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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, II. T., MONDAY, JANUARY 14, IDOL
We Will Sell
for One Week Only
PlE SILK TAFFETAS
IN A LARGE VARIETY
OF COLORS, .
1 .00 A Yard.
NOW IS YOUR OPPORTUNITY.
N. S. Sachs Dry Goods
Visitors are cordially Invited to
call and inspect our gallery of life
sizeoyal photos, from Kamehameht
I. to date.
At the Old Stand
On Fort Street ::
a New Lot of . . .
Key West and
Beaver Lunch Rooms.
H. J. NOLTB.
P. O. Box ?si hltni Contiponltnci Solicited.
FINKE & ASBAHR,
Have removed from Mrs. Williams'
Undertaking Parlors to the CORNEK
OF CHAPLAIN LANE, opposite the
Catholic Mission, Fort St., and would
be pleased to meet their old customers.
G. A. GROTE
Merchant -:- Tallore
Cleaned and Repaired
FIRST CLASS WORK GUARANTEED
Union St. near Hotel uoi
Set of 5 maps, $2.00
SO CENTS EAOII
On sale at office of . . .
TUB . . .
HAWAII LAND CO.
Capital Stock -Capital,
VV. 0. Achl President A Manager
M. K. Nakulna Yleo President
J. Makatnai Treasurer
Enoch Johnson ...Hecretary
(Joo. L. Desha - ...Auditor
BOARD OF DIRECTORS:
- J. W. Blplkane.
The abovo Company will buy, lease,
or sell UuJj In all paru of the Hawaiian
Islands; and also has houses In the City
of Honolulu for rent. U89-yl
W. C. ACHI & CO.
Brokers & Dealers
XT We will Bq or ,! Real Estate U
ill putf of the group,
tr We will BeUFioptrtlMonBeaiOD-
able Commissions i
OFFICE. 10 West Kino Street
Real Estate Broker.
223 MERCHANT ST.
Property In town and suburbs
. and HOUSES TO LET.
T. R. MOSSMAN
Real Estate Agent
Searcher of Title . .
.nd other Rings, Watches, Brace
us, Pins, and an extensive variety
HI. GK KLR,
404 FORT STREET.
AN AUSPICIOUS BEGINNING
OF TEMPERANCE CAMPAIGN
One Hundred and Twenty-five Pledg
ed to Abstain from Drink-Central
Union Church Crowd
ed Last Night.
Stormy weather prevailed nil Aiy
Sunday with little or no moderation tu
the evening. Yet Central Union church
was crowded (or the first meeting In
the series of Mr. Francis Murphy's
visit. At Misses Ackerman and Mur
cutt's meeting at Kawalahao church in
tho afternoon Mr. Murphy had given a
At Central Union church the great
teetotal advocate had cery thing to
himself. Th result proved that his
method of advocacy a plain appeal
from man to man of the folly and
danger of di.nk for drink's sake and
Boclablllty Is one of great power.
Mr. Murphy was harder on the hos
pitable sideboard nnd decanter than on
the saloon. Habituated drunkards were
challenged to deny that they were not
dissatisfied thcmseUcs, and young ft
Ions Just entered on the course nssuv
ed, by one who had been through tho
mill, that the habit was not a smart
thing at nil.
As a sample of the pleading of thU
veteran fisher of men take the follow
"Why, If you want to get the best pn-
sltlon and tho best pay, you have got tn
stny sober. And when you have got
ten over all tho temptations nnd aro
saved from drink, don't you know 't'
a glorious thing the consciousness of
being free from such n vile bondage?
Ah, It's tho victories we have won that
mako us feel good tho victories wo
hnve won nn'd, If we have lost, the vic
tories we have lost are very bitter, my
friends. Some old poet has said, 'We
only know the life we havo lived.' and
how true, how true It 1st Some people
Rtnrt out and everything they touch
seems to turn to gold, and others, alaa,
everything they touch turns to ashes,
Ah, it we do our best, no matter what
misfortune comes to us, wo have got
that great reward tho glorious con
sciousness that wo have done the lery
best we could, and that means much
And wealth Is not everything anyway;
when wealth comes, why fashion often
comes along, and fashion Is a touchv
thing, It sometimes stands In the way
of tho soul's salvation. I don't know If
any of you here tonight are very weal
thy, or It you nro troubled with fash
Ion. I don't sco much evidence of
cither; you nro a plain, sensible-look
ing crowd. Thank God for the simpli
city of love. I am not suro but that
fashion has not done as much harm to
tho church of God as anything clso In
tho world. In t times of election yon
hnve seen men whoop It up for votes
how they will run about and send nut
carriages to bring a man In to vote,
nnd glvo him flvo dollars sometimes
to Jolly him along. Why don't you to
that, you fellows, when you want some
body to come to church? Send out your
carriages, you thnt have them, and
bring pcoplo to church, why not? I tell
you that when you want to catch fish
you go where the fish are! When yn.t
want to catch people, why don't you
go whero tho peoplo nro? They nro lots
easier to catch. People want to bo
sympathized with; they want to !w
loved; of course they do; why don't
you Just love them? That's tho way to
save them! Oh, the simplicity of lovo!
