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EVENING BULLETIN. HONOLULU, II. T., MONDAY. OCTOUKIl 14. 1901.
Llnei of Travel.
Oceanic Steamship Company
Tho steamers of this lino will arrive and leave this port as hereunder:
rilOM SAN FRANCISCO. FOIl SAN FKANCISCO.
ALAMKDA OCT. 10 ALAMI.DA OCT. 2J
SONOMA OCT. U VKNTUItA OCT. 29
ALAMEDA NOV. 9 ALAMHDA NOV. 19
VKNTUILt NOV. 20 SII.HHA NOV. 19
ALAMKDA NOV. 2J ALAMKDA :...Di:C. 4
I.ocal iloat. - Local Dont.
In connection with the sailing of the abovo steamers, the agents ore pro
pared to Issue, to Intending passengers, coupon through tickets by any rail
road from San Francisco to all points In tho United States, and from New
Yorlf ly nny steamship lino to all European ports.
FOR FURTHER 1'ARTICULAIIS APPLY TO
Wm. G. Irwin & Co., Ltd.
GENERAL AGENTS OCEANIC 8. S. CO.
Pacific Mail Steamship Go.
The Hawaiian Realty and
Maturity Co., Ltd.
Dealers In real estate, loans, mort
gages, etc. Agents New Hampshire
Fire Insurance Company.
General Business and Financial Bro
Offices Rooms 3 and , Mclntyre
building.; P. ti. Box 26?; Phone
FREIGHT AND CHARTER
The following freights and chnrtcn.
weie noted at San Prnnclker, nrlnr t.
Annie Johnson. American bark. !i7
tens. passengeis nnd merchandise to
Honolulu. In Spreckeds line, hy J. I),
i Sprcckcls k llro. Co.
I Aingo. American ImrkeMlnn. IT
Occidental and Oriental Steamshio Co. and Tovo Kisen Kaisha li!'n.S! l"n,,,,r fl.' wm Harbor to
. r -j - ,un
Steamer of the above companies will call at Honolulu and
leave this port on or about the dates below mentioned.
FOR JAPAN AND CHINA.
COPTIC OCT. J2
AMERICA MARU OCT. '.0
I'EKINd NOV. 7
GAKLIC NOV. 1l
HONUKONO MARU NOV. 2S
CHINA NOV. 30
DORIC . , DEC. In
NIPPON MARU DEC. IS
NIPPON MARU . . .
FOR GENERAL INFORMATION APPLY TO P. M. S. S. CO.
H. HACKFIBLO & CO, LTD. AGENTS.
Canadian-Australian Royal Mail
Stenmers of the above line, running In connection wltu the CANADI
AN PACIFIC RAILWAY CO. between Vancouver. II. C nnd Sydney. N.S.vV..
nd calling at Victoria, II. C. Honolulu nnd llrlsbane, are DUE AT HONO
LULU on or about the dates below slated, viz.:
From Vancouver ana Victoria, B. C
(For Ilrlsbunu nnd Sydney.)
MOANA . .
! Auram, American bnrkent.no (new),
Int Tncomn; lumber thence to Slinng.
,. lull. C2 ins; by Eddy, Pali; and Am.
!'; I Tr. Co.
! Iliillt-linLI fmnnli t.l. -i-n i
' ' ........ w,t n, iiij tuiin
Int Portland); wheat thence to Unit
ol Kingdom, Havre. Antwerp or Dun
kliK. (J!; prior to nrrlvnl.
C. L. Woodbury. American bchoon
cr. 100 tons; redwood from Enreku to
Honolulu; by J. . Hanlfy t Co.
Columbia. American sMp, 1327 tons;
lumber from Tncomn to Sydney, Mel
bourne. Adelaide or Port Plrio, terms
ltlntc; by ("has. Nelson Co.
I Defiance. American schooner, .",21
lens (nt dray's Harbor) lumber
thence to Suu, FIJI; by B K Wood
I Emily F. Whitney. American ship,
I 11.07 tons; passengers. r.nd merchan
dise to Honolulu (In A. fc It. line): bv
i Alexander & llnldwln, Limited.
F. S. Clampn. Italian steamer, 2.1 IS
' Ioiik; whent nt St. VIn r.t, f.o., CI
l.'s (short lay days).
