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OAHU RAILWAY AND LAND CO,
KIIUM AND At'Ti:i:.1UNK I. 1W.
To V.w Mat.
I, pave Honolulu..
Leave Pearl City.
Arrive En a Mill.
. .11 :M
Leave Kwa Mill .
lave Pearl City.
$Jw gnUm g UJjc;Un.
TUESDAY, JAN. 1), 189 J.
Tcmhw, Jan. I.
fitinr V O Hall from Hawaii nml Mnul
. Tumixv, .Inn. !.
Shnr (.'laudlnofor Knliulul, Kcanac, liana,
llamoa. Kipahulu, Nnu, I'nnulmu, Kit'
kalau nt 6 p in
Htmr Mlkahala for Nuwlllwlll. Kolna,
Elcele, Makawcli,Valmcaaiu( Krkalm
ut 0 p in
Hlmr hralnnl for Nuwlliwlll, Hauumaulu,
Kltauca, Unlllilwiil mid Haiialcl ut a
Wehr WliiuheMer, JoIiiimmi, fur .lapan Seat.
The steamer V. ft. Hull nrrlu'd In from
windward this oltcrnoon.
The Union Steamship Munowai will be
due from the Colonies on Thurmlay next.
The lino Urkcntlne 8.(1. Wilder, Me
Selll master, will Icavafortho Coast with
1110 tons of aurjar 0n Thursday nt nuon.
The rudder of the scallnc schooner Win.
cheater, niter having n 4x3 batten fastened
to tho outer ond hy Borcnou & I.j lc, was
talcon out this morning and readjusted in
Its place. The rudder worked splendidly,
although, of courts. II l not known how it
will art ntnea. The Wlnehenter will fol
low In the wake of tho Alllc 1. Algar for
the Japan seas this evcnln.
The American fonr.masled schooner
Trnntll, Jorgcuiuii innster, came into tiort
shortly before A o'clock yesterday niter
noon, 12 days from Han I'raneWeo. Bho
brought n general cargo of gctioral mer
clundlio, Including a deck load of shingles.
The Transit had plcasrni weather the
entire passage. She did not bring any
passengers. Captain Jorgensen reKirts
not having seen either llie cutter Corwin,
or steamships Mlowuni, City of lVUn;;, or
Tho following exports wero i-ent to Han
Francisco, per U. . ri. Australia, Jan. n
W. O. Irwin .V Co., 17,1? hags sugar (2,.
145,315 lbs.): Hyman lirothurs, luuu biie
rice: John Kldwcll.liS- pes pineapples, M.
V. McChejney tt Hon, 501 pes hides and
0U pes goatskins; K. 1'. Porter, &M pes
hides nnd 100 goatskins, nnd J2 bnchs
bananas; Cuts. Wilcox, 1030 hnchs bnna
us; JohnBhaw, i78 bnchs buununs; Hint;
Ship, 283 tmclis bananas; (.'mnpboll, Mar
shal t Co., 3011 bnchs bananas; V. Cottu,
Ql bnchs bananas. Hlng Wn, fh huchs ba
nanas; Y.Lum King, 7J bliclm bananas,
0. Lycurgus, 'Ml bin' J bananas; I'. (1.
Camarlnos.'JO bxs fruit: Huwalliui Kxik)i-I-tiou
Company, 2 bullocks nml a lot of ex
hlblta for the Midwinter Knlr. Iiomestlc
l'AlUETT-At Kwa l'luntulioii. Decent
bor20, 1SU3, to tlio wire of 11. B. I'ml
gelt, n daughter.
Carlton Cormvoll, foreman or tho
Gazotto, Mitlrilulowii. N. J., beliuvos
that Chamborlnln'rt Cough 1 Comedy
should lio in uvorv homo. Ho tisotl
It (or a cold and It olToctod a spoody
cum. ITo aays: "It ia indood n grand
romodj, I can rocommond to all. 1
havo also soon it nsod for whooping
cough, with tho bost results." 2ii
and 00 cent bottlos for salo by all
dealors. Uonsoii, Smith & Co., agents
for tho Hawaiian Islands.
DISTRICT COURT MATTERS.
