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SATURDAY, DEO. 00, 1S98.
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I'm day, Deo. '20.
S S Oceanic, Smith commander, from San
Batumi w, Doc. 00.
B B Australln,Iiimill6tte, from Snn .Fran
Stmr Iwnlanl from Kiuial
Stmr Clnudlnc from Maul mid Hnunli
Stmr Mlknhnla from Kuunl
Stmr MokolU from Maul, Lnnnl and Molo
lcnl Departures. -
Satuhpay, Dc'd. SO". '
S 3 Oceanic, Smith, for tho Orient
VcBSola Leaving Tuoaday.
Stmr W Q Hall for Lalmlnn, Manlaca,
Kona, ICau Anil Volcano at 10 a m
Btmr Claudlno lor Knlmlul, Keanao, Hanat
Hamon, Kipahulu", Nuu, l'anuhau, Ku-
knlnu at 5 p m
Stmr Mlknliala for NnwlllwiH, Koloa,
Elecle, Jlnknwoll, Waimea and Kckaha
at 5 p m
Stmr Iwnlanl for NnwlllwiH, Hanamauln,
Kilauca, Kallhlwni and Hanalcl at 5
Btmi Mokolll for Kaunakakai, Kamalo,
Pukoo, Halawa. Wailau, Folekunu.
Kalaupapn, Lnhalna, Olowniu and
Lanal at 5 p in
Stmr J A Cummins for Koolau
Cargoes from Island Forts.
Stmr Clnudlno 0170 bags sugar, 50 bags
Mro, Ml bags potatoes, Jill bags corn,
iit3 hides, 40 hogs, 100 pkgs sundries.
StnirMikahrla-400i bags sugar, CO bags
ilco. 1,0 bags pla, 160 head cattle-, 1
horso, 10 bdis hides and 60 pkgs sun
From Kauai per stmr Mlkaliala, Deo 30
-O llolto and wife. O H Willis and wife, O
"onrndt. Miss Aniiio Lowell, A Coekburn,
3 M Kaailiuc and !0 deck.
From Maui per stmr Claudlno, Poc 30
1' Uildwm. Dr 13 L Hutchinson, wife
m-l child, Bro l-ollx.Uro Alfred, OX Ford,
Mrs Josepa, Mrs Kaliko ltcuter, J N.il. M
S ftciuer. W Scott, L B Maynnrd, Lau
?hong and 2S deck.
From San FrancUco lior S S Austra
ia, Dec SO Miss A Alexander, .1 0. Ander
lon.Jr, Mrs H 1 Haldnin. MUsMaudBald
vin, Mrs K Heals and K chitdieu, It Callen
lcr, V (i Cinmrinos, George Carter, Miss M
f Oolir.-en, b F Oraham, A Haas, Mrs A.
faeger, Dr Kobt V Myers and wife, D
N'oonun, J W Short, Jacob Smith, Uivhard
Jtallbrd. Miss Ida Stafford, W B Starkey,
Miss Helen-Wilder, U F Wilder, A F Wil
iams, A L Williams, K L Wolcott, O
The 8. S. Miowera Is
The steamers Claudlno and Mikahala re--.urned
a nav earlier on account of New
Vear s, and will leave as usual on Tuos
lay. The German bark Paul Isenberg left San
Francisco for London with a cargo of bar
ley and wheat on Dec. '2'M. jflio bark was
During the voyage of the Hawaiian bark
Lcabi, from hurea to Sidney, a derelict
was passed about M0 miies "to the west
ward of San Pedro. Tho wreck was that
of a vessel of between 00 and COO tons.
Sydney, Nov. 8. '
No vessels, inter-island or foreign bound,
will leuv-i on, Monday, being Now Year's
Day. There will bo a suspension of busi
ness on the city front.
