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HYENINO BULLETIN, JANUARY 8, I8tt7.
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Bubbles or Medals.
" Best sars.iparlllas." When you think of It how contradic
tory that term Is. For there can be only one best In anything one
best Barsap.-irill.-i, as there is one highest mountain, one' longest
river, one deepest ocean. And that best sarsaparllla is ? ....
There's the rub I You can measure mountain height and ocean
depth, but how test sarsaparllla? You could if you were chemists.
Hut then do you need to test It? The World's Fair Committee
tested it, and thoroughly. They went behind the label on the
bottle. What did this sarsaparllla test result In ? Every make
of sarsaparllla shut out of the Fair, except Ayer's. So It was
that Ayer's was the onty sarsaparllla admitted to the World's
Fair. The committee found it the best. They had no room for
anything that was not the best. And as the best, Ayer's Sarsa
parllla received the medal and awards due its merits. Remember
the word "best" Is a bubble any breath can blow; but there are
pins to prick such bubbles. Those others are blowing more
"best sarsapai ilia" bubbles since the World's Fair pricked the
old ones. True, but Ayer's Sarsaparllla has the medal. The
pin that scratches the medal proves it gold. The pin that pricks
the bubble proves It wind. We point to medals, not bubbles,
when we say: The best sarsaparllla is Ayer's.
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Trusting that you tuny bo in
terested iu cyoliug, wo tnko tlio
liberty oE stating to you n few
facts about our whools:
Wo need not trouble yon with
needless description of tbo World
Fnwod "It AMBLER" Bioycle,
which by its einy runuiuir. ap
pearand', strength and lusting
qualities bus won Tor tho makers
n name world renowned.
Tho "RAMBLERS" am equi
ped with tho grent G.&3. Detanh
ablo Tire, which tince lis intro
ductiou to Honolulu 1ms proved,
by the numbers in use, tho niot
Bucceeerui nun necessary muiubi
nient to n bicycle.
Wo tnko groat plensuro in re
cotnemling to our friends the
"RAMBLER" and trust that in
furnishing one to any person thoy
will never have occasion to regret.
Our terms nro such that a bicy
cle is no loiigor n luxury but n
necessity in actual saving of time
and money. Wo would nsk you
to but call and got our figures.
As is customary uearing tlif
close of each year, tho makers in
order to got ready for tho ensuing
year, offor tho present 189(5
wheels at reduced prices. Wo are
now prepared to give our cus
tomers tho benefit of theso red no
tious as long as our stock holds
out. For thoso wishing an up to
dalo wheol of the highest grade,
one u'hii'h wo can guarantoo to
tho fullest extent, wo would offor
tho "RAMBLER." Ah to im
provoiuonts for the coining seawon
wo would say wo auti'iputo none.
Such changes which may bo made
will, as has bem tho past two
years, bo changes iniiuatPii.il to
the improvement of tiio wheel iu
Kindly 'give this some thonght
or call your frionds'attentiou to it
E. 0. Hail & Son
lugs! 3ugsl Iugs!
Sofa Rugs I Floor Rugs I
Mats I Mats!
TapoBtry and Carpots,
Crumb Cloths and Druggets.
EST" All Just Received nt
liko bettor than all tho other
Tho Honolulu audiences utenot
very enthusiastic, particularly the
down-stairs portion of tho houe.
Thoy hardly applaud. They pro
for comedies and onjoy a play
vory thoroughly without much
domonntration. Tho gallery peo
ple nro demonstrative nnd niako
up for tho reserve of tho down
BtnirB pooplo. Thoy are very just
iu thoir distinction and signify
thoir approval or disapprovid with
tho same unmistakable vigor.
Vory fortunately for us, with tho
oxceptiou of ono occasion which
was a minor mistako they (id not
find it necessary to disapprove.
Tho ladies down stairs go to tho
theatre in evening dress and nil iu
light colors, with tho gentlemen
in evening dresB, lorining a
pleasant contrast and making as
uico a looking audience in I have
over looked upon from behind the
Tlicntro-going in Honolulu is
rothor an oxpensivo luxury, whim
ono figures on tho same people
exactly threo times a week, iind
BomohveB four. No young man
thoro thinks of taking a lady to
tho theatre without ordering a
carriugo to and from, which costs
from throo to five dollars a per
formance and throe for seats added
to that, making it cost $18 at thu
vory lowost calculation for each
of tho young men. Theatre night
in Honolulu, to look around out
sido of the theatre, ouo could read
ily imagine thoy were at tlio
Grand Opora in Now York from
tho number of carriages on the
'St: out, all four ways being HU-ral
ly blocked and reuuhini aivay be
yond the Government Building
Park. Thoy have a man on hoi so
back there who rides up and down
calling tho number-? of oarriago as
tin' occupants d.'SJie them. Iu
that respect they are a little ahead
of us in America. They have
a vory beautiful theatre, of
which everybody nativi- and
foreigner is justly proud.
