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THE EVENING BULLETIN: HONOLULU, II. I., SEPTEMBER 1, 1898.
Agents, Brokers and Jobbers.
,JA.t. F. MOKCJaN,
AUCTIONEER AND 8TOUK UROKE1
No. Queen Street.
Expert Appraisement of Ubh)
Estate utul Firui"irw.
210 King; gtieeti
Difficult Collections a Specialty
Architects, Contractors and Builders.
U. G. TUAPilAGEN,
223 Merchant St.. Honolulu,
Between Fort mill Alnkeii,
Tki.kpiionk : : s 734
0. BREWER & COMPANY, LIMITED,
Queen Mrcet, Honolulu, n.l.
Hawaiian Agricultural Company, Onomja Sncat
Company, llonomu Sugar Company, Walluko
Bunr Company. WalhM SuRar Company, Makci
SaearCompan, HatcaVala Ranch Comnanj, ka
.,T.i. u.nrh - rianttn' Line San Francisco
W.ivt rh Prurr A. Pn'i Line of Boston
Packetf! Agcnli Boston Board of Underwriter!.
Ajctnlt t'huaacipnia noara 01 unuciwumi.
list or orriCKR.li
P 0 Jones, President! George II Kobortson,
H&nagor; E F Ulshop, Treasurer and Sec
rotary; Col. V F Allen, Anditort 0 M Cooke,
H Watcruonse, A v v-arior, uiroaiors.
M. PHILLIPS & CO.,
Wholesale Importers and Jobbers of
luropean and American Dry Qoods
Fort and Qncen Streets.
Wm. G. Irwin & Co.
Wm. O. Irwin, - President nnd Manager
Glaus Bpreokels, - - - Vice-President
W. M. OifTard. - Secretary and Tronaurer
Tbeo. 0. Porter, ... Auditor
AQBNT3 OF TUB
00EANI0 STEAMSHIP COMPANY
OF SAN FBANOISOO. OAL.
H. HACKFELD & CO., Ltd
BENERAL commission agents.
Oor. Fort and Qnoon Streets, Honolulu.
MISSION WORK REVIEWED
F. H. REDWARD,
Contractor and Builder.
Offices and Stores fitted tip and
Estimates Riven on
ALL KINDS OP WORK.
rar Oaice and Btiop. No. 619 Fort street,
adjolnlOK W. W. WrlKht's Carriage Shop.
To My Patrons and the Public.
Having recovered from my re
cont illness, I am npnin proparod
to do all kinds of Tinsmith and
Plumbing work as horctoforo.
Thanking you for past favors, 1
respectfully solicit a continuance
of tho samo.
JAS. NOTT, Jr.
Ifflr Tel. 844.
Monuments and Headstones.
Tlio undorslgnod Is proparod to do
CEMETEItY WOUK OF ALL KINDS,
nnd supply MOSUMENTS and HEAD
STONES of which ho has a groat va
rioty of tho Latest and Most Artistic
Designs, nnd will also supply Stono Cop
ing separately for surrounding como
jfiT Estimates gl von in Marblo, Gra
nlU), Hawaiian Stono, etc.
000 tf FKED. HAIUUSON.
Features Brought Out by Hawaiian
Progress In Repair of Church EdlDccs
Money lor North Pacific Institute
News ol the Year.
cotifoHHion of faith during tho liu-t
llev. A. V. Sonros of Honolulu
ami Itov. Jt. K. Bnpltst of Ililo
find much cnuso for yruiilicntiou
from tho work nniouu, tho l'ortu
In tho foreign department Iho
Oilbort Isliituls bcciiih to bo tho
only section that does not roturn
ALLEN & ROBINSON.
Doalors in Lnmbor nnd Coal
and Bnilding Materials of all
Qnoon Htroot. Honolulu,
Consolidated Sofia W.5? Co., LI
Corner Allen & Fort St., Honolulu
Hawaiian Carnage Mfg. Co. Ltd.
121 Queen Street.
Currliigo nml "Wngon Builders-
RUBBER TIKES AND ROLLER
WILSON f WHITEHOUSE,
8olo Licensees Hawaiian Islunils.
70-tf 121 Queen Stroot.
A Hew Paint Shop.
Hnvlng associated with us Mr. John
II. West, a practical IIou ralntor,
Decorator anil Wood Follslior, wo are
now proparcd to glvo ostlmatos on all
I:lnils of work in inai lino.
Mr. West having hail a practical ox
porlonco of ovor twenty years in San
Francisco nnd othor largo cltlos on tho
Cottt, wo fool confident that any work
entrusted to ns will glvo ontlro satisfac
tion to our patrons.
Peerless Preserving Paint Co.
