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EVENING BULLETIN, MARCH 23, 189G.
U 'vkMuwf 4-cw-rr u hfcjM
Ofuck ov Tilt: BoAiin or Health,
Honolulu, March 20, 18UG. J
OX AND AI-TKlt THIS DATE, A
charge tf One Dollar $ 1. 00 per hour will
be uv.irte for tho uso of the Odorless Excn
Vrttor. hy older of tho Hoard of Health,
0. U. 11EYK0LDS,
257-St Executive Officer.
5r)? EueQiQ Bulletin?,
OANIEL LOGAN, Editor.
MONDAY, MARCH 23, 189G.
Thew, 13 little doubt Unit a pro
)o:ulornitpt of tlio thoughtful pub
lic eunliment of tho country is in
fnvor of giving n. gunornl registra
tion law a fair trial. It was pass
ed by tho Legislature of 1802 but
mysteriously disappeared and was
never promulgated. Although it
inny come high in tho prico of
"Anglo-Saxon" pride, tho country
Bceinp to want to have it. Nobody
of law abiding habits will likely
bo pcriously injured by the law,
and it may do most that is prom
ised for it in bringing certain ele
ments under control for labor and
Tho reporting of roligious ser
vices that has beon somewhat ox
tensivoly dono in this paper, it
should bo nmdo known, is ohioily
tho work of those aiding in tho
meetings. This being a strictly
seoulnr paper, it cannot take any
sectarian responsibility, but it
has always beon libon.3 v ith space
for any denomination to exhibit
what its leaders deem to bo for
tho good of humanity. "Tho other
side,"' of any controversial ques
tion ventilated in our columns,
has u.'ver had ground to complain
of being refused a hoariug. Still,
-it may bo-necossary, at an appro-"
priato stngo, to plnco a limit upon
any particular controversy. Mr.
Peck is now entitled to room for
a statomont of his position which
it is understood he has in prepar
ation. CI'lllOII Oil Ripllnni.
liAi'Tisit ArconniNa to
1. Acts 10:47, requires water.
2. John 3.23, much wator.
3. Acts 8:30, coming to wator.
4. Acts 8:38, going into wator.
5. Acts 8:30, coniiug out of
0. Hub. 10:22, bodies washed.
7. John 3:5, form of birth.
8. Romans (5:1, form of burial.
1). Romans 0:5, form of resur
rection. 10. Romans 0:5, form of plant
ing. il. Romans 0:17, form of doc
trine. IMMERSION REQUIltES
2. Much water.
3. Coming to wator.
4. Going into water.
5. Coming out of water.
(5. Rodies washed.
7. Form of birth.
8. Form of burial.
9. Form of resurrection.
10. Form of planting.'
11. Form of doctrine.
HPMNKLINO AND POURING ItEQUIRE
Last Friday night as per an
nouncement Rev. Mr. Roniig pre
sented his "review" of.tho state
ments published by Rev. Mr. Peck
sonio days previously in rogard to
the esontiiilness of tho rito of
Christian baptism. In his denoue
Aunt AU .
ment of tho subjoct the evangelist
shortened and simplified his ad
dress by frequent referonco to and
comment on tho chart of scripture
texts bearing on tho subject winch
was displayed, and which is givon
at tho head of this articlo, special
omphasis boiug placed on tho
blank portion of tho chart.
Tho speaker stated that ho had
no part or lot in tho proposed
discussion or tho articlo in ouo of
tho papers which had brought it
out, ho know nothing about it un
til ho saw it as published, it was
wholly unauthorized by him, tho
occasion therefore was not sought
by him. Novortholess as a servant
t)f tho Most High, and as one
consecrated to tho christian min
istry and to tho proclamation of
tho wholo truth of God ho must
oboj tho Divine injunction to
"contend earnestly for tho faith
which was once for all delivered
unto tho caints." And when he
made btatemouts from the pulpit
ho came with the scholarship of
tho world to back him. "It is my
business to prench tko "Word, if
that conflicts with the 'traditions
of tho fathers' or tho creeds and
doctrines of mordoru sectistn. I
am not responsible," he said.
"When I givo you tho word,
God talks to you and it's you and
tho Bible for it; 1 am not in line
at nil. I havo my convictions and
they are as deep as tho sea and I'd
die for any ouo of them. On tho
subject of baptism I take undis
puted ground, it is a position
commauded of God, every convert
recorded in tho New Testament
was baptised." Here tlio speaker
read from the articlo of Mr. Peck
whore lie claimed that tho scholars
and best men of tho world regard
ed it as a "non-essential." He
then produced the Lutheran, Ep
iscopal, Methodirt and Presbyter
inn creeds und rend from thorn
and also quoted from the immort
al Wesley, they nil ngrecing ns to
tho scriptural necessity of tho or- ,
dinnnco ns commanded by Jesus
and practiced by the Apostles.
