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THUILSDAY, VV.U. 20, 1890.
ROADS PAST AND PRESENT.
The Ailvcrtisur of Tuesday liml
the following pa'-ago- in :n attlclcr
Wp have Just had "one of our
lreineudous old-fashioned konas,
ami yet, two ila.vs after the downpour,
tin! streets were, in most pans of
the town, in fair condition. There
wa pel haps as much pleahiire driv
ing last Sunday as ever, and in
many directions' tin streets were al
most perfectly dry. The discreet
nitnrally kept to the inakai roads.
During no previous regime would
such a state of affairs have been
There arc two or throe observa
tions to be made on the foiegoing
Without condemning any former
roads administration, the same coni
pirison might be made, in almost
any town or district in America, be
l .veen the roads of to-day and those
of a past period. The exceptions
would be in cases where towns are
laid out systematically at their
foundation, with piowsion for good
roads and drainage being secured as
the borders of the towns arc ex
tended. Many if not most of the
large cities began on a village plan,
the pioneer builders being oblivious
of the possibilities and probabilities
of growth. The older streets of
Uoston itself, the "hub of the
universe" as it people have fondly
called it, are said to have been laid
mil on the lines of the cow paths
that threaded the site. There is
scarcely a city of any age in Amer
ica wheie millions of dollars have
not been expended in widening
Htreets made narrow in the early
days, when economy of ground for
the public was exercised although
vast unoccupied areas stretched out
on all sides. Whatever improvement
we see in Honolulu must fairly in'
part be attributed to the necessities
of the city's growth.
It is admitted that in the latter
part at least of the previous legime
to this the binds for roads and
bridges throughout the kingdom
were not well administered. To a
large extent the funds weie not ap
plied to their objects. There was a
perennial and hopeless indebtedness
of the treasury to the countiy dib
it icts for road tases that by law
weie only to be expended in the dis
tricts. Itroken stone for macadam
izing streets in the city was u-cd for
other purpncs. The city road
service came to be made a source of
private revenue in various ways.
All this admitted, there was much
laitliful work done on the roads
piiortothe last few months of the
(iibson administiation. Some of
thin work stands as a monumental
lefutation of such sweeping partisan
statements as that above quoted
trom the Advcitiser. Richards
street, for instance, on which the
present Government lias bad to ex
pend little or nothing to keep in re
pair, while it remains by all odds
the best made and smoothest drive
in Honolulu which is in good con
dition without mud even in the
midst of the most "tretnemlntw, old
tashioned koua," not having to
abide the forty-eight hours of line
weather required to make some
loads of the present regime com
fortably passable on foot or on
wheels. There is Queen sliect from
I'unohbowl street to Fori street, re
made in 1881 so as to be the best of
our main thoroughfares for four
years. The Tabula road rebuilt to
the Kalilii load the same year was
in excellent condition for tin oc
years, and would be still, in spite of
a very large tiallle, except for the
coral covering being too soft for en
durance. This road has, however,
been in part renewed with the same
material within the past few months,
but so much less substantially than
befoie that the first heavy rain made
it a bog throughout. Kvcn the J'ali
load was under the old regime kept
in a pretty good fair-weather condi
tion, and that is the most that can
be said for it now. To look at a
longer stretch, take the Kwa road.
