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EVENING BULLETIN, DECEMBER 21, 1896.
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The Ins and Outs of It.
If you get best wear out of a coat, best work must
have gone into it. You can't get good bread out of
Moral : You can't get the best out of anything, unless
the best is in it; and the best has to be put in before it
can be taken out. Now, we have a rule to test those
sarsapaiillas with a big "best" on the bottle. "Tell us
what's put in you and we'll decide for ourselves about
the best." That's fair. Uut these modest sarsaparillas
siy: "Oh I we can't tell. It's a secret. Have faith in
the label.". . . Stopl There's one exception; one sar
saparilla that has no secret to hide. It's Ayer's. If you
want to know wh it go.'S into Ayer's Sarsaparilla, ask
youF doctor to write for the formula. Then you can
satisfy yourself th.it you get the best of the sarsaparilla
argument when you get Ayer's.
Any tlnubt left ? Get the "Curebook."
It kills doubts but euro iluubtcts.
AiMiesil J. C.A)crCo.lLjelllMa.
Hollister Drug1 Co.. Agents.
So ninny things arc adver
tised by dealers as suited to
fthe wants of persons who de
light in giving during tho
Christmas season. Nearly
&yoiy merchant or manufac
turer advertises that his wares
are suitable for Christmas; it
doesn't inako any difference
whether it is a needle case or
a 12 ton roller. We diifer from
most merchants because we
fceliove our stock contains the
only useful articles fit to bo
put in a stocking. In these
fin do sieolc times when Santa
Claus has ceased in the minds
of anyone above a four year
old, useful and beautiful pre
sents are selected. Where is
ftiie Miss of fifteen who would
ot rather have a set of China
in her stocking than a wax
doll? We have sets or single
pieces fit to grace any table
iKJtiutiful French Ware with
But our stock of Cut Glass
h what wins tho ladies. Com
petition in this lino of goods
kas brought tho price down
with us to a trifle above cost
it is chnp enough now to go
kito the homes of tho poor.
IVu have everything in the
Tine Popper and Salts, Oils,
Vinegar, Asparagus Dishes,
Hose Bowls, Butter Tubs,
i t. mm
5?o Every Purchaser of
in Goods !
tfte Diamond Iing
f27 On Exhibition at Our
fltoro in from IT. '. Widiimin,
ami will bo ()ivi;n May to tho
Jinldor of tho largest lunuiiiit of
-tickoU on JX'Oombur III, 1800.
. W. Soimict f Sona,
Vuii iiuii nil" i. kih "'"'
t?4 -nf tfi mt
TriiRling that you nmy be in
terested iu cycling, wo tnko the
liberty of stating to you a few
fnctfl about our wheels:
Wo uepil not troublo you with
needless description of tho World
Famod "RAMBLER" Bicycle,
which by its easy running, np
ponrnuco, strength and luBting
qualities hns won for tho milkers
a linmo world renowned.
Tho "RAMBLERS" nro equi
ped with the grwit G.&J. Detach
nblo Tiro, which since its iutro
duction to Honolulu bus proved,
by tho numbers iu use, tho most
successful aud necessary adjust
ment to a bicycle.
Wo tako great pleasure in re
conionding to our friouds tho
"RAMBLER" aud trust that in
furnishing oue to any person they
will never have occasion to regret.
Our terms are such that a bicy
cle is no longor a luxury but it
necessity iu actual saviug of timn
and money. Wo would ask you
to but call and get our figures.
As is customary nearing tho
oloso of each year, tho makers in
order to got ready for tho ensuing
year, offer tho present 189(i
wheels at reduced prices. AVo are
now prepared to givo our cus
tomers the benefit of theso raluo
tious as long as our stock holds
out. For those wishing an up to
ditto wheel of tho highest grndo,
one which wo cau guarantee to
tho fullest extent, wo would offer
tho "RAMBLER." As to im
provements for the coming season
wo would say wo anticipato none.
Such changes which may bo made
will, as has been tho pnst two
years, bo changes immaterial to
tho improvement of the wheel in
Kindly givo this some thought
or call your friouds'itttontiou to it
E. 0. Haii & Son
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I 'A 111 in
HAVING KSTAHLISUED A MODERN
pluut for hulling, jmllalilnf; and usuortliiR
cotVut), wo aro preptrert to Luy mid clean
oofl'uu in tho imruhmout.
MODERATE CHARGE MAD& FOR CLEANING
gjsgr Apply to
II, IIACKFELD & CO,
Sailors' Iuma ioatatirant
I'hiulum inn) loo Urertm Hiiwlnys.
All ii8,nt nml cleun. .
llonrd (per inontlD l7 0li
81 5M 'om . I.
