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EVENING BULLETIN, OOTOBtili 22, 1895
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; :trlMli Trvpit Mnraltlnc Arrma llrr
.ill Inllie I)lili-1 lorrllnrj.
Tho No Yrk Herald's corres
pondent at I'jiru, Brazil, cables ua
follows: Word has boen received
in Bio J uioiri) stilting that nu
armed Hritis'i forco is marching
Ibroi gh Bruz ban brr tory. The
tfjjoolivn point oftlio body is thutf
;part of Venezuela churned by tlio
British Qovornmoiit. Tho column
fens a'roady crossod the Tacutu
Officials of the Stuto Depart
ment nt "Washington, ?ays a dis
patch of tho Mth, believe that
Groat Britain lias definitely de
cided to refuse tho aibitratiou of
tho Venezuelan boundary dihpute.
"1 his belief leads 1 1 11. o micom
lurtublu fooliiig that serious
h'uuble is in store for the United
Stats, and Great Britain is blah
.o show Htubboru resistanoo t
tho florts of our Gumiiuo t to
apply tho lloi roo dodriuo to th s
Stuto Department oflicials of
high rank express tho belief that
Sir Juli.m l'aiinc l'oto, tho Bri
tish ISuibapsador, has returned to
Atnoricu with instructions to re
sist not only the demands of the
Venezuelans, but to maintain that
ho United States has no proper
-roico in tho niiitur beyond tho
exercise of its gond offices. This
opinion ia based on an intorviow
itb Sir Julian which appeared
in a Now York paper n few days
ago, telographed from Canndn.
Sir Julian said Hint while
Great I3.iiti.in might bo willing
to arbitrate certain phases allect
iug tho boundary dispute between
Jus cjuntry and Ventzuola, sho
would never consont to submit
the dispute to urb'trution, .is some
of the claims made by Venezuela
ivcro proposteious and affected
British rights that were too well
established t bo open to discus
sion. Ho went ho far as to men
tion tho lino bo) mid which Great
Britain would not iiibitnto, mid
this prompted region involves
tiie wkolo qutbtion.
Great sigmlicanco is attach
od to this interview by
the dtalo Department. Sir
-J ubaii bpuiit the past summer
ju England, and it is believed his
instructions are direct from Lord
?3alibbury. There has boon am
ple time for Lord Salisbury to
roach a conclusion as to his lino
of policy. Mr. Olney's forciblo
-and em)hatic dispatch to tho
Dritish Government was written
.tit Falmouth, nearly throe months
"igo, and submitted to tho Presi
dent at Gray Gabhs.
Secretary Oluey mndo a most
9xhautiYc report on the subjoct,
which, rrhilo it in no way chang
ed tho policy of tho Administr.:-
iion, thoroughly convinced tho
President and other mombors of
the Cabinet that tho admission
"by tho Uuitod States of Grout
J3r. tain's oluinn to Venezuelan
territory west of the Sckomburg
lino wuld bo a comjiloto ubau
JoncjeiH of the Monroe doctrine.
And want tho proper
thing both in cut and
style and desiro to
have thu latest Pat
tern you must call on
k t rin
S, Decker, Mpr,
Aim! Won't You Forget It?
itiHitv l'oit iMco.no no..
Vomttmotlmr Mellrltlso "Will Soon no
31udu u lteur.AdmIr.il.
Washington, Oetob r 1 1. Com -.niodoro
Thomas O. So fridge, prs
fidont of tho Nival Inspection
.Board, hns boon ordored to report
sit the Navy D partmont for ex
amination for promotion to the
;grado of Boar-Aimiral, in antici
pation of tho rotiromont of Boar
Admu.il 0. C. Oariontor in
"Po binary next.
The prospective promotion of
Commodore belfr.dgo to the rank
'jf Admiral will result in a stuto
of uii'uirH unprecedented in tho
1'iistorv of tho United States Navy.
It will show father and ton in tho
highest possiblo grado of naval
ssommond. In this case, however,
lho father is on tho retired list.
.Admiral Selfridgo Sr. is a resident
of this city, und is a vigorous old
xnan dospito bis curoor of over
Jour score yo.irs and ton.
A Naturally Boiled
Water, pronounced by
peoplo who know to bo
tho best on the Market.
This Wator received
tho vory highest award
at tho , . .
California :, Ioteraaiil
llRSiiil1,,, I Bilil
liW o" ; r-fi'iHGiinTi5?aaz2a i HfejHMSPfw'nv
C&3.' $.2t g-
yOJ n'm su,co l'10 or
5 gnnizntion of the firm
has beon to supply the
pooplo of Honolulu with
first class furnituro at a
tn e d i u m price. T h o
giowth of tho business is
the best ovidenco wo can
otter as a verification
that we have nover di
vergi d from our motto.
