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Boys' and Girls Library by
Authors of Woild-Wide Repute
I A Book Gratis
with a $2.50 purchase
SACHS' DRY GOODS CO.,
Cor. Fort and Bcrctania Sts.
Opp. Fire Station.
SEES COMET WITH
Bride Misses Alameda
And Bridegroom is
This tnnrnliiR when tlio Ahiinccln
Bnllcil from Honolulu n wcoplnB
lirlilo was left on tho, wlinrf. Tlio
liilr one was not wopplnB on account
of hubby leaving her behind, but
for the. reason that she hail planned
lo'lenvo ou tlio ferry boat and re
turn to mother, leaving hubby to
May In Honolulu.
It appears that the couplo wcro
married Koine two or .three jenrs
ngo and Hint shortly after nmrrlago
Iho vlfo found out that the husband
liml-scvcrnl liasty habits Hint she ob
jected to. Incidentally It may ,bo
remarked, tiat tho husband claims
that the wife has shown a giddy
trifH, or two.
However, as nn extra big row(lintf
occurred, Sheriff Jarrett was called
In lo net its pence., maker. From tho
lady's point of view there was noth
ing doing In tho peacemaking lines,
nnd nil sho asked was that sho bo
nllowcd to depart on the Alameda.
Tho htisbniul agreed, to this nnd
Informed th Sheriff (hat, all tho
wife's bnggago woiild be ready for
her to hnvq, expressed to the steamer
this morning. However, when nt
about nlno o'clock this morning, tho
wlfo went to her homo she, found
that all her boxes and trunks had
been spirited ,nvay bj; Komcone.
So much time wns wasted in n
fruitless attempt to locato tho bag
gage that the Alameda sailed with
out tho fair ono. Then another .vis
It wns paid to Sheriff Jnrrctt, and
ho was told of. tho affair. Tho gen-
In I sheriff could suggest no other
way out of tho, difficulty thau , to
wait for tho next steamer to tho
coast and to try to' locato tho miss
Ing trunks In the meantime.
Meanwhile hubby Is grinning i
cheerfully nnd refuses o tell wheri 0(lk ,12.,-rrof., diaries
l.o hid tho baggage; iho wlfo ' Vrclchnlicr, nct.onomcr at tho Cliabot
womlerlng where riio ea.n get a ol)Ecrvat . iaovellUl am, Jefferson
change-of clothing, and Sheriff .Tar- obwrvd Hallcy's comet for
felt Is worrying over tho fact that . .. nM .,,,. . . ..,. ,..,., ,.,.
. tit 4 17 .a . nun tin, ivui ii. isifeiifc ini uu.yi mw
ho will havo tho couplo to pester CnauoUol cf,r0,lc. Ho caught sight of
him for a few weeks more. ,h(J cclcslal wnndcrer"nt 7:K,
nnd gazed at tho phenomenon
tlio. sea fogs obscured his view.,
'Tho comet will bo visible from hero
until wny next spring," said tho astronomer.
Its general position Is a little south
of a lino drawn from tho I'Iclados to
, A solemn requiem mass was held at tn0 Hyndcs. It has been visible to
,tho Roman Catholic Cathedral this n'rK0 telescopes for boiho time, nnd I
.morning at 10 o'clock, In honor of Leo- i,i,i i r.irii iim mnwi in w..n!t
) poht II. lato King of lielglum. Tho aeo j8t after tho last moon, but tbu
, Illght Ilcyercnd Libert, Dlshop of tio uics were not clear enough. All that
i dloeeso, officiated, nsslsted by Fathers I, reoiilrr.,1 for n tilcht of thn comet
Mathlas. Stephen and AlldroW. TllOlnnw l fnvnr.-.bln nlmmnhnrln rnn.ll. !
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lions, me po3iuon oi mo comet win
bo relatively unchanged to tho earth
cathedral, as well as tlio cntafalquo
was draped in mack as a mnrx orje
sped to tho Into King. Tho chief
mourner was Robert 1 Laugc, vice
oonsulifor Ilolgum, followed by A.'do
Sousa Cnnnvnrrb, tho Consul General
for Portugal, The representatives, of
nea'rlyalljiho great jxiwcra of Europe
nnd Asln yero present, Including' the
.IrHlsh .Tapnncso, Chinese and Ger
man Consuls nnd Vice Consuls. Ad
miral Itces was also present, as was
also. Collector K. It. Stncknblo.
