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METHODISTS PASS RESOLUTIONS
OF THANK8 FOR ALL WHO
HELPED DURING 8E8SION8.
Korean Epworth Leagues, at Satur
day evening's session of the Methodist
Conference, camo from Kahuku, Wal
alua, Ewa and Walpahu and camped
en tlio parsonage campus. Honolulu
Korean and Japaneso Leagues and tho
first Church Leaguo were represent
ed on tho platform with Chairman J.
M. Mflrtln, Tho president, tho Ko
rean Epworth League of Ewa said tnnt
as a child he was educated In tho re
ligion of Korea, but this did not satis
ly him. Now ho had found "tho truo
may". Here In Honolulu, ho said,
there was troublo to understand all
the different languages, but he hoped
somo day to bo a citizen of tho heaven
ly city where all will understand each
Mr. Hong.- Korean missionary, said
(bat Korea was In darkness twenty
years ago. Now Korea had Christ
and International communication.
A lady who has been unable to want
for flvo years gavo her testimony- of
t tilth and peace, much Impressing all
Mrs. Eddlo Damon gavo one of her
popular religious short talks, wishing
that all thoso that bear the name of
Christ might havo tho Joy and know
tho peaco of Christ.
Illshop Hamilton was tho closing
ipeaker of the Saturday evening serv
ices. ' He said, during hi talk:
"It 1m a great privilege- to me to at
tend an Epnorth League meeting like
(his. A meeting whero thcro are Ko
reans, Chinese, Japanese, Hawallnns,
and other races as well as thoso with
which I am more familiar. It makes
n.y heart leap to look Into their faces
snd hear thctr testimonies and rcallzo
their joy In the Christian life.
"What a harvest thcro Is ahead for
'heso Islands! What riches wo can ex
pect In tho years to come. I shall tell
tho peoplo on tho mainland of what a
wonderful harvest you aro going to
get. The peoples of Asia may not stny
hero long, but thoy stay long enough
to light their torches by your Arcs nnd
carry them on the mainland. And we
are fast coming to the time when
(here will ho no Russians, no Japanese,
no Frenchmen, no Americans, no En
glish, no Chinese, no Indians, whether
cast or west, but ono great brotherhood
of man, when we shall bo ono In
Lhrlst and with Christ In Clod."
Yesterday tho Coofcre-co camo to
an end. The final session was held In
(ho morning, Illshop Hamilton presid
ing. The Illshop delivered a sermon,
following tho singing of "Onward,
Christian Soldiers" In thrco lan
guages at .once, taking for his text
John -J-22: "For Salvation Is of tho
Jews." Ho spoko of tho discrimina
tion between races and reviewed tho
history of tho Jews.
Rev. S. Mura, who camo to tho Con
ference from the Presbyterian Church
of Japan, was catechised and rcconv
monded to the California Confcrenco
Resolutions wero adopted thanking
tho First Methodist Church of Hono
lulu and J. M, Martin for tho use of
the church and tho assistance given.
Tho press was thanked for Its "un
wonted courtesy." Tho Indies' Aid
Society and the band were also thank
ed for 'assistance at tho Rlshop'a re
ception, Tho Hawaiian Hoard also
camo In for thanks for Its "kindly cour
tcsy." Tho Governor and tho Hoard
nf Supervisors wero not forgotten;
they woro thanked for having express
id their appreciation of the work of
tlio mission by granting tho use nf tho
Hawaiian band, Illshop Hamilton was
remembered In tho resolutions of ap
preciation, as wero also several Indi
viduals figuring In tho work of tho con
ference, Illshop Hamilton In turn expressed
his thanks and appreciation and an
nounced his appointments for the en
tulng year as follows:
Superintendent of .tlio Hawaiian
Mission. John W. Wadman; English
work, First M. E. Church, Honolulu,
J. W. Wadman; assistant pastor. Miss
Alta Morrison; missionary to the Ja
paneso (to bo appointed); missionary
lo tho Koreans (to bo appointed); Su
sanna Wesley Home, Miss Theodora
Jayne, superintendent; evangelistic
work, ono lady missionary (to bo sup
plied) ; Dllilo woman's work (to bo sup
piled; confcrenco temperance evange
