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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H, SATURDAY, JAN. 13, 1912,
Hawaiian Sceonil Degree.
Honolulu Ciniimiitiilcr) -Regular
Oceanic First Degree.
1,(1 Violin Chapter No, .'I,
II. I.'. S. Itegiilnr.
AD TUllIn mmbrn of tflo
Order lire cordially InviUil to
attend !ndlngn of local IndjtM
Keet on th
2nd and 4th
t K. P. Hull
7:30 P. M.
HfflHE ENGINEERS' 2 Ana
vCNEFlCIAL A?SOP-1AT10K. elation, cor
S7H. VcKINLEY IODOE. KO. 8.
x. of r.
M:ie nry 2nd ami 1th Haturday
renlnx st 7:30 o'clock In II. of P.
Hall, cor. Fort hint Horctni.la. Vlalt
lug brothvrn cordially InrtttJ t't at
und. V. F. Kll.DBT, C. C
E. A. JACOHSUN, K. tt. 8.
aOWOLULU L0DOI, 616. JJ. t. 0. 1.
Honsluiu Lodge No. 61, B. P. 0.
tiki, mtets In '.htlr ball, on King
Itrttt, near Tort, every Friday ve
iling. Visiting Hrolbnrn at cordially
'DTlted to atlcni.
d. I. n. isKNiinna, n. n.
ar.o. t. kludgei.. sec.
HAWAIIAN TIUBE NO. 1, I. O. R. M.
Meets every tlrst nnd third Tuesday
of each inuntti In Frulcrnlly Hull, I. O
O. !'. building. Visiting brothers cor
dirtily Invited to attend.
HENItY A. ASt 'II. f.ichcni.
i.uuis a. runny, c. of n.
OAHU LODGE NO. 1, K. of P.
Meets every flrnt nml third Friday nt
T'50 o'clock, Pythlnu Hull, corner Hero
tnlilu mid Fori streets. Visiting lirotli'
crtf curdlully Invited to attend
P. DKCKiril, C. C.
O. llHINli K. (if It. tt B.
HONOLULU AERIE 140. F. O E.
MccIh on second and fourth Wednes
day evening of each month nt 7:30
o'clock, hi S.in Antonio Hall. Vineyard
street, near Kmmn. Visiting brother
are Invited to nu?nd.
W.M joni:s, V P.
Jl'I.H'H V ASCII, Secy.
Kdwiird Hade, tho noted Psychic of
San I'ruuiitco. who for over twenty
Jonrs litis been prominently ldentltled
with tin-Hplrllii'illHta societies of Amcr
Icu, l In Honolulu nnd will denion
strato ps.whlc phenomena, etc. Splrlt
linl ndvico on nil mutter Riven. Dally
10 to I; evenings hynppnlntinent. Tel
ephone 3313 or Jit residence, 782 Klnan
street. CIrnnd Scanco every Thursday
IJ'o., H o'clock. 6000-tf
Importer Fort St
Milton . Paron3
Advanced Shipment Received of
Fort 8treet Upstair, in Boston1 Block
1C2? NUUANU STREET
Up-to-dato Millinery and Men'a Hnts
City Transfer Co.
FAST AND FURIOUS ECLIPSE NOW
ENTERS TRADE IN THE PHILIPPINES
Alterations Completed at Hongkong Manna Kca an Arrival
From the Big Island This Morning Sheridan Is Delayed
German Ship Ready for Sea.
