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THE HONOLULU REUBLICAX, TUESDAY, JANUARY 2it 1902.
F. H. Redward
Contractor and Builder
42 Punchbowl Street.
Telephone BLUE 1701.
Jobbing Promptly Attended to.
Telephone White SOI. :
Jobbing Promptly Attended To.
Of&c and Shop:
(72 Beret&ala, Near Alapal Stroetl
SEWER WORK A SPECIALTY.
KEEP YOUR HORSE
Where the feed is goodthe con
ditions sanitary, attention kind
and prompt, and
James Brown, Proprietor
Wm. J. ASNOLD, Manager.
HAS CONSTANTLY ON HAND A
CHOICE LIKE OF
Imported and JE H1J
Fish; Lt'c and Refrigerated Poultry,
Butter, Eggs, Cheese, Potatoes,
Fruits and Vegetables.
Two deliveries dally to any place
within city liinlts--st 9 a. m. and 3
Customers desiring to hare their
orders delivered are respectfully re
quested to call and leave the same
prior to the hours above named.
.Telephone Main, 379,,
ICE .. ICE
Delivered to all parts of
Oahu iGe &
Phone 3151 Bluo
-FOR ONE WEEK ONLY-
BIG SHIRT WAIST SALE bfiST
? ALL IMPORTED GOODS of
stylish fashions. Don't
Saturday, Jan. lsth.
Phone Main 311.
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I From ' To Get
TI TERRITORY STABLES
A MODERN LIVERY, up-to-date In every particular, first-class
boarding. Rigs delivered and called for in any part of the city.
S. F. Thomas, Manager.
Room 4, Elite Building, Hcttl Street
THE DENTAL SPECIALISTS.
No More Dread of the Dsntal Chair.
Teeth extracted and SHed absolutely
ithoct pain by oer late scientific
methods. No sleep-prodacing agents
or cocaine. These are the only dental
parlors in Honolulu that have the pat
ent appliances and ingredients to ex
tract, fill and apply gold crowns and
porcelain crowns, undetectable from
natural teeth, and warranted for ten
years, without the least particle of
pain. Gold crowns and teeth without
' plates, gold fillings and all other den-
Ital work done painlessly and by spe
cialists. Gold crowns, $5; full set teeth, $5;
t bridge work, S5; cold filllnc, 11 up;
I silver fillings, 50c
tf 0 PLATE
Any work that should not prove sat
isfactory will be attended to free of
charge any time within 5 years.
We are making a specialty of gold
crowns and bridge work; the most
beautiful, painless and durable of all
dental work known to the profession.
Our name alone will be a guarantee
that your work will be of the besL We
have a specialist in each department.
Best operators, best gold workmen
and extractors of teeth; in fact, all the
staff are Inventors of modern dentis
try. We will tell you In advance ex
actly what your work will cost by free
examination. Give us a call and you
will find we do exactly as we adver
Room 4 Elite Building, Hotel St.
LADIES IN ATTENDANCE.
Office open from 8 a, m. to 6 ptjn.
Make appointments for evenlnt-iJ.
Wela Ka Hao Saloon.
Tumble In some day!
McKENZIE . THOMPSON, Prop's.
the ery latest and most
forget, it will close on
. HOTEL STREET.
P. 0. Box 57.
W YORK DENTE PABLO
K.b. I i
Rey. E. S. Muckley Reads Paper
On "Afaent of the
fiY. MR. SOUDDER GIYES ADDRESS
W. D. VESTERVELT SPEAKS ON
THE COMING ANTI-SALOON
,, . ., . , . -. ,,, that repentance and remission of sins
Many of Honolulu s Clergy Present! "
' j should be preached in his name unto
at Yesterday's Meeting Visiting j an the nations, beginning from Jem
Minister Stultz. From the Philip-J salem"' CQiwted from the Revised
pines, Delivers a Short Address. "Three conditions of salvation are
and Answers Many Questions. clearly stated in these quotations
! from the commission, as recorded in
j the synoptic gospels, to be Faith. Re
There was a meeting of the Minis-, pentance and Baptism. Faith in
terlal Union of this city yesterday I Christ is produced by preaching
morning at 10 o'clock. Rev. E. S. Christ and him crucified. This faith
Muckley of the Christian Church i leads to repentance and the penitent
read a paper on "The Advent of the! believer is indisputably a proper sub-
After the discussion of the ques
tion of the Advent of the Holy Spirit
upon earth to take up His abode in
I the church as a permanent influence
and power in the church, the speaker i
took up the question of the time'
when, and conditio.ns upon which the ,
gift of the Holy Spirit Is received J
by the individual coming to Christ.!
