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BVBfflNO lUtM.BTIN. HONOLULU, T.' ll Kill HAY, AUOtlST in, 1900.
Owing to the rush we
have decided to continue
our Mammoth Sale for the
balance of this week.
SATURDAY will be
absolutely the last oppor
tunity for these wonderful
bargains, and remember
the store closes at 1 o'clock
on Saturday. Come early.
Cor. Fort and Beretania
J.Hopp & Go.
185 King St
HIOH-CIASS PAPEB-HANaiNO. DECORATING,
AND GENERAL PAINTING.
SPEAK FOR THEMSELVES.
ELITE BUILDING. PHONE 397.
Want a j cleetrio door bell?
We'll pit it in for you.
Union Electric Co.,
Bcmnniii St,, near Foit.
PERFECTION ROOF PAINT'
The best roof paint. Give it a
trial, Send for booklet to P. 0. Box
THEO. II. DAVIES & CO,, Agents.
Island Views inJf Gurrey's
WIFE CLAIMS HUBBY
GAVE HER AWAY
"My hltftbnml guc me iih n pres
ent to KlIllllllHCS, K(l I Weill (u live
Willi these stnitllng wonts Mnrln
Pimento, wife of a Smiilnli laborer
nt A I cm, answered a chnigo that she
Ii tut (h'M'itcil her fond mill loving
hiiio fur i lie sake of it Porto Mean
Chief I, en I mnile n trip down to
Alen jestcrdny afternoon to arrest
Mat la mid llodrlquos, who ueio liv
ing together iir ninn and wife.
If niMMnij ll.n, lln.l.l ...I... I- ........
.1. il,,.tlin llltlk .11111(1, 1.1111 is imii-.
rled to a Spaniard, hnd ilccertcd her I
lawful Hpouec nml had tiil.en up with
llodririiici, who la n I'orlo Itlran
On hearing that the woninii had left
her husband for Kodrlnucs, tho
plantation nianiiKcnient illsclintged
t ho I'm to Itlran, who then took up
his nbodc outslilo tho plantation
The husband beeanio very cxclled
cnor tho fact that his wife had left)
Ii I in. and purchased n revolver upon '
which he Is alleged to have looked
with great foridness.
Tho guilty pair were up In court
this morning, and the wife, In an
swer to a question as to why sho had
gono to llvo with llodrlques, replied
as above quoted.
Several neighbors testified to tho
fact that Maria and llodrlques were
occupying the Bnme limine, and, that
to all Intents and purposes they
were ninn and wife.
Judge Andradc delivered a lecture ,
as to the Impropriety of having
li nulla nil No. '1 whilst N'o. 1 Is Mill
lilmve ground, and lined the fair
lady :in, and tho stealer of wives
was ordered to pay ifiO. Kroin tho
present look of things both tho pris
oners will have to work out their
Indebtedness to tho Territory by
hard work In the Jail.
C. 1. Morse, general agent of tho
Amcilcau-IIiiwallan Company, re
reived a c.iblo from San Krnnclsco this
morning that tho Pleiades left thero
nt 4:30 a. m. today. She has on board
live days' accumulation of mull and
Is expected to nrrho on tho 21st Inst.
Nothing Is knuxvn hero yet as to what
tho details of her enrgo are. This Is
the next mall.
Tho .Manchuria left Yokohama jes
torday, according to a rahlo ifroin
HnckTcbl & Co, and will also arrive
hero on Hid 21st. Sho has room for
all llu) passengers hooked hero, name
ly, about 123, mid has 1200 tons of
caigo for Honolulu.
1'ialik I'erielrn, a middle aged l'or
lugiicM). Is booked at the nollco court
on a Wrliim, charge. In connect Ion with
a small p.iit-l'ortugtieso child.
Mr. Illder of the Knkauko Mission
tm nod In a report to the, ikiIIcd and
nil offUer was sent to Investlg.ilo thu
affair. Several witnesses who saw
the attempted crlmu Kiivo their ver.
