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Vol. III. No. 526.
HONOLULU, H. 1., FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 5, 1897.
Prior 5 Cents,
THE EVENING BULLETIN.
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FRIDAY, Feb. 12, 1897',
At 8 o'clock p. m.
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621 lw J. T. WAYSON, M. D.
Evening Bulletin J5c ptr month,
TTLLH OP WHAT
rliannilljr la u Njnd'lll of Tliiill(ht
. Which I fmteiitlalljr llrllsloua,
1'llllonniililr und NdentlUc.
Among tbe through passongerB
ou the Alomedn yesterday were n
party of eight of tho leading lights
of the Theodophicnl world, who
have about completed a trip
around the world. In thepnrty
are Mrs Katherine A Tingloy, the
leader of tho movement; Mr E T
Hargrove, president of tho Thoo
sophical Societies in America,
Europe, and Australia; Mr
OlandtFnlls Wright, ho occu
pies the presidential chair in the
Now York sooiety, and was seoro
tary to the late Mme Blavatsky
and William Q Judge; Mrs
Wright, who accompanies him, is
lecturer to tho Eastern States in
America. Then there are Mr H
T Patterson (president of tho
Brooklyn Theosophical Sooiety),
Mr F M Piorce (representative
of the School for tho Revival of
the Lost Mysteries of Antiquity),
tho Rev W Williams (of England),
nnd Mrs Barclay G Oleather (of
London). The members of this
Theosophical crusade are travel
ing rouud tho world, holding
lectnres nnd conferring with those
already interested on tho subject.
Thoy appear to have plenty of
money aud they take no pay for
their services in this connection.
No society formed as a result of
their visit pays anything directly
or indirectly to them. All their
meetings are free, and they pay
their own traveling expenses.
This seems to afford some ground
for tho assertion that they ooliove
strongly in what they preach.
During tho stay of tho Ala
meda in this city tho party spont
part of their tinio in viowing tho
city nnd in cnllingon memhors of
tho local Theosophical Socioty. It
was a source of much regret to all
the crusaders that they wero un
nble to meet Mr. Marques, but
they hope to see him in San
Francisco. During the afternoon
the party received numerous call
orsnt the steamer including 'n
delegation of local theosophists
and a Bulletin representative.
Mr. Hargrove acted as spokes
mnu for tho party and freely gave
an account of the object of tho
totir. Speaking generally of tho
success of the mission, ho said:
"Wherever wo havo gone, wo have
formed national societies whore
thoy did not already exist. One
of our groat difficulties has boon
tho innumerable misconcaptions
concerning Theosophy. His sup
posed to deal largely with what
peoplo call Mahatmas without
their having a very clear idea of
what is meant by the term and to
concern itself with phenomena
and so forth. But this is a com
plete mistake. Our work on this
crusade has been to carry the
message of brotherhood from na
tiop to nntion, by spreading ideas
of toleration wherever religious
views are concorned, and by evory
othfr means possible trying to
show peoplo that they arq,not iso
lated units, either individually or
nationally, but parts of ono great
whole, with common interests. Wo
havo also put forward what is
sometimes called the twin doo
trino of re-birth, or re inonrnation,
and icomponsation, sometimos
called Karma in tho East, behov
ing that these toachings will do
more than almost anything else
to mako brotherhood a reality in
people's lives, instead of a more
theory. Ono may fairly sajj that
wo havo mot with extraordinary
success. Peoplo have recognised
the breadth of our platform, aud
thov coine to seo that whatover
Theosophy has been olsowhoro,
in America, at least, it has been
made oxcopdingly practicable.
.'Of course, wo have met with
opposition. Ono rather quaint
attnek was made upon Mrs. K. A.
Tingloy, who is tho loador of tho
movement, to the cfTect that sho
had clainipd to bo tho reincat na
tion of Mine. Hlatntskv. This
appeared in both English and
Anglo Iniliitti papers Naturally
onough, such a charge wni an ab
surdity, seeing thnt Mme. Bla
vntsky has only been dead some
seven years, nnd Mrs. Tingloy i
unquestionably older than thut."
In response to the direct ques
tion, "What do you preach?" Mr.
"Theosophy is a system of
thought, which is not a religion nor
a science nor a philoBonhy, but
which b essontially roligious, phi
losophical, and scientific. Ono of
the great needs at tho present time
is some such sj-stem of thought
which harmonises these threo gen
erallyontagonistio aspects of truth.
