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EVENING BULLETIN, OOTOHEll 21, 1895
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Pundouioiiium, or som 'tiling
liko it, ro'g .cil for a while :it tl o
corner of liotpl a nl Lrt streets
last Salimluy evening.
It was :i hot night, ntnl a large
nutnbt-r i'f thirsty people woiu
passing in nml out of thu 1'uu
thcon. when tho Salvntion Army
fiime alolli nnil.liv in.iUini' i-i n-
Gitlerably inoro noise tlum iiuid,
so auginonteil tho crowd that it
was diihcu.t to got by.
Just as everything- was boom
it g.inchuling tho big ilium, Nigol
5 ckson and his electrical mu
ch iuo hnrriod up and. got ting ns
close as possible to tho red
jersey.-., started in opposition.
Hotel trott was packul solid
in livo minutes and Jackson's
lug hat holpor and t'.o loudest
to cud i'f tho nrtny . eiu'.oivorod
strenuously to uuisiio.i one an
other. "Salvilion is free, gantiomoii.
end yo i are on your way tu"
'"got n 'heck of lightning"'
V offer up our pniyeis!''
'"niily tin cents a t.mo'"
"Cimo u iv before it is to hit
und" ' t-y your mi-sclo against
tho bjtton !" "D.n't it!
To-iioirow you raiy be'' ''rigiit
here u tlio ornui!'' "Now is
tln time t " "tost the strength
Mt-intimc Jim D dd too'? id
vauUgo .if both shuns to sell
uiore boor than before
A .lli'iity Argument.
Tho fillowing dialogue took
plac helwoo i twj .uu u.u s loot
butch r Sau rday i ftorno n.
".ray. Ilarry, d d yo i git on t
tho big d-iti o wid the tir o n face
that coiuo in about ' ovou 'tinorn
ii g askin' fci Hamburg steak!
"Sho had un a job Kit suit of
Jup crepo u'a pa.r f hum eovors
'Wasn't sho a b'p darling?"
"Nan! You don't sio her ti j
as any pnzo package, do yuhf
She h.id a logulur crup gamu
in ug too much boms.
'"But, guy, sho w.isn't a bologuy
'longsido o' the littiu spnrorib
what j mped up to tlio counter
jest lunch time.
".Says she, Young ninu, kin
you give men primo g.aden 10 stf
"Says I, 'lltok'u so, .Miss; 1
'never bend o' one o' them kids
before, but if you'll gimme a tip
omU shape, I'll try.'
"'Why, 'she says, mo host fil
ler's coinin' up ton glit to tab
bltdoto at the bourd'u house an 1
want a nico roast beef with ten
U.ruess .in' expression; an' lettuce
'u p.wsuly fiewey on the platter:
"'C-rt, s's I, an' I sawed hr
oil a duis-y, but 1 swoiir 10 Mr. W.
0. Smith 1 was so r.ittlnl I noarly
telesc cd my chin into my palate,
trym' to talk pretty.
"Bnui'fsho wasn't tlio Lard-do-tlah
ist Rococo 1 ever souu in
"Aftor I'd wrapped u( tho cow,
1 got pioud on my ftet 'n I says,
"here's a dollar foul, lady, for
Joity cents an' if vou say so I'll
ihrow in a couple of slices of calf
ior your feller.'
"any! She slung doivu throo
Jbits, grabbed her bundle un skun
with her snout about eight f et
Jr. t to air.
What ailed her, hoy!"
Tho party of tho first pait care
iully spioud a look of disgust
ovo ly over his foaturos, and ro
"You bettor chase yourself out
io Puliation mi' git Ilosuier to
viie up jour thinker.
''Them wheels )mo got their
cogs wore oil'."
'Hi rue l.illln .tlulilo I'l diii Schuul.
Time little iiiulcls rrom iliuol trljrtt bj.
Out huh u iull(. of Wai.iiMti'
One wurt a 'loUlo .luimueu
.lld one rvfi u lluule, lulr to m.'i;.
Due unh Ijuuluoti d, fne uore hIiil,
One hud htlun iiiiitn tied tu lur tot'H.
ynd I linked mill n illi'itlon us bliu cuuie 1 1 i I j
.Ml 1 (ueli Utile inilldcn nuuli- rent)
"OU, licle inn lien, mj liuiun nkluiitil uulil"
"WIKI tl utieKei oi lM, Mie nam
''lA.i'tn L .Li. it I nL ,1 mv itiitnTr,,.1 fnlp C
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"Fiirnumii lucujuut nil to "leiieu my li.ilr."
"Ami where ore yon K"'"H '")' linolu innltl ?
"I In Koliiy tu li Jour luce lor
Tour Impudence, n-l-l-r," -liu s--alil."
And lie did
A 'I lil-eat.
tJttlu boy litiie, uli) blow tliutliorti
M all lioum ot the nllitanil at break of morn,
l.viry lillei n minutes 01 bo?
I'd like to Bllliulier, but. Huh .In,
you frlbten old .luiilieu li.dl lodifttli,
JVud lliut K Hut liuraiiuljiiitl tiikcH my bruit h.
.-mile ol tlao 1ujh 1 II play lin-ane
Anil I'll Kink bloodj liii; roek In jour brain.
And jour naituei lu crime wllli Lis lildcoiie
I'll r.uii lliuktUKa tlirouKU lilm ml libitum.
' Ai d 1 II net otf cluaply, in you will ,
Tluough a lustlh'blo Intunliy ilea.
