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VOL. IX. NO. 1301.
HONOLULU, H. 1., SATURDAY, MARCH 30, 18!o.
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attention paid to all kinds of repair
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Jaibuoa' Diamond, Euamel 4 Btur
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Does hit kinds of Work In
C ment & Stone SidtwaiKs & Curbing.
Ht has on hand h large snpply of Chi
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waiian Cnrhlng Btoue. K-tlintt'en given
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Factories and Public Buildings
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over old whitowaelf without ecraping.
IT DRIES OUT WHITE AFTER
It is cheaper than whitewash, dura
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to -100 lbs., also in boxes of 100, 50
and 2.r pounds.
Outside Indurine I
This is for OUTSIDE Work
Such us Fences, Outbuildings and .
Laborer's Quarters. It is u thick
paste to bo diluted with cold water;,
stauds rain and exposure as well us j
oil paint, and costs but a fraction as t
much. It is lire-resisting us it con-,
taints no oil, and has uo equal us a
light reflector in dark basement",
damp cellars and similar places. It
is supplied in colors.
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Tho undersigned has a New Design of a
Three Roller Mill
With some special features A1m, a
Revolving Cmter Apparatus
For leveling cane before cntorlni: th mill;
which have ulv n Kroit HitlsfHutlon iu
Queensland, lit) will ho p'un-ed to show
his plans, at tho Ilittfuilau Motel, on re
turning by tho Ktnttu.
ANNUAL MKKTING OF TUB
Paiik Asocmtion will
tko plsce at tho Ollicn of W. G. Irwin to
Co., I.U., on MONDAY, April 1, lbW.at
10 o'clock A. M.
CI f Y BEAU 'XFIOATIOK.
i tddreas of Dr. Northrop on "Vlllago,
i Improvemaut "
Thoro was not a laruo nudienco at
(Iih Hiture by Dr. B. G. Northrop
on "Vtllngo lmprovoniont." It had
thn lu is fort u uo to bo potponod onco
in favor of a political mooting, and
otlior events wore in competition
with it on tbo night for which it was
fixwl. Thoto who attondod were
1 wll rewarded.
Dr. Northrop sketched th growth
! of organized elTort for town improve
I tuvut in tho Unitud Statu", giviuf,'
I tin position of pioneer to James
I HillliouM) of New Haven. The best
way to begin tho work was by a free
' lfcturo followed by organization.
I Polities should havo no place in it,
i ami a local improvement society was
j a gro.it sjlvont of political animosi
ties. It should include all classes,
I and bo largely composed of women.
I Thoy succeed better in getting
money and securinir tho co-opera
, tiou of nil classes. Ouco all classes
work together almost anything can
be accomplished. The objectH com
pri?cd mutiicipnl reform, sanitary
impiovetneiitg -water supply, sewer
ago and disposal of waste matter;
improvement of roads, sidewalks,
' ptrks, school yards and other public
1 grounds, the organizing of free pub
i lie libraries and the removal of front
fences. Tho lecturer paid a compli
I ment to Mr. Dillingham for tho gar
den he mndu at tho railway station.
Funds for tho society were derivable
from membership fees, life member- ,
chips and donations from residents
ami former residents. He said that
iu America, within tho past forty
years, more money had been given
by wealthy men while living to their ,
towns than in all the previous his-1
tory of the country. On tho first '
Arbor Day, twonty-tbreo years ago, ,
t.lanted. In 'tho' ireouraDhioa of 20 '
Dr. Northrop gave a summary
the report of Commissioner
len of the work being done i'u
gating trees by thoGovern-
meut. From tho King street nursery
havo been furnished, free, l)7'J0 for
economic tree planting, and for
schools and for oruameut iiOO trees,
there being on hand 20,000 fruit
trees of sixteen varieties; l'iJoO tim
ber, ornamental and modiciual trees;
11,750 palms, and 051.1 fibre plauts.
Iu tho Makiki nursery of one no re
there are 21.000 trees, including 2150
oranges, 1500 persimmon, 8000 cam
phor trees, and 2000 Japanese chest
nuts. Besides, there aro 8000 iu
pots and boxos, including 1GO0 log
wood, BOO Koua cofleo trees and 200
camphor trees; also, thero are soon
to bn ready many thousand of uow
fibre plants of tno hemp family aud
sisal. These with our unsurpassed
Kona cofloe solve tho problem how
to make small farmiug profitable.
Ho had been interested to view,
though at a distance, the planted
forests on Tautalus, and the 200
acres so happily situated soon to bo
opened for a grand nursery for this
Republic. Yet thoro remains thou
sands of acres of those islands now
barren aud almost worthless, which
might be, and ho was confident
would bo at an early day reclaimed
by tree planting.
The lecturer described the pro-
jgress in ado in lorostry in trance,
ami i oiu oi me resolution passeu iy
tho American Forestry Association,
of which he was chairman, at St.
Paul, Minnesota, thirteon years ago
in favor of Arbor Day iu schools.
