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EVENING nUM.KTI!. HONOLULU. T. II.. SATUIUUV. APniL 13. 1907.
' T I'M., Sn ." -mil Mr. I IihiIi-x , "I Miuilcr when' ScU'iicc it
li' .1 II III "Mill ,
"Vli:il' it ilmii- now '."
"Tli" l.iti -i ihitiK," "iii'l Mr. Doolcv,
A fclluM up hi MiitMt-liiM)ftt Iiit ilmii'
die nn' In- wciiili" vc nftlii-r vc ilic, tin' tli
fcil Mr. lloiiiii-ssy.
"in wcighin' tli' lniiuun oul.
it. Ik- weighs ye liefuro yn
ilill'reuee is wlmt ve'er -olil
vuijiIik. lie lirovereil tlmt tlr nv nift" weight iv :i oill in .cw
Eimlniiil i i (iiiiiiiM ur n little lew. IVm thin lie iirj:ie- lliat tli'
t'oiiM'ii'iii-c in"l part iv tli' -mil. If it wus tli' mill wild lie in tli'
liwivywiglit clnw, ft- tli' Now Kiiiiik1 eniieieiK-c no feulhcr. 1 1
think it don't cwiipi- with tli' mini, hut 1 i lmrrid in tli' rooms iv
it old fnin'ly home, tli' liver.
"It- ho -iinplc it miMt Ih- trni', nn' if it ain't Inn- iitmyliow it's
Binipli'. lint itV n tnr-rhle tln'nj; to think iv. I i-nn't .ee iiiuiy nionfy
iii it n mi invintioii. Who'll wnm to have hi mhiI weighed i H
Mp ye'er time Iiiih eoiiie. Th' fnin'ly nr-re limy with their own
thought, jirievin heenu-e thi-y hiidn't Iioi-ii n jiimhI to ye us they
might, lifi-nu-i- they won't luivi- ye with thiin nnny more, Wnttse it's
too lute f'r thiin to.Mii:m- thiln-'ilve-, pilyin' ye lnr;ine ye'er not
itmminiu to hniv their orrvs with thiin, wondhrin' whether th'
lilnek (llin-wM tlmt were lioiinht in honor iv what people might cny
if tliev didn't wenr thiin in miiiirv i Aunt Klizn, wild he notieed if
after taking Ayor'a
Sarsaparilla you begin
to feel its cleansing,
trengthening, and 'purifying
T. ,l .1 .... I i i
lou fcol that your depression It
.., pasting away; jour brnln clears urn
luilllhlv iK'fme teneher '. nil -hv: MlillllNiV, llliolll uilllVlllilig1 J'B look brighten sleep It refresh-
, ' , . -ii i ' i m i r it I '"Kl """ ""tea act heller; ami new
llllll I. Ill I lid WriJillCH 1MI II ri.lll HI llll'UIIM'U ttllll II lllll' I lilt.- I III ill
igu'riiiil ih ye'er-dlf. I'll hnve to pny ye hiifjk th' money 1 took fr'm
ye f'r ye'er whoolin'. It wni ohtnilied lie fnlo preten-ei.'
"How etui I know uniiv'thing, whin 1 haven't puzzled out what
1 am me-dlf. 1 am Dnoley, ye ay, lint yu'ro on'y a ensnal olnnrver.