Mon of tl.u mutter and I'errleru was
at nnco arrested. Ho will appear be
fore Jiiilgo Andradc tomorrow morn
POLICE COURT JOTTINGS.
Hlonn Anderson nnd C, Gavin
pleaded guilty to a charge, of ndul
Iry this morning, and tho man hud
a suspended scntoncn of thirteen
months molded against him.
Tho woman In tho enso was fined
720, with S3 (outs and warned
nbout the consequences attending
such conduct as sho had pleaded
Seventeen gamblers who wore ar
rested ci-terd.iy wcro up for trial,
but there wbb no evidence, In tho
(ourt's estimation, to convict, and
thoy wero discharged. Charllo
Chllllngworth appeared for tho de
Mlnatotanl, n Jnpaneso fisherman,
who Is charged with plying his trade
without a II(cn,so, waif up before the
court this morning nnd hud his enso
remanded till August 20.
Yeruyn Hchl, who was declared
liiHHtio by tho gnvcrnmnnt phslclan,
was committed to tho Insano asylum
by Judge Andrado.
Two drunks, Yl Soong Mun and
Antonio Mulke, wcro fined S) each
and led below to cool off.
Dennis 111 Inn was gathered In for
imbibing too much booze this after
noon, nnd will have to fncu Judgo An
lirddo tomorrow morning.
M. Gonsalvcs has been booked at
tho pollco stntlon on four different
(liuiKi'H In ciinnerllnii with tho llcenso
. FOR WILHELMINA
M September 18 Is Hie oniolnl it
tt dnto set for tin! bundling of the St
ii big Matron liner, Wllhelmliin, tt
tt which Is litilldlng at NowiHirt tt
tt News to be placed on tho leg- it
tt uliir run between the mainland tt
tt nml Hawaii, details of which tt
tt have nlrcady been published in tt
tt tho II tt 1 1 ot I ii. tt
tt Tho now steamship, named nf- tt
tt tor Miss Wllhelmlni Teiiney, tt
tt daughter of i:. I). Teiiney, the tt
tt sitg.ir magnate of this city, will tt
tt bo christened by her. Mr. Ten- tt
It neyi Joined his family ' In 3nn it
tt KrancHsco yesterday, and may nc- tt
tt company his daughter cist to bo tt
tt prohent nt, tho launching. tt
it tt tt tt tt tt tt tt tt tt tt ss it n tt st a tt
WHAT MRS. ATCHERLEY
Kdltor Kvcning tin 1 1 e t I n:
In your lisuo of Aug. 10, 1303. jou
hn charged mo with tio follow
ing sbnre Heading! 1st, "Atchcrley
Family Ilesort to Dodge," and then
It goes on thnt, 2d, "Mis. A. and the
six small A's have been In the hnblt
of taking lunch out there at 9 In
tho morning and Mnvlng until I
In tho nfternoon, Incidentally taking
dopo to tho Insnno doctor." 3d,
"That tho Superintendent hnd
chased us nil out except tho pater
famlllns." 4th, "That Judgo Hob
Inson hnd denied my motion for nn
order tb admit us to the grounds."
fail, "Thnt I had seat word to Dr.
rctcrson thnt I was living nnd do
mnnded luy husband to be brought
to mo at once,"
In reply I beg jou will allow it In
print, nnd therefore give us n hear
ing sometime Instqnd of forever bull
dozing us and misleading the com
munity, such as the papers have
In Justice U) me nnd mine I bog
you will gjve mo a hearing in tho
First Clfarge I deny that wo
have over resorted lo dodge.
Second Charge I deny thnt my
six little ones have ever inado n
habit of taking liinili at 9 n. m. and
stopping until 4 pin. to tho liiwine
Asylum, or that Dr. Atchcrley is or
ever has been Insane.
