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ritlNDAY BULLETIN, HONOLULU. II. T.. SUNDAY. APRIL 20 1002.
blluutloim n nd Help Wtinlctl
WANTED lly experienced man of 28
occupation as bookkeeper, storo
ilerk, night watchmnn, luna or any
other position; remuneration $00 up;
Orsl-rate Island references. Apply
P. O. box 28. 2124-tt
WANTED Uy eucrgetlc young Amor
lean, clerical position of any Vlnd.
No rcasonablo offer refused. Ad
dress IS. S. 3.. this office. 2117-lw
WANTED lly a young lady, situation
its stonogrnphcr nnd typewrltor; ref
erences. Address K., llullctln offlco
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Ads In tills column will be Inserted
Per line, one Insertion 15o
Per line, two Insertions.... 25c
Per line, one week 30o
Per line, two weeks 40o
Pr line, one month 60c
Ttils Is the cheapest advertising j
mr offered the people ol Honolulu
BOWERS'MERCHANT PATROL AND
CONFIDENT. XL AGENCY Night
watchmen furnished for buildings,
business property and residences.
Office and Hesldenco. School St.;
P. Q. Do 284; Tel. White- 3C91.
NOTICE TO BUILDERS The Union
Express Co. has WHITE SAND FOIt
SPECIAL NOTICE llonds furnished
to any amount for tho man holding
position as guardian, iwstoffleo offi
cial or any oilier position of trust.
Honolulu Inestment Co. 2061-tf
WANTED Do ou want to git rid of
your dandruff? Try Pnchero's Dan
draff Killer. It Keep th.i scalp In a
. Withy condition. At Union Ilarbvr
WANT your whiskers amputated? Go
to Jeffs. He share for lGc; S white
barbers. 43 King St. 2011-tf
FOR RENT That commodious real
iksce n; 1562 Nuuauu Ave.; modern
conveniences and sanitary plumb
imc Apply to C II. Dickey, 39 King
St 2125 tf
1 0 COTTAGES on Vineyard St. nr.
Nuuanu, six rooms each; patent W,
C. Apply Joaqulm Sllvn. Klnnu St.
opp. IJuoen's Hospital. 2120 tf
TO LET I-nrge furnUbed room with
uso of kitchen. Othir rooms. Fort
St. House, cor Fort and Vineyard.
FOR RENT Second story ot brick
building on Berctanln street, next
to ProgrekH Mock; IS rooms with
wash basins In each, connected with
Ffcr, nnd wired for electric lights;
suitable Cor lodgings; nt $73 per
month on two cars' lease. Also
quo storo lu same building with
baheinent. nt $73 per month. Ad
dreci Frank Hustaco, 69 Ilcrctanla
TO LET Rooms Nos. 11 nnd 12. Mc
Intiro Building, at present occupied
by Vlckery's Art Exhibit Apply to
K. V. Bishop, nt C. llruwer & Co.'b.
TO LET Houbo on Young Street at1
present occupied by W. Nccdham,
Esq., nonr McCuliy Tract. Has (hrco
sleeping rooms, bath, hot and cold
lcr. Apply E. I'. Illshop, at C.
Kroner & Co. 2117-tf
TO LET Hesldenco of J. Cassldy,
Walklkl; furnished; gool bathing.
Appiy Waterhouso & Podmore. Beth
el nnd King StB. 2105-tf
TO LET Furnished rooms at Mrs.
acConnefa. Garden lane. 2065-tf
TO LET Now houso on Uorotanla
and Artesian Sts.; dining nnd two
bedrooms, kitchen nnd bath. Apply
1130 Fort St. 2101-lin
TO LET Five room rotlago off Wal
klkl road between Hopkins nnd
Dishop switch, Immedlato posses
ion. Apply Hawn. Tramways of
fice. Punabou. 2001-tl
TO LET Roomy bath tub, with cither
hot or cold water anu all modern
improvements, 'all at Silent Bar
ber Shop. 2019-tf
KELLETT & ROQINSON Attorneys
ntLaw; Room 11 Magoon bldg.;
Thone Main 153.
