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EVENING BULLETIN, MARCH 18, 1897.
," fiNMMfr lTYiT" liiiTyti'MMivrii'iH,; lyiiniirnTTllYtl
Just Received Direct from
Tobaccos and Smokers' -A.rti.clcs.
Cornor Fort and Merchant Streets.
. , . , For Everybody:
The only complete line of
MUSIC GOODS I
In the MimhN.
A few of
IT' "h IV T
The perfection of
Piano rualtlug. .
CHIC-ADO CO rTAOE OHO ANri, Uu
equaled In tone, beauty ami eon
Htruetione. KEOINA Ml'SIC BOXES, the King
of all, plays over one thousand
AUTOIIAMVS, everybmly'H instru
ment, u child can play it.
UI'lTARS, we carry the celebrated
Henry F. Miismiii, Harwooil ami
other make', Iroin SI up.
BANJOS, Stewart, Fairbanks &
Cole ami other wellkuowti
ACCOKDEONS, the celebrated "lni
perial" ami other good Hues.
sr Ami tt mowaiiii ami one omer Uo(l's Ko0 jackero 11 MllS
aller InutrunientH too numerous to i , , ' . ""'
Our celebrated Wall, Nichols Co.
"Stak" Brand of
GUITAR. IIOU.V ana
ISA X JO STMXGS,
Are the best made. Tee no other.
For nil Instruments.
Our stock Is the most varied to he
found this side of 'Frisco, and the
prices the stune as you pay in the
All instruments sold on easy month
WALL, NICaOLS CO.
The money savers for you.
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Ljirjye A-ssovMueiit of
the London Factory.
dinner" is right,
from the table
conscious that his wife 'has
used the same judgment as to
price that she did in the selec
tion of the articles disposed of
lI" tno n
there can be no indi-estion to
lonuiv. uur gouus ure oi uio
kind which bring health,
happiness and a fut purse.
Table delicacies are a fad
with us they are bought be
cause we known the average
Honoluluite 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 the
best goods obtainable in the
r-ii r i i m
Copeland's Lnirlisli Peas:
taru oauce and Uaiubrulge
Sausages in tins are so well
put up that it would be dilli
eult to detect the dill'erence
between them and the same
articles direct from the market.
"Teyssonneau" is a long
name to put before Pate but
the combination makes the best
tid bit ever placed before a
gourmet. These are goods
that anyone may eat without
fear of indigestion following.
Ther are put up in the best
factories in Europe and come
to us m elegant condition.
Lewis & Co.,
(Jolcl mid Silvorwaro,
Croekory tinil Ivorywaio,
Slum Is, oei'oons,
AVIiito Grass Glotli, MnttingB,
"Wicker ami Stonmur Clinira,
CJig.irs, l'Ac, Ktc,
WIXG WO TAl & CO.,
211 Nnuuuu Strtot, Honolulu,
GILBERT P. LITTLE,
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
A. V. GEAR.
Telephone 850. s S '. ! No. 'Jin Klni! Bt.
Subsoribo for the Evening Bul
letin 76 cents per month,
'I'lio following torso HnyinyB nro
nttributcd by the Mciliual ltccortl
to tho lntu Dr. Frank II. Hiuuil
ton: "1. Tho best thing for the
innidcB of n limn is tho oittHido of
a horHP. 2. liloeBCil in lio who
invented sleep; but thrice blessed
the innn who will invent u euro
for thinking. 3. Light gives a
bronzo or tun color to tho skin;
but where it uproots tho lily it
plants tho rose. !. Tho lives of
most men nro in their own hands
nud, ns a rule, the just verdict nf
tor death would bo felo do
so. 5. Health must be earned
-it can seldom bo bought. (5. A
change of air is less valuable than
n change of scene. The air is
changed every timo the wind is
changed. 7. Mould and decay
ing vegetables in a cellar weave
shrouds lor the upper ciiuiubeis.
8. Diit, debauchery, disease and
death are successive links in the
siiiuo chain. ). Calisthenics may
be very genteel, and lumping
very unueiileel, but one is the
shadow, lhedhor tho substance of
healthful exorcise, it). Girls
need health as much - uay, moro
than boys. They can only ob
tain it as boys do, by i mining,
tumbling by all sorts of iuno
cont vagrancy. At least once a
day girls should have their halters
takou off, tho bars lot down and
bo turned loose like young colts.
A riirluiiw ImliKiry.
London has a enrious industry,
that of the tralllc in what nro
kuown as funeral hordes, that is,
horses that are poifpctlj black.
Ilohert Hoe, of Kou-ingtoii Puk
Koad, has imported thet.e Mutely
luimiii'h, sajh tne Atrnnti, lur up
ward of twenty the inis. It
seems thev come fioiu Fiicsland
and Zeeland, and co.t from (M() to
70. Theie must be about 5)00
funeral horses in London. The
average umleituktr, liowrrr,
keeps neilhor hoinpn m.i ciiiiehes,
but hires them. A white spot
takes a large stun oil the value of
a funeral horse. A white star on
tho forehead niuy bo covered by
the niiiiiinl'H own foretop, and a
whito fotlock painted with a mix
turo of lamp black and oil.
