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Array July 15; 1894.
nnday Morning Service.
TEXT.
HEBREWS- 9: 26-
u But now ones in the end of the world hath he appeared to
fii: away sin by sacrifice of himself."
HJBJKBEWS- 9: 26.
"Wilet kile warlockle kagidsoelse geil dodo kwellarine hit
€ i hootla kun hytlahout yiikahie lese yaroughglarloot his as-
i^klebukway." *.
\ Angus
894.
Sunday Morning Service.
TEXT-  — NT 6 .1BER8- 10- 29
41 Come thou with us, an! ws grBJ &> thee good: for the Lord baife
•poken good concerning Israel/'
NUMBEHS lO 29
"Arlts gis raarlawgh do aooaoogw^rnouf, wilanough e/aytbanar
his khoW hykenaoux; ki seneluktis Bugwarte araui il Iaraelabie." 1!
In Memory
james Johnson
ORDER   OP SERVICE
MORNING.
HYMNS  ... 852,     862,    87d.
"Jesus Thy Love alone.'
Psalm   XLVI
TEXT  2 Samuel HI. 38
AFTERNOON.
Subject-- JOSHUA'S  RATTING
ADVICE. JOSHUA 24 14-25.
GOLDEN TEXT.— Josh. 24.  15.    ,
EVENING.
HYMNS  ...   206,   232,    621
Chant   18.
PSALM   XL1X
And the king said unto his servants, Know ye not that
there  is a prince and a great man fallen this day in Israel.
Wilnekine kay kingahie luk kay gegahboasie, Kusous ki
kahlah thl nox hymas owmuts wisum geh kagaedsoelse 11
Israel. Sunday; :/|JoYr.,2L 1897.
HYMNS.
MORNING.
807
Te Deum.
823
174
E7ENING
213
214
13
TEXT.^EX0DUS.-11L 3-5
3. And Moses said, I will now turn aside and see this great sight
why the bush is not burnt.
4.   And when the LOED QAw that he turned aside to see, Go<l
called unto him out of the midst of the bush, Moses-Moses".   Ancl
said, Here am I. ^ T i •
5. And he said, praw no| ifigh'nithei: put off thy sh^es fro^[ off
thy feet; lor the place whereon thou stamle.pt is holy ground.
8. Wil nekene Moses, lai^n§.daowhedena ge. owmats.BMb
[skay, mas gis geiltsgis winlige taa-m:l-kyass gege,
4. Wilet lese dookwul Hymas. Higiakie. hiedakie usdoowhe
kun dookwuilese, hpwwhilline; Hymas Higiakie hiedakieil
katis kay ma-mil-Kyass, wile neekenea, Moses. Moses, wil
neekene, Nook geda.^
5. wile neekene Kitse aka noowhalle: le gedena: dam:
-wheas kinaoux ge*i^\fpwe#s;^itik; kho^v awgvruillcise
ahow glawiese kay }r$|s tii|topi| s    \/      \J \\
ofe    1;
GOLDEN TEXT.    1 PETER 4.   16. Snnda"'
lovr. 28. 1897
MORNING.
744
23 Psm. (CHANT.)
160
479
EVENING.
763
152
808
TEXT NEH. VI. 1-3.
1. Now it came to pass, when Sanballat aiidTobiah, and Geshem
the Arabiaa, and the rest of our enemies heard tiiat I had builded the
wall, and that there was no breach left therein; (though at that time
I had not set up the doors upon the gates;)
2 Tiiat Saaballat and Geshem sent unto me, saying, Come, let us
meet together Li someone of the villages ia the plain of Ono. But they
thought to do me niscLief.
8 And I sTi t messengers unto them, saying, lam doing a great
W)rk so that I cannot come down; why should the work cease, whilst I
leave it, aud come down to you.
1 Wi et lay kwaatlas il ie, lese Sanbalkt, do Tobiah, do
Geshem kay Arabian, do kay geweiso kay kweatfabutanous
kikhowtiile kwalowsooin kay howeistels, wil gissin akulla
kay humukwassie, kuse gewealla Ik kay;  (ge kwaatlas ge ge
kusum kwathlatl kay amakdseahie Ik kay amakdseilthdum-
-merhie.    2 Wil Sanballat yappint lantla, neeke, akus, Ian-
nous kikab 11 nox guekdummehie ouddsoeise kay kaputs tu-
-kumahie Ono.    Hum kun kukooteseintla kun pallint tlawe-
.nay.    3 Wilan yappallagilsin le lahie, neethlike, Pallan kay
owmads painayhie, kuse kwillan laha, mas alka ge tlats ge
painay ge ge wassellas tlants lor tla.
GOLDEN TEXTg. ISA.41. 10. and MATT.10. 32. IT*A-MAAT
Sunday; Deer. 5. 1897
HYMNS.
MORNING-
214
Te Deum
398
746
EVENING
363
255
774
TEXT-
ACTS- X11L2.3.5.
1 Now about that time, Herod the king stretched forth his hands
i o vex certain of the church,
2 And he killed James the brother of John with the sword.
3 And because he saw it pleased the Jews, he proceeded further to
take Peter alsc.    Then were the days of unleavened bread,
5 Peter therefore was kept in prison; prayer was made without ceas
-ing of the church unto God for him.
1 Wilet wathsooe kwirl kay kwaatlasahie, Herod kay hy-
-mashie pahedie his ahisooassie kun alloowilla waks kay
church.
2 Wile thludine James kay manasuet John his kay tel-
- teloughbahnnooahie.
3 Wilet lese dookwul ahythkudsenis Jewsahie,gegloowel
thlockwelleat kun dase Peter.    Hiedakay kagaedsoelse lay
humassa gwekumkahmahie ( kuse maalaugh do yeast. )
5 Peter ahleithwoosumme luk kay woolelassahie; umyah-
haltehie kuse gwalahu luk kay church kun hidakie.
GOLDEN TEXT.   ACTS. 27. 25.
Rev.G. H.Raley.
Missionary- XT-A-
Sunday; Deer. 19. 189
i    a
HYMNS.
MOENING-
108
Chant
255
474
EVENING
773
Te Deum
763
8C8
TEXT-
GEN- 32-  24-
24 And Jacob was left alone; and there wrestled a man with Li   ,
until the breaking of the day.
24 Wile nahweisweyahine Jacob luk kay nox owgwulleisehay; Wii
dathawpbene maahlaugh do kay wisumahie ge nakwa.
GOLDEN TEXT.   KOM. 1. 16.
ANNOUNCEMENTS FOE CHEISTMAS DAY.
1 DIVINE SERVICE 10-30. A.M.
2 XMAS DINNER -HOME" 12. AM.
8 XMAS DINNER MISSION HOUSE. 2. P.M.
4 OLD PEOPLES ENTERTAINMENT  SCHOOL-
-HOUSE, AT ,4, P. M.
:*■£&
j V.'""^- -
Rev.G. H.Raley.
Mia«io
^r Sunday: Jany. 9.  1898
HYMNS.
MORNING.
744
Te Denm
160
479
EVENING.
763
152
808
TEXT. JOHN. Xlll. 15
15. For I have given you an example, that ye should do as I"
have done to you.
15. Wilan dadeenootla neice bukwa kun kwihl gattowyou kay
kun dsoo, hyke hainoks pahl kay kunne 11 hydiskwihl pahleginis
kay kun dsoo.
Rev. G. H Raley.
Missionary.
Kitamaat. KfrAttuuL-r MISSION.
Sunday:    Jany. 30.   1898
HYMNS.
MORNING.
746
TE DEUM.
910
498
EVENING.
214
DOMINUS REGIT ME.
97
24
TEXT.—NEH. V. 15.
15 But so did not I, because of the fear of God.
15 Wil kudlan yeathdzeats, 11 kay wiltkayahie kay Hymas Hygieahie.
***        *!*       <t*        *f*
GOLDEN TEXT JOHN 8. 15.
Translated and Printed by Eev. G. H, Baley. KitamaaU N. W. Coast. B,C r?
KITAMAAT MISSION
Sunday:    Feby. 6.   1898.
HYMNS.
MORNING. EVENING.
363 399
AIYAHGALA MAGNIFICAT
823 97
152 808
TEXT. GEN. XX. 3.