Religion and science , are too fre
quently supposed to he antagonis
ts to ono another. We claim that
true soionce and true religion must
be identical. Wo do no't attack any
existing form of roligion.' Wo
morely attempt to shqw that every
great religion at the preBont time
has got higher nnd deepoi aspects
not generally brought forward.
When I eay that Theosophy is a
Bystepof thought, I do not mean
that it is a collection of dogmas to
bo accepted or rejected bodily.
We have no cut and dried teach
ing. Nor do we toll pooplo that
they must think as we do if thoy
aro to -bo saved. Wo hold
that each man must Cud out tho
truth for himself must savo hi
own soul, as some would put it
and wo endeavor to bring to tho
education of peoplo certain very
old ideas, which wo hold will ho of
immense value to any earnest seek
er after wisdom. The first and logi
cal outcome of our system is tho
tonching in regard to brothorhood.
This, of course, is no now revela
tion, but it is none tho loss im
portant on that account, and I do
not know any other organisation
in tho world at the present day
where you will find Christians of
all denominations, Hindoos, Bud
dhists, Mahomedans, Agnostics,
nnd even Atheists, as well aa
those who call themselves Theo
sophists, meeting together on a
common platform of brotherly
love, mon and women. Whiio it
ib truo that a great many of our
members boliove in tho law of re
birth or reincamutiou, it is not a
dogma of tho Theosophical Socie
ty j and thoy aio quite wolcomo to
join us, no matter what they bo
liove or disbelieve." "
Incidentally it may be mention
ed that tho "Crusaders" aro
making appeals ae they go on bo
half of the distrossul, famine
stricken peoplo in India, a work
iu which Mrs. Tingley is muah
interested. Thoy describe tho
state of things in that continent
as simply horrible. Corn has
risen to prohibitive prices, and
many poor people are living on
dried leaves and garbage. They
wish it to be understood that thoy
cannot undertake to recoivo or
transmit moneys or contributions
m m mi
HIE moni-HN IdARVEL.
What the I'teae Elsewhere Think of
Mr. Clifton will tonight give
tho Honolulu publio an exhibition
of ono of tho groatost marvels of
the end of this marvelous century.
Besides being a scientifio wondor,
tho veriscopo of Edison is highly
entertaining. From notices of its
appearance olsowhore the Mowing
Punch, London's great comio
paper, says: "Tho veriscopo pre
sents a now form of entortainmont.
so intensely interesting that it
must become universally popular."
Tho JNew lork World lias this:
"The great Republican parade was
taken Dy tho veriscopo peoplo yes
terday. Thousands of spectators
are seen 'enthusiastically oheering,
as the different associations march
by many famous faces aro shown,
numerous brass bands aro seen,
and it will make a very interesting
sight and prove ono worthy of
Wator colors and Oil colors in
sots suitablo for Xmas presents.
King BroB,, Hotel street.
ITS WORK IS BENEFICENT
MMH nr MHtV TO THE IIONO.
1UI.U IU Y INRIiriJTK.
InlertleitN Itli limit; Who IIhvo
ItcrrUril I tie tlrurlltn-Snclil
A representative of the Bulle
tin callod nt tho llngey Iustituto
yesterday aud, aftor being shown
through the premises by Mr.
Cownrt, interviewed a number of
those at present taking tho treat
ment and, afterword, several of
those' who left tho institution from
two weoks to two mouthy ago.
The" reception and smoking rooms
hiye becoino n favorite' placo of
resort for. tho larger porlfon of
thoso who have taken tho courso
of medicine. Under tho efficient
managemont combined with cordi
al manners, tho Institute has bo
conm next to a homo for many
who, for years, have found
their pleasantcst associations
connected with tho bar rooms
of tho city. Billiards, pool and
minor games aro provided for;
periodicals aud uowspapers in
profusion nro froo to all comers;
the tono of the place, its moral
and social atmosphere, is good.