I admit I sent a refilled box of
powdcreit opium on Aug. 1, 1909,
from tho Mcfi k In our homo nlUcc) to
Dr. Atchcrley, having tho knowledge
that Dr. C. A. I'cterhon had turned
over my hiiBbaud's own treatment
to be used by hint whenever he found
It necessary, and such as prescribed
by Dr. O'Day. 1 did this all In good
faith and with no Intention of
breaking tho regulations of tho nsy
linn. We have an 'appeal pending,
mid the papers b no means have a
right to Judge a "saao man Insane."
lor they are llablo for damages.
I ndiiill and do say that upon
only one occasion did I civcMuko my
babies out to sen their father, who Is
Imprboni'd wllh falie charges In the
itHvlum, nnil that was oh their fath
er's birthday, July :i(), 1909, their
stay only Including" the hours of 1
p. in. lo 3 p. m.
I admit wo did get permission
from the captain of tho Institution
to lunch on the grounds with the
doctor, nnd I iissme jnu'that 'It was
ony on that occasion, and that oc
Third Charge I deny thnt Dr. C.
A, I'otorsou over cbnsed my children
out of the place, for I never caused
or gavo him that i banco to Insult
them. Hut 1 admit thnt Dr. C. A.
Peterson did give mo notice on tho
nftornonn of Aug S that I would not
ho allowed lo the giomn)s of tho
asylum again, and gavo It as an ex
cuso for this i coit because of tho
box of powdered opium thnt ho (Dr.
Peterson) had formerly given Dr.
Atchcrley lo keep In his (Dr. A.'h)
possession nnd to uso It vvhenovor ljo
wnnted It, the box being refilled a
week bcfoie. The'o actions, no
doubt, niosn since Dr. Peterson has
learned that I have taken out tome
of the cocaine tablets that ho has
given Dr. Atcherley to bo nhaled,
mid I have discovered It to lie some,
other drug Included, vVhlcli I keep In
pohbesslcm as evidence for the next
trial. Tho Doctor has complained
constantly of being poisoned by tlio
stuff that Dr. Peterson Is giving
him, and even yesterday the poison
made Itself known In the jskln nt
his face, which was visible" tn any
ee which can seo. Wn hoped to
liae had tho chance nf thicsblug
tho matter mil vestorduy, but have
postponed It until today. Dr. I'e
leison knows' that by keeping mo
away tho doctor will have no one to
leport to about this poison he Rives
1 fui ther admit (hut on Handily
M, S. Cntuhra has been nrrested
nnil four charges of selling liquor
without ii license laid against him.
It ill! (nines nbout over a picnic
pnity which was given on July III
lo the peninsula by (he Auwalollmu
According to Inspector Fennel,
who laid the charge, the "picnic"
was a huge beer drinking competi
tion from tho time the party struck
Pearl Harbor till the trnln convey
ing them nrrived hack In town. ,
llcer and hard boozo flowed HKo
water, nnd 90 per cent of the plcnlc
crs were lighting mud, The trnln to
town hail to be stopped three times
in order to rescue tho conductor and
it few half sober men from being
The beer-sodden bunch got nt the
ulr binkes somehow, and In other
ways played "Old llnrry" with tho
trnln. When not engaged In fight
ing like cats and dogs all over thu
place they were trying lo get a
kick at the trnln crew
That is one sldo of the affair; the
other Is very different. Ono of
tho members nf the "Mossy Strenm
of Water" as the translation goes
when seen this morning said that
absolutely no sale of beer took place.
The picnic was n co-operative affair,
and before going to tho peninsula
each member of tho club paid one
dollnr for which ho waB given n tick
et In coupon form.,, ,
This ticket was divided Into
twelve sections, ench of which was
good for cither a glass of beer or
fcodn wntcr. No beer was sold for
cash, and there was no hard tnck,
except what somo of tho members
had themselves brought along In
flasks nnd bottles.
