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OAHU RAILYAY AND LAND CO.
FROM AND AFTER JUNK i. iyi.
To Eiva Mtt.t.
i.ciw Honolulu .
I .euro Pearl City
Arrive Ewa Mill.
Lease Ewu Mill
Leave Pearl City ...
iV. Saturdays only.
l Kundnys excepted.
l. Saturdays excepted.
(?)k gnUij g. lUcJta,
MONDAY, .IAN'. 8, 1891.
A 33. 1 IT E 3STE"WS.
KrNb.w, .l:in. i.
l. dnvs front Situ
Am 'dir Aloha. D.tljul
Am tchr Winchester, .IoIiumiii,
front Han I'mnrl-iO
Am sclir Alllc I. Aliiitr. We-don, 17
Stmr Cluudlrie from Maul an. I Hawaii
Mttnr Mlkahaln (rum Kattni
Httur Iwabnl from K nil til
Stmr I.clma from Olowalu at.it Lnliulnu
Moxmv, Jan. s.
Am I masted schooner Transit, .forge nsen
13 days from Man 1'rancltcf)
Am lil: C I) Itrtaiit, .liirolxcu, for
Slim Mokylll for K.iitttt:it..ikul, Uiimiilo,
Pufcoo, llaluwu. Walliitt, 1'-I(jUiiiiii.
lutlaiipupa, Ialiailiu, Oloiuilu tut il
Initial ut 5 p in
Stmr Kuala for Wnlatiuo, Wnlaliia, Mnkn-
li'ln, Utile, Ktilmkii unit Punaliiii nt u
Simr IVIe for Mnkawcll nt 10a m
Simr (' II HMiop for Knpnn
Vossols Loavlnc To-morrow.
Simr Clumllnu for Kulitilul, Kcnnac, liana,
Ilnmoa, Klpnhulu, Nun, 1'aauliau, Kit-
kalatt at 5 it m
Stmr Mlktilinla for Ntuvllhvlll, Kokm,
Elcele, Mnkawcll, Wulitieauiid Kekaha
nt 5 t '
Stnir hvtilanl for Nnwiliwlll, Hiitiiiiiiuulu,
Ullaucii, Kullltluitl ami Hmiulcl til A
Sehr Alleo 1. Algtirr Weston, for Japan
Oargoos from Inland Forts.
IJtinr t'lnuillnc rFJ5 buj;i Miliar, .VI batt
tnro, :v uan in-niii. j.vi bags corn, -i
HIIUI pOllltOt'1, .' II01!. in IHiIC", in
Stuir Mlkuliula A13t Imui sugar
rice, (in iK; sumirics.
Stmr iwuluul -17j'.l)ni;t siigur from Hana
Stmr Lchun 2000 bags sugar from Maul.
Stmr Wnlalcalc !X! bags sugar.
1'ioni .San PruuuUco, nrr W U I in In,
Jan U-Procr. Meyers, It J ilnrdlucr.
From llomakua, ner tntr Walalrnlc.
.Inn 7 Mraml Jin Watt, Mr Jnvlleu unit
wife, unit 2 ilcek.
From Kauai, cr uliur Iwuluul, Jon 7
K W Holdsworth, wife unit hcrvant, il
CiMike, C II Cooke, A Itlce, and it deck.
From Muni iitttl Hawaii, icrntmr Clan
dine, Jun 7 Mm 1) Center, Miss l'"lt'iu-
muiK, ails iiceKwitn, i J .tiei.auciiiin,
wife ami 2 rlilldreli, Mls Moore. C Cltlll.
itigworth, l: Dowkctt, l)r I'. Krleillamler, J
I'rleillumiur, U It Well. PC llt-t ton und
ulfe, C K Alexander, and 23 deck.
