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OAUU RAILWAY AND LAND CO,
IT.OM AND AITKUJUNK I. 181)3.
To Ewa Mill.
Leave Honolulu . . . .
Leave lenrl City...,
Arrive- Ewa Mill....
l.nvo Kw.i Mill..
C. f uiiilnys excepted.
D. Saturdays excepted.
Wu SaUij g Utln.
WEDNESDAY, JAN. , 1891.
Wf.iisimimy, Jan. 3.
Stmr Kinau front Hawaii and Maul
Tl'imiiay, Jan. 2.
Am bktnu 8 N Castle, Hubbard, forSan
Wr.nsi.KnAY, Jnn. 3.
Am ljktno Oct) C Perkins, Mans, for Ban
Stmr Kunlu for Wnlanae, Walnlun, Moku-
loin, Lalu, Knliuku and 1'unnluuatO
Htmr W (I Hall for Ulinlna, Mnalacn,
Koiin, Knn mid Vutcnno at 10 a m
Stmr Wnlalcnto for Kukuilinclo and Hono-
knn nt 10 m
Stmr Lehua for Olownlti at I p m .
Vossola LoavliiK To-morrow.
Stmr Jntues Mnkco for Knp.ia nt I p in
Cargoon from Island l'orto.
Stmr Kiimu -!i.'"t li.i;; iMijyir, 121 li.-ti, IWt
but i-tilntixH,.") Iiiig uorn,2!i Iior, HI
h-ij't Imiic- mid 110 pkgs suudrlci.
IVom Maul mid Hawaii, tier itmr Klnnii,
.liti :i -MUn Cahlll, Mis (larlio, Mm (larbc,
Mm I'lirln'o. Mlit A !' JolillMin, Mitt I.ota
Wilder, Mr I! (' llond, J C MliclieNon, W
II Uomkk. T I tfcwln, K lllraokn, I) C
l.liHlirv, f II CornwHI. C K Horner, WIU
Icr Wight, llonry .ludd, Uro O Iletkley,
Jr. nnd 21! tWk.
for ."an Trnni'ltco, per liktno lleo C Per
kins, .lun 3 Edwin llalley.
1'iir Molol.nl, jkt atmr Mokolll, Jnn 2
It 0 I. Perkins, Miss Ellen (llbson.
Tor .San I'rauclrco, per liktnu H N Cut
Ik-, Jnn 2- Mlii I. Adlcr, (' J Ashton.
Tor Maul, iier nlmr Clattdlnc, Jan 2 II I'
Kildwiii nn.l wife, Miss M llaldwin, MLs
Alexander, J l Anderson, Father do Coni
mk, II Noonnn, M II Itcutnr and IXIdcck,
For Knunl, iter stuir Mlkahaln, Jnn 2 0
11 Wllllsaiid wife. Miss Unlen, Miss Maro
nle, Mr Kanou, lm Kaulukon, (leo Car
ter, J W Short, A lluai, J II McSorley. O
Heholz, Jot Mori-e, I Chinese and 30 deck.
For Maul nnd Hawaii, cr atmr W U
Hull. Jim 3-J Jnrgoniou nnd wife, Mabel
Kalll, l.eo Tnl. Itobt Mnknhnlupn, T K It
Anmlii, Win While. J K K Kauhl, DrO A
Ca 1 1 mi I mid wife, llin Coullll'e, K taziirus
The steamer Juioc Mnkcu will lenvo for
Kupau at I o'clock to-morrow aftornooii.
The harkctillne H. N. Cattlr left for Han
Francisco yesterday with tliu follow Iiik
shipment! W. (I. Irwin .t Co., 13, V a bags
sugar; domestic value, f.11,1111.
The Imrk Annie JoliiKon and I-mm ted
barkuntlnu 11. I-'. Crocker were nt Hllo
when the blenmcr Klnnn left. The former
had Jiiiil begun loading and the C. r.
Crocker was to lond In about three weeks.
The burkentlno tlco. (,'. i'urklna which
lulled to-iln y took 2150 baes sucar, hliiicd
by T. 11. Davie .V Co. consigned to WII
IIiiiiik, Dliuond V Co.; nnd 1173a bag sugar,
C. Ilrewer it Co. to Welch it Co.; totui
welaht 712 ton and villnu $7,7IH.II.
