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OAHU RAILWAY AND LAND CO,
FROM AND AFTER JUNE 1, 1803.
To Ewa Mitt.
J, on vo llutiolulu . ..
Love 1'enrl Oily.
Arrive Ewu Mill...
I. raw Kwa Mill . .
Li-ave l'earl City...
A, Saturdays only.
C. Sunduvs excepted.
1). Saturdays exceptnl.
$Jt Snllji g tUdin.
.SATURDAY, JAN. fi, 1891.
t'ninw. .Inn 5.
lilinri' K Bishop from Knhukii
Stiur lVIe (rnui Kniml
SAttnuAY, Jan. 0.
Irwin, William, from
Am brlgtnu V G
Haw Itk Andrew Welch,
Drew, from San
Htnir Wnlalralc from Kukulhaele
knn mid Lahaina
Stmr Mokulll from Moloknl and I.utial
Slmr Jutnes Makcc from Knunl
HvirnnvY, Jan. D.
OSS Australia. Hmidlettc. for Snn Fran
eltoo at 12 noon
llr schr Norma. Walker, for Vlotortj, II ',
via IVnrliyn Inland
Vusaols LoaviiiR Monday.
Sinn Mokulll for KuituitUakul. Kaimiln,
l'nkoo, Halana. Wallau. Pulcktuiu.
Kalaiipaim, Ijli.ilna, Olonalti and
l.inalnt o i in
r'.linl Kaula for Wolanae, Wultduu, Moku-
lela. Lalo, Kaliuku and lMnalutt at U
Miliar l'ele for Makawell ill 10 a m
."luir C It Bishop for Kapni
Gargoo from Island Porta.
Simr Maluc- 'J.i0 ba&nugar and iu lilies
lUnir hinlnnl -107.1 bags URar
Stitir lllshop-'-'IOQ ban sugar
Minr Polo I'JiX) bags ugar
Btmr Kaala 2023 bags sugai
Fur Hun Francisco, imr 8 H Autr:ill:i.
Jan H-.Mr and Mr J K Allan. ( ISchne, V
I' lltlst. Mrs i: ' lloml, V 1 lloyd and
wife, MUsACahlll, Mr and Mm Clement
ron, MIm K Cornwcll, Mrs M 1) Cook, Mrs
tlarrett and xon, Mr flerbcr and daughter,
lion V M HuU'h, Mr Keohokalole, Mrs
Irfithrop, Hon K l" Macfarlanc, Hon A I
Peterson, Hon 8 I'arkvr. M l'hlllips, Mlis
Kxiitcr, r It lloblnton, Master Sbarratt, J
Smith. O Stlllmau, Ifo and 2 children.. L
Tliiirtton, W Vtaterliouie, ll A iui
mnrm. Jr. runt and Mr Wight, J Wlbl
r. in lit and Air ulgnt, .
rl.lg.i, A I
I, wiiuamtanii miii.
II io ptcrtiuor Iwnlanl, Mlkuhala
laudlni) will bv ulonj; to-morrow.
Tliu barki'iitlno Amelia received 4w
baKi f uirnr from tin' tvumvr IVIc to
The hti'iinier Wuliiloulo from Ilaimikuu
was ti'lihoni.'d as oil' Diamond Head nt
2:.so o'clock tlih afionioon.
Tho AmiTli-an 1-miiMvd hcliooncrs Aloha
niidTrn'nult uru II and 11 duysont reiprc
tlwly from San l'ranclsco for this iort.
Tliu Ciulom Hoiim cloed nt Its nmml
hour at noon to-day, so tho nianifcut of
ihoH. H. Atutralla rould not Ut obtained.
The steamers IHkIiop hi id l'elu letivo for
Mukuwoll on Monday M'horc there is
abiindiilicu of augur uwillliiK liliiiicnl
TlibHuwalliin bark Andrew Welch and
brlKantlno W. (I. Irwin, botli from Kan
I'Viinelstfo, worn tehiiliuiied early this fori1
noon, Inn hud not arrived In iHirl ut :i
o'cloek thts tidcriiooii. The jillots left at
1;'M o'elook to steer them in.
