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Saturday Press Supplement, July 22nd, '82,
Wr.n.NijiiiY,Juty lUlli, IHS:.
oiuiKii or i mi hayT"
Tlm eonshlerntloii of Hm Aiijifftprl.itiitti JJill on
Its Hi-omul reading, j s r'j
Kiilu.i moved to Insert .fin).)'.) foclmprovlmf tho
I'nll ro.itlfroni Lilmiiin to Wnlluku. Olrrlod. "(
Niiw.ihl moved to Insert jEfluU u) for rt 'railroad'
from llllii in limuukiit, -
Mr. (llhsou mid iio was highly pUiM-cd' nL lb
smrlt of unlurpriso shown liy tliu liou.miipihur for'
llilo. II was not often Hint ho brought frira.ihl
any measures; his general oiMirso was toobjijr- to
everything, ilu liul accused tliu .Ministry of
bringing in ii baby yiislord ly, Imt now lit) filtrnr
diiuvd n young elephant. Tho subject of railrouli
wan iiiiu In which tliu Oovurimnsnt hnil jjlven ii
grmt ileal or oouslderilloii, mid hu was glad to
havo tlm assurance of tliu iiiemher for Hilo'ii
assistance. As tho nmouuts required oiniiot ha
got from tlm revenue of ihu country, it must Iw
borro.vud, thereto it woulil lu butter tu iliift-r tliu
consideration of this ilum until tliu lo.m hill in
hoforc tliu Hoiiso.
Tho Item was rejected hy u largo majority.
I'hu total niiiuiiiit for roula, iJJi!J,lOJ, pisssed
ifliir Htriklu out tho words 'To lu provided for
Air. IIUIiop remarked that tho cuutlfinun, In
Noting thoso largo iiiuoiitilH, hail overlooked tliu
:iitioiiiitiof unit tax unexpended, noil tlm esti
mated iiioomo from roul tux. They Houmnd to
vio with inch other In seeing how much tlmy could
spend. Hu w.w of opinion that tliu Committee
ought to havo agreed for tliu object of rouls.
I hem wuru no now mads nrovl lml fur ..r,.,...t ......
from Liluini to Wallnlui. Ilu had vuti.il .u.iImi
everything that huoinsiduredoxo..'sdvo. It seemed I
III lllOl III Oil USUICSS to BJHMK but Iio did object to
spending tho lovuuuo of the country for other
useless thiiiKi, mid Hum ho compelled tu borrow
for riudsiiud bridges. 'I'lioy appeared 1 1 bo noting
lilcn a young man wlio Ind jiut coiuu in for a for
tune, mid wlio was trying hu beat to spend it and
Hum going to b irrow.
Air. Gibson pointed out on buhilf of tho .Minis
try Hint ho far us spending money w.w concerned,
thoy had not ut not any to spend. Ho roforrud to
their predecessors who spout iJlu)0J0 for immi
gration nlono without any iitiHiorizitiou. When
this .Ministry (jot tliu money tlioy purpose tospoud
it wisely for tho honor of tho Kingdom and lib
Tho next itnni takiui lip w.ih "Artesian Wells."
Tho Select Gommitloo to whom It had been ro
furrud, recommended iJlli.O'X) for thh purpose.
-Mr. J. Molt Smith moved that it piss at ijU.i.Oi)
as in tho Hill, ilu K.iid it was not to ho HupKsed
llt.it tho Government worn going tositisiy every
iiim'm desiru for n well. It was ipiito enough to
placo n sum of nionuy in tho hnuds of tho Lx
fioutivo to oxeriuioiit ultli in various districts.
Lot thosu KoiiHoniou who want wolls.diK for thein.
frank Hrown slid th it M.ikin.i, in tho WuI.in.io
district, is (JovonimiMit land and therefore it was
only riylit th it tho Uuveriiiuuiit should put n well
there. Tlioro wero about sovonty-liio puoplo re
HiduiK there, and there is no drinking water, if
tho Uovernmunt provide a well, tho people aro
willing to piv for the w.itor. It scarcely ever
rains there. The uouutry in that neighborhood is
a dry arid waste for want of wator, Tho Govern
ment would receive the benefit for a sm ill outlay.