3 Thou shalt have no other gids before me.
8 Kitze deda wawks amahyeh kulasoo Noogwa' ms.
GOLDEN TEXT. MATT.3. 17.
Translated and Printed by Rev. G. H. Baley. Kitamaat. N. W. Coast, B.C KIT-X
Sunday: Jany. 16.  1898
HYMNS.
MORNING.
807
TE DEUM-
214
498
EVENING.
774
DOMINUS REGIT ME
213
13
%»:.
TEXT. MATT. V. 43
43 Ye have heard that it hath been said, Thou shalt love thy neighbour, and hate thifie enemy*
44 BufFsa^unto you;pbve your enemies, bless them that curse you
do good to them fchathatdfoia, and pray for them which despitefuliy use
you and persecute you;
45 That ye may be the children of your Father which is in heaven; for
he maketh his sun to rise on the evil and on the good, and sendeth rain
on the just and on the unjust.
43 Lassoo kikowteline kay nox dooteethlgutl, Tlahwenay nough kum-
tlassoo khow guekgwillootaoux, wils meiltdsoo kumtltassoo khow kwe-
kahbutta oux:       44 Wilan neethlikeenootlah, Tlahwenay nough kum
tltassoo kweahkahbuttahoux, guahts kay yochpahtahintlah pahls hyth
kunhiedohkie ungwats meiltdsoos yeksoo, wils umyahahline kay kunne
ungwats pepahl kay kundsoo yiike:       45 Wils hainoks pepahl gweh
.leets wil eyeksoo sasums kay Opbouslay higiahay: wilepahline klixu-
ahlase kim thlocwels luk kay yiikahie do luk kay hykahie wile yappaine
kay ugwayhie, luk kay kapahie do kay gis kapahie.
>■>
Eev. G. H. Haley.
Missionary, KITAMAAT MISSION.
Sunday: March 6. 1898.
HYMNS.
MORNING.
746
TE DEUM.
823
498
EVENING.
214
3Q0MINUS REGIT ME.
399
808
TEXT. PSA 72.16.
"There shall be an handful of corn in the earth upon the top of the
mountains."
"Haidatliak key khowt haaisoo hais corn ley key tukom ahey ow-
skummis wawese."
SABBATH SCHOOL.   SUBJECT;  "JOSEPH"
Rev. G. R. Haley.
Missionary.
Kitamaat. B.C. KITAMAAT MISSION.
Sunday: March 13. 1898.
HYMNS.
MORNING-.
807
TE DEUM.
744
746
EVENING.
782
PSALM XXlll.
479
13
TEXT. PSA 72.16.
"There shall be an handful of corn in the earth upon the top of the
mountains."
"Haidatliak key khowt haaisoo hais corn ley key tukom ahey ow-
skummis wawese."
SABBATH SCHOOL.   SUBJECT;  "DANIEL"
Rev. G. H. Raley.
Missionary.
Kitamaat. B.C. KITAMAAT  MISSION.
 & •
Sunday:   June 19. 1898.
HYMNS.
MORNING.
EVENING.
29
498
RESPONSES DOMINUS REGIT ME.
744 214
0 COMB, LET US WORSHIP      879
772 0, REST IN THE LORD
T"GTyrn
JCyuex J..
JAS^3. 4 & 5.
4 Behold, also the ships, which though they be so great, and are
driven of fierce winds, yet are they turned about with a very little
helm, whithersoever the govenor listeth.
5 Even so the tongue is a little member, and boasteth great things
Behold, how great a matter a little fire kindleth.
4 Doodookwas key schoonahie, owmaxtlakassooe, Wile kwalalee
yahlaina his key owmats uahlla, wile leshahlealina his key ameykun-
nous glihyilayou, 11 wah weahow ge sagh key glyhyilayhie.
5 Kwihle key killumahie ameykahnous ma, wile hykgalloodin key
owmas ma.
Printed by Rev. G. H. Ra
77 KITAMAAT   MISSION
Sunday:   Sept. 18.   '98.
HYMNS.
MORNING.
108
Chant.
29
744
EVENING.
808
KAY BUGWAHTEAHIE
500
399
TEXT.—EXQD. 2. 9.
"And Pharaoh's daughter said unto her, Take this child away, and
nurse it for me, and I will give thee thy wages. And the woman took
the child and nursed it."
"Wilet whunooks Pharaoh nieth hidakie, das geh hahbough gehgeh
gis lahakdzeuda, wils dsammamaineach kun noogwa, (wils dsedsillah.
ineach kun noogwa,) wilan datlin noogootla annahmats wil kay cuni-
mahie dah kay hahboughkwahie wile dsammamaieachie."
SUNDAY SCHOOL.        SUBJECT; II. KINGS, VI.
Kev. G. H. Haley.
Missionary. KITAMAAT   MISSION
Sunday:   Sept. 25.   '98.
HYMNS.
MORNING.
746
Chant
823
838
EVENING.
744
Anthem
608
804
TEXT.—Acts. 8. 39.
"And when they were come up out of the water, the spirit of the
Lord caught away Philip, that the eunuch saw him no more: and he
went on his way rejoicing."
"Wilet les hiedahkie iakah gehkul kay wapahie, kay Ahcelaklis
kay Bugwahtiahie dahpiue Philip, wilit kay eunuch kuse glpowel doo
kwulakay: wile lahakdsene 11 assie dahills ge hythkus.,,
SUNDAY SCHOOL.   SUBJECT;   ''BITTER WATER."
EX. XV 20—26.
Rev. G. H. Raley.
Missionary. KITAMAAT
SSION
Sunday:  Octr. 2. '98.
HYMNS.
MORNING.
Responses
646
29
EVENING.
112
Anthem
213
255
TEXT.—Prov. 1. 23.
"Turn you at my reproof: behold, I will pour out my spirit unto
you, I will make known my words unto you.
"Usdoowheat le geh niece thlokstoahla ( thlaughiththlawahine ).
yiethsiesdoot thin niece ahselakli le lohtla, pahlahtlin noo goottlah
kun kikahlioux geh bibugwahlahugwunts le lohtlah
SUNDAY SCHOOL. SUBJECT;   "A PROPHET MOCKED''
2 KINGS. II 23-25.
Rev. G. H. Raley.
Missionary. KITAMAAT   MISSION
Sunday: Ootr; 16. '98
MORNING. EVENING.
108
Baptismal
110
489
117    ,
Anthem
255
808
TEXT _Acts-XVII. 25
He 4giveth to all life, and breath, and alHhings;
Hidakie, dayt 11 wah (bugwahnum) kwellahkwBhow, do  ahspisahow,
dowahmahsoo;
SUN DAY SCHOOL. SUBJECT;...... "THE SPIKEN AR D »
JOHN. XII. 1-8.
r^ Rev. G. H. Raley.
Missionary. KITAMAAT   MISSION
Sunday: Octr. 23. '98
HYMNS.
MORNING, EVENING.
746
Te Deum.
823
838
97
Dominus Regit Me.
933
13
TEXT. . ROM. VI. 23.
"The wages of sin is death."
"Kay annahms yiikahie hidaeh thlgelayhie."
SUNDAY SCHOOL  "THE PEOPLE WHOM GOD HEARS.''
PSALM. XXXIV 4—22.
EXHORTER—EVENING —THOMAS AMOS.
EPWORTH LEAGUE SOCIAL— WEDNESDAY EVENING.
Rev. G. H. Raley.
Missionay. KITAMAAT
Sunday: NOV. 6. 98
HYMNS.
MORNING
807
Baptismal Chant.
838
823
EVENING
746    •
Pm. LXVH
933
808
TEXT.—LUKE 12.6 24.
"Are not five sparrows sold fpr two farthings, and not one of them
is forgotten before God ?
Consider the ravens: for they neither sow nor reap: which neither
have store-house nor barn; and God feedeth them. How "much more
are ye better than the fowls ?
"Sele giss segues-kums pa-pa-a-la tleyolum. kun masums cents
Willet Hymas Higiehkie giss tlilleastl miskum lahie     .
Geiyoukseas ki-kaakahie 1 gissese kwahasa wille gissen kwakguise
stoout wille gissen humzemadzelasdumnook willet. Hymas Higiehide
humsamakie sewe hygaehkowaineadz kizekwahie lautla"
SUNDAY SCHOOL. ... The " Man of Sorrows." Is. liii. 3-5, 7-10
EXHORTER-EVENING—HENRY NICE.
