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tDlctrfrf n June II, 1S3T.1 , '
Tlio connection between the aurora,
On tho cdse of th wotlJ,l lie. I He. 2 tun snots anil magnetic utsturminces
nappy mid dying Dd.dw'cO imi poor, ui$sg has never bwn explained, but many
I-ooklng upfcom th vrt peat Oocr ' 0l,S(.rVHtlons llllVO shown that It def
initely exists. The outbrenk of a cy
clonic storm on tho mm with the. for
mation of snots Is Immediately reis
lcv?l In every mnsnetle observatory
:m tho earth. S'-onietlmea the dl.tturb
mice of terrestrial conditions Is very
For example, on l-'rb. Ill, ISM, a
(rent sunt, nccompatiled by enormous
i.vclontc disturbances, burst forth on
Ihe suu's mirfnee. That nla-lit n mr,
t.iilcotit aurora win visible nil over the
northern halt of the fulled Ft 11 ten and
'a ninny parts of Kurope. Telegraph
Inj; wart wirrled on between New York
end Albnny without Imtterles.sntstronK
were the earth currents. The tele
iraph system of Sweden was com
pletely paralyzed, and In Russia mueh
111 lli Inflnlt UTirl.l Ihlt-rfaU boT9
To Oei and to ftttli nd to low, Ion;, IotoI
Whit words have 1 to that world to tpiib.
Old and weary nd timed and wt.ik,
From tho rety low to the very hlght ,
Only this, and this la all: I
Krom th trueli Ktn soil to U10 Moo oUy.1
From ertatntis to wrirlnefa, life to Jtath, t
One God have wo on whom to call, j
One great bond from which ncn cia falll
Lore below, which la life and Lrcst-'i,
And Ioto above, wlrtch sustolneth all.
DUEER WEDDING PRESENTS.
VsltlM That Were Not Appreciated by
Tliouc Wild ltccclveil Tlieiu.
Kven nt a marriage, feast, as It
teems, there will sometimes be tho en
lions or the Jealous or the malicious.
A well known author received from
X. rival man of letters n scrnpbook con
taining 11 collection of all the adverse
, dltllculty was experienced with the tvl-
criticisms his works had ever received. ; t-maph lines. At the Kew observatory
vliilc a popular nrtist was presented
Villi a set of elementary works upon
self Instruction In drawing and paint
ing Not Ion RltWe n Rcutleman who Is a
ciasstolialu devotee of hunting received
ns it bridal gift from an auonymntis
Honor a complete sr-t of false limbs, a
Bet of nrtlllclal teeth and a couple cr
rlas.i eyes-the whole of which must
have cost a considerable sum nccont
tiiiWcd by a note, tin- writer cf which
XniMed that, by reason or the recipi
ent's many falls while follnwln;: the
hoimilc some or nil of these substitutes
Would ultimately prove of use.
An .clih-.ly. crusty tradesman, on
espou-diif; a splnMer of matf.re a.te.
'was pre.-entcd by a I.oildtni undertaker
WPU two 'ii!!.!ns for hitn.-elf and wife.
"wiilvh, tinlike most of the other olVer
Ing.t yon will receive, are sure to be
of service.'' The bridegroom resented
lids simmhir If useful gift, and It took
nil the clfisrts of mutual friends to
trcveit !t breach of the peace.
llVjUdlly vesntlotts was the gift le
velvcd from liis neighbors by an In
(Inn octoseiiiirlsin who wedded a pleas
ure loving woman more than ."( years
Ids Junior. It. wati a large brass cage.
"Intolvled" so ran the subscribers'
note 'to restrain the wayward tllghts
of a giddy yuUB wife who has tnar
Vlcd n decrepit old fool for I1I3 money."
