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You choose the oM doctor before the jounu one. Why?
Because you don't want to entrust your life In Inexperienced
hands. True, the younff doctor may be experienced. But
the old doctor must be. You take no chances with Dr. Maybe,
when fir. Mustbc Is In reach. Same with medicines as with
medicine makers the lone-tried remedy has your confidence.
You prefer experience to experiment when you arc concerned.
The new remedy may be pood but let somebody else prove
It. The old remedy must be good Judged on Its record of
cures. Just one more reason for choosing AVER'S Sarsa
rarllla In preference to any other. It has been the standard
household sarsararllla for half a century. Its record Inspires
confidence no years of cures. If others may bo good,
Ayer's SarsaparMla must be. You take no chances when you
Hollister Drug Co., Agents.
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Trusting that you niny ho in
terested in cycling, wo tnko the
liberty of stating to you a few
facts about our wheels:
We need not trouble you with
needless description of the World
Fnraed "BAJJLBLEB" Bicycle,
which by its easy running, ap
pearance, strength and lasting
qualities has won for tho makers
a uamo world renowned.
The "RAMBLERS" are equi
ped with tho great G.ifcJ. Detach
able Tire, which since its intro
duction to Honolulu hns proved,
by tho numbers in use, tho most
successful and necessary adjust
ment to a bicycle.
Wo take great pleasure in re
comonding to our frionds the
"RAMBLER" and tniBt that in
furnishing one to any person they
will never liavo occasion to rogrot.
Our terms aro such that a bicy
cle is no longor a luxury but a
necessity in actual saving of tirno
and money. Wo would ask you
to but call and got our figures.
As is customary noaring tho
close of each year, tho makers in
order to got ready for tho onsuiug
year, otter tho presont 1896
wheels at reduced prices. Wo aro
now prepared to give our cus
tomers tho benefit oF theso redno
tiouc as long as our stock holds
put. For those wishiug nn up to
dato wheel of the highest grade,
ouo which wo cau guuranteo to
tho fullost extout, wo would oflor
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, bo changes immaterial to
tho improvement of the wheel in
Kindly give this some thought
or cnll your friouds'attontion to it
E. 0. Hall & Son
. , . , For Everybody:
The only complete lino of
MUSIC GOODS !
In the IlamK A few of
our epeetulties ....
Kingsbury Pianos I
The perfection of art in
CHICAGO COTTAGE ORGANS, Un
erjuuteil In tone, beauty unit con
struction". KEGINA MUSIC BOXES, the Klujs
of nil, plays over ono thousand
ATjrOHARl'S, every hotly 'a Instru
ment, a child can play it.
GUITARS, we carry the celebrated
Henry F. Mason, Harwood and
other make, (rom $1 up.
BANJOS, Stewart, Fnlrbnnks &
Cole and other wellkuowu
ACCORDKONS, the celebrated "lm
perlal" and other good Hues.
tSSf And a thousand and one other
smaller Instrument too numerous to
Our celebrated Wall, Nlohols Co.
"Stau" Brand of
GUITAR, VIOLIN ana
Are the best made. Use no other.
For all instruments.
Our stock la the most varied to he
found this side of 'Frisco, and the
prices the same as you pay In the
AH Instruments sold on easy month
WALL, NICHOLS CO.,
The money savers for you.
lly virtue of a Writ of Execution irHued
out of the District Couit, on tholfithday
of January, A. O. 1807, upniustC'tiow Sing,
defendant, in favor of In Sing, plaintiff, for
tlin sum of $210.23, I have levied upon
and shall expose for Kale at the Station
IIouho, lu the District of Honolulu, Island
of Onhu, nt 12 o'clock of Saturday, the
20th day of Frlirun.y, A. I). 1897, to tho
highest bidder, ull the right, title aud i li
ferent of the Mild Chow Sing, defendant,
in and to tho following property, unless
said judgment, intercut, costs ana my ex-
' tuitmoii lis nutFlriikilir imt1
'vr"WT irv i(i vf iuii"ij imiiii
List of property for salo:
Consisting of tho ono-touth interest in
the leasehold righta and assets of tho firm
of Suit Wong Wo Company, a liuuaua
plantation, situated on tho mauka sido of
the Waiklkl load at Walkikl.