"Yes, the trnln may have stopped
n few times coming up to town,"
said the defender of tho club, "hut
ma) bo It would have stopped even
If them had been no beer nt the
However, Camilla Is In tho tolls,
nnd unless he ran find $400 ball wilt
have to remain In custody until to
morrow morning, when Ills case will
bctrled In the imllcc court. ,
noon I sent my son with his father's
clean linens, nnd he was put out
by1 tho guard nt Dr. Peterson's or
ders. N'o wtlint ho has us nil out,
Dr. Peterson nnd Dr. Wnyson, who
Is the Hoard of Health Committee
for tho liisniio Asylum, hopes to
have a chance of gelling rid of tho
enemy. This Is the only way of
being successful In their charge of
Insanity Hint they have carefully
got the papers tn suppress all that
Is In our own behalf. 1 have said
and do say It ngaln, Hint men who
lire so tow ns to cause the above
poison to be given nn Innocent man,
will Mimo day, If my husband re
mains under their charge any long
er, they will throw him over tho
balllstcr of the two-story house In
which they have Imprisoned him,
nnd then get the papers tn print
that Iiowiih entirely oft his head and
Jumped the balllstcr In bis fits of
Fortunately enough for us, we
have a good many responsible ami
reliable parties who havo Keen and
conversed with tho doctor for nn
hour or so at n time. ...
Fourth Chnrgc I admit thnt
Judgo Itolilnson denied my petition,
unci I deny Hint I ever nskeil Mr.
Harrison to act for mo in this mat
ter, ho being busy with tho brief
for tho Supremo Court. I do say, I
regret Hint I had gono lo nil that
trouble upon tho mlvicn of the Judge
himself, only to bo denied by him.
I had tho expense of tho papers and
tint notary fees for the Allldavits,
whereas I could have saved It for
the children's provision,
Fifth Climgo 1 deny that I ever
sent such n foolish message that I
was dying to Dr. Peterson, or de
manded tliot he tiling Dr. Atchoiley
(my husband) to mo.
I admit that our ton did, In a
moment of excitement, phono for his
father to be brought to treat me,
knowing no other physician upon
whom ho could cull to cranio to my
relief of an accident that I had Just
met with, and heating from a neigh
bor that Dr. O'Day was sick In lied
1 do say this onr only hope for
all this Injustice Is before n Jury of
12 men uninterested In all tho io
suits of either side, mid until then
we only uvvalt tho decision now of
the Supreme Court In say whether
we ran hnvo the Jury or not.
Place any man at tho head nf a
family In tho community to havo
to go thiougli tho sumo attack as
my husband Is going thiougli place
another mother who has tho respon
sibility of tho little ones nn I have
does not t lint nppeiil to the
beai U of mi) mid all tiun law-abiding
Aliieiluin ellleliM? Will thu
MORI CAN'T GET
I Attorney l.lghtfoot appealed before
j Judge Du Holt tills afternoon mid at
tempted to have tho ball of Mori
who stabbed IMIIor Sheba, Ion
tied but Hie com I decided Hint be
would not bo Justified In dcri casing It
It was originally fixed ill f.Vioo and
Mori lias not been nlilo to secure
bondsmen. A number of would be
bondsmen came Info court this nfter
ncMin. but iih tile law requires that the
surely la this case must equal double
Hie amount of Ihe bond thoy wero un
able lo git th(. vvoiild-bo ussn?sln of
Sheb.i out of limbo.
Nnkamurii, who jesteidn) changed
Ms plea of guilty on a charge of adult
fry, was sentenced lo two jeirs In
prison nnd costs by Judgo Woodruff
this morning. Two jears seems to be
tho accepted sentence) for offenses of
Tim trial of llutsutnro Tmidntiiu and
Tori .N'aknniiira (w) was commenced
this morning, tho following Juiors hav
ing been drawn to try the case W
. A, Iloweii, llnrry West, Jim. 1) Ken
l.edy, Philip Hire. Wm. II, Mcluerny
Win. A. Todd, Clins. I.. Sprlllks, J, S,
j Young Hnvln A. Hush. Alex. Mcltryde
II. i:. Webster nnd Wllllo Kwal Fong.
After the Juiors had been accepted
Ilreckons. who Is handling the case
for Ihe government, nsked that a nolle
prosequi be enleied against Tori Nil
kamiira nml that the Jury bo directed
to find a verdict of acquittal against
Vandal are defnclng tho Kiime
hnmchn memorial tablet which was
erected n short time back at the Nil
unnu Pall In remembrance of the
great battle that look place there
All the "Hill Jones" nnd John
Smiths" of tlie country hnvo been
seized with u deslio to carve their
names on tho tablet, and It Is (on
ncqucntly being rnpldly destiojed.
