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THE EVENING BULLETIN: HONOLULU, H. I., OCTOBER 27, 1898.
i.m.m mimd ao iMi " in in i
jf ' Hardware, etc.
Which Is a substitute for gold
leaf, and will LAST.
For Imparting a hard and glassy
surface to any material.
For porcelain finish on tubs,
tlower pots. etc. Not affected
by cold or hot water.
For furniture, baskets, etc.
iWFull directions for use. Try them.
Lewers & Cooke.
Is the handsomest and most
durablo Iron ware pat on the
Como and inspect. You arc not
asked to bay.
75-79 KING ST.
Telephone No. 31.
Chinese and Japaneso Firms.
Big Importation of
Lalnsulai and RoinaVictoria
Just received by
Hotel fit., near Fort.
Shirts and Suits mado to ordor. Per
fect fit guarnntood.
LARGE STOCK OP GOODS ON HAND.
J. Hotel stroot near Nuuanu; oppo
alto Wavorloy Block. 991.
Importer of Japanese
Fancy and Staple Goods.
Cornor of Queon and Nuuanu Streets.
HOP WO COMPANY.
King Stroot, Palace Square
Crash Dux and LInon Suits mado to
order. Flno assortment of now and latost
designs Just arrived. Porfect Fit Quar
anteod. Lowest Prices.
K. SAKAMOTO, DYER,
ANNOUNCES to his Frionds that he
has romoved from Maunakea to No. 17
Beretanla street, opposite Kauniakaplll
Having lncreasod his plant ho solicits
the uatronauo of all. v
1041 Address P. O. Box 804.
W. W. AHANA
323 Nuuanu St.
Fine Suitings In English, Scotch and
American Goods made to ordor.
-Fostofllco box 080.
Wing WoTai & Go.
214 Nuuanu Street. '
Book and Job Printer
Morohant Street, Honolulu, H. 1
Over Hawaiian Now"B Company
OTHER SIDE OF THE CASE
Statement by Churchman in Regard to
Anglican Church Dispute.
Minister of Second Congregation Alleged to Rive
Ignored Constituted Counselors Sug
gestlon of Too Many Duties.
Concerning tho controversy bo
tweon tho Bishor) of Honolulu and
tho minister of tho Second Con
gregation, tho following are somo
of tho facts sent to tho BuLLETin
by a member of tho church, with
a request to publish thorn:
1. That the Hobrow and Obi
neso candidates were baptized
into tho faith not becauso thoy
voluntarily professed it, but bo
cause they wore told that it was
a necessary preliminary to tho
marringo ceremony, which was
their only objoct.
2. That the Hobrow candidate,
prior to his baptism by tho min
ister of the Second Congregation,
was fully examined by the Bishop,
who, being satisfied as to tho can
liduto's disqualification, politely
old him that under tho rules ho
:ould not bo married or baptized
y tho church. Ho was not
3. That as to tho Chinese can
i idate tbo Chinese mission in Ho-
mlulu has its deacon and commit-
eo whoso duty it is to investigate
antlers touching tho welfaro of
the church. That tho doacon and
committee wero fully informed as
io the antecedents of tho Ohincso
candidate. Bat they wore not ask
ed to givo their advice or to give
any information concerning their
1. That tho Bishop olaims tho
tlfnister of tho Second Concrona-
lion, being acquainted with tbo
acts, and more ospoemlly as tho
lsbop had alroady doomed in tho
ebrews caso. oucht to havo
hown at least somo courtosy by
onferring with his brother clorgy-
en on thoso mattors boforo act-
ng independently as ho did. That
ho Hebrew's subsequently going
'to the ministor amounted to an
kppoal from tho Bishop, whereas
(tho latter claims his decision was
1 C. That tho Bishop also claims
that, under tho circumstances, the
hineso candidate ought to havo
eon turned over to tbo Chinese
lesion, whoso deacon and co
workers havo more time to proper
y invostigato. That it was within
ho power of tho ministor ot tuo
econd Loncrocation to provent
riotion in theso matters, if he
ould only avoid doinc too much
with the limited timo at bis dis-
Blihoiu In Ihe Pulptti.
uuitaio, uct. iu. itov. oiepnon
Knminnki. Bishonof tho Indenen-
"-1 A f 1 lft M l- Al 1 . 4.Ita4tAB .F
UKIH JTU11BU VJUWUUU UUU1UU Ul
iMnffnln nnd reator of the church
'of Our Mother of Rosary, has
been oxcommumcateu oy tuo rope
of tho Roman Catholic church.