Ve iloii't eare aniiythitn; iilxint me .IctuiN. Ye look nt me with a
gin nil eye. Xawtliin' that happens to wo renllyjhnrts ye. Ve wry,
'I'll pi over to -ee Dnoley," hoiiii'tiini's, hut more often ye say, 'I'll pi
over to Duoley's.' I'm a houe to ye, wan iv a tliotiaml that hwik
like a row iv model wiirrukili'iuen's eoltnp's. ' I'ni a post .to hiteh
ye'er ileiiee to. I'm always ahoiit th' saine to ye. Hut to me I'm a
milium Dooleys an' all iv tliim sthriingers to .MI!. I niver know
which wan iv thiin is eoniin' in. I'm likea hotel keeper with on'y
Avail lied nn' a mill von giie!", who emue wnu nt a time an' tumlile
each ;l her out. I m-I up late nt night an' pas th' hotlle with a guy
an' careless J)ooley thnl liiwn'l a mrrow in th' wiirruld, an' Miililenly
1 look up an' -ee sett in' ncrmt fr'm me n gloomy wreteh that lires th'
dhrink out iv th' window nn' ehnsvs ine to lel. I'm jut gcttiii
u i'l to him whin another Dooley comes in, n' cro, vnntaiikerous,
era.v fellow that intd-d on eatin' hrenkfnst. with me. An' so it. pies.
llwv wpi-p worn mmiti f'r i 'I'll' vi-i-v viiimir iniiiilini... iv 4 1 fnin'lv
nr-re stnndin nroniid, thrviti to look i'h -ml us thev think thev ought I ' kl,,,w "10''' 1,Im"11 m,AU ,lla." "'.vholy known au'L know miwthin'
to look. Hut they ean't keep it up. They nudp iiieli other, their
eyes wnmlher nrniind th' room, nn' fr'm time to time they plnnco
ovor nt Cniisin Felix an' expect him to make a InupYhle face, lie's
yr-roat frind iv llieirs an' they're Hiirprifd he in't piyer. Some
tllillj; liillt've hiippeueil to him. May In- he's lust his joh. There
ar-re a ii"Toiit inaniiv nuiM's in th' tlireei. Th' iiudertuker whistles
as he pies liy. nn' two iv th' neighliors ar-re nt th' pile wiyin' what
n line mini ye were if ye didn't dhrink. tin n-kiti' did ye leave much.
"An' little ye eare. Kvorytliinij is a millyou miles away fr'm ye.
I'"r th' tNt time in ye'er life ye'er alone. F'r the firt time in ye'er life
ye. F'r th' llrnt time in ye'er life ye'er alone. F'r the lii"-t time in ye'er
life ye ar-re ye'crsilf. FY I liven knows how mauuy years ye've lieen
wtmeliody ele. Ve're lieen ye'er wife, ye'er fnin'ly, ye'er relutioii", th'
jioli-nnui on th' heat, th' doctor, lh' newspaper rayporther, th' fore
man at th' mills, th' Juws iv th' hind, th' hnrtimlcr that gives ye
dhrinks, th' tailor, th' harher, nn pulilic opinion. Th' wur-ruld has
huld a Iookiu glasK m frnut
nelled ve to miike face." in
iv ye frm th day ye were liorn nn' com
it. Hut in this here pniticular liusiucs
ilivou an had opiuvoii
vo nave no wan lo pieai-e out ve ersni. wood o
are-io alike. Ve're akelly iiuthrolililed Iki gratichond an' revenp'.
Xh wan euii help ye or stay ye. Ve'ro heyond th' s-oiind iv th' iilnrui
clock an' th' facthry whistlo an' lieginnin' th' Hig Day Off whin lh'
man iv Science shakes yc U- th' elUiw an' says; 'Ve've pit to weip"i
out.' An' he weighs an' ligures; 'Wan hundherd an' forty-siven fr'm
wan hundherd an' lift v. Hiven fr'm naught can't ho done; horry
wan; iven fr'm ten leaves thnc. I liud that th' Mini iv our late
Inmiuted frind weighed n light three pounds nvirdoopoi"!-.'
"Xo, Sir, it won't do. 'Twill nicr lie poiylar. People won't
have their Minis weighed. 1 wudden't f'r all th' wurrnld have th'
wiirrild go through th' ward: "Did ye hear ahout Donley's "oul '.' 'Xo,
what (' 'They had lo get an expert accountant to tiguic its weight,
it was that puny.'