This important route was remark
ably well maintained under the old
legime. .It was in 188(! that the
writer of these lines was driven from
Waialua, with two others in a wa
gon drawn by a span of horses, and
the linio'-made was precisely our
hours froin Sir. llalstead's gate to
town. Considering the distance of
Lwoiitv-cfglil'iiiilcs, the abounding
steep hills, mid the fact that the
rain made the ascent ftom Waialua
very heavy, this timo could not be
made on anything but tolerable
ICvidences of other faithful work
before the present lloverniuont
came on the scene could piobably
bo given by persons who travel more
than the writer. Hut the foiegoing
instances will Milllec to show thai
people may carry their condemna
tion of the past too lar. in their go
ing about to establish their part,':
righteousness on the inins of an ex
tinct party's lepntation. hven as
to the shortcomings of the former
administration which have been ad
mitted, the party now ruling al
though condemned by a majority of
the people ought to be careful ill
portiaying contrasts. Everything
has not been above suspicion in the
administration of the roads and
bridges appiopriations by the pre
sent Government. The funds are
more than suspected to have pioved
a lucrative resource to private pock
ets and interests without correspond
ing public benefit. These arc matters,
however, not for promiscuous asser
tion now, but tor the stiict investi
gation of the new Legislature that,
we fully believe, is in the majority
CONTACIOUSNESS OF PNEUMONIA.
From a long at tide by Nelter on
"The Cojitagiousness of Pneumo
nia,"' these conclusions are drawn:
1. Pneumonia is a contagious dis
ease of parasitic origin, and is
transmissible either directly or by
the inteivention of a third person,
cr by inanimate objects, such as
wearing appaiel, etc.
2. The pueumocoeci are not des
troyed by desiccation, and are dif
fusible through the air but not to
great distances, at most the interval
between three hospital beds. Ihey
maintain their, virulence for a period
which has not been definitely deter
mined, but probably never more
than three years.
.". Contagion is possible through
the entile course of the disease, and
even after lecovcry.
I. The period of incubation aver
ages from five to seven days, but
may vary between one and twenty.
"i. Patients who have passed
through pneumonia arc dangerous
both to themselves and their neigh
bors, as living micorocci may be
found in thdr saliva many years
after. Thence, in part, the epide
mic appearantc ot the disease in
certain families during long periods,
and also its frequent recurrence in
certain individuals who have once
0. l!igid quarantine seems hardly
necessary, but other persons should
avoid too intimate relations with
them. The sick room should be
ventilated and disinfected as thor
oughly as possible, and every pre
caution taken to prevent the spread
of the disease as in other conta
gions. HE COULDN'T TELL.
A late respected general manager
of the St. l'aul road on one occasion
appeared at the repair sliops of the
company in Milwaukee and becoming
interested in the woik of one of the
mechanics icmaiked: "Young man,
it seems to me that you aie not do
ing that correctly." The woikman
looked up with Mini cine contempt at
the "stranger and replied promptly:
'It's none of vour business you
blamed idiot." " This nettled 'the
6ld man and in a voice tiembling
with rage he paraly.cd the mechanic
with: "Yes, .sir, it is my business;
I'm the manager of this road."
"Kxcitsc me, sir," responded the
poor fellow, "I was not aware of
the fact ; but you sec when a darned
fool corner around here we can't
tell whether he is the manager or
nobody." The old gentleman saw
the point and pa-sed on. Milwau
Theie' a pin pic
"rape ami a
hall lo the
Theie's a wanner half to the human
heal t which kindly ihmii- may
TbeieV a biljditcr lialf to the dieary
wot Id wheie ho skies air ever blue.
And a hotter half to every iniiu whoso
wife U good and ti no.
Saloon on Mnn.
day nlKhi Feb. 17th.
a Hoi ml Mure, lnumleil
-2- "A. K." on oil- hind
leg. Anyone returning to Commercial
Saloon will receive n suitable reward.
broken to catriaRc or
- c----k- soiiijiI; n bargain.
For paiticulitis iiifiuire of
t7U tr (JAI-T. CLFNKY.
71KKW00I) for side nl Hawaii ui
C'oinnierclal bali'Sioom", coiner of
(iiiccn and Nuuami slicc-ts.
.DAILY IWLtJiM i
Gate City Stone Filler !
Thc-p l'lltei" are easily cleansed,
ami NllVF.K become OltAOKT.I) or
CHAKl'l) by change of teiiipornluie of
The ''llteilugMedluin Uu X ATTIIAL
STOXK7 milled from tlieeiuth. It Is
unlike any other stone.
