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OAHU RAILWAY AND LAND CO.
FROM AND AFTER JUNE 1. 1803.
To Ewa Mill.
Leavo Honolulu . ,
Leave Pearl City.
. Arrive Ewa Mill. .
Leavo Ewa Mill.,
O. Bundavs executed.
D. Saturdays excepted.
h gn-Ujj Uim.
WEDNESDAY, DEO. 20, 1893.
Tuesday, Deo. 10.
Btmr Kaala from Waianac, Walalua nud
Wi;iNnsiAV, Dee. 20.
Strur James Makco fiom Kaunl
Stmr Lchua from Olowalu and l.ahalua
Tolsuay, Dec. 10.
Bohr Ka Mol for Hamakua
Wednesday, Dec. 20.
Stmr Kaala for Malaca
Cargoes from Island Ports.
Stmr W G Hall 0300 hags sugar. 315 bags
. coffee, 101 bags nwn, IB bdls bides, 23
head cattle, 3 horses, 1 donkey, (13 bogs
and 125 pkgs sundilcj.
Strnr James Makco 2117 bags sugar.
LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS.
Diamond Ilond, 3 p. m. Woalhor
cloar, wind light northonst.
Boals from H. B. M. S. Cbnmpion
had drill in tho harbor this mom
1HR' Notico is given by tho loading
grocory sloros of closing ovor Christ
mas. Tho P. G. baud will givo a moon
light concort at Thomas Squaro this
ThoS. S. Alameda is advortisod
to arrive from San Francisco to
morrow. A special mooting of Quoon's
Hospital trustoos is called for Thurs
day at iu:au a. m.
Police Officers Holi and Kauae
have beon promoted to tho lioutou-
ancy in tno urst ana miru waicuus
In sonding your usual Christinas
chcor do not forget Charlio Potor
son, tho faithful vigilant lookout at
Mr. A. M. Howett will call on tho
merchants of Honolulu for tho usual
Christmas present for Charlio Peter
son of Diamond Head.
AWAITING THE ANSWER.
From Kauai, per stmr .las Makcc, Dee 20
Mr Wil)y F Oat and G K Wilder.
From Hawhii and Muni, per stmr V O
Hall, Deo I0--Volcaiio: OAMcDpnald, E
Schmidt nnd 'A O White. Way ports: H
Center, Judco A O .M Robertson, V A
Kinney, A Wilder, Mrs W Widdilield, K
Nugent, K Kaiser, W lierlowitz, V Wbite.
Marv Kclii, Lattio Kelii, Leo Tai, Apau, T
U Walker and 05 deck.
For Kauai, per stmr Iwalani, Dee 19 E
W Holdsworth. Christian O Conradt, Mrs
W E H Deverill and about 15 deck.
For Mani, per stmr Claudino, Dec 10 V
V Ashford, F Alexander. O Fardon, S P
Woods, G F Ford, Mrs Paul Neumann and
For Kauai, per stmr Mikabala, Dee 19
G 31 Faircliild, S N Hundley, Miss Cum
mins. Miss Hundley, Mrs McQuinn, Miss
Bornpko, J B Alexander, Miss Christian, J
H Cumraings and wife, J E Miller and wife,
A Cockburn. A Lindsay, Mrs Akina and
about 23 deck.
The roof on the shed at the P. M. S. S.
wharf is being repaired.
The barkentino Geo. C. Perkins is under
going repairs at tho Fishmarket wharf.
Tho barkentino 8. G. Wilder was hauled
on tho Marine Railway yesterday after
noon. The steamer James Makeo may not leavo
for Kuuai until after the arrival of the mail
Tho departure of tho British bark Duke
of Argyll was postponed yesterday on ac
count of southe:ly wind.
The steamer Lehaa brought 1800 bags of
sugar from Olowalu this morning. The
sugar was transferred to the Alden Besse.
