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EVEN1VH UDMjKTrN, FEBRUARY 1(', 185)7.
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Washington Irving said, he supposed a certain hill was called
"Rattlesnake Hill" because It abounded In Mttferiies. The
" rule of contrary " governs other names. Some bottles are, sup
posedly, labeled " Sarsaparllla " because they are full of . . . well,
wc don't know what they are full of, but we know it's not sarsapa
rllla; 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. This formula was examined bv the Medical Com
mittee at the World's Fair with the result that while every other
make of sarsaparilla was excluded from the Fair, Ayer'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
best. No other sarsaparilla has been so tested or so honored.
Good motto for the family as well as the Fair: Admit the best,
elude the rest.
Any douU bout lit Send for tha " CurtbooV."
It LI1U doubu nd cures doubter.
Addrem J. C Ajrtr Co., Lowell, Man.
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Trusting that you rnny be iu
teroated in cycling, wo take tho
liberty of stating to you a few
facts about our whoels:
We need uot trouble you with
needless description of tho World
Famed "RAMBLER" Bicyclo,
which by its easy running, ap
pearance, strength and lasting
qualities has won for tho makers
a namo world ronowned.
The "RAMBLERS" aro equi
ped with tho great G.&-7. Detach
able Tire, which sinco its intro
duction to Honolulu has proved,
by tho numbers in use, tho most
successful and necessary adjust
ment to a bioyclo.
Wo tako groat pleasure in ro
comending to our frionds the
"RAMBLER" and trust that iu
furnishing one to any person thoy
will uevor have occasion to regret.
Our terms aro bucIi that a bicy
cle is no longor a luxury but a
necessity in actual saving of time
and monoy. Wo would ask-you
to but call and get our figuros.
As is customary neariug tho
closo of each year, tho makers in
order to got ready for tho ensuing
year, odor tho present 189G
wheels at reduced prices. Wo aro
now prepared to give our cus
tomers tho benefit of these reductions-us
long as our stock holds
out. For those wishing an up to
date wheol of tho highest grado,
one which wo can guaranteo to
the fullest extont, wo would offer
tho "RAMBLER." As to im
provements for tho coming season
wo would say wo anticipate none.
Such changes which may bo mado
will, as has been tho past two
years, be changes immaterial to
the improvement of tho wheel in
Kindly give this some thought
or call your frionds'attoution to it
E. 0. Hall & Son
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The only complete line of
MUSIC GOODS '
In the I'laiida. A few of
our ppecUllles ....
Kingsbury Pianos !
The perfection of art iu
CHICAGO COTTAGE OHOANS, Un
equaled In tone, beauty ami con
structions. KEGINA MUSIC BOXES, the KIdr
of all, plays over one t!iounanil
AUTOHARPS, everybody'B Instru
ment, a child can play it.
GUITAItS, we carry the celebrated
Henry F. Mason, Harwnod and
other make, from $4 up.
BANJOS, Rlewart, Fairbanks &
Cole and other wellknowu
ACCORDEONS, the celebrated "1m
pcrlal" and other good lines.
tSF And a thousand and one other
smaller Instruments too numerous to
Our celebrated Wall, Nlohols Co.
"Stak" Brand of
GUITAR, 1'W LIN ana
Are the best made. Ueo no other.
For all Instruments.
Our slock la the most varied to he
found this side of 'Frisco, and the
g rices the same as you pay In the
All Instruments sold on easy month
WALL, NICHOLS CO.,
The money savers for you.
lly virtue of a Writ of Execution issued
out of the District Court, on tho lSth day
of January, A. D, 1807, agaluutUhow Slug,
defendant, iu favor of In Sing, plaintiff, for
the tmm of $2'0.2a, I have levied upon
and shall cxp'ifto for sale at tho Station
IIousu, in tliu District of Honolulu, Island
of Oahu, at 12 o'clock of Saturday, the
2f)th day nf iVbrrmry, A IJ. 1807, to tho
highest bidder, all the right, title and in
tercut of tha Bald Chow Sing, defendant,
in and to tho following property, uuIohh
siild judgment, Interest, costs and myex
pensew bo previously paid.