In u i lu nlil familiar enroll lie
i homier Id MpM'. whli h for yenrn oc-
iipifd n (onuniindln position nloni;
"lotlen row" left the yard of the
hip liulldeiH nt Hie IIoiikIomr dnl
mine weeliH ngo. II Is declared (lint
la, ii I w.iieifrontrra would have rnhlieil
their eyes In wonderment nt the many
Important diansea effected In trio jh-
The I'Vllpfn, nt one time a "nrldo"
in I hi' Una) Inter-Island Meet. A xl.t
li'i ililp to the Surprls". which after,
ward laid her hones on n Kntuit reof,
aK rome months ago purchased hy
The lllise was to have sailed frrtm
lloiiukon for Manila nhout the tlnifi
of arrival ot the .InjiancKn steamer
Nippon Mam. The vessel was Riven
an enplne and now the properly of
the TiiHiilar Traiuportatlon Comjiany
composed of prominent .Manila cnjil
lallsf". the Kcllj'sc Is one of n fleet of
stenm Bchooners which will lie used
In the transportation of valuable
hardwoods, from .Mindanao fnro-dsand
mills to the mainland of China.
The new (omjiany Intends In enter
the shipping business liandlliiK ImiIIi
lumber and ceneral enrKo lliroiiKlinut
the Philippine Islands.
The Kcllpse which originally owr
nled In ilawiilhm waters, hr.s lieen at
llonukoiiK for the Inst few weeks un
dergoing alteration and repairs to
meet all the requirements of tho Phi
lippines; shipping legulntlons.
The train of Incidents connected
with the departure of the Kcllpi-o from
Honolulu Is still freth In the mT
of i-hipplng men. This Is tly vessel
will, h carried a i row Including some
intber distinguished residents, whout
Hie termination of Hie voyage wer
i Milled io draw the munlllnent sum
of twenty Iho ecu Is.
Spiirlo from tin- Mlnless.
Six vesuelH were reported llirough
wireless recelM'd at this elly last night
P. SI. S. S .Manchuria, en route to
the Orient. 8 p. m., January 1'.'. 115
miles from Honolulu.
M. N. S. S. Ilonoliilan, en route to
San Kramlseo, s p. m., January 12.
7 inn miles from San fraiiel'en.
,M. N. S. S. Illlonlan, en routo In
Honolulu, S p. in., January 12. 1033
miles from Honolulu; strong wind:
M. N. S. S. I.iirllne, en iiinlu In Ho
nolulu. s p. m., January 12. 7Ki
miles fioui San I'lauclwo.
T. K. K. S. S C'hlyo Maru, en route
in Honolulu, 8 i) in., January 12. -
71 nilliM from San Kriiiielseo.
II. S. S. Now Orleans, en roule In
Hnnoliilu, s p. in., Jaiiunry 12. lirj
.Manchuria ns a I'luallug llolil.
The 1'acllli- Mall uleanishlp Mandiu
la which passed lliiough Hi lulu
Hie llrt of the week en route to the
Par Hast will teru as n (loatlug vei.
H'l hotel during n btny of at leant
five das at Manila. The MuihIhih,,
Is to call at Shanghai theie to take
on board n hundred or mure passen
gers liouuil for tho great Phlllpplnu
inrnlinl. Many of those people will
presiimalily eleit Io remain on board.
Ialng their jiro rata of expense p-t
The Mnncliurla will leave Nagasaki
January 2." and go from there lo Shan,
glial, arriving In Manila nhout .Tnnu
tiry .'!D, In 'good time for tho carnival.
The agents exjieil uhout Km pas.
i-ciigi rs from Sbiinglml on this trip
of tho Mnncliurla.
MicrMiui Hue nt .Mlilnlglit.
Tho transport Sheridan from San
e'n Ino will come alongblde the Aln
Inn wharf tomorrow riiornltn; Ac
lording to late wlrelm ndvlci'B the
W.C Peacock &Col, Ltd.
Tel. 1704 Wines and Liquors Tel. 1704
Family Trade a Specialty
( Mont Rouge Wines
Sole Agents Mumm's Champagne
( Schlitz Beer
Iroopshlp Mill arrive off Hie port on
or about midnight. The Sheridan Is
expected lo get nwny on Tuesday nfl
ernoon, hut this date set for departiiro
will require some tall hustling on tes
part of the stevedores lo put aboard
lO.'O tons coal, that Is required to
carry the Sheridan (o Manila.
