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OAHU RAILWAY AND LAND CO,
T 33. .A. 1 1ST S
KIJO.M AND AKTRK JUNK 1. ISO.
To Kwa Mux.
t'nvi- Honolulu ..
l.;uo Pearl City..
Arrive Kwn Mill...
.8:45 1:45 4:33 6:10
.'J::;o 2:30 G:lO G:H)
.9:67 '2:6- 6:30 U:22
0. II. II.
A.M. A.M. r.M
I .rave Ewa Mill..
Iiive Pearl City
.M:'l lo:4:i 3:43 6:42
. .i!:5.r. 11:15 4:16 U:10
..7:20 11:65 4:65 U:45
A. Saturdays only.
'. Sundays excepted.
1. Saturdays excepted.
F'lUDAY, JAN. 0, 1894.
jVE -A. R. I ISTB ISTEWS.
I'iiihw, Jan, f.
Stinr twal.nii from Kaiinl
tinr Kwil.i (nun Knlnlkit
I'ninw, Jmi. 6.
i'AHS Mlmwru, Slntt, for rrtn Prancl-cn
I' M S ti city of lVklni!, Searle, for 8an
Krancucu nt 3 ) hi
Ulmr Klnaii for Lulialna, Maalapa, Make-
na, Malmkona, Knwtilhac, Laupnlioe-
hoe, llakalau, llonoinu, roliakuinanu,
Pcpeckeo, Oiioniea. Piipalkoit anil llllo
ul i III
Stiur Iwalanl for Nautllwlll, llnnamnulu,
ICIInilcn, Knlllilvv.nl anil llnnal.'l at 5
Vossola Lonvlni To-morrow.
OH H Australia, Hmidlclte, lor Nun Kran
cisco nt 1-' noon
Carbons from Talmut Poitj.
.:imr II, mail- mil Imp Miar
Tor .Muni hi id Ilnivall, er luir Klnaii,
.Inn b- Volcano: Ml llurnms, Minn Car
roll Mini . I It Unit. WiuiMirli: M. Kid I Ian
ami dauBhter. lILhop VIIII-. Mm Wlddl
lield, ML A 111., Ml-s lloldwln, It ("alien-
.!.. 1 IM.....I... I lt-.....l If UI..I.....I
Hill. I IIHUHir I' M WU3 If . .Minai.i,
lr Ltiudy, Mr Dickenson, Mint Ilarnard,
; F Horner, .Mlii M Powers, .Mm J I'. Mill
I'roiii llonukonu and Yokohama, ixirSH
City of IVUm;. Jan l-Mr- A H Purkc, Mini
A il Parke, Mr W (' Parke, 18.1 Japanese
mid M t'liinvi.. In trtinsll : TWTTui'
key. Drnnd Mm Furies nud two children,
Mm It M Mateer and child, II U itlblrt,
Mr II Anderson, Minn Hurtcc", Mini tiond,
Mils Admin. Mm K 8 Doll, W II Clminl..
liss, MIm l.atllson.t' 11 Smith und wife,
I. rriH'haika and wife, llov T S Tvng, J
W (lois. I'oon Uay, l'.'T uticriiKO Cliltii'ii
mid li! Europeans (UJ Chinese for tho
I'or Uiuial, iH'r ktmr Jntucs MiiUch, Jan
1'or Kan Franclco, ier H H I'lly of Po
king, from llonohilti, Jan 5 Lieutenant
Itnih mid hrldo and I)r Taylor.
Tim Mi'iimer Iwahiut arrived this morn
ing and luft ni;aln tills af ternooii for Kauai.
Tin. 1'. M. 8. 8. City of Peking, Com.
muiider Static, arrived yeitcrday evening.
12 day from Yokohama, tihe left IIuui;
koiii: Dec. 15th, and vailed from Yokoliaina
on l he :!ltli ut 1:07 p. in.: after Iravlng
Yokohama lird heavy N. V. gale (or four
duy; very rough ea mid "Well oil tho llllh
duy: wind, oi und xnull moderating and
coming from the ea-mard; wind light,
with (onu well; thence to the meridian,
.iiullv weather with light rain. From the
meridian to port had line, elear weather.