Acquittal for Larcony Anotuor Clio
Fa Oamostor Pleads Guilty.
A Japauoso watchmaker namod 1'.
luniaktchi was triod yesterday in tho
District Court for lnrcony of sixtoon
watch springs valued at ?lt, and
fifty-eight watch crystals, valued nt
$10, tho property of Y. Hosliino.
The theft was said to havo occurred
in May of last year, while tho owner
was absont in Japau. Tho caso was
continued until to-day, after ovi
donco on botli sides had boon taken.
District Magistrate. Robertson dis
Pao, for violatiug soc. 1, net 21, of
tho I'. Q. laws, on Doc. 17, by assist
ing, maintaining and conducting a
cho fa game, pleaded guilty nnd
was liuod $20.
Tho assault and battery caso of
Doiuingos Korroiru was roumudod
until J mi. 11.
Holokaua, Kuoho and Alani ap
peared to answer to a charge of lnr
eony in tho 1th degree at Ewa,
Ualm, on Doc. ;MJ, by stealing ton
mullets valued at .Sl.fiO, front tho
(ishory at Wnikolo, owned by tho
,Suu Chan lon Co. Two Chinese
lishormon stated they had soon tho
defendants fishing in shallow wntor,
about sixty or seventy foot from
shore. Tho fishery and adjoining
lands hnd been leaded from Irene
and ('. A. Drown for a term of ni
years. Tho lease includes fishing in
shallow wator. The natives were
found not guilty this afternoon nnd
Many stubborn and aggraatiug
cases of rheumatism that wcik bo
limed to bo incurable aud accepted
as life legacies, have yielded to
Chamberlain'" I'niu Halm, much to
tho nuriiito and gratification of the
sull'eioru. Ojui application will id
lioo the pain aud miU'orlng and its
continued use insures an oH'cotunl
cure. For sale by all dealorj. Hon
son, Smith .V (., agents for the
LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS.
Rovival nicotines aro to bo hold in
Quoou Emma hall.
Tho stoamor W. G. Hall brought
233 bags cofibo from Koua this after
noon. Thoro will bo an installation of
oflicors of Court Camoes at 7:'M)
o'clock this evening.
Tho Bulletin' is indebted to Cap
tain Jorgonson of tho schooner
Transit for tho latest foreign nows.
Tho roar door to tho Paulhoon
Saloon is to bo closed and tho high
fonco around tho Commercial Saloon
Tho Ennuos residence, Kukui
street, will bo sold by Jas. F. Mor
gan on Saturday, Jati. 13, at 12
Tho Chiuoso aud Japauoso immi
grants who camo on tho S. S. City
of Poking wore released from quaran
tine at 1 o'clock this afternoon.
Charlos Dakor, keopor of tho Gov
ernment stables, has been let out by
Itoad Supervisor Cummiugs. It is
now roportod that Bakor will eutor
a criminal suit against that official.
Manuel Silva, a rortuguoso lad,
was caught by the nativo watchman
of tho Honolulu Iron Works, trying
to mako oil with pioces of copper
from tho foundry. Tho watchman
turnod tho lad ovor to tho police.
W. M. Graham and Miss Borgor,
daughter of Prof. Borgor, will bo
married at St. Andrew Cathodral
at 0:30 o'clock this evening. Thoro
will bo n reception lator at tho resi
dence of Mrs. Long, J'auoa valley.
M. S. Levy, who has lately re
moed to the Itobinsou block, Hotel
street, calls attention to a stock of
now goods. Ho also gives notice of
his instructions to sell tho entire
stock of Japauoso goods in tho Japa
panose Bazaar of Mr. Silva.
Joe Pttni, of the detective force,
has a washing Chinaman in liana to
day, to compol him to surrender
some of I'uni's clothes dotalnod
from tho returnod wash. Washoe
John tried to oxtort ? from Puni
for tho trouble nf bringing back a
was to havo boon glvon by tho Ha
waiian National baud at tho Hotel
this evening, has boon postponed
until Thursday ovoning. Sevornl
now niecos, including tint "Colum
bian March," and "On tho Railroad."
will bo played.
