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REV MACKINTOSH A VICTIM
VVIIHtW !' LVKi: nicSIIA.M
A MircwU Native AVoiiihii In tlin Rote
uT u Omflilciico Sn littllcr -
lut Vn SlicT
Yesterday's Buu.irn.v contain
ed nn item to tlio t'fluct that the
widow ot tlio Into Luko McSliune
had diod ut Ewii on Satuiday uud
had bct-ii buried on Sunday. It
has siucu boon ascortainod that
thu-fitory is not truo and that the
lady is alno and well. Thoro is
u story bohind tliu report which
might neod iuvostigution by tlio
Un Saturday oveuiug a nativo
woman called at tho residence of
tlio lluv. Alox. M.ickmtuuh and
uUm d to sou that gentloinuu. Shu
told luui taut lmr muno was Eli
zabeth and that she was u sister
of Liliu, the widow of Louis Alc
Sliuuo and had come direct from
bt. Andiow's 1'iimy to boo him.
ilrs. AlcShuiio was dead and she
hud como up to JIouolulu to pro
cure a coilin for her. Tho cof
fin cost $14, but she could
ruiso only $10 of tho amount.
Would Mr Mackintosh let her
have tho other $1. Mr. Mackintosh
asked hor how she wus going to
gut tho coilin to Ewa and she ro
ilied that u number of natives
woro in leudiiiess to tuko it down.
The clergyman put his h.iud in
his pockut and gave the woman
to without auothoi word. When
Luke MeShano died ho luft uu
insurance of ifoOOO, which estato
has boeu carod for by Mr. M c
kintodh for the widow uud six
childien. On lo.iving, tho nomuu
asked if she sliouid send tho six
childrou to Mr. Mackintosh's
residence. He said no, but that
ho would go down to Ewa on
Monday and soo ubout them. Tho
woman thou left.
On buuday afternoon tlio tele
phone rang at Mr. Mackintosh's
losidonce and upon being aiibwei
ed a voicotmul "This lsCharlo'
Mcbiiauo at Euu. "Ho linejust
buried molhor." AVhuteor mis
givings Mr. Mackintosh might
huvo had weio quieted by tho telo
phono niotssago, and ho told the
boy ho would loavo for Ewi on the
11 o'clock tiaiu and asked tho
boy to meet him ut the dopot. It
so happened that Iheio was no 11
o'clock train, and Mr. Mackintosh
did not go. Instead he telephoned
to the doputy-shenil'. That oJlicor
was not there but his wife answer
ed tho tolephono. Mr. Mackin
tosh told her ho had mis
taken the limo of tho de
parture of tho train and would
she bo kind enough to toll him
about Liliu's clnldi en and the
death of thoir mother. Tho an
swer came that she wus not doad.
To make sure the woman wout to
the Iioujo and ascertained the
fact for heisolf and ug.un tele
phoned to Mr. Mackintosh who
then lealucd that he hud beuu
Thoioil Charley McHhano up
on being queitiond domed send
ing any inessago whatever thiough
The whole affair is somewhat
mysteiious, as tho woman who
callxl on Mr. Mackintosh oi
dttiilly had ono m- moie oonfedoi
utos. What thoir ultimate objtU
was, unless thoy had noino ha3'
idea of getting hold of tho insur
ance money, can only bo conjec
tured. It is doubtfulif thoswindlor
will ho captuied, as Mr. Mackin
tosh did not piy much attention
to her porsonal appo.iranco.
Villi I'lu) I'ootlmll uu TliHiiktiul.lii;:
The Ilonolulu Atlilotic Assnci
ution met last night and oloctod
ollicors for tho not six months,
viz: Clius. Cruu', prcsidont; Davo
Groziur, vicopiosulont; H. Hapai,
secretary; Vidu Thrum, treasurer;
rantinging ooinmittoo, Ciqiid Ko
lunianaole, George Angus and
George Olfttko, lsaic Oookett,
It. Say and T Cummius wore
elected to ineiubership.
The trcasuicr repotted that lift
wus'fllO ahoud, with no ousstaud
It ws docided to orguiizotwo
foothill te.'iuifl from tho club
mombors, under the ciptaincy of
Cmlos Loug and Louis Singer, to
jiluy on Thiiuksgiviug day.
Messrs Crozier. Ohas Crane and
Gonigt Angus were appointed n
eomuiittee of three to icviso tlie
constitution of the club, rendered
necessary by tho introduction of
bicycle racing in the athletic con
tests of the club.