Honolulu, Uahu, January, 19, A. D. 1897.
II. It. HITOHCOOK,
Deputy Marshal ltvpubllu of Hawaii.
CHAS. HUSTACE, Jit.,
Real Estate and Commission Agent.
Stock Hrokor. Fire aud Life In
surance. Campbell Block, 200 Merchant Btroct.
Anion Ambler wn n xor but fanhlon.
ibla ynuiift tnnti. II In clot lie with Hindu
ivlthout n wrlnlilc tiy a fa-lilunalilci taller,
Itn wont n fiiidilmiuhlo Alaska diamond
pill, n innlra plated chain, and thuwrlnt
Uind of hi liuninculata ahlrt were neonml
by n pair of linimu kIccvo button repro
Knntlnn n nkull mid n pair of rronftlxmc
nnd bol iik nearly of tlionbonf llfu. III
fnco wn fair, but mirrowfut In It exprn
llnn, nnd not without reason, for hi heart
wn haunted with tho malniicholy recnlloa
tlon of n lost lave.
Tho object of bUfiupposed mlnplaml af
fection was n certain Ml iMIncrva Mud
dleton, who resided with her Indulfrcnt
parentH in an elegant hnuw on Indiana
mciiiia They had met ntachiirch mclablo
ilurhiK tho prevlou winter. Sho had In
Viteil him to call nt her house. Ho had no
teptcd tho Invitation, nnd nn Intimacy had
nrlfon between thorn that nffordiil lilrn
many brlghtiiroinUcs of futttro happlno,
but, nln for hint, ull human hope nro
vain, and the brlphtet dream of enrthly
llfo nro but fleeting. Old Muildleton, n
Amos isnnictlmc calleil hi proinectho
fnthcr-ln-lnw, had higher ntiii for litis
daughter. When ho Raw how mutter were
going, ho suddenly, ns ho Fiibequriiil.r re
marked 'to ono of hi neighbor, "put hi
foot down" and forbndo Amos tho lmpl
tnlltlcof hlshourc. Tholovcrwcro thero
foroFciiaratcd. Their interchange of alTeo
tlon wcro interrupted for u season, hut not
Immediately adjoining tho Muddletou
mansion wan a largo boarding house ouo
of thoso vulgar Institution that will thrust
Itpolf Iut3 select and nrltocratlo neighbor
hoods. At thl habitation Anin Immedi
ately soeur.vl on iipartmout. from the win
dow of which ho could obtain n frequent
Rllmp.'o of tho fair Mluerin as she llltteil
from room to room about her father'
houo engaged in her various household
duties. i-oiurtlnics oho would appear at
her window, nhd they engage lu social con
voio by me.ni of Mirhnis sign and slg
niiK Yet they still Deemed cry far from
eaili other. ' Besides, they were In con
stant fenr of being peon.
Ono day, whllo Amos was walking along
tho street rcllectlng iijion hi melancholy
situation, his attention wasattrueted by n
crowd who wcro closely pressing upon n
seedy looking Individual who was engaged
In selling a new and wonderful Invention,
which ho called a "lover' telegraph."
Near at hafid stood a couple of mon,
about til) feet apart, with a lung string In
l stuto of tension between them, to each
end of which was attached a tin cylinder
about Hi Iticbos In diameter, with a pleco
of bladder skin tightly drawn nnd f aBtoncd
nvor ouo end, tho other end bolng open,
tho end of tho string being' made fast by
menus of a knot and thy string- bolng
drawn through a small holo or puncture
lu tho center of thn bladder skin, tho use
of tho contrlvutico being to cnablo persons
to couvcrso in low whispers whllo stand
ing nt n conaldcrablo distance from etch
other, tho open end of tho cylinder liclng
held to tho car of. ono party while thcntlier
party whispered ill thoopon end of tho oth
er cylinder tho words bo wished to say, tho
sound being distinctly transmitted along
"Aliio saw at a glanco that) tho Inven
tion was a practical ono. Ho bought ouo
at once .and went homeward.
