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OAHU RAILWAY LAND 00.
Great Development of the Island of
Oahu by the Railway.
! soon in II mm. f Kwn. is 8 ll-oO PAOiriO HABDWARK 00. H. J HOLTK
tons mi acre, against 4 to oj tons j - - '
' nil Mere without irrigation. With The Oldest Established Hardware The Oldest Established and Most
I sugar at I'M'ii not more thnn .10 n Firm West of tho Rocky Mountains Popular Restaurateur in Town.
Who,, tl.,Htorvof the.lovelop I-;. J3JJ2 Jjl, fuJj Originally started b, II. Dimond Sine, 1858 Mr. Suit,, has 1,,,,,
moid of the Island r Oahu is writ- in nnv pumping pioposilinu, whore in l"--'i t wis subsequently the well ncqimtntiit with every Inisi-
ton, tin imiiip of Jlenjmnin F. Dil- it does not require more thnn () house of Hull ,V l)i,i,oil,u,ul Inter ness mnii in town. Originally on
linghnni will shino in its pages. A ' "" '''' will be seen thnt it Htill of II. Dimond Ar Hon. nml the Old Corner nnd now in the
urpnt nhilosonhor is often .ninird !''ves n mtlt .f tf(H) nn nerK nnd ,,,,;,, f it, l)jtm)mi until 18(K). Uenver block, he has well ntniii-
w lltUlieiul nil nil. iillltri tlttlffiriilil if ilA 1 "
lllllHltllfl J. t ft n 1 .. dil.ftif k ttllUfnllllll a .1 1
ns saying thnt "the mm, who nmkes , , , ,, , or(H,mry ,.,,,.
two hlndcs of grass grow where Imt It is believed possible to develop
one grew boforo, is n henefnetor of the sugar industry on this islnnd
tho humnii nice." Through Mr. P to the foothills of tho inountni,,
)illliHrl....,.V ..,.l,,miil,n ,.... i '!K'Mi where there is a good nun-
vernnco in promoting u railway for
fall, to n ooiuteoual towhntennbo
reached on the other islnnds. Farm
ers enn go into it and rniso cane on
small minings lor a central nun
On the 1st of April that year, the tinned his reputation ns n furnish
houso of Dillingham .v'Co. was 'i; of dainty and generous lunches,
formed by Mr. 11. V. Dillingham ' Where else does the business
,,,;,,,,,, , , .. man invito his friend to lunch, nnd
nnd Mr. C. A. Castle, who bought t,lpro t(M)) nt thc mjd-day refresh
tho stock, business and good will I ment meet nil classes nndshndes of
of H. Dimond. Mr. Dillingham I political, social and religious opin
had been for several yenrs the ". lm,HH tho news of the dny
..I.Jnfn1n.l,fMt..llninn.l.nll.1Mr .'i -C"?1' t,,0.r W,,.,e tllP' lllHCUBB
I XnlfiVu uttttii liiitt mttfiliiiu iv nit,
iw.iUn ot.v.v....i .. ....... ..v.o w. .
The ulnn.1 or A miritms, a bo v t io Cmtlii wa8 until his death in April. Vl.e atmphero ith 'the
, 8i) of Onhujmt hav ng to i. un -1 1H71 tho 1cyjHtrnr oE PuWie At- ()foM0Of his fragrant cigars.
Zw nonr Th. re t no Z , counts. Sinco then it has been Every holiday sees Solto to tho
?.unr..n .n.....1.in .""SL-;.ui .,.. i. M- l,ni.,L r.,,,1 front with son.o tompthm dish of
lliai llie oxioiision oi uiu riiiiwny ... .... j .... . B
will greatly promote the develop
ment of the islnnd of Onhu. It
lias promoted two large plantations
already, and now comes a third one
with a capacity of '2,(MM) to 40.000
tons a year. Aside from the pos
sibility of dovoloinng the platenu
between the Waialua nml Koolau
ranges, there is still a good deal of
wells are now being put down to
increnso the output to f(HH) tons
from 8000, with u possibility of in
creasing it to 8000 or 10,000 toiiB.
Proceeding along the route there
are more sugar lands and an abun
dance of water at Mokulcia. Puss-
J. J. EQAW.
to the Front
One of the inot prominent re
tail dry goods stores is shunted nt
514 Fort street, mid is successfully
many years is tliomughU qualified
to know what will uit the eliiiuite
nnd circumstances of our ic-idciit-.
Ho i thoonh in ii it in In", line who
employ while lalior niit-iiie In
March' he will Inn-' mIm.iiI lil.(HH)
Miinples of the latest il -igiH and
stvles. and bv the nct Australia
iiiiiiimred bvireiiiiilJiiek Kifiin who Ill's new easons patterns of plain
fll... I.l kunu'i. 1.n Jii,. K"M,! will mine. hm.ii! iiis
pnsBongors and freight on this isl
and, thousands of ncres of what
was onco but precarious pasturago
for horses nnd cattle has blossomed
like tho roso with golden sugar
cnuo. There wore but fow people
in the land who did not decry Ins
enthusiasm ns wild, to use tho mild
est term, but ho staked practically
nil ho possessed upon the project.
