INK !Vuri; .1MKK,t.L .HV KUTJiiKK: HONOLULU, NOVKMIIKU !. IfM.
. . . r a. t - & II. II I
s:.ys in tms article xaat tiu reuirt? ti;tiic ci rmoKcr
of though, nas in fart shiried from ! in tn; cod'. '.it: ii .nljcinlnc :h.- N-"
eternity to time, from the worship of ; England Ilakery. fri n!s to th n:m
God to the service of men," ho siib-;i,Pr nf s-,xv as.-f mb.-.1 :.! n.j.r
W. N. ARMSTRONG EUi 1 stantiaJly condemns me Lnun a useii. , to fn r .a : ,.!
For the Church, like other institutions. 1 PiovIU-tl bv Sv.;:ih Thl
-vrV.T FIl 1 i - i :. . , i
imusi i. iBLf-n i us Mun-.vi. ii u oi-va.-ir.a was t... ann'u
- - - - theological engines cannot pull its :
THE 10KK WaII." trains of cars, loaded with faithful ad-
herents up the rising grades of moral- I
n . i .i I ? . ,i i : : . : e ... . . .1
The latest reports from tne war ueiu uy ami reusioa, u n i.iu"i, .mu .
in South Africa indicate clearly that the passengers get under the seats J
. . I . - .(
tho IJoers intend to confine the light- wnen tne evn one. line an unscrupulous on aij s:,p.s a:i,i ,,f:, r a ,;,.
- . . rr -,.--1T--l ---- T 1 1 ni T - t r ' t . in1 .
ing to Natal, ana Keep ui'j nuusva.u nt-au -m.. iivi.i.- ..4, """'upca tne ni"r.:s i . ,i a
In reserve. Their main hope of success insists on taking off all the moral oin ! lit-jry. the social portion
is 1n occupying a strong position in they have on their persons, it is -..-ar !Kran, was commune. d. (;;
Natal, and in stopping the British from enough that somothing is the mattvr marks by chairmnn. (. . I)..:: ........
. i . ....-... rV l- I if it V t V - m - "i t f t - to?" "" li I t
advancing oeyonu tnai ten iLoiy. uu -i.-n. j. w ii.un. ioiiowmi oy vocii a:ii m .ni.i.::a
would naturally hasten to make this track is mislaid, or the engine .Vs. an- ; contributions from which inav be ,
to io run justice r ..p : .i :n::i'.- Till
provided by S.;:ih Thi:'.. .lab. Favorite O
The ccvasir.a a.is the annul Hal-, Cathartic J. JLJLJL3
the internal org wv.z ati .n or ::u;i w. .,. the liver ond all th? tran of the Uxl
4. .. ;;.a.
move "before the large reinforcements
of troops arrive.
The news regarding the interference
of tho European Powers with the Brit
ish possessions in the Orient are of
the kind that have appeared in the
newspapers for the last twenty years.
It is now generally conceded that the
lected as worthy of special :
U. Brown's scng "Scotland Y-t
; respoasv to an 'ncore. "The
It takes into account the variety j i,njKran;s r.t,,. A,:;- .44..;
'.'..x. (Iars .'..a-. "K..h.-a
out of late men, who should to back
to huckleberry trains.
The V. M. C. A. treats men
of temperaments, weakness?, vacilla
tions, hopes and fears, and deals with
man as a composite nature, and not as
an abstraction. The Church has re
garded men as "totally depraved." and
the instinct to engage in a candy-pull.
fun onilrim ' tl
British navy is able to take care of
th combined navies of at least three or hunger after a chicken-pie dinner, j ja(l
of tho European. Powers. Besides no as the clearest evidences of : hopeless j (,f 1
European nation has any desire to woriuiiness. me . n. . a. sees m "igi
man a wonueriul living temple, tml oi ;
marvellous machinery, and that m or
der to make it run
ISorrowctl at hb.
police conjecture that sol li rs i
from the Rianvnnd dnstnu rf
clo:i;td corjurr4l lriltia,rr.
IIcHHi lillcrKi: IJvrr IlN.Uk head
ache, blliounof cntiitbn, uitheu!
