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OAHO RAILWAY AND LAND CO,
FltOM AND AKTKK JUNE 1. 18!.
To Kwa Mill.
n. it. a.
AM PM rM
Leave Honolulu ... .8:15 1:4.1 4:35
Leave Pearl City ....9:30 2:80 0:10
Arrive Ewo Mill 9:57 '2-M 6:)
Leave Ewa Mill 0:21 10:4:1
Leave Pearl City 0:55 11:15 4:15
Arrive Honolulu 7:30 11:55 4:55
SATURDAY, JAN. 18, 1891.
.STi;hnY, Jnn. 13.
Am sealing sohr J. Elllliger, White, 14
daya from Sail Francisco
HHur Mokolll from Maul, tannl and Molo-
Him; Kluau from Mutil nnd llnwull
Htmr Walalealo from Kaunl
Mttur Jatnos Makee (rum Knual
Htmr C It UWiop from Kauai
Vessel Leaving Monday.
Hum Mokolll tor Knunnkakal. Katnato,
l'ukoo, Halawa. Wnllati, lVloluinu.
Kalaupapa, tjalmliiu, Olowalu and
Lanal at 6 ti in
Htmr Mikohala for Nawlllwlll, Koloa,
Eleele, Makanell, Walmcaand Keknha
at 5 m
tituir Koala for Wolanae, Wnitlua, Moku-
lets, Lole, KalmWu and I'unatiiu nt 'J
Muir James Mnkeu for Kapau tit I i tu
Oartrooa from Island l'ort.
Sfunr Kltisu-lOlC bag sugar, .13 hogs, 1
horse, 207 bags poiatooi, 37 bags corn,
.C! bdls hides ana 135 pkgs sundrlov
Mmr MIkaliala 6000 bass sugar, to bags
rice, 10 ski ginger, 1 bbl (allow, 1 horso
nnd 15 nktts sundries.
Stmr Konla-Viso bags No. 1 rice, 803 bag
138 bags rice bran, nnd 10 bags
Stinr Walalealo 32J0 bags sugar
Stmr James Makee- 2.150 bag itigsr nnd
130 bags rice,
fctmr Mokolll-lut bead sheep, VI hog ami
Prom Molokal. per stmr Mokolll, Jan 13
Hsymond brothers aud 0 deck.
From Kapaa. ir James Makee, Jail 13
Mn Koech and child, U 0 Spalding nnd U
From Knual, sr stmr Walsh-ale, Juu 13
J 0 IJine, Mm J Kane, Miss L Koau and
From Kauai, ir stmr Mlkubaln, Jan 13
-Judge AH Hartwell, Mm H W Wilcox.
Miss Wilcox, Mlns Kinney, W Iterlowltx.
u Jiorjg, j ji iv rtaui, u Apoi, nig moiig,
Tan Wo and 2J deck.
From Maul and Hawaii, per stmr Kinau,
Jan LI From Volcano: Mlu Durrows,
Miss Carroll. J Itdalt. From waytiortv:
Hon W 0 Wilder. U K Wilder, J O Carter,
Miss 'Ur Daniel", Miss Mattte lllulmnl
xou, ltui...d Mltcbcock, C H Fulrer, l)r It
1 Moore, C .. Doylo, 0 Crelghton, J II
moiling. Mm Sarah Ilanal, Wl. Katou.J
It Wilson and wife, ill. I) I'ahnn, K
Okkots, K II Lyman, W Uoudlw, T Yolo
mote, 8 Huglta, Nugututa, b K, Kane, M
Kelllaa nnd daughtor, 11 W Mist, Dr
l.undy, (I K Mngulre mid wile, Mrs 0 K
Stlllman, U E V Dove, Miss tattle Alex
nudor. WT 8clunl.il, 0 Thoel, A Hnus.
aud 81 deck.
The ttcamer ,'. It. IIMiop arrived liom
Kauai this afternoon.
The schooner Transit received
from the steamer Mikahola to-day.
The Hawaiian bark Andrew Welch haw
finished discharging nnd Is tied up at
drawer's wharf, bbe will tuko in sugar.
The American sealing schooner J. Kflln
ger, White master, arrived oil' inirt this
afternoon, 14 davs from Han Francisco.
The schooner called In for water, nnd will
resumo her voyage to the Japan Heas to
morrow morning. The mou are ashore
enjoying themselves. Tho schooner visited
Honolulu last year, but tlih Is tho llrst
time the men have leen ticre.
Xpera Return Thank.
