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THE HONOLULU REPUBLICAN, TUESDAY, JANUARY 14. 1902.
BISMP H1DIC0LES "STAR" STORY i
SEQOttC O01S3REGATION ',
WOT INSTALLED BEFORE
ee Months' Notice Required
" 1 ncrc nas Been
In Hour of Service Proectlcn I
Guaranteed to Clergyman In Case!
of Mew Incumbent Only.
w. m..,i. . Tb fct of tb secoad week 1
Blatep imila, when n ytrdrU pobllc serrlees at the Central!
aftrKHM resardtns certain aute-t ulon Church fooad a large andlence!
Meats d in the Star as costing gathered in the chorch to hear the!
60m a prominent member of the Sec- - Rer. William M. Kincaid preach on
fated that the main potatc brought!
fart were either entirely incorrect!
or entirely vnnenrd of.
Tbe article snya: "The coagrega-!
Uwt and Mr. Mackintosh were both
fostaJledr when the Bishop came."
This," said Bishop Willis, "ie posit-.Peter: "Master we have toiled all
hreJy ttntrne. The Second Congrega- the night long aad have caught nota
tion old not exist then in its present j DS"
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.rmBmMMMMmmA mmw mmnm n iiruki u-kii -
tlon. I came to these islands in
second congregation vnv tll . ,,1, 0 , Achin,
olJ exUtence as a separate body
No Notice Is Required. ,
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na reaara to me agreement.
vWch r am said to hare made and
broken, concerning a three months' '
notice, which chowld be given If any
Chance was to h made in the time '
f sen-ice of the Second Congrega-jOf the greatest blessings of God. WeUhat these habits are growing strong
iloit, this only concerns' the hour of ' wa'k .v 'faith, we resist by faith, we . or on the Hawaiian people than they
the serrice d as there has been no overcome dlfllcaltles. we live, we love j ever had been anil said that it has
etawge of honrs. there should certain-' by fcSomc PP' ridicule faith been his observation on his trips
1 nc sthiWI tela T nnl V Utefnrv nf ... . .
lr not he anv nfUJoo rmir.i Tlii
jt noi e anj nouce requires. 1111s
no reference what-inf
ever to the. present conditions but the
fact haVM boon twtetMt n an ft, n
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as to put my position in a
me same article sld about the 1
second agreement: ' j
The other agreement wa that the i
incumbent clergyman of the second '
vuncregauoH snoum, upon losing ins
Incumbency, receive six months' not- j
tee or in lieu of that six months' sti-!
vend. Now this amount coupled with i ' '. '
other expenses brought unexpectedly Complimentary to Supreme Chancel
to a head the peremptory shutting off 'or Fethers This Evening. i
of the second congregation and its
regular sources of revenue amount '
to some $1,000 for which, it seems
to me. the bishop is morally responsi
ble he having himself violated the
Hgreemente that he made and hav
ing forced the preclusion of six
months notice to our retiring Incum
bent" "This statement Is also entirely
led."ald the Bishop. While '
there certainly Is an agreement mat
the Incumbent clergyman can not be
forced to resign without a notice of
six months or a six months' stipend,
this agreement covers the relations
between the congregation and the
ejergymsn. to protect the latter.
Protection for Clergyman.
"If. for instance, a clergyman
should come from England to take
an Incumbency here. h could not Ive
made to resign because his congre
gation did not like him without re
cetrtttg a six mouths stipend. It Is
absurd to say that 1 am morally re-
sponsible for the shutting oft of the
stipend, as it to the second congrogn-
tlon which supports its clergyman '
and 1 do not.
"Flaallv. the idea of having i
Anglican church here for British
subjects alone, and apart from tho
American church, is utterly absurd.!
Such a thing is unheard of in any
part of the United States, and, no at-
tempt ha ever been made to ostab-
Iteh an Knglish church on American
. PORTO RICANS FOR .HAWAII.
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day and More to Follow.
