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TALK IN CONGRESS.
Republicans Attack on tlie
President and His Ha
" . waiian Policy,
inconcoivnblo what motive tho Soun
tor could havo, ami Mr. Bayard at
tributed it to his lack of something
to talk about.
Items of Interest on tho Situation From
United States Papers.
BROUOnT UP BY RESOLUTION. .
Sonator Hoar on Doc. 6 moved a
resolution that tho President send
immediately to tho Senate tho infor
mation in his possession regarding
Hawaii. After dobato tho resolution
passed without dissent.
Hitt in tho House introduced two
resolutions, ono calling for papers,,
the other condemning tho restora
tion of tho monarchy in Hawaii "as
contrary to tho policy and traditions
of tho republic and the spirit of tho
Senator Hoar introduced a reso
lution on Dec. 11, calling upon tho
Prosidont for specific answers to
questions, which, if literally com
plied with, would lay boforo tho
Senate and country thp history of
tho notions of tho present Adminis
tration on tho Hawaiian matter.
It is asked if any porson whoso
iiatno had not been submitted to the
Senate ha3 beeu appointed, since
March 4, 1893, to represent tho
United States in tho Hawaiian Isl
ands; if so, what person, and has ho
been accredited to tho Provisional
Q-ovornmont. Has he been pre
sented to tho head of such Govern
ment? What authority had been
Riven him touching tho rolations of
tho U. S. Government to tho then
existing Government of tho Hawai
ian islands? Had no discretion or
power to determine when tho naval
forces of the United States should
bo lauded or withdrawn? Was such
person authorized to correspond
with any privato porson in regard
to affairs of tho Government of tho
Hawaiian Islands? Whether any
newspaper has beon authorized to
take testimony in tho Hawaiian Isl
ands of privato persons in tho same
regard? If such appointments and
authorizations wore mado while
Congress was in. sossiou? Had any
porson taken tho offico of commis
sioner or public minister with tho
powers statod? Tho foregoing is tho
substance of tho questions.
Senator Hoar cited statutes to
show that tho President had violated
tho law of tho land in the commis
sioning of Mr. Blount. Ho charged
that Groat Britain had boon taken
- into a confidouco which tho Admin
istration, tho Sonato and tho Ameri
can pooplo had not shared. This
charge was based on a cablegram
attributing to Embassador Bayard a
statomont that there could bo no
reversal of a policy based simply on
justicoandmagnanimity,and that no
advantage would bo taken of tho
weakness of tho Hawaiian Islands.
Senator Gray in reply ,said Hoar
bad scolded through tho previous
Administration of Cleveland and had
scolded Cleveland into the White
House again. Gray said ho believed
the policy of Clovoland was not only
that oi justice ana magnanimity,
but ono of non-intorforonco.
In the dobato on the 13th Sonator
Fryo attackod Blount's report, say
ing it did not contain a single un
varnished lino of truth. Ho said ho
had reliablo information that tho
purpoEO of tho Administration was
to chargo that Stovons was a party
to the corruption employed to
break down tho Queen's govorumout
and establish tho revolutionary gov
ernment. Senator Vest disclaimed being an
advocato or spoeial defender of tho
Administration, but ho said he
spoko as an-vAmorican Senator and
an American citizeu. Ho referred
to Stevens as ono who bolioved that
tho "earth belongs to tho saints and
wo aro tho saints." (Laughtor.) Stev
ens and tho Amoricnus in Hawaii
had Christianized tho natives, and
under the name of God had taken
possession of the laud and divided
it among themsolvos. Vest warmly
defended iilount, saying tliat a
Eurer man publicly and privately
ad never appeared in tho arona of
Amoricau politics. Tho crime com
mitted by tho President and for
which his impoachmont is threaten
ed was that ho did not favor tho an
nexation of tho islands. If that was
a crinio Vest confessed himself a
criminal, and so wore tho majority
of tho Amoricau people. Vest at
tacked annexation as opposed to tho
traditional policy of Washington,
Joil'erson, Jackson, Buchauan and
now Cleveland. Ho is further ro
portod to havo oxpressod tho opin
ion that tho armed forces of tho
United States could not bo used to re
store tho Quooii without tho consent
of Congress, and that if tho instruc
tions to Miuistor Willis authorized
such action nono would deprecate
it and none rosist tho doutrino to
any oxliomity more thau himsolf.
MlNISTXIt THUft&TOX TALKS.
