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Stations t7:30 a. m 9:ir a. in.,
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Arrive Honiilnlii from Knhuku, Wnl
nlua and WHlanao 8:36 a. in., 5:3l
Arrlvo In Honolulu fiom Kwa Mill
nud Pearl City tT.ili n. in., '8:30 .
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in., 5:31 p. in., 7:30 p. in.
Arrlvo Honolulu fromWahlawa
S:3G a. in. nnd G;31 p. ill.
t Kx. Sunday.
t Sunday Only.
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ftaln (only first-class tickets honored),
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a 111.; returning, arrives in Honolulu
Hi 10:10 p. 111. The Limited stops only .
at Pearl City and Waianuw.
rj. P. DBNISON, F. O. SMITH, I
Sllpt. O. I'. & T. A. 1
Fine Job Printnu, it Ihf Bullion,
FOR OAtt FRANCISCO:
FOR SAN FRANCISCO:
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MONGOLIA MAY .7
NIPPON MARU MAY 11
DOfllG MAY 25
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i From Sorenlon'i Wharf.
I Apply on Doard or to
' HAWAIIAN BALLASTING CO., Agl
Telephone Main 330, Maunakea St., b
lew King. P. O, Box 820.
HONOLULU IRON WORKS
Improved nnd Modern SUGAR MA
CHIirEHY of every capaoity and de
scription made to order. Boiler work
and HIVETED PIPES for irrigation
purposes a specialty. Particular at
tention paid to JOB WORK, and re
pain executed at shortest notice,
M. Phillips &"Ca
Wholesile Intptrtert and Jobbers
AMERICAN DRY GOODS
rorsr nd QtliEN RVS
Malik hooka of all Boris, ledgeri,
etc. manufactured by the llulletlu Pub
EOTAnLISHLD IN IBM.
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Commercial and Travelers'
Letters of Credit issued on
the Bank of California and
The LondonJoint Stock Bank,
Correspondents fot the
American Express Company
jnd Thos. Cook & Son.
Interest allowed on term
and Savings Bank Deposits.
Wm. G. Irwin,
Glaus Spreckels & Co.
San Francisco Ajjcnls Tlio Ne
vada National Dank of Kan Francisco.
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tional Hank of San Francisco.
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Chicago Com Kxchnngc National
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Honnkonn and Yokohama Hong-long-Shanghai
New Zoaland and Australia llnnlc
of New Zealand and Uank of Austin
tasliv. Victoria and Vancouver Dank of
llrltish North America.
Deposit received. Loans made on
approved Hccurlly. Coinnierelal and
Trnvclarn' CredltB Issued. Hills of Kjc
change bought and sold.
Collections Promptly Accounted For.
AND TRUST CO
OF HAWAII, LTD.
SUBSCRIBED CAPITAL. . .$200,000.00
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Omeo: Corner Kort as. I Kfng StB.
SAVINGS DEP03IT8 received and
Interest allowed for yearly deposits lit
tlio rule of 4 1-2 )ur cent, per annum,
ltulos nnd restitutions furnished up
Capital Subscribed Yon 21,000,000
Capltnl I'aid Up ...... ren ai.nuu.uou
reserved Ifund Yen 13,700,000
HEAD OFFICE, YOKOHAMA.
BRANCH AGENCIES Antmig,
lilslcn, linns Kail. Chefoo. Dalny,
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I.ooynng. London, Lyons, Mukden,
Nagasaki, Nowchwang, No York,
Peking, Can Francisco, Shanghai, Ti
entsin, Toklo, Osaka.
Tho bank buys and receives for col
lection Tlllls of Kxchnugo, lssuos
Drafts and letters of Crodlt and trans
nata n general hanking business.
HONOLULU BRANCH, 67 KING ST.
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Telephone Main 407. P. O. Box 705.
832 FORT ST.
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MEMBER HONOLULU STOCK AND
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All classes of Building Work
promptly and carefully executed
Office 'Phone Bluo 1801.
Residence 'Phone Blue 2332
Small anA Medium Sizes, Complete.