One hundred Porto Rioans, belong
lug to .the small colony which has
made Kakaako its headquarters, and ,
from which the many wtgrauts visit
ing Judge Wilcox are recruited, will
sail on tho Kinau today for one of
tho Hawaii plantations. An agent
Of the planters has been among
them for the past few days inducing
thorn to go to work and make an
honest living, and so far he is meet-j
lug with succoss.
He says that he will be able to
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Hears from Forester Haughs. i
Commlssioner of Agriculture Wray: and Beretania.
Taylor has received a letter from For- Fresh fruits and oysters by every
oeter Haughs. who is on Hawaii with steamer from the Coast The Sun
Government Expert E. M. Griffith., Wing Lung Co., corner King and Ala
Tho party will leave Kona on Janu-! teec streets.
ary 22d for Kau. going to the volcano,
thonce to HHo. through Olaa.
'To Address Women's Guilds.
The; Women's Guilds of the Blsh-
cpTs and the Second Congregation of
St. Aadrevs wi!l ! faelj Wednesday
t Teniae. January 15. at the school
room, oa the cathedral ground.! ,
Rer. S.duev Hooker of Xootaaa will j
give aa adddretg 00 guilds sad their
work. Mrs. Hooker will also speak.
POBLIG SERVICES AT
CENTRAL BUM GIDRCH
REV. WM. KIN'CAID ON -FAITH.
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Lars: Aecience Hears
Developed Mrs. Howard Sings a
Soprano Sole Mr. Klncald Will
Speak Again Tonight.
A ort sinsing serdce preceded
U,eaddress- dnriBS wI,k:h Mrs- fJ
A. Howard sang a soprano solo with
ranch ff!t Prnffsisor Incalls nr-
gu,, at th nian
,' The Rev. Mr. Kincaid had chosen
j for his text the words of the apostle
e atscnoew to nis aearers toe
t scene ou me owraer oi me iukc. re
ter wast iHsoolirared nni? distrusted
. -- 1 .. . 1 1 T-k
aad bgd given up aH hope when
Christ appeared and remonstrated
w!lh Peter for his lack of faith. Pe-
ter answered: "Master we have
tniloil all the nltrht Inrur anil have
cmught nothing. Nevertheless Lord,
at thy command, I will again throw
my net." His faith aided him.
"Faith." calil thn. siipnkr "is; nne
i as childish. Look at the history of
v.. .n. v.lc .jv... ,
.. ritnrrh it 1 ,n nipn.n,i rMnrA !
the Church. It Is 'a sDlendid record
,vp tri.imnhc nr f.ihh Fatrh' rs
the power to resist temptation: it
halnc in lit-o n colnfl.- Ufa- 1. holn:
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to save souls. Listen to the words of j
Christ: Behold thy early duty and I
consecrate thyself to my service. '
Find me and I will make you savior ,
At this evening's service the Rev.
William Morris Kincaid will speak j
on i the text -Take Ye Away the (
The Territorial band will give a
complimentary concert to
i Chancellor Fethers,
Knights of Py
thins, at the
Hawaiian 'Hotel this
evening, commencing at 7:30 o'clock. ,
The program will be as follows:
' Part '' '
Overture, "The Mill on the Cliff,", j
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JAIJN (JAK lb
Like the Spanish galleons in olden
times the gilded treasures of Pain's
traveling palaces now seem to be the
cbioct of systematic attacks from the
tpentlemen "of the highroad. A few
days ago a tramcar was robbed of its
safe and its contents at the Waikiki
terminus. Last night a car, which
was coming down from Nuuanu. was
held up on Queen stieet. The driver
told one of Captain Bower's patrol- j said the! would-be Pain-killer and
men. who arrived on the scone a .few , then he departed. The only descrip
mimttes after the robbery, that a j tion the driver gave of the robber
man had boarded the car. held a pis
to! to his head and gone through his
pockets taking therefrom sundry en-
slopes of many colors which con-
tain change, and also sundry coin
Bishop Ca's Savings Pass Book
No. 1216 lost. Finder please return
to Bishop & Co.