'Hiii.vr know ir was i,oaii:ov
A Sluirl Cliitr 011 1'im.In.
(Ily "Tub Owl")
"A gun is always loaded." This
is an American expression. Tho
111 m who oiigmated it piobably
knew what ho was talking about.
Now South WulfH produces os
many fools to tho acre us any
country in tho world. Perhaps
the biggest fool in tho cattgoiy is
the 0110 who looks down tho muz
zlo of a loaded gun. Why people
do this sort of thing must remain
in a mystery until tho cud of
time. Judging by nowspupor 10-
ports, the most fushionublo way
of "testing tho range and pene
trative powors" ot your gun is to
put tho muzzlo against a friend's
ear, or apply it to the pit of his
stomach, and tlton start monkey
ing about with tho tiigger. When
you are summond to the inquest,
you simply nliad "didn't know it
was loaded," and get acquitted
without a stain 011 your character.
It is a light and propel thing to
send a message of condolence uud
a wieuth to tho widow. In fact,
it rijight bo considered a breach
of itiqui'tte not to do so. Never
theless it would ho like a ceituu
bianch of cocoa gratoful and
eoinfoiting if evory fool who
plays with loaded iiie.ums spru id
his own brain in goigeom piofu
sion about the ceiling oroertho
back yard, but as a uilo the fool
manages to kill and wound tho
lunfl'onsivo public instead of him
self. If over a man points a load
ed gun at you and you should
give him in charge for being ille
gally at lurgo, btuu him with a
brick, and jump 011 him two or
three timos hofoie going for a con
stub'o. It will do linn good.
Nover keep loaded fironims on
tho pic.iiiscs. The lnspued idiots
of our community do not bcom to
bo pioof against that teinptitioii.
If you huppou to havo only gun
powder or caitridges in youi pos
bcssiuii, the sifost plan is to diop
tho ni down a well. Othorwiho,
tho bnrvant girl will ho cortiin t
uso ttiuin foi lighting the firo
borne damp morning. Nour givu
caitridges to any of your fool
fnends, nover let any profusion tl
imbeciles stu or handle hem. If
you do, bomoono will spoodily bo
in the hospital getting shot or
bullets giubbed out of their ana
tomy. If not. 111 tho hospital,
they will bo found in caio of tho
uouicbt and cheapest unduitiikei.
It is romurkablo what attrac
tions loaded cartridges havo for
growing children. In uino cases
out of ton if a yonngstor discovers
one its litst desire is to find a file
or a hammer or a sharp-pointed
stone to let tho inside of that
cartiidyo out with. Numhois of
young mon all over this intolli
gout continent havo boeu unable
to comploto Jhoir oducution
through a uhanco intorviow with
a cjitudge. This is a good thing
for the munufacturors of explo
sives, but puis out badly for
those who aio called upon to sup
poit tlio muimed and w muded.
Tho sporting youth of this
country have 11 frisky liltlo habit
of trailing cocked nnd loaded guns
after thriu wlitu Rotting through
wire fences. After tho inquest
tlwirs'Uiowing frionds can gen
erally toll you all about "how it
llnro drivos aro productive of
fiiout mortality amongst thoso
who take part in them.
Eestivo patties who go nut in
tho balmy morn should always he
piovided with shutters for the
eisior removal of the killed and
injured. I never know how nico
and comfort iblo the Anciout
Cmsadeis must have felt in their
winter suits of chilled steel until
I attended an up-country hare
drive. It was a highly successful
and unj yah!o hunt, but I spoilt
the bot part of tho iitleinoou
hunting for a grain of buckshot
that an enthusiastic sportsman
had fired into tho ctlfofmyleg
at short range. I think it was
the l'rosbytorinn coinotory that
wo buried the other Sydney visitor
in. Most of tho local poopio who
took part in tho drive woro in
terred 111 tho Chinch of England
1 have hntrd it said that Aus
tralian') 1110 tho best niarKsmon
in tho world. From tho way thoy
manlike to kill one another in the
open field 1 am inclined to be
lieve that thoro is a largo moasuro
of truth in tho assertion.
Thoro is ono pieco of ndvico,
however, that I would liko to givo
to thoso who are not accustomed
to tho uso of fiie.irms, who have
never been educated us to tho re
sponsibilities attached to tho
handling of such weapons. It is
this Jieforc uainy wend for the
undertaker If that bustness-hko
maxim is followed up it will save
a lot of sub-tquont iiicononionce,
and prevont probablo doluy.
