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EVENING BULLETIN, NOVEMBER 27, 189G.
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.SVVIXUN AN1 !OIM.
I'oelrj Mini VctfefHlilon-l'rtHlul IIoi-cii-IrlrlUcH-Sniulry
Touuysou ouco tried vogotnrinn
iain, but with jio groat success, ns
ho relates: "Ouco, in imitntion of
my frioud Fitzgornlri, tho trnusln
tor of Omnr Klmyyimi, for ten
weeks I uto only vogptnblts. At
first it gnvo great lns-Mity of mind.
At tho ond of tlmttimo 1 folt light,
and almost IooIihIi. late one eliop,
and a more- gonial glow enmo ovor
mo than if 1 had drunk brandy."
A young woman of Hartlord,
Conn., was telling lier Sunday
school class of small boys tho
other Sunday about the "Shut in
Society," whoso mom hers arc por
sons confined with sickness to
their beds or rooms. "Whom can
wo think of," said she, "who would
havo had great-sympathy forthoso
who tun so shut in V " "I know,"
.said a little boy; "some ono in Iho
Bible, niu'i il, teacher ? " "Yes,
and who, Johnny V" "Jonah,"
was lliu npiritml iiuawnr.
Oneilnj,Htii polilicnl gathering,
Giivernor Henry A. Wise, ol Vir
ginia, was approached by a well
dressed individual, who shook
hand'i warmly with him. The
Ciovon.or eoufoed ho could not
recall the hand shaker's name.
uWhy, you must remember mc,
Governor," said tho latter; "I'm
from Ilichmoud. I mado your
shirts." "Why, of couise," said
the Governor, with n politician's
tact; "gentlemen, tlii is my very
ewollont neighbor, Major Shirts."
Ao 3ouii compeiibation for tlie
omission of curious facts concern
ing strange addresses and strang
er parcels iu the lintish l'o-t-miisU'i'
General's new report, a
Chroniclo representative has
been gathering torfluT some of
tln p'wtul eccentricities of past
yoais. Ono of theod test lvqueMB
ever recorded was that of an In
diau gontlemau, leniding in Lon
don, to know whether tho Parcel
Post would allow him to sond
home tho cremated ashes of his
brother for burial iu tho Gango.
Ho was informed that if he could
limit tho weight of Lis brother to
eleven p-nnuls the Post Oflico
would undertako tho duty.
Writing in Messrs. Hatchard's
book circular, Mr. Arthur Pen
denys revives au old story vory
pertinently. Ho is ulludiug to
Mr. Land's edition of Burns. "At
the end of tho Introduction," ho
says, "Mr. Lang cleverly rejects
(Jarlylo's theory of Hums' failure
thiough lack of education, llo
ought to havo quoted thut t-xcid
lout joko of Lamb's, when some
vine was praising our public
schools to Charles Lamb, saying:
All our best men wore public
pchool mMi! Look f.t our Poets.
There's Byrou, ho was n Harrow
boy , 'Ye?,' interrupted
Chailes, 'and there's Burns, ho
was a ploughboy.1"
A proiy o King Hum hurt's un
musicalness is told by a coi res
pondent of tho Daily News. On
ono occasion Quoon Marghorita,
wishing to decipher some music
which tho Priuco of Naples asked
to hear, put on soino spectacles, to
which tho King particularly ob
jected. He protested. Tho Queen
pleaded that sho cou d not see the
jiotos without thorn. His Majesty
said in wrath, "If you wear tliorfe
dio-uful glasses, then, I'll sing!"
As ho is without tho seuso of timo
or tune, this threat was too terri
ble. The Queen and thoir son ro
uouncod thoir practice, and the
uumusical monarch remained
master of the situation.
The lato Hugeno Field, the
American poet, and his wife onco
entered a street car, to find all tho
eeats tnkou save ono at each end
of tho car, and thoy seated thoin
Helves nocoulingly. Whou tho
conductor colltotel the fares, Mr.
Field announced, in audiblo tones,
us ho gave him a dime, at the
bamo timo pointing to tho far ond
of thT car: "This is to pay the
faioof the lady ovor there tho
one wearing tho now, beautiful
browu silk dross." All oyos wore
turned to her, and hor pretty face
took a most becoming roso color,
but back of tho reproving glance
sha throw him was ono of mingled
indulgence- approbation, and
mirth at tho unexpooted and ap
parently truthful announcement.
Tho famous robol yoll or. the
Southern States wis heard rocert
ly at Uhickering Hall, New Voik,
where Major-Goneral Thoimig L.
Rosser, 0. S. A., delivered his war
locture, "Hilt ti Jlilt." Tlu.ro
wore about two hundred poisoi s
prf-hont, of whom, says the Sun,
half woie votorans of Stonewell
Jackson's command, if thoir part
in tho poifonnauce can bo tukeu
BeeeyicewU w w'2c
S j". 5 s. i """'V v v". "V
Drs. Maybe and Mustfee.