-W V I t
is proparod to furnish
Nltrato of Soda, Ilono Moal, raw or
di8solvod;Florldn and Lady Elliot Island
Guano, Sulphato of Ammonia, Murlato
and Sulphato of Potash and Kaiulto, Co
ral Llmo Stono and Manures. In quanti
ties to snit.
A. F. COOKE, Manager,
Feed and Stock.
Mules For Sale.
A choice lot of Missouri nnil;Callfor
DJL ALBERT JOM DERBY
COKNEIl FOKT AND HOTEL STS.,
Tki.KI'Honkh: Olllco, ClBj Kcslclcnco,
780. IIouils: 9 a. in. to 4 p. m.
Hew Love's Building, Fort Street i
DR. P. E. CLARK,
13-14 Progross niock, cornor Borotanla
and Fort Ktroots, Honolulu.
Now for sale at low terms, En
805-tf Club Stubles.
le Wasliington Fed Co.
Cor. Queen and Fort iSts.
Importers nud "Wliolcalo DculerH In
.... Hay, O ruin, Peed, . . . .
."Flour, ileitis, ote.
Our Goods are Always Fresh.
Island Orders Solicited.
417 NUUANU ST.
Repairs tine complicated Watches, Clocks, Music
Boxes and Jewelry.
All work Kuaranleed. Thlrtyliveyears experience.
LATEST STYLES JEWELRY
By last steamer from the Const.
THE REGULAR THING
At my store, whore the
BEST CUSTOM WORK
Ib ilono repairing and now work
both. Pins, rings, bracelets, watch
H. G. BIART, - 404J Fort St.
House anil Lot at Waiklkl, In rear of
Jamos Campbell's rosldonco, Iloulal $30
per month. Enquire of
J. S. WALKER.
Tho annual report of the Ha
waiian Evangelical Association
for tho year 1898 has bon pub
lished. llev. O. P. Emerson, cor
responding st'crotary plnces tho
activity in repairing church cdi
ficos as tho foremost feuturo of the
your. At least bcvoii old church
structures liavo boon modified and
improved. In tbis connoctiun tho
laymon of tho Hawaiian churches
have bhowu a particular awnkon
iug i gathoriug funds and look
ing after tho careful expenditure
of tho samo.
In tho Sunday ScIiooIb tho lny
mon liavo also taken a renowed
intorost, Tho quartorly meoting
is reforrod to as "a possiblo way
of reaching tho nativo mind which
may bo mado most effectivo." Tho
Sunday School associations nro
regarded as n "permanent powor"
to bo takon into account and de
veloped moro extensively.
bpecial literaturo lor tuo nativo
youth, to bo introduced through
tho Sunday school is suggested.
Experiments thus far havo mot
with good results.
Pastoral aid has boon a feature
of tho year. Itov. Kapu, chair
man of tho committoo on pastoral
oid for Maui and Molokai, gives a
tablo showing that nino pastors
woro promised salarios ncgregatiug
S2230. Of this S1021.30 was paid.
H. P. Baldwin made up deGciou
cics amounting to 595 and there
is now SG38 duo thoso pastors.
Tho Board has given SliOO to as
sist pastors. Tho inability of soveral
parishes to pay their pastors has
proven tho necessity of tho Pas
tor's Aid Socioty.
Rov. J. M. Lydgato reporting
from Kauai speaks of a "steady
upbuilding" and a tendency "to
forgot political and factional
strife." Koloa and Lihuo aro
without pastors. Tho work at
Hanapepo has snffored by tho
lapso of tho ministor to tho follies
of superstition. His flock rofused
to follow him. Kauai pastorB aro
regarded as a superior lot of mon;
churches havo improved in koop
inc un castors' salaries. Tho
"Ministers School" whioh has mot
fivo times at Lihuo is a valuablo
atBistanco for gaining now idoas.
No Bpecial ovangolistio work
has beon dono. Tho eorvices of
Mr. Bichards it iB hoped will be
to extend this work particularly
among young Hawaiians. Tho
quostion whother tho Young Peo-
plo s Associations will not bo in
creased in efficiency by morging
with tho Christian Endeavor is
brought up for future solution.
There are twelvo nativo pulpits
vacant: six on Hawaii, throo on
Oahu, three on Kauai and two or
throo parishos "aro sadly in neod
of a change."
Rov. O. M. Hyde reports neces
sity of moro funds for tho Nor-h
Pacifio Missionary IiiBtituto. A
bottor trained ministry iB needod.
Two capauio mon aro neoded as
permanent teachers, and a fund of
75,000 is asked as a porraanont
guarontoo salary fund. Tho stu
dents havo beon: 11 Hawaiians,
8 OhineBO, 1 Portuguese. J. Load
ingham gives an interesting ro
view of tho Instituto lifo.
Kawaiahao Seminary reports
100 girls enrolled for tho year: 52
imro Hawaiian, oinlit Chinese, two
.'ortugueBO, ono Norwegian and
remainder part Hawaiian.
