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HONOLULU, H. I., FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 27, 1896.
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between tho rails, and my leg was
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over since with swollen veins, and
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Gold Medals at the World's Chtel Exjipsitlcm.
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Tlli NKM1I VINO I.IMOM.
t.xtrns In ttlnko a Dinner for
Horr No! to served the patrons
of tho 13oaver coffoo Balooti with
stuffed turkoy and chicken fricas
see for lunch yesterday at tho
ordinary price with ojitras at a
trifling ndvauco. TIio largo
"dudes' table" wnB reserved for
an out and out dinner to the car
rier boys of tho Bulletin, with
waiters instructed to givo thorn
whatever they called for and ns
much ns they wanted. Tlioy eamo
dressed with scrupulous neatness
to tho feast, and du played
thorough happiuo&s while acting
like young gentlemen. Tho din
ner was given tho lads by tho de
livery ovorseor, Finnic Wilhurton,
and tho editor, jointly thofonnor
iu token of gratitude that
none of thorn misses a sub
scriber's paper nioro than threo
times iu succession, and tho latter
out of pious rovongo for tho
racket the wholo troop makes
every day whilo ho is reading tho
Mr. and Mrs. V. G. Irwin had
as guests u their bos Inst evening
Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Macfarlane,
Mrs. Chns. L. Carter, Cliargo d'af
faires and Consul General Cana
varro and E O. Macfarlano.
n Mrs. AVilder's box, besides
tho hoRtoss, were Mrs. E. D. Ten
ney, Mrs. Noonnn, Miss Helen
Wilder and Gorrit Wilder.
Vim ii (i 9!mtni!iiiiM liihtlliiK.
Tho Cflrd nnuivorsnry of tho
recognition of Hawaiian Indopon
donco will bo celebrated by the
Young Ilawaiians Institute to
morrow aftornoon at 1:30, with an
appropriate musical aud literary
onteitainment, including an nd
drc88 by J. M. Poopoo.
" Ihu i:iikln."
In tho production of the naval
drama of 'Tho EnBign" tomorrow
night, tho 6conory has been spe
cially imported by tho Frawloy
Company, thoro being something
over ninety pieces in use.
Ki.onvr.xr niiiimon by vastou '
IttHMi: AT CKNiHW. UNION. I
fie 441 von n Iicikoii tor Ili-omlciico or
tlio Iiiy-.Mtcl .mmlo Iu All
Thanksgiving services in the
different churches holding such
wore well attended, llnv. Alox.
Mac.kintosli, who preached tho
sermon, was assisted iu the sor
vices at St. Andrew's Cathedral
by Bovs. V. H. Kiteat and L.
I3yrde. Tho music was of a high
order. It included tho To Deutn
in E flat by Woodward and tho
Jubilate iu F by Wray Taylor,
organist of the cathedral. Solos
were taken in soprono by Miss
McGiew and in tenor by Tom
At the Methodist church tho
congregation was joined by that
of tho Christian church, whoso
pastor, Bov. J.M. Monroe, preach
ed the sermon Bov. H. W. Peck
mndo brief remarks. There was
cxcellout music conducted by Dr.
Burgess. Bov. Mr. Monroe spoko
on "I)ivino Providence," illustrat
ing by numerous examples in
history and tho lives of great men
in all ngeB how tho ends of Provi
dence are woiked out.
High mass with the To Deum
wus celobialed at tho Roman
Thoro was a goodly congrega
tion nt Ceutial Union church, a
considerable proportion being wo
men and youth. President Dole
attended the Borvicos, also Chief
Justico Judd. Senators Schmidt
and McCandless, J. A. Hopper, P.
O. Jones, W. F. Allen. J.
B. Atherton, W. B. Cas
tle, "W. W. Hull, C. A. Brown, Goo
Kiin, Chineso Commercial Agent,
with a party of his fellow coua
trymou, Cousul General Shimii
m urn and wife, besides othor well
kuown people. The platform and
choir loft wore beautifully decor
ated with flowers and plants. Vory
fine special music was rendered
by the full choir, aud tho congre
gational singing was quite hearty.
The ordor of exercises was as re
Bov. Hiram Bingham, D. D.,
offered prayer. Bov. Oliver P.
Emerson read President Dole's
proclamation of Thanksgiving.
