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HONOLULU, HAWAIIAN ISLANDS: FRIDAY EVENING, NOVEMBER 17, 1893. SIX PAGES.
VOL. I.
NO. 2 ex)
OFFICIAL WftECTORY.
I K..MS10N l. OOVKRNMKNT Otf THK
HAWAIIAN ISfcAltD.
K.KTTIVK "I NCI I..
H hole, PrMMkfAt .if the I'mlvsloattl HOV
wmuent 01 the Hawaiian Inland. aM
Minister ol Foreign Affairs.
I A. King, Minister of Ihe interior,
s. M. Demon, Mlnlitar o( Finance.
W. O. Sinilli, Attorney -Uencral.
Anvisonv DUUHCHI
f M. RMOh, Vice-1'renlrtent of the Provis
ional (iovernment of the Hawaiian Inland.
( veil mown. K. I). Tenny,
.lohn Nott, 0. Bolte.
F W. MoClwaney, W, F. Allen,
ttmm C Morgan, Henri Watenoaaa,
Ed.BUhr, A. Yotnuf.
J. P. Memlonca, W. C. Wilder,
.loliu Kminelntli.
(., t. Rogers. Secretary Executive and Ad
visory Councils.
SlPllFME L'OUHT.
Han A. F. .Tlldd, Chief Justice.
Hon. R. F. Hlckcrton, First Associate Justice.
lion. V. E. Frear, weconrt Associate Justice.
Henry Smith. Chief Clerk.
Fred Wun.lenluiiK, Deputy Clerk.
Ueorgl l.ucas. Second Deputy Clerk.
1. Walter Jones, stenographer ,
ClHCt'lT .iCIXIKS.
First Circuit . B. B. Cooper. V. A. Whlttof,
oahu.
Second Circuit ! A. N. Keimikai.
Third and Fourth Circuits: S. L. Austin.
Fiflli Circuit : J. Hardy.
Uffleea and Court-room In Government
Building, RtM Sireet. Sitting in Honolulu i
rirel Monday In Fehruary. May. August and
November.
DieTRtCT Cotmr.
Police si at Ion Balldlug, Merchant Sireet.
A.O. M. Etobertaon, Magistrate.
James Thompson. Clerk.
I ll'.l'A HTM I'.NT OK FollMON A KKAIIIS.
Offloa in (iovernment Building. King Htreet.
His Kxcellency Sunford B. Dole. Minister of
Foreign Attain,
lico. C Potter. Chief Clerk.
v. Horace Wright, Bd. stiles, clerks.
Dki'AHTmknt 01 tiik Intkiuoh.
Omca In (Iovernment Building, King Street.
Ills Kxcellency J, A. King. Minister of the
Interior.
Chief Clerk, John A. llasslnger.
Assistant Clerks. James B. Boyd, M. K.
K. ohokalole. James Aholo, Stephen Malia
nln (leorge 0. Ross, Kdward S. Boyd.
Umam ok
I'.UKEAl'S, DEI'AltTMF.NT OF
INTEKIOB.
Surveyor-! leneral, W. I). Alexander.
Supt. Puhlic Works, W. E. Howell,
supl. Water W orks, Andrew Brjwn.
Innpector Electric LiKl'ts, J"'''" C'assldy.
RaBittrar of Conveyances, T. (i. Thrum.
Koad Supervisor, Honolulu, W. H. Cum
mlngs. Chief Knginecr Fire Dept.. J. H. Hunt.
Supt. Insane Asylum. Dr. A. Mc Wayne.
Office, (iovernment HuildiiiB, King HI.
Burba rj or AaaiocLvmuk
PraiManl ex-ofllcio, Hi Excellency J, A.
King. Minister of the Interior.
Members: W, 8. Irwin, A..laeger, a. Her
bar! and .lohn Ena.
Domnitaalonar f Agriculture and ax officio
Secretary of the Hoard: Joseph Marsden.
DaPAHTKBBT 0 FlNANCK.
Minister oi Finance. His Excellency S. M.
Damon.
Audltor-lieneral, (ieorge S. Koss.
