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SUNDAY IN llll CHURCHES;
PASTOR SCORES POLITICS
Declaring Hint American citizenship
Is uflected wllli n disease which ho wad
pleased tu term pollllcllls. nlul which
lie sas linn gained nn utarmlnir head
way In Hawaii, llio ttcv. Anion, A.
Khcrsote, fipnNtAlit pastor of Central
Union church, loot, occasion to ex
press seiernl rmlk'iil views on prcscnt
ilny rnmlltlnnri ilnrlnK the cnurso ot his
sermon lust amine.
JU'V. Klicrholi' deplored the Increas
ing number of men whojicKlect their
families nml even Ml their honor for
the privilege nml so-called tllstlitc'lnn
if holtllnir it political ulllce for n little
time. Ilo ileelared Hint In Hawaii the
Malo o' affairs alnn tills Una Is. ills
concert Inn tu ono Who lonl(( nil fnmi
the outside, nml who linn the public,
welfare nt heart. '
"I have often thought It would bo
Interesting to know tlio exact iiulnher
or, men here In Honolulu whn lire
either In political John or iiro 'IviiiRers
nn, waiting fur positions'' of that sort,"
he unlit, '
In tllr-oifHlitt; the subject, Ilcv. Hber
rule ileclarcil that the commission form
of Ktuorritnent K' In Ills opinion., thn
best nrty out or. the present system.
The minister tno' iib IiIh text, "What
Seek Ye?" He spoke also In scnthltiB
tlterrns of the Aslor-tfqrca nuptials.
Susannah Wttlty Home to Open.
The Hiisnuunh Wesley I Ionic, the
school for Krreans nml Japanese, rnn-
diirtrd timlcr the auspices of the
,Mpthoillt Kpleeml rlinrcli, will open
for the fall term In nhont n weel:. The
Korean ciimpoiniil, which In also fi
nanced nml illrectcil hy the "Mi B.
church, will begin Its fall uctlvltlcH
nhmit tho first of October.
TI.e Woman's Ho.iril of Central Union
church will lRln Its new eur of work
on Tuesday at 2M0 p. in In thn chapel.
The pnn;nlin WII lie In charge of Vice
i'mldont .Mr.. A. C. Alexander nml
Mrs, Dnremiix Seuddcr will preside.
The llteiary topic for the afternoon
will ho presented hy Mini Frances OIJ-'
lliiRliain. president of tho College Club,
mill Is entltletl, "The Karly History of
Women's Missionary Hnclcllos ami
Hurly Itcptescntntlvo Women Mission
aries'." It Is hoppil that Dr. Dunning of Hns
tun. known on three contlnentH im tho
iililo eilltor nf Tho CiiiiRrrRiitlnnnlht.
will he prcKent mil dpenk. Also Itcv.
W. 11. Oleion Jimt Ixick from the main
land, will Rive miiiic "Hcliocs From the
Worhl In lloston."
Tho Itev. nml Mrs. Amos A. Kher
Milo have rrtiirneil from their vacation
thowhiR the linn effectH of a two
months' rest. Ilxcipt 'for next week,
when the inlnlsltr will lie In harness
nlno, the nsiilsttint mllilsler will liavn
iharRe of thu pulpit ilurliiR tho month
of September. Next Holiday mornhiR
Hpv. Dr. Albert H DiiunlnR. eilltor nf
Tho CoiiRreRntlolirillst, ,of lloston, n
preneher of elmitience anil one of the
Rrei.t lemlerH of worhl CoiiRrccntliinnl
Imn, will preach at Central Union, In
llr evenliiR llev. Dr. Allen 12. Crpi",
imiioclnte pastor of tho Ohl Hoiith
church, Hoilon, will probably consent
to upenk, milking this n reil-lctter ilay
In iliui'ili llli. hnlh of lln-vi kh'mIh
me niemlniH of the loiiuil-tliu-world
party cxpec'lcil hero thin week ami
Dr. Ryder Says Farewell.
The following letter nf farewell from
Dr. C. J. Ityilcr, who rpoko nt Central
Union church Inst week, will ho of
"Dour J'rleiuN: My slay with joti
has been ko ilellRhtful that I ileslro In
sp-ak this word of farewell as I sail
nnr.y. t tlianli jon each ami all for
jour manifold kliiilneKses. This ninntii
of scrJce mill prlvllCRo luls left brlRhl
ami fniRrnnl memerles, My nppi rela
tion oC the rofoiiml problems which
yoir fnco iincl nru bravely ami wlxjly
voUHir has bpp'n Rrratly Incrcaseil.
