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BISHOP OF PANOPOLIS.
His Lordship's Visit to Kohaln, Hn
mtilcua nnrt Hilo.
Tlirougli tlio wi.'ll known kindness
ami frciiurosily of Messrs. Wilder t
Co., llie Kiulif Rev. Gulstnti, JJihhop
of L'atio)olis, suddenly arrivod at,
.Nl'almkoiia on April 7. llis Lordsliip
was expected on tho Sth only, for
his first pastoral visit; and so the
reception to take place al tho 11a
lmvn Station failed; but it was really
good luck that ho thus arrived: it
would havo boon a solemn disap
pointment! Our hearty thanks to
hi a wink notice of tho arrival of
the good ship Likuliko at Mahukona
was carried around Kohala, and not
withstanding hoiivy rain and muddy
roads a goodly gathering of people
wailed upon "his Lordship at the
station, soveral carriages of promi
nent Portugue.-o being in attendance.
Presently resounds tho whistlo of
"liiiuka"' arrived tho fiery steed and
elegant buggy of Mr. and'.Mrs. -to
convov tlio Bishop: bombs being
tired to salute his Lordship; all
drove and ran to church to welcome
the "pastor by tho chant of the "To
Deum." accompanied by W. I. F. r
Bonavontura of I'una, Paul of Ila
makua ami Oliver. The organ was
occupied during all tlio services by
the head school teacher.
The people had been very busy
tuning several days in uecoraung
the church, the schoolhouso and tho
yard. Two beautiful arches of 25
IVet high had also been erected, the
Bishop's motto dominating among
"Tuns sum ego, salvuni mo fae.
Save your Child.
Gulstan. Ilishop of Panopolis,
Tho two canvases measured 10
Miuaro feet, a crayon work of Mr.
Lost and Found.
StJe. one time; c.im-
Ath: muter thin hetttl
tinned, Sm. ench time.
rash, to publicly thank hero Mr. and
Mrs. C. Li. Wight for thoir genero
sity towards many? Tho ovouiug
saw us back at Halawa, all safe ana
On Wednesday, tho Bishop wout
over to Kawaihao-uka; several bap
tisms and 5) confirmations; horo the
mouutain cold and brisk rain had
brought down tho boat of festivities,
and we all were glad to havo a littlo
rest and to bo spared off tho afflu
oneo of Kohala. On Thursday, sev
eral children woro baptized at Wai
niea and confirmation was given to
15 people; but horo again wo woro
bound to reconnnenco tho trial. A
grand luau was served a la kanaka; a
success for that good people. Tho
church had boon finely decorated
and throe arches erected in tho
yard, with tho inscription: "Aloha
But we must go to Hamakua.
Thanks to all of you, without
special mention, and may God bless
you all and give you a thousand in
return. Afahn oukou amifloa, t o'u
)ina keiki; na luthi c, krt Makua nui
JCiilfkanu. A ike linn in!
Tho 'main effect of tho Bishop's
first pastoral visit to Kohala was
principally a good many baptisms,
257 confirmations and tlio blessing
of the now chapel at Mahukona.
His Lordship sincerely regrets that
ho could not repay visits; time was
too short. Voluntary contributions
amounting to if'.lil.lo covered all ex
penses, leaving a balance of ?13.30
for the church. Aloha Oi'koc.
Halawa, April 27, 1893.
Ail, mttler th'n hetttl,
tiiitittt, 1th: etich tinu:
Houses To Let.
ue time; cnt-
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linutil, 10e. cueh lime.
Rooms To Lot.
Ada. mttler thin heitd, Joe. one lime,
one ii eel. ; continued, JOc. euclt ncek.
,!(. under thi heml, .7)e. one time; eon
timiitt, Jt)c. eueh lime.
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mured until they aro well rooted, which
will take from six weeks to six months, ac
cording to its genus. Now is tho time for
ladies to make presents whother exotics or
natives, to her friends. I will also under
take to eradicate all insects that prey upon
or suck tho sap from trees and other vege
tables, which can bo expelled from 50 to 00
hours; no cure no pay.
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TO toko- TO 1IONII
Cabin l.r)0 00 $175 00
Cabin, round trip 4
months 225 00 202 50
Cabin, round trip 12
months 202 50 310 25
European Steerage... 85 (X) 1 00 00
TXy- Passengers paying full fare will be
allowed 10 purcunt oil' return faro if return
ing within twelve months.
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C. Wii.dkr, Pres. S. I!. Hose, Sec.
Cait. J. A. Kino, Port Supt.
Will leave Honolulu at 2 r. m touching at
Liihaina, Maalaca Hay and .Makciia the
same day; Mahukona, Ivawailiiiii and Lau
paboehoe tho following day, arriving at
Hilo ut midnight.
