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EVENING I1UU.ETIN, HONOLULU, T II., TlltWBDAY, JAN. 2, 1903.
WOOLLEY WRITES OF
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BZ3-g-J KISSES AND
John 0. Wootley, tho temperance
N. S. SACHS'
Dry Goods Co.Ltd.
worry along with inferior lighting, when ELECTRIO lighting ii
the CHEAPEST, as well as the BEST?
It is cheapest because it has no smoke, soot, or smudge to
blacken the walls and rain your curtains and draperies, like the
open flame; '
It's best because it is the most natural of artificial lights. It
is evenly diffuse!! and steady, because it is not effected by night
winds, and ereryinc knows that it is the most convenient.
Stop doing without it! Have your house 'wired by the
Hawaiian Eleotric Co., Ltd.
A fine disf lay of quality and shades.
For children a
in this dountry
When leaving yo
pair you have the bei
complicated watches i
it of fcrty
amptly Attended To.
Orders By Mail I
d infants. The right thing;
for all season
SOLD BY x.
Clock or Jewelry with me for re-
- seven years' experience. Pine,
l kpi-i ww i. r
Weeping Lady Says Papa
Is To Blame For
Hoso tlo Colin, tlio fair lady who
pleaded guilty Homettlmt) ugo In J ml go
DoIo'b court to liavliib' two moro hus
bands that the law nllnvs. 'came up
before tlio Court llil.i morning for sen
tence. Ileforo bIio left tho room, she
had flooded It with oratory and tears,
but hail got off with only cur months
In jail and a lino of $10.1 nnd costs.
Hose laid It nil on jiapb, who, bIio
raid, was the only ono to blame for
her halts threo husbands and living
with another man who Is not her hus
band. Sho told tlio Judgo that her
father said It wasn't necessary to
bother about getting a divorce. All
tlio needed was five dollars to get a
marriage license, and bIio could get
married without any trouble
lloso explained two or Jier mar
riages that way, but had to confess
that her father didn't know anything
about a third. This marrlago her at
torney, T. M. Harrison, characterized
ns merely hn episode, as she had left
him after threo weeks- of married
bliss. Ho thought the Judgoi should
take Into consideration the oplsodal
character of this nlllanco and l)u easy
on the prisoner. Hreckons agreed
that the marrlago certainly appeared
to have been only nil cplsodo. Hnrrl
bon explained that It had been con
tracted only becauso tlio hypersensi
tive pcnplo of tlio community In
which sho was then living wcro
chocked at the absence of tlio mar-
Hoso explained volubly and with
really tours to "Mister Dolo" how It
all happened. "It my father would
ttop mo doing these things," sho said,
"I wouldn't a-dono It, but ho didn't
stop mo. If I had known, ns much
then as I know now, 1 wouldn't n-tbno
It. My father, ho Is tlio causo ot nil
Iheso things. Tlio first. (line I was
married, I was only 13 years old."
Judgo nolo mildly Inquired about
cno extra marrlago which she had for
gotten to explain, and asked her why
she loft that husband.
"I didn't like that man, MIstor Dolo,
didn't like that man. Ho didn't treat
mo right. Ho didn't support me, and
ho has a woman, nnd treats mo awful
Tho Judge explained to the lady that
that was no reason why sho Bhould
tako another husband without tho
formality of getting n dlvorco from
tho only sho already had. Ho then
gnvo her a lecturo ou hor conduct and
tentenccd her as above.
Rose promptly dissolved Into a,
weeping Nlouc, and rushed to tho
hack ot tho room, whero sho had halt
a dozen or moro relative!) watching
proceedings, and began to distribute
farewell kisses nnd tears Indiscrim
inately nnd generously. Marshal Hen
dry Interrupted this damp scene by
tolling her sho would have to go Into
his ortlco to finish tho job, as the
Court could not bo disturbed.
The Japanese steamec Mauchu
Mam has Jieen loading her cargo at
the Alakea street dock for somo time
and this morning sho sustained tho
first accident during lier stay In Ho
nolulu.' A great deal of her cargo
v ill be machinery for tho sugar plan
tatlons. This morning nil tho'tacklo
had been firmly hooked onto a heavy
jotlor. The engines puffed away, and
the boiler began slowly to rlso. When
about fifteen feet in the air, almost on
tho desk, tuddonly the steel mast
which was bearing the brunt of tho
weight, bent Uko a reed almost double
Tho boiler foil on tho deck, fortunate
ly no ono being underneath, nnd tho
only damage dono was tho bent mast
and somo (fonts In tho boiler. A now
most will probably bo Installed as
soon as possible.
Daniel Rodgors, n colored man, said
to bo 100 years old, was nrrestcd in
.lollct. 111, Ho wub applying for an
increase In pension and It wua discov
ered that ho had violated a prison
parole in 1898.
P. E R. Strauch,
74 S. KING ST.
LEVY & 0 0
mnn, linn written uuother letter to
tho Chlcngo Dally News on the pine
apple situation in Hawaii. It winds
Up with the following referenro to
conditions nnd thu "Incorporated
If one has not the capital for buy
I tig he can lease excellent Innd on
terms of twenty ycarB ut St mi urro
the flrBt year, 12. GO the Hectuut, J5
the third and $7.5(1 for the remain
der of tho term. Nothing nils tho
proposition as n poor man's rhnnce
If ho once gets hero nnd Is not too
ethereal to work. A cottage costs
little. The merest shed Is all that Is
necessary In the way of a barn and
the dwelling, In a pinch, ran be
mado very pretty nnd very romfort
nblo for a fairly substantial song, 1
have u friend, wIiobc health failed lu
ofllco work and left him with a most
discouraging outlook, but he went up
twenty miles from Honolulu and
bought, with bonowed money, seven
ucr?H of land nnd sot It to surkcrs.
