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TUESDAY, DEO. 5, 1882.
TZTHIS. DAY'S DOINGS.
Women's Board of Mission, 2 :30
Am. Legion of Honor, No. 777, at
. liiblo Clnss nt Lyceum, 7 :30
WHAT IS BACK OF THE SEEN.
The following is a. brief out-llnc of
Iho excellent and weighty sermon
pi cached by Mr. Cruzau on Sinulay
Tho man wlio earnestly loves
truth seeks it from every source.
"Whoever is afraid of scientific truth
does not believe in God. We speak
of two Testaments given us of God,
but there arc four: The Oldest, the
Old, the Now, and tho Newest. Tho
Old and tho Now arc written. The
Oldest and the Newest arc uhwi it
ten. Tho Oldest tells us how the
.Scon came to be. The Newest con
tinues the record of God's dealings
with man since tho sacred canon
dosed. The Oldest Testament is
just as authoritative as tho Qld or
tho Now. All history is snored
How did tho Seen como to be?
Wo must go, not to the Old, but to
tho Oldest Testament for the an
swer. Scicucc, reading its pages
backward, leads us to the point
where wc stand upon the glowing
crystals of a newly-formed woild a
World without any form of life. But
his is only a few of the first chap
,tcis in this Oldest Testament.
Chemical Science takes these glow
ing crystals on which we stand, and
reduces them to their original atoms
they become a liquid mass.
Science tells us that this was the
primal condition of tho Universe;
that out of this the Seen came to be.
Standing there, looking out upon
'this liquid mass of atoms, wo ask,
.'How did tho Seen come to bo?"
Science is ready with her answer:
She says that each atom floating
.here at our feet, is tho home of cer
tain definite forces, which will un-
crringly, and without
a shadow of
variation, determine its alliances,
nud necessitate its combinations for
ever; that these atoms combined
and re-combined through countless
ages, and thus at last, the Seen
came to be. "We accept the fact of
mailer and its inherent forces, but
wo ask Science, "Whence came
matter? Who clothed it with these
wonderful forces? Who guidcil and
directed them no that they combined
and re-eoinbincd upon apian, at hist
produced this Seen, this Universe of
ineffable skill and beauty?" So far
from accounting for the Seen, they
aic an included part of it, which
needs to be accounted for. They
arc a cnuso of the Seen, but not tho
cause that lies back of thorn, con
trolling, guiding, and working them
on an intelligent plan.
listen to what Science tells you
of life, if you would have an apt
illustration of the absolute necessity
for a guiding intelligence back of
these natural forces. All living
organisms consist of three parts:
nutrient matter, germinal matter or
bioplasm, and formed matter or
tibsuc. Only one-fifth is really
alive, the bioplasm. "All life is
from bioplasm," has been tho teach
ing of Science since 18G0.
Tut living tissue under the strongest
microscopo : You will see httlo
calls, and witlpn them a transparent,
colorless, glue-like, apparently struc
tureless substance. That is a bio
plast. Under all the tests known to
science it is the saino in tho animal,
tho nlant. the snoncc, and tho
Ijniiii. Into every cell thcro Hows a
stream of dead, nutrient matter ; the
Jjioplast seizes upon it, nud by a
process of which science knows
nothing, and cannot imitate, con
verts' it into living matter, and pours
it out of the coll. This littlo color
less, vital tiling in tho cell, is tho
solo 'means by which every kind of
living thing is made, lias been made,
or will be made. Tho bioplast has
tho power of motion ; the power, of
self-subdivision throws oil' new bio
plasts, and each has tho same powers
in the original. They arc tireless
workers. Each has its own work
nud will do no other. One weaves
nerve, another muscle, another bono
rrbut by no force, or process can
the niusclc-wcaving bioplast bo made
to weave bone, or nerve and yet,
wiUcfJt tho microscope, they are
exactly alike. They not only weave
in straight lines, but, as in tho case
of some norvqs, spirally around
b'her tissues, as your vino winds
.ground tho trellis. More wonder
ful still, In some cases they weave
tho tissues together, inter-lacing
thO tiSSUCS ' tOgCUIcr, lllier;llH!lUJ
thcin, as tho weaver ilocs the tumids
indrTiIo the weaver,
upon a pattern, by a
plan, so that at tholaBt, theio comes
as tho result of their weaving yonder
n plant, Uowcring in beauty, above
you a bird cleaving tho air, and here
as tho crowing Piaster-piece, man
with all his wonderful mechanical
complexities of body, and intellectu
al and spiritual capacities. Now
bolievc, if you will, that that little
glue-like substance in the cell there,
from its inherent forces is able, tin
nided, to do all this, but never there
after sneer at Cluistians about
" blind credulity," and " boundless
Wo ncccpt evolution as a fact.