It Does Not Absorb ami
licconu Foul !
IMITIMTIKS neiei PEXI'TRATB
li. Inn lio on tin- -iiifiic". ami lnlei nnllv
the 'lone leiiinlus ii pure ami white
after , vein s of u-e its when taken irim
The (Jute City Stone Filler Is a per
fect sum's. lil the onl leal litter t
liue eer seen. I would not tie without
oiiefur aiiv cou-dilciatlon. It eonvetts
our lake water Into the best thinking
wnter In the woilil.
llr.Mtv M. I.UIAN.M. I).,
fi.i;t Wot Adams St , Clilenirn.
MT For Sale by
HAWAIIAN HARDWARE Co.,
Oppmlli' SpicelU'U it.Co.'t Hank,
W.) If Fort street, Honolulu.
Passengers for San Francisco,
rpiIK Fine Fcur.mastcil
X Schooner "Oioa," hav.
lug llrot.clnss accummola.
tlons, will rnrry passengers
to San Francisco; she will sail In u
few day. For fuitlicr information
apply to Captain on tumid or to
Tmu II. MAVM'S&CO.,
478 -It Agents.
S'l HONG Steady Mi u is wanted to
lake eate of horses, drive tlelivny
wmnn, etc. Apply to "f. () iiox.no
g.V' 42 I w
SITTATIOX as Nnokkccrcr In
town 01 pliuit.ilion. Aiblii'S"
'U. I). l" UiiH olllee. 4S0 III
SStS- l SECON'n.HANniliiike.
BSSL JV Apply to
It. 1IACKKKI.D A CO.
A SITUATION as Sugar Clerk or
Night Watchman nl a mill, or n
place as I.una on n.ned plantation
Ha ("cpciicncc anil eim furnish k"01'
lefeienee. Cull or address' "M. E. I'.,"
Bri.i.hiiNOfllce. 457 If
the Daily Itn
J the date -pcclllcd lielow, '.'.") cent-,
a eop will be patil for the fame on
dellveiv at this olllee:
!. 18H!i. 1 eopvApr S, 1. .-, 1 copj
1l. :i - ' 10, 1 "
I, :t " Aug2S, ' 1 "
ME. AI.I.EX 11UTCIIIXSON will
deliver the tlrbt ot a couihc ot
lectures mid demonstrations on "fculp
line." at the Y. M. C. A. Unl. on KKt.
DAY, Feb 21st, nl 7:?0 o'clock r. M.
As a demonstration Mr. Iluirluufon will
moiltl n poitrait bust on the Mnge ot
soimi imlivldual selected riom the audi,
ence Admission $1. Tickets may he
liml at King Eros' Ait Stoie, Hotel
Mrcct. 470 Dt
Notice of Dissolution of
HAVINC. bouixlit out the interest or
Manuel Vicra. of the Mononiu
Stoie, Ililo, Hawaii, I will pny nil hills
nudist the said store, anil all debt
nwlni' the samn will be collected bv me.
Honolulu, Fell. Iti, 18!H). 4S1 :il
AN active American, Englishman or
(icrman, ot good hntiltsnud chnr
nrter, who also speaks Hawaiian, and
can furnish first-class relerenres, may
obtain a permanent Munition ns Col.
lector, by addressing P. O. Hox No.
HOUSE to RENT.
A LAEOE 2 Story House,
J. first clnss In evcy res.
licit, with nil necessary out.
buildings, fine lawn, shade ticcs, tlnwer
beds, clc , very desirably lrtcnlf.il within
10 minutes' walk of the Post Olllee, will
lie leased for one or moio years, at a
icnsouable icntal to a select privute
lnmilv. Apnlv nt
HAWAIIAN P.l'.SINESS AOKXCY.
Honl Estate For Sale.
TWO Houses and Lots on
liobcllo Lane, Pulainu.