An elderly nativo named Knuaiun
was nearly (frowned near tho Oceanic
wharf yesterday ovoning. Ho fell
olf tho wharf wbile in a state of in
toxication and his cries for help
being hoard by men on tho I'. S. fa.
Philadelphia, a steam launch from
tho cruiser rescued him.
Richard Day was arrested this
aftornoon for tho ombozlonioiit of
Sf0 more or less, monies belonging
to Joseph Tinker, during three
months last past. Day acted in tho
capacity of collector for Tinker
during that time nnd failed to mako
a return of tho amount moutiouod.
Tho following names are register
ed nt tho office of W. G. Irwin & Co.,
ns passengers for San Francisco on
the S. S. Monowai, duo to loavo hero
on Thursday no.t: Jos. Hyman, 0.
II. Walton and wife, J. C. Mnthio
son nnd wife, J.K.Smith, Miss Kiniim
Smith, T.J. McLaughlin, wife and
three children, and Miss K. Moore.
Purser White, of the stoamor W.
G. Hall, reports that while they wore
at Koua aud Kau it was raining day
aud night, with heavy squalls. Kaiu
was also falling all ovor Mnui. While
tho stoamor was at Kau tho men had
to work in tho rain. This morning
was tho first tuny saw of Sol. There
was a northwesterly swoll in the
channel last night.
Alex. D. MoRvoy, late deputy
sheriff of Fresno county, Cal., is on
a visit to Honolulu. As a patrol
man in San Francisco in 1880 ho ox
posed a Chiuoso gambling riug, in
which othors of tho polico were im
plicated. His reward was to be dis
missed from tho service, as tho Ex
aminer stated in an account of tho
doath of tho head Chiuoso gamblor.
Ah You. in 1802. Mr. McF.voy had
boon appointed to tho force through
tho intlitouco of Gouornl O. O. How
ard, United States Army.
MISS ALBU'S BENEFIT.
Audionco Though Small
There was not the bumper house
thoro should havo boon at tho bene
fit to Miss Albu on Saturday even
ing. Probably tho community had
not got sufficiently rested after tho
holiday festivities, aud tho weather
that evening was execrable. Con
sidering, however, that it was tho
fifth appearance of tho Misses Albu,
tho house uudor tho other bad cir
cumstances noted was really fair.
Thoso who attondod will long ro
moinbor tho rare troat enjoyed. It
was tho bost concort given by t ho
Missos Albu. They wore iu superb
voice and did not display the least
trace of vexation over tho depleted
audience from nrevious occasions,
llveiy one of their numbers was rap
turously encored, aud it would be
difficult to declare which ovokod the
greatest enthusiasm. Tho nativo
boiiifs, "Aloha Oo" and "Lllio no a
Like," sung respectively by Miss
Julio aud Miss Roo Albu, with
chorus by tho Quintot Club of na
tlvo mnlo voices, wore nover heard
to bettor advantage.
Tho instrumontalisiu of Prof. Bur
ger and Mr. llosen contributed
much to the evening's pleasure. Mr.
W. J. Cuolho vocalized "Wrecked
and Saved" iu a masterly manner,
and scoied n loud eucoie. lie is an
ornament to local talent. Tho Quiti
til's .MMi.i'e number was delight
.'ivri ili.utiilhn uJOH PHI A VI Ml
done ut Hie llulhtin OjJIce.
Soinowlmt Compllcntod Partition Caso
Supromo Court Adjourns.
Argument was hoard by tho Su
premo Court this morning in Wil
liam Watson and others vs. David
Watson nnd ofliors, an appoal from
a decision of Chief Justico Judd
silting in equity undor tho old stat
ute Achl for William Watson,
Amelia Silva, Roland Watson, David
WntBon and George Watson: Cecil
Brown for J . P. Mondonca. Tho do
croo appealed from ordered a parti
tion. Afterward two of tho plain
tiffs sold out their claims under the
decroo to Mondonca, who wants tho
partition to bo carried out notwith
standing tho salo of claims.
