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TlLtt HAWAIIAN STAR: MONDAY, .JLTNIS 10, te-SfX PAGES',
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more forever on this earth. It was
hard to realize that the silver o rd
which bound him to "the order was
loosed la-re below, that the golden
bowl which had overflowed with F. I,.
T. was broken, tlut the wheel was
broken at the cistern where we had all
been wont to rest for strengthening re
freshments. A rending by Sister F. M. Nicoll,
V. G., a sot-.g by Charles liooth and
trio by Miss K. Ward, Miss VonHi.lt
and Mr. T. May eudt d the services at
The members of the order tlnn
formed in line and marched to the
cemetery, where, after the singing of
Uie hymn " Rock of Ages," Hon. W.
0. Smith delivered the following ad
dreai: " It is a beautiful custom which at
Stated seasons takes us from our cares
and calls to mind those who have gone
before. It is not only a tribute t"
their memories and a service which wc
cheerfully render for the sake of those
' loved and honored ones, but the ele
voting influence upon our hearts and
lives is one that we cannot foreg w th
"Could we more fully apprehend oui
true relations to death, the grave and
the immortal life, sd much of that
which is somber and dismal, and fr. m
which we draw away, would pass from
us. Too often we associate death with
Old age and decay, and the grave with
darkness and oblivion. The impres
sions of the last rites for the dead,
which hover and weih upon the spirit,
the sorn.w and anguish, the hushed
accents and solemn refrain, the dismal
garb and despairing mein, the clamrm
Brow and folded hands, the burying in
the earth, all produce an effect s sad
dening and hopeless that the vision i.
ubscuad and the heart bows beneath
"If with the sorrow and loss tin
spirit could lay hold of the living truth
Of immort.ility of eternal yuuth, of the
expanding and achieving without gruw
tng old, of the freedom and hope, of
the life without fear, or pain or failure
how the dread and recoiling would
disappear. It is to this immortality and
evet-blooming youth of the soul that
our thoughts would reach out on this
memorial day. To look, if we may,
beyond the decay and end of hiunun
life, beyond the tomb and the dust,
beyond the stars, and into the white
light ip which immortality is revealed.
"In this immortality and eternal
youth, whether we are fully conscious
'of it or not, the soul believes and
trusts. It may be the vision is dim,
' and the faith weak, but through the
mists and the shadows we see it and
feel it. Our instinct, our actions, our
lives, teach the belief in a life which is
always young, an existence which ntver
"All men and women make an idol
of youth manhood in its fresh em
bodiment, healthful, strong nnd ma
jestic, and womanhood in its rosy morn
ing, fragrant with sweet thoughts and
hopes, and radiant in its dewy beauty
attract the love and ndmiration of all.
Childhood looks up to them, and long-
to grow to their estate; old age regards
the memory of them with a sigh, and
rarely fails to find in them its most
congenial society. We walk to our
mirrors and scan with gathering sad
ness the lines that the gr.ivtr of care
has traced, and pluck from our temples
the first threads of silver, yet 'we feel as
young as ever we did.' We are n t
estranged from the young, but stand
among them with strong hands and
hearts, unable to realize that tin y look
upon us as men and women who are
'getting considerably along in tin
world. ' The cheek and lip of beauty,
- her sparkling eyes and fair outline, and
graceful and elastic step touch us with
the same thrill of pleasure that tiny did
in the early days of sympathy and
passion. Youth ah ! lieautiful (late
of the Temple of Life! It matters
little how gorgeous the temple may be
when entered, how rtajestic the arches,
how long the vista, how richly illumin
atcu anu emDiazoneu me windows, or
' how heavenly the music that thrills it
iris tinted silence we never forget
the precious moments spent in linger
ing at the portal, the glorious rosette
nb-jve it, and the sky-born melody of
the chimes that fill our ears and hearts
"Our life's ideal is always filled with
the blood and breath of youth. Our
finest conceptions of human beauty
evermore embrace youth as their prime
clement. Strength, enthusiasm, hope,
purity, love all th -se when combined
and embodied in their most attractive
forms rise in our imaginations as youth
fill attributts. bo true is this, that in
looking forward to the day when the
dust of those who have gone before us
into the land of spirits shall rise and
assume the forms they arc to wear in
the celestial city, there springs up
always a vision of their youth. We
expect to meet the aged father whose
eyes we closed, and wh se wasted and
feeble limbs we comp scd, as young.
and fresh, and strong as when he bore
us to the baptismal font there are to
lie no thin, silvery curls upon the
mother's brow, but in some sweet way
all the hallowed graces of maternity
and the unfathomable tenderness of a
soul disciplined by sorrow are to be
associated, interfused, with the beauty
of the bride. Immortality twin sister
of eternity is always young, and brings
no thought of age and decay. An
angel with a wrinkle ? A cherub with
a feeble or weary wing? We canm t
' imagine such things. Heaven and
everlasting youth are inseparable
"So it is that the first cniHciousi.ess
wc have of growing old comes to ui
with a pang. There seemes ft be some
filing unnatural in it. We feel the soul
within uk expanding, and know that its
vieion is clearer, its power greater, and
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Everything in the Jewelry
and Silverware line.