ItAVAIIAN NATIONAL BAND.
Now Mueic and Now InstrumonU -Will
Try to Play at the Hotol.
Tlio uiombors of Ihu Hawaiian
National band liavo boon hard nt
prautico for tliu past fow wcoks on
buvoral now jiiecea arranged by tboir
bnudtnastor, J. Libornio. Among the
elections which ho has rocontly ar
raugod is a nii'dloy of old Hawaiian
tiongF, which it is a ploasuro to lioar.
Crowds of pooplo have boon Hock
ing around tho Aylott premises on
Fort struct, wlioro tho Nationals
practice daily. Tho "boys" still
continue to livo and sing tho refrain,
"Va lawa mnkou i ka pohaku
Kn ai kamahao o ka aina."
lWo'11 bo conlont with slouo, tho
uuhoard of food of the laud.)
By tho S. S. Australia thoro ar
med for the band tho following new
instruments, viz.: 2 Ii basses, 1 pic
colo mid 1 bassoon. Thoso instru
ments came direct from Belgium,
not being obtainable on the Const,
nnd comploto the baud set. Tho
bandsmen are iu a happy frame of
mind and will endeavor to give a
concert at tho Hawaiian Hotel to
morrow evening. It is hoped that
nrrniigeinuuts will bo perfected to
this end, us it is a long time since
n public concert was givon by tho
DEATH OF KELIIUAPA.
Ciuiaod by n ImUI Whilo Ho Was
In his import of a post mortem
external examination made on Kelii
hapa, who was found dead yostor
day, Dr. Cooper finds that doath
was caused by coiohral honiorrhago
through either n blow inflicted or
accidental violence. From tho evi
dence adduced deceased was n habi
tual drunliaid and had bceu picked
up outride tho Koyal School on
Mouthy evening and carried home,
lie was put on tliu veranda and
covered with n blanket. At 12
o'clock yesterday ho was found
liii,' ni:. a lew minutes afterward
nxpitcil. The coroner's jury gavo n
verdict this afternoon in accordance
Willi the facts. The man had fallen
on some hard substance while in a
state of intoxication. Deputy Mar
ilial Drown sat ns coroner.
liOOAL AND GENERAL NEWS.
W. H. Coruwoll is iu town.
Tho Holomua has boon enlarged.
0. F. Horner of Lahaina is in
President Dole is again In poor
Tho Kiiiau had 153 four-logged
Frank Gortz is sticking to his last
A man to shoot cats h wanted
Ring up 290.
Howard for a lady's gold watch
and chain lost.
William White ha? returnod to
Tho urin is prevalent in town.
Many children aro affected.
T. P. Sovorin, photographer, is
back from tho othor islands.
Diamond Head, 3 p. in. Woathor
cloudy, wind frosli northeast.
Tho steel bark Villalta,Capt. J.C.
Kitchiu, is duo from Liverpool.
Members of tho Sailors' Homo
Society will not forgot tho mooting
Vico-Presidont F. M. Hatch of tho
P. O. loavos on tho S. S. Australia
for tho Coast.
Edward Ryan has boon succeeded
in tho foromnnship of Engine Co.
No. 1 by M. N. Kennody.
Tho nativo uowspnpor known as
Ka Lei Momi has had Its naino
changod lo Ka Makaainaua.
A largo nutnbor of tho P. O. spe
cials wore lot out tho last of tho
month, and aro walking tho stroots.
.Tamos F. Morgan will sell that
valuable town property, tho Einmoa
residence, at auction on Saturday at
China Engino Co. No. C, with a
complomout of forty-two mou, will
hold an eloction of officers this
Tho deaths for December were 5
nnd not 07 as stated yestordny. Tho
latter number belonged to Docotn-
iio r, injv).
Mr. Jas. F. Morgan will soil house
hold furniluro at tho residence of
Mrs. .1. K. Ailau at It) o'clock to
inoriuw. See adv.
The phonograph in the Arlington
block still draws. Numbers of poo
plo bought their own holiday soro
nades thoro for a nickol.
Judge Whiting has boon callod
back from a vacation boy on d tho
mountains to sit as a substitute Jus
tico in tho Supreme Court.
