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THE EVENING HONOLULU, BULLETIN: H. I., NOVEMBER 11, 1899.
Published Every Day, except Sunday,
at 210 King street, Honolulu, II. I.,
BULLETIN PUBLISHING COMPANY.
W. B. PAItUINOTON Editor
DANIEL LOQAN City Editor
Edward Everett Hale
Por month, nnywhero In II, 1...$ .75
Per year, In II. 1 8.00
Per year, postpaid, U. S., Camula
or Mexico 10.00
Per year, postpaid, other foreign
Payable Invariably In advance.
Post Ofllco Box 718
TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 11, 1899.
Aguinaldo has again issued a pro
clamation from Ills overworked type
writer. This document again de
monstrates the wisdom of Mr. Dool
ey's remark that Aggie is a patiiot
Anti-expansionist heroes pet little
consolation from the report of the
Philippine commission relative to the
Filipino capacity for self government.
No wonder Godkin has withdrawn
ftom the livening Post editorship.
Walter G. Smith, who is to as
sume editorial control of the Adver
tiser is a thorough newspaperman,
an able writer and will unquestion
ably give to his paper a strong in
dividuality. The newspaper fra
ternity and the people of Honolulu
extend to Air. Smith a cordial greet
Vice - President Hobart's with
drawal from public life takes from
the Executive and legislativedepart
ments one of the strongest and most
highly esteemed men ever in the
ViQ'-President's chair Hobart has
made his position something more
than a nonenity. He has been in
perfect ace- rd with the President
and rendered no little assistance in
dealing with the important problems
before the Government. Hobart has
been a staunch friend to Hawaii,
and while our people sincerely re
gret the necessity of his withdrawal,
they have the satisfaction tiiat the
vacancy will be filled by Senator
Frye, a friend equally true to our
At tho recent Unitarian Conference
held In Washington, D. C. Dr. Everett
Halo (liscitBscd, with deep Interest, tho
question why Unltarianlsm had not
swept over tho country.
Ho thought thnt no nominally Unita
rians wero few, yet nctually tho Unita
rian spirit had penetrated and pervad
ed every religious community on tho
continent. Ho said that Unitarians
had shaken tho trco whllo other deno
minations had picked up tho fruit. Ho
explained that Unltnrlunlsm had not
become n morn formidable Institution
lipcauso. of Individualism among Uni
tarians. "Thrco Unitarians cannot
como together nnywhero on tho conti
nent," said ho, humorously, without
having two of them sit down and dls
puto nbnut tho proposition tho third
wished lo adopt." Unitarian tracts,
declared Dr. Halo, only go Into doctrine.-
They do not attack Institutions
which are the chains.
Dr. Halo vigorously nttacked what
he termed want of candor In the pulpit
of today. He quoted Prof. Jcwett, who
Mild that ho hud lived In Cambrldgo
fifteen years nnd hnd not been Into a
church where ono mnn had snld what
ho believed. "I don't mcanto say thnt
all preachers aro liars, my dear
friends," commented Dr. I Into. "I only
say that they lack candor. And that Is
tho whole truth. The people, not tho
people of fashion or of what tho Eng
lish call the upper class, but tho wagc
enrneis, simply do not believe tho
milliliters. Tho lnborlng men of the
country distrust tho churches. Eccles
lastlclsm hns mnnnged to give the min
isters and tho churches n very bad
name. Churches care mote for organ
ization than they do for tho cause of
Joans Christ. I don't say there Is no
freedom In the Presbyterian church,
for Instance hut I do say that Its pres
ent government, Is so tyrannical that
It breeds nrlstocracy and autocracy.
Men far advanced In that church can
say nnd do say what they please, but a
young clergyman Just out of u hcologl
cnl seminary does not and cannot with
Impunity utter the samo sentiments.
"I onco asked an eminent Presby
tia Inn clcrrgyman a question. I said
to him: 'Now supposo u young gradtt-
nto of Harvard College, and of tho Hnr-
nrd Medical School should go with
letters of Introduction to Wllkcshnrro,
l'a hang out his shlnglo und not tnko
a sitting In tho Presbyterian church
thero .wouldn't ho stnrvo within less
than two years?' And my friend nald:
'Well, Dr. Hale, I'm sorry you men
tioned WIlKesbarre, but I think you aro
right. Ho would starvo to n cer
tainty.' Now, that's only ono Instanco
which Is true throughout tho country.
