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-EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H 8ATUROAY,DEC. 23, 1811.
IW CHRISTMAS SEASON CLOSES
WITH WEEK'S BUSINESS OF RECORD YEAJ
Real Estate Is Taking Turn
That Indicates Full
3TOCKS ARE STRONG AND
MARKET IS ADVANCING
General Review of Conditions
Most Favorable Rubber
Men Begin to Realize On
Their Hard Work,
This week cloes tlm greatest
Chi Mums season In llic history of Ho-
tiiilulM. This Is true In over) Hue Of
business, untl of Hie iimoimt of money
Hint has been pul In circulation liy
lnwnscople and lsltors.
Iliislncui tins been excellent In ov
cry (Inc. liven tbo real estate mar
ket, which seldom responds more,
leadlly to tho Christmas cheer than
nny other has absorbed the spirit ,of
tho season, and Is very active. Mcr
r.mtllc Inures of nil kinds icport Rood
'Miriness. The sugar stock market is
ottoiiR. New piojccts for ilccliiinicu
arc tinder contemplation and brought,
Out on every band. The establishment
of l tie Guild & Company store- for
!lou.ohold supplies Is nn evidence of
expansion In tho l et all trade. Mr,
Guild understands the situation
ihni ought). If llonuliilu'fi progress
wore not b.ised on sueli absolute
'justness ccrlalutlcs, one might al
most sax that the boom hud started
In the sugar slock ninikct tho
sttcugtli cf the situation has been
I'lcicased from $1 per share per tiiunlh
I" $2, beginning Jan. 20, 1012 anil
continuing till further notice.
SAI.KH IlclHcen Hoards: II Wnl
alua, $119.50; 11 Wululun, JI1D.G0; 2,",
Walnlun, $11!).5(; 50 Onomcn, $17: 50
Onomea, $17.25; 100 Onomea, $17.25;
150 Hutchinson, $10.75; 70 It. O. & S.
C. $10.25; 100 II. O & S. Co., $40.25;
V5 II. C. & S. Co.. $10.25: 2G II. C. ft
8. Co., $10.2,-,, K7 Oahll. $32.8714;' 100
Coast. They will bo distributed
among the various military organiza
tions of this Island.
Tho holiday season has hnil no
dampening effect on tho building op
erations that nro going on throughout
the city. Tho uctlvlly In home-build.
IhC Continues In tlin unlmrHa n,ii,.
Oahu, $32.S7H; 50 Oliui. $5,021.4; 25clally In tho east end of town. Tho
iiin,i,.w'i; ,ki ,kii, $32; loo Ono- new theater on Niiunnu nvenuo (ins
men, $17.2... 200 11. c. & S. Co. $10.- progressed to tho point where the
LWi&F' 5 ,'an,'1,a,, ,2'! 2 h"- W'-crete bulld
Tiansactlons In real estate during !nB,nt the corn,or of Nu,,nm nntl "-
me mouth of December arc' most slfc. " ...... uc.. ,,uu,i.-u ,u u.u
.meant of the feeling of conndenco X.S JEn "u Efn "IT"". '0r ""
'on tho part of Investors and also of " ..e II rrv ,l d i , .
tho crowlne- mnni-il,,,. ,,f m, -i... T l0 "cw '"-iry building Is being
-. ' , .,.".. . ' made
LI, "?: K'' "?. ",n0 'mm CVC7 wnimcd nnd nn outline of the .true-
awniinoini. city business property
is cnanging hands al ndvanclng fig
ures and homes nro going up In all
pans or the city. There Is no rcnl
statp boom. It Is merely a beginning
of the realization predicted by tho
till lot I n n year or moio ago. Ho
nolulu real cslate Is n good Invest
ment, mid It will go higher rather
TJie building of u largo new beet
sugar factory In the Sacramento Vnl.
Icy Is exciting the Intel est of sucur
men. There Is n small factory now
i mining at Alvarado, and It Is tho In
tention to run this factory during the
1912 season. Then it will bo illsrnn.
llnued nnd the work will be done In
tho new proposed factory, nnd that
pnrt or the valley will bo developed
tor licet culture. A San l-Yiinelscn
turc will be seen.