Tho deoroo of Romo was read in
nil tlm Rnmtin Catholio churches
e ii.: :... ..i... T : :,! n,nt
ul lllin uivy luuuy. j.i io nuiu wiui
itno object ot tuo uooument is to
fahow tbo seceders from the regu
jnr cnurcu irnii uio xuuepenuenv
Catholic Polish church does not
olong to Romo.
TIib Wrecked Htennier
London. Oct. 14. Tho ntnnmnr
nlohogan (tho Cleopatra) arrived
lit Now York August 1 last, on her
Inaiden trip from London. Sho
is a singlo-scrow steel vobsoI of
1510 tons register, 480 feet long
by 52 feet beam, and about thirty
six foot in dopth of hold. Sho has
(or bad; accommodations for 125
paBSongors and a capacity for be
tween eevon and eight thousand
tonB of freight and 700cattlo. Her
commander is Capt. Griffiths,
pom m odor e of the Atlantic trans
Krvr York Hoy. at Nan Julln,
Washington, Oot. 1C Tho fol
lowing dispatch was received at
the War Department this evening:
San Juan, Oot.' 1G. Adjutant
General, Washington: The Forty
seventh Now York arrived at Ban
Old fashions in drosB may bo ro
vived, but no old fashioned medi
cine can replaco Chamberlain's
Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Re
medy. For sale by Bonson, Smith
St Co,, Gen. Agents.
flint For fttinrlln It From the Knnr
of Out of Door Life.
Sr.nshluo nnd summer weather, how
delightful thoy arol But, llko many
other chnrroiug things, thoy tiro acooni
pauled hy certain drawbacks to thofo
who poswss u dcllcato skin. For thorn
(In '.iinimor mouths hold a curtalu
di.u'J They have a presonttmeut that
tliou (l.tinticet gowns and prettiest head
;. at' will ccaso to bo becoming when
tiiioi tho wnyward frocklo has placed Its
marks upon their faces. Fair women
mtfrr from theso visitants perhaps moro
than wiiiiipu who nro brunettes. But
thuxu latter uro not froo from them if
they havo a clear whito skin. Somo
times a f'-w hf thoso tiny spots only add
to tho c iinn of a pretty woman, but as
a rulo tli j -cad over t! kin to snch
mi extent us to spoil tho complexion al
together. It should bo burno In mind
that it is not only tho direct rays of tho
son that t'.ro answcrablo for thoo spots.
Koflcctcd i;laro, olthor from water or
buildings, has the samo effect on a doll
cato skin. Kvou tho clcctrio light is said
to affect homo complexions iu this way.
Tho first precaution to bo observed is
to soloct a bat whoso brim la wido
enough to giro a real shado, especially
when boating, cycling or riding. A veil
must always bo worn, but to bo of any
uso it should bo of gauzo and not of
either not or tullo. Bluo Is tho best
color to wear, but no doubt this is
slightly unbecoming. Whito is the noxt
best color1 or a dark cream. As to a
parasol or en tout cas, it should bo your
invariable companion in your walks
abroad. A scarlet parasol is tho best, as
by somo odd means tho skin is not so
apt to frceklo when shielded by this
Yon must wash your face as seldom
as possible When traveling, only do
this at night, mid add to tlio wator a
f ow drops of tincture of benzoin. Boforo
going out of doors lightly powder tho
f aco with finely pulverized rico or starch
powder. At night you must apply somo
lotion to tho faco that will havo a di
rect action on tho freckles, and sco that
your bedroom window is well shaded
from tho light and sunshino and sleep
with your window open.
, One of tho simplest remedies is to
wash tho faco iu buttermilk before go
ing to bed. This, howovcr, is only suit
ablo for n dry skin and should bo left
fcovcroly nlono if tho skin is at all in
clined to bo greasy. A lotion hometlmos
used is ono-quarter of a pint of oil of
turpeutino, in which aro diksolvcd 'iV,
grams of powdered camphor and ouo
gram of swoct almond oil. This must
bo painted on each spot lightly and Msp-
uratoly with a tiny earners hair brusli.
An old time frecklo wash, when tho
skin is greasy, consists of ono ouuco of
alum, two tablcspooufals of lemon
Juice, n pint of elder flower wator, ouo
iuuco of vinegar, and tuo somo amount
3f Jamaica rum and alcohol. Another
much tried recipe is sal ammoniac, one
dram; distilled water, ono pint, and eau
do cologne, two tlnid drums.
4 llonr to Wash One' Fnre.
Under ordinary conditions, tho face
needs washing but onco u day, and that
Ju tho morning. A rotary motion with
tho hands during tho bath is excellent.
