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THU J4VEN1JNU BULLETIN: HONOLULU, H. L, NOVEMBEK 7, 189.
DELEGATION PROM BOHEMIA
What with the opom company ntvl
the troupe of vaudeville Artists at tho
Orphcum, Honolulu has quite n delega
tion from Uohoinla hero Just at pres
ent, clover peoplo who earn their liv
ing by their talents and whose hold on
tho public Is through their p.iwcrn of
Thcso folliB ore dlffpient frotti ordi
nary person, nlthough thep appear to
bo about tho same. They move In n
world of their own and llvo u roaming
llfo in tho pursuit of their profession.
Among the cleverest of tho artists tit
present hero nro tho Wlllitnls , now
playing at tho Orphcum, who "coax
sweet music out of queer Instruments."
Nightly for several weeks they hafj
delighted audiences by tholr playing
on queer combinations of Iron, wood
aluminum, bamboo and on bell
Tho favorlto instrument of thn per
formers is what Is called tho mammoth
octaphonc. It Is very slmll.tr to the
"marimba," tho instrument cf tho Guti
temala Indians. Tho octaphonc, how
ever, is arranged in fourths, tilths nun
octaves and has a tone vety like th:il
of an organ and piano played in uni
son. Tho manner of playing 13 by strllc
lng with little hammeis on pieces of
wood of different sizes whit h lmo
tubes beneath them to make the nolo
A queer novelty Is tho J.ipaner."
bamboo callopc. It is madu entirely of
bamboo stalks hollowed out and cut to
different lengths which nro hung on a
framo nnd struck with hammers In
the hands of tho performers.
This instrument wns dlscot"rd In ti
queer way at tho World's fair held In
Chicago several years ago. A frc-nl
musical performer was visiting the Ju
pancso vlllngo which wns foii'.itructcd
of bamboo nnd entirely surrounded
with a. bamboo fence. Happening to
strlko tho fenco with his enno In pass
ing ho noticed that sonio of th'i bam
boos gavo out a mimical sound hen
struck. Ho got some of the stuff nnd
ills experiments led to the liutninu'iil
that pleases and bowlltlors thn audi
ence. Tho different Instruments now being
used by tho Willards represent this out
lay of over $2000 and they r.ce.l tho ;
enro of tho performers every iluy, its
they nro very complicated ami liable
At present Jlr. Willard with Ocoigo
Brand of tho Ilcigstrom Muslu Co., Is
building a giant zylophono of glass,
which when completed will be n nocl
addition to tho mnny curlout Instru
ments from which music Is produced.
!' ofDelotrnl Mnrcrllo.
mioruoy uouorKi viiujji-i un
LOCAL AND GENERAL,
IF YOU WANT A SUBSTANTIAL,
EASY-RIP1NG WHEEL, BUY A
WHITMAN & CO.,
been busy ut forenoon examiuitig
tho witnesses in the uaso of D
toLni Mnrcello. clmrced with
murder in tbo first depro. Tin bi
are Italian laborers at 8. M. l)n-' j-bs
mon'a place in Moannlun. Deputy
Marshal Ohillingworth went down -
to uotify tho men Inst night and
they appeared on tho scene tbia , ihi hi i Alltuni Q Pf
morning. The case of Marcoll.t is ' WALL, NlVsnULO VV)
tioomn uDdnriugtho prosot'terni'r . afMiTED). ' u
of tho Circuit Court. '
1000 copies Sheet Music, 15c per
copy. Catalogue free.
ReJnn and Stella Music Boxes at Reduced Prices
Beau Ideal Strings,
Win niv .ptlim, nnru Mandolins nnd ntiittirs from .co to S20
-Sole Agents for'Maurer Mandolins and Martin Guitars,
fico. 'Green 1b now driving n hack.
American Messenger Service. Te'c
BOARD your horses at the New King
Dan VIda has been ntado an Inspec
tor of Customs.
Horses clipped in a humane mnuncr
nt the Club Stables.
There is an epidemic of distemper
among tho dogs of tho city.
If you want bounucts or ilorul deco
rations of any description get uupplled
nt Flnko & Co's.
In tho caso of tho Republic vs Moko
and Emalla, the Jury brought In n er
dlct of guilty, one disKcntlut,'.
Kanlhua is being tried this utti'innmi
before a jury. Ho Is charged with
maintaining a gambling gjmi
In the Pollco Court this f.iicunon
Nnholonna wat ilned fand eost3 on
the charge of cruelty to animal.
The 31st Regiment baud cava a very
enjoyable concert on tho grounds of
the Hawaiian hotel yesterday after
The Minister of tho Interior h is ap
pointed John M. ICca nnd John W.