A curious find was made by A. O.
Dcn-c the other day when ho found
at Ihe beach a piece of coral that
looks exactly like a human hand.
The little finger Is missing, but oth
erwise the hand looks us If It wcro
tho real tiling petrified.
The final of the handball cham
pionship will be pla.vecl this after
noon, mid J. S. Xolt, vviio Ih not a
schoolboy, but an cinplojc of Hie
Telephone Company, will tt y con
clusions with Johnson.
Tho double quartet will sing nt tho
Catholic Church nt Walklkl on Sun
day next. Last Sunday their singing
wiih much enjoyed by thu largo con
negation which attended service.
Ml Dlu Soong was a nested Ibis nf.
lerniHiii by Hulled Slates Miirnh.it
Hendry on a ciiargn or perjury ami
will be examined by II. S, Commix
sinner Davis Liter in thu day.
Mary Cullen, as administratrix of
tho estiilo of Hjh ester Cullen, this
afternoon filed her first reports, she
charges herself with $205 and nsked
to bo allowed llS7.2.r,.
AN OCCASION TO INSPIRE,
"Tim poot was In a fine frenzy (
"On tho evn of composition?"
"Nope: on tho ovn of being paid off "
185 editorial rooms 25( busi
nets office. Then ari the telephone
number nf the Bulletin office.
MT- BULLETIN ADR PAY -mm
Congregntlnnnl party overlook this
nffnlr, which Is pure prejudice nnd
conspiracy on tho pait 'nf tho
proseculloners against one of
Amei lea's law-nbldlng ctLecns?
MAHY A. ATCIIHUI.KY.
Aug. 11, 1909.
1 B. R. House and Lot, Alewa.S 500
2 B. R. House and lot, Nuu.
anu Valley 500
2 B.'R. House and lot, Auwai-
2 B, R. House and Lot, Kapa
3 B. R. House and Lot, St.
Louis School 1,125
etc., etc., etc,
3 B. R. House and Lot, Kapalarna 12
P. E. R. Strauch
Waity Bide. 71 S. Kiug; St.
Fivc-le-Jroom house in ex
Very low rental to perma
Will nlso rent for summer
Bishop Trust Co.
A Hot Bath with
out having to burn
a lot of coal or wood
and keeping your
kitchen hot For
several hours is a
luxury enjoyed by
persons who burr.
Gas. The cost
of heating the water
by gas is' not above.
ALEXANDER YOUNd BLDQ.
Expert work at moderate nriccs.
Bcrgstrom Music Co., Ltd.
Odd Fellows' Eldp.
OAT & M0SSMAN.
Laces and Embroideries
They play four minutes on
the wonderful Edison Phono
graph and renroduce the
world's best music, son;; and
Hawaiian News Co.,
Alexander Youiir BIJp;.
Bicycle shop and general repairing
work. Specialty in nicklc, silver
and gold plated work.
KINQ, OrP. ALAFAI ST.
The Honolulu ClirUtlnn .Science
Society will bold sen Ire In rrnter
nlty ball, Odd 1'el lows' building, on
and nfter Sunday, August K, Morn;
lug service on Suuda at 11 o'clock',
and Wednesday cu'iilngs at S
o'clock. Tho leading loom Is open
dally except holidays In tlin tamo
I'lill from 10:30 a. m. to 12:30 p. in.
All nio welcome lo both services unit
leading moms. I'.lS.VCl
circJi a) Bulletin.
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