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IMIU RAILWAY AND LAND CO,
V'KOM AND AKTK.U JUNK 1, 1R03.
To 12 w a Mtu,
t.onro Honolulu ..
Lcne Pearl City...
At rive Kv.a Mill. .
j?nvo IVjirl i Ity
A. Saturday only.
( '. tiiindii vs excepted.
D. Saturdays cxcpjitcd.
TUESDAY, JAN. 2. 1W.
St .tinv, 1'cc. 31.
0 A S S Warrimoo. Perry, 13j days from
tln'Oolonlci via Kill
Htmr Walnlralo from lloitukaa and I.olm-
Htntr Jnmo Mnkcc from Kaunl
Slinr IVIc from Knttal
TfWDAV, Jan. 1.
C A S3 Wnrrlmoo, Purr), for VattcoUTor,
W'ntiNiitiAY, Jan. 2.
Htmr Clnttitinc for Kaliulul, Kcanac, liana,
ll'inioa, Ulpaliuht, Nun, l'aauliatt, Kit-
Kalau at 6 tu
titinr Mlkali.ila for NuwIllwlH, Koloa,
tMnfiln f nfrt tt ill I Vnlitim nitil tv nlnlm
at i) it in
ll'VIV It 1 . S.l It UMIIV1 UlymiMH
Ullltllln fur KnoldU
St tn r .1
Vojsala liiavliiff To-morrow.
Htmr Kaatu for Wnlnnne, Wuinhta, Moktt-
lelii, tale, Knhukit mid Piinahtu ott)
Stinr V (I Mall for l.-ilialna, Mnaluen,
Kon.i Kim mil Volcano nt Kin in
Stinr ulalcilo for KtiUiilli icle and Home
Una at 1U ii in
rttiur l'lun for Olinwilu nt I p mi
Oftrro.i from Xolnml Porta,
biic.r'.ViiIakiilc-iVll bag Migitr, &J head
Stinr Iwaluul .'J74S bngt surjar, fI7 bags
I in (My
Htnir Pelf -3iV) liapi sugar
Hclir Ka Mol-.'M.U liii nitfiir
The noniicr K limn will lo duo from Ma
wall and Maul to-morrow morning.
TlwkiriiiiiurW'. (1. Hall will learo at 10
o'clock to morrow morning on lior route, a
day Inter tlmn iiMtal.
Tim t'. A. 8. H. Warrimoo arrived train
tliu Cutuiilr ou Hiinday. Dee. ill, lrt!Cl, and
left for Vut.couvt r. II. '.. on Monday, Jan.
I, 1". il, m noon, tjlic luft Hydncy on Deo.
Hth and experienced 111 to weather all tho
8Ti:Vi:NH In thin city, Dec. 30, 1MO,
liy lluv. II. II. Parkor, J amen II to kato
ICUIIIA-MAHKI-ONA-Iii thin city, Jan
uirv I, IMH, liy Kcv. II. H. Parker,
William Ktilila to Ktuulo IC. Maliclona.
MVriI-In Hit cltv, lite. 31, 1MU, to tlic
wife of Capt. II. 11. rimylli, a daughter.
What tho Original Document Con
tains and Frovldos.
Ntw Yoiik, Docombor 18. It is
probable that the only ropy of tho
original Constitution of Hawaii is in
powi'aijion of l'rofcssor W. J I. B.
Thomas, of l'hilatlolphin. Inasmuch
as nomo Hawaiian documouU seem
to Mihtnin tho position taken by
I'ro-iilont Cluvelaud in tho Hawai
ian Inland (ontrovorsy, Professor
Thomas is about to oiTor transcripts
of tho original to tho United States
Government. Tho documonts wuro
printed for tho bonoGt of natives
nearly half a century ago in tho Ha
waiian language, and afterwards
I rnnsltttctl into English, but copies
Imvo novor bceu published in this
Tho declaration of rights, both of
tho people and their chiefs, as tho
Hawaiian Constitution is called,
was originally drawn up by a gra
dunto of tho fcemiiinry at Lahniua
liinn. This declaration was nftor
ward roisod by tho King and a
council of tiirco chiefs. Tho Con-
slitution shows the missionary train
ing of the Hawaiian people, and
there certainly is no reason for ob
jection I hut God is not recognized,
for I ho declaration darts oa" with a
scriptural text, nnd is extremely
pimi- and biblical thtoughout. The
portion calculated to sustain Presi
dent Cleveland in his Hawaiian
pulley is presumably that which re
cites tho ronl line from Kamoha
ini'lia 1. to Kamehameha III., nnd
This Kingdom is permanently con
liniH'il to Kamehameha III, and his
heir, and L.s heir shall bo a person
wli'iin he and the chiefs shall ap
point during his lifetime, but should
there bo no appointment, then tho
tlitcifloii shall rest with tho chiofs
and I romo of Representatives. This
Cuiihtittitioii was signed October 8,
It 10, at Honolulu, by King Kamoha-
uii'lia ID. ami his Prime .Minister.
