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DID YOU HEAR THE NEWS ABOUT ROONEY?
Sergt. Dillon was on duty behind the i here whom 1 know," replied the ser
disk In the Tenderloin police station gennt.
when a little thin man with a bunch I As Dig Rellly passed out thfee men
of whiskers on his thin walked In and wearing oveiatls and blue Jumpers on
removing his hat said In a squeaky ' tcred They lined up before the ser
geants desk and, standing In a row,
ivmoved thclrhnts and said In chorus:
"Is Mr. Hooney herej '
"He Is," replied Dillon.
"And what wns he tuk up for?" ask.
"flood night to jei. sir. It's a llttlo
bit av Information that I'm wanting.
Have jez a friend av mine here?"
"I don't know," said the Sergeant. "Is
It a man or a woman jou're looking ed one.
tor?" "Drunk," answered tho sergeant.
"A eintleman. sir." replied the lslt-! "John Hooney drunk'" exclaimed tho
or. "Mr. ltooney Is his name and they 'trio In chorus. "John Hooney drunk!
tell me he's here In th' barracks." "Now, how cud that bof" asked the
Glancing over the blotter Sergt. Dll-1 middle man; "Hooney's been sober
Ion remarked that ho had a prisoner longer than nnny man on Tlnth nve
named Hoone charged with lntolen- nue, and he said he'd ote for Sunday
tell )cr, sage, dem dero gujs what bring around an Interpreter."
drink can't keep off fle stuff. Jlst'as "Mr. Mcllooney Is not Cnerman,"
soon as dey smell de old Mulligan dey ansvveied tho barber. "He can talk
must have dc nlo dat goes wld It. mlt me on English so good as I can
Good night, Barge." talk mlt jou. nut vhat did he did?"
Then In came n negro. j "He got drunk," said the sergeant.
"'Scubo me. cap'n," he said, "would' "Excuse me," continued the barber,
yuh bo bo kind as to plensc Inform me "but clot vould be Iinpossfoiones. I
has )cr got a gen'man In tills jeah shave him two, t'lee tlcms a veak und
station by th' name of "
"Hooney's here," Interrupted tho
sergeant. "You'ro the sccnty-nlnth
man who has been ashing for him. Aro
ou related to him?"
"lie's n truck driver," said the ser
geant. "Kulth and that's him," exclaimed
the lsltor. "lies as foine a man as
liitr unr.i nhnoe Kill 1 trit him out to t
Infloolnce and a Bandsman.
"Kin Infloolnce git him out?" inquir
ed a second member of the party.
"I don't know," replied Dillon.
You'd better get a bondsman now and
be paving for him?" settle for him In court. Hooney seems
"Not until tho morning." replied tnolto have many friends."
sergeant. "You'll have to wait until "Friends, Is It! ' exclaimed the mid
he goes to court, unless jou furnish die man. "John Hooney's got more
n bond for his nppearance." friends than altlier McManus or Mr.
"And jer cudn't let him go for a do!- Crlmmlns, th eonthraetor."
lar. sir?" "Well," said the sergeant, "bring
"Su." i some of them nround for ball "
"Well. eh. 1 suppose, thin. It's homo ' When the trio had gono a short,
I'd belter go. but how cud Hoonc be ' thick set joung man, wearing a
drunk whin he's n temperance, man sweater and n pair of tight trousers,
wld his pledge In his pocket?" vliteied the station.
"Don't auk me," said the sol grant, ' "Hello, saige." be said, "was Screw
I'm no oracle." ' Itooncj pinched tcr-nlgiit?"
Big Rellly Is Anxious. "We hac a man named Honngy
Iiocmoj's f i lend had Just got out or locked up for Intoxication," said the
the door when a big, broad shouldered sergeant,
fellow wnll.ed In nulfltiK at a broken , "What? Hooney hoozed? Scrovv
Hooney tanked! Say, sargo, on do! desk, said:
piece of n clnj pipe.
