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fiVEKiNo BBLLSflK, HONoLtJLfo, t. ti., M6nDav. Jan. 4. jAid .
a j. . .-. p.. . f-..-. r--J W1W
On Fort Street below King.
For Good Furniture
'Livery and Board
, . ..Telephone 109 ...
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. gents for the Hudion, Chalmers
Uetroit, Kiiiel Kar. Oakland, Frank
Wa" and Pierce-ArfowV"
Tonr .machine Will be ready., for
job when,.we jay, -it will, be, We
don't experiment on autoa;ira repair
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L"' Aiitnmnhilp Stand
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.SEHXhai hji, new 7-seated .auto
ready 'for business at the '
i Proprietor and Manager.
.Corner, AUkea and Hotel Streets.
"The,BesVBuUfCar in America".
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SCHUMAN CARRIAGE C0yXTDi
' GET-A TOP THAT FITS -'
' jT. W. KERSHNER
Auto Tire Repairing
1177 Alakea St,
NEW SEVEN-SEALED 'LEXINGTON
' By Hour or Trip.
MEDICAL BATTERIES-Direct Cur
rent From $8 to, $12,
Union Eleojbrio Co.,
I. C. CARTER, Proprietor
Harrison , Bulldjhg,, .Beretanla Street
M. fc Gunst & Go.
manufacture frm pur dlitllltd wa
ter, Dtllvsrsd to any part of city ky
coiirtioui drlvere. '
flAUU ICE AN! ELECTRIC CO.,
Kawala. Telephone t.
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Are the ART GOODS fchbwn in the
ARTS AND CRAFTS SHOP,
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AT CENTRAL UNUN
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HOT MUCH FAITH UT i
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Describes a WonderJ!allyBea,utJful
Mamoleuni Built by Shah Jehan
to Commemorate the Life.of.0ne
of His Wives'.
An Immerisc congrogatlbn Ailed the
Central Unldn'Cfi'uf'ch yesterday' mirn-'
Ing, when tho Rev. Dr. F. C. Clark, In
ternational pros Idcn of the .Christian
Endeavor Sbchp ty( delivered an jelo
qtient and, Insplflng'serhion. Taking
as his text .the first seven verses of
the 9Sth i;alni, nnd layjng emphasis
"Let us ponid beforq Ills presence wlh
tliankBglvl'nR," his 'vast n'lidleiW 'was
held spellbound with tho wealth of
knowledge which this able and sym
pathetic preacher .bestowed, upon his
hearers. I "' ',' (
"Tljerc .have beer) wondcrf iichangeH
In thp Knf East' IjuringHh'e'paxV' two
decades; Ton years ago China deem
ed still wrapped In the sleep of cen
turies," were the opening words of
his sermon. Dr. and Mrs. Clark wero
In China In 1900, al tho'.timb'of the.
Doxer uprising, ami ,sw rn'any sslgh't's
which have been lippermost In their
minds. "During those awful days,
China was baptlzcd'wlth ,tib .blood
of missionaries, and or the hundreds
oj martyred Chinese converts, whom
bo it to their credit remained stead
fast in, th,jraltjitinUl tijoend."
spcaxing 01 Japan,, ,iir, i.iurn bhiu,
thai it will be a long tipie uerore tne
Inhabitants of that island, empire em
brace Chilstlanlty, as their national
religion. "Cou'ntUcs Imust, be. oyanger'
I'llzed by people of .those .lands, who
have nrst ueen insirucieu uy Ameri
can ami English missionaries'. Ameri
can missionaries will make one .con-
Vert to. ten by. hose natly.e, rnlssloti'
aries, so tnai incro is ai me present
time a crying need .for native ndjelon
nrics and 'the prayers of this and 'oth
er churches throughout ihe world aft
needed to bring about this great 'evan
gelization. "In Korea tho churches are very
largely self-supporting. Our hearts
have been made glad, In .India, ?gypt,
China and Japan, by, seeing tho Inter
oat that is being tnken by the young
people of those lands' In .Christian
"At Agra, India, whither I went to
'attend the Christian Endeavor, Con
vention, 4000 native Christians and
400 native missionaries were present.
