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THE HONOLULU REPUBLICAN, THURSDAY, JANUARY 16, 1902.
I IT IS LIKE FINDING MONEY
I ? J-
The all round satisfaction you get from wearing a pair, of these
high grade, perfection shoes.
When you buy anything, and are satisfied witfr it. you feel happy
with everything in the world. You can only achieve this by wear
ing a pair of HANAN'S high grade shoes.
Mclnerny's Shoe Store.
Wall Paper 1 1 1
2B PER GENT
THE KASH CO., LTD
COME TODAY --.
riore are a few sensible suggestions for Holiday Gifts:
Linen Handkerchiefs, Gloves,
Smoking Jackets, Bath Robes,
Silk Hose, Underwear,
'Shirts, Pajamas, Ties.
All the above and many more useful gifts arc to be
The Kash Co., Ltd.
TWO STORES TWO STOCKS.
P. O. Box 558.
23 and 27 Hotel Street and Corner
The Extra Comfort
The Extra Wear
The fMecnie Paint
and Wall Paper Co.,
116 Selhil Street. PHONE 62.
becomes another yesterday,
tomorrow will become another
today, don't wait for tomorrow but
Main 98 'and 2ffain 376
of Fori and Hotel Streets.
30 in. Ouage 14 lbs. Rails
FOR SALE IN QUANTITIES
BET. S. HOOKER DELIfERS ADDRESS
SPEAKS OF THE ORGANIZATIONS
IN THE CHURCHES OF
Brotherhccd or ST. Andrews and" La-
dies' Guild Meet Visiting Clergy -
man Encauraees Foundina of
Religious Organizations Which
Might Work Well in This City.
A meeting of the Brotherhood of
St. Andrews -and the ladies' Guild;
of St. Andrew's congregation was J
held last night at i:20 in the Sun-
day school room of the Cathedral.
The meeting began with a prayer
whereafter Rev. Alex. Mackintosh in
a brief speech gave an outline of the' organization which does such splen-j
work which had been done by the did work throughout the world by1
Brotherhood of St. Andrews and by helping missionary work. Work to-'
the Ladies' Guild. He then intra-, gether with these organizations in!
daced Rev. Sidney Hooker, of Dillon, the United States and send a dele
Montana, wh.o delivered an address, gate to their conventions. You could
saying m part:
Why Guilds Exist.
"I anjj glad to bring a greeting from
the church in Montana to the church
in Honolulu. Why we have guilds, I
will tell you. When the spirit of
unnst comes into our nearts we
want to show our love of Christ and
the church. We know what Christ
did and we want to do as be did.
When we become members of the
church we want to do something to
show that we want to be useful mem
bers of the church, for bv their works
shall you know them. Religion is
not sentiment, it is a thing of doing.
When we become church members
we want to show our Christianity by
wow to accomplish anytning we
must organize, just as we must or
ganize if we work for political or
business ends, and therefore we have
our guilds. One man can do work
alone, but when men work together
they can accomplish things much
greater. It was this feeling that
made five men meet together to or
ganize the Brotherhood of St. An
drews, which is a great organization
and a grand expression of this feel
ing of desire to do work for the
Daughters of the King.
"The Daughters of the King is
another expression of the same feel
ing. We have neither of these at
my home in Dillon. Montana, but we
will soon start to organize the Daugh
ters of the King. In other parishes in
Montana we have both these organ
izations and they are doing splendid
work. Thus in Butte there were G3
candidates for comfirmation last
year which large number was for a
great part the result of the work of
"We also have missionary guilds.
These used to have the same trouble
as there seems to be here, that while
at times the attendance was large,
at other times it was very small. We
g t over that about three years ago
1 v organizing on different lines. We
all want to help the rector to do the
Lord's work, and to do this it is an
important thing to have people
friendly towards one another and
making strangers feel at home with
us. Our guilds succeeded in doing
this splendidly by having social
meetings every week. They met at
different houses at different times
and the lady of the house provided
the refreshments so that this was on
ly a small burden. Then it was cus
tomary for every member to bring
a small offering at every meeting.
This plan worked surprisingly well.