More l'o I Ice Xrriled.
Sheriff Jarrctt has sent nn applica
tion to tho proper authorities, nsklng
that the appropriation for tho Police
department bo increased to $1800 per
month, nnd lias naked for nn Incrcnso
In tho "forco" that will nearly double
Its present strength If granted. TJio
Sheriff clnlms thnt there nro not near
enough jiollce officers on the force to
quell u disturbance of any size.
iraiiEemcnts that hnvo been mndc
to mko over nearly 100 acres of good
cano land ioy owned by T. K. Lala-
sen. mo lensn Is to run for flvo
years, nnd $8000 Is tho consideration
for the full term. The papers were,
filed nt tho Jlurcnu of Conveyances
Hawaiian Itulibrr. v
According to the reports from tho
rubber districts of tho other' islands.
uuuer is miming Rood and Is destined
to bo otio ot Hawaii's staplo com
modities or export. Official reports
oi ,ine conditions of "local rubber"
nro oeing prepared for presentation
io siocsnoidcrs nt meetings that will
bo .held during tho "flrpt two months
of tho now yenr. Companies that arc
to hold meetings are tho Pnciric De
velopment Company and tho Hawaiian-American
Kubbcr Company. The
directors of this latter company mot
on Wednesday nnd decided to Issue
ootids to pay ,o(t tho overdrafts and
to provido for further Improvements.
Tho rubber situation In Hnwnll l
said to bo extremely bright.
nnd Is the .significant features. All """ "ns lw "'sposal of tho stock In
fear of change in tho tariff seems to',llc llc,v factory.
)iao disappeared. Investors are be
ginning to buy becauso they li.nc full
ronllilcnce In I he all net Ion, and they
pre beginning to be afraid that thev
v III be unable to sccuro the slocks
at the low tlguies. For once hbor
is not n source of worry. People arc
beginning to realize that the Pannmi
C.iunl will open the route to Kuropo
In 1012, prolnbly within IS months'.
Tho price of sugar Is sagging fro.u
day lo day, but the movement of the
market Is enlliely normal nnd on n
much higher basis than at the open
ing of tho sugar crop campilgii nt
last year. No one wants sugar to be
too high while n tariff revision Con
press Is in session.
Considerable trading has been done
ui Oahu through the week as will be
noted In llio record of dally sites, ami
llic figure Is nn advancing one. The
demand for Oahu Is duo to tho re
IHirt that I ho tunnel for water will
not cost so much as originally esti
mated, nnd also that tho plantation
will carry over a largo cash siirplu.i.
How to. dispose of this Is novv'causing
mnm heated discussions Milling Die
directors nnd stockholders. Wiilalui
Is also very stiong and promises l-i
ro much higher. The ih.islcul con
dition of the propel ly Is very gonj
(ml tho financial condition cnusci
borne lo bellovo that the dividend o(
no pciccut Khotild be conllnuod
through tho coming .vcar. If this Is
.Mrllrj tie's .llrrflnir.
I.nst Tuesday slockhnldors of the
.Mellryde Sugar Company met ut tho
local ngcnc) mid amended the con
tract between the agency and the
plantation, also tho bylaws rotating
to the plantation's capital stock.
The stockholders agreed thnt $600,000,
Instead of $SOO,000. of preferred stock
shall Issue. Alexander & Ilnldwln,
tho local agent, wW take up $150,000,'
Instead or $400,000 or tho stock us
originally planned. This chnngo Is
duo to the fact that tho protlt on tho
last crop enabled a payment of $200,
000 on tho plantation debt.
Maul Mine liiH'sllirallnii.
An Investigation Into tho affairs
and methods of the Maul Wlno Com
pany by the authorities has resulted
In n report made to Washington.
Food Commissioner fllalichiird litis
been greatly Interested In tho case.
It being staled that in tho estimation
of those competent to Judge the're
were not enough grapes raised in
Hint section of the Territory fro'm
which to Jii.iko the quantity of brandy
the distillery was turning out. He-
sides this, there was found at tlio
winery half u barrel of coal tar dye.
Tests of tho wlno by Illanchnrd
showed that sugar had been added.
