Search America's historic newspapers pages from - or use the U.S. Newspaper Directory to find information about American newspapers published between 1690-present. Chronicling America is sponsored jointly by the National Endowment for the Humanities external link and the Library of Congress. Learn more
title: 'Evening bulletin. (Honolulu [Oahu, Hawaii) 1895-1912, October 12, 1895, Image 2',
meta: 'News about Chronicling America - RSS Feed',
Image provided by: University of Hawaii at Manoa; Honolulu, HI
All ways to connect
Inspector General |
External Link Disclaimer |
EVENING BULLETIN, OCTOBGlt 12, 1895
ro M in nil: iu:Tiiti:i) iiiiiuii.au.
A Cain In 1 lil'li n Tliilliilrr Sturm
Mmlr H i:) for Him.
"Speaking of cinclios," said the
jrotirod bniglar, "tho oasiest, soft
est, binoothost snap I ever struck
wis in a house in u mini II town in
Itlnnlo Island. Thoro wnsa thun
der storm coining up as 1 went
along town id this 1ioum, nnd just
as 1 got there it began In spriuklo.
If there's anything I like it's to
hoar torm a-rniii' outside when
woti'ro settled down all Hung and
"lint hero w. s something I
tondn'l counted on. Tho thunder
wan miring nnd plunging like u
dozen onithquakes bustin' down
thi"Ugh tliu sky, nnd it kept tho
house in a tr.-mbln all tho timo.
I knew nob dy could sleep in that
thundor. Thoj'd be ftiro to ho
all awake bit hero I was, and 1
hated to lose a night, and after
Vd waited a littlo and tho storm
didn't show any signs of lettin'
up, I tl. ought I'd go ahoad and
.-oo, anyhow. Tho first room I
Im.lcoil into un stairs settled tlio
whole busino.s. I
"0or in ono corner of the room,
boyond a b-d, I saw a woman
funding in front of an open
closot d- or. Two children hopp-d
mil f tliH lmd.niid tho mother
tmiuIw.A tlioni into tlt closot and '.
th.T crowded in heisoif and pulbd I
if. 1 ... . I...1 4 ..!. 1 f IV llC 111 I 1
Miu uom sum ii(,ui, ""
Tory simple Unbind away, no
Jiolp; two cnildron sleeping in
another roum, woke up by thunder,
como into thoir mother's loom,
fill scared; mothor puts cln'drcn
in .'...nt nml imtu in herself, as
... -w.w v. ...... a - .
lots of folks do in thundoistorms.
And then 1 walked over and turn
ed tho koy in the lock, and thorn
yon are; no danger of their coining
out till tho storm is over, anyway,
but just as wall to bo suro about
it, and thou 1 jnst quietly go
through tho house. It lMi't big,
.md it doesn't tako long, and '
skip; and that's all thero is to it."
Nmn York Sun.
rnosr ccuriiY oi' ?i.ii-mh.i:u31v
;iIaiolnnctt linn llio (ircutot I'lufo
of Tlortunrr Arcliltet turo.
Prob.ibly tho most costly piece
of mortuary architecture that evor
was or evor will bo mooted is the
structure nt Winchester, Mass.,
vrhoroiu lie tho remains of Dr.
Francis 15. Hillor, the total ex
ponditur" on which has boon near
ly .fSnO.COO. The c.uved casket
containing tho body cost nlnno
550,000, a similar ono beingplaced
tit its side in readiness for Mis.
Hitler's corpse. It was by hor
directions that this uuigiiificont
tomb was built.
Tho area of tho building is
COO sqnaio foet, and its height is
sevonty-five fcot. It has a dome
resomb'ing that of an Oriental
rnosquo, tho front boing of Gothic
design. Wrought iron and brtss
have boon usod must lavishly for
thogitos and other portions of
buildings, while tho lamp which
illutirnatos tho post of a watch
icnan C whoso wages aro paid out of
a ppocial fund piovided for tho
purpose) cost some $10,000.
Tho knobs on tho outor doors
are of solid gold, weighing four
.-.... .1r. Aiinl. ...Lila IK. nwwl .1 1 1 inna
IJUlllllio iUil, IVIlli' lliu "ill iiiiiui'.iii
on tho caskets onoh contain JfGOO
worth of gold. St. Louis Rciniblic.
Pecullur Temperance Creed.
Acliylku, in Siberia has a re
markable tempornnco society. Ita
members moot in church on
oaptembor 1 and swear heforo tho
altar tint they will drink no wino
or liquor "from to-morrow morn
ing." They then go out and drink
bald all day until no man or
wonipn is loft sober. For tho rest
of the year they aro total nb-
Bridget has just informed tho
Mnwoleninii visitor that the lady
was not at homo, and as sho ro
tur iod to tho kitchon sho moral-
"It makes a great diiroronce,"
quoth sho, "whin an' how yoz
practice a good t'ing. Not tollin'
ti loio undo George Washington
famous , but, begorrah, 'twould
Ihov losht mo mo job." Kxchuwje.
I'liluono llunli'il Almlloii.
The United States Secrotnry of
Kne Treasury sent a telegram to
the Collector of Customs nt Og-
lonshnrg, N. Y. , dirocting him
not to ndmit any of tho 2oO'Chi-
vnes' recently landod at Van-
.convor, on loute to tho Athmtn
Ilido your Wheels oasy
for a fow days, so ns to
keep thorn in good con
dition to sell second hand,
for as soon ns you boo tho
famous "Stearns" cyclo,
you will want ono, nnd
you will want to got nil
yon can for your old
whoel from some ono who
can't n (lord to rido such a
high grade wheel as tho
Wo hnvo twenty ono
(21) whools on tho bark
"Albert' now two weeks
out from S. F., and wo
tiro going to soil wheels,
DON'T FORGET JT. .
