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A Sniigciilloit to tho City l'.itllom nml
' ' ItlcrchnnlH of Honolulu l'loatitre
Drive. LIkIiIh nml I'nraili'.
."' Editor Bulletin: I quoto
from tin article on -"Tho Now
i .Growth of St. Louis," which np-
'"poured in Harper's Now Monthly
Mngnzino o November, 1892.
' AVhou St. Louis failed to so-
euro tho "World's "Fair, instead of
sinking back discouraged, tho
loading men concluded that ono
fault of tho city must bo that its
merits were not as widely or as
clearly understood as was neces
sary. Therefore, in tho spring of
1891, a meeting was called at the'
Exposition Building to discuss
tho advisability of forming an
organization which, for three
years tit least, Bhould dovoto itself
. to colobrating thoro achievements
and adding to the attractions of
A leading merchant undeitook
the raising of ono million
dollars within the years, and
within five months 600,000
had beou subscribed. This, tho
writer admits, was simply a moth
, od of booming tho city, but ho is
careful to add that booming is a
word that is coupled with unwar
ranted and disastrous inflation.
This construction does not apply
to tho "booming organizations"
of tho Westorn Sta'tes. "To boom,
then" (the writer states, is "to
put a plan gonerally and favora
bly before tho people, to put a
Bchemo in motion with eclat, to
vaunt tho morits of an undertak
ing." Tho result of this public spirit
of the citizens was the making of
thoir city attractive a carnival
oily and tho money thus ob
tained was oxpouded in adding
an infinite number of gas ana
olecliic lights to tho thorough
fa res, and in preparations of
all kinds to ontertain and pleaso
tho hundreds of thousands who
wore invited and came to tho an
nual carnival. Tho invitations
took tho form of advertise
ments in all tho loading papers of
the'States, and in addition articUs
wore freely written up vaunting
the glories of St. Louis.
St. LouiB, therefore, no longer
hides its light undor a bushel. A
myriad lights proclaim it, and a
myriad newspapers are tuned to
sing its praises. Can the almighty
dollar do moro then this ?
Amongst other schemes for
benefiting tho city and preparing
for its guests was ono offering a
largo bonus to anyone who would
build a million dollar hotel.
Is St. LouiB tho only city cap
nblo of being made attractive ?
"Wo have attractions bore in llo
"nolulu, but they are not sulliciont
to induce people to eomo here in
any number. Tho city could bo
inndo iufinitely moro attractive,
and that, too, without tho expen
diture of a largo sum of money.
Tho government has already
wisely laid tho foundation of tho
future beautifying of Honolulu
by securing a beach road four
miles iu lfugth. This is all it
could do with tho resources at its
command. It is now. for tho
wealthy citizenw, tho sugar barons,
and others to complete the work
of tho government by thoir sub
scriptions, in order to turn this
beach road into a magnificent
marine parade. It is capable of
this, and when the work is done
the city will possess that which
coinpurntivoly fow cities of tho
Old World can boast of.
'Iho load should bo well met
alled throughout, with a top
dressing of, say, some gray mater
ial, mixed with sand. Tho sand
alono is too glaring and distress
ing to the eyes. Due regard should
bo given to tho picturesque
in laying out the road. A land
scape gardener would bo careful
to outfiiro a variety ot trees and
shi'iib.s being planted -all kinds
of palmt:, and ohado trees inter
poii'd, under which could bo
placed hi alb. Ilo would bo care
To ml t uf..rlng with Throat, I.niw or Wotting Dketm
ftoinai-11 Catarrh, Bcrufntai AHtiina. or Neru-iia JieMI
l. HP,, v 111 tin tsn n unnipli) totrln of Hit. Onlt
J'JN'8 CTTtlOOI.ATi: muijIrON tor trial, tall at
More of IlnruHTrn llruu (ii , Honolulu, II. I. "Itl4
guaraukKjil as i'oUUlto ua ill Ik or Honey.
30 Days Only
Wall, Nichols Go.
BbSF" "Wo must mako room for
NEW STOCK to arrive.
