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IMPORTER! AND DKALKBS IN
Groceries, Provisions and Feed,
r CORNLB FORT
Now Goods J olved by every Packet from tho Eastern Slates and Europe
Fresh California V duou by every Steamer. All orders faith fully attended to
and Good-dulivereu to uny p-iri of the city free of ch.uge. Html orders foil,
cited. Satisfaction guaranteed. rualOlllcc Box 115. TVlc.ilimie No. !U uov.4-85
LEWIS & GO., Ill Fort Street,
IMPORTERS, WHOLESALE S RETAIL DEALERS Hi GROCERIES a PROVISIONS.
Frozen Oysters and Ficsli California Fruits, Fish, Games and Vegetables on ICE by each
steamer ol tho 0. S. S. Co. A coniplolo lino ol Crosse & Qlackwcll's and
J. T. Morton's EngiUh Canned Goods always on hand.
2CS IV JW & O O X Si a
Ridge' Infant Food, French Mushrooms in gins, Gllnaidelll In tin, Ground
Ohm ul'Oe, linsr A- Ulickwi'll Flcdl Fiuli .lams ill ghn, Smiled Ullves in
gins-, WmIiiii t. Almoin s Flllieit, l'eucan A. Jlms'll Nuts, Fulled Siusage,
Cal. Mild Croam Chucsc. Eastern Chocsc, Urcgun Cream Cheese, Young American Chccso,
Swiss Chcoio. (dam Chccso, Topo Can Cicamory Butter In 311) tins.
Keg- Gt mi mi hall 1'irl.lu-, Pi labium lal le Fiuils in altis j ir, Finest Dches.i
Tulih i nl In--, ('iM'l nvo Mackerel In Dili tlii", Kegs Siui'ikrnul, Aineilcan
Cinttbum Sauce, Capo Code Oinnbcirlc-., JJl'i Iflmk Cod ft h, At.detsoii Cele.
briitid Mlncc .Moil in ghf-s jur, Jacob Dold" Bullnlu Hams, hittakirs Mir
Hani', Uol Reliable limn A: t'.neon, fie-h lot ol Gulden ."ecus, Cieily Lemon,
Apphs, Yellow linnlp-1, Pntsnlps New Pntitnis St, O dons, Cal. Roll llutli r,
ek., iro, i:rc, j.to.. etc, etc., etc.
Xrslsxiid Ordeis &?olieited.
f Kit Siihunti Bellies, Block Codfish, Smoked Beef, Buffalo Hani &
Bacon. Boxes Smoked Hurting, Tins Norwegian Salt Herring,
Mild Cal. Cheese, Atmores Mince Meat, Green Ttntle Soup,
Terrapin Soup, Sugar Raisins. Curiants, Walnuts, Almonds,
Dtied Peaches, Pi lines, Dates, Honey, Cereolinc Flakes,
Tomato Ketchup, Cases Sugar Corn, Cases Sugar Peas, Jcrsej
Blue J'otatoe-., Ruta Bagas Turnips, Culafornia Onions, Crackers,
all kinds; Choice I c.is, Ftcsli Apples, Saloon Pilot and Medium
Biead, Wheat, Floui, Butter, Plum Pudding, etc., etc., etc.
And a General Assortment of Canned Meats, Fruits and Other Groceries.
nh-'JJ JSy Leave your oiders, or ring up 119. -ia 80
Telephones, No. 175.
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Granite, Iron and Tin Ware !
Chandeliers, Lamps and Lanterns,
WATER PIPE and RUBBER HOSE,
House Keeping Coods,
PLUMBING, TEST, COPPER AND
993 Sheet Iron Work.
Civil Engineer and Surveyor.
J UbT THE 'I HI NO FOB A
Xmas or New Year's Present
Lawn Teniiis or GroauetSet
Sportsmen, A entlnn I Wo have u
i Coini lite J.lno of
:l'iiiv 'tin "ia.
White fi Hew Homo Sewing Machines.