Ho has Just sold his second crop nil-
antageously and his debt Is melting
nway like n spring snow nnd his
health Is sound ns a nut. Ho Is proj
udlced In favor ot plnenpplo growing
for mon who havo leaned over n desk
until they can't tell backache from
stomach ucho, or either ot them from
an overdraft at the bank.
Tho Incorporated hog has come on
the scene, of courso, nnd gone lu tor
control of tho canning Industry, but
tho American people nro not so oung
ns they used to be, nnd at tho first
show of tho familiar snout tho grow
ers projected co-operative canneries
owned by themselves ono Bhnre.to
the man In the mldnt of tho illSr
trlcts. A ennnery Is an Inexpensive
plant nnd very prolltnblo In Itself,
even ullowtng the grower his full
profit. Now tho man behind tho Bnout
Is whining that'tho policy of this
administration has weakened public
confidence and It has In Incorpor
V nEMADLE KEMEDY FOR THE
Whisky and Beer Habit
Very few men become drunkards be
causo they like liquor. It Is frequent
ly the moderate drinker, who before he
realizes his condition, has become a
drunkard. The nervous system, hav
ing becomo accustomed to stimulants,
Is unable toi do the same amount or
ntuillly of work without liquor, hence
the victim drinks more nnd more. ThU
is a state of dlsoase nnd should be
treated by'Orrlnc. It destroy g the de
tiro for liquor, bo that the drink Is not
missed. Thero Is no loss of time or
detention from work when It Is usod.
.lOrrlno Is prepared In two forms: No.
1, tho secret remedy which can bo used
in food or drink without the knowledge
of tho patient; No. 2 for those who
tako the remedy of their own free will.
Doth forms are guaranteed. A reg
istered guarinteo In every box.
Treatise on how to cure drunkenness
freo on request. The Orrlne Co., Wash
ington, D. C. The price ot either form
Is SI n box, making the cost ot the
complete cure less that) one-tenth what
It Is usuallj- charged at sanitariums,
with a guarantee that tho expense will
be nothing unleBB a cure Is gained.
Mall orders filled In plain sealed pack
age on 'receipt ot price.
Orrlne Is for sale by Honolulu Drug
In ordor' that' they may lie nblo to
adequately, take care of nnd cntertrtln
with Justlco tho members of the
rquadron unit fleet which will bo hero
some time lit the near future, the
Bailors nt tho Seamen's Institute here
nre planning to build an assembly
hall. They havo u very desirable lo
cation Just behind their present bull
ding, which will connect with tho
main entrnnco, and It Is here that
thoy are planning to build.
According to Mr, lCvcrton, tho
manager ot tho Seamen's Institute,
tho'addltlon will cost In the neigh
borhood nt 800. The following per
tons and llrms have subscribed neat
little Biiths toward tho now building
nlrendy, although It will require 1400
more: Alexander & Daidwln, Cnstlo
& Cooke, Drawer & Co., Lowers &
Cooke, Hackfeld & Co., Allen & Rob
inson, I- A. 8chafer, S. M. Damon,
Wilder & Co., K. O. Hull & Son, nnd
The .Amsterdam (N. Y.) Recorder
In Klrlng a report of a meeting of tho
Century Club In that city speaks ns
follows of a paper read by Mrs.
Kline, wife of Editor Kllno, who vis
ited tho Islands n few yenrs ago:
Mrs. W. J. Kline then gave a paper
on "Ilecollectloiia 61 Hawaii." The
paper was an exceedingly Interesting
one, Including the observations and
experiences of Mrs. Kline vhlle on an
extcAdod visit to tho Hawaiian group.
Ilrewora aro raid to bo engaged In
a hard campaign to keop Washington,
D. C, from gplne "dry."
Waives Examination And
Is Committed To
The rase 'of Chief of Detectives A
. Taylor, charges with assault nnd
battery on William I'alkuli, will not
lc heard before the District Court.
Taylor has demanded u trlnl by Jury, '
and, according to the law, this had to
be granted. This procedure la n ruth
er unusual one In misdemeanor cases
and It created considerable surprise
to see It used. '
When the case was called neither
the complaining witness nor his
countel, 13. C. fetcrs, were present
"In behnlf of the defendant, Mr. A.
P. Tnylor," said I'rosser, his counsel,
"I demand n trlnl by Jury und waive
examination In this court."
Prosecutor llrowu naked that no
steps be taken before Peters, who wan
to conduct tho case ot the prosecu
tion, had appeared.
"1 do not see what good Mr. Peters
could do If n trlnl by Jury Is demand
ed and examination In this court Is
waived," said Judgo Andrnde.
"Does ho deslro to amend tho Con
stitution of the Uulfcd States?" asked
'Mr. Peters Is going to assist the
prosecution," said Drown, "and 1
think It Is only fair und courteous to
him that ho should be heard."
In tho meantime Peters had been
sent for, nnd hn nrrlved presently.
If Mr. Prosper bus no objection,
said Peters, "I should like to amend
the charge so as to make It conform
with the form usuully uccd In Jury
I'rosser stated that he did not ob
ject and the charge was amended.
The Court then committed Tnylor to
the Circuit Court for trial, provided
that the Grand Jury found nn Indict
ment against him. Tnylor was re
leased on his own recognizance, thei
prosecution offering no objection
Mr. W. J. ELLEF0RD presents
IWr. Prank Co a ley
Supported by a Company of excel
Down By the Sea
, MATINEE SATURDAY.
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Popular Prices: 25, SO and 75 cents.
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