Iteri'iitlnn on t.'criiian Ship This After
ilium. Captain Waller, master of the lli
(lenuan training ship llcrzogln Ce-
celle will entertain a Inrge gatherlni!
of friends on board ship this after
noon, festivltliM beginning at four
o'clock and continuing throughout the
evening. A number of prominent offi
cials in Territorial, Clly and County
KAvcrnmrnt circles have liocn Invited
and will accept the unbounded hosp!
tnllty of the skipper ntnl his, officers.
The llerzogln t'eeelle will ho dltfpatilv
ril for Sydney. N. 8. , on Monday
afternoon or Tuesday morning.
Snir.ir on llaiwill.
Sugar neciimiilatlng at various Vrts
nlnng Hawaii ,nnd nwnltlng shliment
Incluilcs the following nceordlng to r
port received from Purser Phillips of
the hteniner Milium Kca arriving fiom
Illlo via way ports this morning:
Olaa 1000, Walakc'a SSOi), Wninalci
S00, Umpahoehoc tfiOn. Ookaln 52S
Hninnkiia lnno, Pnniihnu IS00, Hono
l;na S000, Kiikulluiclo BUOO, Punalim
217G and. Hontiapo 3011 sacks.
Arliinau IINcliarging New York Cargo
New York enrgo Is being discharged
from the American Hawaiian freighter
Arlzounii at the railway wharf and
that vessel Is exported will be dis
patch for Knhiilul and Illlo on Mon
day evening. The Arir.nnnn will lie
given the regulation twelvo thousand
tons sugar at the several Islnnd ports
before tho dispatch for Sallna Cruz.
Claiiillne Carried l'liiir-l'iioleil Pas.
Ten head mules were Included In
the shipments to be lauded nt Knhii
lul from the Inter-Island steamer
Clamllnn which sailed last evening,
A. M. Drown shipped six horses to bin
Maul ram.li. A fair list of passi-jigc!
sailed In tho vessel.
1)11 Tanker at Illlo.
I-'iici oil was illsehaiged at Ullo from
the American nil lauker Santa Marl.i
according to reports brought to this
clly by olllcors In the steamer Manna
Kca. Tho Mittsim Nnvlgnllon freight,
cr Iladea lomplcted taking on sugar
at Illlo anil sailed for San Krauclsco
on last Thursday.
.Ik n I Drought .Sugar Prom Hawaii.
The fteamer Maul was nu arrival
from Hawaii ports today with 10.K7I!
sinks Of this commodity, also 75 head
cattle and 111 packages sundries. Tho
Vessel took on cnttlo while ut Knwal
liae. Light winds and n mndcrat"
bwcII Is reported running along the
FLEET GOLFERS TO
TACKLE CLUB AGAIN
A return match between the golfers
of the I'liclllc lleet and tho Country
Club players will be held next Satur
day. Probably ten-man teams will
contest. The llrst match resulted III it
win for OhIiii.
Tho grounds committee of the club
nt ii mietliiK last night named the con
dltlnns under which tho chnllengo cup
prohcutYd by the lleet golfers Is to bo
played tor. Tho cup will bo plned for
annually, the second Saturday In July.
The play will be 30 holes, handicap
The small boyn stomach Is usually
n apple pe order.
TIDES SUN AND MOON
C io' 5
cm.' (uo, 53:
5 01 (H S3!
I".",. 0.1" 53S
HI. MO fc.30
, s.oi. 6.iii 5.:mi
n in' o m (i in1 6 io
I-ist quarter of tho moon Jan. 10,
Temperatures 0 a m . 70; 8 n. in.,
71; 1U it. in., 70; noon, 71; morning
ltaromcter, S n in. 30.02; ubsolute
humidity, S a. in, t,.G7l grains per
cubic foot; rcliithc humidity, X it. in.,
SI per cent; dew point, S a. in., .
Vlml-i! it nt t'ldiiolli Tt illritcllmi
N.i S a. in., velocity r,, direction .N'. 10
a. in., velocity S, direction NW.j noon,
velocity ft, direction si;.
