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OAHU RAILWAY AND LAND CO,
FROM AND AFTER JUNE 1, 1893.
To Ewa Mill.
Leave Tcnrl City..
Arrive Ewa Mill. . .
Loavo Ewa Mill 0:21 10:43
Leavo Pearl City 0:65 11:15 4:15
Arrive Honolulu 7:30 11:55 4:65
A. Saturdays only.
C. Sundays excepted.
D. Baturiinya excepted.
MONDAY, DEC. 18, 1893.
Saturday, Dec. 10.
Stmr Koala from Walanae, Walalun and
Stuir James Makeo from Kauai
Sunday, Deo. 17.
Am bktno Planter, Dow, 10 days from San
Stmr Clandino from Maul and Hawaii
Stmr Mlkahala from Knuai
Stmr Iwalani from Kauai
Monday, Nov. 18.
Schr Ka Mol from Paauilo
Sloop Walanae from Walanae
Monday, Dec. 18.
Stmr James Makeo for Knpna at 4 p m
Stmr Kaala for Kaliulcu and Punaluu
Stmt MokollI for KaunakaUai, Kanialo,
Pukoo, Halawa, Wallau, Polekunu,
Kalaupapa, Laiiaina, Olowalu and
Lanai at 5 p m
Stmr Lohua for Lahaina and Olowalu
Stmr U It Bishop for Vaianac, Waialua,
Mokulela, Lalo, Kalinku and Punaluu
at 9 a m
Stmr J A Cummins for Koolau
Schr Millo Morris for Koolau
Vessels Leaving To-morrow.
Am bktne Wrestler, Bcrgmaun, for San
Brit bk Duko of Argyll, (lolightley, for
Itoyal lloads, B O
Am bk S O Allen, Thompson, for San
Stmr Pole for Makaweli at 2 p m
Stmr Claudino for Kahului, Kcanae, Hana,
Hiiinoa, Klpahulu, Nuu, Paauhau, Ku-
knian at 5 t m
Stmr Mikaliaiu for Nuwillwill, Koloa,
Elcelc, Makaweli, Yaimea and Kekaba
ut 5 p m
Stmr Iwalani for Nawiliwill, Hanamaulu,
Kilauca, Kalihiwal and Hanalcl at 5
Schr Mary E Foster for Waimea
Cargoes from Island Porto.
Stmr Pclo 10SO bags sugar.
Stmr Iwalani 1112 bags sugar.
Stmr James Makee 2350 bags sngar.
Stmr Kaala 510 bags rice and 1575 bags
Stmr Mikalmla 3000 bags sugar, 110 bags
rice, 19 bdls bides, 3 horses and 35 pkgs
Stmr Claudino 5514 bags sugar, 50 bags
taro, 390 bags potatoes, 155 bags corn,
24 bags beans, 133 hidos, 33 bogs, 2
horses, 120 pkgs sundries.
From San Francisco, per bktno Planter,
Dec 17 Mis Tbos McKinlev, Miss Mamie
McKinloy and Master Thos McKinley.
From Maui, per stmr Claudino, Deo 17
F M Hatch, Miss K K Crook, C Creighton,
J Tosh, wifo and 1 children, T Mori, Miss
Kabale, V V Ashford, J W Kalua, Hop
Yuen, Aki, C Apoo and 33 deck.
From Kauai, per stmr Mikahala, Dec 17
Geo Fairchild, 8 Hundley, Miss Laurita
Kaao, Miss Lane, Lot Lane, James Corkeo,
P H Kitcat, W Waterhousc, Mrs M Brown.
S J Bailey and wife, J B Alexander, L W
Kauai and 37 deck.
The American barkentino Wrestler, Capt.
Bergmann, will sail for San Franoico to
morrow. The Amorienn bark S, C. Allon, Capt.
Thompson, will leave for San Francisco
The British bark Duke of Argyll.
Golightley. will sail in ballast for Royal
Roads. B. C. to-morrow
She will tbere
wait for orders.
Tho American bktne. Planter, Capt.
Dow, arrived oil' tho harbor last evening,
where she remained until this morning,
when she camo into port. The Planter
left San Francisco on tho 2nd Inst., making
the passago in about 15 days, having been
becalmed four days off tho islands. She
brought three passengers and a light cargo
of general merchandise.
THIRD OF THE SEASON.
Public Delight Over tho Groat Eng
lish Sopranos Unabated.
Another full houso greoted tho
Misses Albu for their third concert
on Saturday evening. They woro
encored in every numbor and were
presented with many bouquets.