Minister Thurston is roported in
tho Chronicle as follows: 1 am as
sured that tho puoplo of tho islands
aro firmer thau ever in (heir course.
J. C. Jouus tolls mo tho spirit of
lovaltv lias taken possession in a ro-
inarknblo dogiuo of tho women, and
that they all staml together solidly
for tho tlefonso of tho existing Gov
ernment. Will tho puoplo light, as
Mr. .lonos lias statod thoy will, if it
becomes necessary to ilofond tho
Uovorumuiilf Yiw, thoy will light."
L'MIIASSADOH l)AVAHn MAKES IICN1AL.
Embassador Bayard treats Soua-
tor lloar'fl chargo of divulging sccrot
Hawaiian jiowh in a humorous way
and wllli contempt. It was entirely
WAITINO ON THE NEWS.
noun NEWS FI10M ABROAD.
Thoro aro somo iutorosting itoms
in tho Honolulu correspondence in
tho San Francisco Chronicle of tho
It is nssortod that with 700 or 800
men in tho Govornmout buildings,
tho P. G. could staud a siogo of ono
month. With tho ossistanco of tho
Annexation Club, tho Citizens' Ro
sorvo and tho Amorican Loaguo,
backed by a formidablo battory of
gatlings, maxims and Austrian hold
piocos, it is claimod that an aggros
sivo movomont could bo mado which
would cloar Honolulu of tho aggro
gato forcos of all tho warships in1
port should a landing bo mado.
"In caso it is tho intontion to carry
out tho instructions for tho restora
tion of tho monarchy, Minister Willis
has promised to give tho Provisional
Govornmout thirty-six hours' notico
boforo acting. 'In caso such notico
comes,' said a promiuont man to-day,
'and should Clovoland attempt to
carry out his policy against Ameri
cans in Hawaii, 500 men will bo at
onco put to work, and boforo tho
time oxpires tho Exocutivo building
will bo surrounded on all four sides
with rifle pits 150 foot from tho
building, which will dofy attack and
bo absolutely safe from tho guns of
"Careful inquiry has put tho Asso
ciated Press in possession of tho fact
that in caso of defeat the revenues
of the Government havo already
boon socroted and tho Government
will bo reorganized at other head
quarters, defying Clovoland and tho
restored monarchy until tho resident
Americans aro swept by a superior
forco from thoir homos in Hawaii.
"It is learned upon tho bost au
thority, coming directly from royal
ist sourcos, that the British Minis
ter Besidont Wodehouso has lately
statod to different persons in Hono
lulu that thoro was an understand
ing between President Clevoland
and the English Govornmout to the
effect that the monarchy should bo
restored. In privato political cir
cles hero on tho annexationist Bide
tho opinion has beon freely expressed
that tho presence of tho British
cruiser Champion here at tho pre
sent time is owing to tho fear of the
Jiinglish Foreign (Juice that Presi
dent Cleveland would not bo ablo to
carry out his policy. The theory
reached tho Executive and a special
session of tho Advisory Council was
hold, in which Mr. Brown introduced
the following resolution, which was
unanimously rocommondod by tho
Council to tho Executive:
"Resolved, That tho Executive
Council inquire of the Amorican
Minister whether his instructions
wore covered by and in harmony
with tho letter of Secretary Gros
ham to President Clevoland. If so,
whethor ho was instructed to use
"Resolved, That should the ans
wer bo in the affirmative, these
Councils recommend that Mr. Willis
bo immediately given his passport
and tho ox-Queen be mado a prisoner
"The foar of tho Councils sooms
to bo that tho British will offer pro
tection to tho ex-Queen in caso
Clovoland fails to restore her. This
is tho chief reason that tho notico
stated has boon given foreign offi
cials not to land troops without
permission of the Provisional Gov
ornmout. "Tho fact has beeu commontod
upon hero strongly that ono or two
letters were received from Mrs.
Blount by friends here asking thorn
not to judge Mr. Blount and his
adverse report too severely, as ho
was in no way to blamo for his
Tho correspondent remarks that
while tho Government's finances
havo not suffered, "a groat financial
depression has resulted since tho
news arrived of President Clove
land's unfriendly attitude Both
sugar and commercial stocks havo
dropped in value and business is
generally stagnated. Investments
havo ceased and thoro is no money
to lend on any security. Capital is
being withdrawn from tho banks
and both local and foreign com
merce will remain crippled so long
as tlie present crisis and political
It is stated that the libel suits of
O. B. Wjlson against tho editor of
tho Star.- havo gono over to tho
February term at the request of the
Government. Tho roquost was based
on tho declaration of tho Quoen
that she would refuse to attend court
when called for tho defense.
