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NEW MASONIC TEMPLE.
FRIGES REDUCED 25 PERCENT
gsr FOR POUR WEEK3 -S
English "Wardrobes, Plato Glass Front;
Marbletop Wash Stands,
Marble! op Dressing Tables,
Scotch Chests of Drawers,
Dining- I fall and Parlor Chairs,
Rattan Suites, Pictures, Etc.
Royal Worcester Vases,
Royal Worcester Tea Sets,
Dinner Sets, Tea Sets,
Decorated Vases, .Tumblers, Glasses,
Claret Jugs, Lamps, Screens,
Iron Bedsteads, Matting,
Dedication of tho Structure to
Monday evening, November
18iW. will bo a tnninorablu timo
this annals of Ereo Mason ty in Ho-j
uolulu. Tho magnificent Toinplo
erected by Hawaiian Lodgo, F. it A.
M., was thou dedicated a the shrine
of all tho virtues mystically incul
cated by masonry. Seated in tho
beautiful lodgo roon, awaiting tho
entrance of tho procession fiom tho
old hall, were tho wlo-, children
and a few privileged friends of tho
brethren. Drs. C. 13. Cooper aud
M.. E. (Jro&sinau were a committee
of reception, aud showed the guests
to seals on both sides of tho hall. A
Quod of electric light bathed tho
hull and all the rooms leading
thereto in brilliancy as of noonday.
On tho right side of the room from
the head was seated a choir made
up of tho lenders of praise in tho
Uuiou and Anglican
with Wray Taylor
At 7:30 tho procession
the following ordor:
THEO. H. DA VIES & CO.
Wear Hotel Street
HAS JUST IlECBIVKI) J1Y I.ATK ARRIVALS
Direct from China' Finest .Mountain iimlln ' Superior to Any
thing Evci Sold in Honolulu!
Camphor Trunks Fitted with Patent JMictive Locks,
Latest .Styles Chinese Humhon Chairs and Luunnes,
Beautiful Patterns Chinese Silk and Silk Handkerchiefs, Etc.
High Glass Tailoring in All Its Branches!
Alwavs on hand a Choice Assortment of Cashmeres, Tweeds, Etc , Ktc.
Low -Prioes a.xid
V. O. BOX 3T
IMPORTER AND DEALER IX
GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, FLOUR and FEED.
Fresh California Roll Batter and Island Bntter
ALWAYS OX HAND
Sew Goods Received by Every Steamer from San Francisco.
All Orders faithfully attend to.
solicited aud packed with care.
.Siitlsinctiitn Bimranteed. Island Orders
Lincoln Block, Kino Street, Bet. Fout and Alakea Streets.
BOTH TELEPHONES 2-1U-
-P. 0. BOX "
LEWIS & CO.,
Ill FORT STREET.
Provision Dealers & Naval Supplies
Fresh Goods by Every California Steamer.
rCE - HOUSE - HOODS - A - SPECIALTY
Islands Ojideiih Solicited. jgf3
gJB" Satisfaction Guaranteed.
-P. 0. 1IOX IIS
H. E. MoINTYRE & BRO.,
-- importers and dealers in
Groceries, - Provisions - and - Feed.
New Goods Hicclved liy livery Puclset from the Kimturu HtriteM nnd Kuro.e.
KKESH - CALIFORNIA - PRODUCE - BY - EVERY - STEAMER.
All Orders faithfully iiUclidwl to and Mood Uullvyleit
Pari of iliu City VWVXi.
Grauil Tyler with Drawn Sword.
Uro. John Mori is Angus.
Bro. James Anderson King.
Grand Swotd Bearer,
Bro. David Bowers Smith.
Lodge Olllcer Bearing n Light,
Bro. S. Thomas Edward Wall.
Two Gland Stewuids with Bods,
Bruf. Charles Jerome Campbell,
Bro. Charles Williants.
Grand Biblo Bearer,
Bro. Charles Rimnner.
Grand Chaplain and Grand Orator,
IV. .l. ltev. Alexander Mackintosh,
TV. M. John Adair Hasbingor.
