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EVENING ELLLETIN, HONOLULU. H. T.t WEDNESDAr. JUNE 1!. 1001.
The ever popular Rainier beer is be
coming a household word and "will
you have a glass of Seattle," U mora
often heard than anything else. The
Criterion Saloon baa the beer on tap ci
Take a ride on we Pacific Heights
Electric Railway and enjoy the un
surpassed view ot ocean, mountain and
valley. Honolulu looks its beat from
Pacific Height. Ronnd trip 10 cental
MZ, f ft" i
N. S. Sachs Dry Goods Co.,
GOLF SHIRTS, PAJAMAS,
DOILIES, JEWELRY, ETC.
CALL AND PE CONVINCED. 14 HOTEL ST., NEAR NUUANU
TTieLight That Never jiJs
I The Angle LAmp
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FOR SALE EVERYWHERE
Grass Linens in All Colors.
6andal Wood Boxes. Pongee Silks
For Gentlemen's Suits and also In lighter weights.
All colors, t
MBRCHANT' TAILOR, A large variety of cloths made up In the
Enhance the beauty of one's home
more than any other kind of furnish
ings. And it is a pleasure to be able
to buy material for them at such little
prices as we sell them : : : : :
In rich figured and striped patterns,
A great variety of exquisite
patterns, tasseled edges : :
40c, SOc, GOc, G5c per yard.
, Another handsome fabric for
curtains or draperies : : : :
30c, 35c, Bog per yard.
We have just received a large
shipment of WHITE
a O O D S which will be
opened up in a few days.
Another Large Shipment
Of Angle Lamps. '
"THE ANGLE LAMP" I
the light i
that never FAILS,
It stan ilnoii Incrtdbla inat
ANOLILAMP. All ovar th. Islands
people ar. thwwlng a. ay in.lrod
lamp, and replacing then, with Ihla
atraui onftcmii as much to mam-'
cheaper, It It more brilliant an
ard timely dcimmitraits that tha
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UUl (.Villi iTaitiaja na nnua.B .nmr
mvcramokta, amain or rivta any
rouble, la lljhtad and Mtinpjl.hed
ei eaillv aa vat. and lalha Idea
light frrm every .tandpilnt. Wa
carry thce lamp from Si ,8o up.
T. H. Davics & Co., Ltd.
New Home bewlnc Machinal and Pan-Am.rican Hand
Harness, Sa4Jles and Ltalhsra, Rugs, Brasa Ba4
Is recommended to build upi
fi onvai'fiit Vt'pm1lhnthp
. ' '' ' ' i
1116 Nuuanu St.
Teachings of the Cult
, Reviewed by Mrs.
PAPER READ BY HER
.ON WHITE LOTUS DAY
Does Not Antagonize Creeds But
Seeks to See Good Results in
All-Exposition of Divinity-Immortality.
(Read on White Lotus Day, May Sth,
Tho questions nro to ottcn asked.
"What Is Theosophy?" "What ilocs
Theosophy teach?" that, on occasions
like this celebration In which many
friends nro present who are not Theo
snphlcal students It may bo appropri
ate to submit n very brier enumeration
of the principal points to which the at
tention of enquirers may be called.
First Theosophy Is not n new creed,
ai'lt Is sometimes supposed to be, nor
a new science, nor a new philosophy
It Is not a religion or sect, because It
Is Religion Itself, tho essence or basis
of all existing creeds nnd religions; It
' In not a science, becnusc It embraces
ell sciences, known or yet to bo discov
ered; It Is not n philosophy, because nil
the philosophical systems ever pro
nounced are only aspcotR. parts or frag
ments ot tho complete system called
Theosophy. In a word. It embraces and
Illumines the whole of human knowl
edge, and has been justly termed both
scientific religion and icllglous science,
and It Is as old as the world. Such be
ing the ense, It Is not surprising that
oen of the principal if suits of Theo
tophiral study, so far, has been to con
vince earnest, Impartial men, for the
first time In modern history, that there
Is no especially privileged or God-re-vealcd
Religion In the world, but that
all the religious beliefs ot Humanity
come from tho one. Identical Source;
consequently, all are valuable, all
worthy of respect. In ;o far as they all
glvo out somo aspect of tho One Haste
Truth, appropriate to the mental and
moral conditions of somo portion of the
human race In the various phases of Its
development. The study of Theosophy
really brings out tho good as well as
the bad, tho deficiencies nnd shortcom
ings as well as the qualities of all
creeds, and thercforo shows that tol
erance, charity and respect for the con
victions of others ought to be the motto
of all truly religious people. Hut The
osophy being tho essence of all creeds,
It goes still further than tolerance, by
teaching the common unity, tho uni
versal spiritual Iirotherhood of all
Second Ot tho 'innumerable points
of knowledge brought out or elucidated
by the study of Theosophy. it Is not
possible, hero, to give more than a few
at random, ns follows;
A. A more lucid exposition of DI-
vlnlty. In so far as tho human mind
can grasp It, for It postulates first ot
an a Supreme Cause the Absolute, tho
One True God, Unknowable and Un-
thinkable to us Mortals, In our present
Jllt 4. . ,, .. , ,,
condition, so that all religious discus-
tma about IT are Useless;
B. The work of creation carried out
y various Divine Agents or Hlcrar-
chles, some Of which constitute the
h'shr"t Gods of primitive Religions.