And ho has won - if not n fortune
for himself, tho glory of being n
public benefactor in tho highest
hoiiho of the word.
his labors ar
years in steam
nuricutturnl hinds of tho Uwa dis
trict, and tho splendid haven of
Pearl Harbor. A magnificent su
gar plantation has been started in
thnt district, directly ns the result
of tho opening of the railway. Thc ' ri" m" M"H'U ""."". "." """" nrosner itv u the tmst
Ewn plantation produced thisyear iluuwot water auuoKUieia. i nss- ,mmi;cr f t,t. firm, Mr. 11. F. , word is as gosl ns his bond, and
. .t " i nt. Itnliiibii tilmiliifimi wliifilt in- I . ... .. 5 . . ......
netween six ami seven tnousami .!,."""" r ,".,,""- jJiiiingluim, w woll known as me that to linancial nuthonties is sny-
tons ni sugar iroiii .1 ncres oi ,',,, "b ""-'"" ""'". most energetic ami successiui pro- mg as mucluis can Do said. May
land that, in seasons of drought, "m ,,"'r', miher largo irnctot , l()tcr 0 lLw enterprises tho coun- our readers never be compelled
wns one of the most nnd wastes " ," " wiuuwnni hhil oi in t JmH (,vor julown ir, J)ilmg. fn necessity to smoke other to-
upon which human eyes ever isiauii, wiiiinunoiiuiiauu oi w'u'.,' ) jH ,f,n,.ral manager of the burro ur eat other lunches than
lighted. The railway and irriga- 1 ' franchise for the Oahu Hal , 0ft,,n -, , tt Lnml t'oniiiimy, , Nolte's.
tion were the artilicinl factors, en- way nnd Land Lompany was , oh- W1UH,, ,.xjHiom.0 iH ,h,t. t 1, in-j -
terpnse aiding nature did tho rest. J'n '" ll'L ,h. ! , , ception and energetic promotion of i T. B. MORRAY.
a III.- ui.ni mini inn il.., ....:.... II.. iu nl.i iiwiuii iml
l...... 1 I...U -"".I" "4". ..-" -." I" ..........
IS OIIO OI till
men iu Honolulu.
Mr. Kgan first saw the light of
day in Michigan, and wusbrought
up to the dry goods business, in
fnc.t, Mr. Egau states that he has
from his earliest boyhood had dry
goods for breakfast, lunch and din
(i.ek of line l,"U max now In
seen diagonals. che iow, eas-diucr-es
and pnutiilooiiiiigs of the very
best. One sieciall which gentle
men here will appreciate, is his line
of the finest diagonals iu iiliiti for
- summer and seaside purposes.
Gentlemen are known by the cloth-
I es thev wear, and Mr. Itoth's make
HOLLIBTHR DRUG COMPANY.
., , t -if ii ...t. . t .-... iiouiirv, uaiiie ur inner viniiiin iu
the heirs of Mr. Castle who form , I pnHoi tJck,D io ,nteH of h,H
!... s ..... .ai 1 k. -.AMal.n it ni illn tllt a. .
inu iirrnuiu im-iuutin iu uiu mm. regulnr patrons, nnd on the arrival
Until September, 1878, it wns car-, f earh steamer, what ran discount
ried on iu tho original locality , n dish of his celebrated fresh
where it was established by Mr. ' "inters! In cigars and tobacco
,.. , .... . . mi .. devotees or tho fragrant weed nnd
Dimond, on King street, ihen it N()1(( now nH 0Vjr ftf H tcr o,
was removed to its present locution ! w,tMrv i iM,ssession of tho best
t nusiness. ine nrm nns pros- cents
pered with the prosperity of the i the name carries with it its encoiii
country in spite of the ominous mm of excellence. Say to a pipe
date of its inauguration, nnd still Hiuoker Nolle recommends tins to
hopes to receive nnd deserve the burro, and ho tries it without
patronage whirh has priMlurrd its question. For yenrs havo told
prosperity in the past. The sen- their tale of truth, nnd Nolto's
C -tr . 1 Tt t . .1 ..
i Jir , g i'i ' Moiiomin ; iH (l t.,;rljrtl.llt0 thnt thev nre of the
in 1885 for the express purpose of , t ,() )(l foul, t(i -lAnwUt
oDoninu n retinl dry uods store:
ho nlmost immediately secured tho
ufitrnu mitt iininf iiml liv Afetiifiriiv
at Fort and Merchant streots. He ,
remained there about a year, when
realizing thnt tho bulk of the trade
would bo up town, he moved his
stock to his present quarters.
Oweiutr to his strict attention to
busiuttss he has built up one of
tho finest trades in the city. Aside
One of the Oldest Establishments In
Unllittcr & ('o. win the ni.iiic of u llrtu
CHtnl'lirihetl in IHi'.l. IIh iiiiiiic Iiim tlort
cuiideil to a nmv llrm thnt in ilcHcriln.'.)
elHowhcru In this iiiiur. In Ft'lirimry of
this yiurlS'.il) the old linn Ix-ciiine in-
Even the romise of tho rnilwny's
further extension caused the stnrt-
ing of the Kalmku plantation on
out just one year
..r ii... '...,.ll....... !,...... (,. i.ii.i
- . in lliu it ...niiunit j'lin.. w. t.i...
.aiiout tweniy-seven nines now in .,. n..,....;;..,. s.--:,,,,,, iw Mr
llji- iiitifiiiiui voi s!--.1 ---. -
i xpert Blacksmith and Carriage
...:.... i... ..-:.,.. :....! .,.,iu .!-.......... t, .-- Maker.
an equal scnle with the liwn. i''-' ",' . " , i ' i." ,j. H,,oL.tr, the manager or the
Tho railway is now being ex-! reached being 1 earl Harbor and I r ,,,,,,. r ti, jjIMini f . 1880 the subject of our sketch
tended to take in the tmnsporta- hwii nlmilnticiii. Ihernnro exten- ( 11Hj ,;, t,(! tmirer of the ! arrived iu Honolulu and began
tion business of the Wnianno and , nco and bannun phydnlions p . 0, , , 1ho , (,,u . h
Wninlun plnntntions, long in exist- nloiitttln- line betwe.ui Honolulu .. ,, k ' cu, HWUinry Mu ' ' ,r l ' " ' " '
I... :.....i. r.. 1....1, .5 ......i t nml the present terminus of the ' ,i. n ' t...n r hns been in lmsmess tor himself
UHlti lllli Ulll II 1171 Mil II III llliriimil .. .... - . . . ii lll'unilll'l III llll' Alini;i'lll
... . '. . I I .."" JV...