F. M. BROOK8--.ttorney; rooms 9-10,
8preokels lildg.; TH. Main 344
CARLOS A. LONG Attorney; 15 Kaa
kumanu Rt Tel. i81 Main.
J, M. DAVIDSON Attorncy-at-Low.
109 Knahumanu St.
GARDNER K WILDCR Attorney-at-law
E. J. WALKER Coffee Ilroker: room
4, Rprei-1 n hldg
C A. COYAN 1186 Union St.. npp.
Parlfl' ''bib- sundries, ntr
McDONAtDd LANGSTON Contract
W- niilMnra 1tx Union St
CORNS removed without pain by D.
M. Thomson, export Chiropodist, of
fices at 11 Garden lano. 2110-lm
Ailn. will be InMCricd HULL.
WANTED A nurse girl to tnke caro
of 3 months-old baby. Apply 1239
Matlock Avenua. 12s tf.
WANTED Small boy to learn Hade.
Geo. IlnfTiur, Masonic Temple, All
kei SI 2113-lw
FOR RENT Very desirable unfurnish
ed rooms In prlvotn house; bo-iutl
ful location; wlthjn two minute'
walk ot postoffico. Address Box
616, P. O. 2125-tf
HONOLULU HOTEL Furnished
llooms, light nnd airy; $1.50 to $2.00
per week; hut nnd cold baths; best
board In tho illy.
TO LET Nlcefuly furnished rooms nt
1142 Adams lane, baik of Elite. Suit
able for families. 2124-lw
TO LET Mosquito proof rooms, en
suite or slnglo; telephone, etc.
Ucre'aula Ao. cor. Koeaumoku.
TO LET Cottages oft School St., nr.
Nuuanu. $10 and $10. I. K. R.
Straurh, 32 Campbell block, 316
Fort St. 2108-im
TO LET Modern houso on Llllha St.;
outhouse and stable for two horsei;
rent cheap. Apply W. II. Pain.
Trnniwnvg office 2113-lf
FOR RENT Furnished housekeeping
rooms; $15 nnd $25: no children; Al
so cottage, $25; best location and
all connected wltn bow or. Enquire
F. E. King. Cottago drove. 2113 tf
TO LET Newly furnished rooms, sin
gle or en suite, first-class table
board, hot and cold water, electric
llxbtB. etc. 1270 tloretanla St.
$15 Neat cottage, 5 rooms and bath;
off I.lllha. near School St. Apply
F. J. Kussell, Magoon Dldg. 9s tf
FOR RENT lJirgo front room for
gentleman or couplo. Accommoda
tions for light housekeeping If re
quired. 1481 Nuuanu Arc, Just
above Vineyard. 2116 tf.
TO LET Furnished room nt 144 Ber
etnnla St. near Fort; table board If
FOR SALE A good llabcock ruubor-i
.ir...i mint...... n..,! , fi ii
ilruellan, 100 Stnngenwnld Bldg.
FOR SALE 30 ceres of valuablo prop
erty nt Pearl City. Improvements, '
3 good bouses, rlco mill, nrteslan
well. Hearing fruit trees, G acres
su.table for gnrdenlng. Balance un
der cultivation In rlco. For partlcu-!
lars apply to J. Armstrong. Pearl
A GRAND OPPORTUNITY A small
cash payment nnd only $10 per
montn will got you a nlro houso and
lot on Kunnwal road nr. Llllha St. I
Fow lots left. Inquire soon. P. 12.'
II Strauch, 32 Campbell bITt..316 Fort
FOR SALE Eggs from pure bred
blncit Mlnorcns, Northup strain. $3
per setting. Jeff's. 43 King St.
FOR SALE Coral rock for filling Ad
dress R. M Duncan, nt HiiIIpiId of
ROOM AfSO HAIVO.
HELEN'S COURT Hack of Elite;
under new management; strictly
first-class; light, airy, mosquito proof
rooms. Mrs. .1. Duggan.
THE LOB ANGELES 1623 Fort St.;
nowly furnished rooms, mosquito
proof; terms reaionatdt 1030-tf
LOST A ladles' gray broadcloth
cape, lined with gray silk. Howard
for return to llullctln office.
