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r.ATlTSDAY, SKIT. 9, 1882
Willi HATS DOINGS.
Mr. Adnms will offer for Bale, tit
Sales Uooin, at 12 noon, valuable
tract of land in Nuunmi Valley.
Band Concert at Emma Square at
Bethel Vestry: GoHpcl Temper
jiuce Meeting, at 7 :30.
.Bethel: Kcv. S. C. Damon, 11 a.m
Port St. Church: Kov. J. A. Cru-
.i:i!i, morning and evening.
St.'Audicw's Cathedral: Rev. G.
"Wallace, morning and evening.
ESV. JOSEPH CCOZ.
As the Y. M. C. A. has appointed
Chief Justice Judd (a class-mate of
Mr. Cook's), and the Rev. Dr.
Damon to wait on Mr. Cook and try
to induce him to stay over here for
a month or so, and deliver some of
liia celebrated lectures, the following
account of his biography, condensed
fiom tho Melbourne Leader, may
The world-wide reputation which
"Mr. Cook may be said to have at
tained was first established for him
at Boston, about seven years ago,
almost as boon as ho commenced to
lecture. It i3 partly due to his
oratorical power; but mainly we
suspect to tho class of themes he has
chosen for discussion. These themes
arc specially fitted for the present
time, when religion, as many fear,
is being undermined by certain
scientific tendencies and specula
tions. Im there a bouI in man ?
Does death end all i Is lucre a
hereafter ? Can nature with its
mysterious fqrcoB, can'.the universe
with its teeming life, be adequately
explained in terms of mere matter ?
Can the great realities of thought,
of feeling, and of choice be explain
ed away fo as to leave no room for
Bjiirit-? In other words, is matter
the sole reality, and is natural law
the only God? Or is it spiiitthat
is the great reality of the universal,
and is natin al law but the orderly
manifestation of the spiritual pre
sences and power ? These arc the
great! questions to which Mr. Cook
has given special attention. Dr.
McCoMi, the well-known President
of Piinccton College, regards Mr.
Cook as a man who has a heaven
ordained mission, and one who has
been prepared for it by an overruling
Mr. Cook was a student at Yale
Harvard and Andover. Then ho went
to Germany studying at Halle, Ber
lin and Heidelberg. There he re
ceived a mighty impulse from Julius
Iliiller of Halle, Dorner of Berlin,
Knuo Fischer of Heidelberg, and
Herman Lot .so of Gottingcn. After
leaving Germany ho travelled in
Italy, Egypt, Syria, Greece, Turkey,
Switzerland, France, England and
He returned to the United States
in 1873, and took up his residence
in Boston, lecturing on the subject
to which his btudies had been so long
directed the relations of icligion
He first lectured in tho Mcionaon
in 1375. The attendance was so
largo that his meetings had to be
transferred to Park Street Church in
October, 1876, and finally to tho
enormous Trcmont Templo which is
often crowded to excess.
His audiences wero crowded with
' the 'elite of letters and intellect.
Bis lectures appeared in wholo or in
'abstract, in tho leading newspapers
and his fame aproad over all Amer
ica. He baa sioce .lectured to simi
Jr - -
lar enthusiastic audience in Enginpd,
Scotland, India and Australia.
Dr. McCosh says, "Ho lightens
and thunders, throwing a vivid light
on a topic by an expression or com
parison, or strikiug a presumptuous
en or as by a bolt from heaven, lie
anesta his hearers first by his earn
estness, then by the clearness of his
exposition, and fixes the whole in
tho mind by the earnestness of his
moral purpose." Professor Pea
body, of Harvard says, "Nodthcr
American author has done what ho
has done, or anything like it." Mr.
Spurgeon says, " Wo bless God for
raising up such a champion of truth
as Joseph Cook."
Wo trust our readers will have an
opportunity to hear this celebrated
man and judge for themselves of his
views concerning tho reconciliation
of science and religion.
SHIPPING NOTES. -,
Tho bark Josefa cleared on the 7th
for Guaymas, Mexico, probably for
a cargo of logwood.