HUANOPKI.K-AtlMium Valley, Jn'n. 0,
IVJI, Joeph Heanuiiele, U(;ed IU J ears
and 6 months.
ITEMS rilOM MAKA.JVELI.
How Now Yoar'a Was Oolobratod
Heavy Daily Output of Sugar. .
Now Yoar's day was celebrated at
Makawoli plantation by a varioty of
sports during tho day and by a
social and dauco in tho evening, on
tho occasion of the oponiug of tho
uow library and reading room, lately
oonstructed for tho bonofit of em
ployees of tho mill by tho Hawaiian
Sugar Co. All tho omployoos at
tended tho dauco, which, was con
sidered a very enjoyablo ulFair.
Tlioro is n project on foot to so
euro an English spunking miuistur
to bo tliu pastor iu tho old stone
church nt Waiinoa, Kauai, distant
about two miles from Muknweli,
Tho Pacilio vapor lauuoh rocontly
imported from tho Coast by Chas,
Gay of Maknwoli is plying botweon
that place and Xiiltau in tho interest
of its owner Tho launch makes
tho trip, n distance of twouty miles,
iu four hour.", having in tow a
hvonty-foot whaleboat. Mr. Gay is
well pleased with tho launch, which
woritti Jilto n cliaim.
Maknuoli mill is working &plondid
ly, turning out about twoho litiu
Ured bags of sugar daily. Tho
stoninor Polo nrrivod yostorday from
Makawoli with 1200 bags, and another
load is awaiting her at tho placo.
"1 know an old soldier who had
chronic diarrhu-a of long standing
to linvo been permanently cured by
taking Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera
and Diarrhu-a Kouiedy,"8aynF.dwaril
Shumpik, a prominent druggist of
Minneapolis, Minn. "I have Hold
the remedy iu thiseit, foroerhoveii
3 tai.H and consider it superior to
any otlioi iiiedicinn now on tho
market for liunel complaints." 2.1
and M cent bottles of this remedy
fur sale by all dealeis Honon,
Smith A: ('o., agents for the llawni
X.OOAI AND OENEBAIj NEWS.
Misa Albu'a benefit.
If you want cheap clothes, sou
Shou Lun's card.
Tho P. G. band playa at Emma
Squaro this afternoon.
Brisk showers fell last night, and
to-day is damp and muggy.
Diamond Head, 12 noon Woalhor
cloar, wind light northeast.
Hawaiian choruses will bo sung
by tho Quintot Club this oveuing.
Tho Wnlcot kuifo sharponor is tho
latest indispensable thing out. Get
E. C. Macfarlano loft on tho S. S.
Australia for tho Coast uudor atlvico
of his physician.
Tho complimentary concort to
Miss Albu takes placo at tho Opera
Houso at 8 o'clock this ovoning.
Saus Souci has a largo number of
guests thoso days. Visitors from
abroad aro delighted with tho place.
W.J.Cuolho will sing "Wrecked
and Saved," by request, at tho com
plimentary concort to Miss Albu at
tho Opora Houso to-night.
Tho sale of tho Emtnes' proporly
by Jas. V. Morgan, which was to
havo takon placo at noon to-dny,
was postpouod until noxt week.
Tho Beach road at Kapiolaui
Park, leading from Mr. Cuuha's to
Mr. Jas. CampbolFfl rosldouco, is ro
coiving a now coat of road motal.
C. M. Whito is empowered to
trausact all businoss matters of Mac
farlano & Co., L'd, during E. C. Mae
farlano's absonco from tho country.
Tho polico hold thoir regular
weekly shoot nt tho butts at Kalia
this morning. Doputy Marshal
Brown is rated as tho crack shot of
It is reported that Sam Kuula,
messenger for tho Financo Depart
ment, was dismissed to-day for his
rofusal to pack a gun in caso of war
The 1'aradiso of tho PaciGo for
Dccembor has appeared. Ono of its
features is a largo batch of letters of
appreciation of tho paper from Ha
waiian consuls and others in many
Captain Wildridgo, who cntno hero
to inspect tho S. . Miowora, loft on
tho S. S. Australia at noon to-day.
