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SUNDAY BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H., SUNDAY. MAY II, 1902.
Lines of Travel.
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2. Brother John, Trappist, Aged 9 Years
THE LIFE OF
8K-V JWJ lKrt
&" feS" Z&n
Lot mc Introduio
Jnhn monk, residence. Trappist mon
astery Oka ngc, 9 cnrs. Nine carB
eld n monk anil happj as the day Is
long Nine jearB old, wltu more grit,
earnestness and strmuousness In bla
bo) make-up than are usually found
in lives of full grown people! Nine
j cars old and possessed of sufficient
knowledge of the world
to jou Brother itery shelters some Blxty monks of the
strictest order In the Church, all of
whom arc Intensely Interesting to the
average outsider, and one Is sure to
monopolize the attention of tho visit
or from the start and give him food
lor reflection for many n long day aft
er Iila departure from Okn.
Let us remember he Is 9 Ills usual
cumpanlon, In whose compauy t found
pill caught wltf his finger In the Jam.
lie will answer vour question with n
Yes, he Is happy, but It would serve
novel pcmtiilJtit He acquainted him
Mlf with the pjrtluitars of the rase no purpose to exaggerate and say his
Yes" and "No" If the abbot oidcrs.ctitl, as raiicli to Immoiyhls cxtraordl
him tb spcalc, but he will give unmls-jnnry fancy tint had taken possession
takable signs of anxiety to be off and, of tho boy ak to glte the caie a test.
engaged In Borne more profitable occu
t.vtlon than posing for the curiosity of
Is he happy? Well, with due con
sideration for the value of words, that
is Brother Celestln. a giddy Is nutting It verv likely. The fact Is.
to detest It i vaunt: thine of 71, or thereabouts, and. ho simply revels In being a monk.
ond of sufficient love for God to glvoj L,,hnd lllm nrother John walks with This Is his own clcmcnT"; Tie was nindc.dU
up all In order to serve Him! Nlno ,iwncai,t eves, solemn tread, and so- fci It and It for him. and ho lives this sign
29 KING ST NEAR BETHEL
consented to allow him to remain for
a two weeki. trial Those two weeks
verc as good as a lifetime That was
nough and m re than enough I.lko
the hero of M.ilakoft, he whispered In
hie own ear fli.it night while going to
bed: "Hen' t mi here I stay" and he
A week a month passed with no
....I...... AH l.l UM
i,.., n (him it ivi mill, mm uu inca lino niKii ui i-ijiii iuvc .n uin mlih ums
veers old, at Oka, In the brown habit rjollg nicn ue never talks, he fast life to his little henrt'B content. i.estlons wen- evvled pioposals to re
mil keeps vigil, he prays and chants HIb father brought him hero over a t'irn home wore rejected. Then his at-
I unci works leads the life of a genuine year ago because the lad, having titude iaiiniii a coaxing character
monk, this marvellous voungster of , heard or the place, by dint ol torment- not to be turned away, ne would try
a other and better age. If he breaks In), had exacted a promise, and the nul deserve the honoi of remaining,
liui rule, which happens sometlmeB. ho iromlsc had to be kept. Once there. And thorn h Is jet, without a doubt
corfesscs his fault In tho community he hazarded the remark that it would to remain j- ling a Brother Celestln
I nil before the father abbot and broth be n good place to stay. He was cllp-llian been there an I that Is a long
era assembled, and accepts his pen jlomatle In his advances; first asked.
nnco with the philosophic humility of then begged, pleaded, besought and
unci cowl, serious, silent, meditating.
DO YOU LOVE
pure, fresh, wholcsomo candy, madai
by o first class San Francisco candy
maker, nti artist in his line, and 10IJ
at San 1 rinclsco prices? Then let us i
whisper In jour car vvhoro jou tan
gt It made fresh every daj at tht
New England llakerj-, on Hotel St.,
You enn't expect to buy Kresh Canly
at a hardware store or clothing home,
It Is simply an Impossibility. Twenty'
five Cents will buy jou a pound of j
Hether, Peanut, Cocoanut or Popcorn
Cfnp or a pound of Dllc!ous Ciew
Ire Taffy In Molasses, Stravoerry. V--nlll.i
nnd Lemon Flavors Forty Cents1
htijs jou a Pound of As.ortd Dairty
Filled Buttercups, for whkli ou i.-e
charged $1 on elewhcre, and Flit
Cents will entitle jou to n pound of,
the Finest Hand Made Chocolates wc
hive In the s' 10 .
All o ir olhi i ( -unlit" are so! 1 nt (
the rawe Rod iced Trices Ladlei aie
Invito I to sample and Inspect our in
Ji nt the !