trom ins dry L'oods dopnrtinent no ,,..r..i...i .i..,i,.rii.t...,. r i'ii.. n..tu
has n millinery nnd dress making ,cr i)ru Co., Lid., ulil. a cplt.il M.wk
estHJilishment, under the nble di ' f s.Vi,nuo. II. It. HnliiMvr In priui
rocti'Jii of Mrs. Konner w'hohns.jcnl,,rt,OL.or,,()M1,(,ll( ,ml ,, rt.ml
atelj returned from tho Coast frolu autlvu piiriicipntlon in the uiainmu.
bringing back with hor nil the hit- Illt.nlor lhu i,uUv. ti10 ,., is
est styles A dress tiinshed by the uow ullJur t1(! lulllIllu Olllloi ()f
above artistic workwoiunn needs 0 mekliml IB tmmr. Williiun Whom,
no other reconimendntion, niid is Uu Mi-ork-niwl plminmoi-t, in trvn-urvr,
sure io uenso mo niosi iiihihiiuuh. , .....i .i vy. wi,,,.., i......,,.!,.,. ri...
Mr. Egnn deals lurgoly in gents' j mu. llM , . ,nr Ul0 hl , rt(lcko( ,
girji s (joodrt in Uiu cuiiniry, nml umWcn a
Hpi-uiiilty ot ihIiiiuI onli'. It Imi lt-ul-
iiit,' with all tliiqiliiiitiitiniHin the roup.
furiiishini' goods, and nil tho lat
est styles in gents' wear are to be
found on his counters.
t I. I I.i ... l.!.. ... ""
-jimiiii. iHMigni m nun ruwiu A forco ol U-u moil In kept i-iiuMlililly lit
imported direct from tho factories, Hor n ,ho oM (), w corMjmliolli
unit Tor ensh tliii. eiiubles htm to , T,10lltm 1M thu mi'uvifF.tir tsn.-iit uinny
buy cheaply, and bv selling nt u pu.nllUl.lcllw. AorH.ro,l,ul..lU..ru
close margin he is nblo to dispose wor,u 10 WMU.uU of ,, lirillMiry ,ir..tf.
or Ins wures iltdj'klv, thereby keep-1 -lonJ ln (ml wuuM ,,lllU L,,u.
ing Ins shelves hied by the latest , talnib cubic dunhluot thu llui.i.i.riNn
nnd best the market allords. He ; ttlorlll, lltt,u Ulcro Iire ,lt.u UlUw r
immrtii all of lim go.sls direct from . 3ooo , A .,. H,lodlU.H IoMt, Tbcro
America, Luropo and .lapan. He a ,iroi8loiw 8locK of a,clhlll, FimmI ,or
M shortly going to enlarge his babk8- And IV-iry Uuvin-I'uin Killer
tniMU, .. ii . .... i.H m... ... ,lK. . wh illatlt UMlll n jr wllrvwlM, fM,m rnK.
i-imiininiiiif inn iiiikii.v inrieiihiiig '
trade. ' I
means of ronnnuiiication nlmost ns .il10 r'"" 'H-ingpusncdon
much of u trmi hiewinihi as Alaska "' ..'.J 'imi"Jn
i 1 1 m ii i i t i in i i i n .mr ir t 11.. wiifiKii iirii i .
to tne duik oi mo population oi -.. ; -.".,..... ,- (M,
i vice-nresident of tin
I Carriage Factory and a director of to the line establishment
fill lilt. Iltl ll .!ll 1 A
If, ll.t ' HIM'CIUH IH tlH'.U.OlUMl 111 UIO lOfO- t i.H il,,, : ,..11 1
lint tho enterprise- of Oahu's , " remarks, promises to be one t ,)oth (,10 ovprillll01lt n,
railwny king, ns Mr. Dillingham :.,r ,th;gren test sugar estates in the (.Unlile coi.iniunity hoh
tuny fairly be culled, has only be
gnu to yield results in tho devel-1 t"gi'HV investors. Jiie largo seaio (l(ljr UlnonillH KOod
opnieut of tho Island of Oahu. ' " w,,1('11. . ll"'dntion is to be , ,.,. lllllllljitMIlt H,on,
There hns just been issued the pro-1 ."luiiiPtMl, insures fiinnpuiwH in ,5 0..L.xw'W)i H ,livided into vnri
spcrtusof the Oahu Hugnrt'o. with imi.mHiJi'Wrj'. it w in rioso prox-1 MM tii.iuiptimiilH. Entering on the
11 ...ii.il.,1 ul.mL- .if S llllll IUIII II nmu I" iiiiuuiuiu, nw mill uiu
11 .jviiii.', .
Hawaiian ' ""d bus progressed from nothing
Land Co. linn. Mr. Murrnv is un American
be seen that ..:,: 1 ;a i.,.. ..r !..
I V. Ill it ll (lint in ft un linn 1 ttj
the liter f SlSvonu (!n..r.l nml Imuliemi itreH.
ity hold the mem ,Mni ri... v. .;... l.i.nmut ait.
bers of the firm in high esteem for ;,u ,., ;,.: n.., i.nii.ii,,,.
i...: - .T.i 1:1 ,w "- i""- "-n
7.1.1 he nowocrttpies is a two story iron
w null the 1. ! .. .... .... .i . ..i.i..i.
buililiuu on Kinu street, which
rontaius within its dimensions of
rTfsv.fn fii-it n ttniitf ulinti ii liiitJit-
I .. I !..- f - lit ulLi.itl 1st' t"A'- I o..wM . s.w.j
lies nnd the K '"""i"?", "i"'.. 1. ..i . '.. . Hl.oen.gdepnrtn.ent, general ninck-
..illi'.i ..Iiiiii atMHSla.k IHIIH llWif '
. .. IIWIH.IIlllKlllllllll Ikl Ollltlt
ttr-ikik.kLiitu t.v timrnlo nil iifiin tT III- II II IIHIMPl lll ll rn wi nuiri
im wiwnLii tv wim'iiiiu nil iiiiii t - . . 1.1 . . 1 iiir rnnirni i-iiinir iixiiiwiiiin -.