A stooping position over tho basin is
bad for tho muscles of tho face. The
faco should bo held erect during manip
ulation. Tho faco should bo dried with
a soft towl, also with a rotary motion.
llio oily wan may bo Improved by fre
quent manipulation. It helps to normal
ize tho pores. Tho movement should bo
upward and outward. A jiasto of flno
tablo salt is excellent for a healthy skin,
but should not bo used under other con-
lltious. It should bo moistened with
ailk or wan r. Rub it woll over the
aco, not oftencr than onco a week.
Vash otr thoroughly, and dry with a
ok towel. 'J Ills sandpapers oil somo of
lio cuticl'i uud stimulates tho paplllio
uu capillary circulation and promotes
Healthy condition, hays u complexion
pocialUt who gives tho foregoing ad-
Three Dortora In Conaiiltutlon.
From Benjamin franklin.
"When you aretlck.uhat you like best If to be Clio-
ten for a medicine In Ihe first place uhat experlenct
ells you is test, to be cnosen In Ilia second place
that reason (I. f ., Theory) says is best Is to be cho
ten In the last place. Uut If you can Bel Dr. Inclfna-
ion, ur. experience ana Dr. Keason lo hold a consu
ailon togelher.lhey will give you the best advice that
Whon you have a bad cold Dr.
Inclination would recommend
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy bo
ynuso it is pleasant and safo to
ako. Dr. Experience would rooom
piend it because it never fails to
effect a speedy and pornianont
euro. Dr. Reason would rocom
mend it because it is prepared on
scientific priuoiplns, rind oil na
ture's plan in relieving tho lungs,
oponing tho scoretions awl-restoring
tho systom to a natural and
healthy condition. For sale by
Benson, Smith k Co., Gnn. Agonts.
The lJint Cur.
The last cars of tho King street
lino going to Waikiki and Balama
pass the Anchor Saloon. The
cloverost mixologists in tbo oity
aro there always to put you up
anything you may desire. Drop
in and tako a drop boforo you take
tho car. Tho colebrntod Soattlo
beer is to be had horo on dranglit.
A full lino of liquors including
John Dowar's Scotch, O. P. S.,
etc, always on hand. Tho most
oxaoting and varied demands oan
be satisfied. The Anohor Saloon
j is here to pleaBO its patrons.
FASHIONS FOR DOGS.
The FTernlllnr Mode In and for Canine
Since dogs aro fnshlunsnblo they havo
their own fashions also, which Paris sets ns
oarolully as alio does thoso for human bc
lngs. It U the correct thing for a .Kxxlle
to wear a ornccict utxm ono of Ills fore
paws. A put? must hnvo a lnctiil eollnr.
A King Charles spaniel prop0rl wuurs a
ribbon around his neck and Is soiuetlines
llkowlso provided with llttlo boots. In or
der to presorvo the long silky hair ou his
feet. Tiny terriers uro adorned wl'h jo-.v
els, which in culd weather uie nrningiil
on tho hack of tliu Utile men mti nf t:nij
orbclBoekilliultlifurlil-.il Hick Grey
bounds, with h were omv m in nil finor-
tea. nro mi lonuer I lie mi-ile Inn e wntuli
logs bclliK preferred Dunes tollies. St
iernnrds, etr Hunting l.- i'" ..nrwry
lio regulation collar of le.it lier with n
ictnl plato Among the lnt ineiitloii.'ii
lass of niiltuuW coekrr Fiuiniels nnd fox
brrlers enjoy givat poiuliuily
Today's Illustration Mums a pretty
own of clmniolH voile, tli.i skirt liailiig
deep, polntetl tarller, llMin which nclr
ulnrcklrt U iiiuiinteil 'I'lie trlninilnu
ptinststsof bias li.uulsof plaid tafi'eta The
oso bodice litis a short. Miimre Ii.imiiio at
io bark nnd a k1 lit In front and button;
tho fchluor tlm waist with nil. cr buttons
laid reveis open over a pink Mlk elieiul
tte, and plnlil li.iuds trim the lmdlcuund
eoes. 'llio lltt'u wrap whleh iiiatelies
ds gown In of tho voile, haUug n pointed
ko iriuimcu Willi plain luinils nnd n
nltlngof black Ineu around llio edge of
io rumo 'l no collar, coipillles nnd cravat
or Uluol: two Ultli this cohtuniu In
rorn a lia. of whito strnw adorned with
ilnk roses Juoic Umollet.
