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THE EVENING BULLETIN.
IP ubllflhetl every day oxcopt Sunday at
C09 King Street, Honolulu, II. I.
.For Month, nnywhoro In tho Ha
waiian Islandn $ 7."
For Year. rf iA)
Tor Year, postpaid to Amoricn,
Canada, or Muxico 10 00
For Year, postpaid, othor Foreign
Countries 13 00
I'nyablo Invui'litblv in Advance.
Tolephono 2oC. P. O. Uox 89.
B. L FINNEY, Manager.
For Family Use !
Just Iteccivetl, ox "C. 0. Funic," o cargo of
Wellington, DepMfcnUe Ba j, dosl
Which is offered in quantities to suit.
2240 fbs. to the Ton.
WILDER & CO., UD.
iFhinom IiJb WsIIiqgtoij line
IN QUANTITIES TO SUIT
ALLEN & ROBINSON'S,
2G4- -10 QnEE.V BlWKET. Gt
UUSTaCE & CO.
WOOD AND COAL
Also White and Black Sand
at the very lowest market
rates. Telphone No. 414.
(Adjoiuing tho Itesidouco of Jns. B. Cnstlo.)
Size of M, 150300 Feat.
15T For particulars, apply to
201.tr' FItTiD. UAKIUSON.
At WAIKIKI ou enr lino and on PA
LAMA KOAD near Fertilizing
These Lots nro Very Cheap and Sold
on Easy Terms,
Desirnblo Aoro Tracts near tho city and
oiuor rroperties ior brio.
CHUCK, WAKING & CO.,
Denlers in Lots and Lands,
503 Fort Street, near King.
Telephone 607. P. O. Box 821.
Valuable bods For Sale!
A Good lnvestment
11I0E LANDS WITH ABUNDANT
Hupply of wntor. Also, tract Land suit
able for cultivation or dividing into homo,
stead lots near Honolulu. Good revonuo
from rioo lands.
For further particulars, inquiro of
253-lf A. V. GL'AIt.
Waikiki Beach Propedy
jifr .. --.. Jl i tl,frrtiA,iyfttiA,.ilM,,a '.fc'frSfc.ti.pW,
Cure SICK HEADACHE.
Are Purely Vegetable,
Are Sugar Coated,
Are Mild but Effective.
Good lor the Stomach,
Good for the Liver,
Good for the Bovels.
THERE ARE NO OTHER PILLS
SO COOP AS
Highest Awards at tho World's
Hollister Drug Co., Ltd.
Solo Agents for tho Kopublio ot Hawaii.
Sowing Interesting !
Imports of Champagne In
to the United States,
PBOM JAN. 1st to JUNE Ist, 1895.
G H Mumm & Co.' a extra
Pommery &. Greno 11,798
Meet & Obandon 9.G08
fcloidsieck & Co., (dry
Louis Roedoror 3.438
Perrier Jouot 3.286
Vve. Clicquot 2,378
St. MnvcoHUx 334
Krug& Oo 270
OhaB. IJoidsiock 355
Total . 81,859
COMPILED FROM CUSTOM
Macfarlane & Co.,
Solo Agents for G. IT. Mumm & Co.
for tbo Buwniiau Islands,
300 Able Bodied
PORTUGUESE LABORERS TO
WORK ON SUGAR PLAN-
Wnfjes S1G per month, froo lodg
ings, iircwood mul medical attend
ance. 8" Apply up to April 10 in
the afternoon, botwoon 3 and 4
o'olook, at our oflice, No. 25, Nuu
HAWAIIAN SUGAR PLANTERS' ASSOCIATION.
CAN'T BE BEAT!
My $10.00 Hath Tubs, linod with best
quulity, No. 10 lino, 0 in. ripe, Chain and
l'lug, with wood )im all complete. Othei
dcalors aro dumfounded, and ru&ort to all
mauuor of Tricks and Excuse:.
Be not deceived, theso llatu Tubs have
boon Bold for $14 until I reduced tho price.
I am propnrcd to do all work in my line
and guarautco satisfaction: Animates fur.
If you want a good Job cheap for Cash,
ring up Telephone 844, and I utn youi
JAS. NOTT Jn,
Tinsmith A; l'lumberi
SUMMARY OF SERMONS.
ri'iioMi; oif summons ov a w i.i:ic
IX 'rni: u.mii:i STATUS.
Wur Ktitt Arldtrntlon OitliollCH
nnl JUctlmtllHti Imtnltsrnlloti
Following is a summary of tho
principal strinous recently de
livered in tho United States and
Canada by tho loading clergy
men, priests, prelates, religious
toachors and professors of tho
Christian faith. In every iiiBtanco
tho full text has beon carefully
Toad and abbreviated:
Salvation must 'bo accomplished
within tho limits of tho present
earthly life and our eternal des
tiny will be dependent on tho life
wo now lead. Father M. J.
