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Australian Hail Service.
For San Francisco:
Tho New and Flno Al Btocl Steamship
Of the Oceanic Steamship Company will
bo due at Honolulu from Sydney and Auck
land on or about
And will leavo for tho abovo port with
Mails and Passengers on or about Utnt date.
For Sydney and Ancklaid:
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Of tho Oceania Steamship Company will
be due at Honolulu, from San Francisco,
on or about
And will have prompt despatch
mans and Passengers for the ab
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THROUGH TICKETS TO ALL POINTS
IN THE UNITED STATES.
For fnrthnr nurtiriilnra
Freight or Passage apply to
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i-9t General Agents,
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S. S. AUSTRALIA.
from 8. F.
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Dec. 2 Doc. !
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Jan. 27 Feb. a
Feb. 24 March 3
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April 21 April 28
May 19 May 2d
Juno 10 Juno 23
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For YOKOHAMA and H0NGK0NQ.
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ports on or about the following dates:
Stmr "OCEANIC" Dec. 25, 1893
Stmr "CHINA" Fob. 0, 1891
Stmr "OCEANIC" March 5, 1894
Stmr "CHINA" April 16, 1891
For SAN FRANCISCO.
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Stmr "CITY OF PEKING"
Jan. 2. 1H9I
Btmr "OCEANIC" Feb. 12, 1891
UNA" March W, 1894
...May 14, 1894
RATES OF PASSAGE ARE AS FOLLOWS:
HAMA. Cabin $150 00
Cabin, round trip 4
mouths 225 00
Cabin, round trip 12
months 2G2 50
European Steerage... 85 00
Passencora navine full fare will bo
allowed 10 percent oil" return faro if return
ing within twelve mouths.
tW For Freight and Passago apply to
H. HAGRFELD & CO.,
207 tf Agents.
11ETWEEN WAIKIKI, THE PARK,
SANS SOUCI, DIAMOND HEAD
7:50 a. in.
2:(X p. in.
!.eavx con. roicr
AND K1KH HT.
0:00 a. in.
1:00 p. in.
IW-li'res to Rifio Range 5 cents, Wai
kiki, 10 cunts; Sans Souci and Diamond
Head, 15 cents; round trip, 25 cents;
children under 12 yeats, half price.
V. SMITH, Proprietor.
Merchant J Tailor,
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Imi'okter ami Dkai.ud in
Gent's, Ladles' and Children's Boots, Shoes
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rur nricumiu pun
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THEO. U. DAM
ES & CO.
For Victoria and Vancouver B. C:
STEAMEUB SAIL Dec. l-t, .lun. 1, 18'JI.
gXf For Tickets and (lencial Informa
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THEO. H. DA VIES &CO.,
Agents for the. JIauaiian Jslands.
Wife's Steamship do.
W. O. Wilder, Pres.
Gait. J. A. Kino,
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Will leave Honolulu at 2 r. m., touching at
Lahaitia, Maalaca Bay and Makcna tho
samoday; Mahukona.Kawnihaoand Lau-
Sahoehoo the following day, arriving at
lilo at uiiduiclit.
Returniuir leaves Hilo. toue.liiiu? nt. I.nn.
Imhoehoe someday; Kawaihae a. m.; Ma
mkona 10 a. m. ; Makena 4 r. M. ; Maalaea
Bay Or. u.; Lahaina 8 r. m. tho following
day; arriving at Honolulu 0 a. m. Wednes
days and Saturdays.
ARRIVES AT HONOLULU:
Saturday Dec. 2
Wednesday , Dec. 13
Saturday Dec. 23
Wednesday Jan. 3
Saturday Jan. 13
Saturday Jan. 21
Wednesday Feb. 3
No Freight will be received after
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Will leave Honolulu every Tuesday at 5
p. m., touching at Kahului, Huelo, liana,
Hamoa and Kipahulu.
Returning will arrive at Honolulu every
BSf" No Freight will be received after
i v. m. on aay of sailing.
Consignees must bo at tho landings to
receivo their Freicht. as we will not iinlil
ourselves responsible after such Freight
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While tho Company will use due dili
gence in handling Live Stock, we decline
to assume any responsibility in case of the
'loss of same.
Tho Company will not be responsible for
Money or Jewelry unless placed in the care
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THE RELIGIOUS CONGRESS.
