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BTSIIOP & Co., BANKEKS
'Honolulu, Hawaiian Island".
Draw Exchange on the
JBnulc oi' California, &. IT.
Ami their agents In
NEW YORK, BOSTON, HONG KONG.
Messrs. X. M. Rothschild &Son, Tendon.
The Commercial 11 mk Co., of Sydney,
The Cotnmeiclal Hank Co,, of Sjdiwy,
The Bank of New Zealand- Auoklaud,
OhrHchiirch, mid Wellington.
The lliuk 6( Billlsh Columbia, Vic
toria, 11. O. nml Poitlnnd, Hi.
Transact a Gcncrnl Hanking llnolno".
This fact cm
public safety here.
phaaizes tlio responsibility of the
nuthorilics for the most ample pro
tection of the community by day
riodced to nolthcr Sect nor ratty.
But established for tho binrfit of all.
SATURDAY, JAN. 17. 1885.
THIS EVENING'S DOINGS.
Casino at the Park, open all day.
lletliel .Sunday School, at !): 15.
Fort St. Church S. S. at D:-15.
St. Andrew's Cathedral S. S. 10.
llolhel, Services, morning and
St. Andrews' Cathedral, service,
morning and evening.
Fort St. Church, service, morning
A TERRIBLE SECRET.
A California paper has the head
ing to a telegram in prominent type
"A well-kept secret, which might
have been used to injure Cleveland."
After all the accusations against the
President elect's character through
which he waded to the head of the
nation, it might be supposed that
what was kept hack, which other
wise might have injured him, was
home enormity of wickedness, beside
which the hanging of his grand
mother's pet cat would have been
baintlincss. The terrible secret,
however, proved to be that the first
free-trade clul) in America was
formed in the law office of Bisscll &
Cleveland, Buffalo, after the Civil
"War, and that Mr. Cleveland has
been from the beginning and is to
day president of the organization.
Terrible enough, but not so very
much worse than the policy of tariff
reform laid down in full view in the
Democratic platform, nor than the
pronounced free-trade speeches of
Mr. Hendricks, Democratic Vice
President elect, dining the cam
paign. The Republicans played on
the anti-free trade string, as it was,
for all they were able, and perhaps
protection would only have received
a worse blow if Mr. Cleveland's
dread secret had been divulged be
fore the election, mid his party
forced to the trade issue all along
the line. It seems to be dawning
upon the minds of a majority of the
American nation thai the protection
of high taxation bcnclits the few
at the expense of the many,
and the little spice of free
trade with the rest of creation, which
may be expected during the ensuing
administration, may bring clear day
light upon the subject. Possibly at
, next-election it may 'lie the highest
political wisdom on the pari of Mr.
Cleveland and his followers to pro
claim upon the housetops principles
that, it appeals, they to some extent
. in the past contest locked up in their
breasts as a terrible secret. Jfpio
tection cannot succeed in the United
States it can nowhere, for her vas
extent of territory, covering almost
every variety of soil and resources,
yields scope for a large share of free
trade within the tariff wall that
forms her borders. As the country
is filling up with people, however, it
is becoming more and more apparent
that home production cannot keep
, up with home demand for an increas
ing variety of commodities. This
is, for one thing, the case with
sugar, and one of tho arguments
used to support the renewal of old
and negotiation of new treaties with
; 'Biirrnr-nr mw i n r countries.
'0 o D
THE PLENARY COUNCIL
nil, catholic uiuiicii in this
UNITED STATES AT llAI-TlMOriU.
On Sunday, Nov. 0th, ull., the
largest council of the Catholic Chin cli
ever held in tho Western Hemisphere
convened at the cathedral of Balti
more, which had already witnessed
several councils, the very Hist of
which was held in 1789. It has been
78 years oinco the cathedral corner
stone was laid by Bishop Carroll, the
very first Bishop of Baltimore, and
G3 years since the complete building
was consecrated -by Archbishop
Mareschab Even alongside the new
cathedral of New York city, its vene
rable dignity would in.no wise be
diminished by the'grandeur and opu
lence of the now structure.
The streets between the Archbis
hop's house and the cathedral were
thronged with thousands of people
anxious to witness the grand proces
sion of all the members of the Coun
cil. Some streets were almost im
passable. First came about 130
theologians wearing (surplice, amiel,
led and gold cope and bcrrctta.
