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EVENING BULLETIN, OCTOBER 5, 189G.
SALYATIOXIH I Villi l( AU'H.
Ulvm II lit ItcntoiiH W!iy Ho Cnmiol
llrnialn In tlio Armj-.
"For I am determined not to
know anything among y6u, Bavo
Jobub Christ, and him crucified."
That, tho Bocond vorBo qt the
second chapter of First Corin
thians, was tho primary roaBou,
that led to bthore, for tho with
drawol ol Captain II. A. Ironside
flow tho Salvation Army, bo tho
ox captain stated last ovening at
832 Howard slrcot.
A largo number gathered at tho
Gospel Hall, attracted by tho cir
culars that had been sent out, to
hoar tho ex-Salvationist enumer
ate and explain hia leaoouo for
Ex- Captain lronsitlo begun his
address by payiug tributo to tho
organization in which ho had
labored for six yearB, and declared
that his retirement from its ranks
was not canned by any ill fulling
toward its members, for ho still
hold for them the highest regard
and sympathy in their work. Somo
time ago, ho fciiicl, he noticed tho
passage from tho book of Coriu
tliianp, and it set him to thinking.
Ono thought had led to another,
and Bummiug up and considering
tho Bible, he had come to tho con
clusion that tho Salvation Army,
although honest and accomplish
ing much good, was not following
tho ideas laid down by tho Holy
A worker in tho Army was, in
following out its orders, compelled
to preach things that wero not
sanctioned by tho Bible, and in
cousequouco God's truth was per
verted by man's ideas. A worker
of God could not sorvo partially,
but must do all that was command
ed by tho Supremo Being. Ho
could not shirk his labors or do
that which Aas coiltrary to tho
will of God.
After laboring faithfully in tho
Army for the six years, ho had
suddenly becomo awuro that ho
was giving the gospel contrary to
tho manner prescribed by God
and the Bible, and, to be honest
and sincere, ho had seen no way
but to withdraw and work accord
ing to his convictions. S. F.
Jit'HiiiirnI MsM in tho Anchor.
v Anyone entering tho Anchor
saloon during business houip, or
in the ovoning, is immediately
charmed by tho handsome array
of game birds teal duck, mallard,
quail, grouse, etc., which decor
ates the bar. They are all stuffed
as you will be, with rich, nonrish
" ing beor, cold and clear, aud with
tho palatable viands of tho lunch
counter. Tho Seattle beer, fine
wines aud liquors are of the best
quality and always fresh. Every
Australia brings a largo consign
ment and Mr. Cunningham uses
evory idea which his massive brain
suggests, to plcaho his patrons.
The Anchor is now tho most popu
lar saloon iu town. 1 and 3 King
Hygienic' Refrigerators are all
that tho namo implies. Call and
oxamino samples at tho Pacific
A largo consignment of the
latest styles of Bird Chgos, at
prices to Buit every purse, has just
boen opened at tho Pacifio Hard
M. A. P ixoto, propnotor of the
Union harbor siop, next to, tho
Art Gallery, guaiaiitees to give a
Bhavo that will nmko your huir
curl with jpy. w
Mt-utiHiiios' n mo, corner Iiotfl
and Niiuniiu stu'Hs, lodging by
day, wool or month. Tonus: 25
and 50oonts pur n'giif. $1, and
SI 26 nor whmI?
Tlio Pacific Hardware Co. have
received by tho Australia two con
signments of picturo moulding
and mat boatd, aud are prepared
to pxei'iito orders a( lower prices
than over known before in Hono
lulu. "When , you nvo down on your
luck and it-A ns if the world was
I .cold, hard and dreary, just stop
into the Criterion Kuloou and put a
rose-colored tint on everything by
imbibing a glass of, Qedttlo
Singers lead tho world. Over
13,000,000 made aud Bold. High
rest awards at the "tyorldfa Colum
bian Exposition for excellence of
construction, regularity of motion,
easo of motion, prcati spepcl, ad
iustability, durability, easo of
learning and conveilionco of ar
rangnTiont. B. Uorgersen, ogppt,
1CJ Bethel streets.
No.' 10 -Store
Ifagsl liigsl Iigsl
Sofa Rugs I Floor Rugs I
Tapestry and Carpote,
Crumb Cloths and Druggets.
JJg?" All Just Received at
137 My Uncle docs not tip in this man
ner, no matter how woighty tho loud,
Hack No. 14
JUST TELEPHONE 17G2ja
Stnrdi lletbnl and K.dr n'reeta.
J. J Sulutan,
Honolulu, II. I.
Sullivan & Buckm:, Man'fr'o.
FINEST. EQUIPPED CARRIAGES
in tlio City, with Component and Care
Stand at the Pantheon Stables,
Corner of Fort nud Hotol Streets.
Him'n Hotel Stnbloa, 82.
I'unHieon StnblcB, 81,
Ifflbbion Stables. 148.