Thirty distinct .language wero spoken
at that convention. Those Included
Thlletan, Assumcso, Hlndo, Tamil,
Telegu, Ilurpmn, Shan, Oujeratl, Ma
Sunrise Service. '
' On tho morning after tho convention
when most' of tho delegates' had de
parted for their homei. Dr. Clark and
a smull band of Christians; lioth white
and colored, climber to the top of a
imflll hill lust outside tho city. It
whb early dawn when ttujy ascended
this hill, as they wished to hold a
meptlng nt the summit before sun-
"iiso in jho iiilsts of early dawn tho
Taj-Mahal could .bo seen standing out
In fulut reflet against "tho smoko of
the city. "Am emblem of man'B love
This beautiful mausoleum was built
by the Emperor Slijiti' Jehan 111 honor
of his favorite wife, Mnhtaza Mahal.
During tho building of this wonderful
marblo mausoleum 20,000 slaves., driv
en by overseers for nigh upon 20 years
,wero subjected to ull manner of cruel
ties by their hard-hearted task mat
ters. .Caravau after caravan lpadcd
with priceless' marbles and mosaics'
halted bofoio tliu palace of this great
emperor; nnd all becauso a man so,
loved his wife that he felt ho could
not commemorate her death with a
moro n'tilng monument than the cost;
llest bullying" In the world. '
AS Hie 1UJ JIIUI1U1 IS I11U1I H C11IU1CIU
for the lovo ahusbum) beara towards
a wife, so Is Christianity God's em
blem of Infinite. nqodnoBs and wisdom"
"'since my labt visit Jo Eifypt", Chris
tianity has trebled Itsqlf In the, number
of converts made; while in India,
whero caste and superstition are
rife, Christianity i has mqre thfln
Work In Korea.
"In K,orca, the IJreuliytcrlpB and
Metl;odjsts are working hund lu huiiil
to evaugetize'thUt-Uuddhls'ilc laiidi"T
cannot tell you how pleated, I am to
know (hut Protestant' Chrlsilaub
throughout the world ,are coming
moro and .mot e cloBely In touch with
each oilier th'eso' days, so' that In dine
I fully expect to see- tho varpiis d,iv
nomluatlons welded into one solid or-
They are exclusive in most
a : ,' ,1
ganlzation for the evangelization ol;i
their heathen brothers and sisters."
Dr. Clark then, ended his inscriptive
sermon with a brief description of th,e
great bronze statue of the Christ on
the 'highest pass of all ihe Andes.
Chile and Argentina very nearly came
to mows about the, frontier Inml bor
dering these two countries. Chile
claimed land which Argentina thought
should belong to her, and vice versa.
Edward VII of England was asked to
arbitrate the matter. This astute dip
lomatist solved the question so satis
factorily that war was averted. In
gratitude to Ood, the people of these
two nations subscribed a large sum
of money 'and built this statue mid
way between Valparaiso and lluenos
At the base of the statue are two
carved linages representing Chile and
Argentina clasping hands. ' Beneath
Is a scroll upon which has been carv
ed these words: "He Is our peace
,), have made oil one." "
umsiau ine city 01 mo Janeiro on
one of the peaks, of tho organ moun
tains overlooking the city, Dr. ClarC
andfa parly of Portuguese Protest
ants held a sunrise service, similar
to the one they held at, Agra. Just
ps iney reacneci ine lop they heard
the sweet voice of a natlve'Chrlstian,
who had apparently ascended tho
mountain for tho same purpose, sing
ing, ,the familiar hymn which com
mences with these beautiful 'words:
,"The morning light is breaking."
juii ui-iuru ur, jiarK pronounced
the benediction. Dr. Scudder ' staled
that twenty nailonal or racial strains
,we,re represented In the Central
Union Church, of Honolulu.
