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OMLY I'ACII-IC UOMALEliClAL. AJL V liliTISEK, SEPTEMliWt 11. 1S1K5. w I li I 14 1 n ?- J! ' i t I 'V' t 1 3 I ,s . . . ji , ;fl: fir t , DIV011CE DISCUSSED. MRS. FRANK LESLIE CAN SPEAK ON THE SUBJECT EX CATHEDRA. 7 ill' t V; iVl! it A Conundrum Without an Answer Three Cla. r AVivr The Dog In the Man-Sr-Thoe Wlio Have the night of tte- Copyright. Ly American Pros Associa tion.! r.ltV.v.-'h v.J: f!. 1- T IS always a pretty sure siirn that a subject is alive and although much dis- cussed never settled when it Lf-ojjn com ing up for f r-sh s is always receiving fre-h but To: i:.; f. wo-ild 1,.. r:. O.i: v:,uM i-: f f r-!-r.i-'M a t-nbjtct like thi !' i tii !' 2"-t ;.!: 1 of s-jxnany hutii.m b it has m-A'-tA-.Ay in hv ireiioral asi-;-rt i :; .f and j-r'l"-sit y. Two persons marry. IVi 'aaj th y a:-? in tliO !;r-t J':;-ii of youth, with all sort .4 of ro.-.o colon-d i.lcaU ooiifi'k-ntly --t forc th'-ir f-yos, or ifrhai3 thry ar .'i.Mfr, aii'l liaving alr-aly known s.-rrw ar.l di.-aiiointm?nt anl tlirilhi-ijiii.-'Xiit fancy they have at last foun-1 a oora j anion who-o ?yraxa.thy an-1 co:nral:' 5 uii) arc to mako up for r vrr:;: tlcal of what U forever lost. In 'ur c.i?o the contract, at loa.t on the :.; iu's part, i.s malo with full intent ic falSllini; it3oUi.atioi55. Sho rep-:.: h?r vow of constancy "for hettrr. f-r wcrs-?, for richer, for icrer. in tickn :-s i anl health, till -j;itIi tlo us part," with a senso of joyful fH'curity an l certainty. Th-?lrift-in- ii over, tho lone-lineps an'l forIornnc-53 T.-i-t. Xivf r. newer ai'ain will : ho rtr.ml , - threaa- cussions anl settleinonts. 3Ien do not earnestly and an-rily dis cuss tho question of tho nun rising in the east, although, to Ikj sure, it is not ver longRinco a projhet aroso in Pennsyl vania to deelaro that the earth is station it ry and tho feun rvolrant, lut as a gen eral thing that subject a3V.ell as tljefact that two and two make four has n settled and lail away somo time .sin:.-" along v.-ith tho veraciou.-noss of George Vashington and tho supremacy of the American eagle over all thefov. l tliitfly. Ainoni; these ever to bo dchattvl and never settle J. .vabjects there is nr-t one, t-.-pecially in jur own country, so impos .sible to decide1, v.o l:eenly debated, so ve hemently tb.-cided first on the one sido and thfi on the other, as divorce. A large body of persons, and many of them among the very lest and wisest of our peiple, clergymen, statesmen and leaders of public thought, havo banded themselves in an antillvorco league, pledged to tis their b.t endeavors to procure a uniform divei ee law in all onr states, and that law to be of the most stringent, only allowi lg divorce fcr tho Scriptural offense, and even in that caso not without final roof and .great " protracted effort. 0"3 prone, to Our English con-; ja?- and as fond of tho conservof, J' '':ro c,f" red bee f, until re.ltar-J'b!i.shuiri:t of Sir Crpssweir d ec court have tried thia m-Ahod of "V 0l'il10" uVox divorce, and jw it in the twilight murmuring that bare yet ever new lament: My bark's upon a tlarklin cea. Ar.'l no or.e Jtanils in-. Anil ii'jono ituimI the lu lra fur Ami no otic cares to yude iik. And tho man, if ho be a truo and hon orable man. as he turns from tho altar t. lls himself that in this hour a new lif 3 must br-gin for lam the- old follies and vices must be forsworn, tho old com panions forgotten, the old crooked ways bo made straight and clean. IIo has promised to 4ilove, cheri di and protect" this woman "and forsaking all others keep himself only unto her so long a3 both shall live" solemn words and a large promise, but he means it allat least wo will hope most bridegrooms do. They go home, and lifo begins, and for some, perhaps one-half of those wedded couples, theearly promise and the solemn vows become realities at least, we will sav. annroximato realities and time, tho effacer and tho reconciler, smooths over tho shortcomings and buric3 th-s memory of those lofty ideals and brings a certain cynical philosophy into the lifo coir.