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WEDNESDAY. MAY 21, I ).
OAHU RAILWAY & LAUD COSPAiiTS
A. ?I. P. If.
Leave Honolulu 'J:C0 i'lOO
Arrive Mamma !):(8 i'r-JS
Lunvc Mann ti.i 11:00 -1:00
Arrive Honolulu UiiS -1:4a
a. m. r. m. r. m.
liavo Honolulu... "Hiio lsi.'O Hitw
Anh .Mniiun.i .. 10:13 lilfl ;lil&
Leave M annua.... 11 :d0 1:1:1 -liM
Alilvn ilunouilii... 11:18 2:'.ll 4:.M
Ain bu U O PerUiit, from l'cru
Bttur lilnsu from Uawnil r.nrl Manl
Stmr Iwatunl fioin Itntn Vu.,
titmr Lebu.i f out Miiuialiua ,
Stmr 0 K Uuli"!' ftoin circuit of Oiliu
S'.'br Llhollho from Wiiljiiao
Stinr Kaala for Kilaucaand llaualcl at
1 i in
Stmr liiiltiiiloa for Nawl.lwlll and lia-
niiiiaulu at I- in
Sjlii Mol 'uliitif f'jr Kolwl.ilele
Sehr Kiiill'citou I iur Koli.iln
Holn Lavitiia for Kan il
Schr K'uwiilluui for l-oo'au
fci'hr t,n-,di d; Eliza for Koolr.u
L'livo .'.ll!;a for Koi,a pom
VESSELS '.EAVtfl J TC-KOf.fJOV.'.
Am tern Vesta, rilodeibcrp, for San
Sclir Ka iluknl for Kauai
,--, r i i ii ill ii
From Hawaii atnl Maul, pm steamer
Kin:iu, .May at d H Ro-e, .lis Oimcd
Hose, MifS I rail lev, Dun Lo-aii. K
Ilopldns. A Martin, J It ills, T G
Steele, W O Bl ibon. .V Watson, lion J
Nsiwahl, Hon J 1' Ii.ikcr, O A Stevens,
Paul euuiann, .r v Joiic, O O Xiten
yaimt, VK-ouutToile, K Kaisura. E .1
Weight, s Kiimir.i, .1 Viern, O i lelgh
tuu, A P 1'utertOii, Alii, Monwur, W
Mo denhawvr, Mrs bain Par 'i and
seiv.mt, Miss ilntlic l!iowu, Hev.S Ka
ill. lion i: A i urch.irdt, Hon R li
Hinds Robt IC U aipo, L Aen. Hon .r
K Hook mo. T R tVatnor, J I -ilvu, Win
llerlowitz, T J il.iy-i'ldi'n and son, Mi
V Ciciglitoii and 71 deck.
train llam.iku.i, per stmr I-.v.-ilani,
May 21 Itoiis Jos Maisdcn and W il
Tiiuknid, K A M'lutclur. .T .M Uavidon,
V il llatuh, OliasNotlcy and wifn, Tho
1'od i;r auil son, V V l.ockwood, J W
.Miiu.iy. and L'7 deck.
for'Kuuul, per . mr Wnlulc.ilc, J'av
20-M.8 vIIcx, Mrs .Juhiijon, Mre Y
11 Klce and -J clilldivn, Mr Sulimldt.
For .Man I pur stmr Llkeiihe, Aluy 20
Tho Etoatner Klnau brought 11,302
1)iga su.ir. 4 hoiaes, 17 pis. 22.1 bagB
pota of;), l'J bus; uor.i, 1.12 lii;j; suu-drk-,
101 pks bides.
Ttif b.u k ntliiy Oeo f Perlsin arrived
yesturday nit rnoon from Pirn. Shu
was liiultid mi ibe Aluiiuc Jiailway thin
Tins maimer Lebua brought 2.'50 bas
r.ujjir from ilniiiaUua and 'JO bead cat
tlo irom Kawalhac.
Tiieicin Vesta will call to-morrow
for Sau I'rinc'.seo.