Short, notaries public for the First .lit
AVnlklkl .Inn, formerly Wright's
Villa, pleasant rooms with board, In
cluding sea bathing, $12 per week.
Dinners n bpocinlty, with wine.
Mechanics' Home, corner Hotel nnd
Niiuanu htrcets, lodging by tiny, week
or month. Terms: 2C and CO cents 1
per night. $1 nnd $1.25 per week.
The moving of a cottage along the
lng caused no end of Inconvenience to
various vehicles. It was neccmry to
tut several wires to allow thn house
to pass along.
Sealed tenders for the supply of
building materials, powder, pttlnt. oil,
etc., for tho use of the Dure.ut of Jlumls
nnd Hrldges will ho recclvetl at the
otllce of tho Minister of tho Interior
up to Thursday, Nov. 9, nt 12 noon.
Hop Wo & Co., King street near
Union Square, are now holding :i sale
of ready-mado crash and wulto duel:
suits, which will bo cleared out below
cost prlco on account of Intended re
moval. Sco Now Today .
E. C. Bond, Thos. Wolff. C. jy. J tJ.
McLeod, E. Lindsay, Geo. Hodielr. W.
von Graevemeycr, C. von Iiumm. J.
M. Kanaakua, D. U. Maconnrhle, W. II.
Babbitt ond MIrs A. M. Austin w, re
among tho, departures for Maul nnd
Hawaii ports In tho Kinau todnv.
Lieut W. A. Castle, ono of the regu
lar officers who passed thiough here In
tho City of Peking, spent qulto a llttlo
tlmo with tho Castles heio in the city.
Lieut. Castlo, nlthough a good Buck
eye from Ohio, tald yesterday that ho
believed hu had established h!i. rela
tionship. In :i game of basket ball bQtwcen
tho teams of young ladies from l'titit
I1011 nnd Kamehameha yestcrdtt nftor,
noon, tho latter won by a scoio of 21
to C. They played all around tho Puna
lious on tho lattcr's own f.rouuds.
Messrs. Williamson nnd Brock wcie
the umplro nnd refcrco, respecthely.
VSfk iii tAAIXiMar.'K'ut
Another jom of
Jnlinstone & .Uirphy'.s crea
tion. The Australia Ii.ij, just
brought us this inw sho
J, fresh from the factory, and
33- the very latest for this season.
This shoe is anatomically
correct, will Hit with pertect
comfort, and always retains
v MPinornu Vhna Vtnro
IIIUIIIUIIIJ UIIUII IIIUIUI
KNOW ALL MEN BY THESH
PRESENTS, that I, JAMES A. KING,
Minister of tho Interior of tho Ha
waiian Islands, do hereby certify nnd
make known, that I have examined
Into the condition of "THE FIRST
AMERICAN BANK OF HAWAII.
LIMITED," and It satisfactorily ap
pearing to mo that tho sum of Five
Hundred Thousand Dollars tins been
paid In on account of Its capital stock,
Mint the Directors of snltl Bank nto 11
1 Dillingham, owning 200 shares of
stocl.. .Mark P. Robinson, owning 200
fehnrra. O W Maefnrlanp. owning 25
shnics. Uruee Caitwrlght, owning fiO
hlmies am' Cecil Brown, owning 3C
hhni'cs, and that till tiro residents of
llonolu 11. In the lslnntl of Ouhu; and
It also appearing to mo that said cor
poration bus compiled with all the
provisions of tho Banking Act of 1881.
ictiulrcil before commencing business,
nnd Is lawfully entitled to commence
the business of banking, permission u
therefore lHMtEBY GIVEN to ""THK
FIRST AMERICAN BANK OF HA
WAII, LIMITED," to commence such
GIVEN under my hand and the
seal of tho Department of
SEAL. the Interior, this 6th day
of September,, I SOU.
(Signed). JAMES A. KING.
Minister of tho interior.
The ubovo Is u true nnd faithful copy
of tho Certificate granted to Tho First
American Bank of Hawaii, Limited,
under tho provisions of the Banking
Act of 18S4.
E. M. BOYD.
WHITNEY 1 MARSH, LTD.
Among the articles remaining in the Egan stock
are a few FINE STAPLES, such as :
ranging in prices from $15 to Sioo.
THE BERGSTROM MUSIC CO,
Pr'osress Bloolc.; Forest, u.
Sole Agents for Chlckerlng, Kimball, Crown, Royal, Krorger, Krell, Pl.tnos.
.Aloha Collection or Hawaiian bongs..
Chan Tat Auxin Nulibvil.