"Up to date" in styles nnd
patterns : sometimes a little
ahead of date, but never behind.
The only establishment in
the country where eyes are
measured on thoroughly scien
tific principles and glasses guar
anteed to fit each particular case.
H. F. WICHMAN.
With which Xeal's En
amel Finish (offered in six
teen delicate shades) may
be applied, and innumera
ble articles (wooden, wil
low, earthen and metal
ware of every description)
about a home which may
be given a handsome ap
pearance by its use, and
the trifling expense at
which it may be procured,
have rendered it extreme
Some of the finest ef
fects for home decoration
are procured by its use.
It imparts to articles
upon which applied a
smooth, hard and highly
Handsome results art?
Get what you want at
THOS. G. THRUM.
10NSEQUENT upon the new inter
est in art circles through the nccnt
formation of classes in water colors,
the above establishment has procured
full supplies of special required colors,
and brushes of Winsor iv New ton s re
liable make, and Whatman's rough
paper in sheets and blocks Oil colors
.dsn in full stuck.
Spixiai. Import Ordkrs for Hooks
Music, Musical Instruments, Rubber
Sta-nps, Notarial and Corpoiation Seals,
or other requirements attended to by
each outgoing steamer.
buiiscRii'TioNS to local ana loreign
periodicals promptly attended to and
special publications procured to order.
Orders for reserves on receipt of mails
booked fur attention as far as supplies
American Flags (sewed bunting
no printed affairs), with 44 stars, ol o
to, is feet: also cotton flags mounted
on sticks various sizes, and flag-print
ed piece goods for decorations.
A Full Stock c f office, commercial
and society Stationery on hand, with
new additions and novelties added by
every steamer. JJooks on these islands
a specialty, with the
as the recognised
rename reterence 0"0K on an mailers
1 ertainiug to Hawaii.
OOK-BINDING Orders of all kinds executed
1 with promptitude, ai.U I'ajer Kuleu to any
Ired pattern; Map-mounting. Chrck-number-.
Perforating. Blocking or other work attend
ed to In a proptr workmanlike wanner, without
any brag or bluster.
THOS. G. THRUM,
Staiionkk ANJ Ni:ws Dlalkr.
5 Fort Street
I1ETHEL STREET : OPPOSITE
l'OST OFFICE TELEPHONE:
'J37 "HELL" "MUTUAL"
EVERY DESCRIPTION OF JOII,
HOOK AND COMMERCIAL
PRINTING, PAPER - RULING
AND JJOOK MINDING.
To Gain and to Keep
Flesh and Strength !
We have just received 288
Bottles direct from Factory,
f0 els. and $1.00 per liottle.
Ten per cent. Discount for Cash
Fresh Stock, Fresh from
Factory. Prices 10 cts., 7f cts.
Ten per cent. Discount for Cash
Hobron, Newman & Co.
Agent fcr Hood's Snrsaj.arilla.
I desire to call the attention
of persons going abroad to
these celebrated sanitary pro
ductions, for which I am Sole
Agent for the Islands.
Its to your advantage both
Financially and Physically, to
supply yourself with a Full
Outfit before leaving. I have
just imported a fresh supply
direct from Germany of Dr.
A cholera preventive.
By the yard, for making or re
Also, a few pairs remaining of
Just the thing for Tourists.
Sole Agknt for
Dk. G. Jakgkk's Productions.
HENRY DAVIS & Co.,
52 Fort Street,
GROCERS AND PROVISION DEALERS !
Purveyors to llie Untied States Navy and Provisiuni-rs of War Vessels
FAMILY GROCERIES. TABLE LUXURIES. ICE HOUSE DELICACIES.
Coffee Roasters and Tea Dealers.
Island Produce a Specialty
KRESIl 15UTTER and EGGS.
We are Agents and First Handlers of Maui Potatoes,
AND SELL AT LOWEST MARKET RATES.
P. O. Box 505. lioth Telephones Number 130.
Headquarters for Hawaiian
Fresh Eggs, 30 Cents per Dozen.
From the Celebrated Dairies, Woodlawn and Mikilua.
OUlt ISLAND POTATOES, are Simply Superb
They Bake Well, Boil Well, and Fry Well.
Why p;iy 2 to !5 cents a pound for a -poor California or
New Zealand 'Potato in these hard times, when
will supply you a First-Rate Potato,
Delivered at your Door for One Dollar and a Quarter
per Hundred TO-DAY.
