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1M) HI M.iOriN, FEBRUARY G, 1897.
Our I's and Other Eyes.
Our I's are just as strong as they were fifty yeara ago,
when we have cause to use them. But 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. Boyce, 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 me. I believe Ayer's Sar
saparilla to be the best blood purifier that has 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 praiso for
Any doubt bmil It? Snl for th "Cortbook."
It Mil. doubts anil currs doubters.
AuJreii 1 J. C. Aycr Co., Lowell, Max.
Trusting that you may be in
terested in cycling, wo toko tlio
liberty of stilting to you n few
facts about our wuools:
Wo need not trouble you with
needless description of the World
Faiuod "RAMBLER" BicycU,
which by its easy running, np
poitrnnco, strength nnd lasting
titinlitii's bus uou for tho tnukors
a hhiuo world renowned.
The "R.VMBLERS" nro equi
pod with the great G.&.f. Dotnch
able Tiro, winch since its intro
duction to Honolulu litis proved,
by the uuiubois in use, tho 111 oat
auccPbsfnl and necesbary adjust
ment to a bicycle.
We take groat plensuro in re
oQtuendin to our fiionds tho
"RAMBLER" and tiust that in
furnishing one to nuy pernon they
will never havo occasion to regret.
Our tonns nro such that n bicy
cle is no longer n luxury but a
necessity in actual saving of time
and money. Wo would ask jou
to but call Hud get our figures.
As is customary neuring the
close of each year, the makers in
order to get ready for tho ousuing
year, offer the present 1896
wheels at reduced prices. We are
mow prepared to give our cus
tomers the benefit of these 1 educ
tions us long as our stock holds
out. For thoso wishing nn up to
dnto wheel of the highest grade,
olio which wo can guarantee to
tb.o fullest extent, wo would offer
tho "RAMBLER." As to ira
provetueutf. foi the coming seaton
wq would say we anticipate none.
Such changos which may bo made
will, as has been tho past two
years, bo changes immaterial to
tho iraprovomeut of tho wbeol in
, Kindly give this some thought
or call your frieuds'atteution to it
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din unil olher wellktiown
ACCOUDEON3. the celebratoJ "lm
perlal" and other good Hues.
So? Anil a t ti'Hi-.in.l mm t niieotlif
hiumIIt liiBliuitienlM tuci nuineniiis to
Our celebrn'eil Will, Vlnhols C
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Are the best made. Ue no other.
For all Instruments.
Our tt'ock In 1 Iih uiiint vailed to l
found ttiln hMm of 'FrlHco, ani tli
nrlcea ttie Butne us you nay in Hit
All IcistruiiK-ntseolil on easy month
WALL, NICHOLS CO.,
The money cavers for you.
No. 10 Store
Iigsl 3igs! 3ugs!
Sofa Rugs I Floor Rugs I
Mats! Mats I
Tapestry and Carpets,
Crumb Cloths and Drutjgets.
EST All Just Itocoivod at
THE AKIZOXA KICKER
THE EDITOR DECIDES TO AGAIN ES
TABLISH A WEATHER BUREAU.
A Real EeUte tlnom A Stranger Octt
Bunitrnok Qnrer Inoldent In a Toker
Onlne Tlie Editor Tenches Sunday Soliool
and DUeoaras'ii Interference,
Wo have again established a weather
bureau in connection with Tho Klclcor
office, nud Jjoviiryjlny nt neon wo, shall
pat 6nt'n bunfflnn giving this probabiH
tiei for tho coming SI hours. A year
ago Colohpl MoPartland entered our
ofllco and jWeodetl to kick tho uphol
stery out of overy thing ho could reach
becauso wo predicted n cyelouo which
didn't come. Six months later Major
Taylor did tho samo thing, and shot 'tho
hands off our eight day clock to boot,
because it rained whon wo predicted dry
Wo now wish it distinctly understood
that our only facilities of woathor pre
dicting aro n sot of contpas'oi, a carpen
ter's rulo, a lead pencil iiuilarlicumatio
leg. Wo shall mako mistakes, but they
will be errors of tho rulo aud pencil in
stead cf tho heart Onr aim will bo to
como as closely as passible, and with
that tho pnblio must bo satisfied. Wo
firmly refuso to bo held reponslblo for
any mistakes, and any critter mean
ouough to put tho responsibility on us
will find us in our snuctum with a load
ed gun at either elbow.
