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OAHU RAILWAY AND LAND CO,
WHOM AND AFTKH JUNK 1.
To Ewa Mltl,.
Leavo Honolulu ..
Leave Pearl City.
0. B. B.
A.M. A.M. r.M.
Lcayo Ewn Mill 0:21 10:43 3:43
Leave Pearl Olty 0:55 11:16 4:15
Arrive Honolulu 7:30 11:55 4:55
Jw SnUjl tfUiitt,
SATURDAY, DEC. 16, 1893.
Friday, Dec. 15.
Am bk Colusn, Backus, 28 days from De
Am schr Vine, Van Dahlorn, 10 days from
Saturday, Dec. 10.
Stmr Mokoltl from Maul. Lanal and Molo
l:al Stmr Lchua from Ookalu and Kukaiau
Stmr Pole from Kauai
Schr Mahimahl from Wnlalua
Saturday, Deo. 10.
Am bk Coloma, Noyos, for Hongkong
Am bchr Vine, Van Dahlern, for Samoa
Cargoes from Island Forts.
Stmr MokolH 100 sheep, I hoisc, and 03
bdls green hides.
Vessel Leaving Monday.
Stmi Mokolii for Kuunakakal, ICamalo,
Pukoo, Halawa. Wailan, Pelekumi,
Kalaupapa, Lahaina, Ulowalu and
Lanai at 5 p m
Stmr O It Bishop for Wnianae, Waialua,
Mokuleia, I.uie, Kahuku and Ptinalun
ut U a in
Stmr J A Cummins for Koolau
Schr Mary E Foster for Wauuon
Schr Millu Morris for Koolau
F'rom Molokal, per stmr Mokolii, Dec 1(1
K D McCorriston, W C Perkins, and
about 20 dock.
For Hongkong, per bk Coloma,
Mrs Noyes, Miis Noyes, and M
rs T C
For Kauai, per stmr Iwalani, Dec 15 F
B Oat, Q K Wilder, Misses Wilcox 2, Misses
Kuan 2. Miss Austin, Masters Rice 2,
Willie Rice, Ralph Wilcox, Masters Cooke
2, (J H Cooke, G Hwart, A Ewart, A Con-
ladt, J Conradt, and abont 18 deck.
The American bark Colusa, Capt. Backus,
arrived in port last evening, 2S days from
Dopaituro Bav, B. C, with 1730 tons coal
' for the Ewa Plantation. 'I ho Colusa dock
ed at Oceanic wharf until this morning,
when she moved across to tho O. li. it. L.
Co., where she will dischargo her cargo.
" She sighted tho bark Coloma twice during
AN ADVERTISES AXjABM.
Its Hydrocephalic Sonsation Revised
for Intelligent Readors.
This morning's Advertiser tries to
redeem its usual dulness by a Koyal
ist scaro. It gives half a column of
displayed headings to the narrative
of somo blundering exploits of tho
police force at certain private resi
dences last night. Tho Advertiser's
report headings and all is amond
ed, annotated and paraphrased bo
low as it should havo appeared, tho
head lines in quotation marks being
copied verbatim from the Advertiser:
Engage all tho polico old marms.
"J. F. Colburn's House Raided,"
A blue coat force paraded
To. prevent tho P. G.'a being invaded.
"Three Rifles are Discovered"
Without looking in tho cupboard.
"The Ex-Queen's Ex-Minister is li,-
And exhales a smell of powder to tho
noses of tho spies attractive,
" 'Nick' Peterson Arrested."
By pcelors, bo mo eowl, his hack's in
vested. And he's fiercely and furiously told,
nstend of being decently requested,
To drive them deadhead to Hitchcock's
Which by flous and felons is infested.
"Several llackmen Suipevted of De
Ocli, don't yo-uear tho war's alarms !
"A llig Royalist Meeting til John Cum
mins'." Lot Clerk Thompson quick write out a
We're making this old puper boom,
Carry tho uows to Henry.
Littlo senso but lots of room,
Carry tho news to Henry.
For Royalist plots we're on th' ulorl,
Carry the news to Henry.
In working fnkes wo are expert,
Carry tho news to Henry.
Still wo nro miring in tho stamps,
Carry tho news to Henry,
But Cleveland's about putting on
Carry tho news to Henry.
"Deputy Marslial Brown and
about 20 polico raided tho house of
John F. Colburn at midnight to
search for arms and ammunition.