The husband of a lady whose great
beauty hardly atoned for her sharp
tongue found among his wedding pres
euts a scold's bridle or branks. a gift
from bis T.'lfe'a sisters, with the hope
thai, "it Kate makes your life as un
bearable us she has mndo ours, you
Will not hesitate to put the accompany
ing offering to Its original use." Lou
In lhiglatid the nuignetlc needle swung
two degrees out of Its normnl position.
All this has furnished physicists mid
astronomers a fruitful Held for study.
it ml a vast mass of observations lias
been accumulated, but so far no satis
factory explanation of the mysterious
bond of sympathy between solar and
terrestrial Influences has been forth
coming, nor does any one yet know the
true nature cf the aurora.
l-lviiitr Wlthont Xonrliihment.
Thcre seems to be no philosophical
Necessity for food. Wo can conceive ot
)rgaul:;ed beings living without nour
ishment and deriving all the energy
they need for the performance of their
life functions from the ambient 1110
Ulum. In a crystal we have the clear
WideiVceof the existence of a formative
life principle, and. though we cannot
understand tho life of a crystal. It Is
tione the less n living being. There
tnny be, besides crystals, other such lu
Ulv'idualiztfd. lutit'vVlal systems ot be
ings, ti'h'aps of gnseou3 constitution
or coMlioscd tot Substance still more
tonuotls. In VleW of this possllllllty
uay, probability ve cannot npotfelctle
tilly denjr tho vSlstenco of organized
lielngs oil n planet merely because the
Conditions on the same are unsuitable
Vor the existence of life as we con
ceive It. We 'cannot even with positive,
tissnratree assert that some of them
nilglit not be present here. In this our
vorld. In Ufo Very midst of us, for. their
Constitution and life manlfeatlon mny
t)e twh that wo arc unable to perceive
them. Nikola Tesla M Century Magazine.
O'Conncll ami tho Tlpiierury lloyn.
At Tlpperary. brave Tlpp:rary. they
wanted to lake the horses from O'C'on
nell's carriage and draw him them
selves unon his way. TIiIh will never
do." he said to lib itaughter-ln-law.
"Their Intentions are excellent, but
lliev'll net excited that we'll tlnd
ourselVVf! in the ditch presently."
Ilun.tlni: onen the carriage door. In 11
moment he was out among these gl
gantie TIp;.erary men. just as big as
liny one of them. "Now. boys, he ren
lionable." lir said. "Leave the horses
under the carriage."
"Hut. phure. we'd rather pull you
iilotiL- onrxelves. sir." wa". the reply as
tho preparations for so doing went gal
All right: on your own heads be It!'
cried O'Connell good hutnoredly. and,
throwing off his coat, he set to with
pugilistic Intent, hosing them right
and left until be got them to desist.
Their amusement and delight knew no
bounds, and when, fan regaining tlie
cairlace. he doubled up his hand nnd
shook it nt them, vlth a beaming smile
nnd a twIilUtltis eye. the nlr was rent
Willi cnthushihtle shouting, and he
drove off even a givster hero than
when ho hnd come. IJonahoe's Maga
Sbc Liked Vurlety.
She Is n very nice little girl, and ye
she has an ImaKlnatlon so vivid that
IHValn had teturned home from col
lego, whtirc ho had won high honors ns
h student of tho ancient languages, but
lie "felt down" one day when hla sister,
u demure youilg girl lil her teens, ask
ed him to translate a sign sho had sectt
In front of an tiDtleian'B bffl'co 'which
COS SuLtU SA6o bTVO tlREY ts.
illram struggled manfully vlth It foV
sevcral inluutes and gave It up.
"It Isn't good Latin," he said. "'There
tiro some wordB lil It that are Latin,
l,i.f tlin nllnn'O n 1 1 !i nV- tfl'Anr, In t ( V-
inTnhtlon oV tiro barbarisms from other
anguagcs, and, taken as a whole, It
doesn't make sense."
'Tuat Is what 1 said," rejoined blfi
Ulster, "but Keturnh, out In the kitch
Vn. translates It without arljj' 'troubl6.
tehe says It means, '"tonsult us about
your eyes.' "
Whereuiwh Illram collapsed. Youth's
SuVeil liy rrbft-riieb ot Mind.