(MM) itcieH of sunerior suwir lands ' Hlnpping ol sugar will Pllurtiil 1 . .1 . 1 ,1 ,. ... .vi,u.i, """l" " n,,"r l"' -" ", "i V
utNMKiiHoi su oenoi sugai anus ,.,... rises to tno seioiMi 11001 011 win oepurtment nnd 11 carriage building
on the lino or tho Oahu llmhwiy. " " ""hutiiiph st. 1 no mini is 01 . t1(, m Kmieent and unequalled .... 1 ....:,. Hi1(ll. i the latter
1 i tutimnli.il tli.it it will ...wi thoinos fertilodoscription, andthe .i!,...!,... ,.7 ,.illuuu.llPI, (Miinn nnd' . ; V .v'i iniur
J UmiSJ t "reclmul n.ui nt mdi i Hr pl.y Ih such ,i to admit of r" fc'Si. i"" "o bo , " ft ZSnZ! winrh
and put in ,1 crop on t(MHI ifrres in J "B Jjt &11 ' -' found I full lino of lamp goods "J, g,1 KSm .it !!
lS -u' 1 Uu:jtxnm (n,m,1,',l,:,;::i" S,V,srriptions for stork of tll( . fi'"prising library, hull, mnqu.it Ut. f(rHt ( th ow y(.lir. Mr.
milled in 1807 mo plared at W00,- 1,, ninM riptions lor stoi k 01 1111 j ,,, i,unprt m,.l hanging Murrnv enmlovs no less thnn six
IHMI net iilliiwimr miirar io be 1JI'" HJ?r C'lliipuny Will bo re- ilimi ....,1 ,.m,l,.li,.rH Ilird nllrra ' '"' " '., "" . ," M "i
nun net, allowing Htignr to '.'!., p .. .. . tho Ouliu lll,,,l,ri , ,l,,l immieiiorrt. uiru teen men in the various depart
worth VM per ton. Tho not khiii, "' " "l l,' om(,oVll,0UH,im , caues of every style, a full line of iu..ri,wmil,liul,.n. in,i.
,'u 11 ...I ..1 wui luin 1...:.... ir. .,-. 1 nanway anti i.aim 10111 mny, uiso
iu 11. ........ 1 .. o)ui luin I...:.... ir.
in iiuii.ui III '.'.., 1MI1, IF11IIIU Ifl -. . - ,. ., . "11 I I
per cent. 011 uctunl capital employ-1 '' the oil ces or 1-. M. Hatch,
ed, or 14 1-10 per cent. 011 total J- Atherton, .1. O. Carter nnd
capital stock. L'rom plant cunes
and ratoous it is estimated the yield
Tor 1HSW will bo lli.OIHI tons, worth
.00,000, u net gain of $:!00,000, or
IH per cent, upon tho capital stock.
For 1800 there is an estimated
yield of 20,000 tons, worth $1,000,
000 giving a net gain ir$ 100,000,
or 20 per cent, upon the capital
Mr. Dillingham, who, it should
linvo been said, is tho projector or
this vast sugar estate, gives acts
and iigurcs from other plantations.
Xhn Best Practical Plumbur in Ho
nolulu. For thirteen years honest John
Phillips has been a necessity in
Honolulu. Ah tho Scottish bard
sings of his birthplace, Ayr:
"ThoroV nu'er a Iiniii Hiirpi.Bf'cri
Fur hiincHt uii'ii and lionnie Iiihsch."
Now John cannot be characterized
wnicu nro conciusivo nut wouui 1 as tho hitler, hut the hrst descrip
only weary the reader to give heru I tion fits him to a dot. Mr. l'hillips
in dotail. This report may be . ws born iu thu parish or linrr,
confined, chielly, to udiscussjoiuir I near Ciiroiu, Ayrshire, Scotland,
tho comparative moritsof artificial ! J.'or years he followed his trade iu
as ngainst natural irrigation. It ( thn best establishments of his nu
is propose.! to irrigate the rich tivo hind, leaving it 1872 for the
lauds ol wincli the promoters nave
the option, by pumping works.
Tho idea that raising nine by ar
tificial irrigation is not so profit
able as by natural irrigation, has
AdioiniiiL' this department is the
art room, tho finest in Honolulu,
beautifully fitted up and furnished.
Here aro paintings by Tavernier,
Strong, 1). 11. Hitchcock, Mrs.
Kate Mooro Wells, Mrs. Taj lor and
othur local artists. Sleel engrav
ings by Long, photographs (orig
inal ),artotypes,etchings and photo
gravures lino the walls nnd fill tho
portfolios. Thorn is displuyoil a
sample of 11 full line of mouldings,
iu oxidized silver, oak, ivory and
rise our readers.
X. O. ROWK.
ware, cutlery and pocket j..,,...!.. ,liHiaved on the walls nro
nre also to be inspected. n. r.,!!.....:.,,, ..ni,.. u,1i1,..l.rt.
which will nerve better than any
thing else to show what Mr. Mur
ray's ideas or a worker are:
"Wo built this shop just Hpeci
ully for you to loaf in."
"The biggest bore on earth is
the man who talks other than busi
ness while you are working."
"Working hours from daybreak
to sunset. Political hours from
sunset to daybreak. We sleep
when vou give us a chance."
m 'i. ....... .., ..:....., ...,.1 .. 1. ....... .
... . .. ' ... . .ill. .ilium) n in urn ...... .iii.nii-
gilt, ivory imd silver, gi land plain, ur r w,.. wiu h0ur i,)(.t.tion,
wiuini .1111 i .; uiu iu "". " luld We Ml ndvi
irane .10110 111 nns line tiuriug
Christmas week wns enormous. A
full line of artist's material of ev
ery description, and of Winsor .V 1 , , M "" , A. w .
