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TBE. EVENING BULLETIN: HONOLULU, H. I., SEPTEMBER 30, 1890.
Today, the next, the day after,
And for one month more, -h-h-h-h-h-h-
SHOES that have been sellinAfor cost, and below cost, will continue so. The people should fully
rexlize the 6peat advantages offered them in our great Retiring From Business Sale. They reap
the harvest? they ape the ones most benefitted, and they ape the ones that get the profits and
more, Put in your supply of shoes fop the next yearthey ape always needed. Got a good paip
of shoes for almost nothing. Oup shoes ape new, stylish, up-to-date. Think this ovep ; a wopd
to the wise is sufficient.
GASH ONLY SGOKS CLOSED.
Socl salo for Ih.i Olay Olonifnt
Beason of twelve porforiunncPB
in tb:- Opera House, will opu
Wodi pnluy moruitiR next at Wall
Niohi I-.. S.iits limy bo bought
for any tnd nil iiigktH of tho Ben
son. Pric-a from CD cunts to
Of 'lay Clement's opening picco
Tho K -w D.jiniuian to bo uiven
Oct. t'itb, tho Ohionjjo Daily
Obro !o npJafcs aB follows:
To t riiirptihod by nl-ut iu au
unkn.'.v 1 iictnr in n relief when bo
many nf tho eat-bliukcd favoritoa
are playing it pretty low down
with Hi'1 believing iativea. Yes
tordaj iiwbody in towu know what
righ' Hr. Olay Clement had to
ocou - i'.i hoardings in front of
Schiller, aud to-day only Uiob?
who were ititellig'iit onougb to
reco,;n.i'.( humbly asserted merit
and vi'io lnoky enough to witncBS
Mr. Olnnont in bin eha'lowy pliy,
"Tint New Dominion," foot tho
fbottir for lr'i entertaining por
M tJloment has talent of an
und b ed forco and quality muoh
abov- the average. QU play iu
not cictly n play, but rathor n
stndi in dialogue, with one strong
char 1 .r etching to lend it
strei 1 h and 'purpose. There is a
prottj I v mniivn in tho drawing
und h ui liri ;lit ooiuedy linos and
Bitaatiuuo. i'ho chief point of ex-
collet "i in too traiiio BKeton is its
total 'liginality of form, as tho
princti il part is the beginning
und 1 id of the play. Mr. Cle
ment a a plaoid but powerful ac
tor or couaiuoraiuo elegance 01
mMl ft twl nit nnon ttrlilnli nrn.
IIUll MM VI"J VMIWM w-
re finish in othfr roles.
tmont of the character
nstauffen is (scholarly
itivo. Tho dialect with
. Olemont endows this
lfesaor is tho ueatrtst I
1 since Oeorgo B.
10. Tho manners, tho
ing of comedy and
pathos, tho romantic element and
Quixotic gallantry assumed nro
ino3t finished bits of character
color. Wbethor Mr. Olomont can
play anything else so well as ho
does this emotional language
tricken German is not up for dis
cussion but it is worth while re
membering Edwin Booth's defin
ition of an actor ofmarked ability.
Booth contended that a man who
could play thrco parts finely was
a great actor. Mr. Clement oan
play one boautifully. A3 for hia
play or charaotor study, that is a
more serious undertaking. Tho
title is vague and unsatisfactory.
It lias roferonco to the lovo motive
and Virginia of course but it is in
definite nail blank. Tho scenes
aro given moro than usually fault
leas dialoguo and the situations
are in the main graceful nnd ef
fective, Mr. Ulomeut is a Urek
lettor man of the old Chicago un
iversity and his schooling helps
him out while he does not often
sivo bellow loarniog out over tho
footlights. Nothing is so abom
inable as tho eternal prating and
bawling of book knowledge from
the Btage or in print. Tho thing
is to know a few things worth
keeping to yoursolf when address
ing a public and Mr. Clement has
felt this while modesty treating of
botany, law, government and
other oortainties iu discreet side
lectures Bprinkled judiciously
about in tuo eketon.
