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Till! HAWAIIAN STAR, KATtMlDAY, DECISMWCR 81, 1M1.
A Summer Proposition. Well, now, there's the ICE QUESTION 1 1ou know vou'll need Ice, vou know It is a necessity In hot weather. We (believe you are anxious to get that Ice prfclch will jjlvo you satisfaction, and sre'U like to supply you. Order from lit on wmm co., Telephone. H51 Ulue. Postoftlce Box 600. W, &. IRWIN & CO., LTD , rWxa. O. Irwin President and Manager Bohn V. Sm-eckols.. First Vice-President yr. M. CSlffard. ..Second Vice-President iSL M. Whitney Jr Treasurer BUchard Ivors Secretary UL C. Lovekln Auditor JU8AR FACTORS, COMMISSION AGENTS AOI3OT8 FOR THE (tceanlc Stcar ship Company of San Francisco, Cal. AGENTS FOR THE Jcottlsh Union National Insurance Company of Edinburgh. Cllhelmiro. of Magdeburg General Itt' Burance Company. alliance Marine and General Assurance Co.. Ltd., of London. Royal Insurance Company of Liver pool GUliance Aseur nco Company of Lon Aon Worcester German Insurance Company HART & CO., LTD The ifilltc Ice Cream Parlors. Chocolates and Confections Ice Cream and Water Ices Bakery Lunch. lit H RESORT III IKE CUT Railroad SUGGESTS Conxfort Eire trains dally through cars, first Bl second class to all points. Re fistsd rates take ffcct soon. Write qnrtr. S. F. Booth, General Agent. No. 1 Montgomery Street, San Francisco. Travellers Agree THAT lie Owlii, Xvinrvitecl IS Quickest, Finest, Best A Train that Supplies All Demands To St. Louis or Chicago IN 3 DAYS from San Francisco. ELECTRIC LIGHTS READING LAMPS, CLUB CARS ALL GOOD ' . TINGS Information Bureau 613 Market Street, San Francisco. RAILWAY AHD LAND GO'S TABLE OCTOBER 1904. OUTWARD. B?cc "Wniaaae, "Walalua, ICahuku and Way Stations 9:16 a, m., 3:20 p. m. DrW Pearl City, Ewa Mill and Way Stations t7:J0 a. m., '9:15 a. a1. "11:06 a. in., 2:lB p. m., '3:zo p. m H:in p. m )9:30 p m., tll:18 p. m. INWARD. Errive Honolulu from Kahulcu, Wat- suua an Walanae 8.38 a, m., E:31 p. tn. Srrtre Honolulu from wo. Mill and Pearl City t7.t0 a. m., 8:36 a. m., "10:38 a, m., '1:10 p, m., M:31 p. m., Ml p. in., :30 y, m. "Dally. VfiumUy IsxesnUtL JUtwday only, Union Pacific Southern Pacific v, p. naWKitcw Hupt, 0, P, A, T, A, Impure Blood mrs, aseu's When the Mood U pure and tlio bowels aro regular, there need ho but little fear of sickness. Keep two grand medicines in the linusr; and use them when you first begin to fuel poorly. Hocowry will be prompt, and serious sickness prevented. Mr. Fred I'lcrco, who resides at South Tor t:cp, Adelaide, So. Australia, sends this let. ter with Ills photograph : " For some years I liave been a boundary rider on some of the far northern sheep anil attle station. 1 had severe attacks of In digestion, and my blood would often get very Impure. My skin would be covered with blotches, and my general health greatly af tectcd. Vbenoer thrse atUcks would como I would procure Ayer's Sarsaparilla ami Aer's rills. I iilwuys found that tbo Kars,' p.mll.i would in it klv pm ify my blood and strengthen im digestion; wldle the pills would corrcit'luy constipation and bilious ness." AYER'S Sarsaparilla Tbcro are many imitation Sarsaparillas. Ho sure you get "Ayer'8. Prepared by Dr. J. C. Ayer Co.. Lowell, Mm., U. S. A, Castle & Gooke, Ltd lyi-f e and Fire AGENTS FOR New England Mutual Lift Insurance Co OF BOSTON. .Etna Fire Insurance Co., Or HARTFORD. CONN. c, & CO, QUEEN STREET, HONOLULU, H. T. AGENTS FOR Hawaiian Agricultural Company, Oao mea Sugar Company, Honomu Sug Company, Walluku Sugar Company Ookala Sugar Plantation Companj Kaleakala Ranh Company, Kapapab Ranch. Planters' Line Shipping Company. Charles Brewer & Co.'s Line of Bo ton Pacliets. LIST OF OFFICERS. Charles M. Cooko Presldeat Geo. H. Rtxbertson.V.