Our great wall-paper sale starts to j
day, over thirty thousand rolls of new j
goods of the latest designs sellins; for
?t nor oont less thnn formnr nnrrs I
2$ per cent less than former prices, j
Do not miss this. The McKechnie j
T3rtnr A...1 111 rn- n.ll.nl r !
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The S. S. Alameda will Jeave here '
tomorrow for the Coast at S o'clock "
p. m. sharp.
Have your carriage rejuvenated
and made to look a little better than j
a new one at W. W. Wright's Car-;
nage .uanuiaciory, tving street.
Contracts taken for supplying plan-1
tatinnc with Jananese nrodurts and
provisions. H. Hamano, Kinsr street
Our groceries are all new stock, in .
tact taey move so quiCKiy tnai tney ;
are oouna to be fresn. our meat
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mark?t Is nirt0ate too. an kinds off
egetables and fruits on the stands, r
c Q. Yee Hop & Co., corner Alakea
Land is the best Investment for
one's money. Bay some lots on the
Gulick tract, Kalihl. before they go
up In value. Apply MrsS. S. A. Qullcfc.
P. 0. Box 415. -Pl
A nicely furnished room for two
, Aria. "The Siege of Harlem".. Verdi
. Selection, "lie Belle of Bohemia."
(aj -Ka Ua Xoe Kotoe.- (b) "Ot
Miss 1. KelBaa. j
e -Kaait," ftfl Maika Ka Ma
fcaaa ?'-'" ; st hoeae with It the poor baby co5d
Mr. X. ASapei. , hardly breathe. 1 gave the medjfc-
Par "- fas? directed every ten minutes IWII
Cons solo. "Elexaor, Wlegaad!4 "-Arew ap" and then I thought
Mr. Cfcas. Krneter. J s,u k " ?o-a5 to choke to death.
Waltz. The Waaderias Uiastrel-" I We P1 the phlegm oat of
r-- ? hfe? ntntii its 5-rf lrtnf cir-. T -
Sextet, "rTorodpra." (by request)
Selection. -Jta? Metodirs." (by ?
"The Star Spanned Banner.""
EAYE A MEETING
PAPER ON THAWA HABIT READ
Rev. O. P. Emerson Lectures en the '
Pernicious Influence Which Awa, j- . ... m i n lit
AOpium and Liquor Have on thebQtla Mtt WOfKS CO., LlU.
The Social Science Club met lastj
nlght at the home of Professor Dyke
of Kamehameha Schools. The fea-;
ture of the meeting was the reading!
by Rev. O. P. Emerson of an iuteres-t-
Ji vi iut i.nu liauiu iliUUllQ ,
Hawaiians." He net only spoke of
the awa habit but mentioned the
pernicious influence which the opium
habit, liquor habit and other like 1
habits are having on the Hawaiian
He stated it as his firm belief
arounii tne various lsianos anu uis-
tncts that at places tnese neianous
traffics were not only connived at
Ullt alSO lllUUlgeU In Oy
the local au-
Present at the meeting were the
following: Rev. O. P. Emergen, Mr. '
Kreuss. Mr. Kauuha, Professor, M. M.
Scott. Professor Curtis Lyons. F. S
Tnurslon H c Brown Dr wal
' y pi
LUIIC, kfl. U. UlllVi 2UII, Vf&i4k ..
n-, rrofessor . v. Alexander, 1'ro
fessor Dyke, Professor Bingham, W.
F. Frcar, Mr. Esken, Mr. Beadle, Mr.
Robinson, Mr. L. Crosse and others.
Strangers Frisna Society-
Cn.or.rro..,. r-r-lnr,.! dnlrtt- .,.,11 I.D r.lr! I
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ins M 1V ocl-- j
, Mission Band Meets.
