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...APRIL 1, 130!
For Representative Fourth District,
W. W. HARRIS
Republicans should turn out to the
rallies as well as at the polls. The
Btay-at-home Idea does not win politi
The attack on Evangelist dell Is an
example of a class of vicious bigotry
which finds no place In true Christianity-
as It Is Interpreted at the present
Loyal Republicans should remember
that this campaign cannot be won by a
captious criticism of the opposing can
didate. This method has been tried
once and proed a vote maker for tho
Author Dooth Tarklngton has scorod
his first success In politics by running
ahead of all candidates nt the Indian
apolis primaries. "Oh that mine enemy
would write a book" does not work out
In this case.
Business men of Seattle are of the
caliber that accomplished what they
set out to do. When It Is announced
that Honolulu trade will be sought,
San Francisco knows It has a competl
tor of no mean proportions.
S. M. Damon says very little of tho
Kona Sugar Company's affairs but his
word 8 of praise for the district in
which the plantation is located aro
worth a whole lot of money to this
newly developing section of the Terrl
It Is now up to the Republican com
mittee to enjoin the Secretary of tho
Territory from placing Mr. Dreler's
name on the official ballot. A ruling of
the courts ought to be obtained In this
matter to prevent any similar compli
cations In the future.
Public work cannot bo carried on to
the satisfaction of anyone without
money. Hence the numerous com
plaints regarding the condition of city
streets. As a matter of fact Superin
tendent Boyd Is making remarkable
headway considering the money at his
The election of a son of Hawaii to
the priesthood In the Catholic church
Is a source of pleasure to all religious
workers. It should serve as an ex
nmple to Christian young men, re
minding them of their responsibilities
In religious work. May the day be
not far llstant when young men of
Hawaii In the priesthood will be the
The determination of the Fourth
District committee to forge ahead with
an active canvass.opposltlon or no op
position, meets tho hearty approval of
every party voter and worker.
If there Is one thing needed In the
political activity of the Republican
party, It Is educational work ja capa
ble presentation of party principles
disassociated from the personality of
the candidates. It is highly proper to
extol tne virtues or a canuiuaie, nui
this Is not all that Is needed especially
among voters new to American parties
and their methods. It ought to be tak-
en for granted that all reputable par
ties will select men for public .offlco
who are prompted by honest motives.
This Ideal Is not always fulfilled, but
so far as this special election Is con
cerned the'f'men selected are ahoe re
proach. Should the contention that Mr.
Dreler Is not eligible be confirmed, as It
Is likely to be, there Is no occasion
whatever (or a d,lscusslon of candi
dates. Every energy of the party
should be centered oh the principles
the party stands, for, an the voter
should be impressed with the fact that
tho party and its principles are con
stant quantities, not to be changed by
defeat or forgotten in the glory and
power of victory. The Republican par
ty Is plastic only In Its readiness to
meet new Issues as they arise and act
along tbe lines best suited to promote
the welfare of the community and each
The Republican party appeals to the
voters, not because John Jones Is a
good man, a popular fellow, the best
the country can afford. The party seeks
representative men and In this manner
guarantees tbe carrying out of Its
promises to the people. The man
gains strength from the party rather
than the party from the man. Sound,
progressive policies of aggressive Am
erican administration Is the proper
base of all party operations, and has
ever proved a characteristic of the Re
publican organization. Thoughtless
ness, carelessness or poor Judgment
can atone cause Its downfall or failure
to secure tho full confidence of tho
Tho opportunity offers In this spe
cial election to carry out a party educa
tional program. Such work ought con
stantly to be carried on by the organi
zation, but this body has been handi
capped. As such work is carried on
with vigor, the party will gain solid
strength, as It Is slighted the party will
ba slow In gaining prestige and votes.
Vigorous work nil along the line is
what Is needed. Teach the people that
there Is no off-season in the Republican
TUB CHURCH TRANSFER.