Itegisl rar of Accounts, Ueo. E. Smithies,
rlerk Of Finance Oftlce, Carl Widemann.
OoHaotor-Oanaral of customs, J. Bi Castle.
Tax Assessor. Oahu, .lonathan Shaw.
Deputy Assessor, W. (.'. Weedon.
I'ostinaKler-I.eneral, J. M. Oat.
Customs Bphkau.
Olllce, custom House, F:8planade, Fort St.
Collector-Oeneral, i. II. Castle.
Depnly-Culleclor, F. H. McSUs ker.
HarbiM Master, Captain A. Fuller.
Port Surveyor, M. N. Sanders.
Storekeeper, Qao. stratemeyar,
lllfllrniM UV AlTOKN KY-( i KNKH A I.
Olllce in (luvernmenl Kuilding, King Si.
Altorney-lleneral, W. 0, Smith.
Deputy Allornev-Oencral. (,. K. Wilder.
Clerk, .1. M. Kea.
Marshal. K. (i. Hitchcock.
Dapnty Mnrihali Arthur M. Brown.
Jailor Oahn Prlaonii .laiiuts Low.
Prison Physician, Dr. C. B. Doopar,
HoAltll Or IMMIUIIAI ION.
Dfloa, Depart inent of Interior, (iovernmenl
Bvlktlng, King Street.
President, His Excullency, .1. A. King.
MelB btrs of the Hoard of Immigration: Hon.
.1. H. A Mm lull. Jas. H. Castle, Hon. A. S.
Cleghorn, .lames fi. jpaonaf. Mark P.
Itnhlnson.
Secretary 1 Wray Taylor.
Hoakii or Hkai.tii.
1 llllce in grounds of (iovernment Building.
corner of Mililani and lueeu Streets.
Mantkarai Dr. "ay, Dr. Miner, Dr. Andrews,
T. F. Ionising, J. T. Waterhouse. Jr., John
Kna, and Attorney-Oeneral Smith.
President, Hon. W. (. Smith.
Secretary, Chas. Wilcox.
Executive Officer, C. B. Reynolds.
Agent Hoard of Health, .1. D. McVeigh.
Inspector and Manager oflarliage Service,
L. L. La Pierre.
Inspector, (J. W. ('. .(ones.
Porl Physician, Dr. Andrews.
Dispensary, Dr. H. McOrew.
Leper Sell lei, lent, Dr. It. K. Oliver.
HOAHII OK ElU'CATION.
Office (Iovernment Building, King street.
President. Hoa.C, It. Bishop.
Scerelsry. W..lainca Smith,
I aaDfOlaf of Schools, A. T. Atkinson.
Board ok Owva i.am OommuoMiw.
A. King. Minister of tlie Interior; W. O.
lattn, Atlorney-i .eneral and C. P. Iaukea.
iirncr In .ludiciury Building.
J. T. WfltBrhOUSB
,
nnasn ?friipr stnrptt
V" " '
FULL LINKS OF
Hardware, Crockery, Saddlery
AM)
FANCY GOODS
of all ctanripttoui
Fort Street Store
No. lO.
IN ADDITION TO THK LARCK AS
SORTMKNT OF
DRY AND FANCY GOODS
HAVE JUST RECEIVED
Intlia Linen and Persian Lawns,
Embroidery, in 9 yard pieces,
Roman and Guipure Embroidery,
Oriental, Platte, and other laces, In
white, cream and black.
Chiffon Lace, all colors,
4.Vin. Lace Net, cream and black,
Striped and Check Dimity,
Wide Japanese Crepe, white and colr'd,
White, Cream and Black Surah Silk,
White and Cream Silk Crepe.
Navy and Cream Serge,
Suez and Tennis Flannel.
The Jenness-Miller "Equipoise" waist.
Prima Donna and P. D. Corsets,
Ladies' Black Hose.
M. W, McCHESNEY & SONS,
Wholesale Grocers,
HONOMJIr, H. I.
A FULL LINE
OF
GROCERIES
Always 011 Hand.
I
fresh goods !
l'er Every Steamer and Sail.
