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WEDNESDAY, DEC. 13, 1893.
Tuksiuy, Dec. l'J.
Stmr Knala from Wnlanao, Walnliin and
Stmr J A Cumiiitns from Koolau
r Wkdnesday, Dec. 13.
R M S S Marlfrsa, liny ward, from tho
Stmr Wnlnlealo from Kukulhaelo, Hono-
kna and Lalina
Stmr Klmm froin'ilawnll and Maul
Stmr Jamea Ji'.nkee from Kauai
, Tuesday, Dec. 12.
Stmr Koala for Knhukn and l'unaluu at
Stmr .lamos Makco for Kapaa at l p in
Vosaols Loaving To-morrow.
K M 8 S Mariposa, llpywnrd, for San Fran
cisco at 10 a m
Fiuiu Portland, Oregon, per lk Colonia,
Dec 12 For Hongkong: Mrs Noyes, Miss
Noyes, and Mrs X 0 1'iixton.
From llouokua, Kuknlhaclo and Lnlia
ina, per stmr Waialealo, Dec 13 Mrs t,
Biickwood, Y Adachi, and 13 deck.
From Colonies, per 11HS9 Mariposa,
Dec 13 For Honolulu: Prof Driguani,
UaptWm Smith. Steerage: "Win Carlson,
John O'Haru, Ralph Walker, Geo Pclton.
From Hnwnii and Maui, per stmr Klnau,
Dec lit Volcano: A Kvndom, Mr FIchcr,
Genl Cmilille, J II Hurst. Hilo and way
ports: Kev.TOkabe, Mrs LA Like, Capt
Win Matson, wife and child, W B Stone,
wifo and child, Mrs Luscombo and child,
Muliuka, L A Andrews, and 72 deck.
For Kauai, per stmr Mikahala, Dec 12
G X Wilcox, A B Wilcox, G H Fairchild, O
Mulirt, Miss Grau, Acholic and wife. Miss
Kinnoy, Mrs W II Rico, V Waterhouso,
and about 23 deck.
For Maui, per stmr Clnudinc, Dec 12
Paul Neumann, A G M Robertson, F M
Hatch, V V Ashford, J K losepa, F Witt
rock, R Nugent. S M Kanakanui, Mrs Von
Xenipsky, Mrs J W Davidson and child,
and about 3? deck.
Oarsrooo from Island Ports.
Stun Kiiuut 313 bugs potatues, 2o bags
Mi(;ur, 133 sheep, 33 hogs, )7 bdls hides,
."it bdls bamboo, 2-10 pkgs sundries.
Stmi Waialcalc 2!J5t bags sugar, 30 head
cittlc, and 17 pkgs sundries.
Stmr Kwila 1(133 bags sugar, -IK) bags
paddy, and 3 pkgs Mindncs.
Stmr Junius Malice 2oo0 bans sugar.
Tho James Makco brought 2550 bags of
sugar and 10 deck passengers from Kapaa
Tho Gorman bark J. C. I'ilugcr having
finished her repairs was moved from tho
Fishiiiarkut this morning to the P. M. S. S.
The Waialealo brought two cabin pas
sengers and 13 on deck. She had 2954 bags
of sugar, which was transferred to the
bark S. C. Allen this morning.
Arrival Nov. 15. stmr Hawaii from Ho
nolulu, stmr ICinan from Honolulu; 20,
Am 1-inasted schr C. S. Holmes, Johnson,
master, in ballast, from Honolulu to Ha
waiian Kailroad Co. ; 21, stmr Klnau from
Hilo; 25. stmr Kinau from Honolulu. Dec.
1. stmr Kinau from Hilo; 0, stmr Kinau
'from Honolulu, Am 3-musted schr Jennie
Ward, ul-en, 17 days from Los Anijeles,
Cala. Cargo: grain to Hawaiian Railroad
Co; stmr Hawaii from Kawaihae; 7, Am
4-masted tclir Olga, Ipscn, 10 days from
San Francisco to Hawaiian Railroad Co.