The Mary Dodge took 16 days in
coming from Eureka. She brought
217,800 feet of lumber and 300,000
Tho bark Emerald cleared for
Port Townscnd yesterday with stores
Messrs. J. "W. Robertson & Co.
report, that the four masted vessel
which passed the port yesterday,
was the British ship Euphrates,
Capt. Cameron, 37 clays out from
New Castle, N.S.W., bound to Sau
Francisco, with cargo of 3,610 tons
Emma Square Concert
The band will give a concert this
afternoon, at Emma Square, at 4 :80
o'clock. The following is the pro
March Suite Larhncr
Overture Joan of Arc Verdi
Waltz My Friend Gasner
Finale Rigolctto Verdi
B.dlet Astorga Abert
Selection Olivette Audran
We publish a resume of Mr. Cru
zan's bcrmon la6t Sunday on our
The Band will give an extra con
cert on Monday evening. Sept. 11,
at the Hawaiian Hotel.
Hon. S. G. Wilder has received a
fine pluctou nnd set of harness by
the W. II. Almy.
At Fort street Church, to-morrow,
Mr. Cruzan will preach at the
usual hours. The evening sermon
will be on "Lying."
We learn that Mr. J. H. Paty's
team ran away Thursday night, but
the driver soon got them under con
trol. No damage done.
No man can claim American pro
tection if he wears a particular style
of hat. If that isn't so, why, ask
A drain is being made on the
lower end of Fort street, nearly op
posite to the Custom nouse, to
carry off the surplus water.
The boss gets $3.50 a day for
folding his arms and watching two
prisoners who aro not likely to run
We hear that King street from
Haaliliamanu bridge to the Soaf
Works is being repaired by a private
individual, who is tired of the Gov
ernment in action.
Ten acres of ripe cane were burn
ed on tho Hon. Mr. Widemann's
plantation at Wnianac. It is sup
posed that the fire was the work of.
nn incendiary. ,
Messus. Hackfeld & Co. have,
those two handsome bronze vases for
sale which were cxhibitcd.in Mr E.
P. AdaHis' salesroom somo woebs
ago. The prioc asked io 9 600.
She rodo on ihc bridge at midnight, J
On a horse that was not her own,
With tho "Long'un" mashing In silence
And the sad ten's solemn moan.
And for ever and for ccr,
As long as the "Long'un" grows
Will Hie story of mashing linger
In the bosom of him who knows.
For now nrc our heart strings broken,
Our harps have lost their tone, day"
Since tho "Long'un" rode with "Wcdncs
On the horse that wasjoot her own.
Then I cursed tho "Long'un" deeply
In language not divine, nciday's"
For they said that that horse of " Wed
Resembled a horse Of mlile,
And the consequence was too painful
To allude to with gentle voice,
T'wasTiiinorcd that I was mashing,
And "Wednesday" was my fair choice,
So for ever and for ever,
As long as the bridge doth stand,
I shall mind mo 6f " Long'un " and
And their ride o'er the moonlit sand."
A law: party wore a rosy aspect.
Since Mr. P. C. Jones' denials
that he was on board the Tuscarora
during the riot, the whereabouts of
other prominent personages aro be
ing inquired into.
"We arc requested to correct the
insinuation that a recent departure
from our shores got away with any
thing. We nrc glad both for his
sake and others that the insinuation
was unfounded in this ic3pect.
Honolulu Fire Department Board
of Engineers appointed a committee
of 5 to decide on the steam fire
engines to be procured. In all prob
ability the La France will be
Some people complain that too
many things are getting ' picked
up" just now by the papers. Even
Fort street was picked up j'estcrday
to allow the drainage of the sur
plus water to be attended to better.
Sm GAnk-ET Wolskley has an
nounced that, no matter what the
resistance of Arabi may be, he will
be vanquished on the 15th of Sep
tember. I trust this veni, vidi, vici,
will prove correct. Truth.
