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Our Fs and Other Eyes.
Our I's are just as strong as they were fifty years ago,
when we have cause to use them, Hut we have less and
less cause to praise ourselves, since others do the praising,
and we are more than willing for you to see us through
other eyes. This is how we look to S. F. Itoyce, whole
sale and retail druggist, Duluth, Minn., who after a quarter
of a century of observation writes:
" I have sold Ayer's Sarsaparilla for more than 25 years,
both at wholesale and retail, and have never heard any
thing but words of praise from my customers ; not a single
complaint has ever reached mo. I believe Ayer's Sar
siparilla to be the be,t blood purifier that ha3 been intro
duced to the general public." This, from a man who has
sold thousands of dozens of Ayer's Sarsaparilla, is strong
testimony. But it only echoes popular sentiment the world
over, which has " Nothing but words of pralso for
Anjr dulii a'xrat !? tnl fnr tin " Cutctwok."
!l kil 1 nnuhr nml curt, diub'cr.
AdiJri :: J. t. A)cr Co., Luvi.i, Mm.
Trusting Hint you may bo in
terested in cycling, wo tako tho
liberty of stilting to you a few
fuclH about our wheels:
Wo need not trouble you with
needlosH description of tho World
Famed "It AM BLEU" Bicycle,
which liy its easy running, np
peaiauee, strength and lasting
.qualities bus won for tho makors
a name world ronowned.
Tho "KAMBLEUS" are ecpii
ped with tlm gn at G.& J. Detach
able Tite, . luck since ils iutro
duelion to Honolulu has proved,
by tho ii umbei s in uso, the most
successful and necossury adjust
ment to bicycle.
We take (treat pleasure in re
coiiiHiuliu,: to our fi loiut-s the
"BAMBMSK" and tiu,l that in
furnibhiun'oue to any person they
will never hnvo occasion to regict.
Our terms are such th'it n biey-
clo is 1:0 1:i?hs a lu.un liut a
I savini; f timo !
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to but call ami git our iietiriH."
As U customary Hearing tho
close of each year, tho makers in
order to jet ready for Hit ensuing
year, offer the present 1890
wheels at reduced prices. Wo are
now pn-p.ued to give our piis
tomjrs the benefit of th'e reduc
tions a lo-.g as our stoelc boldn
out. li'or tlioo wishing an up to
date wheel of the highest grr.de,
one which wo can guarantee to
tho fullest "stent, we would offer
tin "UAiMBLIiU." As to im
provements for the com iu season
wo would say w Hntiripiihi-noso.
-Such channel which may b ni?Je
' v ill, us hui been tho pa-sb two
years, be changes immaterial to
the improvement of the -wheel in
Kindly givo this7 some thought
or call your tliiewls'atlenJicn tiit
E. 0. Bail & Son
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By the Miowera the other
cloy, vc received direct from
tho factory, a nipgnificenfc as
sortment of French China.
Among the lot wo have two
now stoclc patterns, from which
customers may select either
one piece or ten di zcn. In this
way customers may replace
any breakage at tho lowest
possible cost and without the
necessity of purchasing an
entire new set.
n this same invoice wo have
some of the most beautifully
decorated toilet sets sver shown
1 r 1 1 im 1
in Honolulu. Theso- are made
of lino crock try and will orna-
nwnt any wash stand,
A fad among Honolulu peo
ple is decorating china. At
tho exhibition by the pupih? of
Mira French at Oahu College
a short time ago, soino beau
tiful specimens, the 70vk of
her pujiils, wers show:) and
will "bind comparison w:th tho
work (X professional artists
abroad. Our stoik whioh was
opentxi a daj' or two ago con
tains all sorts of pieces and in
many six. They are mode
especially for detiratin and
Von Holt Block.
lTo. 10 Store
EJugs! lugsl IUgS.1
Sofa Rugs I Floor Rugs I
Tapestry aud Car pots,
Stair Carpets, '
Crumb Cloths and Druggets.