Tho Internal revenue olllco lias no
Information to give out on the sub
On .Monday tho Honolulu plantation
ndded to its holdings by renting ISO
teres of land from S. M. Damon for
seven years at a rental of $1585 per
j car. Tho land Is to bo used for
cultivation purposes only. The plan
tation Is granted tho right to take
coral, lime rock and sand for the uso
For Lease or Jloiiieslrads. . of the plantation during Its possession
An Importaut micstlnn now before " tho lands.
tho olllclnls Is whether tho Territory
shall renew the lease on 582 acres of Amend liud Jjih.
good land to the Honolulu Plantation , A nronosed nniemlmenl In tlm nr,
Company, through the Dowsctt estate, gnnlc Act, which allows a corpora-
or heed the applications of twentv
six Intending homesteaders and par-'
eel tho land to them. On tho llrsr
day or tho new year tho lease on thl?
liuul, which has been held by tho
Dowsett Company tor thlrtv vcars.
will expire. Twenty-slx persons Imvo
pin in applications to buvo tho laud
allotted to them. Instead ot being ro
leiiBed o the plantation company.
Tho applicants nro for tho most
part Portugucso, nnd want tho land
for pineapples and cunc. Uind Com
missioner Judd has tnken up tho mat
ter ror n thorough Investigation, nnd
doiio.lhc slock will easily advance
live doll'lrs :i ulmrn m-oi- Itu iirnKniir will filially lllaco It berorn II. i, (!..,
quotation. Tho sales of 11 stocks re- ornor- If lll lino' Is parceled It will
polled on tho Kxchnngo Ibis week l'robably bo In llvc-ncrc lotB.
SAI.i:s Iletvvcon Hoards; 20 Oahu, ,,,,"k fnr Erects.
$ai.S7',i; 20 Oahu, $31.R7Vi; 20 Kwa (:r"l,1"''l rock that Is used on tho
' $31.50; 10 Kwa. $31.50; 100 Kwa, $31.-'(,'"'ccts nmy bo furnished by tho con
50; 1IJU Kivn, $31.50; () Illlo, $8.5; itrctors. Instead of being quarried by
10 II. C. & S. Co.. $10; 10 llnvv. Plno.,1", .V' 1",i,'ycs. mis plan
$13; ,5 Olau, $5.50; 200 Oldii, $5.50;
38 Olaa. $5.50; 10 Oahu. $31.87'j.
Session Sales; 5 H. B..& M. Co.,
$20.25; 10 Hnw. pine.. $13; 10 Hono
1(11.1. $11.50; 5 HoiioKun, $11.50; 20
Oahu, $32; 10 Bwa, $31.50; 25 II. C.
S. Co., $10; 25 II. C. & S. Co., $10;
HO II. C, & S. Co., $10; 5 Oahu, $31.-87j.
HAI.HS Iletwcen Ilouds; 50 Oahu
JJ2; 2 Oahu. $32: 20 Oalm. J32: 1
should go into effect, laborers to tho
milliner or nearly sevcnly-llvo will bo
Hon to hold more than 1000 acres 'or
Innd provided it grants a portion to
liomcstcndcrs, has been drawn up by
.lohn T. McCrosson, approved by, tho
oovcrnor nng placed ucroro Congress.
Tho Governor thinks thnt tho amend
ment Is n good ono and will have n
tendency to bring about a rcllof Jn
handling luud matters In .that particu
lar line, especially as tho present
thousand-acre law can bo evaded
through the Territorial law allowing
corporations to form partnerships.
Tho long-continued suit known us
the "Atchcrloy caso" has, nccording
to an oxcluslvo cable from the Ilul
lotln's Washington correspondent,
been settled In fuvor or Mrs. Mnry
Atcbcrley. The land In dispute Is nt
the corner or Queen and Alniml
streets, and forms a part of the
lowers & Cooko lumber yard. The
property Is valued at about $40,000.
anil was sold to tho lumber company
V. T. P.' Wntorhousc. Albert Wntcr
houso nnd Senator Krlc Knudscn re
turned during tho week from n tour
or inspection of tho Tanjonp Olok and
me I'ahnnc plantations, nnd am en
thuslnstlc over tho prospects for the
coming ylold of rubber from theso
plantations, which nro controlled by
Huhber nnd Cdcaiinuts.