The S. 8. Australia, H. C. Houdlette,
commander, left San FrancUco Dec. 2i,
18'J.t, at 2 p. m., with twenty-nine cabin
and 27 steerage passenger, and 15 bags
mail. Had a rougb bar coming out, with
a southeast gale until the 24th. At 8 p. m.
the uind shiftod into the west, blowing
hard and raining, with a rough sea and
heavy N. W. swell. This weather lasted
until tho 27th when it changed into the
usual N, E. tradf s and fine weather. Ar
rived at Honolulu, Dec. 30, at 8 a. nt. Will
leave again next Saturday.
san rmscisco notes.
Arrivals. Dec , schr Transit, 19 days
from Honolulu; 15, bktno W H Dimond,
1(1 days from Kahului ; 16. S S Australia, 0
days "l 4 hours from Honolulu: 17, schr C S
Holmes, 21 days f torn Mahukona; 20, schr
Robert Lowers, 21 days, from Honolulu.
Departures. Dec 15, S S Alameda, for
Honolulu and tho Colonies; tchr Anna for
Kahnlut; 17, ba'rlc Andrew Welch for Ho
nolulu; 20, bgtno W Q Irwin for Hono
lulu; 23, SB .Australia for Honolulu; 23,
tclir Aloha, for Honolulu.
Projected Departures. Deo 20, schooner
TraiiKit for Honolulu; Jan 8 (1804) S 8
Monowai for Honolulu and tho Colonies;
HO, S S China for Honolulu and the Orient;
Feb 27, S S uceanic, for Honolulu and tho
Orient. Schi oners Aloha, Robert Lowers,
and barkentino W H Dimond, all for Ho
nolulu; bark Harvester, for Hilo.
THE BEAN GUESSING.
Tho bor.ii8 in iho jar at N. S.
Sachs' Btora woro uountod by Messrs.
W. H. Smith aud A. V. Gear. Tho
number of beans in tho jar was 3984.
Thoro woro 210 guoss papers re
ceived. Tho noarost guoss was dOOO,
and was made by six persons. Tho
lowest guoss was 450, and tho high
est 15,000. Tho six who tied aro
Sister M. F. do Sales, Mrs. G. Dodd,
MiFS Viora, Annio Blauchard, Mrs,
Brown (native), Johannes Hodeman.
Thoy aro requested to call at tho
store at tho earliest opportunity, to
make arrangements for deciding tho
Jinal winner. It is proposed to havo
them guezs ngaiu on a smallor jar of
Y. M. O. A.
Tho Y. M. C. A. will keep open
house and rccoiro tho young men of
Honolulu on Now Year's Day. Thoro
will bo lunch from 12 to 2:IJ0, a ro
coption by committeo men and la
dies from 12 to 3, and an ovoning
coucort at 7:30. "Yourgolf and
friends aro invited to bo prosont."
Tho coucort program is as follows:
Soup Mrs. A. Youni?
ncuuiii).' -ur. u, j. wimnoy
Bong (with violin accompaniment).,..
Miss von Holt
Flnlo Solo Mr, L, liiirioui
Mandolin and Guitar Duct
Mosirs. Onhvavnnd Henncsy
Hoiullns Mr. C. I. Whitney
Tho S. S. Australia will loavo for
tho Coast on Saturday noxt, hor
regular schodulo time. Tho Ocoanio
Steamship Co, will issue through
tiekotsto all parts of tho United
.U Iho Ictc i.f thoyonv tho Un
walian lhtidwaio Company pay tho
hard times havo not jnrivd them a
little bit. Thoy now invito tho at
tonlion of ovory body to their pro
mlor specialties in various lines for
tho now your.
LOOAL AND GENERAL NEWS.
IlArrv New Year.
Bot h banks will closo on Mond.13'.
Tho P. G. band will piny nt Ernlnn
Square this nftornoon.
Thoro will .bo no issuo of tho Bul
letin on Now Yoar's Day.
Tho S. S. Ocoanio sailed nt 1:15
o'clock this nftornoon for tho Oriont.