Byrnes, CatholieBoston, Mass.
Morally speaking, cities are
storm centers; every evil forco of
tho devil is let looso in them.
Lanes, alloys, ;attics and collars
aro made necessary by sin. Rov.
J. B. Graw, Methodist, Camden,
FOR YOUNG WOMEN.
Value highly your physical
health; got all of tho montal train
ing you can; prepare yourself for
solf-support; guard well your af
fections and fo'llpw your Lord and
Savior Jesus Christ. Rov. W. W.
Morton, Presbyterian, Alleghany,
The TurkishGovornmont should
bo wiped oir tho face of tho earth,
and the sooner it is dono tho bet
tor. Tho Turkish Government is
a despotism. It is tho incarnation
of barbarism. Rov. S. B. Lin hart,
.L'resbytonan, 1'ittsburg, Pa.
Mental penanoa is of paramount
importance, for as the mind has
sinned, having been at ono'timo
tho instigator of the sin and at
another condoning it, it must en
tor naturally into tho elements of
repentance. Rev. C. E. "Wood
man, Paulist, Philadelphia.
Tho prejudice of church and
stato must surrender to tho sup
romo authority of true manhood.
Man must bo judged as man, not
as Jew or Christian. Not as
whito or black; not as Asiatic or
European, but as man. Rabbi
Philipsou, Hebrew, Cincinnati,
THE GIFT OP LOVE.
The gift of tonguos,including elo
quence, literature and everything
pertaining to human speech, with
out lovo iB only so much noiso,
compared to brass instruments
and oymbals. So with prophecy,
knowledge, faith all, with lovo
aliininntcd. are wnrtlilRq TJnv
u. v. uarrott, .upiBcopaliau, Seat
There are four groat characters
tho world ennnot forget. Oliver
Cromwell; William, Princo of
Orange; George Washington and
Abraham Lincoln all manly
men, roligious nion, patriotic mou.
Each brought something to pass
and orecteu his own monumont.
Rov. T. G. Dickinson, Mothodist,
Wo seek as much as possible to
minify donomiuationalism and
magnify Christianity. Our name,
United Brethren in Christ, wtniwln
- - j .. - w..wUU. ..U .
ior louowsnip, brotlierhooa and
union, the trinity of power, which
will win back tho surging masses
that havo cono astray. Rov. J.
S. Kendall, United Brothron,
Tho highest earthly attainment
is prayer. Mr. Moody says ho
would rather pray like Dauiol
than preach like Gabriol. Christ
taught his disciples how to pray,
but novor how to preach. True
prayer must bo foi rout. This im
- .., ...u
ti '- rfAtri. rin.i'f.ii.
.ii,u if t't'tfflhi'i'j.-iiii.i r ir. M .MJtf'iiiiiirfyvtw
plies n hopefulness that expects
an niiswcr. Rov. W. J. Moslor,
Baptist, Brooklyn, N. Y.
THK UQUOIl QUESTION.
The saloon cannot bo monded,
it must bo ended. Tho ovils of
tho saloon exist. Tho altornato is
not necessarily prohibition. Some
means can bn provided, perhaps
along tho lines ol Uu South Caro
lina movement, ti- smpply the
reasonable demand fur liquor.
Rov. F. W. Hamilton, Universal
ist, Boston, Mn?s.
Tho Christian in his homo is
tho index to his character of tho
man in every othor relation in
lifo. His whole character is there
revealed. There is no placo in
which one's character is more
potential aud more important than
m tho home. Rev. Honry 11.
Waters, Now Orloaus, La.
Wo shall not avert tho ovils of
intomnoranco bv makincr tho wi-
! loon-keopors respectable. Tlio
business should bo outlawed
everywhere In Kansas tho liquor
sollor iB a criminal, ard we must
soo to it that our laws novor put
nny higher touch of respectability
on him than that. Rov. H. W.
Chaffee, Mothodist, Girard, KanB.
Tho fear of being hurt doesn't
count with God. Tho Christian
must expect to bo hurt. His Mas
tor was hurt, and every true disci
plo has boon hurt from his timo
to tho present. Wo need novor
hope to wear tho crown if wo aro
unwilling to bear tho cross- Rev.
John Evans, Baptist, Westerly,
One of the most nwful dangers
menacing this laud today is; that,
while Congress is building up our
t iriff wallB so high that no for
eign goods can como into tho do
mestic market, yet at tho same
timo it loaves some of tho lower
boards of tho fences down,
through which are crawling from
European sowers all tho ignorant,
stenchful, filthy, immoral, an
archistic and criminal rascals.
