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available as a magnet in our shop 3.5"x2.5"
- The Hawaiian Islands are also known as
the 'Sandwich Isles' and 'The Aloha State' - Five-O (50th state)
Niʻihau, Kauaʻi, Oʻahu, Molokaʻi, Lānaʻi, Kahoʻolawe, Maui and Hawaiʻi.
Local Time and Weather Forecast - Trend for Hawaii - Honolulu - Waikiki in Fahrenheit and Celsius.- provided by Wunderground.com -
The weather in Hawaii is very consistent throughout the year, with only minor changes in temperature.
Hawaii experiences only 2 seasons; summer (Kau) from May to October and winter (Hooilo) from November to April.
The average daytime summer temperature (sea level) is 85° F - 29.4° C.
The average daytime winter temperature is 78° - 25.6° C.
Temperatures at night are approximately 10° F. lower.
This part is under construction and more translations from the Dutch language coming soon.
About us: continued at bottom of page, after historic pictures from the The Netherlands and late 1800's advertisements.
- Dedicated to my grandparents -
WIILEM FREDERIK VAN NIMWEGEN and his wife BERTA THEODORA RENSEN.
Shop owners and Traders on "WESTERKADE 3, 7 and 8" in the city of Utrecht - The Netherlands, from circa 1885 until 1958.
- Het Nieuwe BOTERHUIS en UTRECHTSCHE INLEGGERIJ van Haring, Rolmops en Mosselen. -
- BAZAR Fa. Gebr. Van Nimwegen Westerkade 5 en 5a (naast Café de Zwaan) en Catharijne Singel 127, Utrecht. -
Circa1928 - 1958. Telefoon (3400) 14777
- My fathers PHARMACY - Drogisterij "De Vijzel", Soesterweg 275, 3812 AJ Amersfoort - The Netherlands, from 1949 - 1956 -
Westerkade - Utrecht - The Netherlands - anno 1880.
(from the North - Oosterkade on the left) with Vaartse-Rijn canal, a connection between the Amsterdam-Rijn canal and the canals of the city of Utrecht. When logistics changed this hub lost it's importance.
Westerkade anno 1938 (from the North).
Westerkade 7, Utrecht.
Boterhuis en De Utrechtsche Inleggerij - Anno 1907.
Aunt Johanna Granddad Dad Grandma Uncle Daniel
and Jannetje Behind left: Uncle Willem
The horse tram 'Terminal' circa 1915 that turned in front of their shops.
Below the Bazar at Westerkade 5, extended by their sons.
Circa 1928 - 1932. Note the removed tram rails and turning point.
Westerkade - Utrecht - The Netherlands - anno 1902 (from the South).The horse tram turned at the far end and near the old toll bridge.
Westerkade anno 2005 (from the North)
House number range 1-38 - ZIP/Postcode 3511HA Utrecht.
v.l.n.r. - Westerkade 8a, 8, 7 en 6 - Anno 1907.
Below: A painting made circa 1650 of Westerkade, Utrecht, viewed from the City Wall, above the Toll entrance with Toll bridge.
At number 8 was the first 'Inn' for seafarers 'In Den Hulck'.
In commemoration of the Inn, later 'Den Ulch', a medallion after the original stone signboard is still located above the front door of #8.
Right: the original signboard in 'Centraal Museum Utrecht'.
Today it is a Bed and Breakfast place again...
Saturday morning 9 o'clock,
Opening of the New Butterhouse,
Every buyer of 1½ pound Butter, receives a large St. Nicolas-Lover FREE, or if preferred half a pound of Cheese.
Huismoeders denkt er aan
Niet alleen des Zaterdags maar ELKEN DAG
Krijgt een ieder die een pond Boter koopt een half pond cadeau en bovendien een groote Sucade-Koek of naar verkiezing
een half pond beste Friesche Kaas of twee versche Eieren en een half ons geurige Thee,
en bij een half pond een ons boter en een Ei Cadeau.
35, 38, 40, 42, 45 en 50 ct. per pond.
Eenigst adres in het Boterhuis
Westerkade 8, buiten Tolsteeg,
naast den Heer WOLVENBUTTEL, Meester Bakker.
Gaarne wordt de Boter enz. wekelijks aan huis bezorgt, briefkaart wordt vergoed.
Na minzame aanbeveling, W.F. v. NIMWEGEN.
Nuttige Cadeaux. Fraaie Cadeaux.
Wekkers, Vazen, Wollen Dekens, Emmers, Tijlen, Glaswerk, Huishoudelijke Artikelen, etc. Cadeau.
8. WESTERKADE. 8.
W.F. VAN NIMWEGEN.
Van af Zaterdag 27 October en verder elken dag geef ik op elk pond
Boter een half pond Boter cadeau en een der bovengenoemde artikelen cadeau.
Overheerlijke Boter van: 35, 40, 42, 45, 50 en 55 cent,
Proeven kosteloos. Concurrentie onmogelijk.
De Utrechtsche Inleggerij van Haring, Rolmops en Mosselen levert weder zeer fijn
Gem. Haring 16 stuks 90 cent, 25 cent voor de flesch terug.
Wederverkoopers flink rabat, ook bij den Heer ADELAAR, Loefbergmakerstraat No 10,
voor dezelfde prijs en verder aan de Inleggerij Westerkade 7, Utrecht.
Grootste, Oudste en Netste Inrichting op dit gebied hier ter stede.
Onder minzame aanbeveling,
W. F. VAN NIMWEGEN.
We come from a trading family that dates back to 1894 in Utrecht, The Netherlands.
For those who are not familiar with the Dutch Language, the advertisements were published in the Utrecht's Newspaper written by Granddad starting at age 19.
My grandparents ran several businesses including selling butter (Butterhouse), mussels and herring. Also eggs, cheese, tea, coffee and cake.
Initiated in 1897 by Grandma, the daughter of a brush maker, they simultaneous started a Bazaar next door, the first general / super store in Utrecht, offering all kinds of household items like alarm clocks, blankets, buckets, brushes, brooms, coffee grinders, you name it.
All their 5 children helped in the fish smelly ice cold storage with cleaning, packaging and making deliveries to clients and wholesalers.
Their stores were also a neighborhood gathering place for local event ticket sales.
The old horse tram that connected the city with the rural south started and ended in front of their shops, situated just outside the the old city walls and toll bridge. Next door was a large and lively tavern Café The Swan welcoming thirsty traders, farmers and travelers.
On the other side a pharmacy opened during the First World War where my father as an unpaid apprentice learned the pharmacy trade and photography. After the First WW Dad immigrated to Indonesia and opened his own pharmacy and after the Second WW another in Amersfoort, The Netherlands.
The Bazaar was extended by my 2 uncles who during the 2nd world war were hiding their illegal declared radios from the German occupiers by stacking them between double walls and delivering them to the resistance.
Some highlights from the late 1800's advertisements that you might enjoy:
Real Butter and tasty Cheese came by boat straight from the surrounding farms, not from a food processing factory.
Ei cadeau = Free egg or 2. With a certain amount of REAL butter priced in pounds -note the wide variety of different priced butter.
Proeven kostenloos = Free tasting (butter and cheese).
Concurentie Onmogelijk = Competition Impossible.
Gaarne wordt de Boter etc, wekelijks aan huis bezorgt = Butter etc. weekly delivery free to your home.
Briefkaart wordt vergoed = Postcard refunded. For orders received by postcard!!
25 cent voor de flesch terug = 25 cents return for the jar.
The jar filled with 16 herring fish was costing 5 times more than one herring.
Now one herring costs 5 Euro and a jar around 50cents.
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