Tho Miowora is expected to mako
tho trip to San Francisco iu two
H. A. Widomanu, Jr., left on tho
S. S. Australia to-day to rosumo his
position as clork iu tho ofllco of J.
D. Sprockols & Bros. Co., L'd., San
Francisco. Ho was given a farowoll
luau at tho family rosldouco yostor
It is reported that Capt. Clappor
of tho special polico has to got out
becauso ho nald no to tho inquisito
rial question, "Would you fight
against tho Lnited States forces if
they were laudod to put down the
1'rovinloiwtl Govorninout ?"
Mr. Thurston's deposition in tho
Portuguese immigration caso is Hied
in tho Judiciary Clork's office. It
shows that tho Hoforui Government
lent its nnmo and ofllcial blanks to
tho schumo, without taking any
financial responsibility in tho matter.
If you want a doadiuro pointer
on tho woathor of 1891, read what
tho Hawaiian Hnrdwaro Co.'s scribe
says. Then follow down tho col
umn and you will got some news
without waiting for tho Mariposa
on the lrtth. That kuifo sharponor
must bo 'andy to 'nvo in tho 'ousd.
Mr. J. M. do Sn o Silvn, proprietor
of tho Japanese Bazaar, Hotel
stroot, has bcou presouted by tho
mombors of Court Catuoes, No.
8110, A. O. F., with n haudsomo
walking stick made of cocoauut
wood with n boautifully engraved
gold head, as u mark of their esteem.
Mr. Silva. who has boon ono of tho
most active and popular mombors
of Court Camoes siuco its founda
tion, intends leuving shortly for San
KNIOHTS OF PYTHIAS.
Installation of OHlcors In Oahu Lodgo
Hich Rank Goromony.
At n mooting of Oahu Lodge, No.
1, held Inst oveuing the following
otlicors woro installed for tho ensu
John Buckloy, Chaucollnr Com
mander. Goo. Hawkins, Vice-Chancellor.
Jamos T. Stewart, Prelate.
B. Borgorseu, Mastor of Work.
Horbort Standon, Koopor of He
cords aud Seal.
H. C. Hold, Mastor of Fiunnce.
Houry Smith, Master of Kxcho
A. G. da Silva, Master at Arms.
John Mel.ain, Iuner Guard.
Johu Kidder, Outer Guard.
Chas. J. McCarthy, tho Deputy
Supremo Chaucollor who installed
tho officers, was assisted ou this oc
casion by tho followlug Knights:
Sol, Isaac, Grand Vico-Chaucollor;
Johu F. Eckardt, Graud Prolate;
Geo. Dcuisou, Grand Mastor-nt-Armsj
K. II. P. Woltors, Grand
Keoiier of liecords aud Seal; CM.
V. Forstor, Grand Mastor of Ex
chequer; J. M. McChusuoy, Graud
Inner Guard, and W. C. Wilder, Jr.,
Grand Outor Guard.
After the ceremony of installation
tho following Past Chancellors were
admitted into what is called tho
L'ast Chancellors' Hank, a degree
that can oniy bo con f erred upon
Chnncollor Commaudoru who pass
tho chair. A collation aud light re
froahuientH wound up tho ceremonies
of tho oveuing. Brother Solomon
Isaac, who assisted, is a visiting
brother and a l'ast Chancellor of
Gnriiold Lodge, No. 72, of San Fran
cisco, Cnl. Ho was glad to moot ho
many knights iu Honolulu nud eulo
gized them ou tho manner of con
ducting tho business and work of
tho lodges iu Houoliilu. ITo left by
TiTBTUTnT nnrrwr TirATTitn.s.
Quarrol Betwoen an Expressman
and a Merchant.
Mrs. Vina King, tho negross who
assaulted Goo. Washington, hor
paramour, with a pickaxo on( Now
Yoar's Day, appeared in tho District
Court this morning. Sho was neatly
dressed in a tight-fighting gown.
As her victim had not rocovored
sufficiently to attend Court, hor caso
was sot for Jan. 12, by which time it
is expected Washington win do in
fit condition to appoar.
P. Stewart, for violation of pass
port laws, had a nolle prosequi
granted, ho having been sent back
on tho S. S. City of Poking for San
Ah Yat, a Chinaman who was ar
rested yostorday for peddling cakos
without a licenso, was ordered to
appear for trial on Jan. 1!).