The attendance became larger, great
er interest was shown and more
money was collected. A great mini
oer of strangers were also drawn to
the church in this manner. This plan
in the end
Is always the cheapest,
anu wnea a nouse is;
Known to carry reiiaoie gooas, it is
best to patronize it: see Hoffschlae-;
ger Co.'s ad on page 5. j
The "Oliver" typewriter is the.
latest and most striking. machine on -
the market sold by Wall, Nichols &
Co.. Litd. j
. . " . . ... '
ror aiternoou tea, you cannot nay,
anything more tasty than our Maca-f
roons Lady Fingers, Cream Puffs,
etc All the dainty styles of biscuits
fresh every day. The New England
Bakery Hotel street
Wm. F. Wilson Co.. leading plum
bers in San Francisco have a perma
nent office here now in the Alexan
der Young Building.
To start in and lay by your super
fluous cash is the beginning of a
regular bank account, which in later
years you will look back on with
much pride. Bishop &"Co. Bankers
pay 4M pec cent on Savings Deposits.
Ladies skirts and underwear mad , guarantee by the Hawaiian Hard
to order at the cheapest prices. L. : ware Co.
J. Sun. Nuuanu Avenue. j Qar Dusiness Js lhat ot suppiyin5
Drink "Primo" and keep healthy, i g wants of our neighbors in th?
get rich and die old. . fBrniture line don't forget us H. H.
The Yon Hamm-Young Cov Ltd- J Williams. Fort street. -are
agents for the Union Gas Engine.! Nice rooms for rent, with or with-
bolh stationary and Marine. Qneen i
street. Phone, Main 276.
might work, exceedingly well here ta
Another organization, is the Wo- J ,
, man's Auxiliary which is very thor-
ocgbly organized, there being
branch of It fa everr diocese cf iron-
! . . . . . ...
i"i'- me worse Boae js especially
missionary work and every baptized
woman of the church is considered a
member. Meetlncs are held oaf a
month, the main feature being the
reading of papers -which tell what is
being done In the missionary field.
This makes these meetings interest
ing. When -ore know what Is beinc
jdone and see ihe spieaad results of
i l"e missionary worn we oecome in-
terested and will give more for these
purposes. Every year this organiza
u'on pledges itself to give,a certain
amount to the Board of Missions and
all the Sunday schools give offerings
for the same purpose during LenL
"Last year the children of Monta-i
aa gave more than was given in any '
place in the United States. When
these children grow up they will pre-'
serve interest in this work. You
should have a branch here Of this,
?lso send your contributions such as ,
fare received from many other distant I
parts such as Alaska, Japan. China .
and many other places. If you want.
to form such an organization Mrs
Hooker, who is the secretary of onei
of these organizations, will give you '
any information you might want."
A prayer was then offered by Mr.;
Hooker and Rev. Alex. Mackintosh '
made a few remarks upon the ad i
dress of Mr. Hooker. A vote of
thanks was then offered to Mr. Hook
er and the meeting adjourned.
ART LEAGUE COMPETITION.
Selections from Best Manuscripts to I
be Read at "At Home." J
The judges of the manuscripts
which have been handed in for the
Kilohana Art League literary com-'
petition have been looking through
the manuscripts individually during!
the past week. They will meet in j
the Art League rooms in the Progress i
block, on Friday, January 17th. to
render a final decision.
The judges are: Mrs. Mary Dilling
ham Frear. Mrs. W. W. Hall, Miss
Burbank. Walter G. Smith, Prof. M. '
M. Scott and Walter Dillincham. '
Mrs. S. S. Kinney has withdrawn '
from the list of judges as she became
unavoidably acquainted with some of
A selection from the best poems,
stories and essays will be read at the !
Art League "At Home" on Saturday, J
January 25th, which this time, by re-,
quest, will be given in the evening j
instead of in the afternoon. '
Hartman Co. Stockholders Meet. '
A meeting of the stockholders of,'
the liquor firm of Joseph Hartman.
