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IJAJLY MUUUBTJW : HOJSOIiUIjU, U. 1., OCTOBER 3, 1810.
We Desire to Call
w a. registered A
For Lubricating the Valves rmd
VALVOLINE is nn earth oil specially prepared under Iho highest steam
neat utid from which all olatilo uud eailhy matter has been expelled hy u
pmeebs which lu.nc ti puie .nut tunny oil, which pi o cuts ttie eating aaj
nf IxtlU and keeps the eylitutei and piston packing peifoctlj clean. This
was the itrot Minci.il Oil intiodtieed foi sle.im cylinder and has lieen in eon
Mltmt use oer eighteen yeais.
gJtF'o albo iiiaimfaetUH Supenor Machine and Spindle Oils for all
clashes of machinery.
I-ieoiiiti'il Ac EIIim,
HONOLULU IRON WORKS CO., Sole AgentB. (iQl flw
Granite, Iron and Tin Ware
Chandeliers, Lamps and Lanterns,
WATER PIPE and RUBBER HOSE,
House Keeping Goods,
PLUMBIHG, Til, COFFEE AND
MS Sheet Iron Work.
"CASTLE "& COOKE,
i nu5o urricio.
Shipping & Commission Merchants,
PLANTATION & INSURANCE AGENTS,
Builders' and General Hardware, Agricultural Implements,,
Carpenter.s', Blacksmiths', Macliiniatn' fe Plumbers' Toole,
HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS!
Kitchen Ulenbila, Paints, OiIh,
Blake's Steam Pumps, Weston's Contrirugals,
Wilcox & Gibbs, & Remington Sewing Machines, '
Dr. Jayne & Sons Family Medicines.
E. It. JlKNimr, 1'ieslilent A Manager. John Ena, Vice-President)
GoiiKKhr Hiiown, Secieuiy AsTica-siuer. Chou. Uuown, Auditor.
HAWAIIAN HARDWARE CO.,
Ii. ttprecki'ln' Jlunk, : Furl Ml reel, Honolulu.
IMPORTERS and DEALERS IN
Gen'l Hardware, Glassware, Crockery,
Genuine Haviland Claim, plain and decorated; and Wedgewood
l'iano, Library A Stand Lamps, OliandeliurH it EleotoliorH,
Lamp Kixtiiuw of all kinds, A complete, assorlin't of Drllla A. Filed,
PLANTATION SUPPLIES Of EVERY DESCRIPTION '
The "Uiuellt)" It wheeled Hiding flow A Equalizer,
liliichcmd Iticti l'low, IMuntuirt' Steel A ClooHeiicnU'd Ilium,
LAUD, OYLlNDKIt, KHIIOHRNB, LINHKKI),
J'atntH, VaniUlicH A HiiihIiuh, Manila A Klmtt Hope,
JIANDMJH OF ALL KINDS,
WOHO, JXOHO, JblONC,
UUIMIIjlt. WIKIWIOIWP of miivrliir iiitillly, A HTHAM,
MiiU Jryj) W'm, Hllviir I'ltiUnl Witro, 'IMIili' .V I'ihiUi (JiiUuiy.
FffwilDi, flliiiU Hmi Tim Ou!ulmiliil"fllnli" Alni'liliio'lnmhil (iMliliJiiiti,
rittlu (Illy ainnu inilQiK.
Your Attention To
Cylinders of Steam Engines.
Varnishes, Lamp Goods and
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NOTES FROM HAWAII.
Khitou Hum.utin :
This beaiitifut spot is seldom
hcnul from In the newspapers; clos
ed in on all sides by the high hills,
it's a perfect little paradtee. Tlicie
nas a time when Waiohinu did
tlirivinR trade, hut now that the
plantations all have their own stores
they can afford to outsell all small
dealeia, and well they do it. One
solitary stoie is alt that is left out of
oiue dozen that used to be in full
blast years ago. The propiiator
looks up and down the street for
trade. "Hut she eometh not, he
says;" its about the same all over
the island. The big fish hae swal
lowed the little.
The district has been blessed with
tine showers of lain, e cry thing
looks green, cattle fat and sleek,
Which causes all those engaged in
planting to smile all over theii faces
at such fine crops aB they are going
to have. In the districts of Pahala
and I'unaluu the cane is looking
tine. As seen from the road it looks
as big round as your arm. What a
place this would be If we could
have these tain storms oftener.