IV. M. Clinton Briggs Ripley.
Past Mflstor J. A. Hass'inor do
livorod tho following oration:
Most Wonsiupvt'ii Grand Mahit.h, La
dies and Gentlemen, Biir.riutHS':
There nro times in tho lives of institu
tions, as well as of individuals, when
having attained tin fruition of a great
desire, the pleasure of possession brings
to tno heart n Joy Unit seems uoyonu ,
measure. In tho life of Hawaiian Lodgo
of Froo and Accepted Masons, this is an
occasion which may well be marked as ,
I u red letter day. Called into being as a j
Masonic body tinder dispensation from
the Grand Lodgo of California foily-one
1 years ago on tho 12th day or January ,
' last, in a city whoso foreign-born inhabi
tants wore no few in number that you t
! could call most of its families by name- t
and by number, and eharteii'd May the
! oth of tho same year, with an original
I nieinborship of eloon. it Inn grown and
steadily prosporcd In the city of its birth,
and now ranks as a solid institution in a
prosperous city of 'A000 inhabitants and
I having to-day a membership of USD, '
whilst a sister lodge, working undortho
Grand Orient of Franco, is also in a
prosperous condition with a membership
of -ly. This would seem a lining moment
for a brief gluueo at tho history of tho
1 past, even at the risk of being tedious,
, and my plea will be that our Order,
whoso legends aie mostly unwritten,
i should avail itself of occasional oppor
, luuities to preserve tho record of such
landmarks as nre not strictly required to
' be stored iu memory. As an isolated
offspring of the Grand Lodgo of Cidi
i fornia, Hawaiian Lodgo hiiB sinco its
i baptism, aud dining all its earlier years,
bad numerous battles with adversity. I
But tho materials of ils foundation "wero
good men and true." Faithful to tho '
ilrst principles of Freemasonry and
cheerfully bearing tho "heat aud burthen (
of tho day,'1 they faltered not in their
determination to establish and maintain
this outpost of their Order and llrmly
weld the link between the Occident aud
the Orient, which would complete the
Masonic Circle of thu Globe. In viewof
tho peculiar situation in the days prior
to steam communication, our lodge was
for all purposes of intercom so fully twice
the distance from tho parent Giand
Lodge that it is in these days of fieqvenl
and rapid transit. Honolulu was then
tho rendezvous of the great whaling fleet
from tho eastern coast of the United
Slates, with a fair sprinkling of German,
English, and an occasional French
whaler. As a natural consequence there
were visiting brethren of many national
ities, and though the lodge welcomed
many traveling Masons, little or no ad
dition was made to its membership.
But the calls for Mahonio relief wero fro
i queut und at times embarrassing.
Doubtless some of the older brethren
busy streets, made Its upper hall ft target
for clouds of dust swept upon it by tho
trndo winds, and slowly, but Burely, the
conviction forced Itself upon tho brethren
that a change should be mudo for tho
hotter. And when a fair offer was made
for our building, tho time seemed to ar
rive when wo should wisely make that
change, and, prolltlng by past experi
ence, it was determined to weigh well
all tho advantages to bo gullied by earo
ful selection of locality, stylo of architec
ture and internal adaptability. Commit
tees woro appoiiitcd to attend to theso
various matters in detail. Their reports
weio considered with due deliberation,
and operative as woll as speculative
masonry becmno a matter of appropriate
lodge woilc. Its results aro before us.
To the masonic eye, our temple stands
as a typical structure, illustialing both
operative and speculative masonry. Tho
rough ashlar, as taken from its Hawai
ian quarry, has been carefully selected;
it has been dressed and tried by tho
square, und with cunning hand, by
aid of lovel and plumb, each block
has been lilted to its plneo; and
agreeably to Masonic usage, "tho in
ternal qualifications are such as recom
mend themselves to Freemasonry," and
wo find ourselves established in a homo
of combined "strength und beauty" and
which we trust may endure for ages as
tho Temple of our Ordor in theso islands.
But fond memory will linger round tho
hall we havo jusl deserted. For more
than fourteen years it has been the scene
of frequent gatherings in tho interests of
our Older. At the result of thoBO years
of fraternal work, this lodgo lias cause
for great congratulation. In thut hnll
many of our members first behold the
"Light of Masonry." All lmvo since been
I well tried and have mostly been found
' worthy to bo classed as perfect ashlars.
1 Nor can we soon forgot tho earnest lalior
of willing hearts and hands; tho calls to
refreshment, where tho lessons of tem-
1 pernnce, prudence and goodfellowship
wero equally exemplified; tho welcome
' faces and kindly greetings of men from
every nation and ovory clime, but all be
longing to tho great Mystic Brotherhood.