Thoy found throo rillos and olovon
(11) cartridges. A. P. Peterson's
house was iuvadod later but uothing
was discovorod oxcopting a noiso as
of the tearing tho lid oil' of a largo
uox (.presumably mo collin of tho
monarchy preparatory to resurrec
tion ceremonies). Nick Peterson tho
hackman, and his horse atid carriage
and ouo passongor, wore arrested.
When taken to tho statiou nothing
was found wiong with iiithor man,
boast or vuhiclo. It is hoped that
our readers uru all fools enough to
be groatJy excited by tho above
thrilling report of a royalist plot
discovered, proparod by tho active
and ontorprising Advortisor stall'
uf(or tho bull was over."
XiOOAXi AND GENERAI, NEWS.
maro nnd golding
A Ohinoso coimrtnorfihin nolico
Lowis J. Lovoy has choice pine
apple suckers for salo.
Diamond Head, 12 m. Woathor
clear, wind light wost.
Tho only arrests mado last night
woro throo natives for drunkounoss
Tho P. Q. baud plays at Emma
Squaro at 4:15 o'clock this afternoon.
Additions to tho Mutual Tolo
phono list aro advertised in this
Men from tho dilToront warships
wore allowed shoro liberty yostorday
Oahu College and Punahou Pre
paratory school have been lot out
for tho holidays.
Mr. John H. Wise will address tho
boys' mooting at tho Y. M. C. A. to
Mr. E. Moller, -who
perienced sugar boiler
luua, wishes a situation.
is an es
Tho Kawaiahao concert is chang
ed to Doc 19. See list of places
whore tickets are on salo.
Tim Murray of Ireland and several
"specials" unwarrantably interfered
with tho telophono service last night.
Tho Y. M. C. A. temperance con
cert, which was to have taken placo
to-night, has been postponed for a
The favorito Hawaiian song, "Alo
ha Oe," will bo sung by Miss Albu
at the concort at tho Opera House
Throo deserters from tho Intor
Island Co.'s contract service decided
to return to-day and were ordered
to pay $3 costs of Court each.
Sovoral shots were hoard along
King streot toward Thomas Squaro
about midnight yostorday. Tho
spies wore probably scaring off mos
quitoes. Tho steamer Mokolii brings news
tha Mo?srs. Jack Lucas, Harry "Whit
noy and J. M. Dowsott, who wont
to Molokai aro having a very suc
cessful eoasou. Gamo is plentiful
on tho island.
Cleanliness, light and thrift aro
tho topics of tho Hawaiian Hard
ware Co. to-day, with an appendix
relating to culture and Christmas
keeping. Don't fail to road tho
treatise through. Tho house sells
everything in the hardware lino ex
cept holes for burying war material.
Mrs. Amelia Eyan, widow of tho
late W. P. Eyan and mother of Al
fred and Edward E. Eyan, died yos
torday afternoon. Suo was 75 years
of age, a nativo of Woolwich, Eng
land, and came hero with her hus
band 42 years ago. Tho funeral
takes placo at ii o'clock this after
A report is afloat that at a cortain
private ros'dence, the other day, a
clog died and was buried in the yard.
A P. G. soldier or spy it doesn't
matter which) happened along some
time aftorwards and noticing the
mound covered with fresh earth,
thought that he mado a big dis
covery, as his errand was the- hunt
ing up of buried guns and ammuni
tion. The spy was protty well paid
for his trouble by inhaling tho fumes
of the dead dog, saying in his queer
English:"Mino Got, dis ammooni
ASYLUM TO ASYLUM.
An. Eighty-yoar Old Nativo Com
mitted for Insanity.
Mrs. Forbes, Superintendent of
the Lunalilo Homo, roported to tho
Polico Statiou this morning that
Kopa, a nativo about eighty years of
age, had been creating no end of
trouble at tho homo, and she was of
tho opinion the man was out of his
mind. The old man was brought
to tho Polico Station, whero after
examination it was found that pub
lic safety necessitated his removal
to tho Insane Asylum. Although of
tho great ago stated, ho is very
powerful and violent at times, and
has smashed crockery and furniture
against tho wall. Kopa was re
ported previously as having knocked
out two of his fellow inmates at the
Tho Anglican Synod.
