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EVENIXQ BULLETIN, OOrOBICll 4, 185)5
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SX.lie Sun l'i-iiiirlr Hum il of llcullli
'Iiiici femur Sclinoln
Tlio Hoard or ilonlth of tho City
-tH San l-Yiiiciseo has been prod-
Jin:; tho Board of Education of
'that city with a sharp stick for
rme months rust f r its remiss
Tlio exhibition by thoMem
bors of the Kile-liana Art
League 1ms given dccorativo
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OPS'- 111 1"t atlOIUllllg to 1110 S.llll- It UI1 HUpOlUS SUUI1 us "US nou
tary coudition of tin schools un-jbocn felt for years. Tlio China
painting tad lias reached us
and some handsome specimens
were shown in tho art rooms.
The material for doing the
work came from us and wo
now have in stock an elegant
assortment of Lncroix Tubo
Colors and Brushes, Burnishers
dor its charge. Tho Hoard of
.Education finally nindo tin offi
cial stato in-lit that they weie
jioworloss to romedy maltors for
vant of fund", whoioupon tlio
Hoard of Health took mtlteis into
its own hands by promptly clos-
lug tlio Itichnmmt District School
Ordway & Porter
roods new. Prices about as
ever heard of.
The Pacific Hardware Co.
and tluoutoning to close ..then if joiimnera useu in una umss ut
hiv woio not nlncil in n nroiier wor1' Hr pio ls complete
s.in'itm c .million ut once. , with tho finest asbortment o
The f -Hownm is tikon ttoin the colors, brushes, canvas nnci
Jail of tho 'JOtli, being pait of n1 frames for art work.
!miB mtioli- in nilntion to tho Elegant show rooms and
-lii'tny condition oi mi' .-win
-..iiriiri i.n)irim.J fTnlli.l jl llV! I
Four bundled mid (ifO-throo cheap as you
cooping ehildion wore dismissed I
Tom tlio Kiolimniui imirici
jvhool yosteid.iy. Tho plueo was
ondomned and closed by the
floard . f lloiiltli ou account of
.o raving pioper sewerage con-lec-tioim.
This is tno first con
lorni.ation of a public school
.milding in the history of the
I'lio Hoilth Oilicor hns had his
-e on tho school for some time.
Mj.irly two ucoks ago tho Board
if Health sout uotico t-i tho
"Uoaul -if Education uq testing
hat something bo done, .is tho
ilncr was in a dreadful condition
nd ii-hidonts in tho neighborhood
voio contiiiimlly complaining.
The School Department i short
f funds and wis poworls to
improve n.iitteis. The Board of
lfealth saw that sharp measures
iero necessury to abite tho nui--ance.
mid ut Wodmsdtiv's mot t-
?.... dm nlt.w.l II.IU iilnviirl nlitcml I
Whon ti health inspector v. sit
ed tho school yesterday morning
he found it running us usual. He
it once notified tlio prinoipil,
Mrs. A. E. Tionmn, that tho place
,ould liavo to ho closed.
Tho principal telophon6il Sup
Tintindeiit of Schools A. J. JIoul
Jer and naked for instructions.
'Dismiss tlio pupils till Mon
tiiy,' arswred the Suporiutend
rtnt on r the wiro.
Of couise, tho school will havo
to bo closed for a longer time
than to Monday noxt, but by
Monday tho departmout oxpoi-ts
iO know what to do with tho 453
pupils niid nine teachers. They
will bo apportioned among tho
schools in tho niighborhood for a
tim; in what numbers, though,
.tnd for how long has nutyot boon
definitely determined. Somo of
thorn will go to the Hamilton
Tho Richmond Distiict school
houho ic said to bo below tho olti
einl guide of the stroot on which
its sewer runs. It will requiro
about S'2000 to mako tho neeos-?arj-
It has now developed that thore
iro a lot of other schools whore
Jio .sanitary conditions ate such
is to i-insta-itly threaten tho
ao.ilth of the children.
Tlio living Primary Scliool on
jioiidwny, near Snusnme streot,
is said to bo in ovon a worpe con
dition than tho condemned ltich
ui oud Dibtiict School.
I ' ( ' "J? J777- - r' r"Ti-agra iqs. W,
TK il I t:u i .1 iiG".LIiirii;r
A. Naturally Hoiled
Wator, pronounced b'
jieoplo who know to ho
the best ou the Market.
This "Wator received
tho vory highost awnrd
uttho . . .
California :. Mcraafal
dOJURainisinoo the or
sjy gnnization of tho film
hns beon to supply the
pooplo of Honolulu with
first class fuinituro at a
m o d i u in price. T h o
growth of tho business is
tho best ovidnnco wo can
oflbr as a vorification
that wc have nover di
verged from our motto.
In this advuitiscmont
wo call your attontion in
a gouoral way to tho var
ious articles of furniture
wo carry by submitting
a fow dosigus of pieces
Mint should bo in evory
China Closets aro as
much in demand as bod
stoads, they aro no long
er in tho list of luxuries;
tho orazo for collocting
odd bits of China or brio
a brae, and tho desire to
keep them in a couvon
iont placo for showing
tootio'sfrioncls, Iuib made
the China closot indis
pensable "Wo have them
in various styles, single
or double, for wall or
cornor. Those in an-
ft(o oak nro fushionnblo
able, tho durability of
tho finish on oak has the
.ill'eet of making them al
ways appear new.
