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Bf j' NOHTH HILO SPEAKB
Emphatic Protest of Its Road Board
Against the Rocommendations
of tho Public Lands Oommittoo.
Wo, tho regularly olcclod Uontl
"Board of North llilo, Hawaii, acting
under tho request, of tho residents of
our district, bog leavo to protest
against tho recommendation of tho
Public Lands Connnittoo so far as
this district is concerned, as inado-
ciunto for our actual necessities, and
in comparison with recommendations
for other .districts decidedly unjust
and unfair, and showing that not a
member of said committee have tho
slightest knowledge of tho ousting
stato of affairs hero as regards tho
numorous obstructions to travel.
And wo trust to tho spirit of fair
ness that pervades tho members of
tho House to right this wrong and
place us at ledst on a lovol with our
neighboring districts and allow us
in tho first section a sum that will
cover tho oxponsos that must bo in
curred in order to guard against loss
ol me, limb ami property.
It is probably unknown to a largo
portion of tho Legislature that this
district has, at tho present time, no
regular acknowledged thoroughfare
from Hakalau to Kopohu. a distance
of about nine miles, as tho trail has
from time to time, as it became im
passable, been changed until it now
mostby traverses private property,
and should tho owners continue
fencing, as somo are now doinjr, and
thus coufino travel to the original
trail, it would bo absolutely impossi
ble after oven a moderate rain to
make tho journey.
"Wo hnvu about thirty streams in
tho district, which contain water tho
year round, and only a small pro
portion aro bridged, while at least
threo others, each of which has
caused tho death of a number of
persons, still remain as death traps,
m spite of tho attention of tho gov
ernment having been drawn to them,
for several years past, and their hav
ing been most earnestly pleaded
with by tho present Road Board
without avail, while Central Hilo
through tho more forcible importu
nities of itsoncrgotic Board succeed
ed in securing enough for all actual
wants aud much that was not neces
sary by comparison.
Wo think that any of tho honora
ble mombors that aro acquainted
with this coast will agree with us
when wo say that Hakalau gulch
menaced as it is by both ocean and
stream, with its precipitous ap
- proachos, and unreliable footing, is
tho most dangerous gulch in any
settled district of tho Hawaiian
Kingdom, and should bo made at
least safe without further delay.
And that Ninali, whoso innocent ap
pearance has in tho near past lured
at least two to death, and Malun,
which every year adds a victim,
should receive attention.
Wo have fourteen bridges to keep
in repair, all of which aro over
streams that do not admit of pas
sage in any othor way except in the
dryost season. One of these, Mo
nauloa, has been in a dangerous con
dition for two years, during which
time tho attoution of tho govern
ment has beon repeatedly drawn to
it without avail and it has only been
kept in position by praps made
from slondor trees cut in tho vicinity.
until now even these fail to sustain
it and it is barred against travel,
and did wo havo our usual wot
weather all communication would
be impossible oxcopt on foot be
tween tho different parts of tho dis
trict. This bridge must bo rebuilt
aud the estimated cost is threo
thousand dollars. Kahakupuka
bridge is now kept from falling by
some llooriug planks placed under
it as a temporary relief, but as it is
much out of lino aud steadily set
tling it will be safe but a few weoks
more and must be replaced at a cost
of $2500, so that these two structures
alone will take nioro than tho com
mittee has recommended.
We claim that this district has
more reason to expect assistance
from tho Government than anj'
othor on this island, for roasons that
demand no argument. First Wo
constitute tho central link in tho
only road from the northern end of
the island to Hilo, and consequently
it is travel from othor districts that
is largely responsible for tho bad
condition of tho trail. Hamakua,
Waiinoa and both of tho Kohalas
mako use of us, while wo seldom
make use of them. Secondly Wo
havo thus far never had any roads
built for us and there now exists
only throe miles of fairly good road
between Hakalau and Kopohu. All
tho rest is a muddy path not over
two feet wide. Thirdly Our dis
trict is a poor ono, having a very
small road tax, having now (since
tho Laupahoohoo Sugar Co. lias
ceased employing mon) only part of
two plantations, so that tho amount
brought forward as our probable
road tax by tho committee is apt to
mislead, as instead of $1000 as staled
by them it will bo about $3000,
which together with tho sum ro
commondod would give us $1000 a
year with which to tnko caro of six
teon miles of tho worst road in t ho
kingdom, besides rebuilding at least
two bridges and keoping sixteon
othors in repair. Tho whole thing
is simply ridiculous.
