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eVENINQ BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H., MONDAY, MAY 27, 1912.
Prelate Willis Speaks of Re
ligious Labors In
DurltiK the iiiriilim si . inn of the
llpiscnpal Jubilee on Xniunhv of
which llw llullciln pave a i rin l;i 1
account, reports wore read fi'niii iho
hrrrclnrjr mid othois which showed
1 1ml n remarkable expansion of c lunch
iiiutlcrH linil taken place In Irn tea's
The report or Secretary T (The I in
lcs was miMl IntorcsiltiK and liiiirm
live, as It kio a mix! exhaustive ac
tnuut of nit thltiRs In hl rare
Mr. Davie told of Hie plans now ni
proved for the ereellon or n mission at
Kniimikl, which Kill c-ewt approximate
I) $.1000. He brought up the cpiostlim
or hnndllUK or the funds whlc-h were
turned oer to the local rhnreh kov
ertnneiit hy the AiiRllenn flittreh with
In the past irnr. upon which the eon-
(Knl Ion will have to decide These
lllllila aitiinilit iiiK to ahnut $S0W) hne
In on IllU'Hlod In IxiiiiIuii.
Mr. PavlcH also onlllneil a plan liv
xWilch the cciIIbkcs at St. l-:il7nbolh'B
mission w lilcli are IicIiik elected at n
font or fiiSoii, borrowed upon mort
Kneo notes, may he made t,o pay llm
expenco or erection out or I ho rcnlB.
(in the nnthorlt) or HWhop Itcalnr
Irk he annoiinceil that sufficient funds
In creel a home ror Kradunfos of SI.
Andrew's Priory and other solfsup
portlnc kIHh Ihiug In Honolulu nre
lion' at hand and that the former res
Idence of J. V. Morsan on Kinniii
Square will prohahl he purchased for
The Rcnernl llnanclal inmlltloti of
the church In most sallsfnctor accord
ing to tho report.
Tho services yesterday boson at 7
o'clock In tho iiiiirnltiK with the cole
hrat Ion of the communion hy the Itev.
W. II. Kenton Smith. This wns fol
low cil hy a Hawaiian sun Ice at ft IS,
a second celehrallon of the commun
ion liy Illshop Itestarlck nt II o'clock,
at which time the Illshop clclhcrocl an
address to the convocation. At 't
o'clock In the afternoon St. Man'
Mission House nt Mollllll was dedica
ted and tho program for tho day
closed with a united service at 7
o'clock In the ovenlnc at which Hev
V. W. Merrill spoke on the American
Indian and Illshop Willis spoke on
Tho latter said In part:
"Your bishop has Invited mo to ad
dress ou tlil cxcnltiK on Tonga with
reference to the work of our own
lirancli of the church. Hut ns that
v.ork only liecnu ten years acn when
I went down Ihero In obedience, to a
call I received, tho work that bns
been done can bo told In a lew words,
"If vou look at a tnnp of tho Paclllc
nu will sro that tho ISlltli degree of
longitude marks a Hue of demarcation
between two races
"In the eastern hemisphere the hi
anils form a continuous chain, Horn
New Culnea to Itorneo. so that there
Is nothing very wonderful In n popula
tion reaching theso islands. Hut In
tho western hemisphere It Is differ
ent. As ou vosago now In anoccau
liner between Honolulu and Suva or
Samoa, It is Impressho lo think of the
endurnnce and courago ami skill of
the hardy navigators who centuries
nun found their way by tho stars
across theso IM'Mi or flimo miles of
ocean. This Polynesian race Is now
nlled by ethnologlsia Sawalorl n
wold composed or Si' for Samoa, wai
for Hawaii and ori for Maori.
"Now a lew wordi mi the work oi
tho Anglican ohurili in Tonga. It was
In 1877 Hint the tlrst a'lompt wai
, trade to bring In the Anglican chinch
Into Tonga. Tho strange part of the
movement wai Hint tho author or It
was not himself n minister of the An
i;llcnn church or even a member or It,
though I ho natives who joined him
were led to bellcvo that ho was,
"To eoncludo what I hao to say,
let me ask ou onco again to think or
those hardy UHWgnlors who firm Ira
versed tho vast space or tho Pacific
Ocean, and peopled tho Islands or tho
rnclllc. Not oi,o of us would endure
tor a day the cllscomfoit nnd persecu
lion lo which they must have been
subject for weeks nnd weeks on those
long voyages "
Tho lllshop's address, together with
tho vivid clexcilptlous of tho people,
their hahlts and ways, was a most In
cresting chapter In tho session.