Convenient to bteam and tinm
c.u.i. cry neautiy toeamy. j.oi on
Kind stieet, near HamauUu's Lane. For
nnrticuhirs apply to
JOHN F. IJOWLKH.
OrCliaa.T. OulieU. 400 :lm
TO LET or LEASE
N Yoiiiur slicet, opposite
vy Ice Workh, a Hiniill
Cottage containing 4 rooiii3;
huge stable and ynid, aileslan water
liiiil on j very desitable for hack or dray
buiinc-& Apply to
180 If At K. O. Hall & Son.
PT-TPflTTOTV of OFFICERS,
AT a meeting of tho IJoittd of Dhee
tors of the Kaplolaui Paik Asso
ciation, held Fehnuiiy 10, iStio, the fol
lowing gentlemen weie le-eleeled to
-ei 0 as olllcers dining the ensiling
Hon. A. S. Cleghoi u Piesident,
Hon. Cecil IJiown.. Vlee-Piesldent,
Hon. W. G. Irwin TicaMirer,
W. M.Glflnid Seeietniy.
ITU In Secrenny,
HONOLULU, H. I., tfKUJWAJiY lit), 181)0.
Unction Sales by James F. Morgan.
. ,,,, , I
lly rr.Ur of hi. I OVlrtUlLAMlbl j
Hon. n liittiUritnl. I will fell tit Public
Auction nl my Saleircom, (ncea street,
On FRIDAY, February 21, '90
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. .11..
The Entire Stock of Mcielinu IUn
of tultl estate, comprising:
Ready Made Clothing
While & f'rfiwii ('nitons,
DIAGONALS, BROAD CLOTH,
White & Colored SHIRTS,
A large assortment of
I .tint on' A: CJontV Hlioen.
Ti links & Valise,
Show Cases, Iron Safe,
I'.tr., Etc., r.te, Etc.
,TAS. V. MORGAN,
W2 :!l Auctioneer.
TRUSTEE'S SALE OF
lie onler of A .1 (WKTWIUfiHT.
Tne-tecof the l'micor l.jilla K.l'iikol,
I will sell nl Public Aueilou ut my
H.ilcsiooin, Queen sliect,
On MONDAY, Mnroh lira,
AT 1 O'CLOCK XOOX.
Situated on Fott Miert, opposite the
LOT NO. 1 Uu (W lctt frontage on
Kortsttcut anil Is 7!) feet deep, eon.
mining an areu of 4,004 s-ipmie
LOT NO. 3 HurOS feit fiontngon
Fort street nntl U over Ml fectdeip,
enntnininj! an area of 4,0'J!) -iiuiiie
Theie is a 10 fool lime
loin, thus fjivhiK double
between the 2
liontagn to the
These nte the mo. desirable building
sites otlerul for sale in the city.
A plan of the Lots cut be eccn at my
10 Sale subject to ronlbmntlon by
Ihe Coin I.
JAS. T. 3IOKGAX,
ri col Auctioneer.
COMMERCIAL SALESROOMS !
Cor. liieci A Xuiiann SIh.
UT (JooiIb of all de.-criptloiH told on
Mutual Teleplionefi.il. fel.S'.lO
WM. :, KOWKI.L will act for inc
under full power ol attorney
during my iiliocnce fntn tin- KiriL'ilom.
Honolulu, Feb. Vi, 1HH0. -ISO lw
''I Mil-' unilcrsigued 1ms old biii In
1. teri'ht in the firm of Hop Vicl.
Co., doing a dry oods buslne.-s ut No.
H2 Nininnii strict, to I.coiik Hop All
bills nciilnst iitlil firm will be pub) liy
Leone Hot). TOM FAT.
