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Vol. 1. No. 209.
HONOLULU, H. L, FRIDAY, APRIL 3. 1896.
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These Lots nro Very Cheap and Sold
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Deshnblo Acie Tracts near tho city and
othor Properties for ealo.
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RIOE LANDS WITH ABUNDANT
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able for cultivation or dividing into homo,
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l'nr further particulars, iunuiro of
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Waikiki Mcli Property
Unable to Work !
NO APPETlf E I
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COMPLETELY CURED HIM.
Mr. T. J. C'luno, of AVnlkervlllr, Ado
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"Siv years ago, I had tin attack of
Indigestion and Liver Complaint
that lasted for weeks ; I was unable
to do tiny hard work, had no appi-.
titc, food distressed me, and I suf
fered much from headache. My
skin was sallow and sleep did imt
refresh me. I tried several reme
dies and consulted a doctor, with
out obtaining any relief; finally,
ono of my customers recommended
Aycr's Sarsaparilla. It helped mo
from tho first, lit fact, after taking
six bottles I was completely cured,
and could eat anything and sleep
llko a child."
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Bole Agents for tho Itepublio of Hawaii.
Something Interesting !
Imports of Champagne In
to the United States,
FROif JAN. 1ST TO JUNE IsT, 1895.
G II Mumm & Co.'s extra
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Moet & Ohundon 9,008
Hoidsieok &. Co., (dry
Louts lloedoror v3,438
Perrier Jouot 3.28G
Vvo. Clicquot 2,378
St. Mnrcoaux 334
Krug& Co 270
Ohns. Uoidsiock 355
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HAWAIIAN SUGAR PLANTERS ASSOCIATION.
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Itn Ullilellilngn nTOoil Mmln Known
lr tliu VUllile-Cltntlon
Miss Liiurn Piles road tho fol
lowing pnpor nt tho grndunling
oxorcises of tho Training Oltisses
for Kindergartnors recently:
As it hits not been until recent
ly that tho Kindergarten Method
of instruction has mot with tny
favor, it is not surprising, ns is
quilo apparent from methods om
ployed, thnt it hns been misinter
preted ns a piny school simply
n plnco to cntortnin children.
Hnd tho thoughtful consideration
duo any now movement boon given
this system, it might hnvo been
learned long ago, ns Froobel says
thnt, "Dosp meaning often lies in
Wo nil ngreo thnt "tho chiof ond
ot ninn is to glorify God and on
joy him for over." Lot us inter
pret this nnd whut does it menn
to us? How enn wo best glorify
God? Why is not tho child, in
his well-directed hnoov nlnv.
fnithfully fulfilling this mission
to tho oxtont of his power?
Prom nctunl experience nlmost
nnyono can sny that the outward
form of worship used by adults
is not suited for children, not
uniil thoy nro nt lenst ten yenrs
old. Rut the child's mind before
this period is most susceptible to
truth, and Froobel believed,
ns Browning suys, thut: "Truth
is within oursolves; it takes no
riso from outwnrd tilings; what
ever you may bolievo there is an
inmost centre in us nil when truth
abides iu fullness. And to knoy.
rnthor consists in opening out a
way, whence tho imprisoned
splendor may escape than in
effecting entry for a light sup
posed to bo without." And then
sinco this is tho most impression
able part of his lifo, it is then that
tho elements of religion should
bo awakened in him. Froobel
from his knowledge of humanity
saw this lack in childhood nnd
provided for it by instituting in
his gospel n child worship. So
hero in tho Kindorgnrton, or child
church ns wo may call it, ovory
t ling that can pleasantly awaken a
feeling bf reverenco nnd lovo for
God nnd his beautiful world, and
n lovo for his fellow beings, is
brought to bear upon the child.
In a swoot, simplo way, from tho
actual seeing nnd handling ot
tilings themselves, ho is mndo
thoughtfully acquainted with his
relations to God, Nnturo nnd Mnn,
or, in other words, with Religion.