6TCRLING blcilo. No, 12612 taken
from Maroon Illdg. Apr, 12. Howard
for return F. J. Russell. .Magoon bid.
LOST-A gold stickpin, In shape of JUDD & COm LTD.-nulldlng lots and
X.i';''ai1 mnt'ward lf ruturn" " reslden.es for sale; 307 Stangcn
"""'"'" m 20 U bldg.; Tel. 223 Lain.
THl KA8H CO., LTD. Two stores
- II I Mt nnd cur For Ii Hotel
PACIFIC VEHICLE & 8UPPLY CO.
Fine larrlugua. wagons, harness
mil whirs; Tloretanla near Fort St.
CONVEYANCING Chnrges reason
mile Kooin 10 Mclntyrn llock.
CIGARS AND TOBACCO.
ELK BUILDING, 610 Miller Street.!
ALBERT B. CLARK, D.D.S-Cor. Iler
otuula uud Miller; hours 9 to 4.
DR. ALBERT E. NICHOLS Dentist,'
MiaKea St.; onico hours, 9 toj.
Dfl. DERBY Dentist; Fort nnd Hotol
' '1' ndmlnlslerod for extracting
E. TAPPAN TANNATT Civil nnd
dor Ave; Tel. 3441 Illuo." Itoom 4
"hi engineer nnire. 1.113 Wll
MADAME M. LAMBERT, tho stylish
French Dressmaker trom Paris, has
removed her dressmaking parlors
turn I he corner of Vineyard and
1 ULchbowl streets to tho Doston
building, room 3u6, where sho will
In pleased (o sec her patrons unci
their friends. 2113-lm
W. OEAKOANE Car a engraving and
stamping, room 2. bldg
MERCHANTS' PAhCEL. DELIVERY
lleihel St., opp. Waverloy blk.; Tel.
"t Mine pkes railed tor nnd del'd.
DAMIEN COUNCIL, NO. 563 Young
.Men s institute, meets every second
nnd fourth Wednesday In tho month.
J. E. GOEAS Ilcrctanla near Emma
St.; Tel. 2312 Dlue.
8. J. SALTER Successor to Salter &
Walty; 712 Fort 8t Orpboum blk.;
Tel. 681 Blue.
HAZELWOOD MARKET CO. 1281
Fori St.. near KukuI Groceries,
Fruits nnd Tobaccos. t
MMKNtoS ANU 6AUULERY.
MANFG. HARNESS CO, Cornor Fort
and King Sis.; Tel. Main 228. P. O.
CALIFORNIA HARNE8S 8HOP Fort
Rt npp Club Staines: P. O. box 791.
THE PACIFIC HOTEL 1182 Union
St. opposite Pacific Club. Newly
furnished rooms; mosquito proof;
electric lights; hot and Cold water:
Orst-c.ass table board. Mrs. Hana,
TH08. LINDSAY Mfg. Jowelor and
watchmaker, 63 Fort St.; Love
bldg.; latest In novelties.
UNION HOUSE Mrs. Wheeler, pro
prietor; furnished and unfurnlsn
I ed rooms; also rooms for light
housekeeping. Union St, above llo-
l tel St.
nt the PANTHEON SALOON.
TERRITORIAL ME88ENGER 8ER
VICE Union St. nr Hotel.: Tel,
HAWLEY'8 MILLINERY PARLORS
'"" ' m mil incry. mc.; nosion
Milr Tel ?R4 Main
MOANA QUINTET CLUB Music for
all occasions. Leave orders Here
strom Music Co.; J. S. Kills. Mgr.
ANNIS MONTAGUE TURNER Vocal
Instructor: ''Mlimnn. 1024 Dcrota
E. K. KAAI Teneher of string Instru
men' studio l.ove bldg Fori St
BRNE & LIVINGSTONE Itcp. Amo-
rii-in'in s Honin R Progress hlk
Tel Mnln 131.
DR. 8LOGGETT Eye. Ear. Nose nnd
Thorn nttlir at Eye and Eur Infirm
hry A'skeii si Hours 9 a. ra. to
4 p. in
DR. FRT.D. W HODGINS Eye. Ear,
Nose nnd Throat onlv; office Alakea
8t lately ncrupled by Dr. Murray,
offlrc hours !) a. m. to 4 p. m.