Iuri titj, without in, without vhdrr.o
Hood VilU nr tt.c cnty pUU to tVr
v. lth Ifood'-i Sarapirl!'. SoM V? nV.
dru?ci!. 'rr. S nt by matt or. rtrr!;
of price, by C .-uokI Co., Lowe If, Mai
Jreak up her commerce with the world
by war with Great Britain, if it did,
it -would simply play into the hands of
the neutral powers who would cor--dfcilly
thank her for the trade shethrew
away. In the meantime, the journals
will indulge in excited and belligerent
ir.g. while rl
road near th
without friction, ant Bollman
candv-pulls serve as along at a very
The contagious disease known as the boldly manifest in public
"'Moving Spirit of the Age" has at last j in the sensual enjoyment of
attacked the houses an Honolulu. For chicken-pie
fast gait and nalural-
J,.1.,;tinrr or,.. ,-.,. cr,,o ..-,. ll.V SUpPOSlIlg th?rP WAS tm
, t. . . i charge he called out a wnrnin
"- v.. ..j,... ....... . . - , ... . w.w.nc,, flllll !U til.. V...
The Church has for so many centuries j hide Hashed past, narrowly missing a j
taken such a lurid view of man's en- ! collision with him. lie saw it was unoc- .
vironment beyond the grave, tiiat it ( "Pil. so giving chase ho rapidly over-j
. . hauled and brought it to a halt. Not !
v. as shocking beyond endurance to mar , ,...., fsll.. :itlli KlllltMii..
one who might not be among the elect, horse had broken away from someone!
, . I . . Tt. 1 1 : 1. 1 l .i i At... 1 1 ..x.. f
several weeks past, a number of them The i. M- C. A. is cautiously bum
have exhibited feverish symptoms of ing its bridges as it moves out into
the disease, and have moved off from, the unexplored wilderness of human
their foundations, and accented new nature. Gen. Washington was bled to
m iniprnsr 1 at Waikikb lie drove in that tllrit-tion.
a j but finding no owner, drove towards
I town, being met upon the road by Jtoa J
! himself in another hack. The lines
SSiils the Name
Of our nt-w Mm-lc of Hot
Water ltottliF, Hull an.J
situations. A few days ago a smali
.house took a moonlight walk through
a part of Iiliha street. Several weeks
ago another respectable house got
astray and moved up Juud hill on
Nuuanu street and several persons
passing tip the road late in the even
ing found this architectural tramp
.peacefully slumbering in the middle or'
the road, while, so far as appearances
went, the policeman was also peace
fully slumbering inside of it.
In one of the old colonial songs the
skipper of a New England coaster re
lates his singular experience in run
ning into a Methodist meeting house
in the open sea. A freshet in the Con
necticut river rose to unusual heights,
nand had lifted a Methodist meeting
Jionse from its foundations and carried
it down to Long Island sound, while the
tides were sweeping it out into the
.Atlantic beyond Montauk point. It was
Itis sacred edifice, sea-sick and desert
ed, with its steeple "dowsed" every few
minutes in the waves, that struck ter
ror during the night into the soul of
this demoralized skipper. For, in the
song, he describes all of the terrible
eights of his many voyages, but the
.running into a Methodist meeting
house upon the ocean, while he was
running with a free sheet, was the
onoet thrilling" of all.
death, it was said by one of his at
tendants, when the old fashioned doc
tor took a quart of blood out of him,
when he had a cold, i he Y. M. C. A.
finding that the old fashioned doctors
(of Divinity) have drawn off the vital
ity of man's best nature by spiritual
bleedings, are now ma king same ser
ious and successful efforts to get that
good spiritual blood back into his sys- !
tem. And in doing so they have the
warmest sympathy, even if i is sup
pi essed, of the thinking spiritual lead
ers ot the churches.
had been fastened to" the dashboard
but. nllnwed thn hnrsn n fro lnvid :md
it is supposed that, having no further
use for the rig. the soldiers set the
horse's head toward town and set him
Stocks at Sati Francisco.
San Francisco. Oct. 24, 10 a. m.
Kana ?12.23 $12.75
Honokaa , 34.87 ::r,.00
Makaweli 40.00 U.50
Onomea OS.OO :i9.00
Faauhau . : 35.25 35.75
Sales Hana at and $13, Hono
kaa at $34.75, Paauhau at $35.25. Ma
kaweli at $49.12H'.
II II II II II
! ' '
Tho Only High C ratio Baking ;
Powdor Offered at a Mod-
erato Prlco. ,
f NOT v
j ( MATHEEBY ) NONE SO GOOD.
I Residence Lots on Pacific Heights.
Are Now Offered For Sale.
ran u nr
4mj 11 It V ; ....... .. . 10 .i,,o,,,,T i."!'r;r'..,,avin.-;
:In;ition. li;tin an elevation if fnm 17n to Ni twU ami
;if fouling the ramlet inarino ami mtiiii: vi;v: as alo itV
Hspecially manuf irturtd for us and . pioximit- to tin? li!!Mlir Klt of till rit licill lis thai! Ii
guaranteed to la.t longer than other j flnm tlio Pioiv lUork. rW before Ineil Jnexitetl
Ono of the main feature of tlii pnipcrtj. ami jrorurc4l at
j irat. expense, is the ahtimlaut Mipply of iinn piin iatcrt
prouotnu'el by Dr. I. II. Wooil hein the piint ami Insst
thinking water ohtaiuahle in the ilami. which i now hemjr
jromltictetl into tonij;e reservoirs nion the projHTty hyatiinde
i pendent pipe line, ami will he pppliel to reii1rnts at
Huhhcr Coods in this Clltnnu-.
