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EVENING BULLETIN, NOVEMBER 20, 1895
TIIIIY MAKE A IIIOII HAUL.
t'nrso .V. Co. Loio 820,000
at Cripple Creek.
Colokado SrniNas, Nov. 12.
Tho Wells-Fargo ExproBS Com
pany has givon out tho following
official statement of tho robbery at
the Siinta Fe depot last night:
Twonty thousand dollars were
sent from Douver to tho First
National Bank at Colorado
Springs in tho early afternoon.
The money wms roceivod about 4
o'clock, too l.ito to bo dolivored
to tho bank. Tho packago con
taining tho money was placed
in tho depot snfo, and both doors
locked. Evidontly tho thieves
knew it was there. Whon No. 6
train cuno in. about 0:13, thero
were other packages aboard, with
cuireucy to the amount of '35.000,
consigned to the same uuuk.
These puckugos woro dolivercd to
the ngunt and placed in the enfo.
After tho train hud departed,
Agent Goorgo Krout went to tho
puuiorm to Htr.tiguten tuo trucks
standing thero, and when ho re
turned to the office Lo was met
at tho door by two masked men
with drawn revolvers Tho pack
age containing $20,000 was de
manded, and tho agent was com
pelled to opon tho snfo and give
it up. The ugout said nothing
about tho remaining packages,
and tho robbers left nt onco.
When Krout enterod the ofiico
two men, ono tall and the other
short, confronted him with revol
vers and commaudod him to
throw up his hands. Krout ohoy
ed. Thou ono of tho robbers said:
".Not a word from you. Wo
want you to open that safe and bo
quick about it."
With trombiing hands ho slow
ly turned tho combination. Whon
tho door swung open Krout ex
plained that thero was only ono
package thore, and, roaching in,
picked up tho ouvelope containing,'
fUU.UOO, which ho handed to the
short mun. llo then closed tho
heavy door, lvrout's action in
handing out tho $20,00(1 package
and closing the doors of the safe
saved tho company 35,000. Du
ring all this time the thieves did
not appear in the least excitod.
The robbers ordered Krout to
undress himself and get into bed.
After he had done so, one of tho
mon took pains to sou that the
quilts and comforters were drawn
tightly over Krout's head and
tucked down. Thon they loft.
Whon Krout plucked up courage
to go outsido there was no ono in
Beforo 11 o'clock posses woro
scouring tho vicinity of tho depot.
Bloodhounds traokod tho "men
aloug Pike's Peak avonue through
the heart of tho city, and on the
theory that they would go to Crip
ple Oreok. over tho Cheyonno
mountain road, a posso started
from that city to head them off.
Tho depot agent was not 100
yards from Krout's office while
the robbery was being committed,
but know nothing of it until in
formed by Krout.
".lew Woman" Denned by an Old .Tlau
The now woman is protty homo
Sho wits always old, but was
uovor good form till now.
She knows hor husband by
Tolls hor ago without asking.
Wears loose shoes nud tight
Pays twice tho price of natural
vinlots for artificials and woars
them from choico.
Rewrites fiction into history to
read at tho Mutual Admiration
Eats raw onions to put into
etfect hor hoaven-born right.
Docliues to dance befuro being
asked and plays checkers all night
with a dude.
Brags that she hasn't road
'" Goes to theator in tho afternoon
and to church in the evening.
""'"V Hunts foxes in wintor with
$!.. , .i$firVi".Soner'ltOH nohodios in
.1.-3 i Buoiety.T-Philudolphia Times.
JuMgoXluludeJ idWi Record.
HMgo-rA', WudeJ U'Wi
Hduskoopor Heib; you! just
I'lyou' louvo', or'. IUb setJutho dog .
T&inpI'lwVt, nVatii-r. "'Got
, iil, say;, 1!Yes'i,,ifium, I'll fp
... . - " wf
.in to, toll vo of anew and sure
tJootl ' day1,
I1UIU iW ULLlAIU'iaiHI IUU IMill WIIIUJl
'tiiia " Isow lork
When It Comes
Geo. H. Hiiddy
Tout Shikkt, oit. Catholic Mrsm.v.