Mjt, John M. Martin
Japanese Work Honolulu: Illvcr
FL, 8. Ylura; King Btreet, a. Moto
l.uwa; Alea, T. Tahahnshl; Walpahu
(lo be appointed); Knhuku, E. Told
masa; Walanae, (to bo appointed);
l.ahalna. S. Fujll; liana, II, Abe; Ko.i
llu and Kapaa (to ho appointed); Elo-c-lo
(to ho appointed) ; editor and pub
lisher Hawaiian "Ookyo," a, Moto
liawa; Japaneso night school and gos
pel society, Hlvor street, R. Fiiklmoto,
ml King street, Howard M, Chandler,
Korean Work Honolulu. C. II. Yin;
Walpahu, Y. C. Kim; Ewa, W, B. Kim;
Walanae (to be supplied); Kahuku
end Walalua, C. S. Llm; l.ahalna and
Kannapall (to bo supplied); Spreck
elsvlllo and Walluku. I. S. Shin; Llhue
snd Jlanamaulu, 8. Hyen; Kllauea and
Kealla (to be supplied); Eloelo and
IColoa, K. C. Leo; Makawell and Ko
kaha (to be supplied) ; Illlo and Olaa,
0. P. Hong; Kahala, C. T, Choi; Kona
(to be supplied); Honokaa (to be sup
plied); Ookala (to be supplied); Ha
kalau (to bo supplied); editor Korean
Christian Advocate, I K. Yoon; pub
lisher, II. J. Song; superintendent of
night schools and Gospel society, C. S.
Weary Willie "8ay, Dusty, would
n't you like to ho a sailor?" Dusty
Rhoudes "Not on yer life; I couldn't
stand fer de wash of de boat."
TO 8ECRETARY WOOD
"I think tho efficiency of each of us
will be Increased by cooperation,"
writes R. P. Jennings, of tho Califor
nia Promotion Committee to Secretary
II. P. Wood, of the Hawaii Promotion
Committee. Further the letter reads
as follows: "I shall ho glad to hear
from you concerning any of your plans
that we can work together upon and I
am still awaiting details from you In
reference to tho yacht race."
At a meeting bf tho Counties Com
mit too In Santa llarbara, which was
attended by tho Governor of California
and many other prominent men. a let
ter was read from the Hawaii Promo
tion Committee to the San Francisco
organization relative to the cooperation
of the two orders In benefiting each
omcr in every way possible.
Another letter showing tho work of
Secretary Wood nnd the Interest being
taken In Honolulu on the mainland Is
from Corvaltls, Oregon. Milton P.
Morgan, In tho printing business,
writes as follows: "Your favor of
December 11th inquiring whether I
wish further Information about Ha
waii to hand. No. I believe I havo
learned enough. I am convinced that
that Is tho country I wish lo locate In
as soon as I can sell out here. I think
within n year I will visit Honolulu."
Wesley Mcrrltt, Industrial commis
sioner of tho Atchls6n, Topcka and
. oanin re uaiiway system, writes Sec-
' rctary Wood as follows: "I have your
letter of November 27th and am pleased
to hear from you again. Would like
to know more about Honolulu and
Hawaii, and will be obliged for any
literature or descriptive matter you
can conveniently furnish. I received
the copy of the Paradise of the Pacific
which Is quite Interesting us far as It
OREGON'S NEW 8ENATOR.
John Mcucrmott Gearin, appointed
ny uovcrnor utorgo E. Chamberlain
(o succeed the late John Hlunlo Mitchell
ns United States Senator from Oregon,
was born August IS, 1851, In a pralrl
schooner, where the old Orecon Immi
grant trail crosses the Umatilla river,
'a point whero the town of Pendleton
I now stands. His parents settled at
Champoeg, In the Wllllamcttc valley.
In 18C3, at the ago of 12, the future
Senator was sent to St. Marv'a Col
lege, San Francisco, where he remained
four years, going thence to Notre Dam
University, Indiana. He was gradual-
mi in 1571-
The next year he entered tho lecal
firm of Dolp & Mitchell, In Portland.
began reading law wllh tho firm ond'Ln. ,tliu, Pa,'luo " Central Union
hoth wero subsequently taken In as
partners. This legal arm has now fur
nished four United States Senators,
Joseph N. Dolph, John II. Mitchell,
Joseph Simon and John M. Gcarln.
Gcarln Is tho only Democrat among
In 1874 he was admitted to the bar
and the same year witnessed his, elec
tion to the Legislature. Two years lat
er ho became City Attorney, and lu
1884 was elected District Attorney.
