Newspaper Page Text
v ' "
i --wn V-
V 'J 1 '-'?''!.--. . ,,.i?' i
:.,- l,- 1 - .-',.
' s .
';.- ,EVENIN& Bltoimtf jMffitOH 28, lg.9,0.
J i i ii r -- - - - - -- . . - -- i- . .
ANNALS OF nAKArAIiA-IlV-TIIK-
On or about May 1st wo
will movo into. our new quart
ers, corner of Hotel and
Bethel streets, three floors will
be used to carry on our ever
increasing business, and we
will open with the finest stock
of House Furnishing Goods
ever imported into this coun
try. Our Showrooms will be
so arranged that you can tell
exactly how a set of furniture
looks when it is set up in your
own home; Booths will bo
furnished complcto with Par
lor Suits, Dining Hoom Suits,
Bedroom Suits, etc. Our Din
ing "Room Furniture will be in
sets with Bric-a-brac to match.
Odd pieces to match almost,
any set can almost always be
had. Nothing sots off a dining
room as prettily as ono of our
Combination Sideboard China
Our Bedroom Suits will
comprise Plain and Quartered
Oak with French Beveled
Mirrors, Plain and Curly
Birch, plain Birdsoyo Maple;
Mahogany, and Eiiamul and
Cold, and wc havo Combin
ation Wardrobe Chiffoniers to
match. A pretty Combination
' Secretary Bookcuse is a handy
piece of furnituro to have
around. These goods will "be
direct from the factory and
the very latest designs. J f wc
don't happen to havo exactly
what you want in the funiiturw
line, expert mechanic will
mako it for you and satisfaction
guaranteed or no salo. We
make a specialty of Cedar
Our Repairing Department
is complcto in every particular.
First-class Upholsterers will
mako your old mattress look
new, furnituro repaired at your
own homo if desired, Matting
and Carpets laid by experts
with dispatch. Special atten
tion paid to Renovating Par
Ourstock of Portier Curtains
are the finest ever brought to
Honolulu. Wo havo Tablo
and Stand Spreads to match.
Patont Spring Shades, Cornice
Poles, etc., aro littlo things
that you will need in furnish
ing your homo. Wo have a
complete stock. Our Hair and
Spring Mattresses made to
order havo a leputation in Ho
nolulu for fine workmanship
and. durability. Honolulu peo
plo, can 'wo do anything for
you, do you want anything in
tho furnituro lino, it don't make
any difference what it is, come
to us. Wc can accommodate
you and will guarantee, satis
faction in every particular and
at prices that will meet with
iV j Ordway&PoviMv
w & . -:
', .'Y t'-f '
1 ; "' - ; in '
" A s 'A,w)
A I x - tJ ' ' j ., ' . ' '
Corner Hotel and Bethel
3 . W
', S. . . "'
i.1 rt , ,' s.v. . T " .; tho nicut; and like Cox, in "Cox MCfT
x . ; '' '-v'." ' 'fe and Box," wo Bhould not ontor tho .' Hka
W . ' .''. " T.. !J i 1 "S. ,W I II II ism ' ' ". ' L
...; ; , ;. ;, ;'7 . ouiBluo ngnin until morning, Tho X1
" ,' i ,,.,, v ' r;. ' " .' ' , A. ,3 lmppy fnmily, oonBiBling, wo A V
' ' "X ,i . ' ','..'. ' ! :'.'; ' ro loil to boliovo from certain ' ', '
.. W. r'V--.
K Furniture -
.' ," ;
Ordway & Porter's New Quarters.
M r '
'.' ' .tYP - .IF
"H,. . jet ) - .ju,A f nil llini-nut nf ilifnn uitiu nt it xi...! ' J ." flfl
? . 9ufif ' . "" '"?"" ""'"" "un ,k. c
: - Dealers o
"lisne,- ? "'-, ."k
Streets, Honolulu, H, I.
-. - , JfcjfifeiiiJfV ' . ..
