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title: 'The Daily bulletin. (Honolulu [Hawaii]) 1882-1895, March 07, 1895, Page 7, Image 7',
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THE DAILY BULLETIN, MARCH 7, 1895.
Ordway & Porter
Hotel Street, "Robinson Block."
Jkg lo announce to their numerous patrons the
arrival of Xcw Goods, such as Carved Oak Bed
room Sets, Rattan and Wicker Ware made up
into Stands, Center Tables and Chairs of the
very latest designs; Dining Room Furniture, Ex
tension Tables a specialty. Also a fresh lot of
Porlicr Curtains in delicate shades, etc., etc., etc.
Bjbll r2fi -TEfEPlIQlNS Mutual 645
Pioneer Furniture House
HJSTBLIS-F-TEID 1 SB.
New Goods ! Latest Designs ! Largest Stock !
801,11) OAK JIKimOOM fcKTS,
H0KA8, LOUNGES, WAKUKOilKb,
MIHR0HS, M0ULDING8, KTO., KTO.
Special Feature No. 1 White Seamless Hatting
Per Koll of -JO Yard, $12.00.
And a Fine Quality for $9 per Roll.
Headquarters for Baby Carriages I
Pianos for Rent .' Chairs for Rent !
Bell 179. TELEPHONES Motnal 76,
Successors to 0. E. Williams.
609 AND 611 KING STREET.
A largo assortment
has just boon ro
coivod por "11. P.
Richot" and "0. D.
Bryant," and nioro
to airivo por "Transit."
Ho;p;p &, Co.,
jSTo T King Street.
Every vurioty, stylo
and irico in tho
Furnituro lino. Tho
host and most va
ried in Honolulu.
Call and inspect our
Xho Rose Sho Gave.
This the rose sho pave lo me
With Its crimson tips;
Hul ss nny rose should bo,
Having touched her lips.
Ami w tn tomcthluR it her grace
And Mih bf auty of her face.
This the roo sho gave to tne,
JHoomcd where, south winds stir;
Hiil Its lior.oy from tho bee
For the lips of her I
Thro ili long dayii disquieted
For tboo lips to Kiss red !
Hits the roso sho save to rue;
Never roe to awectl
H-ro the heart of springtime see
Lean ami hear It beat!
I.lfn and all Its inclo ly
In tho roe gave to me I
THE BOY OOT PUZZLED
Ho Knew Moro of Religion Than His
A l'rotutant niasjistratu onco had
a littlo waif of an Irish lov brought
bo font him for homo trilling mis
demeanor. Wishing to ascortain
hoivmudi tho child comprehomlod
of hia duly to God aud his neigh
bor, ho asked him if hu could nay
hia prayers. Tho boy promptly ro
peated tho Lord'a i'rayor, and
further yolunteored that ho could
aay tho "Hail Mary." Tho magis
tral tostily ropliocf that ho did not
want to hear that, but requested
him to repeat tho Creed. Tljo child, i
much frightened, began to do so, '
but when ho eamo lo tiio clause,
"Boru of tho Virgin Mary," ho atop-'
pod short aud anxiously said, "Please,
yor worship, aho's turned up again,
and what am I to do?" London Gen
tlewoman. Groat City Ballroads.
Somo interesting statistics con
cerning tho railroads of our great
cities are given in an article in Tho
Chautauquau for January by Ilobort
I. Sloan, formerly chief ongiueor of
tho Metropolitan Elevated Railroad,
New York. Ho sya:
Iu Brooklyn the roads ao built
over tho alroets, the same as iu Now
York. There aro about twonty-aix
and a half miles of elevated road
in Brooklyn aud they carry fi7,000,(XX)
passengors por year and have about
170(1 employes Tho street railways
carry about 103,000,000 pasoeuger..
There are no elevated roads in
Philadelphia. The turfaco street
raihva carry about 170,000,000 of
tho peoplo every joar.
Iu Boston tlinre are yet no elevat
ed roads. Tho 215 miles of single
track surface roads iu tho city and
suburbs aro mostly equipped electri
cally with overhead wires ami trul
Oyer 12.1,000,000 paseugors aro
carried by these lines. On account
of tho congestion of travel iu tho
business districts many plans have
been prepared for belter rapid trau
ait, such as luutiols. feubways aud ele
vated roads. Tho latest proposition
is tho Moigs elevated system on a
single row of iron columns.