Tho ilom passed us recommended by the Com
mittee. Aholo moved to Insert $2,000 for the benefit of
tho M.ikuwao Fuiu'ilo Seminary, l'lmsed, on con
dition that tho moiioy is not tuliuexjiuiided unless
tho Uoird of Kduoitiou isHitistlud that tho money
Is aotu illy reipiirod for tho institution.
Air. Gibson moved tliu piss.ijio of ."iOO.OOO for
the oncourajjoment of iinuiiuration for rc-popul.i-Hon.
He ured the Assembly to vote for this
Hem, us its object was to strengthen tho found i
tion of the iiulepuuileuco of tho country.
Aholo iiiiton-Uuil tliu luoro.iRu of the Hawaii in
paoplo hy au iiiiprovument in the civilization of
the race. In his opinion, tho nativu race would bo
lost Hio,ht of by tho iiitlueiico of 8tr.iujera; he
thoruforo would vote for tho iudollnito postione
maut of tho itum.
Tho .Minister of tliu Interior slid ho had no fear
of loss of r.ioe. Ho roferied to the development
of tho Hritish Isles by the admixture of nation
alities. Ho pointed out tho several members of
this llousu who are of mixed blood, nnd ho would
ask if they aro inferior Hawaii ins. If people aro
hronht hero from J.ipin, .Malaysia or other
countries, and mliiRlu with us, would our identity
as Hawaii ius bo lost? Not so ;on tho contrary it
would be presurvod.
Alossri.K.iuu.uu moand Kalua opposud tliu item,
the latter luoviuu as mi ameuduieut that it be re
duced tu StUO.OOO.
Dr. J. Alutt timitlisiid tint unconsidered im
migration and ro-popuUtion us two dilferent
thluas. No one o in deny that tlioro is n want of
population to cover these lands. Tho wnut has
been ho manifest for the past ten yi'ar.s that etch
oouseoatlve Asembly has never huiitated to pus
nil item for immhjralion. Ho would much rather
that the Government should be suppliud witti
funds, to that thoy could control this matter as
hithurto, iuituad of it (alii. 114 into tho hands of
private pirties. Ho did not knuw of any place on
the faue of the uarth where they orow ll iwaitans
otuept on Hieso Ul uids, hut that does not alter tliu
fact that this people c m bo increased. Look at
tho United .States! pjoplo omirate ttiuru from nil
puts of tliu world, aud ntiur ft short residence
thoy co loo to be foreigners and beeouio Anionc ins.
I'eoplo who 001110 here, will in tliu s line way be
come ideutiiled witli tliu country, A country with
out papulation is no uouutry nt .ill, mid is hound
to fall out of tliu list of nations.
Kiulukuusaul tb.it hu was partly ijpuiiili, ami
yet ho prided uiiuaulf upon beiu(ii true Hawaiian,
mid lie trusted that the means would bo provided
for ihu iutioductiuu of a uuw people.
llishupsiid that mm was 11 wuilth proiluoiug
aiiiiii il, He was i'i favor of people buiii) bruiuibt
hero wiu would work, mid not pjoplo who would
Hit down mid do nothing Tliu ptauteta uro look
liiK to their own ix-cumary iuierests nnd would
brum men unly. That would not tie for thoyood
of tho country. Ilu was lu favur of keeping this
matter within tho control of tliu Government, be
ciubo thoy would insist upon women coining witli
tho men. They would seo thu work cirrted out
propoily nnd protiot Ihu people utter their arrival,
f ho hut census bhos tint the dcore.iso of tho
Hawaii ins is leis thin formerly, Let us briiu
men to work oven if wo havo to borrow, Tliii is
tho only object for which ho would voto to run in
debt for ut tho present Huio. Wh.it is thu uj of
railways without plantations, nnd what use are
plantations without laborers? At present only
one-fourth of thu laborers iiru Hawaiian. Woulil
thoy blot out these plantations? If thuy meant to
keep in existence they must iissbt in bringim peo
Aholo slid that If tho item was for laborers
only, hu would areo In It. Hu objected (11 mlxhi
up thu two tilings Injj thur. Ho woild Him to us!i
tlm inoinlinr for Koolaupiko If his father was
brought hero or If hu uiiuu himself.
I'aluhaii Hiid lie would nuppirt tho item If it
wis for thu pnriiosii of brliiKiu hIiikIo woiiiuii to
llii'riiasu tho populiitlon.