I F. S. Chimpn. Italian stniner, 2.", IS
'tens; whent to St. vlneent f.o., LI
,13s M; by O. W. Mc.War.
F. S. ItedftVId, Ainenean srhnoncr,
hrom Sydney and Brisbane. ' ,0'1H "t lllnkcley); lumber tlienec
(For Victoria nnd Vancouver. II. C.) ' " Honolulu; by Kenton. H-lmes &
MOANA OCT. 2a Co-
MIOWEKA NOV. 2n ' "roster. Ar erlean inl.ooi.er, fi2l
"Recorded October 7, 1901.
Thos. dimming nnd1 wltp et al. to
tlnleakaln Ranch Company; deed;
two thirds interest In (Irntit .11.1, Mnka
wao. Maul; 112(1. Hook 22,", pnge 35V.
Dated May I, 1901.
W. It. Castle, Jr., to W. II. llrod
ley; deed; piece land, Wilder avenue,
Honolulu, Oahu; Jfl70. Hook 22.",, pngu
3 IS. Dated October I, 1901.
Tom l.um et nl. to Andrew Demp
ster; chattel mortgage; leasehold, Ka.
pnlnmn, Honolulu. Oahu; $1n00. Hook
22B. page 434, Dated September 20.
Recorded October 8, 1901.
Kalua Kapuklul and husband to Wil
liam S. Fleming, trustee, trusteo
deed; nil real and porsnhal pioperty In
Tirrltory of Hawaii; $1. Hook 229,
page IS. Dated October 7. 1901.
Mrs. Emma Itarnnrd to Mrs. I'oluea
Kalauokalanl; assignment of mort
gage; mortgage llolokahlkl on piece
lend, Punnhoa. Itllo. Hawaii; $191.
Hook 227. pnge IS I. Dated Septem
ber 17, '1901. j
W. II. Cnlc. trustee, to Harriet E.
Cooke,- trustee; nsslgnment of mort
gage; mortgage Kalllull on It. P. 3T,!M.
Kul. 227, Itlc hards street, Honolulu,
Oahu; SI. Hook 1.11, page 31 1. Itatuei
September 25, 1891.
Harriet E. Cook, trustee, to Louis
M. Kalllull : release; R. P 8.VH, Kul.
227, Richards street, Honolulu, Oahu;
$1110. Hook 131, page .11 il. Dated Oc
tclier 2. 18'J'J.
Estate of 11. P. ltlshop to William
G. itwlir deed; pait 2, ti. 15, It. P
II".". Kul, 771.1. Koolaupoko. Oahu;
?12,ueifl. Rook 229, page 19. Dated Oc
tober 7. 19ii I.
W. O. Irwin and wife In estate of
II. P. Itlshop; deed; II. P. 3591, Knl.
227, Honolulu, Oahu: $2i.Hu.i. Hook
229. pnge 52. Dated October 7, 1901.
.Inn. Crow tier et al. to Emma Mncfnr-
lane; mortgage; Ap. 2. It P. sull.
Kahntuu. Koolaupoko. Oahu; $S2."
Hook 227, page IS I. Dated September
Recorded October 9, 1901.
Jno. Knnne nnd wife to S. ('. Allen;
mortgage; piece land, Kiipahiuin, Ho
nolulu, Oahu, If.n0, Hook 220, page
ell!. D.lteil October 9. 19o
nivii vis uiiiiiiviii I w y 0 w y
HW. 1. 1 HUD Varicose Veins
Rev W. M klncnld preacheil on
"Anarchy" to n large congregation in
Central I'nlon church last night. Ills
concluding remarks were as follows.
You may mil It broad and liberal to,
nllow; newspapers to print nnd de-ma-,
gogues to speak what everybody know a
Is Intended to Inflame the passions of
Ignorant and excitable men. nnd eg?
them on to deeds of violence nnd de
struction; but It should be called hy
Its true name, disloyalty nnd treason ,
We have sulTercd this thing In America
ton long. When liberty of speech be
comes a spcclilc Incitement to criminal
action, theu It Is time (or the taw to
silence It with n stern hand.