You cannot get into any of these
loading roligious bodies without
baptism, so-called. Aro thoy alioad
of Heaven ? With regard Ao im
mersion, ho said that by a woll
known law of language tli.e correct
definition of a word could bo sub
stituted for the word itself, then
proceeding ho referred to Acts 2:38,
and substituting, as portho before
mentioned law, tho wmd sprinkle
for baptized it rend thus:
"And Potorsuid unto them, Re
pent ye and bo scattered in small
drops (dofiuition of sprinklo),
every ouo of you, a terrible thing
to do. Jiy substituting tho word
pour, or its definition (nlso claim
ed to bo a correct definition of the
word baptizo,) tho effect wns
equolly lidieulous, neither of
thoso words boiug used to trans
late tho word baptizo would mnko
any sonso nt all. Now, if im
morso is a correct definition it
will fit and mako perfect souse,
and it does. "In tlio light of tho
Judgment Day you are responsi
ble tor what you see and for what
you hear as well ns 1 for what I
preach to you." Thn epeakor
made reference only in most
courteous tonus to thoso who
honestly differ from him, und a
good impression was loft ou thoso
who heard the discourse.
Liwai Meakano was convicted
of selling liquor without a licenso
of December 22d of last year and
got his sentonco suspended. To
day on tho motion of tho prose
cution the caso was called up in
District Court and tho dofondant
sentenced to a iiue of 100 and
Mr. Romig's sermon Inst night
was a strong temperance dib
course. Tho congregation was
not small, yet lacked filling tho
Rooms To Let
No -1 (linden I.nuo,
HAVL YOU TRIED IT?'
JUST THE TKlfJG FOR BREAKFAST
Cooked Moiled Oats.
Tho "Tig M'l brand.
dm ju 1.0 as.
)irt'ii,'lit from Mini Is.ltir than any utluir lir.t, I,
JTJA7" IV miti- l', ml l.i nlluu dim tin,,
FIUNK B, PKT33RSOW & 00.
H I'. AdISKTK
March 14, 1S96.
A church congregation down
in Sanders, Ky., was dismissed
most summarily under un
pleasant circumstances two
Sundays since. Right in the
middle of the preacher's dis
course there bolted into the
church through ths half-open
door what appeared to be a
black and white cat, closely
followed by a yellow dog. Cat
and dog ran swiftly down the
middle aisle to the platform.
The preacher taken unawares,
did the natural thing, kicked
at the cat, hit it, and landed it
squarely in the middle of the
congregation. Then it turned
out that the cat was a skunk.
The rest of the story is left to
the imagination of the reader.
This week we want to call
your attention especially to the
Alaska Refrigerator and
give you a few items concern
ing its construction.
To give strength and dura
bility, an inside body, or frame
is made of well dried, matched
wood, to which hardwood !
cleats are solidly nailed. Upon
these cleats the outer body, or
frame, is built.
The inner frame is made
from perfectly odorless wood,
and is lined with zinc. Po
lished as bright as a mirror,
presenting a very clean and at
All exposed wood, as under
the lids and about the doors,
is odorless tulip poplar,
thoroughly shellaced. This
makes the Refrigerator clean
Between the outer and inner
walls there is an inch and a
half space filled with Pure
Charcoal. There is nothing
so good in every way for fil
ling the space between the
two walls ot a Refrigerator as
The locks are entirely new
in principle, and are, without
exception, the best ever used
on a Refrigerator. They will
keep the door closed perfectly
tight, even if they were left
one-eighth inch loose.
The hinges are very strong,
beautiful in design, and made
expressly for The Alaska
All the trimmings are solid
brass, dipped finish, this being
the latest style in fine brass
From the results of tests
made during the past three
years, we are convinced that
the Alaska is the best Re
frigerator in the market, in
construction, in power to pre
serve perishables, in economy
of ice, and, in fact, in all the
points necessary to make them
first-class in every respect.
Hawaiian Hardware Co.
QplFdto Bproukols' Hank,
NO. :I07 FORT STOTET.
The ncre VnernncT Cnnc.
II. M. Berg was tried beforo
Judge do la Vorgno this morning
on a charge of vagrancy. Oflicer
Cordes testified to tho vagrant
habits of tho defendant and Mar
shal Brown to tho fact that ho had
beon under arrest thrco times be
fore in tho past six months on tho
Tho dofondant called P. A.
Schaefer as a witness but Mr.
Schnefor testified that ho did not
know him or anything about him.