But though tho "grout lights" may no
longer illuminate its "supporting col
umn:" though the master's hand may
never again "trace designs upon the tres
tle board" within its precincts, and "the
sound of tho gavel" may be heuid within
its walls no more, forever! No matter to
what UHes it may be devoted in the com
ing years, it will ever bo held in fond re
membrance for the sake of the days that
are past. After years of occupancy of
home spot known by the endearing name
! of "homo." has it ever occurred, that.
having changed your abiding place, you
find yourself, in an absent-minded man
ner, wandering back along the old path
way, through well-remembered haunts,
recalling old faces -and then awakening
suddenly to tho realization that these are
systems of mutual fellowship, whore a I
number working together strive for tho
common good. Freemasonry, one of tho ,
most veneiable of theso systems, is '
elaased as an institution established for
benovolcnco and charity. Pornilt me to
stand for a moment on the threshold of
Masonic secrecy nnd say a word on tho
Btibjoot of charity. Whllo there are
sovernl definitions of this word, the one
genernlly accepted is, the act of bestow
ing alms gratuitously upon tho poor. In
Freemasoury charity hath no such dell-1
nitton. Tho Masonic definition or the
word is, a disposition to think favorably i
of our fellow men: to be liberal in judg- .
iug of thoir actions: to be generous in
the construction we muy put upon
their words nnd deeds: to aid then'
in al their awful undertakings
to gently admonish them in their fail
ings. This definition embraces libornllty,
generosity and good will. "Though I
bestow all my goods to feed the poor,
and have not charily, it tirollteth mo
nothing." "Charity vauntetn not itself,
bcarcth all things, bnlioveth till things,
hopeth till things, endureth all things;'
nnd it is this form of charity that "ex
tendeth beyond fho grave to tho bound
less realms of otcrnity." Charity is moro
than gonerosity; it is love. It includes
tho thoughts we ontortnln, tho words we
utter. Charity iu giving has a vuluo in
its way, but charily in thought and speech
is boiler than gold.
In f i ill t Inn.
and on a third floor abovo theso
minor rooms is another privato
room lift, by 20ft. Besides n back
atnircfiso tho two upper floors havo
intercommunication by a dumb
waitor inclosed in what an uniniti
ated uowHunnur mini dubbed "tho
goat closot." Thoro is a graceful
balcony overlooking tho banqueting
hall, which is jt'ist tho thing for an
orchestra at a festive occasion.
Othor mystorious recossos just uudor
tho roof provide storngo for mystic
paraphernalia. Back from tho head
of tho stairs aro tho latest conveni
ences iu lavntorv aud sanitary an-
aid them ' plinuces.
vjpuiimg out oi uio i.yior b room
by two dooM is tho main lodge room
ii'2 ft. by 51 ft. It has an arch coil
ing 2tft. high at tho sides and 25 ft.
iu tho middle. Tho system of venti
lation is most complete. All round
the coiling is nn open balustrade
which opens into 500 square foot of
, ventilating surface. Masonic oui-
bloms such as tho all-seeing oye, the
sun. moon aud sevon stars, aud tho
booliive, aro frescoed on tho coiling.
Back of tho platform is a frescoed
canopy with gold tassels and
fringes. Tho temple is lighted
throughout by electricity, each
room having its own switch.
Thoro aro twenty-four incandescent
lamps of largo size round tho lower
edge of tho arch ceiling, making a
brilliant display iu themselves aud
1 showing off tho fresco to advautage.
beautiful temple. Wo have watched its I All the iuterior is finished iu natural
i'lilth limy lirld'-t III stKlit.lmpf villi'
inn I'linriiv, suruno, tmmiini.',
Ileyimil thu roiu'li of ik'iUli nml Hint',
Llku the lilui! iky's all liouiidliii; siniee,
Holds honvi'ii nml ourlli In Uh umbrni'i',
And now, Worshipful Master and Breth
ren, allow mo to congratulate you upon
tho completion and dedication of tills
Bteady growth from tho placing of its
foundation and the laying of its corner
stone, until at length it stands forth, solid '
in structure, nmplo in dimensions, noble
in stylo of architecture a beautiful and ,
complete whole. Centrally located in
our tropical city and on an nvenue that '
bids fair in tho near future to be tho
principal thoroughfare of Honolulu, may
it prove not oniy an ornament to the
capital of these islands, but a haven of
rest to many a brother Mason who may
touch at this mid-ocean port on his
travels round tho world. Willi tho ele
ments of coin, wine and oil, and in tho
name of tho Great Jehovah, wo havo this
night solemnly dedicated our Temple to
Masonry, to virtue und to universal be
nevolence. May it endure for many
years, a monument of our stondfnst love
for tho principles of our noble Order.