Freedom of Hie pnss Is a splendid
thing, hut not when It sows broadcast
the dragon's teeth of nniinhy and dls-1
cord, not when It seeks to Instill!
hatred Into Ignorant nnd umllscilml
AOiuvNGl ...DIXJ. 1S:""1H I"' Cowlclianl: pol-, thence to
I MOANA JAN
Through Tickets Issued from Honolulu to Canada, United States and
Europe. For Freight and Passage, r.nd all general Information, npply to
Thco. H.Davlc8firCo.,Ltd., Gcn'lAgcntw.
American-Hawaiian S. S. Co.
DIRECT 8ERVICE BETWEEN
NEW YOfihl AND HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, via Pacific Coast.
B.S. AMERICAN, 6,000 tons, Sailed. '
6.8. HAWAIIAN, 6,000 tons, to tall to sail Oct. 15.
8.8. CALIFORNIA, 6,000 tons, tailed from NEW YORK June 16; will
Ifead at PUOET SOUND about SEPT. 1 for HAWAIIAN PORT8.
Freight received at Company's wharf, 42nd Street, South Urooklyn. at
all times. For further particulars, apply to
C. P. MORSB,
General Freight Agent. H. HACKFELD & CO
, W mmmmm m mmmmmmmmmmm
ijiaanta llosniia: l,y Felix Sa nlller.
i.ernrn l ioiiey, .mrlcnn bark,
I.1S9 tons; passengers and merchan
dise to Honolulu. In Plr-nf-rs line; bv
Welch & Co.
II. t Wright. AmerlMi Mimoner.
275 tons (nt Tncoma w!itt thence
t.) Fnlted Kingdom. Havr, Antvterp
o. Dunkirk. L2: by Po'llt.ud Grain
Co.. prior to airunl.
J. II. Drown. American i-h.p, 14"7
tons (nt Tncomn); lumber thence to
Sdney. U2: option of MIb-nrno or"tnist'
iMiHiniui-. t; 7s tin, or I'ort rirle. t2
fi 3d; by (.'has. Ni Ison C" , prior to
an I vn 1
New York, Oct. I - The war declared
upon the Western be sugar coin
panlis jesterday when the Amrrlcnn
Sugar Refining Company cut the price
of granulated lo Il'fe cents per pound
nt Missouri river points, was the chief
topic of conversation today In the
trade. The ner.t mne Is awaited with
It was pointed oul Hint the step Uk
en by the Ainerlcnn Sugnr Refining
Company was fully Justllled In order to
protect Its cm 'i Interests, Instead of
confining their operations lo growing
sugar beets and manufacturing the
aw sugar, the beet sugar people liAVf onv ntnK.
nntlng minds, not when It attempts In'
army tho poor against the rich, or the,
inrkninn against his employer. Winn,
he lllicrlj of the piess U used for,
Inch ends, when It becomes an olfenii
lo decency mid ngiilnsl the dignity of!
the people who have clei ted the. mm to'
olllce whom tiny utilise, let It bv mu
lshed bj thy only penalty It really J
dicads the penalty of being unbought.
This act of anarchy has opened tin I
ees of the American people, to an
other thing the clanger of piacllcallyj
uniestrlcted Immigration, We have
nlloned America lo be made the cess-j
pool Into which the nations of the
world have drained their foul dregl;
we have pel milled these human cr-j
mln to come to our shores In foreign
ships and kind, and our shores In for-,
elgn ships nnd kind, and we are only
reaping today a part of the harvest of
our reckless neglect. We need such
Congressional legislation as will niak?
1 tlmposslble for America In be used ni.1
the dumping gtound for the dangerous '
population of the nations of the world
Anyone familiar with the tonsillar ro-
rorls and diplomatic correspondence,
knows of our repealed leinnnsl ranee
to the Mirlous gow'tunuuts of Europe
ngalusl the sstemntlc lellef of their
undesirable people In the form of as-
ifclstiuice In reach America.
The European governments, acting
In self-interest, allow c rlmlniils their
freedom on the condition of their emi
gration to the Fulled States. Our na-
j tlouiil salvation urges us to exclude
j these foreigners wbee piesence con-
tnmlnates our citlrcns uud wi,:.se sen
tlmeiits are- fatal to fiei! Institutions.
I The custom hoiibv looks Into men's
; trunks, II ought to see under their
Hnl our duty does not end there. It
The evil of annrchlim
idr Mclaughlin offers a permanent cure or no pay.
