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EVENING BULLETIN. HONOLULU. H. T., TUESDAY,
Defies Bishop Willis
At a ery largely attended meeting
of the members of the Second Congre
gation of St. Andrew's Cnthidral, held
In the Sunday school rooms of 'the
chuicli last evening, there was n deci
sion to appeal to the presiding Bishop
of the Episcopal Church In the United
States ns ngalvt the demand of Bishop
Willis to join the two congregations
Into one. If Bishop Willi- refuses tojand unanimously adopted
extend the time of his ultlmutum un
til such time as n replj can be letclved,
then the Second Congregation will
withdraw from the Cathedral until that
time. The congregation presided over
by Itc. Alex Mackintosh took this ac
tion last night rather than Jeopardise
the position of their rector whoso li
cense. Bishop Willis threatens to with
hold. At the opening of the meeting, W. It.
Castle read the two letters which
had been addressed to the church war
dens and to Rov. Alex. Mackintosh.
Tlio letters were as follows:
Honolulu, Dec. 2&, 1801.
My Dear Mr. Mncktntosli: lu accord
ancc with this notice, a copy of whleh
I enclose, the license given to the
signers of a certain memorial dated
August, 1SS5. under whleh the Hcc.ml
Congregation has continued to exist,
will expire on December 31st,
With the dlssolutl m of the Cougie
gutlou jour license alho expltiM, but
as I have pointed out to jour wardens.
It will he open to jou to receive a now
license under new conditions lor thn
performance of such ministerial du
ties as a servant of the government
holding an Important and onerou pjst
U free at all times to discharge
Bishop of Homiulu,
Honolulu, Dec. 23, 1901.
W. R. Castle Jr.. Esq, Geo. F. Davlcs,
Church Wardens, Second Congre
gation. Dear Sirs: I beg to enclose a copy
oi a notice which will be affixed to
the church door tomorrow. Under the
constitution of tho Protestant Episco
pal Church, the license given In 18S3
to the signers of a certain memorial to
becomea distinct congregation, under
which the Second Congregation contin
ued to exist, necessarily becomes void.
With a view or bringing the mem
bers of tho Second Congregation Into
union with the cathedral, there will
also be another notice Inviting all male
communicants in the city to register
no as to he qualified to vote for the
cathedral wardens, ct cetera, undei
the new order for 1902.
Tho license of the minister of the
Second Congregation naturally ex
pires with the license of the congre
gation, hut as I have already stated
U von, a new license can be given him
under the new order, to perform Btich
ministerial duty as a servant of the
government holding an Important and
onerous post, Is free at all times to
Fours very faithfully,
Bishop of Honolulu.
P. S. Fifteen days' grnce being nl
towed, tho new order will not actually
begin until after the 15th of January,
I. e, Sunday, the 19th.
When Mr. Castle had finished read
ing theso letters, he called for sugges
tions as to the reply to the Bishop, lie
went on to say that no doubt the Bish
op was of the opinion his plan was
for the best Interests of the church.
Under certain conditions, tho offer
would have been accepted, but the Ill
advised methods ne would have tho
Second Congregation adopt could hard
ly bo considered. A step which tho
congregation might favorably consider,
It could not bo forced to tnke. The
conditions which had made a second
congregation necessary for sixteen
jcars were still in existence nnd would
not pass away until the arrival of the
new Bishop. ,
George Davlcs said that the sanio
principles that were fought for sixteen
)eara ago, were still to be fought for.
In this case, It was a matter of dealing
with the office and not with Bishop
Willis personally. The eoncrecatlon
routd certainly not acaulesce In the'
.1 1, 1 .1- . t ..I
w. ... i. .... ...u jt ony nin orgnnlzcd tho
"f' XTZe .J."8 L"Ulo... departments of wlrk of the
men ml noti .ui. .tiui'miiLusii uiriuiui's
Cllvc Davles outlined the facts lead-
Ing up to the ultimatum of the Bishop.
He and Mr. Castlo had received an In
timation of what was coming and had
paid the Bishop a visit for the purpose
of discussing the matter. They had ad
vised the Bishop of the wish of thi
second congregation to turn over but I torti YolIr , und , ft, ''
one congregation to the new IMrtoP,,,, the meeting if men. and jour nuet
nnd had offered, under certain condl-,.., ,.,..,,, ,, , , , " !'
tlons, to voluntarily take this step. It
was suggested to the Bishop that If
he would defer action for three months,
n combined service could be held. In
me meantime, witnoui me secona con-
.,.. .-,' .. ......... .