"Clrcumitnncra Alter ttaaea."
In cases of dyspepsia, nervous
uess, catarrh, rheumatism, erup
tions, etc., tho circumstances may
bo altered by purifying and en
riching tho blond with Hood's
Sarsaparilla. Qood appetito and
good digestion, strong nerves and
porfect health take tho plnoo of
these diseases. Hood's Sarsa
parilla is America's Greatest Medi
cine and the best that money oau
Hood's Pills euro billiousQCRs,
1 have no doubt bat what the
word ghost conveys to tho general
mind a vague idea of something
of n shaky, transparent whito that
loafs around burial grounds, better
known as bone-orchards, old for
saken buildings and placos whoro
people have done wicked things to
Tho genorally accepted ghost is
a bunch of stray mist or a run
away fog-bank, or a few moon
boams in convention. I speak of
tho generally nccopted ghost in
this disrespectful manner for the
reason that genorally accepted
things very rarely exist, unless
thsy bo Christmas presents.
There aro bona-fide ghosts but
I hoy aro not generally accopted. I
knew a man onco who ran a ghost
nuoaoy, bo's a ghoBt himself now
and still in tho eamo business.
His namo was Ilipgravo and he
had a real ghost for a partuer, a
silent partner to be sure, who nt
tended to the business over tho
I ueod to vieit tho twain in
Qoboken, Ilipgrave and the silcut
partner were entertaining fellows,
full of spirits. Ripgrave's silent
partner had been a Tammany man
whon ho was ulivo and had dono
sincere dirty work for that ma
chine and pure lovo of country;
he was an all rouud sport and
such a good judco of horsofiesh
that ho could dotoct it in a restau
But what I likod best in tbo
silent partner was his knowledge
of the game of poker; ho would
materialize with us nightly for tbo
sake of tho natioual gamo and
play tho bluff business until bo
faded out of sight with the ap
proach of dawn. Great spooks! That
eh ado could bluff though; wo could
uover observo by his face what
kind of a hand ho bad, for as Boon
as tho cards wero dealt his coun
tenance went out, appearing again
for tho next deal. Of conrso ho
won all our monoy, but, being a
ghost, could tako uono of it away
with him to Jordan's Banks. So,
to easo our conoior.ee, (wo only
had ono between us) Ripgravo and
I would donate tho proceeds to a
Tammany club to buy votes with;
Dick Orokor lost it all on tho
English racos, however.
When I askod Diok about it, ho
swallowed his cigar stump and
said: "I decline to answer." But
that's anothor song aud dance as
tboy say in Hilo; on with the
Ghosts of the thoughts we've thought,
Ghosts of the sayings we've said;
Ghosts of the deeds we've done,
Ghosts of the books we've read.
Did you over hnvo tho spook of
some long buried idea come sneak
incr around to haunt vour nillow
on tboso wakeful ni?hts ? Or
perhaps rise beforo you in all its
mouldy egotism and msinnato it
eelf into your thought-pan whilo
you were ardently wooing some
maiden idea ? Did you ever havo
thf disombodied shade of some
thing you had at one time said,
loom up out of tho everywhere to
dap you in the face with Ub cold,
dummy hand and make faces at
what you happened to bo saying
at the time; insinuating that you
I lied, times had changed, oto. ?
y-jy-- A AAi"- """
A.'E. MURPHY & CO,
Did you over have the liberated
astral of a dead deed, uninvited,
presumoupon tho bcpuo of present
action; endeavoring to reincarnate,
as it wore, in the deed you hap
pened to bo doing at the tirao ?
Did you over have the porturbed
spirit of a book you had read,
haunt and tantalize you until you
thought you had ghosts on tho
brain f I have.
