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EVENING BULLETIN, DECEMBER 2, 1896.
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It yon nro thinkiug'of getting a
Uiovolu, now is tlio timo to get
vno while tboy Inst. This offer of
Hamiilihw at S75.00 is not n out in
price, so don't wnit expecting to
soo tlio price como nuy lower. Wo
are-offering 18!)5 wheols nt this
jirii'o and thoro mo but n fow left.
This wheel is fitted with the
Gvent 0. fc .T. Tire
irhich 1ms proven so satisfactory
jn tliia laud of the
"We also hnvo a stock of tho 185)0
wheels both ludies and gents which
wo nie offering at a low figure and
on easy tonus. Como in and liavo
a look' at our wheels and satisfy
rourself that we nro in tho Bicycle
Stop and thiuk how mnuy Nick
lbs and Dimes you might savo
nd you a wheel. A rido to "Wni
iiki is not only a ploasuro but a
aura saving of health and strongth.
Tou will find now vigor by the uso
of muscles never before brought
TJEELS THAT LAST AND EOll'T COST YCU
THEIR VALUE FOR REPAIRS.
L 0. Hail & Son
For Sale !
For Hie nott IK) days I will oflor (or pale
my Ciffmi lirttaio iu Olaa, Hawaii. This
Troi)cr y cnns1ntH eif 200 Acres, all Btiitablo
lo tlio inlsini; ft '"ffee.
107 Acres uro cleared and planted,
105 Acrtw to cuITcm cout liuing 85,000 trees.
52 Actus of whieli being plautod nearly a
5.1 Acrts of which is more recently plan tod.
2 Aciea i plautod tj lawn, Raideu and
Tho Iliiihliiih'', 1 Dwelling House. Japa
ceso Houbo, ChiuKon House, Corn Houso,
Cow Stablu and Pig 1'etiH.
jjGjT Tlio Tropoity is Bitnutod at 18
miles on Volcano road. A Kod road leai'
idl' to tho i laco. title Rood and terms to suit.
b l'AYSON CALDWELL,
4( o.l tn Olaa, Hawaii.
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l'cron duHirons of uinltliiR an iuvest
0'itcan purclnuo a p tying block of pro
3ery fronting on Kiut; and Mamiaken
jtrwlH by calling on
413.U JOHN 1'. COLDUUN.
J. T. WATERHOUSE
A ship load of Agntcwnro
would bo a big lot fur one
store oven in the United
Stutes; it's a big lot for Hono
lulu nnd more than we receiv
ed, but wlint wo did get on
two sailing vessels would as
tonish tho people if t hoy saw
all the articles in one pile
Our stock of Agateware is
selected from "firsts" not
"Seconds;" the quality is the
best that can bo made and we
sell it at tho piece you used to
pay for tho second quality.
This means a saving of 33
per cent, because the life of a
first-class prico of Agateware
is a third longer than one of
the second class.
When buying for the holi
day season there is more
pleasure in receiving a useful
present than in a bauble.
Every housewife loves good
China and there is nothing
more beautiful than a set of
Haviland. Wo have a com
plete stock of this waie and
sell it in full sets or single
pieces so that if you want to
fill up a set that has been
broken or purchase a dozen
plates or a course set you can
J. T. WATERHOUSE
L. C. Allies & Co. A.V. Gear & Co.
OilU'uLW Mircli&tilSt. Ollk-oUll) KlngSt.
.... AND ....
Qeneral Business Agents
Loans Negotiated and Collections
Stocks Bought and Sold.
Books Audited and Accounts Adjusted.
Bills Bought and Notes
Ffre and Life Insurance Agenjtf
DR. C. A. PETERSON
.... RBMOVhU TO ....
No. 28 Emma Street,
Oflko Hours: 8 to 10 n. ru., 2 to I aud
7 to 8 p. iu. Telephouo 752. 407-2m
G-eo. EC. THTuddy,
D. D. 8.,
,r:)2 Foil Street. Hours from 0 a. m. to
4 p. in. 407tf
DR. BERT. F. BURGESS,
Hours: 8:30 to 10 a. in., 1:30 to
4 p. in,, uiul 7 to 8 p. in. . . .
411) I'nneliLoHl oliect or 14:i Miller ntrect,
Honolulu, OaUu. 40(5-tf
Q. B. Koitrdmau is temporarily localod at
cornor of Quion and Nuuitnu btroets, ready
to uttoud to liny business outtuled to him,
iYS ASTKAb DOUBLE.
"Perhaps tho liotiso is linuntcd, mother,"
wid Wnlter. "Tho rent Is too low for a
hoiiHo without objection."
"Who cares?" laughed I. "Ghosts can't
trouble us. Thoy always atiuo at 19
o'clock, nnd I tun always sound nsloop
then. If you over elmnco tr bo nwnko nt
that unseemly hour, begin pi net Icing nnd
that wilt drive uun ghosts nwny."