. . . ... . .
KrcKimun tuning ub nicniiiy. A com-
promise was refused. Mr. Davles said
he had then .eplled that tho proT
method for tho second congregat on
would be to decline to sign the register
nnd throw the onus on the Bishop.
Later on Mr. Dodge .went to see tb.
Bishop but no satisfaction
Mr. Jordan asked If tho Bishop was
acting iindei the authority of the Am -
crlcan or English Chinch. Mr. Davles
.eplled that the lettc, of the Bishop
was vugue nnd gave no Intimation of
what ho relied on to piovo his case.
Itev, Mr. Mackintosh said that England
and Amcilrii were ns mother and
daughter In tho I.'plscopil Churiii
nnd. In his opinion, ihero was no ne
cessity why the chinch license should
become void, l'lobahly It wits the In
tention of the lllshoji, In tho event all
licenses were letmned to him, to hand
back each und every one with the ex-
ctptlon of that of the Second Congre
gation and Its rector. In the Church
of England, because a clergyman died,
was no reason why the living dies
with him. He believed the Second Con
gregation morally as well as technical
ly on the right ground.
The following resolution, bearing on
the matters Just dlscusted, was read
Resolved, That this congregation
having heard the notification of tho
nishon communicated throuch their
church w aniens reeucnlzc tho iln.lr-l
ability under certain conditions of n,nn1 Bro '"mule to sleep, lour kidneys
union of tho congregations,, but feel f ro wSak" M00'1 .l!80ian,Kcr Blg.nl118
iimt tii.i ,,nui i, ,i.n.i..t i!i. by Elvlng nnturo tht aid sho requires,
that the cannot he deprived of their Tno ,)C9 lne(,ldno t0 do this is Hos-
existence except by their own volun-i tetter's Stomach Bitters,- Try it for
lory act, and consider that tho rea-Mndlnestlon, dyspepsia, constipation,
runs ior ineir existence ns a separate
congregation have not vet been ro
A question was asked ns to the re
sult in case the Second Congregation
should accede to the demands of Bishop
Willis nnd the following reply came
from Mr. Mackintosh: "Simply that
for the next three months everything
would be under control ot Bishop Wil
lis, nnd he would have charge of funds
Mid church pr.mcity. And If sou in
clude mvielf In It, that's ths end of
The draft of the letter In answer to
Bishop Willis was submitted and the
following resolution pertaining thereto
nnd Introduced by Cllvo Davlci, -vns
That the wardens reply to the Bish
op by letter In the form presented to
the meeting of Mr. Castle.
Mr. Castle then introduced the fol
lowing resolution which was tn.iinl
"That the vestry he authorized find
Instructed to prepare nn appeal to the
presiding bishop of the Protestant
Episcopal Church against the proposed
action of the Bishop of Honolulu In
withdrawing or refusing to renew our
existing license as a separate congre
gation, worshipping In tho cathedral,
and the license of the Rev, Alexander
Mackintosh as our minister; with full
power to the vestry to act on behalf
of this congregation."
The next resolution passed was the' uln ,,,B -"" '""" ul ""
following, which Is calculated to keep nolft'wns president pro tern of the Sen
n.r. aiv MM,int.i, ,.. . i.i. nte, holding the balance of power as nn
in the matter of using force and of mak
Ing It Incumbent on the Bishop to keep
up the whole expense of the church for
the next three months, should he re
fuse to listen to the plea for time:
"In the event of the Bishop refusing
to postpone his action pending a re
,,lv in nnr mmnt rm h. n,.i.n.
bishop. It Is the sense of the congrega-
tlon that they should with dignity pro -
test against this infringement of their
rights as Illegal; but If prevented from
continuing to worship In the cathedral.
that they should withdraw from the
ih,.irni i ...m, ,im . ..... i
- uui ni li ,is; no nit, tyij
from the presiding bishop shall be re
ceived." There was considerable levity at the
end of the meeting when n noise was
heard in the adjoining room. It was
suggested that tho noise might have
come from apy of Bishop Willis wh
had como to grief.
That the work of Rev. L. M. Hartlcj
In Honolulu Is appreciated is shown by
the following testimonial, recently re
ceived by him:
Honolulu, Territory of Hawaii,
December 28, 1901.
