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THE HONOLULU REUBLICAX, SATURDAY, JANUARY 25, 1502.
FIFT2 SUNDAY AFTER CHRISTMAS'
SERMONS AND PUBLIC SERVICES
IN ALL CHURCHES IN
Cwert at Mwptay Clwb Hall Meet-
1ms of Yoong Men's
" and Catholic Benevolent Union.
Address en China and Japan at
Y. M. C. A. Hall.
ite 'reUxkra world will
mm tain the period of IeaL
In spiu of th chance wrought in
tfttt wdetdasUcal discipline. Seputa
mtabm. has reautiacd a tine of hal'.
aaHmc aad prayer. The Greek j met!Dg-
Caarco alwaya begins her Leoieni ....
. . . . . . i Meeting for Seamen.
period from the week of Septaagesi a ...,.,
; holy coorfJeratlo of charity I InS r Mamen will be held
mtkm ker Wtn lor an-oclate at 9 oc,ock Sunday raoraInS by the
aae her KMra er a-ciaie , PenIei MiS8ion on the wharf at the
fcttMlf with her mourning. Thc,foot of Nuuanu ,0 0clock
NMoa of Jomm Chriat had aaother Blb!o. class at .Mission; 3 p. m. holi
MoUre which reveals xo ns her pro- ness mteUng; 7 30. street meeting
foaad Knowledge of the huawn heart; 1 King and Nuuanu; afterwards ser
a mother fall of aollcitade. she knows vices in Hawaiian.
H lis weakneaaea.
After the aweet Jov of Chriatraas.
'after the hvauilfai feaats of the Epl-
pfcMjr aeaaon aad the more tumultu
em oaea of the carnival. could we
at oace enter into the penitential life ,
without LraMkloo? Asaarodly not.
The evening twilight precedes the
night; it it necesaary to let the last
echo of the feacu fade away little by '
HiUe, before intoning the aad chant 1
of woaraiag: Seitiuageelnta becomes
the preparation for hunt.
St. Andrew's Cathedral.
X&mr, the IMshop of Honolulu; par
iah prfeat. the Rev. V. II. KItcaL 1
Fifth Sunday after Christmas. 7
ft. i., holy communion.
11 a. m, Choral celebration of the '
8:80 p m . Pule ahinhl.
7:30 p m , Evensong and sermon.
Second Congregation: The Rev. pr.er meeting. Wednesday, S Ser
Alexander Mackintosh. I vices in the chapel at theNend of Ku-
Sttaday school. 9; morning service,, kui street adjoining St. Louis College
1:45; evening service, C: 30. 'grounds.
Roman Catholic Cathedral,
ilia Lordship, the Bishop of Pano
pott. Low masses and holy
wanton, $ and 7 a. m.; children's
ataaa. f a. m.; solemn high mass and j
w. '" - '; vwiwrs uim uoji-,
sawtwii, 1 p. m.
Christian Church. .
K. S. Muck ley. pastor. Kes.. 550
Deretnnla. Telephone Blue 1001.
Preaching at 11 a. m., o'n "The Use
and Abuse of Doubt;" and at 7:30 p.
at. on "Materialism vs. Spirituality."
Bible school begins at 9:45 a. m.
sharp. Young People's meeting at
G:M p. in. Mhl-weok prayer meeting
7:W p. in. Wednesday. Strangers
and non-members are cordially invit
ed by the members of the church to
attead all thfe services.
Central Union Church.
IWevsn a. m. Rev. D. Scuddor will
arsaefc. subject: "The Unspeakable
Gift-" 7:3. Rev. Wm. Morris Kin
caW will preach, ?ubjoct: "Lost
Savod." 6-M. Christian Endeavor
meeting, subject: "Hnrd Work and
the Good of It." Toaohors. Miss Ada
"Whitney and Miss Mary Burdlck.
Methodist Episcopal Church.
Corner of Beretania and Miller
(treats. G. I Pearson, pastor. Ser-
vfcee tomorrow as follows: 10 a. rn., '
SaiMlay school: 11 a. m.. public wor
ship ami sermon, subject, "Coudi-,
tkw of Success in Spiritual Work."
I:M p. n Epworth Loague dovotion
al service; subject. "A Great Awaken
ing;" 7:to. public worship and sor
ana; swbjcct. "God's Call and Prom-
1m to the Spiritually Dead." A wel-'
ootae always to all.