Rainfall during .'I bourn ended 8 n.
Total wind movement during 21
hours ended nt noon, 112 miles.
VESSELS TO AND
FROM THE ISLANDS
(Special Cable to .Merchants'
Saturcla), Jatniiiri l.'t.
KAHUI.l'l- Sailed, Jan. 12: S. r
Alaskan, for Sallna Cruz
IIII.O Arrived, .Tan. II: S. S. Santa
Sfarl.i, hence Jan. 20.
SAN KKANCISCO - Sailed, Jan. 18,
noon: S. S. KnterprlT, for II lie
SAN KUANCrSCO-Arriveil, Jan. 13.
"2 a. m.: S. S. Mongolia, hence Jan. 7.
SKATTM'J Arrived Jan. 13: S. H.
Virginian, with bows badly damag
ed In collision dii Paget Sound.
S. S. Sheridan will arrive from San
Francisco 7 a. m. tomorrow (Sunday)
and sail for Manila Monday 'at liOon.
Per stnir. ,Mauna Kca, from Illlo
via way ports, Jan. 13. -Mrs. 1 lender-
son, Mrs. Drown, U S. Crosby anil
wife, .1. A. Coukey, II. U'ellwood, I).
O. Dell and wife, C. Sllvcrson and
wife, J. Unger and wife, Dr. J. Mac-
ltay. P. U King. O. M. Mlnton. Mis
lllshop, A. W. Richardson nnd wife.
A, Onrtcnbcrg, If. C. Lydcckcr, V. Ii.
Tcnney, Mrs. O. A. Ilcrndt, II. W. Unt
itle and wife, C. Ca.ilenilykc nnd wife
v. cane, capt. !. Ii Hopkins, ,.
T. Molr. If. I.al Hip. J. Leal. Mm.
Kitzslmmons, Mrs. J. A. Auhl, Miss
Ailld, Miss Walker, Miss Mclntyro
II. J. Huclilj, W. A. Ilalley, It. S
Young, Miss McPliersnn, MIhx Alex
ander, Mrs. V. W. Klcbalin, Mrs. W
II. Keller, M. O. Handle. A. W.
Keeeh. K. W. Deeming, P. W. Illuett,
P. Woods, A. (1. Smith, It. S. llo
mer, (1. Iliicholt. It. II. Mnkcknii. I.,
Wall Chew, Master llnbliinwllz, O,
Maldn, .1. P. dirts, P. J. Daniels, W I
Villa. J. II. Mugoon, S. Ii Scott. It. I
A. Wndswoilh, W. O Aiken, S M.T.u-
moto, K, Matsumoto, Yogoto, C. 1'
(iuoii, Mrs. Kelll, (leo. Smithies.
Per Stmr. .Minimi Kca, fur Illlo via
way ports, Jan. Ill W. II. Hire and
wife, Mr. Ccdcrlorr and wife, It. Mil
ton and wife. Miss M. M. Wright, Mrs
Wtilkcr, J. A.' Dranga, It. W. Hostel,
Prof. Jaggei, W. l William, .Mr.
Stockman ami wife, .Mrs. D. C. Coin,
Mrs. P. Ii Thompson. II. W. Miller,
J. A. Dunbar, Miss V. Harrison, Mm.
Walker, Hose Motion.
Per stmr. Mlkahala, for Maul and
Molokal pints, Jon. Ill Senator A. !.
Juild, J. II. Drown and wife, II. Draw
er. Per stmr. Claiiillne, for Illlo, via
way ports, Jan. 111. Rev. A. V. So
Per stmr Klnan, for Kauai poftB,
Jan. 10 William lino, Miss Miller.
. Per stmr Kllntiea, for Komi ami Kan
ports, Jan. 22 Mrs. D. Scudiler.