In Chicago street railways carry
about 207,000,000 persons yearly, aud
tho elevated about 20,000,000 in ordi
nary times. Chicago has at present
two elevated roads iu operation and
a third in process of construction.
Tho length of doublo-track olevat
i od roads in Now York is about
thirty-aix miles. They havo in ser
vice 331 engines and 1017 ears, aud
! carry about 222,000,000 passengers
I during tho year, with a train mileage
oi ,ti;j,ouu. Ttiey couBiimo over
180.000 tons of coal during tho year,
aud employ about 5200 men.
The costs approximate $350,000 a
mile for tho cable syitom completo,
while it costs about SOO.000 a mile.
doublo track, for a first-class over
head conductor electric system in
tho city streets. Tho average cost ,
per mile for the roads iu tho United
States is about as follows:
Horse railways equipped per mite .$ 71.XS7
Klectriu trolley:) equipped xr mile. I0.UI7
Ca hie railways U'iO.UOO I
Klcvaied railways fiUO.OOmo bOO.UUJ
Has a Knot in His Tail.
Au ox with a natural knot in tho j
middle of its tail belongs to Zeke
I Clotts of Mobile, Ala. Several sur-
I goons havo attempted to untie tho
knot, but their efforts caused the
auimal such pain that they desisted.
Tee Hawaifon Tramway Go,, L'd
IOHT TUAKKIO IS NOW UESUMED
on Hie old time tuhediilu.
Last car leaves l'liluiua for Wulklkl 0:17
Last car leaves 1'alaiun forTownand I'll
naliott via King street, 10:47 p. in.
I.nst enr leave WalklUforl'iilama, 10: IU
I . in.
i I.uit car leaves I'ort street for Walkiki,
1 10:.pi p. in.
I Hiuurcliiys, U;,'i p. m.
I Last ear leaves Kurt street for l'alania,
! ll:'J.- p. m.
, l.ait ear lenvus Nuuiinu Valley for Town
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I.aU car Ih.ivhs l'muliou for 'I own and
Niliianu Valley, U:WI p. in,
l.aitear leavottiuien ulreot for Niinanu
Valley, 10:11 p. in.
Last car leaves Town for l'minlum via
ltcrutania street, 10: 15 p. in. ll!77-lv
We have Just Received an Im
portation of the
Finest Ceylon Teas!
KST'To give Consumers the opportu
nity of Testing the above, we will, for a
limited time, sell in quantities of 1 Lu. or
Prices Very Low and . . .
Inspection Earnestly Solicited.
THEO. H. DAYIES & CO,
411 NUUANU STREET.
mortcr and omliir u EoropBsn Dry and Fancy Goods
Ladles' Wares of every description. Also, fresh line of Chinese Goods.
3?ongee Sc "Wliite Silk Pajamas.
No. 1 White and Colored Mattings!
Best Black and Green Chinese Tea. Crepe Shawls, Etc.
NT Fit Guaranteed, l'rlcea Moderate. -1
war M-u.t-u.a.l Teleiplione 542-ei
'UI.KPHDNB tW P. 0. BOX 372
IMPORTER AND DEALER IN
URUCERIES, PROVISIONS, FLOUR and FEED.
Fresh California Roll Batter and Island Batter
er ALWAYS ON HAND J
iei Goods Received bj Every Steamer from Sao Francisco
tm All Orders faithfully attend to. Satisfaction guaranteod Island Orders
M.nniud and packed with care.
Lincoln Block, Kino Street, Bet. Fort and Alakea Streets.
unrn TBIiBl'HONEB 2W I 0 1IOX ".'07
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Provision Dealers & Naval Supplies
Ereih Ooodi by Every California Steamer.
ICE - HOUSE - GOODS - A - SPECIALTY.
Islands Orders Souoited.
TML1PHON1 n 1. O. BOX 115
H. E. MoINTYKE & BRO.,
IMrOBTlRs'AND DIALERS IV -
Groceries, - Provisions - and - Feed.
New Goods Uecelred by Every 1'icket from the Eastern Htates and Karope.
rilSH - CALIFORNIA - PRODUCE - BY EVERY STEAMER.
A.)) Orders faltbfullv attended to end Goo.'s DellverAd to ant
I'ari of Vh Cllv VIUJB.
'LAND OnDEOi SOLICITED SATIBrAOTIOV GdARINTKED
AH'i UOKMCI. fili AM; KINU hTKKBTB.