Tho music was very appropriate
and well rendered by tho splendid
choir "under the direction of Stanley
Livingston. Mlxa Mnrnral rMnrlx. nt.
tainted at tho organ, 'tlio' two solos
being sung by Mrs. Bruce McV. Moi
ka'll 'and 'Mr.' Philip Hall.
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mm 1910 BANNER
Following is a comnletn list of tho
various Hotletles 'that were present at
Kawalahao church last nvenlne lo
compete for the Inter-scholastlc ban
rjer and tho senior banner for 1910:
Central Union Church .... 49 3L
Christian Church 4C 32
Chinese Church 32 17
First M. E. Epworth
Leaguers 52 4!i
Japanese Maklkl Church . . 34 , 6
Kamehamcha Church 67 CS
Kaumakanlll G3 28
Kawalahao 187 175.
Korean Epworth Ieaguers. 43 38
Mills InBtltuto '..... 31 31
Palama Settlement 41 34
Portuguese .14 33
Ponalaloha . .,.t...i. .,... GO .10
Kallhl and IMoanaliia 13G 17
The Mills Institute waa awarded the
Iptcrscholaatlc banner as they had
100 per cent of their members present.
Tho Portuguese Christian Endeavor-
Ites carried off thn senior banner with
a Kircentago of 97.
Hawaii had 11 delegates present
Maul had, 23 delegates present out of a
toul hteinbersrilp:of.lG00 distributed In
48 societies; Kauai had 23 members
present out of a total membership of
uj uistruiuicd in 15 societies.
REAL ESTATE TRANSACTIONS,
Entpred for Record January 221, 1910,
rrom iu.au m, iq -ttu p. m.
Western & Hawaiian Investment '
Co Ltd to Annlo Wong I,cong..AM
Henry "Watorhouee Tr Co.' 'Ltd to
Winifred l. lioiicrtson , u
Est of Emma Kalolconalnnl by Tr
to Alexander Young ,1.
Alexander Young to Territorial Ho
led Co Ltd AL
A. V. Stevens to Von Hamm-Young
Co Ltd v CM
Mrs,. II A Henderson to C II Cooke
ct ai , i'A
Mai la K King & hsb to George H
Kaplolani Estate Ltd ot nl to Oahii
Hallway & Land .Co D & lie.
Mann (w) to Eugenia K rtcls 1)
re,uT u Miner fc wf to J, Alfred Ma-
" goon ', .11
Prunk 8un(o & wf to J A Nupos.,.,D
J3,"D Tenney Tr to Evelyn D' Harris
Evelyn D Harris ft hsb to Helen O
i Noonan ........ D
Entered for Record January 22, 1910,
Frojn 8130 a, m. to 10:30 a. m.
Charles Melnecko to V A Melnccko..!.
Firm tlahk, of Illlo Ltd to S C Shaw,
ft wf Uel
Kalou Holokahlkt ft hsb to Kukalait
v "Plant'aVlou to 'Ad ,D
JosViiU I' Meudoii6u to K'wong le
WalCo.Hd f..,. I,
Est of James Ouy by Trs to Kwong' '
Lee Wat Co i;
. The Chicago and "Alton Hallror.d
Is testing automatic stokers on thir
ty-six of Its largest engines,
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Soundiug tho praji of.
Ayer's Hair Vigor.rvS's
what ovory one does who Hies
tor tho hair.
If you don't
praise it, then
you must not
uso it. You see,
you'jllho bo plonscd
with' it luityou will
juathavo to toll your
k friends all about it.
remove dandruff, makes tho,
hair grow thick nnd heavy. -'
ilandaomo hnir, rich, glossy'
hair, alwaya tttlraeta. ' You
may have just tsuch hair if.
you will use Ayer's Hair,
Vigor. Accept no substitute.
TmuiltT.I. .hkt4..lm. Hut.. U. S. K
Fare Prepared Paint has
been proved by years of use
in Honolulu. No other paint
can equal it in wearing qual
ity, lustre and beauty.
Don't experiment with im
possible innovations, but use
the paint that has been
"proved by test."