Mrs. and Miss Qerbor of Philadel
phia arrived from a trip to Madam
Polo by tho Kinau this morning,
also Miss Cnlilll of Honolulu.
E. A. Jacobson, having snugly es
tablished hitinolf as n watchmaker
and jeweler, puts a card iu this pa
por where all tho pooplo will sou it.
Dr. Caprou, who recently return
od from tho Status with a bride, re
turned to his homo in Kati, Hawaii,
on tho steamer W. 0. Hall this
Tho Hawaiian National band ex
pect to give a coucort at tho Ha
waiian Hotel on Friday evening,
complimentary to pnssongots leav
ing by tho S. S. Australia.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Jno. Ailau and a
numborof Hawaiian girls leave on
tho S. S. Australia for tho Mid
winter Fair. Mrs. Ailau take an
exhibit of Hawaiian curios.
A grand ball was givon at Uio
Hilo court house on Monday night
last, Now YoarV, by tho young mou
of Hilo. Tho alfair was largely at
toudod and highly enjoyed.
Sixty-six Japauosu wore liuod $:.27
each latoly for refusing contract sur
vice with the Paauhau plantation,
Hamakua. Thoy had struck work
for an alleged scarcity of water.
Dr. MuWayuo returnod from tho
othor side of the island to-day for
modiciuo for his Japanese servant
man, who has been takou down ovor
thoro with a sovoro attack of tho
You get tho newest and tlto latest
not news but ladies' and chil
dren's furnishings nt tho store of
N. S. Sachs. See his list of special
ties appearing the firt time in this
W. P. Boyd. U. S. Vico-Consul-Gonoral,
and wife loavo on tho S. S.
Australia fnr n vnnntimi. Tim lintmv
couple lenvo n host of friends wiio
will gladly welcome them back
The United Chinese Society elect
ed the following ollicors on Monday
last: Goo Kim, Prosidont; Wong
Kwai, Vice-President; Chang Kim,
Secretary; Wong Wnh Fui, Tron
Buror. A bluejaokot from tho U. S. S.
Philadelphia was reported as hav
ing broken his liberty yostorday
afternoon. A roward of .10 was
offorod for his apprehension, but up
to noon to-day lie had not been
All that tho now oleotrie works aro
waiting for is some irou piping from
tho Honolulu Iron Works. This has
been dolnyod on account of tliu re
pairs to tho Miowera. When it i&
furnished, the works will start up
almost at an hour's notice.
J.J. Evans died in Hamakua on
Christmas day. lie was a nativo of
England, I'm years of age, and had
boon a resident of Hawaii 25 years.
His ostnto valued at $2000 he willed,
tho day before his death, to James
Driscoll, an intimate friend.
The Volcano of Kilauca is re
ported ns being very notivo. Visi
tors who returned in the steamer
Iviuau to-day say they have never
witnessed a grander sight. There
woro three heavy Hows of lavn whilo
n party was down Friday night.
BOARD OF EDUCATION.
Appointments of Teachers Resigna
tion of the Board.
Thoro was a mooting of tho Board
of Education this morning, all throo
motnbors now horo being prosont,
also W. J. Smith, Secretary, aud A.
T. Atkinson, Iuspoclor-Gouoral.
Mrs. Frashor was appointed to
tho position iu Kauluwela school,
mado vacant by tho resignation of
Inspoctor-Gonoral Atkiusous ac
tion In rearranging tho positions of
toachers In tho Honokaa school was
W. Lewis Horner was appointed
to tho Waipio school, in placo of
Cyril Smith, who asks for a transfer.
Tho following communication was
forwarded to Prosidont Dolo:
"Office of the Board of Education,
"January 3, 1893.
"To His Excellent S. B. Dole, Pre
sidout of tho Councils. '
"Sir. Agrooablo to tho wish ex
pressed in tho roport of tho com
tnittoo appointed to roport on tho
Board of Education, wo horoby len
der our resignations as mombors of
tho said Board.
Signodl "S. M. Damo.v,
It will bo romotnborod that the
roport roforrod to, adopted by tho
Councils, rocomnioudod tho resigna
tion of tho Board depleted as It is
by absouloos and tho organization
of a now Board of six mombors, half
of whom may bo women.