Wc simply differ from the material
istic evolutionists in holding that
back of all these iiihoicutj, naliual
forces, there is a directing, guard
ing, controlling power. The best
science of to-rtuy is not materialistic,
but thcistie. "With Agassiz, 'on
Ponikesc Island, it kneels bcfoic
that Power back of nature and
nature's forces, and worships Him.
(Prom our own Correspondent.)
On the night of the 22nd we had a
terrific thunder-storm, tho lightning
struck the telephone line in tho
vicinity of Ililo and damaged it to
the extent of several hundred
dollars. On the morning of the 23d
tho clouds rolled away and revealed
Mauna Kwa covered with snow for
miles down its sides a grand sight
and Wafifit snow of the season.
The Ililo Library Association
gave an amateur performance at the
Court House on the evening of the
2fth, which was well attended in
spile of the very bad weather. The
performance was a success, and was
repeated on the evening of tho 28th,
to a good audience about $150 was
realized for tho purchase of books
for the Association. The tax-payers,
native and foreign, held a mass
meeting at the Court House on the
28th, and resolutions were passed,
and ordered to bo printed in both
native and English papers, condemn
ing the notion of the assessor, E.
Kckoa, in raising the taxes enorm
ously without justification or
giving notification to tho tax-payers
of having done so ; also dissatisfac
tion was expressed at the Minister
who appointed such a man.
The surf has been very high the
past few days, and wo hear that
nearly all of Mr. Lidgatc's now works
at Kaiwilahilahi (near Laupahochoe)
have been swept away. This must
be a great loss.
On the 2Cth the schooner Courser,
Capt. Wm. Colby, anived, 30 days
from Port Towiibcnd, with full
cargo of lumber for Shipman &
Bridges. Surf is still high, and
Likclike obliged to go over to the
Waiakea side of the bay. Wo need
our lailroad a noitheily winter will
convince the planters of this.
Ililo, Nov. 30th. 1H82.
(Fiom Our Own Curri'Pixjndvnt.)
Tho railroad on Lahaina Planta
tion w ill probably bo in operation in
about a month. Three schooners
may be seen in the harbor to-day,
discharging their cargoes of tics.
The iron is nearly all on the ground
The mill has been running nearly
two week's. Tho cine looks ex
Tho Anglican Chapel is under
going repairs. No services weie
held in it last Sabbath, nor will theio
bo any next. After that all will go
on as usual.
Lnlmhin, Dec. 2nd, 1882.
LOCAL AND GENERAL ITEMS.
Tiiunt Exs. Gibson and Ivaai
crossed tho Pali yesterday on trip
round the island.
Wi: notice that Mr. S. Nott is
now showing quite a fine lot of new
War can't wc grow good oyesters
here? Is there anything in tho
climate to prevent it?
J. T. Wateuhousu's No. 10 Fort
street Store is showing a lino dis
play of Christmas goods.-' Call and
Tin: Woman's Hoard of Missions
will hold their legular monthly
meeting to-day, at half-past two, in
tho Ladies parlor of Foit street
Tm: verdict brought ju by tho
Coroner's Jury on the denth of the
native at Kamoiliill was "died by
poison ndininistcicd by a person or
Mu.,1). W. Clark,, Jeweller, has
on exhibition in his shop on Hotel
street,- aciuiosity in tho slinpo of a
"coqkplieusant" caught by hlrnsclf
in' the4 mountains.