Sydney lliul 0' Freedom.
Till I JkVW WOTIAN.
lluu 1 TrlclKMl Her.
slur) il' Illmipr.
I didn't quite catch her uumo
when old Shaw piuseuted mo to
hor, and I must have miowii it by
staling rather blankly, for us wo
passed into the diiiiug-rooin he
leaned bick and whispeiod some
thing, but it was lost 111 the bu.z
of hungiy convolution, and I bat
down to dinner without th f iiu
test idoa us to who she was, and I
doubted if sho knew me. Hut not
for long. Sho begin :
"IIow dul you like tiio Ibson
With that my ho 11 1 foil. Sho
didn't know me, and 1 wus in for
"Oh'" slid I, rather noncha
lantly, but full of tiepidutiun, for
1 wasn't suio whether Ibjon was a
now aciobut, or a painist, or
what. You can never toll whole
thoso London women are going to
bleak out next, anyhow. "O I 1
didn't cure for him. A littlo too
much, don't you think ?"
"Ys," sho ucquiosoed, "hois
1 thought it was an aniobat.
Ever since Sandow was in London
thcy'vo been ciazy over 'em.
"Too much iniibclo on bis nock,"
ban! I, ut a vuutuio.
"What a queer way to put it.
Toll ine.is that a now opiossionf''
Sho took a little tablet with a gold
pencil attached fioin somewhoio
and piopued to wnto. "You
boo," slio said, "Iain making a
list of uiiusuil idioms, colloquial
isms, and bits of slang. I intend,
some day, to tiaco their growth,
doolopment, and passage into
geiioial uso. 'Too liiuoli muscle
on his neck.' 1 think that most
expiobsno aiidfullof connotation.
It might bo applied with eijual
appropriateness to paitsof Biown
iug, and 1 think it doscubos Su
donnann noit'eotlv." As sho pro
ceeded with this, I could feel my
appetite blippiug fiom mo. I
gulped ut a glubsof wino, and was
dimly conscious that thoio was no
tboiipe. Slio went on: "It hai
just ilahed on my mind I thins
l'o tr.aed the origin of it alio id).
"Tlior.rigin of what?'' said 1. a
'The expression 'Too much
muscle on his neck.' It must lie
derived from a conjunction of the
two vory common plnuses, "In I
huvo a thing on the brain, uud
I was gottiug it in U10 nick.
When 1 eineigHd from the ma'.i
uess of this thought sho wus hold
itig an animated conversation, as
sho thought, with me, but reality
with horsolf. "Do you know,"
she was saying, "this is quite the
most interesting expression I've
run across in somo times; its per
fectly evident connection with
tho two I'vo mentioned, added to
tlie elusiveuess of that connection,
makes it in many respocts the
most important uud interesting
on my list."
"J nm very glad to hnvo boen
able to givo it to you," said I,
with a ghastly attempt ut looking
"Hut toll me," she wont on,
having put away her tablet,
"which do you really think ho is
best in, 'The Pillars of Society' or
Tho Master Uuildor r
"Who?" Baid I absently, I had
forgotten all about tho aorobtt.
"Oh, yes; Ibsen." I laughed
norvously. "Why, I think ho
was better in 'The Muster Build
er.' That is a much butter tost
of pure stiength. Tho 'Pillars of
Society' is a mere trick. Sulvini
did tho same thing in 'Samson, '
and ho was nothing but a big,
"I quito agree with you legnrd
inc tho stienuth in The Master
Jiuildor,' but 1 don't quito under
stind your other compurisin,'' she
1 didn't uudorstund it mysolf.
and I didn't sou how sho oxpect
ed to. I stippogo, of course, tho
"1'illais of Society" and "The
Muster Builder" wero tiie names
of acrobat'C acts, and I simply
blutled about Sulvini in "Sam
son'as "The Pillars of Sooioty"
sounded ubout like the scono
where ho pulled tho templed down
about him. It was to change tho
subjtct. That was plain. So
with cool irrelevance I askod.
"Have you loud Chimmio Eud
deu ?' It was an immense rolief to
find that sho followed the diver
sion. "No," sho loplicd; "I havo lit
tlo or no chuiico to loud ordinary
biography. 1 am engaged this
winter almost ontuely on tho his
toiy of slang, and what time I
have usulo fioin that is devoted to
tho Browning and Walt Whitman
Clubs and the Christian Science
Circlo; besides, I take twocoiuses
at the W men's Collogo 0110 on
Dante, tho other on tho low 11
Tax during the Middle Ago-, so
you seo I have littlo tinio for out
"Yeb." gasped I, "I soo."