the Angels and Archangels of Chrlstl-
anlty. or the Elohlms of tho Hebrew;
- - .aii.i
C. The whole Universe, subdivided
,ntn VIiri01,. lanes or regions, but CV.
crywhere full of life, if living Entitles
approprlatedly constituted for'tho con
ditions' In which they nro living oven
If invisible to our senses and every
where subject to unerring rules, which
nro uniformly reproduced In the vnrl
ous kosmlc subdivisions, and therefore
characterized by the occult axiom: "As
Above, so Below";
I D. The whole Universe nnd every
life within It, subject to the one great
, law of Evolution nnd progress grad'i'
. nl and Incessant lending to more glo
rlous stages than over told by tho bold
est of ordinary exoteric religions, and
.equally ruling the Highest Suns and
tho tiniest grains of sand, the Arch.
nngels and Man as well ns tho smnllesl
microbe; this law manifests In the
I shape of slow recurrence or Cycles, sa
that "thero Is nothing new under the
sun"; what now Is has been before, nijc! ;
will again be In due time, whereby also, j
In every cycle, only tho rate and qunll-l
ty of progress pertaining to it Is pool-J
R. Ry these conceptions, Theosophy
sheds a flood of light on Astronomy
aiul the Cosmogony of Suns nnd Plan
ets, as well as on tho geologlcnl peri
ods, past and future, of Earth's llfo
and on Chemistry nnd tho colutlon of
Its so-called elements;
P, Tho common dlvlno origin of Hu
manity, although It I'l readily subdi
vided Into Rnys, Rounds. Races, Na
tions, Tribes nnd Families, all having
their repeated cyclic rlo and fall, and
thireforo nlso the common basic origin
of all human beliefs and rcllglnna.
O. The Immortality of Man'o Ego or
Individuality, which is n spark of Di
vine SPIRIT, and Is the only perma
nent part In him, nil his lower vestures
or sheaths which go to constitute his
successive personalities being change
able and perishable.
H. A clear exposition of man's con
stitution and a new description ot his
various bodies, throwing a new light on
human physiology and on the undevel
oped faculties which exist in him.
Humanity Is now only about the mid
dle period of Us present evolution, so
that the future will bring tho gradual
unfolding of new powers still latent
nnd hardly yet dreamed of, but the
forerunner of which can be seen In the
psychic gifts now developing among
tho few. Thus Theosophy offers the
most satisfactory explanations of
dreams, hypnotism, ctnlrvojtnce and
the unrealized power of Thought, etc.;
I. The existence on and around this
Earth, of planes ot life, other than tho
visible physical one, so that man's span
of existence Is not terminated at the
shedding of the material body called
Death, but continues on these other
planes, which may bo held to corre
spond to the crude Christian Ideas of
Purgatory and Paradise, although The
ofiophy shows that there is no Hell,
except what man makes for himself,
nnd that none of the stages of lite
that follow physical death are perpetu
al. Hence Theosophy nlso corrects and
completes the sptrtunllstlc descriptions
ot Llfo after Death, and of the Invisible
J. The life nnd evolution of man
through those various planes and con
ditions' arc ruled by one basic law,
which Is called Karma, the law of
Cause and Effect "Whatsoever a man
soweth, that shall he also reap"
whereby tho doctrines of Free-will and
Predestination are shown to be equally
correct nnd co-existent, since man
makes his own future according to his
own actions, without tho Interference
of any arbitrary power, or personal.
K. This inw of Knrma, which very
evidently cannot be exhausted In any
one life. Is carried out through thnt
other law of Rebirth or Reincarnation,
by which man comes back repeatedly,
through new bodies, Into this physical
life, until ho has reaped all the cxperl
enco obtainable through It, and has
paid all his karmlc debts;
L. Man's evolution and progress can
bo hastened by proper modes of physi
cal life; hence the uso of certain dis
ciplines hinted nt blindly in all reli
gions. Theosophy alone ghlng the
proper explanations of their necessity
and of their concct puctlie.