Next came 25 chantcis, and then
the regular and secular clergy, about
70 in number, dicsscd like the theo
logians, and about ".'00 scminaiians
wearing surplice and bcrrctta. Next
came all the pi elates of tho Council.
The monsignori, dressed like the
theologians; were marching ahead of
the piclalcs, and then the abbots,
ten in number, most of them bene
dictincs, many wearing long beards,
and all of them having white mitres,
and copes of red color. Next came
the bishops, numbering over fifty
and wealing rich red and golden
copes, amice and plain gold mitres.
Next came the twelve Archbishops
and finally the Apostolic Delegate,
Archbishop Gibbons, wearing amice,
alb, cincture, led stole and red cope,
on his head a white mitre ornamented
Willi gold, and in his hand his crosier
or pastoral btaff. On the way ti
the church the chanters sang "Vcni
Creator Spiritus" and "Ave Maiia
Stella." "When the procession had
entered the church, and the clergy
men and pi elates taken their lcspec
tive seats, Aichbishop Kemick, of
St. Louis, began the celebration of a
pontifical high mass in the presence
of the apostolic delegate. The
music, which was of the Cecilian
and Palestrina Schools, in strict har
mony with the niles of the Catholic
liturgy, was rcndcied b' two choirs,
one composed of the official chantcis
of the council, assisted by -10 scnii
uaiians from St. Sulpico, and the
other composed of 80 voices, the
lcgular chorus of the cathedral and
St. James' Church.
At tho conclusion of the mass the
pulpit was occupied by Archbishop
great truths, which glvo certain mo
tive to morality. 2nd, by tho refor
mation of morals amongst her own
children ; and 3rd, by her solicitudo
for the poor and suffering members
of society. And I believe that, she
never bad a grander mission in all
her nistory than she has to-day to
the noble, generous and fair-minded
American people. Therefore wc
have ground of hope that she will
be u "rreal conservative power in
this young and promising lepublic."
After sermon the choirs sang an
anliphon and n psalm. Then the
Apostolic Dclcgato recited a prayer
in Latin; the Litany of the Saints
weie chanted; and after another
short prayer and the singing of
'Vcni Cicator," the Apostolic Dele
gate declared the council opened,
and all the members of the council
made the profession of faith, by ad
vancing in front of the altar, kneel
ing down two by two before the
Bible, and kissing the open page as
they made their profession. Though
the labors of the plenary council
shall not be made public until the
whole work of the Council has been
sent to Rome and reviewed there,
still wc know from a pastoral letter
of the plenary council all the very
important subjects upon which they
have legislated. They arc: 1st, the
Vatican Council; 2nd, the infallibi
lity of the Pope ; 3rd, the trials of
the church: 4th, the church -and the
lepublic; 3th, the education of the
cleigy; Oth, the pastoral rights;
7th, Christian education ; 8th, the
EMMA SQUARE CONCERT.
The Band will play at Kmma
Square this evening at 7:30. Tho i
following is tho programme :
Ovei lure Berlin Life Conradl
Waltz Golden Myrtles Fahrbach
Three Horn?", by request.. Mendelssohn
Ga otto Welcome- (new) ........ Klius
Cuvaltua Queen of Golcmida. (new)
1'olU Military, (now) Wnldteufel
TO THE LADIES
TWO IMPORTED BULL
TEKRIER PUPS, i
T. M. STAUKEY.
csAl.T. T. Wntorhousc's.
Quean Street store. 1)21 tf
-Sew ("olttiBe lo TLt.
ANEW COT PAGE, corner of Fcina
cola and ICInnii streets; four rooms,
kitchen, bath, and pantry. Water laid
on. Health) location. Terms lc.ison
able. Enquire of Lvons "oL-vey, or
W. o: ATWATER,
021 2w Gov't Building
npiIE partnership heretofore existing
X between E. IS. MILES and J. B.
MILES is dissolved by mutual consent.
.1 miliary, 10, 1S8j. (CO at
' ' ' - - i -.
DUE B. F. EI1LERS & CO. muRt
l.e paid before Kebruaiy Ut, or
llicy will be placed In the hands of
a collector, mid payment enforced.