Tho prospectus of tho Selamn
Dlndlngs Plantations, Ltd., has been
Issued and tho Incorporation of the
company sought, tho prospectus rend
ing: ""To acquire and to oporato as
from tho first day ot January, 1012,
(1) tho property known as tho Se-
intun Rubber Kstatc,' nnd t2) tho
property known as the 'Dlndlngs
urant,' uotii now owned by Dr. K. C.
The first ot theso named hns an
nrcn -of about 1000 acres, 905 acres
being virgin Junglo and the remain
der about cqunlly divided between
growing rubber trees nnd cleared
Tho Dlndlngs Grant comprises the
right to n grant In perpetuity of about
5000 acres that Is considered cocoa-
Tho two estates nro situated In the
samo general district, and It is pos
sible to go from one to the other in
two or three hours.
Messrs. Jlrown, Phillips & Stewart
of Peunng and I poll & Kualo Lumpen,
who aro already agents for a number
of well-known estates In the vjclulty
of tho newly acquired property, hayo
signified their willingness to act as
ngents for the promoters ot a month
ly remuneration of $125. This Is tho
general system followed by all British
promoters with properties similarly
W. 8. Cookson, formerly a teacher
at Kiimeliamehii, has been chosen to
manage the Dlndlngs cocoanut estate,
Ho lias been In the Malay Stntcs for
a number of years and Is familiar
with tho cultivation of rubber nnd
C. U. Thompson will manage the
bclumii estate. Ijo also Is an ex
teacher of Kamehnniehn. Ho ut pres
ent .resides on the estate that ho hn3
bcon chosen to manage
Beautiful Music and Holiday
Special 'services nro iilnnneil l.v nil
the churches for Christmas, stnrtlng
with Hplscnpnl service's on Sunday
morning and continuing through tho
midnight and other lnnsses of tlm
Catholic churches, tho special serV
Ico or the German Lutheran Church
on Monday, the entertainment nt the
Chlne'po Church on Tuesday evening
nnd thp Sunday school exercises nt
mo Christian Church on Thursdny
This Is giving year for tho Central
Hnlon 8un,day school, nnd tho pupils
have donated generously to poor chil
dren. Tho teachers and dcimrtmentnl
heads have been busy nil week pre-
paring for tho distribution of tho
gifts, nnd Incidentally for tho Christ
mas play, "Tho First Christmas TrcoVJ
which was dramatized by Miss Frnn-j
ccs Dillingham and presented at tho
church last evening. In ninny re
spects It was tho. most successful on-!
tertnlniucnt In the history ot tho Sun-'
nny hciiuoi. ine pans were well
taken and tho ehtlro entcrtalnnmn
put through In fine order. Tho pro
gram follows: -
An appeal has been tukon from
tho decision handed down by" Judge
Cooior, Thursday, In regard lo tho
bnnunii-ciittliiK crusade. Judge Cooper
thinks that tho Hoard of Health ex
ceeded Its powers In ordcrlnc the
bannna plants cut wholesale. The,
Government Is still confident thnt tho
board was well within Its rights In
cutting down the banana plants.
thrown out of work. It Is claimed by the Knplolunl Kstutn. Tho matter
Tivvn, $31.50; 53 Haw. Sub.. $11.50; 13
Hnw. Sub., $11.50; $5000 Illlo 1901 .,
$100; $500 Hllo 1901 fis, $100; $5000
Hon. Oiis Cs, $100; $1000 Hllo Kx. Us,
Session Sales; 5 Pahung Hub. Co.,
$20.50; 20 . c. & S. Co., $10.
SALKS Hetweon Hoards; 33 Wal
nlua, $117: 5 Oahu. $32.25: 25 Oahu.'
that the plants owned by tho city nro'
nil out or date and repair, and they
cannot negin to compete with tho
plants or the contractors In getting
out sultnble rock for tho streets.
