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THE DAILY WLLKTIN. MAWH 10. 1895.
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BILlilAKDS IN A OHUItOH.
Bowling Ally and Gymnasium
Amonjj Its Fontures
Tho Adams Congregational Church
recently (hnlicaU'd n congregation
house mid parsonage containing
BOino radical modern features. The
hotie, besides containing more com
j)letely tho features found in parish
Iiouses, lias a bowling alloy, a well
equipped gymnasium and a billiard
and pool room, the most radical
feature of all. Tho auditorium has
n platform with footlights, as near
an approach to a stage as could well
bo built in connection with a
church, even in tho midst of liberal
Adaui3 folk. Tho church has a
well-titled kitchen, mauy tables,
lots of table linen, silterwam and
dishes. It has reading rooms,
classrooms and a study for tho
The bowling alloy is in tho base
ment, and is always full of merry
youths at accessible hours. The
gymnasium iu the attic is constantly
putronr'od. List week a class of
young men was organized and Pro
fessor Seeley of Williams College
was engaged for instructor. Tho
young women have become jealous,
and it has leeu decided to prohibit
tliu use of tho gymnasium by tho
boys for several hours each day and
turn it over to tbo girls, who are
determined to form an athletic asso
The church is not selfish. It has
thrown open the doors of its Cue
congregation house to the whole
community, bolieviug that a better
ing of social conditions is n step
Thoro are ono or two of tho old
conservative oleniout who look un
favorably upon tho congregation
house and itH well patronized pool
and billiard tables. One says:
"By and by thoro will bo a saloon
connected with every church. K
you put iu billiard tables, bowling
alleys and gymnasiums and say as
long as tho boys will play thoy had
bettor play at church, why not put
in a bar, for as long as men will
drink, why not let them drink at
church?'' Huston Journal.
BED MEM IN WASHINGTON. ,
On a Tour of Innpoctlon of tho Halls '
of the Capitol.
Five stalwart, picturesque Indian
chiefs, iu full regalia and typical iu
their wildwood splendor of the fast
vanishing red man. attracted tho at
tention of many interested specta-
tors at tho Capitol rocoutly. They
were Sacs and Foxes, doscoudauts of
me race once commanded ly the in
vincible Black Hawk, and wero iu all
respects the host representatives of
tho Amoricau aborigines soon iu
Washington for a long time. Thoy
wore accompanied by their inter
preter. G. B Boutonotu, who point
od out to them tho objects of inter
est in Statuary Hall and tho two
chambers of Congross.
Tho ubinuitous and accommodat
ing weather clerk of tho House, Mr.
Kaudolph, brought his camera; Cor
respondent W. S. Liruor arranged
tho chiefs iu a group on tho frout
steps of the Capitol and thoir pic
tures wero taken in four different
aspects. All tho men wero above
the medium in height and wero pic- i
turosqiioly robed in bottle greou,
blue and rod blaukets. Civilization
had entered very sparingly into tho
features of'thnir tout onsemblo.
Thoy woro oaglo feathers on their
heads, bear-claw necklaces aud sil
ver modals upon thoir chests, buck
skin trousTs and boadod moccasins,
and several carriod a red Boapstouo
pipe, festooned with hawk plumes.
Thoro was little stoicism in tho
mannor in which they enjoyed pos
ing for their picture. When tho ob
ject of Mr. Jiandolph's mysterious '
and cabalistic signs, movomouts aud
gesticulations behind tho camera
wero made known to them they
burst into a ringing peal of laughter
and man i lusted as much delight as
a proverbial boy is supposod to do
over his first pair of pants. Wash
How to Curo Rhoumatism.
AitAoo, Coos Co., OnEao.v, Nov. 10,
181)3. 1 wish to iuform you of tho
great good Chamhorlniu's Pain Balm
has done my wife. She has beou
troubled with rhoumatism ot tho
arms aud hands for six months, and
has tried many remedies prescribed
for that complaint, but found no re
lief until she used this Pain Balm;
one bottle of which has completely
cured her. I take pleasure in recom
mending it for that trouble. Yours
truly, O. A. IJulloiid. f0 cont and
S1.00 bottles. For salo by all dealers.
Heusou, Smith & Co., agents for tho
G, H. Harrison, practical piano
and orgau maker and tuner, can fur
uish best factory references, Orders
left at Hawaiian News Co. will re
ceive prompt attoution. All work
uarantwd to i'o the same none
Mr. ScicarA Taplln,
System Broken Down
Distross-paino in tho Back
New Llfo and Strength Ctvon by
"CI. Hood & Co., Lowell, Mais, t
" Dear Slnt I do not think Inert Is anjr other,
medicine on lh market to good as Hood's Sar
saparllla. 1 liavo tnlcen only three bottles mi J
di now la better liealtli than for thrco years.