The formal transfer of .oe Anglican
church to the American Jurisdiction
marks nn Interesting epoch In tho his
tory of these Islands as well as tho
church. The Anglican church has dona
a noble work for Christianity. In spite
of sharp differences It has gone for
ward with steadfast purpose and has
been a forceful power in advancing
moral and social conditions.
In passing to the American Jurisdic
tion this church is fulfilling the final
detail of administration toward which
the hand of Providence has led and
directed for many years. This change
Is an item in the program of progres
sive development In which moral
forces Join, perhaps to a greater degree
than material. It brings tho church In
complete harmony with Its Burround-
Ings and thus alone can Its best work
The retiring Bishop and those who
preceded him have done a grand work
in the upbuilding of a church whoso
good works are in evidence In every
portion of the Territory. Mistakes havo
been ma'de. Let those who have never
erred be first to throw the shaft of
criticism. But these mistakes havo
not been without their lessons and
though history Is prone to repeat it
self, none can or ought to profit more
by errors than the church.
A finally settled condition In the ad
ministration of this religious organiza
tion Is bound to bring about a greater
degrco of strength.
FROM AUSTERITY TO LUXURY
New York Sun.
The change that has come over
Methodism since the days when every
thing savoring of decoration both In
the architecture of Its meeting houses
and In the attire of Its membership
was eschewed as sinful worldly display,
strikingly Illustrated In an article on
"Somo Modern Churches" In the last
number of the Architects' and Builders
Magazine. Photographs of three Meth
odist churches are reproduced, at
Mount Vernon and Katonah In this
State and at Southport In Connecticut
All these churches are of a distinc
tively ecclesiastical and ornamental
style of architecture. They would
have been unrecognizable as Methodist
meeting houses two generations, If not
a single generation,. ago. its jietu-
odlst house of worship used to be an
absolutely plain structure, generally
without even a steeple to distinguish It
from secular buildings.
The attire of the Methodist congre
gations was not less austere. The
"fripperies of fashion" were denounced
by the preachers as inventions of Sa
tan, to be eschewed sedulously by
Methodists, or people with thoughts
fastened on things not of this world
Now the rustle of silks Is heard In
Methodist churches and the glitter ot
Jewels Is seen, while drawn up before
the doors are the carriages of the rich
of the flocks; and no objection Is heard.
The plainness and austerity of tho
earlier Methodism aro incongruous
with the new architecture of their more
tecent churches as Vleplcled in this
Among the "General Rules" drawn
up by Wesley for the Methodists, and
still nominally recognized by them,
are these prohibitions:
"Doing what we know Is not to the
glory of Ood, as:
The putting on of cold and costly
"The taking such diversions as cau
not be used In the name of the Lord
The singing those songs or reading
those books which do not tend to tho
knowledge and lovo of Ood;
'Softness and needless self-indul
"Laying up treasure upon earth."
Imbued with this spirit Methodism
advanced rapidly In this country until
Its followers became the most numer
ous ot the American Protestant bodies.
Methodists were distinguished, as "sep
arated from the world." Austerity ot
life prevailed among them. They were
a plain people and they assembled In
meeting houses destitute of ornament
and without any trace of ecclesiastical
architecture. Now they aro building
churches scarcely distinguishable In
appearance from temples at which they
looked once as affording evidences of
sinful pretension, and the "putting on
of gold and costly apparel" Is .as fre
quent among Methodists who can af
ford to pay for the display as It Is
among "people of the world" of the
This transformation Is made strlk
Ingly apparent also In a prize for sub
scriptions offered by tho American Il
lustrated Methodist Magazine, pub
lished at St. Louis. It Is of a "com-1
blnatlon game board," on which ten
pins and billiards may be played In
miniature, with a large number of va
riations; "somo exciting )!""i," "oth?
crs quiet games," which means, we as
sume games of chance and games ot
skill. At any rate, this "combination
game board" belongs, In the same cate
gory with cards, ping pong, bridge
whist, and other worldly pastimes ot a
kind once eschewed with abhorrence
by Methodists, under Wesley's rule for
bidding "the taking ot such diver
sions as cannot be used In the name
of the Lord Jesus."
