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SUNDAY BULLETIN, HONOLULU. H. T., SUNDAY, FED. 10, 1902.
IN CITY CHURCHES
Musical and Dramatic News
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will soon be opened
Our big sale of last week Is over and we are getting ready to handle
the now "Spring Goods" duo to arrive on tho "Sierra."
Wo havo selected this now stock
Tslth great caro and the design will bo
a revelation of beauty to shoppers.
Many now novelties will bo Intro
duced and just as soon an wo get
tho goods arranged wo will glvo you
all tho news.
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The new goods Include PRINTED ORGANDIES,
MUSLINS, PERSIAN LAWNS, EMBROIDERED
SWISSES, DIMITIES, FANCY WHITE GOODS,
SILK MIXED GOODS, FOULARD SILKS, ETC,
N. S. SACHS' DRY GOODS CO,, Ltd.
Jean Gerardy, the cellist, who was
In Honolulu quite recently. Is In great
demand In the Hast. His bookings
An essay In an Eastern musical jour
nal Is headed, "Why the piano Is un
popular" Wo arc not aware that It
Edoardo Sonzogno, the Milan pub
lisher, opens, for musicians of all na
tions, a competition for an opera In
one act with a prize of 10,000.
Why Is It that Honolulu Is not abl
to maintain a string quartette among
Its amateurs 7
Blnco Mrs. Yarndlcy retired from the
Central Union church choir, Mr. A. T).
Ingalls, the organist, has taken charge.
Flllppo Marchettlc, the well-known
Italian operatic composer, Is dead.
Dr. William O. Perkins, a New En
gland composer and conductor of soma
note, died on Jan. 13. at his home In
Camilla Urso, known the world over
as a clever violinist, died recently In
the New York Infirmary.
The Golden Gate Park Band has
lately Included In one of Its programs
an overture, "The Sorrows of Tan
talus," by Suppc. Let's hear It Hcrr
Bcrger, and find out If It has any local
Mrs. Agatha Kellcy will preside at
Cathedral this morning.
The Amateur Orchestra keeps up Its
regular weekly rehearsals In the Y. M.
C, A. hall. Tho leader can alwnys And
room for new members. The organiza
tion will soon glvo a concert for Its
own benent for the purpose, of getting
more new music.
The Hawnllan Dramatic Associa
tion will give an entertainment. In tho
Opera House, on the 18th Inst. "The
Romance of Ellso" Is to bo presented.
Alice Nielsen, of comic opera fame,
Is soon to appear In Europe as n con
Adcllna Pattl has appeared again In
London. She Is said to lime sung In
much of her old-time manner, though
the upper portion of her voice Is much
Miss Iola Harbor, our local violinist.
will glvo a benefit concert In Y
M. C A. hall on the 28th Inst. She will
be assisted by the very best local talent
and deserves a full house, Mrs. Agatha
Kelley, late of Portland, nnd an ex
cellent musician, will play the accom
paniments. There will bo placed In the stecplo
of the new St. Paul's Methodist church,
at Lincoln, Neb, In memory of Wil
liam McKlnlcy, a set of chimes manu
factured In Troy, N, Y., costing (COOO.
The largest of tho bells weighs one
ton, and tho others vary In weight
from 125 pounds up. It has been de
cided that each day the bells will
cblmo "Nearer, My Oood to Thee "
No more coon minstrels for Manager
Cohen He would sooner the Orphcum
remained closed Indefinitely than en
gago another troupe.
John Philip Sousa, the bandmaster
and March King, has written a story of
loo and of a wonderful violin. All
tho Intensity, nil the bllthcness, all tho I
delicacy, all the unique dramatic pow
er of tho soul that gave the world
Its premier marches, floods this pas
sionate romance. The key of tho story
finds origin In the extra key on the
violin, a new theme comes into the
range of the Instrument, a new thems
comes Into literature. Mr. Sousa has
called his book "Tho Fifth String."
Howard Chandler Christy has set the
characters before the e)cs bewitching-
Jan Kubcllk, a youthful Polish vio
linist. Is nppcarlng In the large cities
of the Eastern States with wonderful
success both artistically and financial
ly. Ills receipts arc over (5000 a night.