Vice Admli'dl IJIchl of tho Imperial
Japanese nny, who visited this port
In I'elirunry. HMD. died ut Ills lioinn
III Kokio. Jaluili. tieeordltit In recent
notth from Japan. Ho was well known
Admiral IJIchl wns a veteran or the
Jiipiin-Chlua ami Japan-Russo wars.
After tho Inst war ho ciimo hero as
ciiniiiiniider-lii-ehler. or the training
squudron Soya and Aso. During Ids
stay In jioit be entertained the local
Japanese and kamiiulniis alike on board
Ills lliiKshlp, nnd wns subsequently the
guest or honor at a banquet given by
the local people
tlovoruor Fienr has iccelved from
John A. Keoli r Illlo tho plans for
Iho proposed Illlo library.
Tim Illlo people want Iho govern,
meut to give them tho block that I.i
vacant In the portion of the Federal
site that was given buck to'tho Tonl-
B o, ,
3d -a h
t I a
it in. p in. ti nt.
oi? is mn : i.-,
-.2.-. i.o u;:i jm
S.0I 1,3 10 II 3
il.n i.i t:.r. i in
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O.3.' 1.6 WV 610
1.13 .; ii tA nnv
MAHUKA SITE IS
WINNER ON LAW
The llrst point In tho resurrected
Unlit over the Mnhuka I'lilcial liullcl
lug site, nml u victory for the govern
ment mid speedy nctlon toward nctunl
construction of tho building, was won
this morning In the Pedernl Court, when
Judge Dole overruled the demurrer en.
tered by the defendants to the ninelul
ed condemnation suit.
The matter was nrgiied for over nn
hour this morning, nn urrny of legal
talent opposing the U, H. district at
torney. Holmes, Stanley ii Olson rep
resented the Austin estate unci .1. A.
t'linunlus; Thompson, Wilder, Wntson
Sc I.ymer represented Ii (.). Hall & Son;
Kinney, Prosser. Anderson & Mnrx
represented Cnsllo & Cooke; Smith,
Warren ."t llcincmvny rctresciited (J.
M. Cooke. Ltd., nml I .on In Andrews
nppenred for John Cniuinlns.
The next step will not bo taken for
ii mouth, adjournment being made uu
til r'ebrunry 10, the time being nllowed,
the defendants to file fnrlhcr demur
rers. The dnlo or the trial Itscir Is to
be set I'cbrunry 10 ulso.
EXPECT TO GO
If the Paelllc lleet or any portion of
It I- to go to (luayaqiill to take u band
In the International couiplicntlons re
cently threatened there over Hie tin
piisonnient or an American citizen,
mlther Admiral Thomas) nor Admiral
Soiitherland knows anything about It.
1 be report that the State Department
vas considering sending one division
of the lleet canio from Washington In
ii special dispatch to n local paper.
Admiral Thomas said this morning
Hint he had heard nothing or tho mat
tec except thiniigli the newspapers. The
admiral nml olllcers or the llagshlp did
mil seem Inclined lo take the report
scrloutdy, us It Is known that tho
Vlcksbiirg has been ordered to (iuaya
qtill, and us It Is believed that the gun
boat can handle the situation.
Anyway, tiuayiuiull Is where the real
I1 ''"" bats nre made, and if the of.
necrs iui in ny goiui-nye to Hono
lulu they cull at least secure the latest
styles In Heiiailiireaii ch.ipeaux.
Admiral's Inspection coiilluued on the
Cnlifornla this inornlm;, with Admiral
Thomas as Inspecting ollleer. The sup
ply ship (Under wns also turned In
side out under tho eye of Admiral
Soiitherland. llu.it drills, abandon ship,
lire nnd rescue were the order of the
"mmlng on the Ihigshlp, The Inspec-
""" "f ",0 Okielor wa more as to her
eioeieney as proviner mr the lleet.