Bov. O. II. Gulick led tho respon
sivo reading of Psalm 103. The
choir sang an anthem. Bov. Mr.
Leadinglmtn read tho first sixteon
versos of Matthew 5. Hymn 1050
"Praise to God, immortal praise,
For tho love that crowns our dayB"
was sung by choir nnd congre
gation. Bov. S. E. Bishop, D. IX,
offered tho prayer of tho day. The
choir sang another anthem.
Bev. D. P. Birnio preached tho
thanksgiving aormon. Ho had two
texts: "Let tho heavens be glad,
aud lot tho earth rejoice; and lot
men say among tho nations, The
Lord riignoth." I. Ohrou. 10:31.
"Then woro tho disciples glad,
when thov saw tho Lord. St.
John 20:20. Tho prenchor had
observed a decline in tho observ
ance of Thnuksgiving day iu tho
homo land. Ho had soon tho old
Fast day of New England die and
bo buried. Tho causo of tho
docadenco of Thanksgiving lay iu
its being' not properly observed.
People returned thanks for divid
ends on their wealth and for
abundant harvests. They showed
their gratitude for good things ro
coived and for deliverance from
ills and woes, by engaging' in
joyour. pastimes and by feasting
in their homes. Thcso manifesta
tions of thnnkfnlnosB woro not to
bo condemned in thoir way, but
what Thanksgiving lacked was
acknowledgment of tho fact that
tho Lord reigns, that thoro was a
living OhriBt in tho world's
affairs. Upon this fact all people
of nil conditions could uuito in
rondoriug thanks to God. Tho
roiguiug Lord bolonged as much
to tho subject of grinding poverty
as to him . who oounted largo
dividends of wealthy Allnationa
litjes should join in thanks for
this greatest boon to tho race.
The Chineso and tho Japanese
were included, and tho day should
bo observed here, not as an Ame
rican but as a cosmopolitan insti
tution. Mr. Birnio proceeded to
elaborate seveial points indicative
of the Lord's working in tho af
fairs of this world. Some of tho i
greatest ruleiB ot today recogniz-
ed tho overruling hand of God. '
The venerable Queen of Great
Britain was a sincere and devoted
Christian. Likowiso the young
Emperor of Germany exhibited a
profound frith m tho King of
kings. Aud tho man Intel v elect- '
ed 1 1 the presidency of tho great
neighboring republic was well
known for his Christian profes
sion. Thoro was a time not long
ngo when high birth or conspi
cuous genius would enablo tho
possessor of either to do prottv
much as ho pleased iu public or
privato lifo. Today tho man who
would hold a public trust by tho
will of tho people, in tho United
Statos or Great Britain, needed to
bo blameless iu his private life.
Those who lived immoral lives
tried to conceal their habits from
tho world. Tho preacher had soen
nn entry, made not so very long
ago, upon tho records of a church
in central New York, of tho
amount expended for liquor nt a
religious function. It used to bo
common for strong drink to bo
offered a minister when ho mndo
his pastoral calls. Such practices
woro now of tho past. Tho Iiiwb
of lifo and of health were better
known and respected. Ho rend
au extract from o recent address
by President Clovoland before tho
faculty nud studonts of Princeton
University, iu which tho Presi
dent said it was one of tho func
tions of that institution to sond
men out into tho world to teach
national dependeuco upou divino
guidance for realizing truo pros
perity. Atheism and infidelity
wore steadily woakoniug in thoir
campaign against tho truth and
recoiling iulo the background.
Tho adoption of arbitration for
tho settlement of international
disputes by the United Statos aud
Great Britain war. auothor exam
ple of the iuiluonco of Christ's
doctrines. Thoro had boon a
steady development ot liumnn
sympathies iu theso lattor days.
An instance was tho fooling
aroused on both sides of thcAtlau
tic over tho sufferings of tho Ar
menians. Ho could on any Suii
daj' morning inovo tho hearts of
his congregation to their depths
by au appeal on behalf of dis
tressed fellow creatures. Christi
anity was wiping out distinctions of
class aud condition. Tho priva
tions aud sorrows of tho poor
woro recoiviug attention in tho
groat citi03 which thoy did not
have formerly. Thoro was a now
sympathy forcriminals-hodid not
mean tho morbid kind bIiowii in
Bonding bouquotB to felons. Orimo
was studied in relation to its causes
with a viow to its prevention. Tho
prenchor wished ho had timo to
describe tho work being dono in
Bomo of tho reformatories of tho
Eastoru Statos with which ho had
been iutimatoly acquainted. It
was bis hopo to soo soino of thoir
methods adopted in Hawaii, and
that ii reformatory for girls should
bo established hero. Tho sermon
concluded with a forvont uttor
anco of thanks for a roigniug
After tho congregational sing
ing of Hymn 230 "Joy to tho
world, tho Lord is como" Bov.