Sapping the vigor of youth from the
body of tin unfortunate sufferer; eat
Ing away his courage, nmbltion and
happiness clay by day; causing him
pain and languor making him tired at
night worse In the morning, and ren
dering his life miserable In genernl.
this tenlhle malady goes on, and ther
I no ruru for It except the surgeon',
knife- or ELECTRICITY. Which will
DR. MCLAUGHLIN'S ELECTRIC
BELT CURES OR NO PAY.
I guarantee an absolute cure by my
new method vitt live only to
my Hell while vou sleep, with Bin
nttachnient carrying the glowing cu
rent dliei't to the parts, washing out
the stagnant blood, restoring vigorous
circulation and new strength. It Is n
Dr Mel.nughlln's Electric licit cur
ed me of Vnrli'ocele and wenkne'ss of
ten jears' standing. I shall always lie
grateful for It " I.Ot'lS FOSCALIN .
Mokelumiii' Hill. California.
CAUTION! Dun'l accent Imitations nl my licit. All Imlta
tlons burn nnd blister when they haw any current at all. Call an I
test m Hell flee or send for free book with full Information. It win
tell iiu If ou have- varicocele Inclose this ad
oil ;Ti m
" 1 VtifrsfiSaF
y my A
Dr. H.G. McLaughlin,
7IH2 Mnekct St..
deliberately extended thelr operations I ,;, ,, . W , h 1()((t(. nm, ,
to rellnlng their own law sugar. This
roots aie a illsieganl of the saciedness
lf s fillluii Mc.iL. ft ti rhtvf, iHmrit ..ji.ii.tntl
"' "'." ,"" """' " "' ", "I of life and mi litter Iiii-k of leveieiuc
.. ... ...U .i.in.iHu.1 new..- i.-.l.i...K fr ,, ..MenHnlly Mlvlne. The
.m .i'.. .1... ' ,7'.i, ... :. n"r,'mM '"""" "' ""'up. his own as
""" I.,-. U,V ,. IMl... ...... ... , ... l . , ,11 .... ,,.,, .,,.... I... ..... ... ... .
, ,. . I " .n.ti f, niiiun, lie rcitin ill cue
In the nggregate. ...i..,.i,,i. .....i i. .., ...n..i....
Acordlng to an expert. It ccts th- T1L. , ()f Iinar, ,,,, , . ,,,
beet sugar grosers about :: cents per T,. ,.sl ln,nl. ,., ,..
i t a t m I ""' ' j". iij ii mi ii nn ipi mi'
iCnliiinnl Ameitenn i.c-1 u'm ... ' pound to produce refined sugar, for, r,,i, ,., .,,... , t
,pass..ngers and merchandise to Hon..- hlch they realize about 1. 10 cents PrtIl. ,fl. , Mt. ,.m0uiwp h
t ,.l . . . -J m m .in , ,. . . ,
At the ertrance
to the Famous
bo Vallev. and
easy access to
volcano In the
for Tourists and
MAUI HOTEL wailuku.
mAUl IIUIL.L, IS.LAND OF MAUI.
A. T. HAf.nNKAMP. MnniifVer.
and iinseliWhm-ss let us strengthen all
hi'lpful Institutions, the church, and
the school, and the home; let us r
new our alleglani'e to America and Am
erlianlsm. America and Americanism
exist for the win Id. If the are to help
PACIFIC UNION OIL CO.
Located In the Famous Coallnga Oil
Fields of California.
Proven nil lands, completely sur-
rnllluleil tiv im l-leh rill.nrfiilnr Int- u-.,tU
and bless the wot Id they must be tiu nK tiieronre In the Stale, yielding from
tn themselves. Through nil things bt ;u t ;,i, barrels per day.
us labor to multiply the opportunities Contract prices for oil nt the Coa.
wlilcli encourage men mid women lo Ingn wells. 7u cenlH ier barrel,
make tlu best of themselves. I .el u Willi tweuty-thu iiroducliig wells of
work and pray until every knee shall l'"i barnds i-neh per day, you can
bow before Hlni we call 1 1 nnd Mas muke our own calculation as to
ter nnd every tongue proclaim Hint P'onis
ACROSS THE CONTINENT FROM
THE TRAINS DAILY
FROM SAN FRANCISCO.
TWO TRAINS DAILY
Only THREE DAYS to Chicago.