Tno itfamer Iw.ilant fame in tins
moiniujj fioin Ilannl: ,.i wlcli 4,250 bud
sugar for Uie bai'Keiitiun Ainrlla.
The b lk Alex cNell leceived 1900
baj; sugar to-day fioin the hehooner
Tim bar!;entlne Planter landed the
locomotive engine Gen. Va.lejo this
Arilvd: May 11, btcamer Klnau fioin
llonolu u and ay ports; Jly 18, 3linr
Xwul.uil noni lliiinakua; May V0, stmr
Kiuau from Hllo and way pjirs.
baled: May 11, nuir Klnau for llllo
and way port-.; ay 1?, stmr Iwalatil
for HuuinKu ; .May 20, Am teiu'W ft
liowne, lilulim master, for San f'rau
cljeo. Cai'ii 11,760 liajs e-uuur, T II
Davie? & ui; C3l b.ujs Mar Ml.ICo: 01 1
bagsGiiiibjiim &l, 015 has Akina
ife ASCII Total, 1H.7.SJ biii. Mijjar,
1,5 J.000 lbs. value ti5,000; May '.'0,
btuir Klnau for llouolulu.
fas-eaaeis fors-n Pranclfco, per W
S Uoivuo. G T O-trom, A 0?tioiu.
isAte tu w
lM klWrt vrw JM.
ASHFORD-In Honolulu. May 20ih, to
tho wife of Hid i x. U. W. Aabford,
Attoiuci-Gener.il, a on.
Tun Bijou Comedy Company will
play DlncK-eycd Susan in tne Opcwi
'V' House next Saturday niylit.
Tun box plan for the Mikado, to
hi played iwxt Puday niglit, U now
opou ut Mr. L. .1. Levey's ollice.
Mr. L. J. Lovoy will cell ut auction,
ot lii icalehioonis, to-monow at 10
o'clock, n. m., ii variety o merchan
dio lielonuine; lo tho estate of Akaua.
A LAMr, which exploded in tho up'
per story of the Annttrong block,
King btrcet, last evening, was thrown
into tho street to prevent the house
ArTF.n adjournment of tho House,
an unollleial count of the ballots for
temporary chairman wan mado show
ing a tie between Moesrs. Kaunano
Chixesi: and Japanese crockery,
and othor wares specillcd in adver
tiolnent, will bo sold by Mr. Jus. 1
Morgan to-morrow inoning at 10
o'oloek, at his Ealesroom.
Tun ceremony of layiup: the firht
bituminous block fur tho street pave
ment in front of Spreckels' Hank,
this afternoon, was witnessed by a
goodly number of personc.
' Tun W. S. Bowne, Capt, Dluhm,
which left Mahukona on Tuesday for
Han Piancisco, c.inicu the larcest
cargo of sugar sho ever took from tho
.Islam!?, viz.: 13,093 bays, weip,!iinK
Pa USNEBAL HEWS.
KOUIISG of ?clnl t.i'.'rcC in tho
T'lilicu Ci'iui llila tuoruiii.'
A t.auy's ronl found in Hip L'Ric
lalive linll tliis nocn, la i lln Hu
ll, hi IllltlM1.
Tun Mikado Company will r
lifiirnf in tho Opeia Ilotiso ton' .'lit,
At 12 o'clock imnn, f i-nifirrow, Mr.
Jus F. Moigan will ucll'-iOO sack of
ft btli ut liia salesroom.
Ar tlits uiternonn'e swion of tho
Legislature J. y. Walker was cl cUd
Picpidtnt. Tho ballon .-howeil Hi
for W'ulkor and 2 for C. )rrw,.
Miss Ilcdwi',; llul-iein, anid us
teen, pupil if tin Ml. Anilri'tt'."
Priory, died at that place yeetudi.y
iifloiiiooii at a few minutes l
Iwuho n'ekick. Tin' fuufr.il will take
place fioin XI. Andrew'.-Cathcdial at
i o'clock lllH intC'inO'ill.
Tnr. Stranger's Fiitnd Society will
hold itn annual meeting on Monday
Mny 26th, at 3 o'clock in the after
noon, at tho residence of the llo.i.
