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EVENING BULLETIN, DECEMBER 30, 1890.
THE CALIFORNIA SHOTS
Auction Saks by W. S. Luce.
WHAT is THIS ?
I . (ill!
That's AVer's. Tlin samo old sarsaparilla as It was
ma do and sold i0 years ayo. In the laboratory It Is
different. There niuUurn appliances lend speed to skill
and experience. JSut the sarsaparilla is tho same old
sarsaparilla that made tho record HO years of cures.
"Why don't wo better it? Well, wVre much in tho
condition of the Bishop and tho raspberry: "Doubt
less," ho said, "God might have inmlo a better berry.
Hut doubtless, also. Ho never did." "Why don't wo
better tho sarsapurilhi V "Wo ean'l. We nro using (ho
eaino old plant that cured tho Indiana and tho
Spaniard's. It has not been bettered. And slneo wo
mako b.ir3aparill:i compound out of sarsaparilla plant,
vo st'O no v ty of improvement. Of e mr.--'. if wo wcro
makiiifr or,v t.rivt chenr'-al compound, wo might....
f-. JJut we re not. We ro malting the same old sarsapavilla
V -J to euro tho samo old li'r.ses. You can tell it's tho
nil utv en-' rn r.vrrjmrHff ope ' ' 10 worKn ifmi mime
old vv -i i. It's t)m hoveieijxn blood puriiiur, nnd
J. T. WATE!
So many tilings are adver
tised by dealers ns suited to
tho vniit3 of persons who de
light in giving during tho
Christmas season. Nearly
every merchant or manufac
turer advertises that his wares
are suitable for Christmas; it
doesn't make any diHerence
whether it ta :i needle case or
a 12 ton roller. Wodiffor-from
most merchants because we
believe our stock contains the
only useful articles (it to be
put in a stocking. In these
fin do siccle times when Santa
Claus has ceased in the mine's
of anyone nbn'o a four year
old, ' useful and beautiful pre
sents are selected. Where is
the Miss of fifteen who would
' not rather have a set of China
in her stocking than a wax
doll? Wo have sots or single
pieces lit to grace nny table
beautiful French Ware with
handsome decora' u-ns.
But our stock of Cut Glass
is what wins tho ladies. Com
petition in this lino of goods
has brought, tho price down
with us to a trifle above cost
it is ch"ap enough now to go
into tho homes of tho poor.
We have everything in the
line Popper and Salts, Oils,
Vinegur, Asparagus Dishes,
Rose Bowls, Butter Tubs,
J. T. WSTERHOOSE
aa i ,
A DIAMOND TlfKRT
To Every Purchaser of
in Goods !
fte Diamond IJing
35" On Exhibition at Our
Store is from H. F, Wichman,
nnd will bo Oiivkn Away to the
holder of the largest amount f
tickets on December 31, 1BJ)G.
H. W. Schmidt cj Sons,
Voii Holt Wo.k, KIiijj Strtet.
Trusting that you mny be in
terested in cycling, wo tnko tlio
liberty of stntiiiK to you n Tew
fuels about our wboolg:
Wo need not trouble you with
needless description of tho World
Famed "It AMBLER" Bicycle,
which by its easy running, up
pearnuce, strength and lasting
qualities bns won for the makers
n naino world renowned.
Tho "RAMIJLERS" aro equi
ped with tho great G.ifc.J. Detach
able Tiro, which sinco its intro
duction to Honolulu has proved,
by tbo numbers in use, tho most
successful nnd necessary adjust
ment to a bicycle.
Wo take great pleasure in re
coiuending to our friends the
"RAMBLER" and trust that in
furnishing one to any person they
will never have occasion to regret.
Our terms aro such that a bicy
clo is no longer a luxury hut a
necessity in actual saving of time
and money. Wo would ask you
to but call nnd get our figuro3.
As is customary nearing Hie
close of ouch year, the makers in
order to got ready for tlio ousuiug
year, otl'or tho presout 18
wheols at reduced prices. AVe nre
now prepared to give our cus
tomers the benefit of those reduc
tions n-. long as our ntoal: holds
out. For those wishing nn up to
dato wheel of the highest grade,
one which wo cau gnarauteo to
the fullest extent, wo would offer
tho "RAMBLER." As to im
provements for tho coining season
wo would say wo nuticipato none.