Only FOUR DAYS to New York.
Pullman Palace Sleepers. Buffet, Smok
ing and Library Cars, with Barber
Bhop and Pleasant Reading Rooms.
Dining Cars (Meals a-la-carte).
Free Reclining Chairs.
Pullman Ordinary Sleepers.
J H. LOTHROP, General Agent.
135 Third street, Portland, Oregon.
D. W. HITCHCOCK. Oeneral AgenL
No. 1 Montgomery St., San Francisco.
I. U LOMAX, O. P. & T. A
1472 Omaha, Nebraska.
Honolulu Rapid Transit
and bad Company.
'School Children's Tickets
YOU CAN DO IT NOW
THE INTER -ISLAND
Is transmitting messages to all the
Islands of the group except Kauai.
MINIMUM RATE 18 3.
lulu. In Hnwailnn line, bv Wlllfnniu.
Dlninncl K Co.
Royalist. Ilritlsh stenmc- 2024 tons;
.vhent to St. Vincent, f.o. LI lSs 9d.
Ltd I Samnr. American schooner, riT,",
Ions; lumber from lllnkely to Vnlpa
rniso. r.ci.. t." l.s i;ct; ny Kenton,
Holmes & Co.; prior trf arrival.
Sutherland, llrlt'lsh ttcMucr, 2277
ens (nt Nnnnlmoi : lumber fiom Port
land to Shanghai; b I'i.eiJli Export
Toxteth. Ilrltlsh sh'p 2.U7 tons:
meiclinndlhc to lmdou d.---it; liy Hal
lour, (lulhrle H Co.
t'udnunteil. American bark, 1(147
'cms; lumber from Chemr.InuK to Capo
I'nwn. CI 4s. by .1. .1. Moore ft Co.
Volunteer. American .rimcrier, C I
ons. lumber and merchandise to Sim
la Itoyiilla: by Felix SontiilMcr.
pound. Kven nt the new price of .'Mi
cents made by the "trust" there Is still
a profit for them of about half a cent
a pound. What the next mine of the
"trust" will be Is not known, but It h
bellewil that filllher cuts will bo made
If necessary to reduce this competition
to the minimum.
ALAMEDA A NEW BOAT.
The steamer Alameda which was ilus
to sail fiom Sun Francisco on tlm lth,
In Us lile.1 dUlne, and I. int tbere Is a
Supremo llelng to whom we nre responsible-.
The Ileal er the American
people, come to Cod In the conscious
ness of the Individual, the farther llicy
will depart fiom anarchism. When
I Thomas I'alne was about to publish his
"Age of Iteiison." Ilenjaiuln Franklin
advised him not to ilct so. telling Mm
that he would not succeed lu iindci min
ing the belief of men In the fuudamen
till principles of religion, warning Mm
ngiilnsl tin- odium he would bring upon
is expecieci to inahe n very speedy trip lilnisilf, and ileel.il lug that If he should
to this port. She has been practically . succeed lu dcstiojlng men's faith In
renuui nun now' lias a speed or over
sixteen knots mi hour. The versed U
In command of Captain llciilman whel
brought the Sonoma minimi thu Horn.
HohoId.b Office, 315 Fort St.
TBL., MAIN 131.
Messenger will call for our message
Half-fare school children's tickets
may bo purchased from thu conductors'
on tho ears, or at tho company n otllco
on Alapat street. These will be good
for tho transpoitatlon of school chil
dren up to 17 years of ago In goln
to and coming from school, between
the hours of 7:30 nnd 9:30 a. in., and
1 and 2:30 p. iu. on regular school
C. C. Ballentync.
I938-lm Mgr. IL II. T.Jfc L. Co.
Wilder's Steamship Company
FOR I8LAND PORT3.
The Erenlns Bulletin, 75 cents per
Hawaiian Tramway's Time
KINO STREET LINE,
Cm leavt Wilkikl for town at 5 ts, 6 if, 6 4s a.m
nievcrj is minute thtrtaftrr tl I 1049, 11:11 anJ
itjS I M. from Waikikl cu tu th I'unahou btabtek.
