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EVENING BULLETIN, FEBRUARY 22, 1897.
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Best. Rest. Test.
There are two kinds of sarsaparllla : Ttie best and tho
rest. Tho trouble Is thoy look aliko. Ami when tho rest
dross llko tho best who' to tell them apart ? Well, " tho troo
Is known by Its fruit." That's on old test and a safe one.
And tho taller tho treo tho decpor tho root. That's another
test, What's tho root, tho record of theso rarsaparlllas f Tho
ono with tho deepest root Is Ayer's. Tho ono with tho richest
fruit ; that, too, Is Ayer's. Ayer's Sarsaparllla has a record of
half a century of cures; a record of many medals and awards
culminating In tho medal of tho Chicago World's Fair, which,
admitting Ayer's Sarsaparllla as tho best shut Its doors against
tho rest. That was groatcr honor than tho medal, to bo tho only
Sarsaparllla admitted as an exhibit at tho World's Fair. If you
want to got tho host sarsapaillla of your druggist,, hero's an
Infalllblo rulo : Ask for tho best and you'll got Ayor's. Ask
for Ayer's and you '11 get the best.
Trusting that you may be in
terested in cycling, we take tho
liberty of stutiuR to you a few
f nets about our wheels:
We need not trouble you with
needloss description of the "World
Famed "UAMliLER" Bicycle,
which by its easy running, ap
pearance, strength and lasting
qualities has won for the makers
a name worlll renowned.
Tho "BAMBLEltS" are equi
ped with tho gnat G.&J. Detach
able Tire, which sinco its intro
duction to Honolulu has proved,
by tho numbers in use, the most
successful aud necessary adjust
ment to a bicyclo.
Wo take' great ploabiuo in re
comending to our friends the
"RAMBLER" and trust that iu
furnishing one to nny person they
will never have occasion to regret.
Our terms nro such thnt a bicy
cle is no longer n luxury but a
necessity iu actual saving of time
and money. We would nsk you
to but call nnd got our figures.
As is customary uearing thf
closo of each year, tho makers iu
-order to got ready for tho ensuing
year, offer tho present 180(5
wheels nt reduced prices. Wo are
now prepared to givft our cus
tomers tho benefit of theso reduc
tions as long nH our stock holds
out. for tlioso wishing an up to
dnto wheel of the highest grade,
ono which wo can gunrnnteo to
the fullest extent, wo would offer
tho "lUMBLEUt" As to im
Xirovomqnts for the corning scasou
wo jvoulcl say wo anticipnto uono.
Such changes which may bo mado
will, as has boon tho past two
years, bo changes immaterial to
tho improvement of tho wheel in
Kindly givo this some thought
or call your friouds'nttention to it
E. O.Hall & Son
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The only complete line of
MUSIC GOODS !
In the T-lnmK A few of
our (-pei'litlilus ....
Kingsbury Pianos I
TfiH perfection of urt In
CHICAGO CO n'AQE ORGANS, Un
equaled lii tone! beauty and con
KEGIXA MUSIC BOXES, the King
of all, plays over one thou&uuil
AUTOKARPrf, everybody's Instru
ment, a child cau play It.
GUITARS, we carry tlio celebrated
Henry F, Muson, Harwood and
other make, from $1 up.
BANJOS, Stewart, FulrliHiiks &
Cole and other wellkuown
ACCORDEON8. the celebrated "lin
perlul" ami other good lines.
IfiT And a thousand and one other
smaller lnstrumeuts too numerous to
Our celoliratpil Wall, Nichols Co.
"Stah" Brand of
GUITAR, VIOLIN ana
Are the best made. Use no other.
For all lustruuiente.
Our stock Ir the most varied to be
found thlH side of 'Frisco, and the
prices tho same as you pay in the
All Instruments sold on easy month
WALL, NICHOLS CO.,
The money savers for you,
Tho fashionable hatters
Imagine thut the
lul) In the crown
does the tullcing.
Our experience proves
that it talks Two Dollars.
If you are buylug hats
and not lttlmln, wh have
all the swell forma from
Two Dollars and upwards
9 Hotel Street : : WaYerlCy BlOCk
Real Estate and Commission Agent.
Stock Uroktr, Vire and Life Iu
Cauipboll Block, 200 Mcrcbaut Street.