" Sharks do not bite living per
sons." That is the dictum of the
Alaska's doctor, 60 we hear. We
shall have more courage in bathing
in the open water after this if it is
Mn. McInerky announces in our
columns to-day the receipt of some
splendid lines in hosiery, nnd in
there days when fashion reigns as
much over stockings as over dresses,
it is a great convenience to have such
a fashionable stock to choose from.
An error occurred' in. setting up
the article on' the' battles in Egypt in
yesterday's issue. The word "at"
was omitted in the sentence: "The
freshwater canal from the Nile,
which supplies the towns on the
Suez, Canal, accompanies the railway
a short distance. It Bhould have
read 'ut a bhort distance," for the
canal goes as far as Zagazig and
then branches out into numerous
Snitious complaints arc made
about the salute-firing from Punch
bowl hill. It is said that the health
of tho.pntients in Queen's Hospital
is endangered by it. We also learn
that two births had occurred in that
vicinity, and that the mothers lying
in that precarious state were greatly
frightened. It is further stated, on
good authority, that a promise was
given some time ago that no more
'salutes should bo fired fiom there.
Why is it not carried out? Is it be
cause the beach batttery did not
moke enough noUo?
On Thursday week a Chinaman,
whilo attempting to uncouple the
cars on the Waimnnalo railroad, was
run over. He died from the injuries
Tho fl.igship of Commodoro Farra
gut at the memorable passage of
New Orleans forts the Hartford, is
now on her to Panama. She is
to take the place of the Pcnsacola,
the present flagship on the North
Pacific Station, nnd as soon ns she
reaches Panama, where the Pcnsa
cola is now stationed, Admiral Balch
will transfer his flag to her. The
historic ship will then sail for San
Francisco. The Pcnsacola is to eo
out of commission, nnd it is reported
is to be condemned as unfit for fur
ther service. S. JF. Bulletin.
At the residence ot the bride's parents,
Sept. 8th, by tho Eev. Dr. Damon, Mr.
E.soliko to Miss Bektiia Horn
Auction, Sales by E. P. Adams
Tliis Day, Saturday-,
Sept . 0th, at 12 noon, at Sales Room,
will bo sold, all that Flno
TRACT OF LAND
known as the 111 of Kahaparkai,
Situated In Nuuanu Valley, ft miles from
King street, containing 25 acres. This
land fronts on Nuuanu Government
Road, and is well fenced ; it has on it a
now house containing 4 rooms, and a
large loft with tongue and groove floor.
Ing. Title perfect and guaranteed.
For further particulars apply to R. F.
Bickcrton, Merchant street; or to
15. P. Adams, Auctioneer.
LOST Between Nuuanu and Fort
streets, a Morocco bag containing
a tapcllnc drcsspattcrn and a thimble.
NOTICE A Meeting of tho Hawaiian
Mechanics' Benefit Union will take
place THIS (Friday) EVENING, Sept.
Utb, at the Hall of Mechanic' Engine Co.
No. 2, at 7:30 p. m.
Bnslncss: Financial Report, and Elec
tion of Olllcers. By order,
18!lt WM. AULD, Secretary.
EsjrA full attendance is requested J3
WILLIAM AULD, Agent to
take Acknowledgments to Con.
tracts for Labor for tho District of Kona
Island of Oahu, at the ofilce of the Hono
lulu Waterworks, foot of Nuuanu st.
NOTICE On and after tho 1st day of
October next, all Outstanding Ac
counts will be presented at the end of
N.B. Cash bales of over 5.00 will re
ceive tho usual discount of 3 per cent.
A. M. MELLIS, 101 Fort St.
Honolulu, Sept. -1, 1832. 185
A Smart active BOY.
to Iiailcy &, Co's Great
Ten Cent Store.
rpiIE undersigned will pay full market
jl nates lor bliarcs of btocK ot
Tho Hawaiian Bell Telephone Co.