The I'eklni; brought mi-, Ioiin of Chinese
new car good, tiiuong which worn 05
likgi". llrecrackerH, 7ll pkes. takl and XM
pkgs. oy. t'umdgui'iu: Ciutle A Cooke.
. A. tk'linefer A Co., V. H. I.nce, N. H.
Sauh, J. 1. collie, V. C. I'urko and Jap
nuete iiicrchiintN. The City of l'ekliiK left
nt 'J o'clock thlt afternoon for ban Kriin
elico. FEAST OF MUSIC.
annul Complimentary Bonulll Con
cert to Miss Julie Albu.
Dolow is the program for tho
grand complimentary concort teu
ilored by residents to Miss Julio
Albu. The Quintet Club will tako a
largo part iu tho ovent, singiug
choruses to duets by tho Misses
Albu. It may bo mentioned that
tho program as hero given is likoly
to receive additions boforo boing
finally printed for tho audionco. No
lover of music should miss this
opportunity, as it will probably bo
long ooioro Honolulu win ngalu uo
visited by such high talent. Tho
concort will bogiu at 8 o'clock to
morrow evening, at tho Opera
House, mid tho program is as fol
lows: riang with Clioiim Aloha (Jo . Herder
Ml Albu ami thu IJulutette Chili.
Kecll. iCare CouipagiiR
i'.iutilia (Jonie pur nioc'eieiio. Ilelllnl
i iluh'lta 'Sovra II Ben. . , i
I Uiuiiici fiolo II Hounaiiihula . . Hull i lit
Mr. W. Kooi;h.
KjiiK Suif-Hueiil Hlrd (liy leiiueal) (jaiu
Ml.-Alliu,ij. It. C. Si.
I'icli.Iii Siilo -II Travlalii. Verdi
limtl lleai Me .Norma llelliui
The MlaM'.s Albu.
Tho quintet Club.
Soiic, Auld Itoblu (Ira).
.arranged l Blr 11 It. Hiuhop
Mint Komi Albu.
I'luli Snlo I'oiiuImi Aiix l.'iir-iilll
itoiii' lie-l of All Moir
Ml Alliu.H. It. C. M.
Holii; ttlth t'lmriiN I.Ike lion Like .Herder
Ms Komi Albu and the IJilinlet
Ililel I would that my love .MemleU-ulin
The Mlet Albu.
Aeenmpiiiili .. I'lof. Ileri'er
lloiiiNiipi u ill 7 ' Ctiiiiiiieuee ul K.
The S. S. I'ily of I'eking look a
biuall mail of I .'ft lotions ami li
papers for tlm I'oa-a in day. Only
tho mail marked "per Peking" was
mini. Dtlmr mail for the C'imil will
linili'.spatcliod by tho S. S. Aiihlralin
to-llliiliow, it l npi'i'it flllii Will
boat (lie rokiug.
'I'lm iKlJaps and hi (.'liiiiuio pas
unguis who ciiuio by tho S. S. City
of Poking yciilordny hate boon plai'wl
LOOAIi AND OENEKAIj NEWS.
Korosono oil has "riz." Standard
Officers of China Engine Co. are
J. H. Conoy has boon appointed
Dopttly Shorifr for Lihtio, Kauai.
Tenders aro askod by C. B. Ripley,
architect, for alterations to a house.
An official notico of new officers
of tho United Chinese Socioty ap
John Kna has not resigned from
tho F. G. Councils, as foreshadowed
ho would in tho morning paper.
Secure your tickot for tho Albu
concert to tako placo at tho Opera
Houso to-morrow oroning. It will
bo a musical treat.
' ' ! -
All cigars sold by Hollister & Co.
aro gouulno, being imported direct
from tho factory. Oivo them a trial
and be convinced.