SPECIALTIES:
Cheese, Lard, Hains,
Butter, Codfish, Milk, Onions,
Crackers, Potatoes, Salmon,
Macaroni, Corn Meal,
Pickled Skipjack, Alvicore,
Herrings,
Plour, Grain and Beans.
AND ALL KINDS OP
Leather and Nails
FOR SHOEMAKERS.
A. WF.NNKH.
n. tt 1 urn MOW
WENNER
Manufacturing Jewelers,
AMI IMPUItTKKS OK
diamonds, fine JKWBLBY,
WATCHES, SII.VHKWAKE, ETC.
The Handsomest Souvenib Shions
made in the Hawaiian Islands.
PoaT Street,
Honolulu.
Hard Times Mean Close Prices to
Housekeepers.
If you are in need of any New or
Secoiul-Haiul FUKNITl'KK, KCOS,
STOVES, SKWING MACHINES, Ktc,
call at the
FURNITURE & COMMISSION HOUSE,
Corner N'uuanu and Km Street,
i Ml
M.S. GRINBAUM & CO.
Honolulu, h l
Commission Merchants and Importers
(,f Central Merchandise.
San Francisco Office. IK Front St.
F. A. SCHAFER&CO.
IMPORTERS AND COMMISSION
MERCHANTS.
HoNoi.ri.r, Hawaiian Islands.
II. W. SCHMIDT ft SONS.
IMPORTERS AND COMMISSION
MERCHANTS.
Port Street, Honolulu.
V. Q. Hox n. Telephone !
LEWIS ft CO.
IMPORTERS.
Naval Supplies. Wholesale and Retail
Dealers in Groceries, Provisions, etc.
Ill Fort St., Honolulu, II. I.
LIME AND CEMENT
FOK SALE AT
J. T. WATERHOUSE'S
Queen Street Stores.
JAS. F. MORGAN
No. 45 Oiieen Street,
Auctioneer and Stock Broker.
Special attention fven to the
handling of
Real Estate' Stocks, Bonds.
ItOIIT. I.RWRKS.
C. Ma LOOK R.
P. J. LOW K K Y
LEWERS & COOKE,
Lumber, Builders' Hardware,
DOORS, BASH, BLINDS,
PAINTS, OILS, CLASS,
WALL PAPER, MATTING,
CORRUGATED IKON,
LIME, CEMENT, ETC.
The Central Market.
Always have on hand choice Beef, Muiton, Veal
Mid Poultry. We make Sausages a Specialty,
Give us a trial and he convinced. We have the
best. Our Corned Beef is the very best.
WESTBROOK iS: Gares,
Proprietors.
Both Telephones 104. g8-tf
Criterion Saloon
AO K NTS FOR
John Wieland Brewing Co.
EXTRA
Pale Lager Beer
Per Australia.
A FRESH Invoice of Califor
nia Oysters.
Oyster Cocktails a Specialty
L. H. Dkk, Prop'r.
Metropolitan Meat Go.
81 KING STREET,
Wholesale & Retail Butchers
AND
Navy Contractors.
G. J. WALLER, - Manager.
GO TO THE
EAGLE HOUSE;
NUUANU AVKNI'R, OR TO THE
ARLINGTON HOTEL,
Hotel Stkkkt.
RATES
Table Hoard tl x.r ilay.
Board and Lodging $2 " "
Hoard and Lodging $12 per week.
wwi,
T. K. KROU8K,
l'roprietor.
W. R. CASTLE.
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Office. C.artwrlght H'ldif.
J. ALFRED MACiOON.
ATTORNEY and COUNSELOR-AT LA W
Office, 42 Merchant Street,
Hono4iu,H .
J. M. MONSARRAT.
ATTORNEY AT LAW AND NOTARY
ruBUt'.
Cartwright Block, Merchant St., Honolulu
F. M. WAKEFIELD.
ATTORNEY ami COUNSKLOR AT-LA VV.
TiartHUs "kkick:
With C. W. Ashford. Merchant si..
Honolulu, It. I.
M. PHILLIPS iSr ( 0.
Wholesale ElttpOrttN and Jobbers of
AMERICAN & EUROPEAN DRY GOODS,
Corner Fort und Queen 8ts. , Honolulu.
