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EVENING BULLETIN, MARCH 9, 1897.
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Just Received Direct from the London Factory
HOLLISTEB, & CO.,
Tobr.iocoss ii.inl Smokors' A.rticlo.
Corner Fori and Merchant Streots.
. , . , For Everybody:
TIil' ouly complete lino of
MUSIC C-OOBS !
In the Inland",
A few of
of art pi
CHICAGO COTTAR K Olin KNS, Un
ttplllleil III IOUU, llLUMly allllCOU
MlMIOlloil'. RKGINA MUriin BOXES, Uih King
of nil, plays over one thousand
AUTOHARIVS, everybody' mstru-
ment, u child can piny I'.
GUITARS, we carry the celebrnti-d
Henry F. Mason, Hum noil anil
other make, Iroin SI up.
BANJOS, S'ewnrt, Falibinki &
Cole und oilier wellkuumi
ACCORDEON3. tho eelehnted "lm
periul" aud other good lines.
Xtr" Ainl u thousand and one otlioi
stuuller Instruments too numerous to
Our uelu'imtfl Wall, Nichols Co.
"riTAIt" lliumJ of
GUITAR, VIOLIN ana
Are the l.tst niuile. Uso no other.
Fur nil Instrunieiils.
s'nek is the moHt varied to lie
nils shin of 'Krl-i-n, nut the
Hie imu uh ymi pity In the
lit MiMoti easy inontli-
WALL, NICHOLS CO.,
Tho money t-uvers for you.
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5 c 5
w -a J
If a uinti's dinner is right, j
and ho rises from tho tublo
conscious tlwt his wife has
used tho samu judgment ns to
prico thai she riid in the selec
tion of the articles disposed of
there can be no indigestion to
follow. Our goods arc of the
kind which bring health,
happiness and a fat purse.
Table delicacies are a fad
with us they are bought be
cause wo known tho average
Honoluluito is fond of good
things for the stomach. Our
prices are below the average
and special inducements are
offered to cash purchasers. Our
latest importations include tlio
best goods obtainable in the
Copolnnd's English Peas;
Cod's Hoc, Mackerel in Mus
tard Sauce and Cambridge
Sausages in tins arc so well
put up that it would be dilli
cult to detect tho difference
between them and the same
articles direct from tho market.
"Toysfionneau" is a long
name to put before Pate but
the combination makes the best
tid bit ever placed before a
gourmet. These are goods
thut anyone may eat without
fear of indigestion following.
They aro put up in the best
factories in Europo and como
to us in elegant condition.
Lewis & Co.,
H. Gr. JBIAJRT,
401J Fort Sheet.
Jeweler and Watchmaker.
rjT Having bought out the entire,
utock or J K. Gnmen I am prtpired
to furiiMi Flrsi clnsj Jewelry at rea
Watctaakins; and Repairing
8 Native Work ofll kinds
The Regular Annual Meeting of tho
Stockholders of the I titer- Island Steam
Navigation Co , L'd, will bo held at
the Otllce of the Company, on Tues
day, March 0, at 10 o'clock a. m.
N. E. GEDGE,
Houolulu, H. I , Feb. 23, 1897.
A. V. G-EAR.
Telephone 25f), t t
SubRoribe for the Evenino BdIi
lbtih 15 oonta per month,
DOZENS DAILY STKE THEIH
TUNES IN WALL STHEET.
Once In Tbrjr N...r Almiitltin the flume
Story of n Young HolrrM Wlio Wa lie-
dnreil to Ilerrnrr-Hrrnct In the unice
P.t Apart i.r Women. 1" the Register Otllce, Onhu, In Liber
117, pages 403 and 464, the said John
"Do women speculate!1" Is n question Maroon, mortgagee, intends to foro
nukiil only liy tlioo who know very little oloe wild mortgage for a breach of
about ixt'uliitloii or women cither. 'When , the coiiditlnns hi nald mortgage con
fn minll n ciipltjil nS10, Foinctlnirn even , Inliied, to wit: tho lion-payment of
U , Itiill ihat In nercary In (tiibllsh tlio ' the irl n.-t i.al mul Interest When due.