Cargo: grain, lime, iron rails, railroad ties,
redwood posts, lumber, coal, groceries, cto.
Consignees: S. G. Wilder & Co., R. R. Hind,
Kohala Sugar Co., N. E. Malcoiu and
Hawaiian Railroad Co. ; 11, Am 3-masted
schr J. G. North, Carlsen, 10 days from
San Francisco to Hawaiian Railroad Co.
Cargo: grain, groceries and plantation
supplies. Consignees: A. Xibbs, X. H.
Davies & Co., Kohala Sugar Co., H. H.
Renton, O. F. Hart, R. R. Hind, Jas. Ren
ton and S. G. Wilder & Co.; 12, stmr Ki
nau from Hilo.
Departure Nov. 15, stmr Hawaii for Ha
makua, stmr Kinau for Hilo; 20, Am 4
masted schr C. S. Holmes. Johnson, for
San Francisco. Cargo : 2732 bags sugar, J.
X. Waterhouso, 6714 bags sugar, T. H.
Davies & Co., 1750 bags sugar, Halawa
Plantation, 4sol bags sugar, Hawaiian Rail
road Co., total 15,000 bags, weighing 1,728,
235 lbs., valued at$51,53s.ll; 21, stmr Kinau
for Honolulu; 25, stmr Kinau for Hilo.
Dpc 1, stmr Kinau for Honolulu; 0, stmr
Kinau for Hilo, simrHawaii for Honolulu;
0, Am 3-masted schr Jennie Ward, Olson,
for San Francisco. Cargo: 2771 bags sugar,
J. X. Waterhotfse, 2217 bags sugar, X. H.
Davies & Co., BS.3 bags sugar, Hawaiian
Railroad Co., total .WO I bags, weighing
355 470-2000 tons, valued at $10,723.52; 12,
stmr Kinau for Honolulu.
BOYD-VIDA At Central Union Church,
'Honolulu, December 12, lfcU3, by Rev.
K. G. Bcckwith, W. Porter Boyd and
Miss Carmen Everett Vida.
Program of Ballad Concert by the
Overture Social Sehlepegrell
Song 1 dream't I dwelt in Marblo
Piccolo Solu Through tho Air.. .Damm
Mr. L. ilarsottl.
Song My Dearest Heart Sullivan
Miss Roso Albu.
Gavotte l.ovo's Plead'ui; 1'ucrner
Puut Tho Venetian Boat Song.. . .
Tho Misseh Albu.
Overture Olympla Lango
Song She woro a Wreath of Rosos. Knight
Cornet Solo Unna Ilartman
Mr. Charles Krcuter.
Bojig Xlio Last Rose of Summer Irish
Miss Ro.su Albu,
March Thu Duke Komsack
Duet Faintod Mother (Maritaua).Wallaco
Tho Misses Albu.
Accompanist Prof. II. Hcrgcr
LOCAL. AND GENERAL NEWS.
Rooms to lot with board at Ilani
Tho liuu.KTi.v is imlobtod to Pttr
Bor .Smith of tho S. S. Mariposa for
Intu Colonial papors.
Ouo now vnso of scarlatina, a
Fortuguoso child, is roportud as hav
ing broltim out at Wainaku, Hilo.
Tho first t'aso of tho disoaso at
Kohala is that of Ohas. V. K, Dovo,
tho surveyor, who loft horo a fow
weoks ago to attond to somo Bur
voyint,' work on Hawaii, Ho has
boon placed under (juarautiuo anil
la roporlcd to bo rocovoring.
LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS.
Mr. Walter Hill hns n notico in
Tho Kinau brought only twenty
fivo bags of sugar this trip.
Captain W. Matson, wifo and child
camo to town from Hilo on tho
Four passougors arrivod on tho
stoamor Kinau this morning from
Notico of Roaring potition for ad
ministration of ostato of Luk Sang
By way of Auckland it is learned
that a duty on sugar is in tho now
U. S. tariff measure
Tho mail by tho Mariposa will
closo at tho Post Oflico at 0 o'clock
Captain Clarko of tho Kinau re
ports abundant rain at Hilo and
Kohala, but Hamakua just as dry
A chanco to socuro fine tailor's
goods is offored at the auction sale
by J. P. Morgan at 10 o'clock to
morrow. About 50 bundles of lonfj bamboos
camo by tho stoamer Kinau this
morning for the Midwinter Fair at
W. H. Doyle, Oscar Unna, Miss M.
Lishman and Miss D. D. Cartwright
are booked to loaro on tho S. S.