For the Aiignecs of B. F. Killers
II. W. SCHMIDT.
lionoiuiu, oauuary win, ims.i.
IRJEAJD! S3r JEME-AX l& IJLHIGLO !
Juit Received by last steamer one of tha largast Invoices of
LafliBS'. Hisses'. CMWrBn's & TDfifflts' .Waar
a&25"" Lid lei1 Aprons, tSaE2T
Infants' Role3, " Drawers, Children's Chemises,
" Skirls, ', Gown, " Aprons,
' Cloaks, " Skirts, " Drawers
" Dresses, " Sacqiw, " Skills.
" Shawls, ( " Collars, " Sun Bom.uts,
" Chemises, " Flshuos, " Waists,
" Gowns " Chemises, ' " Diesses,
" Wrappers. " Corset Covers, "' Cloaks,
-atST ' Calico Wrappers. IBlW
ALL THE ABOVE GOODS WE ARE ABLE TO OFFER AS
T' .Father Clement, of the Roman
v Catholic mission hcic, lias furnished
us with the interesting extracts from
f n report of tho Plenary Council in
'Baltimore, which appear elsewhere.
A second trial of Biidgcs may or
may not place him in a more favor
able position toward the law. One
thing is," however, established be
yond the effects, of any new light.
That is, that the Pistol is not a
recognized agent of justice or
Ryan. His sermon was on "The
church in her council." JS years
ago. Said he:
"Some of us here picscut beheld
a similar spectacle in this cathedral.
The contrast in the number of pre
lates p.ent is a fair index to the
progiess of the Catholic Church.
Foily-six then represented the Ca
tholic Church of the United Stales;
and, now the chinch numbers theni
over 70 with a piopoitional advance
in the religious orders and the
clergy. Tho foundation of the boeial
edifice seems most shaken, and men
arc looking for a stionger and more
permanent basis for morality. They
feel that the tendency is toward
greater license still. I believe that
the eyes of niniry thoughtful men of
dilfcrcnl denominations and of no
denomination at all, arc directed
towards this conncilj and they nrc
disposed to say to us, 'Can you, Ca
tholic bishop and priests, do any
thing to help to stem the torrent
already so threatening r" Wo cannot
trust men as wo formerly did.
Honor, honesty, and purity seem on
the wane. The church of tho 1st
century was the church of tho 2nd,
and so until the present century.
Her bishops meet in council, pre
serving tho chain of testimony un
broken, unbroken because as tho
breaking' of the Atlantic cable at
any point would prevent the trans
mission of a message from Europe,
so if the chain of testimony be not
unbroken, we cannot know with cer
tainty the gieat fundamental facts
of Christianity. Look around and
see it (the church) represented in
pait in this great council. How
gjorious it is! How real! How
living! The church in her councils
acts for the benefit of society in
thico diffeient ways: let, by pre
serving tho purity and certainty of
Christian home, i. c, what makes
the home Clnislian: Christian innr
liago, the indissolubility of marriage,
home virtues, . c, Christian charity
which consists in the love of God
and of our neighbor, good reading,
the Holy Scriptures, the Catholic
press; 9th, the Lord's Day ; 10th,
Forbidden societies; 11th, Catholic
societies; 12th, Homo and Foreign
Missions. Tho regulations made by
the Council upon these numerous
and vast subjects will not be made
public until they have been reviewed
and approved at Rome.
As a divine blessing of their
labors, one offer of 8300,000 has
been made to them ly Miss Mary
G. Caldwell, a young lady of New
York city, as the foundation for a
Catholic University, to be established
in New Yoik city or its vicinity,
under the guiding hand of the Coun
cil, for the higher education of the
future ministry of the Catholic
Church in the United States.
This Plenary Council docs plainly
show what progress the Catholic
Church has made in the United
Stales of Amciica during the last
hundred years. From a few thou
sand wc have grown lo be eight
millions. Said Bishop Spalding, of
Peoria, in a thanksgiving sermons, in
presence of the members of the
"Then (100 years ago), we were
without organization. Now this
solemn council, more numerous and
more free than any which could be
assembled elsewhere, is the most
striking evidence of our perfect
oiganization. Then wc had no
schools ; now nearly half a million
children receive instruction in Catho
lic schools. Then chinches were
few and poor, now they are counted
by thousands, and many of them arc
monuments. Like the growth ot
the country, our progress has been
so rapid and so manifest, that words
but enfeeble the impression stamped
upon all minds by the facts theni
bclvcs." Extracts from the "Bal
timore Weekly Sun."
