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TILE PACIFIC COMMERCIAL, ADVERTISER: HONOLULU, APRIL 15,
1895. BEST MADE IN THli WO , LD, (JUANlt I It. I ."! EASIER SUNDAHBSERVANCES, Appropriate Services Held in Hono lulu Churches. Communion and Song Service at tst. Andrew's Central "I'nion and rortnguesc Mission. Appropriate Easter services were held throughout the churches of the city yesterday. Beautiful decorations of Easter lillies and other flowers together with the special music, gave the usual Eas ter brightness to the day. At the morning service of the Central Union church music specially ap propriate to the day was rendered by a large chorus choir. Miss Grace Richards assisted, and dur ing the offertory rendered a pleas ing solo. Rev. Mr. Birnie in his discourse dwelt upon the rise and advance of the Christian Church as tvnified in the resurrection of -j i Christ. At 3 o'clock in the after noon the special service of the Ho nolulu Commandery was held. st. andbew's cathedral. The soecial services on Easter Sunday at St. Andrew's Cathedral were all largely attended. As is cutomary at this church, the first service took place on Saturday, Easter eve at 7 :30 o'clock. There was a good attendance and the music was well sung by a surpliced choir of boys. At the conclusion of the service a procession was formed and the choir marched around the church singing the hymn "Onward Christian Soldiers." Easter Sunday opened brightly, and at the first service at 5 :30 a. m., celebration of the Holy Com munion, a large number of com municants were present. The Rev. Alex. Mackintosh was the cele brant. At 6 :30 o'clock there was another celebration of the Holy Commun ion, when over a hundred persons partook of the sacred elements. The Bishop celebrated, assisted by the Rev. V. H. Kitcat. This ser vice was fully choral throughout. At 9 :30 o'clock a very large con gregation attended. Specially pre pared music was rendered at this service by the choir of ladies and gentlemen. The various choruses were all eung with much spirit. Miss McGrew sang the soprano T J 'I I! SI Siil If rifflfft' Mi UA. . 4 - i ' i liH e, 1 1 i i It n S m 'in, .7 .,7! i i n UJf: 11 hi IS I I 1 I I it U.U9 ' V'-.; ' M . 1. i.; fast-. .96llW lv0 ill . sr - mm mm i , w i a - 4-7 ;FTT M YEA,, UHESTANDADiR PURITY INVENTED IZrf AXING POWDER ALL . OTHERS ARE IMITATIONS. EVENING DRESS AND H0ME GOWNS. At the left is a white silk niuslin evening dreafl ati, !i silver lint's. Down the skirt on each side is a puffing of pale pink tulle. The sl eves and coi sage have the same puffings. In the center is a princess home gown t tl,i-k two toned satin dachesa. At the right is a prune cloth home dress with slashed tLs of heavy corded ailk. NEW GOODS ! THE VERY LATEST MATERIALS AND DESIGNS ! SHOT TAFFETA SILKS I Figured Taffeta Silks in Waist Patterns. Printed French Percales, Dresden Muslins, AN ELEGANT LTNE OF New White Goods PliAIDS AND STRIPES Denim for Fancy Work. A variety of Shade? in Denim, used for Fancy Work. Carriage Parasols, Carriage Parasols, in Black and White. NEW WINDSOR SCARFS, AT N. S. SACHS', 520 Fort Street Honolulu solos with much taste and skill, I and was very successful in pleasing giving much who attend ner sweet voice nleasure to those ed. Mrs. George Ross rendered a contralto solo excellently, and the other soloists Miss Patch, the Misses Hart, Messrs. Charles Booth, C. Jackson and Ernest Ross also acquitted themselves with credit. An appropriate Easter th anniflnce. The church choir added much to the occasion By an thems. Prof. De Silva very accept ably played the opening voluntary. In reference to the awarding of the Bibles, it will be of interest to know that two Bibles had been sent to this Sunday school by the Portuguese Sabbath school at Jack- sermon was preached by the Rev. I eonville, Illinois, to be given to Mr. Mackintosh. At the conclusion of this service there