Plshop llcstarlch's charge on tho
c polling clay of tho session at tho fa
thedral wns Interesting history. Hi
told of tho oxpanslon of tho church
In Hawaii, which virtually enmo about
as told hy Illshop Itohtarick, as fol
lows: "This Jubilee curries us back to
(;ieat names. In thesi Islands no ninu
ever gave moro siir-KncrllUIng etrorts
or moro dovciied nnd arduous bcrvlco
to tho King and tho country thnu Hub
ert (5. Wylllo. To get tho Anglican
Communion founded horo ho used mi
tiring efforts, both or his o'vn Inltla
tlvo and nt tlio sucgestlon an'l ooun
rol with King Kamcliiimoha IV and
his noble consort Queen ICniiiia, In
KiiRlnml tho Jubllco brings hoforo us
tho names of Wllberforco, Illshop of
Oxrord, Doctor Pusey and tho pool
Keelilc, all of whom w'cro most Inter
cbtoc In plnntlng tho church In lln
wall. "Tho nnnoxatlnn of theso Islands to
tho United States nnd tho forming or
tho Islands Into a Territory led tintur
ally to tho oxtenslnu of tho Jurisdic
tion of tho American church to I In
wall. "When, on April 18, 1!)02, a telegram'
from Cincinnati camo to St. Paul's
Iloctory In San Diego announcing that
tho roctor hncl boon elected IllHhop of
Honolulu, tho surprise. It created can
.not ho Imagined. Although living ns
tho rector did, looking westward Into
tho Taclflc Ocean, he had no Idea of
tho Hawaiian Islands, their history or
conditions. An Interview with tho
Into the crowd of weak,
weary, depressed; or nre
you filled with vitality and
Health is. the founda
tion of success.
Nerves, Brain, nnd
Body should be staunch
the best of food-tonics, is
the film footing for health.
all otuaaisTS n-j
TICKETS AT PROMOTION
Reserved Seatt, 25c and 50c
HOLY GHOST FEAST
IS LARGELY ATTENDED
Tim i.Vnut .r ii,,, iiM.- cimui nt ,i.
iiiuoni q i
Prcienlinn the i
Catholic Cathedral! Saturday evening , J"lm henn. president: .T. Mor
wns attended liy fullv live thousand r,H- vlc0 President; J. A. Madscn, sec
people The brilliant Illumination was rctnry-trcnsurcr.
an attraction In Itself, and tho booths, Tlio following were named to tho
which woro tnstefully decorated, did exccutlvo boarcl: II Hughes. P. Ush
n good amount of business. . r 'or nrl " Columbia; faylor. C.
During Sunday afternoon a largo IJnnsou, Washington; C. llolgato and
number of articles were auctioned off. " ' Thompson, Oregon; W. faliarp
The proceeds arc devoted to charity.
Tho feast Is held annually on Pen
tecost Suuc'iiv In honor of tho Holy
fllwtut 1,1 flu, 1 (rnllmrlww.,1 nf lit,, ll,t
('.host' or tho Ca-hollc Ca-hedral and
.... . . -
of which Mr Jnso dos 1'assos Itodrl
Mica of litis clt U president
WAIT FOR TRADE
The Jnpaneso candy-cart vendora
had an gyo out for business when
Hiey Rii'hered with their carts on r-'oiti
Btteet near tho entriinco to tho Holy
niw,u r,.alt,,1 .... L.pl,ln .,...!.. l'
..,,., (in,.,.,, ,, (ii,,,,; iiiiiiiiiu, nun
hold clown their vantiiRo tiolnts all
thrnuch Unit dnv and nlRht and all clay
Saturday so as to bo tho Johnnles-oti.
thespiit Saturday nlnlit. Somo of
llioin woro relleed bv Ihelr wives sci
that limy cniiKht a IlKlo sleeti durltiR
Saturday. Tho patronaRo of tlio cartu
Salurdny tilcht scined to ronav thorn
for tho Ioiir wait.
Van mini ircl the Ilulletln t
irel the ,Vet,.
, fv ,s r. a, .-, a. . , ,t a- f , a, a, ,)
Illshop or California, and tho Informa
tion that Illsbnp Potter of New York,
and Illshop Satlerleo of Wnshltmtoni
hnd ndvotatcd the election and thati
he had boon elected on tho flrBt ballot,
a most unusual occurrence, all this led
him to hollovo that tho leadlnR of tlio
Holy Spirit could tint but bo heeded.