Tho third mooting of tho Synod
was held last evening in tho school
room attached to St. Andrew's Catho
dral. After prayor by tho Bishop
tho roll was called, when tho follow
ing goutlemen ausworocl to thoir
names: Clorgy Eovs. S. H. Davis,
V. H. Kitcat, A. Mackintosh, Woo
Yeo Bow. Laity Messrs. J. Bush,
S. Mohoula, E. Stiles, E. S. Harris,
H. W. Mist, W. H. Wright, H. M.
von Holt, H. Smith, Yap See Young.
Tho minutes of tho last mooting
woro road and approved, after which
there was a discussion on tho draft
of a Btatuto defining Parochial
Boundaries. Tho subject was finally
postponed until tho next session.
Tho reports of tho treasurer of tho
trustees and also of tho committee
on Synodical espouses were then ac
cepted. There being no other
business to consider tho Synod then
adjourned till 5 p, in. Monday, Doc.
18th, when it will meet to wind up
tho necessary business.
Mr. and Mrs. Chase B, Dwight
gavo a party last ovoning at thoir
nomo at Pallium in honor of tho
iirat nnnivonmry of tho birth of thoir
youncost child, Josoph Lovojoy
Dwilit. Jioaidoa tho inomhorH of
tho family thoro woro gathurod quito
a mitnbor of frioiidB, who appro
uintod tho good tliina provided by
tho gouoroiiH boat and hostosa. Tho
airair pnssod away ploasantly, tho
IjuoMb lotiringat au oarly hour nftor
wishing tho young huioii that a
happy lot umy await him in tho
Baby's Got a Popgun,
(From tho Morning Axlegrcaser.)
How tlin morning tidings every bosom
Filling ovory breast with vacuo alarm.
Tho Bitkonlng disclosures make us fairly
'Tis nlso said that babies are In arms.
Baby's got a popgun and bloodshot Is his
Turn the gallant P. G. forces loose;
Put jour trust in Sopor, keep your powder
Baby's got his popgun out for uso.
'TIs said that royal plotters when they
chance to meet,
When listened to by spies just out of
Drop their conversation on Knaluunanu,
A sign of treason never known to fail.
Nick Peterson and Cavanagh aro dcoply in
Promoting dire revolt by ovcry means j
'lis noticed when thoy vanish from a given
The ground is covered o'er with "dead
Business dead ? Not much I
Leastwise it is not so with the
California Feed Company. "Wo
havo 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 those
largo and convenient promises.
Wo had to do so, because our
old placo at Leleo is too small
for our fast-increasing business.
In a few days the bark "Mauua
Ala" will bo hero again with her
fourth full cargo of Hay and
Grain, bought by our Mr. J. N.
Wright who will arrive on that
vessel. Wo prefer to select our
merchandise ourselves rather
than have others do it, which
means that we get better goods
at a less price.
We thank our many mends
for their liberal patronago for
the past throe years, and hope
by strict attention to a business
we thoroughly understand to
merit the patronago of as many
CALIFORNIA FEED CO.
Mutual Telephone Co.
rpHE FOLLOWING NAMES HAVE
X been Hddcd to the Official List of Sub
scribers of the Mutual Tclophone Com
pany. Pleabe cut out and pasto in a eon
vonfent placo for future referenco:
51 Cala. Feed Co. Warehouse, King street.
149 Palace Ice Cream Parlors.
150 Engine Co. No. 1.
200 Wakefield, V M res.
225 Atborton, O II res.
20 Abies, L C res. ,
227 Cartwright. Bruce res.
201 Holomua Pub. Co.
208 Piikoi, Lydia res.
27 Rosso, C res
'260 Fernandez, A res.
292 Moore, Dr. It I res.
292 Doyle, C A res.
S21 Wilder, G K res.
328 Cartwright, Bruce rot., Waiklki.
330 U S Legation.
330 Willis, A S res.
310 Yuen Chong.
341 Kruger, Frank res.
310 Stacker. J T res.
350 Wonner, A res.
382 Sing Chong, Hotel street.
337 McQuiro's fclxpress.
39.1 Hopper, W L res.
40S Smith, F. Pauoa.
423 Pohina, J, Pauoa.
451 Ehrlich, S res.
403 Jncobson, A E, Fort street.
470 Keola, Jas N K res.
481 Mellia, Mrs. A M.
403 Poomaikalani, res.
491 Cunha Nursery.
550 J R 1), Punchbowl street.
MiO Qrav, J A res.
075 Gartenborg, A les.
5S5 Heist, Mrs. J H res.