Tho congregation of Iho cathedral
hnil not been notified nt last Sunday's
services, consequently llicro wcro very
tow of tho outsldo public present. Tho
choir 'was led by .Father Vnlontln
while Father Ulrlch presided at tho, or
gan. The scrvlco opened with Ore-
for soma time
"Last night was an exceptionally
propitious moment to seek tlio comet.
My vision of It wan so distinct that I
nnrrowed tho aperture of,, the telps
c'opo down tb flvo Incites and studied
tho comet closely. It was my first
glltnpso of Hallcy's comet nnd I gain
ed n fair gcnoral estimate of Its char
acteristics. This Is the firt.t tlnio, to
my knowledpo slnco tho comet be
came visible that it has bv"eu locat.cd
ih n small lulcscopo. It can bo
easily distinguished with tho larger
telescopes. The chief thing Is tho,
s!zo of tho aperture.
"As soon ns tlio wontlier clears I
will tlfrow tho observatory, open and
Borlnn iniislc. Th.. IllHhopj)rccedctl givo public obccrvntlono of thq comet,
.., ...i ..nr. a. ...... ...ioin, i"OT nuiu 0arii ovcnliig until tho moon becomes
mo sacristy iu mo nuar, mo maBS full."
sp,coo,c:o Miles Away.
Princeton, N. .1., Dec. 12. Hfty-slx
million miles nway from tho earth.
being ihen, s'unK.
More than 3,00.0 books which ,lho
police fcay havo been stolen from
.public libraries n New York City
A);ero foypd, by detectives In a llrook
lyn boarding lioiisc. Many of tho
books aro olil nnd raro and the value
of the,hpoty Is placed nt $10,000.
.Bulletin Buim'eu Office Phone 25fl,
WntMin TMitnrisI "Rnnm Thnnn 1B.V
ii6.uuv.voo miles from tho auu mid
more than three times as ln'.;a na the
CRrth In diameter thcsQ rrs facts
that havq been determined by Zac
chens Daniel, 130S, a graduate student
nf Princeton unlvernlty, about the now
comet discovered ou Dcaembbr 0.
BULLETIN ADA PAY '
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Tha r 'sjhelnitial Payment
When you buy furniture of us on
the installment? plan, 10100 paid,
down arid'? 10.00 per month will
furnish your home.
Qunlitv hprft i tie btfyli ae n,,
terms arc easy and prices low.
COYNE FURNITURE COMPANY
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'Hawaiian Iron Fence and Monument Works
'.T TO YOUNG BLDU.. 176-190 KING STREET.
. The F. Thomas Parisian Dyeinir Works, San Francisco, are scientifio y
FRENCH LAUNDRY. J. Abadic. Prop. A0EN,TS.
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$1 -a Y!eap , .
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A store ';that hassbld Jft.h-Class
Goods for over 20 Years is a
Good Place to go when 'vou buy
is the gift' for Christmas. There is something
pcrsonlil nSout it that appeals ,to everyone.
It has charm, and sentiment arid wilf'scrVc
- "' j, as. reminder of the giver to be treasured
long after 'styles and fashions have changed.
There is always 'some one Jewelry store in a city this' size that en
joys the advantage of being considered ''the best -(place to go." This is
'generally due to a long established reputation'for selling high class goods,
and to the 'corifldence of the public.
We helievc most people in Honolulu if they had their choice would
prefer to have their1 gifts comcj from iCHMAN'S.''
'ThVye'ar as in the past we have given careful attention to the
''sele'ctibn'ofonr large stock of Christmas 'jewelry. ,
We will'be'glad to 'have you come to us for suggestions: 'We know
we can' please you. . '
H. F, Wiciiimaii
. & Qa'Ltd,-'.,
Leading Jewelers .
'MuHK lr '9a?UVluHTjnLSvSKbl
The Brownie Family
Give Browsiie Cameras
To the Children
To Grown Folks -
Kodak supplies-and accessories of every
kind for Kodaks
Island Views and Calendars
Honolulu Photo - Supply
v Fori Street, near Hotel
" Everything Photograpliic "
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ia. .t-jaasiji'. v ji.-iAl , keiiiriBBwib ij$4dto,iiato..