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THE HONOLULU REPUBLICAN, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 15, igoi
IIOIJHJP MET" " PRAYER MEEIfflG
( reaching lariat which is Intended xr
. be brought into play whenever a rcn-
"rTy-T rpr T TV'T IT TUUTD XT TTUTA1T aTO3" tani is encosntered. FtrreSra
ill () KHKr, Al OEAIIihL UillUrlllxare the championship record In
xlv XJ J.L.UJJ1 . the Hawaiian Islands for stopping
J more rnnawaj teams than any other
PflBTft BTfJVC fV DTIVTCirm ' SEC0ND SERIES WELL ATTENDED; officer or man In tbe business. If
rUlllU ItlUAItt Alifc I'Ufllbtibl) J ; Ferreira was presented with a medJ ,
.. ..,..: .. , .,, -j - for every fractious horse be tiad
r.t. onHurn .iiwiiis rwinMic sscs's
JUDGE wit c.nx ant i-rcr v dutI
FIRMLY DECLINES TO
. PASS OH TITLE.
brought under subjugation he doubt
Earnestly fcr Nearly an Hour toe would require a goce neck dray
to carry bis well-eared tropin s
aroend with him. '
f.lfss Hyde Sings Regular Mid
Weekly Prayer To-night.
JHlely Hoe Handle Used as an Ar-j g flf
giimer.t fn Ordering .Man Off Rice v week In tie series being held Ja Cea-
Patch-Powessicn cf Dancercus ' f31 Uaion Cfeorch was weH a
, lost evening. Mr. Jones led In the
S.Hetto Results in Two Months opening prayer and the 51s? Peeks
n the Reef,
ReT. William Morria Klacaid spoke '
Wfcea Lam Wo Sing, a Chinese earnestly for nearly an hoar on the1
tow oT a patch of rice laad at Wal, subject: "Take Ye Away the Stone."!
MM. owned by Mm. Lizzie Kainana.' Mr- Klacaid used many examples In
Kf 0f- J jJF fx B w i w v 2 w vff
W9C f-9i In Itnluin lir .V, ,. -. -. .
--.- .... ... waasfwm v; vc vuta-
GOOD WORK DURING QUARTER
eMploj e4 a well teasoned boe handle
la driving Tarn Pong from the prem
he ailed to count upon the at- complish wonders.
fceadant trouble the act would bring sed David to slay
bis own experience to show that!
knowledge without faith was of lit
tle use but faith of itself could ao
The Lord had
Mrs. Wm. G. Irwin and Hon. Charles i
R. Blshcp Endow Beds in Queen's
HospitaJ Where Upwards of For-
ty Patients are Treated. i
to hi door.
The greater part of yesterday's
proceedings In the police court were
devoted to the unravelling of tech
nical points concerning tbe rightful
possession of the tract of land in
attention. In tbe opinion of tbe de
fense, the determining of tbe right
of tKle bad much to do with ascer
taining tbe galit or Innocence of the
After bis encounter
new Tain Pone Immediately sore
out a warrant for tbe arrest of Lum '
Wo Sing upon a charge of assault
snd bauery. j. a Magoon agisted
in the prosecution, -while the de
fendant's caso was looked after by
Attorneys Kinney and Wilder.
Judge Wilcox Determined.
j David bad faith. How many have
'faith that they have received the
Holy Spirit after having- earnestly
asked God for this gift. Take the
Lord at his word. "Ask and Ye Shall
An evangelist wonderful in the sav
ing of souls and in his simple chiW
, like faith once said to me: "Every
1 where I go I And the people ready
and waiting for a revival, but to do
this kind nf trnrV vmt must liore frith
the rice and tnen u mxist have your mind
ntolv s'tknre .. . .... .. ..
nueu wjtn tne fccnpiure ana have a
passion for souls."
There is a reservoir of spiritual
power above us, as it were, and faith
opens tne noougates. uod is more
anxious to bless us than we can im
agine if we but ask and believe that
we will have.