At SWelttelU, KugMiid, rt-Cently a cu
Vlous a'cWunt oceuvred. A 'passenger
Vas ridlriS on a double deck electrical
Var, and a single d'e'ek car passed In the
'opposite direction. The rope of the
Vrolley boom of 'o latter was Hying
n tho wind, and It wound Itself around
he asseuner's heck. Fortunately he
had the presenVe of mind to seize the
Vope With both Vrtnds and release him
k'lf r he would 'pfotrtllly have tteen
fulled trotn the cit.
ticonle can't help wondering once In
Uwhlle what Is going to become of It.
The little girl can and does tell the
most marvelous tales, and when she Is
reproved she Is entirely complacent
nnd cannot see that her effective Inven
tions are anything more than Jokt's.
One of these she told to an Interested
neighbor, at whose bouse she ended
"How Is your mamma, dear?" asked
the neighbor one moVldug when the lit
tle girl made her tippenraneo.
"She Is very sick, answered the lit
tle girl earnestly. "Nelly (her sister)
nnd I were up with her nil night. We
called the doctor.' Hut when the kind
neighbor went in haste to see her sick
rrietid she found her in every respect
ns well as Over.
"Why did you tell kind Mrs. Rlnnk
such a story about nieV asked mum
ma selionsly of her little girl nt the
"Well, mamma." onld the little girl,
with a toss of her curls, "Mir. I'.kmk
asks me every single morning how you
nre. and I get tired of telling her that
you nre very wclI.--N'ow York Timer.
Wn tn tho llnalncn.
H waa on a Seventh street enr that a
well dressed mini carried hla hand to
his Ja-w now and then nnd uttered a
rttllcd groan. After a bit a fellow pas
senger had his curiosity aroused ana
"l'vo been there and know nil about
It If sba's holler nnd has tho Jumps,
l nln't no Uso fooling around. What
ymi wnnt to do Is to go to a dentist."
Urn! .Torusha, but how it acnesr
'(to right to the dentist and have It
s miked out. Man with the toothaclio
ulwuys feels n little scared nbout.hav-
rig It yanked, but that's all lmaglna-
Hon, you know."
"I'd ratlrer bo sliotl" groaned 1110 bui-
Oil, pshnwl Go to (some dentist
wlro gives laughing gas. He'll give you
... . ... A. 111. ..L
gas anu mice too 100111 out iviuwui
jmtir knowing It. I pledge you my
word that It won't hurt any more than
paring off a finger nail." . . ,
Ulii! What a llarl U'way from
"Why, man. I pledge you my woru
llmt you'll never"
"Don't talk to mo! I know all about
U! I've been 11 dentist myself for tho
last 1ft years!"
"Oh. you have!" growled the other
ns be backed away. "Well, that's dif
ferent It will not only seem to you ns
If your blamed old head wns being
pulled off your shoulders, but your Jaw
will ache two weeks after, ami 1 ra
dnrned glad of It too!" Washington
SorroTTH of Hie Mllllonnlro.
Look at the ways of the millionaire.
(liven his million, he gives up his house
and builds himself n small, lirst elrtss
hotel In some big city, which for I he
greater part of the year Is occupied by
servants. He next erects n country
nnlnec at Lenox or at Newport. This
he calls a cottage, thopgli it usually
rooks more like n public library or a
lroplhu or a clubhouse.
Then he builds himself ft camp, wltli
stained class window. Ill the Adlfoll
dncks and has to float small Vnllfond
In order to get himself nnd IiIr wife's
trunks Into camp. Shortly after these
follows a bungalow modeled after
French chateau, somewhere In the
south, nnd then a yacht warranted to
cross the ocean In ten days nnd to pro
duce senRlckness 12 hours sooner thnn
the regular ocean steamer becomes one
of the necessities of life.