Ltd., took place yesterday morning, ;
at 10 o'clock. It will be remembered
that Joseph Hartmann, the promoter,
and later on the manager, of the
company, left all his friends, who
thought he had gone to Manila. The '
books of the company have been ex-
amined by Major Camara, but no '
information . concerning what was
done at the meeting of the stockhold
ers yesterday could be haI. '
To Hold Joint Reception.
Arrangements are being made by
the Y. W. C. A. to give a joint recep-,
tion to the two associations at the j
V t O A Soil nn Tnrmni-T- "Jtb
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There will be a musical program, :n
which the Amateur
take a leading part.
DIFFERENT BUSINESS HOUSES!
Our fresh Cream Butter is admit-1
tea oy an to oe. want we sen mem.
tor tresn in every sense 01 me 1 and 5:30 a. m.
word. Ring up Blue 3171 and give; Cars leave Palama for Waikiki at;
us a trial order. The Star Dairy. 5:45 a. m. and every 15 minutes till
.7" . 9-45 p. m., then at 10:15 and 10:45,
Most householders keep a littlejpm The u: 15 p. m. from Panama'
whiskey or brandy in the house in : f0r punahon only goes to Waikiki on
case they should at any time require ! Saturdays. " j
it give your next order to Jos. H !-! Cars leave Fort and King streets 1
mann & Co- Bethel street. Phone corner for Rifle Range at 5:20 and'
, ... - ,
"Komel" is the most popular drink s
in town, ask for iL Put ud by the .
Consolidated Soda Water Works Co.'
. o . k:- . i
ojnui.e uji. vjcu uui suuia asu-
I fit- 1m CinWflw QtDQm T flltnilrr
ed at the Sanitary Steam Laundry
Called for and delivered. Phone 73.
Portable Track Complete for sale!
30 and 36 inch gauge, by H. Hack.
feld & Co.
When buying stones, buy the best
vou can get, it is cheaper than buy-,
mg an inisrtor article for a
j price. The Eurska Wickless Blue
Flame Oil Stoves are sold with a
cut board, Helen's Court. H. M. Le-
Remedy for Bowel Trou
Rev. J. M. Tingling; pastor of the
Bedford St. X. EL Church. Cumber
land. Ind, U. SL A., says: It af-
a;'ure3 ne seai pleasure to recom-
leilQ nam certains' Loiic. caoiera
and rfarrhra Terrtiulv 1 fcir-i rov4
-. .-. .-. -.-
lt azQ ao cwrs wao nave never
it to faiL" For sale by all
- dealers and druggists. Benson. Smith
& Co- asents for HawaiL I
- ; rr
IMPORTER m OEHEH IX
; JAP WSE PJRO YTS10 S
; and General Merchandise
JAPANESE LIQUOR, direct from
SoIe Agsnts for RY0K0 MASAMUNZ.
S Street Phone Main S2.
Everybody should have one of
of our American Russia Leather
A diary is -almost indispensable
to the business and social man.
If you have never kept one begin
the New Year right by doing so.
When you once begin yotTwill won
der how you have got along with
Best "Excelsior" Dairies, In
American Russia Leather, Imita
tion Russia and Black Cloth.
Pocket size ... 75c to $2.00
Office $1.00 to 3.00
Hawaiian News Co.,
On the way to the Post Office.
A Straw Hat
Ts the most kumfortable and
koolest kind of Head Gear for a
klimate like ours.
Get a"ny style, shape or quality
made to order to suit your build
Straw Hat Manufacturer.
Nuuanu St. Opp. Sayegusa's
Tramways Time Table.
leave Waikiki for Town at
6.45, G:15, 6:45 a. m., and
minutes thereafter till 10:45, 11:15
! and 11:45 p. m. from Waikiki go tc
the Punahou Stables.
Car3 leave Rifle Range or Pawaa'
switch for Town at 5:5S a. m. and
eve 15 minutes thereafter till 11:03
u. HI- j
Cars leave Fort and King streets
i rorner fnr Palnmn at RrlO n m. nnrt '
every 15 minutes after tn, 11:25 p .
