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EVENING BULLETIN, JANUARY 11, 1807.
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Washington Irving said, he supposed a certain hill was called
"Rattlesnake Hill" because it abounded n butterflies. The
"'nfle of contrary" governs other names. Some bottles arc, sup
posedly, labeled "Sarsaparilla" because thcyaie full of . . .well,
we don't know what they arc full of, hut we know It's not sarsapa
rilla; except, perhaps, enough for a flavor. There's only one
make of sarsaparilla that can be relied on to be all It claims. It's
Aycr's. It has no secret to keep. Its formula Is open to all
physicians. Tlila formula was examined by tke Medical Com
mittee at the World's Fair with the result that while every other
make of sarsaparilla was excluded fro: the lair, Aycr's Sarsapa
rilla was admitted and honored by awards. It was admitted be
cause it was the best sarsaparilla. It received the medal as the
boit. No other sarsaparilla has been so tested or so honored.
Cood motto for the family as well as the Fair: Admit the best,
exclude the rest.
Any doubt about It? Send (or tlia " Curcbook."
It kills doubu and cires doubters.
AdJrcm J.C. AyirCo., Lowell, Man.
13y the Miowcra the other
day, wo received direct from
the factory, a magnificent as
sortment of French China.
Among the lot wo havo two
new stock patterns, from which
customers may select either
one piece or ton clczen. In this
way customers may replace
any breakage at the lowest
possiblo cost and without the
necessity of purchasing an
entire new sot.
In this same invoice we have
some of ilio most beautifully
decora tod tuik'tsi-tsovor shown
in Hoito'iiln. These are niadc
of line crockery and will orna
ment any w.ish stand.
A tad .iinong Honolulu peo
ple is diciirnting ehma. At
the exhibition by the pupils of
Miss Fr mil at Oahu College
a shoii. tune ago, some beau
tiful KpiCititciis, tho work of
her pupliri, were shown and
will shiml o miparison with the
work f professional artists
abroad. Our stock which was
opene I a day or two ago con
tains all sorts of pieces and in
manv hzos. Thov are made
espeeia!!y for decorating and
Von Holt Block.
No. 10 Store1
Iugs'! Iugs! Pugs!
Sofa Rugs 1 Floor Rugs I
Tapestry utul Carpols,
Crumb Cloths and Druggeto.
EST All Just Received at
Trusting thot you may be in
terested in cycling, wo take the
liberty of Btating to you a few
facts about our wheels:
Wo need not trouble you with
needloss description of tlio World
Famed "HAM BLEU" Bicycle,
which by its easy ruuning, np
poaratice, strength and lusting
qualities litis won for tho milkers
a namo world renowned.
The "RAMBLERS" nro oqui
pod with tho grpat G.&F. Detiifli
ablo Tire, which since iui ijtro
duction to llouolulu hns proved,
by tho numbers iu use, tho most
successful and necossnry adjust
ment to a bicycle.
We take I'ront nleasuro iu re
computing to our frionds the
"RAMBLEU" and trust that in
furnishing one to any person they
will never havo occasion to regret.
Our terms are such that a bicy
cle is no longer a luxury but a
necessity iu actual saving of time
and money. We would ask you
to but call and get our figures.
As is customary uearing the
closo of each year, the makers in
order to got ready for the ensuing
year, offer tho present 18!)ti
wheels at reduced prices. Wo are
now prepared to givo our cus
tomers tho heueiit of theeo reduu
tions 113 long as our stock holds
out. For those wishing an up (o
dato wlieol of tho highest grade,
ono which wo can guarantee to
tho fullest extent, wo would offer
tho "BAMBLEU." As to im
provements for the coming season
wo would say wo anticipate none.
