THE PACIFIC COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER: HONOLULU, DECEMBER 23, 1S9S.
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Boys' White Sailor Suits, long and knee
Boys' Fancy Wash Sailor Suits, knee pants.
Boys' Blue Serge Middy Suits.
Boys' Blue Sailor Suits.
Boys' Fancy Worsted, Junior Suits.
Boys All-Wool Fancy Sweaters.
Boys Star Shirt-Waists, white and colored
Boys' Straw Hats.
Boys' Pearl Felt Fedora Hats.
Boys' Fancy bows and Widsor Ties.
Our Boys' Duck sailor and Middy Suits run
from 3 to 8 years.
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flerchant and Fort Streets.
Should ba put in thorough repair before you are washed
out during the heavy rains that may be expected at any
I stand ready to do any necessary repairs required.
Remember the heavy storm last year that did so much
75-79 KING ST.
TEL: NO. 31
H. H. WILLIAMS.
Undertaker and Embalmer.
LOVE BUILDING, 534r536 FORT ST.
Residence, 777 Fort St., Next Door Below Fort St. House. Tel 849.
212 QUEEN ST. m - - HONOLULU.
, WEILL &
Founders and Machinists.
213 Queen St., bet. Alakea and Richards Sts., Honolulu.
Invite Enquiries for General Ironwork; Iron and Brass Cast
ings. Ships' Blacksmiths. Cemetery Railings and
Crestlngs Made to Order: Samples on Hand.
REPAIRS PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO. TEL. 410.
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East Corner Fort and King Streets.
IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN
Groceries, Provisions and Feed
General Agents for the Sanitarium Brand of Health Foods.
New and Fresh. Goods Received by Every Packet from California,
Eastern States and European Markets.
Standard Grades of Canned Vegetables, Fruits find Fish.
Goods Delivered to Any Part ot the City. Satisfaction Guaranteed.
fcland Trade Solicited.
p. O- BOX 145. :::::: TELEPHONE 92.
Rev. Mr. Usborae Mate Rail!
HO POWER IN OTHER MATTERS
What Consecration Confers When
There is no Shadow of Right Can
not Coerce At Washington.
EDITOR P. C. A It was with much
pain that I read an article in the
Saturday isue of your paper, rela
tive of myself and church matters.
I am quite sure that you do not mean
to misrepresent me, but you have done
so nevertheless, and I Wg you will
kindly permit me through your col
umns, to correct you on two points:
You failed to grasp my views of the
Dishop's position in this diocese. The
very last thins I wish to convey was,
that I held the view that the Bishop
had " no color of authority for ruling
the Church in Hawaii." He has the
spiritual rule of this diocese. The
Bishop in every diocese is the spirit
ual ruler and head of the church, and
the very act of consecration confers
upon him certain sacred powers and
prerogative which give him spiritual
jurisdiction in the diocese to which he
may be appointed. The Episcopal
Church is founded on the principle of
the Bishop's authority in spiritual mat
aters, as a monarchy is, on the prin
ciple of government by a monarch, in
temporal matters. What I wished you
to understand was that the Bishop had
no coercive authority whatever confer
red on him either by the English
Church or English crown, or by virtue
of his office, to discipline either the
clergy or the laity, or to interfere in
any way with the rights or liberties
of any man in. this country; and that
when he undertakes to do so, he does
so, ultra vires and entirely on his own
responsibility, without a shadow of
authority, and by English Ecclesiasti
cal law only those persons in the
church who choose to acknowledge his
temporal supremacy are bound by it.
The Bishop is quite clear on this point
himself, when he states in the April
issue of his Diocesan Magazine that
the "Anglican Church in Hawaii is a
voluntary Association." This is quite
true, and he, by virtue of his office is
president of the association. The pre
sident of any association enjoys cer
tain powers and privileges attached to
his office, as does the Bishop, but thes.
powers are limited, and he may not
go beyond them, without the consent
of the members of the association, and
if he does, his action is not lawful.
In England and in the United States,
Bishops have coercive authority con
ferred upon them by the church, with
the consent of their respective govern
ments, very right and necessary in the
interests of good government, but here
no such power has lxeen conferred,
which makes all the difference, and it
is the coercive ruling of his diocese
that I say the Bishop exercises with
All good churchmen hold the office of
the episcopate in the deepest venera
tion and respect, and when it is un
worthily represented, it is the greatest
calamity that could befall a church.
With regard to my visit to Washing
ton to attend the general convention
of the American Church, you infer that
I was received there with marked at
tention, which was not the case. I was
received with the courtesy that any
clergyman from a foreign diocese,
might expect at such a convention,
from such a body of men, with per
haps a tinge of extra interest, coming
from the Sandwich Islands, and a new
possession. In a few cases the cour
tesy extended to me by Bishops was
noticably scant, but the instances
were few. The House of Deputies po
litely gave me a seat on the floor of
their house, by which I had access, to
members of committees, but not to the
committees in session, as your paper
would intimate. The House of Bishops
sits in council alone, and the public
are excluded, the House of Deputies is
comprised of the clerical and lay dele
gates, and it is this House that ex
tend a welcome to such visitors as I
I have to say that I did use every
endeavor to put the members of this
convention in full possession of the
facts, and the true condition and state
of our church, in order that they might
legislate the more intelligently in the
matter of this new possesion. This
was the purpose of my going to the
convention I presume. After three
weeks' session I left Washington, feel
ing that we had the sincere sympathy
of a very great proportion of that Con
gress, and that we might rely upon
the American Church for assistance in
the satisfactory settlement of our dif
ficulties, if our cause be right, and the
movement general. The joint commit
tee on the "increased responsibilities
of the church" in that part of its re
port which refers to this diocese, dis
tinctly expresses its opinion, that in
such a case as ours, "the church is
charged with obligations of duty to ex
I am verv trulv vours.