Three Coroans attracted consider
ablo attention on board thu City of
Peking. Thoy aro bound for tho
Midwinter Fair, San Francisco.
Ono hundred Chiucso aro through
passengers on tho S. S. City of l'o
king bound for tho Midwinter Fair
at San Francisco. They aro to join
Of tho Chiucso passengers on tho
S. S. City of Poking from I ho Orient
and now in quarantine ! I wero males
andOfomalo. Nearly all tho males
had rot urn permits.
Invitations aro out fur the mar
riago of V. M. Graham and Miss
Borgor, daughlor of Prof. H. Itorgor,
bandmaster. Tho ovont will tako
place on Tuosday next.
The Hawaiian National baud ex
pect to give n concert at tho Hawai
ian Hotol on Thursday evening next,
for tho bouofit of passongors by tho
S. S. Monowai, duo to arrive from
tho Colonios on that day.
V. II Chambliss, who spout u
while on tho islands a fow months
ago, was a through paajowrer by tho
City of Peking. Ho was in tiptop
spirits as ho hunted up many old
friends and said ho would lilto to
maki another stay hero only ho had
nu urgent lotter to roturn to tho
SOURCES OV WEALTH.
I'romlclni Now Products For Flnut
hip; in Hawalinu Soil.
Thero wai to bo scon to-day on
the desk of Mr. Jos. Marsdeu, Com
missioner of Agriculture, specimens
of tho fibre of Sansovioria Zeylauica,
grown at tho Government nursory,
and rope made from the same fibre
by hand by n Japanoso laboror at
tho nurxory. It appoars to bo a
superb cordage fibre Tho speci
mens are tagged for tho Hawaiian
exhibit, Miihvinlnr Fair. San Fran-
Mr. Marsdeu said the Sansovioria
was suited for moist, rich noil such
as cofioo planting required, nud its
cultivation could go hand in hand
with that product. Sisal, however,
is tho coming fibre plant for these
islands, tho Commissioner says, as it
will grow on tho most arid autl bur
ron wastes that cau bo found. In
deed, if his language was put down
literally, it would make the reader
boliovo that sisal would grow on n
tin roof or the top of a Fischer xtool
Mr. Marsdeu has on view a lot of
tobacco leaf, in which the curing
procoss is not completed. It is from
htunaira seed grown ai tiiu uoveru
inonl iiursery. The llavor judging
ov tno scent is excellent. Although
this tobacco is most suitable for
wrappors, yet tho Commissioner has
had cigars mado from it which aro
now drying. Ho says it is tho bost
cigar wrappor iu tho world, nud if
it cau bo proporly grown and cured
horo, will bring from S3JA) to Sl.nO a
pound in tho United States.
DISTRICT COURT MATTERS.
Convictions for Opium, Gross Cheat
Ah Wing was found guilty of hav
ing opium unlawfully in possession
iu tho District Court yesterday nud
soutonced to pay a fine of $00.
Paul Stewart for violating pass
port laws, was remanded till Jau. 0.
INaiuo appeared for trial tins
morning to answer to a charge of
gross cheat in Honolulu on Nov. 15,
in that ho sold, with intont to de
fraud a Chinaman, a horse for $10.
It appoars that Naiho found a horse
straying about tho stroots and took
it homo. No oiio claiming ownership
of the animal, Naiho went about
trying to find a purchaser. He
found one iu tho Chinaman, who
proceoded against him iu thu afore
moutlouodsult. Tho horso turned out
to belong to .1. K. Kaiaikawaha.
Naiho was sentenced to twonty days'
imprisonment at hard labor.
Knmaka ploadod guilty to having
cho fa tickets in bin possession and
was sentenced to pay a fine of SlTi,
La n torn Entertainment.
Last evening an instructive and
eujoyablo timo was had by tho uhil
droit of tho St. Audrow's Sunday
school nud St. Potor's Chinese
school, together with tho girls of
St. Andrew's Priory and the pupils
of lolaui College iu the largo school
room adjoining the Cathedral, which
was fairly filled.
