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EVENING BULLETIN. HONOLULU II. T., FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 29. 1901.
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The Union Service.
A union Thanksgiving service was
held In Central Union church, by the
Congregational, Methodist and Chris
tian congicgatlons. Suitable decora
tions of palms and other vegctntlon
emblematic of harvest home appeared
In the front of the auditorium. The
platform wob occupied by Revs. W. M.
Kim aid, O. L. Pearson, E. 8. Muckley,
J. I'. Kidman and 1, M. Hartley, Prin
cipal Hartlctt Dyke of Kamchameha
Schools and A. F. Judd. Following
was the order of exercises:
Responsive Heading (Psalm 100)
Rev. K. S. Muckley.
Pracr Ilcv. O. L. Pearson.
Hmn No. 187 Choir nnd Congre
gation. Sermon 'To Whom Shall We Be
Thankful" (Psalm 100:4) Rev. W. M.
Solo Mrs. G. M. Whitney.
Hmn No. 1059 "America," Choir
Pusllude "Hnrvest Thanksgiving.
Prelude Andante Cnntabllo (G.
Sgnmbatl): violin. Miss lola K. Barber;
organ, Prof. A. B. lngalls.
Invocation nnd lord's Prayer Rev
1.. M. Hartley.
Heading of the President's Procla
mationAlbert F. Judd.
Anthem Tc Deum In 1) (Festival),
(Dudley Biuk), Choir.
Mr. Klncnld began his sermon with
tho theory that thankfulness wnj
largely n matter of temperament. He
touched up the grumbler In good shape
as one who Is nlao unhappy, oven
when fortune favora htm most. Tho
doubter wan another character In
whom gratitude finds poor ground for
Ho proceeded to discuss the qucs
lion of whether thero were anyono to
whom we should be thankful. It was
demonst rated that thero was cause ot
gratitude to the human race for Its
achievements of the past making for
pleasant experiences In the present.
'But Is this all? Shall we be thank
ful simply to man?" tho preacher
questioned nnd thus answered: "I want
to hint a deeper truth than this, that
underlies It all: Man, the world, the
sky oer our bends, whatever we can
see or touch or hear these things are
only manifestations of something
deeper, broader, higher. Scratch the
T " ,. i ,i
of the world anywhere- an1
face to face with the Infinite.
tho Incomprehensible, tne divine. I
call It God not because I am fool
ish enough to think that that one
word measures It I call it Father In
heaven, because Jesus has so taught
me to say, and because there Is not one
aspect of the working of this power
that does not seem to mo fatherly. O
friends; I believe we are grandly ra
tional when wo stand on our feet as
men, when we behold all we are and
all we have, nnd then, looking up and
recognizing living lovo and power as
the source ot It all, we bend our heads
In gratitude, salng: 'I
How should wc express our thank
fulness? The first step In any true
thanksgiving Is alnajs a generous,
manly recognition of the obligation
we are under. And then the thankful
spirit Is one that makes the best oft01 "8 "neriionco merely oy me oc-
ever) thing, that seeks even on cloudy
dav for trenk ni mnahinA- mi tht.
you know, without my telling jou, Is
tho one for hnnt.lne. it. i...inn
u unnh mnr ,. fnMn f.
fortune ever yet made the fault-finder
happy. We talk about monopolies.
inai an tne best tnings of the world."" ,," . ,.,:., r r
nre getting Into the hands of tho few. mankind to fulfil this command in
Thi. n,i.,i, tu i,. .m., i ' those portions of the enrtn which they
human life arc not monopolies, nnd
tho 'glory of 'the sunset the mniestv of nnve lackcd tl10 cncrBy or IntelH- cro especially appropriate for the oc
mu hiury oi cne sunsei, me majesiy oi ,., i. . , ...Ln.inn .mi .oro ni,mi,.r,i 147 r.7 nn.i
the mountain, tho music of the waves
of the sea-are these monopolies All
the grandest things In the world are
free, as Lowell sings In the opening of
bis poem, "Sir Launfa..."
