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title: 'Evening bulletin. (Honolulu [Oahu, Hawaii) 1895-1912, September 11, 1911, 3:30 EDITION, Page 7, Image 7',
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ISLANDS CELEBRATES OKDJNJITION
Thirl) Haru at,') today lllshop 1.1-
bort, In ml nC tho Catholic chmch In Islands. In ISSI, silently ufior his ir
tho Isliimls, mih unlnliuil to tlio dlmitltpi, und was placed In charge of
inicsiiionil ruirlk.illy nil of tlio llilr-
ly )eurs nt lit-3 work tuts been spent
In tho Islands
Ho was ordained to tlio prlestluod
on September 11, 1SS1 Ho was born
In Antwitp, llilglum, on August IS,
1S? Il,ti1 1. til ...lll.nfi.l I. ,!.. In.ull
187, and was educated In tho Jesuit
Colleco there, at tho Mechlin mniln-
ury nod tlio .Seminary of Missions .it
DIVINE AT CENTRAL UNION SAYS, ,
SOME PLAYS ARE POWERS FOR GOOD
, News oLJhcCJiuncies Lay
men's "Missionary" Move
ment Moran Coming
With tho Introduction of u present
day thiino In Ills sermon ut tho Cen
tral Union ihmtli ycateiduy iiioiuIiir,
Dr. DuuiiIiir, of Ilostcm, world-fnuiod
editor of 'tliu CoiiBieKullonallst, effect
ed an lutercAtliiR conipailson of tho
icllKloua KiKnllcaii(o of tlio bkasliif;
ol tho child Jesus, in tho Jewish 'lciu
plo and tho loron.itlon of Ccoiku V,
KIur of KiirI.iiiiI, and piCKeiit ruler
mci oiic-llflb of tho K.opk-s of tlio
Dr. Dunning spoko of tlio luloriu
tional peiKo iiiiixcmeul, In which (ho
United Slates Is Hiking tliu Inltl.iUvo
us oiio of tlio latest evidences or tliu
bplrlt of 'the man of X.iructli today.
That Dr. DiiunliiR Is u man of
breadth w,ip oldeiued by his cnthiiH
lahllc allusion tn .mtuln iiiiikIui plec.-es
in tho world of ilramn Kuill plays As
"Tho Ken. ml tn thu llpuso" iiiidj'"llio
I'liKHiiiR of (he Tliiitl I'nor Hail.," lie
said, ale tlio Kiealoi poweis foi Rood
localise no lucnllnn is m ido of tho
Dlcty. i:ciyono Ir iiw.iio of tho pna
ence of tho dliliie tn tho lIiiiiucIciii
and (ho Rre.it truth btoiiRbt liuniu to
tho niidicneo Is tho nunc uppcallui; be
cuiiko of its orlRlu in tho InilUliltial
conscience a tho ipe.iker declined.
Dr. DuniiliiR was Riilled by a lurcu
aucllcncc. 'icslenlny was ti iicMullur
clay at tho feudal Union clinic li. In
tho omuiIiu Dr. Allen i: CrosH, fni
Iho p.iRt ten years associated with
Dr. (Ionian In Joint mlnlslij al1 I'io
Old Houth Clinic h, a fanmun lunduiiuk
In tho noild of religion,' w.ia Iho
speaker. Dr. Cross Is oiiu of tho
jounrer rollRlous, loaclus of Tlnstun,
, and Is IoiiiIiik tliu wculil in (nmpiuiy
with his wife. Tiny will le.no for
Japan noxt 'Inosday as niembers of
tho DuuiiiiiR I'm Unst tutu.
HiirIi Moran, famciuH corruspouiknt
or tliu Loudon Tiuies and now u mis
sionary In China, will arrive on tlio
Tenjo ilaru lonioiiow, roIiir out to
Ills post, nnd his cumins will servo to
rUo added Impetus to thu plum foi
u l.i)nicn'H Mlssiutmiy .Movcnicnt ku
Million hoio this full A lunilicou Is
to ho rIcii at tho UnhciHltj Club foi
Mr. Mm an, at which ho will rIo a
shoit nddress, It Is expected.