Single llonl M
1 87 8!liii
.r-M'.kkhtfvi . n&tX
homj, but I fearod tho cttnoo
would turn over. Whilo I was
skotchiug one of tho boatmen div
ed into the water,. Ho fttnyed
down for a long tiino and then
cutno up with a Bort ofBtarfiBb,
with spikes liko a porcupine Tho
two mon had a great feast and of
fered mo Bomo of tho Btar fish,
which tasted liko an oystor. Whon
I would say go ashore tho boat
mon would lot tho boat go on top
of a big wave and we would shoot
through ho aurf at such a terrific
rato itiuado my hair staudon end,
but I clung to tho canoo and laud
ed safo each time.
'Ono of tho most entrancing
views is that at the Pali at tho mid
of Nuuanu Valloy, about four miles
from Honolulu. There are great
mountains to tho right and loft
aud thiough un opening you got
ouo,onchanting view of vitllay cov
ered with sugar plantations mid
imtmnas and in the far distance a
range of mountains and still far
iheroirtlie blno Pacific 1 okinq
liken painted sua. Tho full is over
MOO feet high. I paint
ed a picture of tho Pali which was
.niiigiil tiy Air Peacmik. At tho
Biimmit whoro I hadto paint thoro
is a whirlwind blowing at tho rate
of fifty milos an hour, sometimes
moro than that. A native on
horseback was blown over the cliff.
When I first went thoro my paints
paper and tiaps wore blown into
the air far above my head. Before
I could get a good sketch I hatl to
go six or eight times to the saino
spot. Even then I could uso only
a small bit of paper aud had to
tnko in tho scene on separate
pieces in tho faco of the galo.
An easel was out of tho
question, and it wa hard work to
hold tho points down.
"On the trip to (ho island of
Hawaii J was treated to a most
magnificent buuBct; it was tropical
aud glorious. Tho rde to tho
volcano, or mouutain of fire, I
found to bo one of tho most in
terestiim expositions, tho trail
passing through tho virgin forost
and every turn in tho road find
ing a new scene. All about us
wero wild bananas, palm trees,
forn trees, creeping plants a
picture of tropical glory, with
hero and there a collee plantation
pooping through tho forest, each
vista a beautiful sight. Farther
up the mountain the flora takes
on tho character of tho temperate
zone, aud at last there is nothing
but lava. My party took no guide
to the crater. As wo stood beside
the cavern of firol folt tho ground
tromblo and a sickening sensa
tion came upon me. 'For lieaven's
sake lot us get out of this,' I said,
and wo walked back from tho
vorge of tho cliff. Ono miuuto
later tho apot where wo woio
standing crumbled uway and fell
into tho firo with a roar; ono
minuto later and had wo remained
thoro would bo no moio artist.
"There is a Btrango bird that
makes its homo at this volcano,
tho boatswain biid. It has its
young about the cliffs and ilies to
tho sea a distance of twenty or
thinly miles for fish to feed them.
"The coffee und sugar planta
tions inako pretty landscapes with
a background of purple moun
tains, an intense blue Bky aud
some touches of bright groou
)i1uib and banana trees. Tho
mrbor of Waiouarr at which are
many of these plantations, re
minds ono of tho bay of Naples,
aud is cortaiuly wo?thy of a visit
Tho waterfalls of Hawaii, whore
a hundred streams tnmblo down
tho mouutaius and eventually
over a cliff into tho ocean, wor&
Been and sketched by Mr. Fisher;
and also tho famous rainbow falls,
whoro the prismatic arch dances
eternally in tho Buushine. Tho na
tural bridge atOnoruea was not mis
Bd,for it appears in tho portfolio as
a wall of purple- rock jutting into
tho Boa and clad with tropical
shrubs. It has p. picturesque ap
pearance, this bit of island coast
scenery, though tho colors to ono
who has never soen Hawaii tiro
Tf vmi want to find out what a.
dollar will purolmso in tho way of
grooorioB for Christmas, just bring
ono along to tho Palama Grocory,
aim you win uo surprised at us
purchasing powor. C'elostials aro
usually closo buyors, and tho tact
that wo servo a good number of
thorn iipoaks volumes for our
pricoH. II, Oaiinon, Paluum Oro
cory, opposite ltuihwiy Depot,
King ntroot, Tolophono 7rf eveiy
Niffly fiuuiuliud moms, nl tho
L'opUlitr iUiuuo, 1!U Fort ntroot,
from 81,00 pnr week up.
Light and Serviceable.
Castle & Cooke
For Sale !
For tho next 30 ilava I will offer or salo
niy Coffee listn e in Olaa, Hawaii. This
Property consist of 200 Acres, till buitablo
to tbo rauiiug ol Uulleo.