UlcKliom Mid thu introduction of iiipiilatiou
was an all imuorlant ntm whh nu. 11 w.ia flu.
ftnly li-Kltliiinlt object for which thuy tdiould hor-
'TOW i llllll II V. 'I'llll Ullint.l IMltltllllii(luiu.l.lurll....
iOifOrtoiitli of 11 first r.ito city. Them am mom
pnonio iiurii 111 ii'iiiiinn in liireii months than the
whole noiitilatliiii of IfutvnU. Ifn un,i ,.,i w..n.l ..
tlil(ianieit because thuy don't briiu; their women
Willi ilium. Tlniy hivon ureal mtuy vices. On 11
'repent visit to Kaitii ho found thuy were koHIK
n mo jiniiix Kins miiy coiuu anil tins muiti lliu
natives fuel vury liltter. Iio looked upon thu I'or
tnuiiimo as 11 kooiI race btiuusu tliey 111 irry liil
wiiiiui'i. Hu would llko Japiueso to lie brought
hiiroas Iio beliuved thuy would mix well with tho
Hawaii ins. Ho was not noin to Hi row any ro
lloctloii 011 pistndmiuistr.ltious with reird to tlm
introduction of Mouth .Sol Islanders. It Mindonu
us mi experiment, and hu wnn Hitlsflcd It was mi
nltiir failuro as I ihnrers; mid also for popul itlon,
bfciuso tliey woro weak mid Hiukly. Thoy wero no
credit to thu Kliu or nny oils olsc. Thoy would
uuwr bu nhlu tu build up thu country with tliem.
Hu referred lo thu Uuitud Statu I roivhi from 11
handful of lxjoplo from Ureal Dritiin to Iio tho
(ro.itest n itum on thu nirth, Onu hundred mid
sixty acres was ivcn to uacli cinirani as .ui in
ducemoiit. lleru wo cannot ujvu thu land hecanso
wo h ivu not got it. Tho Great I'owurs nru just
waiting to seo if wo intend to build up nurcouutry
or not. livery country is urowinu, whereas Ha
waii lu dwindled from half a million to 0,(VK)
inhabitant"!. He would like to preserve thu Ha
waiian iwop'.o, at tlto Bimo time wo must briiit;
frnsh ieopfe in order to do no. Ho would thuru
foro votu (or tho tTM,t)ti and wished the Govern
ment hid asked for double lint amount.
Ithoiles mid that if thuru was any excuio for
biirtoiiii minify, this v.w I Iio lej-al one. H-j
much h id been s ml on tho subject that nut much
was left for him t s ly. Wh ituver h is been Mid
is Hid truth. Pupil! ititm is required, liverybody
knows what ho h id mid iiliuut (Jhliieso hi former
Hussions, so it was hardly neoessiry for him to siy
any more now. Thu only re ison ho found fault
wiih tho ('hiiiesj was because Ihoy do not hriiiK
their women with them. They consequently do
Rtro tho women of these islands. Tliu Govern
mont ask for -foiw.OoO to conttol tho introduction
of people. If the Assembly don't ivo them this
moiioy, thcro is 11 privato Couipiny, tho I'lanters'
Ij.ibor and Supply Company, who will brinj; labor
ers no in liter from where. Libor thoy must havo
wnereverlt comes from. They will brine, in single
men and tho population will decrease; tho evil
will go on until the wholo people nro destroyed.
Thoy must seek for tho nooit of tho country mid
thomselvos oolltutively. All foreigners who have
settled hero and taken tho oath of .ilb-ginics nro
just as much Hawaiian as though they weie unlive
born, nnd they must linvo tho p.oud of thu country
ut heart, as thuy havuiill their means itivested here,
l'lie motto of the United States when hinall wati
"United wo stand, divided wo fall." It is n thou
sand times more so witli this small population.
Thoreforo they should nil hmi together. What is
Kood for tho 11 ituralized foreigner, is Kood for tho
natie Hawaiian and nVr remi.
Air. Gibson said that the Into ndmliiistrntion
had arranged for n credit of $100,(XjO. It is true
that soiuu of it will come back aain, but whou ail
is oxiwuded by tho emigration ayeiits, hu believed
thu whole .$100,000 would bu absorbed. It was
Just BufHaiont to meet tho obliKatioiiB to which tliu
Government is pledged. Hu thouyht that thu
native members would understand that the oulv
object of tho Government is to strengthen the in
depo ideuce of thu country. Ho referred to thu
United Htalos, where there is probably n larger
Indian population than when white moil llrst set
foot there. It was truu they had left the Coast;
but there had bteti a largo increase in tliu Interior.