Mi. Moran was a famous athloto at
Oxfonl, beliiR a Hhodos Mdinlnr finm
tlio United StatOH. lie had been awaj
finm ills mlsHlcmnrj post tn Ret'innr
rlcd and Is now letuinlUR.
It Is )et uncertain what dato tho
convention hero this fall Is to bo held
Plans aio under a) to biuiru a
woikcr from tho mainland, and until
nous of Ills coming Is leeched, tho
(Into of tho convention will not bo set
Tho Hev. i:imer Smith, pastor of
tho Methodist Kplscopil chutrli
priMehrcl Iho sixth In tlio koiuiou bo-
rlcfi ou (lip Iura I'lhiex Ust pVt'ff"
ne. lie spoke fiom' thetoxi "dlu"
LouViilu. Ho cirne to Ilia Hawaiian
tlto tiiUiiuiia nn Knuil. Ho remained.
horo until IS!! mid then went to Wal-
lulcu until 130J
Ho was niipolnted Uialiop of Zeugma
on Apill , 180.1, and 1.1a consecration
look pjaca In !i;i,i rnnclsco oil July
I- ..f .1... I,.. ............I 1
- 5 of the s.unu Jcar. Ho succeeded
Gutstan l ltonert. lllslion-or I'anon-l
oils, who died Ucic In Jununfy, 1&02
Us Thin. Do.) Our'Dally Bread," and
('IGiipit ili7fn lufeicntliiR aveuue nf
i.iou;;iit i,)' itecnrinR mat socialism is
divide e Into two cl is'lm; tho Rood and
tlio bad illo did not dlsiuss the sub
ject fut tlici, however.
Tho l.ndles Society of th,o Ccntrul
Union Church will hold Its first aftor
noon social of the soasou nex,t Tlnira-
dav, Sept. 14, at 3 o'clock, uL tho homo
uf Mis .1. I). Athcrtoif on King strcoj,
Tlio seclnl featuio ot tho uftcnioon's
luiiRt.im will bo a tulle fiom Miss
Mnjnnrd, vho lias locentlj cenno to
us fioui tlio mulnlaml, on "Tho IIIr
Slsler .Iotnicnt.' All ladles of Iho
ilmicli anil coiiRieR.itloii nro cordially
Invited. iptiauKcrs and nowcumciH aro
meed to .iliend niiel get acciualiituu
with the- ladles of ho church.
Tho blinding co limitteo of the Con
1 1 ul Union chin ill wl( nioet this even
lg at ,7:3(1 o'clock In tho Parlor to
wclccmio all who ck.slro Id uulto with
this eliiuc.li nt .tlio upiiro.iebing com-
uiimlon. A icitdl.il Imitation Is ex
lejidcd uu.ouo Jnteics'.ed. '
Tor (lip iiurpjMj'of clvetliiR olflcfcrs,
tho I. idles' Aid Society of tho Mctbo
dlst i:plh,ip,i Chin ch will moot in tho
Viiihik I.iiIIpk' loom of Iho cliurih tin
murmur uriuinoon .it 2:.I0 o'clock
'llils will bo Iho aniiiiil buslnoss meet'
lug ot lh(j society and nuilteia of lin-
pontii'iu aro to bo dtbciisbcd.
At tlio homo of Mis, A. I". Clark,
coiner I'aho.t uvcnuo aud 12tk avenue,
Kulinul.l, a ipoetlug of tho boning bo
(let of i:rlll;ih:iu (liillil took place
tins urn run in
At tlio chilstlau I'inc ivor meeting
at Centiat Union chin rb last oven
lug, Mr, 1 1 ank C. Athorton, a former
picBldent of tho hocIcI), and for muiiy
5 oii.i ono of tlio most active workers
tu lilts dopiiitiucnt, brought to the
present iuimborshit some Intcrcstiiig
accounts of former diys ncqualntliiq
Iho joung pooplo wtli Iho iicrsons
who can let on tlio work and the pio
blems which tho society undertook to
meet jn tliosu times.