HENRY DAVIS & CO.,
P. O. llox 505. Both Telephones
H. S. TREGLOAN & SON,
OFFER TO THE GENERAL PUBLIC THEIR LARGE
AND COMPLETE STOCK. OF
Foreign Woolens for
AT 20 PER CENT DISCOUNT FOR CASH,
Business Suits Reduced to Twenty-two Dollars and 50 Cents
business Pants Reduced to
We Call Special Attention to
Ladies,', Children's, and Gent's Fast Black Hose, from 25 cts. a uii up.
Dent Gloves, 8-lIutlon Undressed, at $1.75 a pair.
Short Gauntlet Driving Gloves, $1.75 a pair.
Our MILLINERY STOCK L very complete.
anil London. Just received from Japan, a choice stock of those fine
Embroidered Dresses, Kimoras, Silk Curtains, Table
Covers, Lamp Shades, Silk Shirts, Pajamas, Etc.
Life Assurance Society
Offers Insurance on all
Ordinary Life Plan,
Semi Tontine Plan,
l-rce 1 online Plan,
Indemnity Ilond Plan (Coupon Hond
st maturity, if desired),
Endowment llond Plan (5 guaranteed)
Tt will cn'il vnn nntliini' In n:ill
make further inquiries. Should vou
Bruce 6c A. J.
Managers for the Hawaiian Islands KQUITAHLK Life Assurance Society of U.S.
Honolulu, H, I.
52 Fort Struct.
Spring & Summer
Six Dollars and 50 Cents.
II. S. TREGLOAN & SON.
the following Lines of Goods:
LATEST NOVELTIES direct from Paris
of tlie United States
the Popular Plans, viz.f
Tontine Instalment Plan (Nuw, Ciikai-
Joint Life Risks,
Term Insurance, etc, etc, etc.
fit tVu nfllrf. r.f Vi .,.,,1..;, .,..! .1
conclude to insure, it will lw mnnw Jr.
They Have Gome !
Those; Razor Strops yon have
been waiting for several weeks,
are here. They are so good
that it has been said of them,
that if you lay your razor, and
one of these strops clown . to
gether on your washstand, the
razor will keep a fine edge;
still, we recommend following
the directions printed on each
Anti-Rattlers. We have
a new kind which you can put
on to the shafts of your buggy,
without breaking four fingers
and a thumb. They prevent
two things rattling and swear
ing. Boardman's Pat. Wrench.
4 sizes, just the kind t of
combination wrench to have
about the house.
Try the new Keystone
Egg Beater, if you want a
beater that will do quick, clean
Hose, -in. to 2-in., 3
and 4-ply plain or wired, just
received; cheap and good qual
ity; also carbolized. We have
a large stock of '"Hubbucks,"
"Pioneer,"and cheaper brands
of White Leads and Zinc
Also, Oil, Turpentine, and all
painters' supplies, and you will
do well to see our Stock and
get our Prices before you paint
American Flags, G to 18
feet long, came by the last
steamer to us. They are a fine
lot, sewed bunting.
Fire Arms and Ammuni
tion. A new lot of Sporting
and Target Rifles, Colt's new
Navy, Smith and Wesson, and
cheaper Revolvers', came last
week and can now be seen.
We carry the most complete
assortment of Cartridges in
town, from 22 to -50 cal., 'and
always have plenty of them.
Leather. We have re
ceived within the past sixty
days, by steamer and sail, GG
Rolls of Leather, containing
(J088 lbs., and 5847 ft ; also,
3 bales containing 142 doz.
sheep skins, so it looks as if
we meant to keep our Stock of
Leather up, although by get
ting it in large lots, wcare able
to keep the prices down.
Salt. We are headquarters
for Hawaiian Salt, as we
make it. That the quality is
good, and Price Low, is easily
shown by the large quantity
we sell every week.
Blight Compound. Five
gallons will make G5 gallons of
wash. You spray your Lime
and Orange Trees with this
wash, and the Blight will do
the rest, die and drop off the
trees. We have the compound
at our store, or can give you an
order on the Gov't.- Nursery
for it, but don't forget to bring
a 5-gallon can to put it in. We
sell spraying outfits.
E. 0. HALL & SON.
Cor. Fort & King Sts.
Club Stables Co,
S. 1". GRAHAM, Manager,
Livery, Feed and Sale Stables,
Four Stkixt, lirnvixN Horr.i,
1IOTII TKI.KI'HONES No. 477.
EST Connected with Hack Stand
Corner King and Iicthel Sts.
BOTH TELEPHONES No. 113
The Central Market
Having changed hands, Re-oiien on the
. ,.1 jinn.-, uiui a select Hock ol ileel,
Mutton. Veal, Saiies, lite.
nil oruers cnrelully and nionijitly filled.
WESTIIROOK & GARUS,
hit. . Pioprielow.
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