IHwsllillitj- t ninkliigrt fortune, It ooulil
not ho expected that women would long
Keep out ol the game. And tliey hnvo not. ,
Sinielliiiei tliey jMitronlro tlio same bro-I
kermluit men iln and outstrip their com- '
liotltor' on their own ground. More often,
indeed IneriMslntly often, thev iwek ofllcv
ct.ilillhcd extilwsly for them nnd devote
t!ieiii-li"i tn f i i.t-ick tleki r in iiliroliile
mvln-lon from t lie eurloliA eyi-M of nuiwtt- '
line frlendn, fMH'ie ar' yjuug women, idiy ,
and nvklrpt In Mpi.iiulerng whatever1
m.!ie-tliry ln.e, otln m nru gray halnil
ni.itrns ef Mi or "(, v l- watch the Hue-'
tiinttin of RtoeUsli!i the ki-ene.ud siga-
elty Uirn of loi.jr .v.n'Hof experlenoe. !-ome
are wudtl.v iitl )H"..)htimi4 and Miow ltj ;
"tin r me elinh'ij , luutgnnl and lmpeles i
liiek ! not ttii'iiul ilulr way. I
"Vi like to i Hie dim ii lure," raid '
!'.'.'' .'.'.,",7,mmVv,,.'., l!",c!"i,ri-ro.,1,0
lli'ltll It tlllll 111 Will' llliU VI llHinli.i
"Utiuixo it is nearer the market, and they
appiveiato the adinnnigos of getting tlio
news nt the Homv.t pocslblo moment.
Tin n all the trniiRiiulens here nre perfect
ly n-lia' le. It Is very dtlTerent from a
hueUet flioi and on a higher plane. I'roh
nhlv a still stronger reason why they like
to have olilces of their own is lraiuso It N
secret. Most of the women who come here
would feel highly limilliil if any onostig
gOt(dtluit tiny were gambling, jet they
would not have their friend know what
they do for anything in the world. Jlany
of them have husK-ind who sternly forbid
them to i-h riilnte. Yet tbty como hero Jtut
the hniue, and no one ever knows the dlf
fen nee. Women mviii to take nalur.tllyto
itiiieenlmriii. 'J hi i un- p.inieul'irly fond
ul iiitiei allng tl.i tr t :inn. ami aililressc.
'I hr i'-iiiin-ler! ol Hie r.atres we have on
our l.coks aii' miiIiIh ami Drowns.
uiellim-i. hmieiir," cnutlnurd this
x,' i .id j'niiig i . v-iiii. '"tluy havo ci
ivtiilngly gisid niiren for kivplug lck
'In lr into uiiuie. 1ji-i winter a woman
i-.ii.ie toonr ollke ulnieill.il heisilf Mrs.
i.i' n. Her !lrt sHi'iil.Mi'iiiMas inado on
'he N. of .liiiinnr.i. ami iroiu then until
the I. -rof l"i hi'iniry -lie neer lost a point,
'i li it mi mill woiuli-1 ful to her, and it cer
ii. Inly was iry umisiml. though I under
to d the iviiMin for It. All that time tho
market had gone one way. docks rose
higher and higher. Mrs. Urown was tern
IHtiiuieutally a 'hull' that is to say, nho
would neier hell. Cmeripiently eieiy dol
lnr that she put in lnenni eil tenfold. One
day Mocks legnn to fall, and Mrs. Ilmwn,
for tin illt liiee, lu-t. After ii few-days
of lo'lng she enmo to me one night and
wild that hhe eould not eome tlio next day
and hud no more money with her, but lie
hought me almost wieplng to hold her
Southern Paeitlu for her in cumi tho value
should drop. She lx'gged me to assure the
broker tliat she had plenty of margin and
said that she would make tho money up
when she returned.