Rev G.  H.Raley
Missionary. "NANAKWA"
KITAMAAT.   B.C. KITAMAAT MISSION
Sunday: NOV. 13. '98.
HYMNS.
MORNING
646
Te Deum.
778
744
EVENING
105
Dominus Eegit Me.
897
18
TEXT.—ACTS. XVII. 30.
"And the times of this ignorance God winked at; but now corn-
man let j all men every-where to repeat:
"Kay  gwaahtlasahie ge gis kahi mah Hymas Hygiahie g*hide;
hum isklam gwahlumatli wah bugwahnumme 1 wah weyahow kun
eyaylieisicse."
SUNDAY   SCHOOL.... "THE TRAITOR."   JOHN XIII. 18—80.
EXHORTER-EVENING—ROBERT SHAW.
-.)
I
%
Rev G. H. Raley
Missionary. KITAMAAT MISSION
Sunday: NOV. 27. <98.
HYMNS.
MORNING.
62
Chant.
145
498
EVENING.
hn. LXVII.
804
TEXT REV. 1.7.
"Behold, he cometh with clouds; and every eye shall sea/hiiii,"
"Kak-kohdas; hidaeh ahkatle ma-ahalaugh do anuooway, wilet
wah kayakayakus doodookwullafctleh kay."
SUNDAY SCHOOL..."THE BLIND BEGGAR." JOHN IX. 1-12.
EXHORTER EVENING—BRO. G. L. ANDERSON.
SOCIAL MEETING OF EPWORTH LEAGUE, WEDNESDAY
NIGHT, AT 6. 80 P.M. REFRESHMENTS WILL BE SERVED.
ALL WELCOME.
Rev G. H. Raley
Missionary.
^ KITAMAAT MISSION
Sunday: DEO. 18. '98.
HYMNS.
MORNING.
62
Chant.
838
498
EVENING.
29
Pm. LXVII.
746
804
TEXT.—JUDGES. VII. 7
"By the three hundred men that lapped will I save you, and deliver
the Midianites into thine hand."
"His key udoopennie hundred wiassum key gillstatiahi wilan kwi-
kwellaudtlinootla, wilan daytlinootla his kay Midianites 11 haisoooux'*
SUNDAY SCHOOL..."THE GREAT LIGHT.   ISAIAH IX. 1—7.
EXHOBTER EVENING—BRO. ROBERT SHAW.
CHRISTMAS DAY.
Missionary Services next Sunday in the morning, collection aud
subscription will be taken. Special music by the choir.
Social committee Epworth League with the young men of.the Village
will decorate the church.
Rev G. H. Raley
Missionary. \
Jy 3f
'#
KITAMAAT MISSION
Sunday: -TEC. 25. '98.
H¥MN§f
MORNING.
142
The Glad Tidings.
744
Behold, Bebold.
145
EVENING.
143
The Angels Sing;
904
Hosanna in the Highest
13
TEXT MATT. 1. 21.
"And thou shalt call hisjname JESUS: for he shall save his people
from their sins."
"Sinnalautluse *kay kun dountsie JESUS: luk kweliaudetlassie
giiikgwillootassie geh kul yeaththhkgeneassie."
SUNDAY SCHOOL SUBJECT..."PRESENTS FOR JESJJS."
MATT. II. 1—15
.   EXHORTEK EVENING—BRO.THOMAS AMOS.
Collection and Subscription on behalf of the Missionary Fund will
be taken at the morning service.
r      '   ' ... ■    * ^
MONDAY. ...
Xmas. Dinner at the Home 11 A. *M.
"     . "       7    V" Mission House 12-A. M.    ;
Old peoples' Entertainment in .the Church at 4 P. M. Xmas; Tree arid
Old Father Xma's visit   5 P.M. •       *  " '      •*■.•."
TUESDAY. \ •      '•   -.;
Christmas Pie and Entertainment in the Schooi House at | P. M.
WEDNESDAY. •     •     'v \     '
Epworth League Open  Social in the Church with  MagiciLantern
Entertainment at 6 P. M.
FRIDAY! *        •
School treat *at the Home. *    '
iclj
A MERRY CHRISTMAS i/V,,
-
\ KIT AM Ui"* MISSION
Sunday: JANY. 1.1399.
HYMNS.
MORNING.
807
Besponses
Baptismal Chant
The Glad Tidings.
616
Behold, Behold.
498
EVENING-.
214
The Angels Sing.
892
Hosanna in the Highest
TEXT.^-PM. 105.37.
"He brought them forth also with silver and gold: and there was
not one feeble person among their tribes."
"Dahmwilsilleahay his do mookwiss dahlahie do kay goldhie: wil
kunox waitl bugwanum 11 kakakiskay Juklukwalatliahie.,,
SUNDAY SCHOOL SUBJECT.^fflE CREATION OF MAN."
GEN. L 16—31.
EVENING PREACHERe-BRO. G. L. ANDERSON.
EPWORTH LEAGUE—    £
DONT FORGET CONSEJ&ATION MEETING WEDNESDAY
NIGHT. I
A HMIPY NEW YEAR. KITAMAAT MISSION
Sunday: MAR. 26.1899.
HYMNS.
MORNING. EVENING.
498
Te Deum.
500
822
773
Gloria.
784
862
1st. Dox.
TEXT. HEB. II. 9.-
"Jesus—by the grace of God should taste death for every man.'1
"Jesus his kay hykgenes God puk-kah-lahie thl-ge-layhow kun wah
bibugwahnum."
SUNDAY SCHOOL..."RESURRECTION'' 16 MARK 1—8.
GOLDEN TEXT REV. 1—18.
EXHORTER EVENING—BRO. HENRY NICE.
Social Meeting Epworth League in the church Wednesday evening
at 7 o cIock.    ALL WELCOME. KITAMAAT MISSION
EASTEB SUNDAY.
APRIL. 2.1899.
HYMNS.
MOENING.
EVENING.
174
176
Responses.
Gloria
Pm. LX VII
179
160
784
175
TEXT:-—I COB. XV. 55.
"0 death, where is thy sting? 0 grave, where is thy victory?"
"0 thlgela, welahkaites kohs hantlough?   0 ahladze,  welakaites
kohs hykuweahnoug h?"
SUNDAY SCHOOL..."RESURRECTION''
I CORINTHIANS 15. 20,
EXHORTER EVENING—BRO. ROBERT SHAW.
Epworth League, Wednesday Consecration meeting new members
taking in. KITAMAAT MISSION
Sunday: APRIL. 9.1899.
HYMNS.
MORNING.
108
822
498
Te Deum
Responses
EVENING.
779
776
862
17
825
TEXT:      EX. 20. 8.
Remember the sabbath day to keep it holy.
Geeoughses kay kagaedsoelse Jehovahie knn hykkudsooous.
SUNDAY SCHOOL...THE GOOD SHEPHERD.
St. John 10. 1—16.
EXHORTER EVENING—BRO. PETER BATES
EPWrORTH LEAGUE Bro. Thomas Amos. Self Mastery
Wednesday night.    1 Cor. 9. 24—27.
BANNS
JOHN   THOMPSON   WINAHTL   AND   MARY   SMITH
UNGWAHSKUNNOK. KITAMAAT   MISSION.
Sunday:  June. 3. 1899.
HYMNS.
MORNING
744
(Responses)
Te Deum
838
746
EVENING
498
Dominus Eegit Me
97
784
1 st. Doxology
TEXT:—DEUT. VIII. 2
"And thou shalt remember all the way which the Lord thy God
led thee."
"Wils gae-euthtlina key dahillsahie kay latums mattilattoot'tl kay
Bugwahte Hymas Hygaehahkie."
SUNDAY SCHOOL ..CHRIST AND NICHODEMUS.
ST. JOHN 3. 16.
EXHORTER EVENING—BRO. ROBERT SHAW.
EPWORTH LEAGUE. CONSECRATION MEETING. m
KITAMAAT   MISSION.
Sunday:  June. 4. 1899.
HYMNS.
MORNING EVENING
744
(Eesponses)
Te Deum
838
746
498
Dominus Eegit Me
97
784
1 st. Doxology
TEXT:—DEUT. VIII. 2
"And thou shalt remember all the way which the Lord thy God
led thee."
