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THE DAILY MJLLETJN. MAHOH 8, 1895.
MR HENRY VARLEV.
A Ohot With tho Evnnu liBt H.U Re-
Sydney Tolcra(h, Feb IS
Mr. TTonry Varloy, tho woll-kuowu
ovauKolint, who is passing through
Sjduoy on his way to San Francisco,
preached to a largo congregation
yesterday morning in tho Centenary
hall, York streot, ami to a congro
gallon almost as largo at night in
tho Congregational Church, liourko
In tho course of a short conver
sation with a representative of Tho
Daily Telegraph at th conclusion of
tho morning service, Mr. Varley said,
"I havo boon homo only eight weeks
from England. Melbourne, an per
haps you know, is horn.' Thruo of
my sons aro there; but, as for myself,
I havo been wandering all over tho
world of late. Since last I was hero
I havo been in India at Madra.
Bombay, B tugalore, Poouah, and
soveral other places in America, at
Chicago, New York, and Brooklyn
in Canada, and in England and Scot
land. 1 do not know hon many
cities and towns in Great Britain 1
havo visited. I hold services at Ex
otor, Plymouth, Salisbury, London,
Shelllold, Abordi'en, Glasgow, Edin
burgh, and a number of otherplaces.
Lately I havo boon holding a mis
sion iu Melbourne, but I had to
break it up on account of tho iutouso
heat. Last Sunday I had a trouion
dous audieuco in tho Town hall,
Hawthorn. Tho heat was so fright
ful, however, that I told tho friends
that I should go away whore I could
get atmospheric conditions under
which wo could expect a blessing. I
do not think it is irrovereut to say
that very fow peoplo aro brought to
tho Lord with tho thermometer
standing at !R) degrees.
"I was iu Chicago, with Mr.
Moody, at the time of tho exhibi
tion. Social life iu Chicago is very
terrible. Tho iniquity of tho place
is almost boundless. Thoy found
fault with Mr. Stead for bis book,
but, judging from what I saw there,
I should say that there is an amaz
ing amount of truth in what ho says.
When I was there there wore nearly
100 murderers confined in tho city
gaols awaiting trial. Society
throughout tho United States, how
over, if wo except tho Now England
states, is in a bad way. From tho
oUicial returns 1 find that during
tho year 1892 there were no fowor
than 7330 murders committed in
various parts of tho country. Now
tho United States has a population
of about CO millions! whilst Euglaud
has a population of 38 millions, and
during tho same period there wero
only 100 murders recorded in Eng
land. So much for tho utter disre
gard for tho sacreduess of human
life in tho Unite I States. Other
forms of crimo and vie aro rifo
there, too. Political crimes aro very
common, and municipal govorumout
is pormoated with corrupt influences.
At the same time, it is true that
there aro a great many dovotod
Christians in owm tho most corrupt
of American cities. It would suem
that tho intensity of the flow on tho '
ungodly and lawless side begets
strength of character and a lot of
fibre iu tho men and women who
aro identified with law and order
"And now a word about England.
1 should say that tho spiritual life of
England is not so widespread as it
was. That is, as far as appoaraucos
aro concerned. 1 think that tho
'higher criticism' has really induced
what tho Apostle would call 'a fall
ing away iu some; but it has also
had tho effect of intensifying tho
grasp of those who stick to tho old
fundamentals of tho Gospels. It
has intensified thoir earnestness for
real truth; and I hayo no doubt that ,
now thoro is a distiuct swing of tho
pendulum against both evolution .
and tho 'higher criticism.' Evidenco
of this is furnished by tho trend of
thought iu tho Gorman uuivorsities.
Hut, unfortunately, as tho old sayiug
is, tho Lio gotH half rouud tho world
before Truth has got his boots on.
Mou seom to take a pleasure in get
ting hold of tho poison. That, 1
think, arises out of tho conditions iu
which so many live. Thoy live lives
which thoir own judgmeuts eou
demu; aud thoy don't want those
things to bo truo.
"Is practical Ghristiauil you the in
crease? you ask. I should say that it
most cortaiuly is. Look at tho work
done in London by Dr. Baruado,
ond in Glasgow by Mr. Quarrior and
Annie M'Phorson. Why, if you
wore to tako tho whole population
of llobart it would uot givo you tho
number that Dr. Baruado has re
claimed from tho humau rofuso of
our groat English cities. More than
27,000 has ho rescuod. And wheu
you come to recollect that ho has
taken three boys out of conditions
that could scarcely fail to make
criminals of thorn, aud sent thorn
away amidst tho wholesome sur
roundings of Cauadian farm life,
and, further, that only 2 percout of
these lads havo turned out badly,
you can realize something of tho
enormous amouut of good ell'outod
through the agency of his Homo for
Destitute Boys. What bettor thing
could happen to oithor Sjduoy or
Melbourne than to get a lot of your
unused city life transplanted on to
tho laud.and employed iu tho growth
of cereals or other produce. In Eng
land thoy deplore t huso aggregations
of human lift. Thoy recognio that
tho best portion of tho population
fa boru in tho country districts, and
yot that tho percentage of peoplo
living in tho country is all tho timo
Alluding to the sooial lifo of Aus
tralia, Mr. Varley said: "I should
think that the conditions obtaining
iu Melbourne partake very much of
tho depressi u tint has been induced
by tlitt unhappy in 11 it ion in laud
values. Ttio banks were, to my
mind, the greatest sinners iu c nuec
tion with that land .boom. Banks
rxit primarily a centres of deposit
and mediums of easy circulation.
