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EVENING BULLETIN, JANUAItY 23, 1897.
That's AVer's. Tlio same old sarsaparilla ns It was
mailo ana sold GO jsars ago. In the laboratory It la
ililiereiit. There inodo'ii appliances lend speed to skill
and experience. JJirt t.'io sarsaparilla is tlio same old
Karsap.mlla that liiii'Ob tlit' record GO years of cures.
AMiy don't wo better Jf- Well, wo'ro much In tlio
condition of tlw HNbon and tho raspberry: "DonbU
lcsi." lie mM, God niight liavo mado a better berry.
Mut doubtless, also. Ho never did." Why don't wo
bett-r tho sarsaparilla? "'o can't. Wo aro using tlio
same old plant that cured tho Indiana nml tho
Spaniards. It 1ms not been bettered. And alnco ire
nmku sarsaparilla compound out of tarsaparllla plant,
wo sco no way ot improvement. Of course, if wo wcro
making somo secret chemical compound, vo might....
Hut wo'ro not. We're niakiinr tho sam old s.irsaparillu
to euro tho samo old diseases. You can tell it's the
sitmo old sunwparllla because it works thtf same
old cures. It's tho sovereign blood purliier, and
Trusting thnt you mny bo in
terested ia cycling, wo tnko tlio
librty of stating to you n fow
fncls nlmut our wueols:
Wo need not troublo you with
iiecil'ess description of tho World
Fumed "UAMBLEll" Bicycle,
which by its easy running, ap
pearance, strength nud lasting
qualified Iiuh won for tho makers
ft linme world renowned.
Tho "RAMBLERS" aro equi
pet I with the groat G.A'J. Dotnch
nblo Tiro, which since ht intro
duction to Honolulu has proved,
by tho numbers in uso, tho most
successful and necessary adjust
ment to a bicycle.
Wo take groat pleasure in re
comonding to our friends tho
"RAMBLER'' and trust that in
furnishing one to any person they
will uovor have occasion to regrot.
Our terms uro such that a bicy
cle is no longer a luxury but a
necessity in actual saving of time
and money. Wo would ask you
to but call and got our figures.
As is customary neariug tho
close of each yoar, tho makers in
order to got ready for tho ensuing
year, offor tho present 18(JG
wheels at reduced prices. Wo aro
now prepared to givo our cus
tomers tho bonofit of theso reduc
tions as long as our stock holds
out. For those wishing an up to
(Into wheel of tho highest grndo,
one which wo can guarantee to
the fullest extent, wo would offer
tho "RAMBLER." As to im
provements for tho coming senwon
wo would say wo anticipate none.
8u' 'i changes which may be mado i
win, as lias noen tno past two
yea;, bo changes immaterial to
thr improvement of tho wheel in
Kindly give this some thought
or call your friouds'iittoutiou to it
E. 0. HaH & Son
of a ti &
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In Hip Tland9. A fow of
our frpecMItlei ....
Kingsbury Pianos !
The perfection of art in
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equaled In tone, beauty undcon
HEGINA MUdIC BOXES, tho Klnjr
of all, plays over one thousand
AUTOHAKP-S, everybody's Instru
ment, a child can play It.
GUITARS, we carry the celebrated
Htnry K. Mason, Harunoil anil
other niako", from $4 up.
BANJOS, .Stewart, Fairbanks &
Colo and other wellknown
ACCORDEONS, the celebrated "lm
periul" and other good lines.
tST And a thousand and one othet
smuller luatruraeulH too numerous to
Our celebrated Wall, Nichols Co.
"Stak" Brand of
GUITAR, VIOUN ana
Are tho best made. Use no other.
For all Instruments.
Our s'oek Ih the most varied to be
found this ldo of 'Ktlsco, and the
prices the samo us you pay In the
All Instruments sold on easy month
WALL, NICHOLS CO.,
The money savers for you.
No. 10 Store
Hugs! lugsl Iugs!