That Is why I havo said and say now
thnt on account of Its organization tho
Presbyterian Church Is tho greatest
enemy to human liberty, religious
and social, In America. Our organiza
tion Is In no danger of any such mis
fortune. Our danger lies in tho ten
dency to get-Into tho Indifferent Intel
lectual phase which Is Just as bad as
medloval instltutlonnllsin. Wo must
speak as children of Cod to children
of God. Wo must not only discredit
doctrine, but also discredit ecclesiasti
See him shoot."
King Air Guns
is all right,
ONLY $1.25, at
R. A. DEXTER, Manager.
THE ORPHEUM LICENSE.
Homo of ottr regular prlcos:
Dtiuior Silt, 5(1 pieces, In four
pnttofiiH $7 00
Tugs, set of thrcpr. 60
Ton Pots, ctono 2.5
Fancy dipt and Smicors 25
Tumblers, per doon ft')
Kerry Set", s veil pieces I0
Popper Shakers 10
Wlno OIukh'S, per dor. m 00
.Salad Howls 35
Nlckle Mending Lamps with Poieo-
laln Shade 1 :15
Hnndv Lantern? 25
Night Lamps SO
Lamp Chlmnoys, oacl in
Lamp Wicks, por dozen 10
...Importers of Crockory and Houo..
Commencing Monday, Nov. 4th, (
ON ACCOUNT OF THE RAINY WEATHER, OUK SALE OF
TEMPLE OF FASHION
and Coffee Pots,
Cups -0 Saucers,
Mte Hardware Co,, Ltd.,
Solo Acorns Jewel Stoves, coal or
wood ; (lueiney Cloanablfl ItofrlgeM.
tors, Standard Wtcklosi Hlno Flame Oil
Stoves. Primus Stoves.
Peed it Birtim'j l'lulod nnd Sterling
-Von Holt lllock, King street.
Merchant street oiitrnuca next to the
Pnsiolllce, through our arcade.
Prices ioc and 5C per yard.
Line of btautlful LADIES' CAPES, suitable for cold weather and holiday wear, just
' landed by the Australia.
First line of Ribbons, former price 25c, reduced to '..5 cts per yard
First line of Laces, former prices 15c, 20c ana 25c, reuueeu to 5 cis per yaw
Ladles' Belts at 5 ts each
Ladles' Shirt Waist?, at 10 cts each
Ladles' Collars, at - -Sets each
Ginghams, at 2 yards for J1.00
t-lne Lawns, at z yarus ior i.co
Lace Curtains, at Half Price
Ladles' Undershirts, at 5 for 25 cents
tOP A beautiful chance to buy goods at very low prices, at the Temple of Fashion,
commencing next Monday, October 23, 1899.
M. PALAU, Manager.
When the Patent Of lice
- Grants a patent on a food product, you may be sure that the article lias merit,
originality and novel features, which must be new or no patent could be Rran'e'd.
This applies to the
tSALPHA HOME PUDDING.JM1
Not a simple cornstarch preparation, but something new,
Cocoanut Farina. Choco ate. Rice. Tapioca, and Lemon
for six persons, and at the low price of 10c, or 1 for 23 cents,
Five kinds to choose from
ioca, and Lemon Cream. One Pudding enough
The Orplieum liquor license busi
ness seems to be on a par with the
numerous peculiar things turned out
by the Executive.,. It appears that
atthe first discussion, the Cabinet
was diuded. Cooper and Damon
favored the license and Mr. Dole
and Mott-Smith were against it. The
matter was then left to a decision
frpm Marshal Brown. He reported
in favor of the license, with the re
sult that the promoters of the com
pany, believing that the report from
the police department would be ac
cepted, expended considerable
money to prepare for the new order.