Miss Albu, in answer to a recall in
the first part, sang "Swanoo River"
with fino expression. In tho second
part, on an encore for "Good Bye,"
she sang tho Hawaiian song, "Aloha
Oo," so effectively that nothing
would do but a repetition. Hawai
ian scholors say she caught tho ac
cent porfoetly. Miss Koso Albu, in
response to an oncoro for a sweet
rondoring of "II Bacio," sang "Tho
harp that onco through Tara's
halls," in a way that charmed more
than Irish hearts. Tho duot, "Oh
Rimombrnnzn," was a musical feast
in itsolf. "Yo bauks and uraos,"
specially arranged for them, was
their closing duot. Tho Misses Albu
sang tho plaintive old song in a
manner that throw a perfect spoil
over tho auditors, who hold tho fort
at tho close until (hoy secured a
repetition. Prof. Burger as accom
panist, Mr. L. Barsotti in a piccolo
solo, and Mr. Charles Krouter in a
cornot solo, also tho orchestra in
four numbers contributed skilfully
to tho ovoning's onjoymont.
m 9 m
For rheumatism I havo found
nothing equal to Chamborlain's Pain
Balm. It roliovos tho pain as soon
as applied, J. W. Young. West
Liberty, Yn. Tho prompt relief
it affords is alono worth many times
tho cost, DO cents. Its continued use
will effoct a permanent euro, For
salo by all doalors, Bonson, Smith
& Co., agents for tho Hawaiian
LOCAL AND GENEBAI. NEWS.
Tho T. G. band will ploy at Emma
Squaro this ovouiug.
Tho Toniplo of Fashion will bo
opon nights for this wook.
N. S. Saohs' storo will bo opon to
night and ovory night this wook.
Toys and dolls will bo givon away
to purchasors to-morrow at Sachs .
Six coses of drunkenness wore dis
posed of in tho District Court to
day. Twolvo arrests for cho fa woro
made yesterday at Polauia by tho
Captain Dow of tho barkontino
Flantor has tho thanks of tho Bulle
tin for San Francisco papors.
Mossrs. T. M. Hatch, Chas. Croigh
ton and V. V. Ashford roturnod
from Maui on tho Claudino yester
day. Tho steamer Polo on Saturday
brought tho first lot of sugar from
tho now season's grinding at Maka
woli. Tho Unknowns and Hoalauis play
ed a good gamo of basoball on Satur
day afternoon, tho former winning
A picnic party was givon in Nuu
anu Valloy to-day, to which sovoral
of tho oQicors of tho warships in
port woro invited.
A mail will bo sent for tho Coast
by tho bark S. C. Allon to-morrow,
closing at 2 o'clock. Marked lottors
only will bo forwarded.
Jas. F. Morgan will hold a rattling
salo of toys on Thursday ovouiug.
See notice. Tho articles may bo soon
through tho day of salo.
Stop peddling rumors and go to
Morgan's auction room to-night,
whoro a splendid variety of holiday
goods oro to bo sold at any price.
Chan Jan pleads guilty in tho
District Court to-day to having
opium unlawfully in possession and
was sontenced to pay a fine of S50.
Tho choir of tho Second Congre
gation of St. Andrew's Cathedral
will have a rehoarsal of tho Xmas
music on board H. B. M. S. Cham
pion this evening.
Officer Sam Stone and B. Zablau
arrested a Chinaman on Nuuanu
street yesterday with a tin of opium
in his trousers between his logs. Ho
was charged with opium in posses
sion. A sailor ou board tho barkontino
S. N. Castle received a slight cut on
the hoad this morning by tho fall
ing of a sling-load of lumbor. Ho
was brought to Dr. McKibbin's of
fice on Fort street, where tho cut
was examined and found not seri
ous. Tho wound was drossod and
the sailor wont back to tho vessel.
A Nulivo Fisherman and Hio Canoo
Goes Out of Sight.
Word has been received from
Maui of the sudden and mysterious
disappearance of a native named
Palea off Kahului harbor on tho
morning of Thursday last, tho 14th
iust. Palea, who is a burly sized
man and about six foot in height, had
gone out fishing in a canoe. Ho was
seen by a number of people on shoro
for a whilo but suddenly ho disap
peared. It is believed he has boon
eaten by sharks. Tho canoe is also
missing. Old native rosidonts at
Kahului, Maui, say that about this
time in tho year sharks go about in
at Chambers Motion
Tho time to answer or plead in
John F. Bowler vs. E. C. Macfarlane
and eight others has boon extended
to December 25.