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ITHE uttor impossibility of an attompt to hnvo a din
2J ing mom woll furnishml without isideboird has
boon demonstrated in half t'io linn-s in Jfonolulu.
Thoro is no necessity for .. .yono ;;oing without one
whon they havo n stock like o Hi to dnw from Tho
olio shown is of quarter) d O.il: s.itm polish finish and
has Fronch hovol plato glim.n. In the hifjlior priced
sidoboards nmplo spaco is allovi -d for silverware. Our
stock of plain oak sideboirtls has nover boon equalled
Clan AVintcrbloom Thero is
rdv eimugh to about half fill this
4,rnnk. What shall I do, fill it
with papers ?
Mi-.. Winteibottom No; lot
yoi r futher pack it. Brooklyn
What bettor invostmont than a
' ight office coat, thuso wilt)iiug
tini days. Cool, comfoitablo and
Lnilieb on tho othor Jshindscan
lo liiioi shopiiing by post by
applying to L. B. Kerr for
samples. They should embrace
this opportunity, and got a singlo
-nid at wholesale piicis.
Conospoudenti of the Bulletin
y) iiould hand in their comiuunicn-
wiaiiH imily in tho day to insuro
,-r.b Mention. AH display ndvor-
i ,. inouts hhould be sent to the
" . Hiii'Mb ofiiui bofoio noon of each
on? Heading and "By Author-
'ty' notcos inuy bo hunt in any
IDIO lilt 2 . in.
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,'ni),i'1 ii.il Ci Mi ii luuli I. xi1
rrsnriM.n, diiiTiii.i, Kiit-ii
rrtllllL' cum lu muK fui It.
flic 01 i: ('
onlrui u iur ail
As n Tablo Bovorago,
jnlNE bureau is scarcely ado
; quato to hold all tho "shins,
underwonr, etc., of a gentleman
and wife; two buronus in a loom
uiako it lop-sided puiticuhuly
whon they are not tho same pat
tern. A CmiTONinn, no matter
what tho design or color, adds
fiuish to tho room just as a piano
doos to a parlor.
it may sound egotistical, but wo
hol-ovo wo havo tho luigost stock
of those articles to select from
outside Sun Francisco.
Oak is tho style oftonost selected
for the samo reason ns given re
garding China closets, but with
our stock thero is no limit us to
stylo of wood. Oak, Birch or Ash,
it is ull tho samo, wo can supply
tnom in twouty odd styles. Wo
havo them with or without toilots;
plain top and with eithor Gorman
or Fronch bevel mirrors, and
polished or varnishod surface
Tho half dozou drawers in a
Chiflbnior make it possible to
soparato the clothes and keep them
always in pluco. If youhavo evor
had one you know tho value; if
you liave not got one while tho
prico is below bed-ruck.
is a favorito and easily
loads all othor Mineral
Benson Smith & Co.
Wlmli'xulo niul retail uuviiU lor the Ha
jOU nvobiililv know what it is to scatter sowing, books, papers
tJ and sundries on shelves, bureaus and wherever is most con
vmiont. This has beon the caso with many peoplo because thoy
li'ivu uot bi'on nlilo to socuro tables ut anything like roasounblo
ptiees. Wo soil you tables with tojw '2'22'2 inches, elegantly finish
ed and durable, for $2.00. You'o paid double the money for smoo
thing of half tho value and then htoppod buying bociuso you con
sidered youisolf sold. Wo do not confine onrsolvos to this aheap
lino but havo them in overy conceivable stylo. Heavy quartoiod
o'll: with handsomoly caivod legs and brass mountings. Diniug
table') in endless vaiiety in either oak or wuluut.
Wo also carry a largo, stock of chairs uithlo for any room in the
hones As with tho tables tiio prico doponds largely upon 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 character soon in our store
is what pooplo havo bought olsowhoro and brought to us to liuvo made
over. Wo havo an upholstery department in which work of the
fun st character isdone. Pornups you've noticed ologantly upholster
ed Couches in tho show rooms ami thought thoy wore mado abroad 1
Thoy aro tho work of our men and we fool a just pride in turning
out work that compares favorably with that iiiiulo in tho hiigobt
iactoiios in the United Stains.
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111 I Ag if ' fin " '- -n. - .- tir.'-. -i
fijUB hair mattresses aro mado up in the best quality oftick
f ings, bound with tho best bod lueo, havo borders 1 inches
doop, stitched twico aiound.
Mattrossos made of moss have the same o.roon our part as
those of hair. Tho dill'erenco in jniei) is accounted for by the dif
H'oienco botwoon moss and hair. This wink has fho altontion of
oxporioncod'upholhtoiers, and no bettor inuttressos can bf bought
anywhoro than we mako The prices mo governud, by tho size of
the beds uud numbur of poun U of hair usd.