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HE IS MOT A "PAID AGENT,"
Professor Hosmer Writes in Defense of Dr. C M. Hyde. short Sketch of His Labor Among Different yatio'nalit'es Started Many Mis-ion-. Friends of Dr. Hyde have not oeen idle in refuting the infamous revival by Mr. Shearman of an un truth connected with his work in the islands. Professor Hosmer sent the following statement of Dr. Hyde's work to an Eastern publi cation by the last steamer : Hawaiian affairs seem to be fated to continual misrepresentation in the East, but the recent attacks by Thomas G. Shearman and Titus Munson Coan upon Rev. C. M. Hyde, D. D., the "recognized and paid agent of the American Board" in these islands, are as unjust as they are uncalled for. In the first place Dr. Hjde is not a "paid agent." Last year, when the work seemed to require another man in the field, the Amer ican Board decided that an assist ant might be sent if means for his -upport could be provided. Dr. Hyde offered to give up his salary without relinquishing any portion of his labor, retaining only the home kept in repair, and his offer was accepted. Leaving a successful pastorate in the Center Congregational church of Haverhill, Mass., in 1876, Dr. Hyde came to the Hawaiian Isl ands and entered upon the mission ary work among the Hawaiians, in which he has shown remarkable ability, tact and energy. Upon his arrival in Honolulu he took charge of the North Pacific Insti tute, a school for training young Hawaiian pastors. Here the doc tor has labored faithfully in the classroom with the young theologi cal students and ha3 shown infinite patience in teaching them and their wive3 how to keep model homes. .Not only are they taught the Bible and theology, but also how-to meet practically the questions of life. Christianity and common sense go hand in hand in this institution. JBut Dr. Hyde's labors are by no means confined .to tho Hawaiian work. In 1878, together with the late Rev. Samuel Damon, D. D., of honored memory, he founded the Chinese mission, and he has ad min istered the communion ever since. Later he began a mission among the Japanese and also one among the Portuguese, which through the generosity of this community "have rapidly developed and are doing much for that element of our popu lation. Dr. Hyde is one of the most in fluential and useful men in Hono lulu, being interested in almost every effort that is made for the up lifting of his fellowmen of what soever race or ect. He fills many positions of trust and honor in the community, being one of the trus tees of Oahu College, of the Kame- hameha schools, of the Makawao Seminary, and of the Kohala Girls' School, a prominent member of the Hawaiian Board of Missions, one of the Honolulu Public Library, the Social Science Club, the His torical Society, etc. He is a typical American, combining all the ener gy and persistency of the New Englander with the refinement and culture of the Christian gentleman. LIQUORS WAR ON LiBOR 1 know that in refusing to even touch a drop of strong drink 1 was and am right. In refusing to treat another to that which I do not be lieve good for myself to drink, I know I am right. In refusing to associate with men who get drunk, I know I am right. In not allowing a rumseller to gain admittance into the Order of the Knights of Labor, I know I am right. In advising our assemblies not to rent halls or meet ing rooms over drinking places, I know I am right. I have done this from the day my voice was first heard in the council halls of our Order. My position cn the question is right I am determined to main tain it, and will not alter it one jot or tittle. I know that there are thousands in our Order who will not agree with me on the question of temperance, but that is tbeir mis fortune, for they are wrong, radically wrong. Ten years ago the cause of temper ance was not so resp.jctable,as it is today, because tbere were nut so many respectable men and women advocating it. It hae gained ground; it is gaining ground, and all because men and women who believe in it could not be brow beaten or fright ened. Neither the hissing of geese or serpents nor the throwing of rot ten eggs has stopped or even d layed the march of temperance among the workers. Terence V. Powoerlv. W. C T. U. The Hawaiian Gazette Company manufacture rubber stamps of all descriptions. THE PACIFIC CHRISTIAN WORK CONFERENCE. Programme of Gathering at Central Union Chnrch, Friday Afternoon. A conference of those interested in Christian work will be held in the Central Union Church Sunday School next Friday afternoon and evening. The following programme will be taken up : 2:30 p. m , Bible reading, led by Rev. J. Leadiugham. 3 p. m., Japanese work, Rev. O. H. tiuliek. 3:10 p. m., Hawaiian work, Miss Green and Rev. Mr. Parker. 3:25 p. m., Chinese work, Mr. Frank Kamon. 3:35 p. m., Portuguese work, Rev. A. V. Boares. 3 45 p. m., Temperance work, Mrs. J. M. Whitney. 4 p. m., Christian Church, Rev. T. D. Garvin. 