Tho Honolulu and Pacific football
teams will play thoir postponed
match on Now Year's day. Both
teams aro hard at practice.
Mr. Goo. Allen says that he has
notontered tho Ivanhoo filly in tho
Waialua races, as reported yester
day, but is only training her.
The P. Cr. band will give a concert
at the Hawaiian Hotel at 8:15 o'clock
this evening for tho bonofit of pas
sengers on tho S. S. Mariposa.
Judge Robertson has gono to Maui
as Commissioner of Water Rights.
During his absence W. L. Wilcox
will preside in tho District Court.
Tho Friday evening servico of tho
Second Congregation of St. An
drew's Cathedral will commence at
7 o'clock instead of 7:30 until fur
The two stowaways who arrived
on tho bark Mauna Ala wore brought
up in tho District Court this morn
ing, and investigation continued
until moved on.
A handy memo calendar for 1891,
issued by tho Commercial Union
Assurance Co., Limited, has boon re
ceived from Messrs. Bruce & A. J.
Captain Davies, latoly master oF
Wilder's steamer Claudiue, has taken
up business on shore as a rigger and
stevedore. He may bo depended on
for good work in either capacitj'. I
United States Minister Willis held
his first "at homo" yesterday at the
Legation. A large number of rosi7
dents called on tho Minister. Tho
entrance was draped with American
A quantity of bamboo will bo
shipped on tho S. S. Mariposa for
tho Coast to be used in the construc
tion of a native hut in connection
with the Hawaiian exhibit at tho
About twenty mules and ten horses
arrivod on tho bark Mauna Ala yes
terday from tho Coast in charge of
Mossrs. J. N. Wright and W. Norton.
The animals aro roported to bo for
Mr. and Mrs. J. Ailau, and proba
bly tho Hawaiian Quintet Club, will
leave on January 7th for tho Mid
winter Fair, San Francisco. Mrs.
Ailau will tako a quantity of Ha
waiian curios, including copies of
native songs for disposal at tho fair.
She will also tako fivo girls to assist
her. Her exhibit will bo niado in
connection with tho Hawaiian exhi
bition. FOR THE FAIR.
A Number of Hawaiian Viows to be
Mr. E. Williams, who latoly re
turned from tho States, will leave on
the S. S. Mariposa for San Francisco
with a full outfit of Hawaiian viows,
modern and ancient. In addition a
largo number of negatives taken
within tho past fow days, and ovou
this morning, will bo taken by this
gontloman, who will have them re
touched on tho Coast. These viows
will bo placed on exhibition at tho
Midwinter Fair in San Francisco
and will constitute ouo of tho most
attractive mediums for advertising
that has over been sent abroad. In
cluded in tho exhibit will bo sovoral
life-size crayon and wator-color
portraits of tho whole royal family.
An attractive portraituro is that of a
prominont society lady in water
coloring, a vory clovor work of art.
Mr. Williams intends making tho
exhibition a prominent foaturo at
tho fair. Ho has beou doing photo
graphic work abroad, and his mis
sion is not now to him.
FOR WOUNDED AFFECTION.
Alico Ayora Goto a Verdict on Maui
for Broach of PromiEo.
Miss Alico Ayers was given a vor
dict of $100 at Lahaina boforo Judgo
A. W. Kopoikai against William Ma
huka for broach of promise. Tho
suit was formorly hoard in Hono
lulu, and was won by defendant,
Mahuka. Tho young lady appealed
to tho Supromo Court, audaf tor con
sideration by that body a now trial
with chango of vouuo was granted,
and tho suit was transferred to Maui,
tho plaiutifTs birthplace. Tho suit
was for STiOOO damages. On tho vor
diot for 100 tho defendant tendered
cash, but J. A. Magonu, counsel for
plaiutiff, refused, and noted nu ap
peal from tho verdict, This case
has been oil for somotiino, the parti
culars having boon published pre
viously in tho Bulletin.
