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H: NICARAGUA CANAL ROUTE.
Rkh i:xi'lmni;i) to a coiumittke dy
BPn CIVIL r.NfJINKEK ENDICOT.
Hf ', 'the Unltutl tntc Oovpriimoiit Simula
L l'nviir the Project an a Military
"Washington, D. 0., April 17.
Enginoor M. T. Endicott, who was
ono of tho board of enginoor
officers which investigated tho
Nicaragua canal route last sum
mer, appeared beforo tho Houso
Commorco Committee today aud
detailed the work performed at
Nicaragua. "While ho regarded
tho company's plans as impracti
cable, ho did not doubt that a
canal could bo built. Ho bolioved
a canal along tho lino of tho pro
posed route to bo practicable, and
thought that when completed it
would meet all expectations.
Speaking of tho canal from a
military rather than a commercial
standpoint, ho expressed tho be-
liof that in tho ovont of war with
England tho United States would
havo to abandon it, not boing
strong enough now to hold it. 'It
tho United States possessed tho
naval strength of Groat Britain 'it
could easily bo maintained. Tho
caual, ho thought, would cost
133,000,000, not counting intorost
on the money invested. With
that amount tho Government
could construct a canal with a
uuvigablo depth of tweuty-oight
Mr. Endicott was asked if tho
modifications suggested by tho
board were adopted ho would still
advise that the government should
construct tho canal. Ho replied
that ho would if tho government
proposed uunuing tno waterway.
Ho thoucht tho United States
ought to own a canal connecting
xno waters or tno Atlantic and the
Pacific. This was really a military
necessity. Ho did not know of
any route more favorablo than
the ono under consideration.
Sew Talent fur tlio Clrcu.
Prof. Price, who went to San
PranciBco by tho last Australia to
engage people for the Price
Burns Hawaiian Circus, has
written to his partner, Mr. Burns,
that he has secured tho Gonzales
Family, five in number; Miss
Kingsly; Bobort Scott, gymnast
and singing clown, and tho Fxatis
sisters, aerial performers. Mr.
Price will return in about throo
weeks' time or as soon as tho
above performers have finished
.their San Francisco engagements.
Do not fail to make your selec
tion of those embroideries and
laces at "Watorhouso'sQneen street
Store beforo the best are gone.
If your pictures are hung with
"brass wire, take them down bo
fore they fall and put on tho pro
per kind, which you can get at
King Bros., Hotol St.
Housekeepers will do well to
secure some Sheets and Towels
from the bargains atWutorkouso's.
Mothers should got sorao of those
new pattern Flannelettes.
"When you have pictures to
frame it would be well to remem
ber that you get tho benefit of 15
years' experience together with
honest treatment at King Bros.,
Don't give yoursolf away by ac
cepting any of the inferior brands
of beer but insist on having that
well-known and popular brand
known as the Seattle beor to bo
had at tho Criterion.
City Curriago Co.. J. S. And.
Tndo. manager. It you want n
haok with good horso and ouro
ful driver ring up Telephone 113,
corner of Fort nnd Merchant
streets. Hack at nil hours.
Honolulu's warm climate is
conducive of thirst to a greater
degree than that of a colder zone.
The average business man loses
also, to a degree, tho amount of
energy and nervous force common
enough in tho bracing air of
Amorican cities. Those two phases
of our climate make it moro
necessary than elsowhoro to stim
ulate the system with an invigor
ant. No more healthful or purer
stimulus, or one moro delightful
to tho palate, can bo found, than
Pabst Milwaukee beor. It is a
delicious drink and is constantly
on draught at tho Cosmopolitan,
Pacific and tho Royal.
Iwakami, Robinson Block,
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I have been stopped from offering premiums, but as a reward
for your patronage, and to tho person holding tho greatest
number of Tickets, July 1st, I will mako a present of Two
Silk Dress Patterns, 15 yards each, or Ono Fine Silk Shirt
and Ono Dozen Silk Handkerchiefs. Theso Tickets will bo
handed you with every ono dollar cash purchase. There will
bo no gambling or guessing of any numbers; all that you havd
to do is to keep tho tickets and pi-esent them at my store July
1st, and if you had tho largest number the present is yours.
rnopl oniorSocmiil Lecture Given.