MRS. THQS. LACK,
dccS Fort Street. 18S8
AND RIN(3 STREETS.
-l. o. iiox am.
Cor. Edinburgh & Gueen Ste.
So. 40 Hotel Mtreet.
(liiiitnrs & Htfing IiiHtrtiiiionts
Of all kind Made & Ilepnired
car Inlaid Woik,
Wood a specially.
JX aiibwer lo koetnl emiuliles eon
eeinlng Vliulo Boat Frames, we
havo now in cuuso of eouRtiiietioti,
:t Whale llo.it Flames 74 feet by :2 feet
long, Tlii'hO fr.itiiert n a; bent In 0110
piece of oak. and held to shape, thus
i ciiiih lug little tact to xet tliem up and
build. The full fiamo for Mich boats,
including c.iulr-, (," sections hi niuuber,
Is sold al 6-H; with hugestems on keel,
stud teady to nlank ?lo. 'Ihey aie not
iiiteuihdto he clinker built, nor as thu
1 f i nil tuipoileil whale boats jnoper, but
me iuteiideil for lough n.-o and diuabl-
, lll...et light wllbnr. for iMdng anil
I tt adlug jnujioses. We li.nn e,poited
these Irames and Intern! doing to, apd
liinke thlh otferto niiiateiiin mid otheis
ilesltiiiii. of li'ng llielr hand, with
plctil of leNiito and small catli lo iiuiko
1 a buihieH. Will bend fr.inuv to any
gleu miJilel Iioiii it to t-'.'i loiiri. AIM) on
hand for sale Suifaml I'leahiue Hunts,
.Stems, Knees and Timbers. .Mutual
Teleiilioiiu JJo U2fl.
DOWEIl cte BON.
7G tf Boat Builders,
DAILY BULLETIN: HONOLULU, II. I., JANUARY
OAIIU STEAM RAILROAD.
The land in fee lias n fiontago ot
one and a half niilea on tho Govern
ment road. Tho Ewa Court House
stands upon the properly. The leas
ed land adjoins the land in fee on
both sides, making a total fiontago
along Hie toad of three miles a dis
tance neatly equal to that between
O.ilui College nml Kainelianieha
School. This beautiful stretch of
eounltv overlooks Pearl Harbor, the
northern shore of which is only a few
iiiiiuites'wiilk fioni that pot lion which
we intend to lay on" into building
lots. Attcsian water will be furnish
ed at Government tates. The streets
will all be widi -not less than eighty
feet, and some will be one hundred
feet in width. The inilway will lead
near the front of the ptopctty. If
half this piopeity should bo sold at
half the pi ice properly sold at on
Kulaokahua plains several years ago,
when tlioto was less money in the
eountiy than now, the sale ot land
will equal the whole bonded debt.
This we do not expect immediately.
But what 1 do claim is, that those
who take bonds in this company will
hae ns good secuiity as tliuy would
have to take a mortgage on any
stote or watehouse in the city of
Honolulu at fifty per cent, of its ttue
Will the railroad pay? The follow
ing is the fi eight now offered :
Ulce and paddy now glow n at
Ew a equals li.OOl) tons per
annum at $1 'J5 $ 7,500 00
ii0,COO bunches bananas, eon-
tiibutcd by Hon. M. P.
nobhiHin atlOc 0,000 00
Sundry f I eight i!,i00 00
Dow nil eight, (i,000. say 1,000 00
P.isM'ngcrTialuc I am tout
by Ue-Ms. Sing thong k
Co. and othoi-, that thcie
are 1,000 lice giowcts at
Ewa, who will conic to
tow n once a week on an
aeiage dining the entile
j ear if they can make
tho toiind tilp for 1-1,
&i"i2,030. We will take
hilt of their e-tlmito
which is 20,000 00
Theieaie about 2,000 other
people at Ewa who will
come to Honolulu ay
once a-month at $1, 21,-
000. We will have this,
The population of Honolulu
i- now cMlmuieu at -jd.iiuu.