Our frlendscallcd,nnd nil wuru charmed
With our delightful llitlo homo. Walter
practticd steadily nnd patlontly nnd wna
getting pnlo nnd nervous. Wo attributed
It to his persevering work nnd decided to
spend tho holidays in tho llttlo country Ul
lage, which wns our real home, leaving tho
pin ho nnd every noto lnthoolty. Wo re
turned refreshed nnd rtudy for nil eoks'
slcgo of constant sound musical nnd oth
crnlo. Wo had beon In town two weeks, not
long enough to ocrcomo tho effect of our
lslt, nor yot to bo tired of tho prnctlclng,
jet Wnlfer wns eldently getting thin nnd
pnlo ngnln. I suggested n mild tonic, but,
lie did not take kindly to tho lden, and I
did not Insist. Then, ono night, I wns
iiwnl.otH'd fioni n sound t,1ccp by Walter
stitnding by my hodiddc, wido nwako,
Blinking front bond to fort.
"Mother, ' ho Bald, "I cannot endure
this nnother night."
"What Is it, my son?" I nskrd, thor
oughly iirruscd by his pxrltctl tones.
"Come Into my room and listen. My
telling will never convince you."
I nroso, threw on my wrapper nnd fol
lo'.vrd him Into his room. Ho tinned mi
tho light, nnd wo snt down nnd waited,
Nothing unusual wns heard. Walter ro
ftifcd to tell mi" what he had seen or heard,
rut.vlug he prefemd to fco If I could expe
rience tho sumo thing ho did. For iTino
nights this wns repented; then I told Wal
ter that I would nxehnngo rooms with
him, us hewus getting haggnrd from want
of Rlerpor anxiety. A wook passeil by, nnd
I hud heard nothing, had not been uroitsed
or nuukeiied once, nnd Wnlter wns neurlv
conv lined that his nervousness had been
can fed by tho electric light shining In his
w liulow, producing disturbing dreams Wo
deeldul to change rooms entirely nnd car
ried nil of his furniture Into i:iy room
nnd mine into his, width iippircntly set
tled the mutter. I liegan to Joko Wnlter
upon his ghost being n(T nn n mention,
but I saw this vexed him and drnppod tho
In March n friend conic to visit me, nnd
I shared my room with her. Wo had not
seen each other for several jeurs nnd lay
talking togother till the clock struck 1.
"There," I said, "not another word, or
you will not bo nblo to 'do' tho city tomor
Tho houso wns llcnt
"What's thntf" softly said my friend.
I listened. Dump, step, step I Bump,
stop, stepl A heavy stick wns sot upon it
stair; then ono foot, then nnother. Over
nnd over till tho top of tho stairs was
rcndud through tho short hnll into our
loom, Oh, heavens!
My friend shrieked, nnd I How out upon
tho Hour nnd turned on tho gas us Wulter,
wlilto ns death, camo into tho room.
"You hnvo heard it at lastr"
No strango person wns In tho room.
Nothing was disturbed, I told Walter
rulhur sharply to go Imck to bed nnd not
frighten us again In such a manner. After
ho had gone, however, 1 looked carefully
under tlio bed uud into every corner, but
discovered nothing. I returned to my
couch it llttlu nervous nnd a great deal
vexed with niysolf. Of cnurso my friend
nnd I told ghost stories tho rest of tlio
night, nnd tho ghost, always proved to bo u
cut or it nit. Wo did not full nslccp till
nearly daylight. Wo uwoko ut 10 o'clock.
Then wo laughed at our fright knew it
wns not n burglar, for It made too much
noise, nt'il a ghost would not need it cane.
It wits plainly wholly imagination.
Wo tramped nnd rodo and shopped nil
tho nest day nnd attended tho opera In the
evening, returning nt 12 o'clock "used up
entirely." I left tho light burning brightly.
At 1, precisely bump, stop, step; bump,
stop, step It camo again, llkonn old man
climbing tho stairs with it heavy cane. My
friend was sound nsleep, nnd I was glad of
it. Down tlio hull it cituio nnd in nt tho door.
I was sitting up staring straight nt it, but
snw nothing. Bump, step, step ueross
tho room to a window where stood it large
armchair. I stared uud stared nnd did
not oven wink, hut there vmih nothing In
tho chair simply nothing. I heard no
moro mj ti mis. Breathless nnd frightened,
I sat there till cither I fulnted or fell
nsleep, I never shall know which. The
next thing I realized It was morning.
Wulter nnd my friend weto lipnnd dressed.
They had heard nothing, nnd I kept quiet
about what 1 had dreamed (r).
Every night for two weeks this same
thing happened. My friend went homo,
uud I went houso hunting. It only took
moil short half day to llnd just what I
wanted. Then I said to Walter: "Tills
house is too small, tou dark, too cold, too
everything. I have taken it houso on Wll
"All right," ho replied, but I noticed he
looked it little curiously ut me, though he
said nothing; neither did I.