Borg then wanted President Dole
and two or tlireo othor prominent
witnesses summoned to prove that
ho had applied for work to them,
but the prosecution obviated tho
necessity of their prosonco by nd
mittiug that such was a fact.
Tho witness then told a ram
bling story about tho polico being
down on him. Said ho hnd been
a supporter of tho monarchy but
was now a pupporler of ho Re
public. He had applied to
covoral officials for jobs but
they would not givo him anything
to do. Ho mado liiB living by do
ing odd jobs on vcbsoIs along tho
wharves and supposed he hnd a
right to do as ho pleased.
Tho Court found him guilty
and gave him qunrtorswith Jailor
Low for thrco months to come.
Order of ArreSl Vncnled.
In tho matter of "W. G. Irwin, a
witness produced under bench
warrant in tho caso of Rudolph
Snrenlrnls vs. Pnanhnu Plantation
Company, Judgo Perry disoharg- 1
cd tlio respondent from arrest but
not from tho obligation to appear
when called. ine neanng is con
tinued until Wednesday.
Jas. Quiuu contomplntos leaving
for Guatemala somn timo during
tlio month of April.
Results of Honesty.
"My watch is giving mo the ut
most satisfaction; I actually be
lieve it does not vary a second
during tho week."
Pleasant remarks these. Just
tho kind of balm a watchmaker
nucils occasionally to keep up
his spirits. For you know
working all day on a 'high
stool, n glass firmly screwed
into 0110 oyo, looking at objects
so minute it takes a microscope
tt d st'tiuisli them, is not tho
pi as'intcst occupation which
could fall to the iot of man.
So it's no wonder n follow
gets all out of 8"rts occasion
ally, and then it's tho timo a
few ronnrks like tho above
does what all tlio patent medi
cine in the world could not ac
complish, cheers up, makes
things look brighter, the next
job goes all the smoother.
Speaking of tlio above watch:
It was an old one. The wearer
had used it steadily for frty
years, lb had run etioughjhad
revolved its wheels s long and
steadily, that at last it was
tired out. Tlio pivots were so
worn, the wheels just wobbled
and wobbled, then stopped al
together. What wns to bo
done? Throw it away? Got a
new one. Yes, but the wearer
valued it for its associations, it
was ns dear to him as his best
friendjso nothing would do but
build it all over as it were, re
new the parts, put some go
into it. That wo accomplished
it to tho entire satisfaction of
the owner, his remarks above
would suroly leave no room for
ooubt. And wo can do the
same with yours, sometimes
they go a little too far, and tho
cost for reconstruction is too
much, but generally no work
is too intricato for us. It is
that which wo brag about,
complicated work is our strong
hold. Isn't it reasonahlo now
to suppose that wo aro bettor
ahlo to do your loss intricato
work? Wouldn't it he safer to
givo us tho custody of your
watoh altogether, no niattor
what tho troublo, and havo a
fooling of certainty in to if h
H, F. Wiohman
Auction Saks by W. S. Luce.
By order of MK3S15S. H. W SCHMIDT &
SONS, I Bbull sell at their BusincbS
lloUHO ou Fort street,
TOMORROW, March 24th,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M.,
An Assortment of
Dry - Goods
CLOTHING, SHIRTS, ETC.
UTS'" Fuller jvirtlcnliirs licienftcr. I.lbo.
rnl terms to the trailo. All Ooods sold
W. S. LUCE,
Cane .'. Lands
For Sale At Auction.
,On MONDAY. March 30th,
! AT 12 O'CLOCK Ml. ON,
I shall sell, nt my Auction llooms,
Thrco Parcels of Irrigated Cans Lands,
Situated in the Districts of Knuohul, Muolea,
Riiull, Is ami of Maul This Property 19 at
present least d to tho Keelprocity duur Com
pany for n tc;m of ten yours, from tlio Dili of
Starch, IB'.U, at an annual icutal offlH.RO
clear of taxes. Thero nre M acres In thu
lands and through them runs tliu water sup
ply for the Keelprocity tJujiar Company. A
lnuKiillU'cnt Inxestment and rare clmiice for
speculators. Tlllo perfect, feu simple und
free ot ull encumbrances.
Terms Cash In U 8. Gold Coin. Deeds at
expense of purchaser.
For fuither particulars, apply to
W. S. LUCE,
For Family Use 1
Just lteccivcil, ox "C. C. Funis," n cargo of
, Wellington, Departure Baij, Coal
I Which is oflciod ill qu(intil!c to suit.
2240 lbs. to the Ton.
WILDER & CO., L'D.
1 Hi.IimipImi fur Ul' ICVUMMJ HWe
IMiriN, 71? oiiiitu ))or nn'iitli.
' -t. mh rvt wrv vr-
tfctf a -"
TI - IID
Auction Sales by Jas. F. Morgan.