87tf
C. B, RIPLEY.
Architect.
Orrica-New Safe Deposit llullding.
Honolulu, II . I.
Plans, Siwciflcatloim and Superintendence
Itran for every deorlotlon of Hulldinr
Old HuildiUKs Huccessfully remodeled and
1 enlarged.
DesiKns for Interior Decorations.
Maps or Mechanical Drawing, Tracing and
Blueprinting.
W"l)ra ing for Books or Newspaper Illus
tration. H. If. LOIIEIDE,
SIGN and ORNAMENTAL PAINTER.
BELL TELKI'HONE W,
tyAH Orders Promptly Attended to.
62tf
ciiam. f. im: 1 i:irst.
TYPFWRITER, CONVEYANCER AND
NOTARY PUBLIC.
Office over Bishop's Bunk.
ALLEN & ROBINSON.
40 Queen Street.
DEALERS IN LUMBER AND OTHER
KINDS OF BUILDING MATERIAL.
ALSO STEAM and STOVE COAL.
Reduced Boat Hire.
EtaOH DATE THE STEAM LAUNCH
- "Star" will take imsncn wi- to vcssobi
in the barbur SUNDAYS at M cents for
the round trip. Excursions and fisliing
nartiw l.v tlie day at reasonable rnt.
I . iilii.1i at Pilot's Iwat landing. 149-tf
W. W. AH ANA,
Merchant Tailor,
No. :i ;;i Nunaiiu HI., Honolulu.
Fine Suits from 114 up. Linen and Creie
suits, $11.60 up.
ALL SUITS GUARANTEED TO FIT
AND IN THE LATEST STYLE.
I Clothes Cleanxo and Hei'aikkd.
Mutual Telephone No. OKI. 1'. O. Box 1U.
190-.Sm
CHR. HERSKIND & J. McMEEKIN.
FIANO TUNERS AND TEACHERS,
Peuhallow House, - Beretania Street.
; M ni mil Telephone 014.
lessons Kiven 011 Piano for Bagianerl and
Practical Players.
Tuniiin orders w ill be prumptly attanjad In.
nn-lni
FOB SALE.
Wja BUSINKHS KNOWN AS THE
A Honolulu Cyclery as a whole or in psrt,
Enquire of UEOKOE E. BOARDMAN,
or address P. O. Hox 441, Honolulu
190-9
HONOLULU IRON WORKS.
Steam Engines, Hloak Mii.i.s Biiii.ekk
Couleks, Ikon, Bhabh ami Leah
Castinob.
Machinery of Every Desoriptiun Made to
Order. Particular atlentioii paid to Ships'
Hlacksmithiiig. Job work exeeuUsI at Short
j Pggjf Jq f FOUfldry
8TKAM ani OALVANIZBD PIPE, EL
BOWS, T-WAYS, (1LOBE-VALVES,
STEAM COCKS, and all other fittings
for pipe on hand.
Honolulu Steam Rice Mill.
Freth milled Klce for tall in quaulillea to suit
J. A. HOPPBR, Prop'r.
Fort Htreel, Honolulu.
Pacific Mail S, S, Co,
AND THE
Occidental S Oriental S, S.Co,
For YOKOHAMA and HONGKONG.
v. ill call
NMMMnim of the abova Hera pen If
at Honolulu on their way to the above porta
on or ahoiit Ihe following .Into:
Stmr "CHINA" . .. No . 27. I NQJ
Stmr "OCEANIC" Dec. . ltWi
Stmr "CHINA"
, -aaa turn j
' TP T
Marcnn. 1S!4
StaV "OCEANIC".
Stmr "CHINA". ... April If,, Ihim
I
For SAN FRANCISCO.
ssteann rs of tlie ntxivc I 'oinpnnlen will call
al Honolulu 0T1 tln ir vu from Hongkong and
VokolmniA to the above port on or about the
following date:
Stmr "OCEANIC" Dec. 4. I8fl:t
Stmr "CITY OF I'EKINO"
Jan. 2. MM
Stmr "OCEANIC", Fab. 18, ihim
Stmr "CHINA" March 86, 1894
Stmr GAELIC".. May 14. 1WI
RATES OF PASSAGE ARE AS FOLLOWS:
Til VOKO- T.I llnMi-
II AM A KOMI
tabin f M 1x1 jirr, 00
Cabin, rouml trip 4
months van no au .V)
Cnbln, rouml trip u
niontln at; v HI 25
Buropaaa Btaaraji s.-, on ten ihi
For KreiKiu and Pawmge apply to
H. HACKFELD & CO.,
4-tf Amenta.