"Sergeant." he roaied In a basso lev' he hain't hit a high hat In fifteen'
profundi) olie, "I'm Dig Htllly from ' months. Why, he's been on do spi Ink-
'Tlnth avenue. Haw so slch a man as ling cart for more'n a year! Dat's do
"We hne." said the sergeant.
he never smcllcd his breath from
vhlskoy In a ear. He Is vliat I call
"That's the word exactly," remark
ed Sergt. Dillon. "Extemperate."
Oh, no," answered the negro; "I, "Sure," said the barber. "No mat-
Jest come 'round 'kase he's ma friend, ter vhen o lime a pint' on my shop
You sec, you' honah, Mlstah Hooney Mr. Mcllooney wuld not a drink take
don't tarn much money, but whenever for a million t'ousand dollars. Nobody
he's got a dollar ho nebber drnws do could accept him to do It."
color line on no man. He Jest gives' "All right," said the sergeant, "but
jcr Iho money. 'Deed, he does. Cap'n; !f ou want to get him out go and get
hut how did It como 'bout? Wns ho a bondsman. He's sobered up now.
drugged wlf knockln'-out drops? Hoi The Little Stout Woman,
ain't no gin chaser. 'Deed ho nln't, Ten minutes Inter a little stout
Nebber shot crap, play poke nor nuff In' woman with a green Bhawl over her
like dat. 'Deed, ho dldn t; hcjlstwent head opened the door, peeked In and
ter bed early, Bmoked his plpo an' bowed gracefully,
worked all day like a CIHzcns' Union. "(lood awnln", captain," sho said,
I know It. "Kase I work wlf him. How'd "cud ou tell mo If yo hae a dacent
'in an' temperance como ter quarrel, t man locked up hero named Mr. John
cap'n?" .Hooney? I'm his neighbor, captain."
"Olvo it up.1' replied tho sergeant. "I'm not tho captain," explained Dll
' But how did all New York heal that ' Ion, "I'm only a sergeant. Hut ws
Hocney took tho pledge?" haw such a man and you'ro the hun-
"Why, ho tol' berjbodj Dc hull of dred and tenth person who has cnlld
J'tnth nbnue heerd 'bout dat last win-, to Inqulio about him."
"Well, eh. Is th' capt'ln In?
"No. ma'nm; Is theiu nnj thing I fan
do for jou."
"Well, eh, jou are only th. ier
gcant." "That's nil, but I leprcscnt th 'r.p
taln in ills absence."
"Sure and It's n cnptaln j-ez out'it
to be, an' that's no lie."
"Well, what can I do for you
ter when he licked five men nu' svvoio,
blKselt nebber to drink unuddcr drop
of poison In his boin dajs."
After the negro had gone nwny a
(ill, thin man entered tho station, re-
lr lived his hat and, sidling up to the
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"And whnt did Hooney uo?"
"Yes: wiy drunk."
"Glory be ter the soul av Bridget!
wnrsest I ewr heard. Why. lie hasn't
been In Hatferty's nor any other pow.
er house In t'lrtcen months. Whore
did he glt It?"
"De medicine; de oil? None of dem
undei takers on Tent' nvner 'ml sell
He piomlsed her he'd nlwr touch th'ihlm nnjflng."
cra'ter as long as Im lived." Got It at a Morgue.
"Well, he has fallen, said the ser- "Well, he must haw got It owr In
I gennt smiling "He hns fallen from n Thlrtj-ftrst street morgue," Buld thn
I grace." sergeant. "That's where they found
"Well eh kin jer take me horso him."
and truck In ball for him? "8aj" said the tough joung man. "I
"Oh jiiu'iI better bring some one feel like I had been smoking hop. 1
Der Barber Excusen.
"Excuscn me. Judge; but 1 nm der
Jjarber from T'lrty-four street. I heerd
dot mebbc Mr. McHoonej. which drlWB
the moving cart wagon, got himself
arrested on der stntlon- house for
Komet'lng hlch he didn't did, hlle he
wre mlt his truck on Tlrtj-flrst streot
making a mow for a lady lint lives
in a house by der name of Dally, hen
she declsloned to removal to Cheisey
Clt because her son got n chob on
l'enusjldelphla HnllronM Company's
ferry tinner. Is dot true7
"Is what true?"
