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EVENING BULLETIN, MARCH 1, 1897.
Our Xjaro-e .Assortment of
fjfliiji - PIPES - fr
Just Received Direct from the London Factory.
HOLLISTER & CO.,
Tobaccos and Smokers' Articles.
Corner Fort and Merchant Streets.
Trusting that yfou may bo in
terested in cycling, wo take tho
liberty of stating to you a few
facts about our wheels:
We need not trouble you with
needless description of the World
Famed "11AMBLER" Bicycle,
which by its easy running, ap
pearance, strength and lasting
qualities has won for the makors
a uame world renowned.
Tho "RAMBLERS" aio equi
ped with tho great G.&J. Detach
able Tire, whieh since its intro
duction to Honolulu haB proved,
by tho numbers in use, the most
successful and necessary adjust
ment to a bicycle.
Wo take great pleasure in re
comendinp to our frionds tho
"RAMBLER" and trust that in
furnishing one to any person they
will novor have occasion to regret.
Our terms aro such that a bicy
cle is no longer a luxury but a
necessity in actual saving of time
and monoy. We would ask you
to but call and get our figures.
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As is customary neariug tho
closo of each year, tho makors iu
order to got ready for tho ousuing
year, oifer tho present 1896
wheels at reduced prices. Wo are
now prepared to give our cus
tomers tho benefit of these reduc
tions as long as our stock holds
out. For thoso wishing an up to
date wheel of the highest grade,
one which wo can guarantee to
" tho fullest extent, 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, bo changes immaterial to
the improvement of tho wheel iu
Kindly give this some thought
or call your frionds'attention to it
r E.O. Hall & Son
. EC. Or. BIART,
101 Fort Street.
s JeWclep aqd Vatclmaep.
9 Having bought nut the eutlre
stock of J. E. Gnnies I urn prepared
to furnish First class Jowelry at rea
Watchmaking and Repairs a Specialty.
Ih?-Native Work of nil kinds.
. A. V. GEAR.
No. 210 King St.
Three B' Jk
. , . , For Everybody.
The only complete lino of
MUIC GOODS !
In the I-!auIs. A few of
our specialties ....
Kingsbury Pianos !
The perfection of art in
Piano making. ....
CHICAGO COTTAGE ORGANS, Un
equaled iu tone, beauty and con.
REGINA MUSIC BOXES, tho Klna
of all, plays over one thousand
AUTOHARP3, everybody's lustra-
meut, a child can play It.
GUITARS, we carry the celebrated
Henry F. Mascn, Harwood and
other makes, from $4 up.
BANJOS, Stewart, Fairbanks &.
Cole and other wellknovwi
ACCORDEON8, the celebrated "lm
perlal" and other good lines.
MfiP And a thousand and one other
Hinuller Instruments too numerous to
Our celebrated Wall, Nichols Co.
"Stak" Ilrnnd of
GUITAR, VIOLIN ana
Are the best made. Uso no other.
For all instruments.
Our stock Is the most varied to be
found this side of 'Frisco, and the
prices the same as you pay in the
All Instruments sold on easy month,
WALL, NICHOLS CO.,
The money savers for you.
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SKETCHES BY 31. QUAD
XVliy n U'nman ?tlwcd tlio Clrciit.
Wliilo I was stopping for a few days
with tlio old mini Itobinaou on the
Cumborlnml uiouiitnlus n circus put in
an nppenrancont Ridgowood. Robinxou
"reckoned" ho'd jioll n coousbin nnd
go to tho show, but his wife seemed to
bo left oat. As she was a kind hoartcd
hostess, I plannod to tako her with us
nndpnyforhcrtlckot; but, knowing the
ppoullarltioa of tho people, I thought
best to broach tho matter to tho bus
bund. I thoroforo asked if ha would
tako it amiss if I bought an extra ticket
for his wife.
"Stranger," ho replied after a mo
mout'a thought, "that's powerful do
cent of yo' powerful decent but I
kinder reckon yo' hadn't hotter do it.
Tho olo woman is a lectio bit queer, y6'
"But I thought sho'd liko to go."