Such changes which may be made
will, as has been tho past two
years, bo changes itn material t'
tho improvement of tho wheel in
Kindly givo this some thought
or call your friend&'aUeution to it
E. 0. Hal! & Son
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WANT PROFESSOR K0EBF.LE
orill It (KlVCll.N'.llllMS A IT Kit 1JIS
'nlTco Jrior In llir JlnilriK I'rcHl
ilrnrv In !irrmHu(trnco Willi
While, unfoitunatoly, thoro aro
a fow who do not fully appreciate
the magnificent results of Profes
sor Koebelo's work in frueing the
cane, coffee and citrus plantations
of Ilawaii from tho insect posts
which at ono time threatened their
almost total destruction, it is most
gratifying to know that his labor
here and tho results obtained
therofiom aro bein watched most
carefully bv ontoiiiologietu, gov
ernment official., sugar nii'l cire
plantation owners in till puts of
tho world whoro those staples
What I'rofofFor Koebelo i? do
ing for Hawaii will bo of benefit
to tho whole world, nud if his labors
aro not appiecmtod hero as they
should bo it is n source of conpola
tion to Commissioner MmihU'Jj
and others whose efforts resulted
in Mr. Koobele's oniploymout by
tho Hawaiian government, that
they are elsewhere by thu'-o better
qualified to judge of the value of
his services than tho fow who de
cry thorn horo.
One must visit the office of tho
Commissioner of Agriculluro ami
look through his letter tiles to
gather any idea of tho largo cor
lespondence which he hits to koep
up with. The writer htis bnnn ohou n
letters from all partn of tho
wot Id rocoivod by him asking tor
information on a vast number of
subjects, ranging from ladybircs
to coffee and toad, and tho ronuIU
of subsoil irrigation in the culti
vation ot sugar cano. In aubwer
ing these letters Mr. Marleu is
picking up such a fund of inform
ation that ho will soou become a
walking encyclopedia and a
good big ona at that. Thco let
ters como from all paits of the
world, fiom China anil Japan,
England and the Continent of
Europe; tho United States, es
pecially those iu the south; from
thu islands of the far south, from
Borneo, Java and all parts of
Australia and oven from far off
India. l'eoplo iu Hawaii would
not think that tho governor and
council of the Madras Biesideucy
were interesting thomwi'lvoa iu
what Profe&sor Koebelo is doing
for Hawaii, and yet tlny appear
to be doing so to a considerable
extent, judging fiom the lollow
ing letter, which is copiod as a
sample of many for the purposo
of showing that tho efforts of Ha
waii in oiadieating insect ppHts
aro receiving almost world-wide
Following is a copy of a letter ro
cenlly received by Commissioner
Marsdeu from Gabriel Stokes,
E--q., of tho Itidiau Civil Service,
acting secretary to the Govern
ment of Madras, dated November
To tho CommiHsionor of Agri
Sir His Excellency tho Gov
ernor of Madras in Council has
rocontly been given to understand
that experiments havo for somo
timo past been conducted at your
instance iu Hawaii by Professor
Koebelo with a view to tho de
struction by tho agency of the
rryplolnrmus montrozeri and other
Bpeeies of lady birds of tho scale
bugs inul other insects which nt
tack colTee. The .-ubject lining
one of importance to the plniitiuu
comnmnily of Southern India, 1
am directed to request that if
there is no objoctiou you will bo
good enough to favor the Madras
Govoruinont with such informa
tion a may bo available.
1. As to the results obtained
from tho experiments which havo
2. As to tho approximate cost
of obtaiuiug a consignment of
lady birdB for experimental pur
poses in Madras aud tho sourco
from whioh to procure such n con
:$. As to whether Professor Koo
belo could orrange to visit Madras
for a short period for tho purposo
of investigating tho insect posts
whioh cauho dnmugo to coffeo in
the Madras Presidency.
Should Professor Koebelo con
sider such a visit practicable, I
am to inquire- what salary and
allowauco he would considor suf
fioiont remuneration for hib ser
vices and ou whut condition he
i would uudertake the visit.
rt2a2co'S Nctico of Intention to
i orccloso and of Sale.
In nccordanco with tho provi
sions of that certain mortgago
mado by KONALK MABKHAM,
n widow, to O. P. EMEHSON,
dated August Oth, 1802, and also
iu accordnuco wit.h tho provisions
of that additional charge to tho
said nmrtg.igo mado by said Ko
uiile Maikliani to said Emerson,
clalod Oct. 18, 1892, tho original
mortgage boing of record in the
B'gistor Office, Oahu, in Libor
139, pi 17-1-C, and said addition
al oh .rge in Liber l.'JS. pp. y02-!t,
uh;cli tnottg.ig" and iidilitimiul
charge therolo havo bton duly
assigned b' said Einornun to J. A.