Hour.i from 0 a.m. to 4 p.m.
XULttt wer fomf? lainft
Hollister -:- Drug
Agcuts tor tho Hawaiian Islands.
Clocks, Watches and
Owing to railing health, 1 wish to close
out my business early noTt yenr. To this
(jud I will soil my outiro stock or
Clocks, Watches and
ms TOC1S TOK CfSH.
GREAT BARGAINS WILL BE GIVEN.
Campbell Block, .... Merchant St
Wanted at the Louvre
01 N'iiuhuu btreut.
6000 men daily to drink tho S000
..FAMOUS SEATTLE BEES,..
ICE COLD ON DRAUGHT.
l'ostofflce Box 475
STERER : AND
ER : IN . . .
Furnlture, Bedding, Etc., Etc.
Contractor and Qulltiur.
No. 89, Nuunnu street.
Hoh'ou 'lmhd Coffins, Camphor Trunks,
Miittiug, WflrdrolxjH, Desks, Matreiscs.cto.
Eft" Coll in'altd inspect goods.
To Disinfectants wo still have
plenty, our stock has not
been exhausted, and now
arrivals are on hand.
Van Doom & Co., Fort Street
Next Liicah' l'laning Mill, will have
frrsh every day
MACHINE MADE POI
KALIHI POI FACTORY,
Which wll' 1k sold to families in large or
small quantities. No Co.main.
W. L. WILCOX,
Proprietor Knlihi Voi Factory.
Store open wcnlngs.
K". T. BUHGESS
Repairs Garden Hos , Sprinklers Water Taps.
Saw Filing nntl nil kinds or Toola Shnrp
ened, including Carving Knives and Scis
sors. Lnwn Mowers repaired nod for rent.
Also, Setting Qlnss in fnct nil kinds of
Jobbing. Work called for nnl returned.
Shop and residenca en Miller street.
King up Telephono 852. 1-tf
Wliolesale Dealer in Japanese
Liquors and Provisions, Sakl a specialty,
Allen STnEET. Telkimione 703.
YEE ON CO.,
317 Ntiuanu St. 1. O, lloi 143.
Watchmakers and Manufactur
Repairing of Watches ana .low dry, ALL
Importers of Watches and Clocks ol Finest
509, Hotel street.
CHOCK SING, Manager.
First-clais meals at regular rates. Fowl
served on Thursdays and Sundays.
Board by week $4.50.
gj& For best quality ol llnnillaCigars,
Cigarettes and Tobacco come to Hop Slug's
next door. 147-tf
WING WO & CO.,
Manufacturers and dealers in Ladies',
Boots, - Shoes, -
IS? - Gaiters.
No. 35 Nuunnu St. -
1'. O. Box 103.
fJ9 Hoots and Shoes made to order in
best style at holesalo and Itctail pricos.
LIN SING- KEE,
PLUMBER AND TIN SMITH.
403 Hotel stroot, Honolulu.
QUONG SAM KEE & CO.
Importers and Dealers In General
Wholesale Wine and Spirit Merchants,
145 Corner Ring and Maunakea Sts.
C T. AKANA,
No. 324, Nunanu street.
Fine Suitings made to order at lowest prices.
145 Clothes cleaned and repaired.
No. 408, Nuuanu stroot.
Has just received a now line or
DKY GOODS, LADIES AND GENTS'
SHOES AND GENERAL MEROHAN
DISE. Agent for tho following rico plantations:
Waiplo, Waiawa, Woimalu, Waialua,
Kanoohe and Kapalama,
0 My rico from Kancoho is marked
L A aud is guaranteed Al.
I'. O. Box 111, .... Telephone 109.
C. W. Macfarlane,
9 ' ,fc
8Il Cast! -Sxcrs j4ml
HOTEL STREET, OPPOSITE ARLINGTON BLOCK.
CHOICE FRESH GROCERIES
Just ojioned n full unci comploto nrisortraont of tho
luxuries nnil tlulicncics from ovory civilized nntion,
which will bo sold lowor thun tho lowest. . . .
Fresh California Creamery and Island Butter.