KATHARINE J. MacKAY, M.D., CM,
-K20 tloretanla nvc.; Tel. Bluo 3551,
DR. WM. G. ROGERS Eye. Ear, Nose
and Throat; 1146 Alakm St.
ANTONE PILARE8 & CO. numbers
nnd Tinsmiths. All klrds of sani
tary work. Sewer connections a
specialty. Cnarges to suit the
times. Corner Vineyard and Emma.
PAINTER AND PAPERHANGER.
V. H. POUL8EN i-nlntlng and paper
Mn"lnc Territory Stables, King St.
P. E. R. STRAUCH Ileal Estate
handled to best advantage; houses
rented; loins negotiated; money In
vested on best securities. 32 Camp
bell Block, 316 Fort street.
M, G, 81 LVA Agent for real estate.
nlso to grant innrriage licenses'
Mi Mo,r.npt pt - Te) Main 11B. '
PRIMO BEER is good If It Is kept
iitim. iry u. rti iuo rANTIlEl
STENOGRAPHY nnd typowrltlngneat
ly and accurately dono nt Hawaiian
Hotel bv Miss Noble.
E. MORIKUCHI .4 Hotel 8t.. nr. Nu
unnn Felt) straw pannmn hats
ALBERT BEPNDT Tailoring nnd re
P"lrlng Elks bide, tllfi Miller St.
G. DIETZ "'iitrhmnkor nnd Jeweler.
lnilil Hntpi St.
J. W. A REDHOUSE Watch and
phrnnnnipier msVer 71 Merchant St.
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,5LflHU MAU LAHAINA.
SUGAR ESTATES, MAGNIFICENT
8CENERY, BEAUTIFUL DRIVE8,
SHIPPING FACILITIES, ETC.
onDEn r frnm v77,n.
Bnt turnouts; Tulephnno No. 126.
Frederick Warde, Actor, Scholar, Gentleman.
HkWr"1 'Hik''i9L ,BH
ilMEStv"- E. ,BHH9
Frederick Warde, who appears Iiii
Honolulu next month, Iish won a j.laco
among the great Inti rpreters of Eng
ll(h classic drama, Is morn than a
great nctor, nllhough Unit would Feetn
'o be distinction erfough for one man
to have won; he U u biond-niluded,
public spirited Amerlcuu rltlzen, who
neepa In touch with th current life
ot the world, lllu sjinpnthUs are not
conflmMl to the mtmlr Hinge uiwn
vibtch his professional fame hns been
won. He proposes to play his pari u
man's part upon that gri-nUr st.uu.
of the world; and be pl.ijn It well.
Mr. Wnrdo Is not only 6ne ot the'
ripest Hhakespi-nnan scholars In this
lountry, but he is u sp nker of great ;
pjwir nnd inten-M. To hear him lee-!
tire, especially whin he takes his
theme from the works of im Immortal
bard, Is almost us gn nt n treat ns In
lie him ait, nnd his geni-roui ri-ndl
Iit-HH to step from tne stnge to the itat
form to help any worthy object, Ii one
o' the ratises of hlH except lotinl popu
larlty with the lntelllgi-nt and (uHun-d
ptoplo of er (otnmunlty In this
broad land Mr, nrd Is an nitor of
n ra ra n ,. r . a ni rt m, i '. n ra k- m ti m ni m ps ?a sa Pa ? i j fm
IN CITY CHURCHES
Central Union Church Rev. Wll- lllblo mIiooI at ! 43 n. m . Junloi So
Horn Klncald, imstor Sunday school en t at X 30 p. m., Young PeopleV So
and lllblo class. 9:60; public worship (i tj nt S in p. in. Strangers welcome.
and sermon, 11; Y. V. S. U. E. prayer
meeting, 6:30; evening services nt
7:30; weekly prajer meutlng, Wednes
day, 7:30 p. m.