In tho case of Claus Sprockets vs.
George W. Macfarlane, bill to fore
close a lion, A. S. Hartwoll and C.
W. Ashford, solicitors for defendant,
have filed a motion to further post
pono salo of stock.
Judeo "Whitincr has anrjrovod tho
accounts of Goo Kim, administrator
of tho ostato of Chong Fook, and
ordered his discharge on filing re
ceipts. THE CHAMPION TO STAY.
Contradiction of a Report in tho
Captain Rooko of II. B. M. S.
Champion called at tho Bulletin
offico this forenoon in company with
Minister Wodohouso. Tho captain
desired to contradict an itom in tho
Advortisor, giving a report that tho
Champion was going to leave on
Tuesday. Ho said tho ship had ro
coivod no orders to loavo, and would
probably bo horo for some months
yot. "Sho is horo for tho protection
of life and property," said Captain
Tho numerous friends of Mr. and
Mrs. W. B. Rico woro ontortainod at
their homo in Palaraa Saturday
evening, tho occasion boing tho first
anniversary of tho birth of their
youngest child, John N. Rico. Thoso
present onjoyod themselves im
mensely, tho host and hostess boing
assiduous in attouding to tho com
fort of thoir guests. After tho luau
singing and gonoral jollifications
woro indulged in, tho affair termin
ating pleasantly about midnight.
Tho eood wishes of tho iruosts woro
uttorod for tho prosperity and happi
ness of tho youugslor whoso first
aunivorsary thoy camo to colobrato.
Victor L. Ochoa, au Amoricnu of
Homo prommonco aud editor of tho
Hiapuiio-Aniorican at El Paso, Tosas,
lms boon arrested on complaint of
tho Muxicau Govorunioul charged
with aiding tho revolutionists ami
stirrintr up tho Mexicans on tho
Toxas sido of thu Rio Grandu.
LOOKS LIKE WAR.
P. G. Voluntoora Going Into Garri
son at DhToront Points.
Evor siuco tho arrival of tho trim
littlo U. S. rovonuo cuttor Corwin on
Tuesday last with spocial despatches
for Minister Villis, thoro has boon
considorablo guess work as to tho
naturo of tho fresh instructions.
Every move of tho Minister since
and ovon his inaction in certain
diroctions havo caused an intermin
ablo amount of conjocturo.
On Saturday aftornoou last a re
port was current that tho Provi
sional Government was to proclaim
martial law. Tho mon on the differ
ent warships in port woro put under
arms and woro roady to land at 7
o'clock in tho ovouiug, if tho report
turnod out true, Nothing, howovor,
transpired, and tho town slopt in
poaco. Nothing was kuown of what
precautions had boon takon by tho
naval mon until Sunday morning.
Marshal Hitchcock hoard yostor
day morning that so many mon woro
to bo landed this morning from each
of tho warships in port, roprosont
ing tho throo nations, and conso
ouontlv mado inquiries. Ono eon-
tleman whom ho asked said that tho
only men who lauded ho know of
woro tho Champion's mon, who had
just passed ou thoir way to church.
Howovor, tho Marshal redoubled
tho guards at tho Polico Station.
This morning thoso woro strength
ened by members of tho American
Loaguo. Shortly after tho latter
had assembled at tho station a caso
of boans, codfish and othor tinned
stuff arrived in a grocery wagon and
was stored below. No ono, not ovon
a reporter, was allowed insido tho
Polico Station door, and if tho clerk
had any itom of nows it had to bo
shouted out. Tho oxcitomont seoms
to bo concentrated at tho Polico
Station, and armed mon parado at
the doors to tho offices and outside.
Lieutenants of polico Koalakai,
Kaiena and Nahoolowa, with twenty
native officers, resigned their posts
Lieutenant Kcalakai, of tho first
watch, who was among thoso who
resigned their positions on tho force,
was seon by a Bulletin reporter and
asked as to his reasons for leaving.
Koalakai stated that tho only reason
was, ho was not going to fight against
the United States flag. If tho United
States had recognized tho Provi
sional Government as tho do facto
Government of Hawaii, thoy would
support it with arms if necessary.
But as tho United States has avowed
its intention of restoring tho mon
archy, thoy woro going to stand by
the "United States and their Queen.