Prom Kauai, txtr uttiir Mlkahala, Jan 7
W II ltlec, MIm Juliet Bmltli, Mlirn 1,
l.liulKoy. Mm 8 llumlluy, Mini Jlumlley,
MUen A and UKwart. (iro nud A Kwart,
Ml Uattlu Auttln, Willie Jl Hlco, Mli
Kttti Wilcox, llalpli Wilcox, (I (loodscro
und wife, MIik (loiKlacre, .foo utul August
I'unraill, MUs Christian, 0 Huliolr, 1C and
ll Andrenscn, Cliait Trowbridge, V. tie
l.acey. Mr OoerlllR, llov Father l.lebert,
A Hun, i W Short, Chone, Sing, and 21)
The S. K. Altatriilia's inro fur San
l'ltuiclsco wn valued ut tiii,'.).J.
The Amerlran four-iimiited tichooner
Alolm, It. li.'ilicl, muster, arrived lute yei
turday ufturnoon, 15iy from fiaii 1'run
elco with u ceiiouil cnri;o. She reHrti n
Tho lliiwtillan bark Andrew Welch wai
nineteen dayx contlni; down from Sun
l''runi!lco, uiidthe liarkuntine W. Q. Irwin
tdxteen duyh. The hitter hud lUe horses
in xtulU on ileek for the Club Stalilcj.
They were landed ye.terday.
The doallnt: Hehoonor Allfu 1. Altar, (leo
UYstoti, mutter, ealled In and uneliored oil
iOit on tiaturday afternoon. Shu wuh
-evcnieen duyi from Heuttle, Wash., und
culled In here for lepalr. The tchoonor H
mi her way to Japan on a avalluc erillte.
The hark t . 1 1. Uryant, Jacobscu mas
ter, was towed to ?cu tltl- afternoon, bound
for the Count, blietooUii eurgo ut Ui.'JlM
li.tl! intir, Hhipjieil hv II. II tick fold A Co.;
Ki.iiLNi lilies do.. .M. ii. ilrliiUitin A Co. ; 2MJ
lus I'olleo uud 17 lules wool, Jl. lluel.fcld
A Co . 20 i"Imm Jupaiioie c,oods, J. M.dc
M I e rilu. Iliitncstlc value, fiCOiil.tr.'.
The fonr-iiiii-tcd M'liooner Transit, .lor
I'ctiM'ii master, from the Count, was tele
phoned in twelve utiles oil ut 10-10 this
ntorii nt;. Pilot l.oreiueu left in the pilot
lio.it ut 12::(u o'clock, and returned to tin
landing at 2 o'clock, reportlni; that the
'Iriiusil wus awii) out to mu. A few min
utes later lie irecived a telephone menace
that the uuhooiiur uas clo-e to, und the
pilot leflu -ccond time for the Keliooiier.
I'lie Tiiiin-lt left San I'liiiicicoon IK-e. 2H,
The -iMtiiirj -dimmer Winchester, Prank
.K.lilrolt intiHter, iiuchoicd oil Jlrcuci's
i. Intlf i".terila, twcnl) das liiiln the
i "im-i. hlie c.illcd in tu have -ome repairs
iiiuile to her rudder, and is iiImi on her way
to the Juptiu eus, seuliliu. The rudder (if
lite Winchester was unshipped this morn
itiK, mid a U3 batten will 1m Hindu fat to
the onlcr end to widen the i udder. Ills
expected that this will vi,, t,u trenib
liiiK of the. schooner, which wus felt on
t tin p'f-sai-e. H will lake several days
M complete the oli.
Cntlton Cornwell, foreman of the
liaotlo, Middle-town, N..I., bnlioves
I hut Cliiiiiibi'rlain'rt Cough Ktmiody
hliuuld be in otory hiuun. lie ttsod
il for a cold and il ell'uclod a speedy
uuro. Ho bays: 'it is indeed a grand
lomcdy, 1 can leuomiuuud to all. 1
have also kcoii il used for whooping
cough, with the host iomiUs." 25
and r(l cent bottles foi nnlo by all
dealers. Iluuxou, Smith A; ( '.. agents
for thu Hawaiian Uluiuls.