Car leave R Range or I'awaa iuh lor town al
S.ljA.M. and every t minute trii reatter MM n otP.M
Car leave Tort an J King stTeeti corner for Palama
at 6,10 A.M. anj every if minutes after till n.it
Cart leave for Patama only at j anJ j:io A M,
Car leave Palamafor Wiikik) $ 4) a M.anJ ever)
14 mln met till qjiPh. then at to. it and ia it m.m
Theu.ttP.M from Patama tor Punahuu bnlv toe
to Walkkklun SaturJav
Cart leave Fort AnJ King htrtrtt corner lot Kltlc
Ranee at ). anj 'to A. 'a
uar leave r on ana Kinc itreet corner tor waikikk
t6 cjA.M. anj every 15 minute till 10 mp. M then a
0.15 ani it:o) P.M. The nijj H.H. &oe to Naiklki
BERLTANIA STRLET AND I'UUANU VALLrY
Car leave Punahou Stable fur Town at t i an J
for To n an J Valley at 1 40 s u t 1 m 6 4 1 anJ
7.o A.M. '
Car leave OahJ College lortun anl valley '
6.)o 6 $o ani t 10 A M anj ever) lomlnutfk till 10: u
r.M. except tne even hour anj nan, niur car vnicr.
run from tho SUM
Cark leave Nuuanu Valley at6'io 6:)o 6.joa,m and
everv 10 minute thtrejttrr till lo.taH.M
Car leave Hurt ani Queen ktreett for Punahou
College at 6 oj 6,ij 6.4$ A M anj every tu minute
aner tin q4J f.M. Aiier tmi tne, car run nine
Stable up to ii.;oP.M,whkltlshelavtcar from I own
reaching thebtabteat iiijy M
O R. & L. Co.
l-'rom and after January 1, IS'J'J.
I.om Angtles, Oct 3. Clu.rteir Oul
I Wilkes, tin- nt-IM.nown pacing ntal
i Hon, Ih dead at Agr'.culturnl I'l.rk, and
there Is some mjttery n to tho rouse,
uf IiIh death. Charli'r O.1K WillteH had
t record agnlnKt tlm' of " 4 and wux
owned hy J. R. levering, vho It Is
claimed, refuneel JH5rt0 for tho horso
1 -i short time ago. On Tuo-di.y Wilkes
, Korkecl a mile In 2MS. Thi owner do
1 -lares tho hori-eV ltnl orguus gavo
ctrong IndlcntloiiH of polhon anil that
I i" will bring the matter lie lore too
j n-Boelntton and demand -'j inve-btlgn-1
TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY
Tako Laxatlro llrnmo Quinine Tablets.
All druggists refund the money If It
tails to cure. 1-j. W. Grove's slgnaturo
Is on each box. 25 cents.
Don't forget t'amarlnos of the Cali
fornia Fruit Market when ou want
fruit and cgetubles. He ulways has
on hand u fresh supply of both Califor
nia and Island fruits. Telephone Main
1 Tho Evening nulletln.
1 1 1 lo Is to hae a polo club. Dr.
- draco of the 1'nlted Slates Murine Hos-
11 cents per pltnl Service, stationed nt that port,
Ik the leading spirit In the nxrt.
A CONCESSION. ' T
STATIONS jny uoit
(OutwarJ) ex. Sun Daii r. Sun 0liv iuil ,
A.M A.M. A M. I'.M I' M
Honolulu . 7 ia in li.os Mf i
I'.jiI City . 8 ) o.S 11 4) ) tt
I w. Mill 811 in 8 lieu . j 6.11
Wdltna. 10 50 4 4
W.I.IU4 .. . 11 )v ... . Ill .,
Kahukl ...... . up .... 6ij ...
(Inw4ij) . Sun. ti.liv mm IIAIIV
AM A.M P.A1 P.M.
K.huku J is .... .i4
Walalu, 1.14 .... f-tc
Walan.e i 10 .. j ft
Fwa Mill Vcu T!4f B 4llf
Pearl City 61c Sii i-)o 4:1.
Honolulu e:ui 8 jf vi :ao
P C. SMITH, Oen'l 1'uss. &. Ticket Agt.
U. I. UENISO.N, Superintendent
mEr&s&znm, i. . .