,M. Tho knowledgo of Man's evolu
tion through Karma and Reincarnation
can alone explain satlsf tctorlly the
weird problems of human Ills ns wc
know It, with all Its apparent Injustices,
of thlllzatlon and of the Inequnlllka
nnd sufferings that urv.nnnnnr It. ol
ovrt, vlco nnd crime, nnd of tin physi
cal, moral. Intellectual and pirltuil
differences which exist between men,
even In tho same family; anil this
knowledge alone can gl hoprn ot a
better future for our race, since It ex
plains the nature, tho methol and the
purpose of life nnd cvoli'.tloii.
Third Theosophy, with the light It
sheds on tho reasons for nil cIstlng
things, nlsri gives the atitde.u practl-.il
rules for improving its own futuio,
by proper life and discipline Tlivw
rulr-s can be siimmarlzid as follows:
1. Self-mastery and rurlty of life, by
constant control of all tha m.iter''ii,
fleshly appetites and deslits, which
within certain limits are necessary
to evolution, but lead to t',istnictlon I!
allowed to predominate;
?.. Careful performance of every duty
belonging to one's stati!un In life, for
duty's sake, without any desire cf
recompense and without anilely ifr to
the results, which are left to tho Jhlne
3. Altruism, or living for others, no;
for self, ever ready to helj nnd teach,
and endeaorlng to obtain tho cnttro
eradication of selfishness In all forma,
thereby feeling compassion for nnd liv
ing in constant sympathy with all oth
4. A persistent effort towards solf
Improvement, by the cultivation of tho
Inner faculties through virtuous
thought, and towards the spiritual do
elopmcnt of the Ego the inner man
by striving for dlvlno knowledge.
Knowledge is attainable, not only by
lntellectuaL,study, but nlso by appro
priate and perseerli)K meditation or
couccntratloln, together with proper
ph elcal. Intellectual and spiritual
training; but, In order to be truly use
ful, study must neer be accompanied
by nuy desire for obtaining nbnormnl
powers to be used for selfish purposes.
In a word, If we wbih to follow tho
theosophlc teachings on tho proper
modes of life, without goln'g Into as
cetlsm, work and study must bo our
watchwords, nnd a deeper learning our
objective, but always in order to help
others, not for our own benefit, curi
osity or satisfaction. Yet, even n mero
Intellectual acquaintance with theoso
phlc teachings Is of great nluo for
helping tho individual on tho road to
progress, through a better understand
ing of his own nature
MRS. E. M. MARQUES.
Hophldilen Piny Loudly Cheered.
Barcelona, June G. Tho anti-clerical
drawa, "Electro," which has been
placed under the ban by tho church,
was performed hero last night with
Immense success. Tho audience con
tinually choered nnd Interrupted thn
cctors with shouts of "Lung Utu lib
erty!" "Death to reaction!" "Death
to the Jesuits!"
Subsequently a Republican demon
distance from their retlng place, so
and those who took part In It paraded
thn main thoroughfare
TO CURE A COLU IN ONE DAY.
Tako Laxative Ilromo (Julnlnu Tablets.
All druggists refund the money It It
falls to cure. E. W, Grove's signature
la on each box. 25 ccata.
It la a ante, aafe ant! qnlck remedy,
There'a ONLY ONE
Porry Davla'. .
Two alzea, ttc. tod SOc.
WOMEN FUR BUSINESS.
Decnuse women spend so much, they
are hardly ever In the Held for Invest
ing when the chnncc comes along. No
person can Invest unless he hns tho
wherewithal. Most great fortunes have
been started by men who saved and
s.-icd nnd saved, and finally hnd a few
hundred or a few thousand dollars to
Invest whenever tho opportunity
should come. There are many women
who earn good salaries, nnd who might
lay by n few hundred dollars n year If
they were so minded. Hut that is not
the wity of women. They spend every
cent they make, nnd In most cases they
have their monthly salaries nil spent
beforo It's In their hands. As long ns
women won't save, we're not likely to
have many women millionaires In this
Sometimes there's a woman who
really wants to Increase her fortune,
Ijuj she soon realizes that conditions
nrc ngnlnst her. A woman hasn't ns
many chances for making money as
men have. She Isn't nround nmong
mrn. as a rule, and she docsn t hear
nf tho opportunities lor Investment
which nro talked of, nsy by day. In
Wall street and other financial centers.
Sbe wants to buy stocks; sho hns saved
dip n few hundreds to Invest, nut twin
doesn t know how to ko nbout It. Most
women nro afraid to enhire into the
regions where man reigns supreme.
This Is foolish timidity, for n womnn
can get nlong ns well as n man In any
ofllce. If she conducts herself properly
nnd looks nut for hernclf. I am nble
to manage my affairs better than any
man could mnnnge tbem; nnd. what
man has done, womnn ran do. If I had
let other peoplo do my business for me,
I' most likely wouldn't have hnd any
business to do now, nnd It is the duty
of every womnn. I believe, to learn to
take care ot her owa business affairs.
Mrs. Hetty Qrccn In Success.
CHILDREN'S WORST FOE.