"Wils gae-euthtlina key dahillsahie kay latams mattilattoot'tl kay
Bugwahte Hymas Hygaehahkie."
SUNDAY SCHOOL CHEIST AND NICHODEMUS.
ST. JOHNS. 16.
EXHOETEE EVENING—BEO. EOBEBT SHAW.
EPWOETH LEAGUE. CONSEOEATION MEETING. KITAMAAT   MISSION.
"HOME" Sunday
June 11.1899.
HYMNS.
MORNING
EVENING
823
TeDeum
822
Consider the Lillies.
832
479
Kay Bugwahteahie
776
Love Divine
He Loves me too
804
TEXT:
PSA.
148.12.13
"Both young men, and maidens; old men, and children."
"Let them praise the name of the Lord:"
"Wilet hihahbuks weissum, do hihahbuks kukunim; wilet neroah
kulleahic do aimays hihahbuk, hythtle hainok we agadzokw'lkh
kay dounts kay Bugwahte ahie."
SUNDAY SCHOOL
ADDBESSES BY MBS. BALEY AND MISS WALKER
EXHOBTEB EVENING—BBO. THOMAS AMOS. KITAMAAT   HOME.
CLOSING
SUNDAY.
Will commence
SUNDAY, June 11th. 1899.
10-30. SEBMON TO THE CHILDREN.
230.  ADDBESSES WILL BE DELIVEBED
BY MBS. BALEY, AND MISS. WALKEB.
7-00.  SEBMON TO^PABENTS.
TUESDAY
2-00.     SCHOOL EXAMINATION.
6-00.     BEI^NION ©JVjQLD BOYS AND GIBLS.
v
WEDNESDAY
2-00.'    EXAMINATION OF INDUSTBIES.
THURSDAY
2-30.     ENTEBTAINMENT, AND PBIZE-G1VING.
The Hoine elosds for Holidays 15th. --day'of June. ~"
KITAMAAT HOME.
ENTERTAINMENT GIVEN BY THE CHILDEEN
IN j'THE
HALL OF THE TEMPERANCE SOCIETY
ON
THURSDAY J.UNE 15th. AT 2 30 0' CLOCK.
PBOGBAMME.
BABTl
1 CHORUS
2 PRAYER
3 KINDERGARTEN SONG
4 KINDERGARTEN«ONG
5 RE< JTATION
6 QUARTETTE
7 MUSTCALDRTLL
8 KINDERGARTEN SONG
9 CHORUS
'The Land of Nod." Boys & Girls.
Missionary.
"Clapi'-'ing." Boys & Girls.
"The fitehen Clock." Boys & Girls.
^Twp little Kittens." Nancy.
"Love Divine." Grace, & Alice,
Mary Ann Morrison, & Emma,
Boys & Girls.
Girls.
Girls.
^Calisthenics.
"Pit aPat."
A Little Vccal Lesson."
10 CANTATA. "THE SPBING TIME."
songs and recitations by Angeline, Mary Cross,
Louisa, Martha Boss, Polly, Agnel,. Lily, Martha Brown, Annie,
Mary Ann Grant, Minnie, Eliza,: -Louis, Willie, George, Bobert,
Henry, Oliver, Job, Silas. "Consider the Lillies." Flora. "Consider
the Bavensy". Jeremiah* Chorus "He loves me too.". Chorus "God
is Love."
Consisting of
Lizzie,  Mary Nice It READING
12 SONG
"From Indian Lips."
"Katie's Letter."
Miss Walker.
Mrs Raley.
INTEBMISSION.
BART 2
13 INSTRUMENTAL
14 KINDERGARTEN SONG
15 MUSICAL DRILL
16 MARCHING SONG
17 SOLO
18 MOTION SONG
19 CHORUS
20 SONG
"Cyprus."
"The little House Wife."
"Swimming."
<f March, March."
"Grandmamma's Knitting."
"We March like Soldiers,
"Rub a dub dub."
"The Five Knights."
Miss Long.
"Little Girls.
Boys.
Boys.
,7 Rosie.
BJoys.
21 MOTION SONG
22 KINDERGARTEN SONG
23 KINDERGARTEN SONG
24 RECITATION
25 SOLO
26 READING
27 DUET
28 SONG
29 CHORUS
30 MUSICAL DRILL
31 CHORUS
32 KINDERGARTEN SON&
33 MOTION SONG
34 QUARTETTE
"See Saw."
"Let us all be Quiet."
"Mother's Knives and Forks,
"If I Were You."
"Over the Sea."
"(Dome Haste Away."
'* Robinson Crusoe."
^The Leaves' Party."
"Rings."
'fLaughiinr Glee."
"Guessing Game."
"The Finger Lullaby."
"The Fly."
Grace the Girls
and five Boys.
Girls.
Girls.
Girls.
Matthew.
John Amos.
Mr. Anderson.
Amelia a Flora.
Mr. Raley.
Grls.
Girls.
Boys a Girls.
Boys A Girls.
Girls.
Nancy a Minaie.
Angelina a Martha Ross.
DISTRIBUTION OF PBIZES.
GOD SAVE THE QUEEN.
Printed at Kitdmadi Mission. British Columbia. :.?"
 'f/ZJ
ONE OP OUR NEIGHBOUR'S
CHILDREN. IN NEED OP
A HOME. KITAMAAT   MISSION.
Sunday: June. 18. 1899.
HYMNS.
MORNING
807
Responses
Baptismal Chant
744
498
EVENING*
29
Hannasceise WaluKdabsahyoux
868
804
TEXT:   I PETER. 3. 13.
"And who is he that will harm y    , if ye be followers of that which
is good?" I
"Wilet ungwakie datlots tlahwenayats ahinbks lahthla mahse hyth?"
SUNDAY SCHOOL .CHRIST AT THE WELL.
John   4  1—15.   Golden text 14th. verse.
EXHORTER EVENING—BRO. PETER BATES. SITAljAATi
Sunday: MA"? 27 1900
1ST.   SUNDAY AFTER ASCENSIOW.
^>fi
HYMSB.
MOBNTNG
EVENING
646
To Deum
;;oo
62
8
GOD SAVE TfiE Q UEEN.
24
Gloria in exceisis
214
_^J 13
P3ALMS 24
TEXT:    MATTHEW. V14.
"Ye are the light of the world."
"Eyeksoo nakwuls geh guekdummeh geh geh."
SUNDAY  SCHOOL......Matt.   13; 24—33 j
Golden Text Matt. 13; 38.
HYMNS 10        123       128
EVENING SERVICE 6. 30.
TUESDAY PRACTICE.
WEDNESDAY EPWORTH LEAGUE.
FRIDAY BIBLE CLASS.
ALL WELCOME.
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GLOSXH
srgi:
Will commence
SUNDAY, June 10th 1900.
'10-30   SERMON TO THE CHILDREN.
2.-30    SUNDAY SCHOOL.
6.-30    SERMON TO PARENT.
SPECIAL MUSIC ALL DAY.
WEDNESDAY.
2-00   SCHOOL EXAMINATION    REUNION OF
OLD BOYS AND GIRLS.
THURSDAY.
2-00   EXAMINATION OF INDUSTRIES.
FRIDAY.
2-00   ENTERTAINMENT   AND  PRIZE-GIVING.
IN THE TEMPERANCE HALL.
ALL WELCOME. PEOGBAM.
PART 1
******
1 CHORUS
2 PRAYER
3 SOLO
4 RECITATION
5 DUET
6 CHORUS
7 SOLO
8 CALISTHENICS
9 ACTION SONG
10 RECITATION
11 SONG
12 ACTION SONG
13 SONG
14 POSING
15 SOLO
16 RECITATION
17 CHORUS
"SONG OP THE SHEARER"
BOYS&GlRLS.
Missionary.
"farewell to the birds7' alice.
' 'two and one" pollie.
"the fishes"      Nancy & Martha Ross.
"MR. ROOSTER AND MRS. HEN" BOYS & GIRLS.
"ali baba" Mary Ann M.
Little Boys & Girls.
"THE SPIDER '
"THE FOUR SUNBEAMS"
"PUSS IN BOOTS"
"THE FINGER LULLABYE
Boy & Girls.
Christopher.
Emma.
Little girls.