Ohuu Tai nppcHnd" in the Cir
cuit Ooutt this foiotioou on the
chhr,:G of robbery. The proeecu
tiou refuertl to hnvi unythitic tn
dn with tho cago nnd (lisclntrpcd
tho iltjfetiilunt on the prontm tlmt
tlitt (jerlificiitf did not make out
rohhery hot laroHny. Thu Chinn-
m(iu went ont of thn court room
rejoiciuR but jnst ns ho rrnclitd
the hnllway bt whb iirroeted b)
Won. Vidn, thin time on the chnrpp
A little later ou, defendant and
hia attorney, A. G. M. llubprlbon,
appcRrfd in thn Police Court.
UhuD Tai wna reltBnl on S500
bail put rp by Ah Clin, the vpco
tablR Cbinanian, nud f'c cube waf
ant for another dsto.
NOUVBA UTK BRAID, in various shades
and styles; Ejian's price up to 75c a yard;
now offered at ts pf-
TORCHON LACES, VALENCIENNES
LACES, ECRU LACES jejc Q v(
20 pieces of LACE, 2 and 3 inches wide,
while it lasts , ,4
CORDUROY SKIRT FACING, 3 yds for...'.e-
LADIES' BELT SILK HOSE SURPORT-
ERS 15c a pair
Odd sues in LADIES' KID GLOVES, to
close out at iA n nnln
5c a dozen
And many other small articles to which we have not had opportu
nity to direct special attention.
WHITNEY & MARSH, Ltd.
We have on hand a nice line of dust covers, lo spread over the bURgy
w hen not In use. Also Clothes and Laundry Bags, Carpenter Aprons,
Canvas ll.ttniniii.ks, etc., etc.
vVe make Tents, Aw nines, Canopies, Machinery Covers, and In fact
anything in the line uf canvas, work.
PEARSON & POTTER CO., Ltd.,
312 Fort street. Telephone 565.
On September 13 Young Chu Quon sold
the tlry gooJs business of Chu Yip & Co.
to l.um Mov SnoW. All Nils against Chu
Yip it Co. will t'e paid by Lum Moy
Honolulu, Nov. 2. tSvj.
1167 YuU.N'i CHU QUON.
The Annual Meeting of the Pacific Hard
ware Co., Ltd., will be held at Its office
In Honolulu on Thursday, November oth,
at 10 o'clock a. in.
Honolulu. Nov. 2nd. i8;o.
DKWUY DONi: UrcCElVINK.
WushliiKton. Oct. CT. Atlmlra)
Downy definitely announced to.lnv thai
lie would not ko to Chicago, thu l'n
t'lflc Coast or anywhere flso Thli
nioinlng tho Hpcrotary of tho CI:lr.iRo
ileccptlun Conunlttoc nskctl Dowey
thiotiKh Kiank A. VattdctHlIp, Assist
nut Secietnry of tho Tivastny, to Mule
dcllultt'ly when ho would vltdt CIiIcmku.
Tiio reply was that ho would not ko
to Chicago nt nil nnd, poutlvdy, that
ho would not ac-opt any inor luvl
tntlous to visit any rlly In tin 1,'nlt'ji!
Thu admlinl said that. In the first
p'aco. his health would not sUnd thu
strain, and aj;:iln, Hint ho'l-.as nitteh to
pei form ltere in WashlnK'.on In con
nection with tho I'hlllppinit Commis
sion, of which ho Is a momuur. lint
beyond nil this Dowoy'H tea- that If
ho rocs about tho country receiving
welcoming addresses smllltiKly 1 eoplu
will think him soft. Ho will not httvu
any imiru of It.
OPERA :: SEASON :: GOODS.
.Has now on view the choicest selection of.,
High Class Opera Wear
Ever seen In Honolulu, being the SPECIAL IMPORTATION selected
durfi tier recent Eastern visit. These elegant goods comprise OPERA CAPES,
TOTS., MARIE ANTOINETTE SCAlfos, and NECKWEAR of the richest
dedans of thenresent New York and Paris fashions. HATV n the very latest Eastern
styles. Also Fringesand Butterfly Effects..
During the Opera Season, Miss Killein has arrangeo a special department for
ColfTems of the latest Parisian styles. '
Special Engagements may be made by rlneing up
Telephone 935r ' ' . ""
My Art Department, Up Stairs,
m IS REPLETE WITH THE LATEST DESIGNS IN 3
Stamping, Drawn Work and Embroideries.
-FULL LINES OF
Washable Embroidery Silks, Stamped Linens, Cushion Tops,&cMAlwaysinStock
' '.. ALSO '
Different shades and colors in highgrade Japanese Silks.
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B. W. JORDAN,
No. 10 FORT ST.
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