Nearly every woman who attended tho
concerts fell In love with the boy, some
kissed nnd hugged him, whllo others
made googoo o)cb at him nnd sent him
A mosquito's delight In music seems
now to be clearly proved. Dr Jolly, n
natal surgeon, who has been experi
menting at Madagascar, where theso
troublcsomo insects swarm, and who
has written a lucid description of their
habits and modo of life. sa)s positively
that they are affected In a strange
manner wheneer they hear a musical
Instrument, especially a stringed one.
"If ono plajs In a room," ho says, "all
the mosquitoes that arc hidden In It
will begin to danco and If tho windows
nro open many more will dart In and
join In the sport. Moreover, a person
who plays in the open ntr Is soon sur
rounded by so many of theso Insects
that It Is Impossible for him to gle
proper attention to his Instrument "
Many Watch the Young
sters and Witness
Some Good Play
PUNAUOUS WIN BY TWO
GOALS TO NOTHING
Dodge Scores First Only Ten Minutes
After Game BeginsAndrews Gets
the Second GoalNotes
Central Union Church Hev. Wil
liam Kincnld, pastor Sunday school
and Dlblc class, 9.50, public worship
and sermon, 11; Y. P. S C E. prayer
meeting, C 30; evening services at
7:30; weekly prayer meeting, Wednes
day, 7 30 p. tn.
At 11 a m, Rev Wm M. Klncald
will preach, subject, "The House of
God," 7 30 p m. subject, "Life With
or Without God Which:"
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General Merchandise. Dry Goods, Groceries.
Japanese Provisions, etc
loin is si
A letter from Representative Kanllio
of North Kohala, was recently received new International Code Signals recent-
code or MM
A ciicular regarding the use of tho
by a friend, In which tho former gives
the following about a mysterious Isl
and which he claims to have seen-
"On December 25th of last year, at
11:37 a. m.. I saw an Island on the
Koolau or nothern sldo of Kohala,
about three-quarters of a mllo from tho
mainland. It was on a straight line
with the bay of Pahoa tn tho District
of Honomakau where I am at present
"I saw ever) thing from tho moun-
ly Issued by tho Bureau of Naviga
tion, which Is of Interest to masters of
sailing cs8cla and others, is as fol
lows Treasury Department, Bureau of Navi
gation, Washington, D. C, January
To Collectors of Customs, Masters of
Vessels and others
As stated In tho Code List publish
ed by this office for 1901, the new In
ternational code of signals came Into
tain tops to tho seashoro of tho Island use on January 1, 1901. From Junuary
wnicn iookcu ucep uiuo and ucauiuui i, lsul, to January 1, 1902, tlw new odl-
There were two mountains at a con- tlon of tho code and tho old edition
sldcrable distance, ono from tho other, were to bo used concurrently, but from
with a table land between. January 1, 1902, Information was glv-
"On the eastern side was a long en that the new edition nlon would
stretch of land running from the foot be used
of tho mountain to where It ended In It now nppenrs that the British
a cape, on which was a little hill On Hoard of Trade bus decided that, while
the west side of this capo was a llttlu It Is to be assumed In all cases that
bay. the new codo will bo used on and nftcr
I could plainly seo the surf rolling January 1, 1902, If signalmen In any
MAOOON BLOOK, MEROHANT hTREET.
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HOLIDAY 8TOCK OF TOYS.
Many new 8tayle Table Covert, Embroidered both of Qrass Linen and
Embroidered Piano Coven, Silk Handkerchiefs, Etc.
Heavy Pongee Silk and White Silks, Victoria Lawn, India Lawn and
Laces of all kinds. New stock of Swiss Embroideries,
DRY OOOD8 OF EVERY DESCRIPTION.
In on every sldo of the bay. Thcro
were no trees growing on the moun
tains or the kula land. Tho mountain
tops wcro serrated. On tho shore a
short distance from tho bay, I saw an
old Hawaiian grass hut and something
like a steamer entering the bay.
"I saw this beautiful and wonderful
Island for about three-quarters of an
hour and then It passed from my
At the conclusion of the letter, Mr.
Kanllio states that what ho saw was
not a dream, neither was it a vision.
He was In tho full possession of his
wits. It Is poBslbla that this might
be another caso of tho wonderful
mlragCB that mariners swear they lmo
8HOT A CAPTAIN.