Rev. L. M. Hartley, Retiring Superin
tendent of the Anti-Saloon League,
Honolulu, H. T.
Dear Brother Haitlev: We wish to
express to jou, on behalf of the Anti
Saloon League of this city, Its high ap
preciation of jour services in our
midst, and its slnceie regret at tho
nccesslt of jour separation from us.
uiuKiii-, u.ii juii e, in presenting
Its great aim bcfoie the people In the
dlffettiit churches and elsewhere, es -
tbbllshtd n hope nnd confidence that
lllfll? I11I1V lit Kmill ninnmn uhmnnl'
uloug thn lines Indicated.
In addition to this, jou have pcison
ally endeared jourself to all with
- h' .','"' .L..'",'"' "
Jicts, have won for join self high con
sideration and esteem everywhere.
While we might add much expres-
sllA nf ntit f.nr.l a, . h .1u.
,.. ... u... .v.vv ... J, ,111 Uf IIIILIIIII
r,nnl , ,.,i, , .. i i m , .
iiom us, wo believe It will be sufficient
... ,n,i.i . . ,. , i
Leo "y exn' " t?? '
7 ' , f ...1 r." i"1
S. "'A'hT . C0UIIC,l,,,'
,?,';' Bt th tlmo of your rp8e -
I p. h 0or, ,, ,
...,Te ""?? ''' M yn" lett0i
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Cbteem, and our prujer for jour most
.. , ..,,, , wul nuimi'Bi
efficient unrvlfn l,i 41m r ... .! .. n.i. .1...' ,
Bnmn a ,. .... . ,,
. .... ... . .,, ,,w,i, o nuiiv, uiu
, ,n (lo9ln tte . ,
our hope for tho speedy recoverj of
tho ttf J a " ,."
,, ,i,iu .. nn ' . ., . "'-"'""'"i
....H .,. u. w, ,i,ifc.
On behulf of the Anti-Saloon I.enimn
of Hawaii, wo nre, i
Yours veiy frnteinnlly, '
REV. 0. I.. PEARSON,
W. A. HOWES'.
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Washington In the room of the
Senate Committee on the District of
Columbia, where the Board of Archi
tects and' landscape Gardeners are
pieparing their report outlining a plan
lor a new park sjstem for Washington,
there Is on duty an official ot the
sergcant-nt-arm's office who has been
In tho continuous employ of the Sen
ate for nearly half a century. His
nams Is Charles S. Draper, and he has
known personally almost every man
who has been a member of the Senate
In nil those lears. The late John J.
Ingalls of Kansas was once chairman
ot the District Committee, and in ro
railing reminiscences of his admlnls
tratlon the other day Draper told two
very good stories. One of them was
.1.1 .1.. 1... !.. 1.1 -.-. I- . Ill,
, !",cn,,e,n,t1 D"1 and preventing
, .i.uuvu.i im .. i""
slon ot the Senate patronage, ho was
presiding one day at a long-drawn out
session nnd. becoming very tired nnd
hungry, was anxious to have the Sen-
etc adjourn. Sending for a Sena to:.
1- requested him to make a certain
p"lnt,ot "lat would have brought
, n,,,0,,t B,,ch ,n '" situation that
!!'V,Urnm I . neee86?rl y, hM" l,
! '" v' The Scna or, male, "J8 ,p0lnt,'
' h,cL w" a "". V"1,0". '"'."Tu' ?"?
Mr' D"Vls Promptly, declared that it
as well taken. Just ns ho did so
Senator Ingnlls emerged from tho
cloak room. Strutting down the main
aisle, he addressed the chair and In
his sternest voice and most dramatic
manner shouted: "Mr. President, I am
' So am 1," said the presiding officer
promptly, dropping his head on thn
desk to conceal his laughter, and then
quickly entertained a motion for ad
journment nnd retired to tho lunch
On another occasion, toward the end
of a session lasting far Into tho sum
mer, the usual proposition was before
the Scinte to give evervbody on the
emplojes' pa j roll an extra month's
pay. The bill was about to pass when
benntor Ingalls, arousing himself, sent
to the llbrarj for a stack of books and
began such a fierce attack on the
measure as quickly to fill the Senate
chamber with an audlcnco to listen to
tils sarcasm and Invective. "There la
no precedent for this, Mr. President,'
was tho burden of his speech, and over
and over again at tho end of each well
directed attack he would repeat:
"Thcro Is no piccedent for this, Mr.