1)io Ilov. Allen K, Cioss of llostou
will r(vo a gouorat talk ou tellgloiis
stibjeets tumoirovv aftcinixiu at u
o clock at tho McKcnzIo Mfs'slou Ha
waiian chinch on Wjlllo street.
All women of tho city tutorested In
Y. '. C. A. woik arq lnlled to at
tend tho lecture, to ha glvon by Miss
Helen K Ilaincii at the Homestead,
i,ltl King stuct, at lO-.IO o'clock to
moiiovv moinlug. Owing to tho fact
thut-tho hour ot nirlval of Iho stcain-
hhlp Toil) ti Mum Is
lioill of the lertuio Is tentative. How-
ovci slrfTelel It not tuku ilaio In tlio.
niciiilng plans for tlio evening will bo
Miss Dimes U oun of tho national,
Y W. sccioI.iiIpk. It Is ovpected III il
Bjui vlH",li"no"ioinetliIig J6"tay )"-
?urilliia,'locj liiiPiuiLiue'iit-ul ins.
vV-a - ' r -,'
WILL INSIST ON
(Continued fretn Pag 1)
Japan For Arbitration Court.
The Kpcukrr then spokq of tlio arid-
Irnllnn , neirt. mill fnlil thn 'nllrilCHCO
Unit Japan, though small iim flic l,l
wants t" be reveignUcd by tlio world's!
in bit rut Ion court In orilir to nciom-l
lilMI' till", be wild. Japan should so
conduit dcrsolf, c oinmerclally or oth
erwise, 8 will eventually oiien tho
r)cs of tho world's grcnt powers. Ho
Mid that Jninn la tint anxious for
war. but to llo In pence anil liarmdny
with oilier countrlis mid rates.
llrfnre lone lug Japan the speaker
mid that he Ueird President Jordan
of Stanford Uiilv.TKJt), Cnl, nehocit
lug peneo In Jnpail Wherever Jordan
went, lie nnk lonl.td upon b the Jap
anese an oik of tho gi cutest celucntors
that the world ha ccr produced The
speaker raid that tlio llmo will tonic
when thero will bo no more misunder
standing between the people of the
Unllcd Slate and that there will to
nn, euiisn for wur,
(.'hanging IiIh subject, tho Hpenker
next dwelt i pon tho boycotting of
American Roods by the Asiatics
Vim Japanese have no Idea of boy
cotting American Roods," said lie
Huel, talk, ho added, was Hlniply the
work of iiRltators, In order to sub
stantiate hit lcwi?, Khlmurtu said that
JiilHin could not Ret atonR ommor
c lull j were It not for tlio aniplo sup
plies of American Roods whkli arc
brought to Japan annually On tho
snmo Rround. bo jictnted out that there
nro certain products of Japan which
aro needed by the Americans,
t'ontlniilnR, be Mild that the Jap
nnoHo trado with the United States has
Incrinsed to 1 190,000,000, and that
should war brink out lstween theso
nations they will be Rreat losers com
llcfore clofliiR he said that Japan
wns not . opposed to the Immigration
of oUicr pcoplo to Japan, and that
mii principle, lie nrgueii, siiouni np
lit) In the coivp of Japanese who dc
idre ti EP t t'allfornlii Ho tiolnted
nut the fact that there Is much waste
land In Callfornli which should bo de
i eloped b) small farmers, nnd that tho
worklngtnen thoro aro so small In
number that It is. In bis opinion,
proper to penult n certain number of
Jnpi.ucsc fanners to laud, but in order
to ascertain tho alleged objectionable
features of Japuneso linmlRrutlon, 1io
will, while on the Tactile Const, btudy
An to the war between Russia nnd
Jap in. 4I10 speakLr said thnt hid not
niisslu broken faith as to Korea, Micro
would have, been no conflict between
tlio two tuitions '
Prof. Nltoln, wlio arrived late, next
addressed thu audience!. His attention
was directed to tliq Vtudents of tho
Japanese schools, who bail withered
there to hear the two dlsthiRUlshcd
orators of their native country.