AUCTION SALE OF
On TUESDAY, March 24th,
AT 12 U'CL'JCK NO N.
At my Snlesrootn, Quern street. Honolulu,
I will sell ut Public Auction, by 01 dor of F.
W. JlcC'lie-ney, Ksq., President of Tho
I Woodliiwu Couijinuy, HlnireB in hIjjvo Com-
1 D' McOoriintoi), SSIinrcx.
Geo Trembiu, tt sliim-H.
JAS. h MuixGAN,
2"1 Ot uctionecr.
FS " g ox
On SATURDAY, March 28,
j AT 12 O'CLOCK NOOK,
At my Kidcsroom. Qitccn street, 1 will boll
i ut Public Auction, tho following
I Valuable Residence Lots at Makiki
1. CormT of KrcaiimoKu anil Dnmlids
st. KrontnKf of SUilft on Kceiiuiniil.u strcrt,
mid !:;( ft, on Pomlhliut. Contains :j(UUU
'-. Adjoining No I on Dnmlnls street Fron
tnfjo of l!i(J feet on Domini street, und U00
ft deep. Coiitnlns L'G.nmi tq ft.
! !!. Adjoining No 'J on DomloU street.
KrontiiL'u of I8il ft on Donihils st, 2jU ft deep.
Contains lill.lXKI si) It.
4. Corner of Oomlnls and Kcunlo sts.
! Frontage of L'Oil (t on Kuwulo st, und 13U ft
on Dnmlnls st. Contains '.'(i.UOfl m( ft.
I 5. Corner of Kewnlo and Uculu sti.Front
ngu of '.'00 ft on Kewnln st, und 1:10 ft ou Uc
ulu st. Contains 'JO, (Mil M ft.
, (1. Adjoining; No Son Heulast.IliO It facing
on 'lie street, '.Oil ft deep.
I Tliu uLiovu I.oIh nrchltuated In the Imme.
dlate vicinity of the resldi ncc of K V Peter
son, Ksn, mid J (1 Kiithwell, Em;
Tlie ubovo Lots will nil face tlio line of tho
proposal l.lectrlc Kalluar
Tliln sale olleis one of tlio few opportunities
to obtain a tine luiiru Itcstdi-uco Site In nu ex
cellcnt url;lilioiliiod. Tlio lots command an
17 Finns of tho propei ty can lie seen nt
fif Part of tho purchaeo price can remain
For further particulars, apply to
JAS. P. MQRGAN.
245 til Auctioneer.
COPFEiii ESTATE AND LANDS
I am directed to sell nt Public Auction on
Wednesday, May 27, '96,
nt 12 o'clock noon of said day nt my sales
rooms on Queen street, In Honolulu (unless
sooner disposed of at private sale) tliu follow,
ins described piopcrti, namely;
A tract of land of about 2,:iuo acres In fee
simple situate nt Kolo mid Olelomoana 1 In
Houth Kona, Island of Hawaii, about elj;ht
miles hy a j-ooil road from Ilooheria, one of
tlio largest villages In Kona. '1 licio is tin ex
cellent Iniulliii: on tho land Itself from where
the colfio und other produce could he shipped
nnd a trood slle torn mill near tho landing.
Fifty acres or land aro In codec. Hungrily es
timated thcru Is about scen liundicd acres of
splendid cotreo land 1 Inn nil on ouo block on
both sides of the fiovcriunuit Jtoad. Klulrt
liuudreil ucres lying nboo and to tho Kant of
the seven lilllldn d ileus iibme mentioned Is
uIk j e client land and nlthoimhnt n hlyhcr
ultltuile Is uu doubt ulsowell adapted for
coffee culture. The lower laud beluw tho
colfeu belt is sultnulo lorplneapples and sisal.
TlureU n divine; house, stoic and work
tnoiiis, it (loidon's I'ulper, laborers' ounrlers
and wit.T tntil.s at tht !.uitatU,, ,nd U,u
laud 1 partly wnllul, Theiu has never been
any blight ou this laud, iilllnuili coireu wns
Iiluiilcd n gnat uiiinvienrsut'ii. Old resident
of Ktmiillkotlro Into I). II Nshliiu, J. W,
Kiinliutil.il nitil others h.no lotlllnl ( nils
fact Thuru Uusia l!.hei uppuilcmint to
Ti'ims mih or sirtiif the imu'liniq pilcu
enn runiuli) on nmrlKiiifii ul cbht per piia per
nuiiiiin. I)ed nml lumps ut Hie okpuusu nl
A turn; f jhu jiruiMrt y ihii Im seen m fur-
i .1. V. MOIKIAN,
, "H'l'l Aimilmiwr,