Canadian -Australian
Steamship Line
TIME TABLE.
For Vancouver, B. C.
From Sydney & Brisbane.
Arrtac ffonorulu.
S. 8. "WARB1MOO" Aug. 81, 1899
8. 8. -MIOWERA" Oct. 2, 1893 j
8. 8. "WARRLMOO" Nov. 1. l9iti
8. S. "ARAWA" Dec. 3, 1HIK)
8. 8. "WARRIMOO". Jan. I. 1894
And Monthly Thereafter,
For Sydney and Brisbane.
From Vancouver, B. C.
AfttM IfonotMlM.
...Oct. 21. lWIKI
...Nov. 21. 18IIH
. ..Dec. 31, lHllit
. ..Jan. 21, 1894
8. 8. "MIOWERA"
S. 8. "WARRIMOO"...
8. S. "ARAWA"
8. 8. "WARRIMOO" .
And Monthly Thereafter.
PASSENGER AND FREIGHT RATES
to Vancouver, B. C. , are the same us to Sim
Francisco. Cal.
Through Tickets
to all KiinLs in Canada or the Qui tad States
Canadian Pacitic Railway.
l-jip' For Freight or Passage, apply to
THEO. H. DAVIES CO.,
W.tf Ueiierfil Acmta.
ATLAS
ASSURANCE COMPANY,
!' l : I !; I IN' -
Capital, - - $6,000,000
Assets, - - $9,000,000
HhvIiik Ikhmi uitMintt'il ututh of the alHivt
uiihhii we iirt- nt i w reaily in ffTf-t liipur
aucea itt ili loVMt ralt'H of preiuium,
B, v. ICHMJPT a sons. !
HYMAN BROS.
Importers of and Wholesale llculcrs in
j dry GOODS, BOOTS, SHOES,
CLOTHING, NOTIONS and
FANCY GOODS.
BS Queen 8treet, Honolulu.
iH California Si , San FrancliM o. ( al.
BISHOP & CO.,
Matabuetnil in MM
BANKERS.
rfonoiJ 1.1 . Haw mi i blamm,
draw Excil m;k on
THE BANK Of CALIFORNIA. SAN FRANCISCO.
I una 1 iiiiiuiouui
AM) TH HI It A'.KNTh IX
New York, Chicago, Boston, Paris.
MESSRS, N. M, ROTHCHILD 4 SONS, LONDON,
r HA Mvl ( IKTd IN Til KM A IN.
The l oi.n, Ni i ll li.ini, ,,t riiiiiiu...
The Chi, on
ml Ranking Co. of Hv.lnc, .
I,' mill i, ,.
The Co, Mvlal Ranking On, of rVjrdiiej,
Bydney. The Dank of New Zealand,
Auckland, and Its branches in Christ
church, Dunclin anil V . iIUi.l' n.
I'he Hank d Hriti-lir..uiiilJ', ri.ninuH) 1 ,, .
Ihe miresunil vfiideirn ITfiMdi,
.SU-kholm, Sweden.
1 ,1,,,, "f Indla, Aoatralla and
HoiiKkoii(, Tokobana, Japan. And trans
aei a we, , era, jtnnkm- l(iblri"vv
CASTLE & COOKE,
LIFE AND FIRE
Insurance Agents.
Mil Vis Knit
N R tV KM. I. A MI MtlTUAt.
Life Insurance Co.
OF HUSTON
Fire Insurance,
Alliance Assurance Co
09 LONDON,
JETNA INSURANCE CO.
OF HARTFORD, CONS
INSURE
IN THE-
German-American
Insurance Co.