Y. M. C. A.
On Sunday afternoon at -I o'clock.
Row Mr. Doraus will dollvor an ad
arose or Japan and China, at the V.
M. G. A. hall. All men aro invited
l C. B. U.
Ay-iaMIIng of tha Catholic Bonevo-
inion will be held at the Cath-
GlBb rooms on Monday evening
M?bung Men's. Instl
ngHarmony hall on
v m tne
r Sundav, j "
prayer and sermon. 7:i. Rapid tran
sit ears pass the door. ,
St. Augustln's Chapel.
Rev. Father Valentin. Sacrament
of tie aass. : a. m.
At the Palama Chapel the Rar. J.
P. Erdaaa will conduct a gospel
service at 7:30 p m. Snadar school
at S:M a. is.
Serration Ansr. King street. Cap-
tatas Bargees asd Sitllivaa la charge.
, Earlv waver meeting. 9:30: wharf
ateetfag (old Fish Market). 19; holi-
oak mftJnsr. 11: iail meetinsr. 12:30:
Sttadav 'school, !J; Bible class.
J3:3; street meeting, 7:30; evening
meeting, S; public meetings every ev
eaing in the week except Friday.
German Lutheran Church, Bereta
nia street. Rev. W. Felmy, pastor,
residence 1032 King street. 10 a. m.,
Sunday school; 11 a. m., service;
Wednesday evening 7:30, prayer
Rev. H H. Parker, pastor; Rev. V.
D. Westervelt In charge of the even
ing services. Sunday school, 10;
morning service. 11; evening service,
7:30; Christian Endeavor, 6:30; pray
er meeting. Wednesday, 7:30.
Rev. Edward W Thwing, acting
pastor. Sunday school, 9:30; preach
ing service, 11; Sunday school In Eng
lish, 2:30. 'evening service. 7:30;
Wednesday, prayer meeting, 7:30.
T. Okumura, pastor. Services
at the old
Lyceum at 11 and 7:30
Japanese M. E. Church.
Rev. G. Wotokawa, pastor,, Sunday
school, 10; morning service, 11; even
Inc service. 7:45: class meetinc. S:30:
William M. Waddaups, in
-"!. ouuuuj bcnuui ui. iu a. ra. ;
, , , '
ieuiur service, preaenmg, at lizav
a. m.: Younir Ppnnlp's llf!l.l Im.
proveniont Association, at 7 p.m.;
primary meeting for children, Friday,
at 3 p. m.; Relief Society meeting at
10 a, m., on Saturday. Free to all;
no contributions: hall.
Latter Day Saints.
Reorganized Church of Jesus Christ,
G. J. Waller, pastor; services in Mili
lanl Hall. Sunday school, 10; preach
ing in Hawaiian. 11; Book of Mormon
class, 5:30; Church history class,
G:30; preaching in English, 7:30.
Seventh Day Adventists.
Rev. Howe, pastor; meeting place,
chapel in Printers' lane. Saturday,
Sabbath school. 10 a. m.; preaching,
at 11 o'clock. Wednesday, prayer and
missionary meeting at 7:30.
Regular meeting first Sabbath after
noon of each month at 3 o'clock in
Young Men's Christian Association
parlors. A cordial Invitation Is ex-
: tended to all.
Concert tonight at Queon Emma
hall. Prayer meeting and sacred
concert at S p. m. tomorrow. Con
cert and reading room free to every
body. Portuguese Protestant Church.
Rev. A. V. Soares, pastor. Sunday
servlces. 11 and 7:30; Sunday school,
2:36; Wednesday, prayer meeting,
HAWAIIAN TROUPE RETURNING.
Boya Will Play at Many Cities En
A letter to W. J. Coelho of this
city states that the Hawaiian boys,
who have been giving concerts In Xew
York City, tiave done verv well, and
that they are now on their way home.
En route thoy will play at Syracuse.
Rochester. Youngstown, Pittsburg.
Tolodo, Detroit. Cincinnati. Indianap
oils, Chicago. St. Louis. Kansas City,
Omaha, Los Angeles and San Fran
cisco. They expect to arrive in Honolulu
during the later part of April or tht
beginning of May.
Tn Move Quartermaster's Corral.