Albert Marshall, tho farmer steward
of tho steamer Peru during a drunken
rage made an attempt to shoot Captain
A. L Plllsbury of the steamer recently
In Hongkong. Tho man shot at the
captain without wounding him and he
was disarmed by Plllsbury and put In
Irons Later ho was turned over to tho
police From all accounts tho steward
case can not mako out a signal by tho
now code nnd find It translatable by
tho old code, they aro not to refuse to
Similar action may bo taken In tho
United States, nnd signals In such
cases mado from vessels according to
tho old code may be received and reported.
It Is suggested that tho fact that tho
old coda has been used by a vessel be
brought In each inso to tho attention
of the Ilureau of Navigation, Treasury
A copy of this circular should be
posted at each custom house for the
Information of masters and other per
B. T. CHAMni:ilLAIN,
Appiovul O L. Spauldlng, Assistant
Secretary of tho Treasury.
STEAMERS THAT ARE DUE.
The first game ot the Junior Asso
ciation l'ootball League was plajcd
jcBtcrday afternoon at Maklkl. Many
people assembled to witness the debut
of the younstcrs nnd were rewarded
with a good display. The game com'
menced promptly at 3. IS, the line-up
being as follows:
Malic Illmas Goal, C. Ludwlgsen;
backs, H. Nott, Zelgler; forwards, W.
Osborno (captain), F. Dodge, 11. Ball
cy, linesman, C. Herbert.
Punahou Goal, J. Oilman, backs, L
Magoon, A. Drclcr, forwards, A. Dow
sett (captain), E. Andrews, S Dodge,
linesman, G Hatch Hcfcrec, J Stokes
The Punhous won the toss nnd Dow
sett choso the mauka goal. The
youngsters soon settled down In earn
est and the gamo was very fast, the
Punahou forwards being particularly
Andrews and S Dodge showed well
together white Nott unci Ludwlgsen
put up a good defense for the Mallcs
The Punahou forwards wcro not to be
denied nnd nfter ten minutes play S,
Dodgo scored a goal with n neat shot.
The ball was again set In motion, i:.
Andrews, who was plalng like a vetc
ran, obtained possession, and nftcr n
good run added another goal to the
Punahou lead The Mallcs now made
dctcrmned efforts to score, Osborne,
F Dodge nnd II Ilalley working herol
cally Hut half time was called with
tho score unaltered
Half time score Punnhous, 2 goals,
After a short Interval tho game re
commenced nnd a great deal of glvo
nnd take pla resulted The ball rapid
ly passing from one end of tho field to
the other J Oilman was, an two or
thrco occasions, pressed by Osborna
nnd Ilalley who were plalng n plucky
game, but with the help of A Drclcr,
he preserved his goal Intact.
l'lnal scprc I'unahous, 2 goals,
Next Saturdays game will bo be
tween the I'unahous and Wanderers.
The Mallcs do not play again for
two weeks and their rest should en
able them to strengthen their combi
nation Zelgler needs plenty of prac
tice. II Nott placd a good game but
as a whole tho entire team was slower
getting on the ball than Its opponents
Tho teams looked well In their col
ors and altogether tho joungstcrs
showed plenty of grit nnd will no
doubt develop Into good plaers.
J Oilman gave a good exhibition In
goal and kept n clear head
A Dreler gles promise of a sto
H Dousctt placd a good gamo at
forward but must learn to combine
with his men
E Andrews has played football at
Iolanl for oer a )eor and shows good
control of the ball
S. Dodge was fast on tho wing.
11 Nott placd n capital defense for
N Osborne plajed with great deter
mlnatlon but must learn to pass.
K Dodgo plaed a speedy gamo but
did not combine with tho other for
II. Ilalley is another promising for-
ward, but shows as jet llttlo combina
Herbert and Hatch as linesmen did
Christian Church K. S. Mucklcy,
pastor Residence, 650 Dcrotanla St.;
telephone Illuo 1C01.