A long ilowing homo tail is sent
with a "composito" horse ix
Dutch black, not used for tho best
funeral work, owing to his lack of
tail. Ho is sold to a country iob-
ninstor, wiui a soparato Ilowing
tail, bought in Holland for n
shilling or two. In tho daytime
tho "composite" horse conducts
funerals, tho tail fastened on with
a Btrap; but at night he discards
it and gayly takes peoplo to and
from the theaters. Worn-out
funeral horses are shipped back
to Holland and JieltMuiu, where
they nro eaton.
KfHNOII li) .
There aro two reasons why
people are now paying car fare
all the way fioin Waikiki to tho
I'alama Grocery and back. Itcuson
1. It is tho only place on tho
Iblands where tho celebrated Sal
vation Army tea is sold. Iteason
'2. Aftor paying car fnro both
ways patrons find they aro money
in pocket by dealing at this "live
and let livo" establishment. Wo
also deliver goods between Dia
mond Head and Moanalua free.
Opposite Ilnilwny depot, King
street. Tol. 755.
A llralny IJipi'illrnt.
"Jly iliirtah," H.iid
, with ti cuiulu
Kulil I nt i ileit xiihciHi'
Dat it riiUKed mi' to mthii1.iH. ami It inuilit tne
Bo 1 j,iy tliU mini to do It. Ua lifUt ldmili, I
think, U'Ui't joii?"
Portraits onlarged from smnll
photoH nnd hnndsoinely frnmod
for 810 at King Ikon.
City (Jnrringo Co.. J. S. And.
rndo, manager. Il you want n
hack with good horso mid care
ful drivor ring up Telopliouo 113,
oorner of Fort and Mcrchnnt
stroetu. Hack at all houra.
. iiinl no
Mortgagee's Notico of Intention to
Foreclose and of Sale
Notice Is hereby given that by vir
tue of u power of sale contained In a
certain inort:KO dated the loth day
of Oolober, 1880, miide hy Mauoel
Gouvela of North Konn, lluwiill, to
John Miiuoon of Honolulu, recorded
In the Itegister Olllce, Ouliu, In Liher
117, puges wi and -lul, tne saiil Jolin
Miiuoon, mnrtKUcee. Intends to fore
close ssld tiKirlgage for a breuidi of
Hie coiKitiiniiH in sain morigage con
tained, to wit : the iion-pnyinent of
the principal and tntero-t when due.
Notice Is also hereby given that all
nnd singular the property In said mort
gHge contained and descrl lied will he
fold at puhllo Htiction at the auction
room of .fumes F. Morgan, on tjtieeii
street, in said Honolulu, on Weilnes
iliiy, the l!ltli day ot March, lfe!)7, at
12 o'clock noon ol Mild day. The pro
perly In Mild morigage Is thus des
cribed: S x shares in the 1 1 ill of Hnltmlna,
of N Kniui, conveyed to M-moei
(loll vela tlhll Sam Iknikn, M h smie
oua ami Alo, and I. F l.tlolm and
Sera K la by deeds recorded lesptctlvo
ly in Jiilier 118. p. p. 13:i, 117, i. 1',
118, p. 1:!, uiiil apuiia 1 in lloyul
I'ulent lllu'. L. C. A. 10770, Issiuil In
the name ol l'leinne conveyed to said
fjimvela hy deed of Keool H Kan-
halhaouiiil Kahaka, recoideJ in l.iber
Terms cash V. S. Gold coin. Deeds
at the expense of purchaser.
For (unlier particulars apply to
J. ALFRED MAGOON,
Attorney for Mortgagee.
Dated Honolulu, Feb. "8, 18!)7.
Mortgagee's Notice of Intention to
Foreclose and of Sale.
Notice Is hi ri'by given that hy vlr
tne ol a power of sale contained u
certain ni""gue datid the ,'trd day of
Augu-t, ISilo, made hy Atroite Fer
uamhx and Mnkilmua Fernande., Ills
wife, of Honolulu, Oaliu, to Alfred
W. Carter, it ustee, of said Honolulu,
and recorded In the Register Olllce,
Ouhti, In Liber 157, pajte 53, 51 and
oij, auu ny ine huh Allied W. Carter,
trustee, duly aligned to J. Alfred
Magooii, the said .1. Alfred Maroon
Intends to foreclose said mortgage for
a iircaun oi uiu conditions in said
mortgage contained, to wit.: the non
payment of the principal and Interest
when due. Notice la also hereby given
that all and singular the lauds, tene
ments and hereditaments In eulii mort
gage contained and described will bo
sold at public auction at tho 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 Is thus de-cribed:s
All of the following described piece
and tract of land situate at Auaukal,
Walklkl, Island of Ouhu, being same
premises described in Royal 1'utent
No. 2833, L. C. A. No. G670, contain
ing Ihieo (3) tipauns of an area of three
Hundred ami niiiety-oiib Cm) sijtmru
fathom, and being the sain premises
conveyed to the mortgagor by Opunui
et. al., by deed ncordul In tne Regis
ter Ollke, O.ihu, In llherTO, pace 111.