Thoro was daugor in planting troes
too thick near dwelling houses, tho
old proverb boing in point, "Where
the suulight cannot come, tho doc
tor must." Ho recommended the
Japanoso ivy for covering bare walls,
such as those of Iuiwniab.no and
Central Union churches.
One of tho aims of such a villago
improvement is to develop towu
pride. It has been said that tho man
that doesn't dol'ght to cherish and
build up his own town has uo heart
in his boom. These societies have
done much to frateruizo the com
munity where they exist. The motto
of tho Swiss Confederacy should bo
the motto of every city nnd t own
'Ono for all and all for one!" The
first aim of these societies is to im
prove tho sanitary condition of tho
towu or city. Sauitarians toll us
years ago Nebraska whs described as t.h Imstlo (Jluu passed ol pleas
the "Great American Desert." Now "l-X' IwlrumwilBl music was
thoro aro l.CQO.OOO acres in that , )$a -'nJ.wl bf . .professors
State covered 1 w.th trees planted by Y"ndl'!' da S,lFa nD(l f-!'-'0 "
human hands. tHy,",;,,r" " """? "V,11 v!,0,'.,.,,1 Y'
that iai.000 deaths occur in tho
United States yearly from preventa
ble disease; and, if 120,000, twenty
eight times as many more, that is
three and omo third millions of sick
nesse-. It costs to be sick, and co-ts
to dio, as viewed in tho cold light of
political economy. In Memphis,
Tennessee, in 1878, thoro wore 1000
dentli!", hocaii'O it was the dirtiest
and lilt blent city in the South. To
day it is the healthiest, because
thoro aro uow forty-three miles of
sowers, fluhed twico a day by ono
hundred and niuoty automatic flush
iug tauks, each twico a day throwing
Into tho sowers ono hundred and
twelve gallons of water. I wont
through the city wiih tho sanitary
' engineer, and when ho opened tho
. manholes I could not perceive tho
slightest odor from any.
1 Dr. Northrop congratulated Ho
1 nolulu on its artesian wolls, ptovid
1 ing au ample supply of pure water,
but insisted on tho necessity of a
system of sewerage. Ho hml heard
i much of tho beauty of Honolulu,
, but the realitv had surpassed his ex
pectation". There should be. parks
in tho Chinese quarter, and tho hic
turor advocated ono near th wash
Items'?, which, by tho way, Rev. 1
W. Damon had suggested several
i months ago. Tho surest way iU con
ciliate and harmonize all clacs
was to improve tho condition of Ml;
' in which connection Dr. Northrop
eulogized the great, benefactions of
tho late Mrs. Bishop and tho erec
tion of the mutcum an a memorial to
her by her husband, O. R. llishop.
He expected much for tho Hnwaiiaus
from tho lhm'Mcad Act, and, iu
conclusion, said that. Hawaii seemed
to him to bo b"tter fitted by nature
for a winter retort and a sanitarium
for tho world than any of the places
ho had visited.
Scottish Thistle Club.
..?'" B'u?k,lL'? ww- " M Scot
J'"1 W"H. a"' tho.ro worH. 0DR
fhos. Douglas and several members.
f 3fc'Sfl .TS
spouse for tho visitors, followed by
A. (Jliisboluj with a low remarks.
Ed. Towso, oditor of tho Star, hum
i orously acknowledged a toast to the
prcs, further acknowledged in a
song by ,). H. Bolster of the Bdlui-
tin. B. L Finney gave a fine oxhi
i bition of club swinging. J. W. Berry
, aud II. Smith responded for tho
Udics. "Churchwarden" pipes and
other smoking requisites were iu
constant play, and thoro were
i "donal's" at iutervals ranging from
"fair" to 'thiimpiu'."
I Savero Injury to Young Krugor by
a Stumbling Horse.
! Willie, tho young brother of F. J.
Krugor tho watchmaker, met with a
painful accident this forenoon. Ho
was driving along Beretania streot
, iu a brake with ono of the Long
boys, when tho horse stumbled.
; Willie was thrown out and oue of
the whools passed over his body.
The lad was carried homo and a
doctor summoned. On examination
it was found no bones were broken.
, Burial of Mrs. Maulro
1 Samuel l'arkor, wife and two
daughters returned from Hawaii by
I tho steamer Kinau yesterday after-
i noon. Tho body of Mrs. Maguiro
l ueo l'arkor was interred iu the family
tomb at Mann. As tho colliu was
, being lowered into tho boat from
i tho sloamor the political prisoners,
1 who wore on board, took oh their
hats and sang "Aloha Oo." Tho
sceno was so affecting that thoro was
' not a dry oyo on board. Tho iiri
soners sang till the boat got to tho
I Tho monthly meeting of tliollnuo
I lulu Amateur Athh-lio Club takes
j placn at 7 .SO p. in. Monday ouuiing
at the Y. M. C. A Amount other
matters to bo brought up for discus
sion will bo that of asuriosof road
races, something similar to the one
helil a short time ago, for which
prizes will probably bo offered.
taken tho outli to
inuie. i lie court, iiuuior. uiu ins