A. FERNANDEZ & SON,
Nos. 44-50 King St., Kntsey Blk M.
Nuuanu & Smitli Sts. ; Tel. Main 180.
Attorney-at-Law and Notary Public.
Real Eotate, Loans, Collections.
Agent to Grant Marriage Licenses.
Phones: Office Main 310; Res.Wh.1341.
' (Continued from Saturday)
Hut there nro other examples that
Mark Twain run lint swallow:
"A Utile far Western girl t mine.
equipped with un adult ocnliulnry,
Hinipn her nee nnd vavH 'I thought I
would write a demonstration to yoir
CI... 1....I n ntnliit ilnt-lvml ft Otll fpt
PIIU ll.t.l . VI....., .v....- n
ting tiling over u pony s head and because It has been so quiet nnd In- tures, by n member or one of tlio icai, juuicss, remorseless., nun u ioim.s
landed on a lock pile. She saved Uidlous. Mrs. Kilily Issues n charter l'auls or directorships, which she Iron, one of t ho most genial, tolerant
herself from disaster " ;'- . i.ew church every four days bctcecll lmlorc :iZSK
Ing to say 'Clod Is nil whllo sho . adherents arc like the sands ol ,0 U) Jon ,lfr cmrclli 81l0 k'mVl.a lll0 fat.ts that ho sets forth. Mark
In the n I r. 1 couldn't have dono It. th0 senshoro for multitude, nnd Ilia t. Uma, rai.c better than that. Slio Twain seldom denounces nnd ho never
I shouldn't even have thought of It., wealthy nnd the nrlstocrntlc nio to gravely gucs thrnusli tho motions of scolds. There was n time, ho nays,
I should Imvo been too excited. Notli-Ibo found nliiong them us well us tho icluctnntly granting ndtnlsslon to the when Mrs. IMdy wanted money for
Ing but Christian Science would have VOor nnd the Illiterate. applicant aa a favor to lilm. The Idea the small things of life, like the rcBt
vii'nbled that rl.lld to do that calm) 'Tour years ago there were six worth nntohl shekels. She does not of us. lie docs mil th Ink t t "er
and thoughtful nnd Judicious .Christian Scientists In . certu.u iZrVttr "" "' "
Hi those clrctimftances. She ratio town that I mil iicnualntcd with: a ,ost ,, ,vtl K,ai, cmot011( a,,,! HPtl i , nt t,( tli:tt sho has ever ul
dowtt on her ltend, nnd by nil the jcur ngo thcro wero two liundrcd nnd ,,,, tnn rattci t.afi nmI ,lvt0 tno l(m-ci n dollar that had no friends to
iiilcB sho should have broken It; but Us membership now numbers four nelghbois to liavo a time. No, she get by her nllve, but I think her roa
the Intervention of the formula pre-, l.undrcd. This has nil been quietly looks upon hli coldly, Hhe snubs him, mjii for wanting It lias changed. I
voiiir.il Hint mi tbr. onlv c-hilin re- ti,im. .1...... v.-iilwnii friMnlpil revlvi she says. "Who are you? .Who Is your: think sho wants It now to Increase.
Ktiltlng was a blackened eye. Moii-Uls.
iay morning It was still swo.leivand
t.hut. At scliool it hurt pretty badly
-that Is, It scented to. So I was cx
cuscd, and went down to the base
ment and said, 'Now I am depending
on mamtnn Instead of on Cod, and I
will depend on Cod Instead of mam
ma.' No doubt this would have an
swered; but, to make sure, sho ndd-
nl Mrs. ICddy to the team anil recited
the Scientific Statement of llelng,
which is ono of the principal Incnnta
tlotn. I Judge. Then "I felt my eye
opening.' Why, dear. It would liavo
opened nn oyster. I think It Is 0:10
of the toucliingest tilings In child
history, that pious little rut down
cellar pumptng away nt tho Sclentllls
Statement of itelng."
Hut it scents that Christian Science
Is applicable not only to human be
ings hut even to niilmais, mid here,
too, tltc author lias to draw 11 line.
