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OAHU RAILWAY AND LAND CO,
To Kwa Mn.i.
1 : ir.
Leave l'enrl City ....!::)
Arrive Ewn Mill lt:07
Leave Ewa Mill,.
Leave Pearl City..
Arrive Honolulu .
A, Saturdays only.
l bnndays excepted.
1). Saturdays excepted.
Iw gUu gj.tUjdin.
WEDNESDAY, JAN. 10, 1891.
Ti mtnv, Jan. !.
Am lAtne W II Dlmond, Tllson, 11 days
from San Francisco
Am schr Marv H, Thomas, Koon, It! day
from Han Francisco
Wcnsesow, .lau. 10.
atuir Wululeaie from Knkulhaele, llntio
kaa and l.shaltm
Stmr Jntnes Makce (rotn Kauai
Stmr (! It DKhup from Kaliilku
Wr.iiMrsmv, Jan. lo.
r'tiur Walah-alc fur Walrnea and Klecle nl
I'lucheidcr, Johnson, for Japan titan
Vostola Leaving To-morrow.
Am hklno H (I Wilder, McNeill, for Han
Utmr 0 K lllshop for Walnnnc, Walalua
Mokulela, Lute, Knlitiku und I'unnluii
at !) a m
CArKooa from Iidand Porta.
Mtinr V (1 Hall
Ill M bat's aUi'.ar. 2.J3 haul
colli e, 134 bags ana, IkIM hidi
134 bags ana, . UIM hide.. 31
head cattle, 75 pkgs iltidflci.
Utmr Wolulcsle-3llis ubc sU;ar.
Krom Hun Francl-wo, ht likttit W II
Hiniond, .lanu (' A l)oi;cn, II I) Moore
Front Mnul and Hawaii, pcridmrWd
Hall, Jantl-l!lshop Willi, V it Hitysul
den, A MeDade, V (Ircemvcll, Wilfred
(Ircemvell, Mini A 1'arN, Mr W O Wtddl
Held, Mm Coxhlll nnd 'J children, .Mrs .1
Morns nnd 2 children, Aknnaund 13 deck.
For Kauai, lierstmr Mlkahala. .Inn II
Mm 1) Douglas. Miss McUowan, W II Itlcc
and wife, Mrs ilcttN, Mr Uorinnn, W UlaN
doll, A M Spronll, Mr llra-li, A 8 Hartwcll,
A Zahlnn nnd 33 deck.
For Maul, iter stmr flaudiuo, Janl) V
41 ...UI11.1 Vtl. i
ii i .. t i
Hold, A Cocklmrn
(' 11 Wolf.
Jiti n Mifitiii
Mn II Ccn.
ter, Miss MagiM" Nniv, II JJcrnanl, K Mol-
.VI, t Ml IIIIHUII . ,
Klehanlson nnd .10 deck.
w i Driiuiiiit, jus Kiiawiii, Joint
Thu barkentlnc S. (1. Wilder will leave
for tho Coast with a full cargo of stiuarat
Tho URr which came bv the slimmer
W. U. Hull for U 1. Irwin A Co., was
transferred lo the hurkelitluc Amelia lo
day. 'I'ho lirltlnh kehiHiuitr Niirnm. Walker
matter, cleared ul the Cttitom Hcmti- tlili
forenoon for IVnrhynaiid Kiimiliipi ll
The iteaiuer Mlkuhaln whlih left for the
Garden Itlc jouterdiiy will urrlvu hereon
Saturday, a day earlier limn usual, nnd
leave tho follow mi; Monday.
Tho ieallntt sohoouer Wlnt'lifnter did
not U'ftvo yi'iturday u exected, hut uiudc
hor departuro to-day. Captain Joliiuou
met tevornl old friend of lili tlurliiK liN
Tho American M'alliii; nchoouur Mary II.
Thomas, Koon maitor, arrived )ettrdnv,
ulitccn duys from San I'mucKc". Hhols
on her way to thu Japan Hoax, nnd only
called In hero for coal nil. Citjilnlu Koou
was prevloimly in tho whaling bindm-hx.