And the climate, well, it's Bimply
perfect. They tell me they never
die here but simply dry up and blow
away. I almost believe them for 1
never saw such glorious weather.
Kau lias some very good loads,
thanks to Mr. Lee. You can now
enjoy one of the finest drives to the
Volcano that you never would have
dreamed of a few years ago. If
ever a man deserved well of the
Legislature it's that man I'eler.
Ten thousand? Why, he should
have twenty thousand for what he
has done. Look at the Punaluu
hotel; who would have done the
work he did in putting up that
place? A few years ago it was a
mass of lava rocks and &aud ; to-day
there is one of the prettiest little
hotels outside of Honolulu. You
don't have to carry a stale lunch in
your pocket as formerly when trav
eling, as you can get a meal "fit for
the gods" and a bed that'sjust fine.
Yet, some are growling because he
wants 810,000 for his road on which
he put in many a hard day's work.
I see that the committee on roads
in the Legislature think the road
from Hilo to Puna should be sur
veyed. Old residents in the dis
trict think it a waste of money, as
the road has been Biirveyed time and
time again ; already one mile of the
road has been built, and no s.urvey
ing is necessary as it's plain sailing
from Hilo to Puna. The two dis
tricts, I am told, have been overrun
with young men let loose fiom the
burveying Department, Honolulu,
who Have been running lines through
the taro patches, mound the out
houses, through cane fields, up
Manna Loa, down Manna Kea, and,
in fact, all over the place. This
confounded business is eating up all
our road money. After paying-the
surveyors there is nothing left for
It's well known had Mr. Marlin
followed the surve3ror's chain on the
Volcano road he would not be where
he is now. The Volcano road I
found in splendid condition. The
men are working some three miles
beyond the half-way house. I must
say that Mr. Marlin has done well.
There is nothing like it outside Cen
tral Park, and now, to let the bal
ance out by contract would be bad
policy. -, I found the advance
guard within twebye miles of the
Volcano House blowing up rock and
clearing the way for the graders.
Showing that with the small num
ber of men now employed he
has done wonders. We of Hawaii
know what this contract system
means. We want roads, not
trails. I dropped in upon
Hilo for a few days.. What
a snug little place this is'. How
green and refreshing everything
looks. It rominds me very much of
Naples with her beautiful bay and
volcanic mountains in the distance,
What is to hinder this place from
becoming the greatest shipping
port outside of Liverpool? and how
enterprising her citizens are.I ana told
that some of these enterprisinggentry
hold mortgages on about all the land
the natives possess. This is called
business enterprise. Still one would
think that those living among these
good natured people would teach
them to hold on to these homes for
the future benefit of their children
instead of trying .to freeze them
out. Let your readers look over
any week's Gazette, the outside
mortgage page. Sec who tho par
ties are, men and women who have
foreclosed upon the property of
these foolish people, no doubt all
they liavo in this world's goods. Jt
sets one doing a great deal of
I find in tramping around Hilo a
large number of stores of all kinds.
How they manage to keep open in
this small place, so many of them,
is past finding out. Vessels from
tho coast arrive quite frequently, lad
en down with merchandise for the
planters, Tho grinding season is
about oyer and now its in order for
your manager to tuko lila minimi
trip to Vrnpe, Interview IIJbiihucI;,
and bring buck tho latest, faila,
Truly "thplr llnon Imvn fulfl In
iiltmnaiit idiH'tfs," wlii'ii you take
Into fioiiliWtlnn UmUomof tlimn
WHI II l'lllllill CIIHllllKM ) till) fllllll.
diy my yimrs mho.
IllloU wull nir In nuliouU uiul
v niroliti. In fuut. I liu imin.1 Irtilntii'il
will) lllllii nlilli. luilltllijHV IduMiih
ihiim ikt nitiMiii imi iiiiui you vim
ultl iliiy rMiiili ufiiiritij
Wllfll Uw Biuiiu BTJlim IJJI Luuu
cousin, and aunt, away the go for
the Post Olllcc. Its a sort ot mat
inee pcrfoimance, where giddy
young girls and spooney young men
meet to compnic notes and give the
latest ondit, about the socinls and
the latest dance. Well, what else
aio you going to do seeing it only
happens once a week. Hilo also
boasts a Sheriff that can do more
talking to tbc square inch than any
other man outside of a Lunatic Asy
lum. A terror from way back. ' I
am told that the lawyei.s at this
place just scoop in the shekels.
