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SUNDAY BULLETIN. HONOLTJLU, H. T., SUNDAY, FEDnUAIlY 23, 1902.
Prince Henry of Prussia in America
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REAR ADMIRAL EVANS. WHO WILL WELCOME PRINCE HENRY.
It Is Mill thnt Prince Henry of I'riwln Is rsrwlntly plmmil lnTaiiKo lie li
to bo welcomed on behalf of the United Stiites limy by Itcnr Ailtulrnl Itnblr?
D. Evnns. Tbo prince has met "Fighting Hob" befoiu, mill tliew Is betncen
them something more than a sailors' frlcmlKhlp.
ACROSS THE CONTINENT FROM
THE TRAINS DAILY
FROM SAN FItANCISCO.
TWO TRAINS DAILY
trtj THREE DAYS to Chicago.
Only FOUR DAYS to New York.
Wlnin Palace Sleepers. Buffet. Smok.'.. .. of . ,. ..... be bl
Ini ud Library Cars, with Barber
tliop and Pleasant Reading Rooms.
Dining Cars (Meals a-la-caite).
Free Reclining Chairs.
Pullman Ordinary Sleeper.
I. X. LOTHROP, General Agent.
IIS Third street, Portland, Oregon.
. W. HITCHCOCK, General Agent,
Ho. 1 Montgomery St.,San Francisco
a. L. LOMAX, Q. P. & T. A.,
1471 Omaha, Nebraska.
Hawaiian Tramway's Time
KING STREET LINE.
Cut lesvs Wslklkl tor town st s'.s, 6.1 j, (:,) A M.
sad (very is tnlnutss therttftcr till 10 43, 11:1s And
11 l P.M. fiom Walklkl t 10 lb Puiuhou St.bl.l.
Cm l.svs K Ring, uf Paws switch for town at
S SJA.M. and tvery is minutes th.raattcr 1111 tt.oBp.M.
Cars Itavt Fort and Kin? strtct. eorn.r lor Palama
at 6.10 a.m. and avcry is ninutas after till n:as
Cars leava for Patama only at s and s:)o A M.
" cars leav Palama lor Waklkl s esA M. and every
Cars leave Fort and Kin; streets corner lot Kills I
Cars leave Fort and Klnc streets corner for Walklkl
'o.n.'.'c.u .,.. .. ..-..
Cars leave Punahou Stable lor Town at ,:j. and
lor Town and Valley at s 40 s so 6.10 t.so 6 40 e and 1
Cars leave Oatiu College for town and Valley at
w;jo o 30 ana 7:10 A.m ana ever) 10 minutes ml 1010
P.m. except the even hour and half, hour cars which
0,!".."nuu... Valley at 6 6.,o 0.50 A.M and
every 10 minutes thereafter tin 10 so p.m
Cars leave Fort and Queen streets lor Punahou
Collets at 60s o.ej 04SA.M and every 10 minutes
a (fat tllln II D U A has ti at thai r - . Da ah.
Telephone to All Parts of the Island.
KEALAKEKUA, - HAWAII
J. G. IIENRIQUES, PItOP.
Horses and Carriages
. To the Volcano or the Mountains,
An excellent chance ls offered for
SED THE COUNTRY.
Carriages meet tho 8. 8. Mauna um
it Kallua and take passengers overland
to HooVena, where the steamer U met i
Oa R. & L. Co.
From and after January 1, 1899.
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F O. SMITH, Oen'l Pass. & Ticket Agt '
O. P. DENISON, Superintendent I
The St. Petersburg Novostl sets
forth the strictness of the IUisbIiiii re
ligious laVB. The change of one's
fulfil, the pausing from one church or
religion Into another. Is prohibited un
der Bcvere penalties.
The Pilgrim Missionary says: As
a missionary factor. It Is Impossible
to estimate the value of the Sunday
school. Hut for Its presence and In
fluence many communities would be
The Unlveisallst Lender has the fill-
I lowing: The Christian church can no
longer be small. If It Is to take its
enough to guide.