Lewers & Cooke,
122 S. King Street
. .1129 Fort St. ?.
FINE ROILS AND.BUKS, S
BOSTON BAKED BEANS, '
BOSTON BROWN BREAD.
BEST, HOME-MADE BREAD) IN
. .TOWN. ; v
Ring up 197. . '
, for. Groceries. Phpn,e 76.
CHOICE CUT' FLOWERS '-
Young Bd. Tel. 839.
Yee Cljan & ;
Cor. KingjEnd Bethel St.
KINO ST. NEAR BETHEL
Dealera la Furniture Mattrettea.
Eto., Eto. All Idf'dii, of K0A 'ai
USUOK JraRNiTURS "aiie Tf
fJrdar.- J v ' ; ..
FANCY -DRY GOODS
Wah Ying Ciiong Co.,
King St.. Ewa Fish Market.
for gifts at
Bethel St., Between King and Hotel,
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San Francisco Hotels
Geary Street, above Union Square
Jutl oppotlM Hold SI. FrtncU
European Plan S1.60 a day up
American Plan' $3,00 a day' up
Steel and brick structure, furnish.
Ingscoit $200,000. High class hotel
atmoderate rates. Qenter of theatre
f erring sllover city. Omnibus meets
all trains and steamers. Send for
booklet with map of San Francisco.
Hotel Stewart now recognized as
address, "Traw ets." A B C.Code.
THE OLD RELIABLE
Sweet and lasting in tone
quality. We sell it on the
easy monthly payment ' plan.
Hawaiian News Co.,
4 Alexander Young Bldg.
But !our stock wu 'so large and
assortment so complete that we can
still show you almost anything in
our line that will make a respectable
NEW YEAR'S GIFT,
. oc uo.,
Phone S12. ' 113 Hotel St.1
Stop That Cold,
Chambers' . .
will dq( it.
Cor. Fori anS king tit.
BOOKS! B00KS! BOOKS!
.'. t .M. liU.
- 'BRbWN' & LY6N CO., LTD.
Alexander Young Bldg.
Shapes, Trimmings and Flowers.
Dunn's Hat Shop
CALENDARS and LEATHER (
Dressmaker from r Paris. Stylish
Dresses, tailor-made specialties'. Rta-
aonaoie prices. narruon biock,
Beretanla and Fort slreets.
BERGSTROM MUSIC CO., LTD
'Odd Fellows' Bldg. Fort St,
The rest of the people to know of
the great success Sibyl Campbell
Held Is now making ut The Ho
tline In her very clever costume
dunces; of ihe pleuvlng bits Of
vocal sentiment by Mr. Hlireve,
and the wonderful series of Inter
esting scenes In nnlmnted photog
Everyone to ask for the Dig Nickel
Tablet. ttr snle ut the llulletln
office and In stationery Btores. tl
To rent small furnished cottage with
garden. Address "V. W."
Clean wiping rage at the Bulletin of
Klrst-cluss American chnuffeur de
sires position. Thoroughly compe
tent In every respect, lteferences.
"It. . O.", this office. 4GS3-3t
Chauffeur cap; goggles attached,
Kinder please return to this office,
ilunch of keys, lteturn to this of
fice and receive reward.
Dr. F. SCHURMANN
Corner Union iudrBeretania Sts.
House Consulting, 2-3 p. m. Sat
urdays excepted. a Operating, 8-19
a. m 3-0 p. m.
S. E. LUCAS,
Kaionio Building, cor. Hotel and
Anyone in need of first-clan spec
tacles properly fitted call on him.,
a: r. rowat, d. v. s.
HOURS Club Stables: 10 a. m.
to 12 m.; 3 to 5 p. m. Residence:
8 to 10 a. m.: 1 to 3 p. m.
PHONES Club Stables, 108; Res
Meat Market and Importers.
C. Q. Yee Hop & Co.
AND OFFICE DIARIES
Wall, Nichols & Co.
Sachs Block. Fort and Beretanla Sts,
i-ino furnished rooms, si per uay
$10 and upwards per month. Splcn
' MRS. C. A." BLAISDELL, Prop.
