Newspaper Page Text
THE PACIFIC COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER, HONOLULU, AUGUST i, 1901.
Laces Laces Laces 5000 Pieces of Lace Edgings and Insertion On Special Sale :o: VALENCIENNES, EDGING AND INSERTION 15c, 20c, 25c, 35c, 65c, $1.00, $1.25 per dozen yds. These goods are the best value we ever handled. m -:o:- Enough said Ladies! Millinery Department ON SHOW THIS WEEK ' Choice Importations of NOVELTIES IN MILLINERY TRIMMINGS, comprising French Flowers, Wreaths and Sprays lovely goods specially imported for prevailing Frame Hats. Hosiery and Underclothing Our Stock in this Department is now very complete. Prices Lowest in the City. For A 1 Value ome to our Store T iii B, KERB LIMITED. SALVATION MENCONFEH Officers of Army Discuss Many Methods. CO., Queen St., Honolulu. JAS. F. MORGAN, U-NEE-D A mm ana Brofc 8F 65 QUEEN STREET, P. O. Box 594. Telephone 72. The largest attended conference in t V. .. QnnQta r . r Vi . . A .... , . . 1. TT.. - an Islands met today in the reception room of the Women's Home. There were two sessions, the morning one commencing at 10 o'clock and the after noon at 2 o'clock. Major Wood called the meeting to order and after short devotional exercises introduced Colonel French, who proceeded to lay down the plans or lines upon which the confer ence would run, and these lines were: first, information; second, inspiration. It was not altogether as a legislative body that they were met, for laws were already made; the thing sought was how to better carry them out, how to direct efforts to better advantage. Each person present should endeavor to both receive and give information that would be mutually beneficial for the advancement of the war; and then he believed that this would be a means of inspiration to all. Major Wood was called upon to re port upon the year's progress. He pointed out for the encouragement of those present the advances which had been made. There had been increases on almost every line; the membership had gone up; the number of workers augmented; circulation of literature doubled, while the attendance - at the Sunday schools had been more than ti-hipii The ,-rt-dit for all this he gave to the workers present, who by their self-denying, hard labor bad made such a report possible. Colonel French then took ud several points of the Major s report, congratu lating the command upon the progress made,' he assured them of the great in terest which was being taken in the work here by. those in authority upon the Mainland. He very judiciously touched upon the matter" of the health of the worker, pointing out the great necessity for as tar as possiDie con serving the strength, and while between wearing out and rusting out he would always choose the former, 'he urged that every proper care of the heali should be taken. The conference adjourned at noon for luncheon; reassembling again at 2 p. nu, it continued sitting until 4:30 p. m. The subject under discussion was that of the Sunday schools and Young People's work. In a vary exhaustive address lasting an hour and a half Col. French dealt very thoroughly with this department. Asking the question, "What is the Junior work?" he replied by sketching its four sections. First, the company meeting where Bible truths are taught; second, the salva tion meeting where these truths are applied to the child's every-day life; third, the Band of Love, taking in drills, games, trade schools, gymnas tics, to meet the social and physical side; and fourth, the Corps Cadet Bri gade for handling the children between the ages of 12 and 18. Secondly, he dealt with "Why it should be done," and lastly "How to successfully en gage in it." In the course of his very able talk he pointed out that statis tics proved that the majority of Chris tians were converted in early life and that after the age of 25 or 30 the chances became very slim of persons turning to God. An ounce of prevention was worth a pound of cure, and the best method to deal with the stream of drunkenness and sin was to go to the fountain head and save the children. A general discussion of the subject in which the majority of those present took part closed this session. In the evening the Army divided its forces ad held two street meetings one held forth oyer in Palama, where a Maui delegate, Mr. Kiyota, gave a good talk in Japanese; the other open air was at the usual stand. Quite a number of men from the U. S. S. Pet rel and the transport Thomas were pres ent in the inside meeting. After the usual testimonies Col. French preach ed from the text, "Look unto me and be ye saved all -ye ends of the eartn.