Chi drcn show symptoms ot dlseasn
quicker than grown people, i.nd arc
accordingly easy to treat for all trou
bles. Tho worst foes of children nro
worms, but their prcsenco can bo read
ily detected and speedily removed.
When a child becomes restless In
sleep, picks at Its noso, grinds it9
teeth, hns an Irregular apetlte, Is ner
vously Irritable, and has bad breath, It
is a victim ot worms' work. Tlieio U
Just ono way to treat worms that Is
to kill them. Don't waste time on any
other treatment, and don't waste
money on any other medicine, for
Klckapoo Indian Worm Killer Is tho
safest, surest, promptest and most per
manent relief from worms. Hobron
Drug Co., agents for Klckapoo Indian
"You know how poor and worthless
Dill is," ono citizen paid to another.
"Know what the trouble Is?"
"Ho'h the best duck hunter In the
town." Atchison Olobe,
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W. C. PEACOCK & CO., LTD
HAWAIIAN TOBACCO CO., Ltd.,
Corner Merchant and Nuuanu Stm.,
alato HOTEL ST.. opposite Bethel.
Office 'Phone, 390
SaVe YOlir Wife Many Steps by Installing
A House Telephone from
Yon will never
part with it.
We will Install two 'phones complete
you cannot nitoru to De without tnem.
The Hawaiian Electric Co., Ltd..
Hawaiian EngineeriDg and Construction Go.
ROOMS 508, 509, 510 STANGENWALD BUILDING.
P. O. BOX 834. TEL. MAIN 70
All classes of Engineering Work solicited; Examinations, Survey and Re
ports made for any class of Waterworks, Steam and Electric Construction;
I'lans and Spocfllcntlons nnd Estimates Prepared, and Construction Superin
tended, In all branches of Engineering Work; Contracts solicited for Rail
roads. Electric and Sleam; Tunnels, Drldgcs, Buildings, Highways, Founda
tions, Piers, Wharves, etc.
Special attention given to Examinations, Valuations, nnd. Reports of
Proiiertlcs tor Investment purposes.
FREDERICK J. AMWEO, M. AM. Soc. C. a.
Engineer and 31anagcr.
W. IP. CASTLE JR.. Secretary nnd Treasurer.
FRED J. CROSS.
Consulting and Superintending
Electro-Hydraulic Power Transmission
REPORTS AND ESTIMATES
FURNISHED : : : : :
With Catton-Nelll Co., Queen St.
Ollicc next to Post Omce. y 1221
A. Harrison" Mill Co.
ESTIMATES FUOMSHED ON All KINDS OP
Brick and Stone Work
Manufacturers of Doors. Sashes and
Frames, Bllr.ds, Mouldings, Brackets, and
All Kinds of Wood Work, Finish Turning
KAWAIAHAO ST., KEWALO,
tl. White 1221 P. O. Box 5 ;.
New Map of Oahu.
Coirpl ti from Govtrrtrent Sur i tiJ Cturti,
MaDnf Sutftr IManitllont, Hallways. nJ Other
IVfHible ISourtei. the hai is jixti inch is,
with jrtUtlc co!crlnctan4 nrat mountings, mak
Inr very uvcful at tll at orrumrnul wall map
THE I'PK.E OP THE MAI' IS JlO OO. Copies Can
be ottalnid from
JAS. T. TAYlflP
P. O. Uoa tqq. v JuJJ HullJlnc. fknotulul T, II.
or Hawaiian yLWiytAj., Liu .
COTTON BROS. & CO.
ENGINEERS AND : ; :
Plana anJ attlmatci fumHhci for all clatwa of
ROOM )o, BOSTON BLOCK, HONOLULU
Honolulu Iron Works C
Improved nnd modern SUOAR MA
CHINERY of every capacity and de
scription made to order. Boiler work
and RIVETED PIPES for Irrigation
purposes a specialty. Particular ntten-
ton paid to JOB WORK, nnd repairs
executed at shot test notice.
Works 'Phone, 389'
Upstairs to Kitchen,
House to Servants' Quarters,
House to Stable,. Etc.
under a guarantee at a price.
Open to the Public
MEALS AT ALL HOURS FROM 6:30
A. M. TO 11 P. M. EUROPEAN
a New Lot of ,
Beaver Lunch Rooms.
H. J. NOLTE.
('ORSEVLV THS SAOtl)
OYSTER AND CHOP HOUSE.
OPEN NIGHT AND DAY.
SUIV lUNOCDEN, Proprietor.
HOTEL STREET, near Nuuano, ntat dooi to aa44
Ryan'a "Encofa" iliS-iai
WIUON LOUOE, kINO STUEET
2 Mrs. W. L. Baton t
X Mualc Teacher T
Q WILTON LOUOe, klNO STRICT X
m MCCVllY TRACT, A
f Sole Agents
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