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The Pacific commercial advertiser. [volume] (Honolulu, Hawaiian Islands) 1885-1921, December 26, 1894, Image 3

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POOR CHILDREN REMEMBERED,
The Kanehameha Boys Give
Entertainment for Then.
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School IJl! rtftyrl ami the Students
Saojr A Choru f from the Sun
day Stliool fechoUrt of t b- J'alaum
Churrlt Kirrrir ' at the MUtloti.'
The kindness and hospitality of tia
tive Hawaiian was very pleasingly
demonstrated on Christmas Kve at the
little Palama Chnrcfc, back at the lie
form School, where the boys"of Kame
hameba had placed a Christmas tree,
and where they rendered a moat en
joyable programme all for the pleas
ure and benefit of the poor children.
About fifty boy9 and girls with their
parents and friends, together with the
Kamehameba students, gathered long
before 6 o'clock, the appointed hour,
and filled all the seats, so that many
who came later were obliged to stand.
From the center, of the room .that
constitutes the whole chqrch hung a
lantern. Under ylt -was the - candle
lighted Christmas tree, laden with
bags of candy, dolls and other articles
designed to gladden the hearts of those
children who were there to celebrate
for the first .time in .their Jives .the.
birth of Christ." Back of the tree was
tha pulpit. draped with white bunting,
upon which were the words "Merry
Christmas" worked in ferns.
After a stirring piece by the Kame
hameba band, Mr. i'abee, on behalf of
the teachers and boys of Kameha
meha, made an address of welcome in
native, saying in part: "Dear child
ren, we wejconieiyop ibere tonight.
We extend to yoUj our i good wishes
and our greatest gpd will. J We boys
are children with you, and we have
come to celebrate and enjoy with you
this happy event this Christmas eve.
I have oge,-thlngmoxe,to eay, and
that Is, welcome againA1
An octette from Kamehameba ren
dered "Joy to the World," delighting
the listeners, after which Mr. William
Makakoa told the story of the firat
Christmas in a style that pleased and
charmed the children. He finished in
a sweftt and simple manner with the
words: "If you catch the meaning of
Christmas you cannot but rejoice.
We are here to rejoice, and we are go
ing to see that your hearts are filled
with rejoicing along with ours."
Several other talks were given, all
of which contained good wholesome
thought and sound advice.
Perhaps the feature of the pro-
- gramma. waa.the .eiagins by .a chpw J
of twenty-nve girls ana ooys, mem
bers of the Palama Church Sunday
School. No school in Hawaii could
produce any better singers. Their
voices blended in the most charming
manner, and the tounds, produced
were sweet and sympathetic.
The band played a rain, and then
the Kamehameba boys proceeded to
'unload'! the tree, giving, each little
child a bag of candy, or a doll, or
some other little artieie oi remem
brance. .I. .' '
AT THE CHINESE MIS 9 1 OX.
The Christmas exercises of the Chi
nese Mission schools were held on Sat
urday evening at the Chinese Church
on Fort street. The place was crowd
ed. The exercises were airecteu ny r .
W. Damon and were greatly enjoyed
by the audience. There were twenty-
eight numbers on the programme, all
of which were carried out in a very
creditable manner. ' ,
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'" AT T IT E ' J A FAS ES E METHODIST."
The . JaDanese Methodist Episcopal
Church gave aChristmas; entertain
ment to its members wasv evening.
The little hall on Alakea street was
decorated witli maile, ferns, palms and
pink flowers. 0 On the wall to the right
were the words, "God is Love," in
Japanese, and made out or cocoanut
leaflets.. In a corner rUear the pulpit
was a Christmas tree, under which
were the presents for the congregation.
Kverybouy present" spent a most en-:
lovable evening. -; - '
SANTA CAUGHT FIRE.
Bat Kindergarten .Children Got Pres-.
' "ents Just the Same.
.Christmas merriment ("wlth a real
I ; tfue Hanta Claui were the features of
'' last - evening's entertainment atfthe
Japanese mission on Nuuanu street.
The hall was decorated with lanterns
and a profusion of ferns and palms.
On the wall at the rear of the hall
were the mottoes, "Peace on Earth,
Gcod Will to Man" and "Merry
Christmas" made In letters of green.-
The Christinas tree was fairly loaded
down with dolls and toys for the chil
dren besides many pleasant reminders
oX the day for the older .ones. The
programme was as follows:
1. Hymn No. 61 Congregation
2. Prayer Bev. Jiro Okabe
:5. Shout the Glad Tidings" Choir
4. Scripture Beading
Mr. K. Okumura
5. Hymno. 2 ; Congregation
6. Hongs Klndenrarten Children
7. Beading . Mr. Y. Sasajiraa
S. Anthem uHark ! The Herald
Angels Sing....- Choir
. K Address. -Bev. Jiro Okabe
t A . .'.'. . Christmas Tree. ' '.; .