Conditions of the Gift.
"And, now, as briefly as possible,
what are tne conditions upon which J the Law by which people become
the individual may receive the gift! christians, "the law in obedience to
of the Holy Spirit? Is there a defi- which a man brings himself to the
nite time at which the Holy Spirit J poini where God can formally remit
takes up his abode in theindividual? uj& sins and give him the Holy Spirit
Or is it a matter of uncertainty? If jt0 abide in him: for the blessed Para
there are conditions, are these con-i clete cannot be given before sins are
ditions made plain? , forgiven.
"Peter said in Acts 5:32. 'And wej And, naturally enough. Peter so n
are witnesses of these things; ami j derstood Christ's commission; for in
so is also the Holy Ghost whom God j i,j3 Pentecostal sermon, the very first
hath given to them that obey him,' i sermon preached after Christ's as
Oa what authority did Peter assert tension, he recognized and taught
this? Jeaus had taught him that
fact. He said: If ye love me keep
my commandments. And I will pray
the Father, and he shall give you an-,
other Comforter.' And when one of
the disciples wondered hdw Christ
would manifest himself unto them and
not unto the world. He replied: 'If
a man love me he will keep my
words: and my Father will love him,
and we will come unto him and make
cur abo'de with him. He that loveth
me not keepeth not my sayings.'
"From this teaching of Christ Pe -
ter learned that obedience resulting
trom a sincere love was a necessary
qualification to the reception of thej
Holy Spirit. But this is natural, for
God has always honored the obedient
and dishonored the disobedient, for ,
disobedience is rebellion and God
cannot brook rebellion nor bless the j
rebellious. So God's whole scheme,
of redemption is planned with the
object in view of overcoming rebel
Hon in order that His great heart
may pour out blessings. The bless
ings of the Holy Spirit, therefore.
Inform us. Both who and what must
Obey the Commandments.
"At the transfiguration the voice
t lit of the cloud said: 'This is my i
beloved Son. in whom I am well!
pleased: hear ye him. Christ then j
is our authority. In that ever glori-1
cus and prescious discourse of com
fort and assurance the night before
his crncifiction He repeatedly asserts
the necessity- of obeying his com
mandments, and keeping his words.
(Conspicuously John 14:13, 21. 23, 24;
13. 10). And in giving the commis
sion he told his disciples that all au
thority had been given unto nim. So
there is no question as to jvnom we
ere to yield obedience. But obedience ( the coming temperance conference of
implies law as well as a lawgiver and i representatives of all the different
definite, clear law at that, law that, nationalities here. He also gave an
Is not ambiguous: for law that canjciuijne of the work done in the past
be "read and fairly understood, from i and stated that the outlook was very
its construction, in more senses thau , bright indeed.
one, is invalid and becomes inopera-, The following were present at the
iv- meeting: Rev. W. D. Westervelt.
"It is logical, therefore, to assume; Rev. E. S. Muckley. Rev. W. M. Kin-
K thst Phrtct pive n rtpfinitr. 5latfmPIl!
of t!u terms and conditions of salva-1
Hnn I.st i! nh;nrve thprefon. tnnt
.becoming a Christian is nit a yield -
'ling to a mere impulse, nor the
livicg of a mere sentiment, nor the,
l.xperienclng of a mere emotion. butiHenshaw, Rev. Mr. Riley. Rev. L.
: ihe loyal, hearty, joyous obedience i u. Howe Rev. A. v. Soares. Sec-
,ito the commandments of one who,rctary cf the Y. M. C. A. H. C. Brown
jj has ben chosen as master. For hswj
, j lse can we know we have become I
. . ..