Major Taylor on his "Orient" made
the world's record time for one mile
in 1:31 4-5. He also holds numerous
world's records at other distances. Or
ient wheels are made by the Waltham
Watch Co., and are the only bicycles
in the world that are really "built like
a watch," because built by people who
BUILD WATCHES. The Honolulu Bi
cycle Co., 209 Hotel street, Arlington
Block, have an elegant line of the "Or
ients," ranging in price from $30 to
$S5. They are without any doubt the
most elegant and perfect wheel ever
seen in this market.
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The Emporium is one of the largest and by
far the handsomest store in America. The several floors cover many acres of
space and the following list gives a fair idea of what we have to sell.
Stoves and Ranges
Silver and Plated Ware
Tin and Agate Ware
Trunks and Valises
Teas and Coffees
Wools and Worsteds
Wines and Liquors
An important branch of this great business is the Mail Order Service managed by an expert, assisted
by a large corps of competent mail order people. The same low prices that visitors to the store enjoy, are
charged to customers at a distance. Goods are shipped the day order is received or on first out-going
steamer thereafter. The Emporium Economist, a 130 page book in beautiful 7 color cover, contains 1500
illustrations. It gives the lowest price for everything to wear, eat, drink or use in your home and tells how
to shop satisfactorily by mail. Mailed free to any address on application to the
Correspondence Department The Emporium and Golden Rule Bazaar,
San Francisco, Cal.
Artists Materials Cakes Japanese Goods
Uicycles Confectionery Knit Underwear
Paby Carriage-; California Souvenirs Iimps
F.askets Dry Goods Laces
Bric-a-brac Dress Goods Leather Good
Iar Supplies Domestics Ladies' Tailoring
Blankets, Comforts Drus L-ice Curtains
Books Draperies Medical Books
Bird Caes Decorative Art Goods Millinery
Biitteriek Patterns Purs Muslin Underwear
Cameras and Supplies Furniture Men's Furnishings
Crockery Gas Lamps Notions
Cutlery Glassware Ornaments
Chinese Curio- Gloves Optical Goods
Cloak?, Suits Graphophones Pictures
Corsets Groceries Picture Frames
Carpets Household Goods Photographs
Clocks Hardware Perfumery
Clothing Hoisery Paints and Oils
Cigars and Tobacco Hats Men's. Boys' Bugs Linoleums
Candy Infants' Wear Shet-t Music
Executor's Notice of Sale of Real Estate.
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By order of John F. Colburn, executor of the will of Antone Rosa, late
deceased, acting under order of the Probate Court of the First Judicial Circuit,
I shall, at 12 o'clock noon f '
ON SATURDAY, THE 7TII DAY OF JANUARY, 1899,
At my auction room in Honolulu,
Island ot Oahu, offer for sale at public
auction to the highest bidder, all of
tne right, title and Interest of the said
Antone Rosa and 'his estate in and to
that certain real estate and fishery
bounded and described as follows:
1st. Those certain 2 apanas of land
situate at Kalihi, being covered by L.
C. A, No. 1,049, R. P. No. 4,976, to Kea
wepoepoe no Keaka, containing an area
of 5 86-100 acres more or less.
2nd. The &ea fishery of Kaalawal,
being a portion of L. C. A. No. 6,252, R.
P. No. 5,552, to Kekuhiko.
3rd. A portion of L. C. A. No. 8,559
B Apana 32 Iliaina of Kapahulu to W.
C. Lunalilo, situate at Kaalawai, Bast
of Diamond Head, being subdivided
into 8 building lots.
.The lots at Kaala-wai He beyond Ka
piolani Park, a short distance beyond
the residence of President Dole and in
the immediate vicinity of the resi
dences and lots of Cecil Brown, J. A.
Magoon, T. R. Walker, F. M. Swanzy,
and other permanent residents.
The soil is good and water is obtain
able on the lots In wells only a few
feet deep. There i3 access to the
beach from all of the lots.
There is a fair carriage road to the
lots from the Park.
The fact that almost all of the beach
lots at Waikiki have been sold to
manent residents renders Chla sa.
usually fine opportunity to secure cool
beach lots; an opportunity not tttss7.
to recur again, for present porcfiussssa
of beach lots buying for their own
and not for sale.
Sale subject to the confirmation. cJ
Deeds at expense of purchasers.
JAS. F. MORGAN, Auctioneer.
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Thej' are rich in color and very
like old masters in tone and effect.
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Corner Fort and Hotel Streets
CHRIST" eans or our patrons
MAS nine selection of . . .
AT TURKEYS, GEESE, DUCKS and
GARES' F0WLS of a11 kinds
ooo ROAST SUCKLING PIG.
You will confer a favor by placing
your order as early as possible.
CENTRAL MEAT MARKET.
214 Nuuanu St. TeL 104.
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Gas and Gasoline Engines,
Railroad Supplies, Trucks, Etc.
Send for Illustrated Catalogue to
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Gas and Gasoline
THE UNION CAS ENGINE COMPANY.
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