H. P. Baldwin arrived from Maui
on tho steamer Olnudino tbU morn-
L. do L. Ward offers a Union
pneumatic tiro safety bicyclo for
Imnortant information awaits
(Prank Tozu at W. G. Irwin & Co.'s
Mrs". Goo. O. Bockloy was expected
homo on this steamor, but did not
Boing paydny for Government
employees, thoy aro wreathed fin
P. G. Camariiios, of tho California
Fruit Market, arrived homo on Iho
Now subscribers of tho Bulletin
aro enrolling by ovory mail from tho
Thoro was ono solitary arrest last
night, and that was a Chiunmau for
alleged selling opium.
s Booms furnished or unfurnished
can bo had on application at Clir.
Gortz's shoo store, Fort street.
At- 3 o'clock Monday afternoon
tho P. G. band will givo a Now
Yoar's coucort at Thomas Square.
Miss M. J. Coursen, teacher in tho
Fort-street school, came back on tho
Australia aftor a vacation abroad.
Tho Honolulu Cricket Club will
hold its somi-annual mooting on
Wednesday, Jan. 10th, at tho Hotel.
Walter G. O'Smith of tho Star is
now ono of tho shining lights of tho
American "Laguo." Look at that
Tho Heaver Saloon is vireparbd to
furnish all with fresh oysters on
ico. Thoy camo on tho Australia
The Pioneer Building ti Loan As
sociation will hold their regular
monthly meeting, Tuesday evening
next, Jan. 2d.
James D. Tregloau has been heard
from. Ho arrived safely in San
Francisco and was to havo his eyes
treated alter tho holidays.
Tho tuorry-go-rouud will begin
running on Monday afternoon at 2
o'clock, to givo tho children an op
portunity to enjoy thoinsolvo3.
The football gamo between the
Pacifies and Honolulus, which was
to havo taken placo on New Year's
day, ha3 been indefinitely post
poned. Frauk Archer, a hangor-on at
Senator ISmmoluth's Kuokoa office,
has bcou appointed District Judge
at Ewa, vice 11. Makahalupa, ro
signod. Thoro was no meeting of the Sail
ors' Homo Socioty this morning, on
account of thoro being no quorum.
Tho meeting was adjourned .until
Mr. C..S1. Bradford, lately chief
reporter on tho Advertiser, ha3 re
turned from tho Coast with a com
mission to roprosent tho San Fran
Prof. Borgor gives a dance at tho
drill shed this evening. Tho P. G.
band will bo in attendanco and
tickets aro available at tho book
stores at SI each.
Tho "P. G. spies on tho outskirts
amuso themselves now by stopping
Chinese wagons and dumping out
tho contorts. Thoy must do some
thing for their pay.
Mr. E. C. Macfarlano, who has
been struggling against an attack
of la grippo for a weok past, has
finally had to givo in ami is now
conuueu to Ins homo.
A meeting of committees of tho
Annexation Club i3 called for this
overling at 8 o'clock. Tt is reported
that a proposal will bo discussed
tending to tho disbanding of tho
Tho Portuguese in tho Punchbowl
colony havo had images made, which
will bo illuminated this and to-morrow
evenings. Nearly every homo
has ono. New Yoar's is univorsnlly
observed by Portuguese.
Peoplo in town havo tendered a
complimentary concort to thoMisse3
Albu to take place beforo tho depar
ture of tho S. S. Australia uext Sat
urday. It will probably take placo
on Wednesday or Thursday ovon
ing. Thirty-sovon Japauoso males aud
six women, eighty-two Chiueso
males, fivo women aud nine children
woro outgoing passengers by tho S.
S. Oceanic to-day for tho Orient.
Thero woro no cabin passongors
Tho Kamohameha toam aud a
picked nino from tho U. S. warships
in port will play a gamo at Pearl
City on Now Year's Day. A special
train will loavo for tho baseball
ground nt 2:15 o'clock. Excursion
ralos will prevail.
Tho,nowspapor mail for tho book
stores did not come ashoro from the
S, S. Oceanic until an hour aftor tho
atoamor's docking. Tho mail was
on tho nilot boat, which wont out,
aftor leaving tho steamor, to got tho
lights from the buoys.
