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Business Session And
Report On Work Of
Tho third annual conference of tho
Hawaiian Mission of the Methodlil
episcopal Clmrcli met In business
csslon this morning nl 9 o'clock In
(lio l'lrst Church un lleretnnlu nvo
tine. llralilo tho ministers and mission
workers from the -forty-live stations
of the Island group, a toiisldernblo
numlicr of Honolulu people wero
present Tho meeting opened with
much enthusiasm and lilds fair to
lontlnue throughout with Interest to
those In attendance.
Tho devotional Bervlco was led by
0. Motoknwa, pastor of tho Kind
Street Japancso Church. rollowlng
the opening scivlce Dr. lllnghnm of
tho Hawaiian Hoard led In prnjc-,
aftor which (ho lllshop delivered a
splendid address on tho subject
"Christ, Our Supremo Model." In
his discourse ho showed how Impor
tant It Is for ministers of ttio gos"pci
to liae In themselves the spirit of
Ic3U8 Christ, to bo manifest In mnt
ter nnd method of preaching as well
is the practical application In giving
themselves, In holy sarrlllcc, for the
ake of those whom they serve.
At 10 o'clock the bacrament of tho
Lord's Supper was administered by
tho lllshop, assisted by Superintend
ent John W. Wadmnu and l'astor
David W. Crane.
following the Sacrament the con
ference was resohed Into business
session by tho election of the several
tccretnrlcs, the treasurer, and ttio
nppolntmnt of tho several standing
Superintendent Wadman then read
Ills annual icport showing remark
cblo growth of tho mission work
throughout tho Hold.
Mrs. Mack nlso read an interesting
report concerning tho work done by
tho Susannah Wesley Homo and
Training School of this city,
Tho morning session closed with
the noon hour
The lllshop will preach In Kngllsh
tlil.i eenlng at tho Korean Church
on Punchbowl street.
Tho Kahulul brcakwntcr Is Hear
ing completion and Kahulul will soon
he 11 safo anchorage for vessels of
nny size. Tho work Is being milled
along under tho supervision of J. N.
S. Williams of tho Kahulul Railroad
Co. lie Is assisted by a corps of
voung engineers who are anxious to
make a lecoid for themselves.
Tho bieakwater is divided Into
two sections. Tho Inner section
Harts about 500 jards from tho rail
road wharf nnd Is over SOU feet In
width whero It leaves tho shore. This
section oxtends nearly 1000 feet out
and narrows down slightly to a point
v. hero tho second taction begins. Tho
formation of this extension vv.13 mado
by planting old huge bolters, which
had become useless, and some laigo
(.tones that wcto dumped In around
them, until a strong wall was built.
Those visiting Kahulul will sco t;io
Importance of this work. Kahulul
Is a very Important port. In that
rometlincs thcro may bo seen four or
flvo sailing vessels lying there. In
addition to big fiolghtcrs of tho American-Hawaiian
line. Up to the
present, Kahulul has not bcon a fcafe
nnchnrago for vessels, but after the
completion of the breakwater it will
INSURANCE MEN WITHDRAW.
Chicago, Deo. 31 -A dispatch to the
Tribune from Milwaukee says.
Su en moro life liiBiiiaueo com
panics, carrjlnp; $S,000.000 In iiollcles
lu Wlxcoimln, yeatenlay determined to
quit the State at midnight touluht,
when the new Imnirancu lawn become
'they aro as follows: l'aciflc Mutual,
Columbia National, Pederal, Dec
Moines I.tfo, Security I.lfo and Annu
ity, Union Mutual and Security Mu
tual. With theso companies on tho "ie
tlrlUR list" tho total number of llrtj
uudciurltlnt; concerns which will
abandon the Wisconsin field is In
cieated to twentj-lhrco. Tho tolul
amount Ii)suiod by them Is moiu than
f90.ofl0.000. This Is about 70 per cent
of tho total II To Insurance In foico lu
the Stnto with foiclKn companies and
nearly 50 per cent of all tho life In
surance In force, Including that carried
by tho Noitrwcstorn Mutual of Wis
consin. A plan was mado public In Pitts
burg, Pa., whproby tho lccolvershlp
for tho WesttiiKhouso Machine Com
pany may bo dlecohed and tho busi
ness of tho company rcstoicd to tho
ftocMioldois. Thoro seems no ques
tion Hint tho plan will bo succebsful.
HONOLULU STOCK EXCHANGE
i Bid IAiVkI
Fwa PtniitRtionCo ...
n i(i4 5.3
HAvtallAii Auric to
Maw Com 0c Sue Co .
llHwuilnn ugnrCo ..
Itonomu Sugar Ctf .
1 1 otto tt a a Sugar Co .
Haiku Suirtr Co ......
Kaliukj Plantation O
M1iu1l Sugar Co....