Sofa Rugs I Floor Rugs I
Tapestry and Carpets,
Crumb Cloths and Druggets.
US' All Just Ilocoivod nt
VMTER IN HOT WCATHEn.
Da corn From tlio Umi of lee Vntcr -SIod
c-Htclj- Hard Wntor FaToroil.
Ico water that Is, water In which
Ico is constantly nicltiug should bo
drunk with caution and an niidcmtnud
Ipg of Its trno dangers. Those, as point
ed out by a writer lu tho Now York
ThiA's, nro, first, tlio sudrfon floodliiR of
tho stomach with a largo qunntity of ley
fluid when tho body Jn ojiprcqsod with
Heat. Tho half pint or mora of Ico water
drank rapidly cannot fall to cause a
chill. Socond, whou tho fluid is tak
on profusely, it limy drive tho blood to
tho brain and through tho capillaries in
euoh excess as to occasion congestion.
Tho third and moro remoto danger from
tho uo of Ice water Is from Infected ice.
l'reeziug does not always destroy poi
sonous germs, as boiling does. Puro wa
ter placed In an icebox, In a covered
pitcher or stoppered carafe, will become
cool enough to drink In a short time.
Somo of tlio improved rofrigemtors con
tain a porcelain water tniik for main
taining a continuous supply of cool
diiukiug wnlvr. Water in a porous
earthen jar, placed in a draft cf nir,
will rapidly cool to a plt..iiit tempt ra
tnre. Huch porous r.is mx- now told in
thooricutnl stoics in ..Hour huge cities.
Cool water slowly drutiU m. j be tal"U
freely uud nt comprrntmiy fliort i-i-tcrv.ilA
Small bits i f iiini ho ntm
without injury. A rlim-p puni nl tho
buck of tho neck, at tho bate of tho
brain, or at tho pupraoil'ital rpnecs,
b(.ve tho eyes, indicates a chill of tho
nerves, P.ud warns against further eat
ing of ice rr drinkin,'; of Ico water. It
is liko endUS Ices and sherbets. 'Tho
safety liei in ti.v lengtli of time occu
pied In consuming tho fluid.
Not only in ice, but in water, must
wo look for scwago contamination.
Sometimes tho purest in njncnrauco Is
dangerous from this cause. Thofc'.yiplcst
test is that of Heisch put a teaspoon
ful of pnro loaf sugar in a char, glass
stoppered bottle ; add about half n pint
of tho water to bo tested ; clo'o tho bot
tle, shako it to dii-'solvo tho sugar, mid
plaeo it in a sunny window for two
days. If there Is any milky or cloudy
appearance, tho water may Leroi i'ldeied
impnro; if it remains clear, it may bo
used without ansioty.
Filtering will rcmovo solid impurities
from water, but to oveicomo poisonous
conditions only boiling will suffice. As
somo persons consider boiled water in
sipid, it may bo nerattd by rapidly
pouring It from ono pitcher to another
in an atmosphere freo from dust Tho
Jnpnnci-e or Chinese water coolers pro
tect drinking water from all contamina
tion by dust or tho air and' also keep
oracked ico uumelted for a long timo.
Tho manufactured Ico now in general
uso is freo from germs of diseaso and
may bo tibed safely with distilled or fil
Of tho well nnd spring waters, tho
soft contain potash and soda. Tho hard
waters contain lime, mnpnesln, tho
phosphntos and sulphates; they aro apt
to disturb tho digestive organs. By
boiling hard water tlio objectionable
elements can bo precipitated and tho
puro water may then bo poured from
tho sediment From a sanitary point of
view, pnro, moderately hard waters nro
brighter, clearer and cooler than soft
waters and less apt to absorb organio
life or contagion of any sort Tho linio
in small quantity is wholcsouio. Gov
ernment commissions in Europo havo
decided on moderately hard water ns
favoiing longovity, aecoiding to tho au
Wool Worlc Stltcli.