Frank Forroira, tho famous run
away catchor, appoarod to answor to
a chargo of assault and battory on
S. Ehrllch. of tho Tornplo of Fashion.
Tho trouble started over tho pay
ment of fifty conls to Forrelra, for
carting a package It appoars that
Mr. lihrlicli was not sausuou wun
tho receipt and told defendant to
got ono from tho head of tho firm,
viz.. Union Food Co., to which tho
packago had boon takon. Forroira
returned to Ehrlich with tho state
ment that tho receipt had boon O.
K.'d. Uhriicu was not sausuou anu
Forroira put tho rocoipt book in his
pocket, fntondlng to keep it until
tho inouoy was paid. Ehrlich
snatched tho book and tho defend
ant shoved him out of the door. On
cross-examination. W. A. Kinnoy,
counsel for tho dofonso, kept com
plainant on tho wltnoss stand for
nearly nn hour, till ho and his coun
sel, C. W. Ash ford, woro out of
nationco and both objected to ans-
woring quoslions. Thoir objoctions
woro ovor-rulcd and aftor somo fur
ther interrogating counsol Kinnoy
lot up on tho witness. Forroira was
found guilty this aftoruoon and
Thrown from n Cart While Hiding
Down Hill Against Orders.
The Portuguese head luna of
Chas. Makce, at Kapaa. mot with an
accident on Thursday last, Jan. 4th,
whioh rosultod fatally. Tho man
was riding on a bullock cart down a
hill, whon tho bullocks wont a little
too fast and bumpod against a fonco,
Tho jolt unsoatod tho Portuguoso
and in falling he struck on his Load.
Ho gavo one despairing cry aud ox
plred. Au accident occurrod about
two vcars airo to auother Portucmoso
caused by the same carelessnoss, but
he was inoro fortuuato in only break
ing nu arm. Evor since that acci
dent thoro has boon a standing order
that no ono should rldo on any bul
lock cart going down hill. Tho vie
tim disobeyed tho maudato and was
Tho beautiful hammorod iron fence
encircling tho statuo in tho Catholic
Mission yard was oxocuted by Mr.
A. Jaouon, ono of Honolulu' elovor
est handicraftsmen. Mr. Jaouon is
proparod to oxocuto all kinds of iron
grilles, fancy tomb railings, etc., at
Business dead V Not much !
Lenstwino it is not so with tho
California Feed Company. We
have raiulo a business for our
solvcy, which has stoadily grown
through all tho hard times othor
people are complaining about.
Wo havo just Hccurod from Mr.
J. I Colhurn hia old stand, cor
ner Quoen and Nuuanu strcots,
and taken possession of those
largo anil oonvoniont promises.
Wo had to do so, becauso our
old placo at Lolco is too small
for our fuHt-incronsing business.
Iu a few days tho bark "Muuna
Ala" will bo hero again with hor
fourth full cargo of Hay and
Grain, bought by our Mr. J. N.
Wright who will urrivo on that
vessel. Wo prcfur to select our
merchandise) oursolvcs rather
than havo olhors do it, which
means that wo get hot tor goods
at a loss price
Wo thank our many friends
for thoir liberal patronage for
the paht threo years, and hopo
by strict attention to a business
wo thoroughly undorstand to
morit tho patronage of as many
CALIFORNIA FEED CO.
Uft. NUUANU ST.
Next iluur .Merchant's Exchange.
New Goods and Latest Styles I
PERFECT FIT GUARANTEED.
Cm- Customer Retting additional salts
will reeelvo u reduction of 5 and Jl.fO re
duction on pants. IK.M-3in
Postponed Until Further Notice.
rou nu. Announcement!