Tim Hear (lot WhIIhmI,
Tin1 station aacnt nt Hilltop station
hnd a full grown black bear which had
been presented to hint by a hunter, and
(ho animal was chained to a polo a few
yardi from (ho building. Thero was an
Iron ringnt tho end of tho chain which
lid up and down tho pole, aud some
times bruin was on tho platform at tho
(op and sometimes down on tho ground.
The day that onr train switched iu at
Hilltop to wait for tho east bound ex
press ho was wulkliiR around (ho polo,
nnd, as a scoro of us surrounded hint,
lie. acted as if ho wanted to get hold of
By and by tho station agent carao out
tnd warned us to keep clear, but as ho
did so a tough looking luan, about 40
years old, begun to remove his coat and
"Mister, is your b'ar a fighter?"
"He's very savago," was tho reply.
"So am I, mid I'll bst you $10 I kin
lick your b'ar In flvo m hilts."
" You keep away from him or he'll
mako strings of you. Seo how badly ho
wants to get at you. "
"Yes, an I wauter git at him jist as
bad. Wauter bot with mo?"
"No, sir. Here what aro' you going
"Goin to lick that b'ar outer his butcs
in a fa'r bout. Everybody stand back
and hero goes! Whoop! Whoopeo!"
Thu agent grabbed for him, but ho
was too lata Thu bear seemed to bo
awaro of tho man's intention and was
on his hind feet to receive him, but
there was a surpriso party in store for
that animal. Tho man ran iu on him
and gavo him a blow which lolled him
over, and ho got up to bo kicked mid
banged nbout until his rourago suddenly
ovaporated and ho started up the polo.
Ho received two or threo goal ones as
ho went, aud thu man would havo
climbed after him hud he not been seized
and hold. Ho had licked that bear in
just four minutes, and that without re
ceiving a scratch, aud as ho put on his
coat ho looked around and said:
"I told you 1 could do it, an I hev.
I'vo fit all sorts of b'uis from a black
cub to a full grown gri..ly, mi I know
my gait. Say, if thero aro any other
b'ars along this railroad hankcrin to
chaw soino human critter up jist let ino
know au I'll servo 'em outl Hump!
Why, I orter hev put on my overcoat an
mittens to tacklo that varmint up thero I
Ho wouldn't light u bunch of shingles
iu u dark night!"
A Collertur Now.
"Keep still," commanded tho tall
burglar, pointing Ills revolver at tho
householder, who had jnst waked up.
"Wo don't want your money. We've
got ull tho money wo want. All wo'ro
after now is your monogram handker
chiefs. Wo'ro making a collection. "
And whilo ho thus discoursed with
(ho owner of tho premises tho short,
pimply faced burglar went through tho
bureau drawers. Chicago Tribune.
Prisoner (in Now Jersey) I'nv nq
burglar, your honor. I had no burglar's
Justice But you wcro found after
night with a mask on.
Prisoner Mosquitoes, your honor.
I'm a stranger here, uud I hud to do
something. Now York Sunday World.
Short on Sueur.
"I understand," said tho missionary,
"that when my prodecessor passed away
it was in bitterness of spirit."
A sudden spasm shook tho features of
tho cannibal chief. "Yes," ho sighed,
"would that ho had been preserved!"
Now York Press.
How film Milinrl Him.
Harry Say, old boy, how do you
keep so clean shaven?
Dick I don't know, but I have to. If
I don't, my wife uses my chin to scratch
matches 6a. New York Herald.
Olio AilTautace INihuriueil.
Mildred Thoso Philadelphia men aro
too slow about kissing a gill.
Myrtlo Yes, I know. But they nro
uUo slow ubout quitting nftor they havo
The Cyclnr'n Facn,
I'vo heard unci read of tho cycler's fuco
That In now iiultu known to fainw.
I huvn hocu and noted tho nnxlou truce
On tho features of tho uine. J
I Imvo murreled much nt thu tukH they toll
Of euch Uneameiital cuso
Of thu bet, flxcil, hardunud linen that well
Determine thu cycler'd facv.
But my grcatebt oxuinpla of tho like
In thut of the oyclingrhurl
Who hud the fuco to borrow my bike
To olouo with luy bent Ctrl,
T'ortrnits oulorgnd from Btnnll
pliotoH nnd Imndfloinoly fnimcd
ior $10 at King Hi-or.