"If Christ did not clearly state thef
terms of acceptance with him. if he
jcj ..... .i v.. ...-. it.- j,
u;u uuv VMViiriv biutf tav cuuuiuous t
i vpen which we vrould be forgiven and i
become thereby qualified to receive
the Holv Spirit which is "not given
to unforgiven persons, he was nvt a ;
good law-maker and there Is no such
thing as a revelation. God made '
known his vrill to man, through'
Christ, In unmistakable terms. Oth-
crwlse no one could be held respons,!"!
ble If he failed to do God's will. A;
ccmmandnieni. therefore. Is not sub-
ject to interpretation in the sense
that obscure passages are,- but is J
ometning to ne ooeyeo: ror u luwomu not De on earta tcaay. joei
needs interpreting- it connot nave tne '
force of a conniandmenL All the
essentials to salvation must be made
' clear or God is responsible for every
Who Is To Be Obeyed.
i "What, therefore, is to be obeyed
fa coming to Christ? I am neither
cualiaed nor authorized to say. there-
j fore I so to the Word. .
( "The record says: 'All authority
' hath been gives unto me in heaven
iug (Beta ibio sae nam oi tae raiaer
and of the Sob aad of the Holy
Spirit: tescsiag them to observe all
things whatsoever I commanded you:
and lo, I aa with you always, even
unto the end of the world.'
"In Mark we have: Go ye into
i" the world and preach the gospel
. to the whole creation. He that be-
lieveth and is baptized shall be sav
ed; but he that disbelievetk shall be
J condemned." Lake records as fol
; lows: 'Thus it- is written that the
Christ should suffer, and rise again
! from the dead the third day: and
ject for baptism, that if. for an ex
pression of his faith in an overt act
of obedience; for no one can claim
to believe in Christ, and to have sub-
j mitted to Christ who will not obey
a clear command of Christ's when
he learns what that command 1,5.
"So. then, these conditions are the
most natural we could expect, and in
no sense unreasonable, after Christ
had determined that baptism should
be the overt act of obedience. Law
can be briefly defined a 'rule of ac
tion. In these conditions we have
the very conditions stated in the
scriptures adduced, from which we
j gather these conditions. Peter's
serm(m was designed to" produce faith
in those who had participated in and
consented to the death of Christ, de
signed to bring them to believe in
this Christ by establishing the fact of
his Messiahship. The sermon pro
duced the desired and designed effect,
for 'when they heard this, they were
pricked in their hearts, and said unto
Peter and the rest of tho apostles:
and brethren, what shall we
do?' (Acts 2:37). Peter regarded
this question as an evidence of theh
fajth. for in his reply to this great
question he. did not tell them to be
lieve as was told the Philippine jail-
0r. but in perfect harmony with the
great commission that he had heard
from his risen Master's lips just ten
days before, and under the power and
direction of the Holy Spirit, he re
plied: 'Repent, and be baptized ev
ery one of you in the name of Jesus
Christ for the remission of sins, and
ye shall receive the gift of .the Holy
Work in Philippines.
The reading of this paper was fol-
i0Wed by a free discussion in which
a number of those present took part,
Rev. Homer C. Stuntz. a Methodist
clergyman who is the superintendent
OI the Methodist Mission work in the
Philippines, gave a short address on
these islands and answered a num
ber of question put to him by his
hearers concerning the conditions
there. Rev. Mr. Scudder, who is on
his way to Japan to take up work in
the missionary field there, was intro
duced and Rev. W. D.0 QVestervelt
spoke in behalf of the Anti-Saloon
League, esneciallv with regard to
sj r t r t.-j i.. t t
wnhlron. Rev. V. n Rice. Rev. H.
Di.i... n c?-.n t- t:.v.nn t..
' 0. HJ. Gnlick, Rev. Mr. Scudder.
re-tKev. O. P Emerson. Rev. Mr. Pear-
con Rev. H C. stuntz. Rev. A. O.
cn Major Wood.
A Little Boy's Life Saved.
I have a few words to say regarding
-v.M.w.-i-:n.. rH..n. Tn.i. Tf
uuaiuuiumiu a iuua jn.tr icuj. it
saved my little boy's life and T feel
I cannot praise it enough. I bought
a bottle of it from A. E. Steere of
Goodwin, S. D.. U. S. A- and whea I
got honxwith it the poor baby could I
hardly breathe. L gave the medicine
a directed every ten minutes until
he "threw up" and then I thought
sore he was going to choke to death.
We had to pull the phlegm ont
his mouth in great long: strings. Ij
lam positive that if I had not got thatlBoys, Garden Boys, Stable Boys, sap-f
bottle of coafch medicine, my boy
LHimont, Inwocd, Iowa.