Ilu Is willing to believe, ho Is mix
leus to believe, but ho has his limi
tations: "Tlicto Is tho account of llio reator
allon to perfect health. In a single
nlirlit. of 11 fainllv inliirpil lioi-Kp. in-,
the application of Christian Science.
.' can stand n good deal, but 1 recog
nlzu that the Ice Is getting pretty
thin heic. Thatl horse had us many
i.h llfty claims; )iy,v could he demon
trnto over thei7 Could he do thu
... . , . 1 r I ..... I.. ..u
ilo,l.flno,l. llnnd.Cl radons.
, :r v ""m;v ' r. r; 'o
him 1, 1 jum n, 11 s tin nt .
Nine. Set Them tip on tlio Other
ino i ciiiiiii itu iiiionu uiti nncu-
tllle Statement of llelng? Now,
tould ho? Woultln't It glvo him n
elupMi? Let us draw the Una lit
l,rHM-liiircH and furniture."
So much for tho clnluis of Chris-
tlau Science to heal tho sick, wheth-
er ine,n or horses. Mark Twain lunkes
us laugh all the time, but ho Is fair,
frrupulously fair. He IiuIiIh 1.0 brief
ilthor for the churches or for the
doctorn, mid ho seems to think that 11
iniin bus 11 perfect right to got cured
In any v.t.y l:c idu.i!.c.i, or to slay mi-
uied If lie wlbhoj. Indeed, he
points out that rll'jough medical
treatment by Christian Selntitlsts may
bu Illegal, so it would be Illegal, and
therefore Immoral, for Jesus ChrlJt
lilm-'olf to emu Hie sick If Ho slioul'l
come amongst us In this twentieth
It Is against tho Christian Sclonce
organization that tlio author launch'
is his fulniliiatlons, not nt tho thlngu
taught by tho organization. Ho
thowa that tho organization, with
Mrs. Kddy nt Its head, Is 0110 vast
tcheino for making money. The dot
lar tnlnt Is over It nil, nnd overy
book, every hymn, every by-law, ov
trtiiv, uvurj Hymn, cvuij iij-iuh, -a.-
rx de.n.1 of an immense and compll-
Uted mechanism Is Intended to tint
tsfy, not a mere commercial Instinct,
but a colossal nud 11 grasping greed
almost withoilt Its parallel In tha
history of icllglon. Already the lit-
r....... ,.r ,1,., ,. miinn i vnni it.
.,. ... " ,. ...,,, ,
tliu unya Ul I'OUIU IV will uu iuw.i
"Ill thoso days tho Trust will havo;l)rbUnm foeg..lunion for all strictly
nn Inionio npproacliins Ilvo million ' advance." The church was bom,
dollars n day, and no expenses tu bo nmi it was no ordinary church for It
taken out ot If, no taxes to pay and
iw, h.iiiiipj in -muiiinrt. That last
detail should not bo lightly pusso.t
ever by the leader; It Is well entitle,
v ,.1 i',i. .,. vo not1"'" 'Utitlior to tho by-laws, und ho does
lu kiiui iitvn hiiim"iim " -.
even Io contrlhiito to. One sonrcheJ
In vain tlio Trust's ndvoillheineiiti)
Mid tho uttoiunccs of Its organs for
uny suggestion that It spends a pen
ny on orplians, widows, illschargel
pi'lMineis, liospltnls, ragged schools,
iilglit mlhslnus, city missions, libra.
rles, old pcojilo's homes, or any otlior
Object that appeals to a human lin
ing's purse through his honrt."
Tim author bus hunted Industri
ously to find 11 single farthing that
has boon spent upon any worthy nb
led. Indeed, the ofllclals openly
nvow that 110110 of this vnst inconia
Is so employed. "Sly? Deep? .Ill
lUclous? The Trust understands its
business. Tho Trust doen not glvo
"Chilstlan Bcienro ilooa not ailmlt
thnt there ant such thlngn aa evils.