A Gorman Longuo was organizod
yostorday ovoning, whim tho follow
ing olHcors woro eloctod: Prosidont,
Charles Klcmmo (Gorman)j Vice
ProBidunt, Geo, Markham (Hawai
ian); Treasuror, J. L. Xavior (China
man); Sccrotnry, Buclioltz (Gor
man), Twonty mombors woro pro
Hont, Tho obit'ot of tho organiza
tion is to uphold tho "drol hundred"
am) Captain Ziogler's company of J',
Business (lend V Not much !
Lenstwiso it in not so with tho
California Food Company. Wo
have made a business for our
selves, which has steadily grown
through all the hard times other
people nro complaining about.
Wo have just secured from Mr.
J. P. 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 placo at Lelco is too small
for our fast-increasing business.
In a few days tho bark "Mauna
Ala" will bo hero again with hor
fourth full cargo of liny and
Grain, bought by our Mr. J. N.
Wright who will arrivo on that
vessel. Wo prefer to select our
merchandise ourselves rather
than havo others do it, which
means that vc got bettor goods
at a less price.
Wo thank our many friends
for their liberal patronage for
tho pnst threo years, and hopo
by strict attention to n business
wo thoroughly understand to
merit tho patronngo of us many
CALIFORNIA PEED CO.
ifrs. Marv E. O'Fallon
of Tlqua, O., says tho Phr
slclanti aro Aotontsliod,
and look at hor llko ono
Raised f rem the Dead
Long and Terrible lllnesa
from Blood Poisoning
Complcfcly Cured by Hootifa
Mrs. Mary E. O'Fallon, a very Intelligent
lady of Tlqua, Ohio, was poisoned while as
sisting physlclan3 at an autopsy 6 years aso,
and soon terrible ulcers broko out on hor
hoad, arms, tonguo and throat. Her hair all
camo out. Sho weighed but 78 lbs., and saw
no prospect of help. At last alio began to
talco nood's Sarsaparllla and at once im
proved; could scon get out of bed and walk.
Sho says: "I became perfectly cured by
and am now a well woman. I weigh 128 lbs.,
eat well and do tho work for a largo family.
My caio seems a wonderful recovery and
physicians look at ma la astonishment, as
Utmost IKiC one rained frost tho dead."
HOOD'S PILL8 ahould bo la ercry family
medietas choit. Cdco uso J. always profaned.
HOBltON, NEWMAN ii CO.,
Agents for Hawaiian Islands.
From 0; S. S. 'Philadelylila' and 'Adams.'
GAME Y1 LI. 1JE CALLED AT 3 1'. M.
narTUAlNS will leave Honolulu for
Pearl City and Ewa Plantation at 8:10 a.
m. and 1:15 ). in.
OT-8PECIAL TKAIN will leave for
Pearl Citvat'J:lf p. in. Kcturnlng imme
diately al'ur the hull game.
EXCURSION RATES FOR THE DAY:
Pearl City and Return 50 Cents
Eva Plantation and Return, 70 Cents
This Saturday Evening
IlEOEMRER Mrif, UU3.
Grand March at 8 o'olook.
Ticlvota, adiiilttiiiK K.miU'imm .tud lady,
$I.tO. For halo ut lluwiillnn Now Co.'h,
T. (1. Thrum's, Ellto leu Urc:uu 1'arlnM
mvl Eijiin ifc Oiiiiii'd.
HONOLULU ORIOKET OLU11.
rpilF, HEMI-ANNl'AL MEETINil Ul;
X tho Honolulu l lU-kui L'luli will hohi'ld
nt tho lluuiilUn Hok-l.on WUUNKbDA,
Jhii. 10, l-'Jl, nt 7:S0 v. M. Uv order.
It. L. ALMUUIAFH,
till) Id Kwritaf).
at pearl city. Shamrock Linens !