"D'ye suppo-e Dorpm, lh' niillyoiinire, wnd eouiut lo it i' Whin
he entered th' race iv life he was properly handicappid with a s-oul
lo ollVel his nvnrice nn' hi" nhility, o that miiiic iv lh' iet iv us wild
have a kind iv a how again! him. Hut ii" oou ii" he thinks no wan
can -co It in t he hegins to get rid iv his weight an' comes roiupiu' home
miles ahead, lint th' judges .ny: 'Hold on, there ; ye'll have to
weigh out,' an' a little later a notice is posted up that Dorg.in is dis
qualified f'r ridiu' iiudlierweight in th' iiialthi'i- iv null. On lh' other
hand, there's little .Miss Muddigan, th' steaintre-". Shi
left nt lh' pot; she's jostled nil th' wnv around, an' cijlnes in lauir
n had hist. Hut she r- th on y
She weighs nincty-r-ix pounds-
iv it soul. An amid exclamations iv r.igo tr m Chancellor JJav, who '
in this Futurity, an' cries iv joy fr'm "
Though I'd make a map fr'ui uieiu'ry an' pissip iv aiiuy other mini,
f r mcsilf I in slill uncharted.
"So what's th' ii"e iv thryin' to know iiiinythiug less important.
Don't, thry. All ye've pit to do is to helievn whut yu lieiir, nn' if ye
do tlmt elioiigh'ufther u while ye'll henr what ye helieve. Ve've got
to stiirt in lielievin' iK-fure ye can find a iviisnn f'r yo'er lielicf. Our
old frind Christopher ('o)iiiuhus hadn't iiiuiy good reason f'r lielievin'
that there was aiiuy such a place as America. Hill ho lielicved it
without a reason an' thin wiut out an' found it. ' Th' fellows that
di-covered lh' canals on TMnrs which other fellows think cud he cured
he a good oculist, hadn't nnny right to think there were canals on
.Mar-'. Hut wan iv thiin said: T wondher if there are-re canals
on .Mars; I helieve there ar-re. I'll look an' see. He lliven, there
ar-re.' If he'd wondliered an' thin helieved uliout clothes poles he'd've
found t liiiii too. Anuy kind iv a fact is proof iv a hclief. A firm
l-elief atthracts fads. Thev come out iv holes in lh' ground an' cracks
in th' wall to support lielicf, hut they run away fr'm douht.
"I'll niver get nnny medal f'r inakin' auny man give up his lielicf.
If I see a fellow with a chuhe on his eye an' heal' him hollerin', 'Hoo
ray, I've discovered a new phiuat. I'll he th' last man in lh' wumihl
lo hrush th' lly off lh' end iv th' telescope. I've known people that
sen ghosts. 1 didn't see thiin, hut they did. J'hey cud see ghosts
an' I ciiddeii'l. There wnsn'l annything eUe to it. I knew a fellow
that was a Spiritualist waiist. lie was in lh' chattel morgedge husi
licss on week iluys an' he was a Spiritulist on Sunday. He cud under
stand why th' spirits wild always pick out a stout lady with false hair
or a giiitlcmau that hnd his lliuiuh mark rcgisthered nt l'olis Head
quarthei's to talk through, an' he knew why spirits liked to play on
h.uijoes an' mandolins an' why they convar.ed U rappin' on a talile
in lh' dark. Th' on'y reason I cud think iv was that they'd always
lived in hoordin' hoii-es an' cudIn-'t get rid in lh' customs.
"Hut he had th' U'st iv me. lie Is'lievcil '-f doubted, lie took
mo to what he called a seeance wausti They give mo a front seat.
I hcerd a good deal iv talk iiiuong th' spirits behind lh' eurtnins. Says
wan with a ('crmaii nccint: 'Who's th' fellow with lh' old come-on ('
'Oh, he don't amount to unnvthing, an' amivliow vo cudden't wake
th' old boy up if ye set fire to him.' 'Hurry along with thiin feathers,'
ays another spirit voice. I turned to mu frind an' I see be th' look in
his eyes that it. wud be a waste iv effort to impose on him. 'They
llfoanil lKrtitgi!i to taku postcttiun,
ot Jour ulioli) kytteia. Your dlges
tlon Improves; J oil uvl more licnotlt
froiujour fmiil! yoiirnppctitorotunii.