107 Acre nro rluaroil aud planted.
105 Atredlo coQVe coutaining 85,000 treofl.
T2 Acres of which boiiiR plantod nearly a
S.I Acres of which ia moro recently pluntod.
2 Acres ia pluulcd to Iinvu, garden and
Tho DuihliuRS, 1 Dwelling Uonsc, Jiipj
m.'bo House. Oliloken llonae. Coin I ion so,
Cow Stable und Pig Pons.
X0 Tho Property in aituntod nt 18
miles ou Volctun roa 1. A gcod load lead
ing to tho i lace, title Rood aud tonus to rait.
PA VSDN CALDWELL,
ICO-lni Olmi, Hnwuii.
XiQts Hear Kapiolani
There are over looo lots for eale, 5oxloo
Sect, mauKa of Kaplolnnl Park, mljolnlnj; the
residence of Mcksis. O. llronn, II. J, Nolte.
TtiomaH IIollloKer and otherx.
IIiobu l.ot win bo kolu clieapcr tlinr, auy
ulacu Id Honolulu since tbereicu of Kuabs
Water v, he laldsau as sooaas bujtts are
ready to build.
Prices are ruuglnfrom SIoo.oo per Lot to
Tbl la the best opportunity to get home.
For further iiart'uulurs apiAy to
W. O. AOill & UO,
Keul Kstatu Brokers.
Ilcuiolulu, Nov-25tlB00. 47-J-lm
Fot Sale. 9
Throo Lots with Comfortablo
and Tastj? Oottagos thereon Bitu
ato on Msklki strcot, near Boreta
nio, Hoaolulu. Tho yards aro
plantod -with Shrubs and Orna
montal Trees. Will bo sold to
gothor or separately. Apply to
J. ALFRED MAGOON.
1 IIouho on Kiniiu stroet.
1 Tlousd on Kinriii sticot.
1-2 Story Oottngo on Vvt streol.
2 (JottngnB nn Fort stroot.
1 FiuiiIsIumI Iloiifco, Kuiina
Smokb U AJ
DoiibtlpM you know Unit RED WAR ia in progress in lu.tli Cuba
and tho Philippines. I.uct-ii w.i pnrcluisid I ARGE STOCK
DlIUtUT jiist bof.no tho fighting brgnn. Tborcfon we hnvo not, as
i-t, ben obligod to rnino jnicis. WE HOPE WE WOJS"! UAVE
TO. Mciinwliilc, in oidnr to avoid bucIi u state -f iin.uis, coino in
nnd purchase now.
HOLLISTBR & CO.,
Corner Fort aud Merchant Sta. Wholesalo and Retail.
ED. A WILLIAMS,-
(Successor to C. IS. Williams, H. H. Willinnia & Co.
and Williams Bros.
Pioneer Furniture Warerooms.
Pianos for Sale, Hire and Moved. Chairs for Eent
Undertaker and Emklmer,
Tombstones and Monuments.
Ilesidenco and Nijjht Tel. 81fi. 510 & 520 Fort Stri'Ot. Tel. 179
J. S. WALKEPv,
QejIel qEflx pan THE HA.y1 tsv.fjD
ROYAL INSURANCE COMPANY, LIVERPOOL,
ALLIANCE ASSURANCr, COMPANY OF LONDON
ALLANCE MARINE & GEN. ASSURANCE CO. OF LONDON
SCOTTISH UNION and NATIONAL INSURANCE CO.,
WILHKLMA OF MAGDEBURG GENERAL INSURANCE CO
SUN LIFE INS. CO. OF CANADA,
LIFE, FIRE and MARINE RISKS,
TAKEN at REASONABLE BATES.
Rooms 12 SPRECKRliS BLOCK
Brass Signs and
J. T. K.UIVM,
Machinist, Nickel and Silver Plating
617 AND 619
: AT THE!
Citv Furniture Store
(Corner of Fort and
Just received Ex. Bk. Alburt ii"
Uudortnkor nnd Embalmei
Xort Street, - - - - Tel. 4b7'7'
BOARDING, -:- SALE -: AND -:- LIVERY.
I-IRNESS --:-- AND --:-. SADDLE
-WE HAVE THE-
FINEST DRIVING HORSES
Tho licht ol nttcntiou ftiven to nnimnlH left with hh. Ciiuful lrlcr8, itspootfu
nttouilnnts, iirouijitimnH. UhoIih, BunioH, Urnkofl, IliiKuitH.PliaotoiiH, Woaoiiettos.
IS THIS ?
Honolulu, n, i,
Signs of Every Description I
Gliding on Glass a Specialty.