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HONOLULU EYE AND EAIi INFIRMARY Will open for treatment of patients on I June 1st next. 3rd Floor Model Block. NEXT PROGRESS HALL. Corner Beretania and Fort Streets. TRUSTEES Robt. Lewers, Esq., president; J. H. Hackfeld, B. F. Dil lingham, Thos. Hobron, L. C. Abies, E. Mott-Smith, secretary and treasurer. SURGICAL STAFF Dr. and Dr. Andrews. Sloggett NOTICE OF REMOVAL. Dr. Sloggett will remove his offices to the third floor Model Block, on June 1st next. Castle. & Cooke, LIMITED. LIFE and FIRE AGENTS FOR lew n OSUfQIiCf: c urn OF BOSTON. OF HARTFORD. SEAVER LUNCH ROOMS, Fort St., Opp. Wilder & Co., H. J. NOLTE. Prop. First-Class Lunches Served With Tea, Coffee. Soda Water, Ginger Ale or Milk. Open from 3 a. m. till 10 p. m. 8moker8' Requigitea a Specialty. HAWAII 5HINPO SHA. THE PIONEER JAPANESE PRINTING OFFICE. The publishers of "Hawaii Shinpo." The only daily Japanese paper pub lished in the Islands. ? 0 D 3 EDITOR M. TAKAHASIII. PROPRIETOR C. SHIOZAWA. Office: Nuuanu avenue, above Bere tania. 5215 m Enoloiid Annul liifi Fire Insurance Com . : - . PALAMA Easy Terms. Good Lots. -.C. A. to t WHAR BOTTLE C C c The bt at U,- ii?w-rt price at HOOP'S. si c c o c 6 1 ! I t If you ever had ar. idea 3 of indulging in the luxury of C a fine Chiffonier. The special $ offering in Mahogany and Oak bring the prices of the C very richest furniture made C down within every body's 2 reach. Surely the prices we are quoting now will meet C with your approval. 2 THE REASON we talk so strongly about 9 FANCY CARYED f PARLOR CBAIRS t -4 is because they are 5 the latest Eastern styJcs. You should not fail to see them. Way back last November j we received a sample lot of I LUKES' DESKS I Did TOILET TABLES. It is needless to 5 say they did not last a week. $ By the Australia, on May 11, 5 we received a large shipment K of these Desks and Tables, p These., are of elegant designs 5 and have a beautiful finish. Every lad" should have one O of the?e Detks. $ - ' Leading Furniture Dealers KING & BETHEL STS. At vnnr in Tnim nn i 7r j.flopp&co; trf f -f -f -f cf , Om Saturday, I THE PACIFIC COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER: HONOLULU, MAY "IN HIS STEPS" Tie New "Moral Force" Boo! by SiieMoD is CoDsiflerefl. SERMON BY MR. KIKGAID Rejoices In the Publication-Suggests on Implications A Rea der and Hearer Writes. A BOOK SERMON. Sunday morning, at the Central Un ion Church, Rev. AV. M. Kincaid chose as the subject for his sermon, "In His Steps." The text was II Cor., .:1G: "Though we have known Christ after the flesh, yet- now henceforth know we Him no more." One great value of the Epistlcts is that they show how the men who lived RKV. CHAS. M. SHELDON'. (Author of -In His Steps.") in tile first century of the Christian era regarded Christ, what was the im pression he made on their lives and hearts. The Epistles, then, are the best helps we can get to set forth what should be our true relation to Christ, and here we have Paul telling us what his relation with Christ was, that he knew him no longer after the fleish. What he meant by this was that he was no longer occupied with the mere details of Christ's life iol with the outward form, but with the inner spir it. Fix the eye upon the mere details of Christ's life, and for us who are living in an entirely changed world it is impossible to follow him. But pass My Salesroom, i 1 1 RESIDENCE LOTS AT AUCTION. : AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON. N 3 A N SO (70-M So fSo behind the mpre details to the spirit that inspired him and that spirit will ad.ipt i:f-'f to cur present world, or indi-od. to any world that the ages may evolvi'. ; earing upon a b.io iy a v t. "In C!iur, which as draw amount of attention. I refer II:- Stops.- by Roy. Charles M. p.ist';: of the Congregational a: To:ka. Kansas. At the t I wih to say that I rejoice in publication of 'this book and its the great nodularity for these reason?: Fi:v: Because k tends to stir the stainn: waters or religious thought and to .