There Is also a proposition to employ
steam rollers ns traction engines In
'.,1110 plnco of mules for tho city haul
Tho city and county gnrbngo plant
Is to bo increased, nnd .at once. Tho
City Supervisors hnvo instructed
Charles Costa, tho superintendent of
tho plant, to seek tendors for nddl
tlon.il equipment thnt vVIII bo neccs
$32.25; 10 Oahu. $32.25; 35 II. C. ftlsary to bring the garbage handling
B. Cq., $10; 5 H, c. & S. Co., $10; '25, up to tho piopar requirements.
Onomea, $lfi,50; 100 Onomea, $15.50;
i) onomea, $10.50; 50 Onomea, $IC
50; 15 Onomea, $46.50; $1000 Hon.
Gas 6s, $100; $7000 Olaa Cs, $91.30.
Session Sales: 25 Pioneer, $215; S
DIVIDKNDS Dec. 20, 1911: Haw,
A,, rv. ...., -, n.. . .
.in. v.,., Olll, ?.,, ,ffc. $, $, j
oai.I'.h iieiwcen Hoards; lot) Wal
nluu, $118; 23 Ewa, $32; CO Haw. Pine,
Co., $13; 5 Haw. Pino, Co., $13: 30
Onomcn. $17; 80 Haw. Pino, Co., $13;-
-ii nnw. I'ino. Co., $l5; 71 Haw. Sim
lYnrl Harbor Work.
Information from Washington on
Tuesduy wns that there was some
hope of tho barracks nnd olllcers'
quarters nt Pearl Harbor being start
ed In tho near future Tho plans
hnvo been modified, and ono of the
leccnt bidders on tho Job has been
picked out lo do tho work. Loonl
contractors aro or tho opinion that
thnro should bo (mother call ror bids
to make tho proposition Talr to nil
has been In court off und on for near
ly forty yeai
Lower Muml Itatcs.
At n meeting of tho directors of the
Inter-Inland Steam Navigation Co.
which will tako pluca In a short time,
tho mnttcr or a cheap excursion rnto
to various points In the group will be
nctod upon. Officials of tho company
are of the opinion thnt a $25 rate,
allowing stop-overs at three of tho
Ulands, would meet with public approval.
iV il i.i; " - r ' W 2') concorned. It Is stated that tho
.lumii, iv: no II. u, ec B. UO.. ii I
illO It. C. & S. Co., $40; 70 H. C. & 8.
Session Sales: 25 Oiiomeu, $17; JO
Onomea, $47: 5 Mcllrydo. $fl.87Vi.
NOTICK Hy voto of tho directors
llio regular dividend of Onomea Sugai
Co. will be Increased from "uc to uc
I or shuro por month, beginning Ja)i.
5. 1912 nnd continuing till furlher no-
"Hy'voto of thn directors of Haw'.
Ag. Co. Ihu regular dividend will bn
j Spalding Construction Company bus
is felt lit tun LUmiHlltt. t
According to Information from!
Washington, another company of
const artillery Is to ho sent to Oahu,
though It is not known exactly where
tho new company will bo located, but
probably nt Foil Do Hussy. Hermits
In tho nuiubor of about '700 wlllrnr-1
rive on tho next trunspoit from the)
During tho first of tho week Alex
ander & Haldwln received tho follow
ing cable from Now York:
"Ituw sugur market weak. One
sixteenth decline expected for spot or
nearby sugars. Next month's ship
ments f i om Cuba offored at decline.
"rnvorablo weather In Cuba. '
"Principal buyers uro holding off,
Incrcaso reported for European crop,
estimate of F. O. Llcht, 70,000 lortg
tons, boventcen centrals grinding In
Hawaii's now crop of 1912 Is on tho
wuy,- and sonio" of It hns already
reached tuo market, bringing a much
higher figure than was realized for
tho" first of the '1911 crop. Tho quo
tation last Saturday wns 4.80c, com
pared with 3.81c for Inst year. Lust
Saturday the A.-II. Isthmian's big
cui-go of 5100 tons vvus landed at
tho higher figure. During tho week
tho Mexican pulled out with 12,000
Soma delay and much red tupo uro
expected berorn tho Territory can call
he drill shed lot' Its own ami go ahead
with the work of erecting thereon a
suitable building Tor armory pur
poses. It Is known that tho War Depart
ment Is ready to give bnck tho site
in question, which It took In 1808,
but, according to the opinion of the
Governor, tho Territory cannot accept.
tuo lot without a special act or Con
Word has been received from
Washington Hint tho board that has
such matters In chargo Is In sesslqn
anu more will bo most likely some
I.uiipalioehoo Cune Land.