And in tho dnily practice of lovo
ho is clenrly nnd simply led tosoo
thnt "Lovo is tho fulfilling of tho
Roligion, Froobol snys, "consists
in fulfilling tho will of God by
living out the lifo God has givon
us." To bo able to do this wo
must aim to attnin a full and har
monious development of all tho
faculties of tho body, mind and
boiiI, and get a clear insight into
Iho laws of nnturo so that wo may
bo nblo to fulfill thorn.
Somo ono mny criticnlly say,
"Woll that wo'uld bo nothng more
thnn a secular education," but this
education, while it is secular, bo
ing by and with things thomsolvos,
helps to unito tho real t and tho
ideal, fho univorso and God, and
in this way lny tho foundation in
tho cliildibh mind for religious
principles. And as it is psyco
logicul fact thnt wo can only know
tho'invisiblo through tho visible,
or tho wuy in which it manifests
itsolf, to know God tho oyos of tho
child must bo first opened to kuow
him in his creations, and then ho
will understand him in spirit and
in truth. A child can seo nnd
lovo long boforo ho can under
stand, so instead of boring and
probably stunting his memory by
touching him abstract theology .wo
must employ simplor menus und
lend liim directly to God, whom
he will wooii learn to love, trust
and ulu-y, from tho way
iti which ho manifests
himselE to us in his works, nnd
through Christ ns n Snviour nnd
lover of little childron. Tho
methods omployed in tho Kindor
gnrton in lending a child to such
a knowledge are linked on those
threo principles: l -t, tho rolu
tion of tho material .rld to God
mid of God to tho world. "Jnd. the
relation of mnn to God and of
God to man; 3rd, tho relation of
man to the world, nnd of tho
world to man.
Liko nil knowledge nn ncqunint
nnce with God comos by degrees.
Tho child must gradually rise to
a knowledgo of tho truths of
Christianity if ho is to become a
true boliovor in God, nnd bolicf
in God wo say is inbonij and can
be developed in ovory child. But
as any faculty of tho mind do
munds outsido stimulus for its do
volopmont, so this intuition belief
requires somo outsido revelation
for its growth.
Now through what bettor medi
um could this boliof bo reached
than by coming in nctunl contnet
with nnturo nnd mnn God's
mnstorpieces? And wherein is tho
love of God for humanity bottor
oxomplified and more rendily seen
thnn in naturo? Tho beautiful
world in which wo dwell?
Only an insight into her laws
enables ono to approach God, and
bo regulato mo accordingly.
Therefore, what is purer, more
beautiful, uplifting, direct, to en
gage tho attention of tho young
mind than tho glories of God as
revealed to him in tho bright sun
beams, tho azure sky, tho green
valleys, tho tall swaying trees, tho
clear, cool strenms, nnd tho sweet
singing birds, when in tho com
pnny of his plnymntes? And so
it is our aim, day by day, as wo
load the child by means of appro
priate songs, stories and games to
bring him in touch with theso
forccsaud thereby unconsciously
ncqunint him with God whom ho
recognizes as tho "Lifo in whom
wo live, move, and have our bo-
Tho religious foundation which
a child gets in tho Kindorgnrton
is not sectarian as many are pre
judiced to boliovo, but a broad,
gouornl one, giving him a clear un
derstanding of God and his rela
tion to us and tho world. Wo
have not to fear but that ho will
ever bo a truo disciplo of tho ono
whom ho learns to lovo in his
childhood. And whilo wo nro do
sirous thnt ovory child mny fool
tho omnipotent power of God,
grent care must bo oxorcised that
all thoughts of Him are first asso
ciated in tho mind of tho child
with all tho good gifts and bles
sings of lifo, and not with what
will oxcito fear and terrify him.
Ifor tho child in his innocouco is
unable to associate with Lovo or
God anything but gentleness and
tenderness. Again, as childhood
days are bo short, only tho bright
sido of lifo Bhould bo allowed to
fill it. But as is invariably tho
caso dark days will come, and
how can wo keep them from him ?