"I liked the woiiiaii, and wo hail grown
Into liitlmaey. I trusted her. Ho when
Southern Pacific fell I told the broker that
Mr. Urown . margin was three times as
large as II wa- Hi r r-tockf were held.
"Two days nfti r I teh piinnetl her nnd
fouiJil sin-hml chen jne the wrong miin
ljer. I wrote to lur ami lound she liail
givi n me a wrong niinie. Hhe never e:iu:e
to the olllee again. 'Hie biiiker to whom I
told the whole htory saw that I was jotinv
and had Ixth ilits ivul nnd iimde i tin
.Jl'0 which had Kmi lu-t tliitiuli me."
"Do jou Unit it necessary to bo on your
giinid ngaiiist such woimii!'"
indeed we do. V.omi n are known to
he tr.ckv in tlielr spiviilatlons. They are
not a.s huuet as men, and they are not as
good all around p dilators. They jump
at conclusions, draw lu-h Inferences, and,
as u rule, lack caution. Yet there Is abso
lutely nothing that will discourage a wom
an who has once felt the fiirciuatlou of
handling stocks. Hhe may lo&u every ccut
shu has and she v ill Iwn-ow money and re
turn. .She may grow weak and old, yet
she will come hero da after day, year aft
er year. The most pathi tie example 1 havo
ever wen of this pend-rency was a young
Yunnan who lM'gau her carver In u very
irosMTous condition. Hhe was of good
family and wealthy. Her hlster, however,
had charge of her money, and, kiiMwtng
this young speculator's weakness, llmltid
her to u month!) allowance rather than
allowing her to hipiaiahr as iniieli of lnr
proKrty as she pleiiFitl. Kvery month,
howexer, the young woman who was the
subject of this who arrangement came and
staked her rnttru alloivnnce and promptly
lost It. Time lift ir time tlio nrlnrmauce
was ri'iH-ittiil. Inally the shn r dli d, iT.e
ouiig ghl galtiid control of li. i -ti.j erly,
and within a fewweik loM it all. One
ilay when slie was minced to &: hlie aski d
a lrlend what sliu should dowllhlt. Mie
was ixiolly advUid to buy r-onie lunch mul
go homo. Instead of doing this she went
to a liuckit shop, Maknl Hie f!. won - 1 11
and returned to the Lroki r's olllee. rihe
felt that her luck had changiit. and she
Invested the (10 In a promising venture.
Uefore night it was lost, and she was pen
nllchs, Tho nest time I saw that girl she
waseuilpnyedlualiiiiker'h olllco to call out
tho returns of die ticker at a salary of ."i
per week. licdiiitlou to absolute poverty
was not sutllch nt to draw her away from
the atmosphere that held her by Its fasci
nation." New York World.
MIkIU lie Called So.
Jlrs. Norrls lutlushook Ilmvo writ
ten iluwu most of tho little ineldeuts of
our married life.
Old Bonder Ah, sort of family wrun-
Jjook, eh? Brooklyn Life,
IT" V ViTH ' ' iv-3nii&-r?3r ."jl
Jlortgageo's Notico cf Intention to
Foreclose and of Sale
Notice. In hereby given that by vir
tue of a powt r of sale contained in a
certain mortgage (I a led tile lam day
of Oololier. 1889. made by Manoel
Gotivela of Noitb Kona, Hawaii, to
John MuitOOll of Honolulu, recorded
, Noth c Is nlro heiotiv given that all
and mngiilnr the property In cald mort
gKge cotitaltied nnd decerlt ed will he
told at pulillu eiietlou ut the auetlou
room of Jmuea F. MorgHii, on Queen
iieet, In nald Honolulu, on Wedues
iluy, tho 2Kb day of March, 1897, nt
12 o'clock noon of Mild day. The pro
I tstly In mid mortgage 1m thus des
ctlhed: Blx nh-iiei In the Hul uf Holutiloa,
of N Kona, eonwyed to Manoel
Uouvela mul S'nn Jkatkn, M. B. Sime
on;v nod Ale, and I F Iilolm and
tJt-ra Kia bv iIomIh rceonlfd renpeotivc
Iv in Liber 118, p. p 13.J, 117, p. 422,
118, p. -122, mul npaini 1 in Hoy a I
1'nlfiit 4112. L.. C. A. 10770, lusiued In
the name ol Pinione convoyed In Hani
hall.aoau.lKahaka. r.xoideJ lit Liber
Unlive a li.v tleeil of Keoul t". Ktiu
lit), page 4(13.