"Sartin sho would, but yo' Fee, she's
purty Iicftyon rellgi'n, nudreligi'n and
circuses dou't mix. Shed hev to sort
of shako oil some of her rcligi'n if sho
"Then sho never seeu olephtutti nnd
oamola and hyenas nud the ULci of
thctn. Sho might tako n lllcin to 'em,
aud sho might git mad. If shu got mad,
sho'd go iu to whoop tho biggest dura
cd mil mul iu tho drove, and it might
cost mo my farm to pay damages."
"Then nnin," h rontinucd M he
pulled I'll ear, "ho thinks herself
purty smurt. Sho tuinks sho kin do
anything auybody olso kin, nud if sho
saw one of them circus fellers turuin a
filpflop nud griunin ovor it sho'd want
to git right Jovn and boat tho trick,
nud both of us togethor couldu't hold
her. Dou't yo' soe?"
"And lastly sho might cit to thiukln
ovor thiiiKH artur sho got home, nud if
sho got tho idea that gwiuo to that cir
cus was gwiuu to keep her out of heaven
when sho died she'd git up and riz sucl
a row nromid yero that y' wouldu'V
liov auy iiu'r left nnd I'd want n doctor
fur six mouths. As I said, it's powerful
decent of yo' powerful decent but
tnkin tho matter up hill nnd down and
all urouud, I reckon wo'd hotter leave
tho ole woman home, and wo'll go
down togothor aud sco tho show and git
drunk nud cloan out tho crowd."
Time Wm No OIJM-t.
I stopped nt tho crossroad store about
0 o'clock in tho morning to inquiro my
way, and iu frout of tho storo sut.tuo
men, who weio busy talking. Ouo of
them had nn old silver watch, mid thu
other owned tho poor old mule hitched
to,a post. They had come together to
inako a trado and had been talking for
au hour, aud as I rode off oue of them
"I'll trado yo evou up, Jim, and if
that don't hit yo' it's no use rotulk fur
der." "I can't do it, Tom," replied the
other. "That yero mewl it wuth two
It was dark when I returned, and
thero sat tho same two men, aud there
stood tho snmo old mule. They were
talking trado as vigorously as over, and
ns I rode uway tlio man w Itli the watch
"It's evou up or iiothiu, Jim, jlst a
"Tom, I can't do it can't possibly
doit," leplicd tho other.
Along toward nighrN next day I rode
ovor to tho same storf on an errand for
Mrs. WiUinms, and thero sat thu rery
sauio two men. I couldn't nee that they
hnd moved by nu inch. They, ; weren't
saying u word, how ever. ,On 'tho con
trary, botli had their legs swinging
over tho edgo of tho platform, their
chins iu their hands, nnd wero looking
dow n ou tho ground. I saw tho old uiulo
lying dead on the grouud, and between
tbo two men lay tho watch. It had
stopped dead still, aud both hands were
off tho face.
"Do you know that your mule is
dead?" I asked of thu owner of the uui
mal. "Of co'so," ho replied.
"And your old, watch has gone to
wreok?" I said to thu othor.
"Did you sit heru ull night?"
"Wo did.'i they answered in chorus.
"Aud if thu inulu is dead and the
watch busted you can't trado?"
"Oh, that trado win off ut midnight
last night," said the owner ot the
watch, "nnd what wo are rtlfCeun
about now is that yero haddlo again my
dnwg. Is it even up,. Jim?"
"CHn't see it, Tom. That yeru Middle
is wuth two dawgs liko yo'is. "
"Shooh I'll bot yero thrto days and
"HuhLI'm gocirt fur n week."
Four days later I mot tho man with
th watch and nBkcd him how tho ntluir
"Oh, I got thu saddle fur the dawg,"
ho ohcerfully replii d.
"Tlitu lie gavo in?"
" Wnul, ha didn't 'znctly give iu, but
ou tho third night ho fell nsleep, and
1 took tho saddle and luft tho dawg tied
to the post and made tracks fur hum."
IX TUB HANDS OF- ItBtJULAllS.
NBUTOIiT, Idaho.- A hand of
masked rogulais went to tho house of
0. W. Iteddlck, htled nnd d(nggd Wm
outside, whore thej gao- him n ter
llhle livatlug with liurfcuwhlps. Tlio
alleged offense on the pait of Iteddlck
was that ho nlisolutely lefused to
drink any but Bnlnler Beer, nnd gave
ns ii reason that tho others were in
ferior. On top or In bottles nt the
Bargains in crockery come,
not from ovor-buying, through
breaking sots for customers.