And so ho camo to Honolulu, arriving
on AuRiist R. 1002, and has tried lo
build uncm the foundations laid hy his
At :i p. in. tho dedication services of
St. Mary's Mission llouso at Mollllll
took plaoo, the clergy ultcndliiK In
DurlnR the union evenlnt; servlco nt
7:30 tho Kov. r. W. Morrill spoko In
torcstlngly on tho "American Indian,"
Representative Sheldon Thinks
Kauai Prosecutor Would
Be Good Judge.
County Attorney H. K. Kneo of Ka
uai has been suggested ns n likely sue
Hoiikd of IteprFsentatlvcs.
Sheldon Is nun' In Honolulu on n
business trip, lie Is not urging Kneo,
for. so far ns he sny. ho has lake,, no
cesHor to Judge Hardy of the Knttni' ,.,i , . , ", , , ,, n ,,n .
account oMII-hcalth, says 'H'"'';' improvement and to igreo ir possible
ill'll, lliu t-ll-illll IIIIII11 lll.-IIII.V, 1,1 1,U
hand In the appointment, hut hellevcB pn ,'. t ,,, tmlav
that tho attorney would make n good ut ttbn or not the liuprovement
'"nil" it-.. -ii .. ii. a.-oIii,, in ' can bo effected depends largely on
The Hawaiian r Asoclatlnn 111 ,U , f wl() w )0
meet next Wednesday afternoon o I n- ,)Cn(1lte(1 , , un ..TlP colm.
doise n "itmwJMn inrA'y.ty cannot very well nfford to ly
ami lo cable this n.lorsemo it lo At- $ fi , R,mre f ,
torney (Jcncral Ickersl am. Thoio ....,. ..t ,,, .,,. .... ,,., .i,-.
.. .. ... ,M,.Mv.ln M.al UlinlilnM
lilmseir might bo n cnndlclate. hut ho
' snld when asked about It that tliero
; was nothing lo It.
... .. ,v.. ."".- ;- .
MOST OF TAX APPEALS
HAVE BEEN WITHDRAWN
Territorial Treasurer C'olikllnc and
H'nu ,..nunH Willing II i i ItnllnVi f ll II (
, I ll (innrPHi iiiniv. ,,,,., ,-.,,b.u .... ,-,-,. ,,.,,, .,,. ..,
tho mnjorlty of tho tux appeal cases tried, convicted iiml lined J100 liy Dl"-,
Died on or before the llnnl day, April trlct Magistrate Maliaulii list fSntur
.10, will bo disposed of without the ns-J day. In addition to Hint, the Jiipunon
It. -. ,1.- .1 l.n.,K,l- tlnM I..., ..I, ., ,, . ... ,.. (.,.. I .
SISlllllCU VI II1U lliH-ill uuiuun. mui
than half of tho appeals filed for Onliu
already have been withdrawn, Indue!
Ing a InrRe number of tho big plnntn-
itlons. and tho assessor says tliero nro
other cases In which the Rocrnmont
may he willing to acknowledge error
before tho appeals havo been taken
up by tho courts.
The figures of tho local tnx offlco
show that tnx payments amounting to
t077.477.90 hnve been made since tho
llrst of the jear, or about $90,000 more
than was paid by this time In 1911,
llmMnli tlila itnna nnt miilffi II ll fnr IllO
Increase In the tax rato and assess
ments and apparently Indicates that
tho delinquent list will bo oven larg
er thnn last yrar. '
YOU RISK NO MONEY
Our ltciiitatliiii ntnl Mimcj are Hack
of Thli (IflVr.
Wo pay for all the medicine used
during the trial, If our remedy falls to
r ompletely relievo you of constipation.
Wo Inko nil tho risk. You nro not ob
ligated to ns In any wny whatever. If
you ncccpt our offer. Could anything
bo more fnlr for you? Is thcro any
renson why you should hosltnto to put
our claims to a practical test?
A most scientific, common-senso
treatment Is Itexall Orderlies, which
nro eaten like candy. They are very
pronounced, gentle and pleasant In
n,lit, nnd Mart l-tilarl v n itronntiln In
ifcvory way. They do not cause diar
rhoea, nausea, flatulence, griping, or
'other Inconvenience. Itexall Orderlies
inre particularly Rood for children,
aged and delicate persons.