"Vhat I said."
"It may bo true." remarked the ser-
.nnnl "lit. I 1 n,', till llnln.a .til
ftV...... UMV . t...ll ,... O.l.lOn JV
year, don't yet think he s n right ter
tip his hat ter th' dlvll II he don't
mane ter stp an' talk to ould Beczlc
bub, as poor John did?"
"Ho stopped too long." replied Dil
lon, "He might haw run away after
saying 'Hello!' at any rate. It was the
devil led him there."
"'Deed and It was, for all cops aro
dlvlls!" retorted the woman as she
mnde for the door.
A man with a long beard was tho
next to Inquire for nooney.
"If you are a relative, of Hooney's
I'll talk to jou." said the sergeant, "but
If you are not I have no time to nnswer
foolish questions. Arc you related to
"Well," said the stranger, "I nm a
Bort of relationship. You see the wom
an 7 married was a widow. She had a
grownup daughter, and my father
often visited my house so ho fell In
love with my stepdaughter and that
made my ,'ather my son-in-law and my
stepdaughter my mother and they had
a child who became ray undo and my
father's .brother-in-law, for he was the
brother of my stepdaughter who was
Ills mother and of course nlso my
grandchild for lie wns tho son of my
daughter. ,nnd "
Where Rooney Comes In.
"See heie" Interrupted the ser
geant, "where does Hooney como In?"
"That's what I was going to ex
plain,' said the man with the beard
"Mr. Hunnej was the gouiother of my
At this June ture a score of men and
women appeared In single fllo nnd
each volunteered to furnish ball for
Mr. Rooney Tho sergeant selected
Roonej's emplojer. When the bond
was made out the doorman In ought
Rooney from his cell
Lines of Travel
' ... -
"If j e can let John out I'd bo Dbllg- "Oh. Mr. Hooney," exclaimed the
cd ter jer, sli." crowd as they hurried forward to
"Can't do It. unless j-ou get a bonda shake hands with him, "how did It
man," leplled tho sergeant. "Hi- call happen?'
arrested for intoxication." "Well," said Runney, 'I'm afecrd I
"For what?" .can't tell ez how It happened for It's
"Getting drunk. I know he was i j worse than asking a man why does a
pirate for a jear nnd all that, tin' h rope walk or a hoiso fly. It was Jlst
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Any man who enn be good for a :"
deserves to be locked up If h
to the bad."
Tips His Hat Ter th' DIvil
"Well, eh." sho stuttered, "win- -v
poor man has been good for a wl '-
lulke a Dootchmau, intituling to wrlto
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a shotgun wld cocaine ter kill himself
wldout suffering unny pain. I'm loo
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SQUAWS AT AUCTION
x k x kk x utftt a h K a it KW B H K rtJOtX WW s lOfJfMXIOOf&'aHRkaXKKJI SfeSX OcmXiCh xlc hjchkIX-.M'WXW kioCR"
The annual distribution of Comnn
cite Indian brides has Just occurred at
the Saddle .Mountain mission. In south
ern Oklahoma. Fifty of the prettiest
women of the tiibc wero sold at public
nation as tho wives of tribesmen who
bid them In. This liai baric custom
wns to have been discontinued by tho
Comanches Inst jcar, hut It went on
more boldly than ever this seuson, be
ing conducted under the veij ejes of
the white settlers.
The festival of the Comanche "imny
Hinnke, as this ceremony Is culled, Is
of more than passing Interest. Seldom
arc so many joung squaws auctioned
off as was done this J ear, but thu
surplus was great and needed thin
nlng nut, according to the bend men
of thu tribe. Tnelr parents, refusing
to keep them any longer, tho girls nat
tirnlly needed home somewhere, nnd it
was deemed best by the medicine men
to auction them off ns wives, tho
highest bidders to take their choice.
Dig How, a monstnms fat and ugly
ledskln, acted as the auctioneer. He
wns assisted by a number of medicine
men, who performed tho marriage
ceremonies after the snles had been
Five hundred Indians gathered nt
the Saddle Mciuntnln mission last
had been confined In n lodge for three
weeks prior to tills meeting, nnd wero
well fed and extremely well gloomed.