New Year's Day, Pk J
JANUAltY 1st, 1601. fig jA nL
- PRESENTS THIS -
An unusual attractive variety of NEW
HOODS to meet tho taste and wants of
our Island community. Apart
from a lino Btoek of
Presentation and Miscellaneous Books and
-- IS THH NEW SEASON'S - -
That must ho Been to be appreciated.
Also a line of
Japanose Paper Crope Books
Of Jingles and Fairy Tales.
Additional to n bowllderlng supply of the
customary good goods for nil good
people is a stock of
That aro ns useful as thoy nro novel alid
attractive, and of all kinds and sizes.
Dolls & Dolls' Sundries
Uf Santa Glaus' HKADQCAnTKRs has
always been noted for its Bupply of Dolls
and all the etceteras of dolldom, and this
season leads them all.
KID DOLLS, H?M,d
Nankin Dolls, ling Dolls, Hubbcr Dolls,
China Dolls, Dolls with Kino French Bis
()no Heads, Dolls with socallcd Unbreak
able Heads, China Heads.
T"VT T C with Heal Hitman Hair,
LJKJLjLjS Dolls with Natural Look
ing Hair, sonic with Tow Hair, Woolly
Hair, and some with No Hulr at all.
Slooping Bolls, 'Wakeful Dolls, Smil
ing: Dolls, Crying Dolls.
TTVT T Q In Full Dress, Half Dress
UyJJLJjLiiD and Undress and ranging
from abnut three inches to nearly thren
feet in size, and from ten cents to several
Lady Dolls, Girl Dolls, Bo; Dolls, Baby Dolls
French Dolls, English Dolls,
Ucrmun Dolls, American Dolls,
Esquimaux Doll", Indian Dolls,
Mulatto Dolls, Darkey Dolls.
TVVT T Heads, Doll Bodies, Doll
UyJLu lu Wigs, Doll's Arms, Doll's
Shoes. Doll's Stockings, Doll's Hats, Doll's
1'arasols, Doll's Jewelry, Doll's Fans, Doll's
Cradles, Doll's Bedsteads. Doll's Trous
seaux, Doll's 'arrlages. Doll's Tea Sets,
Wn-ili Sets and cts of lots of necessary
things to complete tho happiness of a
doll'.s mamma's Hie.
Equal liberal provision Is made in all tho
Rubber Toys, Wooden Toys,
Tin Toys, Horn Toys,
Iron Toys, PaporToys, Etc.
OUTDOOR GAMES, INDOOR GAMES
... b o ok: s ...
That are a joy to behold.
IDtf Everybody and all ags provided
for at Sakta Curs' HEDQV.Rir:iM.
I have much pleasure in
advising my numerous cli
ents that I havo received
advices that the Shamrock
Linens have boon ncconlod
The Highest Award, . . .
. . . Medal and Diploma
at tho Chicago World's Fair
for Table Linen, Towels,
Shooting, Pillow Linen,
Handkerchiefs and Em
broidery. W. G SPRCULL7
t-ole Anent for tho Hawaiian Islands.
FOR SAN KRANdSCO.
THE Al STEAM8HI1'
WILL LEA'E HONOLULU
roit tiii: auovk rour on
Saturday, January Gtb,
Tim unduralciied nro now jirunarud in
issuo Through Tlfketn Loin thH Ulty to ull
points In tho United Htului.
ftp- Vot further jmrttimhiri ivi;urdlii
Frt'lglit or l'ttHbugo, uily to
WM. 0. IKWIN fi CO., L'r,
lil)-Ut llciiurnl Ai'.cntH,
AT A VEUY Itr.ASDNAllLE ridl'HK:
1 I10V, tllllUl'il. I'KI'IU MIU'I'lllK I'nioN
H.wuiv Jiirci.r. i it liarnciuiir iiiii
L. I)K L. WARD.
Al V. U. IVui'ncI; A I'o.
W. F. Reynolds, : Prop.
IS THE JIOPS l'KE.SENT.
DOLLS & TOYS
AT Sl'KCI Vl.I.Y KlW flttUKO.
DOLLS Nicely Drcisod !J3c. and Cuv.
