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EVENINO BULLETIN. HONOLULU, T. II., TUESDAY JANUARY 4, i90.
The LHITe AUs with
Sou Puko S, yaV TO -
tO citizen laborers to work on tho Ha-nalel-IIacna
road, Kauai, at (1.00
per day, bouse and fuel furnished
free. Apply to Geo. Mundon, liana
tel, Kauai. 32181m
A whlto woman to take care of Infant
and do light house-work. Apply
1130 South King St. 3203-lw
Asslrtant bookkeeper for plantation.
Apply Alexander & Baldwin. 3258 tf
A boot black Apply Hawaiian Hotel
barber shop. 3208-lt
HOUSE On VIneyord St
HOUSE-On Beach at Walklkl.
OFFICES In Watty Building.
.WAnKHOUSF.S On Queen Street.
ttnproTOd and Unimproved Proper
Houses In alt rarts of the City.
BISHOP & CO.,
Furnished front rooms reduced to 6
per month. Australia House, 1281
Fort St. 32-lm
Cottages In Chrlstly Lane. Apply1
Wong Kwi 1, Smith St, mauka Hotel
Cheapest, coolest furnished rooms In
city. Helen's Court, Adams lane.
lj furnished mosquito proof rooms.
A? C4 Vineyard St 2728-tf
(furnished rooms at 1223 Emma street
Mrs. McConnell. 2563
Spotted dog. Owner can hare same
by calling on Robt. Parker, Jr., Po
lico Station. 3259-2W
Our $65 White
are marvels of beauty and du
rability. They stand 5 feet 8
Inches, the four sides are fit
ted with removable tablets
with raised letters. Endorsed
by "The Scientific American"
as moss-proof and strictly
Bole Agent for Islands. Box 184.
OF FINE JEWELRY
NOW ON DISPLAY,
'.'Buttercups and daisies follow rail
roads the world over." said an encl
need. "In India In Central Asia, In
llraill. the tiaraiiel rails run continual
ly between meadows whlto and yellow
with home flowers."
Hawaiian Ballasting Company-
Best black sand from (2 to 13 a load
according to distance hauled. Coral
rocks for stable, roads and side
walks; firewood. Third door below
King, Maunakea EL; P. O. box 820.
Telephone Main S96.
DYEING AND CLEANING.
Usmuri d (any color) and cleans
clothes; repairs bicycles and fur
Blines mpl.tyees, 620 King St
-V.ittayashl Clothes cleaned, repaired
rxn tire. MT Beretanla St
1M v...akrln. nhan White 2891. Ml
Ukl. General Employmefit Office,
tot. Pensacola and ueretania.
Umbrollse repaired and brass pollsh-
tel. Taiata, 12M Fort St
U, M05-U -ail
Ifie B!g Results
DAY, for Now Ada.
Beef cattle for salo at Ka
huku Hancu, Kau, Ha
waii. 3212 U
The fluent assortment. (In the Islands)
of smokers' articles. Imported from
Hngland; Including a largo stock of
threo II goods In fancy cases. Also
nil tho leading brands of Clear lhi
ana and Domestic cigars and Egyp
tian and TurMsh cigarettes at the
lowed price. Ladles or others de
siring to make, Holiday gifts to smok
ers, tiro Invited to call and Inspect
tlio stock lieforo bulng elsewhere.
.Myrtle Cigar Store, Fort Street
I 1-2 story residence, 1213 Matlock
Ave., 4 bed r., elee. wtro, one block
from 2 car lines, lot GO 85: S2250.
Easy payment. P. E. 11. Strauch,
Wnlty Bias., No. 74 King at.
Fine corner lot In Maklkl. Curbing,
water, fruit and ornamental trees
and all Improvements. Two min
utes' walk from cars and Punohou
College. Address It F., this office.
In quantities, sprouted cocoanuts from
one to two years old. Apply It. O.,
Box 40, Llhue, Kauai. 32C6-lm
Gold-trlmmcd back combs, cheap. Sang
On Kce, Jeweler, 130 King St, opp.
City Market 3250-lm
Trunk, cost $10; will sell for 12. Ad'
dress Trunk, P. O. Box 254.
Cheap Homo near Park, Walklkl.
Address R S. K Bulletin.
GEORGE E. 8ABIN,
ROOM 14, MAGOON BLDQ.
TEL. MAIN 391,
A. J. DERBY, D. D. 8.
BOSTON BUILDING, THIRD FLOOR,
A. R. ROWAT, D. V. 8.,
777 KING 8T. TEL. BLUE 3101.
W. T. RAWLINS, ATTORNEY AND
COUNSELLOR-AT-LAW, S02 STAN-
ACCOUNTANT AND AUDITOR.