C. It. Hi-hop. All hit erected ar? ok
liiilly invited t., attend. Gentlemen
mo 1'iviii d for th 'j i vouinn.
Tun Adseri'w. r -ays: llic bark
I'ntino Geo. C. Puiklua Ri"- n.-horo on
Molokal euiiiluy afternoon about i
o'clock. A f;uii of nati'.i,.- ai.ited
in tluoi.'ini; out her ballast and flic
Was j:)t oll'caily Tiiosd.iy moniinf,
atiiving in Honolulu the same day.
JLynwxid l':'i'j"iiRir'.l tVllli Bncoci!
Uy tie Jij,iti 1'orjoil.v C.
Last night at the Opera IIoucc wus
the oetii-ion of n complimentary be
nefit to Mm Lizzie Linir'iaiii and
?.ri,s Lillia.i Atwt o l.mi'inljeuof the
Hijnii (.i ir.rd (.' unpaiiv. Tile pulj-
!ii: attested appiccintioii f the ladies
jiut now meiiiioiied uinl the com
pany by their prudence. There was
n yooti bous.e. It ni alio a !iouo
that gave unml.-lakable evidence of
beins; much pleased with the per
formance. At times there wa3 a
temporary suspension of parts lo
await the subsirleiif.o of applause.
"Lynwoo'l" was the liamc of liio
diamu ptesented. This is a. play
which represents si cues supposed to
he connected w-ith the Araenean
Ciil war. iNiiturully them are loy
eis in it troubles strew their path
tho lady lover's brother is mur
dered, and cireumstano'js indicate
the guilt of the gentleman lover
the real murderer it n rival, who
lays his plana to bring the other to
execution - when success seont'j cer
tain failure ensues, the innocence of
the inuocnt is vindicated, and the
guilt of tho guilty made apparent
the rivals are olilcers on the oppo
site sides in the war, and a war at
mosphere surrounds the play from
start lo finish.
The characters and lho38 repre
senting thein lastniphtr.ro Lucille
Carlyle, Mm L. Linjjham ; Miss
Gov, Miss L. Alwood ; ICate, Miss
I. klierle ; Dido. Miss Lidio West ;
Victor Blanchard, Mr. William L.
Roberts; Dudley Middleton, Mr.
Frank Cleaves'; IJpcnctus Hufectus
Elias Krtistiifi Cunluscious Carter,
Mr. Iloiaco Ewlng; Judge Carlyle,
Mr. Crowley; Edwin Csrlvle, Mr.
Fred J. Atwood ; Capt. lteuston,
Mr." J. G. Wailu-1; Fat O'Flaherty,
Mr. Lawrence Karle.
Several of the above arc local
amalcttis, all of whom did credit to
themselves, particularly Miss Lidie
West. Lidie is a little lady of ten
der years, and she acted Dido, a ne
gress servant, oxqhsitoly. Words
of praise are justly due to all the
professionals, only space will not
admit of detailed mention ; but the
fact of the occasion boms; a benefit
tj Miss Llnlmm and Mi3 Atwood
is biiffluicnt reason for making ex
ception in their case.
' Mioa Atwood' part, though a
minor one, was played neatly and
prettily. She was as the Usually i.s
so natural and easy, and so
clear in her enunciation as to make
every tiltle effective. Her playing
last night put nn exira burniah to
the good reputation previously ac
quired. Miss Linglinm's was a more pro
minent and a more diiilcult part
Tn fact, tho principal character of
the play; but sho was equal to the
task. Tho true woman, vowing re
venge for tho assassination of a
brother and clinging with undying
devotion to a lover, was admirably
represented. Of the vaiious cliai
aeters in which this lr.dy lias ap
peared in our Opera House, proba
bly not one is so well adapted to her
talents as Lucille Carlyle, and cer
tainly in none has she ilsen to so
high a degree of pt'iTection. Her
acting was simply ami truly almost
Altogether, "Lynwood" is about
the best played drama which the
llijou Company have hitherto pre
sented to the people of Honolulu
indeed, decidedly the best.