There is some talk in local naval
circles of removing the stock corral v
' iiu ii uiwtui (uvauuu m imici uiaf a
trlct to the new reservation recently
secured at Pearl Harbor. It is claim-
nat tne owners of the property de-
sire ine lana ior omer purposes.
Hiss 3Iarr Mildred Lee. a daughter
of Gen. Robert E. Lee, visited the
State Snate av Richmond, Vau. on
the ISth, and was Introdaced, the'
Seaau taking a recess of five minutes
in order that the members might per
soaally be presented.
Prince Laboairski, one of the Ra- j
sians most popelar in Paris, isj
aboat to ride, as the resalt of a weger
from Spa to Nice on one horse, and !
bring the animal
to the Riviera in
perfect condition. This is a difficult
task at this season, on aeeoent of the
snow on the mountains of the Vosges,
Jura and the Alps.
The oldest physician la England
has just died at Monkeaton. North
umberland, in the person of Dr. Joan
Warren Edgar. He was born In Sep -
tember. 1S03, and had, therefore. liv -
ed to the remarkable age of 9S years,
. , , .
most of which were spent m practice
in KIrby Stephen, Westmoreland. He
took his degree in 1S2S and continued
in practice until a few years ago. (
Prof. Mommsen. the great histori
an. was Si years old on November'
30th. It Is more than fifty years since j
he was appointed professor of juris-;
prudence at Liepzig, and at the Uni-
versitles of Zurich and Breslau
held professorial chairs until 1S5S, j
when he went to Berlin as professor
of ancient history. He was at one
time a member of the Chamber of
Deputies of Prussia.
The fact that Sir Walter Besant
died with less than $30,000 to his
credit has called attention to the for
tunes other British writers left. Ex
cept Sir Walter Scott no novelist has
ever made such sums as would be
regarded by men in the money mar
ket as wealth. Scott's income aver
aged for years J50.000 a year, Dick
ens left $400,000, Thackeray less, Bul
er Ltton, with a very keen eye for
the main chance and a considerable
but encumbered estate. $400,000.
The last surviving veteran of the
war of 1S12 is Hiram Cronk of North
western. Oneida county. New York
He Is 101 years old. His aunt mar
ried Abram Depew, grandfather of
Senator Chauncey Depew.
President Morton of the
Institute of Technology of Hoboken
announces that Andrew Carnegie,
who gave the fund with which the
Carnegie laboratory of engineering
building was erected, will probably
make an endowment of $500,000 or
$SOO.00O for the maintenance of that
Institution when It is formally dedi
cated, February fith.
Mrs. J. H. Fall, a stepdaughter of
President James K. Polk, has sold
her stepfather's private papers to the
Chicago Historical society. TJie col
lection includes his diaries in his own
handwriting, covering a period of
twenty-one of the most important
years in American history.
"What Thcr Deffrred.
Jan Kubelik, the ycung violinist, jj0t very long since an exceedingly
ho Is creating such a furore in well dressed man about 35 was charg
Jhis country by his qlaying, brought! td in a north London court with being
with him four violins, three made' drunk. He promptly paid his 10 shll
bv the most celebrated makers of ' lings' fine and went away. A fortnight
the world, and one made by his fa ' later a stylishly dressed woman was
ther, when he was a boy, because charged with a similar offense. As
he could not afford
to purchase him
M. Jean de Reszke has been talk
ing to a Paris journalist concerning
Wagnerian opera, and more especial
ly. of course, about his forthcoming
personation of the younger Siegfried
in French. At one time the great
tenor wculd have Wagnerian opera
sung in no other tongue than German.
but he has apparently altered his
Gen. Shattuc of Ohio, chairman of
the Committee on Immigration and
Labor of the House of Representa
tives, has long been proud of his
taste in fancy waistcoats, solitaire
diamonds and flaring cravats, all of
which adorn his expansive front
Pain-KHIer, the old .'nd well-known
remedy has acquired a world-wide re-
nown for the cure of sudden colds,
coughs, etc.. weak stomach, indlges-
tion, cramp or pain in the stomach,
bowel complaint, diarrhoea, and dys-
eatery. It has lost none of its good
name by repeated trials, bat con-
, p-oat vosltioa
,n everr famiImed!cine chest. Avoid
sabstitates. there is bat one Pain-
Killer, Perrv Davis'. Price 25c and '
A Long Way Back.
From the Philadelphia Press.