DOLLS Dettor Dressed $1.
DOLLS Hlclily Dressed ?1.7." to $7.fi0.
Fine English Dressed Dolls
With everything to take oil $) and
Doll Heads and Bodies
TEA SUTS, VASES, ETC.
A IIEVTTIFI'Ij HITI.W OK
Purses. Card Cases,
nil uriim -
Our Children's Books
Aie Exceptionally 1 mr.
&- Head our Catalogue an 1 yiiu will
surely find onletlliltg you want.
IKON PASSENGER TUAINS.
- IltON VIIEIGHT TIIAIS,
ill-tN V A''HES.
iiur i iiir-,
tTC, irc, j:i'i.. i.tc.
The above Stqrc lis received another
Splendid Invoieo of
JapuDcseSiil Fancy Goods
Per S: S. "Oceanic."
BeantiM Silk and Crape
Cushions, Table Covers,
Red L'oveis, Gowns
Silk and Cotton Kimonos
IN GREAT VARIETY,
tft. Inspection Eeui'tfully Invited.
Hotel Strtet (Arlington Block)
Mrs. J, P. P.Collaco, Proprietress.
On nud nfttr the 1st l:i of Junuiiry,
18SH, tho store known ns "KA MAI LI'."
will ho closed out and lu rethtd from
btuiiieii as fust as possible.
Cash will bo exueted forull salusiifter
thut date. 1'riecs will bo icilucod '
Vatrona aro imuiontcd to fettlo their
accounts as rapidly as possible.
URS. G. E. D0ARDBUN,
TNFOK.MATION IS WANTED Ah TO
X. tho whereubonts of
MANUEL OEOIIOE HAN.NA,
u natlvo of lleyrout, Sydney, II" ycain of
iiRe; marrlol. Anvoiio knowing whuro ho
eau bo found will eonfer a favor by eoni
WM. . IRWIN .v: CO L'n.,
Doc. 21, l'IM. (OIU-lw) Honolulu, II. I.
if. DAV1ES A I'O.'e, hi ORE
liu cioe 1 on '1 nu'ilay. thu '.'nd
diiy of January, for ttook-takliiK.
ean lately arrived hen- would like a
bftiiutlun for i;emual urx either III biul
iicbi, farm or private lumx'.
AddrcbS, "A. A.," ilulh-lliKllll.-o.
BY A YOL'NO HERMAN (URL, TO
mind Uhlldren unlu (luwinl Jlonii".
work. Apply m thU uirle. UIMw.
A l.AKGE AVI) 1 Viqn; APPOHT.MI VT VOW OVEN AT
lid Paid Cjisliioiis, Head Rests, Etc,
i AT EXCEPTIONALLY' 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 Caaos !
A NEW ASSORTMENT OF
Painted Swiss Fans, Lace Fans & Feather Fans!
AT VERY LOW PRICES.
LADIES' FINE BILK HOSE IN ALL COLORS !
Real Lace Handkerchiefs, GhifTon Bows, New Sash Ribbons,
SPECIAL BARGAINS IN
Ladies' Embroidered Handkerchiefs !
Como and wuo our EMBROIDERED HANDKEI50HIEE3 at 1X, I'-'lic. and
20e. Our 23c. axbortment ean't ho heat.
BIG BARGAINS IN EMBROIDERED SILK HANDKERCHIEFS.
AN IMMENSE ASSORTMENT OK
Ladies' Embroidered' Flounces in Dress Lengths
AT S3.00, S3.50, $3.75 AND UPWARDS.
Ladles' Cashmere Shawls, Embroidered Scar! Shawls and Crepe Shawls
IN ALL COLORS AND QUALITIES.
GREAT BARGAINS IN
Ii'.Iauls' Embrolilerod Cloaks and Children's Cloaks 1
Infants' Silk Bonnoiu, Muslin Eonnota aud 3it l
tS3t- H .vou are looking for Holiday Goods, e.i
before making your purchases elsewhere
N. S. SACHS,
M. S. LEVY WILL SELL FROM
Saturday, Dec. 9th, Christmas
His Entire Slock, at VERY LOW PRICES, to givi-
the Public an opportunity to buy tbeir
Presents, for little moncj'.