All the finest nnd highest nnd lmu.le renienwiiinK uu mining u. . - ,,,,,
noblest things In the world are the1 Ncxt to thoso "o would regulato The Rev Alex. Mack ntosh was as
propcrtj of all. Not only Is the grnto- t,,elr thanksgiving with tho rise nnd slsted by tho Rev. Mr. Hooker of Mon
ful spirit the secret ot happiness it It fall of stocks, nnd tho amount of their ( tana, who read tho lessons and re
alho tho secret of nil great achieve- dividends, may It not be pointed out ponses in an Impressive mnnncr. Then
ment. It Is the glad the hopeful tho tllBt' lf tho cost of BUKar raising and the old hymn No. 381, so appropriate
aspiring spirits that have dono tho manufacture by free service Is four or such services, "We Plough the
most and the best things for the' world. tlmea that of contract labor. It does Melds and Scatter the Good Seed on
'I be fault-finder grumbles over what is "ot look as If in the days of contract the Land," was sung by the choir and
not; the grateful soul turns what Is labor the Inborer received a fair and congregation. Mr. Mackintosh sclect
not'lnto what Is. .proper let. uncr Hon for his toll, nnd cd the text for his Bcrmon from the
And then, we can show out grati
tude by trying to make others happy.
That Is commonplace, you sa ; but bo
Is sunshine; and the one Is as Import
ant to human life as the other. We
ran be tender nod charitable to thoso
who do not succeed In life, remember
ing that It was not ourselves that
made us to differ; and thnt thcreforo
there Is no Just or rational ground for
pride or tbo hateful spirit of con
temptuous superiority. Wo cun re
number that all the best things of life)
have como to us by Inheritance; that
we have onl a life-lnteiest In them;
that we have nn right, even during life,
to do with them merely as we please;
and that we are under tho most
sacred obligation to sea (0 It that wu
pass on the torch of human life and
happiness undlmmed. Take the high
est trust ot all. Suppose thero is pain
nrnnnil tin. Ynn nnd T nnn holn flml
lessen this pain. Suppose thero Is
lirnornnco. You and I can heln find
teach. Suppose thero Is vice. You and of Coke Dandruff Cure, ns my personal
I can help God solve this problem. lA&T
Suppose there Is governmental InJusV Itcspectfully yours,
tlco and wrong. You and I can help JOHN HICKMAN,
God bring Ills kingdom among men. 'Foreman of Official Barbers, United
Gtvo thin slay to thanks, to Joy, to , StateB Senate.
gratitude, to the coronation of homo
tln 1. m, hI....i t.tt, vttmAmKrir thnra
.!.(.-, .1 fm fllVUOi;, MM ....UV...MV. ...v."
Is. that which God will esteem even
more as an expression ot thankfulness.
Forgive your enemies. Settle the dif
ferences that have excd tho past.
Tell God, as ou go homo this morn
ing, thnt In return for His Great good
ness nnd bounty to you, you will
cleanse jour heart, nnd sacrifice your
enmities; thnt ou will augment your
charities nnd forget not tho stranger
nt your door.
Bishop Willis Preaches.
Bishop Willis held a Thanksgiving
service, with celebration of holy com
munion, In SL Andrew's Cathedral at
7 a. m. His text was Habbakuk 3:17,
18: "Athough the fig tree shall not
blossom, neither shnll fruit be In the
vines; the labor of the olive shnll fall,
and the fields shall yield no meat; tho
flock shall be cut off from the fold,
nnd there -shall be no herd In the
stalls; jet 1 will rejoice In the Lord,
I will Joy In the God of my salvation,
Among other things tne Ulsbop saia
that the Intter portion of the text,
will rejoice." was tho true note of
This Is the disposition wo have
need to cultivate, tho truo note ot
thanksgiving to which we have to
attune our hearts. For, if I am not
mistaken, these nrc voices to bo heard
around us, uttering words like these:
Why should wo keep Thanksgiving
Day? What have wo to be thankful
for when our national life has been
absorbed In that of another nation,
when strangers devour our lands In
our presence, nnd the sovereignty
which for upwards of half n century
gave the Hawaiian Islands a place
among tne empires, kingdoms and re
publics of the earth, will soon be a
fragment of forgotten history?
And then on another side we hear,
what cause have we for thanksgiving,
when the new laws to which wo ar
subject make the cost of cultivating
the cane fields four times what It was
In former dajs, and the gilt edge of
our dividends Is terribly planed down?
And then ngaln we hear: What am
I to give thanks for, for Incre'ascd tax
ntion, rise In prices, for a general
unrest that has taken the plnce of the
calm ease and tranquility ot former
Such arc the sentiments to which
voices among the Hawafians, the su
gar planters and the ordinary citizens
respectively are giving expression. It
Is unnecessary to point out that such
sentiments arc out of harmony with
the language of the prophet. .They are
,,, .., , ,.iln.. ,.' .
humanity, while the words ot the
prophet como from one whose eyes
were opened by the grace of God.
What reply shall we make to these
several voices? All should be remind
ed that the proverb "whatever It Is
best" expresses an Invariable truth.