Upon tho following evening, when Ml
uorva appeared at tho window, bo exhibited
tho Invention to her nnd explained Its use
by moans of various signs and signal. It
was soon In nctlvo operation, and both
pronounced It u most wonderful succesu.
Night after night wa the experiment
resumed; tho old story of tholr lovo was
told over aud over again, aud thoy con
gratulated themselves mon having out
witted tho orucl parent who had sought to
divide tholr hearts forever. t
But Mluerva linda mischievous brother,
who was not at all friendly to Amos. Ono
evening bo discovered then means of se
cret communication, and ho determined to
bring their Intercourse through that mc
dlum to n.closo.
Accordingly ono night when, unknown
to Amos, Allnorva was absent from homo,
her brother substituted himself at her
window. It was too dark for Amos, to
recognize him; ho had not tho remotest
thought but that It was Minerva. After
sovcral Ineffectual efforts ho succeeded In
tossing ono end of tho telegraph lu at
hor window. Tho cylinder was solzed
with avidity, nnd tho following conversa
tion was carried on:
"Do you still lovo mo as truly as overt"
"Yes, of course I shall lovo you al
ways." "How hard it Is for us to bo so cruelly
separated! Oh, that I could look Into your
eyes and eco my imago rollocted therof"
To bis glad surprise, tho volco replied:
"I will meet you in ton minute in tho
alloy by tho bam. Father is away. No
body would suspect our meeting thoro."
"A strango placo," muttered Amos to
himself. "But perhaps sho is right. No
ono would think of looking for us there.
Oh, If I was only rich, wn would fly from
this spot foroverl Hut, no; it I impossi
ble, Wluit a tcrrlblo thing it i to bo
poor I "
Ho put on bis hat nnd leaving the liouso
walked around tho block In order to avoid
suspicion. Then ho entered the mysteri
ous alley nnd groped his way silently along
until ho camo to tho placo appointed for
Suddenly Ids feet became entangled lu n
cord that somebody laid strotched across
his way, and bo fell to tho ground. Thon,
from above, tho door of Muddlctun's barn
was thrown opc.ii and u tub of cold water
was dashed upon him. A ho scrambled
to his feet a bucketful of nshes descended
upon his bead, followid by loud shouts of
dcrlslvo laughter, aud, choking with dust,
rage and mortification, ho hurried from the
placo as fast us his fcoc could carry him
without waiting for any explanation.
Ho changed Ills hoarding placo on the
following morning. Hn has not yet learn
rd tho manner In which ho wnn deceived.
Ho yet liclloos Minerva falso to him, and
thoy now meet no more, whllo tho brother
thinks that hu will hardly bo able to keep
tho secret to himself much longer. Now
Krocger PinnoB, sweotest in tone,
Jns.AV. Borgstrom, boIo ngont, cush
or installments. "Wnrorooms nt
G. West's, Mnsonio Templo. Of
fico at Thrum's Book Store. Tun
ing nnd repairing. Efflf Tele
Our customers toll us thnt
our novelties nro tho bust that
linvo over been Bold in Hono
lulu. As ft rulo kitchen novel
ties nnd labor saving tools don't
nniount to much, ours do.
Tho quick. cut mincing knifo
is ouo thnt cuts around tho
corners; being made half round,
it is the best for chopping in a
bowl. Fifteen cents is the price.
Every housekeeper knows
that small bits of soap ac
cumulate in tho kitchen until
thoy are thrown away. The
kitchen soap shaker, mado of
wire, enables you to economize
in respect to soap.
Half the fun of camping is
in being able to Hip a flap jack
in the "nn, but half the hunters
and half tho cooks dont savey
how. We have a cuke turner
that does Hipping automatical
ly. It costs 15 cents for a dol
lar's worth of satisfaction. 'It's
mndo on tho no-wear-out prin
ciple. Tho Premier egg cup is a
novelty thut should be. in use
in every home. It saves scor
ching the fingers in opening
the egg, it saves disappoint
ment in tho way of matured
eggs being sent to tho table,
for by its use tho ago of the
egg is ascertained before it
leaves the kitchen; it guaran
tees satisfaction in every way.