When I liiformid my landlord of my In
tended removal, ho said, "Tho houso you
have taken is much smaller und durker
uud coldor than tills one."
"I dou't think so," I replied shortly.
"By the wuy, Mr. B., did anybody oer
dlo in this houso of yours!1"
"No, Mrs. Allen," ho answered. "I
bought it of tho man who built It. Ho
wns an old man, John Huntington by
name, who wns lamu In one leg, and he
walked with u stout cine. Ho went to
New Jersey lo live with bin daughter when
eho wits mnrrlul. Ho didn't want to go,
though not it bit. But ho is living tlioru
I moved, nnd I often wonder if the
spirits of the living liniint tho places which
their hem ts love. Nows-Trlbuno.
In ovory drop of impure boor you
drink. Jiy fnr tbf grantor pro
portion of kitlnoy troublo is duo
to its use. No need of your drink
ing it. Seattle Beer is pure. It'a
browed of tho finest hops nnd
mult, nids digestion, promotes
himlth find preserves it. On tap
or in bottles ut tlio Criterion Sa
A LIFE SIZE
One Dozen Ffeatu of ihe Sitter
1ST Is tho LATEST OFFElt wo lmvn
Portrait and Landscape
Importers nnd Dealers in
Steel and Iron Ranges,
121 As 123 King Street.
CAN'T BE BEAT !
My S10.00 Until Tubs, lined with best
quality, No. 10 zlne, G in. Pipe, Chain nnd
I'lug, with wood lhu nil complete Othei
dealers nro dnmfonuded, nnd resort to nil
manner of TriekB and Excuses.
Be not decoived, thoso Bath Tubs have
beon sold for $14 until I roduced tho price.
I nm prepared to do all work in my line
aud guaruuUo satisfaction'. Estimates fur
nished. If you wnnt a good Job cheap for Cash,
ring up Tolopboue 844, and I am your
JAB. NOTT Jn,
Tinsmith . Plumber
W. C. ACHI & CO.,
Brokers & Dealers
13T We will Buy or Sell Itcnl Estate in
all parts of tho group.
3T Wo will Soil Properties on Benson
OFFICE, 10 West King Street
PiiTLimi Tract !
A Lot 50 feet by ioo feet
On the Instalment Plan and 10 Porcent
Discount for Cadi.
gjST Apply to
JAS. P. MORGAN,
Or W. C. ACHI, Boal Estate Broker.
September 21, 1890. 412-tf
A.t WAIKIK1 on car line nud on PA
LAMA ROAD near Fortilisang
Thoso Lots ore Very Cheap and Sold
on Easy Terms,
Dosirnble Aero Trncta nenr the city nnd
other Properties for sale,
BKUOE, WAKING & CO.,
Dealern in Lots nnd LandB,
312 Fort Btreot, near King.
TELnrnoNB (107. P. O. Box 821.
For Sale or To Let.
Three Houses near Punabou Colli (je,
containing from Foven to nino rooms, bath
nu,n 1,nlla n1r,unti nln. Now. modern
I and coiivouifint. Good view, healthy loca
llity. Apply to Tm.T,TTT.
d. A. UUilLlUllUU,
J.. A. BUTTERFIELD,
Controctor Sz 33tiilcler
T'fttnttloa clvnii. Tlt.iliuis litirl nllnrn-
lions Hindu. Woik givou prompt attention.
pT Tclopltoue 851. 4;U-3m
DO TOU LIKE CUEEY?
TRUE INDIAN CURRY
NOT THE STUFF USUALLY SOLD AS CURRY'
Cumy Powder as mads by
Recipe from the
527 Fort Street,
iStff 1 1
L! is i9 f& 5 ufl Ti2 11 U
Prime, Pat and Juicy.
Cold Storage Turkeys,
Freshly Killed Tarkeys
Come and See Them
G. W. SV3AGFARLANE,
TELS., 32Gnnd 192. 21 KAAIIUMANU ST.
ED. A. "WILLIAMS,
(Successor to C. E. Williams, 11. II. Williams & Co.
and Williams Bros.
Pioneer Furniture Warerooms.
Establish kd 185P
Pianos for Sale, Hire and Moved. Chairs for Rent
Undertaker and Emklmer,
Tombstones and Monnmnnts.
Besidcnco nnd Night Tel. 815. 510 & 520 Fort Street. Tel. 179
r-i AT THE:-.
Gitv Furniture Stor
(Corner of Fort and
Just roceived Ex. Bk. Albert a1 assortment ol
LUND & INGHAM,
Brass Signs and Electro-Plating
J. T. MJAJ,
t. NlcKcl aud Silver Plating.
017 AND G19
us is prepared after bbo Original!
S&fiSTn? O, n1
Undortnkor nnd Embilmei
! S of Every Description!
II Gilding on GIrbs a Specialty.
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