DISMISSED WITHOUT NOTICE.
A JI(.iu'ior of tho Ziogiblaturd of 1802
Mr. Win. Woml, Deputy Sheriff of
liwn, was notified by Marshal Hitch
oock mi Sat unlay last that his sor-
ices iic no tuiigir rocpiirod after
tliu end nf the j ear, and that all
i'uwriiiiiciil property in his keeping
iniiil In tut lied over to Mr. A. Kauhi,
Iteptv cutative for liwn and Wai
auae, who Iiiih limui appointed to
Kiiecoi'd I. ,iu. '1 ho dismissal took
Mr. Woml by surprise, as ho iiad re
ceived no previous intimation of his
superior's intention to dismiss him,
and no reasons were given for tho
!.OOAIi AND OEMBBAIt NEWS.
A cottago is wanted.
Diamond Hoad, 3 p. in. Woathor
cloudy, wind light oast.
Shun Tung Son has a business an
nouncement in this issuo.
Thoro was a fall of 1.81 inches of
rain at Hatnakua on Thursday last
Tho P. G. band played on tho
Exocutivo building grounds this
Ka Maile's cloaranco sale is post
poned. Look out for tho notice in
Tho officers of Excelsior Lodge,
I. O. O. F., will bo Installed at 7:30
o clock this oroning.
By an accidont to-day's Advertiser,
first issuo in an oight-pago form,
was delayed some hours.
installation of ofllcor3 of
Lodeo No. 2, K. of P.. will
tako placo to-morrow ovoning.
Mail for tho United States coast
was reserved from tho Warrimoo for
tho City of Poking duo to-day.
Tho deaths in Honolulu for De
cember wero G7, an increase on tho
record of tho four proceding years.
Tho Thistlo Club colobratod noth
ing last night. Its rooms wero
granted to a privalo dancing party
for tho evening.
All bills against tho S. S. Miowora
must lio prcsontod in triplicate at
tho ofllco of Thoo. II. Davies & Co.
by noon to-morrow.
Mombors of tho Sailors' Homo
Socioty will nloaso not neglect tho
notico of tho adjourned annual
meeting on Thursday.
II. Loso has a card in this issue as
a notary public, collector, atid busi
ness agent. Ho is active, experi
enced and always obliging.
Frank Archer yoslorday rocolved
his appointmout as District Magis
trate of Ewa, and wos this day
sworn into ofllco boforo Chiof Jus
A. Jnouen, whoso good work has
bceu tho subject of descrintivo nows
item", offers his services In making
nil kinds of cemetery lot railings,
hammered iron work, etc.
A quantity of Fiji pineapples was
dumped out on tho wharf from tho
Warrimoo, as thoy had begun to
spoil. Thoy wero muoh inferior to
tho cultivated pines produced in
Lodge in Progrcs, A. F. Si A. M.,
elected tho following olllcors Satur
day evening: B. H. Norton, W. M.;
G. Campion, S. W.j D. II. Davis, J.
W.; .lames Dodd, Treasurer; A. For
Tho Unknowns and Planets mot
ou tho League grounds yesterday
morninc at 10 o'clock to docido tho
championship of tho Amatour
League. After playing five iuuings
tho third ball was reported lost antl
the Unknowns wero declarod tho
wlunors. tho scoro standing 21 to 1.
Tho balls wore all stolon.
M. S. Levy has removed his largo
business to tho hnndsomo ltoblnson
block on Hotel street. There ho
will bo happy to wait on all his old
customers, and as many now ones as
delight in tho bost and freshest
goods. Mr. Lovy has always kopt
among tuo uesi urcsscu wiuuows in
Honolulu, and novor spnrod pains to
show shoppers just what thoy want.
Uo auu see him in his now quartors.