- r. . "Vi:cn try aavice to tnat woman i?, r.pp- al to the law for a re- b: a- f r m i union which has Ufon-.o a j-l.iv.ry: annul the contract broken and d'.-sp.-d l.y the other contracting party; -fr.-.- l.v. rv 1 ral cov-naut is made dept nd- i.t iip.jii t: (Dcucral 3tcrrtifnirnt5. ?:w GOODS lit IV O ) f .shill hi r is rl- mutual hi ne.-ty and pood covenant' r.-, and if one fails s ftipnlated obligation the i.-.s.-d, often with a compen- .iition f r his disapr..iiitment. Is not marriage a contract worthy of r.s much protection as the copartnership agreement of a Cm cf grocers or bro kers? Let us do nothing cither rasidy or v.ith too much prejudice or conservatism. Let us. if we would achieve success, seek "the happy middling" between these two extremes. While harmless as doves do not let us forget to bo also wise as serpcnt3. Real Estate Agency NO. 519 FORT STREET. To Let. es;;.i " IloifPS on Berelania Street. 2 llouses on Foit Street. 1 House, Alakea Mret, next Pacific Club; rent $-'5 p-r month. 1 IIo:ie, B-retania street, near Piikoi ; G rooms, baili, etc. ; $20 per month. 1 House, 1'iiima Square. 1 Store, iNuuanu Sireet. T1I.E? FOll Fl,o!R And for IVcorating 1'arposes; M atttno cr all Kinds, Manila Cigars. Chinese Fire Crackers, Buckets tied v. combs, Japanese irovision aim Hind-painted Porcelain Dinner Set. A few of dose r.ne nacd-erabruidexed SILIC and STIIS 6CIIEENS, EBONY FRAMES, Atsorted color3 and patterns of Crepe 8iik Shawls. Elegant Tete-a te Cupe and Saucers. A fine lot of KU l l'S AND ACCESSOR E A few at Vacw har.dy Mosquito Urr.a, Also, an acoortn-ent of ncir styles of Rattan Chairs? and Tables A.iau, a small aelecti.n cf J A PA KKoH WO Oil AN & CO. No. 2 Nuuanu Street. For Sale Several de?irab!o and so makes of it not wT " -pect- it ieet cieen. td not wr, V , I,ia"netI hllt omo- . Also, a Valuable- . . ,.lullUaifi; .-iiiiirac- I '"A hi mo oea-t 01 rri .ineasiasgooa n.stnelivesof other E. and- peopio around about, enough, let v.3 say. Out of this great mn i . l-,iru r. lev.-, a-verv f . couples who do really fulull tl una mo jitst w-iat tlxey had just wnat they had planned. -yes, well mankind married ' :r ideals ResidenccsJ" clas3 local ions. imr irouganpjf. Lot OJ1 Reretania Street, ; V , i.oi uo it. irontase and Block of Brick Build- tne Uitv. BOAKDMAX. A cent. I Newspapers ?C f t v 0 r c r 1 1 c i : ' n t t ICCCIVCI per S. Australia A LARGE ASSORT.M KNT -Or C3-EN'T"c3 Eurni siring Goods ! Selected pc 'the S sonally by oiu-Mr. n. TREGLOAN. now in .a'cs, and embrace all the latest styles now i;i vogue throughout the United States and Kurope. Low Prices Our Motto! JS An inspection invited. See our show windows. -o- H. S. it WILY AND WEEKLY TBEGLOAN & SON Merchant Tailors and Furnishers. . JlZ1! ' Sold aTver-diU nrl sales, I ruulxs. tc. "-ja,i wello retail. ' CLrnrral rcrttcfuirnvj COAL At McKir.k-v 1 'rk'OM DKPAUTUHi: HAY STOVE COAL At $12 n ton JLO1 Delivered to any part of Hono lulu FRXK. IIUSTACE & CO. &Kin op No. 414 on Both Te! pbones. 3172-tf THE HAWAIIAN GUIDE BOOK 1892. 1892. 4H S3S2 ff Bicycles Arrived ! JOHN JSTOTT, ILLU8T11AT1CD TOUJUSTS' lil!U)K Throoeh tho Hawaiian Islands Have Yoa Property KUOKOA IMPORTKIt you do i.Vliitu.vnu look- COMPAY or I.U4 h K-d, , w , 1fc.fc 1 'liiiiiii 1. 