May time deal gontly with its walls, and
for generations to eoruo may our chil
dren's children gather .within this hall,
and at its altar pledge themselves to the
faithful practice of those truly Masonic
virliieB brotherly love, relief und truth.
A good idea of tho exterior of the
temple will bo gained from the pic
ture accompanying this report.
There are five suites of double apart
ment offices for rent on tho ground
floor. The walls are massive and
constructed of basaltic stone quar
ried at Palama, close to town. En
trance to the temple chambers is by
a stairway with two intermediate
landings, making the ascent a very
easj'one. Inside the iron gates un
der the archways loading from Ho
tel and Alakea streets there is a
tesselated pavement of colored tiles
reaching to tho foot of the stairs.
From the upstairs entry you reach
a banquet hall 20ft. by 30ft., and
the tyler's room 20ft. by 32ft., by in
dependent doors. Access is had
from the banquet hall to the read
ing room and library 14ft. square.
There are two ante-rooms ou the
tyler's room of 10ft. by 14ft. each,
The New Building of the Masonic Fraternity in Honolulu.
Island Orders Solicited.
HAST CUIt.VKK I'OHT AN!) kino streets.
Two Lodge Oflicers Bearing Lights,
Bro. S. V. John Harris Super.
Bro. T. W. Waller Montais GM'iird.
Grand Secretary und Grand Treasurer,
P.. M. William Montrose Giuhuui.
IV. M. John Henrv I'aty.
Bio. Archibald Scott Cleghorn.
Bro. Frederick August Schaefer,
Bro. Henry Ernest Cooper,
Bro. William George Ashley.
Junior Grand Warden Bearing Golden
Vehbcl with Corn.
IV. M. James Melville Monwirrut.
Senior Giand Warden Bearing Silver '
Vemel with Wine,
I'.-. M.-. John Phillips.
Deputy Grand Mnster Bearing Silver
Vessel with Oil,
P.". M. Theo. Cunningham Porter.
IV. M. William Fesscnden Allen.
Supported by Two Grand Deacons with
Bro. Clarence Linden Crabbe.
Bro. Milton Nelson Sanders.
Mr. Allen as Grand Master woro a
black beaver hat throughout the
ceremonies, all tho other partici
pants being uncovered. As the pro
cession marched round tho room the
choir sang an anthem, "Thou who
art God alone," otc.
Grand Mnster W. F. Allen said: Wo
uro told in holy writ that tho wise King
Solomon, dedicated tho wonderful Tem
ple which ho had built at Jerusalem with
imposing ceremonies. Sinco that timo it
has been customary to dedieato public
buildings to tho purposes for which thoy
wero built, With Masons this bus always
been tho law and custom, and we have
ceremonies for this occasion. Therefore,
acting under the power und authority
delegated to mo by Ihu Grand Lodgo of
California, our patent body, I havo
caused this Grand Lodge to be convened
iu this place, for the purpose of dedicat
ing this Masonic Temple to the purpose
for which it has been built, Freemasonry.
Prayer was offered by the Grnud
Chaplain, after which tho Grand
Architect announced the completion
of tho toinplo and returned tho
working tools to thu Grand Master.
Thoro were processions round tho
symbol of tho lodge, aecompauiud
with solemn odes. The Grand
Master consecrated tho odilico with
corn, wine aud nil. At tho conclu
sion of each rite the grand honors
woro given, tho largo number of
brethren making tho salute very
striking. An invocation by tho
Grand Chaplain, with response by
tho brethren, wns followed by tho
hymn, "Hail universal Lord." Tho
emblem was covered by tho Grand
Marshal, who made the proclama
tion, Then tho Grauil Master intro
duced tho Giand Orator, and after
liis address the mrou, "Bo thou O
God oxaltod high," etc., wns sung,
and tho benediction closed thu euro
may remember instances where the
"loaf was divided" in those days nnd
the giver was left nearly, if not quite, as
poor as tho receiver. But, thunks to the
ellbrts aud detennination of its earlior
members, the lodge lid,od i-afoly over the
shoals, the link icinained unbroken and
was slowly but hiirely strengthened.
Many of these biethren of the early days
remained iu our cmimiunity and mem
bership, faithful to the tenets of the
brotherhood they loved so well, until,
their labor well and truly done, they
wero called to their rest and reward in
the Higher Lodge, and fraternal hands
laid them all reverently beneath tho sod
of tho valley. Their chairs are vacant
but the names of Wyllie, Andrews, Cart
wright, Poor. Thurston. Wbnd, Dur
ham and Barlow, will remain in
the memory of Hawaiian Lodgo us long
as its namo and temple shall ondure.
