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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H., WEDNESDAY, JULY 19, 1911. CHURCH FOLD FOR ISLANDS KMI'SCLUB STACKABLFS TIP WAS HEEDED INCOMES OF THE " ' 3 COUNTIES Hawaii Taken Into Pacific Coast Congregational . Congress. , Congregational church members of (ho lihJncU have received the nons that Hawaii hns liocn Included In tho, Pacific Coast CoiiBrosg of Congregn tlonal churches, which met in Port land, Oregon, recently. Tho Congress Imd adopted a broad, policy of expan sion, and at tho recent annual con Terence made arrangements to brims Japan. China, Korea, tho Philippines .nnd Hawaii Into Its fold. . Rev. R. A. Hume, of India, who passed .through Honolulu on his way to the Orient a few days ago, was one of the principal speakers at tho conference. f Referring to the congress, the Port land Orcgonlan says: J 'A new, endeavor In Oriental Chris tlaiilzatlnn lias begun by tho Congro gatlonallsts. Deputations from tho Pnclfic Coast ongrcss of Congrega tional ( Churches, working under tho direction of tho American Missionary Association, will ho sent to tho Orient lmmpitlntclv. ' With ncarl all of the 220 delegates form all parts of tho united States present, the congress camo to a close last night following addresses by Dr. Robert 'A. Hume, of India, nnd Dr. J Kehcmlah Iloynton. of New York. The congress Is considered ono nf the most successful over held. Bay City Rendezvous Opposed. A resolution was adopted by tho congress In Ihc business session sos terday recommending to tho 'provl alonal commlttco, which sots thotlmo and dafo for tho next congress, that It bo not held In 8nn Francisco In tho Panama-Pacific Rxposltlon, 1915 Somo agitation over holding tho con gress In San Franclsco In tho Pa nama celebration had been heard. . Train robbers missed $400,000 In gold dust by holding up tho money train on tho Southern Pacific. Ernest Knnl, tho nuted Hawaiian musn Inn, urilvc-il homo estcrda" after noon with his glee club by the Auk- trnllnn steamship Kcalandla, after com- pletlng a very successful tour of Aus tralia and New Zealand The bojs report n most enjoyable lltno while traveling through the coun try, nnd sny Unit tho people down there treated them well ' The musicians made n hit wherever they appeared, and drew largo crowds to their many concerts Tho tour oc cupied llvo months and gave them am ple time to play In many ot the cities In Australasia. the Hawaiian made their first ap pearance nt llrl'linni! on March 18, and traveled uroiiud that pnrt of Now Booth Wales for to weeks, then work ing doun till Miry came to the capital city of Victoria, Melbourne. After spending n few weeks In Vic toria, the parly left for New Zenlnnd, where, they played at all the largo lin tels. Doing across to Wellington, they bad a successful cnguKctncnt. They started on the lust leg of their Journey by going from Wellington to Christ church, nnd from there over to Auck land, where they took n steamer for Suva, the capital city of FIJI. On July 5 they sailed for homo on the C.-A. 8. S. Xcnliinriln, arriving yesterday. Alt were glnil to get hack homo again. Tho members of tho clnl were ns follows: Ernest Kaal, manager; Rob ert Knana, James Knmnkane, Henry Kneo, Henry Dlshaw, Henry Kallcmal, Thomas J. Carter, V. 1j Aknna. Threo JimnK ladles accompanied tho party Miss Ane Hltn, Mlw Esther Kapuaahl vvnlanl nnd. Miss K. Kaal SPECIAL VALUES Real Irish Laces SACHS9 MRS. AFONG'S MOTHER DIES JTH0ME HERE Mrs. P. B. Whiting, died this morn ing nt five-thirty o'clock at the resi dence of Mr. nnd Mrs. Albert Afong, after an Illness of many wcks. Sho vvns tho niolhor of Mrs. Afong. Mrs. Whiting was fifty yenrs of qge, nnd her home hns been In Dav enport, Inn a. Her son, William, ar rived on Iho last Slcrrn to sco her l-cforo denjh. Tho other daughter, ivatncrinci is niso-noro. ino iitnerni which will bn strictly private, will bo held at four o'clock this afternoon nt tho Afong residence, with Hov, Canon Ault, officiating. Tho greatest activity was displayed by customs Inspectors recently In n search for smugglers on 'board tho liner Cymric upon her arrival at Hos ton from Kngland. Collector E It. Stnckable hns suc ceeded In bringing to book Chief Of ficer C. V. Stewart