Hev. Wm. Morris Klncald will preach
In Central Union Chinch Sunday at 11
m.; subjeit, "Hellef In n DIlno
Christ, the Foundation Stone ol Work
ing Faith;" 7:30 p. m.. subject. "The
Water of Life"; 6:30 p. m.. Christian
, , , ., , ,
Lndeawir missionary mu-tlng, subject.
inumns in noum nnu i;fmrni Amen
en" Leaders-Mr. Lle A. Dickey,,
Miss Mabel Hums.
The standing rommlttee will meet
In the ladles' parlor nt the close of the
Sunday morning sen Ice: nlKo Monday
M-nlng. Apill 21 nt 7:30, to rendu-
my who desdri' to lonneet tneinsiltes
v 1 1 ti the church, either by letter or on
loiifesslon of lulth.
St. Andrew's Cathedral The Right
Iliurend William Ford Nlcholi', Illsh
op In charge of Urn Missionary Dis
trict of Honolulu, tho Her. Canon
Alexander Mackintosh ami tho Ituv
St. Clement's Chapel, Punahou.
Senlees tomorrow will l-e an folloua: !
7 a. ru.. Holy Communion; 11 n. in.. I
uutlns, with sermon from tho HlHhor
of California; 7.31) p. ui , Etensong;
hunday school at 9:45 n. m. th Illsh
op of California will addii-iis tho Hill
dnn. Christian Church E. S. Muckley,
Pastor. Iti-sldt-nce, 500 Ileretnnla St.
Telephone Illuo 1001,
CarUtiun Church E. B. Muckley,
pnrtur, n-sldenco 550 Hei i-tlfiila ati
nue. Preaching at 11 n. m. and 7:30 p.
ra by tho pastor. Sublet t of evening
M-rmon, "Whnt Think Vn of Christ?"
LAHAINA STORE Lumber, Whole
sale Llquois, Merchandise. C. II.
DR. WILLIAM PETERS Physician
and Fiir-'eon; Lnbnlnn, Maul.
G. H. DUNN Express and drayago;
Ar' wtlilerxnd Tn'tir-Inlond.Tel 113
STOP at Pioneer Hotel. Excellent ac-
rn-nmoiiiMnn n Kreolnnd Mer
G. H. DUNN-Vnnrv Public. Convoy
nnrcs nepntv Tnv Collector, I.pgal
Docuinen's Ofiiro flovnrnment bldg
tusslonato sincerity, deeply devoted
o his profession, and his long career
I (,h been signalized by the many
nihtevements of a most commendable
ilnraiter, hnnoiable to hlmbelf and
mtutary in their Influence upon the
U-iie of the 3tage and upon the public
tiibtn. Olt tho stage he Is a courteous,
giultil gentleman, living quietly and
n speciality as n gentleman should,
niu' In lelturo hours cultivating those
grates of mind and character, which
i-ome only from study, reflection and
In evry city In the states where li
'it known, he is admired and his annual
at pcuranru eagerly looked for waul to
die will at once become a favorite In
hwiuliil'i. wbefe his flrBt seasoii opens
Tl ursdar. May 8, at the Hawaiian
Optra House. He and his distinguish
i'il lompAiiy present theie "Vlrglnliis,"
"The Mountebank." "Jullm C'aeiar.'
"OtliPlIo." "King Lear." "Macbeth,
"Tim I.l-ju's Mouth," The Meichitit of
nice. "Damon nnd Pythias," etc.,
nferln; an unusual and exceptional
einsslc dud Shakespearean tieat. The
m Ohor. nlo op-ns next Friday at Wall,
Roman Catholic Cathedral Tho
DUbup of Panopolls Low massei. ho
ly communion, 6 nnd 7; children's
mass, with tntlva sermon, 10:30; rosa
ry, with native instruction, 2; solemn
ct,ii"rs and benedictions, 8; week
days, 1j.v mass, 6 and 7.
I m.'i,,i .. ci... . u r.
Methodist Episcopal Church Cor-
,.. orHtan,. nn,, .. s(w.,sv.
0- i p0IlrilOUi pastori
Methodist Episcopal Cuureh, coiner
lit tetania and Miller streets: O. I.