The audience was treated to
views on the screen of the great
cities of the world, a tour of India,
Dickens' Christmas story of Gabriel
Grub, a trip to tho Arctic regions
and pictures of tho over fresh fairy
tales so dear (o Juveniles.
lilshop and Mrs. Willis ami the
Sisters of the Priory worn present,
together witli ipiito a number of tin
tiev V II. Kitcat gitoan iuslruc
lie description of the pictures,
while Mr. 1). M. Crowley operated
thu double lanterns.
CHAMBER OF COMMERCE.
Canadian-Australian Cable Recom
mended for Aid.
Thoro was a mooting of tho Cham
ber of Commorco at 10:30 o'clock
this morning to hoar tho roport of a
committeo consisting of Mossrs. T.
H. Davios, C. M. Cooko and II. F.
Glado, appointed at a mooting hold
on Dec. 4, to confer with Hon. Mc
Konzio Bowell, Minister of Trade
and Coinmorco of Canada, on tho
advisability of tho islands having
closer rotations with tho Dominion
Tho committeo rocommonded
urging tho Government to promote
such relations by aiding a transpa
cific cnblo compauy in connecting
tho two countries. They also ro
commonded that a delegation bo
sent from horo to a convention to
bo hold in Canada tho early part of
Tho roport was udoptod unani
mously, nud it was rocommonded
that copies of tho roport bo sont to
Mr. Bowell and tho Hawaiian Min
ister of Foroign Affairs.
Mr. M. Hyman socurod tho privi
lege ttudor tho hoad of new business
to make a motion to tho effect that
tho Chamber of Commorco. throueh
its secretary, communicato with tho
P. G. Councils, and urgo thorn to
appoint n suitable man as appraiser
at tno custom Mouse, thoroughly
conversant with tho valuo of mer
chandise. Tho speaker statod ho
felt it was tho duty of tho Chamber
of Commorco to urgo tho appoint
ment of .a compotont man to tho
situation. Such a man was n groat
uccossity at this port.
After a short discussion the reso
lution was adopted and tho socretary
so instructed. Thoro boing no other
business an adjournment was mado.
Tho following mombors woro pres
ent: F. A. Schaofor. Vico-Prosiuont;
J. B. Athorton, Secretary; T. H.
Davios, C. M. Cooko, H. P. Glado,
M. Hyman, H. A. Widemann, J. A.
Hopper, J. G. Spencor nud V. V.
SAILORS' HOME SOCIETY.
Raport of Flnnucoa and Eloction of
The annual meeting of tho Sailors'
Home Society was held in tho Cham
ber of Commerce room at 11 o'clock
this morning, whou the troasuror's
roport was read, showing receipts,
$10,888.00; expenditures, $15,170.89;
balance In deposit, $1,713.07. Ho
sottrcos: balance iu bank, $1,713.07;
doposit in P. O. bank, $10.75; O. II.
Ac L,. Co., l)AA; total, YZ,WKM.
Liabilities: to contractors, $2,437.93;
balance, $521.8'.). Unpaid subscrip
tions, .?I,01)r. Tho sum of $1,900 A)
had been borrowed from tho ladles'
After reading of tho roport, tho
election of trustees to sorvo for tho
next throe years cntno up. Tho fol
lowing gentlemen wero elected as
trustcos: W. W. Hall, W. G. Irwin,
B. F. Dillingham. A. S. Cleghorn,
n. 1-. uiatio auti r. .May.
The olllcors of tho board wero
uUo eleoteil nnd resulted a follows
C. I. Bishop, president; F. A. Schao
for, secretary; J. IT. Pnty, treasurer.
Kxecutivo committeo: J. B Athor
ton, (5. M. Cooko and A. S. Cleg
At one o'clock this aftoruoon,
LIoul. W. H. Hush, lato of tho U. S.