Everyone is made to feel that ho
is wolcomo and that it is desired
that ho shall come there and en
Tho reporter could not find a
siuglo case where an objection waB
raised as to tho mode of troatmont
or its results. Most of thoso
spoken to oxpressod a great deal
of enthusiasm, and one of tho
questions asked of each "patient"
or "graduate" wsh onswored in
tho same way by all: "Do you feel '
any desire to drink ? " "No, sir, I
not in tho least." c I
Some of theso wore mon who '
havo coased takiug the treatment
more than two months ago. Ono
man explaiued tho mutter in a
phraso which conveyed a groat
doal in a vory few words: "I feel,
ns far as imbibing is concorned,
exaotly aa I did before I
over drank. I havo no wish to '
drink and do not, unless my at
tention is coiled to it, think of it
Messrs. Oowart and Kirkpatriok
do not claim to placo a man iu
such a position as rendors it im
possible for him to become a
drinking mau again. They do
claim, however, and their stntoraont
is borne out by tho testimony of a
hundred men fiom every vocation
iu life and from all grades of
society hore, that the appetite, tho
craving for intoxicants, u ill be en
tirely eradicated from tho system
of anyouo who will tako n threo
weeks' courso of thoir medicine.
There is no possibility of doubt
as to tho positive truth of thoir
Although but threo months havo
gone by since the HagOy Instituto
was established hero, more than
ono man is now oconpying a qood
steady position who was, previous
to his commencing tho treatment,
incapacitated from bo doing. A
good many homos in Honolulu
avo been brightoned and mado
pleasant and comfortable to wives
and children, that wero once over
shadowed by tho dnrk and gloomy
cloud of intemperance.
Thero is not n man, woman or
ohild within tho boundaries of the
city but will sooner or lator fool,
directly or indireotly, a benefit
from tho establishment, and those
of our oitizons who novo guaran
teed its pormanenoy havo accom
ilished a work which will otornal
y redound to their credit.
A pupil is the lower grades at the
South school brought down the bouse
the other day. His father was ques
tioning him about bis geography les
son, nnd In tho course of questioning
asked uhat is the highest mountain
in this state. Tho boy answered with
n fliiBh: "Rainier beer, pure and invig
orating nnd 11.H4 feet high."
On tnp or In ottlei a'v the Cilterlon.
A MUNIFICENT. DONATION -
fflll. t fllKHTOM GIVES A THOIIfl-
Olti ci- l.lbrrnl I'rlcmlH to (lie I'ronl
New nnlldlnir for the Pur-
Thoro was an oxtromely inter
esting aud important meeting of
tho Supervisors of Free Kinder-J
gnrtens this morning. It was
their monthly session, nnd Mrs.
C. M. Hyde presided.
Reports from tho different
schools were very encouraging.
Tho Chineso schools aro getting
baok into their old ruts of efficien
cy aftor the innocent dissipation
of tho national now year.
The Palama school is doing
vory woll indeed. Therefrom came
a call for more table, chairs and
benches. In place of getting now
benches it was decided to givo tho
Palama infantry neat chairs.
Purses were produced upon this
decision, three ladies at ouoo con
tributing $50 between them to the
chair fund. Tho benovolent names
are Mrs. W. F. Allen, Mrs. S. M.
Damon and MrB. W. Q. Irwin.
A move was also begun to got
chnirs for tho little Hawaiians, a
committee with Mrs. J T. Wator
houso chairman being appointed
to raise a fund, which was starred
with S5 each from Mrs. itHyde,
MrB. S. M. Damon, Mrs. D. P.
Birnioand Mrs. Wntorhouso.
Then came tho greatest bono
faciion of tho day, almost taking
away tho breath of the ladies as
their press -representative says.
It was a donation of ono thousand
dollars in Ewa plantation bonds
from Mr. J. B. Atherton, for a
new building for the Portuguese
kindergarten. The Hawaiian
Board of Missions hnd tendered a
site, on tho grounds of tho now
Portuguoso church. Mrs Tarbell
had been making great offorts to
raiso a fund for this object, nnd
had succooded iu raising quite a
littlo sura. Mr. Atherton's gift
sets tho project well on its feet
and, a building committoo being
necessary, the following wore ap
pointed as such: Mrs. A. F.
Cooko, who with her husband has
takon an especial interest in tho
Portuguoso sobool, Mrs. Hyde,
Mrs. T. H. Hobron and Miss
Tomorrow tho now freo kinder
gnrton established by tho Ewa
Plantation Corapnny is to bo
opened. Thero will bo an excur
sion to tho placo by tho directors
of tho Association, to which mem
bers of tho Board of Edncation,
tho directors of tho plantation
company and editors of tho daily
papers have boon invited. Tho
party will go in the directors'
parlor car of tho O. R. & L. Co.
attaohed, to tho morniug train.-
TO VIIELIo TAHITI HLUKI.H.