-Pres. & Mgr. E. Faxon Bishop... Treas. & Secy. W. F. Allen Auditor P. C. Jones Director C. H. Cooke Xl ector G. R. Carter Director All of the above named constituting the Board of Directors. IRON FENCE i R O I R M E MONUAIENTS O R A L S Satisfaction Guaranteed by J. C. AXTELL 1618-60, Alakea Street P. O. Box S42 Tel. Blue 1801 O N F E ft! C E F E n c E IRON FENCE THE Plumber 105 S. King Street Telephone Main 01 IIUSTACra RIS-APPOINTED. Frank Jlustace's commission as a niamlrtr ot the Hoard of PI re OnmniUi. nlonei will expire with the dying year but Hunsrlniendent Hollawnv has tie. olill, tn view of valuslils srvloe, to rt-coHiinlMtwi lilm tU two yssrs followlim. BOSTON ADDRESS DHLIVH1U3D HUFOltK HtlANCII OF , THE WOMAN'S AUX1LLIARY IN BOSTON LAST OCTOBER. The "Spirit of Missions" for Decem ber publishes an address made by .Mrs. Luke Aseu of Honolulu before the an nual meeting of the Massachusetts branch of the Woman's Auxllllttry In U-tober. Published with the address Is a portrait of Mrs. Aseu and a group picture of the St. Peter's (Honolulu) branch of the Woman's Ausllllary. The following Is Mrs. Aseu's address on that occasion: 1 thank God that He guided me to come' to Boston. I feel very proud that 1, a Chinese woman, have been able to loine to the United States to meet you nil. During these two weeks I have seen : i iid heard very much, und though I have not been able to understand all I have heard, yet 1 do understand how earnest you aro in doing God's work, .uul this has encouraged me. and made me feel that I want to do more for tho spread of the Kingdom of our dear Lord. Soon after our dear Bishop Rtstailek was sent by the American Church to Honolulu (1902) he started the Woraun's Auxiliary, first nt the Cuthedral and then at St. Peter's Chinese' Church. Ths Chinese branch numbers over twenty women, all ot whom have families and do their own household work. They have made Chinese dolls' clothes to sell to tourists. Besides this, they have made clothes to send to St. Mary's Or phanage, Shanghai, and they also sent a box of clothes to St. Elizabeth's Wo man's Hospital, Shanghai. This is be cause we Christian Chinese In Hono lulu know how the women In China need our help. We have also sent money to China as wo have been able. We are small In numbers and poor, but we want to help others, and not think nl! of ourselves. We are like the baby which needs the mother's care, and I hope our dear sister, Miss Emery, w.U write to tench us how to carry on the work. If Ood guides us back to Honolulu, I shall tell nil our Chinese there how you here are earnest to do God's work. Today t see you nre all highly edu cated people, and, when T compare my self and my sisters to you, I feel how little we know, but I get comfort from the words of St. Peter, who said to Cornelius: "I perceive that God Is no respecter of persons." I was baptized with my family, in China, when I was three years old. We were the only Christians In the village. All the people looked down on us, and persecuted us, and said that wo were following foreign devils. Two years after this my older brother died, and no one would come and. help my moth, er, and no one would 'help carry the body to the grave. The people said to my mother, "If you had not followed the foreign devils, your hoy would not have died." Some Christians from an other village came and helped us. One hour before my brother died lie became conscious, and he said to the three Christians from the other village "I am ready to die. I am very happy. I have seen a vision of three persons in white bright garments, who have come to take me. 1 am happy, but I am afraid that my mother and brother, af ter I die. will not be able1 to stand the persecution, and will go back to the heathens. So I ask you to help them to stand firm." After the death we left the village and moved to Canton City, and my brother and I went to a mission school. He has done much mission work, nnd is now a vestryman of St. Peter's Church nt Honolulu, and his ten chil dren all nre having the benefit of a good Christlnn home .tnd education. When ten years old, I went to a mis sion school In Hong Kong, and was trained for mission work, especially learning the Bible. I learned the New Testament and Psalms and to know what they and other Scriptures meant. Iii 1SS1, when I was eighteen years old, I left China with my mother, brother and sister-in-law, and went to Honolu lu. The next year I married Mr. Aseu, who had become a Christian in Hono lulu. I never went to an English school, fo that I do not speak good English. In 1SS7 I started the first mission school for Chinese on the Island of Hawaii, ns Mr. Aseu was one of the three who had Rtarte'd the first In Honolulu. We have nlways loved to work to bring the Chinese to know Jesus Christ, and we both give our services at St. Elizabeth's House, where we both teach classes of men and help in any way we can. Mr. Aseu acts as lay-reader and interprets, as he has for twenty yenrr, I go with Deaconess Drnnt and Mrs. Kong often to visit