-hake people out of the ruts into which they have easily got. It forces its readers to consider the great evils of the outside world which Chris tianity was designed to cure. second Because it tends to carry our thought back to Christ as the be ginning and end of Christianity. It exaiv; him above dogmas and specula tions about him. Third Because it emphasizes the fact that the only religion worthy of the name is that which influences the life. Fourth Because the book is a striking ill lustration that truth in the abstract is powerless, but incarnated in human lives it becomes a vital force, in the saving of the world. And yet in the reading of this book, there are certain things that one needs to bear in mind. I mention them not by way of unfavorable criticitsai, .Jam by way of suggestion. ' First The real question is not that Christ do, but What would he have which the book 'asks. What would me do. There is a most true seiue in which Christ's life was unique, and cannot be imitated. It was meant to be our inspiration. Another implica- i tiou of the bock Ls that it is the duty of the Christian to respond to the knock of every beggar at his door. On this point I have had some experience. The result of my experience has been that the great majority of such cases are impostons, and if financial aid is given it will be spent at the nearest saloon. Our duty is to investigate the causes of physical evil and to deal with them rather than the effects. Another important implication of this otherwise stimulating and helpful book is to minister to the degraded classes. These form a comparatively small part of the community they are the ".submerged tenth." The other nine-tenths representing the non-submerged, thoughtful and self-respecting people, need the help of the Gospel just as much. Continued on Sixth Page.) 33 Queen Stieet, E AS YMUM 5Q' 1 SO SO SO T '' 1 19. 10!) H01V1E BAKERY and CAFE. 7 ho Only First Class American Restaurant In the City. O-t -t-O I CAFE open from 6 A. M. TILL MIDNIGHT. BUSINESS LUNCH, from 11 a. m till '2 p. in -5 Ckni?. DINNER, from. 5 to 7 p. m. 50 Cents. lea Cream Parlors IN C ONN Ken ION Bread, Cake, Etc., delivered to any part of the cit' frt-e. OtK 527-529 Fort Street, HOXOLUM", H. I. CAST LB & COOKE, lie HONOLULU. COMMISSION MERCHANTS. SUGAR FACTORS. ACS EN'l'o Foll- The Ewa Plantation Co. The Waialua Agricultural C, t.t The Kohala Suar Co. Tno Waimea Sugar Mill Co. The Koloa Agricultural Co. The Onomea Sugar Co. The Fulton Iron Work, St. ?-f:; The Standard Oil Co. The Geo. F. Blake Steam Pub.. Weston's Centrifugals. The New England Mutual Lit Ivkj, vce. Co., of Boston. The Aetna Fire Insurance C;.. nford. Conn. The Alliance Assurance Oo., o V-; CENTENNIAL BEST -ANT- terling Flour. - WASHINGTON FEED CO. SOLE AGENTS CORNER FORT ,.ND QUEEN STS. Telephone 421. MAPS, MAPS, MAPS, of Honolulu, just issued by the Hawaiian Gazette Co., von Holt Block, King street. Se cure one before they are all gone. 50 cents each. JAS. F. MORGAN, Auctioneer 1 2 :3S GO LPCK Al 5 So L;c;A. 4856 PLAN OF LOTS OF J. Emmeluth Estate (L. C. A. 4034 to R. G. Davis.) Situate at Kapalama, Honolulu, Scale, 40 ft. to 1 inch. OUR Iflnnrimpn Ju Jul u r7 fViin t)tt 7... under the direel charge of JA ARTHUR X. SAXFORD 5 a graduate of the Phila delphia Optical College, and all tcork tcill receive his , closest attention. The accurate Jitting of Glasses to correct all errors of 5a refraction will continue to be 5 our sjiecial aim, though no part of this most necessary tcork will b suffer from the slightest negleet. As tee grind, all manner of comj)licated lenses in our oicn b workshop, the advantage to you of receiving your glasses within twenty-four hours after reeeipt n n s s n of the prescription cannot he over estimated. . Recent imports of Lema' re, Bardou and the wonderful TR1EDER BINOCULARS Iaccs our stock of Optical Goods at the very top. The Trieder Binocular, having many times the magnifying poiicr of the ordinary Marine fc Glass, together xcith compact- J " ness, recommends it as the finest glass for every use, tchere the magnification of objects is de- b- sired. We will be glad to show the difference, and convince you of the above fact. 4- 4 4- ill.