Mrs. raley.
Ada.
"ere the sun goes down" Flora amos.
"GOD WAnTS THE BOYg & GIRLS LEWIS.
"THE LITTLE SHOEMAKER" BOYS & GIRLS.
PART
******
2
18 SONG
19 RECITATION
20 DUET
22 SONG
23 RECITATION
24 ACTION SONG
25 I DONT WANT
26 SOLO
27 CHORUS
28 RECITATION
29 SONG
30 ACTION SONG
31 RECITATION
32 RECITATION
33 SONG
34 PLAY SONG
35 CHORUS
"GREETING THE SUn" MInkIE.
"FOLLIE'S BIRTHDAY" AGnES.
"BQATinG SOnG" |MARY A. & MARTHA.
Miss LonG.
"STOP, STOP, PRETTY WATER" LlZZlE.
"STAGE COACH" Bo*"4 & JfRLS.
TO PLAY IN YOUR YARD.      Mary, Lillie,
Annie, Flora, Agnes.
"robin hood" Rosa.
"THE BIRDS tlEST" BOYS &    riRLS.
"A PERPLEXING PROBLEM" ROBERT.
MR. RALEY.
'THE TWO RABBITS" BOYS & GlRLS.
Miss markland.
"mission boys & g[rls"        hsnry, george .
Luke, Chris, Martha & minnie.
"LITTLE  TOM THUMB" AnGELInA.
"DROP THE HANDKERCHIEF" GIRLS.
"GOOD NIGHT" Big girls
THE FIRE   BRIGADE BAND  HAS KINDLY   PROMISED TO
RENDER THE FOLLOWING SELECTIONS.
MARCH
WALTZ
QUICKSTEP
"LET THE BAI1D PLAY
"AT THE BALL"
"CADIT"
DOUBLE TIME
DISTRIBUTION OF  PRIZES.
GOD SAVE THE QUEEN. m
m  m
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IIP
TO^b sib y
Snnday,  Sept. &
^   1ft
oo.
jfc*
■Ptr."?.;' Pip esp* oak
MOENIWG
EYE£
255
Gloria in Exce!c;s
206
29
CXWI PSALMS
108
B~~kms regit me
210
784
CXLVIII
Jfe   «J—rle&ltjb   efU J|UJU^%» V     l#**^Hlfetl
1    r$
"And he said, To-morrow."
«Ge neath, Thlanslets.',
SUNDAY SCHOOL   "PLAGUES OF EGYPT.- EX. 12* 18...36
Monday, Thursday, Friday.—Night-aehool.
Tuesday.—Choir Practice.
Wednesday.—Epworth League.
Wm
ji Sunday,   Oct. 7   1900.
J?o
i< vc
B.YMNS.
MORNING
EVENING
255
Gloria in Excelcis
206
29
CXLVII
PSALMS
108
Dominus regit me
210
784
CXLIX.
TEXT  MATT. XV. xxv.
"Lord, Lelp me."
"B'guatie, guhwaelasincla."
SUNDAY SCHOOL    "The Transfiguration." Luke ik 28-36.
Monday, Thursday, Friday.—Night-school.
Tuesday.—Choir Practice.
Wednesday.—Epworth League.
**4S ITAMAAT
Sunday, Nov. 11, 1900
HYMNS.
MORNING
EVENING
908
Te Deum
910
904
LMI
PSALMS
29
Psalm 1XVI1I
725
97
LX.
TEXT LUKE 17 .15 16.
"And one of them, when he saw that he was healed, turned back
and with aloud voice glorified God.M
"And fell down on his face at his feet, giving him thanks: and he
vas a Samaritan."
"Wilet nough le lahie, lese dookwul 11 hythlootsooese, asdoowhead-
ine,  wilet his kay attileise walukdahs  agadsokwiile  Hymas Hygiehie.
"Wile mukkusine 11 khowgumme assie 11 gugwes (Jesus), wde da-
dines anahtdzokwahie,   Smaritantle."
SUNDAY SCHOOL     Luke 16, 19-31
LXHORTER,— EVENING, BRO. PETER BATES
Tuesday.—Choir Practice.
Wednesday.—Epworth League. Sunday, Nov. 18, 1900.
HYMNS.
MORNING
EVENING
50
16
498
500
xc
PSALMS
656
Dominus Regit me
503
13
XCIII.
TEXT II KINGS. IV 2.
"What hast thou in the house ? And she said, Thine handmaid
hath not any thing in the house save a pot of oil".
"Mahs dsedistluce il guekguice ? wile nekine kay kunims geboa-
hny kuse nox mah geilth idam kay tisums nahgum gaedsoaliah-
turns tlatte".
SUNDAY SCHOOL Luke 15. 1 10
EXHORTER,— EVENING BRO. HENRY PIERCE.
Tuesday.—Choir Practice.
Wednesda y.—Epworth League.
AAAAAAAAAA f/f f* f/f $k A ITAMAAT.
Sunday   Nov   23RD.
ORDER  OF SERVICE
MORNING.
HYMNS.. 454. 400 218 234,
Chant  PsalmXCV.
PSALM CXI
TEXT Ezek XLV1I—9
AFTERNOON.
Subject—WORLDS TEMPERANCE
LESION. ISA.28. 1—7
GOLDEN   TEXT.—Isa. 28 7.
EVENING.
Ll&Nb     724r<80-   Chant 784 812
1EXI   Aiatt. XIV 1—12.
PSALM   CXV
"Everything shall live whither the river shall come".
"Wahmahse Kwekwiilahcle 11 Lahtums Kay Wayhie".
"But when Herods birthday was kept, • Tne daughter of He-
rodias danced before them, and pleased Herod. Whereupon
he promised with an oath to give h.r whatsoever she would
ask. And she . . . said, Give me here John Baptist's head
in a charger.    And ... he   commanded   it   to be given her.
4'Wilet kay gwaatlasahie lese dsedsillah loyass Herod kay
kunims wunnook Herodias umthle 11 khowgummeis hiedakie,
wil h\ th owwattes Heiod. Wile senethline his tlawgs bug-
wahlahyou kun daydese 11 hidakke mahsats owmahsoosie.
Wile neekina, Daytsintla hyktes John Baptista gaedsoala 11
owmas dish,    wile wahine kun daydahueseakie. /
ITAMAAT.
Sunday, Nov. 25, 1900,
Funeral Service
HYMNS.
MOENIN0 \;:'-:r;::";z:: ■EVENING
Voluntary:—" Dead .March,in ^aulj'
862                '■'" ®^m*   k 22k
Funeral Chant ^Selection
V&m (Play els <hymn, Band.) v746"v
616 (4th. v. softly 763
214 (Ban(|)
CXIX, 33 to 40             PSALMS CXIX, 73 to 88
TEXT- HEB. 9. 27.
"It is appointed unto men once to die, but after this tne
judgment:" "
];**DsumwehkUmptell wah bugwahnunr knn thlesdb nough-
penheat, 11 walochtlea&ie kay mundsauahie:"
SU^AY jgOTOpL...,,, Luke U 15-—24.     [
EX&6&TER, EVENING—- BRO. SAM AMOS.
Xmas Choir Practice.—Monday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday. ' V
FUNERAL  CHANT
1. Minister- As the hart panteth after the water brooks,
So panteth my soul after thee,    0 God.
2. People.    My soul thirsteth for God, for the | living | God!
When shall I come and ap- | pear be- | fore - | God ?
3. M. My tears have been my meat day and night,   [God?
While they continually say unto me, Where is thy
4. P. When I re- | member these | things,
I pour | out my | soul in | me;
5. M. For I had gone with the multitude;
I went with them to the bouse of God,
With the voice of joy and praise, with the multitude
that kept holy day.
6. P. Why art thou cast down, | O my |   soul,
And why art thou dis | quiet-ed | in- | me?
7. M. Hope thou in God;
For I shall yet praise him for the help of hiseotmt-
enance.
8. P. Glory be to the Father, and to the Son,
And to the Holy Ghost.
As it was in the beginning, is now, and ever shall be
World with-out end. Amen.
4?*±4t'±'±'±'±'±'±  «§&;• :""Nif -   Jk*  -A*  4»
f Sunday! Dee 9, I900.