OI7 NEW YORK
Axxets
Net Sin plus
16,879,908 00
T.fftollW iki
wi iit,.. are Bquat, a th BUT
8HCTJRITY,
WILDER & CO.,
Agents.
THE MUTUAL
Life Insurance Co.
OF NEW YORK.
Assets Dec. 31. 1891. $115,084,156.61
S. B. ROSE.
General Agent, Hawaiian Islands.
6 HOURS
7,200
21,800.
Did You Ever
stop Ut
ioiik.w tiif idwitacMi udnc 11
tyiewritei'f
H tlie oxifptiun Ut huvi u bwl
noHH Ii ihi from AbfOftd that is not
tyiH'wnttvn. TbiNrV MOM K,H"i
ruujoii, Mid blMliMM iiit-ii tuivf
j -1 1 1 1 i it. BuppoM you irritt
bOQIl a ilny,"a t-raiiiK wonls ptf
minute, you will wriu TtiU) wnlK,
or tap. I' the Calirapb,
und at ii" fi i I of hoins pa--wili
If neatly written. lkwidHt,, if
you wirth, you can inakf I t opic- at
QAM on tha Caligrapli ly luauifulil
ing. The Caligmph is fMMMlly
atliuitUMl to Ih- the very Ust inani
foli)r, OWillg 0 streiiKth a arm.
The action i.s direct j thero are no
roinplitattl ooptofttoni parfomwd
ntfoN HM fcji ftrike the tlwilrtfl
iinpreHsion.
Two nmohincH ileliveretl to put
OhAMM this vvii'k, Call or write
DKSkft !! tO !
es?5 t.w. Mm, my
Buy a aiac lime
on my libera! in
sullinent plan.
Ii will pat
Kurt a Merclianl s .
MUSIC WITH MEALS,
j On R.ftpt-.'t In Wlil. li Oklnltomn Hotel
1, . span v 1 . 1 p ta iiai,-.
The Imt. 1m at OlilalllW ui to last fall
wero few ami fiir l.. t v.-.n. Having tried
Mtwnri wiili little iatl rnctioa, iarty
if ImiiKry "tcn.h rfe.1 ' was diraotod Of
cnniiip-rcial traveh r to a little plMI
ab a curlier. The (Xinilliattilil Ban huid
it did Dot hxik invitiiiif. lint it wax clean.
That wan an iiicliicmoiit the party had
not hoard of in that iection, and it
turned in fur lUppar. The dining room
was MM in which the fnmily lived. A
toMtbf Ul Ht. k! 111 CM OfflMf. An old
MOM liiireau was OfnjMMlta A t.
wax in the way, and ftbtHtt it were
ev. nil old faxliiolieil nx kerx. A few
. Uunilv pictnna u-un from the wall.
t.ta'tyi the old, old mntto, InvokiiiR 111"
!-rlaxitiK of Hi"
Kwrrs celestial on the
( honsehold. Tlie party axki d for mipjn r
and waa told to be x. ;iteil until the meal
j wax prepared. Two Rirlx, tlelicate and
j with niiich wearinexg in their fiu-es,
J xprend the table. Win n the meal was
I brought on, they simply xiiid. "Suppar tt
j ready" and disapp. il. il.
The party gathered alxnit the MM al,
I and it was agreeably dixappniiiiiug.
While it wax lieingdevoiired- that is the
1 best word to use, even at this distance
1 frOtZl the table the twn girls came into
the room, accompanied by tlieir mother,
; n woman whose hair wax white and
j whose face was a study. There must
have been a time when she was In-auti-i
fill. They came in as if they had been
j billed for the. occasion. They w. lit to
one corner of the room, and t In 11 the
i party discovered that there was one of
t 1 1 Id tune Uielodeons in an out of the
way place. The mother took her plai t
at the keys, and as the nXMOTfal melo
ilies resjKjuded to her touch the dAUgh
ters sang, "Nearer My Qad to Tl.ee."
"Nellie Gray." and then "Li.ivna."