From tho earlier llflies until September,
187U, tho lodgo held its meetings in the
third story jf what is known as tho
Mukoe Block, at the corner of Queen and
Kuahumunu streets. To enter the lodge
ono had to climb the narrow stairway
from Queen street, between Grinbaum's
sloro and Hoffman's ding storo at the
corner. Arrived at the thiid floor, it
was necessary to pass through a large
store room piled with bales and cases of
dry goods, coils of rope, plows, kegs of
nails, and ovory conceivable description '
of merchandise. Prior to the days of
kerosene, the lodge ami its approaches ,
wero illuminated (if that term may bo
used) by whak oil lanterns and candles, '
consequently it required careful naviga
tion at timer, when the storage had been
shifted, to ariivo safely within tho pre
cincts of the lodge. From the early days
a building fund laid been slowly accu
mulating, ami the brethren looked hopo
fully forwaid lo tho erection of n build
ing of their own. But the fund, though
aided from time to timo b contributions
from abroad, grew so slowly that they
had full etperienco of that old adage,
"Hope deferred inakcth tho heart sick."
As the lodge increased in membership,
the heat and confinement became alnio.it
i jnsupportahlc, and to spend an evening
I in tho lodge-ioom had become an ordeal
that some of tho brothren did not dare
to face; and if was finally determined to
buy a lot and build, even at the risk of
shouldering a heavy dobt, . Asa conse
quence, the corner stono of our hall, at
tlie corner of Fort nnd Queen streets,
was laid on January 1, 1K7U, just twenty
Boven yeaiH after our organization, and
the hall on the second floor was dedi
cated to Masonic purposes on tho iltlth
of September of that year. In thoru
days the location was considered cen
tral; but. as tho city grow and rip read to
the east, west aud north, the bielhren
living moy in the suburbs huirun lo
realize the fact that (ho location of thoHnilleil elements run riot. In Freema
redwood filled aud polished. Tho
wiudows with stained irlass borders
are shielded by patent sliding blinds
of Port Orford cedar, and thiB wood
is also used in staircase trimmings
and facings elsewhere. The lodge
room is handsomely furnished. A
carpal lias beou imported specially
for it at a cost of $358.
Among tho decorations of the ban
quet hall is a largo frame containing
dozens of daguerreotypes of breth
ren of the early days of the lodgei
There nre handsome portraits in
modern art of Past Grand Master
Atkinson of California; Starr King,
tho fatuous California pioneer; Alex.
G. Abel, who was Grand Secretary
of California for 35 years; Win.
Caldwell, P. G, M. of California, aud
the following Past Masters of Ha
waiian Lodgo: A. J. Cartwright, V.
F. Allen, John A. Hassinger, A. F.
Judd, Alex. Mackintosh, T. C. Por
ter, Robt. More, J. M. Mousarrpt, W.
M. Graham, John Phillips and Au-
drew Brown, tho last-named beiug
, tho present Worshipful Master.
I The corner stone of the temple so
I auspiciously dedicated was laid on
St. John's Day, December 27, 1892.
C. B. Ripley was the architect, E. B.
Thomas contractor for the masou
work, aud F. H. Redward for the
woodwork. A. W. Bolster did the
painting. John Cassidy, superin
tendent both of Government electric
lights and Bell telephone system,
selected all the electric fittings iu
Boston aud supervised their institu
tion in tho building. That all these
skilled men performed their parts
satisfactorily, the splendid edifice is
an enduring evidence. Hawaiian
Lodge is to be congratulated for its
own sake in having secured so grand
a home, aud thanked ou behalf of
the community for having reared
such a noble addition to Honolulu's
no longer your paths, aud this is no
longer home? Did you ever return to
some such spot after all tho decorations
aud furniture had been removed, and
looking upon its bare walls, its dusty ear
petless floors and vacant surroundings,
ponder o'er tho ehungo? In some such
mood I stood but a few dnyH ugo in that
old hull and held communion with the
Fiiuil na'in'r; lininlit Hie liidit
Of iitlicr iIhjk aroiniil mo.