4 n vuatnoxnost fortunate result.. Look, fnlly satisfied and go al;(,:it the u-Id ;SUC?r Vfc ho lif3 of or- i:!i'-. rftin- over lheir on hanpius r.V 1 rllil? S"lX hlv''hal :.Ir. Lvxv fatintm-itia tho faces of other n.-oi.V- free from his profli-ate win-, ho and ma fashion that v.-onld l, e.va.-.4aA -J.ary Ann Evan.? vronld in,-,. 1 if it vrero not r n-.iiv.tip ae ne a nuietiv KjarriMl irr-.i : a.. , - tho great novelist vould not havo left npon Lernaxno a fitain v.-hich, liowv-.vr affection and respect mav -ild il r,. maina precisely the aimo stain attr-d-in-to tho name of any other woman vrK. lives with a man loyally married to an other woman. Or look at Charles Mor dannt whom tho English law refu-(1 to set freo from a woman whose e--cessea had driven her to inanity On that trial and from other Sources it has been all too plainly proven ih-U tho rigid English law of divorce of no years ago did not succeed in Kiiari'in tho sanctity of tho marriage covenant or the ,ionor and peace cf tho famih-"-moro effectually than tho latest of onr western stnt . " amiijnz, sua 10 pav a divorce is moro easily procured in Lou don than in New York our jdte 1 especially rigid in this respect, aud"?x iwk uivorco smirfhin"- rinV-o, character of tho ono ac-nint v-!,r. judgment is rendered and forhiddin aosequen: marriage hv tho ofrrnm,, party. In some parts of tho far west it U taid ono may get a divorco for almost anv conceivablo cause. I do not vouch for tho exactness of this statement, hut can well Lchevo it after somo "incident of travel" in tho west. Among these was a brief companionship wiUi a young girl of 1 years hailing from Chicago." After half an hours acquaintance thi youn lady, who was as pretty and as sillv rs any girl I havo ever met anvwhere, con fidedo mo that she and "Charlie" made two of a party to visit Milwaukee for the day, and as the theater -kept late" they missed the train they had planned to tako home. In this dilemma some one suggested that tho voung men had fUCf urry me girls, and then it would bo quite correct to go to a hotel. Three couples accepted tho proposition, and eho and Charlie becamo man and wife after an acquaintance of r.boui a fort night. "And where is Charlio now?" ventured I, seeing that tho poor child was evident ly alone. "Oh, he's at homo in Chicago," replied she carelessly. "lie's in a store and don't get enough to buy his salt, let alone my hats. I reckon 1 11 stop cast nwhiio with somo friends and then get a di vorce. "U o wero only fooling when wo got married, you know, and we don't get along hrst rate anyiiow." "And what do your parents sav about it?" asked I. But the girl tossed her head in pretty scorn at the idea of parental interference. "I gness they haven't got umeh to run about it. Pa'.s gone off to Mexico or somewhere, and ma's just got married again and is glad to be shut 'of me. Reckon I can paddle my own canoe with out their help." Xow, between tho laxity which ren ders such a story as this possible and I assure you it is absolutely a true story and the rigidity which drtvo George Lewes and Mary Ann Evans,, o open de fiance of law there lies a vat distance. a nappy medium, wherein, t my mind, tho true solution of tho p-Ablem lie yAvi ugam remimis mo on -.t joke first narrated and tb""- explained to ne oy a "get,.u.,iu irom Boston" dur ing my late western tonr. Tl fv-H-. it A. T f a.u ccx-ius mac i-roressor Agassiz. with ioxuoomer icamea pundits of Boston was unwrapping a recently imported inummy and disputing as to its Kin- tnat oi a priest, a fact presently