Tho Indians in thu Hritish Dominions organize
themselves mid linvo their onu pirli.iiuents; but it
is not so in tliu United States. In .Mexico there
is n imputation of U.OOO.OOO of which 7,000,000 nro
pure Iinli ins. Ho had seen n pure Indian sittiiiu
as President of the ltepublicuf .Moxico. General
lt-Jiuero, mi Indian, represented tho Kepublio nt
thu city of Washington, therefore tho increase is
due tocivilizitiun. Cortex estimated the popula
tion at 0,000,000 of people. This country needed
imputation mid tliu Government hoped to benefit
by pist experience, nnd introduce Bomuthhu; that
would add to thu welfare and benefit of tho
Aholo withdrew his motion to indefinitely post-
ponu me p iss.ige oi 1110 0111.
tue nyes una nous wero taken on p,ass.iHo of tho
bill with tho following result: His Kx. W. AI.
Gibson, 8. K. Kaiii.J, E. Hush, U. l'roston, Hon.
fV It ItUlmiv .III,. I) llnn.li.ijl , !, ..I... ... I
8. G. Wilder, 1 Iseuber!,', G. ilhodes,
j. nioii nuiiiu, u. 11. ouiiu, I'. 1. liiinni, rJ. K.
Lilik.il.int, II, W. Ij.1hil.1hi, IM'ahia, J. Kaluhi.J.
L. Iviiulukun, L. Aholo, J. W. Kalua, J, Gardner,
l. llaunii. J. Kauhauo. D. II. Nahiuu. S. Aiunlit.
J. K. Kaiiuaiimuo, W. II. itice, J, Kauai, G. II
lMlolmu, . -NakileUa, total Ul; -Noes. J. Kane, J.
K0.111, Frank Drown, S. K. Alalioo. G. H. ltichard
fon, J, Nakookoo, J, Kmunl.ele, J. Nawahi. G. W.
I'ilipj, A. Knukau, toUil 10. Total voted cist il.
Tiiuiwuxv, July a), IS2.
Jir. Ilihliop read for tho flrft timo nu Act to
amend thu Sosslon Liws of 18S0, relatiur- to co
pirtuerships. .Mr. I'alohau raid for tho first timo nn Act to
muond Sec. 1 of Chaptor 7!i of Hie I'onal Code, in
creasiur tho ch iruo for grautius marriage licenses
from Z't cents to 1.
Air. AI 1I100 moled Hint tho Chaplain ho exempt
ed from further duty this seasiuu on account of
enfuehleues.s, mid that tho duties bo performed by
soma member of the Asuumbly,
Air. Atiolo slid the Uh.1pl.1i11 was no more en
feebled now th in ho was nt the oponiuj; of tho
hesaion. Ho would, therefore, propoou that iinother
Chaplain bo elected.
Air. Kauuamauo objected to the election of .1
now Chaplain, us it would cost tf-W. Ho pointed
out Hilt there wero eever.ll ipi ilitiod Rontlumen in
tho House to otror up 11 prayer ill (ho oiwniu of
each day's labor.
After n leiiKlhy deb ito, 11 motion io indefinitely
postpone wus put nnd carried by 11 largo m ijority,
ouDkii or thu nar.
Consideration of 1111 Act to restrict tho erection
mid lepilriiiKof huilJiuus, other th.111 tho.su built
of ilro-proof materials, within certain limits in
tho city of Honolulu, on its second re.iJ!n Thu
llouvi risolved itsslf iiitoCouimitleeof tho Wholu,
Air. Cleuhoni in the Chair.
Tho Ut mid Sd St'utlons of this bill Uaviu pass
cd, thu business comiuenced on tho 'M rjeeiion.
1 his Section iiroWileH that It shall not l,f, lawful to
rvpilrthu wnlluorrooM of wooden ImlltliiiKS with
out the approval of tlm HujHjriiitouilaut of Public
Mr. Illnhop, tlm Introducer of tho bill, said that
111 n groat deal of objection had been shown to this
chimin, ho moved that it bo Htruuk out. (Juried.