After this hearing tho torm of tho
Supremo Court was adjourned sine
Judgo Coopor has rondorod a de
cision in tho Circuit Court on tho
bill for partition of Maria C. Ramos
ot al. vs. Nicholas and Euos. Maria
tho plaintiff is tho widow of Aurolio
Fortes Ramos, and thoir throe children-
Anna, Rosa and Antono aud
horsolf are tho plaintiffs in tho caso.
They claim that tho dofondants aro
not tho children of Aurolio and havo
no right to a share in his estate Tho
Court finds from tho ovideuco that
Aurolio was married to Kanoiakatna
in 1870; that Nicholas nnd Enos were
thoir children born out of wodlock;
that, aftor tho death of Kanoiakatna,
Aurolio tuarriod Maria and by hor
had four children Anna, Rosa,
Antono nnd January; that January
died about eight months after
Aurolio, being about a year old at
It is further claimed by plaintiffs
Hint if Nicholas and Kuos aro legi
timate children of Aurolio aud Ka
uoiakamn, yet upon tho doath of
Aurolio his six children became en
titled to his estate in equal shares;
and that upon tho doath of January
his share went to his surviving
brothers aud sisters by tho sain
Maria to the exclusion of Nicholas
and Kuos; and nl-o that Nicholas
has received his share in tho estato
of Aurolio by reason of a dcod of a
certain house nnd lot, executed by
his falhor just prior to his doath,
such convoynnco boing in the way of
Juduo Cooper cites Section 1118.
Civil Code, in deciding that if Janu
nry had boon of ago when ho diod,
loaring no widow or issue, his share
iu tho estato of Aurolio would havo
boon inhorited by his mother to tho
exclusion of his brother and sistors;
but ho having diod when nu infant
the descent of his share is governed
bySoction 1110, and the doscoutof
his shnro is not restricted to his
brother nml sistors of tho full blood.
This precludes tho surviving parent
from participating iu the estate of
hor minor child.
I'pon the marriage of parlies all
children who hate boon born to
thorn out of wedlock become thoir
legitimate children, which removes
any bar to Nicholas and Kuos shar
ing iu the estato of the.ir father
Tho Court finds thai the deed to
Nicholas was not git en us an ad
vanceineiit, hut in consideration of
his personal attendance upon his
father during his last illness.
"It is found, therefore, ns a mat
ter of law," tho decision concludes.
"that (ho real estato of Aurolio
fihould bo divided equally bolweou
Nicholas, Kuos, Anna, Rosa aud An
tono, subject to tho widow's right of
dower; and an order appointing n
commissioner to partition tho real
estato iu neeordauco with tho above
finding will bo siguod upon tho a
plication of either tinrtr." J.
Magoou for plnintitrs; Enoch John
son for defendants.
Htimcs- dead ? Not much 1
Leastwise it is not m with the
('nliforniti Komi Company. Wo
lutvo untile it hiisinus.-i for our
sol von, which hns Hlcmlily grown
through nil the hard times other
people tiro complaining about.
Wo havo jtist secured from Mr.
J. K. Colburu his old stand, cor
nor (Juccu and Niuinnu streets,
nnd taken possession of those
lnre nnd convenient promises.
We had to do so, because our
old place al Leluo is loo small
for our fusl-iueroasiiig business.
In a few days the hark "Milium
Ala" will he hero again with hor
fourth full cargo of liny and
Grain, bought hy our Mr. J. N.
Wright who will arrive on that
vessel. We prefer to select our
merchandise ourselves rather
than have others do it, which
means that we get better goods
at a less price.
We thank our many friends
for their liberal patronage for
the past threo years, and hope
hy strict attention to a business
we thoroughlv understand to
merit the patronage of as many
II s UP.EN
Postponed Until Further Notice.
fciii tih: Annoiisi KMI.NTl
rpill. UNDEItNldNr.D WISHES 10
I notifs thi iiiibllutliulthu Mcirry-i:.)-
id will bo rim i;vkhy i mnuiu aitmi-
soon, from . o'cloc- lor ciuiurvn eioeciui
ly, nnd tint propi-r cure will bo toKen to
pmvi nt iiny n, cident or ,,,),Jj,0-,
gfi;.lm ' ' Proprietor.
Mr. H. tt, ChurchM
ML Vernon, Wash.
An Honest Medicine
t-QCumattsm Cured Health Dutlt Up.