LOOAZ. AND GENERAL MEWS.
Edward Dowsott carao oror on
Dr. J. Uchida
phono No. 532.
has Mutual Tolo-
T. J. McLaughlin and family carao
to town from Maul yesterday.
John Knirai will not bo re
sponsible for his wife's debts.
Five $2 fiuos woro recorded to-day
in tho District Court for drunkon-
This evening (ho .Scottish Thistle
Club will hold its first meeting of
tho now year.
A hen's egg weighing livo ounces
is on exhibition in tho Hawaiian
Nows Co.'s window.
Thoro woro fivo arrosls for druuk
ouuoss botwoon Saturday afternoon
and Monday morning.
E. W. Holdsworlh and wife re
turned from tho Garden Isle on the
stoauter fwalani yestorday.
It is expected thata complitnuu
tary concert will bo given Miss Hose
Albu beforo tho sistors rotttrn to tho
J. Kokipl was yesterday ordained
an a preacher of. tho new church re
cently organized by J. K. Built in
I'ri n tor's lano.
Tho Govornmont schools ru-upeu-ed
this morning, as also tlid tho Ka
waiahao Semlunry, Oahu College and
tho Punahou Preparatory .School.
Mr. Armstrong, ox-Attorney Oon
oral, who lately returnotl to ttto isl
ands aftor a long absence, visited tho
sossion of thu .Supremo Court to
day. John Wise has resigned from tho
position of corresponding socrotary
of tho Foreign Board of Missions on
account of a roductiou in salary and
Modaloha, an old jail-bird, has
been locked up by Dotoctivo Larson
lor lurostieatton. It is suspocioa
that Mooaloha has boon up to some
of his old tricks.
J. M. do Sa o Silva, merchant, left
on the bark C. D. Bryaut this after
noon for Satt Francisco, whero he
intends setting up a Japanese store.
Ho took away with him twenty cases
K. Million, a bluejacket on tho U.
S. S. Adams, pleaded guilty in tho
District Court this morning to carry
ing a deadly weapon, viz., a revolver,
anil was lined $10. Mullen flourish
ed tho weapon in a saloon on Satur
Mamie Friel, who has boon at
tending school in town, went homo
to Maui for tho holidays. Sho was
not thoro lonir until she had hor arm
broken by accident, anil now has to
stay homo till it heals. This is tho
second time tho same arm was
Central Union Church is observ
ing tho Evangelical Alliance's week
of prayer. Tho subject for this
oveuiug ia "Thanksgiving," led by
llov. C. M. Uydo, D.D. Thoro will
bo a mooting from 11 to 11! a.m. to
morrow, D. W. Corbott loading; oiib
ject, "Pravor for tho Church as
Christ's Wltuess to tho Truth."
Mr. and Mrs. V. B. Ash and
daughter will go to Maui on tho 23d
lust., and give a concert at Wai lulu i
on the 2oth. It will bo romembured
that tho littlo girl made a great hit
hero at tho Stolz botn-fit in the
Opera House. Mr. Ash himself has
been tho life of Honolulu miustroUy
over since ho canto to tho country.
Andrew Wnlpon, a sailor on tho
brigantino W. G. Irwin, foil from
tho mainmast to tho dock, while
that vessel was ut soa on Due. 21,
and broko his spinal column. The
man died at !) a. m. on Doc. 21. Ho
was of Swodish origiu, and was
about twenty-eight years of ago.
Tho Irwin arrived on .Saturday from
THE CASE OF OLAFPKK.
Driven Out of tho Country for His
Loyally to America.
It appears that Mr. Clnppor, cap
tain of Hpecial police, who was re
ported in Saturday's issue to havo
boon dismissed by the P. G, inquisi
tion, had boon kept iu tho sorvico
for months under false promises as
to tho pay ho was to receive. His
requested reiguatiou becnuse he do
clarod lie was an Amorican and
would not light against, the Amort
cau Hag had boon iu for Home time.
