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EVENING BULLETIN, OCTOBER 5, 1895
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TOO llcpmllnlcn Hie HoUrlim l
KTrrlantliii: lMiiiUlniieill niul l
All who wero ucquaintod with
Viov. J. A. Cruzau as pastor of
Dort-streot Church iu Honolulu u
tow yours ago will bo intoroslod
in rending the following from tho
religions column of tho bun
Dr. Crrziin road one of tho host
-. papers of the year on "Tho Tioud
af Model n Religious Thought"
'before tho Monday Club. Ho
spoke of tho intelligent question
ing of tlm piesent, and tho way in
which some good peoplo confusod
inquiry with d ubt. "It is nec.-s-un
in recant sotuo of our doctrin-
'i Stat' nu'iitH,'' said Dr. Crutin,
'hut .T.-mi. Christ ib the center of
l iniidoru theology and nil mod
ern thought. Infidolity still at
tacks tho Diblo, but it bows with
mcoveiod head beforo our
tl.'islor. God is liitorprotoci by
.ursans of his fathorhood. Whore
.tith in this fatherhood is lacking
inl only tho judgo is pooh, pes
iimism comos in. Tho attempt
o teach everlasting punishmont
:ow is futile ph attempting to
Mind Niagara with straw. I'uii
.shnient is tho nntur.il penalty of
sin, and lusts as long as tho in.
"Finally, tlio trend of tho age
3 tlio immiuency of God. Our
little systems of 'dogma may not
"it tho" age to part with thorn
iioy c use us hoailacho, but the
ginl principles lcinain thosimo."
J n tho discussion that followod
much diversity of opinion was
loveloped. Most of the older
members of tho club who spoko,
vith the exception of Dr. I'oiul
uid Mrs. Coopor, liked to think
nf G"d as a stern judge instead of
-, a fatlior, and advocated tho
theory of everlasting punishment.
The younger men, as a rule,
ajjreod with Dr. Cur. in, who
closed tho discussion with an
ju:sn; o a c;hi:at najii:.
Tho exhibition by thoMom
bcrs of tho Kilohana Art
League has given decorative
art nn impetus such as has not
been tolt tor years. iho China
painting fad has reached us
and some handsomo specimens
were shown iu the art rooms.
J.IIU UlilLUIHU 1UI UUlllg tllU
work came from us and wo
now have in stock an elegant
assortment of Laeroix Tube
Colors and Brushes. Burnishers
Stipplers used in this class of
work. Our ctock is complete
with the finest assortment of
colors, brushes, canvas and
frames for art work.
Elcvrant show rooms and
roods new. Prices about
cheap as you ever heard of.
Or d way & Porter mmK
The Pacific Hardware Co.
.3i n ii Clvcym m Hulcl tlio Ire ol
Uno ut III llri-llireu.
"Rev. Frank S. Brush of Alamo
tic pro.seu.tod a paper hofora the
Pcesbyteiian Union yestorday
morning on th "Personality nnd
Teaching of tho late Dr. McCoah
ti Princeton," siys tho San Fran
sisco Chronicle. Tlio paper was
.n interesting sketch of tho lifo
And charactor of a groat man.
lit. Urush read copious extracts
icom tho works of McCosh to
show his attitudo toward evolu
tion and scionce in goiv ral. "Mc
Cosh was philosophically an opti
mist," said Mr. Biuah, "and ho
fveatest thinker of tho last 100
years in Atnericn."
Rev. Ducan Munro oponed tho
slwcission. Mr. Munro is a
outel)inan with a great lovo for
,Dr. McCosh. but ho is that ruro
;hing, a clorgyman with a koon
...umso of humor. He began face
tiously. Ho said, " Whon I
5i3ard in the country, through
dio kindness of tho
tov.spapors, that tho pajier to-d.iy
vas to be on Dr. McCosh, I look
ad up tho name in tho encyclope
dia to soo if there was any native
ion liom Milpitas by that namo.
i5ut thoro was not. It is a dreadful
lame to co through lifo with
McCosh. It rhymes with bosh
ind g ali. But McCosh was born
in tho fnxt day of April "
Mr Muino uot no further.
Mr. Brush jumped to his feet,
and said hysterically, "I did not
ODiDO htio to bo insulted, nor to
near Dr. McCosh iusnltod. f am
ooriy I camo and I loavo this
vfoom never to retuin," whereupon,
iinhoeding tho many outstretched
hands he rushed from tho room.
Afterward Mr. Munro apologiz
ed fir Irs ni'sfit jokes, hut Mr.
Urush was not thoio to hoar. All
the other ministers expressed
tlioir approval of tho paper and
heir appreciation for tho char
acter of Dr. McCoh. Dr. Noblo
. of Sau Rafael said ho wished Mc-
iosh's philanthropy might bo
laught in the universities on this
Coast, and stated that his groat
ejection to tin so institutions was
.-a account of tho character of
-too philosophy taught, which un
iormiiiod tho ohamctors of tho
A Naturally Boiled
Water, pronounced by
peoplo who know to ho
the best on the Market.
