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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. M., THURSDAY, JAN. 18, 1912.
' Weekly Calendar
l.cilil ( Implcr . '.', (I.
I,'. S. Regular.
Honolulu l'lrif Regret'.
llutiiittiiit -l'Irl Degree.
llonotlllll (implcr, It. A. .M.
lliiri.iunj (implcr V. I.
(I. I . S. llcgular.
All Timing membtrn of tkc
Order nre cotdiRlly tnitd to
Attend laeetlngfl of local ltdgcs
Meet on llir
2nd mill (Hi
ill K. I'. Hull
7:30 1'. Jl.
. marine mvmz
ilia lit III Kid.
mm. .wcMM.ly i.oih.i;, o. s.
In nf P.
Meets everv Jin! mill llh Sutnr-
Jdiiy pvriilnc in 7::in o'clock In
IK. nr I'. Hull, cor Knit mill
Itclotlinlii Visiting brothels
ciii'dlnllt Invii.d tu :ti imkI
F. r KII.Ui:V. f. C
i:. v iaciiiwo.s, K it. s.
t II I I.OIKii: NO. I. It. of I1.
Meets every first and llilrd Frl
ilai nt 7.:w ii'iliick, Pythian
I Hull, comer HiMi'tanla iiml
Kurt streets Visiting brothers
coitllnlly Invited to attend.
S IlKCKKIt, ('. t'.
O HKIXi:, K. of It. ft s.
iiomili i.r i.uiMJi:. i. ii. p. o. i:.
.( . Hum lulu Lodge Nn. (ill!,
Wll I'. Kilts, meets In
VSjCCry Hk'Ii Imll. nn King HI.,
W'Q '"''"' I'"1'' ''v,r' Fild.iy
uing. Visiting tlriith-
l&Sri "r iiro ceudially Invited
iS in attend.
n I, it isuxiircitG. k. it.
(iKi) T Kl.l F.nF.L. Sec.
ham wn Tiiiiii:"M)'i'r. o. it. V.
Meets i in) first anil tlilid
Tm".ii!i hi each month In
IViiiPiiiitv Hull. I. O. O. F.
building Visiting brothers
innllulh ImltiMl to nttrlid.
IICNItv A ASCII, Sachem.
feSg I.OI'IS A. 1'KltUY, ('. of It.
iiomili i.r ::itu: 11.11, v. (. i:.
-JJTTh) Meets mi bn mid mill foul 111
VjJ, Wednesday I'VOIllHg (if t'llfll
JTCT hi,,!,! , ,,, 7 sn oYliirk, In
Sim iuonlu Hull. Vlnt')iiul
sltcot, iii-iir Ktniioi. Visiting brothers
arc ill. II "il in utii'tiil.
! IIKUil.NH, V. I'.
W.M. ('. MrCOV, Secy.
SPTrTtUALISTS, ATTENTION l"
IMwnril Knrle, Ilio noted Tuyclilo ot
Sao riiiniHro, who for -over twenty
yearn. I m been pininlncutly lilcntlllcd
Willi Ihi' splrltuallnU' societies of Amer
ica, l.t In Honolulu unci will demon
slrulo p .-lilc phenomena, etc. .Spirit
ual uilvii). on (til mutters kIvcii. Dally
10 to I; evenings by appointment. Tel
cphone 39 lit or ill residence, 7S2 Klniiu
strut, liniml Sianco every Thursday
live., S u'eloi It. tODO-tf
Importer Fort St
Milton i Partons Phono 3088
Pantheon Building Fort Street
,. l WW II Ml. hiibhiwwmmww
Ad.in'-ed Qhlpment Rocclvod of
Fort Strott Upt(lrj. in Doiton Dloc!
102? HUUANU STREET
Up-to-date Millinery nd Men'i.Htiti
City Transfer Go
SKYROOEIS AND ROMAN CANDLES!