Kuloa Suar Co
1 1 4 ft.)
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NAME OP STOCK
r Brewer & C a. ......... .
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oo oar !
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J ki nun
5 ran C K
I $Q,nno tof
5 000 mo V
4 . t ln
? 10 000 lw
t O.OOI '
4 yv iyn ,ort
It I t Ig
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McUrydc Sugar Co .
Oitiu Sugar Co
Onuniea Surar Co . ..
Ookofa Sugar Plant Co
una Mignr lo i.iii
rialiati sumr rlsnt Co
Pacini sugar .miii ....
Pali t'lintalloti Co , .
rfiekeo Sugar Co...
Waialua Agrlc Co
wriiuttu mi car Co ....
Walmattntn Susar Co
U'nlmta ugr M tl Co
Inter hhinl Slfjm NCo
Hon K T V I Cn lrt(
lion KTA I.CiCom
Mutual Telephone Co
Nthiki Nulrfcr Co.,
Paul I'm ..
Oahu R ft t.Co
HlloK K Co
Hon 11 &M Co
iiaw ivr 4 lc
Haw Ier4S pc
HawTer 1 tc
Haw Goi tic
( a. Beet Su fit Kel Co
iljlku Sugar Co 6 pc
Ham IMch Co,
Haw Sugar Co 6 pc.
HIloR KCo Con Ope
1 1 Oil k 1 a L Lo 6 p c
Kaliuku P.int Co 6 tc
Oahu Rft L Co 6 pc1
Oatiu Sugar Co 6 p c .
Olaa Sugar Co 6p c...
raia I'jainaiion lo ....
Pioneer Mill Co 6 u c ..
Waialua Agrl'-Co fpc
ftirutjut a v.u s or
Sales Uctwcon Uoartla 2."i Knhii
kut $27.50; 2C Onomea, 527.25, 50 Olio
men, $27.75; 200 Paauhau. $14 50; 5
Oahu feug. Co., $21; 115 Haw Stm. Co.,
$31; 100 Oahu Sng. Co. $21 Session:
10 Oahu Sus. Co, $24. 10 Oahu Siik.
Co., $24; 25 Onhit Sur Co, $24; 25
Oahu Sup. Co., $21; 25 Oahu Sag. Co..
$21, 8 Oahu Sug. Co., $2t
Latest ftunar cuotatlon 3.9125. or
(78.25 per ton.
LONDON BEETS, - - 9s 10 l-2d
sugar . . . q urn
Henry Waterhouse Trust Co.,
Stock and Bond Department
Member Honolulu Stock and Bond
WILLIAM WILLIAMSON Maimstr.
FORT AND MCHCHANT ST8.
TEL. PRIVATE EXCHANQE 4.
Clash Between Pinkham
A meeting of tho Commutes of
Ten was held at the olllec of X. Tcr
nnndcz on Kaahiimnnit street yester
day afternoon at r, o'clock.
Tho question as to whether J. I.or
Wnllach is to have possession of a
l.o) to tho outer gate at the Kallhl
station was dUtnssed. At tho ton
duslon of the meeting Chairman .Inn.
L.. I.ane was nutnorled to prep.nu
and send a letter to President l'iuk
hnni of the Hoard of Health, follow
ing Is the letter:
Honolulu, T. II., Jan. llj ,1908.
Mr. I., i:, PlnUham, President lloan
Sir: I am dlrocted by tho Com
mittee of Ten to fctato that they have
had under consideration tho Copy of
Agreement between tho Hoard nr
Health and J. I.or Wallach, and that
thoy deulro to call our attention to
IllR flirt that Mm pI.iiira In thn 4nr.
onil Condltloii'rclatlvo to tho "dupll-l
cato ke)s to tho outer "gate, ono of
whlth to be In tho possession of J.
Lor Wullach," hns been omlttod.
that thoy also desire that the amend
ments ns passed by tho Hoard of
Health at a meeting held December
20th, 1007, and rally set rorth In
jour communication dated December
21st, 1907, bo luseited In tho Agice
ment. I am also directed to stato that Mr.
J l.or Wallach will Blgn tho Agieo,
ment as boon ns tho same is pictured
I havo tho honor to be,
J NO. C. INB,
Chnlimnn, Commlttco of Ten,
. m .
Tho "tolopliono girl's romnnro" or
Poughkcepsie, N. Y., hns ended In
tho dlvoieo court. Mrs. Albert IM
waid Tower has luought suit tor a
decreo or separation from hor mll
llnualio husband, alleging abuso and
namtug a Mis. Welis as a rival for
her hUBband'a attentions. Ileforo her
marriage Mis. Tower was Mary llo
gnrdus, a tclcphoiio operator.
If your fema are crowding your
fernery, let a Bulletin Want Ad. sell
them for you.
"Lend Me Your Wife."