The Advance believes that the need
of optimists In the churches was never
moro apparent than now. Hut the pes
simist. It atlilB. has the floor, and he
pictures the state of the churches In
The Congrcgatlonallst says: Fifty
years ngo Christians prayed that God
would open tho door for tho entrance
or the gospel of Christ Into heathen
nations. There are no closed doors
now to moo to such prayer.
Rev. J. J. Gilchrist says In the Ne-'
York Observer: There are too n.oi y
contenteuiy preach to a congregation
, , .. , , . . ,
of ne hundred or Icbs members, and
eglo to preach twice or thrice a
week to spiritually ovcifll! hearers,
while there is neither money nor men
'" "t "trctchers of country wbosi
Ir - eople (some of them nt least) woin.t
rcJolc0 to ncnr )no ""moil per montll
The Russian peasants bolleo that
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"I-0" tnc H'ons of the saints that Is,
H-10" tlle Portrait of the holy men
approved by the .Mother or God anil by
God himself rests the Invisible but
evcr Present benediction of tho Holy
Ghost, healing and winking miracles,
,n nccoriln,lco wth le snint-a w'.
but not without tho faith of tho wor
shippers by whom the Ikons nro kiss
ed and adored. This Is tho leason
why tho sacred portraits, In the eyes
of trim believers, often take on tho
scmblanco of life.
Dr. W. II. Mllburn, tho blind chap
lain of the Senate, thinks he may fair
ly lay claim to tho title of "grandfntli
ei of tho Houso." Ho entered tho
forvlco of that body ten ycarB beforo
John Sherman of Ohio and Justin S
Morrill of Vermont, who wero termed
"fathers or tho House." Mr Mllburn
was first elected chaplain of Congress
In 1843, being then u resident of I 111
nols nnd linlflng fiom tho Congrcsslon
al district repieaentcd by Lincoln
1 Halo and hearty, despltt his four
Bcoro yea is. Itcv. Dr. Thoodoro L Cuy
ler. the oldest pastor In Brooklyn,
preached a vigorous liermnn In tho
'I.afavetto Avenue Pi esbvtorlan Church
jusi ancr ceienrating nis uirtnuay
Dr. Cuylcr ls now emeritus pastor of
tho church named. In tho courso of
j a brief personal talk ho said that dur-
Ins his fifty-six years' scrvlco as
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to his homo on n Sunday.
Al n.iltnn. Southern Catlrorma. salt
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' 8" Plentiful that It Is obtained by
Prince Henry of Prussia nrrlvcd In
New York yesterday. Thc following
program for Ills visit has been an
nounced by thc State Department:
Saturday, Feb. 22. Arrlal In New
York harbor, probably about noon, on
Kronprlnz Wllhclm of North German
Lloyd Line. Admiral nvnns, command
ing the North Atlantic squadron, will
meet the strnmer at quarantine station
nml conduct his Royal Highness,
Prince Henry of Prussia, with his
suite, to thc Hohcnzollern, which tho
President's delegates will then visit to
extend grcetltfg. Visit of thc Mayor of
New York. Exchange of military lslts
during the afternoon. Prlnco Henry
and his suite will nltend thc Irving
Place Theater and return to the Ho
hcnzollern for the night.
Sunday, Kcb. 23. In the morning,
religious cxci cites on board thc Ho
hcnzollern. If the weather Is fnvor
nblc n visit to the tomb of Gen. Grant
In the afternoon. Private entertain
ment by the Dctitschcr Vereln. Leave
for Washington In thc evening by spe
cial train on the Pennsylvania Rail
road. Monday, Kcb. 2-1. Short stop at Ual-
A few months ago the Ilulletln s r, ,, , . , ,
ofTlcc was favored by a call fiom Mr.ivOQ raSnlOIlS MQ AHlbl'
Carl K. Hclsslnger, an educated and
vcrsatllo young man from Venturn !
county, California, who was on his way I
to Manila. IJeforo going theie Mr. I
Hclsslnger was a teacher of languages
In the Thacher school In the OJal Val
ley nnd It wns his knowledge of tho
Spanish language, probably, that
duced him to try his fortune In tlio
Philippines. He recently contributed
a letter on Manila to his home paper.
It Is here reproduced:
i nree inunins nae ciapseu since my I
arrival In this "Lnnd of Promise." nnd '
although this Is a short time for obser-'
vatlon, I will risk a description nnd nil
opinion on some of the subjects dis
cussed here dally.