As nn event or circumstanco will
always suggest its opposito, as
darkness, light; and heat, cold;
let us simply ubo tho darkness to
impress tho light. Thou whilo
tho child seep and knows tho dark
ness, ho knows it only ns u neces
sary condition of light, for with
out ono tho othor connot exist. It
wns darkness tlmt first existed on
the face of tho deep, "aud God
said, Lot there bo light, and there
wns light." Ever sinco there has
been light, aud darknoss comes
only ns something comes in be
tween to hinder tho light, and if
wo who am older nro faithful tho
child can always onjoy tho glories
of tho light.
Froobel said that tho first germs
of religious footings are found in
tho family, and for this reason ho
united tho childron in Kinder
garten into ono larger family
whore, through brotherly kind
ness and tho practico of lovo,
all would grow up in tho
lovo of God. lioneo it is our duty
to early Book this lovo and care
fully foster it in its tenderness.
But how bhall wo do it? "Wor
ship in a child is to fcol and prac
tico lovo," hence anything is
legitimate which awakens or
Now, what is more gratifying
to a child titan to call upon him
to oxorciso his feeblo powers in
producing things that will please
as woll as uplift him? Tho Baro
ness von Maronholtz says: "All
work, all oxorcises, which awaken
tho capacity for rendering lovinu
sorvices to follow-crcntares will
help to lny th ground-work oE
roligion in the child." It is nl
wnys tho ond for which nnything
is dono, that gives quality to tho
act, so if tho child is properly
guided in his work ho cannot
help but bo led to tho ono who
has so liberally endowed him with
power to do. Now as wo pray
for tho coming of tho kingdom,
in which God's will is to bo dono
in earth ns in heaven, let us also
aid its coming by carefully lend
ing nnd guiding tho children,
"for of such is tho kingdom of
henvon." And thou wo shrill nt
tniu that "unity" for which tho
world is today seeking, whon all
mon will say, "Wo are brothors,
and not only call thorn brothors
but treat them as such.
tjii: l'ouTUdUKsi: vicroitir.s.
Cnpllvo Alricnii Chicfr Dcuortcil to
Oipo Verde Itlnndu
In viow of tho recent religious
and social colourations ot tho Por
tuguese in Honolulu, in honor of
thoir nation's victories in Africa,
tho following rccont intelligence
possesses local interest:
A London dispatch of March 13
says: Gungunliana, the trouble
somo chiof of south-cast Africa,
who wns captured bv tho Portu
guese, has, withhis'followcrs, beon
driven through tho streets of Lis
bon. ImmoiiHO crowds of porsons
lined tho thoroughfares through
which tho procossion passed.Gun
guuhanu and his followers nro to
bo deported to tho Capo Verde
Islands, off tho west const of Af
rica. Tho Lisbon correspondent of
tho Times recontly roportod:
"Gungunliana, his sovon wives,
his Bon Godido, and his undo
Molungo have beon brought horo
by Captain Mousinho,who captur
ed thorn at Chaimito with tho as
sistance of Lieutenant Miranda,
of tho Artillery, Lioutonant Couto,
Dr. Amaral, and 16 mon of the
artillery and infantry. Tho chiof
Zichacha has also arrived with his
threo wives, and tho arrival of tho
chiof Mohazul is expected short
ly. Quoto, brothor of Muzila, and
a prominent nativo loador, wns
shot in tho kraal by tho Portu
guese in presence of Gungun
hnna, who was bound hand and
foot, and of 3000 natives."
1'Ilti: AT ICANI.OIIi:.
DcHtriictloii ol'tlie. Old Wong I'lt Illco
About 2 o'clock this morning
tho rico mill at Kanooho, near tho
CourthouBO, was totally destroyed
by firo. Thoro wns no ono sleep
ing in tho building nnd tho cnuso
ot tho fire is unknown. Fortunate
ly thoro was little wind, and threo
houses used as warohouso, ollico
nnd dwelling, situated about fifty
or sixty foot from tho null, escap
ed. Nothing in or about tho mill
Tho building destroyed is aii
old ono and is known as tho Wong
Fat rico mill. Lately it was sold
to Loo Puii nnd nt tho tinio of its
destruction it was oporated by tho
Hung Chong Wai company. Tho
property is mortgaged to W. F.