Honolulu, Feb. 11, lSltn.
rpillC undersigned, having irtlgned
X. (lie miimigeincnt of the Western
& Hawaiian Investment Co, (Limited),
on account of ill health, ihe DiiectorB
of the Company in Dundee have up.
polntul Mr. JoBcph 11. Athciton iik
Mannuer in Honolulu, ks of :tlpt Decern,
her last W. L. OIILKN'.
Honolulu, .Ian. 10,1810. 4(17 lw
rpiIOH..T.KIXG having this day, Feb.
X rimry 1, 1MJ1, Bold hia inteieit in
the business of King Itrothcr, dealers
in fancy uooiIh and artist'.s materials, on
Hotel Mrcct, Honolulu, W. C. King will
continue to carry on the business on his
miIii account, under the linn name of
"K nc Uios," nun win coueci an
amnuntR due, and pay all claims against
thelbmof King Hios. from and after
the above mentioned date
Tuns.. I. KING,
W. C. KING.
Honolulu, Feb. 17, 18110 480 lw
NOTICE to SIlirPERS.
17011 the more satisfactory accommo.
. ihuion of our pattoiu we beg to
Mtgecst to them that In caes wlicro
draya are required for shipping goodB
to (int-eoing hlcamcts and cousters. or
sharn of tho day. they will find that by
ringing up Mutual Telephone No. 2'lu,
between lQslfi and tJi:4f in the noon
hour Hut Mr. Hewett will he there In
pei.son to ncelve all orders, and our
triends will thereby greatly facilitate
business to tho better batlsfaetion ot all
HUSTAOE & HOHHIITSON.
Mutual Telephone for
Odoiiess Kxcavmlnn. 4B3 (f
Is issuing a new form of Insuiance which provides, in the. event of death, for a return of all premiums paid in ad
dition to the amount of the policy, or, should the insured survive a given number of yearn, the Company will
return all the premiums paid with inteiest; or, instead of accepting the policy anil profits in easlt the leual holder
may, WITHOUT MEDICAL EXAMINATION and WTniOlTKniTllKK l'AYMKNT OK I'HKMIUMS, take in
lic- mco( ,1U auiount of policy and profits in FULLY PAID UP insuiance, participating mutually in dividends.
Kemcmber. this contract is issued
est Financial Institution in the Woiltl,
I For full particulars call on or
TAHITI : LEMONADE,
LEMON, : CREAM :-and- PLAIN : SODA,
Sole Proprietors of BAILEY'S SARSAPARILLA & IRON WATER,
Giror Mb, Hob Ale, Greoaiiiie, RassjerryaJe, Sarsaiarllla, Iicral Waters, Etc.
tear All communications and orders should bo addressed lo
Cottage For Sale
On SATURDAY, IMareli 1,
AT 1 O'CLOCK NOO.V,
I will sell at Public. Auction nt (he pic-
wises, lticlitmls strict, opposite
the Hiiwaliau Hotel, Uu;
6 Room COTTAGE
Eathioom, I'nnt.-y, Kitilun,
Seivnnl's Cottage, Stnliley,
Carringo & Chicken Houses,
I.n'ely the re idence ol Ihe tinilei
sigueil. TK1C.1IH of N.I.K--'ANII.
t3T lliilhlingh to he lemoved within
10 ilnys fiom dny of Fide.
-181 lOt Auctioneer.
The underinul having been appointed
iiueiitM foi the Hawiiiiiui Islands
For tho Celebrated
Baldwin :- Locomotives
From the woiks of
Bnrnliam, Parry, Williams & Co.,
Am now icpiied to kUc csiluuites nuil
leceive oiiicrh tor Ihe c enuines, of uny
slite and dtylo.
The Hai.iiwis I im'omotivk Women are
now inanufac.iurlii!.' a Mylc of Iicomo.
live patllcularly ndupled
For Plantation Purposes,
A number of which have recently been
iccidveil al lliene Islands, and we will
have plenure in furnishing plantation
amenta and iniinagerj with parllcujais
The Mipeiiniity of llusc Locomotives
over all ol her makes is not only known
hero but is acknowledged throughout
the United States.