estab lished l.y their ccmingnpon the mummv ct an ibis m the midst of the swathings of the human mummy, wherennon A"as siz triumphantly exclaimed: "Veritas, in metlias res tutissima ibis!"' By way of coming down softlv from these Athenian heiglits I will add "to this anecdote ono from my own experience wore familiarly illustrating the same theory. I was having my" photograph taken by a very charming foreigner, re cently acquainted with the " English tongue, and he, after various efforts to get tho proper expression upon my face, exclaimed: VXot too severe and not too smiling, This Time for divorce as near akin to murder or sacri lege or madness. Thoy cannot in tho least understand how anybody once ad mitted to the paradiso "of matrimcnv could ever wish to leavo it or to drive their other self out of its dear inc-io va-e They speak with bated breath or with uplifted eyebrows and whispers of holy horror and dismay as they wonder what strange sort of beings thoso may be. and finally giving up the gloomy conundrum turn with a sigh of relief to thv tw,. , ' " 11- e. into eacii other's arms and "thank with brief thanksgiving whatever pow ers may be" that they are not like other men. Returning to that great class of mar ried people who just get on after a fash ion, with a good deal of bickering and a good many spoken or unspoken doubts lo wneuier marnago is worth whilo or not, wo find them also or.nosed t.- di vorce, but from a different standpoint than two little clique of paradisians" just descnood. They thoroughly recognize why gome people wish to bo divorced. They are moro or les3 franklv conscious of occasionally wishing to bo so them selves, but they havo never said soalou 1 and tho bitterness of their opposition to this mode of relief is that they do rot car to sea others rid themselves o? a burden which thoy have made iiT tl r minds to bear. It is just the dog in tho manger over again. ! can-t cat this closer, ami so you shan't," savs the Co lu aau someiimrs theo;; i:-, scared away and gives up his proposed ban quet. "If I can get along with Tom. I im agine you can with Dick, and so can vo l vath Harry," say. one of their phiioso- x. w.v..u jiv.o wn; are v,-mreri'i" about divorce, and then, warming with her topic, she reads them a lecture upon the sinfulness and the sh.i?nefniT,c - " --o mo general uep-ravity of tho woman who mseener nam? "dragged through a tuvorce court ' and the dntv r.f . - w' v. a wne to submit with patience and sweet iy -r marriage lot, whatever it may iurn out to lv, and if she cant re form her husband io win him over hv the exhibition of her o-.vn virtue? rnti1 he falls in love with goodness and for- saKes vice, r.ud -all goes harm--after." Yes, these diseeutontod and nately "staying" wives are tho bitf-rct and most virulent opposes of divorco and do very possibly eifoet fomeood bv dragocning tivir i'eehler listers' into a sn bin? j, t li.it ,i :,, r.. , a half bittir, half imlifrcnt'aoui-s-ence in a fat.? very different from what was hoped and yet not too bad to bo en dured with some rort of r.hilosonhierd content. To wives of this class in fact of all three of ike classes just described I say: Stay wr.erj yon are. Bo satisfied with th? trying pan nna aort jump into the lire. Bear thilT-; v,t, ,t , all that you can to alleviate them Above all, if you have children, sacrifice your own worn r-r.d wcr.rv life to their frcsn young promise. A woman who has borne a child has in a manner Pledged he--. If to b-ar fcr that child Boys and Girls 16 B all Hoy's IJicv icycles - With a combined nn-.i,ii, t .. ,.,, 1 Furnish the best medium for jmvuxusiDg in the Hawaiian language, and are the only 'vgiuiuu juuuin fJoiirnals. Advertisements and subscnptions received at the office of the r , Jinwiumn GazeHe Co., 46 Merchant Stseet, Honolulu. 