After the address Miss Yarrow led
The regular quarterly meeting of
the StrangeTb' Friend Soeiety was
held yesterday morning in the par-(
lors of the Y. M. a A. Since the last
meeting $2,323 have been disbursed
in charity. From the minutes of the
annual meeting it was found that
Hon Charles R. Bishop had endowed
four beds in the Queen's Hospital for
the Friendless Society, and during
the year they had been successfully!
occupied by thirty different
Mrs. Wm. G. Irwin had
bed to the Society and this had cared
for eleven patients,
ffie fJBSI jines
distilled from the choicest
yields of field and vineyard,
bottled with the utmost care
and skill, and delivered at your
door the finest tonics and in
vlgorants you can get.
WHAT SHALL WE SEND YOU?
Come in and make a selection;
we guarantee the quality.
BOFFSGHUEGEB CO., LIO
The Pioneer Wine and Liquor House.
.. 25 King St.. near Bethel.
Comparisons biia? oat the strozj:
points ia favor of onr glasses, demon
strate superiority in the make and fin
ish of oar fraxaes. asd show the highly
polished, dear cut and accurately cen
tered excellence of our lenses.
FACTORY' O.V THE PREMISES
?. N. 51NFOR&,
Boston Building, Fort street.
lis had cared ! V7 U 11 T f VJ IX 1
Mrs. Irwin had also presented the ' is well done. It is the repairing of
.Indirp Wllratr nnliinlv Unt firm It-
notified both prosecution and the de- " JB n an earnest prayer for
renn that bi l,l f ho fa,tn and strength to carry Christ to
weed to determine the title to the
property. After bearing loug drawn1
needy souls. Miss Hyde sang "Wi1
There Be Light?" and the closing
hymn was "Take the Name of Jesns
1 To-nIghtNthe regular mid weekly
1 prayer meeting will be held, the sub
ject being: "The Work of the Holy
KAMEHAMEHA SCHOOL RECITAL
out testimony from both sides Lum
Wo Sing was committed to tbe Cir
cuit Court for trial.
Tnn trouble emanated from an ex
pired tend lease held by I.nm, and
werfeb ran out January IsL A re
newal was made out to Tam Pong.
R was hen the latter attempted to
make some repairs about his newly ,
acquired premises that he met with' " On Thursday evening, at 7:80
treuooos opposition from Lum. The o'clock, there will be a pupils' recital
former tenant insisted that he was at the Kamthameha Girls' School.
till In possession of the property. The concert whiph is an Invitational
and ordered the new lessee off the one will be quite enjoyable, judging
grounds. Tam Pon obeyed the man from the program which is as fol
date. but not with as much haste as lows:
Lunt desired, and to accelerate his i M,.n n,,- T?ninnnisa
night Lum was alleged to have be- ' The Dance" King
Society with $300. Mrs. Lewison had
given $250, to be invested for the
benefit of the Society.
Several needy families had been.
and are now being, entirely or partly
supported by the Society, and pas
sages have been procured for desti
tute persons wishing to return to,
friends on the mainland. Provisions
or weekly rations were given to many t
families; house rents had been paid'
in many instances ;two orphan chil-j
dren had been paid for in the Castle
Home and a great deal of good was
done for transient cases through the
monthly allowance given Mrs. Berger
manager of the Associated Charities.
A vote of thanks was unanimousl
extended to those who hml made j
And the making of
MOTOR CARRIAGES and
FINE STEEL WORK.
THE MOTOR Giill&GE AI
HAWAIIAN BAND CONCERT
Phone WMte Ml
For Some GENUINE HERE'S
BOOT BEERorGINGEP. ALE
labored the interloper with a hickory
boe handle. The case wore well
along to a late 'hour in the afternoon
before a decision was glvon.
Hold-Up Men To the Reef. j
Porto Rlcans who assumed new
roles in the prevailing epidemic of,
petty depredations received a stiff
sentence yesterday. j
Joe Castro ami Manuel Sava. ar
rested by Ofllcer Devauchelle for an
Ritemptod hold up of Hackman Ma-i
kaena, were found guilty and Castro
was santenryd to six months on the
reef. His partner Sava was given)
balf that time for penal servitude. j
Nine Chinese brought to the police;
station on Saturday evening in a
Ctalllingworth raid, and charged with '
gambling, were released on a nolle
pros. The Oriontals fortified them
reives by employing Attorney Mon
Ilaolo was committed for trial at!
the neat torm of the Circuit Court.
lie was charged with assault and bat
tery on II. Ryan.