4y a tr i9 Baa Baa 'fi? a
The Rev. Alex. Mackintosh will
preach at St. Andrews Cathedral to
morrow morning, and Rev. George
Wallace in tho evening.
Pastor Oggel will preacli morning
and evening at the Bethel church
to-morrow. The morning sermon
espeeinlly for new converts. A shoit
practical sermon in the evening.
At Fort Street Church to-morrow
morning, Pastor Cruzan will resume
his five minute sermons to children,
and preach a sermon to adults upon,
" Somo lessons taught us by Mrs.
Ilampsoii's mission." Tho monthly
collection for city mission work will
bo taken up, In the evening tho
Rev. Robt. Mackenzio, of San
Francisco, will preach.
AVING ENLARGED THESE
Central & Commodious Stables
we aie prepared to furnish first-class
turnouts with gcnile horse, with or
without drivois, A fine wagonette in
E Sticks ut till Monr;.. -. ,
day and niht. Horses taken to board
by day, wick, or month, on reasonable
teims. Saddle horsas to let.
Hoi'kcn I3oiip;lrt and Sold,
A IJncgigc Wagon dclivcis to all
parts of the city. Furniture moving
O W. MACKARLANE, ),,
E. R. MILES. 'riops
fl20 3m Telephone No. 32.
HOUSE on Niiuanu Yvonne, No. 389,
seven looms, and a hath. Rent,
25. Applv on the premises.
l-welliiify House in Xet.
"?. & 'P'ie premises now occupied
Z&SW by .fudge McOully, on Berc
l&SSS&tt tanla street, in Kuloakahua,
will be rented after the 1st of Febiuary,
18-5, at leasonablc latcs. The house is
commodious, and the outhouses con
enicnt. The grounds nre well planted
with trees and blnuhs. Enquire of
H02 tf S. B. DOLE.
.affiMA I'-ilama, near Reformatory
KKhiSSiScliool, a now and commodious
WiViiiJriieottagc. Suitable for a family.
Has never been occupied. Easy terms
to u good tenant.
Good stabling, servants' loom's, and n
On the piemitos, or J. E. Wisizman, 27
Muichant st., Honolulu. SS8
t ftk- S HMALL FURNISHED 4
.fci'rfi!& or n. roomed Cottage in town,
cKa pleasantly located. Or a tied
room and parlor in a private family,
with board, for gentleman nnd-wife.
Addiess or apply to
J. E. WISEMAN,
010 U' General Business Agent.
i cook House, anil every
enlenre, lo lot; uud Fur-
iiituiu lor tale. Apply on the premises
at No. 187 Nuiianu Street. 010 If
A SMALL COITAGE AT LELEO.
XX. Apply to T. W. RAWLINS,
We also wcjuld statu that wc are constantly receiving new and desir
able styles of goods direct from the manufacturers, and that wc shall
9par,c no exertion to. meet, by prompt attention,' low prices, and Urn beat
of goods, your entire confidence.
Ordcra fron the other Islands promptly attended to.
Temple of Fashion,
Nos. 61 and 63 Fort Streets.
I ! !! I II! I I J
DILLINGHAM & Co.
Fort Street, Honolulu,
Importers & Dealers in Hardware & Agricultural Implements,
Windmills for Stock Ranches and Irrigation.
A new invoice of Plows, of all sizes, just received.
Fence Wire and Staples.
Kerosene Oil a specialty.
Paints, Varnishes, Turpentine it Oil.
Detroit Cups. Albany Compound. .
House Furnishing Goods & Silver Plated "Ware.
The Corner Harness Store
Still to the Front !
Large invoices of Goods (of all descriptions) having been received by mc, they
WILL BE SOLD AT LOWER PRICES,
Than the same quality of Goods can be purchased el sewhero in Honolulu, and
satisfaction guaranteed. My stock consists of all kinds of AMERICAN,
ENGLISH AND SYDNEY MANUFACTURE.