Mr. Churchill, formerly of Churchill & Taylor,
autre) ors and civil engineers, Mt. Vernon,
Washington, wiltest "Southern California
Vi as mvliorue tor many yesrs. When I cam
here 1 began to be afflicted alt oxer with
And alio pains la mr back and a (ineral feeling
of belli- mod ud. Mr buslntis takes me out In
the elements all (he time, and I found my
self unnt for work. Heading aa adrertue
'inent ot Hood's uarsaparllla, and learning
also that tho medicine was compounded In
my own State of Massachusetts, 1 concluded
this may be ast-lela. I took
It and am so much improved that x aa out
Hood's sa Cures
In all weathers and travel atl day with no
fatigue and tired feeling. To anr one that
reeit dsu an over i say ue flood's
Hood's Pills cute Lira ills, Jauadioe,
DUIouinesi, Hick Headache aad ConsUpatloa.
HODRON, NKWMAN & CO.,
Agents for Hawaiian Islands.
I have much plcasuro iu
advising my numerous cli
ents that I have received
advices thai the Shamkock
FjInkns have been accorded
The Highest Award, . . .
. . . Medal and Diploma
ut the Chicago World's Knir
for Table Liiron, Towels,
Sheeting, Pillow I.inen,
lluudkerchiefi' and Km
broideiy. W. C. SPROULL,
.Went f.ir the llawalluu Island.
Arc jiixl iu receipt of luro importa
tions by thoir Iron lurks "Paul
and by a number of ves
vela from America.
Couslxting of n large unit complete
Vienna ami Iron (birdcn Furniture,
Smldlery and Cutlery,
Iron Bi'dnloiulu, Etc., Etc.
Bechstein & Seller Pianos
Amorican & European
Oils ami Paint, Lubiicutiug Urease,
Caustic Soda, Wtibh Kodn,
Fillorprcss Cloth, Twine,
Higs, Market baskets,
Demijohns, Etc., Etc.
Hoollng Status, I'Mrclnluku,
Hlioct Zinc, Sheet Jtul,
riain and Corrugatcil Iron,
R. R. Matori.iln,
.Sled Rnilri, Ktc, Kti-.
SUGAR & UIOE
(iohk'ii (iuto, Diamuiul.SpL-iryV, Mir
clinnta nnd Kldorado
uii-et Litiorul Tonus ut
Lovl I'rice by
H. Haokfoli & Co.
f TRADE 1
V MARK C
W.F.Reynolds, : Prop.
IS THK tlOSS 1'KKsE.Vr.
DOLLS & TOYS
at si-i:iaii. tun mid!),
DOLLS Nicely Drcmvl JJo und ..,.
DOLLS Ucttrr Drse.l $1.
DOLLS Uiclily Dre.M f 1.73 to $:,oii.
Fine English Dressed Dolls
With fvurytlihtir to take oil flniul
Doll Heads and Bodies
TKA HETS, VASES, EIO.
( Lttrtin l mrLi or
Purses, Card Cases,
SHU OriIKH -
Our Children's Books
A if K-Ot'tiotinll) 1'nii'.
su Itcnd our Cnlalomie iiinl urn will
surely find Mitiivtlilng you unnt.
I HON t'ASSl'.NOEK TKAINH,
IKON KllKlilltT THAIKH,
KTO., ETC., ETC.. ETC.
An iiiiiHunl attractive vurlvty ut NEW
UOODS to uitfvt the tasto nnd wants ot
our Island community. Apart
from a linn Mix'k ot
Presentation and Miscellaneous Books and
id 1'HR NEW SEASON'S
'i'lmt must Ihi aeon to lit iippri'lntiil.
Also a Unit of
Japauoso Fapor Cropo Books
Ot JIukIoh mid i'alry 'I'nlux.
Additional to a Uuvlldprlni; supply ol tin
nulnnmry giXMl goods for nil k,m'
livonk Is ii stock' ot
Thut uru ns useful ni they unt novel and
attractive, and of all kind mid sites.
Dolls & Dolls' Sundries
3T-Santa Claim' IU-adhI'aiit-iih has
always been noted for itn supply of Dolls
mid nil tho etceteras of dolldom, und this
season leads them all.