heathen Chinese women, and If I had time I could tell you how glad thty are to hear the Gos pel and how they tell me that they know the Gospel Is the only comfort for their hearts, but they cannot read or write, and it is hard to make them understand. I thank God that His truth has saved me from being like they are. Much work can be done In the Islands. If we had some help now It would be a great blessing. We want the salary for more Chinese catechlsts. A catechist. Mr. Shim Yin Chin, the Woman's Aux iliary has partly supported. Ho luis a school of thirty-five boys nnd Sunday services in a room twelve by fourteen feot, which room Is given him by a lioathen. Our Honolulu Auxiliary has given $100 toward a building. I do wish I could take hack the $R0Q mow. which la nwded. I should then be happy, but I do not know how to tret It. can you help me? A hen the Bishop agked im to come tn nation we tlHiught It over, and told him that tf he tlinimlit It would Ofl good for mlaalona we would eoma: If wot. we would rather apend the momy m wu' r. nut we Mine, and I am liad for I am sure it will Oa goat to u. and I hope to the p.ium of mieeiona WHY THE BUG WAS LIMITED TO THREE REASON THE OWNERS OF SHOOT ING RIGHTS ON KAl'AI TOOK THE ACTION THEY DID. The Garden IsUnd, published at Ll liuo, contains the following: An article nppenred In The star last , week containing considerable criticism of the rule of the Kaunl Shooting As i soclntlon which provides that no mem ber nor any person shooting by permis sion of n member, may shoot and take away from Knuai more than three cock pheasants ot any one time. A nu mber of the association was Interviewed as . to the matter, who stated: "The shoot -I Ing of hen pheasants Is positively pro i hlblteil at nny time, nnd the shooting I and taking away from the Island by any member or the guest of nny mem- ber of the association, of more than 'three cock pheasants at any one time Is prohibited by the rules of the associa tion, under penalty of expulsion. These rules were made by the association to ' prohibit most pernicious abuses of the past which were fast exterminating pheasants on Kaunl, and were adopted without reference to any person whom soever, at a regular meeting of the as sociation, at which all members of tin association except one were present or represented, by u unanimous vote. The Kauai Shooting Association ttas form ed for the express purpose of protect ing Island game, at a time when the great decrease of pheasants on Knual made It only too apparent that unless something wore done at once of this na ture, there would soon be no game to protect. Of course the rules of the as sociation primarily concern those whose money and rights are given to the as sociation, and Senator Isenberg, the on ly member of the association living oft the Island, Is the person most severely restricted by the rule In question. The rule does not prevent members or guests of members from shooting all the cock pheasants they can, which they can give around ns they please to friends on Kauai, und the rule does not In nny degree restrict their sport in hunting, but for the Islnnd of Kauai to gratuitously exterminate Its game for the purpose of supplying Honolulu Is more than can he expected. "In the past hunters from Honolulu have been allowed to hunt pheasants on Kauai by the present members of the association and these hunters have In a great many instances, after dis tributing birds to their friends on Ka uai, shipped as high as twenty pheas ants to Honolulu nnd In every case the majority of these birds have been hen pheasants. "The members of the association sim ply desire to preserve and protect Kau ai game in every reasonable manner. Rules similar to these adopted are in force in nearly every county of the different states, as laws, while our rules were adopted voluntarily by thoso who have game preserves to supply the absence of local law." The Star offered no criticism of the rule. It merely stated the' fact that such a rule had ben made. Ed. IKEA'S CONTEST Thursd.iy was the last day of ser vice in contests for seats in tile next congress Col. Curtis P. Iaukea, who Is contesting the seat of Kalaninunole, served the latter with a copy of his ground of contest by leaving It nt his place of abode. Another copy had been sent to Washington December 10 for service on the delegate there. The paper tiled Is a long one and sets out Iaukea's claim that he was frauded out of the election oy the use of numbers on the ballots nnd the in timidation of voters by government employes and big corporations. Clin ton A. Galbraltb, and E. M. Watson ure Iuukeu's counsel. KNOWN IN HONOLULU. SAN FRANCISCO, Dec. 