The objection was then raised, by
the opponents of the license in the
Cabinet, that the place would not
be properly conducted. This was
met by a guarantee from such men
as C. S.Desky, M. P. Robinson,
Edgar Halstead and H. M. von Holt
that the place would be properly
conducted. Now the license is re
fused whether or no. If the Orplie
um were a hot bed of sin and vice,
the public might be able to accept
the decision of the Cabinet. Under
the circumstances, the decision ap
pears to be based on a narrow foun
dation of bigotry.
Had Ten Tins.
Frank Urinso, fireman on the trans
port Leelanaw, was caught red handed
at bbout 12:30 o'clock this morning,
with ten tins of opium in his clothes.
Brlnso was coming down off tho
transport and had reached tho foot of
tho gangway when stopped by Guard
Mitchell. Brlnso fought and all but
pushed tho Custom IIouso ofllccr in tho
water. Mitchell drow bis revolver and
loveled it at the fireman's head. Drlnso
concluded i.t was best to surrender,
(luard Kaomca took charge of tho pris
oner and Mitchell telephoned for In
Bpcctor Neeloy who, arriving, took tho
man to tho pollco station.
In tho Pollco Court this forenoon
Hrlnso pleaded guilty to tho charge of
unlawful possession of opium and was
fined 250 and costs.
(Composed by tbo lato King Kulu
kaua on board the S. S .Oceanic while
on his tour around tho world In 1881.
Translated from Hnwnllan by J. N. K.
A glimpse of yonder native shores
Mlno eyes In eagerness expect,
Offering prayers of Homo Sweet Homo,
O, let not ray longing be for naught;
Tho soft wblto ocean foams
OH yonder beloved shores I yearn,
And when homeward I nm bound
My wandering thoughts do cense;
My patient Lover, of thco I dream
With Mallo wreathes on thy neck;
Tell mo ye tempestuous sens
How long wilt thou stay mo?
To greet theo now, nlas, In vain,
The mighty seas between us llo
Yet of thee my Lovo I sing
Our re-unlon my heart Is llxud;
lour dovotlon and abiding faith
Tho guiding btnr on my way;
And when the gloiio I've encircled
Love, my only gift to thee, I bring.
KAPIOLANI TO KINO KALAKAUA.
(Reply to tho nbovo).
"la oe 0 ka La o Alohl nel."
O thou glorious Sun
Thy radiance encircles the globe,
Show forth thy wondrus beauty
To tbo rndlant light unexcelled;
Thou hast traversed realms unknown
Illumining tho loftiest heights;
1'liott hnst seen tho glory of Hlmnhiyu
Whoro soft and gentle waters How;
A mountain resplendent In beauty
Ilenowued for grandeur and loftiness;
Kalanl is exalted and seated on high
Thou hast trodden sacred altars afar
Sailing on tho billowy waves
Of the gontlo and tranquil seas.
firing hither tho isles
Companions for theo O King
On thy solitary Journey
Thou nlono art traversing;
Tho light by day thy guide;
Thy enemies wither and fado away
Angry lips of devellsh foes,
Long may thou live, O King
Tho crown of glory thy reward.
KnnsaH Battery fop Philippines.
Abilene, Kansas, Nov. 3. Captain
GoorgM N .Watson, of Company I,
Twentieth Kansas, Just returned, has
secured Government permission to or
gnnizo a Knnbns battery of light artil
lery with 170 men nnd 'six rapid-Are
Hotchklss guns. Ho will return to the
Philippines to light under General
Funs ton nyxt. month, Tho battery will
be organized here and many of Wat
son's old company will re-enlist.
Which is now on sale
at the lowest market rates.
Non-Shrinking Patent Red
wood Tanks, assorted sizes,
from 00 to 10000 gallons ea.
Best Rubber Hose, assorted
sizes, Yi to 2 inch.
Suction Hose and Steam
Hose, assorted sizes.
Different kinds of Packing,
Patent Wash-Out' Closets.
with latest improvements.
Penn. Lawn Mowers, 10, 12,
14 and Kincli.