We will allow the a eiage
of tiip lo be two for the
j ear for each pel 'on of
1st. 2nd and .'Id ola,
i0,000 fates at s.iy 1.2."... l!2,500 00
Tiavel fiom the other islands
and abroad s!tv 10,001) at
.l.-V, 12.."00 00
Total gio-- e.iinluji
We niako no .mount of the fioiglit
all along the line between Honolulu
and Mo.tnalu.i, tboitgh llieie is an
amount which will swell the above
figutes veiy much dining tho year.
These liguies will doubtless seem
to many, if not lo all who have given
the subject no attention, much too
Lugo, but 1 will quote statistics ftom
the best authotity on inilway travel
in Amuiic.i, based upon thu number
ol people to each mile of load and
you will find my above estimate moie
J quote the following fiom a work
entitled "Tho Economic Tlieoiy ot
Itailwav Location," by A. M. Well
ington, Table 22, page 90.
".Statistics of levonue per head of
population and per mile for eacli
Stale bep.ii.itely, 1881."
The table is too long to take the
States separately, but will quote each
section as tho avet.ige is given by the
C -" S
c is ',
O u' $
a u 3 &
"" n ' rr
J- ii is t: a -i c-. S. "
co c; ci a -i '-i u
h- o - - t, o
a. Z$ 5
r1 r' P ?"' t f ?J - w
CS l J t, L O J- " . r
2 i U iS. 2 tr ?
4- zi o -i tt 'co t; 'rr
t, f c li t, i a'a a
It is doubiliil if tin ic ih a single
State in the United .States, wheio tho
people accoiding lo the population
of such State would Havel as niuoli
as tho pconlo of these fslanib, if wo
had equal facilities, But we will
take for our guide the Souiliep)
Stales peopled hugely by poor whites
and negioes. It will be noticed that
the tiallio is pielty well divided by
tailways whom theie mo only 081
men, women and childien to each
mile of toad, and that they pay a
gioss lDVoniio to the tailways com
panies of $5.20 per head of tho entito
population. If we i tin a line of tail
way fifteen miles long wo shall have
on this side of this Island neatly
2,500 peieons to each mile of toad,
and it is only fan to ouiselves to say
Hut wo shall make as much use of
biich a convenience and luxury as
tho "poor white trash" and negioes
of thu .South. If this is admitted,
we will multiply !l0,000 , $5.20 and
wo havo for our gtoss eainiiigs $'15(i,
000 (or a jeat which you notice ex
ceeds my above estimate, $2!l,Q()0,
and no nrcoiiiit is made of visitors,
i r people ftom llio other Islands. It
you aio not satisfied with my former
estimate and still regaid it too higli,
halve it and call it only $60,500, as
Mr. C. H. Klucgcl, an expotieneed
inilway engineer, lias made a caieful
estimate of Hie miming expenses,
including wear and tear "f road and
rolling stock, nml allowed for such
expenses as aie higher in this conn
eountiy, including eoal al iflo per
ton, and finds the load can bo oper
etcd, tlnee tiains pel day 11(55 dnys in
tho yenr, for a little over $2,000 per
month, say $25,000 per annum. Add
to this interest on bonds 7 per cent
on ."rliOO.OOO, Jj-21,000, making fli,l)00.