They weie all tUd In gay colors, and
their hair ariunged lu perlect Indian
lashlou. It was plain to see that their
parents had prepared them to bring
Inney prices. The girls were In vari
ous moods; sumo hj-sterlcnl, otheis
calm, nnd not n few delighted with tho
Among otheis was a daughter of tho
fnmiius Quahnnh I'm her, the
as the must despeinto savage o ';
reset vatlon when drunk and anger"! '
It Is said that he has killed -l"-e,
wives when drunk. Wild Horse "
evci, won tho joung squaw lor nxty-i
thiee ponies. Tho stock was turad
over to Parker, and u medicine mm
married Wild Horse and the ,j.ew '
according to the Comanche rites Tt-e j
couple then went to Kl Reno, when- .
tegular marriage license was Issued 'o
them, nnd the ceremony repeated I v ;e
Although the mar-
noted pale-face mlnUtcr.
Comanche Indian chief. This dnugli-. lingo took place only three dny,-i n
ills-In dispatch fioni Law ton sajs that ihe
LIFE, LOVE, DEATH
Three naudt-iers passed my humble
.State l ,ind fair nnd strong were they
One moved untrammelled on his way,
Ami tnc aJieavj burden bote.
Behind one, (lowers sprang from tho
And song birds elided where he
And w hen he looked at me the blood
Went blnglug through each vein.
' Who art thou. I.oid?" To fear was
For even his Iocs', with Joy him
".My name la Life, nnd I have brought
Thj heritage of bliss und palu."
Hawaiian Tramway's Time
KINO STREET LINE.
Ctrs lnvt Wlklkl for town t 5 , 6 j. 6 4 A M
ml tviry i) minutes therc-ifler till 10 4s, ti:is an!
tejrM Iron Wtiktkl situ Cm Puntnou Sublet
Cart tcavi R Pangt or Pawaa twlica for town al
M)A M anl ovary i mlnutci thrrcatter t 111 it otp.H
Cart Itavt Fort anl Klne Itrrt tt corner for Palama
it 6 10 A M anl avtry 13 nlnutca aftar till 11 i
Cart leave for Patana only at 3 anl vya M
Cart leave Palama for Walktkfs 43 A A anj every
.jmlnuuillll 5 JP , inenatie 15 anl JP.M
rbe ti if A from Palama for Punahoa only coot
0 WatUsl on Saturday!.
Cart leave Fort anl Klnc ttreett comer foi Rtfle
4ance at $ to and um,
Cart leavt Foil anl Klnr Kreeet comer tor Walklk
at 6 oi A M. anl every tjmlnutet till ioajP.M tften at
ra is anl ti it p n. The j p.m. (oei to Walklkl
M Saturlayi only.
BERET ANIA STREET AND NUUANU VAUEY.
Cart leave Punahou Steble far Town al s e anl
for Town anl Valley at 3 40 s so e 10 ). 6 40 1 anl
7 to AM.
Can leave Oahu Collate ter town anl Valley al
6 o 6 so anl t.io a.m anl ever) 10 minutes till to 14
P.M except the even bour aal bAlf, hour cart watch
run rrom mo siaoie
f-an leave rcuuanu valley at I re 6 10 30 A.M anl
very to minute! thereafter till ie so p.m.
Can leave Fori anl Oueen atreetft far Punahou
Coltere at 603 6 as 6 as A.M anl every to mlnutea
aner 1111 e 43 p n. nner mat ine care run 10 tne
Stable up to n-soP.M, which lathe laat car from Town,
reacnint the Stable at 11 jo P.M.
O. R. &L. Co.
From anil after January 1, 1891.
STATIONS. OAILY DAICY
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A.M. AM. AM. P.M. PM
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Pearl City,... Ie e
Bwa MlU 1 1 laoa
"oj 113 S
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r C. SMITH, Qen'l Pass. Ticket An.
