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THE HAWAIIAN STAR; MONDAY, JUNE 15), 18&3. SIX PAGES.
(Continued from Fourth Pitge.)
its capacity for happiness diviner ; yet
the body in which it lives shows signs
of decay. There is an increasing in
compatibility between the tenant and
tenement. This brings us to the duty
of growing old here gracefully and hap
pily. The springs of the soul's life abide
In the affections. If these are properly
fed, either by love of the young, or by
love in its higher and stronger manifes
tations, they mount into perennial youth.
A man who lives wrapped in the atmo
sphere of love love of children, love
of a bosom companion, love of men,
love of God imparts to his decaying
body something of the youth of the
spitit within. As the body nidy and
does affect the spirit, when no counter
acting agencies prevent, so does the
spirit act upon the body as a preserva
tivc power when in its normal condition
and exercise. Many an old man's and
woman's face is luminous with the fires
of youth, outshining from the soul.
The clogs are lifted from the mortul
when the soul comes into sympathy
with this element of immortality. The
love that gushes for all is the real
elixir of life, the fountain of bodily
longevity. It is the lack of this that
always produces a feeling f age. Upon
n soul not filled and exercised by love,
the decaying body encioaclies with its
weakness and its poison, till the belief
of many tn the immortality of the soul
"Whenever men or women find them
selves losing sympathy with youthful
hearts and pursuits, they may be sure
something is wrong with them ; for it
is not in the nature of the soul to grow
old. It may grow in height and depth,
and breadth and power, but the passage
of years can bring it no dtcay.
"Social life, in all its healthful mani
festations, is that which combines all
ages which brings youth and middle
age together with old age. and child
hood. Every age needs every other
age to keep it healthful. There is no
such thing as age with those who, in a
few years at most, will be as angels in
Heaven. As we shall be, and as we
should associate there, so should we
be, and so should we associate here ;
and let this truth never fail to be re
membered: that unless the aged sympa
thize with the young, they will get no
sympathy, save in pity, from the young
God does not send young sympathies
in that direction. He always h !ds us
back with them, while our bodies go
on to decay and death, and we forget,
in immortal youth, that we were ever
"If, with the toil and sorrow, with
the burdens and the disappointments,
we can keep within us the inspiration
of never-ending youth, our hearts will
be stronger, our lives sweeter; the
terrors of death and the darkness of the
tomb will be illumined, and looking
across the river to the other shore we
shall behold visions of the glory which
will lift us out of the mire and the clay."
At the conclusion of Mr. Smith's
address, the graves of all the Odd Fel
lows were decorated with flowers, that
of W. E. Herrick being literally covered
with beautiful tributes of affection.
AT THE ARMORY.
Interesting Boxing: and Wrestling Bouts
Professor Loheidc made up quite an
interesting program for his weekly ex
hibition at the Armory last Saturday,
and while the attendance was good it
would have been very much better had
the attractions been better advertised.
First on the program was a wrestling
contest between James Spencer and U.
Jones, which was won by the former in
just one minute and a half. Following
this was a two-round set-to with the
gloves between J. Noble and F. Vida,
two members of the professor's class in
boxing. The contest was, of course, a
friendly one, and it was hard to tell
which had the best of it. Next came
a thiee-round boxing match between
Jim Wilkerson and George Porter, two
firemen on the steamer Mikahala. This
was quite interesting, the men being
equally matched, and the way they
smilingly gave and received blows on
the ear, neck, face and nose was sur
prising to some of the lady tourists in
attendance. A wrestling contest be
tween James Spencer, the middle
weight champion of the Islands, and
Willie Wilder, the light-weight cham
pion, came next, the latter being forced
to succumb to superior strength, after
a gallant struggle lasting sixteen min
utes. A friendly contest with the gloves
between Norcott, of the U. S. S.
Boston, and a stranger named Barowitz
came next. The United States navy
was knocked out in just t minute and
6 seconds by Chas. Wilson's watch,
three heavy blows on the neck in quick
succession doing the business. A three
round sparring bout between Messrs.
'Lambert and Jones, m which some
scientific boxing was displayed, brought
the evening s entertainment to a close.
Hard Times Mean Close Prices
To House Keepers.
If vou are in need of any New or Second
hand FURNITURE. RUGS, STOVKS,
SEWING MACHINES, lite, callattne
Furniture & Commission House,
Corner Nuuanu and Kiny street.
California Feed Co.
T. J. Ki(i an i) J. N. Wright.
Have just received the Larg
est Stock of I I AY and G RA I N
ever imported by any firm in
Honolulu, by any one vessel.
This stock was personally se
lected by our Manager T. J.
King during his recent trip to
the coast, and is first class in
every particular. We guaran
tee satisfaction in quality and
Give us a Trial.
KING & WRIGHT.
Telephones izi. Prompt Delivery,
Call in and examine the
NEW BUTTONHOLE MACHINE
And nur new stock of
Fine Singer Sewing Machines.
B. BERG ENS EN,
Bethel Street, Honolulu, Damon lllock.
John Wieland Brewina Co.
K X T R A.
Pale Lager Beer
A Fresh Invoice ok Califor
Oyster Cocktails a Specialty,
L. H DEE, Prop'r.
T?er sA.Tistralia." and
I Pneumatic Tire "Century"
Of the Latest Pattern.