Wo do not ask for carriage roads
as many of tho othor districts do,
but will bo amply satisfied with a
horse path if it is only safe, and wo
think wo have a right to ask that
much. Kohala, Hamakua, Hilo and
Kau all havo carriage roads and yot
tho committee continue to recom
mend sums away out of proportion
to mako them still hotter, It seems
as though tho committee thought it
their duty to carry out tho saying of
scripture, "To him that hath shall
bo given and from him that hath
not shall bo taken away oven that ho
hath." It is not fair to oxpoct
us to take caro of tho worst dis
trict in the island with tho least
monoy when most of tho dam
age is caused by travel of residents
of neighboring districts. While
wo approve of building fancy roads
to tho Volcano and now roads
through Puna and Kona, wo must
say that very little judgment or con
sistency is displayed by tho coinmit-
teo when in ono passago thoy say wo
havo not enough money to keopi ox
isting thoroughfares in order, and in
tho next adviso tho spending of
largo sums to build now ones, which
according to their own nrgumont aro
only created to bo. destroyed.
While this district is ono of tho
poorest yot it has quite a largo native
population some of whom aro at this
time suffering for tho actual necessi
ties of lifo 111 consequenco of tho
failure of tho taro crop, and aro very
anxious to obtain work on tho roads,
in order to obtain funds, and it would
seem that for tho present at least it
would be as woll to forego tho great
exertions being made to givo com
fort to an occasional tourist and put
monev into tho hands of corpora
tions, and for ono year at least try to
do something; for the benefit of those
whoso homo is now and alwavs will
bo in Hawaii. North Hilo is rich in
possibilities. It can raise as good
eo ffeo as Kona or Puna, as good pine
apples and bananas and all other
tropical productions as can any dis
trict in tho kingdom, and all it needs
to make it prosperous is a chance to
get to the outside world. Hamakua
on our north with its lino carriage
roads and no bridges to build or
keep in repair, and no mud to con
tend with, is to get $11000 besides its
road tax of 11,1117, or a total of
S11,U17 to do less than a third of tho
work that wo will bo called upon to
do with $8000. Now wo ask tho
members of the Legislature in fair
ness to at least place us on an equal
standing with our neighboring dis
trict by voting us in section 0110 the
sum of SI 1,000 and then to provide
for Hakalau gulch bj' a special ap
propriation of SiSOOO.
Road Boaud North Hilo.
A Good Thing to Koop at Hand.
From the Troy Kansas) Chief.
Somo years ago wo wore very much
subject to sovero spoils of cholera
morbus; and now when wo feel an'
of the symptoms that usually pro
ceed that ailment, such as sickness
at tho stomach, diarrhoea, etc., wo
become scary. "Wo havo found Cham
berlain's Colic, Cholera and Diar
rhn'.i Reined v the verv thintr to
straighten 0110 out in such cases, and
always keop it about. Wo aro not
writing this for a paj- testimonial,
but to let our readers know what is
a good thing to keop handy in tho
house. For sale by all dealers.
Benson, Smith & Co., Agents for the
Something New in Ranges.
Tho PAOirio Hardware Co., (L'd.),
have just received an invoice of tho
M. & D. Wrought Steel Ranges
which aro superior to anything of
tho kind yot invented. Thoy havo
boon adopted by tho United States
Navy and aro in uso on tho Charles
ton, San Francisco and Boston and
other now vessels. Also on several
of tho now vessels lately built for
tho trade between San Francisco
and this port.