This would compel tho Government
to put tho Queen in jail, which
might place her boforo tho world in
tho light of a martyr!
a word FOB TIIURSTON.
Tho unhappinoss caused to Mr.
Thurston and his organs by tho fail
ure of tho Administration to dis
miss him, or "send him his pass
ports," or remonstrate with him, or
in any way treat him as a naughty
envoy, or "persona non grata," bo
causo ho has talked freely in tho
newspapers, is very amusing. Tho
fact is that ho has dono tho right
thing in carrying his complaints to
tho nowspapors. This is the place
for them. Such stuff as ho furnished
them for publication would bo very
odd in a diplomatic papor. Jnoro
ovor, his charaotor as an onvoy ex
traordinary is not worth tho consi
deration of a serious man in tho
Stato Department. Tho ambassa
dor of a "froo pooplo," who mustorod
only 600 strong, is not troatod with
much respect in any court, and of
courso ought to rocoivo less from us,
who think so much of numbers, than
from any other power. Ho, how
ovor, has compensation in freedom
of spoech. A man in Mr. Thurston's
position cannot commit any "indis
cretion." Ho might writo an articlo
in tho Tribune, aud nobody would
blame him. "Passports" would bo
wasted on him, and so would "belli
goront rights." no might oven "de
clare war" against tho Administra
tion, and tho wretched Groslmm
would pimply smilo that deadly
smile of his to which the Tribune
has already callod uttontion as n
"inoiistruin horrendum." .Y. )'. .Y
iion, A'ot', dO.
Stir Caused by tho Steamor'B Arri
valTown and Navy Items.
Whon tho S. S. Alamoda was tolo
phonod about 4 o'clock this morning,
thoro was quito a stir in town, as
nows was oxpoctod as to tho Ha
waiian question and what was being
dono at Washington in roforenco
thoroto. Sho did not como in,
though, until nftor 6 o'clock. MossrB.
Thurston, J. Mott-Smith, H. N. Cas
tlo and ox-U. S. Consul-Gonoral
Sovoranco woro noticed on dock.
Mr. Thurston's first remark was to
tho effect that thoy, probably moan
ing tho P. G., woro all right. Tho
matter had boon loft to Congross.
Tho annexationists on uhoro woro
mado happy by tho anuouueomont,
and tho report spread liko wild firo.
Somo of tho P. G.'s startod a rumor
that Prosidont Clovoland was going
to bo "fired" next month. Tho roy
alists took it all in, wondoring what
tho "haugors-on" woro crowing'
Tho town was vory quiet this
foronoon, and tho only movomonts
noticed on tho warships woro tho
drills on tho Philadelphia and Cham
pion. Tho rovonuo outtor Corwin
was taking in moro coal.
Major J. H. Wodohouso, British
Ministor Resident; Sonhor A. do
Souza Canavarro, Portuguoso Com
missioner; Mons. Vizzavona, French
Commissioner, and Japanese Consul
Gonoral Fujii visited U. S. Ministor
Willis at 1:15 o'clock this afternoon.
Tho Executive and Advisory Coun
cils convened in special session at 1 :30
this afternoon. Ministor L. A. Thurs
ton is in attendance.
Prosidont Dole was not present at
tho meeting. It was held to hoar
Ministor Thurston's personal reports
from tho United Statos.
A member of tho Advisory Coun
cil says tho answer to Ministor Willis
was not beforo the Councils, and it
has not boon transmitted yot to tho
United States Ministor.
Nothing further has beon heard
at the Exocutivo headquarters from
It is believed that tho news of
controversy in Congress over tho
Hawaiian quostiou will havo tho
effect of stiffening tho reply of tho
P. G. to Ministor Willis's request for
a surrender to the Queon, which it
is an open secret was decided from
tho first to bo a refusal.
A San Francisco paper paid S2.50
a word to get tho despatches by the
Arawa irom Victoria, wnicn were
held for 12 hours and thou wont by
way of Chicago.