A native lad saw Pilot Babcock
purchase stamps at tho Post Ofllco
window this noon nud loavo his
purso on tho window. Ho watchod
tho pilot walk olT atad going up to
the window picked up tho purse.
Tho lad could not find Mr. Babcock,
howover, and deposited tho purso at
tho Police Station, telling Capt.
Laugley that it belonged to Mr.
Babcock. Tho purso was returnoil
to tho owuor.
Mrs. Vina Kinp Kavo horsolf up to
the polieo yesterday morning for as
saulting a man named Georue Wnsh
itiL'ton with a pickaxe. Both aro
colored people and came from tho
States only a short while hack. Tho
woman wns formerly stewardess on
tho harkoutino S. N. Cflstlo. As far
as can bo gained tho facts aro that
Washington wout to Mrs. King's
room at Ludowiko's lodging Iioufp,
Queen street, nud found another
colored man thoro. Being slightly
uuder tho weather ho was angered,
as tho woman had beon living with
him. Ho slapped tho woman ou tho
face nnd she, fearing his anger, rush
ed out ou the street. Tho mau went
to tho bed and lying down fell
asleep. Tho woman returned and
while ho was asleep struck him on
tho head with tho sharp end of a
pickaxe, makiug a very sorious
wouuu. in tuo uistrici uouu tuts
morning hor caso was remanded
until tho victim should bo nblo to
appoar. This aftornoon the man is
iu a precarious condition, but it is
oxpocted ho will recover. Ho is nt
the Queen's Hospital.
Two Human Beings and Bomo Ani
mals Killod at Koloa.
A catastrophe of nn uuusual tin
turo happoued at Koloa, Kauai, ou
(I... WW I, ..If .1.I.I..1. i...a..1.w1 ff.tt.lll.
to n Japaucso man and woman, like
wise causing tho doath of two cows
and a horso. At -1 o'clock in the
morning a hoavy thuudorstorm be
gan to rage, which increased in
severity until botweon f and 0
o'clock. At that time tho kitchen
of a house on tho plantation grounds
wnsstiuck by lightuingjortunntoly
without doing any other mischief
than tho demolition of part of tho
structure. Almost simultaneously
tho laborers' ipiarturs were struck,
iu ono room of which a Jnpauotio
man and woman wuro domiciled, tho
stroke killing them both. Two oows
and a horso wore also killed, win
dows wero smashed, and buildings
othorwiso damaged. An inquest was
hold on tho bodies of tho two Japa
nese, tho verdict ascribing tho cause
of death to lightning. Tho couplo
wero buried tho samo day.
A Bheot of Copper Between Them
When examined on tho Marino
Railway, tho steamer O. K. Bishop
was found to havo holes nearly
through tho bottom. In ono placo
worms and rats had eaten away a
spaco sovoral inches square, leaving
littlo oxcopting tho copper to keep
out tho sea. Tho company that
lately mado tho voyago to and from
Lysan Island in this stoamor may
congratulate themselves thoy aro in
tho lanu of tho living.
A good-sized frco fight between
Chineso combatants at King and
Kokauliko streets last night collect
cd a crowd of sovoral hundreds.
Nothing wns done to stop tho dis
turbance until J. A. Mohrtons, cap
tain of nolico and deputy marshal
undor different past much-abused
regimes, sprang out of a hack in
which ho was driving from Palama,
and in n fow seconds scattorod tho
fighters. All tho whilo ono of. tho
"finost" police of "tho bost" govern
ment was looking ou helplessly.
Will Stay a While.
It is gratifying to noto that tho
Missos Albu aro to prolong thoir
stay in tho islands for about a
mouth. Thoy will probably visit
tho Volcano, and bo induced to givo
another sorios of concerts. Tueso
talented ladies havo by thoir amia
bio qualities mado many friends off
tho stago. Mr. M. L. M. Pluukott.
thoir manager, has also won genoral
esteem by his unvarying courtesy
and agreeable manuots generally.
IiOoko Xdko Foul Flay.
A native named Kcliihopa was
found dead in his bod at noon to
day on Punchbowl slrcot.
Ho had boon drinking excessively
yesterday but was all right this
morning. At noon ho was found
gasping for breath.