Ho was promised employment by
Mr. Baldwin on a plantation, but
the promise was broken on tho ad
vice of a man iu the plantation
ngeuoy for political reasons. Mr.
Clappor sold his belongings and loft
for tho L'uitod States by tho steamer
Australia. Ho was an annexationist
but rofusod to light against the
Nine native Hawniiaus returned
yesterday on Hailing vessels from
San Francisco, sovou on tho Hchoouor
Aloha and two on tho bark Andrew
Wolch. They loft separately on
whaling vessels which called here
about two yoara ago. Tho tloot iu
which tho meu shipped was unlucky,
nnd thoy failed to roup any consider
able amount of shekels. In fact, the
mou all rot u mod with hardly any
tuonoy. Joe Pico, G. Kaauaaua, and
Kala, a boatboy, aro among the re
turnotl. Thoy report that nearly all
the native sailors iu San Francisco
havo gone to Sacramento. During
their stay in San Francisco thoy
boarded ut the Sailors' Home, with
Captain Staples, formerly of llono
lulu, superintendent. Thoy wore
treated woll,but owing to their de
pleted pokulH,lhoy deeldod to call on
Chas. T. Wilder, Ilnwniiait Consul
Gonoral, for assistance. Mr. Wilder
secured thorn berths on tint Aloha
und Atidiew Welch.
liverij ilwriithn of, Mil I'MXTIXU
(one iif Jif llulklln f'iuv.
Broach of Promise Appeal Now
Tho Supromo Court is sitting to
day. Tho first caso noted was hoard
this morning, and tho socond ono is
on this aftornoon.
Kamauloulo vs. Najatnolo and Ka
matsu, an action for rent. Appeal
by defendants from Judge Whiting,
presiding at Fifth Circuit term.
Argued and submitted, ltosa for
plaintiff: Hartwoll for defendants.
Alico K. Ayers vs. Wm. Mahuka.
Breach of promiso of marriage. Ap
peal of plaintiff from verdict of WOO
damages at Second Circuit term.
Lahatua. Plaintiff is dissatisfied
with tho amount, and her appeal is
on tho ground of misconduct of a
juror as well as that tho verdict is
contrary to tho law and the evi
dence. Kinuoy and Magoon for
plaintiff; ltosa for dofondaut.
Sinette McOrow, wifo of Dr. Henri
G. McGrow. bv her attoruor. C. V.
Asbioru, has hlett a potition in tho
Circuit Court for revocation of the
ordor appointing 0. L. Cartor as
temporary guardian of her husband.
Sho claims that tho summons to him
was not served on him, but only a
copy given to horself by tho officer.
Sho alleges that by Carter's ordors
sho is rofusod accoss to hor husband
at tho Quoou's Hospital, that tho
guardian is distastoful to both of
thorn, and disqualified from being
guardian for hor husband because
lie is attornoy for a person who
owos him soveral hundred dollars.
Sho complains that sho is rofusod
admission to tho house whoro thoy
had lived, and hor husband is only
allowed to enter undor survoillauco
of Carter. Hor husband does' not
neod a guardian anyway, sho sots
forth, and sho can tako caro of him
Judge Cooper has allowod an
amondmont to tho complaint of
Honry W. Howard vs. Kilauoa Vol
cano Houso Co., action on a noto for
balauco of $272.10,
John M. Koa. clerk in tho Atlornov
. . . . ' .r. .... ' .
Gonoral's Dopartmont, has boon
grantod a liconso to pracHco law in
tho inforior courts of tho Islands.
His application was for a full liconso.
Business (lend ? Not much !
Lcnstwiso il id not so with llio
Culifornin Wed Company. Wo
lmvu uinde a business Tor our-
solves, which has steadily grown
through nil (ho liurd times other
people are complaining about.
Wo have just secured from Mr.