Cousin May I tboeght yoa were
engaged to Miss Yeliowieaf.
Jack Not much! I couldn't love
, a woman with a past like hers.
' Cousin May Why, wfoat do
I -Q aooui ne P1-
j Jack Nothing, except that It be-
f gaa iQO SOon to suit me.
i A Boston Husband. . j
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From the Boston Transcript. 1
Hetty Oh. Bertha, you must show
me that bonnet ycur husband said he
was going to buy for you. The last
time I was here, you know he said
" was a dream-
Bertha And it is still a dream.
What' in a Name
i From the Chicago Record Herald.
A Wisconsin man named Creeper
has named his first born daughter
Alice Virginia. When the boys ga
to referring to her as A. Virginia
Creeper the poor girl's father ma
come to a better understanding of the
eternal fitness of things.
lie Remembered '1 Rem.
"By the way," said the man who had
stopped at a farmhouse to water his
horse, "13 years ago a poor boy came
this way, and y&u took him In."
"Yes?" queried the farmer, somewhat
"Yon were kind to him," went on the
stranger; "you fed him. gave him
words of encouragement and an old
suit of clothes, put a dollar In his pock
et and sent him on his way rejoicing.
He told you at the time that he never
would forget your kindness. Am I
1 "I reckon you are," replied the farm
er. "tJp snM
flint- 1 Via r t on a aA ft t
, would see that you never had occasion
-v umju tuuv ii uc u&uouc&cu ur
to regret your kindness to a poor.strag
"Land's sakes!" exclaimed the farm
er's wife excitedly. "It sounds almost
like a fairy tale, don't It? Why. yon
must have seen him."
"I have." said the stranger, "and he
sent a message to you."
"What Is It?' they both asked ex
pectantly. "He told me to tell you that he fs
As the stranger drove away the
farmer went out and kicked the pump
viciously, while his wife threw a roll
ing pln at the chickens. New York
she gave the same name and addreES I
concluded they were husband and wife.
Bo I called on them, and my visit was
repeated several times. They had a
very nice borne, kept two servants and
had four children. I noticed a bonny
lad of S, as I saw him several timet.
Some months later I got a letter as fol
lows: , Der Or. Holm Too know tnj Jiek. Um
jetr-oll I 1a tonj to uy that he ha got
Into bid wtji etcalt .ococjr (rem ci. itopi oot
tett nj Li rriy dlsobedltat. Can 70c rt kia
fcrto aj minis; boat or institution ot tnj
I tlsd. t'wtc bis rrll propensities will b ccrsdf
CjU7 obllst ci la this.
T 1J . .! .1 . ..! .
w uri B. -
onr bltl tnoTr ci out one cere for Jtck's
ril prcpesxitirs. and tbit is a. thorough ipplloa
tlca ee? ttt horsewhip to both parents.
30 in. Guae 14 lbs. Rails
FORJALE IN QUANTITIES
A Reliable Remedy fcr Bcwel Trou-'
Rs- j. Yicguac, tQr ot tte
Bedford St. M. E. Church. Camber-'
land, InL, U. S. A, says: "It af-
fords me great pteasare to recom-
mend Chamberlains Ccilc. Cholera'
a2d Diarrhoea Remedy. I have esed
it and know others who have never!
taMwn k to faiL" For eaJe b? a11'
dealers and drnggfets. Benson. Smith
& Co, agents for HawaiL
IMPORTER AHO DEALER IX
J A PA X EiSE PR V i -1( LN S
and General M rchandisej
JAPANESE LIQUOR, direct from
Sole Agents for RYOKO MASAMUNZ.
Phone Main S2
Just arrived and placed on sale
a swell line of
LADIES AND GENTLEMEN'S 1
PORTE FOLIOS, N
CIGAR CASES. ETC.
The variety of leather Is of the
latest and are beautifully mounted
with art noveau silver.
Come early and have Vac entire
new stock to select from.
Hawaiian Hews Co.,
On the way to the Post Office.
A Straw Hat
Is the most kumfortable and
koolest kind of Head Gear for .1
klimate like ours.
Get any style, shape or luality
made to order to suit your build
Straw Hat Manufacturer.
Nuuanu St. Opp. Sayegusa's
Tramways Time Table.
leave WalkikI for Town
o.4o, 0.10. 0.40 a. m
till 10:45. 11:15
and 11:45 p. m. from Waikiki go tc i
the Punahou Stables.