You face eonilltlons that every patriot
and Christian must, ilceply uppreclnle,
YouV problemR nro worhl problems ami
you aro cournRpoiHly solvhiK them, I
thank )ou for rIvIpr mo this chance tn
have a brief touch with you In this
Krcat work, Hlnccrcly yourn,
"C. J. ItYDKH,"
In iiceonlanco with a ilnn to have
the llrst Weilncsilay cvenlnR of ench
mniith "laillis' nlRlit" nt thn Method
ist Kplseopal church prayer service, an
InterpHthiR pioRrtuv has bpei pri pared
by the women for this week. Mlsi
Drtiminoiid will be tho leader. Tho
nrlois leaders ar freo In choosnthelr
own subJeclM, and Home Innovations
will dualities be Introduced during the
tall uml winter months.
The reRiilar meetlnR of the Kplphany
Oulld will be held at the residence of
Mrs. T. V. KlnR loinnrrgw rtfternonn.
MIIS. 0. I'. HKNTON. wiro nf Man
itRcr Ttenlon of Kwn, wits n lmflfotiRpr
for the const In tho Korea'. .
During the Hot Weather
You Need a Healthful Beverage
Keep Primo Beer on ice at home.
It is the Finest Tonic and Beverage
you can drink.
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The Jeer" That's J3rewcd
To Suit The Qimole
A Tonic Free from
Are you pale, weak, easily tired,
and do you lack nerve power?
Ask your doctor if Ayer's Sar
saparilla would not be good for
you. He knows, and will ad
vise you wisely. Not a drop of
alcohol in this medicine. It
puts red corpuscles into the
bipod, gives steady, even power
to the nerves ; and all without
stimulation. Make no mistake.
Take only those medicines the
best doctors endorse. Ask your
f..i (, o,. I. e. r k U, U..II, Mm., U. 8. A.
IN HON. OIL
With practically ccry broker ceie
hrathiK labor day away from his nf.
lice, nml no banks nr business Iiuiisch
open, the slorK cxchaliRo closed ami
thuURiir in.uket ilead, the ni.irl.it non
crally could hardly lmo been duller
today Ilowcier, there was some no
llvllj In Honolulu Consollditisl oil,
one unconllrineil report bi-hiR that it
block was rold tt.ls inornlnp at 1 (0.
This Ih a his Jump from the $!.iia of
last Saturday, but there Is ipuch do
iii.iml for It, mid already the brokers
urn lookliiR for u ri turn to tho prices
that prevailed a (l inoiitlm a Kit
, DIABETES MELLITUS
Patient Joseph Allen, Manufacturer,
CollliiRSWOod, New Jersey,
Case Diabetes Mellltus. ' '"
lilnRiiosls by four physician's. ii.iU
tho patient could lint refiner.
Condition cxtrem'ei wdlkht rc'ilu'i'pd
from 210 to Kid His. Coiihl hardly
think, nlccp nr talk. Could not attend
to business. The physicians were Klv-
Iiir opium tn keep patlc.it comfortalilo
'until the cud cuiiie.
Tho recovery of a wealthy lady In
Philadelphia who was also In Ihn'last
stapes of the disease caused tho treat
meat tn bo chnnRcil. .
A linn recovery rcsiilteil. This was
all II vn jcar uro. As showlnR tho
permanence of the results obtained Al
len Is still well mid uttemllnR tn his
mamifiu tiirlnp businesit nt this writ
Tho nRcnt einplnyed In both rases
win Pulton's Diabetic Compound.
Diabetes Is now a curablo illseasn In
people of mldilln ape nml over who
hao reeuperntlvo power.
The Compound can be hail In your
city at the Honolulu DniR Co.
Wo will mall literature from this of-
, T2.-w-v .vvam.
Genuine Thread Silk
BmaiiT, bonutlful, l)ril
IlnnU Roonforcoii nt
toon, herls nntl topn. no thnt
ihey will vcnr twice nn well
t tho ordinary nllk houo
Won't become nhodrly or
loyo luctru wlicn wcuhed.
A meeting, nf tho Hawaiian Cotton
tlrowciH' Association was held Satur
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Ilco and ileslro to ndvlso with every " eo i.omesie.imu, ii.u .-m.... .......
cnRo not yleldhiR. Htart letters with men can nut stand as ono ot malicious
thn nee. John J. Pulton Co, CIS rt.it- Injur
icry oi.i nan r.riiiiiiHi-u.
OATKS t.KAVKS lllli KST.tTl!.
NKW Y.ORK. 1'ho will of Jnlin W.
Galoa will tin- probated In Port Ar
thur, Tex., where tho financier mailn
his residence, It Is understood that
the hulk of tho property will rh I
Charles Oaten, hln uon. Tho. fori utio
la cnllmated at between $10,000,000
Pioni presiul prosiects thero Is a
I'.ooil (h.inciot tin ciiko of inallclmis'arowi
inliiry. liriiiiHlit iinalust .Mnn.iRer Pla day afternoim In tho Ciiminotclnl Club
CocKelt lind four Japanese of the Corn- rmium tn discuss steps tu cami.ilp:il
well Itanch, behiR droppisl. Attorney- against the Hirc.itcnliiK holl-worni.