Leading Now York papers keep
thoir pagos open until G a. m. for tho
latest Hawaiian nows from San
Tho sailing vessols Klikitat, Tran
sit and W. G. Irwin all got later
nows to tho Coast between steamor
Consul-Goneral Mills stated this
aftornoon that nothing definite was
known as to when tho cuttor Corwin
was to leave for tho Coast.
Several officers from tho U. S. S.
Philadelphia catno ashore this after
noon to play lawn tennis.
The doparturo of tho steamor W.
G. Hall for windward ports was
postponed until noon to-day, wait
ing for the foreign mail.
Dyspepsia and Indigestion
itra. JV. Mateo
Tho combination of excellent itomteh
tonics in Ilood's Sarsaparilla is such that,
with proper attention to diet, Indlgcitlon
and even tho worst cases ot dyspepsia aro
cured by this medicine. Head thUi
"Having for soveral yrs beta gmtly
troubled Tilth Indigestion, and taring stan
Hood's Sarsaparilla adrcrttieJ, I concluded to
Eire It a trial. To my happiness and great satis
faction I found It to be the onlr reraod jr for Uils
complaint" Mns. N. Fisee, 42B Geary street,
Ban Francisco, Cal.
Hood's Pills act easily, yet promptly and
efflcieaUy, on the liver and bowels. 25c.
HOBRON, NEWMAN fc CO.,
Agents for Hawaiian Islands.
W. F. Reynolds, : Prop.
nbovo Store hss received another
Splendid Invoice of
JapamSid racy Goods
Business dead ? Not much !
Leastwise it is not so with tho
California Feed Company. We
havo made a business for our
selves, which has steadily grown
through all the hard times other
people 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 those
large and convenient promises.
Wc had to do so, because our
old place at Loleo is too small
for our fast-increasing business.
In a few days tho hark "Mauna
Ala" will be 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 havo others do it, which
meaus that wo got better goods
at a less price.
Wo thank our many friends
for their liberal patronage for
the past three years, and hopo
by strict attention to a business
wo thoroughly understand to
merit tho patronage of as many
CALIFORNIA FEED CO.
Per S. S. "Oceanic."
BeautiM Silk and Crape
Cushions, Table Covers,
Bed Covers, Gowns,
Silk and Cotton Kimonos
IN GREAT VARIETY.
CflU Inspection Respectfully Invitod.
Hotel Street (Arlington Block)
Mrs. J. P. P.Collaco, Proprietress,
-THE FOLLOWING VARIETIES ,
IS THE BOSS PRESENT.
DOLLS & TOYS
At. SPECIALLY LOW PIU0K8.
DOLLS Nicely Dressed 35c. nnd 00o.
DOLLS Bettor Dressed $1.
DOLLS Richly Drcssod f 1.75 to $7.C0.
Fine English Dressed Dolls
With every thins to tako on'?0 nnd
Doll Heads and Bodies
TEA SETS, VASES, ETC.
A HEAtJTlFtlL DlSrMY OF
Purses, Card Oases,
Our Children's Books
Are Exceptionally Fine.
A LARGE AND I N1QUL ASSORTMENT NOW Ol'EN AT
N. S. SACH
Lies' Hand Mi BM Silk Scarfs !
Heart Bests, Etc.
AT EXCEPTIONALLY LOW TRICES.
New Fancy Table Covers and Table Scarfs !
A PINE 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 COLOBS .'
Real Lace Handkerchiefs, Chiffon Bows, New Sash Ribbons,
SPECIAL BARGAINS IN
Ladies' Embroidered Handkerchiefs !
'Come and seo our EMBROIDERED HANDKERCHIEFS at 10c., 12'fc. and
20c. Our 2.5c. assortment can't ho beat.
BIG BARGAINS IN EMBROIDERED SILK HANDKERCHIEFS.
AN IMMENSE ASSORTMENT OK
Embroidered Flounces in Dress Lengths
AT S3.00, S3.50, 53.75 AND UPWARDS.
Ladles' Cashmere Shawls, Embroidered Scarf Shawls and Crepe Shawls
IN ALL COLORS AND W.UALITIE3.
GREAT BARGAINS IN
Embroidered Cloaks and
Children's Cloaks 1
Bonnets, Muslin Bonnets and Hits I
Wfc-If you are looking for Holiday Good1), call and ee our immense assortment
before making your purchases elsewhere.
Read our Catalogue und von will
surely find something you want.
IRON" PASSENGER TRAINS,
IRON FREIGHT TRAINS,
ETC., ETC., ETC., ETC.