6')1 Ah Ping.
095 Devlin. Ja. res.
011 Louibson, M res.
013 National Iron Work?.
(K0 Ogura, K res.
039 Noldncr, O res.
013 Noiper, J res.
050 Howard, Dr. II W.
Oj9 Lederor, S W res.
070 Ogura & Co., K.
070 Oaki Shoteu.
0S7 Kallberg, J A re-..
mi Bush. Jno E res.
505 "A" Philadelphia, U S F S.
515 "C" Champion, H II M 8.
GlONHniua, H I J M S.
IN THAT MXE.
AXJ) ok -
Xmas and New Year's Presents,
MADE TO ORDER.
TIlaud orders promptly uttentcd to.
E. A. JACOBSON,
S03 Fort Stxoot.
Abb I'KIIBONrfoN'lNU MONEY TO
tho itndorslfini'd will plern-u ohlluu by
iiiuMiih payment with us little dcluy us
pussllilu u Dr. (Hornu Huddy, lltrtUinU
htn-et, Honolulu, lty so dohiK further in
ronvriiU'iH'u uud troublu will hu avoided,
Stlea JTcnnlo Ulaacr
Ohio City, Ohio.
Scrofula and All Blood Dlsoasoo.
"I talco croat ploasuro In erring public tea
tlmony to tho valuo of Uood's Sarsaparllla tor
I havo suffered with till distressing troubla
for nearly ten years, and in that tlmo havo tried
almost every mcdlcino recommended to mo
without any relief whatovcr until, after much
urging, I cavo flood's Sarsaparllla a trial. It
has been of great benefit, and will effeot a per
manent euro. I say to alt peoplo who suffer
from Scrofula, try Hood'i Sarsaparllla; it will
do you Rood." Miss .Ti-..vnie 1'laqeb, Ohio
City, Van. Wert County, Ohio.
"My daughter, eleven years old, has been
troubled with scrofulous catarrh over slnco aha
was thrco year3 old. Threo physicians gavo her
no pormancnt relief. In tho summer It com-
mcuccu caung uuo ncr nose, wo Dought
and gavo it to her and It has cured her, for
which wo aro very thankful. Wo got ono box
of Hood's Tills and llko them very much."
Mns. David C. Shimei,, Cliandlcrsvfllo, Ohio,
HOOD'8 PILL8 curoConulpatlonbjieitortaa
tho ptrlitolUo action of tho allmontaiy canal.
HOBRON, NEWMAN & CO.,
Agents for Hawaiian Islands.
H. MCKFELD & CO.
FOR THE HAWAIIAN ISLANDS
Genuine Budweiser Beer
Urewed bv the Aiiheusor-Buseli It tow
ing Association of St. LouN.
-AND OF THE
Milwaukee Brewing Co.'s
LARGE SHIPMENTS JUST TO HAND
AND FOR SALE nv
H. HAGKFELD & CO.
nhovo Store lms received another
Splendid Invoice of
Per S. S. "Oceanic."
Beautiful Silk and Crape
Cushions, Table Covers,
Bed Covers, Gowns,
v BASHES, JACKETS,
Silk and Cotton Kimonos
IX GREAT VARIETY.
3tt- Inspection Respectfully Invited.
Hotel Streot (Arlington Block)
Mrs. J. P. P. Collaco, Proprietress.
To Close Ont Consignments!
For tho Benefit of the Estate of
CommencliiB on SATURDAY, Decern
hor 0th, 1 will sell a New Consignment of
Boys' Shirt Waists
The Celebrated "Star" llraml at
Boys' Suits from S3.50 up.
Men's Suits from S12.00 up.
Mon's Extra Pauts from $1.50 up.
Island Orders Promptly Attended to.
I. LEVINGST0N, Managor.
KicaiKK : and : Stuvkdohk
ESTIMATES AND CONTRACTS ON
Abb KINDS OP WORK.
Onncki With Wright llro., : Tort Street,
Danese Silk 6 Fancv Good
Nan an r street,
One Store above King Street.
Cheapest House in Town
Bargains! Bargains 1 1 Bargains I ii
HALE ON FROM
AND THE FOLLOWING
THREE WEEKS !
SoSf2' Goods being sold at
enormously Reduced Prices,
at less than half the value.