The ktcamer WalaU-alu arrived this
mornlni; from Hauamaiilu, Kauai, with
31C8 bags sugar. Captain Bmyllii- reports
having experienced dirty weather with
plenty of rain. Tho steamer will leave
galu this evening for Walmea and Klecle.
Tho American barkontino W. II. Di
mond. Nllson commander, arrived In nort
about 7:30 o'clock yesterday evening, II
days from Ban Francisco. The Dlmond
lift the aoldeuClate on Dcc'-tlth, at 11
o'clock, and had exceptionally good weath
er with very little rain up to arriving oil'
port at 4 o'clock jesterday. The Dlmond
brought besldos two passengers one cabin
and one Moorage a ceuoral cargo of mer
chandise. Captain Nllson anchored his
vessel In tho stream and this morning
brought her alongside the Ocean I u wharf
to discharge cngro. When usked as to
whether he hud uny stotawnvH ou board
Captain Nllson rcpllod that In didn't carry
II1UIIA.M -UEHGEIt- I ii, Ml. Andrew's
Cathedral, Honolulu, Junuart U. IVJI,
by the Itev. Alex. Mackintosh, Wllliuui
MimtroioUrulituii lo Augusta Harriet
NATIONAL BAND CONOEUT.
Ooiupliuiontiiry to Mr. 'i'hoo. U.
Daviea nt tbo Ilotol.
The Hawaiian National Uaud will
glvu a complimentary concert to
Theo. II. Davlos at tliu Hawaiinu
Hotel to-morrow (Thursday) even
iug at 7:30. I'ollowing in the pro
gram: iMiir i.
.Mttii'h-Coliiinhiuii lliiuril (new) llroukn
Overture-Williuin Tell .llolnl
Cornet Kolo Una HolieiMi' Moiiuok.
. . Itlut-or
Helfi'lldii llawulliin Hniii. l.iboruio
Diivll I Hun I'uM'url. Vuiili
Mt-tlle) Thul'ut'i Iti'iiilivvim . (iii-h)
t Joniel Sulii-Uiili'iii (nt ) Troteiti
Ualop- It.tilrtmil (new). fi.ltlii
lil riUVO the (jlli'i-il.
Tho police now hold taiuvl prac
lieu iu tho Police Station yard. The
target U plat-ed at a distance of
twenty-live yard .. At i.iioii today
the following scoies were made, each
being untitled to live shots:
Lieutenant Knuno 20
Patrolman Coxlmll 1!)
Captain Pailier 22
Patrolman J'aakaulu 21
Deputy Marshal lirouu 21
Turnkey Osiuur 22
Kighl pasNcngersaiii alicady book
ed to leave by the S S. Australia mi
her next tr
LOCAL AND OENEBAL NEWS.
Ckinoso Now Year's occurs on
Feb. Ii. .
Tho prico of brass at proaont Is
fifty conts n pound.
Diamond Hoad, 3 p. ni. Woalltor
cloudy; wind light south,
A.Japanoso cook, with wifo lo help
about tho houso, wants n place.
Bishop Willis returned from Ma
alaoa on tho steamer W. Q. Hall.
J. J. Williams will loavo on tho S.
S. Australia on her next trip for tho
T. W. Hobron says that the Ha
waiiau exhibit will bo opened on tho
A four-masted Hchoonor was re
ported off Diamond Head at 11:15
Mombors of tho Cricket Club will
not forgot the annual mooting to bo
held this ovoning.
David Oroig will leave for his
homo iu Fanuing's Island ott the
The phonograph parlor iu tho
Arlington block is largoly attended
by uotn old and young.
Tho program of tho concert by
tho Hawaiian National band to taku
place to-morrow ovoning appears
C. A. McDoTvoff'In'thu only pas
senger so far booked to leave on tho
S. S. Mariposa on the 18th Inst, for
At 10 o'clock Friday, .las. F. Mor
gan will soil effects of Wing Hing,
bankrupt, by order of L. IJ. Kerr,
assignee, beo list elsowhoro.
Major Goorgo McLeod, of the
commander's staff, P. O. army, will
bo marriud this evening, according
to current reports, to Miss Oillilaud
Tho Bulletin is indobtod to sea
man Bowoll, of tho barkontino W. H.
Dimond. for a full filo of San Fran
cisco papers up to December '29 in
Captain Good, of Co. It of tho 1'.