Before foreigners nro tdlowed to
voto they ought to pass through a
twonty-ono years' apprenticeship.
Wo oucht to dam back that sp.nm
as wo would a plague. Rev. T.
DeWitt Talmngo, Presbyterian.
CATHOLICS AND METHODISTS.
Tho Roman Catholic, in com
mon with Christian churches
generally, is built upon tho founda
tion of tho apostles aud prophots,
Jesus Christ himsolf being tho
chief cornerstone. When wo Pro
testants go below what wo con
sider their human additions to tho
doctrino of Christ nnd tho apostles,
wo find wo aro at ono with them
upon such fundamental truths as
tnat ot sin, atonement, regenera
tion, judgment, heaven and hell.
As Methodists, wo far moro noar
ly agroo with Roman Catholic
teaching upon some points than
wo do with tho Calvinists. Wo,
therefore, rocognizo them as fol-low-citizens
with tho saints and
of tho household of God. Rov. J.
C. Jackson, Mothodist, Columbus,
WAR AND AimiTltATION.
A Christian nation should ex
emplify Christian qualities just
no luuuu u ihu wiuiBimu individ
ual. The timo has como to insist
on national or international
morality. A nation has no right
to mako wai, oxcopt it bo in de
fonsO of honor, any moro than a
private individual has to mako
war ou his noighbor. Theso aro
principles of national morality
that need to bo insisted upon in
those days, and wo of this country
aro in a position to plead for thotn
becauso wo havo mudo our acqui
sition of territory thus far, not by
violently stealing, but by pur
chase. Wo havo gone to war only
when our indopondoneo, our
honor, or our vory oxistonco was
at stake, Now tho way to bring
about some suoli cessation of
national wrong and national war
would seem to bo by arbitration.
To sottlo questions by war is to
resort to brulo forco. To got them
boforo an impartial tribunal is to
call in reason and justice Rov.
Rooso F. Alsop, Episcopalian,
Brooklyn, N. Y.
JULIEN D HAYNE ON TRIAL. I
i'iuci:i:iims in tiii: nisnticr
I'OUItT THIS nOltNIKU.
Th rmiliiiiiii )m-nruc U. t'nrlminil
J.J. Orcniio lur llio 1'rnncctillou
'CuiittiiHcil to .lloiulnf.
At this morning's session of tbo
District Court tbo enso of Julian
D. Ilnyne, charged with being a
public nuisanco for publishing
certain unsavory matter in tho
December and January number
of tho Hawaiian magazine, was
taken up, Lyle A. Dickoy appear
ing for tho prosecution and
Messrs. Neumann and Croighton
and Gcorgo A. Davis for tho de
fense. Goorgo II. Paris for tho proBo
cution testified thut ho was now a
merchant but was formerly mana
ger of tho Hawaiian Gazette
Company. That company had
"made a contract with Julien D.
Hayno to print tho Hawaiian ma
gazine. It was made in writing
through him as manager.
Tho lottors introduced had
reference to tho contract
for tho November edition.
Part of the typo for that edition
waB furnished us nlronilv Hot. nn.
! I think thero was a contract for
tho December magazine. It would
havo boon reduced to writing if
thoro had been ono. I was in
charge at tho date of this letter,
marked exhibit A. I did not ro
turn any magazinos or cuts in
compliance with this lottor. Tho
, foromau had charge of them. If
, a contract is mado for any public
ation tno loromau lias cuargo of
itand carries it out. Ho prints,
binds nnd delivers tho work.
D. H. Shehan was in control at
that timo as foroman.
J. J. Greene tfistiiinI flinf lm
was a printer, and worked for tho
Hawaiian Gazette Company in
December. Ho was in cuargo of
tho printing of tho December
number of tho Hawaiian. Re
ceived tho copy, attended to tho
composition and reading proofs.
t-opy was "delivered oithor by Mr.
Hayno or by essonger. Copy
waB delivered at different times
and by different messongors. Had
tho manuscript put in typo, proof
takon nnd sont to tho author for
correction. Proof of tho work
introduced in evidence by wit
ness. Will not swear that Mr.
Hayno mado tho corrections on tbo
margins of tho 'proof. Havo
seen him writo at times but don't
know his handwriting well enough
to swoar that ho wrote tho correc
tions. Did not soo him do it.
After tho corrections I made tbo
typo up into pages and this is tho
final proof Bbowing tho pages
(admitted in ovidonco against tbo
oxcoption of defendant's counsel J
Tho witness was thon handed a
bound conv of tho Dep.ninbnr nnd
January magaziuo and identified
1I 11 . rww i
curiam manor ou pages oo ana
559 ns being similar m wording
to that Bot up in tbo
Giizetto office. Said ho had
novor soon a copy of tho pub
lished nuinbor until now. Tho
copy was printed from difforont
typo to that iu tho Gnzotto ollico.