Real Estate Agent
137 MERCHANT STREET
Residences on Beretanla Street,
and other property.
HONOLULU DANCING ACADEMY
Meets Monday and Friday nights .at
8:30 o'clock, Kilohana Art League,
under the direction of
New Dances a Specialty.
Information furnished by Otto
Burmester, Phone Res. 11.79.
P. H. BURNETTE
. Com'r. of Deeds for'Californla &i
New York; 'NOTARY PUBLIC;
Grant Marriage Licensee; Draws
Mortgages, Deeds, Bills of Sale,
Leases, Willi, Eto. . Attorney for the
District Gouti.. 79 MERCHANT IT
HONOLULU: PHONE 310.
. BOSTON RESTAURANT.
'GOOD MEALS FOR 25 CENTf.
NEW AND EXPERIENCED COOK.
Everything in Seuon.
K Hotel Street: near Fort.
We want to see all our old ens-.
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HIIUCIS bUUlO INM.&.
Consulting, Designing and Con
Bridges, Buildings, Concrete Struc
tures, Steel Strutftntes, Sanitary Sys
terns, Reports and Estimates on Pro
jects. Phone 148.
Bulletin Business Office Phone 25(J.
Bulletin Editorial Room Phone 181
Ueach cottage at Ulamond Head.
Addiess ".NY". llulletln office.
Clean furnished rooms; , (1,50, $2
per week. 12S1 Kort St. tt
Two' tiirnlsbed rooms. Apply Mrs.
D. McConnell, 1223 Emma St.
ROOMS -AND BOARD.
Cool furnished rooms and. cottage,
with or without board. 1C34
Nuuanu Ave., near School St.
Prices moderate. 4450-tt
Two shnres In the Wnlnlhn IIul
I .ami, Kauai r 1 lot, with house,
cottage, 2 stables, located In Niiuo
Flnt, near llneiiii; 1 lot, with
home and stable, in the Valnlhn
Valley; tho Wnlnlha Hill I.aud,
consisting of 71 shares .of about
5500 acres. Any other particu
lars, Inquire of O. It. Tltcomb, Ka
llhl, 151.1 Lelluni St. 4520-lw
The Trnliso envelope a time-saving
invention. No addressing neces
sary In sending out bills or re
ceipts, llulletln Publishing Co.,
solu agents for patentee. tt
Diamond nnd Jewelry bought, sold
and exchnnged. Ilurgalna In
watches, mimical goods, etc. J.
Carlo, 'ort St'. 4434-tr
Inter-Island and Onlui Itullroad ship
ping books, nt llullctl'.i olllre. tt
Scissors, knives, razors, saws, lawn
mower ground and sharpened:
good work. Phone 1101. Cor.
Klnnii and Pllkot Sts. 4494-lm
Piano taught in 6 roos, S3 month (8
lessons). Special attention lo
lantnese Employment Association.
ilauimkca near Assl Theater, Call
up phone C9T It you want n cook,
ood' boy or servants.
MARIE KENNY,, from San Francis
co. Dramatic Studio. 17B Uerc
tanl; Phone 33.
fee Sing Kee-.Plumber and Tinsmith,
gmltii at.. bet.Iotl and PauahlT
Mr and Mrs. Hashimoto,
jama ,.- 5 .
178,WqiITAinA AVE., near EMMA
WING WO TAI & CO.
941 Nuuanu St.
Delivered' to retidencee
and office at Mo K
hundred ia 10-lb. lot
W. O. 4RNHART,
1M Marehant t
Tel. 141. '
LEADING HAT CLEANERS.
All Kinds of. Hats Gleaned and
No Acids Used. Work Guaranteed.
FELIX TURRO, Specialist,
1154 Fort Street. Opp. Comvent.
Honolulu, T. H.
AND, OTHER PIANOS
Thayer Piano .Co.
186 Hotel'St. Phone 218.
Bulletin Business Office Phone 290,
bulletin Editorial Room Phone 189.
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