BT All Just Received at
'fWIIWVM W lHtl'fTlfl) lllW r
senate amendments to the Mills
bill 111 Kvki.S. which imposed 1 duty
and also yuve a bouulj, was en
Mr. Oxnard took strong grounds
against auy reciprocity. He
thought a dual policy (both duty
and bounty) would bo fair to all
interests and jeopardize nono.
Such a policy, ho said, would in
crease the revouuo out of which
tho bouuty could be paid and
would encourngo tho sugar in
dustry. Tho schedule ho pro
posed was a duty of one cent per
pound on all sugars testing 7o
degrees or less; .') cents per bun
died pounds additional for each
degren between 75 and 90 degrees
and four cents per hundred for
ovory additional degree between
1)0 and 100, with one fourth of
one percent differential 011 sugars
above 10 Dutch standard. He
iiBkcd for tho McKinley duty on
molm-nes and eounlei vailing dutii s
against bounty pa iny countiies
on both lefined and raw sugar.
The bouuty ho proposed was .'Id
of a cent per pound, onefouifh to
go oil" at tlioend of each fouryeais,
the whole bounty to ecaso in 121
"Do you believe Mint a bounty
would bo pormationl ? " inked Mr.
I'nyne. "You rpmembor in 18U4
you ojiposed it 011 the ground that
it could not be made permanent."
I'Yes," replied Mr. Oxnard, "I
think it would be permanent be
cause 1 believe the republican
partv will continue in power."
"Why?;' asked Mr. Wheeler;
"Because it has restored prosper
ity ? "
Mr. Oxnard did not reply to
this nor to Mr. Payne when he
asked if he believed this because of
tbf 1 nc-'uragenicnt ghentheie
publican paity by the beet sugar
stat'i and tlio close squeeze in tbe
Mr. Oxnard in answer to iinof-
tions from Mr. McMillin said thaf
the eastern and western refineries I
had divided the American maikets
between them and r.jjreeil not to
)ufritivf on each others terntoiy,
the Hawaiian treaty Ll-elping that
Senator Perkins o California
praenpd ren argument' in fvor of
the imposition or a spesific tax of
1 I -'J cents ft pound 011. imported
1 11 1 sugars, tin chow d tbat the
consumption of iinportci sugar by
tho UnitHl i$itos is about J.700,
OOO tons-aywr, all of which 'f
protected, he :aid, ean be pridue
ed in a few years within our
borders. He showed that tho
area capable of producing Sieet
sugar was suOx-iout to laore Jhan
supply the demand for tho
Uuitod States, and tkr sipnr
beets cau ha raised on soil ,
ranging in nhamcter frcji a?:lsli I
plains iv UtJih to the ik-h soil of '
California. Ht- pointed out the j
fact that Prautv alone produced
sngar beets- euttugh to ciiuu.'':ii'
turo all tho sugsr that wf import, '
and that Germany is a still greater J
producer o5suy,ir of this character.
Austria is nlso a largo producer.
These countries, he said, have pro- 1
tected this interet-t so that' it has
been aaabbrt to increase to.its pie- J lu Ccnrdnnco with tho provi
sont vast dimensions and are now h;0.,B f ,,i,llT C(.rtuin i..ortg.ige
liicicnsiugihobouiitie-iaiidclntiea m,1(1() bv QKORGE WOKD mid
to protect their 'respective produe- , HAITI E K. VONI his wifo, to
ers againsi mo compeiitioii 01 1
other European beot biigar eoun- ,
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tt l16, oiU(fnr P,1u0B1re. u "'
United Stntes are forced mto com-
Hu Ilnltiill Htnl( nnd Im imirl r.nt '
in our laborei.", fanners :tnd mo
chauics. 'J'he impoitance of beet sugar in
the United States was set forth, it
heiiii! shown in itsbenefita confer
red on a country by giving a new
tourco of revenue to its limners.