Tho doctor who was
found a gash on tho man's
which ho sajB was done with
"I know an old soldier who had
chronic diarrhwa of long standing
to havo been permanently cured by
taking Chamberlain's Colic, Cholora
and Diarrhti'a Homedy'says Edward
Shumpik, n prominent druggist of
Minneapolis. Minn. "I havo sold
tho remedy in this city for ovor seven
years and considor it suporior to
any other medicine now ou tho
market for bowel complaints." 25
and CO cent bottles of this rotnody
for sale by all dealers. Benson,
Smith Hi Co., agents for tho Hawai
Quick Relief and Forfoct Cur
ju. O. V. Patrick
"I mas so bartly afflicted with iclitts rbsama
ttim that I couM scarrnlr biots. I used a imt
many remedies which IM me no cood. X rrlsnd
prsiented me a bottle of Hood's BarsapartlU,
which I began to take. Tho relief was quick
and two bottles cured mc completely, I author.
lie the use of my name and portrait In recom
mending IIooil's Carssparllla, for I think It a
very valuable medicine. I rccommond It to all
who may be afillcted with rheumatism or eld
Hood's -" Cures
fever sores, as I know of a lady Iu Oakland who
has been cured of ulmrs by this wonderful med
icine." 0. D. Tatuick, No. 3C5 California Bt,
Stockton, Californls. Get HOOD'S.
Mood'o PIII3 act vastly, yet prompUyaad
cfflcloutly, on tho 11 cr and bowali. SSc
HOIlItON, NKWMAN & CO.,
AputitH for llnwallan Islands.
Postponed Until Farther Notice,
gjEr" W.uon ton tiiu AnnouncemsstI
It can lio proved
Of any papei
ty of NK
d wants of
OOOD3 to meet the taste am
our Umna community. Apart
from fine stock nf
Presentation and Miscellaneous Books and
- IS THE NEW SEASON'S -
That must bo seen to be appreciated.
Also a lino bf
Japanese Fapor Cropo Books
Of Jingles and Fairy Tales.
Additional to a bowllderlng supply of the
customary good goods for all good
people Is a stock of
That aro ai useful ai they are novel and
attractive, and of all kinds and sites.
Dolls & Dolls' Sundries
tW Bant a Clam' Hiadqvartsm has
always been noted for Its supply of Dolls
and all the etceteras of dolldom, and this
season leads them all.
Nankin Doll?, line Dolls. Ilubber Dolls,
China Dolls, Dnlls with Fine French Ills
nun Heads, Dolls with socallcd Unbreak
able Heads, China Heads.
Tv"Yr T C with ileal Human Hair,
LJKJLjLjO Dolls with Natural Look
ing Hair, sonio with Tow Hair, Woolly
Hair, and some with No Hair at all.
Sleeping Soils, "WakofulDolla, Smil
ing Dolls, Crying Dolls.
TVYT T Q In Full Dress, Half Dress
JLVJLJLjQ and Undress and ranalng
from about threa Inches to nearly thrco
fuct In site, and from ten cents to several
Ltdj Dolts, Girl Dolls, Boj Dolls, Btbj Dolls
French Dolls, English Dolls,
(lernian Dolls, American Dolls,
Ksiiulmaux Dolls, Indian Dolls,
Mulatto Dolls, Darkey Dulls.
TV"T T Heads, Doll D
UKJLiLi WIki, Doll's A
Uhocs, Doll's Stockings, Doll's 1
1'antKols. Doll's Jcwofrv. Doll's Funs. Doll's
ics. Doll's Hats. Doll's
Cradles, Doll's llrdstcads, Doll's Trous
seaux, Doll's Carriages, Doll's Tea Bets,
vnli Hcts and sets of lots of necessary
things to complcto tho happiness of a
doll's mamma's life.
Filial liberal provision Is mado In all tho
Robber Toys, Wooden Toys,
Tin Toys, Horn Toys,
Iron Toys, Paper Toys, Etc.
OUTDOOK O.VME8, INDOOR OAMKB
That are a Joy to behold.
Everybody and all agrs tiruvldrd
for at Santa ClavV JlKAbgUARtcai.
Shamrock Linens 1
I httvo much pleasure in
advising my numerous cli
ents that I havo received
advices that tho Smamkock
Linkns Imvo been ncconled
Tho Highest Award, . . .
. . . Medal and Diploma
at tho Chicago World's Fair
for Tahlo Linen, Towels,
Sheeting, Pillow Linen,
Ilaudkorchiofs nud Km
hroidory. W. C. SPROULL,
Bole Agent for tho Hawaiian lnlandH.
KOR SAN KRANCISCO.