''"Wo should lay up in our minds
u store of goodly thoughts in woll-i
lf11rli4 tmIcf itflllitli nllAllll lift
niuiiju nuiiio, iioiv.il ouvum "s1i
it living tronsuro oC knowlcdgo, '
at various times, and umidBt nll'1
the shifting of circumstances, wo;
migiu uq suro ot uritwing soino
comfort, guidanco and sympathy." -
umiuron snouiu no componca
to memorise rich gems of proso'
and verso. This is a part of school
work in England, and especially
on tho continent of Europe. It
is an ovory-day punishment for
nnv fnnlf AVritn an tnrmv lilirva- '
nt tliia tlm lfi ft,. l!i,nt Nmi Wti
Wl WHO ML KltHll AXUJ ItllUS JLA Will
"What hotter preparation for
tho day's work can tho teacher
mnko, than by bathing, as it wore,
tho minds of his pupils in tho
living fountains of thought which
lmvo issued from tho noblest
That class of readers whoso
morbid, or rathor misdirected, ap
pctito loads them to seek for and
to diooBO tho lightest of "light
fiction" trash! havo of lato boon
chasing after n novol which is
now pronounced and condomncd
by tho astute critic as having
"nothing of any merit about it, or
in it, but its title" That, certain
ly, waB a "happy thought," and
might load anyono on to scan its
weak and unhealthful pages.
""What is its titloi1" Excuscz
moi. Kossuth when imprisoned for
his political crimes (?) asked for
an English biblo,Shakospearo and
a dictionary. It is a pity that tho
firBt two aro .so often neglected by
many who presume to term them
Wo had an argument with our
friond tho other day; short-lived;
but "conclusive ovideneo" contain
ed therein, viz.: ho admitted that
ho hod Boon "ono (only) vory
largo calico cat" within our boun
daries. Very well. So havo wo;
but wo havo. heard uot a sham
fight by night, but a moat despor
ato pitched battle. Ono cat can
not fight alone cau ho? It
brought back to us at onco aB if
wo wore still thoro, tho Btago of
tho ''Boston Theatre" and in tho
"front contor" tho six-foot fiRiiro
of a man in faultless ovoning
dress, his face tho perfect typo of
tho English nobleman; it was tho
"play-actor," tho man of genius,
SotJiorn.Tho'play was 'Dundreary,'
and as ho stood thoro, the glass of
fashion and tho mould of form,
tho observed of all obsorvers,
ovory eyo in that crowded theatre
and ovory lorgnette leveled upon
him, repeating tho lines of that
most humorous soliloquy, ho of
fers tho quotation: "Birds of a
feather Hock together." And then
with tho most completo staro at
the audience and a soft, low, inamo
laugh ho says in a meditativo, .
questioning tone: "Flock to-
g other. Any fool knows that.
tow can ono bird ilock alono !'
Tho inimitable Sothorn has play
ed his part. "Wo shall not look
upon his like again." It was
Napoloon you know who had also
the Bamo rarofaoulty of withdraw
ing all expression from his face to
frustrate an observer.
Perhaps wo havo not yot told
you all that wo havo sinco our
groat Christmas troat hofo at St.
Paul's (not London ! Makapala,
North Kohala, Hawaii; but yet
wo sot our mark pretty high, aim
at something if wo don't quito hit
it) rented our kitchon o' nights.
Yos. Wo mean to say tho happy
family, drawn thithor at that
inarrio season, has sinco moved
in, bag ami baggago lots ot bag
gago. Now, possession you know
vory woll is nino points of tho
law, and tho H. P. undorstaud it
too. Thoro has not boon vory
muon saiu anout tno rontai on
thoir part; and, as nil inquisitivu
noss and intruBivoness wus knock
ed out of us whon wo were young,
wo do not quito know the numbor
of our toimnts, but thoy aro legion.
Tho tacit understanding was,
shortly aftor Christmas ovo, that
wo should shut tho window at
sundown and hasp tho door for
tho night; and liko Cox, in "Cox
and Box," wo should not ontor tho
ouisiuo again until morning, Tho
happy fnmily, consisting, wo
nro lad to boliovo from certain
uimia and uniuidH, foot print mul
nil thoroHt, of tlirooHoUot piwmtH
and thoir Progeny, nuraori to
ontor wjioro tho eorrugwtod wnf in
4- ' ti
I. iti A