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pa! aci: i.ilfll ll II J.IIOPP&CO. ns r I LlilrLL ARRIVAL OF A 1' i IK' Lint ol Ul.uk Silk i; n, ilint s , ii 1 It j.in.t Mm k nl lH'H liotnl", Wllh II V, I Ala Ml H KIN'. I I "W I'lilllV 46-inch All-wool Henrietta Cloth, ,lu?.t opci.cil in nil tin' new -IihiU'; Hid Novelties u Lace.s, MtoiFics, Fleming Etc. I.A I Ksr C lill TON LACKS IN CliKAM. KID (i LOVES! loT Aiu-itU fur "I'tiM i i;V ranted aid lilted to tin' hatnl. CKANl) DISPLAY OF LADIES', 1SSES;, GHILfiEEFS k INFANTS' MUSLIN UJS DERWEAR AT A GltKAT S. E11KL1CI1 & CO., Corner Fort & Hotel Streets. 1-91 J. N. S. WILLIAMS, K. MOKE, : : Engineers & Office & Works, 1'. C. il( UNiOlllBOHWORPOCLd, MANUFACTURKKS OK ALL KINDS OF Sufi;ar Machinery, Steam EDgines, Plain or Automatic C utoff, lioilers for land and marine use, Vacuum Pans up to 11 feet in diameter, Double, Triple or Quadruple Effects, Wrought Iron or Cast Iron Tanks for all purposes, Cane Wsgons, Sugar Wagons, Cranes, Hoisting Machinery, Kice Mill Machinery and Wrought & Cast Iron Work for House Building. A Large & Varied Assortment of Bar Iron always on hand ! : .SPECIALTIES : Diffusion Machinery in all its Branches. SOI.K MaNI KAC'I'I KKHS IN HAWAIIAN Lsl.ANDS KOIt & William's Patent Furnaces for burning tunc Hash. ' William's Patent Cane Slicing Machines, the most successful and econo mical made. Marsden & Rickard's Patent Evaporator, utilizing the waste heat in smoke stack Hie latest improvement,. Mole Anon in ii. ilutvuiiun JnIuimIm tor the Pelton AVater Wheel Co. of San Francisco. Bell's Asbestos Packing Co. of London, England. Sheet Packing, Stuffing Box Packing, Manhole & Handhole Caskets, Steam Pipe & Boiler Coverings. fjBT These Packings are used exclusively by the British Admiralty in war vessels. fjBT Repairs to all kinds of Machinery done at reasonable rates and at short notice. The Equitable Life Assurance Society of the United States. New Assurance Written in 1890 $ 203,826,107 00 Income 35,036,683 24 Surplus (from which dividend will be made). 23,740-447 34 o An Investment Worth Kr owing About! Before assuring your life, or investing your money, examine the Twenty Year Tontine Policies of The Kquiti.ble Life Assurance ISociety of the TJ. S. Policies maturing in 1891 realize cash returns to the owners, of amounts varying from 120 to 176 per cent, of the money paid in, besides the advan tage of the Assurance during the whole period of twenty years. The following is one of many actual cases maturing this year: Endowment Policy No. 64,925. Issued in 1871, at age 27. Amount, 15,000. Premium, $239.90. Total Prems. Paid, 84,798. ItEM UL-TMi at End of Tontine Period in 1891 : Cash Surrender Value. $8,449.45 (Equal to K'6.10 for each $100 paid in premiums, which is equivalent to a return of all premiums J'aid, with interest at 7 per cent, per annum.) Or, in lieu of cash, A Paid-up Life Policy for $19,470 (Equal to $405.80 for each $100 paid in premiums.) Or, A Life Annuity of $633.55. ALEX. jTcARTWRICHT, General Agent for the Hawaiian Islands, Equitable Life Assurance So ciety of the U. S. 1-91 Telephones, No. 175. JBtfg&- UNION FEED CO., L'd, -OFFER California Wheat, Oat Hay, in large and compressed bales ; Barley, Rolled & Ground Barley, California & New Zealand Oats, Middlings, Bran, Com, Cracked Corn, Wheat, Etc., Etc., Etc., Etc. Also, Drifted Snow and Victor Flour ! 1 V K It 'V 1 Ml'A. M lit- : We keep constantly in stock the celebrated Fertilizers manufactured by Mr. A. Haas of San Francisco, viz.: B uie Meal, Wool Dust and High Grade Super Phosphates, all of which can be hud at bedrock prices. tT Island orders solicited and satisfaction guaranteed. J3 , f . . 