Fooplo doing Away.
Tho following passongors aro book
ed at tho offlco of W. G. Irwin & Co.
to lcavo for tho Coast on the S. S.
Australia on Saturday uoxt. A nutn
bor aro going to nttend tho Mid
winter Fair iu Snn Francisco: Miss
Kaauwni, Mrs. M. K. Koohokalolc.
Miss Router, U. Stillman, wifo and
two children, J. Smith, M. McVoy,
Jr., Master Shnrratt, Mrs. Victor.
Master Richards, Jno. Ailau and
wifo, Mrs. Lothrop, Mrs. Garrett
and son, F. R. Robinson, F.W. Bliss,
Mrs. E. C. Bond, Miss Crawshay, C.
Bohuo, W. Watorhouse, F. M. Hatch,
A. L. Williams ami son, M. Phillips,
S. Cloniontf-on and wife, Hon. Sain
Parker, II. A. Idonmuti, Jr., Miss
K. Coruwoll, W. P. Boyd and wifo.
S. S. Mtowora.
It has not boon decided as yet
when the S. S. Miowora will loavo
for tho Coast. Pursor Munro could
not give any other information than
that tho steamer will loavo ns soon
as possible Slio was engaged this
morning taking in stone ballast aud
steam was got up on her, which
made people bollovc that sho wan
Soingaway to-day. Captain Wool
ridgo is now iu command of the
Miowera and will lako hor lo tho
Coast, whoro it is presumod sho will
bo thoroughly repaired.
Aluu Bonullt Concert.
Miss Albn wai waited upon by
representative persons yesterday,
aud toudorod a benefit ou behalf of
tho community. Sho graciously uc
coplod the olTor, and tho coucort
will lako placo Saturday evening.
On that occasion tho Misses Albu
will ropeal by request the duet from
tho opora Norma, "Hoar mo Norma."
which gavo so much plunsurv.nt their
first concert. Mnuy pooplo aro eagor
to hoar thorn ring, "Vo banks and
A Funny Wnuor.
A. II. Loobousleiii and David West
mado n wager at Hilo ou the ques
tion of tho Quooii'h restoration be
fore tho ond of the year. The pen
alty to tho loser was lhnt,drossod in
a convict's suit, ho should propel
tho winner about town in a wheel
barrow willi bell ringing. West was
the losing party and presumably tho
Hiloltos have had tho fun by this
Sunday School Picnic.
The teachers and inotnborsof tho
Sunday school of tho second congre
gation of St. Andrew's Cathedral
aro invited by Mr. T. II. Davies to
attend a picnic to bo given at Ro
inoudGrovo on Thursday, January
lth. Tho train will loavo tho station
at half-past ten o'clock.
A Boston Dressmaker
Quickly Curod cf Oour
All Who Cuffor similarly, R
member, HOOD'S CURKt.
Mm. r. VT. Barker
Tub lady h n well-known and popular
dressmaker. Sho says:
"ThcioUnoi-iltUtl.a r.!jout Hood's Bampa
rtlla. 1 want to Ul huwr o,ul:!.ly It cured mo ol
our stomach, wlilc.'i liad troubled tuo for oyer
year, I couM not oven talco n swallow of water
but whit I suftcrcil from r.Utre and acldlir
Wheu I liccun lo talco IIoodM Himparllla I
couhl ico cooil cffccti from tho first tlircodosei.
I continued until 1 had tukon threo hottlci and
Hood's ;-'- Cures
havoliconrutlrclr currtl. I Clio thll lUt
meut for tho henoflt nt others who mo suffering
similarly." SIus. 1". W. lUUUKit, 41 Cbosta
l'arlc, l'.ojton, Masj
HOOD'O PlLLQ r tli bil lnr.dlunt MU
UlUl6lMtUmCU:iC4lct. TTTbOt 0.
UOnUOS, NKWMAN A CO..
Aircnts for llawullan Islamli,
One Man Killed and Five Injured at
Tho men at tho Hamakuapoko
mill wero hoisting the smokestack
thoro on Monday last, whon, just as
it was being put into placo, tho coar
iug gavo way and tho uionstor chim-
noy ion. in laiuug it sirucK a Japa
nese laborer, killing him instantly.
