OAHU RAILWAY AND LAND CO.
To F.tvA Milu
Leave Honolulu !I5 l: 13
Leave Pearl Citv ....:30 2:30
Arrlv Ewn Mill 9:67 2:A7
Leave Kwu Mill .
l.cavo Peatl City
ftlu gnUjj S UlMitt,
FRIDAY, JAN. 12, 1891.
3 b Monownl, Carey, form the Colonies
Stinr Pele from Kaunl
Stnir Iwalanl (rum Kniml
Stnir K&ala (rum Koliukti
r'Httnv, Jnii. 1-'.
S S Monowal, Carey, for Sin Francisco at
Stiur W O Hall for Lalmlnn, Mnnlaoa,
Kona, Knu and Volcano at 10 a in
Htm f Polo (or Makawell at 0 p in
From the Colonics, per S S Motiowui,
Juu 12 Mr and Mm l.n Motle ami child,
one steerage and 23i:aMh and Wl steerage
puuengers In trantit.
1'or Maul and Hawaii, p.-r slnir W (1
Hall, Jaul2-MI8 Untie Kclil, 1 HmVii
itnln and about 10 deck.
For San Frauclscn, jor S 8 Monow al, Jan
12-Froru Honolulu; Jo-t Hyman, O 11
Wallers and wife, J C Mathieson and wife,
JK Smith, Ml,i Emma Smith, TJ Me
t.aughlln, wife ami 3 children, Miss K
Moore, I)r II Fried Inondcr, V V Ashford,
Tho J Kliif!, W C Peacock, O Scholt ami"
There wtru about HAtibsgs of sugar at
Makawell plantation when the steamer
IVIn left yesterday. She will leave ui;aln
this evening for Makawell.
The S. S. Monowat carried tlio folloning
argoi 110 bnchs bananas, J no. Shaw:
MS do.. O. Lycurgus; i do., Aklm; 2u0
do., W. Costn: 2U7do., Ooni lives A Co.;
123 d, SIiik alni?. r. do., F. F. Porter;
Mi do.. Y. Lum Sings 3 do., Chan. Wll
vox: ICiJdo., Campbell, Marshall A Co.;
;ll pk)t! betel leavei, Sam Wo: 22 boxes
pineapples, J no. Kldwcll; .'113 bdls green
hide, 0. J. Waller; 601!) bap-, sugar, W.U.
liwlnJcfo; I lot exhibits, Havaltati Ex
hlbit Co. Domestic value, f 2.UX.
PRATT -In Hits city. January II, l.9l,
Frank 8. Pratt, ugod (B year.
ItsV- Funeral will tako place from his
residence, Punchlovl street, at 'J&uo'cluck
Two Dozon Natives In Trouble
Account of a Luau.
Ou the night of J miliary Uth, a
luau was given at tho rosidonce of
Robert Waialeale, at Waimon, in
honor of sovoral friends from Hono
lulu. Thoru woro twenty-sis per
sons prosont, all boiug natiros, who
enjoyed themselves as Hawaiians
generally do, viz., with singing and
hula dancing. Naturally, of course,
a fow of tho young fellows bocamo a
little boisterous, and inudo a littlo
nioro uoiso probably than was neces
sary. Uowover, overylhiug passed
off pleasantly and uvory one wont
homo highly joyful. Judgo of tho
surprise causod in the district whon
tin tho following day twonty-four of
thoso who attended tho lunu wore
arrested for disturbing tho quiet of
the night on warrants issued by
Judgo Kapuuiai. Sheriff Omstoad
made tho arrest.
Robort Waialoale, at who.su houso
tho luau was hold, lately managed
an entertainment in aid of the Y. M.
O. A. at that placo and successfully
carried it through, tho result of his
efforts being a contribution of bo
twoon thirty and forty dollars to tho
fund of that body.
This is only one instance of tho
hlgh-baudod dealings carried ou by
annexation authorities on tho Oar
den Isle, and tho natives are won
dering whether they aro living in
anciont timos or in a civilized coun
try. Thoy think it is a pity they
can't ontortaiu thoir friouds without
boiug subjoctod to tho humiliation
of an arrest.