Tin: locality on Umina stvoqt,
"iiitu uvuuuni iiiinjr ua,wuH
much infcylcd with' n dnuiken hack -
clii verbis now patronized by a lltldlcT
aim ',a uanjo, aiui every nigiit mc
scene of a merry carnival. ,
i O i
Tub Ladies of Fort Street Church
aro getting up a Christmas box for
tho lepers. Contributions may bo
sent to tho church to-morrow and
TiiKitr, is a very fine imitation
marble bust of a lady in 1$. F.
Elders & Co.'s window. What
makes it lcmarkable is tho beautiful
lace with which its dress is trimmed.
Wn hear that efforts aro being
made to hno Merchant street
widened. This is a very good idea,
but wc want to know how itiupio
posed lobe done, and who is to
settle the bill?
Somi: ltiles ought to be issued
guiding the tralllc in our blreets.
They arc so nairow and tho vehicles
so numerous that it is a Wonder
accidents do not more frequently
Mkssiis llnckfcld & Co., tho
Agents of the P. M. S. S. Co., arc
now authorized to grant return
tickets to poisons going to San Fran
cisco. The pi ice up will bo 876, as
before, but the return journey will
be made for $00.
A skhious fire might have destroy
ed the town pn Saturday night. At
tho old Globe Hotel a boarder went
to bed, and bcfoic going to sleep put
n small table with a lamp on it next
his bed, and then put tho mosquito
not over it. After reading some
time ho fell asleep with the lamp
burning, and only woke up to find
his bed on fire, and his hands and
face burned. By prompt action tho
fire was put out. How often, wo
wonder, have people to bo warned
about falling asleep and leaving a
OPINION OF AN EMINENT ARTIST.
Mit. TiiKooonr. Hacikx. Tho
editor of the New York Weekly Re
view, one of the leading musical
papers of this country, in speaking
of.thc Colibri Piano, said: "It is
much smaller and weighs considera
bly less than anysquaio Piano Foito
wo have yet seen. It can bo handled
with perfect ease ; at'tho same time
it offers nono of those, ungainly
aspects which some other alterations
of tho usual shape have presented.
It is a thorough square Piano Forte,
only very small, but at tho same
timo very proportionate and beauti
ful aiid can speak to.such an ex
tent, with such power and sonoiity,
that wo must sec, as well as hear it,
to believe it possible. Here is truly
'a gieat soul in a small body.'
Throughout the scale tho tone is
even, very full and sonorous, brilli
ant and melodious; tic action is
easy, and the woikmanship indi
cates great caie on tho pait of those
who were intrusted witli it." These
pianos are for sale at G. F. Wells'
auctionTales BYnrs7pRAff& Co.
SrMBCI.VT- I 0X1013.
On Thursday, December 14.
at our Sl" Itoom, Denver Block,
nt 10 o'clock a. m.,
JJO Pure Merino and
P. S. PRATT & Co., AiicUonpers.
a'lmilntJoh Jaolp Wauled.
Q A NATIVES mid !J0 Chinamen.
t4J Good widest.
200 88 King street.
Ship "JBopo" Foi? Sale.
fivk The good ship " IIOPE,"
ffeiV "" "" tlKT i"veniory, siorcs,
rlfl ij-.Yl' mnlMMPM for Knln
Si'! ' -' ;--. -
term', Ac., imply to
A. W. PE
Sugar It oiler.
WITH good lccoinniciiilution-', looks
for employment. Apply to
2031 w ll. A. WIDEMANX.
Poultry For Sale.
TURKEYS, CHICKENS, & DUCKS
ill quantities toxttlt.
Telephone 1H0 (Wilkinson's) 253
T OST, between tho Mustc Hull'iiml
JLi Victoria street, on .Mommy oven
lug, u- DJiuik Felt HAT. The tinder will
lio lewaukil by leaving tho t-iiniu at this
Q SEWING WOMEN, and
O 1 Machine Operator.