Five othors who w oro employed fn
Hoisting too siacK wore more or less
InjurodT Mr. Lindsay, book-keeper
n Umi nlonlnllnn Arrirnri nil fllA
steamer Kinau this morning to re
port tne catastropne to me agents,
and to make arrangements with the
Honolulu Iron WorKs lor a
Carlton Cornwell, foreman of the
Gazotte, Middlotown, N. J., believes
that Chamberlain's Cough Rernody
should bo in ovory homo. Ho usod
it for a cold and it oQocted a speedy
euro. He says: "It is indoed a grand
romedy, I cau rocommond to all. I
liavo also scon it usod for whooping
cough, with tho best results." 25
and CO cent bottles for salo by all
doalors. Bonsou, Smith & Co., agonts
for tho Hawaiian Islands.
An unusual attractive vorloty of NEW
0001)8 to mcot tho Usto and wants of
our Island community. Apart
from a flno stock of
Presentation and Mlscellaneons Books and
- IB TIIK NKW 8i:.V80N'H -
1TOR, 1 BQ4.
That mint bo seen to be appreciated.
Also n lino of
JapanoHO Papor Cropo Books
Of .Unglvs and Kutry Tulei.
Aildllliinat to a U'wllilerlni; intiply of tlir
(MKtiiinary good goods for all kim'
woplo Ii a ntook of
That aro ns useful n thoy aro novel and
attractive, and of all kind and sires.
Dolls & Dolls' Sundries
XlVHlMTA Cl.AU' llMIHlllAltrXR llM
atwuys been noted for Us supply of 1MI
and nil tlio U.'eteran of Uolldain, nnd tlili
soaion lends them nil.
KID DOLLS, "LM,a
Nankin noils, Ita Dolls. Hubber Dolls.
China DolN, Dolls with Hnu French UU
(pie lli'Mils, Dolls with aocallrd Ulilirenfe
nble Heads, China Heads.
TWY1 I C with Ileal lluiinu Hair,
UKJJuIjO Dolls with Nutnrul IahiU
Iiik Hair, aoino with Ton Hair. Woolly
Hair, and some with No Hair at ull.
Stooping DolU, WnkofulDolU, Ouill
ing Dolls, Crying Soils.
TVM I C in Kull Dross, Half Druiit
LjyjljJuiD and Undress uudraiiKltiK
from u bmit throo Inches to nrarlv thrcn
feet iu fu, mid from tell cenit toti'veral
Lady Dolls, Girl Dolls, Boy Dolls, Baby Dolls
I'lilich Dulls, Ihiultah Doll,
Ovrmau DolN, American Dolls,
KviiiIiiiiiiix DolN, 1 lid til ii Dulls,
Mnliitlu Dolls, Durkoy Poll,..
CradluH, Dolt'i DedstcadM, Dull' Troon
seaiix, Doll's Carriages. Doll's Tra bets,
Waili UetM and setit of luti of nectary
things to L'Oinplelo tlio liapplnvsn of a
doll's mainiiiu'if life.
Ktiul liberal provision Is made in all the
Rubber Toyi, Wooden Toys,
Tin Toys, Horn Toys,
Iron Toys, Paper Toys, Eto.
OUTDOOU OAMES, INDOUK IIAMCH
... b o o k: s ...
That aru a joy lo behold.
Kvervhiidv nnd all iilth nrovlded
for at tix I'LAiih' llKW.Liu.uin.in.
fhiivt) much ploasuro in
udvising my mimurous cli
ents (hut I liavo received
advice that tho Silamiiock
Linens have hoon (icconleil
The Highest Award, . . .
. . . Modal and Diploma
at llio Chicago World's Fair
for Table Linen, Towels,
Sheeting, Pillow Linen,
UnudlvorchicDi and Km
hroidtry. W. G. SPROULL,
Sole Aff nt for tlio lluwalluii Islntidt.
TVM I Hnads, Doll llodliM, Dull
lJJLilj'ui, DoII'h Amu, Doll's
diiocn, Doira Hiockincs, Doll's nuts, Doll'
I'anuoN. DoII'h Jowulrv.DollN Kmiis. Dull'
W.F.Reynolds, : Prop.