of the Pacific Mall liner Siberia, who upon arrival nt San Francisco Is snld io Imvo been placed under arrest, charged with Interfer ence with n Federal officer In thd per formance of his duties. Stewart "will be remembered nd having acted In a manner which ocraslnmd much dif ficulty In tho Honolulu custom officers persuing their search .for opium dur ing tho stny of tho Siberia at this port on Juno 30th. The uistoms searchers had been busy pioblng the liner,' when ono of them had a tlft with Stewart. The chief officer had objected to the Inspector marking up somo freshly painted sections of tho steamer with chalk, tho chalk being used to distinguish what portions tho officer had searched. Thero was somo argument, nnd then tho Inspector ex erted his nuthorlty, causing tho mato'a arrest. It Is believed that the misunderstanding will bo straighten ed out tho next time Stewart cnlls nt Honolulu, which will bo on or about next Monday morning. PffiCEllT There were nine cases on tho polko docket this morning for trlnl by I'o llco Jndgo Monsnrrnt. A. Kiimlwn and r. Keghorn. both charted vvltlt being drunk In public places, pleaded guilty and wcro each lined $3 und coits ot court, Wong Suck Pul was up for nssnult and battery. Hn was represented by Attorney fleorgo Curry, but ns CJ. V Chllllngworth, special counel for tho prosecution, was not present In court, William If. Crawford asked tho court for a eontlniiincn until l'rldny next. HN request was granted John Nn a u pa, a Hawaiian, was In court tn tell tho Judgo why he assault ed a Russian jouth not llvo jenrs of age The bo nnd his mother took tho stand and teitlflcd ns to tho nssiiult. Nkolal Chiiporin nnd John l.liiKram were tho other defendants In court. Thi former, who Is a Russian, for feited his ball l.lngrum was lined $3 and costs. Farmers ntitl stock growers of northern Montana presented n petition to tho Scnnto recently favoring tho Canadian reciprocity bill. Hawaii is Only One to Come Out on Wrong Side of Ledger. Tho Governor has started tp rorelvo somo of tho figures 'from whlrli bo makes up his annual report and hope to bo nblo to start work mi l in the coiiito of n week oi so. Iho liiconu figures for, tho( counties nro Interest Ing nnd generally, show an Improve ment nil round. (Tho only county IImI hns decreased Is Htwnii mnl in thin enso It was mainly tlitough u falling off In Iho Inconio fax In the fill ore this and several oilier5 taxes which arc llablo to fiucttiution will bo homo by tho Territory and the counties de pend on their proper! taxes, which ilhow a steady Increase, Fifty Per Cent Increase, An Incicaso of more lli.in flflj per cent Is shown In Hie count royu lies for tho Inst( fiscal ji-nr 10't" to 1011. Tho total figfiris arc from, J3"il, RR2 22 tn $1,451,839 07. Tho Inerciro during tho past c.ir was uuupira tlvely small, being only $'i7.1in3S Tho rounty general taxes collected by tho Territory Increased $J1,SI7.42, that Is from $1019,18711 tu tl.OIV 30 1.76. The io.iiI taxes lollcclcd by the Territory for the counties Increes ed by $1,173 3,", or from $ll.nsi If) to $141,259 3". Those were the two sources of rev enue collected by'thp Tirrltorj and turned over to tho coimllus Honolulu Figures. The Increase for the City and Coun ty of Honolulu was $22 091.11, or from $001,991.47 to $87.087.ri8 Tho Increase for Iho County ot Maul was $30,701.15, m fiom $.,12, fi7l9Utn $283 371! 09. , Tho Increase for tho Count of Kn ual was $6402.40, or rrom $155,954 18 to $l;2,3Sfi58. In iho ciso of Haw ill while there were Increases In some sources of revenues, Iho net ,emilt was n de crease of $2051.28, or fr III $121,070 70 to $319,01!) 12., , Tho resources of trust and banking companies In M.tlno have Increased $34,511,913, or over 217 per cent In tho past ton years Tho strike of coal miners ln,tho lr- w Infields df Westmoreland county, Pa , which has been on for iiioru than a year, ban been settled. "PHOENIX" Pure Silk Hose PHOENIX SILK HOSE are made of PURE SILK and remain permanently silky, never "bags" or shows "fuzz" after washing. We guarantee six pairs to wear six months without holes or we will replace with new ones free of charge. Positively the best value in the market. 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