Sovoral Probato Matters Editor of
tho Star Made- Happy.
S. Ah Mi of Kahului has petition
ed to bo appointed administrator of
tho ostato of Luk Sang, who diod
two sons in chargo of potitionor and
ono son taken caro of by his grand
mother in China. A hearing is ap
pointed for. Jan. 15 at tho Circuit
Court in chambers.
Rov. D. Kapali petitions to bo ap
pointed administrator of his do
coasod wife's ostato valued at $1400,
and thoro will bo a hearing Jan. 12.
The Clerk of tho Judiciary is au
thorized to withdraw S1500 belong
ing to tho hoirs of tho lato H. W.
Mcintosh from tho Postal Saviugs
Bank and invest it in Hawaiian
Government six porcont bonds, tho
intorest to bo paid to tho mother
from time to timo for tho children's
maintenance This is bocauso in
terest cannot bo paid on F. S. B. do
posits largor than $500.
Judgo Coopor has filed a decision
in tho criminal libel case brought by
Glaus Spreckols against Walter Gj
Smith, editor of tho Star. Ho de
clines to allow any aiiioudmont of
the indictment, which practically
throws tho case out of Court. Hatch
for prosocution; Hartwoll for do
fondant. DESTRUCTIVE LIGHTNING.
Prominont Structuro Damaged, Five
Horses Killed and Lights De
stroyed. Captain Haglaud of tho steamer
James Makeo, which arrived from
Kauai this morning, reports that on
Saturday afternoon last, November
9th, tho smokestack of an abandon
ed mill at Kapaa was struck by
lightning during a hoavy thunder
storm that occurred at that place,
cracking the cylinder and loosening
tho cement that hold it in place. At
Koalia a similar visitation occurred,
which resulted in tho killing of fivo
horses in a pasture aud tho destruc
tion of twouty-fivo electric lights in
tho mill. A holo about fivo inches
pquaro was also mado on tho spot
where tho lightning struck, tho
depth of which was not ascertained.
Tho electrical storm, which was an
unusual ono, lasted about an hour.
Tho old smokestack is a conspicu
ous landmark, and everybody who
has seen it would bo sorry if it camo
Arrival of the Mariposa.
i Tho R. M. S. S. Mariposa. Hay-
waru commauuor, arriveu in port at
2 o'clock this aftornoon, 15 days
from S3,duoy. She brought G pas
sengers for this port, and 13 cabin
and 31 steerage in transit. Vory
little cargo camo for this port. Tho
following is a momo. of her voyage:
Sailed from Sydney, Nov. 27 at 5 p.
in.; from Auckland, Dec. 2 at 3 p.m.;
from Apia, Dec. G at 5 p. m. Tho
Mariposa will sail again for San
Francisco at 10 o'clock to-morrow
Business dead ? Not much !
Lpastwise it is not so with tho
California Feed Company. "Wo
have made a business for our
selves, which has steadily grown
through all the hard times other
people are complaining about.
Wo have just secured from Mr.
J. F. Colburn his old stand, cor
ner Queen and Nuuanu streets,
and taken possession of thoso
largo and convenient premises.
Wo had to do so, because our
old place at Leleo is too small
for our fast-increasing business.
In a few days tho hark "Mauna
Ala" will he hero again with her
fourth full cargo of Hay and
Grain, bought by our Mr. J. N.
Wright who will arrive on that
vessel. We prefer to select our
merchandise ourselves rather
than have others do it, which
means that wc get better goods
at a less price.
Wo thank our many friends
for thoir liberal patronage for
tho past three years, and hope
by strict attention to a business
wo thoroughly understand to
merit the patronage of as many
CALIFORNIA FEED CO.
Circuit Court, First Circuit of the Ha
waiian Islands. In Probato.
