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CouUmietl From First Page. t" it i fTwt Hi then asked the bell's for the key, ami later told him t r ! ak open the door. Then he said: f".iis. If you don't open the door 1 i ko for the police." All this time " tv was no response from within. Th n camo tho command: "Gladys, if o. do not open the door I'll shoot," avj Gladys, if you don't come out I'll Voot you." Tlun the doctor got nround on the randah. In response to a question Mrs. Miner .i I bho had been humiliated almost i before her servants, more i'- She said she did not believe thf assaults on her were premeditated. l' t when in passion he gives way; did i, t believe it was a deliberate and pre-in Jitated policy, but an inherent defeat in the man; that it had become chronic. Mrs. Miner looked leniently and tenderly on this falling of her and, but added that her affections Lad alienated by his many acts i f i ruelty. It was not because of dif fi r in.es about money or her private . slate, but on further questioning she said she did not care for tho doctor now Thero was some legal sparring ovsr t' i lino of questions. Mr. Silllman ob ntlug and Mr. Mngoon contending that It was proper and important, but thy did not just then want to show thf application. Tho court allowed tho question, and Mrs. Miner said that at the prosont time she did not think she cared very much for the doctor; she could not tell how long this feel mg had existed, but that it had been grow ing on her steadily. She admitted that she had told him maw times that as she could not please him he had U tter get another wife. She said she could not fix the date or dates of her speeches to this effect, but she red she said it Mr Thompson: I presume vou meant Minor: Yes, I did. Then followed the sensatioH upon those present when Mr. S;llimaa made his startling accusation against Mr. "Magoon. This incident Is treated in a separate article in this morning's Republican. When the hubub had subsided the defense asked Mrs. Miner as to where she would reside If she got her divorce This went to the custody of the child. Gladys. An objection was raised by Mr. Silllman, but the court overruled It. Mrs. Miner then said: "If I were to consult my personal Inclinations I would live in England; I would not live in Honolulu. If left entirely to my free will I would not liva here, but under restraint of the court I would reside In the States and educate my child there. Mrs. Miner showed a decided repugnance to Honolulu. There was a pretty searching inquiry- Into this feature. and indicates a battle for the custody of the child. Then Mr. Thompson began to" question Mrs. Miner as to her "Just cause ui juaiin, v ivw mniu a t -S$s- Miner's long continued and most Intimate correspondence with a Mrs. bprowl, now resident in England. She lived here at one time and was a patient of Dr. Miner, since which time an intimacy has been maintained. Mrs. Miner admitted that so far as she knew, Mrs. Sprowl was a respectable woman this somewhat reluctantly. Mr. Silllman objected to this line of examination, but the court overruled the objection. Mrs. Miner said she had seen copies of such letters, but Mr. Thompson was not sufficiently clever to find out how she got possession of them. Then she said she thought she had a right to be jealous of one Mrs. an actress and singer, who came here with a dramatic company, though Mr. lhompson tried to show that she sang In the Central Union church. Mrs. Gillett went riding with the docto. and that and their relations displeased her. Mr. Thompson: Have you ever taken rides with men? Mrs. Miner: Yes. Mr. Thompson: Then the sin lsnt as big as it looked, unless there is a difference between actresses and other men. Mr. Thompson: Did you ever give Dr. Miner cause for jealousy? Mrs. Miner: I do not know. Mr. Silllman was then draw from Mrs. Miner .aat she belonged to the upper middle class In England, for which reason she opposed the marriage of her brother, who, she thought, was making a mesalliance; but