S. Boston, and Miss Jano Haro woro
united iu marriage at St. Andrew's
Cathedral by the Hov. Alox. Mack
intosh. Tho church was fillod in
every part by an audionco including
leading nociety people nnd olllcors
of I ho l S. Hhips Philadelphia
and Adams. As tho bride nntorod
tho Cathedral leaning on tho arm of
her father, the choir of tho Second
Congregation snug the hymn, '"Tho
voice that breathed o'or lidon."
Major McLeod and S. G. Wildor
wero tho ushers. Miss Bessio Rey
nolds was maid of honor, and Pay
master McDonald, bost man. Soft
music wm played on tho organ
throughout tho coromony by Mr.
WrayToylor. aud Mondolssohn's in
spiring wedding March as tho nowly
marriod couplo loft tho Cathedral.
Liotit. aud Mrs. Itush loft on tho S.
S. City of Poking on their bridal
tour, which will inclttdo a visit to
Eastorn cities nud oxtend for about
Tho P. O. baud plays nt tho Ha
waiian Hotel this ovoulng for the
benefit of guests loaving on tho S. S.
Bishop Willis left on tho stoamer
Kiuatt this aftornoou for Maalaoa,
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS.
Bins vi i.i. in: ukokivkd at the
Olllcu of (.'. 11. Itlphiy, Architect, un
til I o'clock r. m. January 13, lb'JI, and
opened Immediately thereafter, for all the
luboruud materlul required Iu making cer
tain additions and alterations to theltcjl
deneo of C. A. l'eacock, in accordance with
plans nud specifications now on Hie at the
Architect's ofllce, copies ol which way he
had on application,
c. it. itiri.r.Y,
(ri! :;t Architect.
NOTIUK in hereby c,ivcu that tin under
sinned bus been duly appointed ad
ministrator of thu lands of my wife and
uivnelf Hltuuted ill l.lhue, Kauai, and at
Kuutakcla, Honolulu, Uahu. All payments
must he made to the undersigned.
fr-J-'' UF.N1 I!. NAMAIvAOKKAIU.
WI I.I. the pvrMiu who took a parcel
from the Uolden Itulu lltuaar con
iiihiiui; it piece of cloth, please return the
Kiuin and receive their own panel contain
iii;MII: llaudkereliliirs, etc.
IW'l . I". UKYNUI.DM.
None i: ih iu:i:i:iiY uivi.n that
the limb TMiiOHxl, Hlimi Tiihk Hun, lias
this day fold his liiteust Iu the dry goods
and crix'erv Htore, together with Iho lease
of Hie laud' and htlildiuus slluatu iu Ho
nolulu, on llioeormrof lloriituulmind l'en--.acuta
streets, to Tai Kee of the xamu place,
alsu the ijuod Will of the hllilueis heielo
font curried on by him ut .aid stnnd.
SHUN TUMI sr.N
Hoiiiilulu, Jan. 'J lb'JI. Wo iw
' Mr: O. B. r&
Made Over Anew
Chronlo Headache Cured-WMk'
Lungs Made Strong and Woll.
" For yean I had sick headaches every day, afld
I alio had rcry wok Xmrng. Since I hare
-been Uklng Hood's SarsapailUa, I hay
been cniirclr ent-Ml of headaches, and my
Ijiirj are stronjtand wen. Frlsnds often say
How Well You'ro Looking.
I tell tlicm It Is due to Hood's SafsaparUU. I
am small la stature never weighed ever
100 pounds before 'Uklng' Hood's Barsapa
rllla, and at tho Ume I becan taking It I had
run down to 85 pounds, but no it I weigh
Ill '.. My friends thought I would be JmI
long ngt, but I am perfectly well. I am
unable to express my thanks for the good
his dono me." Mrs. C. D. Chid, 1215 Adeline)
Street, Oakland, California.