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imhouhoe same day; Kawaihae a. m.; Ma
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Bay ii I-. m.j Luhiiina H v. m. the following
day; arriving at Honolulu 0 a. m. Wednes
days uml Suturduys.
tM No Freight will ho received after
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Stmr. CL AUDINE, I
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Will leave Honolulu every Tiinsilnv at 5 I
v. M,, toiichiiig at Kaliuliil, Huelo, liana,
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live year' oxperluiicn in tlin Army,
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M. Ii. MINER, H, V. S
Vl5Ti;ilI.N.HY Sl'ltOKON, l'llVlill'IAS AMI
II old Stable.., Olliii' Hum'.-.;
in a. m.j i ;uo to a-.ao l, u.
Itesiileuco with Dr. F. L. Mimtr, lieri'ta
iiia atruot. All uillln will rocolvo prumpt
Xo Frclcht will be received after
I i'.m. on ilay of sailing.
Consignees must bo at the
receive their Freight, as wo will not hold
iiioiis ii o utter
has been landed.
A KIUST.OLAB8 FAMILY
IV Boon at WailuUi,
While the Company will ibn due dill
gcuce in hiiuilling Live Slock, wu decline
to assume any responsibility Incase of tin1
tb ot same.
The 'oiimauv will not bn
Money or juwofry iinlesn plac
All kiniln uf Vommctelnl I'ttnlino
promptly exrtmteil ut low rules ut tho
tbu gale, Special iirrungcmunti. can Uu
Hindu for Family Piuiiius anil Evmiing
Untiling Parties. rR-tr
Win. 'Smith, Jirst, tuauhor.
From early on tlio Saturday,
crowds' or unlives, principally from
Xittlii, Waiapuka and Malitikona,
llironyod in tlu clituvlnard; a large
lioitf-e was bi'cnrod for t liem to pass
the niUt quietly. Hut. it was on
tlio Sunday, Dili, that the multitudes
of the f?ood Kohala people had
gathered around tho church and
grounds, in commanding waves, the
weat lu t being fair. Without, exag
geration, limy had come from all di
rections, as tar as 12 and IS miles, to
witness tho imposing ceremonies oT
tho episcopal ma.-.s and confirmation.
Fully eight hundred people woro
present, amongst them many for
eigners specially invited. 1'oor little
chapel'. Would it had been miracu
lously enlarged for t hat clay! for all
nationalities assisted at the whole
At 10 o'clock a solemn procession
took our fatherly Bishop from his
modest old room, which he occupied
leu years ago as parisli priest, to
church, belwoeu two rows ot faith
ful, accompanied by above-mentioned
fat hers and choir boys, the two
bill.-, mingling thoir joyous tidings
with the general happiness.
limb ma.-.s H'a.i chanted bv llis
Lordship, with tho assistance of
Uev. K. ijonavenliira as deacon, Jev.
I I'aul its sub-deaeon and trained
schoolboys as minor servants. The
school children sang the mass in
Latin, and several beautiful and se
lected pieces were snug, as "O Jesu,"
by Webb; "0 Salutaris," by Lambil
lolle," etc., etc.
.After the llospol llis Lordship,
dressed in his episcopal insignia,
spoke in a clear voice to the multi
tude in three languages, taking for
subject the words of our Uedeomor
in St. John 'J0:21, "LVaco bo to you,"
and in 'dOi'2'2, "Weceivo ye tho Holy
l.ihost." His afl'octionato and fathor
Ij voice gieally impressed the silent
faithful and numerous friends.
Al l o'clock p. in. an immense luau
was served to eight hundred people,
in the mi-siou school house. In
such a crowd, peace, delight and
happiness were one anil tho same
thing; md a murmur of discontent
ment; ladies and gentlemen, natives
and Portuguese, in company of tlio
iiishops and tho Kat hors, satisfying
I lieniM'lves al pleasure, using Adam's
fork', with heel, pork, sweet potatoes,
fish, turkey, soda, bread, sweets, etc.,
etc., mid a goodly glass of wino was
si-nod with cake.-, in the parlor to
foreigners and special friends of tho
mission, not forgetting the weed.
The whole all'air was a grand success
mini beginning to mid,
JJearly thanks lo those ladies, for
their good will in helping to put up
no many eatables in a manner ex
ceedingly attractive. Before the
luau, an' address to His Lordship
Wits remarkably well rend, in Eng
lish, by a senior .-chulur, A, reniiida,
nail the writer saw more than one
tear in many eyes. Singing by the
cehoul children was also indulged in,
to the applause of those present.
At i o'clock p. in., '12 peoplo wore
coiilirmcd; several had been bap
On tlio .Monday, HHli, His Lord
ship went on the Kohala train to
j Alahuluiua, in outer to bless the new
church of St. Aim. The train looked
i wry pictuioMpio; people being seat
I ed ami clinched oven where ou tho
I The Bishop addressed tho miilti
j tilde in Knglish, Portuguese and
I native; n Miiivuuir of the good, late
i Mr. S. U. Wilder was touchinglv
i brought hi. Twenty-one people
Right Rev. Gulstan, in making his
pastoral tour around Hawaii, every
where, meets with warm and enthusi
astic, receptions. Iu Waipio especi
ally, where His Lordship had spent
the lirst lifteon vears of his mission
ary life, and wliero ho had always
been loved and vonorated as a good
and tender Father, ho was received
with genuine childlike affection.