The kindergarten children, many of
them clad in the native dress, carried
out their parts very correctly and
prettily. .After the exercises the pres
ents were distributed by Mr. Collaco
in the garb of Santa Ciaus.. Getting
too near the candles his costume
caught fire, and Santa's identity was
quickly revealed. Mr. Collaco suf
fered a slight initiryt? his hand.-? The
children went home loaded down mth
presents, a greater part of which had
.been furnished through the liberality
of MravFuJU. After the1 distribution
of presents refreshments were served.
SANG CHRISTMAS SERVICE. !
Fashionable Audience at the Episco
pal Chcrch.
The festival of Christmas i always
observed In the Episcopal churche by
special services and appropriate muic.
t St. Andrew's Cathedral thoerv-k-esrea!!j
fnjinenctd -oir Monday'
eytnln when' numbtrofhrlsnpa.i
carols were well sung by the" boy
choir to a large and attentive congre-"
gation.
Ori Christmas da' thtre were two
celebration of Holy Commuuion at
.:30 a. w. and G:liO a. m., at which the
liev.Mr. Mackintosh and Bishop Willi-officiated
respectively. At 9:30 a.
m., the service of the second congre
gation, the Cathedral was crowded in
every part with a very fashionable
congregation. Mrs. President Dole
occupied a front seat. The music, as
announced 'In this paper on Monday
morningrwas fine and excellently
sung by the choir of mixed voices.
The solo In the "Anthem" was
sweetly sung by Mrs. Edward Tenney.
Other soloists were Mrs. Jarrett Lewis,
Miss Von Holt, Messrs. Charles Booth
and Ernest Boss. The sermon was
preached by the Bev. Br. Mackintosh
from the text, 'And the angel said
unto them, Pear not, for, behold, I
bring you good tidings. For unto ybu
is born this day, in the city of DavidJ
a Saviour."
At 11 o'clock the Bishop's congrega
iion had a full, choral service. The
psalms for the day were chanted and
the) special-' Christmas hymns sung
jylth muchbrightness. The Bishop
occupied" the' "pulpit, preaching a dis
course from the words, "And the word
was made flesh and dwelt among us.'?
A service in Hawaiian was one of the
features of the afternoon, quite a large
number, of infanta being. baptized by
the Bev. V. II. Kitcat, and at 7:30 p.
m. tho last service .ol i the, day was
held. Wray Taylor, the organist, pre
sided at the organ bench 'at all the
services.
DEBATER'S CELEBRATE.
N ew Society Launched, Intp Activity
j j jVith Apprcrpf xat jJxcjrses.
The Chinese -llngirBhl Debating
Society held their opening day exerj
cises jeiterday,, Vt- '
Tfie' 'demonstrations began at 7
o'clock in the morning in the com4
fortable Clnb rooms at the corner of
King and Kekanlike streets, at which
time a flag was raised over the build
ing, and a myriad of Chinese exploj
eives were set oH. I
An adjournment was made until
noon when a general gathering was J
held in the Club rooms, lhe meet
ing was addressed by Mr. Frank
Damon, Chinese Commercial Agent
Goo Kim, Wong Quai, Law Chung
of Wing Wo Tai Company and
others, after which the society of
3f tymembef srwithTMheir rifrvited
guests sat down .to a bounteous re
past prepared for the occasion.
Light refreshments and genial con
viviality were the order of the after
noon and evening, withal making: a
most successful launching of this
new societyjnta active being.
WHITNEY' S
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Oar assortiEfcnt is
th best.
Toys ;
Our prices are the
LOWEST of any in
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Toys
They ara going fast so
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to BUY NOW, and
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24th p. m.j as oar best
things will be sola
before then.
WHITNEY' S
Toys
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."GIpviH'el Fine
Theo. H. :
Oak Screens,
Fiue Easels, ; r - : -;"
' - Plain Lamps, ;
7 - Rocking: Cliairs,
Crockerj
Royal Worcester,
i v-f. Crown. Derby, y;:--
Glassware in ! '
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Viel vet Pile .Center Rugs,
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A Large' sbHment in Fancy Plates" Plaques, Clips
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DOLLS, TOYS,
The Largest Variety and Lowt
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65 LARGE CASES received ex S. S. Alameda and more to arrive by the S.S.