Mngofin, notice is heioby given
th it said ussigu'o in tends to fore
c'oso tho sitmo for condition
broken, namely, tho iioii-piiymput
of both principal, interest and
tnx.s whon duo.
Notieo is likewise ciwn thut
I iifti r tho expiration of thrcf weeks
Iioni this uttlo the pioporty cov
ered by said mortgago will he
tidvertucd for sale and will bo
cold at public unction at tho auc
tion rooam of J.ts. F. Morgan,
llonnlulu, on TueHdnv, January
20th, 1897, at 12 o'clock noon of
I'or further particulars apply to
J. A. MAGOON,
Assignee of suid MoitgugrS.
Dat.d Honolulu, Dec. 21st, 189G.
The property t)bo sold is as
All thut cortnin land and pro
mises situate at K.dihi, Oihu,
dcfcnbed iu ltoynl Patent G79,
band Commission Award 1200 to
Halokii, containing an oro.i of two
a. id 7-100 aeron;
And nlho ill the lmd situato at
ICulihi aforcaid dtsciibed in
Boyal Patent 1265, Land Com
mission A wind 1205, containing
aii aioa of 55 100 of an aero.
Terms Cash Gold coin of U.
S. of America. Deeds at expense
Mortgagee's I'otioo of Intention to
Foreclose and of Sale.
In acenrdunco with tho provi
sions if thnt ceitaiu niortg.'igi)
m.ulo by GEORGE WOND and
HATTIE K. VOND his wife, to
limimi M. Nakuina. d.itcd Se)t.
30, 1891, and recoidod in tho Be
gisttv Oflieo, Oahu, in libor 12'J,
page do0 and 451, which
mortgage has boon duly assigned
by said Emma M. Nukuina to Miss
Agnes Mclntyrc, notico is hereby
g.von that tho assiguco of suid
mortgago intends to forccloso tho
same for condition broken, to wit,
tho uoii-piiymunt of both piinoi
p.il, interest and luxes when due.
Notico is likewise givon that
uf lor tho ixpir.ition of tiireo u-eoks
from this dato tho jnoperty covor
cd by said tnorlg.igo will bo ad
vertised for salo aud will be sold
at public auction at the auction
rooms of W. S. Luce, Honolulu,
on AVfdno-day, January 27, 1897,
at 12 o'clock noon of that day.
For miliar piutioul.irs apply to
J A. Magoou, attorney for Miss
MISS AGNES McINTYlUS,
Assignee of niorlgngo.
Dated Honolulu. Dec. 21, 1897.
The property to be sold is os
All those cortnin prcmisos situ
ato in Kaili plnco, Kulihi, Hono
lulu, moio pnrtioularly described
as Lots No. 11 and 12 upon a map
or diagram of tho same, recorded
in libr 120, on folios 391 and 392,
in the Hawaiian Bogistt-r of Con
' veyfli co", the t tul urea of mid
piemises is 12,915 squuru foot,
j tuoio or lo-s.
i Tern s Cush Gold coin of the
! United states of Atroricn. Deeds
at oxpent-o of purchaser. -J89 td
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Doubtless you know that KED WAlt is in progress in both Cnba
and tho Philippines. Luckily wo purchased a LAKGE STOCK
DIRECT just boforo tho lighting began. Tlioreforo wo havo not, as
et, been obliged to raise prices. WE HOPE WE WONT HAVE
i'O. Meanwhile, in order to avoid such a stnte of affairs, come in
and purchaso now.
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Cuttings' Minco Meat in 2 lb. tms,
It. and R. Plum Pudding in I, 2 and 3 lb. tins,
Cranberries, Candied Peel,
California Swer t Potatoes,
New Crop Itnisiue, Nuts, Dates, Figs,
Apples, Queen Olives, Asparagus,
Maple Syrup, Edam Cheese,
Creamery Butter, Hams, Bacon,
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