Dospito tho inclement weather
of last ovoning a largo number of
people assembled at tho Y. M. O.
A.hall to hear tho Countess Wacht
moistor's second lecture, entitled
"Man, the Master of his Dostiuy."
Tho Countess said she desired to
make a fow preliminary romarks
in correction of an erroneous idea
which many had respecting Thoo
sophy. Ono may belong to any
roligious sect and still bo a thoo
Bophist, with perfect consistonce.
Theosophy is not a religion at all,
but a vast philosophy, which is
constantly being studied by many
thousands of people involving tho
problem of liumau cxistouco and
destiny. Freemasonry is noarost
akin to it. Sectarianism is narrow
mindednoss. Witness the 200
sects of Protestantism. Christ
says "Love Ono Auothor." Theo
sophy toaohos a universal brother
hood. Tho Theosophical Society was
formed in 1875, in a Now York,
drawing room by Holcna Potrova
BlavatBlcy. Sho was a woman
who had developed abnormal
faculties oarly in life. Sho wont
to India and was oarnoBtly re
quested to proceed to Thibet to
roach tho fountain head of theoso
phical adoptism. As hundreds of
miles of nor journoy was mado
through a country never beforo
penetrated by a wluto person, sho
traveled over that portion of it
concealed under tho straw in a
hay cart. On her arrival sho im
mediately began a course of study
lasting threo years. Sho loarned
to manipulate certain laws un
known to scionco. From Thibet
Mmo. Blavatsky went to Egypt
where sho continued her studios.
for a timo and thonco sailed to.
America. Her mission and its
accompanying hardships and an
noyances had been told her. Sho
mot in Now York, a Col. Alcott,.
then a patron of spiritualistic
mediums. "With his assistance
tho Booioty was formed.
" Tho stato of 'adeptship,' "said
the speaker, "consists of a far
greater development of the facul
ties than tho ordinary mortal
knows of. Certain senses are
latent in us but as wo do not try
thoy aro not developed and wo
havo, consequently, but a glimmor
of an idea of their preseuco." But
development goes on constantly
from nge to age in accordance
with tho laws of evolution- Theo
sophy teaches of a first cause from
which omanates all things. Im
agine those divine rays,, reaohing
to tho farthest confines of tho uni
verso, causing to ovolvo from pro
toplasm, through mineral, Tego
tablo, animal and human life, tho
diviuo consciousness. "Wo must
control our thoughts; they form
our destiny. If this lifo i&
ono of covotousness, in tho next
reincarnation it will bo that
of a thief. Teach your child
ren to control their minds
and think no evil, and in time it
will beebmo a habit. Our hap
piness hero is largely dependent
upon tho thoughts of a previous
era. Tako, for example, a straight
lino and call it harmony. Any
doviation from that line is a
transgression and to get back into
tho true courso wo must suffer.
That is our punishment and the
experience is knowledge
gamed. Ono who trains tho mind
hero and keeps to the lino of puro
and higher thought becomes a
genius in the next life. But trans
gression will moot with punish
ment and this is the law of Karma
justice. It is tho law of cause
Try that now brand of flour
called "White Rose. S4.25 per
barrel at tho AVashington Feed
Co., Fort street, below Queen.
Thoro nro many kindB of boor,
but after sampling the Seattle
boor at tho Criterion you will for
sake all others and stick to tho
best. Tho Criterion Saloon keeps
it. "Why? Because it is tho best.
Tho only genuine Dr. Williams
Pink Pills for Palo People have
tho name in full on tho wrapper
and also on tho glass bottlo. Do
not accept any other, but insist
on tho genuine. Hollistor Drug
Singers lead the world. Over
13,000,000 mado aud sold. High
est awards at tho World's Colum
bian Exposition for excollonco of
construction, regularity of motion,
ease of motion, groat speed, ad
justability, durability, easo of
learning and convenience of ar-
ranoomnnt. B. BnvnrnrRPti nnant
i King and Bethel streets.
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