G. National Guard, is guarded night
and day by a private. When walk
ing around town a private accom
II. F. Walker of Detroit, a guest
at the Hawaiian Hotol, died at 7:15
o'clock yosterday ovoning of con
sumption. Tho lamoutod gentle
man came hero but too lato in hope
of Iwnufiting from tho climate.
BONDS OF MATRIMONY.
Mr. Graham nnd Miss Horror United
There was a large congregation
present iu St. Andrew's Cathedral
at the marriage of W. M. Graham
and Miss Borger yesterday evening.
Itev. Alex. Mackintosh was tho ofll
ciaut in tho coromonv. Tho brides
maids woro Missos Kate McGruw
and Auiia Maertons. J. M. Monsar-
rat was best mail. Her father gave
tho brido away. Wray Taylor play
ed Lohengrin a wedding march ou
tho organ for the entry and Men
dolssouu'rt for thu retiring of tho
bridal pari'. Walter Dillingham
and C. If. Klttegol were tho ushers.
Tho fair brido was an object of in
touso admiration. Her dross was of
while moire antlquo and she woro
tho usual voll. Aftor their marriage
tho couple had a reception at tlio
Booth residence in l'auoa valley.
Thoy loft for Toarl City by special
train at il:!U) tho samo night, and will
spend thoir honeymoon at Kaliuku.
Mr. Graham has been ougagod for
many years as an accountant iu Ho
nolulu, at proseut filling that posi
tion for tho Oahu Hallway and Laud
Company. Ho is a Fast Master in
Hawaiian Lodgo, F. & A. M., and
has always boon popular. His beauti
ful brido is a daughlor of Prof. Iter
gor, tho voteran bandmaster for tho
in tho Clerk'
W. S. Woiid, ox Deputy Sherilf of
Kwa, has been granted a license to
practice law iu the inferior courts.
L. 11. Kerr has filod a bond iu &100
as assignoo of Wing Hing, bankrupt.
Raymond lloyes has mod his ac
count as guardian of the Machado
minora. It shows recoipts, Si72.1.S
expondit tires, $113.(10; balance, .f2.')8.
r8. Thomas It. ami John Lucas, ex
ecutors of the will of tho lato George
Lucas, have filed their first and
final accounts, showing transactions
amounting to $l2,ltkH.!)2, recoipts
ami expenditures balancing. The
oxocutom waive commissions.
New Customs Digoul.
Prom Hon. S. M. Damon, Minister
of Finance has boon rocoived: "Ha
waiian Tariff and Digest of tho LawH
and Regulations of thu Customs;
Pilot, Unrbor and Quarantine Regu
lations, Position and Roarings of
Lighthouses; Customs, Port und
Pilotage Fees; Reciprocity Treaty
with the lnited Status; List of Dip
lomatic nnd Consular Agonts, Con
sular Forum, etc. Second Kdilion,
Revised and Compared with all
Laws and Rulings thereon, up to
October 2Uh, lS'.Ct, by Juo. A. Has
hiiigeraml Thos. (i. Thrum, at the
ivijuest of S, M. Damon, Minister of
Pinauce." It makes a book of more
than 100 pages, printed by R. Grieve.
Hassingor's former Digest had be
come out of date and scarce. The
idea of a new edition tuiggostod it
self to Mr. Damon, wu believe,
through thu discussion of port regu
lations consequent on the stranding
of tlio S. S. Miowora.
wnrl. of roforoiico.
Wook of 1'rayer.
This ovnuiiiK nl (,'oulml Union
Cliiiroh will Lit iliioti'd to tlio an
until cliuu'li ini'otinj; for nu)rtA.
From II to I'J oVIock to-morrow
llicro will Ijii iraynr for tint Iioiiio
woil, li'il Ity J. U, Atliorton.
DISTRICT COURT MATTERS.
Ono Conviction for Trespass and
Another for Larcony,
In the District Court yesterday
afternoon three l'orlugupso, E. A.
Fortes, J. Jose and F. Rodriques
were tried for trespassing and shoot
ing game ou laud at Waiawa owned
by M. P. Hobinsou, on Doc. 22d.