Itcsult, he never lives anywhere. To
occupy nil his residences, camps nnd
bungalows he hns to keep eternnlly on
the move, unci when he thinks he needs
n trip to Kni-opc he has his yacht got
ready and sends It over, going himself
on a fast steamer. Oh. It's a terrible
thing to he a millionaire nnd have no
where to lay one's head, with every
poorer man envying him. many hating
him nnd hands raised against him ev
erywhere! Woman's Home ,Compau-Ion.
The Colombia experienced very
rotiRh woaltior on uipe rmiery.
On reaching Kahului, a heavy sen
vas found, compelling' tho ship to
inchor outMdc on Monday, where
ho lay till Wednesday morning
when sho parted her anchor nnd
ttd to put to sea. Sho was out. two
luV.tts. with ullot Eob Eiiirl's'i on
bourd, nnd. cnino into Kahului at
ti.li) a. 111. rrulny.
The departure of tho Carroll' on
.u. s been twice announced, tu.d she
wice failed to leave on scheduled
tune. On lust fant'irday, the swell
was so heavy at Kahului that the
Maul refused lo tow her out, and
ihe was compelled to wall till tho
etuin of the Maul on Thursday
Last week when tho Wainlenlo,
.villi Prlr.ee Daud on board, was
minding Kahakuloa point, the
vetilher was very rough, a.id the
Utile steamer wns delayed for- sev
nil hours. Some graceless tenmp
liirted the rumor that the Will
tletile vns wrecked, and that Trince
David had swum ashore, bringing
nothing with him except tho demo
cratie platform and a copy of the
Maui News. Prince Daid indig
nantly denied the rumor, on his ar-
ri. nl, nnd claimed that it wa nothing
but :i republican canaid.
SK.wri.K, Oct. 23. Tho sailing
schooner Alice, Capt. Walter S. Mil
nor, reached port today from Nome,
flnif-Hng a voyage replete with ex
citing incidents nii(J thrilling adven
ture. The vej-hcl was blown through
Bering strait in the. Arctic. The
enforced sail through tho narrow
treacherous channel between Alaska
and Siberia was made without dam
age to the vessel despite the fact
that a dense fog, accompanied at
times by heavy Miins. hung over the
region, making it repeatedly impos
sible to see a ship's .length.
The native of Cape Prince of
Wales told Captain Milnof that
twelve small Sailing vessels had beeli
driven through the strait during the
progress of the storm, and that to
thai, date his was tho only one seen
'Bailey s Honolulu Cy
loop C7 ainless $75.00
r"" FULU GUARNTEED
Tho Milwaukee Putont Puncture Proof Tiros
nnd only place -where the guimmtco on these tires can be tilled is ut:
ailey$ Honolulu Cyclefy9 Ltd
alley's H516 Cyclery
Forthe morgan fe lArig;ht Hack Tires.
ti . n
id . a i ,
A lawyer took In a new hoy the othei
dnv. nnd. ns he hart snt'.Vrctl tn sonic
extent ri-oi'n the denreihitlons of the
former one. he determined to try the
new hoy'b honesty at once, lie there
fore IMaeWJ A $5 note under a weight
on his desk and walked )tit wltlmnt a
word. L'lwn his tvturn. half an hour
Inter, the note wns uone. anil half a
dollar In silver lmd tnhtii Its plneo.
Iloy. when 1 went out-1 left $5'un
der this weight."
"Yc!. sir. hut you tmdn't hinni c'ti
five inluutes when a nv.iu cann In with
a hill npilnst you for ?l.!SQ. 1 suves
the CIuiiikc 1 corriHvt?"
"You tmld the bill 7'
"Vvr. blr. There It K M receipted.
he mhn said It h'nil kUpiwkI yonr mind
for the past four jvnr.i. nnil tifi"
He did not set any further before tit
made a rush for the door. That boy Is
not In the hiw binlwss uy f.VrtVo.