So much for tho theatre; now for
their institutions: A - person
looking nt those few little spots
out in the middle of the groat
Pacific Ocean cannot he!) feeling
a littlo surprised 011 reaching
thorn to find such an advaucc-d
state of development. Thoy have
as nice a club in tho Pncifio Club
as ono could desire. Thoy differ
from us iu their club life iu one
respect having no bar, except for
wholesale purposes. Each mem
bor has his own locker and stocks
it, making it considerably cheaper
to entertain his friends tho only
objection being thnt 1 lost three
different keys to three different
lookers uud hnd to older a new
stock for each one.
The Honolulu pooplo have do
rived more benefit from tho tolo
phono than any American city.
I'hey do their shopping through
tho phono. Tho central oflice is a
goneral bureau of information,
from tho "riuht time" to "twear
words" in Kanaka, every ques
tion being a Icgitimalo one is
patiently and carefully answered.
When a ship or man of-war ar
rives in tho harbor thoy just run
a wiro ovor to her and run up a
telephone. Then the Grocer or
Bakor is rung up, who either
conies ovor or takes tho order
through tho phono. They luvvo a
well regulated water system, using
about six million gallons
a day, but aro capoblo
of supplying twelve. Tho
water is obtained from artesian
wells. Tho amount used is no
couutcd for by each one having
thoir beautiful frout lawns, and
each vieiug with tho othor in
making it moro beautiful. It
seemed odd to 1110, fiom tho far
East, to wander through banana
groves, pineapplo farms and num
berless cocoanut trees. I also
visited ono of tho big sugar plan
tations and saw tho most pictures
quo sight of my lifo iu tho Japa
nese village attached to tho plan
tation, tho labor being principally
Japanese, which thoy import on n
contract system of four years.
Tho laboror gots $13 a month, out
of which tho Government keeps
31.50 a mouth from each
individual's wages, which
amount thoy roturn to them
at tho expiration of their
four-years' contraot so they will
havo monoy enough to leavo tho
country with, as they aro obliged
to do whon their contracts oxpiro.
They are not allowod to stay iu
tho country, and by rotniuing that
amount of thoir wages they- havo
enough to leavo on and nro not a
chargo 011 tho Government. Tho
reason tho plantors look to China
and Japan for thoir labor is that
no white- man and not 0110 in
ten of tho natives could stand
Mortgage's Isotico of Intention to
Fcrccloca and of Dalo.
In nccordanco with the provi
sions of that certain mortgage
made by KONALK MARK HAM,
11 widow, to 0. P. 12MEUSON,
dated AugiHl Cth, 1802, and also
in accorduiico with tho provisions J
of that additional clinrge to tho
said innrtggn mndo by said Ko,-
nule Mnruuuiii to said hinoisini,
dated Oct. 18, 1892, tho original
mortgage being of ivenrd in the
Register Olliue, Otihu, iu Liber
139, pp. 17'l-5, and su'd addition
al chnrgo in Liber 1118, im. 302-3,
nh'oh tnottg'g" iumI d-l tinnal
charge therut hao b-eti duly
assigned by said Einorsun to. I. A.
Mngoon, notice is hereby given
tuul Sit id ussiguo intends to fori
o'o.-e tho Bimo f ir condition
broken, namely, tho iniii-pnytiiunt
of .both pri'.ei)nl, interest and
tn xi s when due.
Notice is likewise giv.-n that
after tho fxpiinlinn of ilux weeks
from this d t" t'"' 'mjieity cov
ered by shhI mortgage vi!l be
ailvoili-i'd f.ir sab- nnd v.-iii be
sold at public -motion nt tho a no
tion roo.iiu of JiS F. M'irgan,
Honolulu, on Tuesday, Jjnuary
2(itli, 1807, at 12 o'clock noon of
For further pnrliculirB apply to
J. A. MAfiOON,
AsRtgneoof said MoitgageB.
Dut-d Honolulu, D.c. i!lt, 189G.