Nankin Dolls, Kuk Dolls, ltublier Dolls,
China uolls, l'olls wltu lluu irencn ins
ijtie Heads, Dolls with socalli'd Unbreak
able Hcuds, t'hlnu Heads.
TVYI I C with Ueul Human Hair,
UKJLjLjO Dolls with Nuturul Uok
itiK Huir. some with Tow Hair, Woolly
Hair, und some with No Hair at till.
Bleeping Bolls, "Wakeful Dolls, Smil
ing: Dolla, Cryinu DolU.
in I'lill Dress, Half Dross
and Undress and runsiuu
from about three inches to nearly three
feet in site, and from ten cents to several
Lady Dolls, Ctrl Dolls, Boy Dolls, Baby Dolls
French DoIIh, English Dolls,
Herman Dolls, American Dolls,
Eiiiuliuaux Dolls, Indian Dolls,
Mulatto Dolls, Darkey Dulls.
TVI T Heads, Doll llodles, Doll
JLHJ.L.L WIks, DoII'i Arum, Doll's
Uhoes, Doll's -lockings, Doll's Huts, Doll's
Parasols, Doll's Jewelry, Doll's I'aus, Doll's
Cradles, Doll's lledsteuds, Doll's Trous
seaux, Doll's Carriages, Doll's Tcu Hols,
Wash Sets and Nets ol lots ot necessary
things to complete the happines of u
doll's mamma's life.
E)unl liberal provision it made iu all the
Rubber Toyi, Wooden Toys,
Tin Toys, Horn Toys,
Iron Toys, Paper Toys, Etc.
uDTDOOII OA.ME8, INDODlt tlA.MES
That nru a Jo to btdmld.
fT Everybody and nil ages prosidcd
fui nt Bimi Cuu.' lUM.gr (itTi.ii-.
The Newest and the Latest
CAX ALWAYS 15E FOl'SD AT
3ST. S. SACHS"
Sao Fort Street, Honolulu.
The "Mother's Friend" Patent Shirt Waist!
Tlili i- the latiM improvenii'iit in ioy. SLIrt Wutstt uud a tniu frlmd i.
motliersi no more buttons to tew on, as tbee cannot come oil. Wu liav.
tln'iii In v hlte and in fancy percales from ( cents U(tarJi
HOYS' CALICO WAISTS IN ALL 8IZE- AT 2 CENT.-
Iitet Sliapct In
Children's Cloth Caps, University and Pinafore
We have tlietu in Cream, Cardinal Navv llltio and fecal lironn
(IIILDKEN'S AND INFANTS FANCY FLANNEL COATS at or l..n .r. . .
WATEltED SASH ItlllBONS IN ALL COl.OES.
THE ADELINE BLACK STOCKINGS
They arc pronounced the In-st by nil u bo have ijivoli tln'iu ,i ttml W e have
them for ladles, Kent', children ami infant. In plntti, riMx-d, clroti titfli
mid 0kmi ttork. . . . Ladies' Adeline lllack Stocking reduced to Jo cent
per pair. . . . Ladles' Diamond lllack Stockings at '!' cents r pair
Have joit seen tho CHILDIIEN'S SCHOOL HATS that we arc selling for Jiivent?
They are just the thing for Boy- or (Ilrl.
M S LETV-y
513 UobinsoM Block. Hotel Street.
A I.Ai'.QE A8SOHr.MF.NT 01
Japanese Silk CBpe:.."
IN EVENINO SHADED
"Wool Dress Goodn,
Shawls, Etc., Etc.
3vC. S. IjB"V"r,
513 Roblnion Block, HoUl Street.
National Cane Shredder
I'ATENTED UNDKlt THE LAWS Of I'llE HAWAIIAN 1SI.VN1
H UMI j-assnx.'-tiILf&r?.t.
n-Vri.n ?r ;'.:- ' n
THE UNDERSIONEI) HAVE 11KEN AI'I'OINTED SOLI'. AOKNTri FOR
thi'80 HlliiKDiiKiis and uru now juepared In receive orders.