Australia December 1st. A.;
r- ALL GOODS were personally geJected from. the r manufactures agents in New
York, and comprise a complete assortment of most Desirable Articles for Xmas
Gifts too numerous to mention in this advertisement. r - A :.
BOOKS. The'peneral verdict is : that we are showing this season, ; the finest
assortment ever offered for sale in this market. Our 25c. line of pull cloth
bound will astonish you. They are beauties. ' la ; .AAi'. .
Xmas Cards, -Artistic Calendars, New Year Cards
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The largest and finest line lo ; select 1 from ' in 'this -'city; - '
AEOLIAN ORGAN. If you havent seen this wonderful Iusicial . Instru
ment, it will pay you well to call and examine it. i ' 1 ' ' ' 1 ' 1 ' : - 1 : : ' 1 ; ! 1 : ; .
; N. B; No trouble to show goods, everybody welcome.1 1 T - 4 - ' ' .
REMEMBER THAT THE LARGEST STOCK AjND THE
LOWEST PRICES ' V '"' ...'"
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THE HAWAIIAN : NEWS
LIMITED.' "
SOMETHING NEW !:
Mexican
VERY FINE.
Said to be Super
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Fancy Tables, f
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Cut Glass Decanters;
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Linoleum, Etc, Etc.
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Door-'Mats in Laie Variety;
andi Saucers,, tq -be sold
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AND-
TEAS.
CEYLON. FLOWERY ' ? ORANGE
; i PEKOE in 5 , pound boxes and in
. quantities to suit.
ASAM PRIMROSE in 25 pound boxes
and in quantities to suit.
ENGLISH BREAKFAST CONGO in
5 pound Boxes and quantities to suit.
SHILLING'S BLOSSOM in canisters of
1 pound each.
COMET OOLONG in 15 ' and 30 pound
A- boxes. ' ; ..
SILVER STATK OOLONG in 18 and
36 j ound boxes.
FORMOSA OOLONG; .inj
boxes. -
5 ;Tound
JAPAN UNCOLORED in .5
boxes.
pound
JAPAN,-YOUNG HYSON in .5 pound
;,: .,, boxes .and in quantities to suit.
CHINA, different grades in chests. .
HENRY MAY & COS BLENDED in
quantities to suit.
Shortly Expected,
CHOICE TEAS FROM KONA
KOISTA. COFFEE.
FINE OLD SELECTED in bags of 100
. . pounds each.
FINE SELECTED, 1 year old,
bags of 1C0 pounds each.
in
ROASTED LSD GROUND COFFEE a
specialty; roasted and ground
dailv.
. OrjOR SALE BY
HENRY MAY & CO,
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Tea : Dealers : and' : Coffee
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FORT " STREET.
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Beautiful Copper and
BRASS
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5 O'Clock Teas
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cpldble presexitmt a small cottnothing
Btrikestis as betrfmore apprbptiate f par
ticularly, here,' Fbere' altenioon teas are
the rul.rathex than exccpticwiio i ?Y;'
4 Take our suggestion : Your friend will
W 'delighted with one. . ori' Christmas
.uurui, ;iuu iier yappy giYing uer
one. :Tiiy ccflt,you.ali9s.Uoihjp
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Importers,
Hardware and
General
Merchandise
Why not bay useful things
for Christmas presents? They
are just as welcome then, as
at any other time, and, serve
the purpose for which they
were intended. Does it strike
you as a sensible idea? ; , t
What is more suitable for a
holiday, gift than THE WIL
COX' & GIBBS light running
AUTOMATIC SEWING
- MACHINE.
" FEATHER DUSTERS,
; IiAMPS, CUTLERY.
A nice Chamois Skin or
Carriage Whip; . a light DOG
CHAIN that wil I s t a nd a t e n
sile strain of 1500 &: This is
some ming new and decidedly
the strongest chain of its kind
made. You need a Step Lad
der when you fix up your
Christmas Tree. Pocket Knives
for the little ones; Razors for
the older ones. COOKING
UTENSILS and HOUSEHOLD
goods for the home. Do not
some of these useful things
impress you as acceptable
presents?
Would not a LIFE INSUR
ANCE POLICY in the NEW
ENGLAND MUTUAL be a joy
forever or a FIRE INSUR
ANCE POLICY in the ETNA
be a welcome gift?
LTseful things always have a
value and are always welcome.
CASTLE & COOKE.
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