List of property for sale:
Consisting of the one-tenth interest in
tho leasehold rights and assets of tho tirm
of Sun Wong Wo Company, n Ilanaua
plantation, situated on tho uinuku side of
tho Waikikl roud at Waiklki.
Honolulu, Oahu, January, 10, A. D. 1897.
II . It. IIITOHCOOK,
Deputy Marshal ltepubllo of Hawaii.
CIIAS. HUSTACE, Jit.,
Real Estate aud Commission Agent.
Stock Ilioktr. Fire aud Lifo In
surance, Campbell Block, 20(1 Merchant Street.
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IDENTIFIED IX TIM.
Aftnr n brief Mimmlnp up from tlia
Jurist) tho Jury found n verdict of guilt?'
without lonvliiK tho box. Then tho clork
put tliu foni'nl question:
"Prisoner tit tho lr, jou hnvo heard
tho verdict of "tho Jury. Hnvo you any
thing to kii.v wh fsantcnro of (loath should
not bo tuiiwcd upon you?"
"Woll.-onp'n, It's hard to bo hung for
notlilu, but I enn oo this ycro Is a yard
arm ImuIiiois. I knows no mora o' this
'ero burglary nor n lmlibr, hut tlirso wit
nesses Im'n't told no lies, I s'poo. Aud
what can I say npln 'cm? Wlicn this thing
ennio off, I war lighting tho slaves of tlm
gold roast. But youe got no call to bo
lttio that, so thcro's nil end n't."
Thoro was ponicthlng bttilT and vtmrdv
aliotit tho prisoner's manlier wuluh tin
prouod thojudge, who said, not unkindly.
"Hut, surely jirlsoni-r, If your slnry Is
true, you must Imvo friend and comrades
with whom you could hnvo coininunl
rated? If you had thought they coulil do
you good, you would hare dono this. It
Is too l.ito now."
"Yuti'ro right, cap'n; it Is too late. But
It's nil cry nell tn s.iy 'Let 'em know'
when ii mtiti In locked up In Jail mid can't
read or write mid don't know wliero
theynru. 'lliy may he In Ainrrlky, and
they may 1h nt tlio Capo, and how could I
lot 'em knuw? Leastways, not In time.
No, It's no use, eap'n, mid you'd better
order mo to Ira run up to tliu yiirdartn lit
Every one In court st.'irod In niiiiizcmcnt
at the man nlui thus roolly urgixl tliu
Judgo to hasten liU OToctitlou wlillo at the
same tlmo protostlng his Innocence The
Judgo was evidently touched.
"Hut, prisoner, tlio court ms no wlh to
hnng n niun who may Ixi Innocent. Is
thero no one who could Hiicak for you?"
"Not likely" ho licgan. IJut suddenly
he stopped short, n look of astonishment
came oer his foco, ho leaned cnljcrlr for
ward, hUcyes soeinod stnrtlng from their
sockets. Slowly Thomas Wilson nilseil Mi
arm, and, -pointing solemnly to the
stranger from the Lion hotol, who sat on
tho bench, said, In n olco half choked by
"Yo-os; thorc's a gentleman there who
might speak for me, If ha would."
Tha Judgo turned sharply round. "Do
you know tho prisoner.''' liunskcd.
"No, my lord," win tliu rvply. "I ncicr
saw him before In my life "
A deep groan liuxvc fr in t!m prisoner,
and it was txliocd by sometntiig ery like
a sigh of disappointment from tho people
"Woll, Cap'n Sharpe, If you put tho
ropo round my neck, I glu In. Co on, my
lord, I'm ready for tlio arl.irni "
"Stay," said the Jmlff, turning again
to tho stranger, "am jou Cupraiuriliariic?"
" Yos, my lord," was tlio roily.
"Well, tho prisoner hcoius to recognlzo
you, and under tho peculiar circumstances
I will usk you to step Into tho witness
box and bo sworn In order that tho pris
oner may nuk you questions. "
Captain Sliurpa stepped Into the witness
box. Thomas Wilson Ik-gun to question
"Beg pardon, sir, hut are you Cap'n
Shnriu of his nmjcsty'i ship Wulttir?"
"Yes, Iniu Captain Sharpe, und I did
oommund tho Vulture lieforo sho was paid
"Was you, sir, In command nt hor last
spring on tho gold count?"