B25 "When wo do a thing it's
sure to bo DONE WELL and
that's tho case with OUlt
(MABXH& TO SALE
PRICES THAT TALK:
"W. & Ditson's Tennis Balls,
cut from S3.50 to $4.15 doz.
Spalding's Tennis Balls, cut
from S5.00 to $3.90 doz.
Spalding's Official Leuguo Balls,
cut from $1.50 to $1.30 each.
Framed Pictures, choice sub
jects, cut from $2.10 to 81.00 each.
750 Boxes Extra Cream "Wove
Note Paper, cut from ,50o to .25c
1000 White Envelopes, size G,
cut from $1.35 fo $1.00 oach.
This is No Fake Salo but a
Genuine Cut Frico Sale I
Take Advantage Of ltj
30 DAYS ONLY
Watt;, Nichols Co
Now Then, My
Little Man !
To Get You Ono of Those
Mudo out of Washable Dl'ok
Cloth. Just tho thing for this
Climate for Juvonile Bovs.
ages 4 to -8, nnd tho Price is
$1.75 to $3 00 per SUIT
I. LEVINGSTON, - - - Manager,
Waverloy Block, Hotel Street.
S3TSUJTS MADE TO ORDEli
Clearance Sale !
OommertQlng Wednesday, July 1st,
Sk . 2 WEEKS ONLY
To make room for New Goods, all of my
Stock of Merchandise BELONV COdT.
CKNTI.EMEN'S Suits, Slilits, Hals, 81ioef,
NecMlcB, Undent ear, etc., ut bargain,
LADIES' Mufllti, Linen, (Iroes Clotli, 8111c,
Huts, Blioui, Underwear, etc., In fjrent
vurlety ut pi Ices that will nstonlsli you.
ClIILDUENS' Complete Stilts, etc., almo.t
Kit en away.
J2T Come early and get your iholce.
107-U KIiiR St., near Custle & CooKe.
i' m i NT, pi !
81 SCizin Stroot,
O. J. WaltjKH - - - Manaokb.
WHOLESALE AND KETAIL
CONSTANTLY ON HAND.
MefoiopoliM Seti (Jo.
Tho Very Kinoat
eMgeifaied -. Meat
Oomo and seo our
NEW 0HI0AG0 BEFHIQSBATOW.
Wesfbrook & Gares,
Tolephone - - - - 104.
Joseph Tinker, - - Prop,
Beef. jco& Mutton,
Pork, SiJ. Veal,
Of tho Finest Varieties.
Mnkcrs of tho Celebrated Pork Sausage.
Nunanu street, opp. Chaplain lano.
City Feed Store,
Old Armory, Derctania Sts.
L. H. Dee & Co.
Now Consignment of
Hay, Grain and Feed
Per S. G. Wider. A lnrge connif;nmont
expected by whip Stnrbuek from Portland.
Fins Family Flour, Roped Baled Hay.
Also, 2 Surreys nnd 1 1'haoton.
For tho Equiuo Tiiblo in tho
wny o all kinds .First Olnss
HAY, G-RAIN 0 FEED
Aro on salo by tho
WASHINGTON FEED OOffl'Y
51 irorfc St.
of Groceries are moro palataliloas well
as healthier than the other kind.
(Wniliiglllock, ltcrctnnla Htreot).
Hniullo nolliliiK hut the best. I.lhhy it
McNeill's Canned Meats, Klng-Morao
Table Fruits, Hhlrardelll's Chocolate,
Milkmaid llrnnd .Milk, 1'nrngon l'uro Lard
853" Tem!Wionk G80 "a
O. KLEMME & CO.,
Cash -:- Grocers
E&NOW OPEN -m
Fort Strsat & Chaplain LanB,
H. fiY $ CO.,
Wholesale and Retail Groceries.
9 Fort Street, lTonolulu
Teloiihonor 2VJ P.O. Box 470
- ItKllKTANIA 8T.
Plumbinfy ond Oas
Sanitary Work a Specialty
W0F Jobbing promptly attended to.
Telephone 7ii5. 285-tf
Importers and Dealers in
Steef and iron Ranges,
139-tf King Btreot.
CAN'T BE BEAT!