There, maybe, nre among ou somo no-
bio men, Odd Fellows, Knights of Py
thias nnd other lodges; why don't you
organize to como to church sometime?
Why don't you como pouring In here
and surprise us? What n revival there
would bo If you only would, and hrw
wo would rejoice!"
In conclusion, ho mndo this slmplo
appeal, nnd then went through the
aisles shaking hands with people:
"Now I have told you a part of what
I havo to tell you but I wilt say no more
tonight. Say, I want you to sign this
pledge. Don't lenve mo.'
While tho hymn "Throw out tho llfi
lino" was being sung, men went for
ward to sign tho pledge to tho number
of a hundred and twenty-five. Each
Blgncr was Invested with n bluo rlbbor
Tho Central Union choir was nn ex'
cellent musical Interspersing of the ex
crclses, Prof. Ingalls accompunylng 01:
the organ nnd H. l WIchman singing
Tho meetings continue nightly for
two weeks, with a special S.itutday
TO CURE A COLD'W ONE DAY.
Tako Laxative riromo Quinine Tablets.
All druggists refund tho money If It
falls to cure. E. W. Grove's signature
Is on each box. 25 cents.
Tli oso wishing reliable horses, ex
perlenced drivers, new rigs, fair prices
and courteous treatment should call ul
tho Territory Stables. Their telephono
bhu 1 SnUluAnu
New York, Jan. 3. A special to the
Herald from Washington says: Army
officers are discussing the proposition
for a colonial army.
"The proposition for n colonial ar
my," said Lieutenant General Miles, "if
dc eloped properly, would seem to hae
advantages. The Idea Is not on en
tirely new one, as our present volun
teer force of 35.000 men was enlisted
exclusively for service In the Philip
pines, nnd the pending army reor
ganlzatlon bill provides for an Increase
In the army, at tho President's dlscre
tlon, to meet the present emergency tn
those Islands or any other Incident that
"It seems, however, that the trouble
In the Philippines Is not of as tem
porary a character as has been predict
ed. In view of this It might be well
to model somewhat after England's
Indian nrmy, where the natives of In
din are enlisted and made to do ex
cellent pollco and campaign uoik."
Adjutant General Corbln pointed out
tha the suggestions for n colonial
army arc In line Ith the policy which
will be observed by the War Depart
ment. "A man," said Gen. Corbln, "will be
enlisted for service In any part of tho
country or In nny ono of our dependen
cies ho may select. If ho desires to
service In the Philippines he will be
enlisted for n regiment Bervlng there;
If for Cuba fur a regiment serving In
Cuba; It for New York harbor, for a
regiment serving nt Governor's Island
or Fort Hamilton.
"Tho department will be glad to dis
charge an enlisted man, after his en
listment has expired In the Philippines.
It he so wishes, and In order thnt he
may he In a position financially tn en
gage In buslnes will pay to him tht
sum which would be required to de
fray his transportation nnd mess ex
penses to the United States. Arizona
nnd New Mexico were settled by men
discharged from tho nrmy In those ter
ritories after their enlistments had expired."
Inspector General Dreckenrldgc said: i
"I nm In fnvor of nn nrmy the size of
which shall be based upon Lleutennnt
General Miles' recommendation of one
soldier for every thousand Inhabitants
of the United States."
Senator Haw ley, chairman of the
Senate Committee on Mllltnry Affairs
said: "Precisely what should be dono
must denend upon current events. Wo
nre told that In Cuba and Porto Rico
wo can organize n very considerable
nnd reliable native force, but to what
extent this ran be done In tho Philip
pines Is vcTy Indefinite There ought
not to bo nny hesitation whatever ns to
our duty of establishing a very con
siderable standing army."
HAWAIIAN TOBACCO CO., Ltd.,
Corner Alorclinnt untl ISuunnu St.,
nlo MOTEL. ST.. oppoalto Bothol.
FHAT More Suitable 'Xmas Present
than one of those Handsome "UP TO
DATE" Electric Piano or Reading
Lamps. We have a Complete and Hand
some Line of
The Hawaiian Electric Co., Ltd.
Office and Salesroom,
Alakea St., Makai of Merchant St.
P. O. BOX 144. "PHONE" joo.
There is hearth indicated bj
f 3111111111 FULE
Its an ideal tonicand .
Beverage (t aids digestion.
For Sales t
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Honolulu Tobacco Co., Ltd.
Comer of Fort and Hotel Streets.
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The Evening Bulletin, 75 cent, per
month. ' .
Owl Club Cigars,
Celebrated Hotel Brunswick Cigars,
AWARDED GOLD .MEDAL, PARIS EXPOSITION, looo.
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jjl Holiday Hours and
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1 A MALT THAT'S ALL MALT.
jjJd SBc Bottle $'-'.50 u Dozen.
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the best in
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call for rigs treo of charge.
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number Is Main 35. They deliver and