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Thoroughly Tested by
Up Suffering Tfurjng Treat
ment. So Injurious After Effects.
Up Loss of Time from 'Busi
ness. .Improved physical condition1,
absolute freedom from any
desire for Alcoholic stimu
lants. Length of time required for
treatment Three weeks.
Fees charged $100 for Alco
holism. $40 for Tobacco.
NO CURE ! NO PAY !
Institute located in
ton Cottago, Hotel
All communications or in
terviews strictly confidential.
further particulars, ad-
Secretary Hagoy Instituto,
KiPOLIM HIT GO,
108 KINO STREET.
Q. J. WALLBJl - - MANAGER.
WHOLESALE AND BETAIL
CONSTANTLY ON HAND.
Hefoopoliten Vfiil Co.
RING UP 104!
The Central Meat Market
21-1 Nuuanu Street.
For "Your Choice
KeMgeMed ,-. Meai
Always on Hand. Orders
promptly nudcnrefnlly nttcud
cd to. . t
lly Each Steamer.
Table .'. Delicacies
A specialty nt
VOELLER & CO.'S,
26 Berotnnia Street, Waring Block.
Telephone G80 -a
H. MAY CO.,
Wholesale and Retail Groceries.
515 & 517 Fort St., Honolulu
P.O. Box 470
Commissioner of Deeds
Stale of California.
Having hcen appointed and commissioned
a CoturnTsitionirol Deeds for tho State of Cal
ifornia, I am prepared
To administer and certify oaths.
To take and certify depositions and alllda
Vita. To take and certify the acknowledgment or
proor ol powers of attorney, mortgages,
transfers, grants, deeds or other Instruments
A. V. GEAR,
Telephone 250. 210 King Street.
Pioneer Building and
Assets July, 1896, $106,546.16
Honey Loaned on Approved Security.
A Savings Dank for Monthly Deposits.
Houses llullt on the Monthly Installment
Thirteenth Series of Stock now open.
Tor further particulars apply to
A. V. GEAR, Secretary.
Ohambor of Comuiarco Itoonis. .
Office hors, 12:30 1:30 P;M. 373-tf
J. S. WALKER,
Genehal Aqet rort Hawaii iN Islands.
Koynl Insnrnnce Company.
Alliauco Absuruuce Loiunany,
Marine and General Assurance
Sun Life Assurance Company of Canada.
Wilhelma of Madgeburg Insuranco Com
Scottish Union and National Insurance
Ropm 12 Spiockcls Block, Honolulu, II. I.
General Manager of
The Equitable Life Assurance Society
Of tho United States for tho ITawniian
OrncK: Merchant street, Honolulu,
Ami the rnnfrilprntp ('Hi'tiln Itlildln 'M
ltclrn.trf rrmii PrNnn.
A Kentucky rontrlhiitnr send In The
Youth a I'omiwnlonn pleinlnjr nntirintu ol
Alirnhiuti Lincoln It liua ticir licfnrc
boon pnhllHlicd, ho any, uml win tveelvcd
by him from the other imrty to the atory,
who li atlll living In Kentucky It llltia
trntn onco imiro the gonliil, friendly torn
per of the jrrcMtwiirprroldcnt. During the
presidential campaign of 1810, when Gen
eral Wllllum Henry lfcirrlson wan tho Whig
cnmlldiito, Lincoln, then n young man just
riding Into promlnenoo, accepted an lnvl
tntlon tn nddrrxa nn nudletico In Union
county, Ky , nt a Whig bnrlxxjno.
He was m"t ut n landing on tho Ohio
river nliont ten miles from tho placo of the
lxirlieeuo by n oommlttov headed by Cnp
biln Ororgo W. Hlddlo nnd was encortl to
the met ting Rented In n aprlng wngon by
tho sldo of Captnln lUdftlo, tho driver.
On the road Sir. Lincoln entertained the
committed with euu'ml iilnaslng nncc
dotes nnd on nrrhtngnt his destlnntlon
delivered nn nhlo and eloquent nddrcss
probably tho only nddrctia thut he oer do
llvcrcd In his native suite.
After tho ftpmMiiK Captain Kiddie, who
commanded n military coniiny, llrel n
wiluto In honor of tho orntor of tllo day,
but tho cannon, nn old six Kunder, was
oerchnrged nnd exploded, though with
out any acrlous results. Captain Kiddle
raised ft subsc rlptlon to pay Jlr. Lincoln'
eximnsei, contributing liberally himself,
nnnV then escorted him Imck to tho rhcr.
The future president was much pleased
Tilth his visit nnd so expressed himself.
Jinny jenrs iisl. Mr. Lincoln waj
elected chief magistrate of tho nation, nnd
tho civil war broke out. Captnln Kiddle
took sides with the south mid having ex
pressed his opinions mther boldly was nr
rested for treason and sent to Cuinp Clinso,
u military prison.