Tho parties woro to have come to
Honolulu, but owing to tho arrest
will havo to slay over. Thoir trial
was to como up to-day.
WHERE THE PEOPLE ARE.
Omat Demonstration, at the Concert
to Mr. Davloa.
Mr. Theo. II. Davies has reason to
be highly gratified al the demon
stration in his honor yesterday
uvoning, when a concert compli
mentary to him was given at tho
Hawaiian Hotol by tho Hnwaiiau
National Band. Thoro was a con
courso of pooplo crowding tho spa
cious grounds, presenting a sea of
heads to tho view from tho hotel
balconies. Auywhoro from 2000 to
.'WOO people were prosont to hoar
the superb musio and testify their
esteem for ono of the loading cham
pions of Hawaiian independence.
In a fashiounblo throng in tho par
lor, lauai and lower vorauda woro
H'jveral officers of the American and
British warships, and members of
tho diplomatic aud consular corps.
Tho music, especially tho native
songs, woro received with rapturous
applause. It waS suggested by a
connoisseur that the singing of
tho boys would hnvo been helped
if accompaniod by a saxophone.
This hint may bo taken into con
sideration by Bandmaster Liborniu
for future occasions. Tho donso
ciowd of woll-bohaved Hawaiians
who hung tiiiou tho music of thoir
own hand, cheering the patriotic re
frains till tho welkin rang, formed
an object lesson that might well bo
takon to hoarl by tho alien crows
who nro making preparation;, for n
faotitioiiH jubilation ovi-r the first
anuiersary of the attempt to de
prive this friendly and hospitable
i)3ople of their uatiuiial tuistoucn.
Tho coucort closed by the baud
playing with a vim tho "seditious"
air generally known as "Hnwaii
OOAX AND GENERAL NEWS.
A Probato Court notico appears
Diamond Hoad, fl p. in. Wontlter
Lazy, wind light oast.
Australian frosh mutton fa to bo
had at tho Metropolitan Mont Co.'s
llonsles hnvo boon very provalnt
in Samoa. Over 1000 upatlist have
Tho Makawoli plantation fa work
ing nigbt and day, making about
eighty tons of sugar daily.
Mr. Parko has found his dog
Shindy and cancelled tho advertise
ment after only one insertion in tho
Jas. F. Morgan will sell luuibor
on the esplanade at 10 a. m. to-morrow,
and tho Emtnes residonco at his
salesroom at 12 m.
Owing to tho absonce of President
Kitcat and other officers, tho annual
meeting of thoCrickot Club adjourn
ed to tho 23d inst.
Malor-Goneral Sims. It. E., is a
through passongor on tho S. S. Mo
nowai. Ho is accompanied by his
wife and daughter.
E. Mullor loft outho S. S. Mono
wai this afternoon for San Fran
cisco, on his way to Germany. Mrs.
Mullor stayed bohind.
Two players belonging to tho P.
U. band, John Tunoy, drummer,and
M. Gomes, left on tho S.S. Monownl
to-day for San Francisco.
Strings nro fastened all over tho
fronts of tho Government buildings
to hang lantorns on for an illumina
tion tho night of tho 17th.
II. D. M. S. Champion, detained
hero ou account of tho political
troubles, was daily expected at
Rarotonga al latest accounts.
If you want anything done in
stone, concroto,r plaster work, John
F. Bowler, whoso card appears olso
whero, will do it in tho best stylo,
Central Union Church will bo
lighted from tho now electric station
for tho first tiino this evening. Ono
of tho engines was running to-day.
C. A. McDowell and R. Stafford
and daughter aro booked for the
Colonies on tho S. S. Mariposa duo
horo ou tho 19th inst. from tho
This evening's meeting at Central
Union Church will bo devoted to
prayer for the young in Sunday
schools and in day schools. F. A.
Hosmor is tho loador.
Tho S. S. Monownl doparted at .
o'clock this afternoon for San Fran
cisco, quito a crowd being on tho
wharf. Tho P. G. band played for
ovor an hour previous to hor depar
ture. Tho California Food Co. aro still
pushing business. It id only a fow
wooks sinco they imported a ship
load of hay nnd grain by tho bark
Mauna Ala, and now their Mr. T. J.