'TWAS A HOT TIME ON THE TENYO
Japanese Liner Is Here With Baseball Stars of the First Mag
nitude Antipodes Day a Rccl-Lcttcr Event Hclcne Is
Ready for Fumigation Hall sailing for Kauai Ports This
f.ijilnlii Krni'Kt Unit, a tlw ImproK.
Milo of banohall, In a new lole nn
mmeil by the well-UKeil skipper III Hi;
.Inpaneiie liner Tenyo .Mnru, wlihli
happi'iird tn enll In nt Hniioliilil tlil.-i
nioriilii.n while uteatnllit; neions tho
I'nellle from tile coait of Asia to San
"fikyroi Lets and Hom.iii randlen!
hul It wan croat Kport that Skipper
Item. I'lirner 'Hill' Held, l)oe' ClooUa
iiml other uITiible olllier In that ves
el iirrniiKPtl for the pleasure, ot Hit
trnM'lei-K," ?o paid everybody on board
who possessed the faculty of cxprcKH-
Iiir tlienmelvpH In the KiikIIsIi laiinn
age. Four teanm (for they tniinot lie pall
ed nines) weie enterptl In the nind
and merry Merles of games played on
lioaril the Toyn KIhcii Kalsha steam-
hli dnrlnK the voynKc across the
broad I'at'lflc. Just llttrn to tills array
Sky-roekets Miirpliy lb, Hoard-
man e, Crooks ji, Jatisen ss, J. Hoik
3b. Y. llorl f, A. Hoik 2b.
Then the Roman Candles a close
spiond, tluiHly IliiUliiich cs, I.iihra
lb, llalibltt p, l.otiquist 3b, Dent c,
Kurnya f, do l.nbel 21).
(lentlenicn a In Mode Murphy Hi,
lloardmaii e, Jnnscn p, I.uhrs ss, A.
Hoik aii, do I.obel f, IjjTuiulnt 2b!
Last but not least, I .miles do Nat
ural Miss lloaulnian ss, Mrs. .Inimen
lb. Mrs. lialihltt p, Miss Duvenn 3b,
Mlss.(1re?K e, Mrs. l'ajonlc f, Mlrc
Curll 2b. '
Omjilre Dolll vor wns oIiIIrciI to en
i ao his manly frame; within the pro
tecting folds of a cork life belt, with
the fear that he was tu bo thrown
It will be noted that the fielder,,
were conspicuous by their nlisenif.
fall! to he due mainly to the fact Hint
"Hill" Held, of the piirter's olllco wa?
Ftatluued nt the southeast exposure of
the "ball room" with n bin Inmllni;
net. Sulllclent to nay, everything
i ante Ited's way.
Antipodes Day was also recorded ns
a red letter vent in Tenyo social dr
With the exception of n day of Hale:.
soon after lenvlntt Yokohama, tlio voy.
mo wns a delightful one. The Tenyo
i ame alongside Alaken wharf nlwut
ten o'clock this morning and work of
discharging thirteen hundred nnd fif
ty tons Oriental cargo were Immedi
ately begun. Tlio liner Is to depart
for fan rranclco at eight o'clock to
Thirteen cabin passengers left the
vessel at this jiort, nnd several will
icmaln a sulllclent tlmo to visit the
The tlnoiigh cahlu list Includes 1)3
with 72 btconil elnss.
Thirty Filipinos were landed here,
to take nn work with the Hawaiian
Siigur Planters. A number of Jap
anese picture brides were Included In
the Aslntle delegation to remain nt
Honolulu. One lone Itnsslnn was also
brought to Hawaii nel,
Cnptnlu Ilent and his officers found
two stowaways after leaving tho last
port of cnll.
The Tenjn Is well laden with enrgn
and among the (i83 tons carried In
tmiiKH to Sun Francisco nre l)fi bales
I liniigc of Siilllin; for Floral I'lirmlc.
To auoinnindiito ho large numlier
or intending visitors to the Floral
a rude from Hawaii, tho Inter-Isliiiul
Steam N'nvlgatlon Comjiany nniiounic
Hie following ihnngo In tho sailing
xihciltile of the llagsltlp Mnimn Keti.