4:10 p. m., Methodist Episcopal: Japauese work, Rev. H. Kihara; Ger mau work, Rev. L. E. Schneider ; Eng lish work, Rev. H. W. Peck. 4:25 p. m., Salvation Army work, Adjutant iguer. 4:35 p. m., Work among sailors, Chaplain Edmonsen. 4:45 p m , Y. M. C. A. work, D. W. Corbett. 5 p. m., Recess. i:30 p. m., Evangelistic work, the Tat man meetings. 7:30 p. m., Personal work, Rev. D. P. Biruie. . 8 p. nr., Address, "The Holy Spirit," Rev. M. C. Harris, D. D. . Foresters Ccltbrate. At the anniversary entertain ment of Foresters last night the Court was opened by Chief Ranger A. C. Pestana. Dr. McLennan spoke on the Ancient Order of For esters established about one hun dred years ago; J. F. Eckhardt on the endowment fund and its ad vantages ; M. G. Silva on the For esters in the Portuguese language ; T. Lindsay on the order in the Pa cific and on the Coast. The hall was tastefully decor ated for the occasion and the floor nicely covered for the dancing, which came later. Refreshments were served during the evening. Li LIMITED, IMPORTERS, HARDWABE AND GEN K Li A L Merchandise Wt have just received by the bark Triton, a large shipment of English s Araorjg them which will he found Iron Chairs, all Sizes; ttar Iron. All Sixes; lirnss Rods, Sheet lirass. Galvanized Tubs, Galvanized IJuckete, GALVANIZED AND BLACK FENCE WIRE Anneled and Tested.. Sfaeks & Brownlows' Filters, Ball Blueing, Counter and Bag Twine, HUBBARD'S Boiled Linseed Oil White Lend, Xine. AND XXRY COLORS CASTLE & COOKE. L'd LytPORtEK!;!. Hardware -qnd General Mercbandist At Hawaiian Gazette Office. CASTLE Good COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER; HONOLULU, FITS CURED From U. S. Journal if Medicine.) Prof. W.D.Peeke,who makes a specialty of JSpBepcf, has withoat doubt treated and onei more CMea than any living Phv-ician ; hist-ucco- li MtonWtfngi W e have heard of caesof20yearstaniliii;cr.rtl by mm. Hepablitdiesavalnablework on this disease which he pends with a lare bottle of his absolute cure, fnv to any sufferer who may send their P.O. andExpre- ad drega. We advise anyone wishinc a cure to addrc-. Prof. W. II. PKKKE.F. P., 4 Cedar .St., New York. Ladies' Column. Did you notice that we made no mention of the ar rival of the goods purchased for us by Mrs. Fbeimann while on her recent trip East ? There was a reason for it, and a simple enough one too, if you will only stop to think. You knew and everybody else knew that we were going to bring something into this market that was new and catchy. There was no need to advertise it, the judicious buy ers of Honolulu watch the arrival of our goods, they know that if there is anything nice to be had we get it, in fact that we set the pace on New Goods, Stylish Goods, at prices that are just right. This week, in addition to the regular run, we are going to make a hole in our pile of COMFORTERS ! COMFORTERS ! ! While the counters loaded up with COLORED COTTON DUCKS, COLORED COTTON DUCKS, and PIQUE, PIQUE, PIQUE, will also be an attractive feature. B. P. EHhERS & CO. I "The best Corset in the world for the money. JCome and L.OOK AT THEM, TAKE THEM HOME, TRY THEM ON" ! And return them if they don't suit you. These Corsets are made in style to fit and suit every body and their purses. They are in forty-seven dif ferent styles and range in price from $1 to $5 per pair. Ask to see the Extra Long Waist Sonnette for $2.25. They can't be beaten. If you can't get Corsets long enough, remember you can get the "Sonnette" with six HOOKS. Should you want a Corset with REAL WHALE BONE, get the "SONNETTE." Anyway come in and see them. J. J. EGAS. Sole Agent for Hawaiian Islands. 3819-tf SONNETTE NEW EDITION OF THE Tourists Guide Through Hawaii, 2500 Copies. To Be Issued April 30th. A second edition jf this very popular hand book descriptive of Hawaiian Scenes acid Scenery is now running through the press, and will be published on or about April 15. It lias been carefully revised, and portions of it rewritten, bringing it down to the present date, making it an indispensible hand book. Besides a full description of each of the islands, it contains most val uable information for tourists relat ive to steamer travel, rates of passage, hotels, weather records, health resorts, the Government, exports and imports, a brief account of the revolution of 1895, interesting facts for inquiring tourists, notes on coffee, sugar, &c, &c , and all information sought by tourists regarding these islands. A full index accompanies it. The book will be beautifully illus trated witn maps and some twenty- nve run page pictures. Can be obtained from the News dealers in Honolulu. Price 75 cts., per copy. H. M. WHITNEY, Editor and Publisher. P. O. Box 159. Telephone 75. 