You choose the old doctor before the young1 one. Why?
Because you don't want to entrust your life In Inexperienced
hands. True, the young doctor may be experienced. But
the old doctor must be. You take no chances with Dr. Maybe,
when Dr. Mustbc Is In reach. Same with medicines as with
medicine makers the lonp-trlcil remedy has your confidence.
You prefer experience to cxpcilment when jou arc concerned.
The new remedy mny be good but let somebody else prove
It. The old remedy lAust be good judged on Its record of
cures. Just one more reason for choosing AVER'S Sarsa
parllla In preference to any other. It has been the standard
household sarsaparlila for half a century. Its record inspires
confidence no years of cures. If others may he good,
Aycr's Sarsapar'M.i mutt be. You take no chances when, you
take AYIJU'8 Sarsaparlila.
Hollister Drug" Co., Agents.
s a v i a ivS -- ' v V
If you nro thinking of getting a
BiCYOliC, now is tho timo to get
ono while thoy last. This offor of
Ramislkuh at S73.00 is not a out in
price, so don't wait oxpocting to
seo tho price como any lower. Wo
are offering 1895 wheels at this
price and there nro but a fow loft.
Uhis wheel is fitted with tho
Oi'oiit GS-. fc J. Tiro
which has proven so satisfactory
in this Innd of tho
Wo also havo a stock of tho 18
wheels both ladies and gouts which
wo aro offering at a low figure and
on easy tonus. Como in and havo
a look at our whools and satisfy
yourself that weaioin the Bicycle
Stop and think how many Nick
les and Dimes you might save
had you a wheel. A ride to Wai
kiki is not only a plonsuro but a
suro saving of health and strougth.
You will find new vigor by tho use
of muscles never bjforo brought
WHEELS THAT LAST AND DON'T COST YOU
THEIR VALUE FOR REPAIRS.
E. 0. Hail &. 8
For Sale !
l'or (he next liO ilnjH I will oflur (or nnlo
my CoflVa KiiUio iu Ulan, Hawaii. This
l'roppriy couxibtx nf 200 Acrex, nil Huirublo
to tho iftisinp of Ouffco.
107 Acres Hre cleaioil nml jil'intcd.
"105 Acres to cofi'eu cout uiiiiii 85,000 ticos.
52 Acre3 of which lioinR plantud nearly a
53 Acres of which is more recently planted.
2 Acres is planted to lawn, garden and
T lio liuildiugM, 1 Dwelling House, Japa
nese. Uoune, Chiekeii IloiihO, Corn llouse,
Cow Stable and Pig Pons.
gj& Tho Property is situated at 18
miles on Volcano road. A good load leiicl
iuj; to the i laco, title pood and te rmn to suit.
1C0 Im Olua.Iluwuil.
Of Every Description
At T. B, Murray's Carriage
Ihnvojnst opened my Now blior nuil
am prepared to suit mv old nud now
patrons. M. LANO STB.
S J""".. rV ??S. e"S. ."5v .?. K.
Mortgagee's Hotice cf Intention to
rorecloco and of Sale.
In accoidauco with tho provi
sions of that certain mortgage
mado by Josopu L'olo and Jveanio,
his wife, to il. Dimond, dated
September 2(itli, 1884, and duly
nssigued by II. and J.Waterhouse,
executors under tho will of U.
Dimond, by assignment record, d
in said ollico in Liber 10!J, page
275, c, recoided in the llegisb'r
ollicc, Oaliu, in Liber 8S, page
1108-9, notice is hereby given that
said mortgagee intends to forecloso
tho same lor condition broken, to
wit.: tho iion payment of both
principal and lntfiebt when due.
Notico is likewise givon that
after the expiration of three weeks
from this dato tho property cov
ered by said mortgngo will bo
advertised for sido and will be
sold at public auction at tho nuc
tion rooms of Jns. F. Morgnn,
Honolulu, on Mouday, tho 110th
day of Novombor, 1890, at 12
o'clock noon of that day.
U. WATEK HOUSE, Jr.,
Assigneo of Mortgage.
For further particulars, apply
to J. Alfred Magoon, Attorney
for II. Wntorhouso, Jr.
Dated Honolulu, Nowith, 1890.
The prapi rty to bo sold is t.s
All tliatpieuo or parcel of lai d
situated at Ivowlo, I'-uioa, Tsliiiid
"f Onhii, dchurihed iu ltovul
Patent No 1020. Kuleuui 10,270,
to Maliiim ns Apam 2. Tnro niul
Kuin land. m"io particularly de
scribed ns follows:
'E hooiiriKa ma ko kihi lloma
o ka loi keolo u J. l'iikoi Ko kihi
Hikinn inaiika o koia aina, a o
holo Ak.iu J9 : Kuin. 100 Kapuai
ma kuauiiu inuwitho o ko k"olo a
hiki i ka Pohaku i Pea ia X pili
ana mo ko Kilawaia al.iila lloma
U0 s Kom. 52 Kapuni, kiln o
Kalaw.iia, a Akau 50 3 Kom. 38
fftimitii fiiinliii.i ii AL-tm .10 tTmri.