Tho wool work stitch hero snggesled
Is (specially adapted for needlewomen
with weak eyes. Tho effect greatly de
pends on tho haimonious shading of tho
KAST AND EFFECTIVE.
tapestry wool, arruseuc, or filoscllo used.
Tho long cross stitches aro carried over
ono thread and along threo, whllo tho
short stitches aro only worked over ono
thread of jieuelopo canvas. It may form
an entire grounding on canvus for slip
pers, bugs, stools, kottlo holders, or on
any solid matoriul over which somo
canvas is first carefully tacked as a
guide for tho stitches and afterwaid
clipped and every thread pulled out, as
so often explained.
Cherry Water Ice.
Cherry water Ico is always popular.
Failing fresh cherries, it may bo evolved
from tho canned fiuit. Bmiso a quart
of cherries uud squcczo through a bag j
Bdd a pint of water, a pint of sugar,
En ico of 3 lemons nnd ft wineglass of
Tlio Artogrnph is a valuable
aid to anyono wishing to lonm to
skotcli from nnturo without nn in
structor. Prico S8.00. King Bros,
havo them for salo.
City Uarriago Co.. J. S. And.
ratio, miinnger. Tf you want a
twok with good horso nnd caro
?ul drivor rinc un iVlonhono 118,
sori'iT of lAut and Merchant
Utreetu, Uuok at all hours.
iloitgagoe's Notice of Intention to
Forccloco and of Sale.
In nooordanco with tho provi
sions of that certain mortgage
mnde by KONALU MAKKUAM,
h widow, to 0. P. EMERSON,
dated August Gth, 1892, and nlso
in uceonUuco with tho provision?
of tlwt ndditionnl charge to tho
snid mortgipi' iiiudo by said Ko
nalo Mnrkhiiiii to said Emorsuti,
datod Oct. 18, 18J2, tho orifiiuul
tuortgngR boiiiK of record in the
lligistor Ofliuo, Oaliu, in Libor
13i), p. 17-1-fJ, nnd snid addition
al oh.trgo in Libor 138, pp. .'302-3,
which iuortj;ng'' and ndditionnl
charge ilicrut liuvo boon duly
assigned by said Emorson to J. A.
Magomi, notice in lioroby given
tlmt said assigneo intends to fore
close tho s.i mo for condition
broken, namely, tho non-payment
of both principal, interest and
tuxf s whou duo.
Notice is likewise given that
after the expiration of three wouks
from this d.ito tho property cov
ered by said mortgngo will bo
luhoiti't'd for sale and will be
sold at public miction at tlio (mo
tion roojrib of Jus. P. Morp,un,
Honolulu, on Tuesday, January
2(itli, 1897, at 12 o'clock noon of
For further pnrtivulnra apply to
J. A. MAGOON,
Assigucoof ftuid Mortgages.
Dated Honolulu, Deo. 21st, 18.
The property to bo sold is as
All th-at cortnin land and pro
n.iso situate at Kulihi, Onhu,
doscribed in llnyul I'utont 079,
tind CommiHsion Award 1200 to
LInlekii, containing an area of two
and 7-100 acres;
And uKo nil the lmd sUuato at
Ktililii iiforu-tiid described in
Itnytil Pntont 1265, Land Com
mission Award 1205, containing
un area of 55 100 of nn aero.
'forms Cash Gold coin of U.
S. of America. Deeds at oxponso
Mortgagee's Notice of Intention
Foreclose and of Sale,
In nccordituco with tlio provi
sions of thnt ceilniu t.iortg.igo
mado bv GEORGE "WOND and
HATTIE K. VONl) his wife, to
Emma M. Nnkuina, datod Kept.
80, 1891, and recorded in tho Re
gister Oflico, Oahu, in libor 12),
pages 450 nnd 151, which
mortgage has boon duly assigtied
by said Emma AI. Nnkuina to Miss
Agnes Mclntyro, notico is lioroby
given that tho assignee of said
mortgage intonds to foreclose the
samo for condition bnkou, to wit,
tho non-payment of both priuoi
pil, intorest and taxes when due.