1 ! A 1 H "4 NEW COOD3 ! (ii-MlM Kill (iittus, every 'uir war j KKKl'CTION. : Manager. SlU'ERINTENHENT. Iron Founders, Queen Street, Honolulu. LIMI. -Cor. Edinburgh & Queen Sts. FUR SALE Life insurance COMPANY. Assets, : : Si 15,947,809.97 Al every age, on every premium table, and in every year, the AC TUAL RESULTS of Tontine Policies of the New York Life Insurance Co. have been LAKGER than those OF ANY OTHER COMPANY issuing similar policies. g0 For particulars apply to V. O. HKKUt.lt. Ueu'l Agent Hawaiian Islands. 1-91 FIRE, LIFE ASD MARINE INSURANCE. Hartford Fire Insurance Co., Assets, $6,219,458.98. London & Lancashire Fire Inf. Co. Assets, $4,3 1 7,052. Thames &. Mersey Marine Ins. Co., (Limited;, Assets, $6, 1 24,057. New York Life Insurance Co., Assets, $1 15,947,809.97. C. O. BERGEK, HONOLULU. General Agent for Hawaiian Islands. 1-111 CASTLE & COOKE, Lite, Fire Si Marine Insurance Agents ! AQKNTS FOK Ne England Mutual Lifa ins. Co., OK BOSTON, Etna Fire Ins. Co. of Hartford, UNION Insurance Company, Kire A Murine. OF SAN FRANCISCO, CALIFORNIA. 1-91 IE n inn & co. Wni. G. Irwin President & Manager Claus Sprockets Vice-President Walter M. Gifl'ard Secretary & Treasurer Theo. O. Porter Auditor SUGAR FACTORS AND Commission Agents. AGENTS OF THJE tout Of Man fr'ninclMPO, C'ul. 1-91 'I'll; Metropolitan Meat Company 81 KING STREET, 6. J. WALLER, Manager. Wholesale & Retail Butchers AND NAVY CONTRACTORS. 1-91 THOS. LINDSAY, MANUFACTURING Jewrler Jfc Wat;limnUer, KUKUI JEWELRY a SPECIALTY. King Street, Honolulu, II. I. tnjf Particular attention paid to all kinds of repairs. 1-91 LOUIS ANDRADE & CO., Contractors fo; Brick & Stone Bui d ings of All Xinds Gond references and all work guaranteed tW Olliee at L. Audrade's store, Ki uau street. 230 3m A SIDE MUE. I oil "it Li I Li in : III 'In; P. ( . A ill H,i' 'li i'l'l. i a 1 1 1 1 I fnmi ' I :i In.ili," toiicliil fc; 'Hi II I'l'lll lot I f- Ml llll' p,llH III lii'l Oil In till. 1 In" " 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 III I illll , t li it t -ll.Mk llll' H4 I'l- jk peculiarly appropi iate to the , Uon at llic pi! -i nl lime. inan" ii.f.,1 h,i lit thai the jHl'li'd M'llllM', iwillfll by iilnilit wixM difft'M'ht nt !((- nml Cini'ii 'L' II pel ioil i f ll .1-1 lilt' HI ceil, ill ','-, "Hilt Ml'.llllil d I" II"' jO'l-i llflll ll It tt i it i ii licinL't :l11 I nut imp licpinof. reitiUr-) to ileiiile hitt pnrlt to re ami what were not inspned." "Lay- . . . . . i i ... i i. .. i .... i inan luiuier remains mai ur unu never known a Miij;le intain'e where a patl)r or preui In-r had offered to instruct hii Hot k on the vital ques tion, "How tame we by the Bible, ami hy what authority do we believe it as the inspired law and teachings of the Divine Creator?" That great question is one that, 1 venture to say, not one in a hundred church-goer knows anything about. We are supposed to know that a man named Mom's, a King Solomon, soniehody called Paul and fitly or sixty others write certain manu scripts under Hie inspiration of the Ureal Creator of all things, and that these writings were collected to gether in a hook that we call the Uibie, and we are taught to regard it with all the reverence due to a production alti iliulahle to the inspir ation of Almighty (iod. '1 he oft repeated expression, "Thus saith the Lord," used throughout the Scrip tures, is so accepted hy the majority of Christians in all sincerity us to its absolute truth. Would one of your more learned readers kindly tell us in what manner the scriptures reached us? I, with many others, would like to know : 1st. In what form and in what locali ties they were first discovered and in w hat tongue were they writleu? 