I' '" '"' - " 1
110 Kipuai ma ko Kiihiwuum
mau noao a hiki i ko Kok.iwouo, !
alalia llemn d0 K"iu. 72 Kipu.il
mu ko Kekawowo a hiki i ko Ku
lawain, alad.i ma ia a ilia Ileum
i'3 s Hikma 281 Knpuai a hiki l
I; a pohaku ma ko ata liilii, o pili
nna me k niokuna o Kewalo u mo
Auwnioliuiu, alalia, Polelt-i i uka.
E oili ana tno ka nina o ko kuin u
hiki i kahi i honmakn ni o ka 111
72-100 oka." 451-td
G'jS m Ja it
t 5: 5 q s c3 "fICaS. Ix
? h?B3 s Hi
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A LIFE SIZE
One Dcssa Photos cf tho Slttoz
ITIs tho LATEST OFFEH wo havo
Portrait and Landscape
Impoitc-ra and Deaiore iu
Steel and Iron Ranges,
121 A: IM King atnot.
CAN'T BE BEAT !
My S 10.00 Bath Tubs, lined with best
quality, Xu. 10 zinc, 0 in. Pipe, Chain nud
I'lUK, with wood lim all complete. Utboi
dealers nro dumtonnded, and resort to all
maunor of Tricks and EiciihCB.
Be not deceived, tlieiw Bath Tuba liavt
lK-en sold for $1 1 until I reduced tho price.
I am prepared to do all work in my line
and gunrantro satisfaction: EstiumtoH fur
nished. If you wont a good j0b cheap for Cnsh,
ring up Tolophouo 844, ' nud I am your
JA8. NOTT Jn,
W. C. ACHI & CO.,
Brokers & Dealers
tST Wo will Buy or Sell Ileal ICstato in
nil p.irts of the group.
iZr Wo will yell 1'iopoitien on ItenEon
OFFICE, 10 West Kikg Street
Puimiii Tract !
A Lot 50 feet by ioo feet
On the Instalment Tluu and 10 Percent
Dmconut for Cah.
fiiST" Apply to
JAS. F. jMORGAN,
Or W. 0. AOHI, Beal Estate Bioker.
Hoptember 21, 1800. 412-tf
At WAIKIK1 on ear lino and on PA-
LAMA KOAD uo'tr Fertilizing
Those Lots aro Vciy Cheap and Sold
on Easy Terms.
Desirable; Aero Tracts near tbo city and
other Properties for snlo.
BRUCK, WAKING & CO.,
Dealers in Lots nml Lands,
312 Fort Street, near King.
TEMtrnoNK 1107. P. O. Box 321.
To Let or Lease.
THE lESinVNOE OF M1W. A. I.OXG,
ono luilo fiom pontonlce. Large honso with
(nrniture. Four bed rooms, parlor, large
diuing room, pantry, kitelion. bath rooms,
hot nud -cold water, with patent closets,
servant housos, stables, horso pnddook,
uiu-dcu and trees. A charming location.
Apply to J ALF1U.D MAGOON.
tf Merchant st., next Postofucei
Terhom dthirom of liiakhiR nn lnc3t
inentom purolino n iyinij block of irn
porty frontliiK "n Kiug anil Munnakcn
htrcets by aullinB on
I 413-tf JOIINF.COLBUUN.
DO YOU LIKE CUEBY?
TRUE INDIAN CURRY
NOTT THE STUFF USUALLY SOLD AS CU1UJY
Cun- Powder as mado by
Ilecipo from tho
Bsr THY IT
527 Fort Street,
rj 9 v W t' toi m B m
U E U t fl IS f II iTU 8, i &
Prime, Pat and Juicy.
Cold Storage Turkeys,
Freshly Killed Turkeys
G. W. MACFARLANE,
TELS., 320 and 192. 21 KAAHUMANU ST;
ED. A WILLIAMS,
(Successor to C. E. Williams, II. H. Williams & Co.
and Williams Bros.
Pioneer Furniture Warerooms,
Pianos for Sale, Hire and Moved. Chairs for Pont
Undertaker and Emklmer,
Tombstones and Monuments.
itcHidenco and Nifiht Tci. sifi. 510 & 520 Fort Street. Tel. 179
,-i AT THE :-,
Oilv Furniture Store
(Corner of Fort and Ucretanlu strcctft.)
Just received Ex. Bk. Albert k
LTOD & TOHAM,
rass Signs asid Electro-Plating
J. T. B.UXI, j Ka. XNUMAill,
WlliSt, NiCkRl ailll SilTer Plbtillg.
G17 AND G19
us is prepared after tho Ordinal
OISTO & -
n ri bs, n cst w
H.H. WILLIAMS, (Manager)
Undertaker and EmbUmer
S1gns of Every Description I
j Gilding on GIobs a Specialty.
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