TTood'o Plllo euro all l.lrtr Ills, Billon.
boss, Jauudico, Indigestion, Sick neadacha,
IIOBIION, NEWMAN & CO.,
Agents tor Hawaiian Islands.
Busiucsa dead ? Not much I
Lea9twiso it is not so with the
California Feed Company. Wo
have made a business for our
selves, which has steadily grown
through all tho hard times othor
people aro complaining about.
Wo have just secured from Mr.
J. F. Colburn his old stand, cor
nor Queen and Nuuanu streets,
and taken possession of those
lnrgc and convenient premises.
Wo had to do so, becauso our
old place at Lolco is too small
for our fnst'incronsing business.
Iu n few days tho hark "Manna
Ala" will bo horo again with her
fourth full cargo of Hay and
Grain, bought by our Mr. J. N.
Wright who will arrivo on that
vessel. Wo prefer to BOlcct our
merchandise ourselves rather
than havo others do it, which
menus that wo get bettor goods
ul a less price.
Wo thank our many friends
for their liberal patronage for
tho past threo ycurs, and hopo
by strict attention to a business
we thoroughly understand to
merit tho palronago of as many
CALIFORNIA FEED (JO.
SATURDAY, JAN. 6th, 1894
Grand Complimentary Benefit
MISS JULIE ALBU, S. R. G. M.
Special nriati:eiiiont of Nvuvr. Aim
will he mui nu Dueth hy the Mi-iikh
A Mm, assisted hy tho
Leading Local Talent will b n . . .
.... Feature ot tin Eveniui'.
mix JDMK a tno
Will tiiiiK "Sinn Sweet nird." lh'st of
All," "Tell Me My Heart.
MISK BODIC ALIIU
Wll Mni; "Anld Robin Gray," ' It Was
a Dream" and a Cavatlna from
THE MIMEri ALBU
As duets, will nIiiu "Hear .Mu Noriuu,"
(by request) nnd "I Would Tlmt My Iajto."
s" Roscrvcd seats $1; other scats 75
and 60 cent-, llox plan open at ! o'clock
this ruornlug at L. J. Lovry's.
M. L. M. PLUNK ETT.
I litiYo iiuiclt jileastiro iu
tidviaing my luiiiietoiid (ili
ent.s that I liiivt recoivetl
uilvictH thai tho Shamrock
Linens liavo bct'ii nceonleil
The Highest Award, . . .
. . . Medal ami Diploma
nl the Chicago WoiIiI'h Fair
ftii' Tahiti hi nun, Towolu,
Shooting, J'illnw Linen,
liuiidkorohiof-. ami Em
luoidoiy. W. C. SPROULL,
Hole Aent (or the liawallun hland'.
V MARK M
W.F.Reynolds, : Prop.
IS Till: IU)3S PRKSENT.
DOLLS & TOYS
at -rEctAi.iv tow Mutes.
DOLLS Nicely Dressed 35c. and 50c.
DOLLS ISetter Dressed $1.
DOLLS lllchly Drc-isod $1.7.1 to f 7.W.
Fine English Dressed Dolls
With everything to take ofl 10 nnd
Doll Heads and Bodies
TEA BETS, VASES, ETC.
BIACTirUL DtsrLtY or
Purses, Card Cases,
Oar Children's Books
Aim r.xrei.tlutiull) I inc.
Rend our Cntnlomtr and von will
surely find .otnethlng you mint.
IRON PASSENGER TRAINS.
IRON KREIHHT TRAINS,
ETC.. ETC.. ETC.. ETC.
n i nan i nmn
-PRESENTS THIS -
An unusual attractive variety of NEW
UOODM to meet tho tasto and wants of
our Island community. Apart
from a Ann stock of
Presentation and Miscellaneous Books and
IS Till: NEW SEASON'S
That must ! sci'ti to be iippreclatnl.
Also a lino of
Japanese Paper Cropo Books
Of Jinnies and Palry Tah"i.
Additional to n lwllderlni; Niiiiply of the
customary koI gumlt for all K'Xd
people Ik n stock of
That are as useful ns they are novol and
attractive, and of all kinds and site".