Pet Imps you will say the expenses
are too low. Then add, if jott please,
CO per cent, to the estimated tunning
expenses, and we have $58,500, leav
ing a balance of $8,000 net earning,
after cutting a caieful estimate of
gross earnings down one-half. As wo
offer no stock for sale, only bonds, it
would seem a good investment for
the most conservative. The Com
pany propose to have the land, in
tended for sale and lease, all laid out
and ready to sell if possible, by the
time tho road is completed. Those
whose means ar' limited and wish to
invest in land, I wish to ask lh.it
they will subscribe now for bonds,
with tho assuiance of tho company
which will bo given, that the said
bonds will bo icceived by the Com
pany at par for payment of land,
tent, livestock, or any other propel ty
which the Company may have foi
sale, plus the intetest which may bo
due upon said bonds when olfoied to
In this way many people can help
this enteipiiso on, who othetwiso
might not see their way clear to take
the bonds, preferiing to wait foi the
sale of lands which will neither be
sold not wanted unless the railway is
first completed. Thete has been
much complaining of haul times
among tiadesmen and mechanics a
waste of breath in stieet cornet talk,
and volumes of political bosh pub
lished in our new sua nets, fault found
with Government olllcinls because
they don't ctcnto lntcincs,. Would
it not bo mote to lue point if this
whole community got up in one
united dibit, and put a few diillatn
into an enteiptise which has uevei
been known to fail in ei eating busi
ness in any othei p.ut of the wot Id.
Ate tlieie"not 1,500 people in thi
country who will nsk $100 each in
an cntcipiisc like this, backed with
the secuiity offcicd? With a less
amount subscttbed wilhin thiity
days, added to ptesenl subscriptions,
I will ugiee accident excepted to
have the load built and in opciatioit
within one yc.u of the passage of the
Act, viz. : Sept. -J, 188!). One wotd
mote and I have done. Whoever
takes the tumble to wado thiough
the foregoing will, I feel sine, bo con
vinced that 1 have made an honest
effort to do something fot myself and
also for this country. I have spent
a good many thousands of dollais,
and li ie done moie haul and living
woik dining the last tluee yens
Until 1 have ever done in any other
six yeais of my life. This is no tea
son why the public should subscribe
one cent. But if 1 have not sug
gested, to say the least, a plan foi
putting money into eh dilation, bread
to the mouths of the hungry (if theie
aie such), employment lo idle but
willing hands, and the possibility of
liappy homes for those who do not
count their savings by the thousands,
then I apologise foi all I have evet
done to bene the public and pioniiso
yon 1 will sell the fianchise to a foi
cigu syndicate whose oiler I now
hold, unless I can do better else
whcie. Thanking you for the genet ous
space you have given nte, I ant Sit,
B F. Dillingham.
Honolulu, Jan. 10.
HAS Coi.il Hoik, i.l.nk ii..i.. Bin I,
anil W kite i-aiji! ij-nd ;-oil, to site
in any quniiiitv. Apply ul the ollloii ol
W. C. Achi, Kimliiini'inu street. Ill) am
J7BOM II. Hackfcld
L1 & t'o.V yaid a
Dark Brown Mare, all
fei t white mid l i irlir
S-SP -- en split, A icwani
will I e givm to anyone r turning same
to 11. II'ACKFELD & CO.
since .tail., HS, Two
Iloi es, not liiaudcd.
Owner can havo same
by proving propuily and p.ijlng ex.
pciiscs. IF the aliovo tuiinialb aie not
redeemed within 10 dajt. Iiom date the
right of ownership will lie fulfilled.
Alnnngfr Woodlitwn Daily.
Honolulu, Jin, II 1Sh!I. 14010L
U Kiug st.
U King st.
Rattan & Reed Furniture.
Moved with Care.
Matting and Carpets Laid.
Fine Upholstering & Bedding
CHAIRS TO RENT.
Toys Sc JOollw,
GLOVE & HANDKERCHIEF BOXES
And a few Choice Carved Ornaments.
In future, Mrs. E. Small
"""'"'- ' h-lxiii -r-,-11, 'j I
Just Received at Hoilister & Go.'s
A largo assortment of
Comprising the well-known brands of
COLGATE & CO., LUNDBOKGS,
K ASTMAN ' S ALOILA, IIO Y T' S COLO GNE
FAUINA GERMAN COLOGNE, &o.
S5.1 e at DRLe
HAWAIIAN BUSINESS AGENCY.
No. 85 FORT STREET. HONOLULU.
Accountants and Collectors, Real Estate, Firo &. Life Insurance
Afjonts, Cusiom-Houso, Loan and Exchange Brokers.