I'inrson. pastor. Subject for Suuday'a
herlci.:i a m.: "Hollneis Part II.
li.it It Is;" 7:30 p. m "Slu its Guilt
ni.d Peualty;" 6:30 p. m., Epwoith
LeakUf, subject, "MlsktCnary Activ
Weekly Services Sundays, public
woiBhlp and sermon, 11 a. m. and 8.30
p. in.; Sunday school, 10 a. tn.; Ep-
worth Leaguo devotional service, 6:30
p. m. Wednesday, prayer meeting.
Monthly Meetings First Monday,
2:30 p. m.. Woman's Homo Missionary
Society; 7.30 p. m., Epworth Leaguo
buclnoss meeting; flrat Tuosday. 7:30
p. in., Methodist Men's Club; third
Friday, 2.30 p. ni . Ladies' Aid 3n-
Parsonage adjoining tho church.
A wolcomo always, to all.
St. John the Baptist Church At Ka
llhtwaena. St. Augustine Chapel (Unman Ci'h
olio), Walklkl Every Sunday of tho
5 ear at 8:30 a. m., holy mass with
sermon; at 3 p. m., Sunday school, -o-Bary.
During Lent: Every Friday at
3 p. m , Stations of tho Cross.
Tho Catholic Church of tho Sacred
I Heart, Marquesvllle, Punabou. Today
I April 6th, First Sunday nfter Easter
! Sunday, 11 a, m., grand musical high
mass. Sermon and collection.
German Lutheran Church Ilov. Mr.
Fulruy, pastor; 1032 King street 10 n.
m., Sunday school; il a. in., congrega
Deutsche Evangelised Lutherlscho
Klrche Pastor Telmy. 1032 King SL '
Sonntag. 10 Uhr. Kladorgottcs'
dlonst; 11 Uhr, Gomolndo Gottcs
Christian Science Services Regu
lar Sunday services at 11 p. m., nnd
Wednesday services nt 7:30 p, nr;
room 8 Oregon block.
The Reorganized Church., of Jesus
Christ of Latter Day Saints Mllllatil
Hall (rear of the Opera House) 9 a.
m., Bool: or Mormon class; 10 a. m.
Sunday rchool; 11 a. m., preaching
(Hawaiian); 6:30 p. ni, Zion's Kellgln
nnd Literary Society; 7:39 p. in.,
preaching, English service.
Makikl Chapel On Klnau street
Preaching service, 8 a. m.
The Salvation Army Corner of
King nnd Nuuanu streets; Capt. Isa
bella Hutchinson, Lleuts. Hutchinson
nnd Gordan in charge. Tonlg'it nt
8 p in, llcv. Mr, Mucklcy of tho
Christian Church will speak. Tomor
row (Sunday) 10 a, m., prayer meet
ing; 10:30 n. m wharf meeting for
sailors and longshoremen on tho old
flshmarkct wharf; 11 a. m holiness
meeting; 12:30 p. m meeting In Oahu
Penitentiary; 2:30 p. m., Suiutay
school; 3:30, lllblo class for adults;
7 p. in., open air service on Foit nnd
Hotel streets; 8 p. m., altar servlco
and self denial wind-up, led by Major
Wood. All nra Invited to attend Iheso
Chinese Church (Congregational)
Ilor. Eward W. Timing, acting pastot
Sunday school, 9:30; preaching ser
vice, 11; Sunday school In English,
2.30; evening service, 7:30; WednoS'
day, prayer meeting, 7:30.
Japanese Church (Congregational)
Nuuanu street. Itev. T. Okuimira
pastor Sunday school, 10; morning
service, 11; evening servlco. 7:3):
Wednesday pracr rqcctlng, 7:30.
Japanese M. E. Church (3. Motoka
wa. pastor Sunday school, 10; morn
ing service, 11; ovenlng service, 7:45;
class meeting, 8:30; prayer meeting,
Wednesday, 8. Services at KukuI St,
near St. I-oula College.