That the whole course of this world Is
ordered and controlled by nn Al
mighty and Al-wlsc Ruler, and there
fore under whatever conditions or cir
cumstances our lot Is cast, we ougb
to recognize the hand of a loving l'a-
lther directing those circumstance) for
wuinuiK fiui. nib uwii eiviuui purpuacs.
And so It would be the wisdom f.f
the Hawailans to look bejond the par
tlcular clrcumstancoj which brought
at out their '04 rf Independence. No
nal on r People was ever jei uepnveu
lurrences inai uruugni u auuui. muse
events were nut me means in me nana
?'the11Rl,le'.0l. ,hf carth. to cf"v 0Ut
Hli will. At the beginning of human
history the duty with which the hu
. man rac0. was charged was to replenish
I tb cfrth Bnd sub(lue " h" bM
Hi. ffntv nr inn i.vnra fnmlllpa nr
mve received ror meir innerunnce,
Hnt iiilinnm ni n natlrvn ni nflnnla litivn
H.d to DuT.r. their wuntw andlUs Sing." double chant.' Tho Psalms
"-"' '" --".. " "
""dance with a divine law that goe
lnch si rnd cara that ,tho
"""""co ' ' """"n siiouiu pass
iinto 111c nanus or otners wuo nre ca-'
since ve cue iiilil In Holy Scripture
Indorsed by Prominent
United StateB Sennte.
Washington. D. C, Jan. 18, 1800.
M-"sis. A. It. Bremer company, Chi
ingo, 111. 1
Gentlemen: I take pleasuro In stnt-1
lug thnt 1 bavo been a barber for thir
ty eight years, thirty-threo of which II
have spent In tho United States Sen-1
... i.n.i...H i.... tlnln 11.0,1 n trmnt
many hair tonics during that period,
I do not know of any that Is tho equal
that the cry of unpaid labor Is heard
nnd registered In heaven, ought It
not to be a relief to know thnt hence.-
forth no more such cries can enter Into
the cars of the Lord of Hosts
And then, thirdly, to thoso who
count up the besslngs you retain, put
them In the other scnle, and the cause)
tor not being thankful ou think no
weighty will kick the beam.
So then, next, may we not say to
the Hawallnns: The loss of your In
dependence Is due to the operation of a
divine nnd universal law, not to tho
chain of events by which that law came
Into operation. But see. you are not
disfranchised on our native soil, like
the aborigine of the neighboring con
tlncnt, but are given a fuller share la
the administration of the government
of the Territory, than jou were ever
allowed under the Republic. Is this
not something you ought to be thank
ful for, nnd should not gratitude for
this stimulate ou to use the political
privileges jou still enjoy to the prabto
and glory ot God. nnd tho advance
ment of true religion Instead of re
fraining for the loss ot what can never
And to those who look sadly at fall
Ing stocks nnd diminished dividends,
may we not say: Be thankful that tho
country Is still so prosperous, nnd our
dividends still so large. For It as It
appears from n comparison of the
present with the former cost of labor.
n cry of unpaid labor Is registered In
heaven, then the change In the lawn
has brought jou an untold blessing,
If It has averted tho nnswer to that
cry, which must have surely como as
It has como In other lands, whero once
fertile tracts have become, a barren
And then, thirdly, to those who Im
agined weighty causes for not being
thankful. Count up our blessings,
Have jou not ever) thing richly to en-
Joy. You experience no privation, no
want. Tho production of both hemis
pheres nrc within )our rench. Nor In
this nil. Contrast the circumstance
of our life with those of the dwell
ers in northern climes during tho
month that Is Just past. Wc bad a
storm; what was It compared with the
storm that strewed with wrecks the
coast of Kent. Yon have read of all
traffic suspended In London for days
on nccuunt of tog, and in American
cities by piles of snow, while here tho
even course ot business and of pleas
ure goes on Interruptedly from year's
end to car's end, under soft breezes
and sunny skies.
So then, nowhere on earth ought
people to cherish more gratitude in
their hearts to the Giver of all good,
and not omit on this appointed day of
Thanksgiving to offer their sacrlflro
of praise and thanksgiving. And
nbilBt you offer jour thanks and
praise for our creation and preserva
tion to this hour, and for all the
blessings shown around ou, let It bo
Impressed upon jou that the best aud
highest gift for which wo must ever
show forth our praise In tho death and
resurrection of the beloved Son of God
by whom we nre redeemed, which wo
show forth in the Holy Eucharist we
are now celebrating, that act ot
thanksgiving which He himself ap
pointed tb be offered w Ithout Intermis
sion as the memorial of Htm until He
Thanksgiving services were held by
the Second Congregation ot the Cath
edral at 10 a. m. Thero was a large
Some very difficult music was ren
dered by Wray Taylor, the organist,
and the orchestra, while the choir was
up to ita, usual high standard. Tho
prelude was "Andante Movement," To
iL, ., ..,
lowed the hymn "Now Tb
Thank We All
Our God,"'Eln Festc Burg; Festival
responses, Tallts; Vcnlte, "O Come Let
;""' " "" " , " """, ,,
160. "', To Deum in G. Millard,
'"-I?"'1 '"?, J""l,a f en ' F' G.arrC't:
" "',"""" """" , "" """" "c
mumem, nun vnpi-nuny vu rcauer-
Uth verse ot the 65th Psalm, "Thou
crowneth the year with tho goodness
and thy clouds drop fatness.'
