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EVENING BULLETIN, OCTOBKIl 2, 1895
FROM QUARANTINE WHARF.
Tin: i.n:iti:sTiMi iiaiiiv of
ii:oii(ii: vasiiinjto.n smith
How the ItojH i:l lniinitlur Chirk-
i'll Don't ; I'uililliiK mid 1M A
The exhibition by thoMetn
bers of the Kilolinna Art
League lias given decorative
art an impetus such as lias not
been felt for yon in. Tlio China
painting fail has reached us
and some handsome specimens
were shown in the art rooms.
The material for doing the
work came from us and we
now have in stock an elegant
assortment of Laeroix Tube
Colors and Brushes, Burnishers
Stipplers used in this class of
work. Our ctrck is complete
with the finest assortment of
uolors, brushes, canvas and
'rallies for art work.
Elegant show rooms and
Is new. Prices about as
as you ever heard of.
The Pacific Hardware Co.
Water, pronouueed by
peoplo who know to bo
the best on the Market.
This Water received
tho very highest award
ut tho . . .
As a Tablo Boverngo,
is p fitvoiite and easily
lends all other Mineral
Sept. '28. Gonoral freight all
alumni steamer Kauai. Sho took
considerable cargo. Urabbo says,
''Conk, what liavo you got for to
morrow ?" '-Wo lmvo no eggs for
Sunday broalifust." Groat Scott,
what have you ilono with all the
eggs 1 ordoml ?" "J found a lot of
chickens in the shells, sir, and
yon know yourself thoy were too
hinall. Jf they had boon largo
enough 1 might have given you n
chicken pot pie, but 1 had to
throw them away."
It is amusing t bear tho re-I
minks at the table during moals.
Kelly saa, "Smith, pass mothej
sinkers," meaningbiseuits. Webb
will say: "1 would like some of J
that chow chow when you uioj
through with it; plouso bo kind
enough to leave somo in tho b -tt o. I
Another, " Crabbo. why don't you
order more than ono bottlo ntai
tiinr." We seem to like it bocaut-e,
there is not enough to go round.
Wo had some pie for diniior ono
dav. Ono of tho boys asks: '
" What is it ? I'll take somo any- j
how, on trial.'' Another, "That
pie would take tho first prize you'
bet.'' Ono of tho boys said ho,
(lid not feel hungry, and Webb I
told him if ho had ony symp
toms of illness t come to linn
right away, he would givo himal
dose of Dr. U roil io s medicine ttiat
would knock it in ono doso. How
ott says : ' "My pills will beat any
medicine on tho dock. Thoy wore
used in India by ono of our oolo
bruted physicians anil cured 90
per cent, of nil c.isos whoro it was
given." Crabbo says: "As I told
you boys IioT.ro, and I don't want
to repeat my orders often, that 1
lmvo the necessarv goods in my
medicine chest both for stopping
it and bringing it on." "Great
Scott, Cnibbe, is that ho' 1 did
not know that or I would lmvo
called on you before. Why, I
took ono of Howett's pills and I
thought I was done for.''
"Syren cull" for supper. "Pass
tho mystory, ploaso. This is good,
boys. AVo know it is not second
hand.'' "Sinkers, my boy. Ah.
thank you." "Any more chow
chow' A little, plouse. Claronco,
why dont you give lis an oystor
pit? "Uh, you leliows will want
tho world next." "May 1 go?"
"You may." Thus onds snppor.
Evening the only g'oo club 1011
dored us somo of thoir pleasing
bunuay morning broaMnst, o a.
in. Smith and Howott wore the
guests of dipt. Diow by special
invitation " verbal, no cards."
Cant. Drow cavo us somo of his
ico stories nbout tho Konnobec
lUvor. Tho menu was nu mor
ons and first-class "ut that." This
is our special cleaning day; every
thing taken out and given a suu
bath. We aro sweot you bet.
Somo moro of Capt. Drow's ico
stories; how thoy out ice on tho
Konnobec llivor; how thoy lay
claim to sections fronting their
liousos, but if after a snow storm
all night tho party is not up early
onougli to scrapo or shovol tho
snow o(T in front of his houso on
the river, whoever might bo thoro
first und have tho soction clour of
snow has the proper claim to it,
mid it is his ice whether it is tho ,
party of tho day before or somo ,
one olto. That is tho custom in
tl at section, and sometimes they i
li.uo a regular battle over it, whore j
somo one has jumped u claim ear
ly in thu ini.rning and shov-
clod the snow oil' first
Tnoy ovon go so lur as to pun-
1 coal oil ovor a man's section out
j of spite who has jumped tho
cluim of soiuoouo having claimed
i a section tho day before.
! Claronco Crabbo, Horry Wobb
! n nd J. UoborUoti dined with
Cpt. Drow and everything was
gotton up in good stylo, as Cupt.
Drow knows how, and the boy3
wero treated t a surprise purty
thoy did not look for. Capt.