Your (rli-nds ticcjuln notice a marked
change In your general nppcarnnce.
Tlio old color entiles lack to tlio litis;
tlis ejus lonk brighter; tlio step be--comes
inoio elastic! and every duto ot
promotes tlio return of good health. '
Tlioso who sillier (rum tlio deblll.
tating cITc-els of n wnttn climato will
find in Ayer'a .Sinrparllla Jtut what
they nocd to lirlns Inck'tlio old forco,
vim, nnd energy,
Thoro aro many Imitation
Bo suro you cot "AYER'S."
tat in J j Or. J. C. A jr Ct.. Uwell. Mt.,U. S. A.
ATin-a tills, th Mt nmiir inti.
Rich and Mellow
Lovejoy & Co.,
902-9 J 4 Nuuanu Street.
'Phone Main 308
Importers and Dealers in Fine Wines and Liquors.
has plunged heavily on Dorian
coiue,' he savs. 'It. is L'npiwana,' he says, as th' ghost iv a noble rod
all bill mmi 'v '''' l,,"'', apiieareil through th' curtain, muttheriu': Mlimmel,
why diilut ye j;et that chair out iv lh way r Ho looked ivry inch
-!.( . . !' uniiiHUoii it tli' li.miiot ..ii liu liu.1,1 l.i ' .miixti.. t ..fixu
wan iv tli' lot tlmt r. Kept III weilil. '" """.'" " '" " '" "'"- " - "" " "",,""' h'";""
six iv it bein' lea an' toast an niuctv "" 'l'!' 'f', '' I"""'"'! Sinipon hero' sas he. 'Yes,' cays me frind.
liat can I do l r ye today, great clue! '. 'Do ve Know a man lie tli
ame iv Mullarkc.y V 'I do' says .Simpson, 'f see him earrvin' a
n thousand 1-ather Kellys, Wlio have hacked th ill I v, her uunilicr u
"Xo, Sir, whin it comes to piin' up to th' scales to
have their sou, woiijhed pcoplc'll be as shy as they are
in a Customs House. Th' people thai wild make th' invintioii pay
wud be th' lut to waul to be tested by it. Th' pa-apers might keep
records iv th' results; '.lithcr So-an'-So, th' gr-reat captain iv fi
nance, died yeterday, universally regretted. His estate amounts to
nineteen millyou dollars. There ar-re two large beipiests to charity.
AVan is a thrust fund M-t aside f'r his maiden sister Aniiybelle, who
will ni-eivo f'r life th' income on eight hundherd dollars in stock
iv th' Hackeiisiick lloadims ( 'oinp'iiy. Th' other is forty-two dollars
to buy a wooden leg f'r his brother Isaac, in Abilene, Kansas, it bein'
understood that no charge is to bo made bo th' estate against th'
brother f'r a set iv false teeth boughPf'r him in th' year nineteen
four. Th' balance iv th' property is left, in trust f'r th' minor childher
until they ar-re !() years old. Th' deceased .requested that his soul
be measured be trov weight. It tipped th' beam at wan penny
weight.' " I
"D'ye think th' soul can bo Moigbod;" asked Air. lienuessy. "I
know it's there, but 1 think I kind iv fed 1 wondher T don't
hardly know "
"1 see what ye mean," saiil .Mr. Dooley. ''Scales an' clocks ar-re
not to lxi thriislcd to decide anuylhiug that's worth deciding. Who
tells time be a clock Ivry hour is th' same to a clock an' ivry hour
is dilVrcnt to inc. Wan long, wan short. There ar-re hours in th'
aveiiin' that pass between two ticks iv lh' clock; there ar-re hours in
th' arly niorniii' whin a man can't Bleep that JUptliiisaliili'n age cud
stretch in. Clocks ar-re habichool liars, an' so ar-io scales. As soon
us annything gets good enough to weigh yo can't weigh it. Scales
ar-re f'r th' other fellow. I'm perfectly williu'. to take yo'er weight or
ye'er soul's weight fr'm what th' scales ay. Little, I care. A pound
or two more or loss makes no dilFrence. Hut when it conies to
nieasiiriii' something that's precious tu me, I'll not thrust it. to a slight
improvement on a seesaw.