Bertha Peiler, Miss Bylngton.
2. .Mendelssohn chorus
lb) Fair Tinted Primrose.
3. Bofam. Piano Trio. Festival March
Zelle Lima. Hattie Jones,
4 Zimmerman, Chorus..FaJry Chorus
5. Grieg, Piano Solo Albumblatt
G. (a") Mendelssohn, Song
On Music's Wing
(b) Lyman, Song.. My Sweetheart
7. Bsethoven, Duet Melody In D.
Piano, Clara Smith.
Organ. Miss Bylngton.
8. Planquette, Chorus.. .CJhlmes of
Normandy. Legend of the Bells.
9. Piano quartette, Lenon Symph
1. Piano. 2. Piano.
Katie Sadler, Miss Bylngton,
Elizabeth Vannatta, Miss Aholo.
10 Sullivan air. Chorus
i Water W
127 Miller Street
Fine Program For Tonight at Thomas
The Hawaiian Hand will give a All kind of drinks delivered to 11
concert at 7:30 this evening at Thorn- parts of the city upon the receipt oi
as Square. The following Is" the pro-! order.
Overture. "Isabella" Suppe '
B&Ilard. "Pilgrim of "the Night"... i
Grand Selection, "Pariijina".Donizetti
(a) ."Xnunnu Waipuna," (b) "Makani
M'lss J. Keliiali.
re) "Wai Punalau." (d) "Rain Tua-
. hine o Manoa."
Mrs. X. Alapai.
Cornet Solo. "Old Folks at Home"
Mr. Charles Kreuter.
"The Serenaders" Herbert
Dance, "The Aborigines" Thiers
Waltz. "Vienna Bou Bons".. Strauss
"The Star Spangled Banner."
REFLECTIONS OF A BATCHELOR.
ENAMELED IN ALL COLORS.
1166 Union Street.
OPP. PACIFIC CLUB.
Ths Tri -Weakly Leading Newspaper.
Ssst Job Printing at Lowest Prices.
Second, Great Clearance -Sale
This is-eek we shall threw oer entire stock, of
LADIES' WASHASLE SKIRTS
on oer counters, to be sold at cost er less. Wo de net beStve ilt
acv lady who visited osr Muslin Underwear Sale last weak wms-djs
appointed In tbe bargains offered, or calf say t&at tb Sale dJ4 sat
carry oet the promises made in oer sdretUseateats. We eira van or
word that the values offered this week will be equally as crest, and
that this is an opportssity not to be passed by.
These Skirts are cat by skilled nan tailors and well ntade ssst
trimmed. They are of Crash. Khaki. Denim. Deck- Uaea api Plqa.
and are both white and coJored. They ar& sold so cheaply that
cannot afford to make alterations, on Skirts boegac deriat: tais Sal.
but there Is a great variety of sixes and It-agta, and almost every
one can be fitted.
Prices begin at 25 cents and go to 55.W, with alt prices between;
the greatest bargains, however, being between $i.e and ..
We shall pot In with this Sale a few beeotttfel Pure SHk Colored
Petticoats, which we have marked at exact cost. There are only a
limited number of them' and tbey will probably all bd soW on tbe
first day of the Sale h&ace better be quick.
WHITNEY & MAKSH, LTD
Editor, - .
- US. T
River Street near Beretanla Bridge.
P. O. Box 812. Tel. White 54L
Clans Spreckels & Co.
HONOLULU. - H.T
San Francisco Agents The Nevada
National Bank of San Francisco.
DRAW EXCHANGE ON
SAN FRANCISCO The Nevada Na
tional Rnnk of San Francisco.
LONDON The Union Bank of Lon
c VORK American
PARIS Credit Lyonnals.
BERLIN Dresden Bank.
HONGKONG AND YOKOHAMA
The Hongkong and Shanghai Banking
NEW ZEALAND AND AUSTRA
LIA Bank of New Zealand
VICTORIA AND VANCOUVER
Bank of British North America.
TRANSACT A GENERAL BANKING
AND EXCHANGE BUSINESS.