Manila Is supposed to have n popu
lation of 300,000 Inhabitants. This
estimate seems very high to a now-
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u.e .iiuny uimying Districts inciutieu in
this estimate, nnd on feast-days and
holidays, when the bouses are emptied
of their human contents, one Is sur
prised at the enormous crowds.
Quite a Small City.
Manila proper, that Is, tho walled ls sccnrally filled with steamers and
city. Is really quite small. It Is sltuat- sailing vessels nt nnchor. and Innu
ed on thc south sldo of the Paslg river, ' nicrablc small cralt, such ns launch
and Is surrounded completely by a very , " boats, canoes nnd clumsy lighters,
massive, high wall, which Is In n per-' There is no end of whistling, trying
feet state of preservation. People who to keep out of each other's wny. The
have traveled much In Europe claim tialflc mor this bridge Is enormous,
that this Is one of the best walled there being n continuous string of
towns left us from mediaeval times. , wngons nil day long passing back and
If I nm not mistaken, It was begun loith.
late In the lCth century by Legnspe. Gambling and Drinking.
Some sentimental people lament thnt ' The United States postofflce, to
an order has been passed to tear the ' which we Americans like to go on
walls down, so as to give moro space mall days, Is n busy place when tho
to tiaffic. I, for one, shall be glad arrival of a transport from the United
when they are down, as I am tired of States Is announced. I doubt whether
being spattered all over with mud many people In thc OJnl know what
when passing through ono of the gates ' great quantities of mall come over
and meeting a vehlclo coming throuch here. A trnnspoit hardly ever has less
at the same time. As two vehicles can- than 300 bags, but oftcner there nre
not pass each other In the gates, a COO or 800, or even more bags to be
policeman has to be stationed at cither , or more to pass through from the
end, so ns to avaold collisions. 1 have other side. This Is a very vexatious
teen ns many as a dozen wagons on loss of time and against all American
ono side of a gate waiting for n dozen Ideus of public truffle,
cnllcd, contains mostly residences, ho- The walled city, Intrnmiuos, as It Is
tcls, etc.; most of the Catholic oiders distributed. It has taken as long ns
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PRINCE HENRY OF PRUSSIA
This view shows Prlnco Henry, w ho Is tho nation's guest, standing on
tho deck of tho Imperial yacht Kohcrt rollern. Tho photograph was taken
during a recent visit of tho Prince t o Kiel, whoro tho yacht was Eelng di
ed for her voyage. In tho backgroun c, nro sovernl of tho officers who will
accomrnny Prlnco Henry ob mem'jer b of hlo staff. Tho young men on the
right nre his nephews, sons of tho Kaiser.
Programme is Arranged
at Washington for His
tlmore at 9 a. m. Arrival nt Washing
ton nt 10:20 a. m. Mllljnry escort
from the Pennsylvania Railroad sta
tion to the White House, nml thence to
tbo German Embassy. The President
will return the visit of the Prince nl
noon. Visits of Ambassadors and Min
isters. Visit to the Capitol nt 4 p. m.
Dinner at the White House nt C:30 p.
in. After dinner tho Prince will re
turn to New York by special train on
the Pennsylvania Hnllroad, Departure,
of tho President and his party for Jer
sey Slty by the Pennsylvania Railroad,
Tuesday, Kcb. 23. Departure of the
Prince nnd his suite and of the Presi
dent and his party from Jersey City for
the shipyards of tho Townscnd Down
ey Shipbuilding Company nt Shooter's
Island. Launching of the yacht of his
Imperial Majesty, the German Kmper
or, at 10:30 a. m. Lunch to tho Presi
tions of Americans in
Uncle Sam's Domain
In Far East.
ln-',m0 t,lch. chllrchcB nml conventg
lhere al(, , UnUci, st(tCH Gmcrn.
j meIlt offlccg OCCUI,y tll0 RIcatcr ,
of the larg(;r bllI(ilng8.