Then followed an Interesting dis
course, lasting fifteen minutes. In
which special mention was made of
tbo contents of tbe C5th Psalm. The
speaker admonished his congregation
to remember the occasion nnd the pur
pose for which they had assembled.
That God bad been especially good to
ub during tho year past and our duty
was to render Him our praise nnd
thanks for His bounteous blessings
showered upon us.
What lf man does disappoint us,
even If troubles of overy nature beset
our paths, look to God for refuge and
it shall be given. He will water the
lands nnd cover It with nature's sus
Our Lord never disappoints. He
loves His people and blesses them;
only ,ia8 falth am' n11 win, uf we,,
Mans life here Is short, nnd in heaven
bis happiness everlasting. But, thank
God for every blessing. Praise Hiiv
for all His mercies shown ub hero and
our faith w 111 be rewarded above.
The closing hymn, equally suitable,
for the occasion, was No. 238, "The
I Treat Your reiBtw 1
I Best Girl WB I
I to Sv vl
I beverage atE-Hll
'vtvx iteT vis
lit Uf llltfEC BCCB WMm
The BEER that pleases HuH
the best people. HOT
Bottled at the Brewery. HlH
Fred Miller Brewing Co. UNm
Milwaukee. O H
Hoffschlaeger Co., Ltd.
Ring Street, near Bethel.
eyn of all wait upon Ihec, O Lord,
ami thou glvest them meat In due
season." As the congregation was
li'Nlin; the soul Inspiring strains of
the "Star Spangled Banner" floated
tbto'igh tho aisles of the cathedral.
St. Clement's Chapel.
The Ilcv. Johu Usborne, conducted
services nt St. Cli-mcnt's Chapel, Ma
l.lki, whlrh was prettily decorated.
Spetlnl lijmtiH vvi'iu sung by a vested
choir. Mr. Usborne'a tct was from
t(i 5".d psalm, "He who suffered be
prateed, for he honors mo." The
preacher hoped there was not anyone
In tbu congregation who had no causo
for Joy, ptutsc or thanksgiving.
L'jok nt the country in which wo are
living, the most beautiful garden on
the faci ot the carth. With our beau
tiful tropical climate, our balmy and
caressing sunshine and dcllghtlul
71'pbjrs, wo are living in a perpetual
springtime, the like of which cannot
b found anywhere else. Whero oth
er are suffering from hunger and pri
vations of nil kinds, subjected to tho
rigors of a cold, snow winter, wo ar
onjojlng lire, with happiness anu com
tort Look at the prosperity of our
glorious countrj". We nro thu richest
nation of the world, respected, hon
ored and admired by the rest of man
kind. It Is God who In Ills goodness
Uh 6l''ti us all those things, as for
our atwitln. Ho gave us -is beloved
Son, Jetiits Cbrlnt.
Oh, how happy jou aio In these far
away Islands, lodt In the Immensity n(
tlm blue Pad He. surrounded by all
your relatives and friends! ihlnk of
the thciusnudx of men down In the
Transvaal cotintij-, fighting for the
preservation or their rignis; minK oi
the lo lu blue In tbo Philippines,
fighting that their country may bo
great and glorious.
The mothers and wives of Honolulu!
Think 6f those tuotueis and wlvei
who todny, are separated from their
sens nr husbands'. Ihlnk ot them
who have sons or husbands suffering
on thn battlefields, or in tho hospitals,
nursed, perhaps, by ttio hands of some
other women. Think of their anguish
and despair on this Tnanksglvlng Day!
Oh, God, wo thauk .hec fur all Thy
n'ercles to mankind; wu thank thee
that Thou hast made It possible for
lis to llvt and sing Thy praises; wo
thatilv Thee for our salvation through
the sacrltlce.cif Thy beloved Sou, Jesus
We thauk Thee. O.God, for the hope
ot n future glory. Wo know thero is
bopo 111 salvation aud glory in heaven.