Why, then, Bhnuld It glvo nwny ttv
ihonoy for their nllavlatlnu? Kor
Mrs. Kddy thcro Is 110 such thing u
.': ..'JtJ-:fjijaJ&:i"j3di7.-ti..aia,,.:. .lH,y. iUf fcZ :kU..'fJL.t4llit.fiKiQi,J. 'uintiii'"-.,!.!.-'.','' .. .w'Hfi...V &k'l-i '.
AM" OF CHRISTIAN SCIENCE
TWAIN'S BOOKS REVIEWED BY SYDNEY G. P. CORYN
IN THE ARGONAUT
mutter unless It lie coined Into dol-
Jars. That Is the only form In which
matter appeals to Mrs.
like the daughter of tho horse-leech
ho cries "give,
'clvc, Blvc," and alio doeJ
not cry In vnlti.
y0 do not nppreclate tlio extent to
wl.lnl. ni..Ull.m UnlAnrwi lifia uir.'iil.
-.IIV.I V.. I. IO...... MV.V...VU 1111. ,..v...,
without uniforms, brass bnndn,
Utreet parades, corner oratory, or nny,' - --lutf" ' "-
f)l mo mnur cusiuuMij n.-i ........
to it godly life. Christian Science.
like Molinlnmcdnntsm, Is 'restricted'
to tho 'unintelligent, tho peoplo who
do not think.' Thcro lies the dan-
per. It makes Christian Science for-
T. 1 1, i. i. .. inin.t' i.. ,.i,.niv.
n Liable. It Is trlctc.I to iiliiotj-
nine one liundrcdtlm of tho Imtnnn
jince, and must he reckoned with bnbe norsonul (.hnltcla of Mrs. Kddy. No
regular unriBiianny. nu wm m-
as soon as It Is too late."
Mark Twain devotes moro than
l,ir M, l.nnlr I., n descrlntlon of
,... .,.,...- 1 ..... ...! it
,ur. 1-...UJ- !,....... I-"-, ...... "U,My ,vitl,ut reason given or offenro
Is about this that we wtint o k 10 y. tllargC(1 ..,,., 10 ,,, w im ,)0Wcrj
It Is the personnl equation that Indl- t0 ,,. jMlu?n3k8 (ho mit11)r
intes motive, thnt separates le- 1-tlio 0110 In Koine? . . . Not In
iceiico from selllshncss, and that en-1 AlllL.rCJ1 Ancl )10t niacwhere, we may
nbles us to form opinions that aro Just. believe."
w e imvo nirca u seen UI,1.,...h ...
the Mircad of Christian Science, of e
vast Income llmt it enjoys, and of tlio
thliiKB thnt It docs not do with its
money. It does not glvo one cent In
charity. Tho liver of Its revenuo
Hows onward steadily and, llko most
rivers, It Mows always In 0110 direction.
Into what ocean docs It ultimately iuii,
nnd what arc wo to
strange woman who
think (it 1110
Hero at least the author la unsj
' . 7
In liU I'ondi'iiinntlon. mid the lusl
his conteuiiiluous sarcasm falls with
an almost tticsomo monotony. He
wiints to know who really wrote tho
book. "Science and Health," of wlilcli
'she claim the aiilliorsiup. a nil wiiicu
I . V - - . . ...1.1-1.
. .m io ti.0 mui.r..i n.ci. i
....... ., 1. it titled nti.l nt an ell tlinrllclflllrt
,)rulltB ' JIarI Twa KpCm to think I
lat j(l1(i ijiiuy certainly uiu 1101 wine
ti,,, ,i. nu believes that she wrote
the preface and some few pnes scat-
tcrctl hcru nnd there. In fact, wherovcr
, ! njJ n Pl ir I"-" '"'',r"') '' '
1 Kngllsh, 11 plen of hopelessly Confused
lm,tHnm. an inlcrlardliiR of dclestnblo
sentiment or a dash of twaddling p't-
ry, tlieie he rcidgnlzes Mrs. Kddy's
handlwmk. mid by thuso sIriis lie
knows her. She herself seems to say
wor()i )1t , hcr rIiyrK,t npplliatlon
fcu Ulvil u) tio lilame on hersrlf. Sho
jla,i to, snyii Aiark, becuuue at that tlmu
no foreigner could acquire copyright
lu the United Slates. After weighing
Mrs. Kddy's own stutclneiita In nil their
native confusion and bewildering con
tradictions,, we .are lold:
At last, through her personal testi
mony, wo have u sure grip upon tho
following vital facts, nnd they scttln
the utithorshlp of Science and Health
1. ,drs. Kddy furnished tho Ideas
Cod furnished the Ideas and tho
It Is 11 great comfort to liavo tho
matter authoritatively settled.