Tho lib Sec. provides Hint nny person who shall
vlulatu tho provisions of this Act nIiiiII lo do-mc)
Ktillty of thooffeiico of n common imliiiiico, and
111 ly 1 pioeeideil iiffitlimt iicciiilinuly.
Air. P.ilohau objected to this Sec, 1111 it would Iu
unjust to wimuiit a person of a coniiiiou nuisance
for ercctliiK n wooden building oil his own prop
erty. Air. Knulukou HiipiKirtvd the views of tho former
Air. Ilishop Hild tho Attorney Ociicr.il sitd hn
considered this law perfectly Constitutional. Tho
very Sections which tlm Hon. member from Iliina
lel hid quoted, wero Identic ll with the Constitu
tions of tho St lie of .Muss ichmettH. He considered
tint when tho gentlemen of tho Assembly looked
nt it oMlmly, they would agree tint it was it good
law. If pissed, imlnily iihould bo allowed hi break
It. If nny 0110 will nuggust another penalty that
will niiawor tlm purpose, ho would ngreo to 'it. If
this liw pisses, thosu that nro now opposed to it
will see their errors in n very short time. If 11 man
wishes to build 11 fire-proof building he c 111 gut the
money o inier mid cheaper than ho can for a wood
en building, because tho uerurity is butler. Tho
iiisuraneo costs him lesi, nnd ho cm got inoro rent
for Ids premises. .Mr. Campbell told him tint he
would put up a brick building where Iticlinrdsoii's
store umv t nils, but ho wns deterred from mi do
ing by tint long row of wooden buildings on tho
opposite comer. Ho iitnlii cilled Ilia attention of
thu Assembly to the Sailors' Homo nnd Its proxim
ity to tliu PoBt-olHce. Oftentimes there Is property
of grent value in thu 1'ost-ufllcn, nnd it ought to bo
Dr. .1. Alott Smith pointed out Hint this mnnll
strip of land wns owned by the very xjoplo who
had jietitiotied thu linuwi to pass this hw, nnd thu
people whuopiiosf it nro jieopli! who live in districts
very distant. There aro not a) nativu owners in this
small lot. Ho would guarantee Hint thu wooden
housos on tii.it lot would not be pulled down for
Ihu next 10 years. There amidmost half a million
dollars worth of houseH on thu lot, mid n hro to
start In N'uuanu street would sweep tho wholo lot
Air. L-ihilahi spoko in favor of tho Indefinite
Air. S. K. Knai said that on n former occision ho
had sjHikeu against tho bill, but now- he was in
favor of it.
Tho following voto was tikciion the indefinite
postiKinemeut of thu subject under discussion:
Ayes, J. AI. Kni.etut, .1. Ke.iu, II. W. Lahilahi, S.
K. Mnlioe, J. Knluhi, J. L. Knulukou, J. W. Knlun,
J. Nakookoo, J. Kamakele, J. Gardner, J. Nawahi.
P. llauim. J. 11. Knuwila, G. U'. Pilipo, S. Aiwolii,
J. K. Kuuiium.1110, J. Kauiil, G. ii. P.ilohau, A.
Kaukau, 1U; Noes. W. AI. Gibson, S. K. Kiwi, J. L
Hush, J. O. Doininis, J. P. Parker. S. G. Wilder,
P.Iscnherg, G.lthodcs, J. Alott Smith, C. ILJudd,
II. A. Widuumnu, P.P. Kanoa, E.K.Lihknlani, P.
Pallia, L. Aholo, O. ii. Itichnrdsoii, J. Kauhnne,
U. II. Nnhlnu, W. II. Itice, IM.
Tho Committee took 11 rtcess nt l-JuTO p. 111.
On reassembling nt '2 p. in., in iho nbseuco of
Air. Clvghorn, tho Chairman iipjxiinted Air. J. AI.
Kapeua Chairman of thu Committee.
Air. Aholo moved that tho Fourth Section pass.
Passed by 11 vote of 17 to IK.
The Schedule was amended ns follows, nnd
passed: "All thoso units of thu City of Honolulu
bounded by the water front nnd by 11 lino running
from tho said water front eighty feet from the
building line on tho Ewn sidu of Nuuanu street to
n i)int eighty feet mmika of King street, thence
running eighty feet maukanf King street ton lxiiut
eighty feet distant from tho Wnikiki side of Fort
stieet, nn-l thenco running ilghty lett from the
Wnikiki sidu of Port street to Hie water front.