Terms cash U. S. Gold coin. Deeds
at the expense of purchaser.
For further partloulnwapply to
J. ALFHED MAGOON,
Attorney for Mortgagee.
D.i ed Honolulu, Feb. 23, 1897.
Mortgagee's Ectice of Intention to
Foreclose and of Sale.
Notice Is hereby given that by vlr
tue uf a power of sale contained in n
certain mortgaiso (luted the 3rd day of
August, 1895, made by Ati'oneFer
nniidsz and Mukthaua Fert.alidez, his
wile, ot Honolulu, Oaliu, to Alfred
W. Carter, tittstee, of said Honolulu,
nnd recorded in tho Register Olllee.
Oil h u, In Libor 167, iugo 53, 51 nnii
55, ami by the raid Alfred W. Carter,
ttustee, duly assigned to J. Alfred
Magoon, the snld J. Alfred Magonn
Intends to foreclose said mortgage for
a bleach ol tho conditions In Bald
uiorlKagu contained, to wit. : tbo non
payment of the principal and Interest
when due. Notice la aUo hereby given
that all nud singular the lands, tene
ments and hereditaments in said mort
gage contained and described will be
sold ut public, auction nt. the auction
room of W. S Luce, on Queen street,
In said Honolulu, on Thursday, the
2.5th day of March, 1897, at 12 o'clock
noon of said day. The property covered
by said mortgage Ih thus described:
All ot the following described piece
and tract of land situate at Auaukal,
Wuiltikl, Island of Oahu, being same
prenil-en described in Roynl Patent
No. 2833, L. C. A. No. G879, contain
ing three (3) apatms ot nn area of three
hundred and nlncty-oue (391) square
fathoms, and belug ttiesimio premises
convoyed to the moitgsgnr by Opttnul
et. ul., by deed r corded in tile Reuis
ter Ofllee, Oaliu, In liber 70, page 111.
J. ALFRED MAGOON,
As-ignee of Mortgage.
Deed at expanse of purchaser. Terms
cash U. S. Gold coin.
Duted Ve 28, 1897. 540 til
IS DONK AT
J. P. ROOnlGUES'
.No. 1A2 Fort Street.
t& TELEPHONE 0121
gj& For twelve years I have made the
Clothing of our bout people. Their con
tinued pationnge is a guarantee of my
CLEANING AND REPAIRING
Iu l'irst-class Stylo.
Goltl nml Silverwaro,
(Jrockory and lvorywaro,
Bha wis, dcroous,
"Wliifo Grass Oloth, Mattings,
"Wiokur ami Stouinor Chairs,
Oigurs, Etc., Etc.,
WING WO TAI & CO.,
214 Nnuann Streot, Honolnln.
Real Estate and Commission Agent.
Htonk llroktr. Tiro and Lifo In
surance. Campbell Block, 200 Merchant Street,
Yiiltiablo Business Properly on
Nuuatui streot, bringing n good
Sevoral Lois near Punchbowl
and nt Mnkiki, tlio Choicest Bosi-
denco Property in tho city. A
perfect Tiow from Diamond Hoad
to Ewn, Honolulu and Harbor.
Four Houses and Lots ou Punch
bowl stroot, only fivo minutes
walk from the Post Oftico.
We also lirive Coiufortnblo
Houses for sale on easy terms si
tuated on tlio following streots;
Lunalilo, Kinau, Kukni, Has
singer, Borotania, Young, Yic
toria, Green, Thurston Avenue,
Punahou, Liliha and Nuunnu.
Building Lots in all parts of tho
city on the instalment plan.