Deposits Received. Loans Made on
Approved Security. Commercial and
Travelers' Credit Issued. Bills of Ex
change Boucht and Sold.
Dangerous Looking Stiletto. '
, V . o. ,rte.i r th n- Rubinstein
-. .. . ... . ---""'-)Ei.a0fti, Vannatta,
charge of assault upon Maria Merra.,.n ,,,,'
Antone Delgndo. a Porto Rlcan.i ,
cbargod with vagrancy, established i
his close affiliation with hard work In Ferrefra Ready
i-uuri vuoiuiutt. diiu i u. uicvuiuu
BMIOP & COMPANY
From the New York Press.
A man earns his fame; his friends
spend it for him.
Little children are the roses sur-
The Lost Chord ' rounded by the grownup thorns.
Hnnil mm nr wnmpn nun Invo had
women or men, but the bad seldom i Ssrabligliec. 123. 1S5S
lovo the cood.
Give a woman her child, her Bible,
and her old love letters and no ad-
For Business. j verslty can daunt her.
Piano Duet. Nocturne
t ...I-.. tti t t i. TM. mnn wi linen t infthinfT cvnrwi
about the city supplied with a far-, thing good to be said of himself.
livelihood by polishing shoes. Upon
the charge of carrying a concealed;
weapon and pulling a dangerous look-
COLLECTIONS PROMPTLY AC
A boy once wrote: "I luv a
rooster fer tew things one Ir the
krov.' that Iz In him, and the other
Is the spurs that air on him to
bak up his crow with."
We admit having crowed often
and loud, but we have the "spurs
to back up the krow."
pure and wholesome A
AY & CO., Ltd.
Telephones, 22, 24, 92.
P. 0. Box 336.
TOU ENJOY IT;
TOU NEED IT, TOO.
Has all the wonderful tonie properties of
pure hops and malt.
Absolutely pure and properly aged.
Order a trial case from the Brewery,
TELEPHONE MAIN 341.
DELIVERED FREE IN CITY.
The Drawing Eoom
:"L?""lX"L,?L?:?.a'SPEClJu ATTEACTIOK'S OFFERED B
two monlbs sentence at the roef. i
One case of drunkenness graced '
tbe docket. Paul Becker admitted1
hie guilt. Ho was fined $2 and costs.) Get your straw hats at Iwakaml i must bo well dressed
' . Co.'s store, the leadinc straw hat locking allow us to sunnly your i Chartered Bank of India, Australia &
WINDING UP AFFAIRS. f Manufacturers in the Hawaiian Isl- needs and you never need feel doubt-f China.
.ands. Hotel street 1 ful about looking well. The Kash . . f?3 ff L?Rn? nt'r.n
I - the following rates per cent per an-
Stock Yard Owners to Receive Eighty j use Ready Reck Asphalt Roofing Store. num. viz.:
Transact business in all departments
Collections carefully attended to.
Exchange bought and sold.
Commercial and Travecs' Letters
of Credit issued on The Bank of Callf-
1 ornia, and N. M. Rothchild & Sons, i
Correspondents: The Bank of Calif or
T,1 nia; Commercial Banking Co. of
JLLU U bJbfe - Sydney, Ltd., London.
j Drafts and cable transfers on China
and Japan through the Hongkong &
and stylish ! Shanghai Banking Corporation and
Per Cent of Their Investment. and yiju will have no complaint to Qnr counter bargains are well
The directors of the Honolulu Stock raake about your roof. The Hawai- j worth coming to look over even If
Yards Company held a meeting yesjian Trading Co. you do not buy, they will interest
terday at noon, at the office of J. F.t A beautiful shipment of Shanghai you. E. W. Jordan. Fort streaL
Morgan, at which tbe question of, silks just received come round and Ymjr eyesigla is your greatest a
making a payment on the sharehold- look at them. The Phong Fat Co- tako'care of V If vou ar not
isuk? that every thin:
Seven days' notice, at 2 per cent.
Three months, at 3 per cent
Six months, at 32 per cent.
Twelve months, at 4 per conL
Delivered twice daily to any part
o the town.
Star D AIKY
When ordering ring up BLUE 3171.
A. B. DOAK - Manager
City office, phone Main 331, P. O.