IN, THE MATTER OF THK KBTATi:
ofLUK 8ANU, lato of Honolulu, de
On reading and filing the potition of H.
Ahmi, of kahului, Maui, alleging that
Luk t-ang, of Honolulu, died intestate at
Uhoy Hung, China, on tho 8th day of July,
A. U. 1887, nnd praying that Letters of Ad
ministration Ihsiki to b. Ahmi.
It is ordered that StuNDAY, tho 15th
day of January, A. 1). 1BU1, ho and hereby
is appointed lor'hearing paid petition in
tho Court itoom of this Court, at Hono
lulu, at which timo and placo all persons
concerned may appear aud show caube, if
any they have, why said petition should
not be granted.
Hated Honolulu, II. I Dec. 13, 1803.
Hy tho Court:
CIIA8. P. PETKKSON.
Ii05-(it was Clerk.
To Close Out Consignments i
Tor tho Deneilt of tho Kstato of
Commencing uu KATUUDAY, Decem
ber ilth, I will noil u JCi'W Consignment of
Boys' Shirt Waists
77k; Crlebruted "Slur" limnd il
$UMpcr lMf Dozvn.
Boys' Baits from S3.50 up.
Men's Suits from S12.00 up.
Mou's Extra Fauts from $1.50 up.
Island Orders Promptly Attended to.
I. LEVINGBT0N, Manatjor.
mtcstato at Uhoy Hang. Ulnua, ioav
ing proporty in thoso islands ostinia
ted to bo worth Slo.UOU. ado ioav
And Catarrh in tho Hoad
Sir. TT. X. Tucker
"I feel that It U lmposslblo for mo to any too
much In favor of Hood's Samparllla. I was
a crcat sufforcr from Impure blood and Catarrh
In my head. Job's comforters failed to comfort
mo, and I suffcrod from numerous bll
Agony Coyond Description.
When I began to tako Hood's SarsapatUl I had
six of thorn, only four of which came to t head,
and slnco then, thanks to this eood medlclno, I
havo been frco from this great affliction. I
f ;alned 11 pounds In threo wocks. Tho Catarrh
a my head which has troubled mo for years has
also noen curod by Hood's Sarsaparllla and I
Hood's s Cures
am cnjoylntr sood general health. I carnostly
recommend Hood's Sarsaparllla to all who ara
aflllcto J." W. I.. Tuckek, Itoseburs, Oreeon.
HOOD'S PlLLB euro all Liver Ills, Bilious
ness, Jaundice, Indices tlon. Sick lleadacho.
HOBRON, NEWMAN & CO.,
Agents for Hawaiian Islands.
ROYAL HAWAIIAN OPERA HOUSE
THURSDAY EYEN1NG, DEC. ljth.
English, Irisli &Scotcli Concert !
The press nnd puhlic aro unanimous
in their verdict that
Julie and Rose Albu
Are the Greatest Vocalists who havo
over appeared in Honolulu.
Thursday Evening's Program will Include
" 'Twas Within a Mile Edinboro Toon."
"The Last Koso of Summer."
"She Woro n Wreath of Koos."
"I Dream't I Dwelt in Marblo Hall."
"Tho Harp that Once."
"My Dearest Heart."
"In Cupid'i Court."
"Sainted Mother," (Maritnna)
"Blumcnthal's Venetian Boat lionp."
AND OTHEH OEMS.
Ms- Box Plan for Thursday and Satur
day now open. UOI-'-'t
IN THAT LIKE.
Xmas and New Year's Presents.
MADE TO ORDEH.
Island orders promptly attented to.
E. A. JACOBSON,
SOS Port Street.
H. HACKFELD & CO.
FOR THE HAWAIIAN ISLANDS
Genuine Budweiser Beer
Brewed by the Auheusor-Busch Brew
ing Association of St. Louis.