J. F. Colburn his old stand, cor
ner Queen and Nuuanu streets,
und (alien possession of Ihoso
largo and convenient premises.
Wo had (o do so, because our
old placo at Loleo is loo small
for our fast-increasing business.
In a few days tho hark "Mauim
Alu" will he hero nguin with hur
fourth full cargo of Hay and
Grain, bought by our Mr. .1. N.
Wright who will urrivo on that
vessel. Wo prefer to select our
merchandise ourselves rather
thnn have others do it, which
means that wo get bettor goods
at a less price.
Wo thank our many friends
for thoir liberal patronage for
the past three years, and hopo
by strict attention to u business
wo thoroughly understand to
merit the patronage of as many
CALIFORNIA FEED CO.
Postponed Until Further Notice.
W.VTI II I OK THU A.S.S'OI'Nl'K.MUSTl
rOOKF.X MEMO DOOKB.
UTLHATK INSID1CS KOK UriK IN
lnviTi nt Union 1 'ceil l-'o.'s I'ockut
Memo HooUh. inn ho hud on itpplicatlou at
tho Ciiiiip.tnj ' Ollleti, Oiiecn slrcot.
hut lm 1'NiON vj:i:i cu., ii.'n).
TVIOl'ltUlh HKltEllY U1VEN THAT
Xt nil imhmiiu tii'spiiailnu on Tone Fat
Will Co, bununit pliititatlon tit Kolllif-tika
will Iji- pruii'i'itUHl totlin full extent of tho
Inv, TONtl FAT WAI CO.
rtMil. U.M)EltblQNEl WISHES TO
L notify the public thut tho Morry-tjo-ruiiiul
will Ikj run Kvcrv Thihuiiav AfTKn
noun, from ii'iilncU for I'lilldruu especial
ly, ami Unit propur euro will bit tnUun to
prcvi'iit tiny uirlilrnt or lujarle-i.
.1. A. VIOTOK,
A 1,1, rAKTIES.l)ESlUINU TO 00 TO
WuiaUtiikuuValls in Mattoti Valley
urn hereby requetteU to obtain u permlii
hIuii from tltu iiiiilemiKiit'il, otlierwldo they
will bo pro-i-cuti.il for treapass if found on
thu pieiulif wlthoitt stiuli pcriitlsuloti.
JAB. H. IIOYI),
tit tlni I.tuul Olllci', Supreme Court llulld-
llonoli June 17. WM. 75Mf
A 1,1. IUI.I.S l)l'i: AHAINhT UIKHO
iiolulii Itoml Jliianl In future are rr
qttuiitcil to I io pruiii'iiti,il ut tho oOlcu of tho
Itoml Supervisor of Honolulu uu tltu 'JUtlt
of fiuii nioiitli, otliuTwlia they will ho i'X-i-iiipt
from Unit imnttli's I'dtiiiiato and like
ly nut to 1)0 pulil for oiiu or two moiitliH
lifter. Ity onii'i' ol tho Honolulu llotul
llimnl. W. 11. (M1M.MINOB.
MHj-tf llotul SupurvUor, Honolulu.
rpllK WEEKLY iHILLKTIN-UHCOI..
JL umnaul Interchtinit Headlnu Matter.
IilatiilM ft! iniillr-il to iiunlirucouiitrliit0
And Catarrh In tho Haad
jfr. W, L. Tker
"I fail toat Itts unpoiilble for tn to itjr too
much la favor of Hood'i 8vprlll. I was
c 1t iuffrar from Impure blood and Catanb
In my bead. Job' cotnforttri failed to comfort
tn, and I tuffered from uumaroui holla
Agony Beyond Description.