King is off to San Fraucinco for
anot nor cargo.
Gonoral Secretary Corbott makes
a live periodical out of tho Y. M. C.
A. Roviow. His assistant, W. C.
Weodon, contributes a poem and a
loading articlo to tho current ntim
bor. Tho rest is filled with news
about tho Association and its mem
bers. Pico Miranda, tho colorod man
who assisted Domingos Forreira in
tho assault on John Silva, was ar
rested yostorday as au accomplice.
Tho poiico learned that Miranda in
tended leaving on tho barkontino S.
G. Wilder, ami an olllcor found him
on tho vessel.
Reports that cTw. Ashford's trio
to tho Coast is connocled with poll
tics and will m oxtonded to Wash
ington, that gontlomau desired tho
Bulletin to say, aro uufouuded. Ho
is out of politics and his errand
across tho water is of a puroly privato
Adolf Mullor writes a note to say
that his wifo does not intend to
leave the islands, ami is soliciting
funds only to pay his passage to his
father's homo in Germany, whoro
Bho has been advised to havo him
sent, as ho is suffering from chronic,
Chief Justice Judd
handsomo sidewalk of content
at his proporty, Fort and Morchant
stroot. John F. Bowler, a master in
that kind of work, has tho job. It
will bo ono of tho bost bits in all
tho progressing sidewalk reconstruc
tion ordered by tho law of 18112.
Makua, a boatboy who went out
in tho barkontino Planter yostorday,
and was to roturn in tho pilot boat,
hid himself away in some part of
tho vessel, and could not bo found
whon tho pilol loft. Ho will proba
bly have gone as a mascot for nkip
ner Dow In his ocean race with the
Wildor and Amelia.
Fine Proporty ut Auction.
Al 12 o'clock noon to-morrow Jai.
F. Morgan will offer at auction that
valuablo proporty known ns tho
Emtnes residence. It is situated on
Kuktii street, with a froutago of 118
foot and a dojith of 200. Thoro aro
a two-story dwelling house and
sovoral other buildings on the prom
ises. This is a raro chance to get a
City proporty that is bound to ap
preciate ui valuo as timo passes.
"I know an old soldier who had
chronic diarrhira of long standing
to have been permanently cured by
taking Chamberlain's Colic, Choleru
anil Diarrhoea Remedy," says Edward
Shumpik, a prominent druggist of
Minneapolis. .Minn. "I have bold
tho remedy in this city for over sovon
years and consider 'it superior to
auy other medicine now on the
market for bowel complaints," ''."
nud f0 cent bottles of this remody
fur sale by all dealers. Benson, i
bmith tX Co., agents fur the lluwai
The Diiily UulUtln, OOcenti ptr month.
THE LATE FRANK B. PRATT.
Some Particulars of His Private and
In yesterday's papor thoro was
only timo to insert a baro mention
of tho death of Frank S. Pratt, which
took placo just as the last pages
were going to preis.
Since his return from San Fran
cisco sovoral months ago, tho lato
Mr. Pratt was not strong enough to
como down town. Tho cause of his
death was dropsy. Franklin Soavor
Pratt was a uativo of Boston, Massa
chusetts, having boon born there
November 1, 1821). He received his
education at tho Franklin Institute,
and camo to Honolulu in 1850. It
is just -U yoara ago this day (Jan
uary 12) that the lato Mr.-i'ratt and
W. F. Allen, who liko him has held
various public positions under tho
Government of Hawaii, sailed from
Boston in tho ship Eliza Warwick.
Mr. Pratt left horo for San Fran
cisco nftor a short stay but roturnod
to make his homo In tho islands.
Ho married in 18G1 Miss Elizabeth
Kekaaniau Laauui, tho daughtor of
a cnief, wno survivos mm anu is
well-known as ono of tho brightest
and most cultivated womon of Ho
lulu. Mr. Pratt was connected in
business with ono Mr. Luddlngton
and again with C. A. Williams, after
ward doing a prosperous business as
agont of tho Phoenix Guano Islands
Company. After paying a visit to
his old homo he went into sugar
planting, starting the Waimaualo
plantation and having tho steamer
Waimaualo built on tho Coast ho
brought hor down himself. Later
ho wont into the Olowalu plantation
and then into tho auction business
with L. J. Lovey.