About 2100 bags of supar brought by the
steamer W. G. Hall wont on boerd the
Alden Besse this morning, and 3250 on the
The steamer Pelo towed tho barkentino
Wrestler to sea yesterday, whilo tho tug
Eleu to ed tho bark S. C. Allen. The two
vessels left port about the samo time.
The barkentino Amelia is still waiting
for cargo at Allen & Robinson's wharf.
Capt. Ward said that his vessel may not bo
ready for sea for tho noxt two or three
Tho ship Woolton, Nowcastlo to Val
paraiso, eoal laden, and the ship Blair
.axuoic, irom java ior Vancouver (u. u.j,
Mrs. Neumann loft on tho steamer
Claudino yostorday afternoon for
Maui, where Mr. Paul Neumann is
reported to bo in ill health.
There is no need to bo perploxod
about holiday gifts for young and
old, with tho notice of the Golden
Eulo Bazaar before your eyes.
District Magistrate Robertson re
turned from Maui on the stoamor
W. G. Hall yestorday, and resumed
his duties on tho bench this morn
ing. Pricos of oranges at tho I. I. S.
N. Co.'s wharf this morning .vary
from 51.10 to $2 a hundred. The
oranges are from Kona by tho W. G.
The places made vacant by the
resignation of native police officers
are being filled rapidly. At present
thirty-two other native officers have
A small geography belonging to
Merudes Altau was found on Mer
chant street this afternoon. Tho
owner can have samo by application
at the Bulletin office.
HIRAM At Kulaokahua Plains, this city,
December 20, 1893, Samuel Iv. Hiram,
aged over DO years.
KAWEWEHI At Loleo, this city, De
cember 19, 1B9, of fever. Emma K. Ka
wewehi, aged 20 years and 11 months.
Opium is reported to bo plentiful
in town, the price of a tin being
quoted at 16. Over twenty for
eigners, it is reported, are among
the smugglers and sellers of the
A Chinaman named Koupr Sai
pleaded guilty to the unlawful pos
session of opium in the District
Court to-day and sentence was
suspended until to-morrow. With
tho exception of a fine of S2 imposed
on Kulaoka for drunkenness, noth
ing else was done.
A big crowd watched tho opera
tions of replacing the rudder at the
stern of the Miowera all day, a por
tion of whom found the dock of tho
barkentine Geo. C. Perkins a very
convenient and comfortable place to
watch from. As the rudder is now
in position, in a few days the steam
ship may be expected to take her
Tho Bishop Musoum at tho Ka
mehameha Schools was opon to
visitors yestorday. A largo number
of people availed themselves of the
opportunity of viewing ancient relics.
Prof. Brigham, who lately returned
from Australia, has added a col
lection of Fijian, New Hobridean,
Samoan and Australian curios to tho
Miss Emma K. Kawewehi died at
Leloo at 11 o'clock yestorday morn
ing, the result of fever contracted
about two weeks ago. The deceasod
was a sister of Mrs. Julia Starr Kapu,
and was 20 years and 11 months old
at tho time of her demise. Tho funeral
took placo this afternoon at 2:30
o'clock, the place of intormont being
Sundry Matters Pending hi tho Cir
F. M. Hatch for plaintiff files a
motion to confirm report of commis
sioners making partition, in tho Ha
waiian Commercial & Sugar Co. vs.
the Waikapu Sugar Co,
In T. W. Rawlins vs. Honolulu
Soap Works Co., tho defendant, by
Hartwoll and Hatch, moves for leavo
to outer judgment for tho defendant
on tho record anu decision rnauo in
A petition is filed for probate of
tho will of tho lato Emily E. Berry,
whicli leaves all the property, valued
at S250, to Mrs. Alice Mackintosh
and J. W. Podmoro, after paying all
debts, and appoints tho devisees as
oxocutrix nnd executor.
Judgo Whiting is sitting ou tho
Akahi will caso again to-day. This
is tho claim previously noted for a
portion of tho Bishop Estate, on tho
ground that a certain will probated
long ago was not gonuino.