"Hut what do I .know about it, annyhow? What do I know about
annylhiiig? I've been pitchin' information into ye f'r more years
thin aniiywan iver wint lo colledge, an' I tell yo now I don't know
annything uliout annything, 1 don't like to thrust nieMlf forward.
I'm a modest mini. Won't somebody else get up t Won't yo get up,
Tidily Itiwiifelt, won't yo Wiliiui Jennings Ilrynii, won't yo T'risidint
Kliot, won't ye, pro-fissors, preachers, doctors, lawyers, iditors? Won't
annyhody get.un? iu I nnnybody.wny that they don't know anuy
rockin' chair down stairs,' says tlio haughty l'attywatoniie. 'Hig chief
Wants wampum,' ho says. Simpson pressed a roil iv bills into his
swarthy bands an' says to me: 'Come along quick.' 'What f'r'!' says
1. '.Mullarkey is moviii' his furniture, an' I have n morgedge on it,'
says he. 'Th' Jnjiin always advises me right on matthers iv business,'
says he. An' there was a man that wud bite a silver dollar in two
befuro he'd take it. f'r good." -
".My aunt seen a ghost wanst," said .Mr. llennessy.
"Ivrybody's aunt has seen a ghost," said -Mr. Dooley.
In accordance with the provisions
of a certain limrtgngo inalle by 3. K.
Xnklhi and Mra. Isabella Xnklln, his
wife, iiiortgngiiis, of Klpahulti, Coun
ty of Maui and Territory ot lluwnll,
to Kli.ihulti Sugar Company, a cor
poration organized and existing un
der nnd by virtue ot tho laws of said
Territory, mortgagee, dated 22nd day
of December, A. D. 1900 nnd record
ed In the olTlce ot tho itcglstrar of
Conveyances In Mb. 213, KoIh. 4:tr.
to 438, Notice Is hereby given tlmt
tho said Mortgagee intends to fore
close the same for conditions broken,
to wit: non-payment of principal and
Notlco Is llkewlso given that after
tho expiration of three, consecutive
weeks from tho (Into of publication of!
this notice, the qnld mortgagee nam
ed In said mortgage Intends to nnd
3fir.1 Mar. 30; Apl. 0, 13, 20.
will foreclose, the same nnd will nil
ertlso and offer for sale tho prop
erty covered nnd conveyed' therein,
and will sell the Bamo at public auc
tion nt the auction rooms of James
F. Morgan, In Honolulu, Territory of
Hawaii, on Monday, April 22nd, A.
D. 1U07, at 12 o'clock noon. The
following Is a description of said
Twenty" acres In It. I 1701 to T.
Naldln situate at I'uualii, Klpahulti,
District of liana, Island of Maul.
Further particulars may bo had of
Henry 11. Cooper, Attornoy for Klpa-
littlu Sugar Company, mortgagee, at
his ofllco in the Judd Ilulldlng, Mono-'
lulu, T. II.
Dated Honolulu, T. II., March 28,
A. I). 1007.
,KH'AHUI.U SUOAU COMPANY,
lly I- KLAMP,
GOOD WORDS FOR
The Harrison Mutual Burial Ass'n.
Welcome To Our New Store
YEB CHAN & CO.
We have had re-modeled the old and historio building for
merly occupied by Messrs, Castle & Cooke, King' and Bethel Sti.
We have fitted the new store with the most modern fixtures .
and devices for displaying dainty DRY GOODS, NOVELTIES AND
WOMEN'S, MEN'S AND CHILDREN'S SHOES.