23!) OAVENAGH'S AGENCY!
Offlcu Sun't Water Works.
Honolulu, July U, 1882.
ALL persons having Water Privileges,
am notified that their Water Rates
are paynblo MJiiil-annuully, i advance,'
nt (hu office ol the SiipcrlnU'iulcnt of
WMcr'Wbtlw, foot of Nuiiium utrec't,
upon tho 1st day of Januitrr nud July of
each your. OHAB. D. WlLSON.
. I S.TJ. Ivaai, MiuUtof imrlor.
tjup'M ator, works.,
Akothi:u '"runaway 'bn Sunday
afternoon. A horso and -buggy
camo along Queen street from the
Waikiki end, between 4 nud 6 r.sr.,
and turned down Punchbowl street.
rTho wheels cntno in contact with a
lamp post and wcro smashed. A few
ynids further on tho whole capsized
and becamo a total wreck. The
accident resulted from the horse
being loft Standing in the street
without anybody in tho vehicle.'
rpiIE lnllowlng named pcr-on ate
X hereby untitled Ihul their "AlalMiiui
Clniiui icmiircthilr Immediate pergonal
attendiineo at tho olllcc of the under-
- All eliilnn, whether mentioned below
or nol, mitil go for wind by the pteamer
Sue, on Ducumlict 2.', or they will bo
illU'K J ion,
Mukauui, - .
I'lkn (Peter Now loin
No. 13 Kimliuuiiimi street.
lonohilii,iDcc.'l11883.. , 2G2 lw
CAKES I CAKES 1
Christmas and New Year I
For sale of all descriptions both
Plain and Ornamental,
Consisting of Fruit, Pound,
Sponge, Citron, &c., &c.
Alo, HORN'S well-known
men axiiscnj ajLLLvr,
Christmas and Now Yeni'd
!M!iiace !E?ie.s !
Also, a very largo assortment of. .
Fancy Sugar Toys !
of my Qjvn manufacture, and. guaranteed
to be free from all poisonous colore, mi'
extensively U'Scd In the inanilfiicturo.of
lriip'bflcd candies. 1i '"''
C57Tlic largest and
Finest Stock of Candies! '
consisting 'of several thousand pound
of my ow n manufacture, and guar.
nntced strictly pure, for
DF. XIOXSJX, '
Sloam Candy Factory and Bakery,
Hotel bticet, (between Fort & Nuuanu)
Merchants & Storekeepers.
AS THE YEAR IS CLOSING I ddi
siio to pav that all merchants nud
storekeepers will (bid it to thuir Interest
to patronize mo if outside help is ic
qulied lo adjust accounts, arrange book,
and general business matter for the new
C2f Commercial matters of ccry des
cription attended to.
J. E. WISEMAN,
General Business Agent,
2011m 27 Meiolinnl otu'ct.
FROM Hawaiian to English, and vlcn
201 88 King stioet.
"J7XPERT ACCOUNTANT. Intricate
JlU and complicated accounts adjusted.
Engrossing, &e., &c-,
done to order. Will prepare Deeds,
Lease", and Mortgages, in legal form.
Dook.keeping In eveiy form,
Bills Collected. Making up mechanics'
accounts and hooks a specialty.
230 Agency, 88 King'st., Honolulu.
TO RENT, on Kulnokahun
Plnins, coiner of Kinnii nnd
Pensncola streets, one LARGE
COTTAGE, containing Parlor, Dining
Room, 3 Dedrooms, Bath-room with all
modcrifcoavcaicaccs; largo Pantry and
Kitchen, with latticed veranda room
attached; also Stable, with 2 stalls, liny
audi cairiazo rooms) and 2 rooms for
servants. I or' further particulars apply
to WM. W. HALL. 25!)
ALL persons having horses pasturing
without permission, on that piece
of land facing King street, recently oc
cupied by Mr. Cutter, nnd known as Kc
walo, aio hereby notified that their
hoiM-'s -will bo impounded if found.there
after tho 1st of December.