Tho East Maui Girls' Sohool,
tho Kohala Girls' School, Hilo
Boys' Sohool and Kauai Indus
trial School all report progress.
Frank W. Damon, Buporinton
dont of tho Chineso dopartmont,
contrasts a rocont Sabbath church
attendance of 308 mon, women
and childron with former years,
as ono of tho signs of religious
development. Throo havo joined
tho church on confession of faith.
nino by letter and 21 children havo
received tho rito of baptism. Pro
press is noted ull along tho liuo in
tho work among tho Chineso.
Rev. O. H Gulick reports ton
Japaueso pioachers aud evango-lipi-j
now doing good work amonc
their people. Competition nnd
opposition from the Buddhists is
fell very Btrougly. Over 101) Jup-
Tho Rev. "W. B. Costley, of
Stockbridgo, Ga., while attouding
to his paBtoral duties at Ellen
wood, that state, was attocked by
cholera morbtiB. Ho sayB: "By
chanco I happened to pot hold of
a bottlo of (Jhamhorlaiii'H Colic,
Cholera and Diarrhoea Romedy,
and 1 think it waH the meHUs of
savinc my lifo. It roliovcd me at
onco." For sale by Bonson, Smith
& Co., Goncral Agent.
If you want a nico Rubber tiro
hack with a caroful driver ring up
Club Stable Hack Stand Tol. 319,
and wo guaranteo you will bo
This ovor popular Ranier bcor
is becoming a household word
and "will you havo a glass of
Seattle" iB moro often heard than
anything olso. Tho Criterion
Saloon havo tho boor on tap or in
HARMONY LODGE No. 3,
I. O. O. F.,
Moots every Monday evening at 7:00,
in Harmony Hall, King streot.
O. L. SOHItENSON, N. (1.
E. It. HENDUY, Secretary.
All visiting brothors very cordially
HAWAIIAN TRIBE No. 1,
Improved Order of Red Mon.
Meets on tho second and fourth Friday
of each month, at 7:30 p. m., In Knights
of 1'ythlas Hall, Fort Ktroot. Visiting
brothers aro cordially invited to attend.
Chief of Records. 1003
Hotels and Restaurants.
A FAMILY HOTEL.
l.iCroiaJBO, - - - IFxop
Per Day 8 2.00
The Best of Attendance, the Best Gitna
tion and the Finest Meals Li this Citj
Beaver - Lunch
II. J. NOLTE, Proprietor.
The Best Lunch in Town
Tea and Coffee
at all nouns.
THE FINEST BBANDS OF
Cigars and Tobacco
ALWAYS ON HAND.
The Elite Ice Cream Parlors
108 HOTBb STRBBTS,
Cakes and Candies,
Fine Ice Cream.
Oar Establishment is the Finest Itesort
In the City. Call and see ns. Open till 11
BASE-BALL TRACT !
These Lots Are Now Offered on Easy Terras:
- id i is i
a f to
- Sold Sold
Apply to GEAR, LANSING & CO.,
210 King street. Telephone 2.
Excelsior Dining Saloon
333 NUUANU ST.,
NEAH HOTEL ST.
CHAS. L1ND, Prop'r.
Firht-class meals, under tho supervis
ion of n whlto man, sorvod from & a. in.
to8 p. in. MEALS TWI2JTT.FIVE Cts.
The Remington Typewriter
HAS BEEN AWARDED A
Diploma of Honor
BRUSSELS EXPOSITION OF 1897.
J$c This is tlio Highest Possible, Awakd, ranking
above a Gold Medal.
J. W. CHAPMAN, Prop'r.
Tliis Is ono of tlio most delightful
SUI1U1U1AN HESOKTS on tho Iisland
of O.vhu, Tlio host of Meals and Lunch
eons served at short notice Catoror for
Uanrjucts, DinuorHand Garden Parties,
H. HACKFELD & CO. LTD
Since We Must Eat to Live, Lefs Have the Vest.
Just Orened Up an
Invoice of . . .
BefpLypq's Best Tis
And Ice Cream Parlors.
E. POPPLETON, M'o'ji.
This Ih a modern up-to-dato American
resUiurant. Excellent nioals for 25 cents.
I anoso have jo.nod tho church on I No. 629 FORT STIiEET.
Japan Flavor, English Breakfast and Ceylon. Also,
SCHILLING'S BEST BAKING POWDER.
Give them a trial. Money baok If yon don't liko thera. Also, just received
Choice Block Butter, Kits Creamery Butter,
Fidelity Brand Bacon, Hams, Crackers and Cakes, u
mua jneeso, omoKecl Jieof, -f
Choice Humboldt Potatoes, Etc., Etc., Etc.
212 King street, next to tho Arlington.
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