2nd. The dates (approximately) of such discoveries? ."nl. Hy whom and at what date were the writings compos ing the Bible selected from the mass of literature submitted to them and pronounced to be of inspired origin? It woiihtiilso be interesting and in structive to know under whose order and authority such investigation ami selection was made. Perhaps there is some reliable historical work on the subject obtainable in Honolulu? These are questions that every think ing man or woman has a right to ask, and shonht be desirous of know ing. "Layman," whose letter is re ferred to above, does not remember a single instance where a pastor or preacher once offered to instruct his congregation on these points. Is such instruction ever given? 1 think not, or if it is I have never, during twenty years of pretty regu lar attendance at church, heard the subject alluded to except perhaps in the most vague manner. Regarding the popular belief that the scriptures were really written ; under Divine inspiration, grave, very I grave, doubts will arise in the minds I of thoughtful men on this point, and more especially so when such passages occur that, to-day, would be rejected by any respectable publisher. I think that it is time that we should be enlightened on these matters, and to know very clearly to whose human judgment we are indebted for the selection of ancient writings, pro nouncing them as "divinely inspired" centuries after they were written. Perhaps Mr. Burgess, who has made the scriptures so close a study and accepts them to the letter with such blind faith, can tell us who these men were and by whose authority they acted in this responsible task. ENQl'IHHU. REPLY TO D8. HAMMOND. EoITOlt liuLI.KTIN: In reply to Dr. Hammond I re spectfully offer the following re marks. The Dr. states: "I do not change that most solemn command of God's, 'Keniember that thou keep holy the ISabbath day ;' that com mand was not intended for Christians but for a definite class of people who lived prior to the Gospel dispensa tion." We read in Matthew l'J : 10, of a young man asking Christ what was he to do to be saved? And Christ answered, "Keep the com mandments," which command has ever been recognized by all Christ ian churches : therefore the Ten Commandments are not a thing of the past as w ere other regulations of the Mosaic law. The Dr. slates that the Apostles taught the first Christ ians the practice of keeping Sunday instead of the Sabbath. The Apostles were the heads of the church and therefore we say that the church taught this practice. This is what we learn from tradition and tradition has ever been accounted, "a rag of popery." My last question to the Dr. was: "Will Dr. Hammond acknowledge that that church had the power lo so change God's ordi nance?" In his letter de imo facto he does so. I am content ami can withdraw safely from the field. A. M. L KiNtiSi.KV. Oct. 11, 1891. UNNECESSARY SUFFERING. There is little doubt but that many persons suffer for years with ailments that could easily be cured by the use of some simple remedy. The following incident is an illustration of this fact: My wife was troubled with a pain in her side the greater part of the time for three years, until cured by Chamberlain's Pain Balm. It has, I think, permanently cured her. We- also have used Chamberlain's Cough Remedy whenever needed and believe it to be the best in the world. P. M. Boston, Pennville, Sullivan Co., Missouri. For sale by all deal ers. Benson, Smith & Co., agents. SUBSCRIBE fr the Daily Bulletin. uU cents per mouth. III en pi- II I id It. Hnlrl Iri-rl. l lie mi Ii T-iiii'il h.'iw ol'litiiii'il thf er- ii i nf : IIS 7' CL'.SJ CONf ECH'JAj! i ! I A 11. I ...I t I ' A I.I, KIMM OK Fancy Pasliy, Ol llii! very bel quality ami in Hiiy quaintly. Ice Cream Soda, Sherbet Soda, Coffee & Chocoiite, ALWAYS ON ( Al l. We have lilted up Elegant. .Stalls for lite M'l viee of Ice Cream, anil atten tive w aiters will he always in atlemlaiite. LUDWICSF.N & CROP. liu FOR SALE! J HAVE Kour Kine Kesidence .Sites, situated on'Piikui street, lor sale. The Lots have a frontage of !J1 feet on Piikoi street and are 2IHI feet deep, are nicely laid out. in ft nil and shai'e trees and are nil covered with grass; water laid on throughout. The situation of these Lots and the limited number make it necessary that intending purchasers should make early application to the undersigned, from whom all particulars can be had. J AS. V. SIOKGAX. 