No Room nere.
Some 0110 in Louo Jack sold a corner
lot tho other day for ?r cash and a blind
uiulo, and Tho Recorder of that town
cornea out in a two column article about
tho great boom which has set in and is
going to jump tho population to 100,000
inside of a year. This town is not on
tho boom. Over 60 lots havo changed
hands within a month, and soven new
saloons nro in process of construction,
but nobody is saying n word. Wo aro
just sawing wood and going along about
our business. And should u "promoter"
strike tho plaeo and offer to put np 550,.
COO to make thing hum, ho wrnld lio
di'codiiiEcd. Wo shall giow nnd bironio
a second Paris 011 our own nicrlta or uot
A Cao of Sunstroke.
lira Colonel Hopkins of Cochiso plnco
gavo 11 lawn party lust Tuesday evening
to eclcbrato her thirty-sixth birthday,
and whilo about 40 ladies and gentlo
men wcro enjoying tho festivities of tho
occasion a stranger appeared and began
knocking down tlioOliinoso lanterns and
otherwise misbehaving. As wo wcro
managing the party for Mrs. Hopkins,
wo felt itourdutyto tucklo tliostiangcr
and at tho cud of ten minutes sent him
to the hospital. Ho bit our cars and
chowed our thumbs, and wo wcro uovcr
uourer being licked in our life. After
tho doctors had worked over him for
half an hour they pronounced his caso
ouo of sunstroke that i, it was sun
stroke to start on. His leg and two ribs
wcro broken later on. At tho present
dato ho seems to bo doing all right, but
has cither lost tho power of speech or is
still too tired to talk. Nobody knows
who ho is or whero ho camo from, and
ho is boiug cared for at our expense
There Wjw No Shoot Ins.
Our esteemed contemporary como out
with a column sensition lat week re
garding tlio incident nt the Bald Ktiglo
pokor room, which dots two of onr fel
low townsmen grave injustice. Both of
them havo called ut his offire suerul
times to unjoiut his spinal column, bat
the critter is in hiding and cuinit bo
found. Tho incident referred to was a
meio trifle. Mr. Stephen Giocu was
playing poker with Colonel O'Dycr. A
hand camo out in which both got throe
acos, aud thoy raised each other until
there was $50 on tho tablo.
When Stevo finally called tho colonel
and hands woro shown, both oroso und
drew thoir guua Wo grabbed the colouol,
and Judge Graham grabbed Steve, and
after a littlo argumont both wero con
vinced that tho sixaocshad been packed
up with tho dock by tho maker. Neither
man hod attempted to choat, but it was
simply ono of thoso curious incidents in
poker which no ouo can account for.
There was no shooting; no hard words.
Whon tho matter had been duly ex
plained, tho gentlemen shook hands and
sa$ down nnd resumed tlio game.
Mending Ilia Mannera.
Last Sunday afternoon, as wo were
actiug in tho place of Sunday school su
perintendent and telling 40 children tho
story of Mosos in the bulrushes, a crit
ter named Joe Havens entered tho room
for tho purpose of creating a disturb
mice. Wo let him yell "Bully for
Mososl" twico beforo wo warned him,
When ho opened his mouth for tho third
time, wo took him by tho neck aud
heavod him through a window, nnd ho
struok tho ground in such shapo that
his right shoulder wits dislocated. Wo
understand that Havens was encour
aged by tho Hewson crowd, and that
over a dozen loafers wero standing on
tho corner to sco how tho affair would
When ho recovered, consciousness Mr.
Havens was very coutiito and homesick,
and wo havchiswoid for it that how ill
never again interforo with a Sunday
school. If there is any other ciitter in
town who feels liko raiding A row when
wo aro acting ns superintendent, he
needn't hosltato on our account.