Appeals aro beginning to tumblo
into tho Clerk's offico for tho Febru
ary jury term.
The Supremo Court has adjourn
od till Tuesday noxt, Justico Bicker
ton not being well onough to attend.
An Ajod Hawaiian Gono.
Samuel K. Hiram expired at tho
rosidonco of his daughter, Miss Ilat
tio Hiram, on tho Phiiiis at 10:30 last
evening. Tho cause of death was
old age, tho deceasod boiug ovor 1)0
years of ago at tho time of demibo,
Ho was a native of Ilonauuaii, South
Komi, and loft a family of throe-sons
and 0110 daughter to niotirn his loss.
Onoofthosons,SoloinouK, Hiram, is
the well-known vocalist of the Ha
waiian National Baud. Tho intor
mont took placo at Nuuauu Conio
tory at 3:30 this aftoruoon.
Committed for Embezzlement.
A man named J. W. Radway was
brought from Kauai this morning
on tho steamer Jamos Makee, in
charge of Deputy Attorney-General
G. K. Wilder. He waived examina
tion to a charge of embezzlement of
ovor $3000 from tho Post Offico at
Lihue, and has been committed for
trial. Radway is now confined in
Business dead ? Not much !
Leastwise it is not so with tho
California Feed Company. We
have made a business for our
selves, which has steadily grown
through all tho hard times other
people aro complaining about.
Wo have just secured from Mr.
J. F. Colburn his old stand, cor
ner Queen and Nuuanu streots,
and takon 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 tho bark "Mauna
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 wo got bettor goods
at a less price.
Wo thank our many friends
for thoir. liberal patronago for
tho past thrco years, and hope
by strict attention to a businoss
wo thoroughly understand to
merit tho patronago of us many
CALIFORNIA FEED CO
The Daily Balk tin it delivtred by
carrierior 60 otnlt per month.
Everything was quiot about tho
Polico Station this forenoon, there
boing no signs of tho armed mounted
patrol and specials from tho Ameri
can Loaguo, as thoy call thomsolvos.
Tho only oxcoption with any warliko
appoaranco was tho dotachmout of
nativo polico officers from tho differ
ent watches who havo boon dotailod
to koop watch night and day in tho
roar of the Doputy Marshal's office.
No arrests woro mado by tho polico
Tho town was in porfoct quiotuoss,
ovoryono moving about nstiossiy,
The only quory gonorally propound
ed was, "Whou will tho P. G. givo
tho answor to Minstor Willis's re
quest1?" A3 no 0110 could givo any
light on it, tho quostion wont un
answered. Everything is as quiot and almost
as still as a pleasant dream about
tho Exocutivo building to-day. Tho
watchman is not to bo soon on tho
main towor, and tho only soldiers in
sight aro thoso doing sontry duty.
Vnrv few tjdodIo woro doiuEr busi-
noss with tho departments, and tho
chirp of a cricket in tho hallways
would havo beon a disturbance.
Major Potter, secretary of tho
Foroign offico, said no answor had
j'ot boon given by tho Government
to tho rouuost of United States Min
ister Willis for tho relinquishment
of power to tho Queen. It would
probably tako a day or two to pro
paro tho roply to tho Minister's re
quisition. It is tho couoral belief that tho
Councils yostorday decided to re
turn a formal refusal to tho Minis
tor's domand for surrouder.
Minister Willis is reported to havo
askod tho Provisional Govornmont
to givo up thoir control of affairs
peaceably. It is not known whether
tho Minister stated any timo limit
for tho P. G.'s answor. Tho sup
position is that ho has not, but will
allow a reasonable timo to elapso
beforo taking tho noxt step. Wheth
er that stop will bo to land troops
in force, or to send a flag lieutenant
to domand tho ovacuation of tho
public buildings, or somo other
mode of showing authority, is all
matter of conjecture.