ON ANI AFTKI1 'flUI lt JAN'JAl.tV.
lMU.ihu retnillm of Hrv Uooas will-
yiy-iw Tiirxt. ii. i;avikh
Ben ot Harry X. Ruby, ot Columbia, Pa.,
Suffered From Birth
With a genre Form of
" Until my boy was six ytars ot see he was
from birth terrible eafferer from scrofu
lous humor. Boroi would appear oa him tod
spread until u Large n si Dellar and then
dlscharee, followed by others, to that tho larger
Rt ot his body was mate f eeree all
le time, especially serere on his legs and back
ot hU ears and on his head. Tim humor had
rery offensive odor, and caused
We cannot tell how that poor boy suffered Ut
all those years. Physicians did not effect
curs. At last I decided to gUe htm Hood's
BarsaparUla, as my druggist recommended
It In about two weeks the Sarsapartlla began
to have effect. The sores commenced to heal
up: the flesh began to look more natural and
healtlir. Then tho scales came oil and all over
his bodr new and healthy flesh and skin formed.
When he bad taken two bottles he was onUrely
tree from sores, having only the scars to show
where they bad been. These have all disap
peared. Wo aro unable to eipress our thanks
for the good
has done our little boy." lUnnr K. Ituur,
Box 350, Columbia, Pennsylvania.
nOOD'B FILLS cur ConitlpMlon by rtot
lag the pertstaltU actios tf lbs allmtaUry cans!
HOnriON, NEWMAN A CO.,
Agents for Hawaiian Islands.
I liuvo much plcadtiro in
advising my numeroiH -li-onts
that I liuvo rcccivi'il
advices that tho Siiamuoci;
Linrns havo been accorded
The Highest Award, . . .
. . . Modal and Diploma
ul the Chicago World's Fair
for Table Fiinen, Towi'lo,
.Sheeting, Pillow lnun,
llandkerchiefii and Km
broiderv. W. G. SPROULrib,
Sole Aitenl (or tho Hawaiian lluiul.
Are jut in receipt of lurj;c impoiiu-
lions by their iron lark "I'uil
I.Mi1itn;"niul ".I.C I'Jhiner."
iiuil by iv number of w-
eels from Ainui leu.
Cousiklint; of a large anil complete
Vienna ami JrouGardon Furnituro,
Hiuhllcry and Cutlery ,
Iron Bedsteads, Etc., Etc.
Bechstein & Seller Pianos
Amorican & European
Oils and Paints, Lubricating Grease,
Caustic Soda, Wash Soilu,
1'ilterprcBS Cloth, Twine,
Bigs, Market- Baskets,
Demijohns, Etc., Etc.
Rooting Slates, Firebricks',
Sheet Zinc, Shoot Lend,
Plain nnd Corrugated Iron,
It, II. Materials,
Steel Rails, Etc., Etc.
SUGAR & RICE
Uohlcn Unto, Diamond, Hjieny'ri, Mm
s rhantH ami Eldorado
Uu (lie most Llbcial Terms at the
Lowest I'ticcK hy
Ta. HmoUfitld A Oo.
I TRADE J
W.F.Reynolds, : Prop.
IS Til K MOSS I'HKSKNI'.
DOLLS & TOYS
At SFECIAItV LOW intCC.
DOLLS Nicely DrejseU 3Jc. an.l tte.
U0LLS Better Dressed $1.
DOLLS r.lclily Drenil $1.75 to f 7.M).
Fine English Dressed Dolls
With everythlni; to take off 10 and
Doll Heads and Bodies
TKA 8KTS. VASKS, KTC.
-A liltU'TIM'l. MurLW or
Pursos, Card Cases,
Our Children's Books
Aiu l!cuitluliiili Kin-.
. . in i.ni .11.
'Ufc. Itt-iiil our l'ntnlgiio iil .,.ittlll
surely llml tdiii'.-tliliif; mhi wunt
IIIOM I'ASHP.NUKU TRAINS,
I HON ntl-MllllTTItAINM,
I HON t'OACIIKM,
r.T., ktc. i:tc. i.tc.
I'llF-SES I'S THIS
An iiiiii-iiuI iittiuollve vurlilv ot NKW
UUUD.S to uii'Oithc mill' nnil want- of
imr loland roiiimunlty. Aan
Iruia a Hiih hIutk of
Preseiilullou cul Miscellaneous Books ami
It.- i II i .l.w m.ami:.
O A. ILi H5isrr)R,s
li'OR, X Q94,
That innl In' Mill In l"i ii'pri'c'lllol.