Kawalahao Church llcv. II. II, Par
ker, pastor Sunday school. 10: morn
Ing service. 11; ovenlng service, 7:30;
nrcachluir in English hv rtmr. tv. n
iWestenclt; Christian Endeavor,
6:30; prayer meeting, Wednesday
Penlel Mission Miss E. Uddcnbrg
In charge Meetings nro held In lh
hall on Nuuanu street. Just below King
every night of the week. Sunday
morning nt 10 o'clock Illlilo study:
Sunday afternoon at 2:30. holiness
meeting; wharf meeting at tho foot ol
rsiiuaim street nt 9 o'clock ovcry Sun
day morning. A Scandinavian meet
ing for lad!c.s Is held every other
vt eunosuay afternoon, at 2 o clock, in
tho Mission Home, 471 Hotel street
Bishop Mc'morlal Chaoel Kamcha
meha Schools; Dr. W. II. Elkln, chap
lain Services Sundny mornings at 11
except on last Sunday In each month:
senlco at 4 p. m. Alumni and friends
Young Men's Christian Association
Hotel and Alakea street, Henry C
Drown, general secretary
The Baptist Society of Honolulu
iteguinr meeting first Sabbath after
noon of each month at 3 o'clock in
oting Men's Christian Association
parlors. A cordial Invitation is ox
tended to all. .
The Kaluwela Sunday School Sun
day school, 1: 30 p. m.
Church of tne Sacred Heart Mar
quest Hie, Punahou.
Church of Jesus Christ of Latter
Day Saints (Mormon Church) Punch
bowl stieet Sunday services: Sun
day school at 10 a. m.: regular ser.
vice, preaching, at 11:30 a, m.; Voting
People's Mutual Improvement Asso
elation, nt 7 p. m.; primary meeting.
for children, Friday, at 3 p. m.; Relief
Society meeting at 10 a. m., on Satur
day, All are roapectfully Invited to
attend our meetings and oxamlno our
doctrines. Freo to all; no contribu
tions; sen Ices In Hawaiian. Elder
Win. M. Waddaups, In charge.
Seventh-Day Adventlet Chapel
Saturday, Sabbath school at 10 a. m.:
preaching nt 11 a. m.; Wednesday,
prayer aud missionary meeting at
7:30 p. m. All aro welcome. J. H
Portuguese Evanaellcal Church
Corner of Miller and Punchbowl Sts.,
Itev. A. V. Soarcs. pastor Preachine
In Portugueso at 11 n. m. and 7:30 p.
xn.; Sunday Bchool, 2:30 p. m., con
ducted In English; W. A. Bowcn, su
perintendent Prayor meeting. Wed
Jared Smith To
Hllo. April 18. J. CI. Smith Dlriwlnr
of tho United States ExDerlmontal Sta.
tlon nt Honolulu, arrived by the last
Klnnu and will remain on Hawaii over
ono steamer. Ho Is here lu the Inter
ests of agriculture nnd will hold two
mcitlngs, one tonight at tho hall over
tho fire station In this city nnd on
Monday night at Mountain View bcIiooI
Mr. Smith will nddress tho peoplo on
tho Development of Agrli'iiituro on Ha
waii. He has Just cotuo from a success.
ful meeting with tho raiment of Wahl
nwa whore he aroused great Interest
nnd organized a Farmers' Institute.
Ho proposed to organize Institutes nt
Hllo and nt Olaa. At tho meetings
fullest discussion of nil topics Is desir
ed. Gomes & McTlghe. tho liquor deal
ers, deliver orders to any part of the
city free. Tel. Main 140.
MUSICAL AND DRAMATIC X
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The collection of music in the Li
brary of Congress, at Washington, con
tains some 320,000 Items.
Tho London County Council has vot
ed $62,500 for music lu the parks of
London this coming summer,
A special musical service will be
held In St. Andrew's Catludral, onco
a month, nt evening service.
Tho "House .of Rest for Musicians"
erected at Milan In memory of Verdi,
by money left for that purpose, by tho
composer, Is nearly completed,
Mr, Woodworth, a very flno tenor
singer from Minneapolis, is at picscnt
visiting tho city for his health. Ho
sang at Central Union the other Sun
day, most delightfully.