IS TUB II03S l'ltKSCYr.
DOLLS & TOYS
Ar srn'Ui.Lv low rmi'ci.
D0LI.S Nicely DreisiM S5o. nnd JOl-.
D01.I.S Itetter Droised .
DOLLS I'.lchly Drewd $1.75 to $7.GO.
Fine English Dressed Dolls
With everything to take oil (Ootid
Doll Heads and Bodies
TKA SETS, VA8K9, ETC.
a iitAcnruL nisrLW or
Purses, Card Cases,
Our Children's Books
Aro Eicuptlonully I'liu'.
(H FT BOOKS!
Head our Cidiiloijile and Voii will
Mirely tlnd somctliliiK )ou wnnt.
IUON KUKKIIIT T1IAINS,
I HON COACIIKH,
LTC, ETC., ETC.. r.TC.
The above Store liia received nnotlicr
Splendid Ilivolco of
I n nc
Per S. S. "Oceanic"
Beautiful Silk and Grape
Cuahloili, Taliht I'oVi'ri,
lied t'oviri', (low hi,
DOILIRS, Si'A IM'S,
Silk and Cotton Kimonos
IN OltEAT VAItlETV.
tTA- Inctloii Hrieelfiilly Invited.
Hotel Street (Arlington Block)
Mrs. J. P. P. Gollaco, Proprietress.
THE Al BTEAMHIllI'
WILL LEAVE HONOLULU
KOII Till. AHOVr. nuiT
Saturday, January 6th,
The iinderalnni'il urn now prepared to
Ittxuu Through Tickets from this City to all
polntH in tho United Stiitu.t.
For further tuirltciilura rei'urdliiK
Frulglil or I'utsnge, apply lo
WM. II. IIIWIN .V: CO., I.'i,
ti!)-i;t iliinenil Agents.
Postponed Until Further Notice,
tW Watch nm Tin: An.nouncksikstI
Kvtry ileicrlption oJOU I'll IXTI NU
dour ul the Jhdldiii OJJkt,
JapaDcseSilk & Fancy Goods
The Newest and tne Latest
CAN ALWAYS BE FOUND AT
3T. S. SACHS'
Oao Fort Street, Honolulu,
The "Mother's Friend" Patent Shirt Waist!
This Ii the lateit Improvement in HoyV Shirt Wntkt.t and n true friend to
mothers! no more buttons to sew on, us these cannot como oil. We have
them In white and In fancy percales from 05 cent upward
BOYS' CALICO WAISTS IN ALL SIZES AT a'. CENTS.
I-ntest Shapes In
Children's Cloth Caps, University and Pinafore
We bare them In Cream, Cardinal, Navy "lue and Seal Urown.
OIIILDItEN'S AND INFANT'S FANCY FLANNEL COATS at very ..w price.
WATEIIED SASH K1HI10NS IN ALL COLOHS.
THE ADELINE BLACK STOCKINGS
They arc pronounced the best by all who have given them a trial. Wo liavo
them for ladles, gents, children and Infants. In plain, rlblx-d, drop stitch
and open work. . . . LadleV Adeline Black Stocking reduced to CO cents
per pair. . . . Ladies' Diamond Black Stockings at i' cents per pair.
Have yon teen the CHILDREN'S SCHOOL HATS tbat we are selling for'.Mvnts?
They are just tho thing for Boys or Oirls.
M. S. LEVY
D k Q
J 1 U
WHERE HE WILL 113 HAPPY TO
MEET ALL HIS OLD CUSTOMERS
AND THE PUBLIC IN GENERAL.
Dry Goods and Gents' Furnishings.
National Cane Shredder
PATENTED UNDER THE LAWS OF THE HAWAIIAN ISLAND-
.iiiiflLiWVrJH 'I C '5v
llaKLHCjBEn liJrm wfTsW7Kr
THE UNDEItSIONEl) HAVE BEEN APl'OINTKD SOLE AdENTS FOK
tlicso BlliiKUiiEitH mill uro now prupureil U rocoivo onlor.