'JO. An agreeable surprise to both San Fran cisco and Oakland society came in the announcement of the engagement of Miss Cordelia Bishop of Oakland and Dr. Harry E. Alderson of this city. The news was told at an Informal luncheon given recently at the Bishop home In honor of Miss Helen Anderson, who Is soon to marry A. Browse of Los An geles. Miss Bishop is the oidy daughter of Mr. anu -Mrs. tfldgar Bishop, old resi dents of the State, and Is a niece of Mrs. Allen of Honolulu. Her charm ing personality and musical talent have won her many friends on both sides ot the bay. Doctor Alderson Is a young physician of this city. He Is professor of artistic anatomy. School of Design, Hopkins Art Institute, nnd Is secretary of the San Francisco County Medical Society. He Is a graduate of the class of 1900, medical department of the University of California, and Is a prom inent member of the Zetn Omicron fra ternity. No date for the wedding has been set. among my people, who nre beginning to awake from their long slee-p. May God soon wake them up to see Hla truth. My being here reminds me of what the Prophet Isnlnh says in the forty ninth chapter1 and twelfth verse: "Be hold, theso shall come from far; nnd lo, thoso from the North nnd from the West: nnd theo from the land of Si nlm. (This I was taught menus Chlnn Sing. O heavens; and be Joyful, O earth, for the Lord had comforted Hl jeo pl and will huve mercy upon H nf. Illoted." I hope I havt- not apoktn too kiiiff, hut Iwfore T eloae I should like to hhc Ood'a blessing on you In Ohlnes words: ".Men Son tt tsuk fuk nl ten, lau nya kun fn. tsl tan vim. yen-Ainen." I'lne Jub I'l'liitlni: sUur Qitliw, ... Association 9. M is the sport that comes next. We have just received from England a small shipment of the "Genuine McGregor" Association Foot-Balls This is the ball used in the International Matches. Ungland vs. Scotland 1899-1901-1902-1903 and 1904. English Cup Finals 1899-1900-1901-1901 and 1903. We also have a fine line of Elk skin Foot Ball Shoes, nnd a good assortment of Shin Guards. E. 0. HALL & SON, LTD. V ..? t, w a V t v : Genuine Stag WE HAVE JUST RECEIVED A CHOICE SHIPMENT OF PEARL, IVORYj AND STAG HANDLED CARVERS SUITABLE FOR THE NEW YEAR TRADE. 5 Theo. H. Davies & Co., H ol v cl w are H jd ti x t iaa e rx t OUR OWN LINE San Francisco to Chicago (WITHOUT CHANGE). STANDARD AND TOURIST SLEEPERS DAILY Trade Stopping en route at Los Angeles, also "THE PETRIFIHD FORESTS' and the "GRAND CANYON OF ARIZONA." HONOLULU PEOPLE TAKE THE SANTA FE ROUTE DURING THB COLD WINTER MONTHS. AN IDEAL TRIP ALONG THE OILED ROAD BEDS ON THE CALIFORNIA LIMITED. TWO TRAINS DULY. Passenger Agent, W. Holiddw Goods! 9 Lacquer Ware, German Ware, Flower Vases, Kimonos, Silk Cushion Covers, Fans, Japanese Purses for Ladles. 'V i1 '..u New line of Panama Hats S t K. ISOSHIMA I'o. 30 King Street, Near Bethel. UNFOUNDED RUMOR. SAN FRANCISCO. Dec. 22. A rumor was persistent yesterday Unit the steumor Alameda had met with n seri ous accident whllo lying nt Honolulu, hut no confirmation of a disaster could he made. The Oceanic Steamship Coin lany had received no Information about It, hut had received teleKrnphlo advices that the steamer left Honolulu, nt 9 o'clock yesterday ninrulnir on her reKiilnr trip to this city. This nf Itself disproved the truth of l lie rumor, which hud gained wide circulation, The SUiitiedii will h due hem next Tues-d 11 us Job I'rlntlHV. i! tar QITIm, t Foot-Ball Handled Carvers Mark G. Irwin & Co., Office at specially low prices. . . 7J ELECTRIC POWER FOR KAUAI. It is reported that plans have been csfected for the commencement of work to establish un elect rlo iilnnt on the island of Knuai. The company will he known n the Kaunl Electric Power Company. The object Is to seouro olectrlc power to oporate the Irrigating pumim 011 Mcllryde Plantation. The plan is lo put the works 011 the north side nf the Inland. The oapltnl stoak Is WOO.OOO, W. 13. Unwell Is to Its th eitffliieer. Henry .lueser the ooutms-toi- hits, It Is understood, Imii xlvtn the contract for dolus the ditch and tun ns) liny work. :.; tar Want M my M tents.,