We have filled the store with a wide variety of stylish, good,
up-to-date Merchandise from the London and New York Markets,
our aim being to give the best goods that the best markets sup
ply at our well-known CLOSE PRICES.
We cordially invite you to inspect this fine stock in our NEW
BUSINESS HOME, which will open on the 15th of April, 1007.
YEE CHAN & CO.
Welcome To Our New Store
For ealln, drinking, nnd cooking
Puie, Delicious, Nutritious
Gentlemen: Your Association not only assures every
member of a proper and decent burial at a very small cost,
but relieves others of a responsibility they are not always
prepared to meet. Yours respectfully,
FATHERH. VALENTIN. ' .
ANOTHER MESAGE FROM REV. MR. PARKER.
Gentlemen: I cheerfully give my indorsement to the
Harrison Mutual Burial plan and believe it a great bene
fit to the community. Very ttuly yours,
H. H. PARKER.
For further information consult
J. H. TOWNSEND, Seoy.
KAFIOLANI BUILDING, ALAKE AAND KING STS.
uie name- l
DruUtit Cocoa, .2 lb. tiiu
Baln'i Chocolate (uniwcetened), 1.2 lb. call t
German Sweet Chocolate, 1.4 lb. calti
Tor Sale by Lumllng Grocers
WALTER BAKER & CO. Ltd
DORCHESTER, MASS., U.S. A.
45 HIGHLIT AARUS IN CUROPE
INSTRUCTOR IN SWIMMING AND
Apply for rates at Healani Boathouse
NEW SPRING MILLINERY
NOTICE OF OPENING FOR SET
TLEMENT OF CERTAIN LOTS
OF AGRICULTURAL LAND,
SITUATE AT KAHEI, K0HALA,
Notice la lii'reby ghen tlmt tlio
I.ola (k'Kcilhcd In tlio followltij; Belied
ulo will lio open for settlement im
Itlelit of I'lirciiuso I.eiiKus, under I'ait
VII, Land Act, 1895, (Sflc. 313 IUi-
fvlHeil Laws) nt nnd after S o'clock
n. in. on Saturday, May 11, 1907, nt
the offlco of the Bub-Agent of tlio
Second Land DMrlct. Snld office will
lio established for tho nbovo stilted
day at the Koliala Court House, Ko
' Area. Vnltio. i
.. 12.10 Jisi.nn
. . 9.-10 141.00
I'm Dig U for uijiutiral
alias liurrirLi. In rlmmim '.
auftat! u . ...
lpHr.i.ic.Biuiais. nw.iiii or uk-rmit.nr
ItHtEwHS Crnr-neiiXo."' V " c u 'rii.
laiium. tuii not KitrlOt
NM bj llruvaiUtft.
Clrttila" (fit vu rvqucct.
Irave town until vou call on the
HOTEL, NEAR FORT.
The Weekly Edition of the Evening
Bulletin gives a complete summary of
the newt of the day.
-Vl.iiiii.vlw.ly.wiy that, they don't know mitiy-' WCCKIY DUUCUI1 $1 Her If Car
FRENCH LAUNDRY J. Abadie,
All work done by hand; lace cur
tains, silk and woolen dry cleaning
made a specialty; tourist work
promptly attended to. 258 Beretania
Ave., opp. Hawii. Hotel,; Telephone
AT Flne Job Printing at the But.
7 9.02 i2r..oi;
riniiH of the lots and full paitlcu
lam as to necessary qualification of
applicants, method of npplylng, etc.,
inay l)o obtained at tho Land Ofllcetj
In Honolulu and lliln, or nt tlio offlco
of OeorBe P. Tulloch, Ksq Koliala,
JAS. W. PRATT,
Comnilssloiicr of Public Lands.
Honolulu, Oaliu, T. II.,
April 10th, 1907.
3004 Apr. 11. 13, 20, 27; Mny 9.
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