"And wasn't I ono of your crew."
"Certainly not. I never saw your faco
before In my life."
"But, oop'u, don't you remember that
big Arab dhow that gavo jer so much
trouble? Don't yor remember bourdlu of
"Yes, but all this has been In tha news
papers, where you have probably rcud It,
for I am certain you wcro not one of my
"What, Cap'n Sharpol" cried tho pris
oner, almost In n roar, "I wasn't one uf
your crewl Don't yerromember who caino
betwoon you and tho big nigger that was
Just n-goin to cut ycr down, uud don't jer
remember what ho got for It? Dou'tyor
remember this, Cap'n Sharpe?"
Aud us ho almost shrieked out these
words tho prisoner pulled asldo lil-i full
shock of hair and showed a wlilto scar ex
tending along the wholo of the scalp.
Captain Sharpe stared hard at tho In
terrogator; a strange, puzzled expression
came over his face; thou ho slowly mut
tered: "Heavens I Is It possible? Why, you
must bo Tom Wilson, my old boatswain I"
Captain Sharpe, leaving the wltuoss box,
mado his way across the court to the dock.
Thon he seized tho prisoner by tho hand,
and, turning to tho Judge, with tears In Ida
eyes, he said:
"My lord, thero Is some torrlhlo mlstuko
hero. This Is crrtalnly Tom Wilson, my
old bos'n, but he's so changed I suppose
by the anxloty aud imprisonment ho bus
undcrgono that I did not rocognlze him
at first. You cuu't hung tho old bos'n of
the Vulturo, my lord, unless you bang hit
captain with htm."
The sceno whloli followed has probably
never had a parallel In uny court of Jus
tice. Tliu spectators gao vent to their
pent up emotions in ringing cheers,, which
tho Judgo madu no attempt to Clicok. In
deed, ho w us lilmsolf m nffectid that tho
tears were running down his chcokx.
When sllonco wus lostorcd, his lordship
turned to the Jury anil said:
"(lontlomon, I think this is a ensoln
which jou may well lecousldcr youror
dlct." "We have," my lord, promptly replied
tho foreman, "und wo find thq prisoner
About 10 o'clock that night Captain
Sharpe, accompanied by his faithful boat
hwaln, left Chester for London. Had the
judgo aud Jury mcrhonrd tho conversation
that pused between thuni, they would
probably hao been more astonished than
In court. "Woll, old pal," Captain Sharpe
was saying, "wo pulhd through that busi
ness pretty well, I think. That was n good
idea of Wily Bub's wultiug for tho ver
dict. We could never have touched that
evidence." "Yes," Tom Wilson answer
ed, "and you acted It porfuctly. If you
had cottoned to mu a uiluuto soonor, I bo
llove they'd huo twigged It S'help niol
I thought I should ha' bust when 1 saw
tho old beak u-blubberln." Tlt-Blts.
Mr-nhnnirsH' Tlnmn. nnrner TTTitnl
and Nnnanu Btreets, lodginR by
day, wool: or month. Tenrin: 25
nnd r0 nonta por nifjlit. $1, and
$1.25 por week.
Our customers toll us that
our novelties nro tho best that
hnvo ever boon sold in Hono
lulu. Ab a rulo kitchen novel
tics and labor saving tools don't
amount to much, ours do.
Tho quick-cut mincing knife
is one that cuts around tho
corners; being made half round,
it is the best for chopping in a
bowl. Fifteen ccntsis the price.
Every housekeeper knows
that small bits of soap ac
cumulate in the kitchen until
thoy uro thrown nway. The
kitchen soap shaker, made of
wire,, enables you to economize
in respect to soup.
Half the fun of camping is
in bung ablo to Hip a Hap jack
in the pan, but half the hunters
and half the cooks dont savoy
how. We have a cako turner
that does Hipping automatical
ly. It costs 15 cents for a dol
lar's worth of satisfaction. It's
made on tho no-wear-out prin
ciple. Tho Premier egg cup is a
novelty that should bo in use
in every homo. It saves scor
ching tho fingers in opening
the egg, it saves disappoint
ment in the way of matured
eggs being sent to tho table,
for by its use the age of tho
egg is ascertained before it
leaves the kitchen; it guaran
tees satisfaction in every way.