The Manna Kea will leave Honolulu
Monday. February 10; arrives IIIIo
Tin-day. leaves IIIIo Wednesday, nt
I" n in. arrive Honolulu Tliuralny.
i 'i the morning Itutiirnlng, the Mnnna
W. C. Peacock & Co., Lid.
Tel. 1704 Wines and Liquors Tel. 1704
Family Trade a Specialty
( Mont Rouge Wines
Sole Agents Mumm's Champagne
( Schlitz Beer
Ken leaves Honolulu for IIIIo direct
Frldny, nt 1 p. in., arrives IIIIo on Hie
morning of Saturday, mid leaves Hllo
for Honolulu direct on Sunday, Feb
ruary 25, nt 1 p. in.
Cronn of Aritigim Again llclajcd.
There Is furtlicr delay In slore for
Hie Harrison Direct line freighter
Crown of Arrngon, which boiiio weeks
snllcd from (Ircat Hrltaln only to turn
hack because of stress of weather it
which time tho vessel mid cargo wns
partially damaged. Fred J Wnldron
has been notified that tlio Crown of
Arragon with cargo for Honolulu will
not be dlsjiatcheil from Drifted much
before the Hrst of February.
Jlaltrlal for .New Itlchards Strctl
On board tho American schooner
Hubert I.ewcrs which Is now thirteen
days out from Port Ludlow Is nearly
one million feet of lumber Intended
for the construction of tho shed to
cover the new Hlchnril street wharf.
The Hobert I-ewers will on nrrlvnl '.)0
brought alongside tho now dock, thero
to discharge the lumber mid other ma.
Mlllit'litilmi Has Left Hip Const.
A cnblo rerelved nt the agency of
Cnslle and Cooko Is to the effect that
the Mntson Navigation steamship Wll
helmlnn sailed lrom San Francisco at
one o'clock yesterday nftcrnoon. Tho
Wllliclinlnii will arrive here bn Tues
day morning according to uliedule.
This vessel Is understood will bring
down a goodly list of passengers and
a big cargo for Honolulu and Hllo.
ScliMiiii'r llelpiip Is I'linilgnlcil.
Tho American schooner Heleno wns
slilfltsl to tho quarantine wharf this
morning for n general fumigation be
fore proceeding to sea, The vessel has
completed tho discharge of n shipment
of lumber to the agency of Allen nnd
Hoblnson. Tho Heleno ninde way tot
the schooner Spokane, which Is now
at the Allen and Hoblnson wharf.
Tciijii Jlnru for Still I'riincNco To.
nuirrinv .Morning. ,
The Tenyo Mnru, the crack Jaiuiu
ese liner, will bo dispatched for Snu
Francisco, tnklng mails and a few lay
over fi.wcngprs, at eight o'clock to
morrow morning. The mall for thn
mainland will dose nt tho local poet
olllco at slx-thlity. The Tenyo sails
from Alaken wharf,
lliillioii Muilc 1(iitrk Passage.
According to cables received nt the
local branch of the Merchants' Kx
liimige tho Anierlcuii schooner Hnlbnj
from Kahuliil to Puget Soiinil com
pleted n line passage, arriving nt l'orj
Towitsend In a llttlo less than seven
riiiiiillite for llniiiill Ports.
The Clniidlne of tlio Inter-lstnnd
service will bo dispatched forilawaM
via Maul ports nt llvo o'clock tomor
row ovcnlng tnklng u general cargo
Including a shipment of lumber mid
some head of stock on deck.
Hall Tnklng Kutiiil .Hulls,
Tho Intcr-Islnnd steamer W. 0. II:tl
Is loading n general cargo today pre
paratory to snlllng for (Jnrilen Island
ports nt llvo o'clock this evening, Tho
Hall will tnrry Into malls to Kauai,
as well as n fow passengers,
.llnlc I'iIitmiii HI.
Third Mnto oPtorson of tho Mntson
Navigation steamer I.iirllne was left
nt S.in Francisco there to enter n
hospital. Ills pinto on the Matsnn
steamer Is being filled by h, Matho-son.