Dolls & Dolls' Sundries
mW Santa Clavh' Hkaduvahtkrh has
always been noted for its snpply ot Dolls
and all tho etceteras of dolldom, and this
season leads them all.
KID DOLLS, J,.Wa
Nankin Dolls, Rap; Dolls. Rubber Dolls,
China Dolls, Dolls with Fluu French Bis
que Heads, Dolls with socallcd Unbreak
able Heads, China Heads.
TVYT T C wltl Human Hair,
JLAJJLXjO Dolls with Natural Look
ing Hair, some with Tow Hnlr, Woolly
Hair, nnd some with No Hulr at all.
Bleeping Dolla, WnkofulDolla, Smil
ing Soils, Crying Soils.
P.rir r l luFuUDmss, HaifDiess
UKJXuJLjiJ aud Undress und ruiiRlng
from about three ini'hc.i to nearly three
feet In site, nnd from teu cents to several
Lad; Dolls, Girl Dolls, Boy Dolls, Baby Dolls
French DolN, English Dolls,
dermaii Dolls, American Dolls,
EtMiuiniatix Dolls, Indb-i Dolls,
Mulatto Dulls, Durkcy 1-II.
TVf'T T Head', Doll Bodies, Doll
UKJIjLi Wilts, Doll'x ArniN, Doll's
Shoes, Doll'a Stockings, Doll's Huts, Doll's
1'arasoli, Doll's Jewelry, Doll' Fans, Doll's
Cradles, Doll's Bedsteads, Doll's Trous
seaux, Doll'a Currlages. DoII'h Tea Sets,
Wash SctH und e of lots of necessary
things to t'omph'te lln- huppiuvss of ti
doll's inuuimu's lid).
Eitiul lilierul provision I- made Iu till the
Rubber Toyi, Wooden Toys,
IroaToys, Paper ToyB, Etc.
OUTDOOR OAMEB, INDOllR (JAMES
That nrn A joy to behold.
ttf Everybody aud all ages provided
for at Bvnta t'l.Ai'' Hlauo.uabt.kk,
The Newest and the Latest
CAN ALWAYS BE FOUND AT
1ST. S3. &JL.CH.
tSQO Port Street, Honolulu.
The "Mother's Friend" Patent Shirt Waist!
This Is the latest Improvement In Boys' Sblrt Waists and a true rienJ I.,
mothers! no more buttons to sew on, as theso cannot come oil. We haw
them In white and In fancy percales from 05 cents upward- ". .
BOYS' CALICO WAISTS IN ALL SIZES AT Y, CENTS.
latest Shapes In
Children's Cloth Caps. University and Pinafore
Wc have them In Cream, Cardinal, Navy Blue and Seal Brown.
CHILDREN'S AND INFANT'S FANCY FLANNEL COATS at very low price-.
WATERED BASH RIBBONS IN ALL COLORS.
THE ADELINE BLACK STOCKINGS
They are pronounced the best by all who have given them a trial. We hav
them for ladles, gents, children and Infants, In plalu, ribbed, drop stiteJi
and open work. . . . Ladies' Adellnn Black Mocking reduced to JO cent
per pair. . . . Indies' Diamond Black Htocklnp- at '!' cents r pair.
Have yon seen tho CHILDREN'S 8CHOOL HATS that wo are selling for V0 cent-"
Thev are Just the thing for Boys or Ulrls.
M. S. LEVY.
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WHERE HE WILL BE HAPPY TO
MEET ALL HIS OLD CUSTOMERS
AND THE PUBLIC IN GENERAL.
Dry Goods and Gents' Furnishings.
"ML. S. LEVY.
National Cane Shredder
PATENTED UNDER THR LAWfl OF THE HAWAIIAN ISLANDS.
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milE UNDERSIGNED HAVE BEEN APPOINTED SOLE AGENTS FOR
J- theso SnnEDDKiis and nro now prepared to receive ordont.