The cmcicd ".'ay K" uml cash
prizes of J20 per man were given out
this morning to Hie gunners of the
Miirjlaiid, who led the . ntlre navy for
gunnery In what Is known nn tho
eighth group, consisting or two Cinch,
nml two .l-lneb gnus. The Colorado j
Seori',1 till. Il I'ttnBt iit.nr,,,.,. 1.,,, I,. ,1.1
scored the highest average, but In tills
particular group the Maryland bended
the list of icsults from tho lust record
Ciiptuln Klllcott of the Maryland gave
out the prizes this morning, nccoin
panylng the present nl Ion with u neat
speech of upprciitlon for the splen
did work done, by the crew.
Prizewinners were us follows:
T. i.ortus, sgt.; H. Perkins, O.
Joiike, T. 1'itzgcralil, J. I'itzp.ilrlek,
11. Hoary, J. .Ylinon, (1. Duncan. Ii
Hold, II. n. llolTmaii, .1. 11. Utile, C.
OUionl. c. l'adeii, C. It. Dohner. pits.;
J S. Ilomtuirg. O.M3; J. C. Mnxon,
CH ; O. D. SiiU'thers, eox.J J. A.
SeutTert. sea ; ; A. lliimin, Ci A.
Duke, C. D. Liiinhcrt, O. S.; M. .Mus
Jiynskl, sea K Johnson, o. s.; o. Rlv-
rs. sea.: J Itnber, HMiCj a. A. Tlium.
O. S.; A
eux.; J. V
l'liuer. L. I
(IM3C. Kopp, sea.; , A. Miller,
HcHscincr, J. 11. Peine, J.
J A. See, sen,; W. If.
D. T. Jleiidew. C. H.
Martin, sea.; C. 11. Smith,
STOPS FIGHTING MEN
filiry lisplndn. hnel.drlvcr, once -i
....eemai .inner lormer Hherllf A. M.
Drown shnvvrd Us cournge this morn-
...,.....-.. in uie mm. i or n snovverl""" "' """e. every syiinniu crack-'
i uiuw.i wiiicii were on nir imtwimi
'out, he Jumped between the two flght-l
nig men and stopped them The flght-l11"11
era wero Jonah Cnnimlngs and Jack'
, V , "" "i,,,,,, "'w "". 'l' """,". '" """"r'. and It Is very
changed healed words anil started tho ''""cult to get nt tho exact r.icts. as
fight on the street.
,, ,h e, A","h; """'l1 Ar,l"n' "'
Sinlth relnnie, tlita mnrnlng from nu
l.ispectloi, p the proposed Kol.ala for-
est leservntlou on Hawaii.
C'lilef McDulllo unci tho voice that
men cm tho Holy Rollers collided last
night, mill" the big detective chief won
out. Incidentally, bo broke up n meet
ing near Mnklkl cemetery which was
disturbing lllo peace of that section of
There was n meeting of the Holy
Hollers In n sinnll shuck about 100
yards from .Mnklkl cemetery. The
eoiigiegatloii, live intuits uml live chll
drcn, were busy offering prajers to tho
unseen spirit. Some were uraylng,
the others rolled on the floor. Thoso
ciiKUKcd III prayer yelled so loudly that
the neighbors could not rest. They
telephoned for the police, mid Chief
McDullle visited tho place.
When the chief arrived at the place
he called ono of the worshipers to
c e out nml told him to stop tho
noise. The man refused, saying Hint
, he could not udvlso the others tit stint
"Oh! no," sold be, "wo can not stop
the meeting now, especially when that
fellow Is praying nloud. The spirit will
get nngry nt us."
"Well," said .McDullle, "If you don't
slop, I'll stop the nolsi! and tho. meeting
too." Tile "1111111 told the chief to go
slowly, or else there would be trouble
While he was talking, McDullle s:(w
n woman tearing her linlr nml yelling
nt the top or her voice. Then the mil
eer Jumped In mid broke up the meet
ing. McDullle Is of the opinion that the
meeting place Is n brunch of tho Holy
Holler church which has headquarters
on Niiiiiiiiii street, below Hotel.