was another celebration of the Communion. At 11 o'clock, a full choral service, another large congregation was present. The Rev. Kitcat read the service and the Bishop delivered the discourse. The feature of this service was the thoroughly hearty singing by the choir of men and boys, the congregation joining in the hymns. The singing of the re learners of the greatest number of verses. The winners were Louise Dias and Mary Felippe. They were presented by Pastor Soares. It must have been a satisfaction to the ones who prepared the exer cises to hear the comments of pleasure close. made by visitors at the CHILDREN'S SOCIETY. Deum, a composition by Sir John Several Interesting Papers Read. Stainer, was very fine. In the afternoon there was a service in Hawaiian, the Bishop delivering the address. The festival was brought to a close by services in the evening by both congrega tions. Wray Taylor presided at the organ at all the services during the day. The decorations consisted of handsome bouquets of calla lillies on the altar, and potted ferns and palms placed in an at tractive position on either side of the altar table. PORTUGUESE MISSION. Rev. Higgins Active Member. The adjourned meeting of the Ha waiian Missions Children's Society was held Saturday night at the resi dence of Dr. Hyde. About forty members were present. Over $150 was pledged at the meet ing. Rev. J. H. Higgins, who re cently married Mrs. Judge McCully, was elected an active member. The Maile Wreath committee pre sented papers by Mrs. J. M. Whitney on "Egoism and Altruism;" Rev. Kennith Duncan on "A Character Butter, Butter, Butter, Very choice Table butter from Puu O Malei Dairy. GOOD TABLE BUTTER FROM KONA. GOOD COOKING B OTTER FROM KONA Received every week. FRESH BLOCK BUTTER FOR TABLE GOOD BLOCK B OTTER FOR COOK ING Received every steamer. M0f For sale at low rates by H. May & Co. 3956-1m THAT YOUNG MAN PRETTY FEET ought to be prettily shod. The law of harmoDy requires it. An ugly shoe on a handsome foot wonld be incongruous. Shapely feet were never cover ed by more artistic creations than we are now showing in our large stock that's a veritable panorama of novelties. But just as long lived beauty is most prized, a handsome shoe that also has the quality of wear is most to be sought for. Oar shoes are, because there's nothing in leather in this town, either prettier to see or better to wear. A good shoe is a constant satisfaction. SO BE IN THE SWIM BY PURCHASING FROM THE cum uun COMPANY'S M A MP A f THREW Big Store Shoe, 516 Fort street . L. B. KERR Yesterday, at the Protestant Por tuguese Mission in Honolulu, oc curred Easter exercises, which were a creat credit to the Sabbath school, ten by Mrs. Judge Frear. and to the teachers who had had l Afc tbe conclusion of the papers rv nfnn00i'nn in v.onr? I oLTB. hi. iivae stated mat tne ua Study at Sea ;" and Mrs. A. B. Soares on "Some Portuguese Religious Toast." Mrs. Whitney read a lullaby writ- : - T 1 T71 i TZ S 1UC ; .rT-A had received cocoanuts from Micro congratulated at the brightness neeia to be goid for the purpose of and capabilities of their scholars, helping along the Foreign Missions. At the same time, a word of appre- The next meeting will be held at ciation must be expressed for the Prof. T. Richard's residence, Kame- great patience required to produce I hameha College. such results as were shown on this occasion. There were twenty-three exercises in all, consisting of songs, recita tions, talks, fan-drill, awarding of Bibles, etc. A kindergarten exer- Concert This Evening. The Hawaiian Band will give a concert at Emma Square this even ing, commencing at 7 :30. The (new) Uauscbud 2. Overture "Berlin Life"....Conradi 3. Fiuale "Carmen" Bizet 4. Selection "Nabucco" Verdi cise and a dialogue in Portuguese following programme will be ren- added interest. If space permitted, I aerca : it would be a pleasure to report I tart