Tho great advantages to bo dorivod from tho uso of tho Natiomal Cane
SmiEuiiEit tiro thoroughly established and acknowledged by Planters
Tho largo nnmbor of Planters uiing thorn ia tho United States, Cuba,
Argentine Republic, Porn, Australia and elsewhere, bear witness to the
Tho uso of tho SiiiiEDDKit very largely augments the quantity of cane
tho mill can grind (25 to 50), also tho extraction of juico (6 to 12).
It is a great safeguard, making known at onco tho presence of any
pieci-s of iron, stakes from cars, or anything which would bo liable to damage
tho mill, and allowing amplo timo to rornovo samo beforo damaging the mill.
Tho Biiukddkr is very strongly mado, and frdm tho manner of ita opera
tion it cuts or tears theso pieces of wood or iron without often breaking the
SiiitKDUKii; and if anything breaks, it is simply tonio of tho knives or cutters,
which can bo quickly and economically replaced. Tho Biiukddkr, as its
name indicate!, tears tho cano into shreds of varying lengths, perfectly open
ing it und allowing tho mill to thoroughly press out tho juices without re
quiring the immenso extra power necessary to grind or crush tho wholt
eano. Tho Shredder spreads tho shredded cano uniformly and ovenlv to
tho mill rolls, and does away with tho necessity of spreading tho bagasse bv
hand between tho mills, whoro regrlnding is in uso. No greater amount o'f
boiler cupacity is required to operate tho Shkhddku than that which was
suQlcicnt for tho mill, for tho ubovo reasons. Wo furnish full working
drawings for tho installation of our Shredders, enabling any competent en
gineer to successfully install and start thorn.
In ordering SiiREDnKRB from us, pleaso sond small sketch, showiug thu
diameter and width of tho mill rolls with which Shredder Is to bo connected,
also the sido (either right or left baud as you face tho delivery sido of the
mill), upon which tho mill engino is located, also tho hoight from floor line
to centor of front mill roll shaft, and distance center this shaft to front end
of bed plato. Theso Siiheddeub aro now boing used by the Hllo Sugar Co.
nnd Hawl Mill, Kohala, where thoy aro giving groat satisfaction.
t0T Prices and further particulars may bo had by applying tu
t)u und alter the 1st duy of January,
1K01, the storo known as "KA MAI LE"
will bo closed out and be retired from
business us fast as poislble.
Cash will heoxuctedforalUuIrsafttir
tlmt duti'. Prices will be irdnml on
I'utrons ure requested to settle I hulr
accounts as rapidly us possible.
MRS. 0. E. BOARBM&N,
lutely urrlvcd here would like a
situation for geuoral work either In busi
ness, farm or private house.
Address, "A. A.," liull'tlii OllWe
IRWIN & CO., L'd
Sole AytnU fur the Jlauaiian Iilundi.
Circuit Court, First Circuit of the Ha
wailan Islands. In Probata.
IN THE MATTEK OF THE ESTATE
of l.UK HANG, Into of Honolulu, de
On reading and filing thu petition of B.
Ahuil, of Ktthulnl, Maul, alleging thai
I.uk bang, of Honolulu, died intestate at
Ohby Hang, Chlnu.on the 8th day of Julv,
A. D. 1837, and praying that Utters ot Ad
ministration issue to H. Ahtni.
It Is ordered that MuNDAY, the 15th
day of January, A. D. 1801, be and hereby
Is apix)lnted for hearing said petition In
thu Court itoom ot this Court, at Hono
lulu, at which timo and place all persons
concerned may appear and show cause, If
nny they have, why said petition should
not be granted.
Dated Honolulu, II. I Dec. 13, IbTW.
Hy the Court:
0JIA8. V. FKTEUSON.
WXVUt was Clerk
BY A YOUNU OEHMAN 01111., 10
mind Children or do Uencrul House
work, Apply at this uttUv uuy-iw