They wero never designed as money
making institutions. Admitting, even
as you say, that a bank must givo a
return for capital itnested, that does
not justify the distribution of divi
dends amounting to 30 percout pur
annum. A capitalist onco said to
me, 'You know I havo tho greatest
possiblo repect for tho English i
Funds.' 'WhII,' I replied, 'you only '
get about 3 percent interest on
your money.' 'Oh,' ho said, 'that is
tho roison. Tho Funds never involve
a temptation to unwholesome specu
allion.' Tou or fifteen percout uvory '
half-year, however, means tho op
pression of tho customer. It nieaus
0 And 10 percent on overdrafts, and
a fearful turning of the scrow whon
crises occur. My ideal bank is ono
whoso operations do uot givo riso to
profits. Mouoy was intended to aid i
commerce not to oppress it, ana
that is unfortunately what, in too
many instances, the banking institu
tions of Australia havo done."
lira. Judge PecU
Mrs. Judge Pock Tells How
Sho Was Curod
Sufferers from Dyspepsia should read th fol
low Ins letter from Mrs. II. if. reck, wlf ot
Judge reck,nJustlcetTracy,Cal , and writer
connected wtlti tho Associated Press i I
"Ilya deep sense ot gratitude for the groat
benefit I have received from the use of Hood's
8 imp trllM, I have been led to write the follow
luir statement for the hcucfU ot sufferers who
nuy he similarly amirted. For 11 ears I have
been great sufferer from dyspepsia and
Almost everything I ate would distress me. I
tried different treatments and medicines, but
failed to reallie rrllof. Two years ngo a friend
prevailed upon me to try Hood's h irsaparllta.
Tliu first hiittlo I noticed helped me, so 1 con
tinued taking It. It did mo so much good that
my friends spoke of the Improvement. I have
received such great benefit from It that
Gladly Recommend It.
I now have an exielldit appetite nnd nothing t
eat over distresses mo. It also keeps up my
flesh aud strenrth. I cannot praise Hood's
Hir&.ipnllH too much." Mux. II. M. 1'rcK,
Tracy. California. (IU HQOIl'H. ,
Hood's Pllla are ham m idu, and perfect
luprupoitlouunduppeuraiice. 25c. a box.
Hobron Drug Co., L'd.,
goto Agents fur the Kemibllo of Hawaii.
GROiim: i.Younous will act
for 1'. G. Camailnos uiulot full power
of alturnoy tluring the latter's absence.
John Kenindy will represont Mr. Coma
rlnoi ot tho Calif urnla Fruit Market.
1'. O. 0AMAK1N0S.
Honolulu, March 7, 18!)5. 1J81-31"
Dl'ltlNU MY TKMl'OIUKY Alt
sen co from the Hawaiian Inland, Vn
II. V. Murray will attend to my practice
nnd not for me In all matters of business
under n full now or of attorney.
1'JsO-lw JOHN llHObli:, M. D.
AYO0.NQ MAN ItESIDING WITH
Ills parents, who writes n good
hand and Is willing to learn a Mercantile
Business. Address, btatlug ago. "X.,"
1IDLLETI.N Olllcu. 1270-lW
WANTED-A SMART ENKUOETIO
iunl, holsnot afraid of work, to
enter an Importing House In Honolulu,
Iiavliig a good connection and which U
caiiahlo of bulng extended. Preference
will be given to ono niqunliited on tho
Islands. All communications will bo treat
ed as strictly conlldeHtlal, and returned If
desired. A good living Halnry guiirantoed
or an Interest In tho business. Must linvo
Boniu capital. Principals only treated with.
Tor further particulars ttddrnas.
X. Y. .,
' 12s0-tf UuLtLETih Office, Hoiioluln.
RESTORED TO HEALTH I
IIV TIIK 1 SK OK
Mrs. M. A. C'ummlnff, of Vnrrnvlllc,
Victoria, Australia, sn)t '
"About a jcnrftKC I hid a evero attack j
of Influenza, which It ft mo ery wonk, with
out energy, appetite, r Intt rut In life. OI
tabling little or no rdlif from doctors, or ,
from tho many rcilicttlei i ernminiiided to mo,
I nnally trlcit A)er' H.impiilth.nnrf from
that time, I began to r.iIii health an J strength, i
I continued ttio treatment until fully recor
crcil, ami now h.ie very great pleasure tn
telling my friend of ttio merits of A cr's Sap
sap.irllla, nntl tho happy results of IU use. I
consider It tho best lilootl-purlflcr known."
Has curod others, wilt euro you, i
Midctiy Pr. J C. AjtT.t Co .Lowell, Man A7.S.A.
Hollister Drug Co., L'd.,
Sole Agents for tho Republic of Hawaii.
