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EVENING BULLETIN, JANUARY 27, 1897.
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Drs. Maybe and Mustbe.
You choose the old doctor before the young1 one. Why?
Uecause you don't want to entrust your life In Inexperienced
hands. True, the younp doctor may be experienced. But
the old doctor muBt be. You take no chances with Dr. Maybe,
when Dr. Mustbe Is In reach. Same with medicines as with
medicine makers the lonjj-trled remedy has your confidence.
You prefer experience to experiment when you are concerned.
The new remedy may be pood but let somebody else prove
It. The old remedy must be good judped on Its record of
cures. Just one more reason for choosing AYEH'S Sarsa
parllla In preference to any other. It has been the standard
household sarsaparllla for half a century. Its record Inspires
confidence 50 yenrs of cures. If others maybe good,
Ayer's Sarsaparllla must be. You take no chances when you
take AYKU'S Sarsaparllla.
Trusting that you may bo in
terested iu cycling, wo tako tlio
liberty of statinc to you a fow
facts about our wheels:
"Wo need not trouble you with
needless description of tho "World
Famed "llAMULEll" Bicycle,
which by its easy running, ap
pearance, strength nnd lasting
qualities has won for tho makers
a name world ronowned.
Tho "RAMBLERS" are equi
ped with tho great G.ifcJ. Detach
ablo Tiro, winch siuco its intro
duction to Honolulu has proved,
by tho nuuibeis iu uso, tho most
successful and necossary adjust
ment to a bicyclo.
AVo tako great pleasure in re
cornouding to our frionds the
"RAMBLER" and trust thnt iu
furnishing one to any person they
will never have occasion to regret.
Our terms aro such that a bicy
cle is no longer a luxury but a
necessity in actual Hiving of time
and jncaoy. Wo would nsk you
to but call and got our figures.
As is customary noaring tho
oloso of oach yoar, tho makers in
order to got ready for tho ensuing
year, offer tho prosont 1B9G
wheels nt reduced prices. "Wo aro
now prepared to givo our cus
tomers tho benefit of theso reduc
tions as long as our stock holds
out. For those wishing an up to
dto wheel of tho highest grado,
one which wo can guarantee to
tho fullest extont, wo would offer
tho "RAMBLER." As to im
provements for tho coming season
wh would soy wo auticipato none.
Such chunges which may bo mado
will, as has been tho past two
years, bo changes immaterial to
tho improvement of tho wheel in
Kindly give this somo thought
or rail your frionds'attontion to it
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FOR THE CHINA PAINTERS.
Tlio I'npiilnr A'iirli'Rntrit unit C'liimlctt
OrniiniU Kith mi KiikIIOi Wiirr.
Tho menus of producing the vnrio
gated and clouded grounds aeon on pome
of tho English waro is n mnttcr of in
tercut to tho china painters who nro tak
ing up tlio work nfrcsh this mitumn.
Clouded gTouuds prt-sont very artistic
effects, giving relief to tho oruamontnl
designs associated with them. To pro
duco tho most pleasing effects Tho Art
Intcrcliiingo faya tho following colors
should boused: Bronzo green, dcepbluo
green, old blue, deep bluo (bleu riclio),
deep ultrnninrlno bine, deep purple,
deep violet of paid, light violet of gold,
mlmou red, cm nation No. 2, deep car
nation nnd rose pompadour used singly.
Theso colors should bo mixed iu tlio
snnio manner ns for solid grounds, al
though It may bo sometimes advisable
to udd n Inrgir proportion of oil of
cloves to assist tho blending. A single
stipplcr should bo used, well charged
with color, ni d tho color npplicd in
dabs nt dlMiu ces to bo dutcrmined by
tho drgreo of li ht and shndn desired in
tho clouding. A dry stipplcr must then
bo taken to ftp 'cad tho dabs into each
other nt their edges and soften tlio col
or so as to pr duco tho clouded effect
aimed nt, A few trials will cnablo tho
amateur to Fee no satisfactory results.
Tlio process must bo quickly dono, and
no thick patcht h lcftwhoro tho original
dabs woro deposited, otherwise thn col
ors may becomo rough or blister iu tho
firing. If properly manipulated, tlio
grounds, when theycomo from tho kiln,
will present n perfoctly smooth and
For variegated grounds n solid ground
tint bus first to bo laid and fired, pref
erably of somo medium toned color.
On tills ground dark lines of somo anal
ogous or contrasting color moy bo
drawn with n fino tracer, producing tho
effect of irregular inoaie, and then
caoh spaco botween tho lines lightly
shaded witli color somewhat darker
than tho ground. If this is tastefully
done, n most nrtistio o fleet is tho l exult.
Variegated grounds may bo prodneod
by minuto dotting in one or many col
on; upou a f-olid i:k uud tint. Such u
treatment is suggested by tho markings
of certain birds' eggs and flowers.
New DrftlRn In rinnoi.
A recent development iu tlio rfinpo of
tho upright piano forto comes from n
colobrated English maker, who has man
ufactured an claborutoly decoruted up
right grand of hr.rp shapo design.
Internally tho pianoforto is mado on
tho straight or parallel system of string-
nAitp EiurRD urnioiiT riAso.