Odd pieces have less commer
cial value, to us, than full sets,
but to tho purchasor thero is
We have a vast number of
broken tea sets, odd cups and
saucers, breakfast, dinner and
tea plates and glassware. These
have been massed together to
form tho foundation for a bar
gain week. Tho prices arc a
third off cost and for cash there
will be discount; that means
that the goods will go to ev
eryone for tho same average
rice, for the reason that with
tho reduction and discount,
the prices will bo too low to
admit of loss of interest accu
mulating on time accounts.
This sale will last ono week
beginning Monday, February
22. The opportunity to secure
this class of goods at such low
prices will 'not occur again in a
twelve month, atfd ladies who
wish to fill " up the vacant
sapces in their pantries should
avail themselves of it.
Von Holt Block.
Savings : Bank
Notico is horoby given to Depo
sitors in tbo Savings Department
of Clnus Spreckels & Co.'s Bank,
that on and after April 1, 1897,
nil iutorest on their doposits will
Savings Depositors may with
draw thoir accounts without giv
ing previous notice, or thoy may
leave saino iu our Bank on call.
CLAU8 Sl'ltECKELB & Co.
Honolulu, Feb. 17,1897.
Real Estate Broker.
209 Merchant Street.
Lot on Wilder avenue 100x300 ft., fenced.
Lot ou Kinau street.
House ou Young street; parlor, 2 bed
rooms, cook house and patent W. O.
Furnished ltooms within five minutes'
walk from the Fost Office. Also other
House on Boretnnia street, near l'likoi
street; 4 rooms, diniuK-room,kltoheu, bath
ro6in nud an empty lot to keep' a horse.
House on School streot; parlor, several
bedrooms, kitchen, pantry, outhouses and
stablo formerly occupied by Hon, W. H.
CHAS. HUSTACE, Jit.,
Real Estate and Commission Agent.
Stonk Broker. Tiro aud Life In
surance. Campbell Block, 200 Merchant Street.
210 King street.
Difficult Collections a Specialty
FOE SALE !
Vuhtablo Business Proporty on
Nuuanu street,-bringing a good
Several Lots near Punchbowl
and at Mukiki, tho Choicest Resi
dence Proporty in tho city. A
poifect view from Diamond Head
to Era, Honolulu aud Harbor.
Pour Houses and Lots ou Punch
bowl streot, only fivo minutes
walk from tho Post Office
We also have Cotnfortublo
Housoa for sale on easy tortus si
tunted on tho following streets;
Lunalilo, Kinau, Kuktii, Has
singer, Berotania, Young, Vic
toria, Cjreen, Thurston Avonue,
Punahou, Liliha and Nuuanu.
Building Lnts in all pnitsof tho
oity ou the instalment plun.
Several well established Lodg
Cofl'oo Lands on Hawaii and a
Pineapple Ranch with lime and
other fruit trees near Honolulu.
210 King Streot and 207 Mer
L C. Aules & Co. A.Y. Gear&Co.
Office 207 Merchant 8 1. .Office U10 King St.
general Business Agents
Loans Negotiated nnd Collections
Stacks Bought and Sold.
Dookd Audited nmMccounts Adjusted.
Bills Bought and NntBS
Discounted, ' ,
Fire and Life Insurance Jlgeqltf
iFor Sale !
Small Bonabe Cocoanuts ready
for transplanting. Apply to
5'J2-lra AV. E. ROWELL.
Castle & Cooke
Sole" Agents for
" NEW PROCESS. o:
San Franclsoo Office, ii
; "a CaUfornla Street.
Importers and Dealers in
ft. Wr 1l
Steel and Iron Ranges,
121 & 123 KinB Street.
CAN'T BE BEAT!
My $10.00 Hath Tubs, liijed with best
quality, No. 10 line, 0 in. Pipe, Ulialn and
1'Iufr, with wood rim all complete. Other
dealers aro dumfounded, and resort to oil
manner ot Tricks and Excuses.
Do not deceived, these Itath Tubs hots
beeueoldfor $14 until I reduced the prioei
I am prepared to do all work in my lino'
and guarantee satisfaction: Estimates far.
If you want a good Job cheap for Cash,
ring up Telephone 814, oud I am your
v JAB. NOTT Jn,
Tiusmith & Flumber
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