Then Mr. Pratt was called Into
I ho public sorvico as Rogistrar of
Publio Accounts, holding that posi
tion for many yoars. llo was ap
pointed to succoed tho lato David
McKinloy brothor of tho author of
tho United States tariff bill now in
voguo as Hawaiian Consul-Goneral
ror luu 1'acilic Uoast. llo iioiu tnis
oQico until after tho Provisional
Government's advent, whon that
body romoved him on account of his
publin dofonso of his wifo's claim to
an iutorost in tho crown lands. Mr.
Pratt was highly osteomod as a
friend by his intimates and honored
in always possessing tho confidence
of tho community at largo in his
The funeral will start from tho
deccasod's rosldonco on Printor's
Lane, ou Sunday, at 2:'i0 o'clock p.
in. A funoral sorvico will bo hold in
St. Atidrow's Cathedral, commenc
ing punctually at 8 o'cl"', p. m.
Interns tine Visitor.
An invoutor is in town. It is
Frank Wnlcol of Sydney, who lu
vcuted tho wonderful knife sharpen
er advertised by tho Hawaiian Hard-
waro Co. 'mat nrtn Knowing a goou
thing when it sees it bought up all
of Mr. Waloot's stock of tho articlo.
It is going fast, too. Auothor ex
ceedingly handy invontion of Mr.
Wnlcot's Is a combination two-bladed
Itnifo aud other appliances n
crosscut saw, corkscrow, 2 inch rulo,
glass and pattorn cutter, and scales
to wolgh 12 pounds. This articlo
has been taken hold of by tho Yoko
hama Bazaar, whoro tf'O inventor
will attend on Saturday to givo in
structions how to use tho knife
sharponor and tho attachments of
tho knife. Ho had a vory successful
trade In Yokohama, whoro ho hold
forth in a portablo booth. Tho P. G.
lawngaiust peddling provouts him
from doing business on his own ac
count horo. Mr. Walcot Is accom
panied by his wifo. They will loavo
for Sydney by tho Mariposs uoxt
woek, nnd in tho meantimo will seo
as much as possible of Honolulu
Thoro is good reason for tho popu
larity of Chamberlalu's Cough Rem
edy. Davis & Buzard, of West
Monterey, Clarion Co., Pa., say: "It
has cured people that our physicians
could do nothing for. We persuad
ed them to try a bottle of Chambor
Iain's Cough Rotnody and thoy now
rocommond it with tho rest of us."
2u nud GO cont bottles for salo by all
doalors. Benson, Smith & Co., agents
for the Hawaiian Islauds.
f APANESIS COOK WANIS A I'OSl
r) tlun, hN lf will work us iiureaud
P. O. llo K.
Hi mil ut Ui.hluuiti), Nuiiaun nveiuie,
rbl.A.ND tMlAPE.S-8 POUNDS FOR fl,
For sale hi
Saved MyWife'8 Life
Woakness, Nervousness, Salt
John W Jone
"Of ray own tree will aud accord, unbiased by
anyone, anJ wbhtng only to do good to the
afflicted, I with U toll of the good qoaUUst of
Hood's Ssnapirllla and Hood's mil. I think
there aro no medicines equal to Ultra, and hart
firored their mult by experience in my own
amlly. My r.LTe, luetic!, has been afflicted
wlin wtakncM. ticrrqumcii. and silt rhium. I
spent nearly nil tint I had of tills world's goods
for doctor's blllt and medicine tmttl we decided
to try Hood's SariapailUa. It undoubtedly
avod My Wife From the Crave.
The salt rheum has entirely btalsd and she I
resier4 gi health. I hare many
friends and relatives In the east who win be
glad to know that
Has cured my wife."
Jntrv Vf. Javii
HOOD'S) PILLS retb trtsrdlnnsr TOli,
Mill! dlft.ltoa, sue hUch. Try a box. Me.