-AND OP THE
LARa3 SJIIl'MENTS JUST TO HAND
AND l'OR SALE BY
H. HACKFELD & GO.
1,1. I'RIIHONR OWINCI .MONEY TO
lw.nmliiruli.lll.il ulll IlIL'llkO nllllKU I'V
m. ...- ...... n- ,; .-- ...... ..,.... .-..
i.osslbl to Dr. Oioruo lluddy, Bir-tiil
f,Uuui, Honolulu. Hy mi do Uu itiriliT In
convf iilcncu nd trouUlo will ut. iivolded.
D05-31 WAIIKU Mill..
An unusual attractive variety of NEW
OOODS to moot tho tasto and wants of
our Island community. Apart
from a lino stock of
Presentation and Miscellaneous Books and
- IS THE NEW SEASON'S -
That must bo seen to bo appreciated.
Also a lino of
Japanese Paper Crepe Books
Of Jingles and Fairy Talcs.
Additional to a bewildering supuly of the
customary good goods for nlf good
people is u stock of
That aro as useful as thoy aro novel and
attractive, nnd of all kinds nnd sizes.
Dolls & Dolls' Sundries
CV Santa Claus' HmmjUAnTcns has
always been noted for its supply of Dolls
and all tho ctreteras of dolldoin, and this
season leads them all.
KID DOLLS, ZU
Nankin Dolls, Rag Dolls-, Rubber Dolls,
(Ihtna Dolls, Dolls with Fino I'ronch Bis
quo Heads, Dolls with socallcd Unbrcak
ablo Heads, China Heads.
TlfYT T C with Real Human Hair,
JLU-LJLiO Dolls with Natural Look
ing Hair, some with Tow Hair, Wooliv
Hair, and some with No Hair at all.
Sleopinp Dolls, Wakoful Dolls, Smil
ing Dolls, Crying Dolls.
"Tff T Q In Full Dross, Half Dro.-s
XJ Jxjl JLiO and Undress and ranging
from about threo iuclic! to nearly thiee
feet in size, and from ten cents to'ever.il
Lady Dolls, Girl Dolls, Boy Dolls, Baby Dolls
French Dolls, English Dolls,
Gorman Dolls, American Dolls,
Esquimaux Dolls', Indian Dolls,
Mulatto Dolls, IKirkey Doll.
TVT T Heads, Doll Bodies, Doll
UKJJUXJ Wigs, Doll's Arm. Doll's
Shoe)', Doll's Stockings, Doll's Hats, Doll's
Parasols, Doll's Jewelry, Doll's Fan, Doll's
Cradles, Doll's Bedsteads, Doll's Trous
seaux, Doll's Carriages, Doll's Tea Set-,
Wash Sets and sets of lots of necessary
things to complete tho happiness of a
doll's mamma's life.
Equal liberal provision is made in all the
Rubber Toys, Wooden Toys,
Tin Toys, Horn Toys,
Iron Toys, Paper Toys, Etc.
OUTDOOR I AMES, INDOOR (iAMES
- sn -
That aro a jy to behold.
S" Everybody mid all ag"3 piovided
for at Santa" Claits' II i:iki u.mih:im.
Tho above Store hns received another
Splendid Invoice of
Per S. S. "Oceanic."
Beautiful Silk and Grape
Cushions, Tablo Covers',
Bed Cover.'', Clowns
CAl'S, S( 'KEEN'S,
Silk and Cotton Kimonos
IN OltEAT VAUIETY.
lfe Inspection licccifully luvltnl.
No 1 rouble to hlioiv Ooods
Hotel Street (Arlington Block i
Mrs, J. P. P. Collaco, Proprietress.
Japanese Silk & Fancy Goods
A LARGE AND UNIQUE ASSORTMENT SOW OPEN AT
. S. SACHS'
Sao iort Street, Honolulu.
Lais' IiiiBil Is Black Si
iliind Painted. Cushions, Head Rests, fitc.
AT EXCEPTIONAI&y LOW PRICES.
New Fancy Table Covers and Table Scarfs !
A FIXE ASSORTMENT OF
Lace Tidies, Lace Scarfs & Lace Sets !
A FINE VARIETY OF
Ladies' Leather Purses, Hand Bags and Card Cases !
A NEW ASSORTMENT OF
Painted Swiss Fans, Lace Fans & Feather Fans !