Tho Parliament of Religions is
troatod in an articlo in tho Forum
for Xovomber by Paul Oarus. Wo
inako tho following extracts for tho
benefit of Row S. E. Bishop and his
follow sons of missionary sires:
Tho Parliament of Reli
gions was, I ropoat, a groat specta
cle; but it was moro than that. Thoro
was a purport in it. It powerfully
manifested tho various religious
yearnings of tho human heart, and
all thoao yearnings oxhibitod a long
ing for unity and mutual good under
standing. How greatly they mistako
who deelaro that mankind is drifting
toward an irreligious future! It is
truo that people havo become indif
ferent about theological subtleties,
but thoy still remain and will remain
under tho sway of roligion; and tho
churches aro bocoming moro truly
religious, as thoy aro becoming loss
sectarian. Thoro aro two kiudsi of
Christianitv. One is lovo and charity;
it wants tho truth brought out and
desires to seo it practically applied
in daily life. It is animated by tho
spirit of Jesus and tends to broadon
tho minds of men. Tho other is
pervaded with exclusivoness and
bigotry. It does not aspiro through
Christ to tho truth; but takos Christ,
as traditiou has shaped his life and
doctrines, to bo tho truth itself. It
naturally lacks charity and hinders
tho RDiritual crowlh of mou
Thoro wer a few voico3 hoard at
tho Parliament of Religious which
breathed this narrow and so-called
orthodox Christianity, but they
could hardly bo regarded as char
acterizing tho spirit of the whole
ontorpriso. At ono of tho
meotiugs a prayer was offored for
those blind heathen who attended
the Congress Was this by Mr. Baker
of Hilo?, that God might have
mercy on thorn and open their oyes,
so that thoy could seo their own
errors and accept tho truth of Chris
tianity; but tho prayor found an
echo neither in tho hearts of our for
eign guests nor among tho men who
had convened tho Congress now
among tho audience who listened to
tho prayor. lar lrom being con
verted, tho heathen dolegatos took
the opportunity of denouncing
Christiau missionaries for their
supercilious attitudo and for making
unessential things essential.
B. Nagarkar, of Bombay, expressed
himself more guardedly. Said ho:
"Sad will bo tho day for India when
Christian missionaries coaso to come;
for wo have much to learn about
Christ and Christian civilization.
They do some good work. But if
converts aro tho inoasuro of their
success, wo havo to say that their
work is a failure. Little do you
dream that 3'our money is expended
in spreading abroad nothing but
Christian dogmatism, Christian big
otry, Christiau pride and Christian
oxclusivonoss. I entreat you to ox
pond ono-tenth only of your vaBt
sacrifices in sending out to our coun
try unsectariau, broad missionaries
who will dovote their energy to edu
cating our men and women. Edu
cated men will understand Christ
bettor than those whom you convert
to tho narrow creed of some cant
Tho severest rebuko came from
tho lips of tho representative of
Jainism, and from the monk Vive
kanauda. Tho latter denounced
Christian missionaries for offering
stones instead of broad. Thoy build
churches, ho said, aud proach secta
rian creeds which benefit no one.
Thoy despise tho aacrod traditions
of tho Hindu, tho profundity of
which thoy are unable to fatliom;
and, ho added, "what shall wo think
of a religion whoso missionaries dis
tribute food in a famine to tho starv
ing people on tiio condition of con
version?" These were harsh re
proaches, yet thoy wero accepted by
tho Christians with good grace.
Heretofore, tho broad Chris
tianity has always boon rogarded as
heretical; but as this Parliament
proves, times havo changed. Judg
ing from what wo witnessed at Chi
cago, tho ollicial representatives of
almost all religions speak a new
language. Tho narrowness of past
ages is now felt to bo duo to imper
fect viows of tho truth, and wo ro
cognizo tho duty to pass beyond it
to a higher aud graudor conception.
Thoro aro still representatives of tho
narrow spirit left, but thoir position
becomes moro aud moro untenable
Tho religion of the future,
as tho opinions presented indicate,
will bo that roligion which cau rid
itHolf of all narrowness, o! all de
mand for blind subordination, of
tho sectarian spirit, aud of tho Pha
risoeism which takos it for granted
that its own dovoteos alono aro good
and holj, while tho virtues of others
aro but polishod vices.
Thoro is but ono roligion, tho reli
gion of truth. Thoro is but ono
pioty, it is tho lovo of truth. Thoro
is but ono morality, it is tho oaruost
dosiro of loading a life of truth.
Aud the religion of tho futuro cau
bo ouly tho Roligion of Truth.
Of Such ia tho F, G. Service
Editor Bulletin :-
Wliero wore tho precious special
police last night t About 7 o clock
part of tho town was painted red by
a Portuguese govornmont ofilcial,
who, with a companion, drove around
in a hack, gloriously p(i)g drunk, in
bulling people in tho most obscene
language ami making tho most offou
sivo remarks about tho Quoon and
her approaching restoration. This
for an oflleor (!) of tho army may
seem unbecoming -but it is prob
ably tho correct thing.