"Andnlho, all thoso parts of tho City of Honolulu
comprising tho lands now reclaimed, orwhich mny
hereafter bo reel limed, from tho land of Wnika
halulu lniikai of Queen streeet."
Tho Committee rose and recommended the pas
sago of tho Kill, lleporl adopted. Hill ordered to
bo engrossed and read n third timo on Satnrdny
Third ronding of nn Act authorizing tho Commis
sioners of Crown Lands to convey lertaiu portions
of said land to Clans Spreckels.
Air. Preston moled that tho Hill pass.
Air. Nawahi moved that it ho indefinitely post
poned. Tho nyes nnd noes on tho indefinite postpono
incut were takeli with ihu following result: v&,
i. Kean, J. Kamakele, J. Gnrdner, J. Nnwahi, J. AI.
nnuwii.1, u, 11.1-inpo, .1. aivtom, u. il. I'alohau,
A. Knukau, D: Noes, W. AI. Gibson, S. K. Knni, J.
K. llush, K. Preston, J. O. Doiuinis, J. P. Parker,
S. G. Wilder. P. Isenberc. C. il. Judd. H. A. Wi,l.
iimnii, J. rvnue. P. P. Kauoi, 11. K. Lihkalani, II.
W. Lahilahi, F.P.ihi.i, Frank Hrown, S.K.Alahoe,
J. Kaluhi. J. L. Kaulukou, L. Aholo, G. K. ltlcbitrd
sou, P. linupu, J. Kiiuhaue, I. H. Nahiuu, J. K.
Third rending of nn Act to fix the time In which
suits for desertion from bound senice shall bu
Third rending of mi Act to ninend Section 2C7 of
the Civil Code, relating to tho number of regular
Second reading of nn Act to amend Sections 42S
nnd 4L"J of tho Civil Code, relating to tho natural
ization of foreigners. Pasted. Ordered to bu en
grossed mid read 11 third time on batuidiy next.
Second reading of 1111 Act to nmend Sectiou 760
of tho Civil Code.relnting to tho nmuherof itepre
seutntives. Passed to eiigroKauiuutmid ordered to
lie rend 11 third time on .Monday next.
SooJiid leading of nn Act detiuing tlw ownership
of turkeys, phe.ls.iuts, quail, peacocks, geeso or
uhlckons. Passed to enurossmeiit mid ordered to
bu lead 11 third time on Saturday next.
House ndjourm-d nt :i:10 p. m.
Places of Wursb.il.
M:axum' U(TUL-Ilrv S t) rmou, Clupllln. Kin
llrecl, near Hm bailor' Home. ITeichiui; si II a m,
seal fieo. bubbath bcaool befero the inorulni; hi ice.
I'Mycr lutetlui; ou Wrdnetjur trcuinj;. hi 1, o'clocck
our brilKi!TUul'HCll-lte J. A. Cruian 1'ltlur, corner
of Port and lloretanU utrreu l'reaclitnk' uu bumliiy,
mil i aiid71S I'M. batibath bcbeol ailOjiK.
8r Asdiibw'sUatiikuiui.- i:pllh nrke.-. lit Itev
the lluhop it lluuotulu and Huv Tbo lllickburn. Ha
h titan .'rvlci ltov Alox Macktutoh UU, Holy
Cjminuiitoa; 'J..1I, ilittn. anil Sermon (Hawaiian); II,
iU. uiui hi oriiuuu ibiiKiKiinj; s, t.ventuu
(Hawaiian); 7.30, Kveu.on.- and bjunuD (Kngllsb)
Hums Oatiiuuc Cut'ncii- Under the cbarse of Ut
j;avlllbop.Mat.rei.ail.icdb) ltov 111. b. p llcrni.nu:
turt trecl, near UcreUnta. bentcea eitry bundar at
1U a u and ;' v a,
KaWAUiuoCiiUKcu-ltcr II II Parker, Pa tor. Kiuc
llretl.abave thu I'alacu. Seiilcm tu Hawaiian evetv
SuniUy at It a n. babbath School at JOa . KvenuKi
ijervlcea at TM o'clock, alirmalluir llb KaeniaVapll)
liutrlct meuiluj. In lartoua chaurla at 3-SU r M. 1'raitr
Bitctlmt every Wednesday at h r m.