-' Two more sessions of the conference will be held today. At night a "Mu sical Cyclone" will'be upon the boards. THIS DAY. Auction Sale OF FERNS AND PLANTS! ON THURSDAY, AUGUST 1. AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M., At my salesroom, 65 Queen street, I will sell at public auction a large and select assortment of fernB, palms and plants of many varieties. JAS. P. MORGAN, AUCTIONEER. BiSGll it or Jim m Or some other kind jf Biscuit or Wafer SUCH AS law CHAMPAGNE ORANGE LEMON STRAWBERRY I VANILLA CHOCOLATE ) 1 WATER BENTS H. M. i i HIH TEA ... . i S0W FLAKE wafers ! oyster v iiuiuio OINGER ! PRETZELS I GRAHAM i I EDUCATOR Etc., Etc., Etc., Etc. n Just, received a fresh shipment of the above at HENRY MAY & CO. LIMITED TELEPHONES -22, 24 and 92. P. O. BOX 3S6. FORT STREEJ THIS DAY. ANOTHER MAN IS MISSING Yesterday's arrests included : Yong Pau, intending to commit an offense; Henry Honan, investigation; Ross, Ali ka, F. Sunderson, drunkenness; yee Tong, gambling. D. M. Kirby, a passenger on the Thomas, reported at the police station that yesterday he lost a red pocketbook containing visiting cards and a $20 and $5 bill between the Criterion saloon and King street. The following notice was posted on the bulletin board at the police station j esterday: Headquarters of the Metropolitan Po lice Detective Bureau, Washington, T. C, July 16, 1901. SAMUEL C. HANLOX. Missing from his home in this city since the 10th in stant; white, 45 to 50 years, 5 .feet 7 or 8 inches, slender build, red face, black hair, dark moustache tinged with gray, navy blue coat, light pants, white straw hat, black low shoes, is a printer by trade, and is said to have had between $60j and $700 in his possession. Please have inquiry made among all printing offices, hospitals and search death and arrest records. If located kindly telegraph RICHARD SYLVESTER, Major and Superintendent. Auction Sale OF Hawaiian Mats ! ON THURSDAY, AUGUST L AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M., At my salesroom, 65 Queen street, I will sell at Public Auction a number of HAWAIIAN MATS In good order. JAS. F. MORGAN, AUCTIONEER. Rubber tireQ ALL SIZES. FRESH STOCi Hi it 'J Z 0 THIS DAY. Auction Sale OP SALT SALMON! ON THURSDAY, AUGUST 1. AT 10 O'CLOCK A, M., At my salesroom, 65 Queen street, I will sell at Public Auction a quantity of SALT SALMON in barrels and half barrels. JAS. F. MORGAN, AUCTIONEER Auction Sale OF Treasury Stock in the City Mill Co,, Ltd. ON TUESDAY, AUGUST 6. AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON, At my salesroom, 65 Queen street, Hq nolulu, I will sell at Public Auction, by order of the treasurer, Mr. C. K. AI 60 Shares of the Treasury Stock of the CITY MILL CO., LTD. JAMES F. MORGAN, AUCTIONEER JAS. JF. ffl0RG4 H ttHl 65 Queen Street. P. 0. Box 594. Ttltphfftt 7t 111 THE LATEST AND BEST. Note Compound Springs; add life and wearing qualiff, CALL AND INSPECT. PRICES RIGHT Pacific Cycle & Mfg., I 1065 FORT STREET. We have just received a fine line of Silk Goods, Jewelry, WATCHES, GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS, SILK AND CREPE KIMONOS. Th rood are all new, and of the latest pattern ASADA & CO 141 Hotel Street. It Will Pay You to Trade With Us. There is Strength and Vigor IN EVERY 1R0P. Drink the Famous Jimm mm. Sold by All Dealers. SECTIONAL BOOKCASES, OFFICE DESKS, LETTER FILES, CARD INDEXES AND SAFES shipments recently arrived and just unpacked. FOR SALE BY H. Hackfeld & Co