Agents for Hawaiian Inlands.
4fi2 d.124 w.ty
A GOOD Pasture nt WalkiUi, for a
limited number of hoises, nt lea.
Int'liiuu Blade To I !
1.KTIER wishing to get Machine
Made Pol can do bo by leaving
their containers plainly marked nt
Henry Divls's Grocery Stoic, ou Fort
plreit. Pol will bo delivered on Tucs.
days and Fridays. Contalnets must bo
lelt not Inter tlcm the dav betore.
4091111 KAI.IIII POI FACTORY.
(ierniiwi Sausage Market
1 UST opened In "Armsltong's Illock,"
f I near King Street llridge. For sale
fresh daily Head Cheese, Kinnkfuiter,
Itolognu, Frying, Liver, Smoked and
410 1 in Propiletor.
IJINGnpSSft Mutual Tolephone for
It Odoileiu Kcavatlon. IS'J tf
CUT" TXM3W YORK
by the oldest Life Iiutir.ineo Company
its assets exceeding One Hundred and
M ANU VA OTUKBKsT" OF
BENSON, SMITH & CO.,
MiIiit-rny Illot'lc, I'. 77 J.oit flfi-i-t.
Frencli, Enlisr M Americau Dry aid Fancy Goods,
CHILDREN'S CLOTHING, FURNISHING GOODS, ETC.
Have just lcceivcd by l.nt Ausli.ili.i n fine lino of
Cotton Challis at 15 cents per Yard !
.lust the material for Spring and Summer Wear.
New Stock ol
TV TQ IV RIBBON8!
JUST HKt'EIVKI) AT
Chas. J. FISHELS,
The Leading Jlillineiy House, (Jornor Foil & Hotel sla.
CORN Ell HOTEL
Great Reduction Sale !
AFTKIt TAKINCJ STOCK I HAVl-l HKDl'f'KI) MANY LINKS OF
IMMENSE BARGAINS ARE OFFERED
'OF THE FOLLOWING GOODS
Xill February 15tli, Only.
124 pair of Undressed Kid G-loves !
C and 8 Duttons in perfect ouler at !fl n pair Great Unrgnins.
All my DltLSS GIXUHAalS about MO pieces to bdect fiom aic ollbied at
' (Joiit 1'iice. A small lino of
Scotch Ginghams at a Great Reduction !
Knell ax Piques, Fnibroidcied SwisscH, India Linen, Plain SwiRH, NniiiHOok nnil
many ol!ie.r'liuen of Wliitis Goods. I will hell at Mich a
pticn that eveiybody will buy tbcni.
0" Hcineinber, Fcluttary Lllli will closo this Sale, ft't
B. P. EIILEES & CO.
Great Bargains ! Great Bargains !
AFTER TAKING STOCK
All Goods Sold at tatlyMiicetl Prices!
A SMALL LNVOIOK
Just the Tiling tor the Holidays
-at 'i int-
Pacific Hardware Co.
yWwn.tfg..fffucMl' J.m ji?'glAjfe"fr.iuy id
in (lie United Slates, and the I.ar
Twenty-Six Millions of Dolhus.
Agent for the Hawaiian Islands.
& FOKT STREETS.
assortnienl of 1JEA1) TUTS
Corner Hotel & Fort Streets.
under tlio munagcnicnt of MISS
JAMES NOTT, Jr.,
TINS3IITII and TLUMIJER,
Comer of King and Ahiltea stteets,
Honolulu, II. I.
WorKsliop-'Mut 261 Hosliloncc--Mut 23C
B'-Estimates furnished on nil cluapes
ol plumbiug and tlusinithing wotk.
First class workmanship and inateiial
guiiiantced In all the nhowi btaueheH
of my busiiiei nt reasonable rates.
P-Md . sa1 . iis!W :
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