AinonR other tbliiRS, Trof. Nllobo
tiolnted out most prominently the real
meaning of tho word "Individuality."
lie said that a Japanese, no matter
where ho is located, should alwa)s re
number that hu Is an 'Individual" ot
thu community In which ho resides,
nnd that as such bo should sen to It
that his rlithts as uli "Individual"' und
not ns n Jainneso are respected
e l ' 1
"Let eury Japanese say," the speak
er continued. '"I will see Unit mv
rights as an Individual .lirci respected
lii a comiuunlt) vv hi rtn if rcBleJo.'"
Kattura Says, "N.i War.'',
In 's'pcliklng nf war talk, l'rof, Nl
lobo ussuroej tlio auelleneo that tbero
Is no (car of a war letvvisn tlio Unit
ed State. wind Japan., He then told his
coiintrjineii thnt lie had a confidential
talk with Marciiils Katsura, r-iremler
of Japan, wllb refcrenco to n rumor ot
war between tho United Stntes and
Japan Katsura emphatic all) told
l'rof Nltobe that tluro will bo no war.
Pralte for Prof. Scott.
Changing his subject, Nltobo then
praised l'rof M. M. Scott, who was,
present 011 tlio platforin. for t'10 In
terest ho took In educating tho Japan-j
esc; )ouths In 0110 of tho Japanese mil J
ersltlns In 'loKlo,' Japan, tblrt)-tlvei
)ears iiro .
"When I saw this grand, gray-haired
obi mnn nt the dock )estcrd), I
could 'not utter'u word," ho suld. "I
could not find proper words to express
my Rratltudd for whnt he had tnugbt
ino when I wns n boy fourteen enrs of
nge In tho school where ho wns n
lutin " Ho 1 raised and compllm'e ntcit
l'rof, Scott lor what bo" had ilemiv for
blui bud for other prominent Japaueso
In Japan today.
BEAU, ESTAJE TRANSACTIONS.
Enttred for Record September 9, 1011.
From 1030 a. m. p 430 p. m.
Akovval, tr, to Frank n CUrke..,. Jt
Hst of It P Ulshop b) trs to T'll-
abeth O Angus ,. I)
Entered for Record September 11, 1911,
From 8i39 a. in. to 10i39 a. m.
uiulhl unit hrb to Mrs lbittlo 1C
Anna ,.,., U
Win Matson und wf to Louisa 1C
rrleuds of (iovcrnor Marshall arc;
IdIiik lev illsouinli innio tho Demo-1
nutle iiieimu( In bibulf of Woodtovv
llsou III llldllliu
HONOLULU, T. H, MONDAY, SEPT.
jYour Liver &
is Clogged up
That' .WlfWrt TJfwl-Ont of
aorta Havr. no AaaeHsa,
vll Ml you nftj
a a few day.
I hey do
kwiu, BKHfettiea, aaa okh nneaoe.
hUU niu mku. doji. small mice
Gensine memUM Bignaturo
UP FOUR DAYS
c Pen ecllliif; Ihiuor whUh was lo be
cuiisumed on tlio premises feu nidi
J. I. Mariclioi of W.ilalu.i w is )es
tcrdn) tirelcrcd by tho lloird of I.l
quor IJcejiho ConimlsRloiicrH to iloso
Ills siloou foi four di)S A full hojiel
waa picscnt foi tlio' flml Ilia In
Tlio executrix of tho Mcl'IMie is
tato Is lo bo notified lh.it the Mv
Tlglie saliHiu must be closcel up with
in fifteen da) a of the vxpliiitliu of
tlio required six inuiiths tluu of tho
public notice to eredllois.