, Bu,y Scene on )e Rver-
The "Pcnto dc Espana (llrldgo of
Spain)," cunnccts Manila with the
north side of the rler Paslg. Here are
thc districts of San Nicolas, Qulnpo, '
and lllnondo with Its well-known "Es-J
culta, "thc chief business street of
Manila. A location for an office or
store on this street Is much sought,'
and many hotels ami boarding houses
ndvertlso "so many minutes' walk from
Small coasting vessels, up to S00
tons, can enter the river and pass up
ns far as the llrldge of Spain. The
scene which one observes from this
bridge Is ery Interesting. The river
THE DECK OF THE
dent on board thc Hohcnzollern at 1:30
p. tn. Visit of the Prlnco to the Mayor
of New York In the afternoon. Dinner
of the Mayor of New York nt 0:30 p. m.
GIa opera at the Metropolitan Opera
House after tbo dinner.
Wednesday, Kcb.2C Luncheon with
representatives of commcrco nnd In
dustry nt 12:30 p. m. Sightseeing In
New York-In tbo afternoon. Torchlight
concert nt thc Arlon Club nt C:30 p. tn.
Hanquct of tho press of tho United
States nt S p. in. Special ferry to the
Pennsylvania Railroad nt 12 midnight
and Journey to Washington.
Thursday, Keb. 27 Arrival of Prince
Henry nt Washington and escort to
tho German Embassy. Memorial ex
orclfecs to President McKInloy In tho
Houso of Representatives, the Prince
nnd his suite nttciidlng. Visit In thc
nftcrnoon to Mount Vernon.
Krldny, Kcb. 28 Visit to Annapolis
In the forenoon. Luncheon nt Annapolis
nt 12 noon. Reception nt the Navy De
partment 3 to S p. m. Dinner at the
Saturday, March 1 Departuro of the
Prlnco and his suite for his Southern
and Western tour on special train.
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two days to distribute It all, but who
minds that as long as he gets a letter
or two from home.
Letters- arc of moro Importance to
us here, as they show us that wo havo
kind friends who have not forgotten
us. It Is difficult to find congenial
people here. Everybody Is here for tho
money that Is In It, and I have yet to
find thc American who does not figure
how long It will take him to get back.
Naturally the social side of our life
Is somewhat dull. Amusements are
mostly of the lower order, and many
men who would not think of drinking
to excess In tho "Stntes," consider n
howling drunk here fun. Gambling
flourishes, and although It Is prohibi
ted by law, people can generally get n
chance to try their luck If they wish.
One wholesale house sold In one fore
noon about D00 cases of whiskey. I
Baw the bills myself. This ls only one
of many. Nearly every wholesale
house Is agent for some blend or other.
Streets and Sidewalks.
The streets of this town arc very
unsatisfactory to the American, Tho
sidewalks consist of all kinds of ma
terial, brick, stone, dirt, crushed rock
nnd whut not. They nre narrow and
very uneven, and walking Is very un
pleasant, as you arc foreer stubbing
your toe or fnlllng Into n pit. Dut 1
will say that these things will all bo
overcome In n few years. Improve
ments are going on dally. Tho center
of some streets, after a rain. Is one
mnss of thin, doughy mud, Just thin
enough to be rnlscd by thc wngon-
wheels nnd scnttcrcd broadenst.
Luckily, tho rainy season only lasts
about five months; It Is nearly over
I ennot give n satisfactory account
of the climate for a wholo year. On
my arrival I found It very hot, yet 1
urn told that the real hot weather docs
not begin till March or April. SInco
August It has been getting cooler
every mouth and now tho weather Is
quite pleasant. The nights are cool
and comfortable, and tho morning a(r
Is very bracing. Ono cannot wish for
u plcasanter cllmato than It Is now
(December). I was also told that tho
mosqlutoes would eat me up bodily.
So far they have troubled mo very
little. Still, we never sleep without
n mosquito bar over our beds.
The Klllplno bed, by tho way, Is a
primitive nffalr. It consists generally
of a rattan frame coercd with a bam
boo mat one sheot und two pillows,
Thnt Is nil. There Is no mattress or
blanket to mnko It warm, as the cll
niatasupplles all necessary heat, but
there is nothllig to relievo Ub board
Itko hardness; however, one soon gets
used to this.