L. DE L. WARD,
ACCOUNTANT AND AUDITOR,
IN VICTOR RECORDS
BERG8TR0M MUSIC CO, LTD.,
ODD FELLOWS' BLOQ.
ROYAL PALM, and
PLANTS FOR 8ALE A T
MRS. E. M. TAYLOR, FLORIST.
TEL, MAIN 339.
Judce Harrl. of Oakland, Cal.. grant
cd a .divorce to Mrs. Ethel Matthew
the other day because her husband
hnd thrown her net dog out of a win.
dow. breaking Its leg, and had other
wise cruelly, treated It.
Mr. Jas. Sheridan, pianoforte tuner,
lias moved to tho pmno warerooms
of L. E. Thayer & Co., 158 Hotel St,
opposite Young Hotel, All orders
for tuning promptly attended to.
Seo Hastings for repairs of Locks,
Keys, music uoxes, Boarpeuiug oi
Fine Cutlery, Rear Union OrllL
Estimates furnished on all kinds of
painting. All work guaranteed,
Enos Bros., Union above Hotel St,
ror nice, smooth shave call at the
Criterion Rbno. UU Fort Bt
MONEY TO LEND.
On Jewelry and merchandise. Tht J,
Carlo Pawn Hotel and Union.
Lady Vltltori "And how rnsny children have you?"
Mother! "Thlrten nine living, mum, and four married."
Books, Bookish People and Things
We get no gcod by befog ungenerous even to a book.
E. B. Browning
BIBLE M08AICS. l
Promises, Commands, Admonitions,1
Bible Quotations comnllcd nnd flan. I
tilled by Agncss Greene Foster. Beau-
tirully printed on Japan duplex paper,
uounu in btratnmore, Japan cover,
Price, each, 60 cents net. Bound In
flexible suede, boxed, price each, (1.25
net. San Francisco: Paul Elder & Co.
Tho happy conception of gathering
the scattered messages of sacred pro
mise and admonition Into classified
brochures that they thus may appeal
with added strength and beauty has
been most adequately executed by tho the unfortunnto blind beggar protago
compller of tho "Bible Mosaics," Ag- nlst but In tho wonderful Master who
nes Ureenc roster.
Into one little booklet arc gathered
nil tho Promises of thn Illliln. rlasal.
fled moreover Into Promises of Com-
fnrf of Invn nf Rnnnlv nf Snfnliv nnil
so one Into other little volumes and
similarly arranged nre the Answers,
the Commands nnd tho Admonitions of
Holy Writ. Tho publishers, Paul EI
der & Co., of San Francisco, havo 1b
sued them In the best of taste, print
Ing them on Japan duplex paper, with
decorations In delicate tints, suitable
frontispieces on Japan vellum ajid
dainty bindings. Tho Dlulc Mosaics
uve original In Idea and execution nnd
o,n..i.i i,. n iro .nlo.
tdiould have a large sale.
The Matrimonial Primer with Pictor
ial Matrimonial Mathematics." By
V. B. Ames. 71-4x4 3-4ln. In gay
gingham, 75c. In flexible suede I
with crushed title panel boxed,'
$1.50. Paul Elder & Co., San
A dainty booklet with rending and
pictures Just suited to tho needs of
newly married couples.
There arc things In It. too. for those
who expect to be married nnd aren't:
lor tnose wno want to do ana cant;
for widows, widowers; for crusty
bachelors and drled-up old maids, Seo! i
"If you are looking for a wlfo who
will bo as pliable and responsive as
rlflv In Ihn wit,n'a knml. ..nti'tl t.n.n
...., ... ... i..i:. ..uuua, ,. ""' u .
io nig ncr up irora luruign boi
"Tho woman who charmed you with
her bright, vivacious wit may not be
uuie iu nvvp il uy dua uuju in ucrjr
year, ion were n stimulant, but
jou'vo become a steady diet. , . .
'Absence may mako tho heart grow
fonder: presents havo been known to
have the same effect
me most interesting uook jou can
ever put In your wife's hands fs a bank
book In her own name,
"A partnership of lives Involves a
nharlng of liabilities as well as profits.
"Clinging vines and business Imbe
ciles are out of fashion as wives. A
course In commercial law or social
economy Is a valuable matrimonial as
set these days,
"K is tor KisscB, 11 aiso sianas iorlWntcr Spaco, Stays; Rallwor Provl
kItChen. ... l.lAn? fnatlfntlnna. rnmm,n.rT Vntun.
"Did you really have foremost lit
mind nnd at heart the woman s happl-
hcbb woni juu luuiucui . . .