Several well established Lodg
Cofl'eo Lands on Hawaii and n
Pineapple Eanoh with limo and
other fruit trees no.ir Honolulu.
210 King Street and 207 Mer
L. C. Abies & Co. A.V. Qear& Co.
OMceiWrMerclmntSt. Olllee 310 King St.
.... AND ....
general Business Agents
Louus Negotiated and Collections .
Stooks Bought and Sold.
Books Audited and Accounts Adjusted.
Hills Bought and Nntas
DlscDuntaa, ' ,
Fire and Life Insurance Ageqt
ITor Sale !
Small Monabe Cocoatiuls ready
for transplanting. Apply to
622-1 m W. E. RO WE LL.
The Evening Bulletin, 76 cents
tho Bicycling fovor, catohes
you (or you catch it) wo would
uko a cunnco to presoriuo tor yon,
not that wo expoct to effect a euro,
only to soil you a wonder in
This is what ono of tho Hawaii
an Colloifo boyB writes to his fath
er regarding tlio best wheel to buy
for his sister: "I hold tlio Ramb
ler second to uoiio iu the country
(tho U. S.). nud if anyone can
show a wheel which lino trnvelod
as many miles as miuo has with
as littlo exponso tin miuo I would
very much like to boo it. Bo
sides chnugiug tho gear from G4
to 70 and thosaddlo to ono of later
pattern my entire expense for tho
wheel has beou fifty cents. That
I think is a lirottv nnnd ronnrrl
don't you? I um very much afraid
mat my tires, tlio snrae ones 1 cot
.. tl. .......i.l.. .:n ii.
sn mo iiinuiiiiiu, win noi inst mo
through tho next season. They
aro almost worn through all over.
It will cost me from $12 to S15
to got uow tiros put on, but it is
legitimate) wear. X never know a
pair of tires to wear as long und
as well as these havo, considering
tho uniouut of travel. Whou you
consider Unit they havo traveled
as far as from Cleveland, O., to
Honolulu, ovor all sorts of roads
and paths, you will seo that they
must needs wear some."
Tho abovo opinion you will
find to ho tlio opinion of about
oyr ry rider of a Itnmblor in this
city, nud there tiro u lot of Bamb
lor riders here. Our tumble has
been to gut enough wheols, tho
milkers not realizing that we want
'97 stock hrfoie tho snow has
melted iu their country. By the
Australia Hub weok wo received 7
ladies' wheels, nnd six of them wo
havo sold. By the Miowora mail
we ordered 20 Bamblors and by
this week's mail wo are ordering 5
more, and wo havo orders in for 2
Bacers, so by return Australia wo
will have 27 Bamblors, and in fut
ure wo do not proposo to lose the
Bale of nny wheols by not having
them on hand. Bemomher that
the Rambler is fitted with the only
tiro that has proved entirely satis
factory iu this country, tho great
"G. & J." There nre imitatious to
this tire to bo found horo, but' if
you dou't find it out when you buy
them, you will af ter you have used
them a while, to your sorrow. The
genuine "G. ifc J." tiro is to be hod
ouly at tho Rambler Agency, and
there you oau got tho right article,
When "Tho Fever"
the bicycling fevor
Buy a RAMBLER
E. 0. Hal! St Son
Impoiters and Dealers in
Steel and Iron Ranges,
121 & 123 King Btreet.
CAN'T BE BEAT!
My $10.00 Bath Tubs, lined with best
quulity, No. 10 zinc, 0 iu. Pipe, Chain and
ring, with wood rim all complete. Othoi
dcalore aro dnmfonnilod, and resort to all
niaunor of Tricks and Excuses.
Be not deceived, these Bath Tubs have
been sold for $14 until I reduced the price;
I am prepared to do all work in my line
and guarantee satisfaction! Estimates fur
nished. If yon want a good Job cheap for Cash,
ring up Telephone 844, and I am youx
JAS. NOTT Jn,
Tinsmith A Plumber
iw mug street.
Difficult Collections a Specialty
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