Nobody is found who bolieves that
the if. ii. forces will mako any re
sistance of arms to a military demon
stration, groat or small, of tho United
States. What tho Government is
evidently playing for is to compel
..Minister Willis to commit tno
United States Govornmont to some
thing that can bo construed into
warlike action. Then they would
rotire with a protest addressed to
tho Prosidont and Congress of tho
A rumor is currout this afternoon
that Wilder's steamer Claudino is
again to bo chartorod for a P. G.
mission to San Francisco. This time
it would bo to carry tho protost al
ready surmised to bo in contempla
tion. Mr. Wawn, tho gentleman in
charge of tho steamship Miowora,
said this afternoon that ho is roady
to undertake tho mission, guaran
teeing to boat tho U. S. S. Corvvin by
Many American and British naval
officers wore ashoro in uniform last
night. Somo of thorn, on boing ask
od if thoy were ou duty, said thoy
woro waiting for instructions.
A rodcoat British marine was doing
duty as an ordorly at the British
Consulato all forenoon. Major
Wodehouso, II. B. M.'s Minister, and
Capt. Rooko of tho Champion were
at tho Consulato part of the morn
ing. it was noticed to-day that tho
orderlies who eamo ashoro from tho
U. S. warships woro cartridgo belts
instead or tho usual white bolt. One
was asked as to why tho chaugo in
belts. Ho answored, "Woll, you seo,
wo aro ready to land at a momout's
notico." Everything is in readinos3
aboard, awaiting the Miuistor's
Vico-Cousul-Genoral Boyd was
asked this afternoon if tho Amorieau
Consulato had received any dofinito
news as to whon tho rovonuo cutter
Corwin was to leavo for tho Coast.
His roply was: "Wo know absolutely
nothing. If "you want to know any
thing as to hor leaving, you will
havo to boo Ministor Willis."
Polico Spy McNabb and sovoral
others havo beon noticed prowling
around tho city front to-day in old
clothes eagerly watching no ono
Marshal Hitchor.ck arrived in ono
of Jim Carty's hacks at noon at tho
Polico Station with two Winchester
rifles. About half an hour later tho
captain on watch was dotailod to
station a policoman in tho roar of
tho Marshal's office to koop thoso
who woro thoro quiot, as the Mar
shal was asloop.
Even When Called Incurable
Torrlbto 8olgo Sclntlc Rheumatism
Mr. Srtliur Slnion
Of Galatea, Ohio.
"Thoy said I was incnrnble, tho docton
did, but tho result lias proven that Hood's Bar
iupa Ilia was nblo 10 cure. I had Solatia
ltlienmatlMn and was confined to my bod six
months. Thrco physicians did not holp mo and
I Was Clvon Up to Dlo .
When I was In this terriblo condition, unable
10 more linnd or foot, I began to tako Hood'!
Barsaparilla. The first bottlo had a llttlo. ef
fect, nnd whllo taking tho soconu, I gained so
rapidly that 1 could sit tip In my chair. My sys
tem had liccn so run down by other modkine,
tmtlttookmoqultoawlillo to recuperate, lly
tlio lime I had taken lour bottles ol Hood's Bar
saparilla, 1 could wnlk nronnd, and now, as I
have taken six bottles, I nm enrrd and can
do a good day's work, I do not (eel I can pralso
enough." AnTtrcn Simon, Galatea, ouio.
W.F.Reynolds, : Prop.
A LARGE AND VN1QCE ASSORTMENT NOW OPEN AT
N. S. SACHS'
HOOD'8 PlLLB &ro th0 bolt ader-dlnntr
Ililj,MiUllgoUon,cura headache. Try a box.
HODRON, NEWMAN & CO.,
Agents for Hawaiian Islands.
above Store his received another
Splendid Invoice of
apauosc Silk & Fancy Goods
Per S. S. "Oceanic."'
Beautiful Silk and Crape
Cushions, Table Covers,
Bed Covers, Uovii,
Silk and Cotton Kimonos
IN OllEiT VAllIia'V.