I'orteswas found guilty and sent
enced to pay a fino of $15, tho other
defendants woro discharged. Tho
men caught three wild pigs with the
assistauco of two dogs.
Almost tho first caso on the calen
dar this morning was Justicocharged
with drunkenness. Justice pleaded
guilty and was fined $2.
Ah Hing, a lad from tho Flowery
Kingdom, was found guilty of hav
ing opium in possession, and sont
oncod to pay a fino of $o0.
M. Silva, tho Portuguese lad who
was caught stealing brass from tho
Honolulu Iron Works yosterday
morning, turned stato evidence and
implicated a Chinaman named Chun
Hitig. Tho latter was tried to-day
for recoivintr stolon Koods valued at
$10 during ono month past. Chun
Hing was found guilty and fined $50.
A ronsidorablo amount of old iron
and brass was found on tho man's
WASH IS ALL HIOHT.
Me Vlilts Mrs. Vina KIuk at tho
George Washington, tho colored
boxer, who was pickaxed by Mrs.
Vina King on New Year's day iu a
houso on Queen street, is now able
to be out. Ho left tho Quoou's
Hospital yesterday morning and
visited thu l'olico Station at 1 o'clock
in the nftoruoou. Aftor a talk with
several police officers Washington
asked permission to soo Mrs. King,
his mistress. Permission was grant
ed and "Wash" wont bolow and had
a talk with tho woman. Thoy spent
nearly ono hour in conversation, ap
pearing very friondly to each othor.
No allusion in thoir confab, how
over, was made lo tho opisodo of
Now Year's day. The first questions
wore: "now are yon? How'it your
health?" These were asked by the
man, anil the woman auswereu:
"Very good. How's yoursT" Al
though l ho man had his hoad baud-
aged he seemed lo be rational and
talkod very kindly. Tho caso of tho
King woman comes up on the 12th
There is good reason for the popu
larity of Chamberlain's Cough Item
edy. Davis ii Btuard. of West
Monterey, Clarion Co., Pa., say: "It
has cured people that our physicians
could do nothing for. Wo porsuad
od them to try a bottle of Chamber
laiu'n Cough llcinody and they now
recommend it wilh thu rest of us."
'IT, ami tO cent bottles for salo by all
dealer. Itensou, Smith Hi Co., agents
for tho Hawaiian Islauds.
lliisincoa duitd ? Not much !
Lonslwinc it in not mo with Hie
California Fi'eil Company. Wo
have iiiado a business fov our
selves, which litis steadily grown
through all the hard limes othor
people are complaining uboul.
Wo have jusl scoured from Mr.
J. F. Colhtirn his old stand, cor
ner (Juocn ami Ntuianu streets,
and taken possession of llioso
largo and oonvcnionl promises.
Wo had l do so, hconuso our
old plai'O at Lcloo is too small
for our fasl-inorcasing business.
In a few days tho bark "Manna
Ala" will hi' hero again wilh hor
fourth full oargo of Hay and
Grain, bought by our Mr.' J. N.
Wright who will arrivo on that
vessol. Wo prefer to solcct our
merchandise ourselves rather
than have others do it, which
moans that wo gol holler goods
at a loss price.
Wo thank our many friends
for thoir liberal palronogo for
tho past three voars, and hope
by strict attention to a business
wo thoroughly understand to
merit the patronage of as many
lAl'ANESI'. COOK. WANTS A I'OSU
rJ tlou, his wlfi' will work an imrte and
V. O. Box 'MO.
Oi mil til Ki-lilinoto, Nmianu avenue.
Circuit Court, First Circuit of tho Ha
waiian lulnndo. -Iu Proliato.
IN THE MATTER OK THE
EST AT J J
1. of I, Ull HANO, Into of Honolulu,
Un rcuilini' una lillui'
thu Utlou of B.
Aliml, of KhIiuIiiI, Maul, allegluc that
l.ul: bung, of Honolulu, died Intestate at
Chov Hang, Chliiu.ou the 8th day of July,
A. 1). ItW, ntut praying that Letter of Ad
inliilittrutloii Issuo in H. Ahml.