They have a curious but effective
method of dealing with inebriates in
the Argentine Republic. An En
gliFh cleik, who hnd gone thither to
feeek Ids fortune, was arrested at
Rosario for being intoxicated. In
stead of being let off on payment of
n fine, the unhappy wight was sen
tenced to sweep tho btrcets for
eight days. So humiliating did ho
feel this penalty lo be that ho quit
ted tho country n nadder and, it is
to be presumed, a wiser man. Such
a punishment ceitainly destroys tho
idea of rollicking conviviality which
is rssociated with inebriety. Ce
lestial Empire, Sbnngbao.
DAO,y -UUJLJLICTIJN: HONOLULU, U. I.,
BrttUtmi Opening of
lututi' wrii ojicni'fl by
tin; Kinjj in persou,
pomp nuil glitter, ut
The street and yard in front of
tho Government House were throng j
ed with people. The coriidor of
i no DiiUiiiug were lined with eager
fight- beers, while upsltilr? were
The Honolulu Rifles under com
inand o! Major Hcbhard, were drawn
up in lino on the lidos of both car
riage drive. Company A niusteied
17 men, Company il X, and Com
panies C and I) together L'fi. A3
the diplomat. o und consul ir repre-ar-ntattves
of foreign couu'rie'i ar
rived, arm's were prescited and n
march wo. l-laycl by the Hawaiian
Band, v,hicb was e'.nlinued at tho
fiont entrance. While the hour of
12 o'clock was sounding Their .Mi
jesties, the Roy.il F.imilv left the
"Palace and entered Hie sta'ie car
riages. The piocession was escorted
by the King's strut mounted. Ar
r.ving nt the Government building
arms wem presented and thu na
tional ant hem played. Tho royal
party entered the rooms of the Min
ister of Interior, while the crowd
made a rush for the legislative hall.
The thrones on tin: d.iis in the
chamber were draped witli beautiful
feather cloaks. A bouquet of fern
and (lowers Hood in lich vaes on
either side of the lront. Two liv
eried kahili brarers held aloft llioie
stately emblems in tho rear.
The Mile scats in fiont were occu
pied, by members of the Privy Coun
cil, the diplomatic and consular
coips, with ladies, and naval olll
Of rr.vv Councillors wero pie
sent lions.' II. M. Whitney, W. D.
Alexander, J. S. Walker, .1. A..
Cummins, Sam. Parker, 1'. Isen
beig, W. G. Irwin, with Mis. Ir
win, A. In. Tripp, J. B. Atherlou,
and .1. T. Waterhonse, jr. The di
plomatic and consular corps was
ippreunted by His Excellency .1.
L. Stevens, United Stales Minister
Roiident, with Miss Stevens; Major
,). 11.. Wodehouso. II. H. M.'s Com
missioner, with Mrs. and the Mioses
Wodehouse; Mr. G. ). d'Anglade,
Fip.i.ch Commissioner: Mr. A. do
Souza Cr.navarro, Portuguese Com-
missioner, with Airs. Cauavarro ;
T.tr. II. W. Severance, IJ. S. Consul-
Gencrtd, with Mrs. and Miss Sever
ance; Mr. J. F. Ilackfcld, Ruasisn
Consul ; Mr. II. W. Schmidt, Cou-
-ul for .y.veden and Norway, with
Mrs. Schmidt; Mr. F. A. Schaefcr,
Consul for Italy and Dean of the
Consular Corps; Mr. J. II. Paly,
Consul for the Netherlands; Mr. T.
R. Walker, British Viee-Ctnsul ;
Mr. and Mrs. Naouyama and Mr.
and Mrs. Ichi Ban, of the Japanese
Legation. Capt. St. Clair of il. B.
M. S. Champion. Capt. McCurlny
of the U. S. S. Nipsic, and Capt,
Green of the II. S. S. Adams, occu
pied prominent seats together, and
tiieir lespectivo etaff3 on the oppo
site side of the hall. The Nobles
and Representatives faced tin plat
form in the middle of tho ehatnber.