Cars leave Rifle Range or Pawaa
switch for Town at 5:5S a. m. and
every 15 minutes thereafter till 11:0S '
Cars leave Fort and King street?
corner for Palama at 6:10 a. m. and
every 15 minutes aftr till 11-25 p m '
Cars leave for Palama only at 5
and 5:30 a. m.
i Cars leave Pa'ama f r Waikiki at
5:45 a. m and ever'- 15 minutea til'
8, 9:45 p. m.. thPn at 10:15 and 10:45
p. m. The II 15 p m from Palatn?
O for Punahou onK- go- to Waikiki on
0 Cars leave Fort and King street?
O corner for Rifle Ranee at 5:20 and
v 5:50 a. m
9 1 Cars leave Fort and King streets
corner for Waikiki at 6:05 a. m and
Y, every 15 minutes tll 1005 p. m. then
O at 10:35 and 11:05 p m The 1135 (
0, p. ra. goes to Waik'kf on Saturdays i
BERETANIA STREET AND NUU I
. rt .u.l umuu'-u dUUiC icr lUU I
at 5:30 and for Town and VkIUv nt
a:40 a:50. Srln fi-?f K-JO 7 or.,1 T-n
9 Cars 'save Oabu College for ToTn
,xana cue at -.! and TiiO a.
m, ana everr 10 minutes till 10:10 1
p. m.. except th ven Ijob- and half ,
hour car whl'b "" from the Stafcla !
Cars lav vmw VaMey at R-10 !
6:30. 6:K0 am - ' -vat fo minuter f
th'reafter till 10:50 p. c j
Car? ipave Pot i tjueen streets i
'':43 a a. aH -
at C:05. 6:25.1
n minutes after J
r that the rir .
U1I 9:45 p f
nin to the "
tn ti:05 p m
r from To"i.
t 11:30 p m
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"Wall,. Tioixols Co., JUtd,
Agents for Territory of Hawaii.
Theo. H. Davies & Co.
Canadian-Australian Steamship Line
Lloyds, British & Foreign Marine Insurance Co.
Northern Assurance Co. (Fire and Life).
Canadian Pacific Railway Co.
Pioneer Line of Packets from Liyeefoou
A Roof Over
Is a Necessity
Use the best Hoofing on Earth
READY ROCK ASPHALT ROOFING-
and keep out the rain.
314-- Fort Strcot. Love linllcllny;.
629 King St. WRIGHT BLDG.
A Full Line of i
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.
Linimeni. Etc.. Etc.
SATISFACTION GUARANTEED ON
ALL WORK UNDERTAKEN.
PHONB BLUB 2651.
604 Queen Street, cor. South.
Headqaarters for Honolulu Primo
Beer, in bottles and on draught Al-
. . .
We can give vou the
best glass of Beer In town.
THE ALOHA SALOON
DOUTX BY THE 1ROX ITORKS
For a Good, Tasty Schooner
IdEMME BROS. Prsnrietsrs.'
Simplicity, durablUtJ-. speed and
manifolding power are conceded
to b the four great essential In
a typewriting machine. We pre
sent to the public THE OLIVER
as the latest aad most stri&ius
embodiment of these features, and
the most radical departnre from
other methods ot construction.
Examine this up-to-date ma
chine before deciding upon x par
chase of an inferior make.
HART & GO., Ltd.
Elite Ice Cream Parlors.
Finest resort in the city.
SODA WATER AND ICE CREAM
Made from Pure Fruit Syrups.
E CHOCOLATES AND BON BON3,
I FRESH KIT HIKL
Supplied dally with fresh killed meats
A LARGE GROCERY DEPARTMENT
FRUITS, ETC., ETC.
Orders delivered to any part of the
C a. YEE HOP & CO.
Corner Beretania and Alakea.
Pnovc Rlct 25'
Honolulu Iron Works Go
BOILERS. SUGAR MILLS COOL
ERS, BRASS and LEAD CASTLNGS,
and Machinery of every description
made to order. Particular attention
paid to ship'B blacksmithing. Job
work executed on shortest notice.
Beaver . Lunch . Rooms.
H. J. NOLTE, : : : : Prepr.
Jast received a new lot ot celebrated
Kew York Capaduras, Washington,
AHiton, Union de Ca6t
Grand Republic, Etc .'