"No gentleman compels his wlfo toi
live in a uiue naze oi iuuuclu iuiumi ut
u conversational . t! . '
with the rococo dohngs of his fellows.
"Tho Complete Cynic's Ciflendnr of He-
viseu wisuom." iuug. iiy Ethel
Watts Mumford, Oliver Horford
nnd Addison Mlzncr. In bright
colors, bound In gay Rlnclium.l
53-4 x 41n. Paul Elder & Co., San ,
l-ronclsco; 75c, postage 4c. I
Surely the Threo Wise Sages do-,
tervo their reputation and also thoiLers rontaln will interest residents of
uuvunce saio oi iuu.uuu copies or their'
clever sayings. Made tip as It la In
color and quaint design, the little book
Is a literary tidbit which few should
miss looking over. Hear tho "Dedi
cation"! "This little book ot Wisdom Qrcat
It pleases us to dedicate
To that Rampageous Reprobate
The World at Large.
Yet as we mark his stony phiz.
And Beo him whirl and whoop and
We can but cry: O Lord why Is
Tho World nt Large."
What follows Is so good that wo
few of the sayings as tho come
"God gives us our relations thank
God we can choose our friends.
", . , There's none so blind as thoBO
who won't fee. ,
". , . Look before you sleep.
"... Knowledge is power If you
l.now It about tho right person,
. Manv aro called but few get
, Some are born widows, some
achieve widowhood, whilst others havo
widows thrust upon mem
Wild oats make a Ifart autumn crop,
Displays are dangerous. , , ,
"Nothing succeeds llko failure. . . .
"Stay makes Waist. .. .
"A word to tho wlse.ls resented. .. .
"Whom there's n will there's a law
suit. . . .
"Pride gocth beforo and the bill
"Tor, A Street Boy of Jerusalem." By
Florence Morso Klngsicy. Illus
tratcd by F. A. Eckman. Cloth,
4 1-2x7ln., pp. ISO. Henry Altc-
mus co Philadelphia: si.
A reverent little story that will In
tercst both boys and girls not only In
,was so mnu anu regaruiui oi cniiurcn.
Tor Is tho slavo of n brutal blind
beggar, who uses tho boy In his busl-
ness of mendicancy, but nt last tho lad
. Thcn ll0 .' hit across the eyes by a
Ilomnn, whom Tor Instilled In the
"-X """"""J '""""
Tor takes up Ms hard master's beg'
glng until he Is led by a friend to Je
sus, who restores his sight. With a
sratltudo quite understandable yet
rare, the boy believes what Jesus says
of himself and his mission, nnd bo-
omes a follower.
" J, " :'l",,,l?.,B,," "X
.makes a good companion to "Stephen
pud other stories by tho same author.
November. 25c n
copy; 13 n year.
Tho Theatro Magn
.Inn Co. New York
Thn rover Is a rnlnrei! nortralt of
jiaxlno Elliot In "Her Great Match."
MPlns nnd Players" Is full of tho best
In text and illustration. "Stage Ills
tory of Famous Plajm." "Tho Two
D'JVnminzlos," "The Ambitions of Miss
Edna Mny," "American Singers Who
uVn Won Fame In Eurone." "Mary
Anderson as a Stago Struck alrl" aro
bniCT papers In this wgh. grade period'
Tho Mncmlllan's "Monthly List" for
n,ii,,.- im. n new iwirfralt of Jnc
- .. . . ... .!.
London. I nere are nuuui a uuiu uw
er portraits of writers.
n i lntnam's Sons have nn Inter
catinK "Autumnal Announcement" of
Wall. Nichols' holiday cataloguo
"Talcs'." November. Ke a copy
J2.50 a year. Tales Puu. Co, Now
Ynrk. tm inn mninina rnn.ni.i.
novei ,y yclx Hollander, cutlticd "The
Mnsjer Schemer." Fourteen good sto
ries mar Io found between- the covers
Including tales by Paul Bonrgct and
"Tho Railway Critic." October. 10c
n rnnv' lt n vnnr. 143 f.llMtrfv Rf
Nnur Vot- Pnnlpntn. Tirnrnrttivn
tjon ot Hallways; Operating Property
'M tho y s. i9(). Tno viDratlon of a
Locomotive In Actlpn.
. i.,.!-,,-.,.. ..Me.v r.mMtn-r nt tlio
Wo lu"" bcwm'o WiS .abta
L for 10 goholari th0 Ijlra,'eiM ,
'the student, In fact for anybody who
'ever refers to anything. The work has
been entirely revised. J. B. I.lppln-
cott Co, Philadelphia.