NEW ENGLAND BAKERY1,
or. ... I
FOR LEASE j
I-arge house and two cot- !
tages on Hotel St. near
Punchbowl St. I
Ten Bedrooms. i
Well suited for boarding
bouse or rooming house. .
565 Per Month.
PURCHASE PRICE $6500. I
Castle & Lansdale
REAL ESTATE, INSURANCE,
'50 6-507 8tangenwald Building.
Telephone Main 70.
this is Brother John.
But where Is Oka? It Is n little Ca
n&dlan settlement, founded by tho
Indians long years ago and renowned
us a trading place, situated on the Ot
tawa rlvar, near Its confluence with
the St Lawrence. A short distance oft
to the east, on the mountain side. Is
the Trappist monnsterj n large stono
main building of severe aspect, with
Its numerous outhouses, shops, dair
ies, etc nestling In a depression of
the slope Awaj from It on all Miles
m etch acres oX ftnily cultivated 1, nd.
oichards and vlnejards. Tho monas
NEW YEAR WELL
By having your photo
taken. My work Is
ol the highest quality
and prices reasonable
J. J. Williams,
Toko elevator In Boston Block.
IN LATEST FABRICS
AND HAT TRIMMINGS
The most artistic of workmanship at
most reasonable prices.
A. A. MONTANO
In KaplolunI Park
Addition and la
Kallhl. - - - -
137 MERCHANi STREET.
by Miss Ella Dayton
the most hardened weatTicr beaten an
When jou meet him ho will not look
i.p, n he surmises jou nrc staring nt
HIb fit 'it vnlts him from time to
time Brothr John Is glad to see Mm,
fnally Insisted on
would mamma saj? Plenty of others nsks for tho, at !ime sends a kiss to
at home, twelve or fourteen, to tnko I'inmmii uad tln tittle ones and, like
up mamma's time, nnd what else docs tli true motile that he Is, waives the
bliss is perfect. Perfection Is mighty
difficult to attain lo In this world, es-
li'clally whero happiness Is concern-
id so Brother John has his crosses
to bearj'nc Ifas troubles of hla own.
First, he Is obliged, by a rule mndo
expressly for him, If jou please, to llo
nhed an hour longer than tho others
when they nrlso to chant matins at 2
hi the morning. He may listen If ho
likes, but to get up and Join In Is for
l,!dden, absolutely forbidden. It might
be worse, of course, but It Is, never
theless, a Bevcrc penance to bo ex
cluded from tho community at that
most solemn of all times.
Another shocking plcco of partiality
to which ho Is Biibjectca: he Is to eat
meat every morning at breakfast.
V'ho ever heard of such a thing In a
Ti applet monastery as eating meat!
The father abbot seems to bo leagued
with the evirone in an effort to spoil
his vocation, to ruin his monastic
trospects nnd deprive him of rights
that are his by virtue of his calling.
I lm, ho will try to direct jour vision flip want than to know her boy Is bap- permission to dine with his father and This humiliating condition of affairs
to the patches on the back of his faded l v ? What would tho abbot say? That f,ocs back to liW tin plate and wooden piobably accounts for his chubby face,
l'lblt; If forced to face jou, he will could bo ascertained by consulting spoon and sl'n with the brothers In the his rosy checks, a countenance from
I lush from car to ear like a joung cul llilm. And the abbot examined this icfcctory "lilch beam innocenco and health.
Buys Falss Teeth
at a Church Fair
The church fair ns a market place
It,' falne teetli Is the latest novelty at
Lee Mass the Baptist socletj having
Iptiodiiced this department Into a
tinu honored Institution The lecth
v ere Tegarded ns a Joko until a tooth
l a, man enmo along
He examined them closely, criticised
the 'high toned gold flllln'," but made
n bargiln for thini Half an hour In
t-i be returned with twmtj live
certs nnd became the owner Then he
v sited the different dentists with a
ci'ierv ns to how inmh It would cod to
Ml them fitted
It was a matter of $8 Ho tried
tmm In und concluded that though
tht-v were 'n little clumsy," (hey
viuhl go nil right as soon as lie got
i nd to cm
ANOTHER GERMAN PRINCE IS COMING
Girl Messengers! '
Used In ! ondon
miiiii.ii,, . .. .