Tho IaiupnlioKhoo' Sugar Company
will shortly Incrensu Its holdings by
At tho last meeting of tho Board
of Supervisors 'tho necessity for a
special paving Inspector for the
municipality was brought up, and
John N. Ooro, h brother of tho City
and County Knglnccr, wns appointed
nt u salary of $150 por month.
The first duties ot tho new Inspect
or wero watching the placing of the
bitullthlc pavement, on lower King
street and on Kekaullke street.
"The First t'hrMmas Tree."
Act J Sccno In u convent, visited
by Uio Missionary Illshop Ilonlfacc.
Act II Scene In a German forest)
where the son of tho King and Qucoli
Is nbout to bo sacrificed to 'Thori
Honlfnco comes und tells nbout the
Act III Sccno In thft King's castle.
on tho occasion of tho First Christ-)
Cast of characters
Ilonlfuco Robert McKlmj
Abbess Kdlth IlSsslyn CollnlH
Druid Priest C. II. Mcyort
tvlnt. U,..nln.. I I. .!........'
- ,.. uiiiitivj' i.iviiiKmun
Queen Agnes Alexander!
Nephew or Abbess... Harold Ebersolo
Prlnco Herman Alexander!
Nun Mm. J. P. Krdmnh
Nun Mnrgnrot Pntcrsoti
Nun Margaret Wiitcrhousrl
Choir Hoy Itonnld lllgglnn
Choir Hoy Kvcrctt Drown
Choir Doy .., Hrncst Peterson)
ningn Attendant j. a. Hill
King's Attendant.. G. A. AfcKldowncy
Tho entertainment began at 71
o'clock and was preceded by the.
Christmas observance or tho Sunbeam'
Club nt :i o'clock In the afternoon.
Chrlstmns services In tho other
churches will bo as follows:
Thero will bo three .midnight
masses on Christmas Kve at three
of the Catholic churches of tho city
Walklkl at St. Augustine's, Pumi
hou nt Sacrpd Heart, and Knllhl
wnenn at St. John tho Daptlst; other
masses to bo held In these churches
early In tho morniiiK.
The cathedral services will bb
held: First mass, 4:30 a. m with
holy communion und masses until 9
a m.; at 9, children's mass with ser
mon und special music; 10:30, high
pontifical mass, orchestra and choir;
3 p. in., confirmation for children,
followed by benediction of tho blessed
Walklkl, St. Augustine's ChrlstnuiB
Kve, midnight muss with special
music and sermon, holy communion;
9 a. m., low mass.
Punnhou, Sacred Heart Midnight
mass Christmas Kve, communion; low'
mass, 7:30 a. in.
Kallhl-waenn, St. John tho Daptlst
Christmas Kve, midnight muss with
orchestra and choir; 8:30 a. m., high
Moannluu, St. JoBoph 7 u. m., high
mass with special music.
Kulmiiki, Sacred Heart Convent
7 a. in., mass and holy communidti;
10:30 u. m., low mass and sormon,
spcclnl music; 4 p. in., solemn bene
diction ot tho sacrament.
Oahu prison 7 a. in., muss with
dinging by Oahu prison quintot.
Episcopal Hen Ires.
At St. Andrew's Cathedral and
grcgatlon, nnd In tho evening one ror'
fill, Uft l,,Unl.n,l. U....I... , , I.I.. I
...- ut. ii,tiM,;iii ou, 1,1,1 HCIlUUli 1 I1U
Christmas tree nt St. lillznbeth's will
bo held some time (he latter part of.
next week. i
Tho Methodist Kplscopal Church, on
tlcrctnnta incline, will hnvo Its regu
lar Chrlstmns services on Sunday
morning, with tho sermon by Pastor
It. K. Smith, and in tho evening Chnp
litln Taylor ot tho cruiser squadron
will deliver n Christmas incssngo to
Tho Christmas tree nt this church
wus given Thursday evening,
t'h rlt l.i n Church.