MOBNING
■EYEitNG
807
Te Deain
454
822
XLVI
97
19
PSAlJfSi
784
XL VIII
TEXT: LUKE XIII viii.
^And he answering* mi/1 UO;^ Iihi*, "Lord let it atone "this  year
also."
'-Wife ahkahlaine ge ru c4h hicmkie,  Engwahte, kitse  iriahthlahoir
geh  assenah geh gloeweilal.',
SUNDAY SCHOOL,,, ..Mark 10. 46^52; r       ^
EXHORTER, EVENING- . ' r     f'
Xa*&a Choir Pjr^ciiice.-— Monday, Wednesday, Thursday,  Friday.
'_ «^^M#»^M^f|»^»^AAA4^<!^<f^<t?
taiiaat:
Sunday, Dec 10, 1900.
HYMNS.
MOUNINO
807
Baptismal Chant.
25
479
LXXX
EVENING
PSALMS
498
Domimis regit me
399
817
LXXXII
TEXTS:
MARK. XV: 10. - (For he knew that the chief priests had delivered him for envy.)
MATT. XXVI: 14-16. — Then one of the twelve, called Judas
Iscariot went unto the chief priests.
And said unto them, what will ye give me and I will deliver him
unto you?   And they covenanted with him for thirty pieces of silver.
And from that time he sought opportunity to betray him.
LUKE. XXIII: 1-2. — And the whole multitude of them arose,
and led him unto Pilate.
And they began to accuse him, saying, We found this fellow perverting the nation, and forbidding to give tribute to Csesar, saying,
That he himself is Christ, a King,
MARK XV: 15. — And so Pilate, willing to content the people*
released Barabbas unto them, and delivered Jesus, when he had
scourged him, to be crucified. Mark XV: 10—(Wile kahlaine 11 daydahuese his kay chief priests
11 tlahyeahkaysis.)
Matt. XXVI: 14-16— Wilet kay gwayatlasahie nouhkwulkay 11
kahpoe ge mathleggao, dountsie Judas Iscariot lakeil 11 kay chief
priests,
Ge neith 11 hiedakie, mahds daydahyoutlaowsintla, wilan daytli-
uoouiassie? wiie seseneathtine kun udnpen kahpOpen his  mookwa.
Wilet gehyeacUdze gwayatlas, nakaeh kun dahineseakay.
LUKE XXIII: 1-2— Wilet wah kay bugwahnum kwahkils ge
dahpieukay li Pilate.
Wile aiyaKgillaine, ge neathle, kahkahnouf gan umthlaxs wisum
usdoughwheadoodehkay guekgwilleahie, wilumhay b'lahine kun
gisse gannouf dayt kay annahm 11 Caesar, ge neath hiedahlahkay
Oui'ist Hymaskuimok.
MARK XV: 15—• Gwihl hainok we sagti Pilate kun daydessie
agikoahlah ii bugwahnum gi mme yeathls his #ehdah, owhwoode
Barabbas 11 hiedakie ge dayds Jesus 11 hiedakie kun elthasooesie,
lese kwat wheasakie,
SUNDAY SCHOOL   LUKE 19: 1—10
EXHORTER, EVENING—BRO. JONAH HOWARD.
Xmas Choir Practice.—Monday, Wednesday, Thursday,  Friday-
MISSIONARY MEETINGS:—
Will be held next Sunday, morning, afternoon and evenin g.—
At the morning service Mr. Raley will speak on—
What is Missionary Work?
Why   „
How   „ ,. ,,    possible?
A good  collection  and  subscription will be asked for at the
morning service.    Subscription to be paid as soon as possible.
No missionary meetings   were held last year  so no collection
wras taken.
las blessed vou.
Please give as the Lord ha
The following* brethren hold  offic% in the church during the
year. The list is incomplete, more names will be added:—
Watchman— Philip   Mckay.
Door keeper,— Jonah Howard.
Usher,—• John Bolton.
Usher,— Hans Shaw.
Lamp trimmer,—Thomas Smith.
Fireman— Harry Howard.
Bellman,—lohnRyan.
We hope the church officers will show a good example to the
people, and we ask all the people to make easy the work of the
church officers. 'HO'
Sunday, Dec 23, 1900.
HYMNS.
MQltNING
148
Gloria in Excelsis
744
141
GX
PSALMS
KVENING-
746
Dominus regit me
470
804
CXIX
SUBJECT.
Mans   pahinays   kay   Missionary   Society.?
Wale „ „ „ „   *
Mahs yeath geilt   „ „ „ ,♦
SUNDAY SCHOOL Matt. II: 1-11 -The Story of the^Star."
SUNDAY EVENING.    Bro. R.Shaw.   Short Missionary Stories.
Collection  and subscription  will be  taken  up  on behalf of the
Missionary Society at the morning service.
II CORINTHIANS IX: 7.
Every man according as he purposeth in his heart, so let
him give; not grudgingly or of necessity: for God loveth a
cheerful giver.
Kindly complete all preparation for Christmas by
6 P. M. Monday if possible
Friends wishing to put gifts on the Christmas tree will kindly
bring them to the Mission Room between four and six o* clock on
Monday evening. 145 146 142,
ANTHEMS BY XMAS CHOIR.
—, ___—.
"The Lord is my shepherd." (Perrin)
"I was glad when they said unto me." (Dungan)
"0 give thanks.'* (Stillman)
TEXT: LUKE II. 15.
Let us now go even unto Bethlehem, and see this thing which is
come to pass.
Wissin neise laahze isklam 11 Bethlehem, wilan neise dukwatlin
whaylahtumasseits.
CHRISTMAS EVE.
Midnight,  Xmas Choir will Sing.
CHRISTMAS DAY.
Service,    10. AM.
Xmas. Dinner at the Home 11 30.
„ ,,       ,,   „ Mission house 12. 30.
Old  People's Entertainment   at  the  church  4.  P.  M.
Xmas Tree and Programme 5 P. M.
BRENTZEN-'S CORNET BAND.
"Welcome." (Geo. Southwell.)
"Home Sweet Home." (Ripley.)
"The Pathfinder." (By Ripley.)
"The Armour March." (Scheibel.)
«*Grand Entree." (Geo. Southwell.)
"Serenading." vThe Queen.)
"God Save The Queen."
WEDNESDAY.
Epworth League Open Social in the Church, to which every body
is invited 6 P. M.  Magic Lantern Entertainment.
THURSDAY.
Entertainment in the school-house.
FRIDAY.—School Treat at the Home
The tree Committee will please attend to their work immediately
at the dose of the morning service. ITAMAAT
^
Sunday, MAY 26, 19Q1.
HYMNS.
MOliNING
646
Te Deum.
225
50
119
EVENING
773
Dena Misereatur.
777
812
For God So Loved The World.
PSALMS 119
TEXT: MATT. VII: 21,
Nof every one that saith unto me, Lord, Lord, shall enter into the
kingdom of heaven; but he that doeth the will of my Father which
2s in heaven.
Kuseat wall bugwahnum ungwaits nikintla, Bugwahte, Bugwabte,
kyatl guekdummeis hygiehie; idam die kay pahle wahitums kay
Opbunis lay hygiehie.
SUNDAY SCHOOL:—Subject, Acts 2: 1—11.
GOLDEN TEXT: —     John 16: 18.
EXHORTER EVEINNG.   Bro. Peter Bates of Haitley Bay.
Service in memory of Queen Victoria wiJi be held on June 16th at
J-J- A. M. instead of June the 2nd. /
/
&V& ITAMAAT
Sunday, MAY 26, 1901.
ssaipl
HYMNS.
MOHNING
EVENING
646
Te Deum.
225
50
!
119
773
Deus Misereatur.
777
812
For God So Loved The World.
PSALMS 119
TEXT: MATT. VII: 21.
Nof every one that saith unto me, Lord, Lord, shall enter into the
kingdom of heaven; but he that doeth the will of my Father wb:.4i
is in heaven.
Kuseat wah bugwahnum ungwaits nikintla, Bugwahte, Bugwahte,
layatl guekdummeis hygiehie; idam die kay pahie wahltums kay
Op bunts lay hygiehie.
SUNDAY SCHOOL:—Subject, Acts 2: 1—11.
GOLDEN TEXT: —     John 16: 13.
EXHORTEK EVEINNG.   Bro. Peter Bates of Haitley Bay.
