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title: 'Evening bulletin. (Honolulu [Oahu, Hawaii) 1895-1912, February 11, 1901, Page 3, Image 3',
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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, H. T.. MONDAY, FEBRUARY 11. 1001.
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aWaSfcifttV 6 Si
We Will Sell
For One Week Only
IN A LARGE VARIETY
1atb m m
1 .00 A Yard.
' NOW IS YOUR OPPORTUNITY.
N. S. Sachs Dry Goods
Visitors are cordially Invited to
call and Inspect our nailery of life
size royal photos, from Kamehamehs
I. to date.
At the Old Stand
On Fort Street ::
a New Lot of .
Beaver Lunch Rooms.
H. J. NOLTB.
P.O. Box 73 Islana Correspondence Solicited.
FINKE & ASBAHR,
Have removed from Mrs. Williams'
Undertaking Parlors to the CORNER
OF CHAPLAIN LANE, opposite the
Catholic Mission, Fort St., and would
be pleased to meet their old customers.
C. A. GROTE
Merchant -:- Tailors
Cleaned and Repaired
CLASS WORK GUARANTEED
Union St. near Hotel mou
bet ot 5 maps,
50 CENTS EAOII
On sale at office of . . .
THE . . .
HAWAII LAND CO.
Capital, paid up,
W. O. Achl President A Mftnafcor
M. K. Nakutu... Vice Presldonl
J. Makainai .Treanurer
Enoch Johnaon Secretary
Oeo, h. Desha Auditor
BOARD OF DIRECTORS:
J. W. Blplkane.
Tbe above Company will buy, lease,
or Mil lan.U In all parts of tbe Hawaiian
Islands; and also bs bouses In the City
of Honolulu for rent. W89-yl
W. C. ACHI & CO.
Brokers & Dealers
XT We will Bu or bU Bai EitaUln
ill puts oi the group.
tW We will Bell FiopertlM on Bmmb
bU Oommlnlonj 1
3FFICE. 10 West King Street
Real Estate Broker.
223 MERCHANT ST.
Property In town and suburbs
and HOUSES TO LET.
T. R. MOSSMAN
Real Estate Agent
Searcher of Title
' Plated Wore,
A NEW LINE JUST RECEIVED.
Gold Filled Spectacle Frames
Just the thing for this climate.
H. G. BIART,
IEWELER, 1010 FORT ST
Services Yesterday At
tended by Large Num
ber of People.
WAS IN ATTENDANCE
Cathedral Decorated With Flags
Places Set Apart for Officials
impress i v Se rvice of Bishop
Although tho weather of Sunday uf
ternoun '.van extremely bail, that fact
did not prevent a thoroughly represen
tative attendance at tho solemn mem
orial of IIcr late Majesty Queen Vic
toria, In St. Andrew's Cathedral.
While the church was not crowded to
overflowing, stilt It could not very well
havo held many more.
Tho decorations of tho church were
most appropriate, the principal feature
being the draping of the ilags of vari
ous nattuns national, consular or mer
chantabout the pillars of the body of
tho church. These, together with the
large Hawaiian flag at the main en
trance and the others at the side en
trances, were either tipped in token of
mourning. A noticeable feature was
the combination of tho German and
English flags sewn together and wrap
ped about a pillar near the organ. The
work of decorating the church was
dono by a squad ot bluejackets from
the Iroquois, whose services were kind
ly granted by I.leut.-Comd'r. Pond of
tho Naval Station.
Tho people began to arrive as early
ns 2 o'clock, a whole hour before the
time, announced for the beginning of
tho services. Tho space between the
choir pews nnd tho chancel rail on
either side ot tho aisle was set with
chairs for the Governor, members of
bis council. Judges of the Supreme and
Circuit Courts, Federal ofTlcers, Army
and Navy representatives and consuls
of tho various nations,
Thoso actually present were ns fol
lows: Governor Dole with Secretary A.
O. S. llnwes nnd Mrs. Hnwcs, Mr. and
Mrs. Theo. F. Lansing, Attorney Gen
cnernl Dole, Mr, and Mrs. John Ena,
J n. Atherton. Mr. nnd Mrs. S. IC. Ka
ne, Chief Justice and Mrs. Krcar, Judge
Antonio Perry, Judge Humphreys,
Jmlgo M. M. Estee. V. S. District At
torney Dalrd, I.lcut. Com, and Mrs.
Pond. U. 8. N. Paymaster E. P. Hall. U.
) S. N Major Knnls. U. S. A.. Mrs. Sla
, Iter, W. It. Hoare and Miss Hoare. Mr.
nnd Mrs. K. A. Schacfer, the Comto dc
Portlcrs, II. It. Macfarlane, T. It. Walk
er, llr. nnd Mrs. Lange, Ynng Wcl Pin.