Jly $10.00 Bath Tuls, lined with best
quality, No. 10 zinc, 0 in. Pipe, Uhiuu and
Muff, with wood )ini all complete. Othoi
dealers aro duuifouudod, nnd rusort to nil
manner of Tricks and Excuses. .
Be not deceived, these Uatb Tubs havt
been sold for $14 nntill reduced tho prico.
I am prepared to do all work in my line
and guarauUe satisfaction; Kstimatcs fur
nished. If you want n good Job cheap for Cash,
ring up Telephone 844, and I am yoni
Tinsmith A Plumber
For Family Use I
Just Received, ox "O. O. Funk," n cargo ot
Wellington, DepMuitfe B&jJlio&I
Which is offerod iu quantities to suit.
2240 lbs. to the Ton.
& CO., L'D.
KTJSTAOE & "CO.
WOOD AND COAL.
Also White and Black Sand
nt the very lowest market
rates. Telphono No. 414.
Is prepared to furnish
4000 Tons Cane Fertilizer
To ordor for 1890.
In Quantities to Suit.
Orders solicited for a futuro de
A. F COOKE, Manner.
At WAIKIK1 ou enr line nnil on PA-
LAMA HOAD nenr Vertilizing
The38 Lots aro Very Ohuap and Sold
on Eany Terms.
Desirable Aero Tracts nenr the city nnd
other Properties for enle.
IJKUOE, WAKIXO .V: CO.,
Donloni in Ijots nud Lnnds,
r03 Fort Street, near KitiK.
TELKruoNE 007. P. O. Box 821.
St.bsoribe frr lba.Evn.NTKu 13qj;.
LE'l'lN, 75 cents por mouth.
DO XOU LIKE CUEKT?1 f
TRUE INDIA! CURRY
NOT1 THE STUFF USUALLY SOLI AS CURRY
Curry Powder ne minlo by us is prepared nfk&r the Original
Recipo frotn tho Purest Ihgredient&.
53?- T3R.Y IT 0KOI', -
EVERY 1 MAN 1 HIS 1 DWN 1 HdRSE 1 EDCTGR,
CELEBRATED -:- LIVE
30K TI1E CUIIE Or UISEASBS OP
HORSES, CATTLE, SHBB PQQS, SWIKB AHB POULTRY..
TjnoLjrsr -.- xz!Sljc3e. - oil
Tho marvelous hair remedy vjhich prove 11 ts
FOR SA.LB BY
KT Neat pumpldet freo ou Application. P.
is falling out, tho use of lilt. POTTIE'S 11 tilt OIIj. My haw wiva coming out nt suoh-v
ft ratonslednie to Lelievo thnt I would soon becorao haldi After using tho oil for flvo weeks,
this ceased entiroly; nono whatover is now falling out. I con-ider it tho best nnd only:
worthy remedy for this trouble and nlso recommend it as a stimulant to new Krowth.
lOfl.tf Vnnri Iriilv T 11 nilirrra
ED. A. WILLIAMS,.
(Successor to C. E. Williams, H. H. Williams & Co.
and Williams Bros.
Pioneer Furniture Warerooms,
Pianos for Sale, Hire and: Moved. Chairs for Rsnt
Undertaker and Emklmer,
Tombstones- and Monuments.
Kesidcnco and Night Tel. 815. 611
H. HACKFELD & CO.
H, HACKFELD & CO.
Eat BACON that was good as Turkey ? That's
the kind -va have. Also,
CHOICE HAMS, OREGON POTATOES,
Yellow Turnips, Smoked Beef,
Choice Block Butter, Kits Creamery Butter,
Fresh Dates, Cereals,
And a General Assortment
5u Try Our Qystcr Gim Crackers, Just the Th!n3 for Soup. "a
-:- STOCK -:- REMEDIES.
ouiu yvgonc, laonotuiu.
O. Box VtttJ, Telephone 20.
HoMonuir, April 21, 1800:
-"" .....j, w, if, lyrtrtXliXJO.
KING STREET, Tel. 179,
of Standard Goods at Lowest
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U ummtik tf ISA &&&& ' -feWitf'tfeKA'
lJifU$?2mAt hMMdiitifi vtSfer&H kh'AMJiig.