W. W. AHANA
333 ITwutniM Ctxaat.
Kngllsh, Scotcb and imencao Goods.
Htyle and Fit Ounraiitved.
Oleauing fe Repairing
Vntoal Tele. 66S. P. 0. Box 144.
Our stock of Holiday
Goods aro now ready for
inspection at our Now
Store (Wenner's old
stand) on Fort Street.
A carefully selected stock
of Jewelry bought with
an eye on tho Holiday
Trade and will be sold at
JACOBSEN & PFEIFFER.
T. O. Box 2S7.
HOP H1NG & CO.,
102 HOTEL BTKEET
Wholesale Dealers In
Liquors and Manila Cigars
General Chinese Merchandise
aeon as -
Nut Oils, IMce, Matting,
Chinese Silks, Teas, &U..
BngllBb and American Groceriea
Hy Every Coast Steamer.
MUTUAL TELEPHONE H7.
Regan Yapor & Pacific Gas
Engines ife Launches !
THE BEST IN THE MARKET.
They cannot be surraseed for motive
SEND KOK CATALOGUE-
1033-tl Bole Agent, Nuuanu street.
If you are oal of Hill Heads, tetter
Heath, etc, we can supply them.
m v as
EXECUTIVE BUILDING, J
Honolulu, H. I., January 7, 1895.)
Tho right of WRIT OF HABEAS
CORPUS is horoby suspended and
MARTIAL LAW is instituted and
established throughout tho Island
of Oahu, to continue until further
notice, during which lime, howovor,
tho Courts will continuo iu sessiou
aud conduct ordinary business as
usual, except as aforesaid.
By tho President:
SANFORD B. DOLE.
President of the Republic of Ha
waii. J. A. KING,
Minister of tho Iutorior.
ConimoDciug MONDAY, March
lth, 1895, all liquor saloons will be
allowed to remaiu opou as por tho
couditious of their liconso?, front
B:30 a. m. to 11:30 p. m.
During such timo liquors of all
descriptions will bo allowed to bo
sold, providing same bo drunk on
No liquors shall bo taken away
trom such saloons except Brar, Alo
Tho presence of any porsou under
tho influence of liquor upon any
saloon premises will cause such
saloon to bo immediately closod, as
will also tho violation of tho rulo
allowing liquors to bo takeu away.
' E. G. HITCHCOCK,
Marshal, Republic of Hawaii.
All persons who deposited Arms
and Ammunition at tho Police Sta
tion in response to an order to that
effect, are requested to call and re
ceive tho ftanio between tho hours of
2 and 1 r. m.
E. G. HITCHCOCK,
Marshal Republic of Hawaii.
Honolulu, March 5, 1895.
All porsons aro horeby notified
that they are strictly forbidden to
use 11 ro crackers, Chiuese bombs or
any fireworks whatover within tho
limits of Honolulu.
E. G. HITCHCOCK,
Marshal Republic of Hawaii.
Honolulu, Jan. 22, 1895.
THi: STANUAltU-DHEI) STALLION
" 1ST U T o :r, ove
And tho Thorough-bred Stallion
kTYTTTrTP. QT3i?.Ttrr rr.i?"
Are avallablo this rcainu (or a limited
number ot Mares.
Wo also olTcr Good Pasturace bv
me nioniii or year. iotj-iw
MERCHANT - TAILOR
Fine Cassimeros, Sorges,
White Linens, Etc.
Suits Made to Order
ON SHOUT NOTICE.
CLEANING, DYEING & REPAIRING
O. AKIMA, - - 40 Nuuauti Slroot.
Four great requisites of
I Men's Wearing Apparel to
1 be found in all the Suits
i made by Johnston & Sto-
i rey. Mr. Storey was for
i some vears one of tho best
known cutters on tho Coast,
consequently the best dress
ed men in town wear clothes
Johnston & Storey,
4 13 Fort Street
Grocery v Store
i' NUUANU STUEET.
Between Hotel nnd King Street, next to
Has opened a First-class Grocery Store
as above. Ho will keep always on hand
the Peat and Freshest
American and Eng!fc.li Groceries
Canned Goods, Etc.,
And do lili best to please all
l'urchusos delivered to all parts
ot the City.
CvLtta.al Tolespliosio 257.
Wire -:- Nails
WILDER &" CO., L'd.
C. 33.. GOXilLXiTS,
Practical Carriage Trimmer
(Has no connection with any car
TOPS OF EVERY DESCRIPTION
Fenders, Dashes, Btorm Aprons, Etc.,
at Lowest I'osslblo Trices, nnd
Workmanship of the Dost.
I use First-class Material of my own Im
porting. Manufacturer ot all kinds of
Workshop 210 King Street near Mauuakea.
' P. O. Box 490.
California Fruit Market
Corner King and Alakea Sts.
By Every Steamer from San
Fresh Fruit, Oysters,
Balmoii, Poultry, Ktc., Etc.
A. Family Hotel.
Per nay $ 2
HI'ECtAL MONTHLY UATE8.
The Best of Attendance, the Best Situation
and the Finest Meals In the City.
T. KR0USE, .... Proprietor.