Qoo Kim, Dr. and Mrs. Alvarez.
Queen I.lllunknlanl, accompanied by
A S. Clcghom, camo in shortly he
fore tho time of service nnd went Into
tho pew Just below tho chancel rail,
later, they were polned by Prlnco Da
vid. Four or five rows back wcro rc
Berved for specially Invited guests
among whom were noticed tho follow
ing: Col. nnd Mrs. Samuel Parker.
Mrs. S. C. Allen. Mrs. Irene Drown,
Mr. and Mrs. S. M. Damon. Miss Irm-
gard Schaefcr, W. St. Olffard, Mr, and
Mrs. George Davles, Sir. and Mrs. Paul
Isenberg and many others.
Tho services began promptly nt 3
o'clock, after the officiating clergy and
tho surpllced choir had marched In
and taken their places. Chopin's
funeral march was played on tho organ
by Wray Taylor and then enme the
chanting ot "I am the resurrection
and the llfo" by Ilev, V. H. Kltcat.
Psalm xc (Domlne, refuglum) was
chanted by the choir and congregation
and tho Itev, Weymouth rend the llrst
lesson, from Kccleslastlces 44:1-16.
"The Lord Was Sly Stay,' sung by tho
choir mid congregation was followed by
tho reading ot tho second lesson, from
St. John 5:24-30, by Ilev. Hamilton
Lee, Tho chanting of tho creed was
followed by an anthem "The Right
eous Souls" by lllghmoro SKeats
eung by a quartet ma'de up of Sir. ami
Sirs. Vannlman, Sirs. Hoffman and F.
W. Dcardsloy. Rev. V. II. Kltcat then
chanted "I heard a voice from heaven"
and read tho ritual prayers- of tho
church to which were appended two
paragraphs asking God's blessing on
King Kdwnrd VII.
Tho singing of the hymn, "Lord,
Thou Host been our Refugo from Ono
Generation to Another,' was followed
by tho sermon of nishnp Willis, who
was attended by tho Rev. Kong Yin
Tet as chaplain and carried tho pas
toral Btnrt. After this camo tho hymn,
"And tho City Was Pure Gold" nnd tho
benediction. As tho peoplo wero pass
ing out of tho church, tho "Dead SInrch
In Saul" was played on tho organ.
Tho tenor of tho whole sermon ot
Waliop Willis may ho summed up In
his conclusion, which was ns follows:
"God grant that far-reaching ns has
been tho lulluenco ot Victoria for peace.
and holiness nml purity during her life,
her Influence by her death may ho yet
wider it ml more extensive till every
Christian household Is ordered after
her example; till wherever tho English
tongue is spoken the nnme of Victoria
becomes a household word for ail that
makes for righteousness of life, for un-
Tightness of character, for purity of
social and domestic life. So through
out the world may tho heartfelt pray
ir ascend; nml may all who arc here
present be able In their dying hour to
commend their souls to their Creator's
hands with tho same confidence that
their prayer Is heard, that we entertain
for tho beloved Queen.'
At Y. SI. C. A. hall yesterday after
noon, a meeting was held for the pur
pose ot Invoking a blessing upon the
Student Christian Federation, an or
ganization which looks after college
An address by A. II. Wood, secretary
01 the Federation, outlined the objects
of tho organization. He said the Fed
eration was formed about llvo years
ago and Is composed ot students' or
ganlrntlons In every part of the world.
Local federations nrc maintained In
Oahu college and Kamehnmeha school.
The work of the federation Is practical
and It is having n marked Influence
upon the mcritl nnd Christian character
ot students In colleges nnd unhersl
Tho Young Men's Christian Associa
tion setB apart one day each year for
tho Federation or Students' League. In
an Introductory speech yesterday. Sec
rctary II. I'. Coleman discussed the
relations between tho two organlza
tlons nnd spoke of tho Y, SI. C A. In
fluence as the substitute for that of t!in
ficotrt Win Clinmplonnhlp.
The league championship was settled
Saturday In the gnmo of Association
football between tho Scotch eleven and
the Kngllsh. The result was in favor
of the former, who have not lost a
game. The English played Saturday
with two men short, losing tho dny
by a score of 1 to C.
Td CURE A UUt-U IN ONE DAY.
Take Laxative Dromo Quinine Tablets.
All druggists refund the money If It
falls to cure. E. W. Grove's signature
Is on each box. 25 cents.
A$6.00 BOOK FOR ONLY $2.90
Mtgner's Standard Horse and Stock Book.