TIDES SUN AND MOON
33. B.I0I S.II
loej mo; i
1 1.Ot' 0. I'll t.1.1
siut Ilia, o.io
iiustaii n. ml
i.n i 5.ml
moon Jlllillury ID ill 0:3!) u. in.
Temperatures (i n. in., C5j 8 ti. in.,
72; 10 n. in., 72; noon, 73; morning
Ilarometcr, 8 n, in., 20.91; absolute
humidity, 8 n. tn., 5.701 grains per
cubic foot; relative humidity, S a. in.,
07 per cent; dow point, 8 u. in., 00.
Wind C a. in., velocity S, direction
N. Ii; S ii. in., velocity 4, direction N.
Ii; 10 ii. m., velocity 0, direction W.;
noon, velocity 15, direction S. W.
HnlnfnlJ during 21 hours ended 8 n.
in., 0 Inch.
Total wind movement during 24
hours ended nt noon, 130 miles.
VESSELS TO AND
FROM THE ISLANDS
' (8pecliil 'Cnblo to .Merchants'
' i TIIUIIBDAY, JAN. IS.
SAN FKANCISCO-Arrived, Jnn. 17:
S. S. Mongolia, hence Jan. 10.
SAN FRANCISCO Arrived, Jan. IS,
K a, in,: S. S. Nippon Mnru, hence
YOKOHAMA Sailed, Jnn. 15: Her
man S. S. Cleveland, for Honolulu.
SAUNA CHl'Z-Salled, Jan. 17: S. S.
Mexican, for San Francisco via San
MlillM.ONnS Sailed, Jnn. 17: Hkt
J. U Stnnford for Honolulu.
HUIIKKA Sailed, Jnn. 18: Schr. S.
T. Alexander, for Hllo.
POUT LUDLOW Snllcd, Jan. 18: lilt
Albert for nllnnliilii.
MANILA Sailed, Jnn. II: U. S. A. T.
Thomas, for Honolulu.
SAN FKANCISCO Arrhed. Jnn. 18:
S. S. Navajo, hence-Jnn. 10.
Mull for Clewlnilil Tourists.
There Is n vatt ninouiit of mall nc
cumulating at this port for traveler
In the Hamburg-American lino stcmn
ship Cleveland, which Is now pn route
from Yokolinmn to Honolulu with over
five hundred passengers. The ulnll If
being nssnrted nt the office or II, Hack.
feld and Company mid placed In bun
dies In alphabetical order,
The Cleveland Is due to arrive tit
San Francisco on Fchriinry lt. On
arrival at this port, the excursionists
will have traveled 22,51.1 miles b.v
steamer ami approximately 1000 miles
by rail and. river boats.
The Mntson Nnvlgntlon steamer
Wllhelmlna Is bringing 2800 torn,
freight for illschnrgo at Honolulu and
775 tons for Hllo nccordlng tn a cable
received at the agency of Castlo and
Cooke today. Thn steamer should ai-
rive from San Francisco on next Tues
Willi Hie sailing of tho steamer
Ili'tiilk Ibsen for Sydney, January 19
tho Australian Mull lino will gu out
of existence. This Hue wits operated
by Andrew Weir & Co., of I-ondon
nnd litis been in oxeslenco for nbout
llvo yenrs. Frank Wnterhntiso ft Co.,
tho Parllle Coast agents for the lino,
hnvo received notlllcatlon from Weir
ft Co. to the effect Hint they hnvo sold
out their Interest. It Is understood
Hint tho purchaser of this Interest Is
tho Union Steamship Company of Now
.oalnnil, which now operates tho Mill
tnl ntnl Aoraiigi between hero iiml tho
iintlpodes via Tahiti.