Thoro was more than usual quiot
about tho Executive building early
this afternoon. No bustling about,
no drilling, no loud talking. Very
littlo business was doing in the
departmental offices. At tho Foreign
Offico it was said by a clerk that
there had been no visit or communi
cation from tho United States Lo
gation all morning.
Presidont Dole and Chief Justice
Judd camo walking slowly down
Merchant street together shortly
before noon. They woro conversing
vory oarnostly, the l'resiuont using
Deputy Marshal Brown was soon
on tho resignation of tho twenty-four
native polico officers. That official
stated that tho mon were asked if
they would fight for tho Provisional
Government if it camo to a climax,
or the mattor camo to a pinch.
Thoy replied no, consequently had
to leavo. "Their places will be filled
with white men," continued Mr.
Brown, "until such a timo as wo
shall bo ablo to procure nativos. I
will havo natives substituted ovout
ually." Tho lauding at Browor's wharf was
crowded all tho forenoon with peo
ple of various nationalities in expect
ation of tho landing of troops from
tho warships in tho harbor. Tho
Oceanic and 1. 1. S. N. Co.'s wharves
also woro besioged by less numerous
assemblages, all eagerly watching
tho movements on tho warships, As
nothing camo out of tho rumors t hat
woro in circulation, tho waterfront
is having a much needed rost this
Tho Quoon visited Minister Willis
at tho Legation on Saturday. It is
reported this afternoon that tho
Minister and Consul-Gouoral Mills
wont to seo tho Qucon at Washing
ton Place this morning.
Business dead ? Not much !
Leastwise it is not so with the
California Feed Company. Wo
havo made a business for our
selves, which has steadily grown
through all tho hard times othor
pooplo are complaining about.
Wo havo just secured from Mr.
J. F. Colburn his old stand, cor
ner Queen and Nuuanu streets,
and taken possession of thoso
largo and convenient promises.
Wo had to do so, because our
old place at Leloo is too small
for our fast-increasing business.
In a fow days tho bark "Mauna
Ala" will bo horo again with her
fourth full cargo of Hay and
Grain, bought by our Mr. J. N.
Wright who will arrive on that
vossol. Wo prefer to select our
merchandise ourselves rather
than havo others do it, which
means that wo gel bettor goods
at a less price.
"Wo thank our many frionds
for thoir liberal patronage for
the past three years, and hopo
by strict attention to a business
wo thoroughly understand to
morit tho patronage of as many
CALIFORNIA FEED CO.
IS Hl'.ltEHY (HVKNTHATl
till (lav lioui'hl out thu one-
half lutereit of my partner Toug Kin, In
tlie linn or Yce Jiup lo., anu J win carry
ou thu uubIiicsp of tnlil il nit as hurutoloro
umlur euiil linn naiiiu at King street, Hono
lulu, KOK I.L'.M alias AH 1,1'M.
Dali'il Honolulu, Dei'. W, ib'M.
Saved My Wife's Life
Johii w, Jonca
" Of my own frco will aud accord, unbiased by
anyono, and wishing only to do good to Uio
afflicted, I wish to toll ot tho good qualities ot
Hood's Sarsaparilla and Hood's Pills. I think
there nro no medicines equal to them, and lm
proved Uiclr merit by cxporlenco In my own
family. My wttc, Rachel, lias boon afiltctod
with weakness, nervousness, and salt rhoum. I
spont nearly nil that I had of Uil J world's goods
for doctor's bills and mcdiclno until wo decided
to try Hood's Sarsaparilla. It undoubtedly
Savod My Wifo From tho Cravo.
Tho salt rheum has entirely healed and sh Is
restored Co good health. I havo many
friends and relatives In tho cast who will be
Blad to know that
lias cured my
.Tnft-v W. -Tnvlcn
HOOD'S PILL8 rstht bolt after dinner rills,
Milit dlgeitlon, cor headache Try a box. Us.
HOBRON, NEWMAN & CO.,
Agents for Hawaiian Islands.
above Storo litis received another
Splendid Invoice of
Per S. S. "Oceanic."
Beautiful Silk and Crape
Cushions, Table Covers,
Bed Covers, Gowns,
Silk and Cotton Kimonos
IN GREAT VARIETY.
Inspection Respectfully Invited.
Hotel Street (Arlington Block)
Mrs. J. P. P. Collaco, Proprietress.
H. HACKFELD & CO.
FOR THE HAWAIIAN ISLANDS
Genuine Budweiser Beer
lliuwud by tho Anheuser-Buseh Brew
ing Association of St. Louis.