When I began to take Hood's Sariapartlla I had
its of Unm. only four of which cam to a head,
and ilnce then, thanka to thl good medicine, 1
hare been free from this great affliction. I
ruined 11 pounde in three weeke. Tbo Catarrh
n edt bead which hat troubled roe tor years ha
aleo been cured by Hood'a Samparllla and 1
Hood's x Cures
am njoyloi: cood general health,
ood'a bariiDirlllK ta all irhn ara
W. L. Tlckkh, Koiebtirg, Oregon,
HOOD'S PiLLS cur all Llrer III. BlUont
nen, Jaundice, IodlgeiUoo, Sick Hcadach.
HOBUON, NEWMAK & CO.,
Agents for Hawaiian Ialanili.
Shamrock Linens I
I havo much pleasure in
mlvising my n'umoroits v
cuts tlmt I lmvt rot'civcd
ndvicoa that the Shamiiook
Linens havo boon uccordiMl
The Highest. Award. . . .
. . . Medal and Diploma
ut tin Chicago World'-. Fair
for Tahlo Linen, Towels,
Shouting, Pillow Linen,
lliindkt'i'chiel's mid lint
IV. G. SPROULL,
Sold Audit fur llio Hnwull.ili llninl-.
Aro jtiot in receipt of laij-.r inipwrlif
lioint by their iron lurk "I'unl
Incnburg" nnd "J. C. I'lltiKcr,"
und by u ininibor of i-
Mia from Aniorli.t.
ConHittling til h largo utul cotiiiluto
Vicuim nnd Iron Garden Furniture,
Hiuldlery and Cutlery,
Iron BedetcadH, Ktc, Kir.
Becfutein & Seller Pianos
Amorloan & European
Oilannd Painlti, Lubricittini; Orcasi',
Caustic boilu, Wnsli .Soilu,
Uskh, Jftirkct 11:ih1;oIh.
UcmljolinB, Ktf Kir.
Hooting Hlatou, Fircbiickn,
Shout Zinc, Blicct Lend,
l'lain and Corrtiateil Iron,
It, 11. Mtitcnnld,
KtPil Huils, nil-,, Ktf.
SUGAR & K1CE
(lolili'ii (lute, Diamond, fsivnyV, Mot
I'lmntB unit P.Iiloiuiln
most Liberal Tumm
LtiWt'bl Piii'fs by
H. Haokfeld A Co.
W.F.Reynolds, : Prop.
IS THK 11038 PKKSKNT.
DOLLS & TOYS
r M'HIAI l. lull I'HIi .1.
DOhLS Nicely DreM : utiJ iA.
DOI.I.S Ilettcr Drflswd $1.
D0I.I.H Itlfhly Drcsod $I.W to 47.W.
Fine English Dressed Dolls
cwrvlliliiK tu take oil (i)alnl
Doll Heads and Bodies
rCA HKT.1, VASES, KfC.
t pcu'iiri'b Diirur or
Purses, Card Casea,
Our Children's Books
Aro i:ii-iitiuiinlly l;iii.
Itiuil our 'alnlui!iip aii.l i.iuulll
Mutely llinl Hiiiielhliirf you umit.
IIION I'AMSKNHKIt TltAINS,
I HON FKEKIHTTIlAISs,
I HON fAUTS.
etc.. kt'.. i:ro.. ETC.
- IMttiSGN'TS THIS
An ilinnual ntlriietivi) vutlot of NEW
UOOHH tu nii'i't lint tnle ninl wiiiiIk of
our liiiiiul I'ommiiiilty. Apart
fi'om it lino Mix'U of
PrcscQlailon and Miscellaneous Hooks and
It) till: NEW HKAbu.N .
O .AX, HJ1STJJ jlIS
That litiitl ho h'imi to ho nppieitialcil.
Alto line of
Japauoso Papor Cropo Books
()f JIiikIci and Fairy Talci.
Adilltioiial to it U'Htl.l.'iltib' "Ul'plyof tin-
niktoniary gooil kooiIs for nit kooiI
IKioph li it hlock of
That aro na useful a they aro novel and
attractive, and of all kludi and litre.