CHANGE OF CREED
(Continued from Patjo 1)
of tho constitution pf the c'liirch as
to allow nienibers tp tonio In without
accepting the doctrine of tuo divinity
or Christ. Tle Trinity Is dlsrlncou
nml Christ Is recognized in a Master
but not netessailly (he Son or (lod.
A committee having the subject uu
dor ilhcusslon reported favorably lo
the change. This coinniltten consist
cd of Itcv. Dr. Scitdder, J. P. Cooke,
W. A. llo u en ami W. R. Castle. It Is
daluicd that Mr. Dowen was not a
clear-cut in Ills acceptance ot thu new
Idea as the others.
A former report shaped on
sluillur lines went lo tho stand
ing conimllteo of the chinch con
sisting of the Pathers of the Church
so to sneak and was promptly lumen
down. Tho older members looked up
on It as a radical departure fioifi tile
teaching of the missionary fathers and
line Christianity and they objected.
This wan some years ago. It Is un
derstood lira the present standing
'ominlllce of the church Is not favor
able to the change'.
Tho discussion Is gettliiR decidedly
warm mid It Mould appear that Dr.
Scudiler has placed hlnudf In such
ll position that shou Id tho necossart
two ,,,,, of , ,.,.,.,, nicml0rii fmy
, ,,,,,, , , , , (
........ '. " ...i,,,,
feel that Uls resignation would he ex
It Is understood Hint leaders of tho
church havo written many letters' lo
members lo obtain their views and a
general jranvass or opinion Is going
on among tho membership.
Dr. Scudder Denies Report.
Dr. Scudiler denied this morning the
report Hint he will deal with the mut
ter from the pulpit tomorrow or hi nny
sermon In tho Inimedlato rutiire.
"It Is reported Hint your sermon to-
moirovv will deal with tho proposed lug taken place when the saiuo quesllon
diaiige." It was suggested t this was under discussion some years ago.
'"""'"K' The subject Is, ot course, u most mil.
Nothing to say," "said Dr. Scudder niento'us one, slneo Central Union
concisely. church traces Its ancestry direct to Ilia
"Do you menu that you will not deal .nvniiRoirciil missionaries whoso work
with It In your srrmmi?" he was further In the Islands has been so notable. If
aslcl by the. Hill lot l. I ltil chore r i.ll others, should ho
ir you will look In your own mi-! change Its articles, or faith as to be
iiounecmeiitH you will see that my ser-'cine 1'ultiirlau In rct ir not In oxiict
"" niiiiniiiK oeais vviui in-
vorco,- no miHwcroii. it was really
nioie oi n retort limn an answer.
"How about the evening sermon?"
I he evening sermon Is for young
people, nml will not deal with this'
H.IVe yoll till) Ihlllg til Sliy US to the
proposed cliangu and the discussion
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"'- no was men asKcd.
Absolutely nothlng-iiot word."
Thereupon the telephonic cnnversic
"' rumors are ailo.it mining tho
, , '""" ' ' .""ii.iii.eomci, will not
talk. For Instance, tin. ii.iii.
r" . ' "' nUUy "V " ,'"l"", ",0,',
f the church tint Dr. Scudder
M M forll, I.I. view, on .1,1, .
Jtel In his sermon .tomorrow morning-
W. II. Ilroille, general passenger
ngent for Iho Canadlan-Piicllic Hall
way, wllh headquarters nt Vancouver,
who has been upending some lime In
the Islands mid returned this morning
In the steamer Milium Ken alter hav
ing paid a Visit to tho volcano, Is en
thusiastic In his prulso of tho Bccnlo
wonder of Hawaii.
Mr. nnd .Mrs. Drodlo viewed Iho
llery pit nt a llnio when Miulamo Polo
was In one of her most tempestuous
He has ventured the suggestion that
the pleasure ns well us comfort of thu
tourist ami visitor to tho volcniici
would he grealy enhanced through tho
erection of a modern rest house or
obserialory at tho crater's brink.