O. P. DHNIRON. Superintendent
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AM. A.M. P-M P.M
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Light seeuSed the buidrn which I felt
Theu to my side another drew,
Croivned with fair hcurt'g-case and
And silent jt I1I9 feet I knelt.
"A heavy burden thou must bear,
For thou art woman, I am I.uve,
And I.ove und Life thy stiength shall
ter, whose mime Is Amy, had
based him by attempting to run nttempted to cummlt suicide after fell
away and marry a white man, nnd n lug In nit nttcmp.t to kill her new- U 14
cowboy at that, so I'arker decided bund.
that tho best thing would bo to sell Other joung women objected eiu'--
her nt auction. This Is the first time ns strongly as Miss I'arker did to b
Turker, who Is counted by his whlto lug auctioned off, but It Hid them ao
lulghbors a highly cultivated red man, good whatevei. Illg How went aktirt
has ever allowed any of his relatives with the sale until every ono of thf-m, tw i,I)Ve 3Uill ai thj being share.'
to be sacrifice! at the auction Ijloc k. wns sold. The lowest bid made for any
Tint tho wrath of an Indian parent one of them wns twenty ponies. This
knows no bounds. was the pi Ice paid for a half-br--t
B.td and silent. Amy I'arker was woman who had been mnrrled to a I
led to the block for sale. Thu (list bid white man, but the latter having died, j
was clc-en ponies. Jack Wild Horse, she 1 everted back to her parents
a w II known scout of thn tilbe, wns again. j
I he bidder. He vas Immediately rals-1 In nil ovei l.'.oo ponies changed
ed by n rival, likewise a scout. This hands in the three dnjs of the big Lrl ,
latter claimant bid fifteen. Others dul miction. Not for many jeurs have
then cut In, and Miss l'nrkei- was tun the sipiaws commanded such spirit-.) 1
A great bliss swept me like n tv.ive.
A great grief filled mc.-cuid I wept;
I bowed where his light Itet bad
And aid, "Have pity on thy slave.
"Lord of us nil. I own thy reign.
Hut give me peace, and make me
Take fioni my henit this wild tiniest:
Telephone to All Farts of the Island.
KEALAKEKUA. - HAWAII
J. G. HENRIQUES, PROP.
Horses and Carriages
To the Volcano r the Mountains.
Jin excellent chance La offered for
6EB THE COUNTRY.
Carriages meet the 8. 8. Mauna iam
tt Kallua and take passengers overland
to Hookena, where the steamer la met
week This mission Is located thirty
1 . ... ......
miles directly south of Mountain View up to fifty ponies, llei faro grew palo bidding and big prlceB ns In this latest I "e nle ln J0 anu Kt'eu "' 1"""
and on the range of thu Wichita when sho saw that Wild Horse was event ot Its kind among tho Coiuun
Mountains. Tho Kills who wero sold, determined to get her, nB ho Is known dies. Inter Ocean.
The man, woman or child with n ho
redltary predisposition to consumption
often has a narrow chest and stooping
Hhcmldeis. While a slow, gradual
i-maUuttoii and loss of weight may at
times be observed, this Is by no means
a 1 tile. Ono occasionally sees tubcrcu
losls patients who present a relatlvelv
good nppeuraiicu during tho first
stuges of the disease. Paleness of
the skin, at times with bright red
cheeks, Is, however, a inther common
early sign. A marked Inclination to
frequent catanh Is often present, and
tho cliaiacter and disposition of tho
Individual may changu when the dis
ease comes to an outbreak. Thcie Is
u dislike to woik, also to the pleasuieB
nnd occupations which thu Invalid for
merly loved to pui sue. He will pioh
nlily also complain of getting tiled
enblly. In the afternoon hours ho will
have a light fever, and a hacking
rough In the morning or evening. Ujs-pc-psla
and loss of appetite, palpitation
of tho heart and pains In the chest,
nre also sjmptoms of impoitance. Tho
presence of such symptoms should
serve to all, whether preillspobed to
tuberculosis or not, as a warning to
seek medical advice. Especially per
sons who cough more or less continu
ally should submit themselves to 11
ll FOR THE 1 W
1. Slnco you nre man ted, jou may as
well make the best of 1L I
i. So make some maxims, ami tiy to
live up to them.