building up a now and nourishing
community wherever a licet sugar
factory is established and tho ad
dition to the cenoral orosnciitv
which it makos, furnished the rea
sons for tho protection of beet
sugar by foreign nations. Tho
senntor quoted from the report of
United States Consul Muth, who
urged upon the United States tho
necessity of pialecting tho sugar
Heiberl Myrick,presidont of the
Orange . I udd company, spoke iu
the interests of tho farmer. His
argument was exhaustive aud was
largely devoted to showing the
advantages of the production in
this country of tho sugai con
sumed hero. It was an economic
eiiine, he said, tocompel American
farmers to raise staples in com
peiitioii with the cheap land and
labor couiitriei-, with which to p
iful iinpoitod sugar, besides stand-
petition with the protected sugar b S)5:,nnlll M Nnkuina to Mlsb
of Luiopo, and for this protected , Molntvro notic0 is herobw
ffl'nnnfU'0 Pny,nB . .'ly gven that tho assignee of said
100,000,000 per year. This sum, , ol,Rllgo illton(Js to lorocloso the
he argued, should be retained m I .....,. ,i.i;.. 1 1 .,
JANUARY Iff, 1807.
ing the fi eight and commission
bolhwajs. They have found by
experience and scientific tests
that from tho Hudson rivor to tho
Pacific, from the Caroliuas to tho
lakes, they can grow sugar boots
as rich or richor in saccharine
contents thau those in Europe
They want factories established to
afford a market for these sugar
beets, which they nro willing to
furnish at from $1 to 85 per ton.
Even at these prices tho crop is a
profitable one. Evory acre devot
ed to it will by so much reduco
the competition iu other branches
A. I. I'lirbj , D.D.S., Deulul
office Cottiigo No. 100, Alatioa
3tioet, toll-phono No. 1)15 Office
hours 0 a.m. to d r.Jt.
Mortgagee's Notice of Intontion to
Forccloso and of Salo,
luuccordarco with the provi
sions of that ct-ttiiiu mortgage
nn.de by KONALK MA UK HAM,
ftidow, to O. P. EMEHSON,
dated Augut 0th, 1892, and also
in accord mco with tho provisione
of th.it additional charge to tho
said mortgage nuulo by said Ko
niile Markham to said limcrson,
d.ilod Oct. 18, 1802, the original
mortgage being of lvcmd in the
Register Oflico, Oahu, in Libor
130, pp. 174-5, and svd uddition
nl ch irgo in Liber 108, pp. 302-3,
u Inch uioitgugo and additional
cluiiL'e theroto havo beon duly
assigned by said Emerson to J. A.
Miigonn. noticH is hereby given
tb it said sssignt'o intonds to fore
cIojc tho satiio for condition
broken, nanirlv. the noii-puyuient
of both (ri.cip'il, interest and
taxf-a wnon due.
Notice is likewis" Riven that
after the expiration of three woeks
from this duto the pioperty cov
ered by said moitgago will be
mlvorti'ed for sab' mid will bo
old at public auction nt tho ano
tinn roo.nu of J is. F Morgan,
Honolulu, on Tucsdiiy, January
yjth, 1807, at 12 o'clock noon of
For f'lither pnrt enl'irn apply to
Ass'gueoof n d Moitgagi-'S.
DudH.n.olulu, pVc. 21st, 18i)0.
Cibe property fr bo sold is as
All that ceitain land and pio-mise-
situate at Kulihi, 0hu,
doHCpbod iu Jtoy.il I'atent 070,
Land Commission Aw.ud 1200 to
Halekii, containing mi area of two
! and 7-100 acres;
And also all the land situate at
' K.ilibi aforo-aid desctibed in
ltuviil Patent 1265, Land Com-
ir iss on Award 1 20fr, containing
! ai. are 1 ol 55 10') of an note.
i Tonus Cash (Sold coin of U.
S. of America. Ded.snt exponso
ot piurchuscr. 48(,)-td
Mortgagee's Notice of Intention to
Foreclose and ai Salo.
Km11 M NkMjnH. dated S.pt.
0. 1Sm lin( r(,corcieti ;.. ilfl w..
I cistov Oilieo, OuhuP in liber 12 d
pngos 450 and 451, which
'". una unt,r,. a,,u, 00;,ii
"'"'h"P' "' ' " -J ..UO..i..
the non-puynii'iit of both )rinci
pil, intoienl nnd t .tes when Jnie.