Steel Road Scrapers, Tubular
Wheelbarrows. Champion Ca
nal Wheelbarrovvs,Extra Heavy
DvAdl.inj. Dlmilr A.-.n'. Clnnl
uicartiiiK i iuwo, rvvint; a jicci
Plows, Perfect Rice Plows, as
Is on In full swine, and we are prepared to
outfit you In anything vou may require In
the way of Full Dress Goods.
HERE YOU HAVb a partial list of the
many things you will want for the open
ing night: A full dress suit, either
Tuxedo or skirt coat, a full dress vest
white or black, a full dress shirt, a full
dress tie, a full dress pair of gloves, set of
full dress studs and cuff buttons, nnd a
ALL THESE THINGS may be had at
either of our two stores, and at prices that
will astonish you. Our dress suits are
from the BEST manufacturer In the
States, and require no altering ; they fit
when you put them on, and that Is more
than a tailor-made suit will do:
Wl TH THE COMING of the S. S.
Australia also came our delayed stock of
Straw and Felt Hats, which we will have
on show to-day; also a magnificent line of
Neckwear, the largest .single Importation
of neckwear ever made In this town for a
WE CANT BEGIN to mention the
styles; you can have anything In the way
or scans mat are worn, in a variety or de
signs, and silks that will astonish you.
We Make Shirts to Ordor.
Nob. O und II Hotel tttrcct, and
Corner l-c7rt nnd Hotel streets.
TELEPHONES 676 AND 96.
Telephone 680. Orpheum Block, Fort Street,
A full line of Staple and Fancy Groceries at Lowest Prices,
M. .1. .1 W. ' r,
M" "IS "W" "W" "W"
Daoinannn Into ati Dniifli Unirfrirt
c ncoiuDiiurj uuio uu rawno hoikiiid
"The Man With the Hoe," etc., by Mark
ham. "Makapala-bythe-Sea" new book on the
Islands, by Miss Prescott.
"Stalky & Co "-Kipling.
"David Hanim," (the book of the year,)
"When Knighthood Was In Flower-Cas-
"In the Forbidden Land"-Landor.
"A Dash for a Throne" Marchmart.
"When the Sleeper Wakes"-H. G.Wells.
"The Jacksonlan Epoch" Peck.
"The Development of English Thought"
"From Sea to Sea"-Klpllng.
"The Capslna" Benson.
"An Incident arid Other Happenings"
"Through the Turf Smoke" McManus.
And hundreds of others.
ARE NOW OFFERED FOR SALE.
No residence DroDertv havine similar advantages and
attractions, as for healtmulness of location, having an eleva
tion of from 170 to 800 feet, and affording the grandest marine
and scenic views ; as also its proximity to the business part
of the city, being less than a mile from the Progress Block,
has ever before been presented to the people of Honolulu.
One of the main features of this property, and procured
at great expense, is the abundant supply or pure spring water,
pronounced by Dr. C. B. Wood as being the purest and best
drinking water obtainable in the Island, which is now being
conducted into storage reservoirs upon the property by an
independent pipe line, and will be supplied to residents at
OUR GUARANTEE: We guarantee to all pur
chasers of lots on Pacific Heights, that we will, within six
months, provide rapid transportation to the highest lots on
the property, connecting the" same with the Honolulu Rapid
Transit Co.'s line on Pauoa Road, at the beginning of Katu
TERMS : l$ cash, in one year, i in two years ;
interest 6 per cent, per annum on deferredpayments.
Our carriage will convey parties desiring to inspect the
property to and from the same.
For maps and full particulars call at our office, Rooms
7 and 8 Progress Block.
BRUCE WARING & CO.
The Hawaiian Hardvue Co.
PfslteSprf kels1 Bank.
J. M. WEBB,
316 FORT STREET.
The most complete and up-to-date
ever imported into Honolulu. Ca
meras ot all kinds, hresh Films,
Plates, Photographic papers, Chem
40,000 card mounts and Christ
mas novelties of all kinds without
426 Fort Street.
Ex "Mary E. Foster,"
Trottors and Pncera
Light and Heavy Draft
W" H "H"
l r r
Only a few left. G00J Alllker.
Honolulu Stock-yards Co
Corner Alakea and.