Till: Al BTRAMBIIIl
WIM. LKAVK HONOI.UI.U
lOlt TltC AIIOVK I'OIIT ON
Saturday, January 6th,
Tho undersigned nro now iiroparcd to
Ihsiki ThroiiKh Tlcketa from this City to nil
points In tliu United Htat's.
ftf Tor further partli'iilum rcKardlng
Krel;lit or I'uiiaayo, upply to
W.M. (1. IHWIN .V CO., I.'p,
uit)-m (lonornl AKuntii.
rNANI AFTP.lt Tin:
lbOt. thu retalllukiof Dry (lootls will
OIU-lw Tlir.O. H. DA VI KB A CO.
U11 i 1W II i 1)
I TRADE 1
V MARK C
W.F.Reynolds, : Prop.
is tub noss rni:sENT.
DOLLS & TOYS
at spkciai.lt low rntcEs.
DOLM Nicely Dressed 55c. and U:
DOLI.9 Better Drcucd $1.
DOL1.S ltlcbly Dressed f 1.75 to f 7.W.
Fine EriguShUressed Dolls
With evorythlnit to take olT0 nnd
Doll Heads and Bodies
TKA 8KTH, VA8KS, KTC.
a HULTtrt'L DisrLAV or
Parses, Card Cases,
Our Children's Books
Aro I'.xccptlonally I'lnc.
Head our Cntaloaito nnd von will
surely llnd soinuthlng you want.
IltON I'ASSr.NOKIt TltAINS.
IUON KUKinilT TltAINH.
I-TO.. KTC. KTC, KTC.
Tli alOT Rtorn hi recrlveil another
Hlendld Involco of
JapanescSilk & Fancy Goods
Per S. S. uOceanio."
Beautiful Silk and Crape
Cushions, TuMo C'overii,
llvd ('orcrK, Go n nn,
Silk and Cotton Kimonos
IN OltKAT VAItir.TY.
VSJv Iniectlun lti'Heutfnlly Invllod.
Hotel Street (Arlington Block)
Mrs. J. P. P. Gollaco, Proprietress.
On and after tho lt dny of January,
1H!H, tlio Htoro known an "K.V MAI IX"
will bo closed out nnd ho rutlrrd from
huilnuni its fust in iotUilt'.
Cuth will h exni'trd fnrall HaltMiiftor
that date. Price will he reiliu'ed i
Patrons uro ntnicitcd to xcttlo their
accounts as rupIJIy us o!iible.
MRS. 0. E. BOAnDMAN,
INFOHStATION IB WANTIU) AS TO
tho whereahouts of
MANUr.i. anoitar. iianna,
u lmtlvu of llcynmt, Byilney, 37 years of
ane; marrlul. Anyoim knowlnt! where ho
can ho found will confer u favor liy coin-
iiiutilcatlne with . .
WM. i IHWIN A O. I.'ii..
Dee. 22, lHiXt. (013-ttv) Honolulu. 11. 1.
11. DAV1KH A t'O.'S HTOHK
be uloed on Tnusduv. tliu Uud
day of Januury, for stock.takliiK.
can lately urrivt'd hem would like a
situation for general work either Iu husU
Man. farm or private house.
Address, "A. A.," llulletln Ofll.-e.
JJ mind Children or do Otnvral House.
work. Apply at this Ulnce. uio-iw
1 i . 1 1 i
A LAItGi: AND USIQt'i: APSOllTMF.ST NOW Ol'F.N AT
N. S. SACHS'
Ladies' M Bon Black Silk
Haall FaiiteH Si Scarfs ami Tins !
Haul FaiiilGd Mm, M Mi Etc.
AT EXCEPTIONALLY LOW PItlCES.
New Fancy Table Covers and Table Scarfs !
A FINE ASSORTMENT OF
Lace Tidies, Lace Scarfs & Lace Sets !
A FINE VARIETY OF
Ladles' Leather Purses, Hand Bags and Card Cases!
A NEW ASSORTMENT OF
Painted Swiss Fans, Lace Fans & Feather Fans !
AT VERY LOW PRICES.
LADIES' FINS SILK HOSE IN ALL COLORS '.
Real Lace Handkerchiefs, Chiffon Bows, New Sash Ribbons,
SPECIAL BARGAINS IN
Ladies' Embroidered Handkerchiefs !
Come and km our KMDKOIDKUKD IIANIlKKIM'IIIKKS at !., l'-"io. mid
'JiX'. Oitr Z'k. assortment can't bo li-nt.