I recalled tho faces and could in imagi
nation hoar tho voices of many who were
onco familiar within those walls, hut
who, before our linal moving, had gone
forth, never to return. And as tho
echoes of those voices seemed to die
away and those forms to fade, how truly
I felt like one who tioil idnne,
Some ljiiiiiiii't hull ileserU'il.
Whose joyri uere tied, wlio4-!' KitrluniU itt'tul,
Anil nil lull uic ilvuirti'il.
Let us bury the past. And now in the
uuiveisal name of Freemasonry we cor
dially greet tho friends who have hon
ored us by their presence upon this im
pressive and joyous occasion. We are
proud to welcome you to our beautiful
Temple. While the grand bodies of our
Order, in older and greater countries,
have, with tho advancement of tho com
munity in which they have existed,
found it necessary or convenient to build
anew a tomplo for their united lodges,
yet it is not often tho privilege of an
individual lodgo to build for a second
timo a temple of its own. Wo uro proud
that tliiu, with our Mid-Ocean Lodge of
Hawaii, is tho accomplished fact which
wo have this night assembled to celebrate.
. And more than all wo aro proud of our
i success in oreeting so beautiful and dura-
bio a landmark for our Order. For an
I institution that has for its foundation tho
practice of tho social aud moral virtues,
for nn institution at whoso portals nil
distinctions among men ceaso. For an
order whoso credit has attained bo high
j an eminence, that in every age and conn
I try men pro-eminent for their moral
1 and intellectual attainments havo en
couraged and promoted its interests, bo
, that thu highest in the land nnd the
brother who earns his daily bread by
thu sweat of his brow meet within its
temple on a common level. There can
be hut little doubt that the vnluo of
organization made manifest to the stu
dent of nature in tho dim, distant past
gave riso to the Association or Brother
hood of Builders, fiom which sprung thu
tiiiie-honoied Ordor of Freemasonry.
Organization Is tho great secret of suc
cess in life. It is the basis of all social
, older. In the home, in thu chinch, in
Ihu state, it is tho keystone of the arch,
tho chief pillar of tho temple. Wherever
it is not, chaos reigns mid thu uneon-
Just Received per "Australia"
A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF
BOYS' SUITS !
Ladies' & Children's Shoes
BLACK LADIES' & CHILDREN'S HOSE,
FLANELETTES, TABLE LINEN,
SILK & CRAPE SCARFS,
Rug's and Carpets Selling at Cost !
IMI. S. LEI VY
7 5 fo :Rr street 7 5
SOMETHING NEW! JAPANESE BAZAAR,
A summer garinont that can
not bo .surpussod; both in long
and .short sloovos. Price 50c.
each, M. Gui.iiiiKito in the
sole agont for Dr. G. Jneger's
. , , . "KOMNBO.N BLOCK,"
"Is there anything new tin- ,
der the Sun?" You will usk i Holel Street, - Oppo. Bethel St.
yourself that question and the
nn i T r " fUUIER TO KrTBCT A
answer is "Go to M. Gold-
..Kite's and have a look at his m , , pinnpniipp T
New Patent Ventilated Under-; lUldli i Jludl dlluU I
shirt; light, durable and cool.
lodge wiih not as desirable as could be
wished. 'I hen again thorn wero other
drawbackh, Thoro was but Utile iu the
outer appeal unco of thu building lo iden
tify it as a Masonic Temple; and it
seemed to lift getting HWiuuped iu thu
noisy waver, of commerce that surged
, around if With the rapid hicicito of
tralllu iu that growing commercial centre,
I its lucidity on tho leeward corner of two
Miury wu aro taught to follow the exam
ine or organization set liy nature in ull
her works, To study the uiuli'liluss
meuhanlsm of thu universe, Ihu harmo
nious movement H of thu planets that
sweep around our sun, Uio changes of
the seasons, and uioiu especially to
Ntudy the mystic temple that enshrines
tho human soul, it is lifting that iiiuu
nhotild join with fellow inuu to fouu
JUST O WOWS AT THK AHUIMANU
Kiiich, a ohcilcjo growth of
New England Sorghum Seed
Tor huIk In loin to unit, liy
livery detcriplhn afJOIt PH1XTISQ
dune at the Uulktin 0jke.
Boluro Novombor 30, 1803,
-THK MNTIUK 8TOUK OK-
Handsome and Artistic Goods
WILL 11 K OlTKKKU AT
Come and See for Yourself I
J. M. de SA e SILVA.
lUIOHrtH. AND DKALKh IN
Gem's, Ladles' and Children's Boots, Shorn
Ho, 103 Fort Stx'oot,