IJut we'll near never more )our tliunderlnj:
jt tlio to a. in drill of tlio toldlir boje.
Ami want tho iro)iT
tmnj' both in out niul
style ntul desire to
have the latest Pat
tern vou must call on
Medeiros a$ Co.
S. Decker, Mgr,
And 1ont Yon Forget It?
A Naturally Boiled
Water, pronounced by
people who know to ho
thu best on the Market.
This Wator recoivul
tho vory highest award
at tho . . .
Califoraia :. Iiitaatiooal
As a Tublo Boverngo,
is a favorite- and.oaeily
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loads all othor Mineral
Benson Smith & Co.
Wholeajlo nn 1 retail agouts for the Ha
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V?.kb.rr7-fr c.6r -."y-jgailio fn ish on oak has the
fF; -aiLrygprsJefii-t-t of making them al
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VbU jirohably know what it is to scatter sowing, hooks, papors
y and suudiios on shelves, bureaus and wherever is most con
venient. This has been the caso with many peoplo because they
lrivo not boon able to socuro tables at anything liko roasonablo
prices. "Wo sell yni lablos with tops 2'Jx2'2 inches, olegantly finish
ed and durable, for 12.00. You'vo paid double tho monoy for some
thing of half tho value and thou stoppod buying bcciitiso you con
sidered yoursolf sold. Wo do not conlino onrsolvos to this cheap
lino but havo them in every concoiv.iblo stylo. Heavy quartoiod
oak with hands'imoly carved legs and brass mountings. Dining
tables in endloss vaiiety in either oak or walnnt.
Wo also carry a laige stock of chairs suit'iblo for any room in tho
hones. As with tho tablos tho prico depends largely unon tho qua
lity; wo havo no old stock so that ago of tho goods makes no dif
ference in tho prico. "Wo do not keep furniture long enough for
pieces to got old. Tho only goods of that oharactor soon in ourstoro
is what peoplo havo bought olsowhero and brought to us to havo mado
over. Wo havo an upholstery department in which work of tho
finest oharactir isdono. Porhaps you've noticed ologantly upholstor
od Couches iu tho show rooms aud thought thoy wore mado abroad I
Thoy uro tho work of onr men and we fool a just prido in turning
out work that comparos favorably with that made in tho largost
factories in tho United States.
lUll aim sinoo the or-
has been to supply un
people of Honolulu with
first class fnrnituro at a
n-odium price. Tho
growth of tho business is
tho hi'st oviih-tii'o wo can
ofi'oi as a verification
that we linvi- never di-vi-rg
d from our motto.
In this ndvortisomoiit
wu cill your attontion in
a geuorul way to tho var
ious articles of furniture
wo carry by submitting
a few doigns of pieces
that should ho in every
China Clohkts urn ns
much in d'-'niuul as bod
steads, they aro no long
er in tho list of luxuries;
the orazo for collecting
odd bits of China or brie
it brae, and tho desire to
keep them in a conven
ient place for showing
toouo's friends, has made
the China closot indls-pi-nsablo.
Wo have them
in various styles, singlo
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rv ur uuuu c, mi wan ur
4 V (im-iwir- rl1ll ran 1 nti.
Vwrvtt nun unl; nrn
W bocauso thov arc
tho ilmnlnlitv ol
i. 1 IlXTl.
of tho firm
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'HE utter impossibility of an att:upt to havo u din
ing room wo'! furn-sliud without a sidehrvn-d lmU
been demonstrated in half tlio honi-s in Honolulu.
Thorn is no nec-ssity for anyono going without ono
when they havo a stock like ours to dnw from. Tho
no i!i .wn is '.'.ju-irteivd Onk satin polish finish and
Ins 1'V'ich l.-i.-' plito glass. Ln tho higher priced
sidob mnls ample spacu is allowed for silverware. Our
stock of plain oak sidibo.uds has never boon oqualled
14 uiirenu is, scurciiiv tmc-
1'iato to hold all tho ehnis.
uiiuorwoar, tc., i.l a geiitl-m..n
and wife; tw buioaiiu to -i loi.in
make it .oj.-.sidiil pnt.ct.ln
when they uiv u-t tin .-... eint
tern. A Ciiirro.Mrt n. iuntt 1
what tho dcs'g.i oi c.iior, mhU
finish to tho room just as a piunu
doos to u parlor.
it may sound egotistical, but wo
bolicvo uo havo tho hugest stock
of these articles to select from
outside San Francisco.
Oak iB tho style oftouosl selected
for tho Bamo reason as given le-
garding China closets, but with
our stook thero is no limit as to
stylo of wood. Oak, Birch or Ash ,
it is all tho same, wo can supply
them in twonty odd styles. Wo
havo them with or without toilots;
plain top and with eithor Gorman
or French bevel mirrors, nnd
polished or varnishod surface.
Tho half dozou drawers in a
Chiiibnior mako it possible to
soparato the clothes and keep them
always in place. If youhavo ever
had ono you know tho valuo; if
you have not got one while tho
prico is below bed-rock.
fifijUlt hair mattresses are mndo up in tho best quality of tick
C? ings, bound with the host bed luco, have borders -1 inches
deep, stitchod twieo around.
Mattrossos mode of moss havo the samo enro on our part as
those of hair. Tho dtllerenco in prico is accounted for by the dif
fi'orenco botwoon moss and hair. This work lias the attontion of
oxporioncod upholstorers, and no bettor mattresses can bf bought
anywhoro than wo mako. Tho prices mo govornod by tho size of
the beds and number of pounds of hair used.
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