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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T, II., SATUIIDAY, ArniL 4, 1908
CHURCHES THAT ADVERTISE
GERMANY'S. MONSTER WAR ENGINE
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N?W YORK, N. Y., March 2 ). Up to date publicity methods ar c now being followed by pastors of
various churches, who have now bec jroe virtually their own press agent o and are doing their own "billing."
Ingenious methods are now being em Moved to draw strangers to teh ch urch. Both circulars and posters ar;
being used, and whole pages of Saturday newsuapcrs taken up with'adv ertiseincnts of an rJluring character.
Sowe castors publish, periodicals which cell' attention to their sermons and print records of the parishes, pla-
.-... ..... imi, uu, jjriitBt, use every art io araw large congregations.
Ann Jlutfson, for fifty years a nurse "Honest Jim" Rollly, the village
In tllO fimilly Of tlfO IlcV. Itnhprt l.ltamltl. nf finrlh Haitian. M V
Shaw liowhnd. Now -York, la deadi
bfto, entered Dr, Howland's housa
whoi Ills first child was Lorn nnil
she hcttuuo so attached to tho rim
drnn tb which alio acted an nurse that
nettling' rould" induce her to lcrv
them; Sho was SlTyeura oh). , .
who drove the toughs from the vll
bgo.iind paid off Its debt, has hecn
re-elected., Its prpaldpnt.
General Grant's autograph order
to (loncnil Thomas to advance on
Hood at. Nhshvllle In 18G4 Hold In
N Yofy rr lSfl ' , t
K. II. Sothcrn will shortly
Ouco u one-act iilay called
Woaltness orMan," wrlttenhy John
Allen Wycth. IS yenra old, son ofn
Now YorH physlclau.
Alice HolIlK of Tort Huron, Mich.,
Is roifortcd to have been cured of
ljllndtfcsit of thlrtyfyBursVstandlnghy
' ft Kunueatv speclnlfstii ,,
TUti Ni,W Ot,TlMMXrVL,'t'liTbiA.Ti;JiAYiilKH"Aa OJll4Vrtl,l,APUHl!.MCOVJi.t;VlUJ
THE LAUNCHING OF GERMANY'S DREADNOUGHT, THE ERSATZ BAYERN. TOOK PLACE AT WILHELMSHAVEN MARCH 5. THE
VESSEL'S DISPLACEMENT IS 17,080 TONS, AND HER MINIMUM SPEED IS TO BE NINETEEN KNOTS. HEll CREW WILL NUMBER 860,
INCLUDING 27 0FPICERS. SHE WILL CARRY TEN 1MNCH GUNS. THE COST OF HER CONSTRUCTION, INCLUDING TRIAL RUNS, WILL
BE 1,838,000 ($9,190,000).
MAGAZINES AND BOOKS
TKE AMERICAN BATTLESHIP
AND LIFE IN THE NAVY
.tlio nuvy; length, breadth, oincers. Ink stnnipinK. S1.2S. I.alul & Lcc.
men, dlsplaccinciit, number and slzo publlshors, Chicago.
of guns, when built and when com- i s c
missioned, with total summary. Also Waslilnftton, March 11. Tliero U n
many man-of-war yarns. Including a probability that Hayes oriental exclu-
Uy ,Thomaa Ucycr, n blucjacliet.
Published by special authority' of the
United States Navy Department, and blo-pago map In four colors, showing
graphic description of tho greatest
naval feat ever recorded In history.
Tho route of tho l''lectfrom Hnmpton
Roads to Magdalena Day (the prac
tise groundH) Is Illustrated by a iloti-
slon bill will como up for consilium-
Hon before tho present Congress. It
matlc nttumpts to scttllug the Iraml
gratlon ipiestlon would briDg about
cry satisfactory rosults. I do not be
llee tho Hayes bill will bo reported
at this session, but by next session. If
Japan has decided, the bill will not, I
beneve, Hnd much opposition."
Uonrosentatlvo Hues said ho pro-
forco favorable report on the bill by
th,i pnttimlttitn lint Ttnvna ilnntnu tlmf
enaorseo oy Aumirai ucorge uewoy proposea return via puoz uunni, siop- ita a r0. However, tho conimlttoi
was supposed that the revolt aB.Uns; ' .,ogeil t0 yKl!., nt work uoti, 0 j,,
tho power of the Speaker, st.u ted )'.' u.llt against tho houto rules and for
lerday by Hayes, v;a.l destsned ln jaI,am.o ccluslun. His fight against
and Rear Admiral 11. I), Evans., Uu
ties of officers, "crew and oeamen, rou
ttno work, drill, amusements ami op
portunities, description of ships,
parts,- guns, nrmor nnd docking. Ta
bles giving completrMatlstlcs and in
formation rcgnrdlug'thoi great tcUthw
8hll);lcrulBeYH anil torpedo boats1' In,
pliiK places, and distances. One of having the bill in cliarge 1s aliiidjt
tho most valuable bookn of reference
pertaining to the nnvy ever Issued.
Forty beautiful photographic half
tones of warships, Including Rear Ad
unanimous In tho opinion that ;Jnpc.:i
ttiouM he given at least nnhthfti' yonr
In which to carry out t promises. tb.V
no pasLipnrtR will be Itsucd to labcvurs
lifinn.l rt I It la nititirt
mlral Kvans' llagshlp Connecticut. II- ,,. m , , ..
lUBtrallnKillfem Ix.ard n mah-o'-war. fcoi,'mj' t.i Vie the general tcellng .hero
'246 pages. Illue slik Cloth; gold ami that another yeir ilpvntV.l..'iti. .Uiliv.
tho house mica is not tnKcn seriousiy
by old tnombtrs,
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Diamonds are not ,io cost less, de
spite tho reported break between tho
two companies which control tho
majority of the output, recording to
otneers, of the Diamond Cutters' As
sociation of America, who arc quoted.
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