BIG BARGAINS IN EMBROIDERED SILK HANDKERCHIEFS.
AM IMMENSE ASSOHTMENT OF
Ladies' Embroidered Flounces in Dress Lengths
AT $3.00, S3.D0, $3.75 AND UPWARDS.
Ladles' Cashmere Shawls, Embroidered Scarf Shawls and Crepe Shawls
IN ALL COLORS AND (Jl'ALtTltS.
GREAT BARGAINS IN
Embroidered Cloiki and
V- II yon are looking for Holiday Ooodi, call and . our nin.ijti-f n .ofnur.t
befuru making jour iurclme clonliero.
N. S. SACHS,
M. S. LEVY
WHERE 1113 WILL BE HAPPY TO
MEET ALL HIS OLD CUSTOMERS
AND THE PUBLIC IN" GENERAL.
Dry Goods and Gents' Furnishings.
PATI'.NTKl) UNDKIt Till: LAWS
THE UXI)KRSI(lNEl) HAVE IJEKN AITOIS TED S-iI.E AtlENTS POU
tln-'co Hiiiikiiiikiis and uro nmv ir('i.iri'(l In nroit milir.
Tho gri'itt utlvan(ii;vrt to ho ilunvoil fruu Dm iino nf tlm Naiionai. Cast.
KllitKliDKU uro thoroughly oMuIiIIhIii'iI titul url;iiiinh.il,.'i il liy I'l.mtcr
goiierully. Tho litrgo niimlior nf IM.tntcrri luint; thfiii in tlu Pniti-il Stalin, Culm,
Argentino Itupnblic, Pith, Att-trali.i uml 'Ui'vlitic, lioir witnr to tin
Tliu iuo of tlio HiiitKDDliU very l.ircly niiKiiHiili. the iti.intii if c.im
tlm mill cu Kriml C25 to oO ,,), nUo the cxtmotioii o( jnioo (o to 1.' ).
It )h n nic r.t kuiogintril, mukiiii: known nt ont'o llio prociu'i' of any
piece nf iron, Htitki'K from cn, or anytliin wlii'li unnlil Ik li.ihk' 1 1 iliiniiigo
tliu mill, anil allowing am phi timo to roiunvo miiiio hi'for" (ImiininK thu mill.
Tho SmiKDiiKit Iri very utrouly nuulo, ami (nun the manner nf it opera
lion it ontti or Unira then' ini;i:en of wooil or iron without often liuukiiig tlm
SniiRiiiiKit; nnil if anyiliuiK lireakH, it inhimply come of tho kimi or eiHteiH,
which can ho iitieldy uml eeonomieally repl.ieeil. 'I he Mii:r.Mn:n, im iti.
nnmo indic.iitiK, learn tho eam into bhreiU o( arviiu: UmikiIi-, t t tly open
iiiR it ami allowing tho mill to thoroughly yxvt out the juices without n
quiring the immunvu extra power neccbMiry to grnnl or ertuh the wholo
cauo. Tho KniiKiiDKU upreadH tho ohredtletl cauo uniformly uml evenly to
tho mill rollf, anil iloos away with tho necoenity of t-iircutliiig the li.igiibte by
hand between thu mill, whoro regriiuling is in use. No greater amount of
bnilnr capacity U reiptircd to operato tliu Hiihkuiiku than that which w.ik
Hiiflicient fur the mill, for the above reaoune. We furniKli full working
ilrnwingn for tho installation of our .SiuiUDiiuits, enabling .my competent en
yinecr to miccccbfnlly install ami htuit them.
Iu ordering Hiiiii;iuikiik from tin, please fund email sketch, ltnvnie tho
diamoter and width o tho mill ioIIb with which Kiuu:im:it in to be connected,
alo tho hide (either right or left hand iih you face tin- ihl.vciy hide of the
mill), upon which the mill engine U located, aUo the In iht from floor line
to center of front mill roll shaft, ami ilUtiiuco center this th.ift to fiont eml
of bed plate. Them Shukddkiis are now being iimmI by the llilo Sugar t'n.
ami llawi Mill, Kohalu, where tluv aro eivini; ureal ?uuf leiion.
Prlcen ami Inrthcr particuhiia may bo had by applying to
Children's Cloaks t
Bonnota, Muslin Bonnets
and Hits 1
OP Till: HAWAIIAN ISI.WIW.
IRWIN & CO., LU,
Solf AijuiIi far tr ItimnUnu ni.,