An unusual attractive variety of NEW
GOODS to meet the tasto and wants of
our Island community. Apart
from a lino stock of
Presentation and Miscellaneous Books and
- IS THE NEW SEASON'S -
N. S. SACHS,
TO THE PUBLIC
As Captain Cuttlo would say:
"Them's lamps as u lamps."
Smooth Lea! Cayenne,
Queen & Sugar Loaf.
LEWIS J. LEVEY,
008-lw Cor. Fort and Queen streets.
OABD OF THANKS.
MRS. HATTIE HIRAM TAKES THIS
opportunity to return her grateful
thanks to the many kind friends and rela
tives who assisted at the funeral of her lato
fatlior, Sam Kanalna Hiram, and to thoso
who sent loving tributes of (lowers.
DB. HENBY W. HOWARD
HAS REMOVED HIS OFFICE AND
Residence to Cottage No. 600 Ha
waiian Hotel, entrance on Beretania
street. Hours: 10 to 12 a m ; 0:30 to 7:30
r. m. Mutual Telephono 050. 000-2w
bo seen to be appreciated.
Also a lino of
Japanese Paper Crepe Books
df Jingles and Fairy Tales.
Additional to a bewildering supply of the
customary good goods for all good
people is a stock of
That are as useful as they aro novel and
attractive, and of all kinds and sizes.
Dolls & Dolls' Sundries
M. S. LEVY WILL SELL FROJI
Saturday, Dec. 9th, ", CMstmas
His Entire Stock, at VERY LOW PRICES, to give
the Public an opportunity to buy their
Presents, for little money.
TOYS and DOLLS
AVILL BE SOLD AT COST PIUCES.
B35r Before you
where else, give me a
trouble to show goods.
make your Holiday purchases any-
call and examine my prices. !No
3ML S. 31.:B3-7-Y
7 O FORT STREET
Those we received
have ever seen.
HAWAIIAN HARDWARE CO.
307 Fort Stroot.
INFORMATION IS WANTED AS TO
tliu whereabouts of
MANUEL OEOIUiE HANNA,
u native of Uoyrout, Sydney, 37 years of
THE UNDERSIGNED BEQ TO
inform their friends that their Stores
will he closed from SATURDAY NIGHT,
tho 23d, to TUESDAY MORNING, tho 20th
HENRY MAY fc CO.,
H. E. MoINTYRE & BR0.,
ilUHJlI JJA.V1CJ iX. L.U.,
LEWIS & CO.,
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT I
havo this day bought out the one
half Interest of my partner Tong Kin, in
tho firm of Yco Hop Co., snd I will carry
on tho business of said firm as heretofore
under said firm namo at King street, Hono
lulu. KOK l.U.M alias AH I.UM.
Dated Honolulu, Dec. 1U, lB'JJ.
CEYLON JEWELBY AND LACES.
rpHE UNDERSIGNED BEGS TO IN-
X form tuo miblio that hu lias opened a
sioro ai .M), 43U jsuuanu Hired, i:
Alilo'bl for the sate of Covlon M
turod Jewelry and Hand-made l.uce
Santa Claus' Headquarters lias
always been noted for its supply of Dolls
and all tho etceteras of dolldom, and this
season leaus tuem an.
KID DOLLS, "SKuf"
Nankin Dolls, Rag Dolls, Rubber Dolls.
China Dolls, Dolls with Flue French Bis
que Heads, Dolls with socalled Unbreak
able Heads, China Heads.
TvfVr T C with Real Human Hair,
UJLXjJ Dolls with Natural look
ing Hair, some with Tow Hair, Woolly
Hair, and some with No Hair at all.
Sleeping Dolls, "W akoful Dolls, Smil
ing Dolls, Crying Dolls.
TrM"Yr T Q in Full Dress, Half Dress
UKJXjluij and Undress and ranging
from about threo inches to nearly three
feat in size, and from ten cents to several
Lady Dolls, Girl Dolls, Bo; Dolls, Baby Dolls
French Dolls, English Dolls,
Gorman Dolls, American Dolls',
Esquimaux DoIIh, Indian Dolls,
Mulatto Dolls, Darkoy Dolls.