Dolls & Dolls' Sundries
WHtNT,i Ci.mV JUauhI'iitbiw has
always hceu noted for Its supply of Dolls
and all the ett'etcras of ilolldom, anil this
temon leads them nil.
Nankin Dolls, ltui; Dolls, 1 lubber Dolls,
China Dolls, Dolls with Fino French HH
quo HeadH, Dolls with sorallod Unlireak
uhle Heads, I'hlim Hoada.
T"rl T C ltl LoJl Human Hair,
JLIvJXjLjO DdIIh with Niitiiial Uxik
Ing Hair, some with Tow ll.ilr. Woolly
Hair, unit some with No Hair nt till.
Bloopluf Dolls, -WnkufulDollK, Smil
ing' Dolls, Crying DoIIb.
T"W"il 1 C l'i Full Dress, Half Dress
.LrVJUi-jO and Undress utiil rmiKlliK
from about three Inches to nearly tltrou
fuet In slii', and ft diii ten rents lotovrral
Lady Dolls, Girl Dolls, Hoy Dolls, Baby Dolls
French DolK L'imlliih Dollx.
Herman Dolls, Atiinrk'iiii Dolls,
Eauulliiaux Dolls, Iuiliuii DolN,
Mulatto Dolls, Darkey Dolls.
rVil 1 Heads, Doll llthlleti, Dull
UKjLdLt WIkh, DoII'h Anns, Doll's
Shoes, Doll's Stockliip, Doll's JItitH, Hull's
I'urusols, Doll's Jewelry, Doll's Fans, Doll's
Cradlud, Doll's Bedstead, Doll's TroiiH.
swiuK, Doll's Currlnnea, Doll's Tin Sets,
Wash Hcts nnd wts ot hits of neoC'isary
tltlncs to roinplrte Hie linppliiuss of u
doll's iiiiuiiliiu's lift-.
EiUtil liberal provision lt itutle In nil tint
Rubber Toys, Wooden Toys,
Tin Toys, Horn Toys,
Iron Toys, Paper Tuyti, Etc.
HDTDDOU llAMES, INJHMil! tlAMKB
. B O O X S . . .
Thut uro a jo) to bi'liold.
KviTibn.lv nnd nil lines nrovlileil
for ut Hants ci.uv iikaikjuuitkih.
The Newest and the Latest
CAN ALWAYS BE FOfSD AT
3ST. S. SACHS'
SSO Fort Street, Honolulu,
The "Mother's Friend" Patent Shirt Waist I
Tlih li the latest Improvement In Uovi' Bhtrt Waists and a true friend to
mothers: no more buttons to sew on, as thee cannot come oil'. We liara
them In white and In fancy percales from Cicent upward
BOYS' OAl.IfO WAIBTS IN AM. SIZES AT 2J UKNTa.
litet 3liajrfs in
Children's Cloth Caps. University and Pinafore
We bae them In Cream, Cardinal, Navy Blue and Seal JJrowu.
CHII.DKEN'S AND 1NPANTH FANCY FLANNEL COATS at very low prlcei.
WATEHED SASH RII1BONS IN ALL COLORS.
THE ADELINE BLACK STOCKINGS
They aro pronounced the lct by all who have given them a trial. We hare
them for ladles, genu, children and Infants, in plain, ribbed, drop stitch
ami open work. . , . Ladles' Adeline Black Stocking reduced to to ccntt
Ier pair. . . . tallies' Diamond Blnck Stocklngi at i) cents k.t pair.
Have you seen the CHILDKRN'B SCHOOL
Ther are Just tho thing
M. S. LEVY
WUEHIS HE WILL HE HAPPY TO
MEET ALL HIS OLD CUSTOMERS
AND THE PUBLIC IN GENERAL.
Dry Goods and Gents' Furnishings.
National Cane Shredder
PATENTED UNDER THE LAW8 OF THE HAWAIIAN ISLANDS.