Seems Almost Too
Good to be True
Ten miles southwest of Vlndlny,
Ol lo, lies tho peaceful hamlet of
.Vount Cory. It is a modern Ulofila
of righteousness. Seventy five houses
compose tho village, and seven of them
i re occupied by preachers of the gos
pel No saloons are there. In winter
the residents swap jams bj the stdo
of the friendly stove In the corner gro
cerj and In summer they whlttlo hick
cij sticks nnd cut their Initials In tho
b( ft pine of the store boxes
There Is a Major, but no brawlers
aio ever brought before him, and his
chief labors nre those of a notnry or
uniting (wo souls whose lives have
lUwod one Into the course of tho
cthei Years ago there was a cala
loose but now the hut Is used ns a
licrlin, jiril 28 nnthcr German Roval Prince maj shortl) Uit merica He is Prince Vlalbcrt,
second on of the Kaiser and a Lieutenant aboard the trainmjj ship ( liarlotte. Tin- Charlotte K sliortlv to
rake a tour around the world, the Prince Ihmiik anions the cadets who will he aboard It 1- expected that
BIG BULL BUFFALO IS SCARED TO DEATH
XKONZNV SJUf 'CXAMjOTTL
The recent departure made by tho
London postofftces in cmplojlng girls
as well ns bojs for the Express Mes-
euccoss The girls prove more rella ' tllc Charlotte will touch at New York on htr vovage and that Prince Vlalbcrt will pay a vi,.t to Washington
lit than boss and nre nultc as able to 0O00OOOO0OO0Ci!000O0OOCCO0O
stanu tht strain of the work,
Thire Is no examination to be pass
ed bejond the fact of knowing tho lo
. . . ... .. 1
c.u morougnij ah applicants
11 i.st be over eighteen jears of nge,
have good characters, be qufek walk
cie and be thorougblj healthy. They
rro expected to wnTiT with any mes
sage which lies within ten minutes',
dlMance of the office to which tney,
pre attached Beyond that radius
cither a bus or underground railway
fi.re Is allowed No uniform Is given
to the girl messenger, but her wages
Die at the rate of about 13 shillings a
W. C. Achi & Co
AND DEALERS IN
We will Buy or Bell Real llitat In
all parts of tho group.
Wo will Sell Properties on Reason
able Commissions. Tel. Main 12G.
Telephone the BVENINO BULLE
TIN, Main 266, If you have books to be
made, printing to be done, etc., etc
and we will call. We have men .that
Vpnw thr buslnem tor,Uat purpose.
Troubles that Gome
"1 was called," said a phjslclan. 'to
iittend triplets. The three joungstcrs,
n lew weeks old, laj side by side In
u crib, and It was a physical Impossl
bllltj to tell ono from the other. Each
hut' a different ailment. Tho mother
1 new that one had a cough, but did not
know which it was. Mother and doc
tor waited for a cough before deciding
to which of the trio It belonged.
"A different medicine was prcscrlb
ed for each, and the anxious mother
was perplexed to know how she
mould avoid giving the wrong medl
emu to the wrong child. The doctor
came to the rescue by placing n piece
of red flannel around the neck of ono
be ttle and a strip of similar material
mound the arm of the child to whom
It was to be given. White linen and
n piece of green cloth wero used re
pptctlvely for tho other two."
"Although I was on the plains when tns herd only one Beemcd to be ells- lug Bhrlek 1, that locomotive let go
juffaloc8 were there by tho hundreds turbed by our Intrusion on that vast nad never split ihe air In that far
;i thousands, ' said an old time locomo- j ralrle This was an enormous bull. Western counrry lfore
.ve engineer, "I never killed but one, "He nctually towered head and' "It struck tb great bull with such
aid I didn't mean to do that. shoulders above his fellows. He was terror that h roa- on hla hind feet as
7i was flic first year the Santa Fe near the head of the column, and left it he had been ihot up by a blast, his
railroad was opened through KansaB. the ranks when he stepped upon tho Immense head and shaggy mane nnd
I was an engineer on that road, and railroad. , londcrous shoulders tottering straight
"Advancing toward the locomotive, up In tho air An Instant the biyl
he came to within a few jards of It, stood that way It la ejes big and star
where, with nose to the ground, helnf, with terror, and then he toppled
pawed the dirt and bellowed and snort-over like a falling tre and came down
ed defiance, showing every disposition l.i a heap ai roh the track, making
to forcibly resent our coming Into hlse-erythlng tremble
domain, "He was dead li'jre he struck the
"As he stood there In the middle ofgiound for thr- was not even tho
I the track, becoming fiercer nnd flerc-culver of a musi-le as he laj I had
' . ... -.... . -, f , . L.- . , ,- .. 1.1. .u. .. ..l
rc day ray train wob held up not far
from Dodge City by a great herd of
Luflaloes that were travelling south.
"1 ran as near to the herd as I could
ytt.'and then stopped to wait until it
I nssed, for I might as well have dashed
n-y engine against a stone wall as try
I I force a way through that llviuv
Red Flannel Joke
On Medical Students
At the meeting of the County Medl
ca! Society stories were told, and
among them the following by Dr.
