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EVENtNO nUt-LETIN. HONOLULU. T. H , WEDNESDAY, MC. 22, '0?
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Boys' and Girls Library by
Authors of Woi Id-Wide Repute
A Book Gratis
with a $2.50 purchase
SACHS' DRY GOODS CO.,
Cor. Fort and Beretania Sts
, Opp, Fire Station.
HUSBAND GRABS .
- ALL BAGGAGE
Bride Misses ' Alameda
And Bridegroom is
This morning when tho Alameda
sailed from Honolulu n weeping
bride was left on the wharf. The
lair one wbb not weeping on account
of hubby leaving her behind, but
for tho rcnBon that ho had planned
to 'leave on the ferry boat and Kre-
turn to Mother, leaylng h,ubby to
stay in iionoimu.
It appears that the couple were
married some two or three yertrs
ago and that shortly nfter marring
the wife found out that the husband
had several nasty habits that she ob
jected Jo. Incidentally It may be
remnrked that the husband claims
that the wife hag shown a giddy
trait or two.
However, as an extra big row had
occurred, Sheriff Jarrett was called
In to act as peace maker. From the
lady's point of view there was noth
ing doine In the neacemaklne lines,
and all she nsked Was that she be
allowed to depart on the Alameda.
The husband ugreed to this and
Informed (the Sheriff that till the
wife's baggage would be ready for
her to have expressed to the steamer
this morning. However, when at
about nlno o'clock this morning, the
wlfo went to her home she found
that all her boxes nnd trunks had
been spirited away by someone.
So much time was wasted In n
fruitless attempt to locate the bag
gage that the Alameda salted with
out the fair one. Then another vis
it was paid to Sheriff Jarrett, and
he was told of the affair. The gen
ial sheriff could suggest no other
way' out of tho difficulty than ' to
wait for the next steamer to tho
coast nnd to try lo locale tho miss
ing trunks, in, the meantime.
Meanwhlt). hubby Is grinning
cheerfully and, refuses to tell where
he hid the baggage; the wife Is
wondering where she can get n
change of clothing, nnd Sheriff Jar
rett Is worrying over the fact that
he will have tho couple to pester
him for a few weeks more.
A solemn requiem mass nns held, at
tho 'Roman Catholic Cathedral this
morning nt 10 o'clock, In honor of Ieo
pold II, Into King of IlelRlum. The
Right Reverend Libert, Illshop of tho
diocese, officiated, assisted by Fathers
Mathias, Stephen nnd Andrew. Tho
cathedral, as well as tho catafalque
was draped In black as a mnrk of re
spect to tho lato King. Tho chief
mourner was Robert P. Lnngb, vice
consul for Belgium, followed by A. do
Bousa Canavarro, tho Conaul General
for Portugal, Tho representatives of,
nearly all the grent powers or Europe
and Asia' wcro present. Including thd
Drltlsli, Japanese, Chinese nnd Oct
man Consuls nnd Vlco Consuls. Ad
miral Reos was also present, as was
also Collector E. R. Stackable.
'Tho congregation of tho cathedral
had not been notified nt last Sunday's
services, consequently there wcro very
fow of tho outside public present. Tho
choir was led by Father Valentin,
while, Father Ulrlch presided at tho or
gan. The serlco opened with Gre
gorian ntUBlc. Tho Ulshqp, preceded
by tho assistant priests, Issued from
tho sacristy to tho altar, tho mass
being then sung.
Mora than 3.Q00 books which the
police hay (hnvo been stolen from
public libraries In New York City
were found by detectives In a Brook
lyn boarding house. Many of the
books nro old and rare nnd the value
of the booty s placed at $10,000.
.Bulletin Bmineit Office Phone 8M.
UnlWIn WHtnrfal Wftnm Winn IRS
SEES COMET 'WITH
Oakland, .Dec. 12. Prof. Charles
Burekhatter, nctronomcr at the Chabot
obsorvatory, Klevcnth nnd Jefferson
streets, observed ltnllcy's romot for
half an hour last night through the
Chabot telescope. Ho caught Right of
the celestial wanderer at 7:10
and gazed at the phenomenon until
tho sea fogs obscured his view.
'The comet will bo visible from hero
until wny next spring," said the ns-
"Its gcnoral position Is n little south
I of a lino drawn from tho Pleiades to
ltlio Hyndes. Ithas been vUlble to
'largo telescopes for some time, nnd I
tried to catch the cpmet two weeks
ago. Just after the Inst moon, but the
i sides wcro not clear enough. All that
Is required for a sight of the comet
now Is favorable atmospheric condi
tions. The position of the comet will
be,relatlvcly unchanged to the earth
for Bomo time.
"Last night was an exceptionally
propitious moment to seek tho comet.
My vision of It wpo so distinct that I
narrowed tho aperture of the teJeB
cope down to flvo Inches and studied
the comet closely. It was my first
glimpso pf Halloy's comet and I gain
ed a fair gcnoral estimate of Its char
acteristics. .This is the first time to
my knowledge since tho comet be
came visible that It hai been located
with a small telescope. It cm bo
easily distinguished with tho larger
telescopes. The chief thing is tho
alio of tho apcrlurp.
"As Boon ns tho weather clears 1
will throw tho observatory open and
glvo public observations of tho comet
carh evening until tho moon becomes
56.C00.CCO Milts Away.
Princeton, N. J., Dec. 12. rtftj-slx
million miles nway front the eprlli
140,000,000 miles from tho sun mid
inoro than thioo times ns Inige ns the
earth In diameter thoso tire facts
Hint havo becu determined by Znc-
chetts Daniel, 1308, a graduate student
of Princeton university, about1 tho now
comet dlscqvcrcd on December C,
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long alter ajes and fphions have changed. , '
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generally due to a long established reputation for selling high class goods,
and to the confidence of the public.
We believe most people )n Honolulu if they had their choice would
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