Mrs, Kddy's beginning was with tho
publication of "Science and neaiui.
Sho copyrighted It, as sho does every-
----- ---.-.--..----- --. - ....,., .-,,
,)p(.allB0 ..s,. a nnM perton and
knows tho valiio ot unall things." Then
ebo began to tenih. Pupils came by thu
bundled anil she ehurges Ibcm f30o for
seven lessons. It seems that Cod lolil
her to make this cliargo. So that to
Icrltlclso would bo blusphoiitous. Then
,.,, ,i, ,. ,..m, 1,0 rnl nf P.
had at Its heart a woman whom warn
Twain r.ccius to think is, lu hcr own
peculiar und malodorous wuy, tlio most
'" , . ,
A great deal ot attention is given by
noil to show us whnt these rcully
uieiin, liecunsu their mcanlns Is prcg
mint with Instruction. A less diluted
despotism never existed. Tho Huiium
Catholic Church In tho dayu of Itu
mof. arrogant xiwrr, of its greatest
pretensions, never daiml In claim sucii
ttovrrciglity over thu hearts and lives
uf men as Mrs, Kddy exercises over her
willing victims, We liavo hero an or-
ft , I v.. t I.... .1..., In ..... ....It. .tliMnn
iv.ut&.iuwti llmt la ,,U. Villlj UIIUVI1IU- 1
untie, but that Is autocratic tyranny :
in its worst and Its most hateful form.
There Is u lijanl of Directors, of whom
every member must bo approved by
Mrs. Kddy. Tho Hoard of Directors
ihooFes a president subject to tlio ap
proval of Mrs. Kddy, Thero Is a treas
urer and 11 clerk piactlcally appoint
ed by Mrs. Kddy. Thero Is no Hoard of
Trustees, but lu ease Micro should ho
one- It in.irtt bo TOiiBitmtcil by Mm.
IMdy. 'I hat In exjuvssly piovldod lor.
The pulpits nt the churches are occu
pied by roidern who nro appointed
by the Hoard of Directors, who are ap
pointed by Mrs, Kddy. "Ifsho objects
to thu nomination, said candidates
shall not he chosen.
must read from Mrs,
They must utter no word of their own.
Ti.nra i.oi.i i.o iw. nn.nplilnir. im ex-
!,' j,r8, l:'(1(y h'as t-t,yrlRHt
'on all these things. ' No one can even
j,,in tho eliurch without tho rccoin-
,t,ii.,.1nllf.n ..f .,nn lit li-a l..lilf'u rrM.
1. 1 . ...... 1 (VW. J ... ... ...u. .., .w.
!"lKsor? Who asked you to come
All(, n, ,,, v;ny (1.vn 10 nn4
,,nl ,. (ll) ot (I10W -hlcli to dcploro
Ui0 moro tho gitllpful running with
which Mrs. Kiltly makes of herself "tho
whole thing," down to the most lnslg.
Mjucnnt detail, or the credulous com-
placcnro that allows her to do so. From
h ,c8t (() o owcst n), thcRC ()f.
,lnlM ,..,,, ..... ,.,.r th0wl,iVl ,.m
. i.nipcror oi itoino ever nnrcii io siinicu
at such power, mid many n ruler has
lost his life for nttcnipting one-half
of what she has done. Any leader, for
example, may be expelled by Mrs.
.MCI1,t)er8, the common or garden vn-
,c(yi nmy j(j xpciu.,, , tl0
bo expelled 111 the f.iiiK)
wuy, Any unliicUy wight working
ngulnst "what tlio Discoverer anil
Founder of Christian Science under
stands is advantageous to the Individ
I'al" anil to too rnusc shall bo expelled.