"When 1 was a student nt tho unl
verslty," he said, "Dr. Osier one day
called a lot of us to the clinic room
iird nsked us to examine Jnd diagnose
the case of a patient. ThOniun was
Firlppcd to the waist and his body was
completely covered with red blotches.
Every student was admitted singly
ami required to write his diagnosis
In a room by himself. The diagnoses,
when they appeared, embraced evcrj'
thing from scarlet fever to ccrebro
blliial meningitis. Mine was 'I give It
up.' When Di. Osier's comments
came out In the monthly paper we
f( und It was only a bad case of 'red
llir.ne!,' and tho lnugh was on us."
"Of tho buffaloes that could Bee us. er, I pulled my whlstlo valve wldosibred him to death with thnt awful
which were only those on ihe edge of open. Such a wild, piercing, hnlrrnls- (.lulek of my locomotive
ooooo o oooooo ooooo o ooooooo
TempUtton ts 3e Resisted.
"He spanked m ith u pancako
turner," said forlue Dltehen to Judge
Caldwell, in tenUfying in divorce pro
ceedings agultut her husband, I'lilllp
Dltdien, to whom she was married Ju
ly 7, 1000. Judge Caldwell gave her n
Man Living With Bullet In His Heart
UNABLE TO PROCEED.
Three men determined to rob a cer
tain house. So on the riight decided
n . they gathered In front of tho build-
liil, One of them entered and started
i.p the stnlra. He had his boots on,
und when near tho landing, his bootB
111 .de a nolto on the stairs A female
ve Ice calk d out Trom ono of the rooms-
"You go rlgnt down stairs and tnko
those boots off Tm tired of having to
clfnn up mud and dirt after jou como
1 p here with your boots on. You march
right down and tako them off."
The burglar turned around, went
down tho steps nnd outsldo to hlB
companions, and said-
"lloya, I couldn't rob that house; It
seems too much like home."
Berlin. April 3. The thirty first
Congress of tho German Chlrurglcal
Association opened hero today with a
discussion of the first treatment 01
tho wounded In battle. I'rof. von
Uruns, detailing tho reformed prac
feu resulting from experiences in
Cuba and South Africa, declared that
attlacptlc bandagCB wero undoubtedly
likal for the battlefield, superseding
Prof, nergmann Introduced several
patients to Illustrate tho desirability,
rp far as possible, of not molesting
wounds by probing and other opera
tic ns. The most remarkable caso was
that of a man who attempted to com-
VALUE OF ARMOUR'S ESTATE.
The appraisal of tho cstato of Philip
I) Armour shows that ho left $14 "51
lOi, consisting mainly of pertonal
property, and almost all In Illinois
Tho only part of his property In New
York was a seat In tho Stock Exchange
which was Bold for $50,313. Most of
the cstato Is left to the widow, Mai
v,na, and IiIb son, J Ogden Armour At
lilh death Mr Armour had $i.2fi4,D29
or deposit with tho Armour Company
lip had stock In twenty other compa
l.'es. Ills real cstato In Chicago was
valued at $49,800,
mlt suicide with a email caliber gun.
'Ihe bullet penetrated the heart, but
the wound healed quickly. Subse
quently X rays revealed the bullet ly
ing on tho right ventricle, bounding
with each bent. Eventually It became
encased, and now moves rhythmically
with the heart, not causing the least
Mrs. Hoylc My husband nays that
I am one woman In a thousand
Mrs. Doyle Air n't you Jealous of
tho nine hundrei ami nmefj-nlne?
WHERE RHODES IS BURIED
Bulletin, ffc ner rnnth
12. II , II t I ,!
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ItmOSB TUB CONTINENT TROM
THE TRAINS DAILY
FROM BAN FHANClBOa
TWO TRAINS DAILY
imlr TilREE DAYS to Chicago.
Only FOUR DAY8 to New York.
iHauui Palace Sleepers. Buffet, Bmok
til and Library Cars, with Baxbtt
kop and Pleasant Rending Rooms.
Dining Cars (Meals a-la-carte).
Free Reclining Chain.
Pullman Ordinary Sleeper.
I. M. LOTIinOP, General Agent
ltt Third street, Portland, Oregom.
W. HITCHCOCK, Oeneral Agent,
Ho, 1 Montgomery St, San Franclaco.
I. L. LOMAX, O. P. & T. A.,
1471 Omaha, Nebraska.
Hawaiian Tramway's Tine
KINd STREET LINE.