Such changes which may bo in ado
will, as has been the past two
years, bo changes immaterial to
the improvement of tho wheel in
Kindly givo this some thought
or call your frionds'attention to it
E. 0. Half & Son
J J ARE, CHICKENS,
LOINS & RIBS ok PORK,
1'urtifn wisliniH nny of thtEe ltofrifernleu
(IuuiIh ili'Hild oritur curly
Metropolitan Rloat Co.,
IS2 2w Kuig Kin-el, Honolulu,
MO.Hi: STECI.IIKN HCOIlEM OP NIX
OK TIIK COlttPANIKt.
Tlio Coitot Itoitliiient lian (onto Crack
niuitM Imt Colonel Klnhrr TlilnUa
llituiiil Will Avernco Keller.
The international shoot betweon
teams of 100 men each from tho
First Regiment of tho California
Nnlioual Guard and tho National
Guard of Hawaii is near at hand.
If nothing happens to change Co
loncl Fibber's plant tho Hawaiian
team.will shoot on Saturday, Jan
nary 9tli, which will be n half
holiday. Tho.-e who can get off
in the early part of tlio day will
do their shooting bofom noon,
leaving tlio afternoon fm thosu
who have to work in tho morning.
Tlio Californiaus will probably
take Sunday, tho 10th, to shoot
off the match, as that is their re
gular practice day.
Colonol Fisher lias not yot pro
pared a complete list of tho men
selected to uphold tho honor
of litllo Hawaii but ho will do so
iti a day or two. Discussing tho
coming match with a Bulletin
reporter Colonel Fishor was in
cliued to think that Hawaii's
chances of winning were not nt
all bad. Ho acknowledged that tho
California regiment possessed
some phenomenal shots, but did
not think there were ouough of
them to even up tho poor scores
of some of the others. A far as ho
could judge the Californiaus,
while undoubtedly having the
most crack shots, would lie handi
capped by a number of poor ones.
"With our team Jt will bo differ
out," continued the Colonel, "I am
picking up safe men, men
whom 1 know can be depended on
to make a fair average score un
der any conditions of wind and
weather. While wo can't count
on any of our team boing sure for
'1(5 or -IT, still wo cau count on
most of them being pretty closo to
tho d0 mark, nud that is what ia
going to count in a 100- man team.
I know little or nothing about the
California team or what they can
avorago, and I don't think they
know themselves, but I make a
pretty close guess on whnt tho
Honolulu team will make when I
liimlly complete tho list, and I
don't think we shall have reason
to bo ashamed of the Bcoro."
According to a recent issue of
Tho Call, great preparation is bo
ing made in tho First Rogimeut
for places in the 100-man team
that is to contest for honors with
the Hawaiian National Guard. Tho
match will bo shot early in Jan
uary, and on Sunday, December
13th, a large nuinbor of meu wore
practicing for places. There will
bo 115 men selected, lifteon to act
Tho practice scores mndo by the
diilt-rcut California companies on
that day aro given below
in full, so that tho mem
bers of tho Hawaiian Na
tional Guard may bo ablo to form
their own opinions of Hawaii's
cliaucps. It will bd noticed that
tho scores of all the companies
bear out Colonol Fisher's state
ment, that whilu thoy have many
crack shots tho average is not
Following aro tho scoreB nindo:
Company F J A Miller 36. F
A Nippert 40, H Turton 28, 0 D
Cook 35, F M Turton 37, J Fitz
gerald 3S, M S McNeil 30, E It
Holston3G, A Piatt 3G. "
Company H M Holt. 40, A E
Ehrenprort 40, F E Mullor 44, E
S Atwator 39, J Furnanz 42, G N
Mitoholl 38, A O'Brien 43.