The resources of these Islands nre
enoi mous according lo nil accounts.
It lg difficult, howeer, to develop them
on account of the labor problem. Tho
native does not enro to work any moio
than Is necessary to gain a livelihood.
Tluee days out of a week Is a maximum
for most of them. In that time they
can make money enough to buy tho
lice and ftsji they need. A pair of trou
sers or a skirt Is all that Is necessary
for wealing upparel. As we employ n
number of men In our lumberyard, I
have n good chnuco to observe their
time of labor during tlio week. They
ange from a half day per week to six
days per week. Those who work six
days out of a week get a premium of
20 cents Mexican per day. The Impor
tation of Chinese laborers Is urged by
some as a remedy for this labor trou
ble, They aie lellable and steady work
ers, and for this reason much to be de
j sired. On tho other hand, they are
much hated by the Filipinos, and they
would need a guard of soldiers to pro-
tcct them, when working out In the
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PRINCE HENRY OF PRUSSIA, NOW THE NATION'S GUEST.
The visit of Prlnco Henry of Prussia promises to bo a most spactular
event. The Prince comes over In tho Imperial yacht Hohcnzollern. Ho
has been sent by his brother, the Kaiser, to be present when Miss Roose
velt chrllstcns tho new racing yacht which has been bunt for the Emperor.
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i BOYS' APPETITES i
An English schoolmaster lias Just
completed an exhaustive research Into
tho subject of a boy's capacity for
food. In summing 'up tho case, says
a writer In the New York Journal, he
Is frank to admit that, while ho found
n superabundance of capacity there
was actually little or no limit.
Perhaps, after rich cake, both fruit
and plain, tho first In favor, according
to tho schoolmaster ,1s condensed mill:.
This Is often eaten without a spoon
by simply making two small holes In
tho top of thc can and placing tho
lips against them. Then after this
came chocolates) of all descriptions,
plain chocolate, chocolate cream, choc
olate candy, chocolate cake.
"It may bo thought I am exaggerat
ing," says ho, "when I say that I have
seen n boy aged 10 years cat In a sin
gle afternoon enough food to satisfy
an adult party of twelve persons. I
have myself known a little, frail boy
to eat a portion of a rich cake, a third
of a one-pound can of condensed milk,
four ounces of mixed chocolates, a
handful of assorted sweets, two or
anges, ono apple, four gingerbread
cakeB, a dozen Brazil nutB and two
largo pieces of peppermint candy.
'Did It make him 111? Did ho llo
down nnd groan nnd await tho coming
of tbo medical man with the stomach
pump? Nat lie; he Just had ono or
two faint symptoms of uneasiness,
which he quickly dispelled by a few
well-drawn gapes, much after tho man
ner if a sleepy baby. Then ho walk
ed about for a tlmo and presently ac
cepted an Invitation to Join In a game
Tho schoolmaster's observations
have led to tho very natural deduction
that a boy's condition Is in many ways
different from that of a trained strong
man. The latter could not eat tho
things that a boy could, because his
fitness Is mainly muscular, whllo tho
boy's Is, In addition to being niuscii
lar, organic. Tho man may havo a
sluggish liver or faulty kidneys, nnd
still be n strong man, but tho boy who
runs and romps and Urns somersaults
and shouts nnd laughs and twists nnd
turns nnd shouts, hasn't a single blem
Ambitions Modern City Holds Its
Future Yery Largely in Its
Own Hands for Progress
(Continued from page 10.)
the man who comes here in good faith
to cast In his lot with us, may ship the
products of his hard-earned toll; we
may havo n city of fair homes, noblo
libraries, splendid avenues and beau
tlful suburbs fiom which tho traveler
gazing entranced nt tho sparkling blue
sea through the brilliant acacias and
feathery pulms, will drink a vision of
beauty, rest and health to which ho
will icturn again and yet again.
Every ambitions modem city has Its
future largely In Its own hands. The
) Mackay cubic Is coming, f hall wo be
found with the contented mind In 11
continual feast of Parts gowns and fine
equipages like brilliant birds In a dirty
cage, or with the public thought Intent
like other American cities upon the
problems of municipal upbuilding?
ANNA ALWARD EAMES,
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