HftMaUnaaCvV HMSaMy-S'f tfJirnTilBBBBVaUwBH M1I.H
.-iw? w Ai.'iwiim'i'a' t, Tmxmrmmieim
Clod, to the glory of the l-'ather
"Ale i'U superstltliij'i. pintessort"
"No. I can't say I am, lull 1 always think It's unlucky to bet run over by
dUllie I'loWilcucc. In- would ie sluipl)
unchaining the tiger.
If the world Is a.i bad as II Is wild
religion, he asked, nhst would It be
without If The Kingdom of Cod Is
the antithesis of nuaichlHui. as light
Is of darkness, an life lu erf death, und
the safeguard against the one Is the
spread of the other. The will of God
Is rcwaled In the Scriptures and Is ns
clear as the sun In the licuwux. .lesus
t hrlst Is the living expression of the
will of (loci, and the dlstanee between
the exnmple, spirit nud teachings of
Jesus nnd the propaganda of iiunrchlhin
Is the distance between the Kant und
It Is the will of Ocid that men should
love tine uiuitlieV, that J hey should
obey and pray for those In authority;
that they should act In nciordance with
thu (iolden Hole; that they should la
bor even as they petition for the com
ing of the Kingdom of Coil, which Is
the Kingdom of Truth and I.oe.
Christ lu Hie he.ut Is the radical and
peimnnent cure of nnnrvlilsin Us ef
fcetlto prevention. He came to destory
tho works of the devil; but they run
be destroved only as men me In ought
Into subji'ctlon to Christ. My fellow
citizens, we ii'e called upon today n
nevi'r before to (onsiviate ourselves
more Intelligently nnd with nit our
hearts to the teaching of the eternal
triitha of the finspil of .lesus Christ,
If the laws against these violent at
tacks upon government nie not adi
iliutte. let them be made so by caicful
legislation, and let the laws already
on (lie statute books be promptly and
faithfully executed. Hut let us not
think that nnnrchlsm of one kind ran
he cured by anarchism ofaiiother kind
Tho fiendish lnrhlugs lu some parts
of America are not n euro for lugrri
lust nnd vloleme; nor would the siig
gested methods of w leaking vengeance
on the anarchists ruro the disease, M
would be a victory for law lessness. .nut
that Is only another name for anarihy.
Let us bear In mind that life will be
beautiful when the heart Is right, an)
that the sovereign remedy for the evils
of the humun heart Is t..e truth of Hod
revealed In Ills law. and In the Rnspel
of IIIh Son.
Our national progress as a people
has been ningnlllceut. but Is our moral
progress keeping pace with It? Are!
love, Justice, brotherhood and service
Increasing with wealth.' lu material
power. In mere brawn, wo are becom.
Ing a giant, but not In brain or In 'con
science. This Is the source of the tin
rest of the times, of tho fears for the
future. Let us use the deep experi
ence of the hour to exalt public spirit,
Kilt ill WIN
The ll.li helors clcfealeil the lleneilli Is
In the cilckei match of Saturday after
noon on the .Maklkl grounds, the score
being xii to mil. l(. Auileihon with I.",
and I'llaniila with 27, for the latter nnl
.1. Clark with 'J7 for the former, mini
the highest scores of the day. W. Ilur
ev and V. I.. Wiildron of the lleuedlctt
made- M ruux encli. I'ollonlug Is tin
vi ire In detail:
A I'llanal.i. b. Cnekliiini -7
W. HiirM-y. c. and b. AndeiMiii
Thomas, b. Cockburn
P. L. Waldton. h. It. Anderson .
A. liln. b. It. Anderson
I'l hue Cupid, run out -1
It. A. Jordan iCapt.l, not out ... .Id
J. GUI. b. Cnekliurii '1
Dr. W. ilonsarrat. b. MrGIII .1
L. I'm Uh. h. Coekbiirn d
I". II. .1. Seymour, e. and li. Cockliurn 1
I The oil Industry or Cumnrnla. Is In
Ills Infancy. ct ninny fortunes lme
I been made by Judicious and lucky It
'vestments In oil stock. Muny innrj
twill lie made lu tho near future,
i The average advance nn original
sales of oil stock In twenty le-ndln?
companies In California has been
from $1 lo Jlus per shari'.
Oil lands have advanced from 112?
lo fl.iliiii and 12,000 per acre
When thu I'ltclllc Union OH Com
pany has a number of producing wells
on Its property. Its stock win have
tho same show for even n gre-ater nl
wince, us some oil stock has advance!
from II to ILdCiO per share.