i. Fernandes, Manuel Felippe, and Gergina Dias ; also as to the solo of Louise Dias and accompanying chorus, u I want to be an angel," sung by three of the smaller chil dren, was very well done. Recita tions by classes were upon " For Us," "Our Father, We Thank Thee," " Go Quickly and Tell My Disciples." The fan-drill brought out the great truth, M God is Love," it? PART II. 5. "Melodies of Northern Europe1 " Kuhner b. Marcti "Palolo" (by request)... Berger 7. Dance " Manzanillo " (by re quest) Rosa S. Waltz "Makee Island" Berger "Hawaii Ponoi." Doesn't look embarrassed. He is looking forward toward a pleaeant evening. He knows his dress is exactly what it should be as the suit was made by us. Just in The latest in Suitings and Trouserings, imported direct from Eng land and France. Big cut in prices. MEDEIROS & CO., S. Becker, Manager. Hotel street, opposite King Bros. THE EAGLE HOUSE NUUANU Drummond & Johnson, AVENUE, Proprietor. FIRST-CLASS FAMILY HOTEL Rooms en Suite or Single. Detached Cottages C onnected With the Home. Oar table is supplied with the best the market affords. QUEEX STREET, - HONOX.UIiI7. IMPORTER OF European and American Dry Goods Just to Hand: New Suitings, Serges and Tailors' Requisites, Denims, Drills, Flannels, Blankets, White Cottons, Towels, Mos quito Nets. DRESS GOODS. Victoria Lawns, India Linens, Nainsooks, Lace Stripes, Sateens, Cotton Pongees. GIISfGrlrT-A M"S. Handkerchiefs, Hosiery, Ribbons, Laces, Flowers and Feathers; Sailor Hats; Silk Handkerchiefs and Shawls; Buttons; Braids. SOLE AGENT FOK THK Celebrated "Pearl" Sewing Machines Embracing all the Lategt Improvements and Attachment. L. B. KERR, QUEEN STREET, HONOLULU. Rates : $2 per da; $12 per week ; $45 per month. M. 17. Drummond, L, M. Johnson. 3958-y PORTS OF OAHU. Steamer Waimaoilo, John Calway, Captain. Quick dispatch for Waianae, VN aialua and Waimanalo. Orders at Ti lephone92. 3929-3m BARGAINS ! -:- BARGAINS ! ! FOR THREE DAYS ONLY, THURSDAY, FRIDAY AND SATURDAY APRIL izth, nth AND 13th, Household Goods at a Sacrifice Table Linen, Napkins, White and Colored Bedspreads, Sheetings and Cottons, Ready-made Pillow Cases, Mosquito Netting, Toweling.Etc. Two Days Only ! Don't Forget the Dates ! -o- M. S: LEVY, Fort Street. Call and get Prices and Examine Goods Join the Columbia Bicycle Club. earaoce Sale! COMMENCING March. 1st AND t'OXTINVING FOK 30 DAYS ! I Am Overstocked. Everything, including shelres and counters aro loaded with goods. I Must Have Room and have marked prices down to inaugurate a Great Kale. Special Sale of some article each day, which will be displayed in the window each day prior to the day of sale. This will be a grand lime for for (he people of Honolulu to secure bargains. AMOSKEAG GINQ11AM8 14 YARD8 FOR $1. Don't Forget the Date MARCH 1st. Temple of Fasti 10D, M. G. SILVA, Prop. NO SIGN OF PEACE. TTTK WA R between Ja pan and China is still on, although active work in the field has been sus pended until spring. Through my agents, I made arrangements before war wa3 declared for an immense stock of goods to be shipped as I re- ?uired, consequently I can af ord to sell at the same low figure. Ex Bentala received a con signment of goods comprising all the latest and freshest de signs in Dress Goods, Scarfs, Morning Gowns for ladies and gents, Silk Kimonos, Smoking Jackets, Silk Pajtimas, Japa nese and China Ware. Screens, Portieres, Lamp Shades, etc. The latest thing in Lacquer Ware, is the Cherog Lacquer made up in handsome designs which cannot help to please the most fastidious. t3F Remember, I have the leading store for first-class Japanese Goods. . DAI NIPPON, HOTEL STREET, ARTNOTON BLOCK. MRS. J. P. P. COLLACO, Proprietress. The above is our special brand of SAFETY MATCH. First-class in quality. Controlled by ourselves only and at prices to suit the times. CASTLE COOKE L'D. 3860-tf The Advertiser and Gazette 00 ale at Hilo, J. A. Martin news agent.