It U ordered that MONDAY, the l.Mh
day of .lunuarv, A. D. 191, ht und horeby
Is appointed lor hearing taid putltlou In
thn t Hurt Room of this Court, tit Hono
lulu, at wliirli time and place till persons
t'oucerni'il may apjiear mid show cunie, If
any thuy huv', wh -ttttl potltlon should
not ho granted.
Dated Honolulu, II. L, Dot-. 1.1, IS'U.
Ity thi Court:
WU-iit w.vrt Clerk
Postponed Until Further Notice,
&0T W i ii i on tiii: Assou.suniml
A'i . ,-. lUenuvtion u.IUU I'lllXTlNa
tfonc i Ac litilUlin Ojlict.
Rich Rod Blood
Results fromtaklng Hood's
Wtt '' IE)
Of San Francisco.
For several y mi 1 have bn troubltd with
blotches and plmplss on my face and toij,
which were very annoying. I tried savtral pre
scription!, and alio otber nudlcloei, but Uisj
Hood's s Cures
did ftot seem to benefit me. IJtitHllahisnd
adrlted rna to try Hood's ttariapttltla. 1 tu
deterialned to clve It
A Thorough Trial.
Arttr using two bottles, my skin rtturntil to Ks
naturals state. 1 sUll aia It, as It tires rae
strength and vigor. I never had bstter hsalUi
Iu inr life, and low It to Ukloa Hood's Maria
rtartDa." Ciias. Walueb, with Catvlll Hit
Ca, tt Eltnm Hires t, Han Franclico.
Hood's Plllo sr th btit aturdionw
Pull, asilit dlgsiUon. curt beadacbe. SSo.
1IODROK, NEWMAN A CO.,
Agents (or Hawaiian Islands.
I have much plcasuro in
advising my numerous oli
onls Unit I huve received
advices lhal the Shamrock
Lis'kns havo boon accorded
The Highest Award, . . .
. . . Medal and Diploma
at thu Chicago World's Fair
for Table Linen, Towels,
Sheeting, Pillow Linen,
Handkerchiefs and Kin-
W. C. SPROULL,
Hole Auenl (or the Hawaiian Inland'.
Am jtul in receipt of large importa
tions by their iron barks "1'hiiI
Iscnborg" and " J. C. riluger,"
and by a number of u
nels from America.
Constating of it largo und complete
Vienna und iron Garden Furniture,
Hnddlery and Cutlery,
Iron ltedsteadd, Kle., rUe.
Bechstein k Seller Pianos
Amerloan 6c European
OiUand l'nintH, Lubricating (Ireane,
C'austio Soda, Wttbh Soda,
FiltcrprcBb Olotli, Twine,
Hi(;s, Market lliinketn,
Demijolinr, I-Uc, Kte.
Ituollug Slates, Kirelniekx,
Slii-ct Zinc, Hlieol Lciul,
Plain und Corrugated Iron,
It. H. Muluriali),
Steel Hails, Kle., Kle.
SUUAIi ,V: KIOE
Onltleii (Jale, Diamond, Spen.t't!, Mer
t'liuuU and l'.liloiinli
must Libel .tl
H. Httokfitld 6L Go.
I TRADE J
W.F.Reynolds, : Prop.
IS THE I10SS PHINKNT.
DOLLS & TOYS
AT "Ml'IAILT I.OW rRltrit.
DOLLS Nicely Dressed 35c. and !h:
DOLLS Better Dreisedll.
DOLLS Richly Dreawd $I.T5 lo (T. U.
Fine English Dressed Dolls
Willi evervthlin; to taliiull Man J
Doll Heads and Bodies
TKA BETS, VASES, EVO.
. F.tAtJiirt't. dhn-ay or-
Purses, Card Cases,
Our Children's Books
Ara Kiiii.llo!mll,v rim.
X- Itcml our Cataluue und v
xnrely llml nometliitii; you untit.
IRON l'ABSLNOKIt TRAINS,
IRON KRKK1HT TRAINS,
ETC., ETC.. r.T0.. ETC.
- PRKSENTS THIS
An unuiuul attractive vurlely of NEW
0001)3 to meet the taato and wauttof
our Inland community. Apart
from a Hue stock of
Presentation and Miscellaneous Books and
IS THE NEW SEASON'S
That mutt Ut seen to he appreelutud.