SEARCH FOR PARASITE
FOR PEST IS UNCERTAIN
Instead of there being tiny ccrtuliity
of Professor KlvcHtrl, tlio noted Kuril
penii t'litiiinoliiglst, being sent to seek
.1 par.islt.' for tlio .Mcillterrnncnn fruit
Ity, us stutcd in tho morning paper,
there Is only the possibility. Tho
money his been voted, but the prollni'
liinry arrangements nro ypt tti bo made
Furthermore, tho prorossor will not
go through' India', hut will remain In
('c!it Afrlcit, and besides searching for
u puriiKltc'ror tlio Mediterranean try
will also look for one for the cotton
Ho will now be untitled that the nec
essary funds are mailable und nn ef
fort mmle to seeuru his services for
mi expedition through West Africa.
There Is no good In Ills going to
Northern Africa, as that putt of (he
country is Itilestcd with, the lly worso
than wo have It In Hawaii.
W. M (llffiiril bus been In communi
cation with the professor for some) time
now und will notify him of tho result
by the Hrst iiuill. but does not expect
that aliy stmt can bo nmdo, even If
be dots iicceijt, until another three or
Jins. K. M. CHOW of Los Angeles
was iiiiinheied iiinnng the through
passengers In tho Japanese liner Ten
yo Mnru, which ai'i'lvcd from thn Or
ient this morning.
VON DAMM SAYS
"Much its I appreciate the fact that
I have been mentioned as u possibility
for supervisor," mild Ilertrmti von
I). mini this morning,, "there Is no pos
sibility that I could become n candi
date, ho far us I call see now.
"Hitslness affairs, I tuny sny, pre-
vent my thlnkliig'of becoming a super,
visor. Ilcsltlcs Hie private business In
which 1 inn eiignged, I already devote
much time to public affairs nnd enjoy
nnd take 'nil Interest In public matters.
I am thoroughly Interested lit the good
government of Honolulu, so much so
Hint I biilevo u supervisor should be
able to devote nt least half of cneli day
to city affairs. This I could not pos
i feel that even to be mentioned nnd
considered us I hnvo 111 the II II 1 1 e 1 1 n
s something any man tuny appreciate,
und 1 regret that this year I absolutely
can not think of public olllco. .So I
wish to say llnally that I inn not nnd
can not be u ciinilhlatp for supervisor."
Per T. K. K. 8. 8. Tenyo Jlnru, from
Hongkong via Japan jjorts For llouo.
lulu: W. IT. Habblit. Mrs. W. II. HnhV
bltt, A. J. Iloardmnn, Mrs. A, J. Hoard,
man, Mrs. W. II. Iloardman, Miss M.
Hoardmmi, I). T. Iloardmun, J, Hoik,
A. Hoik, W. K. Lonqtllst, (1. Btcphiin,
.Mrs. (I. Slcphnn, S. Tntsuta. For San
Francisco: Ilcv. A. II. ltutzhach, Mrs.
A. II. llillzbnch, Mrs. Ii Ilowdey, Miss
K. Hooth, .Mrs. Ii M. Crow, Miss M.
F. Crow, F. 0. Curtis, A. W. Colwell,
Miss A Curll, Miss F. Duvccn and
mnld, S. Dolllver. Mrs. S. Dolllver. It.
Fulton, T. Furiiyn, J. V. Franklin.
Mrs. J. C. (Iregg, Miss Ii (lrpgg, Miss
M. tlrpgg, Miss J. (Iregg, C. S. (livens.
V. Iforl, 8. Idc, Mrs. S. lde, li C,
Jnnseu, Mrs. 15, O. Jmiscn, Miss C. M.
i.orci, .miss w. u. i.onl, Mrs. A. C.
Luhrs, Hone lie Lobel, A. Lowengard
Miss M. C. Meredith. T. It. Murphy
J, M. Macdonald, Mrs. 1). O. .Morgan,
V. A. Mciilzor, Mrs. Naknyama, II,
l'ajonlc, Mrs. II. Pnjnnk and maid
Miss W. llocder, Itcv. C. K. Itanck,
Mrs. O. li Uiinrk nnd Infant. Miss
F.sther M. Itnnck, Dr. Iludolf Sclioltz,
Itev. S. Tnndnrt, Mrs. Mabel Upham,
I PASSL.MiLIlS IHHKKI
Per stmr. Klniiu, for Kanal port:'.