Four years after, this ho was nominat
ed by tho Democrats to run against
Dinger Hermann for Congress, but was
defeated. When the celebrated opium
frauds were unearthed In Portland In
tho early '00s Gcarln was appointed by
President Cleveland to act as special
prosecutor for the Gomnment.
Gcarln Is tho second man In the his.
tory of tho State to owe his elevation
to the United States Senate to the op-
polntment of a Governor. He Is tlio
first Democrat to hold the office In twen-
Oearln Is a man of learning nnd H
regarded ns tho Hncst orator of the
Oregon bnr. Ho has one brother, Hugh
uvuiiii, who nun cuuivaies me uain-
The DU8INBS8 MAN'S HANDY IN
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concise and oomplete resume of ad It
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75 cent, per month. Weekly Bulletin.. !rBf' "aJ,.,?r1?' dep
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CENTRAL UNION PASTOR
MAKES PER80NAL ANNOUNCE
MENT FOLLOWING 8ERM0N
YE8TERDAY TO RE3I0N
At the conclusion of his morning scr
man yesterday, the Rev. William Mor
ris Klncald of Central Union Church
announced to the congregation his In
tention to leave for the mainland, re
tiring from this pastorate. Intimating
mat nis resignation would take crfec
ns soon as his successor was chosen
and not later than August first of this
It had previously been published that
Mr. Klncald would havo an announce
ment of a personal nature to make at
the morning Fathering In Central
Union and tho attendance was large.
The personal announcement, clvcn
below, followed an earnest exhortation
lo the church to reach for the best and
greatest In all things, to rlso to the full
mensuro of Its strength, to take, at tho
beginning of this now year, full ad
vantago of all opportunities to uplift
the community. Mr. Klncald took for
Phllfpplorfs 3:13 "Ilrclhrcn, I count
myself not to have apprehended; but
tills one thing I do, forgetting thoso
things which nro behind, and reaching
forth unto those things which nro be
fore, I press toward the goal for the
prize of the high calling of God In
In maklnir Ills unnnunrrmitnt Mp
Klncald spolio In his usual unaffected
but effecth'o manner, voicing-no crit
icism, going Into no explanation, mak
ing a piain, sincero statement, as fol
'Now, my dear friends, allow me n
personal word with reference to my
relations to this church. I say It now
because when tho pastor of n church
decides on a certain lino of action It
is ngni mat he should tako tho con
ercgatlon Into his confidence.
"For some time past It has been a
growing conviction with mo that tho
time wns coming for mo to go back to
tho mainland. At tho end of tho pres
ent church yenr, at tho latest, It is
my purpose to retlro from tho pastor
ate of this church. It haB seemed to
mo hut right that I should glvo you
llmcly notice, so that you may call a
new pastor before Uie beginning of
text church year or sooner.
"I wish I hnd time to dwell on tho
r.inny kindnesses I havo received from
this church and Its Individual mem
bers. Tho seven yenrs I hnvo nassed
," , " ""' ' r". , ". l" '"-""Bnl'
est and most delightful of my life. In
mo ruiuro I snail rencct upon tho days
that I havo spent here with delightful
icmcmbrance and I trust that you will
Savo like feelings.
"On coming to Honolulu tho ouo
thing I had In view was to bring tho
rcoplo of this community Into purer
snd better relations with tho gospel of
"Of course I havo made mistakes,
but you know there Is one comfort
about mistakes. A man often profits
nioro by his mistakes than by his sue-
"There Is really nothing for you to
set upon regarding our relations ex-
copt to prcparo for tho fact that on
tho first of August I will ccaso to bo
jour pastor. Let us mnko theso last
lew weeks, or months, ns It may be,
(ho best In tho history of tho church,
Let us not think of things past. Let
as press onward to the prize (if tho
?cal of the upward calling of God.
i wish you all this morning a hap-
r- new year and pray that It may
wing tho blessings of peaco nnd lovo
inia every home nnd henrt In this con-
Per tmr. Ko Au Hou, Dec. 31, from
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,wln - " K- f'c"". s Orau. Mist
Snllliier. Mrs. II. Volherg. Miss M. Vol-
Japanese, 1 Porto Illcan, i Portuguese,
Per stmr. Noeau, Dec. 31, from Ha-
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