BAGGAGE delivered and chock
ed to any Steamer. Furniture
and Pianos carefully moved at
Fort and Queen Sts.
Day Tel. 012, Residence Tel. G13.
Livery and Boarding Stables
Corner Jlcichnnt nml HlclinnU Sis.
LIVERY AND BOARDING STABLES.
Z5T Carrlnsen, Surreys and Ilnc-ks at all
hours. TELEPHONE 41)0.
Sorfc Street, - - - - CCel. Q7V
BOARDING, -:- SALE -: AND -:- LIVERY.
HARNESS --:--' AJlSTD -:- SADDLE'
WE HAVE THE
FINEST DRIVING HORSES
Tlia behtof Rt'ertion fiivbn to animals left villi us. Oaroful driven, rospoctfu.
attendants, pioinpintbs. UucUb, Snrries, Biukes, Kugsies.Fljneious, Wugonettcs.
.... A now importation of ... .
. Fine Woolens
.... AT ... .
l ft TI(EL0AW $01
FORT AND HOTEL STREETS.
Fort Street, opposite Hackfeld's.
A Now Lot of Nice Goods Just
Recoivod. Cleaning and Re
More often than not deter
mine a man's standing. If
you will come to us for your
clothes we will see to it that
you leavo with a good
appearance and it won't cost
you much. Latest fashions
now in. Dress up and make
Medeiros & Decker,
The Hotel Street Tailors.
Wnvcr'oy Block, - - Honolulu.
Si tun ted on n Dtnutiful HIHniile Overlook
ing tlio Ocean, nml 1.100 feet
nbevo Sea Level.
Only 24 hour.-.' gall from Honolulu.
Clinuito mild, o'oir dry ntmosplioio, fn.'o
from fogs nud miliaria, especial provision
for quiet and fst as " ell as for atnuso
mont and outdoor lifo. Hates $2 per day
or 910 per week, llcdieal utterul nee extra,
DR. II. A. LINDLEY, Tiop.,
325 If Konn, Hawaii.
Photograph : Gallery,
OppoMia Lovo's Bal.ory ou
Nuuanu : Street,
Wlioro lio will onter immec'i.Uely into tlio
work of Taking Pictures. Mr. t-ovorin linn
lmd years of esi oiiouoi nt tins brunch and
lias ulvrujs met witb succeed in it.
Wm. O. Iiiwm.
San Franrtico AgcntiTut. Nevada Bank of
DIU1Y EXOnXNQE ON
SAN Francisco Tbo Nevada Bank of Ban
London Tho Union bank of London, Ltd.
New YonK Amcrlcau Exchanio National
Chicago Merchant Natlonil Hank.
Pamis Comptolr National d'Kecompt dc
BnnLiN Dresdner Bank;
llONOKONO AND YOKOHAMA Hongkong it
Sliansbal llanklni; Corporation.
Sew Z-ealand and Austhalia Bank of New
Victoiua and Van cooveii Bank of Mont
real. Transact a General Banking aid Eicnanse Business
Terra and Ordinary Dcpokts Kccekcd.
Loans mndo on Appioed Security. Com.
merclol and Travilem Credits Issued. Bills
of Exclianpo boiit;lit and sold.
Collections I'iiomitlt Accounted Fon.
p. o. JONES. n. A. JONIU
HAVE FOU BAJjE
A Few Slinrcs of
Pnia Su;ar Stock,
Ilawniinu Suur Co. Stock.
tlaAvalitiii Goveruiiicut and 1st
MortgnfTO Siirar Plimta-
3ST For pnrtioulnrs npply to
Tho Hawaiian Sole Deposit &
tOP Fort Htroet ... nunolnln
BISHOP dZ CO.
Transact a General Bnnkir.j;
and Exchange Business.
Commercial and Traveler's
Letters of Credit issued, avail
able in all the- principal cities
of the world.
'100 TIIasok Ayjcnue, 1.
Oakov Glvy; Col., Jan. 13, 1894.
Wells, Riohakdson & Co7
Deauius: Wo nso Paino's Ceieiy Compound in our family and could
not keep house without it. Mrs. Willmms thinks there is nothing' e.qiials
Paino's Celery Confound to, cure nervous headaches
and the like. Success to you in every way.
Pastor of Cumberland Presbyterian Church.
TlfE, t DiVlES & C;
Commission -,:. Agents I
" One of tho divinest benefits that has ever come to tho - J
human race." TJiomas Carlylc. if j
Ill 1 Fine Cigars a Specialty
HOLLISTER & CO.,
Corner Tort and Merchant Ste. "Vholesulo nnd Hetnil.
Bulletin, 75c, Per Month
Pipes, Tobacco, .
Wo import from the Princi
pal Factories of the World.
T mmnmjrwnnx2mMmjnutimmimtu iw iibwmiiiiiwi
A Fair's Sly.
Rev. Mr. Williams
Could Not Keep
His Wife Strongly Rec
ommends It to Cure
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for the Hawaiian Islands
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