W. L. WILCOX.
Honolulu, Nov. 80, 1882. .23!) lw
THE undersigned gives notico that ho
has been appointed by the Court
of Commissloncis of Alabama Claims a
Coinnili'sloner to tnko tho testimony of
such witnesses; .us, may como before hi
to bo used in the invcstiEnthin of nt
claims which may bo presented before
, ! , D. A. flltvKESLEyuT
Honolulu, Nov. 23, 1882. 230 lm
DURING th6' temporary hbscaro'of
Mr. W. G, Irwin from this King,
dom, Mr. W. M. Gikkauu will attcifd to
tho business of oiir liousc - ' ' "'
8202m , , ypi, G(iIlWJN & qo,
;' CHRISTMAS !
J. T. Waterhouse
Has specially imported n la'ge qunntlly
Suitable for Presents
for both old and young.
Doautlful Pictures In splendid (jilt Iramei,
Gilt Bracket, and tl-icks,
Yoik Boxes nnd Baskets,
Desks, Dressing Cases, InkMnnds,
Gloo and Handkerchief Boxes,
Book Slides, Sntchclr,
Minors, Bionzes, ,
Chilsliuas Cauls, wood aiHVirrotidr
TOYS, DRUMS, GUNS, SWORDS,
Bows and Arrows, 81 Ton Cannon,
Papier Macho Card Trays,
From 3'ccnts to ?23, dressed & undrcss'd
Doll's Trousseaux and every requisite.
Comncndlunis, Starltlngolctte, ,
Triple Bowling, Bnlnnco Games, An
t2C-E.VCrytliiug.wilL icfound to pleass
the most fastidious taste, nnd no
stocking need go empty for
want of a present.
No. 10 Fort Street.,
sJ-m - :....
Dissolution of Fnrtiicrshlp.
THE partnership heretofore existing
between RAUPP & SCHRADElF,
of IhcGcirnhniii Market, is thlsday'iils.
solved by mutual consent. A'l out
Htandlng dehls of the Into firm will bo
collected and all bills duo will be paid
by Geo. M. Ruupp. ,
' Geo. 31. Rauit,
Gi:o. D. ScmiADEn.
Honolulu, Dec. 1, 1882.
The business In future will bo carried
rr In.'. Clrn T. T).t 'nu.l !. -.fu.
l-l'w . jhwhijiu, nun vy ynyiag
strict attention to business nnd supply
ing the best meats procutnblc, liopcs to
recciro tho liberal support accorded to
thejnte llrm. 2fl2 1nt
BOOTS & SHOES I
Foot-wear of all kinds,
and to suit every purse.
: l3. G-EltTZ . ."'
Ilns just opened nnd is now Belling it
of Boots and Shoes
of the best workmanship nnd neatest '
'Embroidered Christinas Slippers.
Gentlemen's Pino Wear in
English Walking Shoes, , ,
Congress Gaiters, &c , &c.
Tho " Slronghold" Erigfish Walking Gaitart
that never lip.
French Calfskin Dress Bdots,
,,l,inS Boots, Plantation Bpots,
ladies' and Children's Boots and Shoes
in the latest fashions.
CSTA largo stock of French Dressing.
.) x F. GERTZ,
201 ly Opposite Pantheon Stables
DiAS & G0NSALES
: ''No. 57 Hotel Street. ' '
, ', From Mndcirai '
Work Boxes nnd Tables,
Parlor Tables, Writing Desks.
.. rPapcr Knives, Rulers, f
Glove, Handkerchief, & Jewelry Boxes,
Hair Chains, Necklaces,
Bioochcs, &c, &0,
in different styles, and very low
prices; also, just received
, new lines of
' Holiday Goods 1
, Embroidery nnd Crochet Work,
All tho 'above will bo fpund in great
vqricjty, nndiiciccllent quality,
in u together 'with n)l ho
i usual stock df a '
, Dry GootlH Establishment.
.r.cu,1,Tm, '"y yiU.huiidso'mciy for
.thdHrouble, v v T r " isiftf
k. A - W. J& Sft 4l-A-ti v, mJ,