AXD OP TUB
Milwaukee Brewing Co.'s
LAItGn SHIPMENTS JUST TO HAND
AND FOK SALE 1JY
H. HACKFELD & CO.
To Close Oat Consignments!
For tho Benefit of tho Kstato of
Commencing on SATURDAY, Decem
ber IHli, I will sell a New Consignment of
Boys' Shirt Waists
The Celebrated "fitur" Brand at
$G.OO per Half Dozen,
Boys' Suits from 83.50 up.
Moil's Suits from S12.00 up.
Mon's Extra Pants from $1.50 up.
Island Orders Promptly Attended to.
I. LEVINGSTON, Manager.
KlGUKlt : and : Sthvhdohk
EST1MATE8 AND CONTUACTS ON
ALI, KINDS OK WOKK.
OrmK: Willi Wtlghtllros., : Kort Hired.
One Store above King Street.
Cheapest House in Town
Bargains! Bargains! I Bargains!!!
SALE OK FROM
AND THi: FOLLOWING
at loss than half the value.
catcd at ISTuuanu
offering the following Goods
in order to reduce his large
SSir Come and see for
yourselves and you will be
Men's Undershirts worth !S5c., now 20e. or 3
Mon's Canton Flannel Drawers, worth Mo.,
Men's btraw Hats, now tt vie; worth $1 now
Men's Straw Hats, new stvlo; worth 85c.
Men'i Blaek Hats, best values at 50c. and
Men's Black Socks, fast color; 20c. or 0
Men's Pants, good value; worth $2 now $1
Men's Coats in various patterns only $2
White Handkerchiefs worth 10c. now 5c. or
0 for 2.5c.
Ladies' Kid Slippers worth $2 a pair now
Men's Pants, good value; worth $1 now $2.
Men's Pants, good value; woith fr now i'S.
Men's Cotton Bocks, 5c. a pair or 0 for 25c.
Men's. Overshirts, full .size; 25c. each.
Silk Handkerchiefs worth 50c. onlv 20c.
Silk Handkerchiefs woith $1 now 6(V.
Men's Calfskin Shoes only $1.75 a pair.
Brown Cotton, good valuu; 10 yds for 50c.
White Cotton, good value; t) yds for 50.
AND OTHER GOODS
Too numerous to mention at
equally Keduced Prices.
An unusual attractive variety of NEW
GOODS to meet the taste and wants of
our Island community. Apart
from a fino btock of
Presentation and Miscellaneous Books and
- 13 THH NEW SEASON'S - '
FOR 1 B94,
That mubt bo aeon to bo appreciated.
Also a lino of
Japanese Paper Crepe Books
Of Jingles and Fairy Talei.
Additional to a bewildering suimly of the
customary good goods for all" good
poople H a stock of
That aro as useful as thoy arc novel and
attractive, and of all kinds aud sizes.
Dolls & Dolls' Sundries
tW Santa Claus' Hkaho.uauters has
always beon noted for its supply of Dolls
and all the etceteras of dolldom, and this
season leads them all.
Nankin Dolls, Hag Dolls, Rubber Dolls,
Ohtua Dolls, Dolls with 1'iuu l'rencti liis
quo Heads, Dolls with socalled Unbreak
able Heads, China Heads.
with Heal Human Hair,
Dolls with Natural Look
ing Hair, some with Tow Hair, Woolly
Hair, and some with No Hair at all.
Stooping Dollo, "W altoful Dolls, Smil
ing Dolls, Drying Dolls,
pf"Yr T D in Full Dress, Half Dress
t 1 i i and Undress and ranging
from about three inches to nearly turcu
feet in size, and from ten cents to several
Lady Dolls, Girl Dolls, Boy Dolls, Baby Dolls
French Dolls, English Dolls,
German Dolls, American Dolls,
Esquimaux Dolls, Indian Dolls,
Mulatto Dolls, Darkey Dolls.
rtT T Heads. Doll
UKJlJu Wigs, Doll's
Iks. Doll's Arnib, JJoirs
Shoes, Doll's Stockings, Doll's Hats, Doll's
I'arasols, Doll's Jewelry, Doll's funs, Doll's
Cradles, Doll's Dedstemls, Doll's Tioiib
seinix. Doll's Carriages. Doll's Tea Bets.
Wash Bets and cots of lots of necessary
things to complete thu happiness of a
doll's mamma's life.
ICqiinl liberal provision is made in all the
Rubber Toys, Woodou Toys,
Tin Toys, Dora Toys,
Iron Toys, PanorToya, Etc.