Aim u 1 1 li.' nt
JapauoBO Paper Cropo Books
01 Jliijihn and I'alry Ta!es.
Additional to n l .." I rlnrj Niitiiily ut the
customary i;oil noinla lor all i;ool
lieople is il tlMk of
That nre as useful its they am novel and
attractive, und ol all Mud aud slit'.
Dolls & Dolls' Sundries
gm- Santa Clacn' llKAVgt'AnTKKi hna
always been noted (or ita supply ol Doll 4
and all the eteete ran of ilolldoni, and thin
season loads tiieiu an.
Nankin Dollv, lta(; Doll?, lluhher Dolls,
China Dolls. Dolls with b'lu4'rrm-li Ills-
quo Ilnails, Dolls with corn lira Uutirrnk
able Heads, China Heailx,
TVT T C '" ''L'ftl Human Hair,
XjyJJUlO DolU with Natural biok
Iiir Hair, some with Tow Hair. Woolly
Hair, and noine with Nu Hair nt nil.
Bloeplnn; Dolls, -Vnkel'ul Dolls, Smil
ing Dolls, Crying Dolla.
Tiir I C In Tull Dross, Ilulf Drews
I J It jI iC ami iiniins uud ruiiKiiiK
from ahout thren Inrhen to nearly tnreu
feet iu site, und from ten renin to veral
Lad; Dolls, Girl Dolls, Boy Dolls, Baby Dolls
French DoIIh. Kuullah DolN.
norman DolN, Amerlean Dolls,
Esquimaux DolN, Indian Doll-,
.Mulatto Dolla, imrkey noils.
TVYT I Hrads, Doll Bodies, Doll
UJ1jLj WIbs, Doll's Arms Doll's
Shoeii, Doll's Stockings, Doll's Hath, Doll's
1'urasolM, Doll's Jewolry, DoII'n Fans, Doll's
Cradles. Doll's Bedsteads, Doll's Trous
seaux, Doll's Carriages. Doll's Tea Sets,
Wash Bets nnd nets nt lotn of necessary
things to complete the happiness of a
doll's mamma's life.
Kcital liberal provision In minlo In ull the
Rubber Toys, Wooden Toys,
Tin Toys, Horn Toys,
Iron Toys, Paper Toys, Etc.
Ul'TDOOIt (JAMES, INDOUR UAMKS
That nru a Joy to huhold.
tV i:eryhihly and all ages provided
for at Santa rues' Ht:igi'AHTLii'i.
The Newest and the Latest
CAN ALWAYS BE FOUND AT
3ST. S. SIGHS'
tsao Fort Street, ZSonolulu.
The "Mother's Friend" Patent Shirt Waist 1
This Is the latest improvement in Boys' Shirt Waists and a true friend to
mothers: no more buttons to sew on, as these cannot come oir. We hare
them In white and in fancy percales from 05 cents upwards
BOYS' CALICO WAISTS IN ALL SIZES AT 23 CENTS.
latest Shapes In
Children's Cloth Caps, University and Pinafore
We have them in Cream, Cardinal, Navy Blue and Seal Brown.
CHILDREN'S AND INFANT'S FANCY FLANNEL COATS at very h.w pri.w.
WATERED SASH RIBBONS IN ALL COLORS.
THE ADELINE BLACK STOCKINGS
They aro pronounced the best by all who have given them a trial. We have
them for ladles, gents, children and Infants, in plain, ribbed, drop stitch
and open work. . . . Ladies' Adeline Black Stocking reduced to 60 cents
per pair. , . . Ladles' Diamond Black Stockings at 23 cents er pair.
Have yon seen tho CHILDREN'S SCHOOL HAT8 that we are selling for 'JO cents?
They are just tho thing for Boys or Girls.
M. S. LEVY
WHERE III2 WILL BE HAPPY TO
MEET ALL HIS OLD CUSTOMERS
AND THE PUBLIC IN GENERAL. ',
Dry Goods and Gents' Furnishings.
National Cane Shredder
I'ATKNTKD UNDER THE LAWS OF THE HAWAIIAN ISLANDS.