French Warthlpi Ordered to the
lalead of Ralnten.
Port Towusend, Wash., Jan 19.
The news is reooived by tho
bnrkontino Courtney Ford from
Tahiti that tho Fronch have or
derod men-of-war and a transport
ship to visit tho island of Raiaton,
whioh is populated by abont 350
The warships will eholl the
island and subdno the robols. The
flint wab to hnvn loft the lnv after
tho Courtnoy Ford tailed for Port
It Attack Doiuetlc AnlninU aud
Vowla In India.
A late London dlspatoh says the
bubonic plaguo in India, hithorto
confined to tho people, has now
attacked animals nnd poultry, and
many rodents, awino, and poultry
Tho mortality at Bombay from
tho bubonic plaguo ib 170 daily,
nnd tho death ruto among tho
stricken peoplo is inorousing.
THE DAY WE CELEBRATE
F Km' .NTH ANNIVER4AKV Or
Till. .UVRTLi: BOAT tXUII.
I'rrwldeiit Aleck ItnbvrUon Ulve ft
History of Rnrly Rtrnggles nnd
Repeated Triumph.. '
About eight o'clock hist night a
largo aud jolly crowd of men
both young nnd old, had assem
bled at tho houso of tho Myrtlu
Boat Club. Tables, with a braucl
now deok of oards on each, wore
scattered about tho lauai, anjr
games of whist' aud ouchnr wott
soou in progress, while tho ivory1
balls on the billiard table wers
spinning about. The gathering
was for tho celebration of tlm
fourteenth anniversary of tho
club's birthday. Thoso present
having been invitod to a "Muok
er," there worn pipes, cigars,
cigarettes aud tobacco "to burn?'
Those wero handed around until -thero
was onough smoke iu the
nir to lift a gootl sized balloon.
Aftor Iho card players had on
jo ed themselves for a while, A.
G. M. Rohortsou, tho worthy
president, called tho boys into tins
main hall. Ho then proceeded to
give n brief history of tho growth
of ths Myrtle Boat Club, begin
nine with" the formation on Feh.
5, 1833, with seven charter meu:
bers, tolling of tho building of
different houses nnd tho procur
ing of boats and tho rough and
ready way in which things word
manuged in those days, when tho
boat had to bo carried from the'
houso ovor deep mud to tho
wator. Tho speaker also related
how tho boys worked iu their
spare timoat the construction and
tho painting of the first houses
Going on, tho speaker told of the
formation and deaths of other
clubs which had been ushered in
with great flourishes during, the
long hfo of tho Myrtlo up to tho
present tirao, when tho llenlani
Yacht and Boat Club is tho only
rival. Tho numerous races had
against tho differeut oppoueuts,
of which very few turned out do
feots for tho scarlet and white, in
cluding thoso in the hnppy clays
of King Knlakoua, wore dealt"
with. Sometimes tho Myrtle,
Club was charged with beiujin
fair, the accusers claiming that it
novor wont into an event without
having a "dead sure thing " By '
several little incidents, tbe pre
sident showed that this wns pot
bo, tho olub having many difficul
ties to contond with nt times. "In
conclusion, tho Bpcaker said ho
wished tho young members would
continue to keep up tho proud re
cord ns tho older onos hnd douo in
tho past. He also said that the
young blood of the olub was
what had achieved Buccesa
throughout the years of its ex
istence, and he hoped it would
oontinuo to do so iu tho futuro.
A number of old timors were at
tho pleasant rounion, nnd a fow
romarks were mado by Alex.'Lylo,
W. F. Love, J. L. Torbert, W. O.
Parke, Harry Robinson and oth
ors. Music and songs woro con
tributed by tho following: W.
Bolster, H. Yiorra, JookMeGuiro,
Chester Doyle, Albert Harris, 0.
V. Sturtevont, Geo. Horrid Mr.
Honshnll, Prof. Borgor, Goorgo
Bruus, C. J. MoCnrthy, Mr.. Hol
lander, Geo. Ashley and others.
Refreshments wero to bo hail
during tho evening, including do
liciouB collet), soda wator, saud
wiohes and cake. ( The happy
crowd broko up nt midnight, niter
one of tho bes,t social tiraoB ever
had in tho history of tho club. Ths
Bulletin wishos tho M. B. C.
long life and buocobs, hoping ip
upholders will onjoy many morn
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and aro delivered to tho purchas
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