C. M. Hydo, D. D., offorod a brief
prayor and pronounced tho bono
diction. 'llifrc'A Hunger
111 ovory drop of impure boer you
drink. By far tho greater pro
portion of kidnoy trouble is duo
to its use. No need of your drink
ing it. Seattle Boor is puro, B'b
browed of tho finest hops nnd
malt, aids digestion, promotes
lioolth aud presorves it. On tap
or in bottles at tho Criterion Sa
loon. Hawaiian Xraas cards for Bond
ing to friends abroad, may bo
gotten at King Bros., 110 Hotel
TO SEE "THE SENATOR"
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tiii: orritA noim.
And lli- I'ruwIiM Coiiiihiii) Nruic IIh j
IMcucKt NiicreM No I'nr Tho 1'ci. I
If tho audieuco which greotod
the production of "Tho Senator"
last night has been equaled in
number it has certainly not been
exceeded during tho Frawloy sea
6on. In spito of tho lataness of
tho honr set for tho raising of tho
curtain thero woro many tardy
arrivals. It is to be hoped that
this is a practico which will not
become fashionable horo,or that if
it docs tho management will adopt
tho courso now obtaining in some
theaters in tho United States, viz:
that of closing tho doors whon
the curtain is up.
"Tho Senator" iB a typical Am
erican piny from tho pen of Wil
liam II. Crano, tho well known
playwright. It deals with social,
political aud diplomatic lifo iu
Washington in tho year 1892, aud
most of its characters havo thoir
living prototypes. Souator Han
nibal Bivers,tho leading charactor
iu tho comedy, is only another
namo for tho well known author of
the Bland Silver Bill, who owes his
defeat for the presidential noini
nation of tho Demociatio party
at the recent election to the mng
niiicent eloiiuonco of William
J. Bryan. Tho Doumau claim, the
passago of which through both
houses of Congress foruiB the
framework of tho play, is none
other than tho Beid claim, which
lias been oeloro uougresB bo
In the character ot Senator
Ilaunibal Bivers, Mr. Maclyu
Arbuckle showed to bettor advant
ago than in provious iinporsou
ations, nlthough the' have all
been good. Ho is tho moving
spirit of tho pieco, and his rapid
movemonts, quick speech and
breezy Westorn manner aro
typical of Missouri. His forcible
acting carries the audionco with
him nil through tho different
scenes, which follow in such quick
succession thoro is no lagging of
interest oven for a moment. It
wns npparent at tho oud of tho
first act that tho oveniug's pro
gram was to bo auothor success
nnd tho nudionco sottled down to
enjoy it to tho full.
In Silas Donuinu, tho old super
annuated clnimnnt, broken down
in body nnd spirit, Mr. Wilson
Enos had a part eminently suited
to him nnd ho acted it well. In
tho sceno whoro ho warns his
daughter against tho wiles of tho
Austrian Count and again whoro
ho awaits tho issue of tho vote on
his claim in tho Sonato Commit
tee room ho was particularly fine.
Mr. narry Carson Clarko pro
Bonted ono of his best impersona
tions as tho unscrupulous attor
ney aud ex-Congressman, Isaiah
ShorpleBS, who is always looking
for a chanco to turn an honest
penny, even by undorhaiidod
moans. In tho bcodos whoro ho
attempts to bribe the Senator and
later whore ho offors to sell him a
letter and gots kicked out for his
pains ho was at his best.
Miss Alico Pixloy as Mabol
Doumau, tho old claimant's
daughter, had n part better Buited
to display hor abilities last night
than in tho minor characters sho
haB herotoforo assumed. Hor
acting was fresh aud natural and
jiiBtilieB the stntemout made in
tho tirst review of tho company in
theso columns that thoro woro no
"sticks" in it. This was also no
ticoablo in tho caso of Mr. H. S.