'ro to sell f An lrire Insurance , . J r so"no (lesirablo laud ""Qitn. Prloe infloDoluIo. CO CentHj.cra i CUSHION TIRES AT $40, 850, $60, $70 ARRIVED P2R S. S. AUSTRALIA. Hawaiian Stamps WANTED. F u I AY CASH, FOR EITHER i .large or small quantities of need ll Jzn tv2?n? are ludred and an, sraau, at tho same rates ) 1 cent, violet , 1 cent, hi ' 1 cent, green.. S7"Don't wait and "g.?t left." These aro bargains. S451-5k AOFNT. ever rn 5 lie Planters LUUIJIJIJ Tallo o! Contents or Wept. Departed creat strength comes from a luV.vv brr. den woK brrno Tiiat .s . li Italnn women acquire their oueeni; Notes. Hawaii's Conservatory of Polynesian Rears Ancient and Modern Eii.Iy and Late Grinding Our tor un.ite Isles. me ,Mory of Hairaii'a 1 oresis, erdnre and H;iina Crystallizitiotj in Movement. 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INFANTS' DE- Compaii WhiM thankful to the Planters for . Kiicruas nupiKjrt duiinif tno paht year, do now offer a Jew tons cf Various Grades of Fertilizers Still remaining on hnd. and ready tor immediate delivery : Complete iiiKh Grade Fcrtilirn, FISH GUANO, . . . """"u u -a 111 I3ilf 1 HI out, Wtta of hknla and Dried Klood ' D. , , - i UIUWJ, fMISIDER$. WK OFi-Kii 1-Oii roise Cut there is still rm.i. i... . , :iro-n.n.i ...1 - viuJ, .1 "uure: io whom I r. . i . i n'-!-. . . ' . . i . tvonifn vathout children and orations csccr-t tho m arriU vCs wh;ch have been ilnncr back upon them shattered and sailed bv l-.i S STrorn to hold them sacred and inviolate so Ions r.s ye both shall live." Wh " this day comes to r.nv V .J v,hen she fin-ls hor home ruined I cr womaimood insulted, h-r ,7f ' f outraged: who, "i'- tions. her tears, brr i!'1 o""-u, , nen sne sees tI-T not proffer v-onld rather o.ia .am m 2 io. cansat f i.5(, f.Jr ioz PohaJellyinllb.cansat s 50 pS? &z Gn.iva .Tc-Ily in 1 lb. caps at 2.50 feT doz." THE CHTLDREN'.? AVn A Li-; AT THE "aiiU Has not been ncCted. 0TIR . TAhCY GOODS DEPARTMENT China Ora: anu Vzr&& Jam, (this ii a very eaperior article), in 2 lb ct?i.0 per dozen. cans 314:K;rj . '.iNKINCi CO., Kea'akekua, Kcna, Hawaii, II. 1. G1ZITTE Is as complete a3 ever. It will be impossible to describe or enumerate all that we have, but request yon to step in and see for yourself. "Ka Maile" begs to annoance'that the Dry Goods Department will be under the management of Mr. W R .. Xicholg, late of New York. 3-in-ff " Merchant St., Honolulu. rnimd Ue., pre-de- MISS BURROW1 PLAffl AID FAffCY ITOT1IG PROMPTLY AND NEATLY EXECUTEB Iure Raw Hone Meal Coral Lim Htont. Having diPfosed of Lur Quaititien oi pared to receive orders lor iS?J livery in quantities to euit. ' 2Ttte will eive tendpra f, CCTWhil mnv;- . 1893. rive r," ur orders fo orders to ' vr Eenu y0"' A. F. COOKE, Manager Hawaiian FertilmW Hr HAWAIIAN s PorJc PacJciug C The HhKJve Company is pre,t to buy HAWAIIAN, Bookb: 1 T dire- can do nothing to elevate tho man who pe-iS ently de-rad-s himself and .iJ'ul down with him; vchen th, fears th blows may be added to .enrsu and kCCO C7NT-HOO K MAN UFACTUKED to any raiiern, including the SiiDply ivu.ki.:, iiiiiiinsr. famine irt? r-- itlDC Por.Jn, iTiiam-, Letter ;:ral?iSAGAZIP BOUND to 'essmaking Rooms 99 HOTEL STREET. Prices lower than elsewhere in Hono lulu Latest styles as worn in Indot and Pans. A specialty of Washing Dresi finish! Wrk EeatIy 3nJ jUy Send a copy of this week's Ha wait an Gazette with your letter. 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