After the Htrmou the nudlcnco Join
ed with the ibotr lu singing "Anitr
ica." The Catholic Church,
A solemn high mass was celebrated
yesterday morning at tbo Catholic Ca
thedral by the Right Reverend Bish
op of Panopolls. A largo cosmopoli
tan congregation which filled tho big
church to the (loots, united in offering
thanks and praises tor all tho favors
lerelvcd during the year.
Tho choir under tho direction of
Father Valentin sung thanksgiving
hymns, and the proceedings, according
to the ritual ot tbo Catholic Church,
were of a very impressive character.
Luau and Fair
to be held nt
NOVEMBER 30, 1901.
In aid of The Sisters of tho Sacred
Tickets for sale at all stores.
' HENRY ST. GOAR.
Members Stock and Bond
Edward Pollitz & Co.
AND DEALERS IN
Particular attention given to pur
chase and sale ot Hawaiian Sugar
Eastern and Foreign Stocks ana
403 Ualltornln St.,
San Francisco, Col.
King Street Near Nuuanu.
FIRST-CLASS MEAL8 8ERVED
AT ALL HOURS.
Cheapest Good Moal In Town.
Agents, Brokers and Jobber.
ALEXANDERS BALDWIN '
H. P. BALDWIN President
J. B. CASTLE 1st Vice Presides
W. M. ALEXANDER.... 2nd Vice Pit
J. P. COOKE Treasurer
W. O. SMITH Secretary
GEO. R. CARTER Audltof
Sugar Factors and
Hawaiian Commercial St Sugar Of,
Haiku Sugar Company.
Pala Plantation Company.
Nahlku Sugar Company. i "
Klhel Plantation Company. j
Hawaiian Sugar Company. n
Kahulul Railroad Company.
Tie hlifonU aia erkiUI S. 5. C
W. G. Irwin & Go.
Western Sugar Refinery Company l
Baldwin Locomotive Works ot Phila
delphia, Pa., U. & A.
Newell Universal Mill Co. (NaUcaal
Cane Shredder), New York, U. 8. A.
N. Ohlandt ft Coa Chemical Fertil
izers. Alex. Cross Sons' high-grade Fertil
izers for Cane and Coffee.
Reed'a Steam Pipe Covering.
ALSO OFFER FOR SALE: '
Paraffine Paint Co.'s P. ft B. Paint aal
Papers; Lucol and Linseed Oil,
raw and boiled.
Indurtne (a cold-water paint), In whit
Filter Press Cloths, Cement, Lime tout
GASTLE & COOKE
The Ewa Plantation Co.
The Walalua Agricultural Co., Ltd.
The Kohala Sugar Co.
The Walamea Sugar Mill Co.
The Fulton Iron Works, St. Lout, Ms.
The Standard Oil Co.
The Geo. F. Blake Steam Pumps.
The New England Life Insurance Oo.
Tho Etna Fire Ins. Co. ot Harttort,
The Alliance Assurance Co. of Londom.
LIFE and FIRE
Sew England Mutual Lifk In
surance Co. OF BOSTON.
tna Fire Insurance Compart
Wm. 'G. Irwin & Co.
Wm. G. Irwin. .President and Manage!
Claus Spreckcls Vice President
W. H. Olffard.. Second Vice President
H. M. Wnltney, Jr....Treaa. and Bee.
Geo. J. Rom Audlto
AGENTS OF THE
Oceanic Steamship Co.
OF SAN FRANCISCO, CAL.
G. BREWER & 00., LTD.
Queen Street, Honolulu, T. H.
A. Rents tor
Hawaiian Agricultural Co.,' Ookala
Sugar Plant, Co., Onomea Sugar Co.,
Honomu Sugar Co , Walluku Sugar Co.,
Makee Cugar Co., Haleakala Ranch Co.,
The Planters' Line ot San Francisco,
Packet; Chas. Berwer ft Co.'a Line ot
' LIST OF OFFICERS.
C. M. Cooke, President; George
Robertson, Manager; E. F. Bishop,
Treasurer and Secretary; Col. W. M.
Allen, Auditor; P. C. Jones, H. We
terhouse and Geo. R. Carter, Director.
QUEBN ST., - HONOLULU
AOENTS FOR v
The Lancashire insurance Oo.
The Balolse Insurance Co.
Union 0 as Engine Co.
Domestic Sewing Machine, Etc
Pensylvania Fire Insurance
Chas. T. Wilder,
General Manager ot
THE EQUITABLE LIFE
Ot the Unltod Statea for the Ha-
lOfflce, ,: Merchant St. : Honolnla.