THE UXI)ER8iaNEI) HAVE BEEN APPOINTED SOLE AUENTS FOR
thoeu HiiitKUDKitH und are now prepared to receive orders.
Tho great ntlvnntagca to bo derived from the ue of tliu National Oank
HiiiiKiinr.u aro thoroughly established and iieknowlcdged hy Planter
The litrKO iiuinhor of Planters using thuiu in tho United State, Cuba,
Argentine- Republic, Porn, Australia mid elsewhere, hear witness to tho
Tho iiho of tho HintKDDKn vory largely augments tho quantity of cane
tho mill can grind (25 to 50), also tliu extraction of juice (A lu 12,).
It in u great safeguard, making known at oufo tho presence of any
pieces of iron, slakos from cars, or anything which would ho liable to damage
tliu mill, and allowing umplo time to rcmovo same before damaging the mill.
Tho SiiiiKiinEit is vory fctrongly made, and from the manner of its opera
tion it cuts or tears theso pieces of wood or iron without often breaking the
Kiiukudkr; and if anything breaks, it isfiiniply some of tho knives or ctittern,
which can bo quickly and economically repine til. Tho Hiiukdhek, iih its
name indicated, tears the cauo into shreds of varying lengths, perfectly open
ing it and allowing the mill to thoroughly press out the juices without re
quiring the immonso oxtra power necessary to grind or eruth tho whole
cauo. Tho SmtEDDER spreads tho shredded cane uniformly and uvenly to
the mill rolls, nnd docs away with tho necessity of spreading tho bagaste by
hand between tho mills, whera rcgrinding is in use. No greater amount if
boiler capacity is required to operate tliu Siihkiideu than that which wu
Hiiilleient for tho null, for tho above reasons. Wo furnixli full working
drawings lor tue installation oi our bhukddkiih, enauiing any competent en
gineer to succcsffully install and start thorn.
in ordering KiiitF.DDUitH from us, please send smull sketch, showing the
diameter aud width of the mill rolls with which tiuiiKunuu is to be connected,
ulhd the side (either right or left hand as you face tho deliveiy side of the
mill), upon which the mill enginu is located, also the height from floor line
to center of front mill roll shaft, aud distance center this shaft to front end
of lied plate. These KilRKDiutits aro uow being used by the Hilo Hugar Co.
and Howi Mill, Kolmla, where they are giving great satisfaction.
fJT Prices and further particulars may bo hud hy applying to
On mill after tho 1st day of January ,
loill, the storu known as "KA MAILE"
will bo closed out and ha retired from
IjiihIiicss as fast as possible.
Cash will heevai'tcd forall sahs after
that datr. 1'rh'cs will ho reduced nu
I'atrons uru requested to settle their
accounts as lupidly as possible.
MRS. 0. E. BOARDXAN,
A MIDDLE-AGED aiUlMAN-AMKlU-can
lutuly arrived here would like a
situation for geusral work either lu bul
ness, farm or private bouse.
Address, "A. A.," Bulletin Olllr-e
IRWIN & CO., L'd.,
Solt Agtutt fur Ihr lluiruiinn ItUnult,
Circuit Court, First Circuit of tho Ha
waiian Islands. In Probate.
IN THE MATTER OK THE KbTATE
of l.UK. BANG, latu of Honolulu, de
On reading und (IIIiik the petition of H.
Ahwl, of Kaliulul, Muni, alleciiiK that
i.UK paDg, oi Honolulu, iitea tutestate ni
Choy Hang, China, on the bth day of Jul ,
A. 1). 1887, and praying that U'tters of Ad
lulnlstrotion lssuo to B. Ahmi.
It is ordered that MONDAY, the 15th
day of January, A. D. 18tH, be and hereby
Is appointed for hearing raid petition iu
the Lourt-Uooni of thin Court, at llono.
lulu, at which time and place all persons
concerned may appear aud show cause, if
y mey uave, wny saiu petition snoiiiu
it be granted.
Dated Honolulu, It. I., Dec. 13, 1SIU.
iiy mo vKiun :
CHAS. V. PBTKRBON.
lWit ws Clerk
By A YOUNO QEItMAN. QIRL, TO
mind Children or do Ueneral House-
worl. Apply at this UlUce.;