.1. ALFRED MAGOON,
Asi;nie of Mortgage.
Deed at expanse of purchaser. Terms
cash I'. S. Gold coin.
Dateil Keb. 2s, 1807. 51(1 til
are said to bo superior
other, though not
Orders are now
SCHMIDT & S9NS,
aokxts or tiii:
White Sewing Machine Co
Election of Officers.
At tho Annual Meeting of Stock
holders of the Inter-Jslund Hteani
Navigation Company, L'd, held this
day, the following Olllcers and Dliee
tors were elected for tho ensuing year:
W. R. Godfrey President
J. Kmi Vice-President
N. 13 Giilgo Hecrotary
J. L. McLean Treasurer
T- W. Hebron Auditor
W. R. Godfrey, J. Kna, O. N. Wil
cox, A. a. Wilcox, V. O. Smith,
F. A. Schuefor, 13. Suhr.
N. 13. G 131)0 13,
Secretary I. I. S N. Co., L'd,
Honolulu, H. I. March 9, lb!)7.
In Quality Excelled by None.
Atlantic Red Engine,
Especially ndipted to Centrifu
gal Machinery and High Spood
For Cylinders, etc.
For Steiun Plows.
For C.ir I'oxes, etc.
Wo carry tho following lino
manufactured by the OLIVEH
BHOTHEKS' PLOW WORKS:
TheC & C. RICE PLO"W,
Sizos C to 10 in.; made for light
cultivating and all ordinary use.
Sizes (J, 8 and 10 in.; for oxtru
12 and II in.; for breaking nnd
K-C" These Plows, mado ox
nrohsly for us, aro well braced.
strong, light, nnd me tho result of
curoiul study of plantation needs.
They have met with universal
approval wherever used.
ALSO A NEW LOT OF
Which you will find conve
nient for makiug quick
. . AGENTS FOn . .
New England Mutual Life In
surance Co. of Boston.
tna Fire Insurance Company
tho Bicycling fever, catches
you (or you catch it) wo would
like a chance to prescribe for you,
not that wo expect to effect a euro,
only to soil you n wonder in
This is what ono of tho Hawaii
an College boys write? to his fath
er regarding the best wheel to buy
for his sister: "1 hold tho Itainb
ler second to none in the country
(tho I1. S.), and if anyone can
show a wheel which has traveled
ns many miles as mine has with
as littlo expanse as iiiino I would
very much liko to see it. Uo
sides changing the gear fiom (it
to 70 aud thesnddle to ono of later
pnttern my entire expense for tho
wheel has been fifty cents. Thnt
1 think is a pretty good record,
don't you? I am very much afraid
that my tires tho samo ones 1 got
on the machine, will not Inst mo
thioiigh tho next season. They
nro almost worn through all over.
J twill cost mo from S12 to s?15
to cret new firon out r Iml It ia
legitimate wear. 1 never know a
pair of tires to wear as long and
as well as theso have, considering
mo amount ot travol. When you
consider that they have trnvoled
as far as from Cleveland, O., to
Honolulu, over nil sorts of roads
and paths, you will seo that they
must needs wear somo."
The above opinion you will
fiud to he the opinion of about
evf,ry rider of a Hnmbler in this
city, and there are a lot of Uanib
ler riders heie. Our lioublo hns
been to get enough wheels, tho
makers not realizing that wo want
'!)7 stock before tho snow has
melted in their country. By tho
Australia this week wo received 7
ladies' wheels, and six of them wo
have sold. By the Miowora mail
wo ordered 20 Ilnmblora and by
this week's mail wo are oideriug 5
more, and wo havo orders in for ti
Bacers, so by return Australia wo
will havo 27 Bamblers, and in f ut
uro wo do not proposo to loso tho
sale of any wheels by not having
them on hnnd. Reinombor that
tho Rambler is fitted with the only
tiro that has proved entirely satis
factory in this country, tho great
"G. & J." There are imitations to
this tiro to bo found hero, but if
you don't find it out when you buy
them, you will aftor you have used
thoni a while, to your sorrow. The
gouuino "Ci . Si J." tiro is to bo had
only at tho Rambler Agency, and
thoro you can got the right article,
When "The Fever"
tho bicycling fever
Buy a RAMBLER.
E. 0. Hall & Son
Importers aud Dealers in
Steel and Iron Ranges,
181 k 123 Kiug Street.
CAN'T BE BEAT!
My S10.00 U.itu Tubs, lined with boat
quality, No. 10 zino, 0 in. Pipe, (Jhoin and
ring, with wood rim nil complete. Oilier
(luulotii ure duuifunmloil, aud rebort to ull
manner of Tricks and Kxciists.
Uo not deceived, tlicho )tu Tubs have
beeu Bold for $14 until I reduced tho prlcei
I nm prepared to do all work i my line
nud gimruutee hatUfuctiuu: Kbtimatea fur
niHUOu. If you want a good Job cheap for Cash,
ring up UelepUone 811, ami I am yonr
Tinsmith Jt Plnn
Difficult Collections a Specialty
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