Also a lino of
Japanoso Paper Cropo Books
Of Jingles and Fairy Tales.
Additional to a bewildering supply of tho
customary good goods for all good
people Ii a Block of
That are as useful at they are novel and
utirautive, ami oi an kiiiuh ami mien.
Dolls & Dolls' Sundries
cVHasm CtAUit' Hkaduaiiibiw has
always been noted for Its supply of Dolls
and all the etceteras of dolldom, and this
seaion leads them all.
KID DOLLS, "d'o.,
Nankin Dolls, Rag Dolls, Ruhher DolN,
China Dolls, Dolls with l'lno Kreueh III
que Heads, Dolls with socallfd Cnhreak
ahle Heads, China Headi.
TrVI I tl with Reul Human lUIr,
UvJjLtJUO Dolls w Ith Naturul Look
lug Hair, somo with Tow Hair, Woolly
Hair, and some with No Hair ut all,
Blooping DolU, "Wakoful Dolls, Smil
ing Dolla, Crying Dolls.
Tpir I O in Kull Dross, Half Dress
JLW-Lj J-0 and Undreas and raiiEinK
from about three Inches to nearly three
feut In site, and from ten cunts to ticvoral
Lady Dolls, Girl DolU, Boy Dolls, Baby Dolls
French DoIIh, Kritslluli Dolls,
Herman Dolls, American DolU,
Equlniaux Dolls, Indian Doll
m u unto imus, imrkcy
I"iT T Heads, Doll
UXJILj Wlirs. Doll's
Shoes, Doll's Stockings, Poll':. Hats, Doll's
rarasois, uoirs jeweiry.nou's i'ans.uoirs
Cradles, Doll's llodbtends, Doll's Trous
scaux, Doll's Currlai;ok. Doll'n Tea Sets,
Wauli Sets and uuls of Iota of necessary
thliiKS to complete the happlnoss of u
doll's mamma's life.
lvpial llheral provision I- mudu ill all the
Rubber Toyi, Woodeu Toys,
Tla Toys, Horn Toyi,
Iron Toys, Paper Toys, Etc.
oi'rDixii: OAMEs, inihioi: iia.meh
That are a o to heboid.
Evenhodv and all axes provided
In, Ut SM IHIC llhlgl VIITHI'.
The Newest and the Latest
CAX ALWAYS 1JE FOUND AT
3XT. S. &JCtt&'
DSO Port Street, Honolulu.
The "Mother's Friend". Patent Shirt Waist!
This i the latent Improvement In Hoys' Shirt WnlM and a true friend to
mothers: no more buttons to sew on, as tbee cannot come oil. V have
them In white and Iu fancy percales from 05 cents upward
ROYS' CALICO WAISTS IN ALL SIZES AT ' CENTS.
- l.atet Sha In
Children's Cloth Caps. University and Pinafore
We hare them in ('renin, Cardinal, Nuvv Uluo and hvt Broun
CHILDREN'S AND INFANT'S FANCY FLANNEL COATS at very Iw pr.. e
WATEREI) SASH RIUBON8 IN ALL COLORS.
THE ADELINE BLACK STOCKINGS
They are pronounced the beit hy all who have (jlveli them n trial. We have
them for ladies, gents, children and Infants, In plain, ribbed, drop stltrii
and open work, . . . Ladies' Adeline Black Stocking reduced to It) cent
1-er pair. . . . Ladles' Diamond Black Stocklnp, at '!'; cents r pair
Have you seen the CHILDREN'S SCHOOL HATS that wo are elllnR for -.in-mf
They aro jnt the thing for Boys or (llrli.
518 Kobinson Block, Hotel Street.
HAS RECEIVED NOTICE !
A LARGE AB80RTMENT OF
Japanese Silk ft:..,
IN EVENINO SHADES
Wool Dress CJoods,
Shawls, Etc., Etc.
513 RoblnwD Block, Uoltl Street.
National Cane Shredder
PATENTED HNDEK THE LAWS Ol' I'HI: HAWAIIAN I.-I.m
mmrm Mi-nrr -. Lf3a-iam.j r .-tjt-j vi
THE UNDERSIGNED HAVE 11EEN AITOINTKI) SOLE AGENTS 1'OH
these Siliti:t)i)EHH and are now prep.ired to receive oiiL.th.