Immediately behind tho members
were seated their lady relatives and
other ladies, witli gentlemen who
were fortunate enough to be in time
to obtain chairs. A vast crowd ot
the general public illlcd the rear of
the hall and room to the back al
most to suffocation, the throng ex
tending even to the lobby and corri
dors. Capt. II. W. Mist, R. N.,
and Messrs. K. Stiles, Geo. Smi
thies, aud Fred. Peterson were tho
ushers and well pert'ornicd their
The Royal procession entered
preceded by Hons. L. McCully and
R F. Bickerlon, Justices of the
Supremo Court, in their robe3 and
accompanied by their wives, and
their Excellencies L. A. Thurston,
Jona. Austin, C. W. Aliford, and
S. M. Damon, Ministers of tho
Crown. The King was attended by
Col. Geo. W. Maclarlano, His Ma
jesty'!, Chamberlain, Mr. J. W.
Robertson, Hi3 Majesty's Vico
Chamberlain, and His Majesty's
staff consisting of Col. J. IJ. Boyd,
Majors R. 11. Baker and J. D.
Holt, jr., Capt. Lilikalani, and Ad
jutant Kaiama. The Queen was at
tended by Mis. .7. W. Robertson,
lady in waiting. Princess Llliuo
kalani was attended by Mrs. AY. H.
Aldrich, tniiid of honor, and accom
panied by Iier consort, Hon. J. O.
Domiuis. Hon. A. S. Cleghoru was
with the parly and took a stand to
the left ot the thione. Thu Queen
occupied the llirono to tho left of
tho iving, and tho Princess was
seated on tho right. It was a bull
hint seeno when all was ready for
the opening ceremonies. Somo of
the diplomats wcio in full uniform.
The mval olilcers wcio resplendent
in gold lacu aud bright colurs, but
scarcely outshone tho loyal stuff in
gorgeousness of array. The Min
isters wore bright blue grained
sashes. Some ot the ladies had ex
ceedingly rich costumcH. Rev. W.
II. Barnes acting ns chaplain offered
prayer in Hawaiian before and after
thc'delivery of tho speech from tho
throne. Ills Majesty read thospceoh
in English and Hawaiian. Thero
was such a buzi from thu outskirts
of the assemblage and tho corridors
that those oloso to tho front alouo
could hear the royal words s
njU x n,no ' fa,Mw 4m 4.fftr.tfM " i n,wknt-
TUC KtSO'S SI'LRCII.
.V tilts awl H'prtientuiiw.
The meeting of the LcgMiiiuto
to-day affords me thcoppoitiintiy to
congratulate the Nation upon "the
measure of pro"penty eiijtued by it
during the period wliich liii"- elap'-rd
since the cointneiiepiiietit of the la?t
'I'll0 ii.indl-, relation- between
thi- Kingdom and 1'oieign N'ation
cuiiliiiue in promote the happiness
and senility oi Our subject-, mid
of all sojourner within Our bnrdei'.
During the biennial period jun
closed, the country, hn enjoyed a
gieat degree of prosperity. indu
tit and (Hiieiprlxo have lj"en well
lewimlcd, and as will appear from
tho H-'poitri of the hcverul Depart
ments of the Government, great
progrr-i Ii.h been made in the do
v.'lopmenl of our muleiial inlorci.
it ii k souiec of gialillc-ii'in ili.it
our credit is god. and that, our
lluancial affairs have been p)ii--d
upon a sound basis.
I sinrvrely trust that the Uw
whioh you shall enact for the wel
fare of the Kingdom will foster aud
encourage the extension of public
improvements in the full conlidoucu
that tltey will return to ui rich re
wards, and I recommend for your
ooinuloiaHon, libera! expenditures
foi thu development of the indus
tries of the Kingdom, c-prc-ially in
the encouragement of railroads aud
oilier facilities for the tianspoiiatiou
of merchandise and of pa-senger-.
Tho Authorities charged with
Hoarding the health of the people
have been igilae.t, and have suc
ceeded in ii great mea-ure in the
suppie-sinn of our chief malady.