THE UNDEUSIONED HAVE DEEN APPOINTED HOLE AGENTS FOH
tlioto SiinEDDERB anil uro now propareil to receive onler..
The great advnntagca to bo derived from the tine of the N'atiom.w. Cank
SiuiKimuit urc thormtghly establisboil und acknowledged by Planlcm
The Inrge number of Planters usiug them in the United Klutet), Cuba,
Argentine Hcpnblii', Peril, Australia und elsewhen, benr witni'ds to Hit
Tho tine of the Hiiiieduku very largely augments the quantity of cane
the mill can grind (25 to 60),), 1' tbo extraction of juicu (0 to 12,).
It id u great safeguard, making known nt once tho presenco of any
iieivs of iron, utakos from cars, or iinytliing which would bo liublo to diimagc
the mill, and allowing amnio timo to remove samo beforn damaging tho mill.
Tho HiiitisnDKit in very strongly mnde, nnd from tho manner of its opera
tion it cuts or tears these- pieces of wood or iron without often breaking the
KiiiiKUDKn ; nnd if utiything breaks, it is simply sotno of tho knives or cutters,
which can bo quickly and economically replaced. Tltu Siiiieuueii, as its
naint) indicates, tears tho cauu into shreds of varying lengths, perfectly open
ing it and allowing tho mill to thoroughly press out tho juices without re
quiring the immonsu extra power necessary to grind or cruMi the whole
cane. Tho 8hredpkii spreads tho shredded eaue uniformly nnd evenly tn
tho mill rolls, and does away with tho necessity of spreading tho bagasse by
bund between tho mills, whero regriuding is iu use. No greater amount of
boiler capacity is required to oporata tho Shiieduku than that which was
Mifllclent for tbo mill, for tho abovo reasons. We furnish full working
drawings for the installation of our SnuEUDEits, enabling any competent en
gineer to successfully install and start thorn.
In ordering bllRRDiiEits Irom us, plcaso semi small sketch, uliowtug Hie
diameter nnd width ot tho mill rolls with which Siiiiedder is to bo connected,
ulso the Hide (cither right or left baud bb you face tho delivery side of tin
mill), upon which the mill engine is located, also tho height from floor line
to center of front mill roll shaft, and distance center this shaft to front end
of bed plate. These Shheuders are now being used by the Hilo Sugar Co.
und Hawl Mill, Kobala, whero they are giving great satisfaction.
0T Prices und further partictiluts may bo had by applying to
On mid after tho 1st day of January,
lbJI, thu store known us "KA MAILE"
will bo closed out and ho retired from
business us fast as possible.
Cash will be exacted for till sales niter
that dnte. Prices will be reduectl on
Patrons uro requested to settle their
ut'coiiuts as rupldly us xisiible.
MRS. 0. E. BOARDHAM,
A PARTY DEMHEH TO
Iluy or to Charter a
Hmall bUamer or Hchooner.
For particulars, cull tit the
Otllce of this paper.
HATS that wo are selling for IV centsr
for Boys or Olrlj.
IRWIN & CO., L'd
Hole Ayentt for th 7uuitoViu hlandi.
JOS NUUANU ST.
door Murchdlit'i Exehnliijii
New Goods and Latest Styles t
PERFECT FIT GUARANTEED.
T- Customers Retting additional suits
will receive a reduction of loand fl.fo re
duction on pants.
NOTICE IS HEREIIV UIVE.N THAT
tho undersli;iied,HliuiiTuuKSeu, has
this day sold his Interest iu the dry goods
unu grocery store, loyiner Willi win lenso
ery storo, loMctln
ml and hulldini!
of the Ittiul and hulldiims situate In Ho
nolulu, on the corner nt lleretiiiiliiaiid Pen
sacola streets, to Tul Kea of the saino place,
also the Kood will of thu business hereto
fore carried on by him ut raid stand.
SHUN TUNO SEN.
Honolulu, Jan. '.'. loDI. trjo Iw