Allon for 2000 aud insured for
that amount in J. S. Walkor's
ngonoy. Tho loss is estimated ut
A l'luninilt Ilrlto.
Keep in mind tho salo of Ma
noa lots on Wednesday, April 8th.
Tho lots are staked out nnd num
bered. A plonBnnt drive Saturday
will bo to Mauon whoro you may
select your preference of lots pre
vious to tho sale.
Agent: "Sir, do you need any
typewriter supplies?" Morchant:
" Yos, send mo about -lib. of candy."
TIIK NKlV LOAMS.
Mnlrs 1'lini Tried
ElHTOIt EVKNINO BULLKTIN
Minister Dnmon has publicly in
vited criticism on all hit official
nets nnd doings nnd especially
his now lonn bills. Will ho
plain why tho course recently
pur.-ued by President Cleveland
in tho United States in tho snle of
tho recent popular 1 pjr cont lonn
should not bo followed horo. It
was a grent buccoss there and
soomed to give general satisfaction
to all concerned. Why should it
not bo tried horo, say with a 5 per
cent loan? It is common
streot talk that such a loan
if authorized by tho Legislature
nnd properly advertised for n suf
ficient length of tinio would bo nil
subscribed for right hero in Ho
nolulu nt pur nnd over. If thoro
is nny truth iiii those statements
what is tho usa of going abroad
for money and pnying lurgo com
missions and discounts to mon
who don't uood tho money? If
tho loan should bo takon up here
there would bo no oxponso of this
kind and tho treasury would re
coivo ovory dollar pf tho money
paid for bonds. Tho statement
is mndo thnt nf ter tho present crop
of BUgrtr is tnken off there will bo
Bix million dollars in sugar divi
dends looking for fresh invest
ment, which would bo more than
enough to take up tho tfniount
which will bo authorized.
Lot tho pcoplo hnvo n chanco nt
a popular loan of this kind, and
let tho bonds bo of denominations
as low as S100, so that a poor mnn
could go to tho Treasury and buy
a bond wheuovor he hnd a 8100 to
invest. 1 think with P. C. Jones
thnt if such n loan wns
nuthorized tho cnpitnlists of
the United Stutes would como
to Honolulu nnd camp right hero
till thoy got somo of it.
In any ovont, if tho oxporimont
fnilod wo should bo no worse off
thnn wo are now, nnd tho Logis
lntnro could thon give Minister
Dnmon a free hand to place tho
loan whorover ho could and on
tho best torniB possible. Let us
try tho popular loan and if it
fails forever after hold our peaco.
Tin: iiilo ;tii:i:riNG.
EuiTon Bulletin : Tho nrtiolo
headed "Indignation Mooting Con
vones at Hilo," otc. whioh npponr
od in your issuo of April 1st con
tains two misstatements which
should bo corrected, viz.:
1st In describing tho meeting
you say: "About thirty porsons
rospondod, according to our cor
respondent, twenty-two of whom
wore plantation omployees, threo
Portuguese and fivo or six other
residents." This is untrue, tho
meeting was thoroughly represen
tative in character nnd numbers;
more than thirty of tho business
mou of tho town rospondod to tho
cnll, nnd a goodly number ropro
soutcd tho adjoining plantations.
2d. Your correspondent con
tinues. "A motion mndo by E. B.
Barthrop, approving of tho nets
of Representatives Rycroft nnd
Richards, wus voted down." This
is also untrue, tho motion was
carried unanimously and incor
porated in tho resolutions adopt
ed in tho following words
"although tho efforts of our delo
gntion in this regard have boon
untiring and call for our honest
ondorsoinont and support."
H. O. Austin.
f.imt Nlnllt'pt C'lt'Clit.
Tho Bums-Price circus com
bination played to a fair house
lust night. Ono or two now fea
tures wore introduced. Every
thing wont smoothly and it is
promised by tho iniinagoinont to
bring out somo novelties for
Saturday's matinee. Charlie Wil
linniB, son of Ed. Williams tho
undertaker, is becoming more and
more proficient as nn acrobat.
On Saturday nftornoon ho will
aivo a ropo-wulkiiiK exhibition
J outsido of tho tent froo.
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