Wo'vo more novelties than
wo can write about in ono ad.
Sink brooms at 15 cents is one
of them and World's Fair tooth
picks anothor. All good for
the house. For staples wo
Handsome candelabra lamps
in brass. Royal banquet lamps,
wrought iron $0.10 each.
Crystal font street lamps. Brass
railroad lamps excelleut for
steamer pursers. Wire epergnes
for tho table. All cheap.
Von Holt Block.
If wo mado a
of every now arrival
of neckwear evory day
would bo "special"
Lots of you come
ovory day. It's
our pleasure to
have you seo a
now scarf every
time you come.
That's doing tho
tie business right.
This week's offoring
9 Hotel Street : : faycrley BlOCk"
Notice Is hereby given that one
Bay Horse, no brant), wbi'e spot on
forehead, bIpo wlilto spot on the nose,
four white spots on the buck uud the
left hind feet white, ia Impounded In
tho Government Pound at Maklkl,
Honolulu, aud if such t-etray Is not
claimed and all pound charges satis
fied on or before Saturday, February
'SI, 1897, nt 12 o'oloek noon, the earne
will be sold on that date uud hour to
the highest bidder.
Honolulu, Feb. 13, 1897. 633 3t
Dissolution of Partner
ship. Notice is hereby given that tho
partnership formerly existing between
H. E Gares, J, E. Westbrook and J.
Sclillef, doiiiu biiBiiif'83 under the firm
name of the Central Meat Market, Is
dissolved by mutual agreement aud
concent, ii. J'j. Uttrea having pur
chased the Interests of the other
above-named parties. Mr. Gares will
coutluuo the bubluess under the eamo
name. 633 nt
STOVES AND RANGES,
We are happy in being able
to announce that we have at
last received a fresh supply of
the New Process Blue
Flame Oil Stoves, and sev
eral of our customers who have
been awaiting- their arrival are
already using them. The merits
of these stoves are oo well
known to need repetition. They
burn with a clear blue flame,
give out no smoke or smell,
are clean, neat and economical
and absolutely safe.
The Golden Anvil Steel
Range, handled by us, is as
near perfect as can be made.
We have much pleasure in an
nouncing a reduction in price.
They are now selling at $$0.
We have also received an
other big lot of the justly cele
brated Pansy Stoves in three
sizes, 6's, 7's and 8's. They
are the best stove in the mar
ket for the money, handsome,
durable and cheap, with all
the latest improvements.
If you are in need of anything
in the line of stoves or ranges
we can surely suit you.
Hawaiian Hardware Co.
Opposite Spreckelfl' Bank,
NO. 307 FORT STREET.
New Goods in All
Just Reoelved ex B S. "Australia"
a Full Liiue of
85o. Papeterie ; our price 25o.
50o. " " " 85o.
75c. and 85o. " " 60c.
50o. Tablets " " 25o.
50o. " " " 80c.
50o. " " " S5c.
gjtT Seo Prices In Our Show Win
310 Fort Street.
H. HACKFELD & CO.
GENERAL COMMISSION AGENTS,
Cor. Fort and Queen Streots, Honolulu.
M. PHILLIPS & CO.,
Wholesale Importers and Jobbers of
European and American Dry Goods
Fort and Queen Streots.
Castle & Cooke
Sole Agents for
EXTRA. FAMILY ;
k STOCKTON MILUNGCri.?'
; XVbHIUN.CAUFaRINA. &
uarLlrrnnMunn nfTtrA. ?
"8 California Street. J
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Importers and Dealers in
Steel? and Iron Ranges,
121 & 123 King Street,
CAN'T BE BEAT!
My $10.00 Bath Tubs, lined with best
quality, No. 10 line, 0 In. Pipe, Chain am
Plujf, with wood rim all complete. Othfii
dealers aro dumfonndod, and resort tq all
manner of Tricks and Excuses.
lie not deceived, these Bath Tubs have
been sold for $14 until I roduced the prloei
- i i- .- -... nw. .i, my uuo
uuu gutuuuteu HuutuHcuou". &sivmatcs lur
If you want a Rood Job cheap for Oas
ring up Telephone 811, md I am yoi
JAS. NOTT Jn,
Tinsmith & Plumber
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