In this advsrtiscinont
wo call your attontiou in
u couoral way to tho var
ious articlos of furnituie
wo carry by submitting
a fow designs of pieces
that should bo in every
Ciiin'A Ci.osr.T3 arn as
much in demand as bed
steads, the' aro no long
er in the list of luxuries;
tho orazo for collecting
odd bits of China or brie
n brae, and tho desire to
keop them m a convon
iont place for showing
to ono's friends, has made
the China closot indis
pensable. "Wo have them
in various styles, singlo
or double, for wall or
jypJtiquo oak aro fashionablo
?p(c?llfctnu'l ",0 ihjrnbilitjr of
L EfSSC' VSJJthe fi lish on oak has the
3iiuei oi iuiiKing mem al
ways appear new.
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rHE utter impossibility of an attempt to havo a din
ing room well furmsliod without a sidebn.ird lm
boon demonstrated in half tho bourns in Honolulu.
Thoro is no necessity for anyone going without ono
whou they havo a stock like ours t driw from. Tho
ono bh wn is of quartered Oak satin polish finish and
has Fronch hool pl.ito glass. In the highor priced
sidoboards ample spaco is allowed for silverware. Our
stock of plain oak sideboards has nover boon oquallod
As a Tablo Boverngo,
is a favorito andlo.isily
loads till othor Mineral .
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I'm gjt U fw
a If -ifl l
(NU bureau is scnrcolv ado-
miato to hold all the idiinc
underwoar, etc., of a gentleman
and wife; twobiuoaus in a room
mako it lon-sidul tmrtmiilnilv
when tlay are not the hinne pat
tern. A CllirroMlut, no mattii
what tho des-gu or color, adds
finish to tho room just as a piano
doos to a parlor.
it may sound egotistical, but wo
bohovo no havo tho luigest btock
of thoso articlos to teleet from
outside San Francisco.
Oak is tho style oftouost selected
for tho samo reason as given re
garding Chinu closets, but with
our stock there is no limit n tn
stylo of wood. Oak, Birch or Ash,
it is all tho same, wo can supply
thorn in twenty odd styles. Wo
have them with or without toilets;
plain top and with either Gorman
or Fronch bevel mirrors, and
polished or vurnisliod surface.
Tho half dozou drawers in u
Chiflbnior make it possiblo to
soparato tho clothes and keep them
always in place. If youhavo ever
had ouo you know tho valuo; if
you huvo not got ono while tho
price is below bed-rock.
This city ought to havo a largo
-clu ral sooioty capablo of rondor-
. ing the works of tho great mastois.
31uah worit f un olemeutary
ochnrncter must bo dono before this
. is a possibility. Tho tchools aro
doing well in ths dirootion with
the children, and now tho class at
vtho Y. M. C. A. under a toachor
of thiity-yoars' exporiouco, offers
j-i lirstolaes ehanco for adults.
Tb s eirTt ought to bo supported
jon a pub'ic spi it-.'d niHiiuor.
Benson Smith & Co.
Wboleula on! retoll asonts for the Ha
fOU probably know what it is to scattor sowing, books, papers
and sundries on shelves, bureaus and wherever is most con
venient. Tin's lias beon tho case with many peoplo because thoy
havo not boon ablo to securo tables at anything like roasouablo
prices. Wo soil you tablos with tops 2'2x22 inches, olegantly finish
ed and durnblo, for $2.00. You'vo paid double tho monoy for some
thing of half the valuo and then stopped buying boo.iuso you con
sidered yourself sold. Wo do not confino oursolvos to this cheap
lino but havo them in every coucoivablo stylo. Heavy quartered
oak with handsomely carved logs and brass mountings. Dining
tables in endless vaiioty in either oak or walnut.
Wo also curry a largo stock of chairs suitablo for any room in the
hones. As with tho tablos tho prico doponds largely upon 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 enough for
pieces to got old. Tho only goods of that oharactor soon in our store
is what pooplo hovo bought olsowhero and brought to us to havo modo
over. Wo havo an upholstery department in which work of tho
finest character is done. Perhaps you've noticed ologantly upholster
ed Couches in tho slpow rooms and thought thoy wore mado abroad I
Thoy aro tho work of our mon and we fool a just prido in turning
out work that compares favorably with that mndo in tho largest
fnotories in tho United Stoles.
jQjUlt hair mattresses aro made up in tho best quality of tiok
&? ings, bound with the boat bod laco, havo borders -1 inches
deep, stitohod twico around.
Mattrossos made of moss have the same euro on our part as
thoso of hair. Tho ditl'erenco in prico is accounted for by the dif
ference botwoon moss and hair. This work has the attention of
oxporioncod upholstorers, and no bettor mattresses can be bought
anywhoro than we mako. The prices aro novornod by the size of
I tho beds and number of pounds of hair used.