We urgo j on to try Itexall Ordcrllos
at our risk, Three sizes, 10c, 25r
j and TiOc. ltemember, you can get
Hevnll Remedies In Ibis community
'only nt our Btoro The ltexnll store.
flcnsnn. Smith & Co., Ltd., Port and
THREE HAWAIIANS ON
COAST UNION BOARD
TACO.MA, Wash.. May 11 San Pe
dro, Cal , wns today chosen over As,
I torla, Oro anil Victoria, II. C, for tho
' next convention of tho F'nclflc district,
International longshoremen's Union.
rTbo present olllcers wcro re-elected as
nnd J. Cummings, California; Mnuricn
Keohokalnlo nnd James Wilson, lln
wall. Tho followlnR will represent tho Pa-
c'c Coast district at the Internatlon
t .Anunnl nn n l,n linlA 111 Pntl lilt
a) convention to bo held at Tort
lla ilon, Mich., In July: I). I'.wallko
wall; John Kcnn, California; .1. A.
Madscn, OrtRon; T. 8. Anderson,
Washington; A. Nelson, Hrltlsh Co-
CORAL DREDGING TO
dc nnmc AT Llll n
Tho cnRlneer sent by tho Depart
ment of Public Works to Investigate
"l0 niro of tho dreclRlnR In tlio slip
'" l'10 nw wlmrf llt ll"' ropnrts
tlmt 40-000 cublc yards of JrcdgliiB
throiiRll solid coral must bo clone. 1-lvo
,)0rlnF wcro m,l,1 1),y tlle c!'K'ncor'
wlt" tho llcoery that coral fcirma
"10 1,0' "' "' ''"V down to ,loP11' of
twenty feet, tlio depth ncccssury for
I tho wharf slip, Tho department had
expected to find lava underlying this
i portion of tho bay. Illds for tho con
tract for this work will bo auvortibod
FOR LICENSE BOARD
Tho Republican Exccutlvo Commit
too has recommended Major OeorRo
C. Potter to Acting-Governor Mott
Bmltli as successor to Willard K.
Ilrpwn, who resigned last weok from
tho Hoard of License Commissioners,
Major I'nttur tins been with tho Hank
of Honolulu for nearly ten yeara and
for many years following tlio over
throw of tho monarchy In the Islands
was clitaf clerk In tlio Uovornors of
fice und attnehed to the Department
of Foreign Affairs. Ilrown expects to
lcavo shortly for tho States.
ASK PUBLIC TO
Property owners nITectecl hy the
proposed Hotel street widening, nnd
cltlrcns Interested In tho lniprocment
upon llnanclal arrangement by
which tho widening can be nffocted
Supervisor Harry Murray, who bns
?"" - T" ' ,""ru? ,1
" " " " ' --
the property-owners will agree to pay
the rest "
"BLIND PIG" KEEPER
SEVERELY DEALT WITH
I.lquor Inipector V P. I'enncll. who
arrested a Japanese iininecl Tnnnkn at
Wnliilun for selllnir lliiuor Illicitly, It
lirtltln ninu l, ..,. Il,n TrllillimMn VC'llH
iul fill COO IKlOOr HO linil ill lll IHIII-.'.
together with a wngoiihud of other
I'enncll reports that llinmr Is being
Mild freely among the plantation hand'
Almost every Amcuilcan man or wo
man can recall tho collection of roots,
herbs and barks made every fall for
tho homo medicine chest.
It Is Interesting to note that tho
most successful remedy for female
Ills tho world lias ever known had Its
origin nearly foity years ago In ono
of theso linmo medicine chests nnd
I.yclla K. Plnkhnm'n VcRotablo Com
pound Is made today In Immense
quantities from these same roots and
herbs with oxtrcmo nccurncy, enro
nnd clcnnllness. Merit alone could
have stood this test of time.
CONTRACTOR (3KO. MARSHALL,
who Is building tho' llannpepc school
house on Kauai, Is In town, lie says
.tho building Is going along fine un 1
that ho expects to get the roof on by
the latter part of libxt week. Ho ro
turns to Kauai tomorrow.
Most of tho Holyoko paper manu
facturers nro considering a readjust
ment of wages to 'take effect on tho
2nd of June.
For news nnd tho truth about It nit
people buy the II u 1 1 e 1 1 n.