203 tf TUCK LUNGCHONG, Carpenter & Builder. 1)7 King street, mauka side, below Maumtkea street, 1J gs to inform the public that he is well prepared to contract ou all kinds of Buildings ami to do General Jobbing. Iti-piili-Intf ii Mixictlalt y ! fcj- Muiuaf Telephone 385. 17;l ;ltn CORCE lUCAS, Contractor hji'S1- Builder. Honolulu Steam Planing Miltj, Espla nade, Honolulu. Manufactures all kinds of Mouldings, Uraekets, Window Frames, Winds, Sashes, Doors, and all kinds of wood work finish. Turning, Scroll and Baud Sawing, All kinds of Sawing and Planing, Morticing and Tenanting. E' Orders promptly attended to and work guaranteed. Orders from the other Islands solicited. 1 -91 A. G. SILVA & CO., 55 A 57 Hotel Mtreet. DKAI.KltS IN DliY GOODS, Gentlemen's Furnishings, Carrjeta & Matting, FURNITURE. Large Stock Always on Hand aug 17-91-y E. 13. THOMAS, CONTRACTOR and BUILDER. Estimates given on all kinds of Brick, Iron, Stone and Wooden Buildings. All kinds of Jobbing in the Building Trade attended to Keeps for sale Brick, Lime, Cement, Iron Stone Pipe and Fittings, Old and New Corrugated Iron, Mintou Tiles, Quarry Tiles, assorted sizes and colors; California and Monterey Sand, Granite Curbing and Blocks, Etc. Aa? Oltlce and Yard :, Cor. King and Smith streets. OIHee Hours: 8 to 12 A. m., and 1 to 4 i. m. ttr Telephones: Bell, 351; Mutual, 417. Residence: Mutual, 410. P. O Box, 117 129 ly FOR SALE or LEASE RESIDENCE on Lunalilo street presently occupied hv Ml". J. A. kVnni'ilv. taining double parlors, four bedrooms, dining-room, bathroom, large dining room, kitchen and pantry; servant's room, stabling, etc., on rear of main building. Grounds, SOOxlOS feet, well laid out. Vacant on 14th August Lot adjoining aooxlOo feet may he purchased on reasouuhle terms, R. I. LI LLIE, 108 tf With Theo II. Davies & Co. FOR SALE - impc cBi.uB Known as Kahuku Ranch, Kau, r-r 11 V .... , Hawaii, with all its belong ings. The Ranch contains 1S4.000 m-l'PS. T!nr la ,., the Ranch a lare and valiiiililn foi-oor of Koa and Ohia. For further parti culars, apply to KA11UKU, 1 tf Kau. Hawaii. TO LET rpilE Brick Building at pre 1 sent occupied by the Union lee Oomnanv on IIih Esplanade. Size of buildinu- 4tl vKn feef ill the clear Up and down stairs con nected by elevator. For particulars en quire ou the premises. aao tf AtllMMItll f IH W llllllltt,lti,'ll ! ' , (I, li tit" iitij p, mil i" of FURNITURE ! I.lt gaid in il' -iK'i ittnl Hlili in make. Chamber Suits Win drobi'n, CJltltlllOiM, DRESSING 0 &SES 1 taliy C 'tiri-iiirM, t orulce PoIcn, PARLOR SETS Ku Inn ..V- Weed 1M'-m, Mitli.v Wuili iiitf (-'luitrM, lOlllttffM, fiol'.t lltitlM. Chairs to Bent lor Balls and Parties. 7-2!v S. El. CARTER, No. H King Mlrent, DEALER in COAL ! HAS ON HAND FOR SALE: Beprinre Bay Goal, IN ejUANTITIEH TO SUIT. foir Delivered in any part of the town. 187-B0TH TELEPHONES-187. 200 tf HUSTACE. lorpn & Hitclicocl DRAYMEN. All orders for cartage promptly attended to. Particular attention paid to the Storing & Shipping Of good In transit to the oilier Islands. Also, Black & White Sand In quantities to suit at loweit prices tST Office: Next door to Jas. F. Morgan's auction room. Mutual 19-g Telephones s?" Bell 414 1-91 The undersigned having been appointed sole agents for the Hawaiian Islands For the Celebrated fiiwii Lonotim From the works of Burkm, Parry, Williams & Co., Philadelphia, Venn Are now prepared to give estimates and receive orders for these engines, of size and style. The Baldwin Locomotive Works are now