President." At the close of his speech
ne thn Runnfni una nnclni frnm llin
Sennto chamhei to his committee room.
.Diaper, who had been standing with
n group of other emplojes, anxiously
awaiting the result of the onslaught on
theli balaiy grab, stepped out from the
otheis and said to Mr, Ingalls:
"Senator, that was an nhlo speech
fiom jour standpoint, but why do jou
oppoeo it? We thought that jou of all
Fjtnntors would bo our particular
With n flown Mi. Ingalls turned and
Vnlcl In his most cutting tones: "Dra
1er, do jou mean to tell me that you
men have so little to do and who nro
So well paid desire to draw thirteen
. ' -..v . u... .......
(linntiiK' ,n. nr iu,h. mnnih.' r.
" ' ' --'.- - - -
U nr-e'n0t "
ou resign nnd let some one have , our
I'1""'' "" he satlsflt.I to dtuw a
lBltlmato salary ?"
"Why." mid Draper, quickly, uncon-
K,0U,X Imitating tho voice nnd man-
j 7ie- or .vir.
jh-i ,j, ,ur ingnus in ins speecn;
'Theio Is no precedent for this, Mr.
Senator," and Ingalls went off laugh-
III'; so loud that he could be heard over
nt tho House of Re-nesentutlves.
The next dnj tl - ' "' passed and the
emplojes j.ot tin Ii thliteen months'
pay foi twelve r- t, semi-Idleness.
He Well, wo , C quarrel any
mnie about It, but Jit let It go as It
Is, eh? She Yes, but, George, dear,
for the bake of the futuie nnd n hai
monlout, futuie I think jou had bet
tei acknowledge before we drop It al
together thut jou wcie w I ting. Don't
you dear? Tit-lilt.
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Kahulul Railroad Company.
He Califania iif frkital S. Ui
W. G. Irwin & On
AGENTS FOR .
Western Sugar Refinery Company el
Baldwin Locomotive Work of PkU
delphla, Pa., U. S. A.
Newell Universal Mill Co. (National
Cane Shredder), New York, TJ. B. A,
N. Ohlandt ft Co.' Chemical Fertil
Alex. Cross A Sons' high-grade Ferttl.
Iter for Cane and Coffee.
Reed's Steam Pipe Covering.
ALSO OFFER FOR SALB:
Parafflne Paint Co.' P. ft B. Paint ami
Paper; Lucol and Linseed Otto,
raw and boiled.
Indurlne (a cold-water paint), In wait
Filter Pre Cloth, Cement, Lime ami
CASTLE & COOKE
The Ewa Plantation Co. ,
The Walalua Agricultural Co., Ltd.
The Kohala Sugar Co.
The Walamea Sugar Mill Co.
The Fulton Iron Work, St Lout, Ha.
The Standard Oil Co.
The Geo. F. Blake Steam Pumn
The New England Life Imur
The Etna Fire Ins. Co. ot 1
The Alliance Assurance Co. ot
LIFE and ET
Xew England Mutual I
SURANCE CO. OF BOST
fiTNA Fire Insurance C
Wm. G. Irwin &
Wm. 0. Irwin. .President and
Claus Sprocket Vice I
W. M. Girfard.. Second Vice 1
H. M. Waitney, Jr,... Trees.
Geo. J. Ron
AGENTS OF THB
OF BAN FRANCISCO, O
G. BREWER & CO,
Queen Street, HonoluluTl
Hawaiian Agricultural Co.,
Sugar Plant. Co, Onomea St
Honomu Sugar Co., Walluku S
Makee Cugnr Co., Haleakala Ri
Tho Planters' Line of San F
Packet; Chas. Qerwer ft Co.'
LIST OF OFFICERS.
C. M. Cooke, President;
Robertson, Manager; E. F.
Treasurer and Secretary; Col
Allen, Auditor; P. C. Jones,
tcrhouse and Geo, R, Carter, D
QUEBN ST., - HONOL
The Lancashire insurance C
The Balolse Insurance Co.
Union Gas Engine Co.
Domestic Sewing Machine, Etc,
Pensylvania Fire Insurance
Chas. T. Wilder,
General Manager, ot
THE EQUITABLE LIFE
Ot the United State for the Ha
Offlce, : Merchant Si. : Honolula.