Don't know anything of tho con
touts of this book. Tho Decem
ber number of tbo Hawaiian I
read was from tho proof shoots in
tho Gnzotto ollico.
At 12:30 tbo furthor hearing of
tho enso was adjourned to Monday
at 0 :30.
Editor Bulletin: In tho dif
forout States of tlm Union our
forefathers felt that tho capital,
where tho laws woro mado, should
bo placed in cities romoto from
largo centres of population to
wards tbo end that legislators
should not bo influouced by tho
clamorings of unwiso masses led
by demagogues into making laws
which would not havo tho broad
viow which they should. In Ho
nolulu wo find barborsjblacksmiths,
etc., influencing tho Legislature
into passing laws imposing licen
ses on their different trades nom
inally with tbo intention that tho
effect would boto debar tbo Asia
tiofrom engaging in those pur
suits. Should such laws bo ap
proved by tbo Executive how bad
thoy would road iti the United
States whoro every inducement
is hold forth for mechanics to eot
tle and wbt'io ho much liberty is
enjoyed by the nifclianic. Any
may apply for such lii-ensps and
cannot justly bo denied. It is
difforont in regard to nttornoys
and notaries public who must
have certain qualifications. Still
is tbo case of notaries tho absurd
ity of imposiug a licouso is ap
paront, nstboso ollicers, although
in some instances boing tho re
cipients of largo fees, are for the
convenience of tho public. For
instance to require a notary in a
country district to pay a liconseof
$25 to $50 per year when his re
ceipts raroly amount to so much
is manifestly absurd, and at tho
saino timo it is essential that n
notary bo stationed thoro to facil
In tho matter of tho Registra
tion Act, from which so much is
oxpected and which will entail
on tho country so largo an ex
pense, ono Senator was bold
onough to admit that it was aimed
nttheOhineso andJapanose. Now
wo know well that that expres
sion will bo considered by the
Supremo Court when called on to
pass on tho constitutionality of
tho law. When urriving at tho
intention of the Legislature in
passing a law tho Supremo Court
takes into consideration tho whole
record nnd must seo that it was
aimed at a class and is therefore
unconstitutional. Tbo same in
regard to licoiiBiug particular
trades, if somo nro untaxed tho
wholo is voidable. Why not take
a broader viow while these mattom,
aro ponding? It is well understood
that some largo measures aro to
como beforo tho Houso and for
somo unknown reason aro being
hold back to bo sprung and
llOStilv noted on. Thin ttivoa thn
Legislature much idle timo which
is passed in making frivolous and
absurd laws; certainly frivo
lous and absurd in tho light of
tho ninotoonth century. Let us
bo careful. American.
TIiIh Artcriiion'i Shout.
This is tho team from thepolico
whioh has boon solccted to do up
Company G this afternoon : Cap
tains Parkor, Kanao and Kahoo
kano, Oflicors Kupiho, Kaimihau,
Noedham, Poahi, Pinohaka, Kn
laikini and Ohamborlain.
Company G will bo represented
by Captain Kea, Lieutenants Wil
cox and Morso, Sorgeaut Gus
Rose. Privates Kulikn. .fnlm Wnl.
lace, James Mahonoy, Koliipio,
John Koaloha and Ed. Dovaus
ohello. Tho mntch will Inkn nlnnn nf. 9,
o'clock, nnd refreshments will bo
provided for tho teams and their
Tho bovs aro workinc hnrd to
day putting tbo finishing touches
to tno unu sued. A vory cosy
stage is tho proper expression;
ovorywhoro, nowly painted scen
ery. Dick Westorby 1ms painted
all thoBconory. It is vory creditable
although tho paintor was much
hampered by lack of material in
mo way ot paints, name colors
being impossible to procure.
Dcnlli iit'iui A;;otl I.nily.
Mrs. Aaiaokoa, a native lady,
ninety-two yoars of ago and
grandmotbor of David" K. Bakor
tho fiorist, diod at hor homo in
Nuuanu valley yestorday morning -about
9 o'clock. Tho remains will
bo interred iu tho Nuuanu ceme?
tory tomorrow nftornoon.
Tho following bids woro opened
at Riploy & Dickoy's for tho erec
tion of a residonco for W. H.
Hoogs: J.Oudorkirk,S3300; Lucas
Bros.. S1530: Mr. Hunan. SUfifilf
Mr. Howoll, S1579; Mr. Wagnor,
$4680; F.Wickander, 84745; TL
M JJortoliuann, y4U3!J.
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