"Thn Cuba Itevlnw nmt nullnlln."
September and October. Munson S. S.
Co., Now York. Thcro nro some charm
Inn lllimfrnllnn nnil nil Hint llm iiiitn.
Little Brown & Co. have Issued new
cilltlons ot "Under the Lilacs" and
"Jack nnd Jill," completing the "Little
Women Series." They have also pub,
llshed an Illustrated "Ramona." All
these aro good Christmas books,
"Tho Full Report to tho President
by the Keep Committee on Depart,
mental Methods." pp. 8, 12, 21, 29
and 30 aro red-penciled.
"Browning Magnzlno." November,
25c a year. Browning, King & Co.,
IIP to dato.
Treasury Decisions. Oct. 20. Ticns
ury Department, Washington, D. O. All
the subjects are carefully Indexed.
"Tho Periodical." October. Henry
Frowde. London, England.
EUUll HllllKa auum uuuna,
Ellas Hart, Heading's famous goose
bono man, says ho Is not making any
predictions about the weather thin
WOMAN BRANDED MURDERESS
WHOM ALL KNEW INNOCENT
BUT LAW REQUIRED THAT JURY
BRING IN VERDICT OF GUIL
TY AND THAT JUDGE
London, Nov. 11. By a singular
coincident e, simultaneously with tho
publication here of the tabled report
of Joseph Choatc's speech at the Lotus
Club, New York, wherein ho expressed
the opinion that British law was supe
rior to the home-mado article and bet
ter administered, we hnve been treat
ed to a striking demonstration of Its
astnlno qualities. With black cap on
head, a British Judge lias solemnly
pronounced sentence of death on an
old woman fof the murder ot her bus
bind, whom slio did not murder, and
to complete tho farcical tragedy u Brit
ish chaplain has solemnly lnokcd tho
mercy of God on ber "guilty soul,"
which was not guilty. And all this
with full knowlcdgo that she did not
commit the crime, for which sho was
convicted nnd that she will never be
hanged for It.
In a condemned cell, tho aged victim
of legal cruelty, whoso sad plight has
o olied expressions of deepest sympa
thy from all classes, Is awaiting the
exercise of tho crown's prerogative of
mercy. After a brief period of Im
prisonment she will probably bo re
leased to eke out what tcmalns of her
wretched existence branded ns a mur
deress. Judge and Jury are agreed that
sho should never have been convicted.
But they had no other recourse than
to conform to nn antiquated law.
Mrs. Marian Rcddon's story Is one ot
tho most pitiful that has ever been
told In tho grim Old Bailey Court. Sho
was C5 years old and her husband was
78. They had been married twelvo
years. After their marriago they start
ed a confectionery shop nt Staliies. For
a time they were fairly successful.
Then trndo fell off and they moved
to a shop In Mortlake. There things
went from bad to worse. The hus
band's health failed. When quarter
day came round they hod not money
inough to pay tho rent Death or the
workhouse seemed to bo tlio only al
ternative open to them and they chose
death, but tl)e husband nlone found It.
"We decided," said Mrs. Seddon nt
the Inquest on htx body, "that e had
better both leave this world together.'
After' passing n sleepless night worry
ing over their lot black despair grip
"I can't stand this any longer," she
said to ber husband. Rising from the
bed shn went to a cupboard and took
from it a bottlo containing a liniment
composed of belladonna and aconite,
thlth had been urcd to relievo her Inu
la mi's pain. It waj macl.ed "poison."
Sho drank halt Its contents. Then she
said to her husband: "Thcro Is noth
ing for us but this or the workhousa
Are you gains to take your share?"
"Yes," replied the man. and snatch
ing tho bottle from his wlU's hands ho
drained what remained of. the poison
Mrs. Seddon then sought her sister-in-law,
who lived In the samo house,
told her what they had done, and be
bought her, to seo to It that they wero
saved, tho Ignominy ot pauper burial.
Then, sho returned to tho Ixd and lay
dowu-by her Uiuband'a side U. die with
him. she thought But tho poison
workod slowly. As In duty bound, the
sister-in-law told the police what had
happened- The police removed the
couple to the workhouse which they
had so dreaded. Thcro the disutnrti did
their best to prevent them escaping
from ILby death, as In duty they were
bound to do. They saved Mrs. Sed
don's life,, but her husband succumbed.
There followed, ot course, a cor
oner's Inquest. Tho Jury brought In a
erdlct'of suicide whllo temporarily
Insane. Then, the police arrested Mrs.
Seddna and charged her wltli the mur
der ot the man who, according to tho
coroner s Jury, had committed suicide.