This Wator received
tho vory highest award
at tho . .
California :. International
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ffnUIl aim since tho or
37 ganization of tho linn
has beon to supply the
pooplo of Houolulu with
flist class furniture at a
in odium price. Tho
growth of tho businoss is
tho host ovidenco wo can
offor as n verification
that wo hnvo nover di
verged from our motto.
In this advortisomout
wo call your nttontion iu
a gonoral way to tho var
ious articles of furniture
wo carry by submitting
a fovv dosigns of pieces
that should bo in every
China Closets are as
much in demand as bod
stoads, thoy aro no long
er in tho list of luxurios;
tho crnzo for collecting
odd bits of China or brie
a brae, and the desiro to
kcop them m a convon
iont placo for showing
toouo's friends, has made
tho China closot indis
pensable "Wo have them
iu various styles, singlo
or double, for wall or
.corner. Thoso in an-
jtiquo ouk aro fashionable
uocausotnoy aro servico-
ablo, tho durability of
the finish on oak has the
iSdflect of making them al
ways appear new.
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TTHE uttor impossibility of an attempt to hnvo a din
SJ ing room woll furnished without a sideboard has
boon demonstrated in half tlio homes in Houolulu.
Thoro is no necessity for anyone going without ouo
whon they havo a stock like ours to dnw from. Tho
ouo shown is of quartered Oak sat'n polish finish and
has French bovol plato glass. In the highor priced
sideboards ample spaco is allowed for silverware Our
stock of plain oak sideboards has never boon equalled
r 7MI10 DADPD 1 Kt-i't on nivntl. C.
jciin, lit mill '"." .Mi-i chuut. Kxiliunn, yiui
. VroueUcu, ('ullforiilu, wlicif contractu t'ur bc!
' jitlslnt' tan lie made fur It.
As a Tablo Boverago,
is a favorito and oasily
loads all othor Mineral
Benson Smith & Co.
Wholesale and retail agcuta for the'Un
JQ1NE bureau is scarcely ado
v&f (piato to hold all tho "shirts,
uudorwonr, etc., of a gentleman
and wife; two bureaus in a room
mako it lop-sided particulaily
when they are not tho same pat
torn. A CiuiTONii:n, no matter
what tho design or color, adds
finish to tho room just as a piano
doos to a parlor.
It may sound egotistical, but wo
bobovo wo havo tho laigost stock
of thoso articles to select from
outside San Francisco.
Oak is tho stylo oftouost selected
for tho samo reason ns given re
garding China closets, but with
our stock there is no limit us to
stylo of wood. Oak, Birch or Ash,
it is all tho same, wo can supply
them in twonty odd styles. Wo
havo thorn with or without toilots;
plain top and with eithor Gorman
or French bevel mirrors, and
polished or varnished surface
Tho half dozou druwors in a
ChiiTonior make it possible to
separato the clothes and keep them
always in placo. If youhavo evor
had one you know tho vnluo; if
you have not got one while tho
prico is below bed-rock.
SVb-TJ pnhably know what it is to scattor sowing, books, papors
K and sundrios on shelves, hurenus and wherovor is most con
venient. This has been tho case with many peoplo because thoy
havo not boon able to socuro tables at anything like roasonnblo
prices. Wo soil you tablos with tops 2'2x22 inches, olegantly finish
ed and durablo, for 12.00. You'vo paid double tho monoy for some
thing of half tho valuo and thon stopped buying bocuiso you con
sidered youisolf sold. Wo do not conliuo oursolvos to this cheap
lino but havo them in every conceivable stylo. Honvy quartered
oak with handsomoly carved legs and brass mountings. Dining
tallies in endless vaiiety in either oak or walnut.
Wo also carry a large stock of chairs suit iblo for any room in tho
hones. As with tho tablos tho prico dopends largely upon tho qua
lity; wo havo no old stock so that ago of tho goods makes no dif
ference iu tho prico. Wo do not keep furniture long onough for
pieces to got. old. Tho only goods of that charactor seen in our store
is what pooplo havo bought olsowhero and brought to us to havo made
over. Wo havo an upholstery department in which work of the
finest character isdone. Perhaps you'vo noticed ologantly upholster
ed Couches in tho show rooms and thought thoy wore mado abroad 1
Thoy aro tho work of our men and we feol a just pride in turning
out work that compares favorably with that mado in tho largost
factories in tlio Uuitod States.
jffHUR hair mattressos are mado up in tho best quality oftick
SS ings, bound with tho host bed laco, lmvobordois -1 iuohes
deep, stitchod twico around.
Mattrosdos made of moss have the same caro on our part as
thoso of hair. Tho diil'eronco iu prico is accounted for by the dif
fibrenco botwoon moss and hair. This work has the nltoution of
oxporioncod upholsterers, and no bettor mattresses can bf bought
anywhoro than wo mako,. Tho prices aro goveruod by tho size of
tho beds and uumber of pounds of hair us d.
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