All thla Is very significant. It shows
that the great distinction ot the Meth-
wc liave to offer are First Quality Goods at the lowest
possible prices. We liave lately received large ship
ments completing our lines.
PACIFIC HARDWARE CO., LTD.
Bethel Street Household Department.
Pretty nearly, everything that you
can think of In tho harness line Is In
cluded In our big display.
Every harness wo sell Is a bargain,
and wo sell all kinds from light track
;incroad to heavy coach and team
harness. From no ono else can you
get the harness value we give you.
Sole Agents J. A. McKerron's flno
Harness and Horse Boots.
C. F. Herrick Carnage Co.,
IS5 Merchant St., next to 8tnnjjenwnld Building.
odlst of the past Is departing; and
with that spirit gone Is not the rell-
glous movement started by Wesley I
likely to lose its impetus? Simul
taneously the exciting revivals which
once kept hot Its religious enthusiasm
are passing away and aversion to them
as emotional excesses which violate
good taste begins to be exhibited.
IS NOW UNDER
(Continued from nsge 1.)
had Kamehameha's prayer to Vancou
ver for preachers been answered. Ho
also Incidentally mentioned the great
aid which tho cause of Christianity
had at all times received from tho
roya, house ot Hawaii.
He wished that the lost opportuni
ties of tho eighteenth century be re
called In order that tbe people now
could be up and doing In order that no
twentieth century opportunities should
bo lost. The watchword saoutd bo
Oceanlca for Christ as well as for com
merce. It was a very happy Incident that
the very vessels used In the dispens
ing oi tho Holy Communion, were ot
American origin, they being the gift
or the late Dr. James De Koven. Ho
ended his speech by reminding thosu
assembled that while civil and eccle
siastical affairs were allko subject to
changes which must come In tho natur
al order ot events still while fealty
and flags were changed, still the holy
sacrament was over tbe samo and un
changed for all.
Immediately after tho morning ser
vlco a communion servlco was held,
both Bishop Willis and Rishop Nlch
ols officiating. Rev. Canon Ault acting
The following of tho clergy assisted
In the services: Dean Kltcat,' Canon
Ault, Canon Weymouth, 'Rev. Dr. Jen
ner of England, Rev. Frank Flft ad
Rev. Kong Yin Tet. The church was
well-nigh filled with people there be
ing present meinbers of the. First and
Second Congregations present as well
as a number of the congregation of
.... Clement's Chapel,
An aerolite fell near Chatlllens the
other day, Tho stono was triangular
In shape, of a dark gray color, about
eleven ounces In weight. This Is only
tho second meteoric stono that Is
known to havo fallen In Switzerland.
W. C. Arnett of Slssons, TJol., Is try
ing to cure himself ot gout by fasting.
For thirty-one days he took no nour
ishment but that got from smoking a
pipe, and reduced his weight from 25'J
to 210 pounds. Ho has now added an
orange to his dally diet.
Marshal Hepner, ono of the men
who helped to capture Jeff Davis, Is
living at present In Chilton, Wis.
Design 70ur own ledgers, cash
books, etc. If you pre undecided, we
will help you. That Is In our line and
'ho PRICE IS RIGHT, at the EVEN
Michigan Stoves and Ranges,
Glassware and Crockery, The
Favorite Eddy Ice Chests and
Refrigerators, Water Filters
and Coolers, Agate and Tinware
Willcox&Gibbs' New Automatic
Sewing Machines, New Ideal
Sewing Machines, Hand Sewing
ii ii ii it
Tho best the markets
alord served tnd guests
havo full view of the sea
from tho dining room, . ,
L. H. DEE, Proprietor.
W. Beswlck, Manager.
Take the car to Walklkl.