Tho Vnouura oils nio sold iu
tho Ilawniian Inlands by tho Paoi
fio Hardware Co ,Ltd.,of Honolulu,
and nro deliveied lo the purohas
or in orifjinnl paoknyes ns shipped
, liom our works. vacuum uu
I Co., Edward Prizor, Seototaiy.
Castle & Cooke
Sole Agents for
Fi ST0CKT0N.CAUFORINA. 'A
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Will Display Iti a few days a
full line of
Just Btceived pur "Australia."
New School Supplies
and New Goods
In Eyery Department. Special
attuutlon given to
For Foreign Correspondence.
310 Fort Street.
Kubncrlbe for tbe Evening BtJL-
1.KHN 75 cents per mouth,
K I WQSrWS- I
J"-u.st Becei-Vad. per aitcuistxeullai.'
Atiuores' Minco Meat in glass jars,
Old Homestead Minco Meat in 1 lb. pkgs.,
Cuttings' Minco Meat in 2i lb. tins,
K. and K. Plum Pudding in 1, 2 and 3 lb. tins,
Crunborries, Candied Peel,
California Sweet Potatoes,
New Crop Raisin's, Nuts, Dates, Figs,
Apples, Queen Olives, Aspnragus,
Muplo Syrup, Edam Cheese,
Crcamorv Butter, Hams, Bacon,
Crackers, Cheese, Etc., Etc., Etc.
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CELEBRATED -:- LIVE -:- STOCK -:- REMEDIES
ron tub cube
Hoisos, CaUlo, Sheep, Dogs, Sv;n?, and Fault;?.
XjIIjY lEHAJL'FL. OIL
Tlio llurveloas Uair Remedy which prevents
FOR SALE BY
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EZT Noat pamphlet free on nppllcatiou. P. 0. Box 292, Telephouo 2U.
Honolulu April 21, 1800.
Mr. 0. w. Mackmilase: -II nfTords me pleasure to ncouiineml, to uuy ouo whose hair
is lollhiR out, thouroof UIM'OITIL'A IIA11U11.. M hair whs coiulnK out ntmicU
n rate nuledmo to believe tUtt I would soon becomob.uM. After uiiiiig tho oil loi flveweeki
this ccftbOtl entircl ; Doue w htttver Is now f iilliun out. I coDSlil. r it tho bsst ami only
worthy romedy for this trouble unil nl.o rccommtnd it its a btiihulant to new vruwth.
COStf Youri truly, .1 H.DAMKL3.
UTort Street. - - - - Orel. -77
BOARDING, -:- SALE -:- AND -:- LIVERY.
-WE HAVE THE-
FIN-EST BRiVING MORSES
IN HONOLULU. T.
The best of attention nivon to animals left with us. Careful drivers, reipoctfu.
attendants, promptness. Ht.cl.3, Bnrries, Drakes, HuKpies.Phnetons, V,'i-onottm. . v.
Brass Signs and
J. T. JMJM,
Machinist, Nickel and Silycr Plating
617 AND 619
r- AT THE i-.
Citv Furniture Store
(Corner of Fort aud
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Main Ofllce Telephone No. 03. P. 0. Box No. 222 llranoh Office Telephone No. 838 .
Oahu Lumber and Building Go., L'd.
Lumber Itoka&ts, Conlractors & Builders.
Doors, Saslios, PnintB, Oils, Builders' Hnrilvvnrtf, Wall Pnpors and
Matting, Etc. Mnnufaoturo All Kinds of Moulding,
Main Office, Lelto, King Btrcet. Branch Ofllce and Planing Mill, corner King and
Bethel streets, Lumber Yards, Lelco and Lot near It. It. Depot. Prhate track connect,
ing with 0. It. k L. Co. K, It. tuna through onr jartla to It. It wharf and any tart of
Ewa and Waiauae stations. i 483-tf
Bulletin, 75c, der Month
212 King Street.
or diseases or
Signs of Every Description I
Gilding on Glass a Specialty,
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AND DEALERS IN