HOBUON, NEWMAN A CO.,
Agents for Hawaiian Islands.
Circuit Court, First Circuit of the Ha
waiian Islands In Probato.
IN TIIF. MATTER OF THE ESTATE
of UNO 1UKO, late of Honolulu, Oaha,
A Document, purporting to bo tho Latt
Will and Testament of Ono luko, deceased,
having on the 12th day of January, A. D.
lH, been presented to said Probate Court,
end a petition for the Probate thereof, and
for the Ivnance of Letters Testamentary
to Kcaloha luko havlnjf been filed by her.
It Is hereby ordered, that MONDAY, tho
10th day of February, A. D. IBM, at 10
o'clock a. !.. of said day, at the Court
Kooni of said Court, at the Court Uouxe
Hulldlnft in Honolulu, be, and the same
Is, horrby appolntod tho time for proving
said Will and hearing said application,
when and where any person Interested
may appear and con'Cjt the said Will, nnd
tho grouting of Letters Teitarar titary.
Dated Honolulu, H. I., Jan. 12, 1WI.
Hy the Court:
U2!M!t WJ Clork.
Shamrock Linens I
I huvo much pleasure- in
advising my numerous cli
ents tlti.it I Jmvo received
advices that tho Shamrock
Linens hnvo boon nrcordod
Tho Highest Award, . . .
. . . Medal and Dipam
ut tho Chicago World's Fnir
for Tublo Linen, ToweU,
Sheeting, Pillow Linen,
Handkerchiefs and Em
broidery. W. C. SPROUZiI.,
Bole Agent for tho Hawaiian Island.
Chinese Engine Co. No. 5.
AT THE REGULAR ANNUAL MEET
ing of the Chinese Engine Co. No. 6
held In their hall on Maunakea street, on
tho 3d Inst., tire following gemlemen were
declared duly elected at t) dicers of the
Chlnetu Englno Co, No. 5 for the ensuing
Foreman, re-elected.. Chung Kim
1st Assistant Foiomun, re-tilccted.
Al Assistant Foromuu, iu-elected ..
Secretary, re-elected Lau Chong
Treasurer, re-elected Lam Slug
Sot-rotary t'hlnee Engine Co. No. 5.
United Chinese Society.
AT THE REGULAR MEETING OF
the United Ohluuao Socloty held on
the 1st day of January, A. 1). 1H91. the fol
lowing were declared duly elected as Otll
cers of the corporation for the I'lisulng
year, vU. :
. , .Chang Elm
l.itu Chock tilng
Wong Wnh Foy
Hivrolury Unltt-d Chines Society.
ALL RILLS DUE AGAINHT THE Ho
nolulu Road Hoard In future are re
quested to be presented at the otllce of the
Road Supervisor (if Honolulu on the 2tith
of each mouth, otherwise they will he ex
empt from that niouth'H estimate and like
ly not to lie paid for ouu it two month
utter. 11 y order of the Honolulu Roud
Hoard, W. II. CUMMINGS.
b'JU-tf Rond Suiervlsor, Honolulu.
HEAL estate for sale.
ir VALUABLE PIECES OF
I Improved Propurty, located
in dltlrint Purls of the City of
Honolulu; all burKnlns. Apply
far full tiartiuulnrit to
BRUU1J A. J. OARTWitlUHT.
riWO NICELY FUR
A. nlshed Rooms for
Gentlemen at So.
I TRADE 1
W. F. Reynolds, : Prop.
IS THE BOSS PRESENT.
DOLLS & TOYS
AT DPIClALLY LOW IT.ICts.
DOLLS Nicely Drc!ed 35c. and GOc.
DOLLS Rotter Dressed $1.
DOLLS Richly Dressed f 1.75 to $7.50.
Fine English Dressed Dolls
Willi evorythiuK to tnkootriOaud
Doll Heads and Bodies
TEA SBTS, VASES, ETC.
- mcirririL iiisfLw or
Purses, Card Oases,
Onr Children's Books
Are Eiccptluunlly Fine.
Read our Calnhmurt and vim will
surely ilud something you want.