The subject of education, -o
closely cjniiected with the founda
tion of cood government, has receiv
ed the earnest consideration of those
appointed to forward its interests,
and our prunre-s in this important
hrancli of human welfare has receiv
ed the commendations of all battens
as expressed at the Paris Exposition,
where our educational exhibit was
i c warded with the highest order of
In view of tho probable comple
tion of an Inter Oceanic Ship Canal
in the near future, and of tho pro
mised extension of lines of Heam
communication, it is of tho highest
importnuco that our harbors should
bo prepared to furnish accommoda
tion to the great increase of rom
mcive wliich will surely follow.
Lft us nluo hope that arrange
ments may be mado during tho pie
ppnt peiiod, whereby an electric
cable under tho Pacilic shall place
us in an instantaneous communica
tion with the thoughts and feelings
of the whole human race, bik! add
largely tn our commercial advan
tages. We shall deem it wise with vour
concurrence to pledge the credit of
the Hawaiian Kingdom for such
ptirpo-es and It cannot be doubted
that the material welfare of the na
tion will bo thereby greatly en
hanced. Ifollrz and Rfprestutiitivts:
Invoking tho blessings of tho Al
mighty upon your deliberations, I
now decline tho Legislature of the
When the Royal patty had left in
similar state to that of their entry,
the Legislative Assembly was called
to order by Mr. J. A. Magoon, clerk
of the previous session.
Mr. Widemann nominated Mr.
Iscnberg fur temporary chairman.
Mr. Rico nominated Mr. Kaubane,
und Mr. Hookano nominated Mr.
Mr. Brown moved, heconded by
Mr. Cpinwell, that the vote bo by
Mr. Kalua thought a show of
hands sulllcunt for n temporary
Mr. Widemann withdrew liis no
mination. Mr. McCarthy suggested that as
only two nominees wore before the
house the election might be by viva
Mr. Magoon ruled that it bo by
ballot and appointed Messrs. Bald
win and Corn well tellers.
The vote was taken and declared
as follows: Total votes cast 27, Na
wahi 11, Kauhuno 1C and elected.
Mr. Pua questioned the vote and
said that somuono else than the se
cretary should take it again.
Mr. Kauhuno having taken the
chair thanked tho members for the
mark of confidence, and hoped
everything that followed would be
in harmony and in accordance with
tho national motto.
Mr. Wideiuanii drew attention to
a hatful of ballots that had not been
counted. He had r.een thu secretary
lay the ballots down on the platform.
The secretary was then directed
o call the roll, and on doing so it
was found there wetu only two ab
sentees, as follows:
.7. A. Cummins,
II. A. Widemann,
J. S. Walker,
1). W. I'u a,
E. C. Miicf'.irhuic,
11. G. Crahbe,
O. J. McCarthy.
II. P. Baldwin,
W. II. Cornwell,
It. D. Walbridgc,
L. von Tomp'.ky,
(W. Y. Horner, abiont.)
li - vUv
J. M. Horner,
R. R. Hind,
uni'ti !.t'.vr.i'-i vi:i.
Cecil Biown, Honolulu.
W. II. dimming, Honolulu.
A. Murqitea. "
T. R. Lucas, '
R. W. Wilcox,
J. K. Bush, Koolau.
A. Ro-a, Walalu.i.
(A. Kauhi, Ewa, ah-.unt.j
"lll'I AND MOI.OKAJ.
Win. Y iiite, Lr.haint.
L. W. P. Knnealll, N. Walluk.i
.1. W. Knlua, S. Wmluku.
W. II. IlaNlead, Makawao.
P. Kamai, Hana.
A. Horner, ?.. Hilu. .
,1. Nawahi, S. Ililo.
J. T. Baker, C. Ililo.
W. II. Rickard, llamakua.
iv. unuooKano, lvouaia.
II. Waipiiilaui, Kona.
K. ApiUi, Kan.
II. Riee, Liline.
A. S. Wilcox, Hiinulel.
The secretary asked for further
instruction- in regard to the vole for
Mr. Phillips moved and il w.13
unanimously cart ied iuit Mr. Kau
bane haviiit; taken the chair do re
tain the -rat.