Ucar3 The undersigned lo
cated at Nuuanu
offerinff the following
in order to reduce
SKSt" Come and see for
yourselves and you will he
Mon's Undershirts wot tit 3 jc, now '.'Do. or I!
Men's Canton Flannel DrnwwN, woitliSOc.,
Mon's Straw Hats, niuvMyle; worth $t now
Men's Straw Hats, new btylu; worth S'k.
Mon's Black Hats, lioH values at JOo. ami
Men's Black Socks, fust color; L'lV. or 0
nalrs for f 1.
Men's Pants, good vulne; worth $'2 now $1
Mon's Coats in various patterns only $2
White Handkerchiefs worth inc. now Co. or
0 for 2.')C.
I.ndieV Kid Slippers worth $2 a p.iir now
Mon's Pants, good valuo; worth $1 now $2.
Men's Pants, good valuo; worth t" now $ J.
Men's Cotton socle, fc. a pair or li for 2oc.
Men's Orcrhirts, full size; 23c. each.
Silk Handkerchiefs worth f0c. only 2ue.
Silk Handkerchiefs woith $1 now fcOc.
Men's Calkin Shoes only $1.75 n pair.
Biown Cotton, good value; 10 yds for Wc.
White Cotton, ;ood value; !) yds for 50.
AND OTHER GOODS
Too numerous to mention at
equally .Reduced Prices.
YEE OELA.1T & CO.,
80G Nuuanu Street. 2w
An unusual nttraotivo variety of NEW
GOODS to meet the taste and wants of
our Island community. Apart
" from a fino stock of
Presentation and Miscellaneous Books and
- IS THE NEW SEASON'S -
FOR 1 B84,
That must bo scon to be appreciated.
Also a line of
Japanese Paper Crepe Books
Of Jingles and Fairy Tales.
Additional to a bowildoring supply of the
customary good goods for all good
peoplo is a sturk of
That aro as useful as they nro novel and
attractive, and of all kinds and sizes.
Dolls & Dolls' Sundries
&f- Santa Claw,' HKAUyuARTr.nR has
always been noted for its supply of Dolls
and all the etceteras of dolldom, and this
season leads them nil.
Nnnkln Dolls. Kbl' Dolls. Rubber Dolls.
China Dolls, Dolls with l'lno French Ris
que Heads, Dolls with socalled Unbreak
able Heads, China Heads.
TirfT T C with Real Human Hair,
U JXjX-iJ Dolls with Natural Look
ing Hair, some with Tow Hulr, Woolly
Hulr, and somo with No Hair at all.
Sleeping; Bolls, "Wakeful Dolls, Smil
ing: Dolls, Crying Dolls.
TrYI T C In Full Dress, Half Dress
JLWJ-iJLiO and Undress ami ranging
from about threo inches to nearly tnreti
fcot in size, and from ten cents to tovoral
Lady Dolls, Girl Dolls, Boy Dolls, Baby Dolls
French Dolls, English Dolls,
Gorman Dolls, American Dolls,
Kscmimnux jjoiih, Indian jjous,
Mulatto Dolls, Durkey Dolls.
UJLil-j Wins. Doll's
Shoes, Doll's Stockings, Doll's Hats, Doll's
Parasols, Doll's Jewelry, Doll's Fans, Doll's
Cradles, Doll's Uedsteads, lioll'B Troiih
hcuux, Doll's Carriages, Doll's Tea hets,
Wash Sots and sets of lots of nccessaiy
things to complete the happluoss of u
doll's mamma's life.
Eipial liberal provision Is niadu in nil the
Rubbor Toyu, Wooden Toys,
Tin Toys, Horn Toys,
Iron Toys, PaporToya, Etc.
OUTDOOR GAMES, INDOOR DAMES
That aro a Joy to behold,
tW Evcryhoily nnd all ages provided
for ut Bama Ci.m's' HiuiigUAiin ii'.
ii n I giAv
A LARGE AND I'NIQIE ASSORTMENT VOW Ol'EN AT
Eao Fort Street, Korxolulu.
Lies' Hint M Black Sife Scarfs !
Hand Palei SI Scarfs aifl Ties !
Hul FiiiM Cistiis, Heal Rusts, Etc,
AT EXCEPTIONALLY LOW PRICES.
New Fancy Table Covers and Table Scarfs !
A FINE 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 Ribhons.
SPECIAL BARGAINS IN
Ladies' Embroidered Handkerchiefs !