Preaching at 11 a. m., on "Have We
a Itcvclatlon? If so, What Is Its Na
ture?" Subject of evening sermon It
"Christ's Threefold Ilclatlon to Its."
niblo school at 9 45 a m , Young Peo
ple's meeting at G 30 Seats an dee
at all theso services Tho congrega
tion cordially welcomes non members
The Baptist Society of Honolulu
Ilcgutar meeting first Sabbath after
noon of each month at 3 o'clock in
Young Men's Christian Association
parlors. A cordial Invitation Is ax
tended to alt.
Christian Science Services Boreta
nla Btrcct, between Punchbowl and
Alapal streets. Entrance "Non Pa
roll," first cottago to tho right. Ser
vices at 11 a. m.; Wednesday evening
at 7.30 o'clock.
Bishop Memorial Chapel Kameha
mcha Schools; Dr. W. H. Elkln, chap
lain Services Sunday mornings at 11,
except on last Sunday in each month,
scrvlco at 4 p m. Alumni and friends
Methodist Episcopal Church Cor
nor Bcrctnnla nnd Miller streets Hev
G. L. Pearson, pastor.
Subjects for today's services: 11 n.
m., "Conditions of Success In Spirit
ual Work;" C:30 p. m , "A Great Awak
ening;" 7.30 p. m., "God's Call and
Promise to tho Spiritually Dead."
Weekly Services Sundays, public
worship and sermon, 11 a. m. and 8.30
p. m.; Sunday school, 10 a. m.; Ep
worth League devotional service, C.30
p. m. Wednesday, prayer meeting,
Monthly Meetings First Monday,
2:30 p. m., Woman's Home Missionary
Society, 7:30 p. m, Epworth Lcaguo
business meeting; first Tuesday, 7:30
p. m , McthodlBt Men's Club; third
Friday, 2:30 p. ni , Ladles' Aid So
Parsonago adjoining tho church,
A welcome always, to all.
St Clement's Chapel, Punahou Tho
evening scrvlco at St. Clement's Chap
el will bo held henceforth nt 7:30
o'clock, Instead of at 7, as heretofore.
This is thought to bo a much more
Slnco tho Rapid Transit cars pass
tho door and tho scrvlco Is bright, the
music Is good, and all aro welcome, It
Is hoped that many will spend an hour
on Sunday evenings In worshipping
and praising God.l Young men are
specially Invited. '
Seventh-Day Adventist Chapel
Saturday, Sabbath school at 10 a. m ,
preaching at 11 a tn.; Wednesday,
praver nnd missionary meeting at
7:30 p m All aro welcome. J H.
Kawalahao Church Rev. II. II. Par
ker, pastor Sunday school, 10; morn
ing service, 11; evening service, 7 30,
preaching In English by Hev. W. D.
Westcrvclt; Christian Endeavor,
C.30; praver meeting, Wednesday,
Chinese Church (Congregational)1
Itov Eward W. Thwlng. nctlng pastor
Sunday school, 9:30; preachln- ser
vice, 11; Sunday school in English,
2 30; evening service, 7 30, Wednes
day, prayer meeting, 7:30.
Japanese M. E. Church a. Moloka
wa, pastor Sunday school, 10; morn
ing service, 11; evening Bervlce, 7:45;
class meeting, 8:30; prayer meeting,
Wednesday, 8. Services nt Kukul St.,
near St. Louis College.
Japanese Church (Congregational)
Nuuanu street, no v. T, Okumura,
pastor Sundny school, 10; morning
service, II; evening service, 7 30,
Wednesday praor meeting, 7 30
Deutsche Evangelisch Lutherlsche
Klrche Pastor Felmy. 1032 King St.
Sonntng. 10 Uhr, Klndcrgottcs-
dlenst; 11 Uhr, Gcmclndo Gotten
P. O BOS MS-
THE OLDEST QHi. '"BE FIRM IN HONOLULU.
DUn la Flo Sitka od Gritt Llmm. CbtotM iol JtpDi Good ol All ttili.
ito-tit Nquidu itmt.
The Bulletin, 75cts. per month
was very unpopular aboard tho steam
er and wns known as a troublo maker
Ho Is In Jail In Hongkong and his trial
will tako place on the return to that
Word was brought by tho steamer
China that the Klerra was not to havo
left San Francisco for this port before
the 9th Inst at 10 o'clock In tho morn
ing It wus even possible that rhu
would be detained later than that Sho
port of the steamer.