Tho same Christians that received
him as an ordinary occlosiastic
twonty-fivo years ago, now welcomed
him to Waipio as their Bishop, and
vied with each other in paying to
him thoir respects as tho head of tho
Church in Hawaii.
It was a touching spectacle indood
to behold those good-natured in
habitants ot Waipio valley gathering
around their beloved pastor, father
and friend, with eyes moistoned with
all'ection and altogether melting
into tears when tho Bishop, in his
usual gentle manner, responded to
their loviug address of wele-otno.
They wauteil to carry mm upon
their shoulders, a haudsomo chair
having been provided for the occa
sion, but this honor the humble
Bishop respectfully declined. A
procession, in mnuy respects not un
like a funeral parade, was then form
ed, which slowly wended its way
churchward, thero to hear tho voice
of their beloved father onco more.
Tho feelings of tho Bishop at seeing
the tender lore of his own dear Wai
pio children can bo more easily
imagined than described. He was
visibly affected, and began to spoak
to them in such terms of emotion
as rendered a lengthv address im
possible, owing to tho tears and
sobs of the entire congregation.
They fairly wept liko littlo children.
High mass was celebrated tho nest
day ami 42 persons received tho
sacrament of confirmation. A grand
luau, during which the Waipio baud
was in attendance, ended tho day's
festivities, and then the Bishop bade
a sad farewell to his beloved ones,
consoling them by saying tht it
would not bo a long time before ho
should see them again.
His Lordship noxt visited Kukui-
haelo whoio the usual religious ser
vices were held and 25 persons wero
confirmed. At Honokaa tho Bishop
was warmly received and magnifi
cently entertained by his old friends,
.Messrs. Hardy and Uolanux. The
number of confirmations at Honokaa
amounted to 218, and at Kukaiau,
121. At Ookala, m tho Hilo district,
His Lordship was tho guest of Mr.
Walker. On tho evening of his ar
rival" at that place, ho received a
deputation of Portugne.su request
ing him to preach a sermon that
very night, as thoy could not como
to church tho next day. Tho Bishop
consented, and at the late hour of
10 p. in. gave them a long and elo
quent sermon with which thoy woro
lugliiy uoligntou. Ilign mass was
celobrated tho next day and 49 per
sons woro confirmed.
At Laupahoehoo His Lordship
was received by Mr. and Mrs.
.McLennan. Ffty-threo porsousworo
confirmed. Tho Bishop's reception
in Honoinu was grand. Tho church
was tastefully decorated, Japauoso
and Chinese lanterns giving it and
the pastor's residence tho appear-
tiico or a fairy palace. Arches wero
reeled in ilillerent places anu llags
n..iM.i.Hif..r- I AWis M'W.14" ,'1' VF.F ftlKwon baptized ami confirmed. At
i.cspnn blufur 1 ,jay, week or umittlr lUulriiig, , .,.,! '.I, , ,ii.,niib,i l,,.,,, ,.Mu
ced lu tlio wire UlcaiiluKundSlmii-iiingdonc; Jniidloute I lJ U4ltll,' IlilKonilKu it.iii U.ib
! lHwu.h(iiriilsliodttiiiurc.piliil. MBi'liinc ' norvud by tho natives, which had
willed fur uiid returned. AUu, Itcpuh'Uig ! been prepared tllldor I ho guidance
(iiinluii lloM' -In fuel, cuu do miythliiK , uf Mrs. U. L. Wight. It was a mag
nwMtary luutind ibe liou r wuuln. jn.,, ,t!.,iriv- ,7r ,.; u; ,,,i ,, ,.,?,.
ItiiiK ni) Mutual Ti'luiJituu) 1W. Mllwoiit Ul pltu of in almmil no ono
"6&t,tf 8, V. WMm& wIiIuhI for Iwttur. Would it bo too
wore floating everywhere to the
breeze. Messrs. Scholtzo, Kinney,
Andrews, Flohr, Maltorro and others
did all thoy could to make tho
Bishop's stay in Honomu a pleasant
one. Tho congregational singing of
Honomu was particularly fine. The
number of confirmations amounted
to lo;, lu tho afternoon of the same
day tho Bishop confirmed UK) per
sons at Ivalaua, seven miles from
Honoinu, and arrived iu Hilo the
.same evening, April 'i, at G p. in., to
lake a few days of rest before pro
ceeding farther ou his pastoral tour
through Puna, Kim and Koua.
I'i'uf i'uztor JioniiK. 1 li.
Junior P.trluei I vo you huvo on
ringed a nuw oloik Ib ho a good sides
iiiuuy .Senior 1'iiriiiii Uoml Kiden
man? (Join! gniewus! 1 lnul to scml
lur the police to pruvuut him (mm
talking mo into taking him into tho.
linn. N. Y. Weekly.