"It was n dull and gloomy plnco for
mo," said tho old gentleman In relating
tho story, "and nftcr I had remained there
nliout ten days I got lioinudak nnd con
eluded I would remind my friend Lincoln
of bygono hours. So I wroto to him ns fol
"Sir Dbaii Mil. Phesiiient After present
lnc my coinpllrmntti to you I n lah to remind
jou thut n good many yenrs ago I hod ou In
tow at n WhlK liarbocm, near MordiuRclri, ii
Union county, Ky. On that occasion 1 trloil ti
troat jou kindly, and evnn burnt my iimnon
tn firing a snluta In your honor. 1 hopa you
have not forgotkn It. Now. hlr, you line nn
in tow, and I am your prl-oner here In ( im
Chase. I mil lomioruo nnd honiititck and w ml
to get hack to my old u Ifo. Pliasa l t mn go
Yours truly, Uloiiuu ft Itiuni.c."
When Mr, Lincoln lvcehcd this letter
ho Inughetl heartily mid nt ouco wrote up
on tho buck of It: "I'lenso let Coptuln
Qoorgu W. Klddlo go homo. A Lincoln. "
At a Church Wedding.
Ho Thobrido is from Hoiton. Life
A Quick ItcNpniiftC
Old Ciwlily (giving liiR won a check)
Now, Ik) carotul, my boy. Renipmbor,
a fool and his money uro soon parted.
Bpcndnll Cashly Yoj, 8ir, ami tltauk
you for having obliged mo co promptly.
Anchored is what tho man said
whon bo dropped into tho Anchor
Saloon. Why? said his friend.
Bocauso you can nlways got a
cool rofreshiug drink served by
gontlomanly nttoudnutfl, and if
you happen to drop in during
lunch hour you will bo rogalod
with Bolide ns well as liquids. In
fact tho lunch at tho Anchor is
said by many to bo tho best in
town. Tho colobrated Seattle
boer is on tap. It is sparkling
and ico cold. The finest of winos
and liquors in town aro to ho had
at tins popular resort.
By tho stoamor Miowora, tho
Criterion Saloon recoived a largo
consignment of tho colobrated bock
boor, browed by tho Soattlo Brow
ing and Malting Co, This is tho
first bock to make its appearance,
and is a suro indication of bettor
Torchon and Valoncionnes laces
aro still in groat domaud. L. B.
Kerr has a choice lot, which ho is
selling at lowest possiblo rates.
mm 1 1 1
ciMI l. tie 1w
Sho Tho groom hvuiiih titiito cool.
MARCH 20, 1897.
In Quality Excollocl by None
Atlantio Red Engine,
Espooially adapted to Centrifti
cal Machiuory and High Spood
For Cylinders, etc.
For Steam Plows.
For Car Boxes, oto.
"Wo cairy tho following lino
mitiiufuctuiod by tho OLIVER.
BROTHERS' PLOW WORKS:
The C. & C. RICE PLOW,
Sizos 5 to
10 in.; made for light
and all ordinary uso.
Sizes (!, 8 and
10 in. : for extra
12 and 14 in.; for breaking and
SSC" TJieso Plows, raado ox
prossly for us, aio well brncod,
strong, light, and uio tho result of
careful study of plantation needs.
They liavo met with universal
approval whorevor used.
Jus I Heceived
ALSO A N15W LOT OF
Which you will find conve
nient for making quick
LIIHK and ITlItE
AGENTrf FOR ..
New jjngland Mutual Life In
surance Co. of Boston.
Etna Fire Insurance Company
LEWERS & GQOKE
Paints, Oils andlGlass
Etc., Etc., Etc.
LEWERS & COOKE,
473 Fort Street,
Wm. G. Irwin & Co.
Wm. Q. Irwin, - Froaident nnil Manager
Glaus Spreckels, ... Vioo-Prosident
W. M. Oiirnrd, - Secretary and Treasurer
Tuco. O. Porter, - . - Auditor
AGENTS OF TUB
00BANI0 STEAMSHIP COMPANY
OF SAN FRANCISCO. OAL.
0. BREWER & COMPANY, LIMITED,
Queen street, Honolulu, H.I.
Hawaiian Agricultural Company, Onomea Sugar
Company, llonomu Sugar Company, Walluku
Sugar Company, Walhce Sugar Company, Makee
Sugar Company, Halcakala Ranch Company, Ka
papala Ranch. Plantera' Line San Francisco
Packet, Chaa. Brewer & Co ' Line of Boston
Packets AgenH Boston Board of Underwriter!.
Agents Philadelphia Bodrd of Underwriters.
LIST OF officers:
P O Jones, President; George H Robertaon,
Manager; E F llishop, Treasurer and Sec
retary; Col. W F Allen, Auditor; OM Coo Ice,
II WatcrhouRO, A W Carter, Directors.
IT. J. NOLTE, Proprietor.
Tho Best Lunch in Town
Tea and Coffee
AT ALL IlOUnS.
THE FINEST BllANDS OF
Cigars and Tobacco
ALWAYS ON IIAND.
A FAMILY HOTEL.
1 I-Croixso, ... DProp.
Per Day 8 2.00
Per Week 12.00
The Best of Attendance, tho Best Situa
tion and tho Finest Meals in this Oity
SINGER'S -:- BAKERY
King St. noar Thomas Squaro
Cakes : and : Pies
fBSorvpd Frosh Every Day.