OTIS REFUSED TO PAULEY.
WASHINGTON, Oct. 2o. The fol
lowing 'dispatch from General Otis was
'MANILA, Oct. 22. Octoher 20th a
- ttt nr. Art! t.l nf nrrk i t rl 111 tr
la the Waikiki district the moving " "l .so v
I 4- m -v y-v r.nvl .I rr t rv r 1. f rv 1 1 t. r
AND ICE CHESTS
'Have You Seen Our
disease has been virulent.
largest of the residences, near Kapio
Jaal park, during the absence of the
-owner, moved away seme distance and
took up a'evv position on the beach.
Tho distracted owner only found it,
through an advertisement in the "Lost"
-column of the Advertiser. This inci
pient., it may be parenthetically stated,
-shows the value of advertising in this
jourrfal. Several other houses, in this
district. -have also walked off, and the
occupants of-the quietest and most
tranquil manfiions retire at night in
lear lest they wake up elsewhere. The
recent erection of several large houses
in the district tends to create social
discord, , and annexation, besides, has
.fed tJhe microbes of this disease of the
moving spirit. The Board of Health
and tho police, will do their duty.
Aguinaldo to send commission to Ma- ,
nila to arrange difficulties connected I
with delivery of Spanish prisoners and I Rubber Hose
PANSY STOVES, ll. 7 and S.
BUCK STOVES. 0 and 10.
BLUE FLAME OIL STOVES. 2. I and
Aermortor Wind Mills
S, 10, 12 and 1 feet. Piping 12
and H feet. Geared with
pumps to fit.
.r,00 to 10.000 Gallons.
; V (UrAKANTEi: to all imrrhaHrn-
;of Lots on PACIFIC HKIiMITS that wc will, within i;
month-, provHe r.ipil tntni)rtatioit to the hihiM lots on the
i property, connect in;; the ame with the Honolulu K;ipil Trpn
i it Co.Vlincon Panoa RoaI at the hcinmiigoT Kaiuhtnt Drive.
to discuss matter of particular charac
ter. Reply returned that commission .
accredited by any one other than Gen-,
eral Aguinaldo, General-in-Chief of in-'
surgents, could not be recognized or
received. No, later correspondence.
For Garden. Assorted Sizes.
STEAM HOSE. Assorted Sizes.
SUCTION HOSE. Assorted.
Assorted Sizes, both Single and
New Bill at Oipheum .Tonight.
Honolulu Messenger Service deliver
messages and packages.' Tel. 378.
Il'i; iiii illlie Co
307 FORT STREET.
Now Is the time to rDlic your leak
ing Hot Water Hcttlc with a real
TKKMS: I-:; Ca-li. in one year, Ml in two
interest, ix per rent, per annum on ieferrrl p;iytnrnt
Otir rarrie will convey paitie liriii to iipecl the
j Property to and from the ame.
For sale only by
Only tho highest Era le of RED
BER la used In the Stamps made b?
: tho HAWAIIAN GAZETTE CO.
milainl full part trtilar rail at nurOlhVe, Hooni
7 and s. lron Itlnrk.
Bruce" Waring & Co,
THE C1LUKCU V.-. THE V. M. V A.
Ian Maclar?-n. in the Ladies Flomt
Journal, opens an article in these
"As I write, the appeal of a Younj.
Men's Christian Association to its
memhers lies on the table before me,
and I copy it verbatim:
' 'Do Not Forget
" 'The next Social
4The next Candy-pull
" 4The next Entertainment
'The next Song Service
" 'The next Gospel Meeting
' 'The next Meeting or the Debating
" 'The next Chicken-pie Dinner s,
" The next date when you ought to
make the secretary happy with your
"This remarkable lis: ... pt?iuions.
combining evangelistic zeal, creature
comforts and business shrewdness, re
quires no commentary: the items give
-us a convincing illustration of an up-
Ho-tlate religious institution a verita-
hie hustler of a Y. M. C. A.
It is within the church itself that
arise the most depressing and pessi
mistic commentaries on its present and
future condition. When Ian Maclaren
ad qi carter
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STANDARD TAILORING MACHINE NO. 10,
with button hole attachment. i
ooo$tcoriCi Hand Machines for sale cheap.
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