Paradoxical ns It sounds, the. law Just!
fled that charge. For the law declares
that If two persous ronsplce to torn
nit sulcldo and ono survives that sur
vivor is guilty oi murner.
Tho eidence at tho trial made it
clear that It was not a rasa ot murder.
But the law was equally enrphattc that
It was murder, and the Judge told the
Jury that they would havo to stand by
the law. The Jury reluctantly brought
in a verdict ot guilty, adding a Btrong
recommendation of mercy. Tho Judge
reluctantly sentenced tho woman to
death. He said It was thn saddest case
bo had ever tried. Ills opinion of tho
law which compelled Jilin to impose a
sentence that was utterly abhorrent to
his notions ot right nud Justice ho
kept to btmsclf, for In a court ot Jus
tice the most stupid law must be treat
ed as something sacred.
"We did not want to And the
woman guilty," said ono of tho Jury,
men, after tho trial was over," but after
what the Judge told us we could not
do otherwise. Of course, we knew that
the woman would not be hanged, and
of course, tho Judge know It. too, when
he pronounced sentence ot death upon
Foot-ball of the Association pattern
Is tho fashion In Austria-Hungary. The
two leading clubs at Prague have re
cently .been reinforced by one com
posed entirely ot tho nobility, Oxfoid
and jCnmbridge are to vUlt Bohomlu
soon to play the "Prlnzbarongarfcn,"
as the new club is popularly called,
It HhV'pl10ht4m MwMi'i
e The coming year is reasonably
and yours If you have .Electricity
perhaps been thinking of having
past, but have never quite made up your mind. Now, on the thresh
hold of the new year, Is the time, Is the time to let us do the work
(for you. Your home will be brighter, happier and healthier for the
Innovation and your new year will be started under the brightest pos
Hawaiian Electric Co., Ltd
I Office King St., near Alakca
Lovers- Of Good Living
Will be delighted to see the array of delicacies on our Delicatessen
Counter. The 8. S. Alameda brought us a splendid consignment of
tasty food novelties from the mainland markets, Including
FANCY CHEESE, SMOKED EELS, MACKEREL
and some excellent OLIVES in bulk
This Is the finest assortment of Delicatessen we have had for a
very long time.
Metropolitan Meat Co., Ltd.
Telephone Main 45
Choice Navel Oranges
$3.0i0 Per box to any part
of the City You will
want a box for the Holi
M. W. McGHESNEY & SONS
Waukesha's ORIGINAL Mineral Water
A New IWart In
-FOR 8ALB BVEflYWIinRE-
Y. SUOA SHOTEN
Whol'sMsale 5t Retail Liquor Dealer,
b:c Stock of .Upanet and America. Liquor, inzal 8aloon In connection.
IWILEI AND KINO STREETS.
JOSTOFFICE BOH 8S TELEPHONE MAIN B2
Wm. Q. Irwin.
C!aus Spreckels & Co.
HONOLULU,. : : : t. H.
Ban Francisco. Agent Tho Ne
raila National Dank of Ban Francisco.
Draw Exchange on tho Nevada Na
tional Dank ot San Francisco.
Lorrdon Tho Union of London and
Smith's Bank, Ltd.
New York American Excbugo Na
Chicago Corn Exchange National
Paris Credit Lronnals.
Hongkong and Yokohama Hon
kong-Stmnghal Dsnklnp Corporation.
New Zealand and Australia Dank
ot Now Zealand and Bank ot Austra
lasia, Victoria and Vancouver Bank ot
British North America.
Deposits received. Loans made on
.approved security. Commercial and
Travelors' Credits Issued. Bills ot ,
change bought and sold. '
Collection sPiomptly Accounted For.
W. G. LET,
8ANITARY PLUMBING AND TIN
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Bet HOTEL and PAUAHI.
Good Workmanship. Work Completed
'tnr Job Printing at The UullttU
certain to be a happy one for you
Installed In your home. You have
your house wired for a long tlmo
'Phone Main 390 f
& Co., Sole Agents.
AND TRUST GO.
OF HAWAII, LTD.
SUBSCRIBED CAPITAL,. .200,000,00
PAID UP CAPITAL 1100,000.00
President Cecil Brown
Vice President M. P. Robinson
Cashier L. T. Peck
Office: Corner Fort and King Bt.
SAVINGS DEP08ITS received and
Interest allowed for yearly dopoolts at
the rate of 4 1-2 per cent, per annum,
Itules and regulations furnished up
E8TADLI8HED IN 1868.
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Commercial and Travelers'
Letter of Credit Issued on
the Bank of California and N.
M. Rothschild &. Sans ' on
don. Correspondents for the
American Express Company,
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