Cir ttirt Wilklkl (or town M i. 1 j, 6 j .
ed tvtry i nlnutct thcrrtr till 1045. 11:11 enl
1 jsp M. from Wilklkl fo to Iht Punanou Subltf,
Cri leavt R Rnct orPftwaa iwllcb lor lovn it
c !JA M. r4 tvtryu mtnutttthrrtifttrtlll it oJIpm,
Ctrl Itavo Foil and Klnr itreeti corner for Palama
I6 10 A M. and tvtry is ntootca afttr tHI n ts
e.ara itava for raiama nniy at 5 ana jioah,
Car liara Palama lor Wilklkl j t a m, and vrirj
S Blnuuallllo 45 P , than at 10 is and to as P-M
(H it is' ''on Palama lor Punaboo. oaly fotl
Cart Itava Fort and King tertata cornar foi Rllta
Ranta at s and twAN,
Cara Itara Fort and Klnr tmala cornirfor Walktk
it 6 os A M. and avary it mlnutaa till to osP. M tbn at
is and lls P M, Tb ii-js P M, rol to Walklk'
0 1 Saturdays only.
BERETANIA STREET AND t'VUANU VALLEY.
Cara laava Punahou Statla for Town at jt and
lor Town and Valley at 40 s so 6 to A o 6 40 y and
Cara laava Oahu College for town and Vallty at
a )o 6 so and neAM and ever) 10 mlnutea till 10 10
PM atrept tht tven hour and half, hour can which
run from the Statla
Cara Itava Nuuanu Valley at 6 10 6 jo 6 so A M and
every to mlnutea thereatter till 10 so p.M
Cara leave Fort and Queen etreeli for Punahou
College at 6 os 6 as 6 48 A M and every 10 mlnutei
after till g as P M After that the cara run to the
Stable up to 1 1 soP,M. which la tht latt car from Town
reaching the Stable at 11 jo P H
relephone to All Parts of the Island.
V.EALAKEKUA. - HAWAII
J. Q. HENRIQUES, PKOP.
Horeee and Carriages
To the Volcano or the Mountains.
An excellent chance la offered for
8EB THE COUNTRY.
Carriages meet the S. S. Mauna. iaa
tt Kallua and take passengers overland
to Ilookcna, -where the steamer Is met
(X R. & L. Co.
From and after January 1. 18.
STATIONS. DAUY daiiy
(Outward; ti. Sun. DAILY ea. Sun DAILY
a r. n m, n m
Use English Type
for Chinese Bible
One of the most important aids to
rutslonary progress If It can lio car
ried out Is tho attempt now liclng
iri.-o by the missionaries of Clilni to
Introduco tho alphabet as a substitute
lor the cumbersome aggregation of
complicated signs which is used at
picscnt. It is a difficult task, and
enc that will not be solved for years
Somo progress has been made, how
ner Tho American Prcsbytetlan
Press at Shanghai has juet completed
tho Nlngpo Romanized Hlbfe, which
lap tho further distinction of being
the (list complete Illble with refer
ences published In China. It Is pro
fused to tssuo during this current 5 ear
bv way of experiment a monthly pa
per, a hymn and tune book and some
parts of tho Now Testameni In Roman
Honolulu 7 10
Pearl City.... So
twa Mill B
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Pearl City 6.1s
Honolulu 6 so
r C. SMITH, Gen'l Pass. & Ticket
?. P. DBNISON. Superintendent
8ENATOR HOAR'S LATEST.
"Have you heard tho latest bon mot
of Senator Hoar?" asked Congressman
"Hoar Bays bo many wllty things
that It Is hard to keep up with Mm,"
raid Senntoi 1 . "What o' tho lat-
"It seems that the Hoars had a dear
Irleml 111 wltii nppendlcltls last sum
mer and wore becoming very uneasy,
vUicn n letter eamo announcing joy.
f illy that tho surgeons had declared
that the character of tho Illness was
1 I nppcmllLltls after all, but acute In
digestion, ' 'That Is good news,' snlil tho Sen
ator 'I rojoleo that the difficulty lay
In the tablo of contents rather than
in the appendix,'"
Drays tor Freight
Our representative meets all Incom
ing steamers from the Coast, and we
check baggage on all outgoing iteaun
r. Wblte and Blick Sand For Salt
Office with Evening Bulletin, 11
King street. Tel 86.
r). LARSBN, Wfl.
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Honolulu Iron Works.
Improved and modern SUGAR MA
CHINERY of every capacity and de
scription made to order, Dollor work
nd IlIVETED PIPE3 for Irrigation
purposes a specialty. Particular atten
tion paid to JOB WORK, and repairs
executed at shortest notice.
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