I was much haunted once by
tho spunky ghoul of a very dead
idea, I thought I could play
pokor, bo paid for tho privilpgo of
thinking for a long time. Every
card I held had this brazon faced
little ghostimp along; ho would
wjnk his fadod eyo,as transparent
as glass, and grin ghostly
encourngeraont, whilo I raised the
A lady invited mo to take din
ner with ber motbor;. I took tho
After dinnor I hinted poker and
tho lady expressed a polite and
bumblo wish to learn tho game;
I proceeded to teaob.
She dealt first and I stood pat on
two pair, kings high; sho drew
threo cards aud I bet high, for all
tho time the ghost I'vo been telling
you about was pitting cross-legped
on tbo crown of one of my kings
and winking at me like a royal
straight flush; I bet until my fair
partner culled mo with: "How
many of those ivory things must I
put into tho what-yon-ca!l-it to
Had out what yon tmvo in your
hand ? " Sho had two pair, acea
When, aftor that, I had two
pair, sho invariably Hopped down
three of a kind and asked me
which was the best hand; and
whon I arranged beforehand for a
full houso; sho spread four aoros
on the cloth. Tho ghost began to
I tried bluffing, tried to ecaro
hor into baokinc out, but oho call
ed mo faithfully overytime und al
ways had a pair of deuces or some
thing to beat my jack or teu high.
vnen x got a eiraigiu uusu sue
wasn't betting and lot mo rako in
Mv erstwhile pimed-up ghost of
a doad idea looked thin now and
kind of as if it wanted to go homo,
and stopped making faces at mo.
When at last I secured a royal
straight flush and all rny partner's
mouey was in the jack-pot, eho
disccored that I hsd six bards
and scooped in tho chips.
Then did I eeo that Imp of a
ghost trying to kiok tho back of
his nook, slin and fall on the sharp
corner of the denoo of hearts and
punoture his etomaob, spilling all
tho fog that ghoBts are mado of.
Tho last of him to disappear was
the chilly corner of a chillier
smile; seeing whioh, I gave up tho
The Last Oar.
Tho last oars of tho King street
lino going to Waikiki and Falama
pass the Anchor Saloon. The
olevorost mixologists in tho city
aro thoro always to put you up
nnvtliinr? von mav desire. Drop
in and tako a drop beforo you take
tho car. The oolebrated Seattle
beer is to be had hero on draught.
A full lino 01 liquors inoiuaing tno
fnmmifl A. A. Josbo Moore Whlsl.TT
oto., always on hand. Recchod
por Warrimoo, llaimor hook ii'der
on draught. The Anchor &rioon
is hero to please its patron.,
" Two "bits" and a BULLETIN
coupon buys a copy of. On To Manila,
KNOW ALL MEN BY THESE PRES
ENTS, that I, JAMES A. KING, Minister
of the Interior of the Hawaiian Islands, do
hereby certify and make known, that I
have examined Into the condition of 'THE
FIRST AMERICAN BANK OF HA
WAII, LIMITED," and It satisfactorily
appearing to me that the sum of Five
Hundred Thousand Dollars has been paid
In on account of Its capital stock, that the
Directors of said Bank are B. F. Dilling
ham, owning 200 shares of stock, Mark P.
Robinson, owning 200 shares, G. W. Mac
farlane, owning 25 shares, Bruce Girt
wrlght, owning 30 shares, and Cecil
Brown, owning 30 shares, and that all are
residents of Honolulu, In the Island of
Oahu ; and It also appearing to me that
said corporation has compiled with all the
provisions of the Banking Act of 1884.
required before commencing business, and
is lawfully entitled to commence the busi
ness of banking, permission Is therefore
HEREBY GIVEN to "THE FIRST
AMERICAN BANK OF HAWAII, LIM
ITED," to commence such business.
GIVEN under my hand and the
seal of the Department of the
SEAL. Interior, this 5th day of Sep
(Signed), JAMES A. KING,
Minister of the Interior.
The above Is a true and faithful copy of
the Certificate granted to The First Ameri
can Bank of Hawaii, Limited, under the
provisions of the Banking Act of 1884.