We've more novelties than
we can write about in ono ad.
Sink brooms at 15 cents is ono
of them and World's Fair tooth
picks another. All good for
the house. For staples wo
Handsome candelabra lamps
in brass. Royal banquet lamps,
wrought iron 6G.10 each.
Crystal font street lamps. Brass
railroad lamps excellent for
steamer pursers. Wire epergnes
for tho tablo. All cheap.
Von Holt Block.
If we mado a
of every now arrival
of neckwear every day
would bo "special"
Lots of you como
ovory day. It's
our pleasure to
havo you boo a
now scarf every
time you come.
That's doing tho
tie business right.
This week's offering
9 Hotel Street : : WaYCrlGy BlOCfc
For Sale !
8 1 null Iionabu Cocoamitsweady
for transplanting. Apply to
W. 13. HOWELL.
The partnership heretofore existing
between Ah Ytu ami Lu Hong under
the firm name of "Ohu Yin Kee" Is
hereby dissolved, Lu Hong having
bought the interest of Ah Yin: the
business referred to Is the Bailor's
Home Restaurant. 635 St
Hawaiian Quintette Club.
Will provide First-class Mnsio for Ile
ceptions, I'icUcs, Luans, Grand Halls, etc,
eto. All orders given prompt attcutiou.
g&T Leave orders with "Ka UaloOiwi"
W. W. Dimoud. or to Ualn D. Willokal,
111 ltichurds street. 515-lu
Vnlitnblo Business Properly on
Nuuanu streot, bringing a good
Several Lots near Punchbowl
aud at Makiki, tho Choicest Eoai
denco Property in tho city. A
porfoct view from Diamond Hond
to Ewa, Honolulu and Htubor.
Four Houses and Lots on Punch
bowl stroot, only Svo minutes
walk from tho Post Oflico.
We also have Comfortable
Houses for sale on etisy torms si
tuated on tho following streets;
Lunnli lo, Kinau, Kuktii, Has
singer, Borotnnin, Young, Vic
toria, Green, Thurston 'Avouue,
Pnnahou, Liliha and Nuuanu.
Building Lots in all parts of tho
city on the instalment plan.
Sovoral well established Lodg
CoiToo Lands on Hawaii aud a
Pineapple llanoh with limo'and
other fruit trees near Honolulu.
210 King Street and 207 Mer
Savings : Bank
Notice is hereby given to Depo
sitors in the Savings Department
of Glaus Spreckols & Co.'s Bank,
that on and after April 1, 1897,
all interest on their deposits will
Savings Depositors may with
draw their accounts without giv
ing provious notice, or they may
lcavo same in our Bank on call.
CLAUS SritECKELS & Co.
Honolulu, Fob. 17, 1807.
H. HACKFELD & CO.
GENERAL COMMISSION AGENTS.
Cor. Fort and Queen Streets, Honolulu.
M. PHILLIPS & CO.,
Wholesale Importers and Jobbers of
European and American Dry Goods
Fort and Quoen Streets.
Sole Agents for
V EXTRA. FAMILY .
rT HMf BQCESS
1 San Francisco Oflico, 3
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Importers and Dealers in
Sfee and Iron Ranges,
121 & 123 King Htreet.
CAN'T BE BEAT.!
My $10.00 Bath Tubs, lined with twsl
quality, No. 10 zlne, 6 in. Piie, Ohain and
1'liiK, with wood rim all complete. OthiS
dealers aro dumfounded, aud resort to jl
manner o! Tricks and Excuses. '
Be not deceived, those Bath Tubs hai
been sold for $14 until I reduced the prlcei
I am prepared to do all work in my line
and guaranteo satisfaction! Estimates itfr
If you want a Rood Job cheap for Cailh,
ring up Telephone 844, and I am ycAtl
JAB. NOTT Jn, .
Tinsmith & Flumbej
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