W. K, VICKERY,
of tho firm of Vlckery, At
kins and Torrey, of San
Francisco, Is now In Ho
nolulu with some flno wa
ter colors which aro on
exhibition In ROOM 11,
In engravings, etchings
and photogravures will bo
found many suitable wed
ding gifts at prices rang
ing from $10 upwards.
A good selection of Cop
ley Sepia Prints, prices
-. from J2 to $6, are also In
Tho pure juice of the California
drupe Fruit carbonated by us.
Delicious refreshing and health
ful. Delivered at
the dozen in the city limits.
TELEPHONE MAIN 71.
Soda Water Works Co,, Ltd,
Agents, Brokers and Jobber.
W. G. Irwin & Co.
Western Sugar Refinery Company of
Baldwin Locomotive Works ot Phila
delphia, Pa., U. S. A.
Newell Universal Mill Co. (National
Cane Shredder),New York, U.S.A.
N. Ohlandt & Co.'s Chemical Fertili
Alex. Cross & Sons' htgh-grado Ferti
lizers for Cane and Coffoe.
Reed's Steam Ptpo Covering.
ALSO OFFER FOR SALE!
Paramne Paint Co.'s P.& D. Paints and
Papers; Lucol and Linseed Oil,
raw and boiled."
Indurlne (a' cold-water paint), Id white
Filter Press Clothes, Cement, Lime and
CASTLES COOKE, Ltd
:: Sugar Factors
The Ewa Plantation Co.
The Walalua Agricultural Co., Ltd.
The Kobala Sugar Co.
The Walmea Sugar Mill Co.
Tho Fulton Iron Works, St. Louts, Mo.
The Standard OH Co.
The Oeo. F. Blake Steam Pumps.
Tho New England Life Insurance Co.
The Aetna Fire Ins. Co. ot Hartford,
Tho Alliance Assuranco Co. of London
II. P. Baldwin ... .' President
J. B. Castlo First Vlco President
W. M. Alexander.. Second Vice Pres.
J. P. Cooke Treasurer
W. O. Smith Secretary
Geo. R. Carter Auditor
Sngar Factors and
AGENTS for Hawaiian Commercial &
Sugar Co., Haiku Sugar Co., Pala Plan
tation Co., Nahlku Sugar Co., Klbel
Plantation Co., Hawaiian Sugar Co.,
Kahulul Railroad Co., and
The California and Oriental S, S, Co
Win. 6. Irwin & Co
Wm. G. Irwin. .President and Manager
Claus Spreckcls Vice President
W. M. Glffard. .Second Vice President
II. M. Whitney Jr.....Treas. and Sec.
Geo. J. Ross ...Auditor
AOENTS OF THE
Oceanic Steamship Co.
OF SAN FRANCISCO, CAL.
C. Brewer & Co., Ltd.
Queen Street, Honolulu, T. H.
Hawaiian Agricultural Co., Ookala
Sugar Plant. Co., Onomca Sugar Co.,
Honomu Sugar Co., Walluku Sugar Co..
Makee Sugar Co.,Haleakala Ranch Co..
The Planters' Line ot San Francisco
Packets, Ch'as. Brewer & Co.'s Line ot
LIST OF OFFICERS:
C. M. Cooke, President; Gcorgo
Robertson, Manager; E. F. Bishop.
Treasurer and Secretary; Col. W. F.
Allen, Auditor; V. C. Jones. II. Wa
terbouso and Geo. R. Carter, Directors.
LIFE and FIRE
Insurance - Agents
NEW ENGLAND MUTUAL LIFE IN
SURANCE CO. OF BOSTON.
AETNA FIRE INSURANCE COM
PANY OF HARTFORD.
THE VON HAMM-YOUNG CO.,
QueenSlreet, . - Honolulu
The Lancashire Insurance Co.