Newton's tube oil colors nnd Dus- ' Dor.tlnB in the Most
Hulilurr colors is kept iu stock. Silk , Attractive Style
shudes for lunitis lend variety nnd jn ihi2. over thirty-two yenrs
States. In 1881 he arrived on these color to the scene. A morn pleas- 1 Mr It.(l mj(.a in Honolulu,
shores, nnd opened up n plumber's ant calling place for ladies than . ,,.,.,.,... Vl...rrt iHfl(I. : 10,51 1.,,
shop in partnership with Andrew I tho art room it is dilHcult to i.n- , About two jwim latei in lhW, he
llr.i.i-.. imu' K....nr:. ..... ,!..., ,,f I aiMiie. AiuoiiL'st iiiaiiv other not- stinte.1 in luisiiiess for himself,
water works. His worth us u niuii I nblo pictures, u pastel "or the late
been pretty well exploded iu this , and a mechanic were speedily rec- Dr.lrousseau by J). 11. Hitchcock,
country. Where the rainrall is oguiKcd, and iu 1800 he wns elect- and n view r tho l'nli by Mr. Mc
nrecanous and uneven, artificial , eil to the legislature as a noble by Caudless, Jr.,attrart innnediate at-
ini.il. nit. hi liiimr niiiklii.il inal In unif . il... .... ....... I ..IV....K. ..T I.S.. I..!!..... ' limliii.i lmi fii.iiiim linrii iu II. ul
. . iuiiiii'ii, i.if ...... . j.ii v. un, mjiir.iu tuiiil in 111 llin .ut.u.i ........ -..v ....... ... I "II
11. , ,...1.1.1 ,.r 11... cull .....a) lw ! .......1., :..:..., ,.r 1 1 ..1 .. ,..1 u I nil .uiiiiiiiu InH liiiiiiiirniii.ii.il. itovve has not continuously resided
,iiu iii.ii, 11 ... ,.... .'.., .... ! IU17V ll.llil. n ill Jiilllilll.ll, llliw un 1 " ...-...(5.. .... ... ... ....- ..... ... -
Hiiperior. That is, of course, well as the general business public pied. Tho most striking featuro here, as he has been away a dozen
where the resources Tor it are ' recognized his worth. Though not ' throughout the establishment is its , or so times, but bus always kept
never railing. 1 a rabid partisan iu polities he has careful and orderly arrangement, up his connection with Honolulu.
Joseph Mnrsden, Commissioner ' nlwuvs been tine to his opinions, j everything has its place, and every- Mr. Howe is a native or Cheshire,
or Agriculture, who is an exper- ; vt a'll his old customers stay by thing is iu its place. Space for- Kngland, where his family is well
ieuced planter, says that one of .,iiu without regard to politics or ! bidB to do more than mention the , known. He left Knglaud iu the
the objections to starting planta- , party dill'erenres, and this, in view ' elevators and the trolly system or Crimean war year and has been
tionsonthis island has been that ()r the recent state or alTuirs, is u , using the shelves; the shipping end ' pretty well around the world since,
it had no water, and ir it had water ' matter of pride to any linn. John delivery desks with their excellent lauding iu California in 1857. As
there was no way of getting it on l'hillips does tho best and most 'alphabetical systems; the beautiful , 11 painter and decorator Mr. Kowo
the land. Hut so many improve . satisfactory work in his line iu Ho- j and convenient counters ami shelv- , has few equals and no superiors 111
ineiits have been made, within ten ' nolulu, and has done W.O. Irwin's ' ing made right in the store; the Honolulu. l'rettv nearly every
years past, iu pumps that water 1 work, W. F. Allen's work, and the , basement with its excellent arran- building iu town has either been
ran be rained 124 feet for less nion. ' Kaniehaiiieha school's plumbing, ' gement or divisions; the packing l painted or renovated by him or
than it cost 11 Tew years ago to raise and in fart all the really good work and shipping room, ote. Space under his supervision. Every re
it 20 feet. Improvements are still in Honolulu of late. Seven 0111- also is lacking to do more than quiroinent of the trade is to be
This public appreciation of his
labors in their service is gratifying
to Mr. Fgau in the extieme. as it
shows Iiiiii that by still toiling he
will tiirther gam the public's
A corps or l'entlemen salesmen
will always be found iu attendance,
and nowhere iu the city can you
get served more promptly or dent
ed with more coiirtcry. than at J.
WILDER ft CO.
lumber Merchants uud Dnalms iu
In 1872 the late S. O. ilder en
tered into the lumber business iu
partnership with J. I.Dowsett. In
the same car he bought out his
partner's interest, and under the
firm inline or Wilder V Co. entered
into partnership with C. 11. Low
ers. This partnership lasted about
three years when it was dissolved w'""0 " ,"" w 1' ,"mwl,ow1 w,,w ,
Mr. Lowers retiring, and Mr. Wil- l"Kni.hic ml hUw-cu..o rmppl!
dor carrying 011 the business alone.
In 1880 W. C. Wilder was niiido 11
partner and continued so till S. 0.
Wilder's death, since which ho has
managed tho firm single handed iu
the interests or the estate, with the
satisfactory result lately made
known iu our columns, through the
proceedings in the settlement of
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Hitf nclk'H in Klllure. NcntliVri l-'inxl Ih
mietlior Irviilsou fur Inibk-H kept l the
liiindrcdui;lit,iind thu "kuU" fed on it
liuvu to Imvu tliu Iminlrvtl 011 the Fmr
li.inkn' lony: beforu Iwiiitf tjul ul their tocan.