D. Inspection Respectfully Invited.
Hotel Street (Arlington Block)
Mrs. J. P. P. Collaco, Proprietress.
IS THE 1JOSS PRESENT.
DOLLS & TOYS
AT HrECIALLY LOW I'MCC,
DOLLS Nicely Dressed 35c. mid &X
DOLLS Better Dressed $1.
DOLLS Richly Dressed $1.73 to $7.00.
Fine English Dressed Dolls
With evervthitiK to tako oll'$0 nnd
Doll Heads and Bodies
TEA SETS, VASES, ETC.
A nmUTIFUL DIHPLAV OF
Purses, Card Cases,
Our Children's Books
All- I'lvecptiunullv 1 ini'.
Kft- He-id our Catalogue and iu will
iiiroly liud methins you want.
IRON PASSENGER TRAINS,
IRON FREIGHT TRAINS,
ETC., ETC., i:rr., ETC
Ladies' Hoi Ri Black: Silt Scarfs !
Hal FiiM Wilms, Heat Rests, Etc.
AT EXCEPTIONALLY LOW PRICES.
New Faiicy 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 1
Real Lace Handkerchiefs, Chiffon Bows, New Sash Ribbons,
SPECIAL BARGAINS IN
Ladies' Embroidered Handkerchiefs !
Come and see our EMBROIDERED HANDKERCHIEFS at 10c., 12Ho. and
20e. Our 'Joe. assortment can't bo heat.
BIG BARGAINS IN EMBROIDERED SILK HANDKERCHIEFS.
AN IMMCXSn ASSORTMENT OI
Embroidered Flounces in Dress Lengths
AT 53.00, S3.50, S3.75 AND UPWARDS.
Ladies' Cashmere Shawls, Embroidered Scarf Shawls and Crepo Shawls
Df ALL COLORS AND QUALITIES.
GREAT BARGAINS IN
Emtit'idtlored Cloaks and
Children's Cloaks 1
Bonnots, Muslin Bonnets and lint) I
ISh- If you sue looking for Holiday (luods cull and oe our iiiunon-o asfonuint
before making your imrehases eNewheie.
N. S. SACHS,
TO THE PUBLIC
uttraelivu variety of NEW
To Lot or Xioaso.
TWO NICELY FUR
nished Rooms for
UontlemonntNo. 4 Garden
TVTEW HOUSE OF
Xri KooniB, on
Street, with Bathroom, Pat
ent V. C. etc. Commands
ono of tho finest views In Honolulu. Ap
ply to (477-tf) J. M. VIVAS.
THE FOUR ROOMS ON
tho ground iloor of
tho Masonic Temple; thoso
Rooms aro suitablo for
Stores or Oilices. For particulars apply to
W. F. ALLEN,
Chairman of Trastcos over llishop &
bO 1-1 in
SPECIAL MEETING OF THE
Hoard of Trustees of the Queen's
Hospital will bo held at tho Room ol tlio
Chamber of Commorco on THURSDAY,
the 21st day of December, at 10:30 o'clock
a. u. l'er Order.
V. A. SCHAEFEH,
Honolnlu. Dec. 20, lbi. UU-lt
we the undersigned 1jeg to
inform their friends that their Stores
will bo closed from SATURDAY NIGHT,
thoL'Jd, to TUESDAY MORNING, theSUth
HENRY MAY A. CO.,
II. I'.. McINTYRE A 11RO.,
HENRY DAVIS it CO.,
LEWIS it CO.,
011-lt C. HUSTAOE.
REAL, ESTATE FOB, SALE.
17 VALUABLE PIECES OF
I improved Property, located
in dill-rent Parts of tho City of
Honolulu; nil bargains. Apply
for full particulars to
BRUCE & A. J. CA.RTWRIGHT.
A PARTY DESIRES TO
I5uy or to Charter a
Small Steamer or Schooner.
For particulars, call at the
Olllco of this paper.