A complete vlctorl
al cnc)cloio.Uia ot
ur hone cm licit. Tblt
book conului man;
hi tb trio unkuon u or
and eoucallfiJ tenci
a iiorws. cattic
thee? 4nd twine; alt
toullrT.doc. tec oul
lure, laciid(nff th
I.20O psici, ovei
tiolDtelr the Until
and moit TaluMi
tinners' book In thi
world. II olio con
Mill IT ipecUl col
ored lUtce. If yoc
dealre ItaU bonk, wnJ
lu our pedal otfei
yrlc. J.o, ana we
will lorwitU Ibe book
to you. if it li nol
wtufadonr. return It
it ur ITJUUU TOUI
Doner. Send for oar ipedslllluitmed rauiogue,
luotlnK tb. lowctt price on bookj, FUB. We.
auv. you money. AddreM .11 ordento
THE WERNER COMPANY,
toSikra u MuilHlimi. Akron, Ohio.
ITlM Wtfau Ceapuy U duouffily rtUftbU. LdUM.
IF YOU WANT
NEWS OF THE WEEK
in the Territory of Hawaii,
you will subscribe for the
During the SESSION OP THE
LEGISLATURE, complete re
ports will be published by
the EVENING BULLETIN.
HAWAIIAN TOBACCO CO., Ltd.,
Corner .Merchant unci Nuunnu Sta.,
nlMO MOTL2L. ST., opposite Uctliul.
Office 'Phone, 390
Save Your Wife
A House Telephone from
You will never
part with it.
We will install two 'pliones complete under a guarantee at a price well,
you c.mnot iiffortl to be without them.
The Hawaiian Electric Co., Ltd.,
Ptere is health indicated by
f 3IIIIIHIU race
Its an ideal tonic,an.d .
Beverage t aids digestion.
the Angle Lahip
ALSOjCAUnyACOOD STOCK OF HAHCJNG..
" .STAMD AMD HAMD LAMPS
AOENTS l-OK StrrlineLuMotlnBOIIi. r,Jlrho. Alwn Cn:nl, potllini Cmint. CUnl IV wj
Co , DlcWt U'ltJ lleltlng, Rxlie Hitbur Lira, C Nw Home hewing Michlnei n4 lnAmtilcan MnJ
Serine Mjchln. . .
DhALLKS IN Aeatrware, Gtawrr. CrovKrry Marneit, SlJJIes ani Lrath.ti, Runt, Braiv Bel
steads, Trunks. Vallats, Malllnes, Salrs. Linoleums I'uwJer ani Caps, (itneral Hardware and I'lantation
g'ffi! -W '"
il J I jts j&&lJ
" If you don't waul whlikey lo Et the best of you, you must get
the best of whiskey."
"1 do lady, but when a fellow'i only got a nickel he can't buy
W. C. Peacock
J. F. AORGAN, C.IIKOWN, P. IIUSTACl:, C. II. ATIIURTON.
I'reslaent Vle PresIJent Sccrelary AuJItor
HUSTACE & CO., Ltd., Qe"St.
DIALERS IN t
Firewood, Stove, Steam and Blacksmith Coal,
Also White and Black Sand.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
TtLLI'IIONU. MAIN 295. SPECIAL ATTENTION GIVEN TO DRAYING
Bulletin 75c. per month.
Works "Phone, 38.J.
Many Steps by Installing
Upstairs to Kitchen,
House to Servants' Quarters,
House to Stable, Etc.
Another Large Shipment
of Angle Lamps.
"THE ANGLE LAMP"
THAT NEVFR TAILS
It iftirii 1irot InCTti.M that
any larrr rouli br gooS enouch to
Uk tHrpijiCf nf drctrklt on ?!!
tfim, ft inch U th caw ol'h (he
ANOIGLAMI. Allmcr thtUlanJi
reopli rilixlne aay thflro'J
lirrp anJ frpliclnjj ihrm with this
lump, nt irrffly hy It cot
Niut onttrtiih at much to main
tain (cmt no ntfVct to loire pin
pie) Hit, beU Nine Infinitely
cheap"! It I tnre brilliant n4
mnip rrllaMe In the larjtain It l a
rtlaiion torfy nre who t wilt,
arj lrrr!y dfmrntratt? that the
oU-thlonJ lamp a a bat bar
out conuKance. the anoic lamp
nevff mnlM, ftmHIt or el any
iroubl Ullgh'fJ aij fitincuUheJ
a eally at r. anJ lithe Ural
HtEht fr m MTy itarJptlnt We
carry theelamp from $i to up.
T. II. Daics & Co., Ltd.
& Co., Ltd,,
W. II. IIOOOS,
Treas. ani Minae r
" ii i ri " -1 1 i n M'e.1 1 1 nlia tfiiisiirisill
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