Tho great ndvnntUReH to bo derived from Hie use of the National Cask
Hhheddeu aro thoroughly established and aeknowkd;rd by l'luutcr.-.
The largo iiiiinber of rianters using llieiu iu the United State.-, Ctib.i,
Argentina Itonuhlie, IVrn, Australia and elsewheif, bear uilnc-s lo tho
The use oi tlio uiiiikddkk very largely augments the iii:tutlly d v.f
tho mill can grind (25 to GO .), also the extraction of juice (f to V2.).
It is a great safeguard, making known at once tlio t-.rchcuco of au
pieces of iron, stakes from ears, or anything which would be liable to damage
tho mill, and allowing ample tiiuo to remove same before damaging tho mill.
The SiMiKDDKR is very strongly made, and from the manner of its opera
lion it cuts or tears these pieces of wood or iron without often breaking tin
HiiiiKHUKit; and it anything breaks, it is simply some of the knives or ctttterc,
which can be quickly and economically replaced. The Siikkhukii, us Hi
name indicates, tears tho cauo into shreds of varying lengths, perfectly open
ing it and allowing the mill to thoroughly prcs out tho juice without n
iiiiriug the immouso extra power neccsMiry lo grind or cinch the whole
cane. Thn SmtKuiiEit spreads the shredded eauo uniformly and evenly tu
tho mill rolls, and does away with tho necessity of spreading the hague bv
hand between thu mills, whero regrinding is in use. No greater amount of
boiler capaoily is required to operate the Kiiiii:inr.ii than that which wan
suiUcient for the mill, for the ubnve reasons. We furnish full workitiK
drawings for tho installation of our HiutKi!i:id, enabling any competent en
gineer to successfully iustull und start them.
In ordering SiiitEnDERH from us, please sond small tketcli. showing the
diameter and width of tho mill ro'.'.j with which Siiiii:im:u is to be connected
also the side (either light or left hand as you fue.e iho delivery side of tin-
mill), upon wincu.ine nun engine is loeaieu, aiso too ucigiii irom uoor 1 1 in
to center of front fbill roll elndt, and distance center this bliuft to front end
of bed plate. These BilitenuKita re unw being used by the Uilo Su'ai C
and Hawi Mill, Kohala, whore they are giving great satisfaction.
g0 1'rieeH and further particulars may be had hy applying to
WM. G. IRWIN & CO., LU,
blKMf Si'U Aiiritts fur tht uii'uiiiiii litmult.
On und ulter tho 1st day of Jutmim,
Ihftl.thc stord known us"KA MAILE"
will ho closed out und lu retired from
business as fast a posslhlc.
I 'ash s III ho I'Mii'liil forall sales nflcr
thai tlutc. Price will he reduced up
Patrons are rnpiesltsl lo settle their
accounts us rapidly us pmslhle.
MRS. 0. E. BOARDMAN,
Till: I'NDr.HMDNEI) IS I'llEI'AllED
L to make all kliuls o( Toiohstoiie
luus, Hummerud Iron Woik,
Eitlmatns ou uppllcittlou.
I'immo Siicet. at Sterling's I'alnt Sho
tiii'litrof (he Hawaiian.) m-
anksi: Baza ah, Hotel -mvt.
to sell his stock nl" JAP
KS5 ')'fi' asM)itinent of
.J AT ANBS !C PA I B K N A I -KTXS
will he oll us-; than
t - i j
.iu. Nil tl A M M
Sent dixir Mcli hum Kil'1,.41,,-
' New Goods ami Latest Styles !
I'KHFlilT I-'IT ill AHANTKKD.
UT l.'ustouieis Kt'tllU); additional ruit
will receive u redm tiou of Jjmnl i lo re
dilution on pautii. I'.'l 3m
NOTICE is hcrrh e.lveli lli.r the und.-i
signed hu- hceu duly iip;-ontid ltd
miliMialor of the InmN if m tlfe aii.l
mel llinilid In l.thuu, Kuusi and ut
Kamiikela, Honolulu, Oahu. All p.iyiuem
mint he liiude to the uudertlKiied.
'(MJ.Sn' IIENI It. NAMAKAOlvilAUL