GOODS to moot the taste and wants of
our Island couimunitv. Apait
fiom a fine stock of
Presentation and Miscellaneous Cooks and
- IS THE NEW SEASON'S-
That must be teon to be appreciated.
Also u line of
Japanese Paper Crepo Books
Of Jinnies and Fairy Talcs.
Additional to it Ijuvviiderlng supply of the
customary good goods for nil good
people is a stock of
That are as useful as they aro novel and
attractive, and or all kinds and sues.
Dolls & Dolls' Sundries
CSNTA ClAUs' llUADtiUAUTEl'.S has
always been noted for its supply of Dolls
and all the etceteras of dolldom, and this
season leads them all.
Nankin Doll-, Rag DolK Rubber Dolls.
China Dolls, Doll-, with Fine French Ris
que Heads, Dolls with socallud Unbieak
ablo Heads, China Heads.
with Real Iluiirm Hair,
Dolls with Nat11r.1l look
ing Hair, some with Tow Hair, Woolly
Hair, and some with No Hnir at all.
Stooping Dolls, "W akeful Dolls, Smil
ing Dolls, Crying Dolls.
TifYr T O in Full Dress, Half Dress
JLfJJLiJ-jij and Undress and ranging
from about threo inches to nearly three
M. S. LEVY WILL SELL FROM
Saturday, Bee. 9tli, lZ Cliristmas
His Entire Stock, at VERY LOW PRICES, to giv-
the Public an opportunity to buy their
Presents, for little money.
TOYS and DOLLS
WILL BE SOLD AT COST
IS13 Before you
where else, give me a
trouble to show goods.
make your Holiday purchases any-
call and examine my prices. Xo
7 5 FOR7I, STREET
rpHE SCHOONER 'NORMA,'
X 63 Tons Rcgistor, substan
tially built of Oak and Cedar;
Conner and Conner Fastened.
For prlco and particulars apply
7J-tf THEO. II. DA VIES t CO
PATENTED UNDER THE LAWS OF THE HAWAIIAN ISLANDS.
W-;i- ! ''VI K. X
ffffijjiffi?ylf j'"i', - ""j A
DB. HENBY W. HOWABD
Circuit Court, First Circuit of tho Ha
waiian Islands. In Prohato.
IN THE MATTER OF THE ICSTATE
of I. UK HANG, lato of Honolulu, de
On reading and filing tho petition of H.
Ahmi, of Kaliului, JMaui, alleging Unit
Lul; Wiug, of Honolulu, died intestate at
Choy Hang, China, on tlio bth day of .Inly,
A. D. 1BH7, and praying that Letters of Ad
ministration issue to S. Ahmi.
It is ordered that M'NDAY, tho Kith
day of January, A, I), IS0I, bo and hereby
is appointed tor hearing mid petition in
the Court Room of this Court, at Hono
lulu, a' which lime and place all persoiiN
uoucorned may uppcar and bhow tauto, if
any thuy havo, why said petition bhould
not bu granted.
Dated Honolulu, 11. I,, Dec. 13, Ib'.U.
lly tho Coutt:
01IAB. F. PETERSON,
i t05-0t w.va Cleric.
AS REMOVED H18 OFFICE AND
Residence to Cottago No. 00 Ha
waiian Hotel, entruuca on Iturutauia
street. Hours: 10 to U! a m ; 0:K0 to 7:30
I', m. Mutual Telephone ISO. HOO-Uw
POCKET MEMO BOOKS.
DUPLICATE 1NSIDES FOR UBK IN
Covers of Union Feed Co.'s Pocket
Memo Rooks, can bo had ou application at
tho Company's Olllco, Ouuon btreet.
hOl-lm UNION FEED CO., (L'n).
CEYLON JEWELBY AND LAOES.
rpHE UN'DKltKKJNED REGS TO IN
X. form the nubile that hu Iiiih opened a
storu ut No. M Nuuanu street, Incur L.