Jan. IS. J. P, Cooke.
Per stmr. W. O. Hall, for Kintal
ports. Jaif. 18. Itev. J. M. Lldgate, Dr.
A. J, Derby.
Per stmr. Clniidlne, for Hllo vluVvny
ports. Jan. 19. Itev. A. V. Sonres. I)r
W. I Wood and wife, Mrs. Uimson,
A. Ilnncherg, Itev. W. II Olrson K
Peck nnd wife, JL II. Walker, .Major
W. P. Wootcn.
Per stmr. Kllnuca, for Konn and
Knu ports, Jan. 23. Mrs. 1). Scuddci,
ii. ). winkley, Capt. C. Hsnie, Cnpt.
Carter, Cniit. 1-Mwards. N. W. Alull.
Per stmr. Manna Kea, for IIIIo via
way ports, Jan. 23. C. C. James. W
II. Hlce and wife, O. K. Seizor' nnd
wife, Jlrs. Walker, Miss M. M. Wrlcht
Hang Chock, V. II. Stockhnm nnd
Wlfi, aco. Stejihcn and wife.
('. 8. OIVK.V, known em' board (ho
Tenyo Mnru ns thu "Doniliiu King of
America," Is making u homeward trip
in eiini tiucr iirtcr Having completed
it tour of tho Far Fast.
13. C. JANSIiV, it prominent mining
englneor ulong tho Pacific slope, is
among tho through passengers In tho
tenyo Jlnru, which called at Honolulu
this morning from tho Orient.
MRS. li HOVKY. wlfo of Lieut.
llowdoy of the U. S. 8. New Orleans,
is a through passonger In tho Japan
ese! liner Tonyo Mnru, which arrived
Irani Oriental ports this morning.
noitKKT FULTON, related to the
Inventor of tho steiiinboat, bearing
Hint inline, Is returning tn thu main
land us a passenger In tho Japanese!
liner Tenyo Jlunl after having toured
tho Far Fast.
JIRS. I). (1. MOIHJAN. tho Japiincso
wlfo of I), (. Morgan, n nephew of J.
Ple'rpont Morgan, Nuw York's gicat
financier, Is a through passenger In
tho Tonyo Mam, returning to tho
mainland and to her home at tho me
tropolis. A. J. IIOAItDMAN, Mrs. Iloarelinati,
Mrc. W. II. Iloardman, und JIlss Jl.
Iloardman tiro Included In it party nf
tourist) who clodded to break the
Journey In tho Tenyo Jlnru, unci visit
some of the Interesting points In thn
Islands, Mr. Iloardinan Is it retired
capitalist from Los Angoles.
II. WliS'DT, shipping manager for
the big flerman linn of Holm, Meyer
ft Company, of Manila, Philippine, Is
lands, Is it passenger mi tho Jnpuucso
liner Tenyo Jlnru. cu route, to the
United States und to Fitrnpo, ' Mr.
Wcndt Ib em vacation and' oxpects to
ho absent frnlu his post of duty fur
about oho yeni'. '
' m fc,
A Kentucky minister Is nn ex-pngl-llst.
He probably llntlH It eusler to put
bis ini'ti tn sleep now than formerly.
No matter where ynit go, you'll llnd
someone anxious to separate you from
your hard-earned wealth.
Women hnvrn't much use for figures
-with the exception of their own.
When truth gets busy, fiction Is apt
to feel nshmncel of Itself,
Tho National (luaril of Hawaii will
nke part In the big military pnrhdo
that Is Id be held the morning of Wash
ington's tllrtluhiy, Fiornl I'nrit'ito Day.
This has been eleilnllcly decided, nnd
Coronet Jones, adjutant general of tlio
guard, States that six full companies,
under .command of Colonel .legler of
the First Infantry, wilt be In line.