Mr. Cornwell moved that the
house adjourn till -. o'clock for or
ganization, afterward amending it
to 2 :U0 o'clock.
The chairman announced a com
munication that might affect the
voto on the motion. On being read
it proved to be an invitation from
Mr. J. II. Paty, President, of the
Oahu Railway and Land Co., in
viting the members to an excursion
in tho cars to Manana at 2 o'clock.
Mr. Baldwin Maid it seemed
ahsnnl that they should statt
out oh such an' expedition f,o
early. There would be plenty
of Saturdays for such an excur
sion, lie moved that a committee
of tliroo be appointed to wait on
Mr. Dillingham and thank him for
his invitation and would bo glad to
accept it on a later occasion. Mes-rs.
Baldwin, Paiker, and Cornwell wero
appointed as such committee.
The house t lien adjourned till 2:0
THS WlrE OF C01. OUCLEY SNU33 THE
WIFE CF THE PRESIDENT.
Washington, April 0. Aloiu; with
the Easter festivities to-day conies
a story which in like a cloud in n
fair sky. A number of well-known
ladies in Washington society vouch
for its authenticity, and it is not de
nied by the people dueetly interest
ed in it. It is well known that the
Piesident ha- turned a cold shoulder
toward Col. W. W. Dudley ever
since that famous "Blocks of Five"
circular was sent into Indiana. Col.
Dudley hn3 been Hhuiply criticised
by .others, but he has taken all of
the comments concerning the mattci
in an off-hand way, and seems lo
think that time and opportunity
will make all things even.
But Mrs. Dudley is not a politi
cian. She is a lady who loves her
husband, and thinks he is just as
smart as they make tlient. She
could not understand what, in her
estimation, was an act of cruel in
gratitude. Col. Dudley went into
tho pension business, and Mrs.
Dudley has had her wide circle of
acquaintances lo entertain. But all
along she has thought that Mrs.
Harrison had much to do with the
President's conduct toward her hus
band, and she did not propose to
put up witli it. The lime and op
poitunity for her came a few days
ago, and that is what all Washing
ton is talking of to-day. Mis.
Dudley uas in the Boston Store
making her Eastertide purchases,
and was busily engaged with them
when there was a fluttering of skirt
near her, and the next moment she
heard the salutation:
''Why, Mrs. Dudley, how do you
do? 1 am so glad to sec you."
Mrs. Dudley turned, and looking
calmly at a lady dressed very neatly,
she said, "Madame, you have the
advantage of me," and from her
eyes camo all the decision for which
Mrs. Dudley is so well known.
Her visitor stepped back and
said: "Why, Mrs. Dudley, yon
know me. I am Mrs. Iliuri-mi.''
Willi her steely look directed full
at Mrs, Hatrison, Mrs. Dudley,
with fotced contemplation, replied:
"Harrison? Harrison?" But her
musing was cut short when the
President's wifo turned and slim ply
said as she left: "Oh, you know
very well who I am." The. Piesi
dent's wifo left the shop immedi
ately, aud Mrs. Dudley resumed
her Eti9tertide purchases. When
sho left the storo it was with the air
of one who had righted a wrong that
for over a year had been thrust on
her husband. N. Y. Sun.
A Japanese steamship hue will be
established with Borniu Island,
'THE WEEKLY BULLETIN
I M fifiliuinir, puroly local iii-iltwv
Mulled to fnroljia couatriem, J5 per
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XT W 7 7 ...O i.
5 tTa L f S I fi S S'M 'h H i K
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$ nu Lummmxs
Society of tho United -States,
Are now selling fielr Bonds, nn.l nnon ei y tcrnii. The additlotud lea
lure of Insiiraiieo p os with evet Bond.
The followin' are a few of the many a'tractivo forms offered by tlili
original and prog.es.ivc Cinnpj.n :
ENOOWMENT BOD3, 5 PU Cf.rJT. GUARANTEED FOR LIFH.