To thuuiMinil .ilitfoicrllullinU'rwuiill
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1 uppiriir to im 11 two Hturutl concurii.
j Would ou Im hiirpriA.il to Icitru that the
1 couiiuuiy uuciuiit'H four Hours; And that
tho third and fourth Hours cour twice
lhu Hiipcrliuial urviiof thoiiiiiiti druntoru,
with which thu public in fainili.irSr 'i'hu
l.iuiiiuoiit mid ntoru lloors nro 'MxlYi ft ft
fitch, nml thu hcuond iloor nml mtlo hnu
uu area of llxtil fool I'licl.-xti'iuliiiK over
thu well known grocery of IcIh .tCo.
Thu coiiipnii)' Iiim JS'JD feet of shelviii;,
whicli is only nlxiiit Iftl ynnU nhort of 11
Thu ilolllnter Drill Company is pre
eminent ill tint phntou;iaphiu IiuMir-hh.
It uiiiiutiiiiirt u dnrk n. 111 for tho inj.u.
cinl couveinelico of iimiiteiir pliutoyril
pliers. Thu company curries 11 full line
of photographic Komln. It h thu tit-nt
of thu M. A. Hoe. I Dry Plate L'l.mpiui) ;
nliioot tliu Jviihl mini KtMlnk Co. nml the
Ci. .V: II. Anthony tlrui of New Vork,
Kixlnkn can Imj obtained here nt from 1,
Tor children's umi, to Sloe, for the ex
port. Thu curponitii.n him 11 well -iiiippcd
laboratory, llcru it iiiukert all sortn of
plmrmiicuiiticul prepiiriitluns. boitllit
powders, violet powders, etc., keep two
men nt work till thu time toluep up with
thu piitruniiu of thu critahlinlnucnt.
Theru aru Herernl men in the employ of
the cHtutn in tlie Court. I Im tirin
isnownn iurorporntion with Mr. I ' corporation wim mu iKtn with the
W. C. Wilder us inunuger. The I h"UHO ""' lu " -wwily years. Mr.
linn curries a full line or builders' 1 NSoou' uettl l,t l,, l-lianiwceullcnl dc
mnteriul nnd supplies or every des-1 l""-n.ei.l. h.w li theru for lwelvoyei.ro,
crintion. Lumber, seasoned nnd I Mr- Lckliiul for Un yenrs, and others
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mr leaner eii.Hin; .1111 ni'iiri) uu .11 me
active tiu-mhf rxof the corporation, ns well
us Hiilivinrn and irlerUi", hnvu Ihtii in the
iMliibllnhmeiit Ioiik eiioiiuli to U'cumo
favorably known to tin. publiuaiid uorlhy
uiiiHilUpliijM mi thn Fourth of July n
well ns in nil IVecmlxT.
Lntel) the uorporiition purclmwd the
ilruklorc of Dr. MeKll.l.ln, which linn
Ik'cii etiil.lirlinl for a whole ir. nerntlon.
The doctor ctill attendd nt nliilr-d hours
for coiHiiltntion. and the old wtiirnl is lw
hit; run wpiirntely. Thin brunch ntoro in
in chnrcr of A. V. Meyer, nn exper
leiiml ilrucirl. lioth of tho drug
stores hnvu tlcuunt soda water ntnndH,
uhero thu lxt fruit extrnctn, blended
with nernted wntem, nil thu sterling niln
end wuters, and viirioiHinedlcnlcHHcnceH,
hucIi an acid phor.phiiter, are dinpclwed.
JOHN THOMAS WAXERHOUBE.
Ono of the Oldest and Largest Mer
chants ln Honolulu.
John TI1011111H WnterhoiiiOHtiirtwl buni
in s 111 Honolulu In IM.J1, in 11 ntoru on
Niiuimu titreet, where hu worked up a
liirne trude. Somuthuii' li-mtlinn twenty
eurH ago .Mr. WntcrlwiHo gave over thu
net He mntiiigeiiieiit of ImhIii.'hh, which
laid grently extendnl, into thu luilidn ot
hit. two hoih. Il Ih 11 wholesale nml re
(nil biiilnins, occupying Hire1 retail
Hloreri and four wi.relioilr.eH, all of lurge
iliiMinmoii-.. The hoilnu doeri a Inrgu
biiiiuesr. iu tho country ilDitrictM of all
thu JmIi.ikIh. It dealn iu dry goodri,
ciocker)wan', hanlwarc. gnnvri., ni.I
dlery, enrpetn, rugn, umbrellas, etc., nnd
the Iiuiim' luw onu of thu llnent rejiuta
tious for the good ipiiihty of its merchan
dise. The ".No. Ill More' 011 Kort street
ii uiiHiirpu-isvd by any iii....iiuiii iu lu.wi
lor thu stocK ot dry and fancy mnxlH,
.lolls, to)H, etc., it dlHplu)H. Tliu remnlu
.It r of lhu hUriner.H is on Ijueen street
hunting some of the principal w but vet.
Tliu loiuider and head of thu limine, it
in sad to report, is while tliewo Hues lire
being written, lying vei low under thu
weight of rcelll-lliliu)ciilrt. Ml. Water
housu long 1. no dir.pli.yetl nil eiiterpriio
iu luhertltilig ami pushing b.lnlln-w,
which inlgnt Ih lhu envy ot iiiauy of tliu
blight yoimg liuilloir. of tliu present day
A stroke lie iiimle back in InI partook
of lliitnum's genius and gavu hi storo
thu niimu of "lialu Itamelo" from thu uu
Uvi-h. lie brought homu witli him by
thu big Yiinkcc, from a huriine trip
iil.r.M.I, a IH eimiol. Sometnxly had
lironght a herd ol ciiiiicIh to Cuhforuiu,
IhlnUing these "ships ot the dwelt"
would In) useful as puck auliuals to and
from thu gold digging. Mr. Wuturhoitso
Isjiight ono of them and on getting it
safel) landed placed it on exhibition lio-
bind his store, where all who bought 'i'r
cents' worth could see the camel. Thu
uiiiiiinl accidentally hurt its foot and
died of lockjaw. Mr. Walurhouse Inm
acipiirtsl u great deal of laud and hoilnu
property In Honolulu and suburban set
tlements, lie eagerly Insight loin nt
IVnrl City I 'clausula, when the railway
company put them up, and him built
aboUt forty houses their, Including a
eoiiiliin.il church 1111. 1 school. Thu
Ljceiliu built for a Methodi-d .'Impel ut
his mm charge, thu Knglu house and tliu
Victoria Iioiim. nro his property. His
homestead In .Siiiiiinil strict is one of
tliu nimt attractive residences iu Hono
lulu. Mr. Wntcrhoiise has cnissM the Atliiu
lie on his business trips abroad iils.ut
sixty times. Of late )cnrs his son John
T. has done the foreign biiing for tliu
house. Henry Waterhonsu wasu member
of tlu Advisory Council of the l'ioUioii.