Position liy expert woman stenogra
pher. Eleven years' experience. Ad
dress "It 11," care Ilulletln otllce
Thursday, May 30, 1912, having been
fcet apart and established by law aa a
Territorial holiday, all Territorial of
llces will bo closed on that day,
K. A. MOTT-HMITII,
Acting Oovornor of Hawaii
Honolulu, Hawaii, May 2i, 191:'
NP.W - TO-DAY
Ol-ITCK D. O M., Honolulu, II T
May 27, 1912. Healed proposals will bu ,
received here until it u. in , June 12,
1912, for furnlshlns hay feccJliiB and
oats, required at posts In Hawaiian Ix
binds (liirlim llsciil year eoininenclnt; '
July t. 1912 Information furnished on
application here. CI.YKKAIID HAMD,
I ) XI
S217 May 27, 28, 29, 31; Juno 10, 11
To Celebrate the 50th Anniversary of
the Anglican Church in the Islands
L'lidcr the Auspices of Aliahul Iolunl
ii mi Wuhlno Ilawuii
HOTEL AND MILLER 8TREETS
Saturday, June 1st,
FROM 12 M, TO 6 P. M.
litit-n lirnti naln.l I., nll.nil mil, lln
Bladder Remed j
Com lndlelttn,Dysr'rl.?ouf Stom
ach, Ucfc ol Arr". I'"'1 limitilne,
Gt iiJ Wind on blrtmch. Bloale d I cti
Inr. Point In Slomich Aftfr Lallnr. Sick
lleniachf, Dllllnul, Cold Tensof,
liiiinuineii. L Grlrr. Dcnpu fevrr.
Ctilllt nd rver, Milirli, Urtakhont,
... lllaAar TrnuH. l.nurftlt. Rhru
Meuncnoo,nfrvo(i iuiuti. rrp
Icsinfii. Rmovf Wormt, turn Con
ltlpllon, Ancmlc Condition.
A Creit Tonic lor Wonrni.
It.OO per bontt, 3 lor S2.B0, 6 tor 1 5.00
HONOLULU DRUG CO.
Caninot Trainod to Act and Do Every.
thlnn But Talk
May Edithe Taylor
Cheery Musical Soubrette
On Hot urn HiiKiiKcincnt with Abgc
Intel) New Kouirs mid Talk
Fivo Wonderful Japanese In Exciting
FOUR REELS OF SELECTED
Baseball for Sunday
TWO CJAMIIS -
1i30 ASAHIS v. P. A. C.
3tI0 HAWAIIS vs. STARS
Heiered seats for center of Krand
Nlitud and wi..wj ean bo booked at 1?
O. Hall & Rnn.1 Hporlliicr Department
(entrance King street) up to I p ui.l
arter 1 p in, at M. A Gunst & Co.,
King anil Kort.
Prices 50o, 35c and 25c Children 10c
JUNE 8 FOR TAG DAY
FOR KING'S DAUGHTERS
For tbe purposo of ralslnr; funcln for
I bo new Homo nt Knlmiikl, tho Kin:
DniiRliters bao set .limo S for TaK
Day. and on Hint clay every i-chIiIpiiI
of tlio city will bo Rlon an cipportu-j
tilt y to imreliaso a taR anr lielp con.!
Irlbuto to a worthy cnimo. Tho plana
for tlio home, drawn by Architect II.
U Kerr, havo been accepted, and It l'
hoped to complete tho milldltit; fund
nut of tho procoedB of TnR Day.
Captain Thomas S. Ilaldwln, tho avi
ator, returned to Now York, nftor a
llvo inonlhs' trip to tho Orient Can
i ',"'". naJd"'" 'na,1 tw ibm ln
mpiiu aim viiiuu.
Men's Suits, - $5, $6, $7, $8
Men's Pants, 600 pairs at $2
Boys' Suits, - $2, $3, $4, $5
L. B. KERR. & CO., Ltd.
KapiolaniBuilding, Alakea Street J
Of Fine Soft, Material
Silk Princess Slips .
Made of Good fiuality
in all colors, at -
White and Colors,
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j lj ilK tir. A let preparations'. 1 1
II vMh'-cMfij IT SOFTENS AND II
aatVV lSll PERFUMES THE &JM
mmVUl '!Jiw!fSI olvl"ff forth the do- ffSBBBSl
VAWai "yy llRhtful odor of fresh iMr92
IJH PRICE 25c A TIN ill
ml Benson, Smith & Co., Ltd., M
IKI HOTEL AND FORT STREETS Wt
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Improved Dr. Denton Sleeping Garments
'Canton Dry Goods Co.,
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Fvenin Bulletin 75c Per Month
See our Window
Panama Hats, - $3, $4, $5 $6
Men's Collars, - 75c. a dozen
Undershirts and Drawers
at unheard of prices.
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