The Pacific I'nlon Oil Company n.i
no salaried olllcers. und Is controlled
by well known gentlemen of Intcgrlt)
who will se that tho money derived
from the sale of stock will bo legltl
mutely npplled to (ho development i
Tor further Information, apply to -I
II. PISlir.lt k CO. Stock nnd Hoik!
llrokers, and Hawaiian agents for the
sain of n limited amount of Pacini
Union Oil Company stock. Stnngeo
wuhl building, Merchant street.
lletuin at fall of vvlikit:
:s I : i! 7 S
".7 I." 17 " 'il HI
A W. T. llottomley. h- I'llanlln
I.. G. ill.ickiuan, b. I'llanaia ...
J. Clink, c. GUI. b. Ahl 27
It, AndeiMin ICnpt.). h, .Ionian 43
I, Ilearclmore. e. llnrvy. 1. .lordiiii. 0
W. It. Jiituleson. h. Joi dau .1
J. ('. .Mi GUI, not out in
D. W. Andeison, b. I'llanaia 0
J. I.. Coikbiirn. b. I'll. ml. i
A. T. Mile, did not but ..
,1. II. Cnitoii, run out
ltuiir. nt fall of each whkel:
1 2 :! I . ft 7 S !i 10
li iil 77 S3 S7 lull nl Ifi'.i lol
I. W. ll.uv.y ....!.". 0
.IiimleMiu . . .
It. AlldelMlll ..
.. .IS "
S. Yunlgl Wai.1. a Japanese nobl..
man. will In September become pro
fesmr of chcinlMij in the I'nlvcrslty of
Columbia. MUrnurl. Mr. Warn hni
been eduiatlng himself In the Pulled
Suites for the hist seven yeais He
li.is attained the degree of master of
nits, uiul for several years has served
ns assistant to I'rof. It, O. Grali.im.
who holds the i hnlr of chemistry at
tlm Wcslevan I'lilverslly at lllooinlng
Ilurlng my temporary absence! from
this Territory Mr. IL I. Spalding will
net unileT full liwer of attorney for
the Hank of Clans Spreekeds & Co.
HHiil-lw W. ti. IkTtVIJ..
BOWERS' MERCHANT PATROL.
Night wati'hiiicn furnished for build
ings, business property nud n-sldencca.
Iliilldcrs will do well to consult Hov
ers lu regard lo watchmen.
Shouting over the lauds nud ki"v
fisheries of Kukiiliiaeo (adjacent to
Ala Moaiiii llcach road) Is hereby
strictly piohlblteil. Anyone found so
doing will be prosecuted.
i!;:i-7t n.o.i). yictoiha waiih
Abdul I lie in 1.1 has six soils and seven
daughters, who are (nought up In mag
iillliint seiliHlun The pilncca In par
ticular .in- born In a prison, which
Ihej are destined to leave only for the
grave or to ascend the throne, Tho
Sultan's daughters are somewhat more
fortunate, as they have the privilege
of Ornunizlng over the husbands who
have the honor to become snns-ln-luw
of Abdul llamld.
The undersigned, I.iiu Sun Mee and
l.n Kan, have this dny formed a eo
pnrlneiship and will do a general groc
ery business on King street near LIU
ha. Honolulu, Territory of Hnwali, un
der the firm name San Mee Ken Co.
f tSlgncd) la II SUN MKB.
Honolulu. T. II., Oct. s. 1901.
TAX APPEAL COURT NOTICE.
Notice Is hereby glve-n that the
Court of Tax Appeals or the Plrst Ju
illcial Circuit, Island of Oahu, will sit
in Hie hall on the ground tlesir of the
Judiciary building In Honolulu, ndja
cent to the Tax Olllce. on Monday, the
lltn day of Octoner, lit 1:30 p. in., at
wlili li time and place all appeals on
tin' Income Tax usscssuu nts will be
licuiil W. ... WIIA OX.
President of the Court of Tux Appeals
for the Island ot Oahu.
Honolulu. Oct. ll. Kail. liiilSSt
ANNI8 MONTAGUE TURNER
will receive u llinl'ed number of pupils
Term commencing on and after Sep
1021 Hert'taaU 8L
a. V fcitlaAJk .
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