The great advantage to he derived from tho ihu of the N.nii Can'i:
SilKKDDKit nro thoroughly extuhlisheil nnd urkniiwledgcil hy l'lunterf
Tim large iinuiher id 1'hmterA using them in the United Hluti'. Cuba,
Argontinu Rcpnhlie, I'oru, Anstr.ilia und eliewheie, hear wiliiec In the
Tho tihu of tho Hiiiikddkh very largely iingnieiitK the niuutiiy nf eane
tho mill can grind (25 to 50 ), nlno the extraction of juice (ft to 1 v).
It it u great safeguard, luukiug known ut once tho preceneo of uuy
pieced of iron, Dtakca front cars, or anything which would ho liahlo to damage
the mill, and allowing itmplo limo to remove tamo heforo damaging the mill.
Tho Siiukddf.u ia very strongly made, uud from the iiiiuiuor of itx upeia
tiou it cutH or teara lhcu pieces of wood or iron without often hieakiug the
Biikkdueu ; nnd if anything hrenks, it is simply Mime of the knives or cuttcrc
which can ho quickly und economically replaced. Tho Siii:i:iim:ii, im Uk
nntnn iudientCH, tears tho eano into shreds of varying lengths perfectly open
ing it und allowing tho mill to thoroughly press out the juices without n
quiring the immense extra power necessary to giind or crush the whole
cane. The SllRKDDKit sprciuls the shredded eaue uniformly and evenly to
tho mill rolls, nnd docs away with the necessity of spreading the hagas-c In.
hand between tho mills, where regrindiug is iu use. No greater amount of
boiler capacity is required to operate the BiuiKiincn than that which wa
sufficient fur the mill, for the above reasons. Wo furiiMi full working
drawings for tho installation of our HiiitKiini'.ux, cnuhhiig any compi (cut en
gineer to successfully install and start thorn.
In ordering Siincuiir.UH from us, plcaso send small tl.eteli, thowiug tin
diameter nnd width of tho mill ro'.b with which HniiKiU)i:u is to be connected,
ulso the side (either right or left hand as you face tho delivery hide of the
mill), upon which the mill engino is located, also tho height fiom floor line
to center of front mill roll shaft, and distunce center tlii shaft to front end
of bed plate. These SiiuidU8 aro now being used by the Hilo Migu Co.
and Hani Mill, Koliala, where they aro giving great satisfaction.
gJtT Prices and further particular may bo hnd by applying to
On and ufler the lt du of Janimi),
l)l, the store known as "K A MAIhE"
will be elo-gd out and bu retiicd from
business as fast us possible.
Cash will be exacted forull suli-s niter
that date. Prices will be reduced on
Patrons are requested to settle then
account1) us wipidiy ns osiibte,
MRS. Q. E. BOARDMAN,
AI'AltTY DE8IUES id
llu or to Chaitur u
Hmall .Steamer or Hobooiitr.
For particulars, call at the
Otllce ol this puper.
prietor ol the Uawaiiax.jai'-ant.-si:
Baaai:, Hotel trelt,
to sell his .stock of JAI'
JKff A liig assortment of
.JAPANESE PAPER NAP
KINS will he mil'l i.r.TiiAN'
. Srr i .-ei-
IRWIN & CO., LU,
Suit .ijenlt j'nr (lit 7iiioiiKia .ninfi.
305 NUUAND M'.
ilnor Merchuiit ExcIiuuk'
New Goods and Latest Styles !
PERFECT PIT GUARANTEED.
Customer uetttm: udditiounl suit"
will rccelvo a reduction of fSnnd ll.fo re
duction on pauti. o-JI-Jiii
NUIK'E IU ItEIIEin (IIM.N THV1
the iiiiderilitutd.bbuuTuimbcii, lias
this day sold his Interest III the dr foodi
and i;rK'ery store, lotii'thcr with the lease
of the laud and bullillims vltuato iu Ho
niilulu.oii thociirncrof lleretaniaaud Pen
iieola utrcets, to Tai Kre ot the ame place,
alio the pood will of tho busluo hetuto
fore carried on by him at tntd tand.
SHUN TUNU SEN.
Honolulu, Jan. :' 1mm WO lw