At tho. Christian Church inn regu
lar services will bo held on Sunday
morning, nnd 'the Christinas Mrco
comes on Thursdny of next week,
when there Is a spcclnl program ar
ranged for tho evening's entertain
ment, besides tho tree.
Latter Da) Saints.
Tho Christmas trco at tho Church
of Latter Day Saints on Punchbowl
wns given tho children last ovonlng.
but there arc no Christmas services
In this congregation nt this season ot
the year, ns the members of this sect
do not believe In December 25th as
tho nntal day of tho Savior.
Pastor Fclmy of German Lutheran
Church holds the Christmas service
on Christmas Day ut 11 o'clock in tho
morning, It being especially for tho
men on tho Herzogln Cecllle, tho Ger
man training ship now in tho harbor.
Tho Christmas' tree for tho children
ot the church ''will bo at C o'clock
Tho orphans' at Susannah Wesley
Homo had u unique entertainment
Inst" evening nt 7:30, a Santa Clans
play and Christmas tree being pre
pared for their benefit.
New Guild Dedication.
On Thursday evening next, December
28, will ticcur the dedication of tficnowj
guild ball or the Kplphany Mission ut
Kiilmukl, the exercises tuklng place at
7:30 o'clock, and to bo followed by' a.
reception, uuisiuc or mo regular or-
llclnl of tbe Hplscop.il church, no fori
mat Invitations will be Issilcd, but the
public Keiierftlly and nil Interested 'In'
the mission are cordially Invited to bo
present. The guild hall Is located on
tbe church lot on the corner of Tenth
avenue and I'alolo, one block miikiil of
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Alnkca and King streets. David
Cnry Peters, minister; lesldonce.
Sixth nvenuo, Kalmukl; telephone
The Hlblo school, n school wbeio
the Hlblo Is taught nnd studied, YvV
G. Hall superintendent, opens Sunday
morning nt 9:45. h" -"
Tho minister's morning sermon, tho
fourth one In the series "The Church's
Message to Herself," will bo upon
tho subject, "The Church nnd tho
Our Sloan mission, W. C. Wcedon
superintendent, meets at tho mission
(Continued from Pag 1)
Purser l'lillllps spent somn days ut
the volcano. He states that tho 1 u'KO
slccl vvlro cable which bud been
stretched across tho pit of lire, n ml
at the time of Its Installation was sev
eral hundred feet aliovo tho molten
masM, was purled through iictu.il con
(net Willi Hie spurting Invn, which bus
for some vveel.s been In u violent statu
of ncHvity Jels of Invu uro now sent
into the nir tor llfly or more feet, l'lill
llps saw live icpariitii (.inters ut vvoik
during the t lino that be spent ut tho
eiater. Old Faithful iipjienrs to bo
tho storm center III llio eruption, nulla
tbe fountains nf Invu seem to cnrlrcbi
the larger geyser und finally spend
their forco near tho sides of tho crater.
Aecordlpi; to reports received utllo-))
nolulu this morning, the cntlm surface.
of the pit Is one mass of fire. . Tho,fevv
small Islands heretofore present Imvo
It will r reiiininbcreit that vvhoii
P,rofcss(ir Pcrri-t sailed for tho main
land, bo ventured the prediction that
house, Kewalo, at 3 p. in'. Itosldonts ,ho m"nth of December tiilKlit prcMiirn
of thnt section of tho city aro C0I "'"' "''"vlty In strj. for Kllauwi. II..
c!,i!dyre,',nvfr ,, Mr-w,i,h HK'r
children, for nn honest study or tho Thc ,.lva , lonn,w r Klbuiea bus
:, ' rli.cn some tun hundred feet within tlm
loung pcoplos nicotine, 0:30, In. past thirty dnys, according to iiu.su
the church. itwlm hnvo Just returned friW tlm si-ene
Sanitation and health measures
have been forwarded throughout tho
week by the odlclals In .charge. A
tour of tho markets nf tho city has
been made and everything found to
bo in fairly good 'sbnpo. City und
County Physician- Wayson has been
giving the markets u good share of
his time, and tho results uro seon In
tho clenullness, compared with con
ditions ii few mouths ago.