Come and -. our nMllROIDEUED H.VNDKnilCHinFS at 10o., 12'c. and
20c. Our 25c. assortment can't lu beat.
BIG BARGAINS IN EMBROIDERED SILK HANDKERCHIEFS.
AN IMMEXSi: ASSORTMENT Ol
Ladies' Embroidered Flounces in Dress
AT ?3.00, $3.50, S3.75 AND UPWARDS.
Ladies' Cashmere Snawls, Embroidered Scarf Shawls and Crepe Shawls
IN ALL COLOKS AND gUALlTIC3.
GREAT BARGAINS IN
Embroidtroi Cloaks and
S.3S- If you are looking for Holiday Good
lictoio makli'if; your purchases elsowhoro.
N. S. SACHS, -
M. S. LEVY WILL SELL FROM
His Entire Stock, at VERY LOW PRICES, to give
.the Public an opportunity to buy their -Presents,
for little money.
TOYS and DOLLS
WILL BE SOLD AT COST PRICES.
SSESr Before you
whero else, givo me a
trouble to show
3MC. 3. XjEJVY"
PATENTED UNDER THE I,.YWS
mfiM&fmMft I iji&83 35r?&d
rpiIE UNDERSIGNED HAVE BEEN APPOINTED HOLE AGENTS FOR
J- tliuso SiiitKimEits nnd nro now piopurctl to receive onkr.-'.
The great ml van luges to ho derived from tho uso of rtho Natio.vai,"C..ni:
8iiiii:i1)i:k nro thoroughly oblublislied and aektiow'ledged by I'luitturr.
Thu largo nuinhor of PlunterH using them in the United Sluice, Cuba,
Argcntinu Houblu, Poru, Aiibtraliti and oltewlicre, beni witnt'ftd to tin
Tho ii.su of tho BmiKDMMi voiy largely augments the tiumitityj of eano
tho mill" can grind (25 to fi0), aUo tho extraction of juieo (Fi to 12).
It is a gieul ijafeguanl, making known at onco tho preboneo of any
piuei's of iron, btakes from earn, or anything which would bo li.iblo to (l.imugu
the mill, and allowing ample time to remove game beforn damaging tho mill.
Tho SiiitmiDKit is vory strongly miuk, and from tho mannor of its opoia
liou it cuts or tcara tliosu piccea of wood or iron without often bre.iking the
Hiuti:i)iii:it; and if anything breaks, il is biinply conio i the knives or vuitotf,
which can bo quickly and economically replaced. Thu Siiiir.unuit, us its
iiaino iudieatCH, tuiirn tho canu into uhieds of varying lengths, poifectly opon
iug it and allowing tho mill to thoroughly prcrb out thu juiccb without lo
(liiiring the iinmeiibo extra jiower necessary to grind or cruth tho wliolo
cano. Tho Siini:i)i)i:u siiroada tho bhredded cauo uniformly and evenly to
Iho mill rolls, and does away with the neecteity of spreading the b.igus-bo by
hand botween the mills, wheto regrinding is in use. No greater amount of
boiler capacity is required to operate the Siini:i)iu:u than that which was
Mifllcioiit for the null, for tho abovo reasons. Wo furnish full woiking
drawings for tho installation of our Hiiiti:ini:itH, enabling any competent en
gineer to Hticccbbfiilly install nnd Etail them.
In ordering Sii:iu)i;hk from uh, pU'.ttu bond tmall hkoteh, tlniwing thu
diameter ami width of tho mill toils with which SiiiiniuiKit its to ho connected,
iileo tlio hide (either right or left hand as you face tho deliveiy tide of the
mill), upon which thu mill cngiuu W located, uUo thu height from Hour lino
to center of fiout mill roll shaft, and dit-tunco ecutor tin i-lmft to front end
of bed pinto, Theeo Kiuti:i)iii:iiti nro now being nn'ii by the llilo Sugar Co.
and llawi .Mill, Kohala, where they sue giving gicat Nitibf.icliou.
SjSf Prices utitl further paitiettlaiD may bo had by applying tu
WM. G. IRWIN & CO., LU,
8M-tf ,iU .tytnti hc th JlawtiiUm hliiiuh,
Children's Cloaks !
Bonnets, Muslin Bonuoli
aud litis 1
- , call and -oe our immeiiM' niiorrn nut
your Holiday purchases any-
and examine my prices. No
OF THE HAWAIIAN ISLANDS.