The Balolso Insurance Co.
Union Gas Engine Co.
Domestic Sewing Machine, Etc.
General Manager of
THE EQUITABLE LIFE
Of tbo United States for tbe
OFFICE, Merchant 8treet, Honolulu.
Pensylvania Fire Insurance
Chns. T. Wilder,
BISHOP & CO
Betubllshed In I8S8.
Transact business In all department
Collections carefully attended to.
Exchange bought and sold.
Commercial and Travelers' Lettet
of Credit Issued on The Bank of Cal
tornla and N. M. Rothschild & Soni
Correspondents The Bank of Cal
forma, Commercial Banking Co. c
Sydney, Ltd.,1 London.
Drafts and cable transfers on Chin
and Japan through the Hongkong i
Bhanghal Banking Corporation an
Chartered Bank of India. Australia an
Interest allowed en term deposits I
the following rates per annum, viz:
Seven days' notice, at 2 per cent.
Three months, at 3 per cent
Six months, at 3 1-2 per cent.
Twelve months, at 4 per cent
k , TRUST DEPARTMENT
Act as Trustees under mortgages.
Manago estates (real and personal)
Collect rents and dividends.
Valuable papers. Wills, Bonds, etc.
received for Bofo-keeplng.
ACCOUNTANT DEPARTMENT ,
Auditors for Corporations and Prl
Books examined and reported on.
Statements of Affairs prepared.
Trustees on Bankrupt or Insolvent
OFFICE, B24 BETHEL STREET.
Deposits received and lpterest al
lowed at 4 1-2 per cent per annum, Ir
accordance with Rules and Regula
tlons, copies of wblcu may be obtained
FIRE, MARINE LIFE, ACCIDENT
AND EMPLOYERS' LIABILITY IN
Insurance Office, 924 Bethel 8treet.
Wm. Q. Irwin
Clans Spreckels & Co.
HONOLULU, : t ,T. H.
an Francisco Agents The Ne
vada National Bank of San Francisco.
an Francisco The Nevada Na
tional Bank ot San Francisco.
London The UnloiTBank ot Lon
New York American Exchange Na
Chicago Merchants' National Bank.
Paris Credit Lyonnals.
Berlin Dresdner Bank.
Hongkong and" Yokohama lions;.
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New Zealand and Australia Bank
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Victoria and Vancouver Bank ot
British North America.
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Pioneer Bnildiag -and Loan
AS8ET8, JUNE SJ, 1901, i80.04J.37.
Honey loaned on approved security.
A Bavlng Bank tor monthly deposits.
House, hllllt nn thn mnntht. I....II.
Twenty-third Series ot Block Is nw
OFFICER8-J. L. McLean. Presi
dent: A. A. TOIMar Vina I..l.l.n.
O. B.. Gray. Treasurer: A. V. Gear
IJIHKCTORS J. L. McLean. A.
A. wilder. A. V. riant- n n n-
J. D. Holt, A. W. Keech. J. A. Lyle,
Jr, J. M. Little, H. 8. Boyd.
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Office Hours: i2;go 1:30 p. m.
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Subscribed Capital.... Ten 24,000.000
Paid Up Capital Yen 18.000,000
Reserved Fund Ten 8.510,000
HEAD OFFICE, YOKOHAMA.
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ana Letters or credit, and transacts a
general banking business.
On Fixed ' Per cent
Deposit. Per annum.
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AT HAM0A, MAUI.
Mill Machinery. comDloto or In nart.
consisting of one 30"x(i0" 5-roller mill,
II. I. Wks. make, Putnam Engine
Vac. Fan, Double Effects, ClarlOers.
Centrifugals, Vac. Pumps, etc., etc.
''Parcels of land, Interest In Hul
Lands, Houses, Work Animals, Carts
Harness, Plows, Tools ot all sorts.
For particulars, apply to MR. J. R
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