Nicely furnished rooms at tho
Popninr House, 154 Fort street,
i from $1.00 per week up.
Our customers toll us that
our uovultics nro the best that
huvo ever been sold in Hono
lulu. As a rulo kitchen novel
tics and lnbor saving tools don't
amount to much, ours do.
The quick-cut mincing knife
is ono that cuts around the
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 iu tho kitchen until
they are thrown away. The
kitchen soup shaker, made of
wire, enables you to economize
in respect to soap.
Half the fun of camping is
in being able to Hip a. ilap jack
in tho pan, but half the hunters
and half the cooka dont savoy
how. Wo havo a cake turner
that does Hipping automatical
ly. It costs 15 cents for a dol
lar's worth of satisfaction. It's
mado on the no-wear-out prin
ciple. Tho Premier egg cup is' a
novelty that should bo in use
in every home. It saves scor
ching tho fingers in opening
the egg, it saves disappoint
ment in the way of matured
cti'is being sent to tho table,
for by its use the ago of tho
egg is ascertained before it
leaves the kitchen; it guaran
tees satisfaction in every way.
We've more novelties than
wc can write about in one ad.
Sink brooms at 15 cents is one
of them and World's Fair tooth
picks another. All good for
the house. For staples we
Handsome candelabra lamps
in brass. Eoyal banquet lamps,
wrought iron G.10 each.
Crystal font street lamps. Brass
railroad lamps excellent for
steamer pursers. Wire epergnes
for tho table. Allcheup.
Von Holt Block.
E. W, JORDAN'S
No. 10 Store
A Now Assortment of
Large Assortment of
Spring Dress Goods,
Comprising in Part:
Broilerlo do I'arls,
Grenadine do SwUs,
Lappett Kautatsse, i
NO 10 FORT STREET.
Hawaiian Quintette Club.
Will provido First-olriss SIuslo for Kc
ooptioiirt, Plci.ici, LiiiuiH, Grntul Halls, etc,
etc. All orders given prompt attention,
MT Leave orders with "Kn UnloOlwi"
W. W. Diuioml, or to Cain D. Willoltnl.
Ill Ulckardd street. C'15-lm
Valuable. Busiuess Properly oil
Nuuanvt street, bringing a good
Scvoral Lots near Punchbowl
and nt Makiki, tlio Choicest llosi
denco l'roporty in tho city. A
porfoct view from Diamond Head
to Ewa, Honolulu and Harbor.
Four Houses and Lots on Punch
bowl strcot, only iivo minutes
walk from tho Post Office
We also have Comfortublo
Houses for sale on easy torms si
tuated jon tho following streots;
Lunalilo, Kinaii, liukui, Has
singer, Bcrotania, Young, Vic
toria, Gruen, Thurston Avenue,
Punahou, Liliha and Nuuanu.
Building Lots in all parts of tho
oity on the instalment plan.
Sevoral well established Lodg
Coflfoo Lands on Hawaii nnd a
Pineapple Ranch with limo and
other fruit trees near Honolulu.
210 King Street and 207 Mer
L. C. Abies & o.
A.V. Gear& Co.
Qeneral Business Agents
LoauiVcgotiatecl and Collections
Stooks Bojught and Sold.
Books Audited and Accounts Adjusted,
HillB Bought and NotBS
IllBcauntBa, ' . ,
Fife and Life Insurance Ageqtg
For $3ale !
Small lionnbo Cocoanute ready
for transplanting. Apply to
W. E. HOWELL.
Sole Agents, for
the -Hawaiian '
San Francisco Ofllco.
t'lllQ Cattfornia Street, m
I. II .1 II !! 1 It I
Importera and Dealers in
Steel and Iron Ranges,
121 & 123 King Street.
My $10.00 HutU Tubs, lined with best
quality, No. 10 zinc, 6 in. 1'ipo, Ulialn'and.
riUK,with wood riia all complete. Other
dealers are iluuifounded, and resort to all
manner of Tricks nnd Excuses.
lie not deceived, tluso BatU Tubs haT
been sold for $14 until I reduced the pricoi
I am prepared to do ull work in my Una
and guarantee satisfaction: Estimates fur
If you want a good Job cheap for Cash,
ring up Telephone 844, and I am youi
JAS. NOTT Jb,
Tinsmith & Flambet
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