PORTUGUESE LITERARY CLUB.
I was being held for tho English mall
i which was delayed In crossing the At
lantic, nnd also on the overland mute.
The transport Grant which was, to
I have Balled from San Francisco for
I this port on tho 8th Inst., at noon may
1 arrive here today. Sho will havo one
day's later mall and papers blu? will
The Portuguese literary club which rcrnuln heio about threo day
was organized a few months .ago, "Is Tho Moana from Vancouver rhould
now doing splendid work nt all meet- como In this morning Sho bus been
Ings Tho club Is composed of twenty- delayed In all probability bv the samo
thrto young men of tho Portuguese weather which made the tilp of Iho
colon) of Honolulu, young men who China so uncomfortable rihuuln fho
aro tr)lng to do good for themselves nrrlvo after the China dep.i-ts this
and for others who aro not afllllatcd morning sho will be doiked at tho Pa-
wlth the club einc Mall wharf Should sho arrlvo
Asldo from the study of lilstorv'ssd before she will go to tin (Jminintlno
Penlel Mission Miss K. Uddenbcrg
In chargo Meetings aro held In th
hall on Nuuanu street. Just below King
every night ot tho week. Sunday
morning at 10 o'clock Dlblo study;
Sunday afternoon at 2:30, holiness
meeting; wharf meeting at tho foot ot
Nuuanu street at 9 o'clock every Sun
day morning. A Scandinavian meet
ing for ladles Is held ovcry other
Wednesday afternoon, at 2 o'clock, in
tho Mission Home, 471 Hotel street
Church of Jesus Christ of Latter
Day Saints (Mormon Church) Punch
bowl Btrcct Sundny services: Sun
dny school at 10 a. ru ; regular sen
vice, preaching, nt 1T30 a. m ; Young
Peoplo's Mutual Improvement Asso
elation, at 7 p. m.; primary meeting,
for children, Friday, at 3 p. m.; Roliof
Society meeting at 10 a. m., on Satur
day, All aro respectfully Invited to
attend our meetings and examine our
doctrines. Frco to all; no contribu
tions; services In Hawaiian. Elder
Wm. M. Waddaups, In charge.
Young Men's Christian 'Association
Hotel and Alakea streets Henry C.
llrown, general secretary.
Ucv W II Itlce. superintendent of
tho Antl Saloon League. wAl speak nt
t p m., subject, "How Faith Grows '
Dlblo classes nt 5 o'clock; lunch at C.
The Kaluwela Sunday School Sun
day school, 1: 30 p. m.
Maklkl Chapel On Klnnu street
Preaching service, 8 a. m.
Church of tne 8acred Heart Mar
qucsvlllo, Punahou. ,
St. John the Baptist Church-
INIIERITANCU TAX CA8L',
Tho Supremo Court, by Chief Jus.
tied Frear and Justice Perry, Justice
Galbralth dissenting, gavo u decision
yesterday In tho tax appeal caso of
Frank Halstcad, submitted on an
agreed statement of facts It is held
that Halstcad must pay the Income.
tax on his 20.C91.17, which ho receive.'
on June 1. 1901, from tho estate, of his
father, who died during tho previous
June. Halstead's contention was that
the title to tho Inheritance passed at
the time af the death, and that there
fore It was Inromo received beforo the
fiscal year for which ho was assessed
Another contention was that tho In
heritance, as federal tax had been paid
on It, was exempt under tho clause In
tho Incomo tax law which aB that
the Hawaiian Incomo tax shall not be
assessed on any bequest or Inuetltance
othcrwlso taxed as such "
The majority opinion Is that this
clause does not apply to a federal tax,
but only to Hawaiian taxes. Justice
Galbralth dissents to this vlow.
Cntlmllc AllHHlnn Dnnrl.
Tho Catholic Mission band has of
fered gratuitously Its services to tho
commltteo In chargo of tho plcme for
tho benefit of the widows and children
of the South African war The offer
has been accepted.
It Is announced that th? Mission
band will play, during tho afternoon cm
Washington's birthday, nt Ktllht wuk
and tho Hawaiian band will give a
concert In the uftcrnoon it tho same
St. Andrew's Cathedral Tho lit.