INDEMNITY BONDS, 4 "
IMPROVED FREE TONTIHES WITH LUCRATIVE OPTIONS.
PARTNERSHIP AND JOINT LIFE
CHILDRENS' ENDOWMENTS, ETC.
The Company U equitable, ils payment prompt and certain, prA Its
(From th Acie J'orX-Sun, April Uh, 1300.)
Tht5 tinrgs litis'.nPHS V.wv TnsusticJotl ly u Ijil'-j Apnr-
Tho new Huainoss o( the Equitable Lifo Assurance Society of New
York for the first quarter of the presen, y .u is reporfe 1 to r.fceed Finr
Mim.io.v Doi.i.aks. This is at tlie rate of 'co hunihci mu'iunt of aisur
UHceJ'or ti'te ii'.-ir, aud is unprecedented in the annals of life issurance.
tfjV'Infortnftlioii cheerfully furnished to any who will write to or call
upon the undersigned at his oilh e.
ALEX. -J. OARTWRIOKT,
General Agent for the Hawaiian llanda, " piitable Life Aosuiancc Society
of tho U. S. Jaii-1-00
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Toilet Aitiele-, Kin,. Perfot-'i-s
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USING KXCLI SIV1-LY THE
HYATT PU?E VATE8 SYSTEfcl
rOli ALL AERAl'ED LKVFUAGES.
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Kni(-.is Giaml Alivi ,t Golden Anvil
Wrought Steel Cooking Ranges
"With Broiler & Eot Water Attachments !
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Cousumtng Oae-tWrd Less ruol, oJInr wood or coai, tLaa an7 aster 5te
In oxistinjc I
AsT Ho Hrick Work About It ! Jusl a Cban Cu Slave ! -!
Whose Sakuif? Qualities are Unsurpassed I
This Grate is of a iriangular form havirc; thr." auifaefs which Arc n
vcifriblc, flo that a M-parate ti.p smfaeo eat, l.e used on ahiin.itu days; or if
Hie one tiirfac.c in enuii-e of use shows anv wear Iheu tho other can be turned
up, and so nn the. oilier, making it equal m lurability to three distinct GritM.
FOP. SALE BY THE
i:. U. llKxiJisr, President it Manager.
GooKiinv lluow-a, becivuiry it 'Iieu-nn-r.
HAWAIIAN HARDWARE CO.,
IMrORTEUS and DEALERS IN
Oen'! Hardware, Glassware, Crockery,
Genuine Havikuid China, plain aud dscorate-l; and Wcdgtwo;d
Piano, Library A Staml Lamps, Chiwi'l"lier. t Elecloliers,
Limp Fixture.- of all kind-, A conij, '. '. as.or'tii't of Prills & FiIch,
PLANTATION SDPPLIBS of BYBRT DHHCEIPTIOH !
Tho "Cl.welle" ::-whe,.led Ruling Plow ,t Equalizer,
Bluebeard Rico Pluw, Pt.intcrt,' Steel f; llouioneekid Hoes,
LARD, CYLLN'DER, KEROSENE, LINSEED,
I'ainta, V.irnisher. & Bninht-H, Manila A, t-'imil Rope,
HANDLES. OF ALL KINDS, " ' ';
J.Iose, ?,-5.wi', Jfc3.os!o, - ' 'l
RUBBER, WIRE-BOUND ..f tup-nor (pi.ilily, Sl'EAM,
Agale Iron Warn, Silv.ir Plated Waio. Tahiti A Poekct Cutlery,
l'owder, Shot ACap, The Culebrateil'Olub" .M.iuliiuo-lr,adixl(JiirtriiigtM.
Hart's Patent "Duplex" Din Stock for Pipe A Bolt 'I breading,
llurtniau's Steel Wiro Fcneo A Steel Wiro Main,
Clate City Stono Filtort-,
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John Ena, Vice-President
Olcii. Jluo'vx, Audiior.
: C-'urt rttrrcl, Kuuohilri.
win. u. Usher h Wrought Steol Raii-roj
J.'coojss" Twist Drilli-,,
Neul'd 'Carriage Taints,