PATENTED UNDER THE LAWS OF THE HAWAIIAN ISLANDS.
mil TCJjtilKjJ 'J" I' TJL""
Hlioes. roll's KtocKIiiBi
.. . . ... . .. ... -. ... ...
rarasois, uoiru jowoiry, soil's ians, uoirs
Doll's Arms, Doll's
s, Doll's Hats, Doll's
.one knowuiK wnore no
confer a fuvor by com-
ugu; marrioJ. Any
can be found will)
WM. O. IRWIN A CO. L'u.,
Dec. 'ii, lU3. (Oi:i-lw) Honolulu, II, 1.
"MIK ADJOURNED ANNUAL MELT-
lug of the Stockholders oi tliu Hawai
ian Si'uk Company will on iioiu m iiiu
olUce of Messrs. Win. G. Irwin & Co. I.'d.,
on TUESDAY, tho 'Jilth Inst., ut 10 a. m.
t)13.'it Acilnp Hevy. Unw. Biitfur Co.
spectiou respectfully Invited.
W. J. SADRIS.
Manufacturing Jeweler, 400 Nuuanu st.
EMOLLER HAVING JUBT AR.
rived from n tour abroad, wants a
situation as 1 1 end Luna or Sugar Boiler,
Having Ih.ch head hum for six years, he
hopes to bu able to glvo satisfaction la
both positions. Address, enro of IIum.ktim
olllcu. 003-Ot Sl-lt
Every detcription oJOU PRIXTINQ
done ut tht Uulletln 0Jke.
Cradlos. Doll's Bedsteads. Doll's TroiiH
seaux, Doll's Carriages. Doll's Tea Sets,
Wash Sets and sets of lots of necessary
things to completo tho happiness of ii
doll's mamma's life.
Equal liberal provision is mado in all tho
Rubber Toys, Woodon Toys,
Tin Toys, Horn Toys,
Iron Toys, Paper Toys, Etc
OUTDOOR GAMES, INDOOR GAMES
... B O O KS ...
That are a joy to behold.
Or-Ever) body and ull ugos provided
for at Santa ClaiV HuwiquAiimu.
ipiIE UNDERSIGNED HAVE BEEN ANOINTED HOLE AGENTS FOR
thoso SiiKEDUEits nnd arc now procured to receive orders.
The great advantages to be derived from tho use of tho National Canu
Siiheddeu are thoroughly established and acknowledged by Planters
Tho largo number of Planters using them in tho United Status, Cuba,
Argentine Republic, Peru, Australia and elsewhere, beat witness lo the
Tho use of tho Shkkduuk vory largely augments tho quantity of cane
the mill can grind (25 to 50), also tho extraction of juice (5 to 12 i).
It is a ureat bafc-Kuard, inukinc known at once the nresonen nf unv
piocoa of iron, stakes from care, or anytliing which would bo liable to dumiige
tlio mill, and allowing amnio time to remove B.uno beforn dumnging tho mill.
Tho SmtiiDDKU is vory strongly made, and from tho manner of its opera
tion it cuts or tears then) pieces of wood or iron without often breaking tliu
SiutEDDEit; and if anything breaks, it is simply somo of tho knives or cuttern,
which can bo quickly and economically replaced. Tho .SiutEiH)i:it, us its
uamo indicates, tears tho cane into shreds of varying lengths, perfectly open
ing it and allowing tho mill to thoroughly press out tho juices without re
quiring the immonso extra power necessary to grind or crush the whole
cuno. The Hiikeddeic spreads tho shredded cauo uniformly and evenly to
tho mill rolls, and does away with the necessity of spreading tho lugasso by
hand betweon tho mills, where regrinding is in use. No greater amount o'f
boiler capacity is required to onorato tho Siikuddck than tli.it wlneh w:is
Usulliciont for tho mill, for tho above reafconb. We furnish full workine
drawings for the installation of our'8iuti:ii)i:ii8, enabling nnv competent en
gineer to successfully install and start them.
In ordering SiutEiHiEiiH from us, pleaso send small tkoteh, showing the
diameter and width of tho mill rolls with which Siiiii:ini:it is lo bo connected,
alto tho side (either right or left hand as you face lliu deliverv side uf the
mill), upon which the mill engine is located, uImi tho height from llcxr liiu
tu center of front mill mil shaft, and dittaneu center this clmft to front end
of bed plate. These Kiiiieudkuh are now being un-d by tin- Hilo Hugar Co.
and JIuwl Mill, Kolmla, where thoy aro ehim: ureal MtiVdutiou.
rnccj una author particulars may bo had by applying t.
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