The pro city 1 1 bu sold is as
All that cortaiu Im.d and pro
mises Hiliiiite nt Klihi, Oihu,
doai.bi'd in llovi.l latent (!70,
b-iiid Cmnmi's'-i 11 Awnid 1200 to
lialekii, coiitaiini'g.in iirot of two
and 7-100 acre.-;
And alhO .ill the 1 nd situato at
Kalihi afuro-'aid dtsuiibed in
Royal Patent 12n, Land Com
tniss'on Award 1205, containing
iu. iiroa of 55 100 "f an aero.
Torms Cash Gold coin of U.
S. of Aiui-rica. Di eds at oxpenso
Mortgagee's otica of Intontion to
Foreclose and of Sale.
la nccordanco with tho provi
sions if th.it certain mortgage
m-ido bv G1CORGE WOND and
HATTfE K. VOl) his wife, to
Emma M. Nakuina. dited Sept.
30, 1891, and recorded in tho Re
gister Offico, Oalni, in libor 129,
pages 450 and -151, which
mortgage has beeu duly assigned
by said Emma M Niikuina to Miss
Agues Molulyic, notjeo iu hereby
glvon that tho nssignoo of said
mortgago intends to foreoloso the
611110 for condition brokon, to wit,
tbo non-paynvtit of both princi
pal, interest and tuxes when due.
Ntftico is likewise given that
uflor tho xirutionof threo weeks
from this date tho property cover
ed by said 11101 tgnge will bo ad
vertised for salo ui-d will bu sold
at publio auction at the auction
rooms of W S. Ltico, Honolulu,
on Widne-day, January 27, 1897,
at 12 n'olu-k uocn of that day.
For fui thov puitiunhuv apply to
J. A. Magoon, ntt'irney for Miss
JUISS AGNES Mt-INTYRE,
Aisiguee of mortgage.
Dated Honolulu. D-o. 21, 1807.
The property to be said is as
All thosw certain iuemise situ
ate in Kaili plnco, Kalihi. Hono
lulu, innio jinrticnlarly described
as Lots No. 11 and 12 upon u man
or diagrnra of tho flame, rocordod
in liber 120, on folios 301 and 302,
in the Hawaiian Rogistor of Con
voynncos, the total area of said
promises Ih 12.01C square feet,
moro or loss.
Torms Cash Gold coin, of tho
United States of Amorica. Doeda
ut oxpenso of puroliaser. 'J89 td
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Doubtless you know that RED WAR is iu progrosR in both Cuba
and tho Philippines. Luckily wo purchased 11 LARGE STOCK
DIIlliOT just bofoio tho fishting began. Therefore we havo not, us
.yet, boeu obligod to ruiso prices. WE HOPE WE WON'T HAVE
TO. Mcnuwhile, in order to avoid such u stulo of affairs, come iu
nnd purchase now.
HOLLISTER & CO.,
Cornor Fort and Merchant Sts.
T-u.st 25ecei-vd. per -A-"u.stxa,lisi.
Atmorcs' Mince Meat iti gloss jars,
Old Homestead Mtnco Meat in 1 lb. pkgs ,
Cukings' Minco Ment in 1 lb. tms,
R. uik! R. Plum Pudding in 1, 2 and 3 lb. tiiiH,
Cranberries, Civndied Peel,
California Sweet Potatoes,
Now Crop Rfiifcitia, Nuts, Dntes, Figs,
Apples, Queen Olives, Aspnragus,
Maple Srup, Edam Cheese,
Creamery Butter, Hums, Bacon,
Crackers, Cheese, Etc., Etc., Etc.
212 King Street.
J. S- WALKER,
ROYAL INSURANCE COMPANY, LIVERPOOL,
ALLIANCE A8SURANOH: COMPANY OP LONDON,
ALLANOE MARINE & GEN. ASSURANCE CO. OV LONDOl
SCOmSH UNION and NATIONAL INSURANCE CO.,
WILHELMA OF MAGDEBURG GENERAL INSURANCE CO
SUN LIFE INS. CO. OF CANADA,
LIFE, FIRK and MARINE RISKS,
TAKEN at REASONABLE RATES.
Rooms 12 SPRECKELS BLOCK
Irass Signs and ESecira-Pfating
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Machinist, Mil end Silver Mm.
617 AND 619
Cilv' Furniture Store
(Corner of Fort and
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Wholesale and Retail.
Honolulu, D, i(
Signs of Every Description I
Gildiug ou Glass a Spocialty.
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