TOYS and DOLL!
WILL BE SOLD
S3?5 Before you make
where else, give me a call
trouble to show croods.
7 5 FORT
I'ATENTKI) UNDER THE LAWS
lit i WU T ft i f If 'r A -' ' - )ii 'iiSr-'1
JWffjTTOy3: .: r-i. .-- .-1- k'-
rpiIE UNDIJKSIGNEI) HAVE HEKN AI'I'OINTEI) HwLE AUENTri KOU
- Ilium iSiiiunijiKus and nro now piop.ueil to leceivu onler?.
Tlio great lulvuiitucs to ho doriveil from the iimj of tlio National Ca.nt.
.SilHKiiDiiit nro tlmroiiKlily (Mablisln-il ami uckiinwlrdgul Lv I'iiutci
Thu liirgo Hiiinhor of riunti-iii nsiii ilium in liii Uniuul States Cuba,
Argontino Kopuhlic, Tern, Australia and i1mw1kic, bear vitiu to tlio
mm.,. ... ..r ,i... !. .. i ... .,
j iiu uiu m uiu .-iii.i.uiii.u h'ij largely iiuglliuniri lilt 1 tl.l IlLll ' (il eano
the mill cm grind (23 to 50,u), aim tlio extraction of juice (ft lo 12).
Jl ii ii groat hareguaul, making known at onoo the iirei-onco of any
pieced of iron, ht.ikos from chih, or anylliing wliidi would Lo liablo to dumagu
the mill, and allowing ample, lime to remove muho beforo damaging the mill.
The Suii:i)i)!:u id very htrongly made, uiid fiom the iminncr of its opcu.i
tion it etilH or learn theto piocc'H of wood or iron without often bie.ikitig liu
.Siiui:i)1i:k; and if unytliing breakn, it is simply miiiic of tho knives oi imimuc
which can lie ijuiekly and eoonomically icplacod. The .uniiKbi:ti, iid it
iianio indieales, tear tho canu into i-hredd of varying lengths, peifoollv inu'i'i."'
ing it and alloiving the mill to thoroughly pro?, out tho juices wilh'ou'. i
(Hiiring the immunm extra power necessary to grind or crmh thu w'huli
cano. Tho .SiiKi:iii)i;it epreadd tho shredded cane tiniforinly and evcnlv to
tho mill rolln, and does away with tho ucecsfcily of spreading Iho h.igaste hv
hand hotivceii the mill.-., whcio rcgrinding it, in lue. No greater amount of
bnilor capacity h reip:iircd to oporulo tho .Siuii:uiii:ii than that whsoh was
Mifliciciil for the null, for the above rontons. We fiiriiirdi full working
drawings for tho inntalluliou of our HitiiKDiuaiH, enabling any oruipclout
gincer lo hucrcssfully iiiflall ami stait them.
In ordering Kiiiii:ni)Kiifi fiom us, plenm fcond Finull fkeleh, thowiuf the
diameter and width ol thu mill rolls with which fiiiiii'.niirii is t bo eonnected,
iilm Iho t-ide (uither right or left hand as you face the deliverv iidu of tho
mill), upon which Iho mill ungino U located, aim tho height from lloor lino
to center of front mill loll chad, and ilistunco center Hum thafl lo front end
of bed plate. Them Nuiic'i-iiuix inn now being un d hv the llilo tSugar Cu
nud Uuwi Mill, Kohula, where limy tiro (jiiug great Mln-f.it linn.
CJST Tricon and further iiaiticuhus may bo had hv applying in
and see our innuendo asiortuiuni
AT COST PRICES.
your Holiday purchases any
and examine my prices. Xo
OF THE HAWAII N ISLAND.--.
IRWIN & CO., LU, .
V .IllrilfJ uf A .IMKlfl'uil illlfj,