Notico is likewise given that
u f tor tho extinction of threo wooks
from this date tho property cover
ed by said moitgago will bo ad
vertised for sulo nnd will bo sold
at public unction at tho utictvii
rooms of W S. Luce, Honolulu,
on "WVdno-dny, January 27, 1897,
at 12 o'clock noon of that da.
Fur furthor particulars apply to
J A. Magoon, attorney for Miss
MISS AGNES McIXTYKB,
Assigneo of mortgngo.
Dated Honolulu, Die. 21, 1897.
Tho property to be sold is us
All those cor tain premises situ
ate in Kiiili plnco, Kulihi. Hono
lulu, moio particularly described
as Lots No. 11 and 12 upon u map
or diagram of tho Panic, recorded
in liber 120, on folios 391 and 392,
in the Httwaiinn Register of Con
voyancos, the total aroa of snid
promises is 12,915 squoro foot,
moro or los.
Tonus Cash Gold coin of tho
United States of America. Deeds
lit oxpenso of pnioluiser. 489 td
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S2U l1ort bt,
Doubtles,a you know that RKD WAR is in progress in both Cuba
nnd tho Pbilippinos. Luckily wo purchased a LARGE STOCK
D IK HOT just boforo tho fighting began. Therefore we havo not, ns
yot, been obligod to raise prices. WE HOPE WE WONT HAVE
TO. Meanwhile, in order to avoid such a state of ali'uirs, come in
anu purcuaeo now.
HOLLISTER & CO.,
Corner Fort and Merchant Sts.
T-u.st SBeoei-vfed. per .A.ia.strstliet.
Attiiorcs' Ainco reat in glass jars,
Old Homestead Minco Meat in I lb. pkgs.,
Cuttings' Mince Meat in 2 lb. tins,
11. and K. Plum Pudding- in 1, 2 and 3 lb. tins,
Cranberries, Candied Puel,
California Sweet Potatoes,
New Crop Enisins, Nuts, Dates, Fi. s,
Apples, Queen Olives, Asparagus,
Maple Syrup, Edam Cheese,
Creamery Butter, Hnms, Bacon,
Crackers, Cheese, Etc., Etc., Etc.
Eort Street, - - - - Tel. -W
BOARDING, -:- SALE -:- AND -:- LIVERY.
HARNESS :-- AJSHD -
WE HAVE THE
FINEST DRIVING HORSES
Tho hest ot attontlou (jiven to aniuials left with im. Cnrefnl drivcra, rc$iioctfn
nttondnnts, promptneHH. Ilfccks, Siirries, Uroke.s. BnKtriot.I'knotous. Wncnnottus.
Brass Signs and Electro-Plating
J. T. IUM,
Machinist, Nickel and Silrcr Plating.
G17 AND G19
-: AT THE :-,
Gitu Furniture Store
(Corner of Fort and I3cretank streets.)
Just roooived Ex. Bk. Albort
Main Office Telephouo No. 53. P, O. Box
Oahu Lumber and Building Co., L'd.
Lumber Merchants, Contractors & Builders.
Doors, Saslios, Puints, Oils, Builders' Unrdwaro, Wnll Pnpors nnd
Matting, Etc Munufnoture All Kinds of Moulding.
Mftlu Ofllco, Lelco, King strcot. Branch Ofllco and rinning 51(11, corner King nnd
Bethel streets. Lumber Yards, Leleo nud Lot uenr It. It. Depot, nivnto track connect
ing with O. It. k L. Co. K. It. lima tlnoiigh our yards to It. B. whnrf and any part of
Ewft and Wniauuo ututious. 4S;!-tf
IS THIS ?
Wholesalo and Retail,
212 King Street.
Signs of Every Description I
Gilding ou Glass a Specialty.
ui assortment of
TJndortnkor nnd Embalmer
No. 222 Branch OOlco Telephone No. 838.
AND DEALEBS IN
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