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No. 19 IS THE PRIZE WINNER
Holder of ticket 19 won tho breeding
pen or thoroughbred chickens offered ut
Ihe poultry show.
Waakli Bulletli II er ytar
other Episcopal churches In the city
thoro will bo tho usual Christmas
scrvlcos on Sunday 'und the Christ
mas trcos for tho younger members
ot tho congregations on other days
or tho week,
Services at St. Andrew will be
held at C, 7, 9:15 and il, the last
named being the most Important ono
of tho duy, when Bishop Itestarlck
will prcuch tho sermon, special muslo
being given under the direction of'
Tho Christmas tree took place last'
evening ut Parish Hall, as will those
of somo ot tho other churches ot this
At' St. Clement's tho services of
tho season will commonco at 7 In tho
morning of Sunday, with tho prin
cipal ono at II, morning prayer und
sermon by tho pastor.
Doth the Chinese and Hawaiian con
gregations of -Heveronds Koug and
Kroll will have -service's on Sunday
at the same time us thoso In tho
other churches, Christmas trees being
had for the chlldtcn in each of theso
St. Elizabeth's services for tho
morning will be prayer and com-
inunlnn, vvilh tin sermon al 10:30.
n tho nftornoqn thorn' will ueR(UT
Ices and u party for tho Korean con-
Astiuiioinlciil conditions ut tho picxcnt
are said lo be such Hint would Indle.itii
u further rlso In tho hci of Imrnlntf
Invu, followed by nil ovirllow Into llu
lemaiiniuii. The spectacle Is prououmc.l on awe
Insph'luK one, and to the vlslllug wili
er. s who huvn been s.ij.iiirnlnir ut the
volcano It Is a sIkIiI that wjll long, ho
Tho minister will glvo tho annual
Christmas messago in the evening
sermon, if you're kind' o' homesick
because you are away from homo und
can't Join with the loved ones around
the Yulo log us ufore, como here.
Join with us; some of us Imvo a kin
dred feeling. It'll help.
' Tho Christian Church bcllovcs that'
It Is not necessary lo modlify tho
teaching of Christ to fit the nge, but
tho ago to fit the teaching of Christ.
... u...Ur u nnu no correct solution A cl.lro wlM ,, B,VCI1 ,,.. r.
iwBiiioui ceuuiry prooiom. ternoon nt 3iS0 by Hev. (1 T. Weav-
Honolulu residents and tho sojourn- n. ,, , 0 ' ,'ark in
pro among us who nro Interested lnj? , , , . ,-o , ,,,, ll. ,, " '
vvorlh while HHugs are Invltcd to JnriLZu V ""
Tli'e stranger will find here such ' , ?"". """ "'" ' Tr""'. " -friendliness
that ho .will forgot that I " ' , . T T?, "V", l'n,BH1 ""
ho Is a stranger. I A cnrdl.il Invitation h extended
M' ...I' JHIU.IC.
HOME OF TRUTH LECTURE.
t FIHHT JT. K. t'lllJIICII.
Comer Ileretunln nvenuo und Vlc
torln street." Pastor,' Hev'. H. Klmor
amlthr pursomigo itdlolnlng church.
8undny school, 9:45 n. m.: men's
clnss, JLO.MO a. in.; morning sorvlco,
ii n. m.; Kpwortli l.i-ague, 6:;
30 p. in.:
evening service, 7:30 p. m.
8Uwrlntcndont Trent oxnects to
havo u large turnout at Sundnv
school Sunday morning; special
Christmas service.. Tho men's ein
has a special Christmas discussion In 'j
preparation, and a largo turnout Is
oxpectod.-Hpv. H.1 Wmor Smith will
take for his mibjpet Sunday" morning,
"Tho Christmas star," and In tho
evening tho Hev. I.. V. Tuyjor, chap
lain of tho fleot Jn port, will load tho
service. Chorister Hudson will giro
special ni'slc n't both sorvlces.'-
A cordial "invitation is extended to
all to'uttcaid olir services. ''
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