An hour lator 1 was loviving,
with the aid of ono of old Shaw's
cigirs and a glass of cognac.
"Tell mo." said I, "that Mies a
what's hor-naniu Slio's eomo
eoitofanow woman, isn't she'"
"I guess not," said old Shaw.
"Wo'vo hid that kind m Aus
tialm over sinoo I cui lomoinbor."
"lndi-ul ?'T roinaikod.vaguoly.
llh'd v Fieadom.
In order to impriss upon your
mind tho fact tint the Sen tilt
llrewini and Maltiwj ('' beois
aio Mild. Light and Lively, we
below givo tho a.orugo per cont of
alcohol in vaiious liquors in com
" liuinier" Jlecr. . 3.1 por cent
' 'Olympic'' Jker '. . 3.-1
On draught ut tho Cntorion.
Mei'h inics' Homo, corner Until
ami Ntiuuiiu streets, lodging by
day, week or month. Tonus: 25
and 50 cents por night- $1, and
1 25 por week.
IN THE POLICE COURT.
Ol' THO II MS l'l'.O-
An lliuiKtinl Number nf Olletulci
l'rc.f-nt 'llu Ioriilti; Varlou
III Judgo Terry'- couit yester
day afternoon loom Kmkulii and'
J. P. Sponcer, niro-.lt d for an
iiflray, forfeited their bail rather
than stand ttial
Halenkalu, for trespassing on
C A. Hrown's premises, g t GO
days on tho reef and had to pay
tho costs of Ins unrest.
Wnlly Davis aud tho boat boys
ariostod with him whin a lot oC
opium was found in his possession,
wtro put 011 trial. Davis was con
victed uud tho ch.uga agrinst thf
otheis was dismissed. In hit
own defoubo Davis testified that
he hud no knowledge of the
opium whutovor. and that he
hud hud no dealings with any
of tho poopio on tho Olympin.
with tho drug. Ho wus soutencol
to pay a fine of -VioO uud has ap
pealed his case to the higher
At this morning's sossion u t
array of fourtoon Japanese were
present to answer for creating a
aftiuikf . fffii r 1 nut i.litlil lint tlw.Sr
oi.uv ti Jiiij ii- 11 i wviv i.uv --.
cases wero put ovor to tho 7th.
Ah Tarn ploadod guilty of hav
ing opium in possession and was
given tho usual fine of $00 and
costs. Sit Net. and Leo Chong.
nrrostod at tho same time, were)
0. li. Whito, arrestod for as
saulting oflicor Ncedham during
tho Japanese street riot lust night,
pleaded not guilty and his trial
was sot for the 7th.
Chock Kim, who is uudoi arrest
for nppropiiating a silver watch
and chain valuod ut $25, pleaded
not guilty and will bo tried to
morrow. Pohuno is on trial this nflornoou
for fraudulently converting to his
own uso the sum of 510, which
was in ti ustod to him to pay oor
to anothor party.
Tho tiial of J. Ewing and Wil
liam 1'eiry for an ulhay was also
to come oil' this afternoon.
rroul) CdiicIiiiIi il lor an l.(lnn4.
t Itli Now -S.i-uluml.
15y tho S. S. Wuiiinioo Post
master Genoral J. MoitOit ro
coived back, higned, tho l'uicolb
Post convention which ho sent to
tho New Zealand Government lust
July. It contains a condition that
piruels to or fiom other Colonies
with which Now Zealand bus pai
cols post exchanges will be pus
sable. sin. Jw u .Miiin.lt r.
Saliniw ludi-x. William Bruce
of Tulare county has a o-yoar-old
Dm ham cow weighing 2012
pound-'. As Durham cattle giow
until 8 or 9 years old, it is u
mattor of guess how much that
cow will weigh when she gets hei
lu Itltnrtc (imnliil.
The constitutional convention
has decided that tin 10 shall neter
ho a divorce granted in South
Carolina for any cause Ser.ntoi
Tillman did his host to have the
divorces of other States locognied
in this Statu, but his appeals woie
hcaid with a doaf oar and he was
Ill the Ciiouit Couit joterdny
tho jury in tho case of tlio Itepub
lie of Hawaii vs. Cioorge llought
tuiling, for belling liquor withou
a license, roturned a vordict of
not guilty at a quarter to sevon.
o'clociw. Auolhor ease in which; -
the iiuonnois got loft.