Everybody goes to law. A China
man robs a hen roost,is arrested and
locked up. His lawyer tells him to
get out a writ of habeas corpus, and
if that won't do, get out a manda
mus, or in fact get out something to
bother the judge with, and that's
the way it goes. With nil this Hilo
is a pretty little place to stop at a
week or two, once in a while it
rains, tint nobody minds it.
I hear of a rumor to-day that a
diuinnipr from Honolulu by the
name of Vogel was washed out to
sea from the Volcano road, while on
his way to Kau, but as he has since
turned up all right in Honolulu it is
supposed he was picked up by a
We also hcaid of another start
ling report of another drummer
fiom Honolulu being attacked by a
parly of savages while on his way
from the Volcano to Punaluu. These
savages are supposed to be descend
ants of a number of runaway South
Sea Islanders who lan away fiom
the Kau Plantations years ago and
now make their home in the woods
at the baso of Mauna Loa. This
poor fellow was chased two miles by
these dcspeiadoes and badly fright
ened. The only thing he' had in
the way of a deadly weapon was a
Volcano House sandwich and taking
this from his more saddle bag threw
it with all the force he was capable
of and knocked the leading savage
stiff. The lest seeing the fate of
their comrade lied to the woods. Mr.
Drummer succeeded in reaching the
mansion of Mr. Dollowny a wealth'
retired ranchman who resides in that
neighboihood. After a glass of
Hockheimer and a chunk of Hologue
he was able to pursue his journey
Verily, Ananias is abioad in the
land. Yonrs truly,
Waiohinu, Kau, Sept. 10, 1800.
Just Received !
Ex "Adonis" & "Iscuberg"
Gs. Hennessey Branfly,
Cases Palm Tiec Gin,
Cat.es White Bottle Key Gin,
Cs. Finelrish & Scotch Whiskey,
Cases Extra Fine Sherry,
Cases Dry & Sweet Champagne,
Cs. Italian Vermouth,
Ciiraeoa, Aliiinthe, Ktc,, Etc.
Tannhaeuser Beer !
K I'll in I'lliluitelllhlll,
Prize Medal Paris Exposition.
" The Best Beei in the market
bents bt. LoiiU ami Milwaukee all to
BUFFALO BEER !
JdSyBicwed and Bottled hi Saeia
niento, tlnei and eheapui than IVdiick
burfj ami Wleland California Beei.
ron a am: uv
Hawaiian Wine Co,,
tit 1 J Fhank Buown, Maimgei . p in
THE YERY LATEST !
WK wish to call the attention nf
lioiipckecpoirt to u sMiiull Invoice
of Pigiueil Chhiene Matting, just ro
celeil via San Fi.tnelseo, of thuvciy
Uioicest duality ami of the nwjt taste
ful and iiiilijue designs in colois. This
is tho ery hues! In this line and the
Dim of the Kind eei hionglit to Hono
lulu. Wo lespcetfully ask the attention
of ladles to this latest novelty,
ir.82w JJ'HK UNION PIJUD CO.
Powoll'H Baggngo Exju-ohb,
Oray or "Wiiuoii.
Furniture, moving a speciality, llag
giigo dullu'ied with pioniplumH and
eai o to any part of ulty. Hluml, coi uer
of King mill Bethel btrcuU, Dell Tele,
pliunu 17D, Mutual Telephone, fi7,
NlLQll UOWB I
v nve iiiiu.it o.i .... l. ...
JU !,' .I''wl"1" u'lyilim
&S MINi 0m. two Hi willed
;ww mm nuu put uinwun w imit
nun Ifi in ;'(iiiiiuu u( mill, J, iy 7
Jar lit TJIIi UNION nSKlkfY,'
Special Barpins in All OnsarEmant at
B. F. EHLERS & CO.'S.
While Dress Hoods, in striped, at
10 cents yard.
Victoria Lawn, lOy piece, for 75
All colore Moirec Silk, $1.2i5 and
$l.fi(), formerly .1i2..r0 yaid.
All wool l'luids, minced for fiOitnd
75 cents vnid.
SOLD AT AND BELOW COST PRICE I
gjST Dressmaking undei the management of Miss CLARK.
NO. 77 FORT
The "Dail Bulletin Weekl" Summar "
iNxueil ICvor.v Tiu'hdny.