Box 22. i& SX
ers stock was brought up and dis
cussed. It was decided to refund twenty
five per cent to the stockholders, pay-
i 33 King street.
The Longsnoremens Labor union and SCtJ x. Saaford, Boston Build
Cub are holding a, meeting tonight' niIi
Oil RAILWai h:Q UNO GO
in the Drill Shed at 7:30 p. m. All
raent to be mado in the next two .members are requested to attend, t Mr- "' eawa WU"'UHUU"
..- ... .1 contracts of any nature such as buim-
. f cvru auu ate mc wzv vv
No agreement was made concern- j fop iaentHviae the burglar when h
mg tne iaw sun just ovguu oy con- i
Act as Trustees under mortgages. .
right, cpme Manage estates real and personal).
i,X)iiect rents ana amaenas. atuaoie
paners. Wills, Binds, eux received for
Auditors for Corporations and Pri
vate Firms. Books examined and re-
Our Chinese silks are the best that routed on. Statements of Affairs pre
ar Imported, a large stock of many P-Lrev J5.tees on Bankrupt or In-
vsirietles to choose from. Goo Kim-1
If you wish to sleep easily every
Office, 524 Bethel Street.
t lag excavating, hauling, etc.. Punch
J hnu-l tnt x
d.ivs vnti a vi5ir. imp nr our .jpi.
tractor -Smith for payment of someltrlc fl;5h ht5 The paclfic HarU.
54,500 that he alleges to be due him war0 Co
on the new building which vas Jam-' ..." ,..,
aged by the fire of the Stock Yard ' ftb"y Joar J? T
..... . .... ,l- x. . tropolltan Meat Market. donX you?
Maniac rmr Tnmfl mnnin ?i i'f - r
Other assets of the company will . mats and vegetables on hand night have a watchman lock after!
w ..r.j v riAi.VnMo i " w luai'. I jour omcQ or collage. ViOuuuus
be turned over to the stockholders l;.,Bht p.t, b , Deposits received and Interest al
as scon as proper disposition of them The place for a cool drink on a. MRht Patrol. 1jwed 4U r aQnam in
can bjt made. It Is expected that thejktday. Is the Aloha saloon down by Mens furnkhings of all descrip- accordacce Vith Rules and Regnla
ttockholders will receive about eighty the Ironworks. j tions for sale cheap. G. Dohi, opp- tioas. copies of which may be obtain
par cent of their investment. j Try our new Installed arc-Ughts the site Sayegnsa. Nuuann street ed on appUcation.
" j best and most reliable light in the j The .best Is always the cheapest
The averace man has SUCh a COOd' wnrlrf msArt hv all th 1-srtint npr-l in Ihn nit !nJ wlirn ?! hnnct fc
memorj- that he finds it Impossible chants In their stores. The Hawaiian! knownto' carry relia'ble soods,tt Is
Agents for Fire, Marine, Life. Acci-
Of one's house betrays whatever refinement and good taste
there is in its adornment to the casual visitor.
A VISIT to our store will convince any one of the excellence
of our stock and the reasonableness of our prices.
1 HR... 1148 FORT STREET.
" Gas Engine:
Agents von fiafflm-Youn
rTELEPHONE, MAIN" 278.
From and After January 1, 1901
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tn forret th thlnt-c Ko 4npsn't want! Plrtr. Cn ihacV trnnlU i J? c'itntrm ,li. " -. ' . .
- ,. 0 -v. ,.. . .v.. . . UwU. iv, ,--.v iivusi.uu.v ance companies. t
Jo remember. To kep?pace with fashion, a man ger Co.'s ad on page " Insurance Office, 921 Bethel Streets
G. P. DENISOX.
SUITS ui CIE1ISES
Mods to Order and Kept In Suck
Good Fit Guaranteed- Beat Workman
ship. Lowest Price.
I SEATTLE BEER!l
On Draaght or ia Hot
M. I IRWIN I CO., LIS
Wei. G. Irwin.. President & ManayET
Clans Spreckeb.. First Vice Pesideat
W. M. Giffard.. Second Vice Prefect
H. M. Whitney, Jr.. .Treas. and Scc"y
AGEXTS FOR THE
Oceanic S. S. Co..
Of 8n Franclico. CaL