by this she did not mean to intimate anything against the lady, it was merelr her acquired English ideas of the proprieties. In a sort of a clash it was developed that Mrs. Miner was living at the Hawaiian Hotel with her daughter, the bill for which is In abeyance. Judge Humphreys questioned her very close ly on this point. Also as to what her arrangement with her counsel had been. She said she had paid them $250, the court to fix the remainder of the fee. She informed him that she had contracted a few "not very large bills" in town. Judge Humphreys instructed her to secure all her bills and have them in court today, and said that during the progress of the trial he would question her farther on these matters. Judge Humphreys then asked It tho attorneys desired a night session, and the alacrity aad unanimity with which the lawyers arose to protest caused the court room loungers to smile audibly. "They reaaember last Right's said one f the loungers, "and do not want to make the speed la clearing the calendar that their outside protestations would lead one to think. That judge is Baking the heavy weights of the fear hmrtle. II all your judges would work like that few cases woale rrmala stadia. Adjournment until 19 'dock this morning was then taken. - Governor Dole and Land Agent Brown went to Waiaha yesterdiy morning to view a piece of land to I-e ". . , v. - THE HONOLULU REFUBUGLS, SATURDAY. N0YTMBE8 24. 1900. Sailor Leaped Overboard. A sailor from the British ship Yol.i jumped overboard yesterday as the vessel was about to sail on her outward voyage. A shore boat and another from the ship quickly went to the rescue and saved the man from drowning, after he had struggled in the water some minutes. He was taken aboard the ship'and was not allowed the opportunity to make another leap. It is supposed that he was trying to desert. U Geo. A. Martin Fashiaubli TaHor Room 3 Elite Bldg HOTEL STREET. Honolulu Iron Works Co Steam Engines BOILERS, SUGAR MILLS, COOLERS, BRASS and LEAD CASTINGS, and Machinery of every description made to ordsn Particular attention paid to ship's blacksmlthing. Job work executed on shortest notice. Oar New Stock of CHRI5TnI5 QO0DJ has arrived, including BRACELETS RINGS, PINS BROOCHES WATCHES Sterling Silverware, Etc BIART'S Jewelry, 04, Fort Street Contractors I Miters General Business AU ki of laborers' WfpHu CUBB STONES On IuukI ready to npplr. ' T. HAYASHI, IF YOU ARE IN DOUBT Just what to give your friends.for Christmas drop into our store, we will solve the question by showing you our Larch New Stock of Holiday Goods, such as new pieces'of Sterling Silver and Cnr Glass "Ware, "Watch, Bixgs, Beauty and Stick Pixs, Bracelets, Cuff Buttons, and in fact everything kept in n first class Jewelry Store. AVe have scores of beautiful things that exquisite taste says are exactly right for Chkistmas Gifts. "We are selling these goods at Coast Prices. We would be pleased to show you our stock whether you buy or not. M.R.COUNTER Love Building 532 Fort Street Stenographers Typewriters JEWELER YLISH AND UP-TO-DATE :Is our new stock of z Bedroom Sets and Sideboards We can say without a doubt that these are the handsomest goods ever shown in the furniture line in Honolulu. THE COYNE FURNITURE CO. Progress Block, Port St. R. W. ATKINSON Boom 11, Magoon Block, Merchant St. UnrtislHj utf If iml lent SELECT MPLOYMENT ORRICE HELP Office Clerks UEjLl .. Bookksspers . Etc. nranrra qname ImU. aaul Hcwsis aad Boo 1 WlflS i ) ramtibxl or CateoUafced $ Bwnaaw nat wi tB 7 8 tktt aa a f TV an brine moo kmHb he- riiMiniisi UMTJED. 618 Fort Street. First class rigs at fair prices. H. I. J. UfJUITI. Coaxra Bzacrjuni xxd Arairt OFFICE to 10 a., 2 to 4 r. m , and 7 to 8 r. n. SU2TDAY89 to 10 ju , 7 to 8- r. TELSPHOiTK 90C xss$s$$&$MS$K$:;mm SEATTLE IEER I llrMcbtariaBtUM $ mttk "CRITERION" MONUMENTS Marble, Granite and Blue Stone CEMETERY COPING Monuments lettered and cleaned Stoue yard, between King and Hotel on Alakea Street, SAFES . . . THE MOSLER Tho best In the world. Call and examine our stock. We have sold 250 SAFES since November 1st, 1899. HAWAIIAN IRIX FENCE 1 MONUMENTAL SO. 641 King Street CHOCOLATE Phone 602 J JBBPt. H jflaVaT 1 BON BONS. for Sal By LEWIS & CO., Grocers Sole Agents THEE HART & CO. (TilTTrtffI) TIE ELITE ICE MEM FMUB Fine Chocolates aad Coafeetioas, Ice Creua and Ices Water. FIRE ASSOCIATION . OF PHIMKlim ASSETS ,J3,3 J V. . ?