rlio Wrildlnc- Oown ami He Various In-
rormcrly a brldo's nmver book was nl-
ways whito, but now colors nro used
duo, green chamois, grny, salmon, Hlao
.ml oun g.irnot Gray, lavender nnd nalo
rrcon or fiiIuioii nro tho tints preferred nt
As tho back of tho lirlilnl gown Is tho
art chlelly visible to tho guests nt a well
ing, special caro tlionM bo tiikon that it
In overy way nronerly adjusted. Tho
rlneess stylo Is that usually cho&en for
W KDD1NO GOWN.
wedding gownB, but It Is better that tho
fastening should bo under tho arm or nt
ono sldo of tho front than nt tho back, as
It Is In tho lubt case too conspicuous Tho
collar should not I so high as to Impede
the. movement of tho head, ns that causes
awkwardness, but It should bo stitllclently
trimmed so that tho neck Is not vtslblo
between the lialr nnd tho collar Tho
handkerchief, howover beautiful ought
not to bo kept In evidence. As to the
skirt, tho train Is ot course long, nnd at
tho sides nnd front tho 6l;lrt also drugs
slightly iiKn the Hoar, that llio feet may
not bo iu tight
Tho plvturo shows a wedding gown of
Ivory creH) do chtno ocr ivory satin, Tho
t nil ned skirt Is composed of a round tabller
and a circular Uounoo, three bunds, of
shirred niolro ribbon being curried around
Just above tho tlounco and designing a
Louis XV knot tit tho sldo, whoro a clus
ter of orangu (lowers Is also placed Tho
pointed bodleo is also trimmed with shir
red rlblion, which forms a bow on tho
bosom and between tho shoulders behind
The sleeves are trlmmod to match, and tho
guimpo Is of plaited moussollno do solo.
Tho corselet of moussollno do solo has long
sash cuds nt tho back, tormlnatlug lu three
ruffles. Jcmc Cuollkt,
"As to this patriotic movomont for dis
pensing with French articles of udorn
ment," observed Itlvcrs during a pause In
tho conversation, "it would bo something
gained it many of tho young women who
think thor uso tho French laniruiuru would
I patriotically give it up." Chtenga Trlb-
UQO. , .
f Incorporated Under tub Laws)
or the Hawaiian Republic.
Capital Subscribed, 400,000
Capital Paid Up, - $300,
OI'KICKHS AND DIltKCTOHS:
Cham, m, Cookk, I'rosldont.
.1. 11. Atukiiton, Viee-l'rosldent
C. It. Cooki:, Cashlor.
1 C. Atukiiton, Secretary.
1 lonry Watorhouso,
1''. V. Macfarlnno,
K, D. Tonnoy,
J. A. McCandloss.
Hxchnnge drawn on Wolls, Fargo it
Co.'s llank In Man Francisco and Now
York, and their i-orrosiondents through
out tho world.
Oriontal corrospondonts, Tho Hong
kong and Shanghai Hanking Corpora
tion, tho Chartered llank of India, Aus
tralia nnd China.
Attention given to general banking
Safo doposlt boxes tonted by month
or year. 10 io
Architects, Contractors and Builders.
OK ALL KINDS.
Dealers in Lumber and Coal.
ALLEN & KOBINSON,
Queen street, Honolulu.
O. G. TKAPHAGEN,
223 Merchant St., Honolulu,
Uetwcon Fort and Alakea,
Telephone : : : 784
If you want MODERN PLUMB
ING at MODERN PRICES consult
Latest designs In Bath Tubs and
28 Hotel street.
F, H. REDWARD,
Contractor and Builder.
OQlces and Stores fitted up and
Estimates given on
ALL KINDS OP WORK.
tST Office and 8hop: No. 019 Fort street,
adjoining W. W. Wright's Carriage Bhop.
To My Patrons and the Public.
Having recovered from my re
cent illnoss, I am again prepared
to do all kinds of Tinsmith and
Pltimhinrr work nn Imrntnfnrn.
Thanking you for past favors, I
respectfully solicit a continnance
of tho same.
JAS. NOTT, Jr.
tfir Tel. 844.
Monuments and Headstones,
Tho undorslgnod Is prepared to do
CEMETERY WORK OF ALL KINDS,
and Btipply MONUMENTS and HEAD
STONES of which ho has a groat va
riety of tho Latest and Most Artistic
DoslgtiH, and will also supply Stono Cop
ing soparatoly for Mirrottudlng como
I Estimates given In Marblo, Ora
nlto, Hawaiian Stono, etc.
A New Paint Shop.
liming nssoclutod with ns Mr. John
II. West, a practical House 1'alntor,
Docorutor and Wood Polisher, we are
now prepared to glvo estimates on all
kinds of work in that lino.