In addition the National Guard will
turn out u mrichlnc gun platoon, nnd.
of course, the' regimental colors, With
the regular troops, the seamen brigade
mid marine bnttnllnn from the Pacific
fleet und the militia, tho parade will
be the greatest exhibition of marching
men under nrms ever seen In Honolulu,
While the presence of the licet Is
somewhat iuoblcln.it lent. It Is the opin
io!! of olllccrs Hint thero Is n good
chnnce of the cruisers marking time.
here until well along In the spring. No
orders or unnlllelal advices tn Indicate
that n quick shift of huso for the ships
will be made have been received to
P., C. JONES NO
.ftcr serving us deacon In Central
Union church slucu Its organization In
1S87, P. I'. Jones 1ms declined reelec
tion, und hls successor. Prof, O. II.
Hitchcock, wits elected nt thn annual
meeting of the church last night.
Mr. Jones first becaino a member of
the old Fort street church III ISfiO nnd
n member of the standing commltteo
111 1882. He wns' also u deacon tbeio
before Central Union was organized.
A desire to retire somewhat from tho
activities of life Is given ns the rea
son for Mr. Jones' declining reelection,
though It has been reported und not
denied that In; Is not III sympathy with
the proposed change In the chinch con
stltiitlou which would allow' admission
ot members without allirmatlon of be
lief in the divinity nf Christ.
t". II. Atlierton, wiio bus been il mem
ber of the standing committee, bus de
clined to serve another term, nnd last
night W. 1.. Howard was elected In
his place. Mr. Atlierton Is already p
church trustee and does not feel nblo
lo llll both positions.
The meeting hint night showed the
church In splendid financial conditions,
and the turnout of three hundred und
more members proves the Interest
taken In Its affairs.
ltd. LhiTMili' Associate.
Tho feature of tho meeting IttcK
was tho election of the Itcv. A. A
Khersole, associate pastor of tho
church. Ho hns served for three nnd
a half years as assistant minister and
Is hold In tho very highest regard b;1
his friends In mid nut of the church
In his annual rofwrt, Dr. Scttddcr
said In part:
"Finnuiially It will 'always be a
marked year because of the Inaiigura
Hon of nn entirely new method of
dealing with tho money side of our
church life. A church which docs not
secure fiom all ot Its constituency
nblo to give, participation In Its sup
port Is not doing them Justice. For
the Hrst time In .January, 1911, a
faithful effort was made to rfttaln this
end with tlio result Hint while in 1910
two hundred und thirty-four persons
contributed $10,210, last year four
hundred and thirty-seven jicoplo gnve
17,392 and did It cheerfully. At the
end Of the ycar'no second solicitation
for funds was rcqy.lrod, for tho first
tlmo In Treasurer Shaw s memory.
"There wns not only no deficit but
enough was available to pay the debt
of $1200 on tho Manoa Valley bramh
lot, which wns done, leaving to our
credit the munificent sum of $1.39.
With frrc seats In Hod's hniirc, with
not a rented sitting, with voluntary
contributions secured monthly by a
personal friendly canvass conducted
by business men, .our' method of man
nglng tho vexed question of running
expenses Is Ideal, Congratulations to
I'liurch Socliilt's, .
Following tlio annual message of the
milliliter; other reports- were maclo by
the various church societies and ,sul.
organizations. l.ylo.Dlrkey. church
clerk, nnnounced a membership of
1055, n net gain of 23 over thn previ
ous year. Treasurer Jonathan Shaw
made report for the board of trus
tees, Superintendent V. A. Howcn, for
the bible school, V. J. Forbes, for tho
bible school treasury, Mrs. Thendoic
Itlchards for the women's board, .Mrs.
J. W, Otlmore, for the women's so
ciety, Abrnm Lewis, for the men's
league. I, I). Cnnfleld, for tho Chris
tlnn Undeavor Society, .Mrs, K. n.
WatcrhoiiFP, for tho flleuncrs the
children's society; William S: Ho wen.
for tho Palama Settlement, Rev. Jlr.
