENATE.
After the opening preliminaries a
communication was received from
the House, stating concurrence iu
tho nuicndmont to tho joint reso
lution fixing tho limit for tho in
troduction of new bills.
Senator Watorhouso presented
n netition simied hv 327 niiinnun
taxpayers, which states:
1 TJmt there are about 5000
Chinese on tho island of Oahu and
about 10,000 on tho othor islands.
2 That tho Chinese havo in
troduced into these islnuds the
cultivation of rice which is a very
profitable industry in that it has
increased tho value of land here
tofore wild nnd uncultivated, and
is also profitable to tho producor
and ownor of the land.
3 Thnt your petitioners nlnini
and eontend that tho Chineso nre an
industrious, lawabiding nnd hnrd -working
people and form a dosir
ablo and profitable portion of this
4 That your petitioners havo
reason to feel grateful to tho gov
ernment of this republic for the
kindnosB and consideration shown
towards tho Chinese, and desire
to thank them for the sntno.
5 Thnt tho Chineso portion of
tho population in conjunction
with "Tho United Chinese
Benevolent Society" aro de
desirous of erecting a hospital
for tho caro of tho sick oud nlso
in connection therewith a home
for tho aged infirm nnd holpless
G That your petitioners are
willing to erect under government
supervision at thoir own cost Buit
nblo buildings for tho purpose
aforesaid and to mnintuin nnd
conduct them in such manner ns
tho government inspector or
Board of Health shall decide, if a
suitable piece of govornniont laud
is grnnted to tho trustees of the
United Chinoso Socioty in or near
Honolulu for such purpose.
Tho petitioners thoreforo pray
thnt tho Executive or some honor
able inombor thereof will intro
duce a bill for tho purposo sot
out in this petition nnd that tho
samo may pass and bpcomo law.
Referred to tho Committee on
A communication was recoived
from O. T. Rodcers. snerntnrv of
thocommitteo of arrangements, in
viting tho oilicers and members of
thoSonuto to attond thoOddFollows
basket picnic at SaiiB Souci ou
Senator Brown introduced a
bill repealing Soctions 1330 and
1331 of tho law relating to the
disposition of property in cases
of divorce for adultery. Read tho
first time and ordered typo-written.
Sonator Watorhouso introduced
n bill to amend Chnptor 43 of the
Laws of 1890, rotating to corpora
tions. Referred to the Printing
Sonator Lyman gnvo notico of
his intention, to introduce a bill
providing for tho redemption of
real estate aftor bale undor fore
closure Sonato Bill 28, amending the '
act to regulate the issuing
of pntonts, came up on socoud
reading, passed uuiciinously and
was niado tho special order for
Houso Rill 17, concerning
libidinous bolicitation, poesed iho
first reading. Undor Husponsion
of tho rules it was rend a second
timo and referred to the Commit
too on Publio Health and Morals.
House Hill 20, abolishing tho
oilico of Commissioner of J'nvaio
Ways nnd Wutor llightH, wiw road
tho Hiicond timo by title ami re-fin-rod
to I ho Judiciary Uoniiijitttt!).
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