Franklin touring ears StfcyiU Stbls
1-t to 1-3 off on all blanKcts at
Phone 452 for a hack. Bethel
St. "ack Co.
Tho Ameilcan-IInwallat! ficlchtrr
Mexican hns arrived lu San I'lau
Tho Matfon liner Illlonlan Railed
from San 1-lnncheo this noon for Ho
nolulu Taradise of the Pacific, wrapped
ready for mailing, 25o at all news
itands. Mm. Aklmt nnd Miss Aklun will re
turn to Knual lu tho Mlkahnla this
The Hchuman Carriage Co. has
moved to Merchant street, WnlkIM
II. I'. Ilaldwln of Maul leaves In the
Mlkahala this nfleinoon for tho Oar
Tuko our carrlago or nutomootlo
to Hawaiian Carriage Manfg. Co, for
Hortmanu Chop House open all tho
time on Hotel street, near Nuuauu.
L'xcollcnt mcaln at lowest prices
Yukl Murlshlgu was this mornlir,'
granted a divorce fiom Mntsutnru Mu
llKhlgo on tho ground of desertion
IJ. A. Knudnen and Itov. II. Isonbcrv
of Kauai will leave for their homos
this afternoon on tho steamer Mlkn
Thero will bo no meeting of the
Hoard of Health this week, as I'msl
dent I'lnkhani finds himself unable to
complete tho matters ho deslns to
present for consideration,
Tho Merchants' Association will
hold Its annual mooting tomorrow af
ternoon at 3 o'clock. Odlcers will be
elected for the ensuing ear nnd it
ports read tlnmlnn tho work done
during the past twelve months
Tho Hoard of Supervisors will meet
tomorrow evening A lively meeiln
ii expected, the 13wa road oveitecr
matter, tho Mllvcrtou appointment tin
feed question nnd tho Kick about I'm
tcitlor Ilrown's di awing a salarj dur
lug his trips to Moloknl being among
tho matters which may lead to v.arm
win pmss am
Jacob Hoscnberg, who was arret
ed Immediately after his second trial
on n warrant sworn to by I S DIv
trlct Attorney Hrcckoiis, charging
him with lnulng propeity stolen
fiom the United States, was given a
hearing befoie Cooimlssloncr Fr.inl.
Hatch this morning. He was tiouna
over In tho sum of $2000.
The (lovernment Is determined to
prosctuto tho chnrges against Ito3cn
bcrg until a conviction Is obtained,
foiling that the two ncqulttals aie
onl) on technical giouuds ami have
nothing to do with tho actual guilt
or innoi'cntc of tho accused.
"Homo Sueet Homo" will be to
night's attraction at the Orpheum the ;
liter. This Is a comedy iliania or well
Known merit and Manager Cooley Is
confldent It will piovo extremely pop
ular with Orpheum patrons of every
diss The fctor is lu tho main pa
thetic, but tho play has a catlbfuclory
ending nnd thcro Is n otrong but io
fined coniedv clement nil tho wav
through. .Mr. Cooloy will bo seen ns
.lack Diamond, n gambler, while Mlri
Oladvs Kingsbury will havo nn ex
tremely iitrong emotional lolo as An
nlo, the gambler's wire. Theio are
strong paits tor over actor lu tho can
"Homo Gwect Homo" Is to be pl.ned
tor three nights nnd nt the Saturdaj
On Mondav night next a very funnj
faico Is promised, "Lend Mo Your
Wire." Mr. Cooley hns staged Home
clever rnices slnco ho began his sea
i.o n here, hut nono has been stron.'o
In Inughable situations nnd wltt) Ola
loguo than this. "Under Sealed Old
eis" Is promised for tho week end.
it X .' it X
HONOLULU WEATHER '
;; a -
Tonipei attires C n m., 05; 8 a in.
09; 10 n. in, 08; noon, C9, morning
n.iromcter, 8 a. in., 30.20; absolute
humidity, 8 a. m , 3.9f(l grains per
t'uble foot, lelnllvo humidity, 8 u m
51 per cent; dow point, S a. in, 50
Wind 0 n in., volocltv 18, dliectlon
N. K ; 8 a. in., volocltv 12, dhoetloii
N. i:.; 10 a. in., velocity 7, direction
N. n.; noon, velocity 15, dlicctlon N II.
Italnfall dining 21 hours ended S a.
m., .02 Inch.
Total wind movement during 21
hours ended nt noon, 311 miles.
VM. H, STOCKMAN.
Section Director, U. S. Weather nure&u,
Prof. (le(go i:, Vincent of tho
University of Chicago, Iiof (leorgo
A. Colo or N'oithwestcin nnd .leul.ln
l.loyd Jones or Chicago weio among
tho spcnUcis at the Amoilcan Socio
logical Society's meeting In Mndlbon,
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