al (lovernmeiit. uud is elect. tl as a mem
ber of the tirst Senate of the Kepublie of
Hawaii, and besides Inking part in his
father's business, is 11 uiciiibei of thu cor
poration C. Uruwer ,V Co.
John T. Wntcrhoiise. Jr., is a iiiciiiIht
of the llonr.l of Health, a tiiihtiv of thu
ii.i'ii's llo-pitnl, a trustee of the Sailors'
Home, and a prominent iiicmtrcr of the
Central Union chinch, of whose Suiulii)
hcIiihiI he was formerly superintendent.
He also huldsthe agency of tin- Union In
surance Company of KuKlmid.
Thu inline WuterhoiiM) is idcutilicd
with thu mnteriul ami moral progress of
the Huwaiiiin Islands.
liuvnig a year previously joined
the ranks of tho benedicts. Three
years later he became n member or
the Odd 1'ellowh' Society. Mr.
or every variety, local and
imported, paints, oil, glass and
builders' hardware of every des
cription are constantly in stock, -in
fact overvthiiiL' vou need in
btiildiuL' or rcimiriiiL' u houso. from I ,,f '11' employ
tho un.leriiiniing to the roof pin- I T,u'ro irt " dNgresslon in thu foregoing
uncle. The company also carry a ' l'rugr.iph Tor which thu uoU-tuUcr on
full supply of coals. Everyone ! ,wwl"ii isnlonu r.sponible. He,
who has hud dealings with the n.wucr. can .olemnlj mwar that hu met
firm knows that it has never un-' wi,h '".gun thnt nujliody didn't know
justly, trickily or tyrannically i vu" lo'"K,1 "r wutridg. that haven't
pressed any mini's interest away i Uv,i "port.'.l to MeKw.y, inu tour of
from him, and that for fair and ' ,lw '"llr "" lhu i.edid run nenrss u
h.piaro dealing the name of Wilder . machine that turn, .nn ..nti bilious pills
on these islands has become pro- i or " ki"1' ,,f I"11'1 ..rsl nt tne nil.- id
verbial. Whnt higher encoiniuiu ' '""' minute. It im.w full) menu to give
can be L'iveu to a businesh house ' lltt ml of contldentiid informatioii,
than that! That it will keep up ' " hiisinerw in busimss, and itileuuud
its reputation both for niir dealing I '"' iuv-'sllgiition that the rm man's guild
and reasonable prices, its piesont j ' " lueiatlve put run of saeeluiiiue
miinagoinont is a guarantee. I1"'-, on., of w t.i.li is . .pud in sweetenuig
. . . power lo seveinl eul.es .. ihe suiiu ol
liientloii the feature-, id the nn- found lit Iiih ChtaliliHhiiient, anil he
meiise htock or hardware, agricul- can attend to anything in his line
turul iinploiuonth, ugute ware, f rum contracting to decorate a
tools, ami the thousand and one palace to pniutiug a washtub. Of
other things or which the l'acilic all thu merchants iiibusiuehs when
told good with ilohu, as Hardware t o. keep a supply lor Mr. Howe started m Inihincss, not
othenvine he would be owner or their patrons. J Jut inoulioii must one now is engaged in the iiusiiifhS
liiiir the town to-.luy, nnd tlie pout '' miule or the ('urboliueiiiu fur he wns then in. Mr. Howe has
wim sung, prcnorviug wood fnnu the rnvager, outlasted them all. Mr. Itowo is
"The plumber ciiiiiu down liku 11 wolf on "f inserts and rot, whether exposed the inventor and uiaiiurarttiror of
the fold, to wier, ground or air, and special Howe's li.piid slating, a prepara-
Hispocketsnll lined wilhsolderforgold," ini.ntiou iiiust be made. r theirrel- tion fur blarkboar.ls, either on
Hi. In. i..1 iirjei.M ,ilinili.il lir.mil nf viiiniiii.i nil nml ei.iul i.b.Mli.r iv . .1.1.1. r liiuil'il. Ho
lubriraliug oils, whirh bv their us. has the full sale of this all oer
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WOUld IlllVe lieell 7111,1111(1 II year, nillll'llUIIIUII llioor. Uiuiliri'inHj- niu.'ninni u....iniumn ui .nuiiun 11. ill.' in. 11.1. in, iiiiii i.nn.-nnun iiiiiii..
and 11 net loss or 'J."i,IIU0 for the thing rrom patent waterrloels and the planting iiitorchth.irtho islands, lentinioiiialh to its alue from those
three years would hae been pre- liaths lo tupping the wuleriiiuin or (io uud neo for yourself and be who had practical experience,
vented. The water is pul on iu the ll.ing 11 gaspipe, fiotn ineiidiiig the coin inced it will pay yon to deal Staining, graining and varnishing
nioiillisof .liilv, August, September leak in the roof lo putting a new with the l'acilic llar.lwaiel,o.,aiid and thu pioiliirli.ui of ailistir and
iinIOrtober,w:hoiithocuno requires sink in the kitchen, and when you it will be a delight to you to be highly tiiiished signs am also
it most uud the rainrull in the light-1 see the suialluess id tho bill you waited on by their guiitloiuuul ni.ccialti.'H or Mr. Howe nml Ins
est, so that the yield or sugar, us will ueer kick. I and obliging stall' of iihsistuuU. i able assistants.