Dufliold, who made his first ap
poaranco as Secretary Armstrong.
Ab tho Buscoptiblo young m idow,
Mrs. Hilary, Miss Blanoho Bates
fascinated tho nudionco as much
as bIio did hor numerous admirers
in tho play, whilo Miss Lansing
Bowau as Socrotary Armstrong's
wife, who narrowly escapes olop .
ing with n gay deceiver in tho
shnpo of tho Austrian, was ad
mirnble. It goos without saying that Miss
Hopo Boss nnd George W. Leslie
made tho mot of thoir parts and
renewed their hold on tho affeo
tions of the public.
Mr. Frank Worthing's studied
drawl and carcleHS aristocratic
nonchalance waB a finished pieco
of acting, aud he was at his best
in tho Bcouo whoro ho domands
and obtains an explanation from,
the Senator. The" other charac
ters wero nil well taken, but spnee
will not permit further descrip
tion. Tho staging of tho pieco was
good and iu tho first act thoro was
a "splendid viow of the capitol at
Washington to be seen through
an open window. At tho end of
the third act tho leading aclora
responded to repeated calls aud
bowed their acknowledgments
beforo tho curtain. Tho native or
chestra is improving and gives
good satisfaction, whilo tho really
admirablo singing of the Qniutotta
club is always oncorcd.
For tho matinee tomorrow, "Tho
Highest Bidder," n Bpnrkling
comedy, will bo produced, nnd in
tho evening "Tho Eusign," an
historical naval drama, which is
rich in thrilling situation", histor
ical reminiscences and elaborate
TIIK ,11 1 1, l,N Ol' JtlHTK'i:.
t'ati- for Niinrrmi Court Work or
Iliilh riri-iill JuiIuch.
By ordor of tho Circuit Court,
Deputy Marshal Hitchcock has
released tho property of Kwoug
Fat, bankrupt, to the assignee.
Judge Carter hoard tho jury
waived case of Bopublic vb. Ab
Pui and others, chargod with
illegal fishing. He discharged
tho dofondants. Magoou for pro
secution; Thurston it Stanloy for
Judge Perry heard tho jury
waived assumpsit suit of J. W
Luuing vs. W. C. Achi, on
note for $-10 nnd interest.
Judgment for plaintiff for amount
claimed and costs. Humphreys
for plaintiff; no nppoaranco of or
Eliza A. Uickey vs. Wm. P.
Hickey, divorce. ThurMon it
Stanley for libollant; Kinney it
Bnllou for libelleo. On trial thin
afternoon.Tho libelee was brought
into court from jail v'uero bo is
serving a two months' Bonteuee
for assault and batteiy upon one
of his wife's relatives.
William M. Mahnka hai
brought a bill iu equity to require
A. Bosa to render n complete- ao
count of his doings, first, as gnar
diau of complainant whon u minor
and, secondly, as his trustee sines
majority. Humphreys aud Da
Bolt aro, attorneys for tho com
plainant. In tho suit of W. C. Peacock it
Co. agaiuBt tho Collector of Cus
toms, claiming n rotund of duties
alleged to havo been paid exces
sively, Judge Perry has filed a de
cision sustaining tho demurror ot
tho Hawaiian Government, thai
such actions aro oxclusivoly mat
ters for tho determination of tho
Supremo Court. Kinnoy it Bnl
lou for plaintiffs; E. P. Dole, D.
A. G., for tho Governmout.
Service has been mndo by J. F.
Colburn, assignee, nnd II. J,
Moors, creditor, of II. F. Poor,
bankrupt, upon both the Govern
ment aud James Ashford, ngonl
of V. V. Ashford, of tho grounds
of thoir objection to the claim of.
tho Hawaiian Government upon
tho estate for 13,000 iucludiug
intorcst.Thoy aro are that tho claim
is barred by tho statutoof limita
tions aud tho mnttor has beou
already detormiued in tho courts.
Thoy maintain that if the Govern
ment has paid tho claim to V. Y.
Ashford it had no right so to do.
Also, that Poor, having been but
a clerk in tho Post Aflico when he
withdrew Ashford 's monoy from
tho Postal Savings Bank, waB not
rospousiblo Jo tho depositor, but
that tho Postmaster Gonoral, un
dor whoso care aud cuBtody tho
said monoy was, is tho porsou
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