Om prices and tortus
nro going to bo in koop
ing with the times, nnd
you will bo ablo to get a
high grado whoel nt n
"hod rock" price
Watch for tho "Yellow Fellow."
ft 0. Hull tt Soil,
Ascnts for K. C. Steam A C o.
A Naturally Boiled
Water, pronounced by
peoplo who know to ho
tho best on the Market.
This Wnter received
tho vory highost awurd
nt tho . . .
alilOFDia :. mraaiioM
As n Table Boverngo,
is a favorito and oasily
lond3 all othorMinoral
Benson Smith & Co.
WholeHiuo nnd retail ngents for tlio;Ha
Ordway & Porter
V"""tl-'L1 r "7?iTri Fii','r " ' nil "" J-'-"--;gJa(
mi I 11
t m ' --"i00 3t' B; ' "" mm.
i v w HBKI 111
11 M 11 li
fi I 11 H
VoU probably know what it is to scatter sowing, hooks, papors
b! and sundries on shelves, bureaus and wherever is most con
voniont. This has boon tho caso with many peoplo because thoy
hnvo not hotin ablo to socuro tables at anything like roasonnblo
prices. Wo soil you tables with tops 2'Jx2'2 inches, olegantly finish
ed and durable, for 'fU.OO. You'vo paid double tho money for some
thing of half the valuo and thou stoppod buying bocauso you con
sidered youisolf sold. Wo do not conliuo oursolvos to this cheap
lino but havo them in every conceivable stylo. Uoavy quartorod
oak with hands nnoly enrvod logs and brass mountings. Diniug
tables in endless vaiiety in either nak or walnut.
Wo also carry a large stock of chairs snitiblo for any room in tho
hones. As with tho tables tiio prico depends largely unon tho qua
lity; wo havo no old stock so that ago of tho goods makos no dif
ference in tho prico. "Wo do not keop furniture long ouough for
pieces to got old. Tho only goods of that oharnctor soon in our storo
is what pooplo havo bought olsowhero and brought to us to havo mado
ovor. Wo havo un upliolstory department in which work of the
finest character isdone. Forhapn you'vo noticed ologantly upholstor
od Couches in tho show rooms and thought thoy wore mado abrond I
Thoy aro tho work of our mon and we fool a just pride iu turning
out work that compaios favorably with that mado in tho largest
factories in tho United Statns.
"y gnnizntion of tho (inn
has boon to supply the
pooplo of Honolulu with
lii st class furnituio at a
tp odium price. Tho
giowth of tho business is
tho best ovidenco wo can
odor as a verification
that we have never di
verged from our motto.
In this advoitiscmont
we call your attontion in
a gonoral way to tho var
ious articles of furnituio
wo carry by submitting
a fow designs of pieces
that should ho in every
China Cr.osivrs aro ns
much in de'nnnd as hod
stcads, they aro no long
er iu tho list of luxuries;
tho crnzo for collecting
odd bits of China or brie
a brae, and the dpsiro to
keop them in n conven
ient placo for showing
to ono's friends, has mado
the China closot indis
pensable. Wo have them
in various styles, single
or double, for wall or
.corner. Tlioso in an
tique oak nro
..ablo, tho durability of
3t he finish on
"ed'eet of making them al
ways appoar new.
'H'HE utter impossibility of nu attempt to hnvo a din
BJ ing room well fnrnishod without a sideboird has
boon demonstrated in half the hours in Honolulu.
Thoro is no necessity for anyone going without one
whon they havo a stock like onii I diuv from Tho
ono slnwn is of quartered Oak s.t-n pol.sh finish and
has Fronch bovol plato glass. In the higher priced
sidoboards amnio spneo is allowed for silverware. Our
stock of plain oak sideboirds has never boon equalled
oak has the
JfijNE bureau is scarcely ado
&? quato to hold all tho "shirts,
uudorwonr, etc., of a gentleman
nnd wifo; two bureaus in a room
lUako it Inp-sidi-d pni tioiiluily
when they nro not tho same pat
torn. A CuiiTONiun, no matter
what tho design or color, adds
finish to tho room just as a piano
doos to a parlor.
it rnny sound egotistical, but wo
holiovo wo havo tho hngest stock
of those nrtioles to Miiect from
outside San Francisco.
Oak is tho style oftouost selected
for tho Baino reason as given re
garding Chinn closets, but with
our stook thero is no limit us to
stylo of wood. Oak, Bitch or Ash,
it is all tho same, wo can supply
thorn in twonty odd styles. Wo
have them with or without toilots;
plain top and with either Gorman
or Fronch bevel mirrors, and
polished or varnished surface
Tho half dozou drawers in a
Ghifibnior make it possible to
soparato tho clothes and keep thorn
always iu place. If youhavo evor
had ono you know tho valuo; if
you havo not got one while tho
prico is bolow bed-rock.
JJUH hftir mattresses nro mado up in the best quality of tick
ST ins, bound with the host bed laco. havo borders".! inol.oa
doop, stitohod twico around.
Mattrossos mado of moss hnvo the same caro on our part ns
tlioso of hair. Tho difi'eronco in piico is accounted for by tho dif
ference botweou moss and hair. This work has tho attontion of
oxporioncod upholstoiers, and no bettor mattresses can bp bought
anywhoro than we mako. Tho prices aio govornod by tho size of
the beds nnd number of pounds of hair used.