Fldtllrtl Into OOIcp.'
If history he true. Governor Taylor
of Tennessee Is not the only mnn who
fiddled himself Into otllce. I-.osulug re
lates that lu IS48 he mot nt Oswego.
N. Y.. Mnjor Cochran, then nearly SO
years old. n son-in-law of (Jenernl l'hll-
lp Schuyler, who told tho story of his
election to congress during the ndiuln-
Istrntlon of the elder Adntnu. A vessel
was to be launched on one of the lakes
In Interior New York, and people came
from afar to ueo It. The youuf; folks
pnthered there, determined to have a
Vlsnce at nljdit. There wns a fiddle.
tint no tiddler, ioung Cochran was
a.u amateur performer, and his service
were demanded. He gratified the Joy
ou company, and at the supper la hie
one of ihv fcoiitlemeu remarked. In
coiiimondntlun of his talents, that he
was "tit for congress." The matter
was talked hp. ami he was nominated
nud elected a representative lu con
cress for the district then comprising
the whole of New lork west of
Schenectady. He alwtiys claimed to
have "fiddled himself Into congress."
It seems that history repents Itself.
according to the proverb. Washington
rrotr'rV J lo IJnVt Her Tnllc.
They were exchanging reminiscence
of a pleasant evening.
"And wlwt did your wife say when
5ou gol liomeV" iiskeil one.
"Nothing." answered the other.
'Nothing? Well, you were lu luck."
"Oil. 1 don't know. I'd rather dodge
wnrd than some other things."--New
Yotk Mail and Express.
Vessels In Pprt--Ktihului
Am Sch Ottilic Fjord, Bosch, from
im Seh S. T. Alexander, Ipscn,
from San Francisco, gen. cargo.
Am Sch Columbia, Muttsou from
3-. Am Sch Ottilic Fjord
Pclcr Bo.vch, 22 days tMu Eureka
Nov, 4. Am Sch S. T. Alexander
Ipscn, HI days from S. F. gen. cargo
Nov. 5. Am Sch Colombia, Mat
tson2") days from Tucomti, coal.
Nov. 8. S S Maui, from Honolulu
Nov.. 10. S S Maul, from liana
Nov. S. Am bk Carrollton, Jones
for Tucoma-, in ballast.
Nov. 11-. SSMatii, for Honolulu
Am Sell Mary Dodge, from Ta
Am btstn l.tirlino, frcm S. F.
Am bK 'A -J Feller, from Tacoma-.
Teach'cr '(susprdpusly) W'h'd Svroto
Vour composition, .Tdhnny?
Johnny My fath6r.
'V(mt. all of It?"
"N'MSi. ti'clpcd hi'm."-Truth.
A real en'i'of troops ftVictlon hard
Vy "e.vlsts. ricturea of t'ft'c'rn "are taken
at odd spells ami out oV fl.'Agi'r-fc Vei
un's and troops lieins wst'fl icr
it:i;5o!c. ,. -
A rs linnosilbfe to he
Sntnn (lot Ilvlilnil,
Mo'tlitr So you tuive been al tin
Jain nsftVn. AdolphusV
Son 1 cupboard door came open
of Itself, mother, nnd I thought-
Mother Why dldii't you say. "Oct
thee behind me. satanV"
Ron So 1 did. mother, and he went
up nnd pushed me right lu! Hrooklyn
"ICnocood tells me you won some
tanner from him Inst night." Kald the
mini with the shrieking shirt.
"Nine." ttahl Ihe man with the whis
pering tie: " merely won n few tx'ts
rfnfllcnl A tuilleiit Inn.
A certain minister during his dls-
eourM' onV Sabbath rnornlng said. "I
each bl.idi',)'f grass tm-'re is a sermon."
The following h.v oWe tof his flock
ttlscovertM iln good man pushing a
ItiwnmoWe'r tabont his yard nnd paused
to nay. ''Well, parson. I'm glad to see
.you Wii'iigcd hi cutting your sermon
short V' Chicago News.