Id'tieo is If'kHwi given that
ifti i'iO'XmIi t'on ( I thn e s,s
fro n ili'hd.ite tlio I'lnpcrty cover
eil by s.iid innttgnge will be iid
vertibed for salo u nl will bn sold
at public auction at the aiMtiou
rooms of V S. Luce, Honolulu,
on W'dio'du January 27,1897,
ui 12 o'clock not i) of that dd.
Eii fnithor partiuulnrs niply to
J A. Maroon, attorney for Miss
MISS AGNErf MrlNTYRB,
A'-sijii'M) of tuortgngo.
U,it"d tioaolulu, Dt-o. 21, 18U7.
Tne propnty to bn sold is as
All 1I1OS" ciutnin nrunises situ-
atn in Kaili plueo, K lilii. Hono
lulu, moio pnrticularly dosenbod
as Lots No. 11 and 12 upon n man
or diagram of tho siiuih, roonrded
in liber 120, en folios 891 and 392,
in the Hawaiian Register of Con
veyances the ti tnl urea of paid
premihfn is 12.91.J square feet,
more or lo-s.
I Toms Cish-G .Id coin of tho
Uiritod Htnti-o of Aii oiica. Do"ds
ut t'.pniM of put chaser. -IS'J Id
.wi' ill 11 iw imm.mM vt m4 i i..
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Doubtless you know that It ED WAR is in progress in both Cuba
and tho Philippines. Luckily wo purchased n LARGE STOCK
DIRECT just befiie the fighting began. Thorefore we havo nut, as
et, bo-n obliged to uiise pricts. WE HOPE WE WON'T HAVE
TO. Meanwhile, in order to avoid such a state of afiairs, come in
and purchuso now.
HOLLISTER & CO.,
Corner Fort and Merchant Sts. Wholesale and Retail..
Atmores' Minco Meat iu ylass jurs,
Old Homestead Mince Meat in I lb plcgs.,
Cuttings' Minco Meat in 2 lb. tins,
K. and R. Tltim Pudding in 1,. 2' and 3 lb. tins.
Cranberries, Candied Peel,
California Swei t Potntoe?,
New Crop Raisins, Nutp, Jatr , Figs,
Apples, Queen Olives, Asparagus,
Maple Syrup, Edam Cheese,
Creamer' Buttor, lining, Bacon,
Crackers, Cheese, Etc., Etc., Etc.
ort Street, -
BOARDING, -:- SALE
HARNESS : .A.SD -:- SA-JDnDLE
-WE HAVE THE-
FINEST DRIVING HORSES'
Tho lest ol nttcntion plvon lo nnimilH lefr with hb. Careful ilrivars, reipoetfn
aKeudiint-i, proniptntBs. Hftcks, Sorties, linker. lusdtfn,Fhiintoiis, Wunniifctlm.
LOTS a INGHAM,
Brass Signs and Electro-Plating
Mist, Nickel aild SRycrPlatinE.il Signs of Every Description!!
017 AND 019
r-: ATTIIE :-,
Cit Furniture Store,
luruur vi rori mm
Just received Ex. Bk. Albort t
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Main Offlco Telephone No. .r3. 1'. O. liox Xu. 222 Urauch Offloo Tekphoue No. 8:!P
Oahis Lumber and Building Co., L'd.
Lumber Merchants, Contractors & Builders.
Doors, Stwhes, Paints, Gils, Biuldors' Hndwaie, Wall I'apors and
Matting, Etc. Manufacture All Kinds of M. ulding.
la Office. Leho, King btioot. Italia li Officii mul Planing Mill, corimr King ni d
tlreelK. Lumber VitnU, Loleo nnd i.ot near 11. 11. Dinot l'r.vato traok comnjet
li 0. 11. ,t L, Co. U. It. nuiB tlnougli our )iiul to li. 1!. vlnuf uml uuyiimt (A
il Wnl limn btuilntiu i ti.. . .
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Ewa nml WuLumo stutiaun.
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Ml a. Ml 11 11 fi ?
212 King Street.
- OTel. 7Y
AND -:- LIVERY.
1 Oildiiif;. ou Olusi a Speeiulty.
Undertaker ond Embaln.x
AND DEALEItS IN