An examination of these Ranges
will at ouco show their many advan
tages ovor all competitors.
Persons troubled with chronic
diarrhoea should try Chamberlain's
Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Re
medy. Many cases havo been cured
by it after all olso had failed and
skilled physicians wore powerless.
For sale by all dealers. Benson,
Smith & Co., Agouts for tho Hawai
A Warning Rosalie Maj' Fostor
seoins to bo a vory pleasant girl al
ways good humored and laughing
but yot she isn't popular. Grace
That's just tho reason. Mon don't
like to bo laughed at. Jersey City
PICNIC and DANCE!
Members of Lodge Le Progres
de l'Oceanie No, 124,
HAVE DECIDED TO 0.1 VK A
Grand Picnic & Dance
On November 19, 1892
rnilE UNDERSIGNED UAH THIS BAY
-L bought out tho Chun Nam Bakery at 1
Kukauliko street, and liereliv elves
notico that ho will
.... ... . '
not no rospousuiiu ior
any debts owing by
said Chun Nam,
Per IjOO Chit Sam.
Honolulu, Sept. 27, 1W. BHMw
rpiIE UNDEltSIGNED HKRE1IY
L gives notice that ho has bought tho
restaurant formerly owned by Ijiiu Kau
and known us tho "Bay View Resort," and
ho hereby gives notice that hu will not ho
responsible for any of tho debts of said
Lam Kau, Uuu Kau will sign tho bill of
milo on Ootobor 10. Mi.
Honolulu, Oct. 3, 181).', 638-lw
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... . .A t ..1 I
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A NICE COTTAGE ON
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umco iiiier-isianii mcam .navigation
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
Macfarlano A; Co., (L'd), u Corpora
tion of limited liability, was organized un
der tho Laws of this Kingdom ou October
i. Mi. Tho following Olllcers were
H. It. Miicfarlano . ... President,
E. O. Mnefarlaue Vice-President,
0. M. White- Secretary it Treasurer,
F. Wundenberg . Auditor.
Said Corporation has acquired tho wiuo
and spirit business heretofore carried ou
by Macfnrlane A Co. at No. Vi Knahumauu
street) in Honolulu, ami will continue tho
same at tho sumo place. Tho assets and
liabilities of Maefarlauo it Co. have been
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-M1K llOYAb HAWAIIAN HOTEL CO.
has leased tliu nroitcrtv hclonulni; to
A. Herbort, Ksq., In Waikiki, which for
tho present, will bo open to tho public ns
nn annex of the Hotel, and will bo known
hi tho "Hotel Park Annex." Resides tho
main house there nro Threo Cottages ad
mirably adapted for families:
1 Tho 'Windmill Cottage" containing fi
Rooms, Kitchen aud Lanai,
2 Tho "Oreon Cottngc" contnlning l'ar
lor, I lied Rooms, Kitchen, Pnntry, Ratli
3 Tho "Seaward Cottngc" with A Oood
Rooms and n Dressing Room.
All tho Cottages aro well-appointed in
Furniture, Fittings, etc., and tenants will
ho entitled to bathing privileges. Tho sen
bathing being unsurpassed on tho IMaml.
Tho Main Building will bo reserved for
tho use of tho guests of tho Hotel, hut it
inny bo rented for Pienics, Bathing Pnr
ties, Dinners and Dances, etc., forall which
purposes It oilers exceptional advantages.
A charge of Twenty-live ($2.r) Dollars will
bo iniiuu for the use of tho House and
Grounds including Bathing, Lights, etc.:
prepayment is required for intended use of
tho Main lluildlug and Grounds.
C9 Kor furthor particulars application
should bo made to tho Manager of tho
Royal Hawaiian Hotel. CJ7-tf
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Turkish Bath Soap, 4 Cakes 25 cts.
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