Ahlo'sJ fur (lie sain of Coylon Miinufui
tured Jewelry and lland-niiidu Lace. In
spection respectfully Invited.
1 ' 'W. J. KADRIH,
Manufacturing Jeweler, -l&H Nuuanu t.
feet In sire, and from ten cents to koveral
Lady Dolls, Girl Dolls, Boy Dolls, Baby Dolls
French Dolls, English Dolls,
Gorman Dolls, American Dolls,
KHiiuimaux Dolls, Indian Dolls,
Mulatto Dolls, Darkey Dolls.
Tl"Vr T Heads, Doll Rodies, Doll
XJKJLjLj Wigs, Doll's Arms, Doll's
Shoes, Doll's Stockings, Doll's Huts, Doll's
Parasols, Doll's Jewelry, Doll's Funs, Doll's
Cradles, Doll's Redsteads, Doll's Trous
seaux, Doll's Carriages, Doll's Tea Sets,
Wash Sets nnd sets of lots of necessary
tilings to completo the happiness of a
noil's mamma's inc.
Eipial liberal provision is mudo in all the
Rubber Toys, Wooden Toys,
Tin Toys, Horn Toys,
Iron Toys, Paper Toys, Etc.
OUTDOOR UAMEs, INDOOR GAMES
That are a Joy to behold,
OP- Everybody and all ugr. provided
for Ut HSTA Cl.AlV HCUiql'MITIIIS.
THE UNDERSIGNED HAVE BEEN APPOINTED SOLE AGENTS FOR
tlie.-c Bimkui:uh and are now prepared to receive orders.
Tlio great auviintugcs to bo derived from the tibo of the National Cank
Siii:ciii)i:k are thoroughly established nnd acknowledged by Planter
The largo mimbor of Planters using tlioni in the United States, Cub.i,
Argentine Kopulilie, Peru, Australia and elsewhero, bear witness to the
Tlio use of tlio SiiKKDnnu very largely augments the (puntity of cane
tlio mill can grind (25 to 50,), also the extraction of juice (5 to 12).
II is a great safeguard, making known at once tlio presence of any
piece of iron, stakes from curs, or anything which would bo liable to dumnge
the mill, and allowing ample time to remove same beforo damaging the mill.
Tlio Smti:i)i)Kit is very strongly made, and from the manner of its opera
tion it cuts or tears these pieces of wood or iron without ofton breaking the
Siiiii:i)i)i:u; and if anything breaks, it is simply bomoof the knives or cutters,
which can bo quickly and economically replaced, The SintKDDKit, as it
name indicates, tears the cane into shreds of varying lengths, perfectly open
ing it and allowing the mill to thoroughly press out tlio juices without re
quiring the immenso oxtni power necessary to grind or cnuh the whole
cane. Tho Hiiukdduh spreads the shredded 011110 uniformly and evenly to
the mill rolls, and does uway with the necessity of spreading tho lugusso by
band between tho mills, whcio regrinding is in use. No greater amount of
boiler capacity is required to oporato tlio Siuu:i:r.it than that which was
suulciont for the null, for tho above reasons. Wo furnish full working
drawings for Hid installation of our Siiiikiidkus, enabling any competent em
gmeer to succcbulully install ami btuit (hem.
In ordering KiiuuiJiiKiis from us, please send binall sketch, showing the
diameter and width of tho mill rolls with which RuiiKiumu i in be connected,
aUo the side (cither right or left hand as you face (lie delivery bide of the
mill), upon winch the mill engine is located, ulto tlio height from Iloor hue
to center of fioul mill roll shaft, and distance center this thuft to front end
of bed plum. These KiiitKDimits am now being iiscu by tin llllo .Sug.ir Co.
and Hawi Mill, Kuhala, whore they aro giving great siUiff.ictinii.
SJfT Prices uiul further particulate may bo had by applying to
WM, G. IRWIN &z CO., LU,
fc Ayenti fvr (he Vuiiii(i'im2Mi'il.