He believes that wero Hie spectator
piotccted by largo and heavy glass
windows nt such a shelter, much or
the present dlscomllliiro attending a
view of the boiling lava would bo
eliminated. He cites the elTorls made
by tho hotel and other Interests ut
Magara Palls us an Instance wheiu
vlsllois nro protected from tho ele
ments by the erection of several rest
The heat arising from tho lake or
lava within tho crater of Kllaue.i Is
blistering and lo view II nt nny great
length from tho unprotected rocks.
(Iocs not obtain to ease or enjoyment
lis would ho the case wero the visitor
Mr. Ilroille, however, has promised
In dn nil that lies in his power In
spread the fame of Hawaii's volcano.
Tho Mnunif Ken met with pleasant
Weather on' Iho return loynge, nceord
lng to i eporls front Purser Pelo Phll
IppB. llrlnglng a fair list of passen
gers, a percentage being lourlsts, tho
steamer was .an early airlial this
morning. A general cargo was brought
to this city Including shipments ot
cord wood, products ot Hawaii such
as avva root, cheese, hides, wine,
chickens, ducks, and sundries. Light
trades, Miiooth rata prevailed. Tho
steamer Maul was passed nt Kukalau
and was to take on sugar Ut Kipahulii
today Tho Hteniner Wallelo una
passed at llonokna.
Joseph (lllman of Hie Honolulu Hltu
lllble Paving Company was on hiiinl
with the lowest figures for furnishing
nil material and labor necessary Tor
Hie paving or llrevvers lane, between
King mid Hotel streets, excepting Iho
wiailug surface, whin lenders were
opened at the ntllce or City and County
Engineer Here nt noon today.
The (llliiinn llgures called for $ISj0
to perform the work, wivo the laying
or the bltiilllble paving surface, which
(llliuan agreed to do for $1.U5 n square
Other bidders were Honolulu Dray
Ing .c Construction Co., J I s Hi; John
Walker, II'.IOO; I.. .M. Whltehoiise, $5,.
The l.ord-Young Ktigincerlng Com-
p.iuy came rorward Willi u lender or
."'.I'.iii. n bleb would Include a complete
puicmi-itt or ohla blocks.
The llgures submitted .by nil other
bidders are I or she base only, to which
must lie lidded the cost or laying the
bltulltble compound ut $l.i15 u square
yard, which, with 17M square yards
of siirfuce, will mean all additional
sum ot I2U51.S5 to the bids received
Warrants VTero Issued lUls ninrnlng
hy Iho Federal iinthoiitlos for the ar
rest or Lolka (k) and Frank Kalanl
(k) nn charges or statutory offenses.
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This proves to bo not true.
It has also been generally reported
Hint the standing committee hud ncteil
upon this recent report nnd turned It
down. leaving nothing for the pastor
but nn iippcul to tho members of the
church. This Is also denied, tho "turn
down" by the standiiiir eonirulttcn huv-
name, the rct would,
of course, at-
widest attention nnd coni-
,i,eit throughout the civilized world.
r wherever Hie evn'ngdlenl churches
are to be found
P. C. Jones stated to Iho 11 III 1 ot I n
IIB other day that ho hoped them
VVOIlld I n c.,l,llverv I.,, I Mm n.,.l.
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hers of the church appear to bo seetb
;m . tIln .Useusslon, Judging fro,,,
.the great variety of sources iron, which
liiri.riiiatlou Iiiih been brought to
Uu lie tin.
Strange ns It may seem to the per
son not schooled In creeds mid nrtl-
raith, tho wholo controversy
turns on whether Jesus Christ shall bo
referred to as "One Lord i m..,..J.
or merely as "Our Mnstor," but on this
miming uiiiiM ine wi oie quest on of
wl,Mh"- '""" " rtlvl'i m,d the So
or (lod or merely WW1, " ,.?"
p,nlly another who I as bee , 1
ho - vorhl. '
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