-. mmmm , i .J. tf - , fijfe j'" NEWS WORTH READING L. B. KERR & CO., LTD.2 have much pleasure in announcing that they have been successful in purchasing at their own price a large portion of the stock of L. 0. Thompson & Co., 898-900 Broadway, N.Y., who made an assignment for the benefit of their creditors, on September 16. Our MR. KERR happened to be in NevYork at the time this stock was sold; but he had already purchased largely when this opportunitv presented itself. Notwithstanding this he made an offer B for suitable for this market which was accepted. We are now in a position to oner the iincst stock ot Dry boods ever brought to Honolulu at prices never Known before and probably will never be heard 01 again. There are bargains in every Department of this extensive stock. The following are only a few of the Leaders: DRESS DEPARTMENT Cotton Challies Beautiful patterns, fast colors 85 yards for $1 American Shirtings Guaranteed to retain color even if, 4 boiled in soda . -;;- 20 yards for $1 -, . . : Liberty Silks Black Grounds, White Floral Designs . 15 yards for $1 Ginghams Fast Colors, New Styles, Chccksand Stripes 14 yards for $1 French Organdies Lovely Goods, a quality worth 25 cents per yard; our price - Per yard. 10 cents Some extra superior lines. We will offer for " . 15 cents and 20 cents" Satin Parisienne We have a beautiful line of these goods; we could only get a few pieces: Dark Winter Shados, Rich Floral Effects; make a handsome waist 35 cents per yard i1 DOMESTIC DEPARTMENT In spite of the big rise in the Cotton Market, this purchase has enabled us to sell Goods in this Department cheaper than ever. Why pay an increase when we offer you special inducements? Turkish Towels We have over 3,000 dozen in stock; anyone can examine our books if they doubt the quantity. We had to take the lot or none. "Come and judge the value $1.00, $1.50, $1.75 $2.25 per dozen Bed Spreads No other house could ever come near us for value in these goods, but this purchase permits' us to do better than ever. We can sell them at 75 cents, $1.00 and $1.25 apiece Others may quote same price, but price is nothing; examine the goods. Shirt Waists Such bargains we can never get again they arc true fitting and of thc.ncwcst cut; Marvelous "Value. Our prices 50c. 65c. 75c. 85e. and $1 MEN'S FURNISHING DEPT HERE AGAIN WE SHINE. Gentlemen, if you don't know where our Store is ask the Ladies, they all know. " If you find it inconvenient to call before 5 p. m., our closing hour, step in at lunch time. We will be happy to show you the Goods. If you don't buy now, you are sure to do so when wantimr. We have the very newest styles in MEN'S HATS direct from N6w York. If you want a Hat come and look at ours, the price is half that of other stores, and the variety and style Men's Shirts Our customers ask us how we can sell them so cheap. We'll tell you. Where others buy 10 dozen we buy 100 dozen. We can give you good shirts at 45, 50, 65, 75 and 90 cents and up to any price you require and in any style. Our Golf Shirt (soft bosom) at 75 cents - cannot be bought elsewhere for less than $1.50... Men's Patent Elastic Seam Drawers, any size you want, our price 50 cents Tho finest stock of Neckwear in the city. Anybody who Studies their Own Interest, Must Buy From 13 KERR & CO. Ivtcl QUEEN STREET A rsi i J?' awawaVawawaVaT Brt i GAS I ELECTRIC CO., Ltd. MAGOON BUILDING, Corner Me chant and Alake Street. Oahu Ice & Electric Col ICE deltTercd bow to H rt ef tae city. OPWOKt IS"-.. r X - - - r Vsda .KBWALO. . . TOT OftDBM SOUCITED. eHiAf1lAIlKHAM; 4 r X If used as a school hows afce. 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