Ing, and tho tono, whin tho instrument
was complotcd, proved to bo unusually
good. Tho lines of tho design aro very
vigorous, but tho carving boing in low
rolief, and tho wood being toned down
to u mellow tint, tho genciol effect is
peculiarly harmonious. Tho character
of tho decoration iu Rcgcnco, and the
casowork is of solid aud well figured
oak. Iu tho upper panels of tlio really
boautiful instrument tlio luoshwork is
very slightly gilt, aud a pieco of old
Frencli brocado of tho Begcnco period,
the background of which is of n soft
green shade, constitutes tho lining of
Grape Jelly nnd Marmalade.
Solcct grapcs.which nro ripo and juicy.
Pick them from tho stems aud put them
in an earthen orVoodnn bowl nud mash
thoroughly. Put them in a porcelain
kottlo without wator. Cover closely and
heat to a boll. Boil 15 minutes, stirring
occasionally. Rcmovn from tlio fire,
strain through a cloth, and to each pint
of jnico allow a pound of granulated
sugar. Mix tho juiro and sugar together
well, place upon tho tiro and loil fast
for 20 minutes, skimming well all the
time. Pour into tumblers and set nway
until cold, when they should bo scnlcd.
Grapo marmalade may bo nmdo from
unripo crapes, prepared as In tho ioro
going reoipo from Good Housekeeping,
I oxcopt that thoy should bo boilod to a
pulp beforo straining, then passed
through a sieve or rrult press. To each
pint of this pulp or juioe, nftoiressing,
nllow a pint of sugar. Mix woll, thon
boil very fast for 20 utnotes or until it
congeals upon boing dropped upon a
cold, plate. This mnrmulado is particu
larly nico sprund upon hot cakes or
waflloa for broakfnat.
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Mortgagoo's Notice of Intontion to
Forocloso and of Sale.
In-nocordnnco with tho provi
sions of that certain mortgagO'
made by KONALK MARK HAM,
h widow, to O. P. EMERSON,
dated August 6th, 1892, unci also
in uccordanco with tho provision"
of tlu-t additional charge to tho
said niortgige mado by said Ko
nulc Murkhum to said Eraorson,
dated Oct. 18, 1892, tho original
mortgage being of record in tho
Register Office, Oahu, in Libor
139, pji 174-5, and said addition
al ch.irgo in Liber 138. pp. 302-3,
which mortgage and additional
charge thereto hnvo boon duly
assignod by said Emorson to J. A.
Mngoun, notice is hcroby given
tLt said nssigneo intonds to fore
close tho snnio for condition
broken, namely, tlio non-payment
of both principal, mtorost and
taxes whou duo.
Notico is likewise given thnt
after tho expiration of three wouks
from tins ditto the proporty cov
ered by said mortgngo will be
ndtoititcd for sale uud will be
sold at public auction at tho auc
tion loo.iiu of Jus. F. Morgan,
Honolulu, on Tuesday, January
2(ith, 1897, nt 12 o'clock noon of
For further particulars apply to
J. A. MAGOON,
Assigucoof said Mortgages.
Ditcd Honolulu, Deo. 21st, 1896.
The property to bo sold is as
All that cortnin land and pro
mises situate at Kulilii, Oihu,
doHcribed iu Royal I'utont G79,
Lund Commission Award 1200 to
Hnlekii, oontuitiiug tin area of two
and 7-100 acres;
Ai d also "11 the 1 md situato at
Kalihi nfuiOHuid debctibud in
Royal Patent 12C5, Laud Com
mission Award 1205, containing
nn nron of 55 100 of an aero.
'forms Cash Gold coin of U.
S. of America. DeodB at oxponso
Mortgagoo's Notico of Intention
Forocloso and of Salo.
In nccordunco with tho provi
sions of that cortnin mortgage
mado by GEORGE WOFD und
HATTIE K. vVON D his wife, to
Eminn M. Nakuinn, dutod Sept.
30, 1891, and reoordod in tho Re
gister Office, Oahu, in liber 120,
pagos 450 and 451, wlnoli
mortgage has been duly assigned
by said EmmuM. Nakuina to Miss
Agnes Mclntyro, notico is horeby
givon that tho ussignoe of said
mortgage intonds to forecloso the
sumo for condition bmkon, to wit,
tho non-payment of both princi
pal, intorost and taxes when due.
Notico is likewise givon that
aftor tho expiration of threo wooks
from this dato tho property cover
ed by said mortgogo will bo ad
vertised for salo and will be sold
at public auction at the auction
rooms of W S Luco, Honolulu,
on WttlneHdujr, January 27, 1897
at 12 o clock noon of that day.
For further particulars apply to
J. A. Mugoon, attorney for Miss
MISS AGNES McINTYRE,
Assignee of mortgHgo,
Dated Honolulu, Dec. 21, 1897.
The property to bo sold is us
All those certain premises situ
nte in Kaili phico, Klihi. Hono
lulu, moro particularly dosenbed
as Lots No. 11 and 12 upon u map
or diagram of tho Bume, rocordod
in liber 120, on folios 391 uud 392,
in the Hawaiian Rogister of Con
veyances, the total urea of said
promises is 12,915 squaro foet,
moro or loafl.
Torms Cash Gold coin of tho
United States of America. DoedB
at oxpeneo of purchasor. 489 td
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