Light Roadster, 1893 pattern.
Apply now to the Columbia Agent,
GEO. H. PARIS.
C. L. BRITO.
Guitar and Repairing Shop
No. 52 Nuuanu St., below Hotel.
Having seemed the sen ices of a good me
chanic, I "ill keep on hand a fine lot of
Gnitars of all Sizes,
Made of Hawaiian uoods.
Special attention will be given to Instru
ments made to order. i6tf
Lime and Cement.
FoK Sai-k at
J. T. WATERHOUSE'S
Queen Street Stores.
The Star now has the larg
est circulation of any evening
paper, and is gaining ground
In its new form, the paper
will print as much reading
matter as any other Hawaiian
journal, and will report the
news of its entire parish with
freshness and accuracy.
Editorially the Star is an
outspoken and consistent ad
vocate of annexation to the
The paper will be delivered
at any house in Honolulu for
50 cents per month.
Y. C. Peacock & Co
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SOLE AGENTS N THE
HA WAIJAN ISLANDS
John Jameson & Son's Irish
Mitchell & Comp'v. Limited,
"Cruiskeen Lawn" Whiskey.
Hiram Walker & Son's "Ca
nadian Club" Whiskey.
Hiram Walker & Son's "Im
perial Rye" Whiskey.
Faust Brewing Co. Milwau
kee, U. S. A.
Fredekicksmjrc; Brewino Co
San Jose, California. -
B. Drevkus & Co.'s Californian
J. J. Melcher's "Elephant"
E. Vaughan-Jones' Sweet and
Dry London Gin.
E. Vaugiian-Jones "C.I.G."
A. & G. Thompson's " Royal
Blend " Scotch Whiskey.
Wheeler & Cp.'s Ales and
Post Office Box, 504.
Both Telephones, 46,
Liberal discounts allowed on Cash
purchases exceeding $5.
NEW GOODS !
Pacific Hardware Company, IAI
402 and 4 - .04
Have just opened invoices of New Ooods,
ing articles :
Bradley & Hubbard's LAMP GOODS, which were introduced by them years agoj and
are still, with the constant improvements being made, the favorite in the market, comprising
Lhandeliers, 1'i.mos, Junquet, Uhrary ana
CARRIAGE Willi's. Doc Collars,
O'Shea and Perfection LAWN SPRINKLERS, "Acme" HOSK REEL saves half the life
of the hose.
LUllRICATINti OILS ol the best quality.
In 5 Gallon Tins. Spraj Pumps to nirive.
H. E. MclNTYRE & BRO.,
IMPORTERS and dealers in
Groceries, Provisions and Feed
EAST CORNER FORT AND KING STREETS.
New Goods received by every Packet from the Eastern States and Europe,
l'resh California Produce by every steamer. All orders faithfully attended to, and
Goods delhered lo any pari of the city free of charge.
Island Orders solicited. Satisfaction guaranteed.
Post Office llux No. 145.
Wrought Steel Ranges, Chilled Iron
AGATE WAKE (White, Gray and Nickle-plated), PUMPS, WATER AND
SOIL PIPES, WATER CLOSETS AND URINALS, RUBBER
HOSE AND LAWN SPRINKLERS, BATH TUBS AND STEEL
SINKS, O. S. GUTTERS AND LEADERS, SHEET IRON, COP
PER, ZINC AND LEAD, LEAD PIPE AND PIPE FITTINGS.
Plumbing, Tin, Copper and Sheet
DIMOND BLOCK: 95
People's Ice & Refrigerating Co.
ARE PREPARED TO
Ring Up the Works at Any Hour
Both Telephones, Number 153.
On Alakea and Richards near Queen Street,
Doors, Sash, Blinds, Screens, Frames, Etc.
TURNED AND SAWEDHVOBK.
K" Prompt attention to all orders.
t3T Mutual 55.
- . JpovL Street.
among which they call attention to ihe follow
"Revere" GARDKN HOSE, with California,
Telephone No. 92.
- 97 KING STREET.
FILL MORE ORDERS.
t3T Bell 498.
J. T. WATERHQUSE
Queen Street Stores,
FULL LINES OF
FANCY -:- GOODS
of all descriptions.
Fort Street Store,
IN ADDITION TO THE LARGE
Dry aim FancyGoods
IIAVli JUST KHOHIVHD, ,
India Linen and Persian Lawns,
Embroidery, in o yard nieces:
Roman and Guipure Embroidery,
Oriental, Platte and other Laces, in
white, cream and black;
Chiffon Lace, all colors;
45 in. Lace Net, cream and black;
Striped and Check Dimity,
Wide Japanese Crepe, while and colr'd;
White, Cream and Black Surah Silk,
White and Cream Silk Crepe,
Navy and Cream Serge,
Suez and Tennis Flannel,
The Jenness Miller "Equipoise Waist,
Prima Donna and P. D. Corsets,
Ladies Black Hose.
78 Nuuanu St., Honolulu.
At Reasonable Rates.
Cabinets . . 1 doz. $3.00; y doz. $2.00
Boudoir ... 1 " 4.50; y2 " 2.60
Full Figure, 1 " 0.00; y2 " 3.00
Groups 1 " 8.00; y. " 5.00
A Trial Solicited.
BOOK and JOB
Commercial and Legal Work Executed
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The Largest Paper and Card Stock in
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