The cuto In wlileli Alrefl 0 Itiibi
Is nllecod tiv tho liojnl to have soil
11 flvo gallon demijohn of wine to 11,
linckmnn and not to h ivo 1 nlered (he
sale up 111 ins hooks piieri) was
postpaid! owing to the h ickm in be
t Mnrugei IJucklo) of I'caeork mid
Compaii) protested against tho rule1
which makes It ncccssni) for anv-
one lui)lng .1 bottlo of liquor to glvo'
ini'ii name, no poimo 1 one 111111 mis
did not apply to tho saloons nnd tint
mail) peoplo who came In to liuv a
bottle for medicinal or c oklng pur
)h)ech trtoiiKht it was a imlico lobu
lation and oblccted,
Tlio mutter Is to he taken up and
tho one; may bo 111111I0 threa bottles.
HAMPERED RY DEER, MAN
BATTLES WITH RATTLER
Hunter Pins, Hedd by Gun Stock
But Snake Coils Aljput. Legs
Till KUItTcl BSrkiiifd.
ltO.S, .U15 10. Ilnlldleppeltb) n
huge buck vvhhli was strapped to his
shoulders, A I, Marshall of Marin
county bad 11 linlr-rnlsliig battle with
11 big nettle Hiiuleo neur Held J I lit.
Marshall 11 1 most slipped on the
snake.1 which had -lelehtI) bei 11 asleep.
It wnmteVi late to rctrant and be wns
too close to rlrlku an etfcctlve blow, so
'himpflscipe.djtjii; HinkC'aJicud beneath
110 sioik or ins gun
.aaBBBBBar wii ii.t
v is) mV
Strong, reliable light, proof against all
7 different styles in stock.
Jtr'jCHW""! " til'it"'"',!'"iai.vamj-wv.'i u - .'""gwii - ' - w -
During the Hot Weather
You Need a Healthful Beverage
Sin A'jrj ''lyElihaH
U M M M w r-. .
Unable lei release Its heid the .nnko
krt lolllni,' around Muishall's fegs,
while Its rattles hummed with anger.
.Marshall soujjit to gc,( Ills knife In
a hip pocket, but It was almost unat
tainable because if the deer on his
built After must uTort ho got tho
knife and made an Ineffectual stab at
the snake's head
TJic rattbr wiggled Its bead almost
out from under tho gun stock Mar
shall -suddenly raised the 'gun nnd
brought It down with great force, but
quicker than bo (ould nfovo tho snnke
tolled und struck tho gun barrel.
Hal shall soon pinioned Its link
again This time he inado effective use
of bis knife.
Tho snuko" had slxtecju rattles. Its
bode was as big as a mail's wrist.
. V . (
Tho death of lliomniv Shavv, prob
abl) (lie iildest mill) 111 Ni vv Itruns-
wleli, was luinouueed rj.eeutl) I lo was
10r ynrs old
ARE B EST
Madetfrqrntextra heavy tin, heavily
coated, and specially tinned wire.
Guaranteed toHbum perfectly and to
be 6f the very best materials and
1 1 1' f ' Ji
H, DAVIES & CO., LTD.
Keep Primo Beer on ice at home
It is the Finest Tonic and Beverage
you can drink.
iem? ' V
The 3eer That ;s Jrcwcd
Touit The Climoie
.Ulw en .j-JjuiT'.' '
Folding Chairs and
J. Hopp & Co., Ltd.
OAHU FURNITURE CO.
King Street, oppoilta Young Hotel
I' O Ilor 840 I'bona 301
.' - - nvis! "v nrn wiwajir ff - rr
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I V 4 1M
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Callad For and Delivarcd
and Hotel Streets Phone 1S62
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