OUTDOOR GAMES, INDOOR (JAMES
... b o o k: s ...
That iirit it joy to behold,
KM Kveryhudy and all ages provided
for at Sma t'l.At's' Hi: Aim i'.m: n ii .
A LARGE AND UNIQUE ASSORTMENT NOW OPEN' AT
N. S. SACHS'
Lies' Mil Run Black Silk Scarfs !
Hana Fill SI Scarfs and Mies !
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 Ribbons,
SPECIAL BARGAINS IN
Ladies' Embroidered Handkerchiefs !
Come and sue our EMUROIDERED HANDKEKCHICFS at 10o., l'2lic. and
20e. Our 23c. assortment oun't he bent.
BIG BARGAINS IN EMBROIDERED SILK HANDKERCHIEFS.
AN IMMENSE ASSORTMENT OF
Ladies' Embroidered. Flounces in Dress Lengths
AT S3.00, S3.50, $3.75 AND UPWARDS.
Ladles' Cashmero Shawls, Embroidered Scart Shawls and Crepe Shawls
IN ALL COLORS AND QUALITIES.
GREAT BARGAINS IN
Embroidered Cloaks and
5SS- If jou are looking for Holiday Good-bi-foie
making your purchaser cUowlnire.
N. S. SACHS,
M. S. LEVY WILL SELL FROM
Saturday, Bee. 9th, Z Christmas
ITis Entire Stock, at YERY LOW PRICES, to give
tho Public an opportunity to buy their
Presents, for little money.
TOYS and DOLLS
WILL BE SOLD AT COST PRICES.
trouble to show
:mi. s. i
National Cane Shredder
PATENTED UNDER THE LAWS OF THH HAWAIIAN ISLANDS.
IJIIIE UNDERSIGNED HAVE BEEN APPOINTED SOLE AGENTS FOR
- thoso SmiKDDEUH und uro now proiurcd to ruueivo onion?.
Tho great advantages to bo derived from the iibo of the National Cask
Siim:i)i)i:n aro thoroughly established and acknowledged bv Planters
Tho largo number of Planters using them in tho United States, Cub.i,
Argentine Ropublie, Peru, Australia and elsewhere, beat witncssto the
Tho use of tho Siiiu:ii:u very largely nugmontH the quantity of canu
tho mill can grind (25 to 00), ulso the extraction of juice (5 to 11!.).
It is a great safeguard, making known at onco tho prcfcenco of any
pieces of iron, stakes from cars, or anything which would bo liable to dnmago
tho mil), and allowing ninplo timo to romovo same beforn damaging tho mill.
'ilio SnJii:mEU is vory strongly made, and from tho manner of its opera
tion it cuts or tears these pieces of wood or iion without oflon lnoiikintr tln
SiutUDDKit; and if anything breaks, it is simply some of tho knives or cutters,
which can bo quickly and economically replaced. The Shhuddkh, as its
name indicates, tears tho canu into shreds of varying lengths, perfectly open
ing it and allowing tho mill to thoroughly press out tho juices without re
quiring the immonso o.xtra powor necessary to grind or crush tho whole
cano. Tho Sjiui:i)ui:k spreads tho shredded c.uio uniformly and evenly to
tho mill rolls, and docs away with tho necessity of spreading tho bugaboo by
hand between tho mills, whero regrinding is in use. No greater amount o'f
boiler capacity is required to operate tho SiiitEiinnu than that which wab
sullioient for tho mill, for the abovo icasons. We fiirnich full working
drawings for tho installation of our Biuti:i)i)i:us, enabling any competent en
gineer to successfully install and start them.
In ordering SliumniEitH from us, ploiibO send binall t-keteh, Mimying tho
dmmotor and width of tho mill rolls with which Sniti:iiui:it is to lie connected,
aho tho sido (either right or left hand as you face tho delivery sido of the
mill), upon which tho mill enginu is located, alto tho height from floor line
to center of front mill roll shaft, and distance center this tlmft to fmnt end
of bed plato. Thi'eo .Siiiii:iiii:iih are now being used bv tin- llilu Sugar l'n
and Ilnwi Mill, Kohtilu, whoro lliev aru uivimr ureal siiti'tru-tinu.
rnces ami lurtner particulars iiiuy bo hud by applying 1..
Children's Cloaks 1
Bonnots, Muslin Bonuols and Hals I
call ami ci' mil' nunuMiic u 'ortu ctit
your Holiday purchases any-
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