3947 1G39 lm Old pieces of Furniture made highly decorative by an application of our ART No skill is required and one can get any shade wanted. Tissue Paper, Asbestos Paper ! Wires hand. for paper flower work now on Picture Framing Is oar specialty for stantly receiving mouldings. which new we are con designs in We are now offering something first-class in Colored Photos. K IJSTGr 3857-ly HOTEL STRFET. Nesili-'s Milk Food for infants has, during- iio years, grown in favor with both doctors and mothers throughout the world, and is now un questionably not oaly the best substitute for mothers' milk, but the food which agrees with the largest percentage of infants. It gives strength and stamina to resist the weakening effects of hot weather, and has saved the lives of thousands of infants. To any mother sending her address, and mentioning this paper, we will send samples and description of Pestle's Food. Thos. Leaning & Co., Sole Ag'ts, 29 Murray St., K. Y. 14 Iqffilf f mKmnTfmi Trie Agency tor NESTLE'S MILK FOOD IS WITH 1HS Hollister Drug Company, Limited 523 Fort Street. Honolnln. H. i. Note That the War Is over, and it is the duty of every citizen to support the existing form of govern ment. Although things may not move with the cordialty that would insure an everlasting pe-ce, still they may be al lowed to subside into that indifference without animosity, tuat would allow either party to work cut their beBt int- rests All things considered it may be for the best, but time, the only arbitrator in such case, must alone decide that. J. G. STEWAKT is a plumber and will do your work in a shape and at figures that will aive satisfaction. 3949-tf 15 BETHEL STREET. CHALK TALK ! Chalk marks properly made on cloth to conform with your figure, are sure to give you a fit. I guarantee to fit you in pants or suits or we don't wans your trade. Give me a trial and you will come again C. AKIMA, S'135-y 46 y unarm street. Jas. W. Bergstroni, pIANOi PIPE AND KPED ORGAN i. Tuner and RfDAr-r. Oidarn foffc at Lnraara Bookstore, will receive prompt 3866-v attention. ENAMEL PAINTS APRIL 124, 189; H. E. McINTYRE & BRO., EAST CORNER FORT AND KINO STREETS IM rOl'.TKKS AMP DHAXJBBS I M Groceries, Provisions and Feed. o New and Fresh Goods received by every packet from California, Oantern StateB, and Luroi ean 5Iarkets. ' Standard grades of canned Vegetables, Fruits and Fish. Goods delivered to any part of the citv. Satisfaction guaranteed. 1 Island trade solicited. P. O BOX 145. WRINKLED BEAUTIES SHOULD Use Lola Montez Cremk. Skin Food and Tissue Builder. Does not cover, but heals and cures blemishes of the skin. Makes the tissues firm and builds up the worn-out muscle fibers, and makes them nlump. Lowest in price and best in value. 75 cents i.miok iot. Mrs Harrison's Face Bleach. Cures most aggravated cmm of Freckles, Blackheads, Flesh Worms, Sunburn, Safiowness, and Quick in action and permanent in effects. Paica KL Moth Patches. Mrs. Harrison's Face Powder. Pure adhesive and positively invisible. Three shades white, flesh, biunette. Will not clog the pores, stays on all day. Price 50 cents. Mrs. Harrison's Hair Vigor. Stops FalliDg Hair in one or two application. Prevents Gray Hair and causes rich and luxuriant growth of Hair to grow on bald heads. Cases of years standing specially invited to a trial. Price $1. Mrs. Harrison's Hair Restorer. Only four to ten days required to restore hair to its natural color Is not a dye or bleach. No sediment or stickiness. Color is permanent when once your hair is restorod to its natural phad. Hair becomes glossy and clean. Price $1. Mrs. Harrison's Frizz. For keeping tho hair in curls a week at a time; not sticky; don't leave a white deposit on the hair. Price 50 cents. MRS. NETTIE HARRISON, America's Beauty Doctor. 20 Geary Street, San Franciaco, Cal. gJTFor sale by HOLLISTER DRUG COMPANY, 528 Fort Btrset, Honolulu. MflPAuy lady call at Hollister Drug Company will be given a Lady's Journal containing a Beauty Lecture writUn by Mrs. Nettie Harrison. Koyal Insurance Co., OF LIVKHPOO!,. "THE LAKGKST IN THE WOKL.D." Assets January 1st, 1892, $42,432,174.00 Fire use. on all Kinds of insurable property iKKen at ?urrc m rate by 3140-lrn Give the Baby INFANTS iNVAUDS. TRADE aXJfiA. JET. LABOR A Jr tfARK. BENSON, SMITH & CO., Hole -Amenta loir thw I Iftwn 1 in Island. ENTERPRISE PETER HIGH & CO. OWICIZ W?X MILL ; Alakea and Richards cear Queen Street. Honolulu. MOULDINGS, Doors, Sash, Blinds, Screens, Frames, TURNED AND SAWED WORK. -o Proxnpt attention to all orders. TELEPIlUN K MUTUAL 56. EVERYBODY Geo- Is Burned Out, Superintend or a One-roomed City Kali. All Orders Left With John Nott, King Street, Will be promptlv Attended to. Daily Advertiser, 75 5 TELEPHONE NO. 92. WALKER, Agent for Hawaiian Island,, A Perfect Nutriment for growing cmu.dr.kr. Convalescents, consumptives. Dyspeptics, and tho Aerd, und In Acute I linens iturt all WaNtinc DixraNeB. THE Best Food for Hand-fed infants. OI'R HOOK for tho 1nstnitloo offijnjTM,"The Cure nncl I Ina of InOiniN, "will l- nHtl fre to any uddrcuH, um rcjuv)t. DOLIBER-GOODALE CO, BOSTON, WAS., L. ft. A PLANING MILL Proprietors. B. 1 Etc. BELL 498. KNOWS W. Lincoln but Still Prepared to Build Anything from House to a New Cents per Month