Shoeley, for tho Kullhl branch, In tho
nbbenco of Rev. Horace 11. Chamber
lain, F, V. DumOn, for the Chinese
missions, Hev. W. T. Weslprvclt. for
the Portuguese Sunday school, Rev.
F. S. Sendder, for tho Japanese flim.
day schools, and .Mrs. 11. Andrews,
ro. onlamln ,
Stomach, Llvtr, Kldiwy and
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A CfMUTcoie for Wom.
1140 gHMlHil lfcr .8Q. lor H.00
NotioeBl. DqiHtnh Conccvnl Hatxlo.
' Mux u iloUI. Theidon tto UU
Honolulu Drug Co.
for tho I'iensiint Island mission. Tho
latter report was written by Itev. O.
II. (lUllelc. whii was one of the found.
crs of this school.
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of the incmbers of the coiniul-"lou bad
the slightest Idea that Link McCand
less wns behind Wil"on until utter tho
limit vote had been i-nst. Adams inl
mltleil that Cecil Ilrown, whin speak
ing In him on the sticcl as to u letter
notifying Hip commission of Wilson's
lluniichil security, mentioned .Mct'iiiul
less' inline, but that even this did not
lead lilni to liell'-ve that McCaudlcss
wns mixed ii)i in the iilfalr.
Adams gave his reasons for Hrst of
nil voting ugaliist tho Lord-Young com
pany and then for chuimlng bis vote.
He Iiml done so, be sold, because ho
hud thought over the matter after
wards, Tho text of the proceedings
vmis the defense proving up Its facts
and tho coiuphiliiuut trying to llud out
why u fuller Invest Ignlton bad not been
iMiritiff the morning e'oimnis-tloue-is
Adams, 1'ilrle mid c'limpbell wire oil
'5 0. K.
The money voted by the California
legislature to help Hawaii out with th
light against the Jlcdllerraitraii fruit
lly In Hawaii Is to be spent sublet)
lo Hip O. K. of II. A. Welnland, tho
man sent dlhrTi here lo watch the
state's Interests. This news was re
ceived on the last mall by Woiulniiu.'
"Tho money will be available for
the work here and will bo spent sub
Jcet tn my supervision," raid Welnland
this morning. "I will work In with
the departments here Isith from tho
Inspection jiolut.of view mid also in
connection with the examination of
trtilt being shipped In San Frum-lsio
"At thu present tlmo I am trying to
hnvo matters ni ranged no that ban
anas shipped from hero to Sail Fran
cisco mid hearing the government
Stnmp will Ihi accepted without iiic.-.-Hon
nt the other end. 1 have urhed
up there that action bn deferred for n
little time until .Mr. Stnrrelt can get
things working In his marketing do
parlmolit. Later I hope that all thy
had bananas will bo culled out before
they coino along for shipment aiidtluil
wo ran guarantee everything that rfnea
from here Is free from the fly as fai
ns It is possible to ascertain.
"We will keep up tho Inspection end
of the work nnd 1 will work right In
with Jlr. niffurd on this so that every
precaution jiosslhle can bo taken. 1
expect to hear more lully from Cali
fornia by the next mall but I know
nl picsent that the money Is avallabh
ind that I am rerponslhle for the w:iv
(3 which It Is spent."
-MRS. I'PHAJL.wlfo or u naval nt
tnoho stationed nt Peking, Is letitin
Ing to tho mainland ns n nnsnim,...
In tho Japanese liner Tenyo Maru."
m. II. HAHIHTT, representing tho
Hawaiian Sugar Planters' Association
labor bureau on a mission lo 1 1... Phil
ippines, was numbered with tlio re
turning passengers In tho J.fpaiioyo
liner Tenyo Main this morning. Mrs.
Ilalilillt itcftuniianic'il her hnshnm! .,..
tho tour. While iiway, .Mr. Ilubbltt
visited SPVPtnl districts' In the. Philip.
tunes, wncip nviillabl Filipino labor
has been druwn lln-oni'li tin. ,...i,,..
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raniiHl on tlirtiugli (ho Hawaiian
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