Compauy K J Utschig Jr 44,
P J Desmond 37, H Meyers 89,
L J Reubold 40, C F Mnguiro 39,
T. J. Cunningham 43, C W Seoloy
44, AV M Wriu 30, E P Jacobson
44, J H Holmes 41, W AVjarnok
ross 40, P Brunotto 43, E Sohm
arlz 40, G N Barloy 42, P F Baor
41, E D Finloy 42, M Hailing 14,
W K Buh 31, E Barns 31, D F
do Bernardi 38, T S Campano 34,
N Cohen 39, G Moreai 25.
Company L 0 Isaacson 41, L
Bariore, inspector of riilo prac
Companies C and G (Nationals)
and tho ludepondout Riiles held
their regular medal shoot, ton
shots, military target, on tho same
day. Their scores woro as fol
lows: Nationals C P Hirst 3(5, Huaso
32, (J W luollr33, O C Nelaon
, J U Hwitenv 35, G J Potty 31,
j 1 J Dowdall 30, W L l-'euu 40, ,1
I inn instructed by Mrs. F S.
frail, to dip pi .ia- of ho? Wdkiki
I'roi ovty t Public Auction, nt
my SaloxroninH, onrnor of Fort
and Queon at reels, '
On MONDAY, Jim. 18, 1897,
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON.
This opportunity of securing a
Magnificent Wiiikiki Roach Lot
is undmibtsdly tho finest over
oll'ered and mo.xt corininly tbo
host chuncu to lit.iin a Superb
Si'ithido R' tjidoiiCH. Tho loca
tion and Bathing nio p:ir ox
collonco. The Property is thick
ly planted with well-grown cocoa
tint aid other tro., and well
covered with iiiiinieuio gnifs.
Tho Property Im- boon w;sely
divided to suit the requirements
of nny ii tending purchaser or
can be diupo-tcd of in toto.
A I'Iph of muno may bo scon at
my Auction llnom.
IC" Fr further particulars,
W. S. LUCE,
f 400-1 in
Lewiis & Co
A man tiny ho iutomiicrnto
in his eating aa in tho con
sumptinn of liquor nnd cx
perionoo just ns unplonsant ro
suits unless the food supply is
of a good character.
Wo aim to secure tho best
that is obtainable and our re
putation hns been constructed
on tho basis that we seldom
make mistakes in the o-()( t3
For Christmas wo ordered
fifty proper trees from Califor
nia; there are five Joft and un
less you hurry you will not
get the ono you intend to buy.
Vo made no mistako in buy
ing trees; wo believed tho peo
ple would use them, and wo
were correct. Our orders for
Evaporated Peaches, Apricots
and Plums was a largo one but
tho quality of tho goods is
such that we doubt if our
stock will hold out until tho
arrival of tho next invoice.
You can make no mistake in
buying these goods.
So it is with our other wan s,
they arc tho best quality and
even if you aro intern pcra to in
their uso you will experience
no bad results. Another deli
cacy you may not havo tried
is tho Eastern Bloater Mack
erel. Soaked over night and
broiled in tho morning makes
tho most delicious breakfast
dish imaginable. They aro
sold singly or by tho barrel
as you wish. A telephone
message to 240 will bring
what; you want.
Lewis & Go.,
Kort Struat, - - Honolulu
Doubtless you know ihutRHD WAR is in progress in both Cuba
and tho Philippines. I,ueniy w purchtiged a iAHGEHTOOK
DlltlfiCT just boforo tho i'mhting liogan. Thoroforo wo Imvo not, na
ot, beiii obliged to raise piicis. W'E HOPE "WE WONT HAVE
TO. Meanwhile, in order to avoid such a stato of h flairs, como in
nnd purohtifo mw.
HOLLISTBR & CO.,
Comer Fort and Merchant Sts.
ED. A. WILLIAMS,
(Successor to C. E. Williams, H. H. Williams & Co.
nnd Williams Bros.
Pioneer Furniture Warerooms.
Pianos for Stie, Hire and Moved. Chart's lor Bent
Undertaker and Embalmar,
Tombstones and Monuments.
itcHidcnce imrt Night Tel. 8ifi. 51 0 & 5 20 Fort Street. Tel. 179
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