There will be a -meeting of the
Mission band at the Catholic Clul
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02T QUEEiST STEEET,
with which passengers had remuner
ated the fast and commodious car
Pain's man with the discretion
man have his way. When the man i i
was through he asktd if that was all -the
money the driver had to which j
the driver answered "yes." "I thought ; I
you always carried $23 with you," ' 1
I was that he wore a beard.
No information was obtained from
the tramcar office last nighL It was
said that tho driver had arrived there I
but had reported nothing.
DIFFERENT BUSDTESS HOUSES i
board. Apply Re-
! A good home insurance company
with modern endowment system and
all the adv.
rantages of an up-to-date
company. The Oriental LifeIn-
:nnni Pn Sftl.Hf.'' Stnnpnnn-alil !
Have your corn extracted painless-
ly by Dr. W. R. Bogle, Arlington
block. Room IS.
Larce Quantities of rice handled.
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bcught and so.d. Island trade solicit-.
ed. Luen Chong Co., 120 Kmsr street, j
Attend the auction sale Today ot'LJ.TU,
vamaoje lano situate soutnwest cor-
"et of ?S and Kekaulike streets, j
l" .w "1,u uu lat Jes o uoi.
Will K rishpr
Kusseii and atson. attorneys.
Mascon bu'lding. Merchant street,
pQOne Main S2S.
CWHi-hTC ,nrt -ntnntor- ... ! .t,.'""- li.e
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iuu cuiier v-uiK iiruDipuv aucnueu i
to. Wm. H. Rarth. Star block. 1290 1
Your presence is requested at E.
W. Jordan's discount sale, that is If
you are loking for something good
at low prices. Fort street.
Take your watch to Tho?. Lindsay
If it gets sick, -he best watch doctor
ia town. Love building. Fort street.
All persons trvspasjing oa. the fish
ins rights "at K&lka. Wcltua. Island
of Oahu. will b prosecuted.-'
A Little Bey's Lif- Saved.
I have a few words to say regarding
j Chamberlain's Cough Remedy it
saTe4 ray little boy's Hfe and I ferl
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a bottle of It from A. E. Steere cf
- 1 Goodvri s. n t- c a . r, h. t
' aEH positive that if I had not got that '
bQttk sa medicine, my hoy i
iwwua not De oa earth touay. joei
' Dcmoat. Inwood. Iowa.
A3 HOT BE DECEIVED !
Drink no substitute for
the pure juice of the grape fruiL
Carbonated only by the
; Sole Agts, for the Territory of Hawaii
601 Fort St, Honolulu. T. H.
TeI- 71 MaIn- Island orders solicited, j
Is well done. It is the repairing of
And the making of
MOTOR CARRIAGES and
FINE STEEL WORK.
THE MOTOR M Hi
Phone WMte Ml
For Some GENUINE HIKE'S
ROOT BEER or GINGEP. ALE
All kindd of drinks delivered to all
parts of the city upon the receipt oi
127 Miller Street
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1186 Union Street.
OPP. PACIFIC CLUB.
l-Ssta.T3liSrh.ed in XS53.
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Transact business in all departments
Collections carefully attended to.
Exchange bought and sold.
Commercial and Travelers' Letters
ornta. and X. M. Rothchild & Sons,
Correspondents: The Bank of Califor
nia: Commercial Banking Co. of
Sydney. Ltd., London.
Drafts and cable transfers on China
and Japan through the Hongkong &
Shanghai Banking Corporation and
Chartered Bank of India, Australia &
Interest allowed on term deposits at
the following rates per cent per an
Seven days' notice, at 2 per cent
Three months, at 3 per cent
Sbc months, at StA per cent.
Twelve months, at 4 per cent
polioct rent ind dividends. Valuable
paners. Wills. Binds, etc received for
Auditors for Corporations and Pri
vate Firms. Books examined and re
ported on. Statements of Affairs pre-
pared. Trustees on Bankrupt or In
Office. 924 Bethel Street.
Deposits received and interest al-
TnurofT f X nn? Aanf nftr nrtntim In
accordance with Rales and Regula
tions, copies of which may be obtain
id en spoliation.