Think of "Lorena" on a melodeon in
Oklahoma The party having tiinsliej
supper, one of them paid the bill, and
then the 111u.su: ceax. il. It was a ques
tton WBlch no one of that party wasevei
able to agree upon, or they had not up
to laxt accounts. Wax tin; MMUU) of that
night for the pUfpoMof enlei laiiiment
or to forestall the possibility of dupli
cating any of the order a? Chi. ago
Tribune,
Fri.-niiiiiii.i. of fiiaaaa.
There is a certain coolness almost to
ho called a positive want uf curdiality
between snakes and human In inn-.
More, the snake is never a aocial favor
ite among the animal- called lower. N
body nr.ikeg an intimate friend of a
snake. Popul.-ir natural blatory booki
are tilhl and runniiiK over w ith aiiec
dotes of varying eleancn and men. lac
it y, setting forth extraordinary affec
tum Hinl co-nieratiun between a cat and
a mouse, a horse and a ban, a pig and a
cockroach, a camel and a lobster, a cow
and a wheelbarrow ami s.. on, but there
I is never a snake in one of these ouaint
alliances. Snakes do nut do that sort of
thing, and the anecdote designer's imag
buttton has not yet risen to the feat of
compelling them, although the stimulus
of competition may soon cause ii.
The eitse most nca.rly approaching one
of friendship Utweeii man and snake
know n to me is the case ol Tyrrell. Ihe
zoo anakekeepsr, and his "laidly worms."
! BUI then the friendship is mostly ou
Tyrrell's side, and, moreover, Tyrrell is
r. ther more than human, as any oue
! will admit who seis him hang Ik .a coll
iti ic tori around his neck. Of oonrae
one often hears of boys making peta of
OonUnon English snakes, but a buy is
not a human creature at all. He i- i
kind of harpy. -Arthur Morrison m
Strand Magazine.
KxaftpcratiiiK llu.M,.
An n't there Niinr tun. s in ymir life
when everything IMBMltO i;o wrong no
matter how hard you try to have theui
go right? Those are the trying day
when you want to blame all the trouble
on the way yon got out uf lied in the
morning or on other people inataad of
looking the matter hipta-rcly in tlie face
and laying, "It'aonaoi m axaapantiiis
dayn, and if I can only keep my (proper
until night comes tomorrow will bo dif
ferent." The trouble is when we feel ruffled
min. h'cs wo somehow impart the feel
ing tO others, and nine times out of ten
We eit her get into a ipiurrcl or do MUM
Ugly, horrid little tiling lhat we Wouldn't
think of ou other occusioiis. If you can,
on these hateful days, mumiKo to thiuk
twice before yon t-ak once it will save
a lot of worry on the morrow. In fjwt,
tli.it is a good rule to go by at ull times,
for of all the unruly, mischief making
BMMnbafM the tongue ia the moat (.mm
incut. Philadelphia Tunes.
Costly C.own, I'tn.r M iniatci'.
A HWeet damsel of Baltimore is about
I to be married to a minister. She con
fided to the Other One that her wedding
j dresH waa "a dream" aatin at 7 u yard
I and f00 worth of Auobeai la, . . "Only
toncy,1 observed the I It In r One iclli. I
iv.ly tome, "only fancy that gown of
oo area 1 moan a girl mailiig such a
own married to an everyday odMuuon
preacher. Of cuursoit isn't as if he Were
1 a bishop or anything like that, but an
unheard of naraon living Inansntaih
ionable part of the city. Really, it is
very inharmonious." "Then why uro
jaa Botag to the wedding?" "Why! Be
ratise I am a student of human nature,
and such odd cases are an interesting
tnd) " Detroit Free Press.
Why Not "For Better or Wiiw?"
It is a Kentucky WOMMU'l idea that
the coat of arms of her state ought to bo
changed. In place uf Ihe two men's tig-
. ores with claaped hands und underneath
khem the legend, "I'liited, we stand; di
rided we fall," she thinks there should
be the figures of u man and a wouin i
I with claspeil hands, the same motto b-
' neath Kuchester Times.
U..v Time II ii. . I, ..... .1
"Oh. for some now coined name by
which to call Wm! Oh, f Or MUM HUH
no other bps could give!" w as the player
of Violet until she married him. Now
the is content to call him Old Bccswa.
Exchange.

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