W. O. SMITH & Co.,
Honolulu. Auir. 25. 177 tf
ANY INFORMATION AS TO THE
WHEREABOUTS of any of our
empty Soda Water or Oingcr Ale Bottles,
Baskets or Cases will bo thankfully re.
reived by (b21w) HoLUHTEn & Co.
WANTED. A live man wlthmodcr
ato capital, who is both mer
chant and accountant, can hear of a
f;ood business opportunity by addicss
njrCl'D., Bulletin ofllce. Piincip.ils
only. All communications strictly con
17 OR SALE,
? Apply to
a iriJLE CART
11. Hackfeld & Co.
npWO OFFICES TO LET, on tho sce-
nil floor of tho buildlnc occupied
W. Rohcitson &Co 1!I9
OR SALE, at Pahala, Kau, Hawaii.
The Hawaiian Agricultural Company
having put in a Rail Road, will sell
20 FIRST CLASS
For particulars apply to I). Fister,Mana.
gcr, at Kau : or
C. BREWER & Co.,
A. S. CLEGHOEN & Co.
Have received a large assortment of
to buit all clar sos of purchasers, per S. S.
OFFER FOR SALE, goods received
ex bark Oberon, and other recent
Coal, Sugar, & Bice Bags,
CoiTeo Bags, Hessians,
Buinell's patent 4-polutcd Barb Wire,
Smooth Fencing Wire annealed;
I.K. Guidon Hose,
Ornamental "Water Sprinklers, now,
Brussels Carpets, Rugs and Mats,
China Matting, Cocoa Malting,
Bruth Mats, India Rubber Mats,
Marine Field & Ojgera Glasses
Colored Wrapping and Printing Taper,
I Upright Cottage Tlano, of Auchcr
1 Superior Square Piano, of Richard
Lipp & Son, Stuttgart.
SUPERIOR CLARETS Al OIHER WiM
Liquors and Liqueurs,
Uenuino Jianua Uigurs,
Further to arrive, per bark Kale, duo in
all September, a fresh
Supply of Pilsonor Boor,
In quarts and pints.
Further to arrive, per bark Imacos, from
New York, duo this mouth,
Household Sowing Machinse,
Matches, in tin, &c. &c.
For sale by
180 ED. HOFFSCnLXEQER & Co
MR. W. H. WILKINSON
bcgR to notify to tho public of Hono
lulu and travellers to and from
all foreign ports that
Ho has Purchased
the Business and Stock in trade of tho
Honolulu & San Francisco Esprc:: &
And that ho proposes to carry on tho
business in good style; in fact
everything will be done
"Up to tho Handle I"
All persons requiring furniture, bag.
ice or eoods of anv description shift
trace or eoods of anv description shift-
ed, transferred or shipped will tlnd it to
their advantage to apply to him at his
olllcc, iving street,
Telephone No. (30,
as low rates as possible. 187
SHARES OF STOCK,
33 Shares East Maui Plantation Co.
10 Shares Kohala Sugar Company.
20 Shares I'rincevlllo Plantatiou Co.
55 Shares Wailuku Sugar Co.
30 Shares Hawaiian Agricultural Co.
60 Shares Grose Ranch Plantation Co.
WM. O, SMITH & Co.,
Honolulu, Sept. 7. 170
E Lady Lampson,
0 COTS' WOOL BUCKS.
1 Spanish Merino Buck,
1 Southdown Buck,
7 Southdown Buck Lambs,
3 Southdown Ewe Lambs.
180 lw A. W. BUSn.
Elegantly Furnished Eooms
I?OR FAMILIES or SINGLE GEN.
. TLEMEN, with all tho convenien
ces and comforts of a home, with
Use of Parlor.
Rooms are large and well ventilated.
TormB, Strictly Moderate
Comer of Hotel ard Alakea streets.
rpilE undcr-lgncd will pav the isbovo
JL lcwaid for the
DETECTION AND CONVICTION
of tho party or parties w ho
Poisoned hi3 Maro " Lizzio,"
on the night of August !10tli.
Sept 7. (188) E. M. NSRDBEBG,