1290 Fort Street, Near Kukui Street
P. 0. BOX 50.
GALVANIZED IRON SKYLIGHTS
PIPE AND GUTTER WORK
Jabbisg ad Espsirisg Presptly Attested to
HONOLULU, H. T.
r.j.Ecsazi .ex watscx
ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELORS-AT-LAW.
Cor. Merchant and Alakea Streets
Phone Main 32S.
John A, Hasslnger,
- NOTARY PUBLIC,
Agent to Grant Marriage Licenses, etc.
Removed to the
OfSces of Macfarlane & Co.,
Fine Cabinet Photos Only ?30 per
Cor. of Maunakea and King Sts.
P. O. BOX 544
530 FORT STREET
DR. W. R. BOGLE
Room 18. Arlington Building.
CORNS AND INGROWING
TOE NAILS EXTRACTED
mm & 00. Ltd.
REAL ESTATE AGENTS
Phone 223 Mal:v
NICE . CIGAR . STAND
Adjoining Hotel Stables.
Tobaccos of All Kinds.
Cool Drinks On Ice.
Opposite Hawaiian Hotel.
FIRST CLASS TAILOR.
CLOTHES MADE TO ORDER
Cleaned and Pressed.
Adjoining Hotel Stables Opposite
French 7 Laundry
5W, O r. ' r Berc "aula Ave. and Punchbowl Su
All WorkDone "by Hand
Lace Curtains, Silk and Glove
Gleaning a Specialty. i
-JSJBlTIE & CO.
Metropolitan HleatCo., Ltd
108 KING STREET. !
G J. "WAL1VEE, - - - Manager.
Wholesale and Retail
WAVY CONTRACTORS !g
THE EAGLE SALOON
GEO. J. CAYANATJGH, Prop'r."-" '
:?OT0 BEES" j
Always on tap.
Cor. Punchbowl and Halekauila StsjjJ
Beretanta Street near Alakea.
fort Employment Agency
(JAPANESE ANO CHINESE.)
Kino Street. : : : Co.- Atskea St.
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Cooks, Waiters. Servants. House
TttA vA vicWmb
Contracters requiring men can ob-1
tain them throish as. - . -
tain them throish as. - . -
It Pays to (Jet the Best
No matter what you are buying it always cys to get the best. This
rule holds good in other things as well. It pays to patronize the
best laundry as it will always give you the most for your money.
In this case it is the most satisfaction and the least wear to your
clothes. You are saving money as surely when you buy good laun
dry work as in any other commodity.
SaiiitaiT Steam LuiT Co.
Gaiifoftlia ftafrSS Sf0p
0TI.I& I 4TT-0- Jf 0YW.v'
IVndrew (Jsher 8c 6os
SCOTCH MHISKEY "none equal.-
SVW'Vrv - aftf
Furniture v Co.,
IS OrFEKING SOME
KRAT'TiKfr. iircnunmr si-rrs at
HOLIDAY I'KICES. .
Iu WHITE MAPLE, BHtDSI
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ASH, ELM and PINE.
CONDON'S NIGHT PATROL
Buildings, Business Property
Ships and Docks
Tiie efficiency, brilliancy, penetrating power and general sat
isfaction, which our new enclosed type of ARC LIGHTS arc
giving recommend them to the merchant as the best light for
store use. r
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Mr. C. C. Eakiiij of the Imperial Cigar Store, has been using
the new arc light for some time, and says : '7 find this ncitf light 'V
gives absolute satisfaction in crcrj respect, and I would have Z
no other." V
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c have many such opinions as 'this, but Uie light is the
greatest recommendation. Can be seen at Manufacturing Shoe y
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further information address
The Hawaiian Eieclris Oo.. Ltd.
E. W. QUINN
Estimates famished on First-Class'
Modern Flurablns. J
The Patronage of Owners, Arch! '
tects and Builders Solicited.
p." O Box 162.
115 Union SL
Opposite Club Stables.
D. O. HAMMAN.
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DBloclc. FORT STREET J
PHONE BLUE 1211.
OFFICE: 1249 FORT STREET.
Clothing Store and other?. For
No. 54 Hotel. oip. New England BaX
err, and Hotel street, opp.
Mads to Order in the Latest
Perfect Fit Guaranteed.
Clothing Cleaned. Z?j?? and Repaired
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