E. M. BOYD,
Notice Is hereby given that the under
signed has taken Into his possession, In
distress of rent, covering the period of two
months last past aud amounting to the
sum of ONE HUNDRED AND TWEN
TY (S120.00) DOLLARS, the property,
goods, wares and merchandise of the
LOOK HOP CO. doing business at com
er of Fort and"Beretan!a streets, Honolulu,
H. I., under style of "The Dewey Restau
rant," and has removed the same- to the
mauka storeroom In Orpheum Block,
where, after fifteen (15) days' notice, and
said rent remaining unpaid, said property
will be sold at Public Auction, Wednes
day, October 4th, 1899; to satisfy said
claim for rent together with additional
charges covering costs of removal, custody
and sale, In accordance with Section 1692
of Laws of Republfc of Hawaii.
MESSRS. BRUCE WARING & CO.
Agents for Mr. N. S. Sachs.
Dated this 18th day of September, 1899.
PINKE & CO,
Supply every variety of Cut Flowers and
Growing Plants. Sprays, Bouquets and
Funeral and Wedding Roral Designs sup
plied on short notice.
Offica, comer Fort street and Chaplain
Lane, opposi'-'he Catholic Mission.
119 King St.
CHURCH AND SOCIETY WORK.
of Real Estate, Situ
ate in, Honolulu, Isl
and of Oahu.
Pursuant to an order made by Honorable
W. L. Stanley, Second Judge of the Cir
cuit Court of the First Judicial Circuit,
filed the 2;th day of September, A. D,
1899, lii a cause entitled Rose K. Anahu,
Hiram Aiiahu, William Anahuy Rose Ana
hu and Ahfgle Anahu, by RoseK. Anahu,
her guard! in, against Mary Kamlkl, De
borah Pahiu, Alex. K. Pahau, Richard
Mahl Pahau, Miriam Amalu and' S. K.
Kane, the undersigned as Commissioner
duly appointed will expose for sate at
public aur Hon, subject to confirmation by
On Saturday, Oct. 14th, 1899,
at r2 o'clock, noon, at" the mnuk.i entrance
to the Judiciary Buildlmr,utl Ih.-il 1 lece or
parcel of land situate om ; i ;.i iui; i side off
Printer's Lane, Jn the oilv of Honolulu,.
Island of Oahu, the sau.ria'r.'K more fully
described In a cejtuln dcaS of partition
made by and between Llena and .Mary K.
Pahau ct al recorded In thr office of the
Registrar of Gmvt yxices ib Liber 75,
pase 3 Ur bounded a-vfollows:
Beginning at a point at the- nrakal side
of the lot" known as' Pacific Institute lot,
16S feet from Punchbowl st.'Cvt- aud run
ning 1. S. 72"45'W., true 115 5110'fect along
Godfrey Brown's lot ;
2. S. 22" 4;' E., true 95 feet along lane ;
3. N. 67 15' E., true 125 8-ro feet along
portion assigned to Llenaj
4. N. 300 oo' W., true 8i feet along the
Institute lotto Initial point, ccntalnlngan
area of 10660 square feetj being si portion
of the land described In L. C A. 283C,
Roynl Patent 5698.
Terms of sale are cash In U.5. Gold.
Deed at expense of the purchaser..
For further particulars apply to
ii.w. .m. ,t,jii
Young and Sound.
At Lower Figures Than Ever
Inspect Them in Our Paddocks
Honolulu Stock-yards Co
Corner Alakea And
A GOOD THING
Ohia, AlgorolR and Pine Firewoo
Out and Split (ready for the Stove),
STOVE, STEAM & BLACKSMITH COAt
WHITE AND BLAOE BAND
it Lowest I'tlict', delivered to any par
HUSTAOB & CO.,
31 O'neon Street.
W. II. Darth.
Honolulu Sheet Metal Works,
Galvanized Iron Skylights and Ventilators,
Conductor Pipe and Gutter Work.
RlcharJs Street, bet. Queen and Merchant. Honolulu,
0af Jobbing promptly atteotfej Q.
& V-.VV .