A German manufacturer has mado
Iollns and mandolins from China clay,
and In spite ot the brlttlcncss nnd
weight, they have gained appreciation,
Mr. August Manns, the veteran musl
utl director of the Crystal Palace, Lon
don, will continue, his work theie un
til 1904, when he will have finished a
fifty ears' sen Ice In that capacity.
Georgo William Warren, for thirty
years organist of St. Thomas' Episco
pal church, New York, died very sud
denly recently. He was 73 years of age.
Death followed n double stroke of apo
plcxy. A good musical story has Just como
from South Africa. Not loug ago Loul
Kitchener found It necessary to forbid
columns to carry pianos and harmoni
ums when on the march. The order
seemed rather surprising at first, but
It was none the less necessary. Not
long ago two columns happened to
meet on the veldt, Said the command
er of one to the commander of tho
other: "Do jou happen to want a
planot" "No " said the other, "I don't
think we do." "WhyT" "llerause v,i
have seven, and Its more than we know
whJt to do with."
The Guildhall School of Music, Lon
don, has announced classes for tho
training ot music teachers nnd placed
tho work of Instruction In the hamU
of Dr. r. CI. Shlnn. This ncu depart
ment is nn Important one, and should
work for the benefit of th" profession
ns well as the causn of musical educa
tion lu England,
The man that hath not music In his
Is lit for trcnton, stratagems and
Hut he who whistles coon songs nil
Is fit for naught but death by oil
On one occasion Hans Rlchter was
prcfcent at a concert given by a brother
composer at which the latter performed
a long and not peculiarly Intel estlng
work of his own. When tho composi
tion came to an end Ulchtcr expressed
his criticism in a e-y few woids. ' I
too haf written compositions to make A
puo so high." raising nls hand thno
feet aliove Alio ground; "but 1 haf
Filcdricli Chrvsanrter. the Mniaph
cr of Handel, whouc death was an
nounced a short time since, devoted
the gi eater part of his life to the study
ot Handel. He was born July S, 18J0.
After filling various musical posltloni
he became dlicctor of the chinch iholr
In Hanover. Later King Gcnigo ot
Hanover, became lut:rted In his Han
uel Investigations and vciy maleilully
Some parents think If they t,ond their
children to the music teacher, and pay
for tho lessons, they are doing all they
can, and the teacher must do tho iel.
Parents should lemcmbci that, even
with the best, of Instruction, their
Lhlldicn will do muih better vvoilc If
they have the right kind of encour
ngeinent at home. Parents ought tn
show an Inteicst whatever the chil
dren have to practice, even If It is only
nn exercise. Some parents seldom ask
their children to play for them; never
take them to a concert or leollal vvherd
they can bear the best miibie played by
ai lists, nnd yet they expect their chll
dicn to take an Interest In their music
nnd become nice players. Fiederlck A.
Oliver Wendell Holmes once satiriz
ed a young woman's piano playing In
the following characteristic manner:
"It was a young woman, with as many
whlto flounces around her as the planet
Saturn has rings, that did It, She gave
tho music stood a whirl or two, and
fluffed down on It like a twill of soap
suds In a hand basin, Then she push
ed up her cuffs as If she wcic going
to fight for tho champion's belt. Then
tho worked her wrl3ts nnd hands, to
limber them, I suppose, nnd spread out
her Angers till they looked as though
. tney would pretty much cover the key
board from the growling end down to
the little squeaky one. Then these
I two hands of hers made n Jump at the
leys as If they were a couplo of tigers
coming down upon a flock of black
nnd whlto sheep, and tho piano gave n
great howl, as If Its tall had been trod
on. Dead 6top so still yon could hear
our hair growing. Then another
howl, as if tho piano had got two tails
nnd you had trod on both of 'em nt
onco; and then a grand Jmtter and
scramble, and ktriugs of Jumps up and
down, hack and forwaul, ono nand over
tho other, like a stampedo of rats and
mlco mora than like anything I call
music." Ameilcun Ait Journal.
JAPANESE LOSES AN EYE.
Hllo, April 18. A Japanese engaged
In blowing yp stumps near Mountain
View hnd ono eye blown out on Tliurs
day last by the premature discharge ol