IRON PA8SENOER TRAINS,
IRON FREIGHT TRAINS,
ETC.. ETC., ETC. ETC.
- PRESENTS THIS -
An unusual attractive variety of NEW
GOODS to meet the taste and wants of
our Island community. Apart
from a lino stock nf
Presentation and Miscellaneous Books and
- IH THE NEW SEASON'S
That must he seen to be appreciated.
Also a line of
Japanese Papor Crepe Books
Of Jingles and Fairy Tales.
Additional to a bewildering supply of the
customary good goods for all good
people is a stock of
That are as useful as they are novel and
attractive, and of all kinds and sizes.
Dolls & Dolls' Sundries
aW Santa Clack' HsiPQCAiiTEks has
always been noted for its supply of Dolls
and all the etceteras of dolldom, and this
season leads them all.
KID DOLLS, "Sin?4
Nankin Dolls, Rag Dolls, Rubber Dolls.
China Dolls, Dolls with Fine French BU
quo Heads, Dolls with soculled Unbreak
able Heads, China Heads.
TifYr T C with Real Human Hair,
LULLiJ Dolls with Natural Look
Ing Hair, some with Tow Hair, Woolly
Hair, and some with No Hair at all.
Sleeping Dolli, Wnkoful Dolls, Snill
inp; Dolli, Crying Dolls.
"nrVT T Q lFullDre,IIalfDres
LJKJl 1 1 iQ and Undress and ranging
from about three Inches to nearly tliren
feet In size, and from ten cents to tovoral
Lady Dolls, Girl Dolls, Boy Dolli, Baby Dolls
French Dolls. Emtllsh Dolls.
Herman Dolls, American Dolls,
Esquimaux DoIIk, Indian Dolls,
Mulatto Dolls, Darkey Dolls.
TVYT T Heads, Doll Bodies, Doll
UyJlLi Wigs, Doll's Arms, Doll's
Shoes, Doll's Stockings, Doll's Hats, Doll's
Parasols, Doll's Jewelry, Doll's Fans, Doll's
Cradles, Doll's Bedsteads, Doll's Trous
seaux, Doll's Carriages. Doll's Tea Sets,
Wash Sets and sets of lots of necessary
things to complcto the happiness of a
doll's mamma's Hie.
Equal liberal provision is made In nil the
Rubber Toyi, Wooden Toys,
Tin Toys, Horn Toys,
Iron Toys, Paper Toys, Eto.
OUTDOOR GAME8, INDOOR GAMES
...B OO KB ...
That aro a Joy to behold.
Evervhodv und all aues provided
lor Ul DA1(T IL.U'k lltDyv..llHH,
The Newest and the Latest
CAN ALWAYS HE FOlT) AT
tsao Fort Sti'eet, Honolulu.
The "Mother's Friend" Patent Shirt Waist!
This li the lateU Improvement In Roys' Shirt Waists and a true frieriJ to
mothers! no more buttons to sew on, as these cannot como oil". Wo have
them In white aud In fancy percales from G5 cents upward!
ROYS' 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 Rlue and Seal Drown.
CHILDREN'S AND INFANT'S FANCY FLANNEL COATS at very low prices.
WATERED SASH RIBBONS IN ALL COLORS.
THE ADELINE BLACK STOCKINGS
They are pronounced the best by all who have given them a trial. We hive
them for ladles, gents, children and Infants, in plain, ribbed, drop stit h
and open work. . . . Ladles Adeline Hlack Stoekln reduced to &)ciM.ts
ler pair. . . . Ladles' Diamond Black Stockings at '25 cents per air.
Have jou scon tho CHILDREN'S 8CH00L HATS that wo are selling for 20 ci tits?
They are just the thing for Boys or Girls.
513 Robinson Block, Hotel Street.
A LARGE A830RTMENT OF
oiiOiiAcn ill" Pnnim 1 )ave een lsti'uctcd by
UdldllBM Ollll VJld)B:M.J.M.DESArSir.VAfliro-
IN EVENING SHADES
"Wool Drcsa Goods,
Striped Flanelcttes, ;
Cheeked Flnnelettes, i
Silk Crape, ,
Shawls, Etc., Etc. j
HUE. S. LE"VX",
613 toblaiOB Block, Hotel Strut.