AT VERY LOW PRICES.
LADIES' FINE SILK HOSE IN ALL COLORS !
Real Lace Handkerchiefs, Chiffon Bows, New Sash Ribbons,
SPECIAL BARGAINS IN
Ladies' Embroidered Handkerchiefs !
Toino and sec our KMDKOIDEUED HANDKERCHIEFS at 10o., 1'Jc. and
'JiV. Our Mc. assortment can't be heat.
BIG BARGAINS IN EMBROIDERED SILK HANDKERCHIEFS.
AN IMMENSE ASSORTMENT OV
Ladies' Embroidered Flounces in Dress Lengths
AT S3.00, S3.50, S3.75 AND UPWARDS.
Ladles' Cashmere Shawls, Embroidered Scarf Shawls and Crepe Shawls
IN ALL COLORS AND QUALITIES.
GREAT BARGAINS IN
Infauts' Embroidered Cloaks and Children's Cloaks 1
Infants' Silk Bonnets, Muslin Bonnets and Hats 1 ,
lSb- If you are looking for Holiduv Goods, call and 'o our immuuM uior;im.'tit
before making yrrir purchaser elsewhere.
N. S. SACHS.
PATENTED UNDER THE LAWS
THE UNDERSIGNED HAVE BEEN APPOINTED SOLE AGENTS FOR
those SmtEDDERS ami are now prepared lo receive orders.
The great advantages to be derived from the ubo of the National Cane
SHUEDDiiit nn; thoroughly established and acknowledged by Planters
The largo number of Planters using them in tho United States, Cuba,
Argentina ltepublic, Puru, Australia and elsewhere, bear witness to tho
The use of the SiiUEDnr.ii very largely augments the quantity of c.tne
the mill can grind (25 to 50), also the extraction of juice (5 to 12,).
It is a great safeguard, making known at once tho pre.senco of any
pieces of iron, stakes from cars, or anything which would be liable to damage
the mill, and allowing ample timo to remove same beforo damaging the mill.
The SmtEDDKit is very strongly made, and from the manner of its opera
tion it cuts or tears these pieces of wood or iron witnout often breaking the
Siireddur; and if anything breaks, it is simply some of tho knives or cutters,
which can be quickly and economically replaced. The Siikeddek, as its
name indicates, tears the cane into shreds of varying lengths, perfectly open
ing it and allowing tho mill to thoroughly press out the juices without re
quiring the immense extra power necessary to grind or criibli the whole
cane. The Siii;eddi:h spreads the shredded cane uniformly and evenly to
the mill rolls, and does away with the necessity of spreading tho baga&so by
hand between tho mills, where regrinding is in use. No greater amount of
boiler capacity is required to operate the Siikicddicu than that which was
buflicicnt for the mill, for the above leasons. Wo furnish full working
drawings for the installation of our Siiiiedukkh, enabling any competent en
gineer to successfully install and start them.
In ordering Shuemieisb from us, please send small sketch, showing tho
diameter and width of the mill rolls with which Siiukddek is to be connected,
also tho side (either right or left hand as you, face the delivery side of the
mill), upon which the mill engine- is located, also the height from lloor line
to center of front mill roll shaft, and distance center this shaft to front end
of bed plate. These Siireuueks aro now being used by tho Hilo Sugar Co.
and Hawi Mill, Kohala, whero they aro giving great satisfaction.
gJfT Prices and further particulars may be had by applying to
M. S. LEVY WILL SELL FROM
Saturday, Dec. 9th, Christmas
His Entire Stock, at VERY LOW PRICES, to give
thf Public un opportunity to buy their
Presents, for little money.
TOYS and DOLLS
WILL HE SOLD AT COST PRICES.
gCSr Ueforu you make your Holiday purchases any
where else, give me it call and examine my prices. No
trouble to show goods.
7 5 "FORT? STiEtEEl'T . 7 5
OE THE HAWAIIAN 1 LANDS.
IRWIN & CO., L'd.,
Mile siijcnts for the Jlnuniimx l.'lnndt.