10 : CARLOADS.-
OF TtfE FAMOUS
owed by Mie Anheuser-Thisc.h Brewing
Association, St. Louis.
" EMILY F. WHITNEY "
"GARDINER CITY" by
Exclisive Agents for the Territory of Hawaii.
packed in handsome boxes
You9! find them
I'okMllilV lln;ilinlli) of II.
"1 womb r what's the matter with
Willie JenklnsV lie's been getting Into
nil sorts of mischief ViV late, especially
"Oh. that's enxlly esplnlned. TliM'S
the afternoon Mrs. Jenkins gov to A
taothcrs' meeting tn discuss the proper
tliethcd of child education and disci-
Honolulu t'ostoflficc Time Tii'life.
pat:: nank vikm
Nov. 1 City or Peking S. F.
:i ('iiinn Yi'knhania
" U Sierra San Francisco
" H Maripoi-a Colonies
" 10CailicSr.il Francisco
IS Doric Y'ol;ohnma
" it Australia ban r rar.ciFco
" 20 lie l gkor.ji Mtiru S.
" '20 Nippon y.v.vx'. Yolcuhama
' 121 U'uriimoo Colo; ies
-J4 Af-rai fji V'.clcrio. U. C
' 27 Chirii San Frauci.-co
' 27 Souoiim Si.u Fruneih(i
30 Rio dc Janeiro YokolrMWa
T'&e V'lVva'te secretary o'f a Impor-
-.tnnt olllclnl Is a good thing Imill he le
'gins to think he Is the ImrrorY&ut oft-
'clal.-NSAV Xlihanr; Pleftytuij
l, SVBYlim lib. rtWV. WtNW-t-.
"I lmd -a horrible 'dri'Aiu bight."
Vaid U'uilillehton whei tv V'ft'mo dowi1!
to brxfast the other morning.
"V. hat was It':" asked his wife.
'''l.drcat'r.vU that I was lu purgatoVV
nn'fl wns Mad to do nil 'Hie thlWfiJ J
hl told my rriorfds 1 would rtA If
ierc lu their HVlnces'-lVnioV'A l.ilTe.
Ktti'eJJinrs -6Vi the Ur.'iVei'lstates rolu-
rfsreTnre i-'lx nolnted. Whl" the rnltii!
Vor Monro reason the in'at Nvho hai
tio money to buy rood is 'never Vetsrf
Centre lo n emit re ffiinptiv break
ng -ik VeXwJs ik w-rAt.r-.V-rcVrt'!
Stlty of( rekiiiR Yohohaina
3 Cninn San Francisco
0 Sierra Colonivs
1) Mnriion San Frnhciswo
10 Gaelic Yobolihum
13 Doric Sai Francisco
llongkon'A Maru YokiAtMi
'b Nippon .Nlr.ru S. F.
21 Austrn'Al San Franco
21 WarrinVA) Victorl.V, ft.
24 Aotangi 'Colonies
27 ftAha Ytntohnnm
27 .Sonoma Colonies
mi, J.1 il
liiCDiiiih oi riawaii
Incorporated iMlur the Laws of
the Republic of Hawaii.
OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS:
Chns. M. Co.ike President
P. C. Jones -. Vice-President
C. H. Cooke ..-.....Cashie.
F. C. Atherton. . . . Avsistant Cushier
Directors Henrv W uterliotise,
Tom Mav, F. V. Macfarlane, F,. D.
TeWiv. J. A. McCnndless.
Solicits the Account, of Firms.Cor
porntions. Trusts. Individuals, and
will promptly and ciii'efully attend ta
ill business connected with hanking
entrusted tn it. Sell and Purchase
Foreign Exchange. 1km: 3 LAtt"rt of
Ordinary and Term Deposits re
ceived and Interest allowed in ac
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which mav bo had on appliciition.
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