My 8ystom Was Brokon Down
so that my friends remarked upon my falling
away. I could not keep anything on my
stomach and 1 suffered terrible distress,
especially In tho left side. I had a severe pain
In my back all the tlino so that 1 could not work.
Uefora I had taken one bottle ot Hood's Bars
parllla the pain In my back was gone, the first
time for two years. I can eat anything and
keen it on mv stomach without dl.trpm after
wards. Ibe trouble with my back Is over and i
i I Can Work All Day
as years ago. When people remark upon tbo
Hood'a Pills act sislly, yet promptly and
fflalsntly, on the llrer and bowels, lie.
Hobron Drug Co., L'd.,
Bole Agents for tho Itcpuhllc of Hawaii.
Several Collages ut Uocenta Rentals.
FOR SALE ON EASY TERMS.
House Lots, IU iu Irs from Post Olllco, on
mid near Klnj; Street, a l-vt steps
beyond tho Kan eh mho
Mu This oflfrrs a good cliauco to sreuro
Homesteads t moicratu prices Willi an-
luxation assured iu tho near future, n
Hi 110 J.ot j-o noir tho business lU'itor
forms one of the mnt drslrablo invest-
for a mull sum of money.
orpor-uons or anyone roiring
in I.urL'u Tructi of Suburban
Land can bo accommodated at reasonable
figures wilh Trne a of from G, 10 to 50
14 Land (in the other I .lands, in
Tracts suitable for a Dairy, Hpr Ilanuh or
Collee ami Sisal rlantntlou for salo or
lease. Enquire of
2-3m E. M. NAKUINA.
Wall Paper !
Wo havo JuH Itecetved direct from
New York tlio ....'....
Erer brought hero tit ouu time.
Patterns of 1895
WILDER & CO.,
Applications for tho purchase of
Wood, Dressed or Undressed Stone,
Coral Hock for road making and
Kakaako Salt from tho Bishop Es
tate can bo made to Wm. Mutch,
who is authorized to receipt for tho
S. M. DAMON,
Honolulu, March 8, 1805.
WANTED -A SMART ENEHOET10
man, who is not afraid of work, to
cuter nn Importing Houso in Honolulu,
hiiviiiK a good connection ami which Is
canahlo of being extended. Preference
will he given to ono acquainted ou tho
Islands. All communications will bo treat
ed as strictly coulldeutlal, and returned if
desired, A good living rnlary guaranteed
or nn intercut iu tho business. Must have
home capital, l'diielpnls only treated with.
For further particulars address.
X, Y. 'A,
12h0-tf iluiXLETix Oinceliouofulu.
X Family Driving
Horse, formerly owned
by John F. Howler, Is
now for sale. Insnee-
lion aud terms miiv be had on iipiillent'on
to "A. U.," caro Cant. Wnroon Mounted
Patrol, Police Station. 1287. lw
Best Family Medicine
OYSPEPSIA, LIVER TROUBLES.
Purely Vegetable. Easy to Take.
The delicate sugar-coating of Aycr's rills
llohci Immediately on reaching the stom
nch, and permits the full strength ot each
Ingredient to bo speedily nulmllatcd. As a
piirg.UU e, clllicrf or trn cllcr or as a family
medicine, Ayer's I'llls arc the best In the
HIGHEST AWABDS AT THE
World's Great Expositions.
fT"llfwrnf elieup Imitation. Tin- nimn
- AjVr'n I'llls- It blown Iu tliuiihin v( cjih
o( vur iHitllvi.
Hollister Drug Co., L'd.,
Sole Agents for l ho H publto of Hawaii.
FOR INFORMATION CONCERNING
oai.IjOn-, or aui)hi:s9,
JOHN M. CHASE,
Olllco, 100 Fort Strco. Telephone 181.
W. W. AHANA.
333 XTuuanu 3trt.
, Scotcb and American Goods.
8tyle ami Fit Uuttrnnttieft.
UloHiiing & Repairing
Mutual Tele. 66S. P, 0. Box Hi
HOP HJ.NG & CO.,
m HOTEL STREET
Wholesale Dnalera In
Lipors mil lain Cigars
Genera) Chinese Merchandise
Nat Oils, Rice, Matting
Chinese Bilks, Teas, Etc,
English and American Groceries
By 'Every Coast Steamer.