Departments of Business:
Hooks Uld AccriDt3 iiccumtely kept and ptoperly adjusted.
Collelions will t"ce.vo special attention and returns promptly mude.
Conveyancing a Specialty. Biennis searched and cortcet Al.sttaets of Tltlu
Legal Documents and Papers of every description carefully diavvn and hand
Copying and Translating in nil Innguagcs in general nte n this Kingdom.
Real Estate bought and sold. Taxes jjaid and 1'ioperly safoly iusuicd
Housss, Cottages, Rooms, Offices and Land leased ami renud, and rents collected.
Fire and Life Insuranco ell'ectod in flrst-class Insurance Companies.
Custom-House Business transacted with accuracy and dispatch.
Loans negotiated at favorable rales.
Advertisements and Subscriptions solicited for Publishers,
Any Aiticle purchased or sold on most favorable terms.
.nter-Island Orders will receive particular attention.
rsy- All Business entrusted lo cur caro will receive prompt and lalllilul attention at
Ili.vlng had an extensive husinibs expeiience for over twenty-live yenrSjin
New Yotk City and elsewhere, we feel competent to attend to all business of an
Intricate and complicated nature, or requiring tact and disctctlou, and respectful!
solicit a tml.
Bell Telephone No. 274. XXfWvniiun X3uMiiusxM Agronc5r.
Australian Mil Service
FOK SAK FltAKCISCO,
The new and line Al steel steumship
Of the Oceanic Steamship Company, wil
be due nt Honolulu from Sydney
and Auckland on nr about
January 14, '89.
And will have for the above port with
mails and passjngers on or about that
For ft eight or passage, having SU
t'KIUUK ACCOMMODATIONS, apply
WM. Q. IRWIN & CO., Agents
lino Al steel steamship
Of the Oceanic Steamship Comp my, will
be due at Honolulu fiom S.iu
Francisco on or about
January 19, '89,
And will have prompt dispatch with
malls and passengeis for thu above porti
For freight or passage, having SU
PEBIOB ACCOMMODATIONS, apply
37 WM. G. IRWIN & CO.. Agents
itH Itleicliiiiit Nt., Honolulu, JI.I.
Conveyancers & General Agents
REAL ESTATE FACTORS &
Solo Agents for tho Burlington Bouto
Anioss America, and to thu Azores.
Sole Airents for Pitt it hcotl's Fotulgu
Parcels Bxpioss & General Shipping
Sole Agents for Runny South Aerated
Sole Agents for Maselleld Bios,' Now
Xi'iihiud Mullet and Canned Goods.
Special Agents for heading Now Zci
laud and Australian Mutcantllo Firms.
Special Agents forthoUillfoinla Lund
Spenial Agents for the Honolulu. Ilusl
AImu, Odtur Wpeeiitl .tg;tiicieH.
Jt$j)r Oustoms' Kntrles I'atsed. Pin
peities M'atniged. Assignees and Audi,
lots' Work done promptly. Houses
Leased and Heitts Collected.
New Business Solicited
Dell Tolo. No. 172 Mutual Tolo. No. 3G0.
Dec-D Post Office Box 460. 88-ly
J. E. BROWN & CO.,
will lo prepared to do
f " U'r TTI I ll-T
an o usitle Pricos"
AND RETAIL. f87
Tho Fastest Machine in the World
Legal & Commercial Work
Result of Special Contests for 1880:
Cincinnati i, July i.-jth llemliiiiion 07
words per minute.
Ninv Yoiik. Alumni i 'eminglon
won Ul, 2ud, 3rd and 4th l'i .
Toiiosto, Alien t lilih Ho uinuon
won (charapi.)iislilp of ilie wotbl) Go'd
nud Silver .Medals for highest speed ever
tccorded 09 words per minute, exclud
LakeGi:oiioi:,N.Y. McGurrin broke
the rccoiil, wii'.ing on the lieminuton
103 iUi words pei minute, excluding
eirors; wining lilindlold 107 words per
12'" To bo had with or without Cabi
W. M. GIFFARD,
Agent for thu Hawaiian Islands.