Drow wi'l bo hold in memory dour
y tho boys for his kind trout men t
MjM-f) c 'fejS4fe"y Site 'j
mm immmm wmfp
' r .ysgHssPSsflsss
filUIt aim since the or
Jy ganization of the firm
has beon to supply the
peoplo of Honolulu with
first class furniture at a
in odium price. Tho
growth of tho business is
tho best ovidenco wo can
offer us a verification
that nover diverged from
In this advortisomont
wo call your attention in
a gonoral way to tho var
ious articles of furniture
wo carry by submitting
a fow designs of pieces
that should bo in every
China Closets oro as
much in demand as bod
steads, they uro no long
er iu tho list of luxuries;
tho crazo for collecting
odd bits of China or brie
n brae and the desiro to
keep them in a convou
iont placo for showing
to one's frlonds has made
the China closot indis
pensable. Wo have them
in various styles single
or double, tor wall or
corner. Thoso in an-
tiquoouk aro fashionable
because thoy aro sorvico-
jiblo, tho durability of
3the finish on oak has the
ioflbct of making them ivl
"wuys appear new.
BE utter impossibility of an attempt to havo a din
ing room woll liiruisuod without a sideboard has
lioon demonstrated in half t!i horn -s in Honolulu.
Thoro is no necessity for anyone going without one
whon they havo a stock like ours t dnw from. Tho l
ono shown is of quartered Oak s'tiu polish finish and'
has French bovol plato glass. In the higlior priced
sideboards ample spuco is allowed for silverware. Our
stock of plain oak sideboards has nover boon onualled '
in Honolulu. .
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fir if ; "
jfilNE bureau is scarcely ado
CT quato to hold all tho shirts,
undorwoar, etc., of a gentleman
and wifo; two bureaus in a room
mako it lap-sided particulaily
whon they aro not tho same put
torn. A Citii'FONir.n, no matter
what tho design or color, adds
finish to tho room just us a piano
doos to a parlor.
it may sound egotistical, but wo
bol ovo wo have tho laigest stock
of thoso artioles to select from
outside San Francisco.
Oak is tho stylo oftonost selected
for tho saino reason us given re
garding China closets, but with
our stock thero is no liuiitas to
Btylo of wood. Oak, Birch or Ash,
it is ull tho same, wo cun supply
thorn in twonty odd styles. Vo
havo themwith or without toilots;
plain top and eithor with Gorman
or French bevel mirrors, and
t ithor polished or varnishod surface
Tho hulf dozon drawers in a
Chiflbnior makes it possible to
lopurato the olothcsnnd keep thorn
always iu placo. If youhavo evor
had one you know tho valuo; if
you have not got ono while tho
j rico is bolow bed-rock.
.Benson Smith & Uo.i.0 ,it i-
Vholeiilo wi'l Ktiill naeuta for tUc Ha
Tho cook troatod tho nutivo
boys to a nico Sunday supper.
Their menu was a vory nice stow,
corn broad and plum pudding.
No cyclones this tiino. Enough
VbU probably know what it is to scatter sowing, books, papers
j and sundries on shelves, bureaus and wherever is most con
venient. This has boon the case with many peoplo because thoy
have not boon able to socuro t iblos at anything like roasonublo
prices. Wo sell you tables with tops 20x20 inches, elegantly finish
ed and durable, for '2.00. You've paid double tho monoy for some
thing of half tho valuo and tlion slopped buying bocaiiso you con
sidered yourself sold. Wo do not conlino ourselves to this cheap
lino but havo them in every conceivable price. Heavy quartered
oak with hands unoly carved logs and brass mountings. Dining
tubles in endless vaiioty in either oak or walunt.
AVe ulso carry a large stock of chairs suitiblo for any room in tho
houso. As with tho tablos tiio prico depends largely upon tho qua
lity; wo havo no old stocks, so that ago of tho goods makes no dif
ference in tho prico. Wo do not keep furniture long ouough for
them to got old. Tho only goods of that character soon in our store
is what pooplo havo bought olsowhero and brought to us to havo mado
ovor. Wo havo an upholstery department in which work of the
finest character isdono. Perhaps you've noticed ologuntly upholster
ed Couches in tho show rooms and thought thoy wore mudo ubroud I
Thoy uro tho work of our men and we fool a just pride in turning
out work that compares favorably with that mado in tho hugost
factories iu tho United States.
tfjUlt hair mattressos are mado up in tho best quality oftick
'w ings, bound with tho host bed lao, havo borders -1 inches
doep, stitched twico around.
Mattrossos made of moss have the same caro on our part as
thoso of huir. Tho difference in price is accounted for by the dif
ference botwoon moss and hair. This work has the uttontion of
oxporioncod upholsterers, and no bettor mattresses can bf bought
anywhoro than wo mako. The pricps aro govornod by tho size of
tho beds and number of pounds of hair used.