MUTUAL TELEPHONE 147.
Regan Yapor & Pacific Gas
Engines k Launches !
THE BEST IN THE MARKET.
They cannot be surpassed (or motive
Cr-8ENI) KOK CATALOGUE -n
l(M3-tf Hole Agent, Nnuanu xlrvet
EXECUTIVE BUILDING, J ;
Honolulu, IT. 1 , January 7, 1893.J
Tho right of WHIT OE HABEAS
COIll'US is hereby susptuulcd and
aiAIiriAL LAW is instituted and'
Oitablishod throughout the Islaud
of Oahu, to continue until further
uotice, during which time, however,
tho Courts will continue iu session ,
aud conduct ordinary business ns '
usual, except ai aforesaid.
By tho I'residont:
SANFOHD B. DOLE,
President of rho Kepubllc of Ha
waii. J. A. KING,
Minister of tho Interior.
Commencing MONDAY, March
lth, 1895, all liquor saloons will bo
allowed to remain open as per tho
conditions of their liconses, from
G:30 a. ii. to 11:80 p. si.
During such timo liquors of all
descriptions will be allowed to bo
sold, providing satno bo drunk on
No liquors shall bo taken away
from such saloons except Beer, Alo
Tho prosouco of auy person under
tho iulluonco of liquor upon any
saloon premises will causo such
saloon to bo immediately closod, as
will also tho violation of tho rulo
allowing liquors to bo takou away.
E. G. HITCHCOCK,
Marshal, Republic of Hawaii.
All persous who deposited Arms
aud Ammunition at .tho Folico Sta
tion in response to an ordor to that
qffect, are rcquostcd to call and re
ceive tho same between tho hours of
2 aud 1 r. m.
E. G. HITCHCOCK,
Marshal Republic, of Hawaii.
Honolulu, March f, 1805.
All bills against tho Military De
partment contracted between Janu
ary G aud February 15, 1895, and not
as yot presoutod, are ordored to bo
presented at tho Finance Office be
fore 12 o'clock noou on SATURDAY,
March 10, 1895.
W. G. ASHLEY,
Quartormastor 1st Reg., N. G. H.
Allporsous are horeby uotifiod
that they are strictly forbidden to
uso fire crackers, Chinese bomb3 or
auy fireworks whotovor within tho
limits of Honolulu.
E. G. HITCHCOCK,
Marshal Republio of Hawaii.
Houolulu, Jan. 22, 1895.
TilK STANDAItD-UKEI) STALLION
" 2ST XJ T Oc-Si, OVE "
And tho Thorough-bred Stallion
Are available thN teaion fur a liuilted
number of Mares.
Wo also offer Good Pasturaeo bv
the month or j ear. 12t'J-lv
Four great requisites o
Men's Wearing Apparel to
be found in all the Suits
made by Johnston & Sto
rey. Mr. Storey was for
some years one of the best
known cutters on the Coast,
consequently the best dress
ed men in town wear clothes
Johnston & Storey,
4 13 Fort Stroot
Grocery v Store
S-ii NUUANU BTltKET,
Between Hotel and King Street, next to
otel ami KIni;Str
Has opened n Kirst-class Grocery Store
as above. He will keep always on hand
the Dent and Freshest
American and English Groceries
Canned Goods, Etc.,
And do his tiest to please nil
Purchases delivered to all parts
of the City.
iEia.fu.al l37olop3a.oaa.o 57.
Practical Carriage Trimmer
(Has no connection with any car
TOPS OF EVERY DESCRIPTION
Fenders, Dafthcs, Storm Aprons, Etc,
at Lowest Possible Prices, and
Workmanship ot tho llest.
I use First-class Material of my own im
porting. Manufacturer ot all kinds of
Workshop 210 King Street near Maunakea.
P. O. Hox 490.
California Fruit Market
Corner King and Alakea Sis.
By Every Htan:er from 8n
Fresh Fruit, Oysters,
Balmon, Poultry, Kto., Etc.
M. T. DONNELL,
PATENTEE AND SOLE MANDFAOTDBEB
New Patented Poi Strainer
All Orders or Caiiimunlcatlona
addressed to E. O. Hall & Son, L'd.,
(who have them on sale), or to M. T.
Uouuell, will receive prompt attention.
A. o.ttiily Hotel.
PrOay ,$ 2
Per Week i
SPBCIAL MONTHLY BATES,
The llest of Attendance, the llest Situation
and the Finest Meals In the City.