Service in memory of Queen Victoria will be held on June 16th at
U A. M. instead of June the 2nd. / ITAMAAT
Sunday June 9.19QI.
HYMNS.
MOKN'ING
EVENING
644                         '
97
Deus Misereatur
Hyks Hannum
29
500
498
804
XLVI
PSALMS
XbVIII
TEXT:   EXODI9: 3.
**T- e Loz d called unto him out of the mountain,"
JEHOVAH houwulle hidakie geh kul kay wahwasahie."
oUNDAY SCHOOL:— Acts 22: 6-16.
GOLDEN   TEXT:—   Acts 2619
EXHORTER EVENING.   Bro. Robert Shaw.
MIDSUMMER ENTERTAINMENT
Entertainment and Exhibition of Induitries.
THURSDAY,   - Reception to the "old girls" and their husbands'
at the Home, 6.30 P. M.
FRIDAY, - Exhibition of Industries in the School-house
from 4 to 6 P. M.
SATURDAY,   - Reception to parents and friends at the  Home
6 P. M. Special invitation will be sent
SUNDAY,        - Children Service 2 30. Special singing
MONDAY,
6 30. P. M.
Entertainment and   distribution   of prizes m
Sunday   OCT. 6,    1901.
m
HYMNS
MORN
821
Responses
Baptismal Chant,.
819
835
36
TEXT:
• E YE N
25
18
500
'Ttkt Strain Upraise"
812
43
PSALMS
JOHN K>, 17
'And he bearing his cross went forth".
•Wilet hidakie neekwuilie kahdzukassle kaihleit.
SUNDAY SCHOOL.—Genesis 37:12~3#
Golden Text - Acts 7 :9.
EXHORTER-^EVENING,-Bro. Thomas Amos. m.
Sunday OCT. 27,    1S01.
txx
HYMNS
M
Mcms
650
18
862
621
EVEN
,744    ,
17
861
812
PSAL
MS
CXXK1
TEXT;      MABK1>;J1
' Anu the fire is hot ..quenched."
Wil (ay waeldookwa ii^ kuse kiikhah."
o
Sunday   School   Lesson   -Genesis 45:  1-11.
Golden Text-Rom . 12: 21.
EXHORTER—EVENING-Bro. Henry iNice. X 4 ^MLJrkMi A •
Sunday NOV. 17,     1901.
HYMNS
WORK
Baptismnl Chant
653
454
EVEN
29
"I come toThee"
"God be merciful"
361
804
LXXXiX
PSALMS
LXXXV1
TEXT    NEH ; 9 ;
All the people wop!; wiei they heird the w)i\l$ of th * Uw\
Wahkay bugwahnamhie kwassie  lese kikohtille kay  bugwah
lahyou luk kay kweahlassahie.
Sunday   School   Lesson — Exod.2, 1-10
Golden Text -Pro v. 22 6.
EXHORTER—EVENIING-Bro. Robert Shaw. J ft ■'■* Thy love alone,—alone Thy
love, Refresheth me;
And   for that love  of  Thine,  that
freshening love, I come to Thee.
It is Thy cross alone,—alone Thy
cross, That healeth me;
And for   that cross of Thine,   that
healing cross,   I ccmetolhce.
It is Thy blood alone,—alone Thy
blocd, That eleanseth me;
And   for that blood  of Thine, that
cleansing blood, I come to Thee.
Jesus,   Thy   grace   alone,—alone
Thy grace, Bufflceth me;
And for that  grace of Thine,  that
all-sufficing grace  I come to Thee.
Saviour, 'tis Thou Thyself,   alone
Thyself Art all to me;
And for that all, of every thing I
need, I come to Thee. THANKSGIYI
;R¥te;
1902.
ORDER  OP SERVICE
MORNING.
HYMNS .... 908,     909,    910.
"Thanks be to God."
TEXT Psalm CVII. 1-2
COLLECTION
"God save the King."
AFTERNOON.
Subject—CITIES OF REFUGE.
JOSHUA 20. 1-9.
GOLDEN TEXT.—Psa. 46.    1.
EVENING.
HYMNS  ...   907,    824,   812,
Chant  632. c;
ORDEii  OF o-aVIOE
MORNING.
HYMNS    818, 355, 835.
"Thanks be co God",
"urlawe 111:1 a ijHaweath il deques"
PSALM XXXV
TEXfACt .28-3
AFTERNOON.
SUBiECT — RUTH AND NAOMI.
LESION.   i.UTH 1. 16—22
GOLDEN    TEX i\—Rom. 12. 10.
EVENING.
ilXMNB     400,  218, 812.
CHANT "Abide with me."
TEXT   Matt. XXI.—19.
PSALM   XXXVIi
unday   DEO. 7TH,   02
And when Paul had gathered a bin lie of sticks, and laid them
on the fire, there came a viper out of the heat, and fastened
on his hand .
And when he saw a fig tree in the way, he came to it, and
found nothing thereon, but leaves only and said unto it, Let no
fruit a*row on the henceforward forever. And presently the fig
ree withered away.
Les munachaine Paul kay Ink way hie khowkwude 11 iahisooas-
sie ge iau'ghglalhopr, kay  luk kay wheldokwahie, ge ak nox
kahkulgwehie si eh ku!   kay  meahleahie   wile kahkahghe^$£ill-
ayine 11 iahis >0MSsie.
Wil^r. lese do>kvu'  x\H fi^-tree kwtha/ 11   )wst<>wils dah
1m,  wile «jfissiU'j kith  no< tnih   sroalulil ihie, kw&hella kahra
wile neeki i;i lairhift,     kitse   glo »wel|  kwthitums   mihmilge-
mas le geh  kwaathis do hvgiiletheltn gwihl. <r
ShU,&£ ITAMAAT
Sunday    DEC. 21ST. 02
MORNING.
HYMNS... 746,   744, 726.
"Jesus Thy Love alone",
"Giawealth Glaweath il Jesues"
PSALM CV
TEXT  Mark XLV. 4.
AFTERNOON.
SBUJECT— THE SHEPHERDS.
LESSON. Luke. II. 8—20.
., OLDEN      TEXT.—Luke, lit 11.
EVENING.
HIMNS     479 25,656.
CHANT 18
TEXT  Zech. v, 1-4
PSALM   CV1.
"Wny was this waste of ointment."
"Walele gimme umkuksai gah aikpalleis tlatle."
Then I turned, and lifted up mine eye, and looked, and beheld a flying roll.
Wilan usdouwidina gin doughgitua, gin dookwilla klippel-
lays sasaskumme.
Friends wishing to put gifts on the Christmas tree will kindly
bring   them to the Mission   Room   before   Wednesday   night*
Missionary  Mating an 1 Golleorim  to be held next Sunday HYMNS
140.        142.        143 145,
DOWNES TE DEUM.
CHRISTMAS SKLECTIONS
SUBJECT.*-THE STAR,
BRENTZEN'S CORNET BAND.
"in the Sweet Bye and Bye."
''-Debut   March.'' (Laurendear.
"The Hit."    „ .   „
'Carolus."    „ ,,
"Neptune."   ,
i'The Armour."    ,,        ,,
"Don Juan.        ,, ,,
'God Save the King."
CHRISTMAS EVE.
Midnight, Xma* Choir will Sing-
CHRISTMAS DAY.
Service, 10. AM.
Xmas.  Dinner at the Home  11 30.
,, , „    ,, Mission house 12 30,
011 People's Entertainment-at the church 4. P.  M.
Xmas Tree and Programme 5 P. M.
FRIDAY.—Entertainment by all the school.
MONDAY.—Magic  Lantern   Entertainment in the Church.
TUESDAY—School Treat at Home.
WEDNESDAY.  -Entertainment   of the   Chiefs of  Kitamaat
and Kitlope with head-watchmen at the Mission house.
The tree Committee will please stand up the tree immediately
at the close of the morning service. KITAMAAT MISSION.
AHMAKATLE   HALLELAS 'L
WAH GAEDZOWAH.
NAKWA  KTJDDIELTH.
AIYAHGAHLAHYOU.
************
Minister.
Wilit God dooteththlea his wah gaeh b'bugwalayouguahgaeh,
ge neath,*Nook key Jehovahey kohsa God.