being made, some having been ployees are steady at work under
adopted oven in the shoit period hmi, and ah umiiy as twelve are
since Ewn plantation wan started, employed front time to time. The
Thoro are pJautatioiiK on the il-, old saw, that the plumber ban a
and of Hawaii that have paid di- ' mortgage 011 your house and lot,
Vldends equal to nearly mil per doi'snt
cunt., dependent oil the raiinall,
lint the last three years they have
hud drought that has reduced their
yield by mio-hull' making a loss
r iifJOO'loiiH a year, or 7.10(1 iu the
thron drv voars. when the uveriiL'e
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price was .10 a ton. If they had was away oil, for l'hillips prices
iiiinm'ini works like Ewa. tlie cost are entirely reasonable both for
Merchant Tailor and Outlltter
Mon'a Finn Olothiiitf.
Thirty years ago Mr. Itotli made
his advent among us, and iu con
junction with Mr. I'isher carried
on his prchout business Tor ten
ycui'b. Sinco thou ho has been in
business for himself, and has al
ways lieeu looked upon as the lead
ing man in the tailoring business.
From uionarchs down, everyone
who wanted to be iu style invari
ably asked Mr. Hold's assistance
in covering his body with the lat
est styles iu clothes, Yet Mr. Itolli
has done and still does work or
every kind in that line .low u to the
cheapest styles in llu market. 1 tut
he still enters bir the liuest trade oil
the islands, His goods nre im
ported direct to his own order, and
ids styles am modeled 011 the lat
est from Loudon, I'aris and New
York. Mr. Hoth himself has been
commerce, mid the Holhster Drug Com
puny iiinl.it. them to older by the thoii
ruiud. 1'ii.ple who think ijiiuuue is the
1 only eiiie for miil.iria enn get them lieru
1 0 the pound or the liiiixlriihvelnlit.
I Dr. Willi.niH' 1'iuk l'ills for I'alu People,
I nltlioiiKh having no icfeienei. to thedis-
liiet physician foi the II1I0 distiict, is
1 bound to cut an iiupoitiiut llguro in the
' pit mm villi. .11 of the public health. The
public p's icipiiics it, mid the llollMcr
Drug Company can supply it.
The complin) nmkes a spceillltv of toi
li t articles. It sells uilocii of .1. IicIoiihH
ll.ivored so.ip loi imly iT. cents There is
also u lllle..fslll!lenlllislriliiielits, nplhlls,
etc, kepi III stock. The compiiiix is
iimking a spicial fealuie of this branch.
For I loll. ln Kill ko.hU the llollMcr
Drug ('0. is pariiiuoiuit in certain lines.
What hns pi! been mention, d am.iteiir
ptiolouiiiplilc oiltlits will dcei.le liiuliy
Ulin.ls oil the iUesl.iU of the SCII-l HI
Toilet reuisites are ei recherclm as
found at this stoie Tin leme brush nn. I
comb sets iu n al ivory, all sorts of Mi,ipr,
ninl pctfilili.'S ol cei) Mtiui.hinl l.riui.l
l.ubluH, (.'nlgiiloV, l.tiudUirg's, etc. Tin
Tho Place Kor Jiipannsa Ooods aud
"llohiiu" is the musical nauie ulldcd
alsne a storo near the foot of Fort str.i't.
It is eon.luet.sl by S. Kasiuimtsii. man
liU'er, 11 k uiiil ueutleaiiin wiio will con
saler it a pmilcKe to s1mw ou all the
wares desired. He nlo holds himself in
readiness nt all Union to impart iufoiuia
tion al Mint Japan and .lapauesi. trade.
The store sells at wholesale and retail,
dealiuu in all sorts of .lupimese merehnu
.lis., such as silks, crepes, cot tons, fancy
iiltlcles It keeps a liire,i. and vailed
stock of .liipiuiesii provi-i.ms. It is one
of thu largest hoiit.es in Honolulu .loini'a
Japanese business, "ltohan" wsll take
ordeis to forwnid to Japan for nnv spec
ial line of uoihIh, orany partiuularartiele,
which iiiii) Ih riiuircd by a customer.
Mr. Kiismimtsii is one of those progressive
business men who ini.Uc iitu of the adver
tising columns of the newspapers for
briuKiug iu tru.le.
At Williamn' Studio Are to he noou
I'ort raits on Watch Dinls, which he
m innking n specialty of, Lantern
Slidob for Ittcture bv the net or
popularity of ChnmlKirlaiu n
lteiueth nml the high onteoin
it is hold leads us to lw-
ill many quarters uf tho globe, and house always has 1111 atlinelhe airaiict
having Hindu his home line for muut of its gmsU, r.ully Inning Uluiit
Cough lteiueth nud the high oMeoin
I nno it to lie nu article of great
worth aud murk. We have tho
pleasum of giving the experience of
three prominent citi.oiut of Uedoudo
llencli, Cnl., 111 thoiisoof the reined),
Mr. A. V. rrudoll inyrv. "I have id
ways received iiromnl relief when I
used Chamberlain's Cough Itemed)-."
Mr. .lames Orchard says: "I am
satisfied that Uliaiiils-rlaiu's Cough
reuunly cured my ruld." Mr. J. M.
Hatcher ;i)i.; "For three year I
have umi.1 Chainlsirlaln's Cough
UkiiumI) iu my family and its resiiltn
have nlwa)i been Ktlinfactory." For
sain by nil drug-gild, llensiui, Smith
.V Co., ncjcnU for Hawaiian Ubudt,