Saddles, Belts, Pouches, Leggings, Saddle Cloths, School Bags, &c,
Bits, S.purs and Stirrups, &c, in Nickel and Silver Plate.
The reputation of my HOME-MADE HAJINESS for superfluity of workmanship"
anu material remains unchallenged ctuilng my six years lc-iaencvnere.
Thankful for the gencious patronage of the past, its coiitinuance-and iucicaso in
the futuie is respecttully solicited at the old stand.
8SC 3m ' Corner of Fort and King streets, Honolulu, II. I.
My llrst is nieiely half,
My second Is quite round;
Both combined,, my second of
A half thcio will bo found.
- SQUAriE WORD.
Sold by groeeis; a musical expres
sion; tumult; pi cclsc period.
F HOUSE AND LOT on School
street. Lease has 8 years to run.
lloiihu contains ft i corns, bath and kit
chen. O'l tho piumlscs uio stable, car
riage) house, fowl houso, &c. water
inns through the yard. Just the place
for two gentlemen or a Email family.
010 2w JNO. A. PALMER.
Building Lois for Sale.
SEVERAL bunding lots for sale or
rental Kapahima, near thoNiuhe
lewai bridge, on the Euu side of the
lane leaning to Austin's estate. Easy
terms. Applv to W. C. ACH1,
Iiw olllec of W. R. Castle, 837 tf
OR GENTLEMEN ONLY'. Apply
10 J1KS, UUKJNliK, YJ AlQICCn
JOSEPH. E. WISEMAN,
The Only Recognized General Business Agent on the Hawaiian Islands.
DESTA131L.ISIIII3r 1 870.
Offices in Campbell's Eire-proof Building, 27 Merchant St., Honolulu, H. T.
T. O. Bos 3XG : : : : Teloiihonc 173.
REAL ESTATE AGENT Buys and sells Real Estate in all parts of tho King
dom. Rents Offices, Houses, Cottages and Rooms.
SOLICITING AGEJST FORWILDER'S INTER-ISLAND STEAMERS-Tour
iets and the Traveling Public will apply to ine for Tickets and Information to
SOLICITING AGENT FOR THE MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE CO. OF NEW
10R1C The Largest, Giandest and Soundest Institution of its kind in tho
AGENT FOR .THE GREAT BURLINGTON RAILWAY ROUTE IN AMERICA
This Route excels nil other loutcs going East, the tcenery being the grandest,
the meals the choicest and tho Palace ami Dining Cars the handsomest and moft
EMPLOYMENT AGENT F,Iuds Employment for nil seeking work In tho vari
ous branches of industry on the Islands.
SOLICITING AGENT FOR THE CITY- OF LONDON FIRE INSURANCE CO.
The best known Company in the Islands.
CUSTOM HOUSE BROKER Entcis Goods at Custom House, pays and discharges
Freight and Duty Rills under power of Attornoy.
MONEY BROKER Loans Money at all times on flrsl-elnss fccurltiy.
GENERAL BUSINESS' AGENT Legal Pnpeih of every description drawn. Bills
Distiihutcd and Collected. Books and Accounts kept und adjusted. Records
Searched. Rents Collected. Taxes and IiiEinancu on Proi criy looked alter.
Copying and Eugrotslng done. Advertisements, Newspaper Articles, Corres
pondence and Commercial Business of every nature piomplly and accurately
AGENT FOR THE NEW AIUSIC HALL AT HONOLULU-Companles abroad
will conopond with mo for terms, etc. Oiders for Island Shells, Cuilos, Lava
Specimens, Native Views and Photoj carefully filled and foiw.uded to all parts
ot tho World.
EST Information appertaining to the Islauds given and all coircspoudence faith,
JOSEPH E. WaSiOTAA',
873 Genoral Business Agent, Honolulu, Hawaiian Islands.
Have received ex Mariposa,
Cala. Raits, Quail, Salmon, Cauliflower, k Celery,
ASJIu ON ICE.
Jaiioy- and Staple Grroceries.
Fine Eating Apples, Cal, Potatoes, in gunnies.
Island Orders solicited. Telcphono No. 340. P. O. Box 207. (702
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