Tlio irrcut odvaiititi'cii to be derived Imih tlio iiko nf tlio National Uank
SiiiiKiiiiKit uro thoroughly ctubllttlieil mid uckiiowlcdgcil by Maulers
Tlio lurKo iiiiiubur of rimiteru uaiiiK tbuiu in tlio United States, Cuba,
Argentine Uopuhlic, l'oru, Auntrulia ami elsewhere, bear wilnena to tliu
Tliu lido of the Hiiukddkr very largely augiiicnU tliu iiuanlity of eane
tliu mill can grind (25 to 60,), alu the extraction of juice (u to VIZ).
It U a great vafeguanl, making known at once tliu presence of any
pieceri of iron, iitakcs from cars, or anything which would bo liable to damage
Ihu mill, and allowing am pie time to remove same beforn damaging the mill.
Tliu Siikeddkr is very strongly made, and from tliu manner of its opera
tion it cuts or tuara theeo nieces of wood or iron without often breaking tliu
HiiiiKDDKit; and if anything break, it is tdmjily somo of tliu kuives or uulturs,
which can bu quickly mid economically replaced. Tlio BnitKiiDKit, as its
name indicate, tears tho cane into chreds ol varying lengths, perfectly open
ing it nnd allowing tliu mill to thoroughly press out tho juices without ro
Hiring the immoiiHO extra power necescary to grind or cruth tliu wholo
cam). Tliu Siiukduku sproads tho shredded cano unifornily and evenly to
the mill rolls, and dous away with Ihu necessity of spreading tlio bugassu by
hand between tho mills, wliero rcgriudiug is in uso. No greater amount o'f
boiler capacity is required to oporulu thu Smiieiidbk than that which was
lUilUcicut (or thu mill, for tliu abovu reasons. Wo furnish full working
drawings for tho installation of our Hiiukiuikiih, enabling any competent en
gineer to successfully install ami Htait thorn.
In ordering Hintv:iiKitn from us, pleataj semi small -sketch, showing the
diameter and width of tho mill tolls with which Hhkkddeu is to be connected,
ahui the bide (either right or left hand ns you faco the delivery sidu of the
mill), upon which the mill engino li located, iiIko thu height from floor line
to center of front mill roll shaft, and distance center this shaft to front end
of bed plate. Tlit'cu HuiiKDDKiib aru now being used by tho Hilo Sugar Co,
and Hawi Mill, Kohala, wliero-they aru giving groat satisfaction.
t0T Prices mid further particulars may bo had by applying to
Ull anil aftrr tho Ul dny of Jaliuury,
ltl, tho store known as "KA MAILE"
will ho closed out and In) retired from
IiusIiipss us fast as possible.
Cash will ho exHi'li-il furall salcsuftur
that dale. 1'iices will he reduced
1'alroiis are miursti'd lo it'ltlo Ihrlr
nrrouulx as rapidly us Msllile,
MRS. 0. E. BOARDM&N,
lately orrlvud tieru would like a
situation for general wjrk either In bust
ness, fiirui or private I'ouso.
Address, "A. A.," lliill.tln thlliv.
IRWIN & CO., L'd.,
.Sifr Agentt fur I he JlnmtHan Iilmuli,
Circuit Court, First Circuit of tho Ha
waiian Islands. In Probata.
IN THE MATTKIt OK 'HIE KbTA'll.
ul I. UK UANU, hilo of Honolulu, ik
Ou reading and tiling tlio Jtition of H.
Muni, of Kahiilui, Maui, allc(,'lui; that
l.uk bang, of Honolulu, died Intestate nt
Choy Hang, Chiiiu.on the 8th day of July,
A. D. It)37,and praylni; that Loiters of Ad
ministration lesuii to ti. Ahmi.
It Is ordered that MONDAY, (lie l.Mli
day of January, a. D. Irtil, he and hervhy
Is apiHilntod for hearing tuld petltlnii Iu
the Court Itooui of this Court, at Hono
lulu, at which time and place all persons
concerned may apar mid chow caiiKc, If
any tliey have, why raid Klitlou shuiihl
not lie urnuteil.
Dutml Honolulu, II. I., Die. l.'t, 1MU.
lly the C-oiirt:
CHAS. V. I'ETEItKON.
BY A YOUNO UKKMAN UlltL. Tv)
lullid Children or do Uenerul lloute
wink. Apply ut this Utllcc. uli-Uv