1 Kitse dedah nokwats mah kun umyahhullassoos,  Noogwa'm.
(Ahgalayou). B'bugwahnum.
JEHOVAH   mamathlahsmtlanou',   gis   guahtlah owoowahte
gaehnou' kun dsedsadsilleygaehnou' gaeh gweahlahsguise.
2 Kitse pahlatl kun bukweyaouxs whatleneough, kitse pahlat
gattowyou '1 nokwats mah lay hygiehahey, do khow kleikiahow
owahbooa*how, do khow wapahow owahbooways kleikiahow:
kitse kuskhudzeilth *1 hisdakey, gis sumsea eykahselakey: 41
noogwais kay Jehovah kohs' Hymas Hygiehahey tiahyehki-
neough God, hainoh yiith weweathleasoo kay sasumassie kah
thlahwenay luk kay udouhpenheedin do kay moopenheede
sasumassie '1 ungwaits meiltdsouxs noogwa; wilan daydina ma-
madlum «1 thousandats ungwaits thlahwenaynuxs noogwa, do
dsedsahdsilley gwahlumtlahgints.
JEHOVAH mamathlahsintlanou', gis guahtlah owoowahte
gaehnou' kun dsedsadsilleygaehnou' gaeh gweahlahsguise.
3 Kitse umthlems da dounts key Jehovahey kohs' God: *1 hydis
key Jehovahey pahkathdowahtl ungwaits umthlems da dountsie.
JEHOVAH mamathlahsintlanou,J gis guahtlah owoowahte
gaehnou' kun dsedsadsilleygaehnou' gaeh gweahlahsguise.
4 Geeoughses key kagaedsoels Jehovahey, kun hykudsuous
pepahlahoughtluce katlakziese kagaedsoels, wils pahlahtlin wah
khow pahlahlahsaoux: hum maththluksaous kagaedsoels hidah- key hallelads Hymas Hygiehahey: luk key kagaedsoels kitse
pahlahlahey wawahahguahwahsaoux kudsoo pahlatl, do key
wisums wunnook kwaoux, do key cunims wunnook, do key
wisum ungwaits guahtleootla do key cunim ungwaits guahtleootl',
do khow gehowohden do susakwemus, kusoo pepahlatl, do khow
kohs lukhwillsilah luk kohsa guekdummeh, kusoo pahlatl. <L
katlakziese kagaedsoels lah pahl key Jehovahey gaeh guekdum-
mehgehgeh do hygiehahey, do key ahahwahkey, do key yeahtla-
lahey, w ile halethlaine luk key maththluksaouse kayaedsoels:
hydahkey thlahweneynou' gwielts God his key assie kayaedsoels wile shathlaine key kagaedsoels.
JEHOVAH mamathlahsintlanou', gis guahtlah owoowahte
gaehnou' kun dsedsadsilleygaehnou, gaeh gweahlahsguise.
5 Hykgaehloots kay opbous do abookguise; wils kiahlahtlin
kwellatl' luk khow guekdummehow deydahuahsootl' key Jehova.
hey.
JEHOVAH mamathlahsintlanou', gis guahtlah owoowahte
gaehnou' kun dsedsadsilleygaehnou' gaeh gweahlahsguise.
6 Kitse elthassa.
JEHOVAH mamathlahsintlanou', gis guahtlah owoowahte
gaehnou' kun dsedsadsilleygaehnou' gaeh gweahlahsguise.
7 Kitse wungeaht.
JEHOVAH mamathlahsintlanou', gis guahtlah owoowahte
gaehnou' kun dsedsadsilleygaehnou' gaeh gweahlahsguise.
8 Kitse gillootla.
JEHOVAH mamathlahsintlanou', gis guahtlah owoowahte
gaehnou' kun dsedsadsilleygaehnou' gaeh gweahlahsguise.
9 Kitse kikwus witness gwaehlahts guekwiliootahouxs.
JEHOVAH mamathlahsintlanou', gis guahtlah owoowahte
gaehnou' kun dsedsadsilleygaehnou' gaeh gweahlahsguise.
10 Kitse mematdzaehkullaxela khow gueks guekwilloolahoux,
kitse mematdzaehkullaxela khow kunims guekwillootahoux, do
kh)w wisums gebjassie, seat khow kunims geboassie, do  assie
nnosmxH, do assie gehowohden,  seat nohkwats mahs as'.
JEHOVAH mamathlahsintlanou', wils gattine wah gweahah-
lahsguise *1 owwah^e gaeh nou'.   AMEN* KITAMAAT MISSION.
MOOKSAHLATTLLATTLEAN  8UNDAYTL
LE GEH GAEDZOWAH GEHGEH-
GAHNUTHL KUDDIELTH-
KAY BUGWAHTEAHIE MATTILAH INTLAH.
(DOMINUS REGIT ME.)
(PSALM XX11L)
Kay Bugwahteahie neise hyth dzesillah dsahkayahie: Kuse gwehlan
y eaht'tl nohkwats mah.
2 Humsahmahtle intlah owdzoeise kay tiquestos kwahiyass: wile
mahtlahtle intlah 11 owkwayakseis kay khowkwalleise wap.
3 Asdoowheattler hylegaegints: wilet dahlahtle intlah kay kahpas
dachills his Dount assie.
4 Yeaht^tl hainahugh won kathtlah kahkahghowah tie hyahmoodt
kay thlle; Kudlan wiltkah nokwats: 11 Yeksam mahallaugh do noogwa
seagaehgummous do bugwahlahuous hykgaehkullood intlah.
5 Kwahkwultdzoahleits humsdummah kun noogwa anbis khowgum-
mis kay kweakahbuttints: Tloughwahs hytegints his hyks tlatte, wilet neice nahgahu khowtahtle.
6 Owwahlahses hykgeneous do mahmahdlumous wile lahthlatle in-
tla 11 wah kahgaedsoelse 11 wassel kwullahough glaunts: wilan kwailth
tlenah owdzoeise gueks kay Bugwahte wah gwoaytlas hygilletlem
gwihl.
Datcheis hykgalloodeahie luk kay Opbahie, do kay Wunnook kwahie,
do kay Hyks Ahcelaykleahie: llhydisgwihlleseahmakatludedine, gwihl
le isklam, wil hygilletlem gwihl: guekdummeahhow kuse owbahnoo
Amen.
*      *      *
Translated and Printed by Rev. G. H. Raley. Kitamaat. N. W. Coast. B.C I KITAMAAT MISSION.
MOQKSAHLATTLLATTLEAN  8UNDAYTL
LE GEH GAEDZOWAH GEHGEH-
GAHNUTHL KUDDIELTH-
KAY BUGWAHTEAHIE MATTILAH INTLAH.
(DOMINUS, REGIT ME.)
(PSALBf^XXlll)
Kay Bugwahteahie neise hyth dzesillah dsahkayahie: Kuse gwehlan
yeaht'tl nohkwatsmah.
2 Hunisahmahtle intlah owdzooise kay tiquestos kwahiyass: wile
mahtlahtie intlah lLowkwayakse..& kay khowkwalleise wap.
3 AsdoowhelLttleirbylegaegmt^: wilet dahlahtle intlah kay kahpas
dachills his Dount assie.
4 Yeaht{tl hainahugh won kat.itlah kahkahghowah tie hyahmoodt
kay thlle;.Kudian wilfckah nokwais: 11 Yeksam mahallaugh do noogwa
seagaehgummous do bugwahlahuais hykgaehkullood intlah.
5 Kwahkwultdzoahleits humsdunmah kun noogwa anbis khowgum-
mis kay kweakahbuttints: Tlougiwahs hytegints his hyks tlatte, wilet neice nahgahu khowtahtle.
6 Owwahlahses hykgeneous do mahmahdlumous wile lahthlatle in-
tla 11 wah kahgaedsoelse 11 wassel iwullahough glaunts: wilan kwailth
tlenah owdzoeise gueks kay Bugvahte wah gwoaytlas hygilletlem
gwihl.
Datcheis hykgalloodeahie luk kay dpjbahie, do kay Wunnook kwahie.
do kay Hyks Ahcelaykleahie: 11 hyiisgwihlleseahmakatludedine, gwihl*
le isklam, wil hygilletlem gwihl: uekdumraeahhow kuse owbahnoo
Amen.
Translated and Printed!)" Rev. G. P
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