Mr. Wost having had a practical ox
jiorlonco of over twenty years In San
Francisco and othor largo cltlos on tho
Coast, wo fool conlldont that any work
entrustod to us will glvo entire satisfac
tion to our patrons.
Peerless PresetYln. Paint Co.
In tho prices of Iron Foncoj 38 cents per
foot und up buys a first-class wrought
and malleable fonco, erected comploto,
palntod at factory and again after set
Monumonts of all kinds dlroct from
quarrlos, at prices unheard of Jn Hawaii.
Solo Agonts for Swift it Company,
packers of Ohlcugo.
Also a large list of genuine bargains
In Roal Estate, wlileh, (f you will step
In and' examine, will save you monoy.
Hawaiian Iron Penes and Monu
ANKR0M & HENDRICK
815 FORT STREET.
Small ads. In the Bulletin are not
oVerBliadow'ed by bigger ones.
Sjti J'.rtnHwo Agtnt Till NlVADl BaHK OF
DBAW BXCnAHUl OK
in FniNCisco The Nevada Bank ot Ban
.undor Tho Union Bank of London, Ltdi
w Yore American Exchange National
Jiikiauo Merchants National Bank.
a ins Comptolr National d'Escompt de
Bsrxin Drcsdncr Bankt
UONOKONO AND TOKOUAMA Hongkong A
ShanKhal Banking Corporation.
Nkt Zialamd aud Australia Bank of New
Victoria and Vahcouvir Bank ot British
msact a General Banting and Ettkme Business
Dcpoltts Received. Loans made on Ap
proved Security. Commercial and Travelers
Credits Issued. Bills of Exchange bought
ind sold. J
COLLICTIONS PROMFTLT AOCOUItTSD FOB. 1
mBMQM & 3Q.
Savings Deposits will bol
recelvod and lnterost allowod by this' '
Bank at four and ono-half por cont.
por annum. Tho terms, rulos and
regulations of tho Hawaiian Postal Sav
ings Bank havo boon adopted as far an
It is practicable to apply thorn, and the
Cash Rosorvo of $50,000 as roqulrod un
der tho Postal Act will bo maintained.
Prlutod coplos of tho Rulos and Reg
ulations may bo obtalnod on application.
BISHOP fc CO.
BISHOP 5c do.
Transact a Gonoral Banking
ind Exchange Business.
Commercial and Traveler's
Letters of Credit issued, avail
able in all tho principal cities
)f the world.
Interest allowed after July
1, 1898, on fixed deposits 3
months 3 por cent., 6 months
3J por cent., 12 months 4
Tfe Yokohama Specie Ban
Subscribed Capital Ten 12,000,000
Paid Up Capital Ten 10,600,000
Reserve Fund Ten 6,060,600
HEAD OFFICE, YOKOHAMA.
BRANCHES AND AQENOrES.
Kobe, London, Lyons, New York,
San Frnnolsoo, Shanghai,
Bombay, Hong Kong,
Transaots a Qeneral Banking and Ex
Agenoy Yokohama Spetle Bank
Hew RpMic BnllUng, 111 Kins si, Honolulu.
Pioneer Building and
Assets June SO, 1898, $113,632,51.
Honey Loaned on Approved Security,
I Havings Bank for Monthly Deposits!
Bouses Built on tha Monthly Installsant
Seventeenth Series of Stook now open.
For farther particulars apply to
A. V. GBAE, Seoretary.
Chamber of Commerce Rooms.
Office hours, 12i30 li30PJI. 873-tf.
Surgeons and Physicians.
DR, W. E. TAYLOR.
OFFICE: Corner Richards nnd Bere
tanla Sta. Ofilco Hours: 10 to A.
Tolephono 517. 1035
DR. C. L. GARVIN
Ofilco: 637 Kino Stoeet, near Punch
bowl, Honolulu, H. I.
TELEPHONE No. 448
Hours: 8:30 to 11 a. m.: 3 to 5 p. irr.j
7 to 8 p. m.
Iron and Brass
MADE TO ORDER QUICKLY
t&SBicycle Repairing ln 'chtu
J. T. LUND,
Union Stroot (Bell Tower)..
WllEhl Machine Work promptly done.
Honolulu Iron Works' Co.
Improvod and modorn SUGAR MA
CHINERY of overy capacity '"" des-
and RIVETED PIPES 'for irrigation
inn iuoio u oimsiuny. 1'articuiar atten
tion paid to JOB WORK, and repairs ox
ecutod at Bhortoat rtotlco . 1035