3. And don't be discouraged If jou
fall. Vuu will fall, but perhaps jou
won't alwajs fall.
i. Never both be uoss at the same
time. Walt jour tuin.
S. Never cease to be lovers. If jou
cease, some one else may begin.
.11 You wire gentleman unci lady be
foie jou weie husband nnd wife. DoiCt
foi get It.
I 7. Keep join self nt jour best. It Is
!u compliment to jour partner.
I S. Keep jour Ideal high. You may
miss It. hut It Is bette r to miss a high
one than to hit a low one.
ti. A blind love Is n foolish love. Kn
e out age the best.
10. Permanent mutual respect Is ne
cessary for a permanent mutual love.
11. The tight cord Is the easiest to
12. If jou tako liberties, be prepared
to give them,
13. There Is only one thing worse
than quarrels In public. That Is cares
ses, 14. Mouej Is not essential to hnppl-
"Na," said the other, who drew near,
"That U my gift, and mine alone;
I lift the bui dens thou hast known,
1 give thea peace, and take thj fear
ness, but happy people usually hive
15. go suvc some.
111. The easiest way of B&vlng Is to
do without tilings.
IT. If jou can't, then jou had bcttet
no wunouvn wire,
18. The man who respects his wife The I.ordo of I.lfe and I-ove nnd Death
"When I.lfe and Love have lost their
I give thee peace, and comfort thee"
His noble face looked down on me,
And a great calm upon me fell.
does not tuin her Into a mendicant,
(live her it purse of her own,
19. If jou save, tnve tt jour own
20. In nil matters of money prejiaro
nlnajs for the worst and hope far the
From "A Duel" by A. Conan Doj le.
A Ilattersea woil.liigman wus onco
possessed of 11 ncitoilously bud teniier
ed wile who did not fciiiplc, when thu
fit seized llei, to luj violent hands up
011 her patient spouse. One fine day
he was observed by a filend. who bbw
him entering a eiockery shop laden
with an armlul of tups and saucers.
"Hallo, John'" Im tiled. "Selling up
jour home?' "No," lesponded John
"but I really couldn't stand tho ex
pense ally longer. These bete ones
break Into llttlo bits ut once when my
wife throws 'em at me. and so I'm go
ing to change them for thicker!"
Passed on and left me where I stood;
Hut now a strange, tumultuous Hood
Heat In each pulse and moved each
And ever now my doom shall be
This buiden and unrest nlwny;
And when they pass from me, that
Lord Death shall soothe nnd comfort
Ninette -M. I-owuter.
Thlitj-six Inst laments known as
"Oreenei's Killer" have been oideied
by the British. War Office for the pain
less and nulsedess killing of Incapaci
tated horses. Tho Chuich Society for
the Promotion of Kindness to Animals
In England n year ago petitioned tho
authorities to make use of these In
struments on the battlefield and else
Patience Did jou Bay he Is a cau
tious man? Patrice Very; he's not
satisfied to have enough money to get
"Women aie always turlous." mauled on. but ho wants to bo ouro
"My wife Isn't." ' to have sufficient to obtain a divorce,
"Well, she must be a curious kind of 1 If such a step becomes uecessary.
woman." Wnshluston Times. Washington Star.
Chinese and Japanese Firm.
Kahikinni Heat Market
FRUITS AND VEGETABLES
Beratanla Street, Corner Alakea,
'Phone Blue 2511.
ALSO AT THE
MEAT STALLS 19 AND 20.
Fine English and American Goods
65 Hotel street, and
Hotel near Nuuanu
P O. BOX ecu.
TEL. WHITS e
HART & CO.,
HIE ELITE ICE CREAM PARLORS
Fine Ice Creams and Water Icjs,
Chocolate and Confections.
The Finest Resort In the City.
Try our "Elite" Oyster Cocktails.
has removed tt tko
Arlington Block, Hotel Street,
In the store formerly occupied by
II. W, Fawter.