The Elite Ico Cream Parlors
Hotel streot, near Fort.
BREAD, PJES and OAKES
Of all kind,
g? The Pineat Imported and !lomo
0 k I ijL-
lTfto Stores on Nuuanu street.
'J Lot on Magarlnc Hill, lUx2l4 feet,
commandlne; au excellent view of the city
3 Lot on Hackfcld street, 80x100.
4 -A Choice Residence on Lunalllo street,
barlnirall modern Improvements.
5 Four Houses and Lots on Punchbowl
street, all rented at a monthly rental ot 101.
This property Is 21(1 feet on Punchbowl sto-c.
with a depth of '1S feet running to the drill
grounds or armory, with a frontage on same
for 4 or S more cottages. The central loca
tion of the property makes It most available.
C A Fine Residence centrally located,
contalnlnu 15 rooms. Lot 130x200 ft. Two
small cottages on the lot bringing In good
7 A Commodious Residence on Hawlnger
strcct.tltted with all modern conveniences. Ot
will trado tor suburban property,
8. A House and Lot on Young street.
0 House nnd Lot corner Victoria and
Deretaiila streets, opposite Thomas snuaie, i
house contains t) rooms.
10 House and I.ot.on Young street near
tho residence ot the liev Mr II) dc. Lot
110x140. House contains eight rooms.
, II Pearl Clt) Proiwrt
I'JDcf liable Tract of Cottee Land on Ha
13 A most DoRirnblc Homo on Thurston
avenue. Large grounds nnd beautiful flow
er garden; hniiao furnished throughout in
hardwood with all latest improvement.
ExcollcnUiew of tho city and ocean, nn
one which cannot bo cut off.
14 A Lurco Lot nnd Commodious Dwel
ling on Green Streot, commanding an uiv
obstructed view of tho cltj and harlior. K
choicer residence is to bo nan in uie eiiy
ocu by the most fastidious.
15 A New House ot seven rooms with
electric lights throughout, bath, patent VT
C, enantsrquartcrsaud stables. One block
from ear line at 1'unahou.
in--Only 4 of those Lots left near Kameha
mcha school. . .
17 Two Houses and Lots on Llllha street.
IS A House and Lot on Alakca street.
l'.V A Beautiful Hulldlne Lot at KallhL
HKIVJOO, cleared, fenced and water laid on.
20 A llently Sloping Lot on Thurstoi
aenuc, 210x125, InvliiL'n frontnscondrkcn
street ot 105 Tect, und eommanuiug a uira s
ejelcw of the city and harbor.
21 Elegant Dcaeh Property at Wulklkl.
2-2 llousoand Lot on Peterson Lane, r
lama. House contains Urom. Lot 75x110.
'ii Dwelling House of 0 rcms, litted with
all modern concnlciices Lot U'ixUU,
Sltuatetl at I'alama.
21-Vacant Lot on WalklM Road, 100x110.
25 House and Lot on Nuuanu strwt.
House contains eight furnished rooms.
Very convcnlentlj located near the bus'nes
center of the city.
20 Elegant Residence at Pnnaliou. Housa
of 7 rooms with all modern conveniences.
Lot loox.'oo, nicely planted with fruit an
2712 Suits ot Furniture complete and
the rental ot tho most dcsirnblo and ecu
trail y located Lodging Houbo in the city.
28 Pineapple Itanch 2o,000 fruiting
plants, 600 lime trees, 60 Avocado rai
trees, poach trees and Alfalfa crop. Two
Dwellings, barn, etc. An Al imestimmt,
20 A lodging House on Fort street con
sitting of twenty furnished rooms, all occu
pied by lodgers. A bargain for the right
Notice: Can Negotiate Loans on any ol
tho auoNC propcrt lor purchasers desiring
same at from !
DO IO (.
o 75 per cent ot the tsibc.
210 King street and 2U7 .Merchant street.
To My Patrons:
It gives mo muoh pleasure
to announce that MR. M. 11.
COUNTER, one, of the most
Bkilloil watchmakers ever in
those Islands, is now managing
my repairing departmont. No
watch is so complex in its
mechanism but wo can give per
fect satisfaction in correcting
tho evils to whioh watohes aro
heir. Watches aro delicate
things to handle. Wo guarantee
that they will rocoivo no injury
at our hands and will leave
our storo in perfect rojair. -
E. A. JACOBSON,
507 Fort Street.
KlhO AND SDDAKtJ 8TKKKTH,
Tho celebrated Enterfiusk
Bkkr on Draught and In
GONSALVES & CO,
WHOLESALE GROCERS AND
225 Quocn streot, Honolulu, H. I.
For tho Enuiiio Table iu tho
way of oil kinds First Class
HAY, G-RAIN 0 PEED
Aro on salo by tho
WASHINGTON FEED OOBfY
138 Fort St. Tol. 422.
C11AS. HUSTACE, Ju.,
Real Estate and Commission Agent
Stock llrokcr. Fire nnd Life In.
CatupbbU ltlock, 203 Jlerclmut Street.
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