National Cane Shredder
PATENTED UNDER THE LAWS OF THE HAWAIIAN ISLAND.
PsMrTj4-t 1 1 i v
THE UNDERSIGNED HAVE DEEN APPOINTED SOLE AGENTri FOR
those Shhbdders and aro now procured to receive onions
The groat advantages to bo derived from the uso of tho National Cask
SlirtKDDErt aro thoroughly established and acknowledged by Milliter
generally. Tho largo number of Planters using them in thu United Htuien, Cub,
Argontino Kopublic, Peru, Australia und elsewhere, bear witness to thu
Tho use of tho Shredder very largely augments tho quantity of cano
tho mill can grind (25 to 00;), also the extraction of juice (5 to 12).
It is a great safeguard, making known at oucu thu nrofonce of uuy
pieces of Iron, stakes from cars, or anything which would be liable to diunxgo
the mill, and allowing ample timo to remove name befor damaging the mill.
Tlio Shredder is vory strongly made, and from tho manner of its opera
tion it cutH or tears thesu pieces of wood or iron without often breaking the
Shredder; and if anything breaks, it isxhuply bomcof thu knives or cutters,
which can be quickly und economically replaced. The Shredder, ax its
name indicates, tears thu cano into shreds of varying length, perfectly open
ing it and allowing the mill to thoroughly press out the juices without re
quiring the immenso extra power necessary to grind or cnuli the whole
cane. The Shredder spreads tho shredded cane uniformly and evenly to
tho mill rolls, and does away with the necessity of spreading the luguote by
hand between the mills, where rcgrinding is in uso. No greater amount of
boilor capaoily is required to opcrajo the Shredder than that which was
sufllclent for the null, for the abovo leasons. Wo furnish full workiuc
drawings for tho inxtallation of our Shredders, enabling any compi-tcnt en
gineer to successfully install and start them.
In ordering Shredders from us, please sond small tkotcli, Miowiiie. thu
diameter and width of tho mill rn.. i witli which Shredder is to be connected,
also the side (either right or left hand as you face the delivery tide of tho
mill), upon which tlio mill engine h located, also the height from lloor lino
to center of front mill roll Miaft, aud distance center this tli.tl't to front end
of bed plate. These Shredders are now being used by (lie liib Sugar Co.
and Hawl Mill, Kohala, where they are giving great satisfaction.
JsV Price,, und further particulars may be had -by applying to
Ou aud after the 1st day of Junuur.v ,
18W, the store known as "KA MAILE"
will be clocd out and retired from
business ns fait us possible.
Cath will bo exacted for all sales alter
that date. Prices will be reduced on
Patrons uru requested to settle l heir
accounts us rapidly as poitlble.
MRS. 0. E. BOARDKAN,
rpilE UNDERSIGNED IS PREPARED
X to make ull kinds of Tombatoue Rail
ings, Hammered Iron Work, etc., eto.
Estimates on application.
Union Street, at Sterling's Paint Shop.
prititor of the Hawaiian Jap
j anese Bazaah, Hotel stroot,
to sell his stock of JAP
I ANESE GOODS.
, . ... . . ,.
K3r A big assortment ol
JAPANESE PAPER XAP-
KINS will be sold i.kss tiiak
IRWIN & CO., L'd.,
Stic Aytnti fur the ffanrtimti htaniU.
305 NUUANU ST.
Nitxl door .Merchuut's Exehaiiiii.
Merchant J, Tailor
New Goods and Latest Styles I
PERFECT FIT GUARANTEED.
,- Customers getting additional suits
will receive u reduction of 15 und 1 fO re
duction ou pants. l.'l-3m
NOTICE Is hereby given that the under
signed tins boon duly upiKiiiiled ad
ministrator of the binds of my wife aud
myself situated In Llhue, Kuul, 'and at
Kumakela, Honolulu, Oiiliu. All payments
must be made to the undersigned.
WWW BKNI R, NAMAKAOKEAHI.
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