32 Columns oiy nterestiug News. The Best Paper to Send Abroad.
IFm. G. Irwin k Company,
OhKl it 1 Oil SA1.K
lwno Ac Cement,
PAHAFFINE PAINT CO.'S
COMPOUNDS and ROOFING,
Felt Steam Pips Covering, all bizes.
BUCK & OHIiANDT'S
High Grade Chemical Cane Manure.
Fairbank Canning Co.'s Corned
Beef, 1 and 2 lb. tins.
SALMON IN, BARRELS,
15 Nuuanu St., Honolulu, H, I.
Bole Agents In the Hawaiian Islands for
"Old Magnolia" & "0. P. T.'
Fine Bourbon Whiskies,
Lachman & Jacobi's
Celebrated California Wines.
Also, always in stock, a Tall line ot tbe choicest
We lute for pale a Mipeiior aitlcle
Sarsajarilla l m Water,
Manufactured by Schmidt & Co.,
Stockton, Oala. It Ih tliu must
wholesome and delicious inula and
buvoiiigu of the ure.
OrdciR fiom the otliei khimlH
promptly attended to and emls cam
fully packed for Hlilpuient, i,3b Urn
A Cure for Influenza !
Dll. LOZIEII'S HAWAIIAN CHERRY COR
DIAL, one of the befit leiuedlcH
oserpiepaied for cniigliN, iiHtliina, lime;
mid chet trouble, anil a great icllef In
whooping cough mid iluoat affection,
Auk for Dr, Lozier'i Hawaiian Cherry Cor
dial hold at
HOLLISTKIt A CO'S.,
Ami HI'J.NaON, HMITII ,t IJO'S,
I lliul youi' "Climiy Cniillnl' Dm hiu.
liieilliiliiiiwnliiiMimcriued fm ioiimIi.,
ciiIiU iiml lung tiouliln, All nf nur Nn.
Iuit, I'm iiufMiuiUliiiiiiku uiul ,iiiiiiii(iu
will una no mliur. I nii iiuililiiu Vii in
ii P. A.UIlAlMN,
MiiiniKnr liuliah hiiK'H Oo,
Wy 1bwIiI h Imp iiiiiiiiiliy u(inj)r
"WIJUli; .MUlHIU'Hl Hill IIIUUlBliUI)
mm W l ,ll hwilli) yml kkuSrunj
I (Mi lllUl).
UVU H II1UJ IkWJJlliUU
Embioiderics, diess lengths, onlv
.$5 and $7 piece.
Black Laces v Flouncing, at youi
All styles of Ouilains v Diapeiy,
Uonts' Itndniweai, While Khirlf,
Sock, Etc., Eu
From Sdn Francisco.
I.t aw Duent
S. K. Honolulu
Oel 18 Oct L'f.
Nov lf Nov 22
Mai i pi tin. . . .
Zeal.uidia . .
Alameda . .
For San Francisco.
Leaio Due at
, Sydney Honolulu
ealandia Oct 1 Oct IS
Alameda Oct 2J Nov 15
MaripoBii Nov 2G Dec 13
Zealandia I)ec 24 ... . Jan 10
, Intermediate S. S. Australia.
Leave S. P.
Friday. ..Oct 10
Friday. . .Nov 7
Friday. ..Dec 5
Friday. . . Oct 24
Friday. . . Nov 21
Friday. ..Dec 18
FOK SAX FJttANCISCO,
The new and fine Al steel steamship
Of the Oceanic Steamship Company, will
be due at Honolulu from Sydney
and Auckland on or about
Oct. 18, 1890."
And will leave for the above port with
malls and passengers on or ahout that
For freight or passage, havjne STJ.
PERIOR ACCOMMODATIONS, apply
WM. G. IRWIN & CO., Acents.
For Sydney and Auckland.
The nev and flno Al steel steamship
Of the Oceanic Steamship Company, will
bo due at Honolulu from Sau
Francibco on or about
Oct. 25, 1890.
Aud will have prompt dlfpatch trfiln
mailB nnd passengers for the above Mts-
For freight or passage, havi&i SU
to t l J
37 WM. G. IRWIN &,Cfr. Agenre,
lerOm Now Arlolype llliMlmtml
Catalogue MUilficu on iippllcatluu,
Him l-'initrUiMi, i , 'aiinriilHt,
Nu, 39 Ninimni lit, , Q, flo 367,
Boot and Shoo Storo,,
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