Agents for Fire. Marine,- Life, Acci-
, dentand EmDloyers Liability Insur-I
, to Companies.
Insnrance Office, 924 Bethel Street.
Coraparl-eos briar oct the stroaf
poiats in favor of ear glasses. dmoa
strate superiority in .the make aad Sa
sh of our frame?, aad show the hi;hly
polished, ckar cut aad accurately cen
tered excellence of our lenses.
FACTORY ON THE PREMISES
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P. 0. Box S42. Tel. White 54L
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Deposits Received. Loans Made on
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Travelers' Credit Issued. Bills of Ex
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When ordering ring up BLUE 3171.
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Box 22. -4if
Oill IUULWai m USD GO
From and After January 1, 19C1
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Station. ci fei
h a am am pm pm
Honclaln JJO 9M 11-03 SJ5 5-10
Pearl City 8a3J 9:S U:0 3 -.IT S;50
Ewa3I!U S53 103 XiiM 13 6 J
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Stations. ti ex
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Sahttiu 5:3S i-O-
Wal-.a ..... 6d0 ...... S.V
Walaaae ..... 7:10 3:55
EvuMUl 3 JO 7:15 1-C5 i-
PfArtOty 6:15 8:03 li' tzH
Hcmolala .. .. i-M 835 23B5 5:2
G. P. DENISON,
P. a SMITH.
P. & T. A.
Second Great Clearance Sale
This week we shall throw oar entire stock of
LADIES WASHABLE SKIRTS
on or coasters, to be sold at cost or less. We do not believe that
any lady who visited oar Muslin Underwear Sale last week wa Jts
appofated in tne bargains offered, or can say that the Sale dW smk
carry oat the promises made la oar advertisements. We trre von oer
word that the raises offered this week will be equally as seat. aad
that this is aa opportunity not to be passed by.
These Skirts are cut by skilled men tailors and well made ami
trimaed. They anj of Crash. Khaki. Desdm. Ihiefc. Ll aBd pi
aad are both whito and colored. They are sold so cheaply that we
caaaot afford to make alterations oa Sktrts boogJit daring this Sate,
bnt there is a great variety of sixes aad lengths, aad almost every
oae can be atted.
Prices b5la at 25 ceats aad go to $5.0. with aU mires betweea;
the greatest bojralas. however, being between $!. and iM
We shall put la with this Sale a few beautiful Pure Silk Colored
Petticoats, which we have marked at exact cost There are oalr x
limited number of them and they will probably all be sold on. the
first day of the Sale hence better be quick.
- "WHITKEY &
A boy once wrote: "I luv a
rooster fer tew things one Iz the
krow that iz In him. and the other
Is the spurs that air on him to
bak up his crow with."
We admit having crowed oftec
and loud, but we have the "spars
to back up the krow."
H. MAT &
Telephones, 22, 2-1, 92.
YOU ENJOT IT;
YOU NEED IT, TOO.
lias all tire wonderful ton it properties of
pure hops and malt.
Absolutely pure and properly aged.
Order a trial case from the Brewery.
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DELIVERED FREE IN CITY.
Of one's house betrays whatever refinement and good taste
there is in its adornment to the casual visitor.
A VISIT toour store will convince any one of the excellence
of our stock and the reasonableness of our prices.
H. IX. Williams,
1146-1148 FORT STREET.
Union" Gas Engines
Agents von Hamm-Youn
SKIRTS and CHEMISES
Made U OrJracd Kp: lnb:o:l
Good Fit Guaranteed. Beat Workman
ship. Lowc3t Prices.
On Draught or ia Bottles
P. 0. Box 3S6.
;nB.n.iB!. in co lib
Wm. G- Irwin.. President &. Maaa?rBr
Claus Spreckels.. First Vice Pesideat
W. M. Giffard.. Second Vice President
H. M. Whitney, Jr...Treas. and Sec'y
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Of San Franciico. Cat.