K. H. Letters addressid lo the Agent
co W. O. Irwin & Co. will have ptompt
attention. deoi!0 88
FOR ggSSsSl SALE
Is offered For Sale. Tlio Machinery
is in perfect working order
and consist of
0no 26x48 Mill with Engine,
Trash-carrier, Etc.. complete,
1 Pair ol Boilers 0x20,
1 Doublo Eflcct G and 7 feet Pans,
1 Vacuum Pan G feet with Blako Pump,
3 Weston Centrifugals and Engine,
Together with thu usual assortment of
Clarifiers, Clean'g Pans, Coolers
And other Machinery munlly found
in a well appointed mill.
Also, a number of
California & IslaM Males,
Cane Cans & Gen'l Plautiuion
Delivery will bo given after next crop
has been harvested, suy about July 1,
EST For further particulars apply to
Manager Btur Mill, Kohala, Hawaii.
kit t Ilft.niiMtiM
The Kntiro Plant of the
Siar 111 Crapy, Mala:
For Whooping Cough
Let any person give
Dr. Low's (tary Cordial
A trial, nttd tho most violent cold
will, In a short time bo
HOILISTER & CO.,
1151 Agents. 2m
New Zealand Mullet
In 4 doz. Cases of 1 lb, Tins.
Fresh Supplies by each New Zea
land Sieamei. For Sale by
J. E. Brown & Co.,
:7 Hole Agents. ll
70 A HI Klin; Street.
Shooing', from Sl.flO.
Horses and Cattle Treated foi
Residence: Chiimbcrlnin House, next
X. O. BOX 4US.
Just teccived a btnull consignment of
Choice French Clarets,
Fiom :h: well-known firms of Dubos
I'icreh, nu'l I ntittsso & Pnncol,
Also, from the cellars of Romans & Co.
Koch Fiis Champagne, 1880;
(In Quarts & Magnums)
..... ClinmlicrUii, 187-1;
Chateau D'Vauoin, IKiiS;
Jlry Unvueuii. H Yearn Old;
Cliatenii aiuruutix, 1877 ;
Grande Fine Champagne Brandy, 1811.
ESyTlie above cemprises the Choicest
Biai ds of Wines and l.iquois ever Im.
poited to this market.
FOlt SA1.K BY-
Mimm & Go,
k Loci Co
Of Canton, Ohio, U.S.A.
Having establhhed an Agency in this
City for the mle of their innnu.
facttirc-', which are
Surpassed by None
In thelt line In tho world, an opportn
nity is offered lo al' requiring protcc.
tlon of their Vnluubles fiom Fire and
Thelt to supply theintelves on terms
which defy competition,
CS?" For particulars Inquire at -a
No. 3S Merchant st., Honolulu, II. I.
Reading Room Association.
Cor. Hotel & Alnkcu Streets).
Open every Day and Evening.
Tho Llbraty consists at tho present
time of over Five Thousand Volumes.
The Reading Room is supplied with
about fifty of tho leading nowspnpera
and pei Iodic ils.
A Bailor Is pi ovhleil for conversation
Tonus of membership, fifty cents u
Jiontli, payable quartet ly in advance.
Jo formality lequlrcd lit joining except
signing thu 1 oil.
Strangeis from foreign countries and
visitors fiom tho other islands mo wel
come to tho tooins at all times as guests.
This Association having no icgular
means of sunpoit except the dues of
tueinbeis, It Is expected that tesldetita
of llouplulii who desho to avail them
selves of Its pilvlleges, and all who feel
an Interest In maintaining an Institution
of this kind, will put down their mimes
and become regular contilbutois,
A. J. OARTWRIGHT, l',es.,
M. M. SCOTT, Vice-President.
II. A. PARMKLKJ5, Sectctary, '
O. T. RODGERS, M.D..
Ohalrman Hall aud Library Committee,