No second chance out hu goes! Ales
ineiistu or hypnotism U not allowed
excepl appaieutiy to Mrs. IMdy herself.
Hhu says; "I jiosscss a spiritual senso
'of what tho malicious menial piuctt-
tinner Is mentally arguing which can
'"t l" ilccclvcd." It Is no use to resist
this tort of thing. Tho possessor of a
spiritual fciiso has thu right of way
nil tho time.
Mrs. Kddy lias will ten thrco hymns,
nnd one of thevo three hymns must hu
iiiug at least oucu 11 month In every
eliurch. There was probably no other
wny to get them sung. These hymns
nro set to what Mark Twain calls
"musical niigiilsli." Then thcro Is n
Hoard of lMucatlon owned by Mrs.
IMdy. Thcro nru Public Teachers'
limllarly owned. There is 11 Hoard of
lectureship of which the members
nro approved by Mrs. Kddy. There uio
Mlfslonarles elected "llko the rest of
tho domestics iiuminlly," nnd under
the ramo pioprletorshlp, Thero Is a
creed copyrighted by Mrs. Kddy and
I hero Is a Publishing Association which
onro did not pay and which was there-
lore given by Mrs. Kddy to tho Natlon -
nl Chilstlan Scleiu-o Association (her-
self), but which was reclaimed ami
THE BAKER REPLIES
when you ask him what kind of Flour he uses
to make his delicious bread and pastry.
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generously given to the Mother Chnrcli
thcisclf ngnln) ns soon as it nan uccii
worked up to the dividend stngc.
It Is dreary icadlnir. nttUoueli
,.,. ,... rilnu. .i,., time, l'roh-.
ulily .Mm. Kddy herself laiiRlis whenj
ho thluks of It. Wo liavo only
tklnimcd the cream on tins lioolt ami
lldt HOnrlV nil eVeil Of tlint. It lfl lOg
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nnd establish nnd i.erpelnatc her hiw-
ts" ami Tuxurics ot to" furnUu
palut nud fuis and fc.-tthcrs fur vain
display. . . . She Is still reaching
for the dollar, she will contlnuo to
reach for It; but not that she limy
r.pcnd It upon herself; not that sho
may expend it upon charities; not that
hhe may indemnify nn early depriva
tion, and clothe herself In a hlnzc of
North Adams gauds; not that shu
may Imvo nine breeds of pie for break
fast, as only the rich New Kiiglnndcr
can; not thai she mny indulge any
petty material vanity or nppctlte that
once was hers, and prized nnd nursed,
but that sho mny npply that dollar to
statelier uses and place It where It may
cast the metallic sheen of her glory
fathest acmes tho receding expanses
of the clobc.
Truly 11 rcmnrkablo book about 11
remarkable woman, iiml tho writing ot
It was a public Ecrvlcc.
Knglneer Schuyler, who cntno hcio
Irom San Francisco lately at tlio re
quest of the Legislature to examine, lu
lu nnd reiHirt on tho Nutiuliii dam, It
engaged at tho Public Works Depart
ment, compiling his view,! on the con
st ruction of thu dam nnd will submit
the same either today or tomorrow.
Mr. h'cliuyler la qtilto satisfied that
Honolulu has 11 most bountiful water
supply In thu scheme of the N'uuniiit
reservoir, and hu states from personal
Investigations, that ho Is of tho opin
ion Hial tho water Is of first class
Mr. Schuyler rays that he will re
turn to California on tho next Ala
meda. FUNERAL SERVICES
OF WILLIAM WHITE
The f unci al services over tho re
mains of the late William White, con.
dueled by Hawaiian tdgi) No. SI, F.
ft A. M on Saturday, wero most Im
pressive. Robert Ilnlr. W. M. of tho lidee,
gavo the iltual of his olflce, and Itov.
I wacuiniosii ppoKo so feelingly unit
Many or tho old friends of the deceased
vcrn greatly moved with emotion.
Ui.llil IHLJ I I'J.J-KffMWPlULISJU
KINO AND BETHEL STREETS.
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