(lenenil Lindsay Is now nt work upon Vlco-picslilcnt K. C. Smith presided,
mi hilcrpretatlnii of the law as tn nt tho iiit'OtliiR, uml toixirlH fnim iihmii-
whether nn nlKuruba treo Is or Is not hers of thn uporlnl isimmlltco In'
tluibir within the meanliiR of the lla-, cnaiRO in uiu niisniR in a iiiuii i
J3.000 were that prospects aro bright
for hcrurliiR that mnoiinl. With thu
fund, mi ('IiIiiiihiIiikIhI will ho sent tn
India ( look fur a patasllc.
DurliiR Iho tncctliiK tliero was a
illsciisslon of ciitlnn inmioetH In tlio
IhIiiiiiIs In Ri-noral, Probably n thou
sand acres nro planted to ciitlnn now
In the IshiiulK nml tho future of tho
Industry Is- lirlRht inrtlcnliirly If tho
holl-wonii Is ik'slroyeil, Snvoral cnt-
wallan laws, but even should ho do-i-liln
that It Is, and tho Corn well Itanch
Company therefore bo proved tn Iiiimi
1 eeti riittliiK timber on lands soon to
. S 'M . . .
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Under tho Hawaiian statutes mall-
cjoijs Injury must clearly InVludo nil
act ilium with malice, uml In Ibis enso
It... nii.ii.liul .in... lit,.,, llm Hlrolll? lie-
,.,.. i..... ...,,. m....n,ii.,c under tim-Rroweis, howovor, nay that with
authority or a least which does nutter-' cmo'iil cultivation and cullliiB. Iho
...i ii vni..ni.rr i ,.i.d which boll-worm's rnvuscB can bo held tu
,tl,.xp,efcy KUes them tho rlRlit to cut " IT cent oC tho crop.
"timber without w-.sto. I'J' : '!' ' "- '? '?' -5- '.:' ?' ?
rho rasn has been continued mid will Atlorney.rKiieral Lindsay Is til send
not be tukeii up iiKaln until ronio tlmo u litter to Maul on lomorrnu'ri boat
lit Iho future, praclleally lit thn con- with Ills b'Riil views on sumo phases
Iho miitlir, uml a wheless from
caused n postponeineiit of the hear-
miitPd nml tlm nshes hurled at Klnns- Iho defense, lias leturneil frinn Maul. Iiir. In any ense. It seems probable
bury Old church, near WIIIpwIcii, Kiij;-' Iho case was set for tomorrow, but that llio rhariTii of uiiiIIcIoum Injury
land. ' ."'!' f will bo iibhIii mluucil will Hut ho ulluweil to stmiil.
BE CLEANED U
Prenldeut of thu Hoard of Ileal!
Dr. .1. H. II. Pratt left thin imirnli
Willi General Health Olllcer Dr."
win J. Sliuplicrd for Walalua, whq
they malm an ImcstlKtitlnn of ni)JH
of tho premises down there. Jfl
They will also tul.o up tlio mil 1 1)
with tlio loeal physician. Dr. Wod
and will map nut a plan of cninpnh
with him for tho district. Kouinj
the places are In a rather bail condj
lion and President Pratt Intends
havo them cleaned up.
SKCIIRTAIIY WILLIAM 13. IllVJ
of Iho Hoard of IloWsts and Appoai
connected with tho PhllJlipliio In
lar Customs bcnlco. Is a tliniiiRlil
rciiRer In thn Sheiiiinu Isntml for
Hlales whciu lie will upend Iho hi
ter part of six tnontlm at his Q
. m '" ""' future, prnctlomiy in inn con- wiih
' Tho body uf Hdwlu A. Abbey, tho Senlniiee of the attorneys for tlm do. of II
celebrated Atnoi lean painter, was ern- fense II. M Watson, of counsel for hhn i
' Bonnet Shop!
A Money-Saving Opportunity to
Outfit the School Children
s . As. a result of our Annual Sale last month we have accumulated hundreds of short lengths in all
classes of piece goods. These remnants will be marked at, prices which will effect a prompt clearance.
fUESfr AY MORNING, Sept. 5th
Remnants of WHITE and COLORED DRES3 GOODS, LAWNS, FLAX0NS, FLANNELETTES, PILLOW LINENS, BROWN LINENS
SILKS, WOOLEN MATERIALS, SERGES, CRETONNES, DKAFEK1ES, LACES and RIBBONS.
Sale Begins 8 o'clock Tuesday Morning
N. S. SACHS DRV GOODS COMPANV, LTD.