Rev. tbo lllsbop ot Honolulu, Parish
Priest, tho Itov. V. H. Kltcat 7 a. m.
Holy Communion; lu a. ra., Sunday
school; lo:30 n. m., morning praycr.llt
any and Bermon; (on tho last Sunday
in the month, choral celebration of the
Holy Communion); 3:30 p. m., pule
ahlabl; 7:30 p. m., evening prayor
Second Congregation Rev Alex.
Mackintosh, pastor. Services at 9:45
a. m and C.30 p. m.
Roman Cathollo Cathedral The
Illshop ot Panopolls Low masses, ho
ly communion, C and 7; children's
mass, with natlvo sermon, 10'30; rosa
ry, with nativo Instruction, 2; solemn
vespers and benedictions, 8; week
dnyB, low mass, C nnd 7.
Portuguese Evangelical Church
Corner of Miller and Punchbowl Sts,
Rev, A. V. Soarcs, pastor Preaching
In Portuguese, at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p
m; Sunday school, 2:30 p. m, con
ducted In English; W. A. Dow en, su
pcrlntcndent. Prayer meeting, Wed
Hliu 1 THE TRAIN
We have traveled by ocean steamer,
by stage and by rail We como from a
land of perpetual summer, where the
waves of tho sea dash on the shore
gently They sing "Aloha" and bid the
Traveling, says a wlso man. Is a
"Fool's Paradlso" )ct our Journey
across the continent has been a pleas
ant one. Wo are satisfied, and when
we say this we mean wo acted wisely
when we choso the Santo Fc route to
travel from West to East.
Tho conductors wero courteous and
obliging without being inquisitive.
Our appetites have been satisfied by
tho good things of earth. Good food
la what a Hawaiian Invea best. We
have slept soundly at night.
Wo commend tho Santo Fo Route to
tho people of the Infant Territory of
Hawaii To the officials, engineers,
conductors nnd porters we extend our
thanks nnd In parting say "Aloha "
AI1IOAIL K PARKER.
PRINCE DAVID KAWANANAKOA
PRINCESS W KAWANANAKOA,
GEO A DAVIS,
J. T M'CROSSON,
MISS ALICE CAMVHKLL.
Jan. 10, 1902
We think tho California Limited scr
vlco unexcelled The courteous atten
tlon shown by tho employes deserves
the highest praise
PRINCE D KAWANANAKOA,
PRINCESS D. KAWANANAKOA,
blograph). the members nro looking
forward with great anticipation to an
Interest 111 the political affairs of this
Territory Tho members aro now pro
Get your orders In for the special
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paring for an entertainment which will i, novv reau-y f0r distribution. Price
be given In a few weoks. 125 cents.
The Reorganized Church of Jesui
Christ of Latter Day Saints Mllllaril
Hall (rear of tho Opera Houso) 9 a.
m. Hook or Mormon class; 10 a. m,
Sundny rchool; 11 a. m., preaching
(Hawaiian); C-30 p m, 'inn's Rellgln
nnd Lltornry Society; 7:30 p. m.,
preaching, English service,
German Lutheran Church Rev. Mr,
Felmy pastor: 1032 King street 10 n.
tn Sunday school; 11 a. m.. congrcga'
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Tako I.nxrttlvo Ilromo Quinine Tablols
Ml druggists refund the money If It
falls to euro, b. W. Grove's signature
Is on each box. 25 cents.
M)stlo Lodge. No 2, Knights of
P)thias, has started the )car under
vcr) favorable conditions and thcro are
nt present several applications for
membership on hand Tho new board
of olllcers Is working In the proper
manner and will piobabl) mnke a very
creditable show I- g both for themselves
'nnd the lodge
, . T , ' Chancellor Commander A. L, Morris
St. Augustln's Chapel-Hov. lather llns ,ie(, Rrl,nted n three months' leave
Valentino In chnrgo Sacrament of ot )SCncc us he intends lo take a trip
tho mass. 8 30. to tho Coast for the benefit of his
This morning nt 8 30 thero will bo 'health During his absence Jnmes B.
mass with sermon tn St. Augustln's
Chapel In Wnlklkl. Tho full choir will
king under tho leadership of Albert
Cunha nnd James Dougherty will sing
Gorman, the vice rlnnoellor command
er, will take his place.
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