Cars jeave for pajama onij- at 5
5.50 a f
- - I
Lars leave iort and King streets!
conJer for Waikiki at 6:05 a. m. and
every 15 minutes till 10:05 p. m., then
at 10:35 and 11:05 p. m. The 11:35'
p - m. goes to Waikiki on Saturdays ,
qtjJt - '
BERETAN1A STREET AND NUU ',
ANU VALLFY . !
nietf f "" uu aoi; or -1 o to .
5:40. 5:50, 6:10. 6:20, 6:40, 7 and 7:20 j
n.ov iiuu iu iunu anu yaiiev act
Cars leave Oahn College for Town
lowland valley at 6:30. 6:&0 and 7:10 a. I
m. ana every 10 minutes UH ao:i')j
p. m.. except the even hour and half-'
hour cars which run from the Stable
Cars leave vuaanu Valley at 6:10.:
5:30, 6:50 a. m.. and eve-y 10 minutes t
thereafter till 1Q;50 p, in. !
Cars leave Fort ad Quen street. t
for Punahou College at 6:05. 6:25.
o-t3 a.- iu.r sum tn;i v iv uiiuuiti sulci; .
till 9:45 p. m. After that the nrs i
ran to tne stable up to ii:oa p. m..
which, is the last car from Ton.
reaching the Stable at 11:
I -'ft r. m
V J. u.
Wall,. STiekQls Co., &td.
Agents for Territory of Hawaii.
Theo. H. Davies & Co., Ltd.
COMMISSION MERCHANTS. .'
Canadian-Australian Steamship Tin0
Lloyds, British & Foreign Marina Insurance Co.
I Northern Assurance Co. (Fire and Life).
Canadian Pacific Railway Co.
Piokeeh Line of Packets from Liyerfoci.
A Roof Oyer
j Is a Necessity
Use the best Roofing on Earth
READY ROCK ASPHALT ROOF
ING and keep out the rain.
FOR SALK X5Y
The Hawaiian Trading Co.,
ii-fs Fort Street. Love J3uilclinjr.
Fred Philp & Bro.
629 King St. WRIGHT BLDG.
A Full Line of -
Saddles. Harness. Whips.
Collars. Hames. Chains.
Soaps. Bridles. Bits. Spurs
Harness Oil and Dressing. Gall
Cure. Campbell's Hoof Remedy.
Elliman's Embrocation. H. H. H.
Liniment. Etc.. Etc.
SATISFACTION GUARANTEED ON
ALL WORK UNDERTAKEN.
PHONE BLUB 2651.!
604 Queen. Street, cor. South.
Headquarters for Honolulu
in bottles and on draught A1-.
We can give you the
best glass of Beer in town.
"tj; in w..
OS1 A All
THE ALOHA O ALU UN
DOITX BY THEIEOX ITORKS
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For Good, Tasty Schooner
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KLEMME BIOS., PrcnrUtsrs.
Simplicity, durability, speed and
manifolding power aro conceded
to be the four great essentials la
a typewriting machine. "We pre
sent to the public THE OLIVER
as the latest and most striking
embodiment of these features, and
the most radical departure from
other methods of construction.
Examine this up-to-date ma
chine before deciding upon a pur
chase of an inferior make.
I HART & GO., Ltd.
Elite Ice Cream Parlors.
Finest resort in the city.
SODA VATER AND ICE CREAM
ilade from Pure Fruit Syrups.
CHOCOLATES AND BON BONS.
i fresh m mm
Supplied dally with fresh killed meats
also . .
A LARGE GROCERY DEPARTMENT
FRUITS, ETC., ETC.
Orders delivered to any part of the
C. a. YEE HOP & CO.
Corner Seretanxa and Alakea.
Phoxe Bute 25'
Honolulu Iron Works Go
steam bngcus ...
BOILERS. SUGAR MJLLS. COOL
ERS, BRASS and LEAD CASTING3,
anrl MacLinerr of every dperfnt!nn
ma(ie to order. Particular attention
paid to ship's blacsmithlng. Job
work executed on shortest notice.
Beaver . Lunch . Rooms.
H. J. NOLTE, : : : ;
Ju3t received a new lot of celebrated
FIVE (MT CIGARS-
York Capaduras, Washington,
Allston, Union de Cuba,
Grand Republic, Etc