manufacturing a style of Loco motive particularly adapted For Plantation Purposes, A number of which have recently been received at these Islands, and we will have pleasure in furnishing plantation agents an t managers' with particular of same The superiority of these Locomotives over all other makes is not only known here but is acknowledged throughout the United States. Wm. tt. IRWIN & Co., Ld, Sole Agents for Hawaiian Islands 1-91 Atlas Assurance Conany OF LONUOX. H. W. SCHMIDT & SONS, Agents for the Hawaiian Islands. NOTICE. ALL shooting of game on the lands of Moanalua, Ilalawa, A lea ami Mau nnlua, I. land of Oalni, is strictly for bidden without the necessary permit, which may be had on application to Mr, .1. M. Dowsett, at, the banking house of Bishop & Co., Honolulu, 11. I. M AUNALUA RANCH CO., JAS. I. HOWSETT. 220 U Mm Loceiro Tint; TAiu.n. TH KOI (.11 LINK. Arrive from Han Arrive from Ui. FtainlHco, Colonic, MoniiHHi . . l. t 22 Alameda Nov 19 .Muriponit ktiuliau Hail Service! ih MK HAN I'KAKt'lMMI. The New and Flue Al BUxri Sujauisblp "ALAMEDA," Of the Oceanic Steamship Company will be due at Honolulu ltoin hyduey and Auckland ou or about Oct. 22. 1891, And will leave for the above port with' mails and passengers ou or about that dale. Mr For freight or passage, having superior accommodations, apply to Wm 0. IKWIH ft CO, L'd, Agents. For Sjdney and Auckland I The New and Fine Al Steel Steamship "MONOWAI," Of the Oceanic Steamship Company will be due at Honolulu from ban Francisco on or about Oct. 22, 1891 f And will have prompt dispatch with mails and passengers for the above ports. tV For freight or passage, having superior accommodations, apply to Wm 0. IRWIK & CO.. L d, 1-91 Agents. liter's stfiaisliip Cs.'s T191K TAllLKt ST MR. 'KINAU CLARKE, Commanjr, Will leave Honolulu at 2 o'clock p. m., touching at Lahaiua, Maalaea Bay and Makena the same day; Mahu kona, Kawaihae and Laupahoeboe the following day, arriving at Hilo at midnight. LEAVES HONOLULU. Tuesday Oct. i!0th ; Returning leaves Hilo, touching at Laupahoeboe same day; Kawaihae, A. m. ; Mahukonu, 12 noon; Makena, 6 v. M. ; Maalaea Buy, 8 p, m.; Lalia ina, 10 p. m. the following day ; arriv ing at Honolulu 0 a. m. Wednesdays and Saturdays. ARRIVES AT HONOLULU. Wednesday Oct. 28tU flT No Freight will be received after 12 noon of day of sailing. STMR. -claudine: DAVIES, Commander, Will leave Honolulu every Tuesday at 5 o'clock P. M., touching at Kahu lui, Huelo, liana, Hamoa and Kipa hulii. Returning will arrive at Hono lulu every Sunday morning. 0F No Freight will be received after 4 P. m. on day of sailing. Consignees must be at the landings to receive their freight, as we will not hold ourselves responsible after such freight has been landed. While the Company will use due diligence in handling live stock, we decline to as sume any responsibility in case of the loss of same, and will not be responsible for money or jewelry unless placed in the care of Pursers. W. C. WILDER, President. S. B. ROSE, Secretary. CAPT. J. A. KING, Port Supt. 1-91 . STEAMERS OF TUE Pacific Mail Steamship Co. AND TUE Occidental & Oriental S. S. Co. ' Will call at Honolulu on their ! ' way to the above ports, as follows: Stmr. "China." Dec 15. Round Trip Tickets to Yokohama and return, via San Francisco, 9360, For particulars apply to H. HACKFELD A CO., 138 tf ' Agents. I King eltreet. Honolulu. Excellent accommodation for patients. DR. A. R. ROW AT, V. 8. Oltice Hours-7:30to 10 a.m.; 12:30 to 2 p. m. ; 1 :30 to 6 p. m. Telephones: Bell9. Mutual 188. P. O. Bos SiR. i:2tt Scotch Splint Coal I THE undersigned offer for tale 600 tons of best Scotch Splint Coal, juut arrived per "Strathhlane" from Glas gow. Tills Coal is equal to best Welch Coal, and especially suited (or steam, household and ploughing engine use. m tf Q. W. MACFARLANK 6 CO.