FAMILY TltADK A SPi:cl V I.TY.
All Goods dcliTercd promptly. Civility and overy attention given to customers at
COWAN'S CASH STORE.
A Nitturally Boiled
Wntor, pronounced by
people wbo know to bo
tho best on tho Market.
This Water received
tho vory highost award
at tho , . i
CiiiMia :. Intornti onal
As a Tablo Boverago,
is a favorito andoaBily
loads all othor Mineral
Benson Smith & Co.
Wholesale and retail agents for the Ha
FOR . . .
TINWARE, CROCKERY, HARD
WARE, CIGARS, ETC,
At lowest pricos, go to
WING TAI LUNG.
331 Nuuanu street.
CHEONG KEE CO.,
All kinds ol tinware, crockery,
eto, at lowest prices
141- Nuuanu and Hotel streets
With or with
Top. . . .
Will tako or
ders for nil
Harness of every Description
P. O. Box 292, Tol, 20.
BRAUNSCHWEIGER - & - CO,
Importers anoLIquor Merchants.
No. fi, Drmiiin Street, - - San Francisco.
I'OIl SALE IN nULK.
AuemcAy llounno.v Wiiiskiki hi Hontl per
barrel containing about 40 gallons each
at various prices according to ago and
Camfoknia Grai-k Dhastiv inJiond por
barrel ot about 40 to CO gallons.
Jo thrceltbrattd Cine Wiitkies:
"Lxtra Pony" Jlourlwn Whisky, 12 bottles,
3 gallons por caso.
"llearprass" Ilourbon Whisky, 12 bottlos, 2
2-5 gallons per caso.
"Old Pioneer" llonrbon Whisky, 12 bottles,
2 2-5 gallons per echo.
"Tennessee White Ityo" Whisky, 12 bottles,
2 2-5 gallons per caso.
CALIKOltNIA 1'OltT WINES, SHKltltlES,
Sond orders by mail. SatUraction gua
ranteed, Braunschweiger & Co.,
I-U'lin No. 0, DrnmmBtreet.
E. 13. THOIMAS,
CONTll.VCTOR AUD IIUILDKtt
Estiniutcs givon on nil
kinds of Stone, Brick nnd Wontl
work. King Blroot. -17- If
TOM CHUNG KEE,
No. 47, ... Nuuanu street.
Dealer in Ladies' nnd Gentle
Hoots and 81ioes to order. I use tho best
material. Goods warranted tow cur well. 14a-
4000 tons is due on or about
And will have immediato dispatch ror
fjSF For particulars of freight and pas.
Bago opply to
Ul THEO. H, DAVIES & CO, Ltd.
As a first-class bathing
resort with new bathing
suits nnd everythn?g
completo pertaining to
a iirst-clnss bathiig
B This resort will
bo run under the direc
tion of tho Hawaiian
IJotel and will bo run
under the management
of Mrs. P. M. Lucas.
will bo enlarged
throughout and will
bo tho finest bathing
resort on tho coast.
And want tho proper
thing both in cut and
stylo and desiro to
have the latest Pat
tern you must call on
edeiros $ Co,
S. IlBckBr, Mgr,
Ami Don't You Forget It?
D. J. CASHMAN.
SAIL AND TENT MAKER.
Awnings a dpooialty. Over Cali
fornia Food Company's store.
W. H. WINCHESTER ,
HAltNESS MAKER AND SADDLER,
Soils Hawniian trees nnd ro-covers
Our Motto is :
"Tako Pains and Koop Customers."
115 Rcthel St., between King nnd Hotel.
Tho Bus man will send
busses to private residen
ces for passengers to Wai
kilci without extra charge;
private parties can be ac
commodated at reduced
rates, but remember this,
that a bus or wagonetto
will call at your private
residonco and take you to
Waikiki and bring you
back at tho regular street
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IHll.tf N 111
Kiso and Nuuakd Stiieets.
tlir Comment is unnecessay.
Aloha Bath House.
NEXT TO MARINE RAILWAY; PAT
rous brought Iree Irom tho tug-boat
wharl on telephoning No. C85. FuruiBhod
rooms to let oa tho promises.
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