The members of the Sunday
school at tho Leper Settlement on
Molokai desiro to return their sin
cere thanks, through J. T. Unoa,
tboir committoo, to tho following
persons, who so kindly remembered
them with a contribution on New
Mrs. Lilia Auld, Mother Rico,
Chasw Cooke, Mrs. Haaloloa, Mrs.
Conoy, Mrs. T. R. Foster, Miss Luoy
Peabody, Miss Bella Woods, Miss
Laurita lvaao, Mrs. Makanoo, Mrs.
Jessio Kaae, Miss Mary Adams, L.
Kauai, J. Cook, G. C. Buckley, Lot
Lane, Mrs. A. Fernandez, Mrs. J.
fbinson and cousin, Mrs. Koohoka
ole, Mrs. Hattio Black, Misses
Thoaaon, Mrs. Jas. Campboll, Mr.
tJ. Cook,Mrg. Carrio Robinson, Geo.
Bujfir crop on Kauai.
. llVurfl0,r Via k Poor or tho stoamor
Mikahala, which arrived this morn
ing from the Garden Isle, reports
that the different plantations on
that island have an ubundnuco of
sugar roady for shipment to Hono
lulu. At Makawoli thousauds of
bags of migar nro nwaitiug trans
portation. Tho Miknhaln returned to. tiny in
order to bo able to leave n day
earlior. She will leave on Monday
and return on Friday noxt. After
discharging b1io will go on tho
Mariuo Railway to be cleaned, loav-
i"K o nor usual route again
L'lmiii is good reason for the popti
lurity of Ohatuborlain's Cough l(t'in
otly. Davis & Uttzard, of Wost
Monterey, (Jlariou Co., J 'a., hay: "It
has citriMl people that our physicians
fould do mitliiiig for. We persuad
ed, tlioin to try n bottle of Chamber
lalu' Cough Remedy mid they now
rocouiiiiPud it with the rest of us."
2& ami Wl cunt bottles for sale by all
dealers. Benson, Smith .V Co., limits
for tho liawaliuu Isluuds,
LOCAL AND aENEBAL MEWS.
No basoball gamo this afternoon.
"Cedarvillo Sketches" is continued
in this issue.
Tho Etnuios property was bid in
to-day nt noon.
A dividend is now payable on
Mutual Tolopbono stock.
Tho P. G. baud will play at Emnin
Square this afternoon as usual.
Tho S. S. Australia was expectud
to arrive in San Francisco to-day.
Lucas Bros, are making consider
able repairs to tho Sunny South
Tho Aloha Oallory has secured
sumo very fiuo views of the Volcano
Paul Neumann is again able to be
out, after his late illness. He called
at his office this morning.
Howard Hitchcock, the Hilo
artist, is in town. He arrived on the
steamer Kinau this morning.
The S. S. Monowai carried away
to the Coast a mail consisting of
4120 letters and 1670 papers.
The annual meeting of the Peo
ple's Ico and Refrigerating Company
will bo held on Thursday noxt at 2
Thoro was a boat drill in the har
bor yesterday aftornoou by men
from the U. S. flagship Philadel
phia. The Hawaiian National Baud will
lead tho funoral procession of tho
late P. H. Pratt to-morrow after
noon. Tho Yokohama Bazaar sold a largo
number of tho magic pocket knife,
laloly imported by Frank Walcot,
Tho funo'ral of "the fate P. S. Pratt
will take placo at .') o'clock to-morrow
(Sunday) afternoon, from St.
Great success of Walcot ' Coin
biuation Pocket Knifo at tho Yoko
hama Bazaar. Only a limited num
ber left, l'rico, IH) cents.
Throe passengers returned from
tho Volcano on the Kinau this
morning. They aro tho Misses Bur
row nnd Carroll and J. R. Gait.
Tho potitiou of Ahmi, of Kauului,
Maui, to bo nppointod administrator
of the estate of Luk Sang, will bo
hoard in the Circuit Court on Mon
day. The twenty-four porsoiiH who were
reported in yesterday's paper as
boiug arrested for disturbing the
quiet of the uighl nt Waimca, Kau
ai, were each fined $2 by Judge Ka
puniai. Deputy Attoruey-Gutioral G. K.
Wilder, Clins. Croightou, Kane and
C. A. Doyle, Japanese interpreter,
roturned on the steamer Kinau to
day from Hilo, Hawaii, where thoy
had been attending court.
Owinit to a dearth in news tiaoer
the native sheet known as the Ma
kaainaua will bo issued on Monday
noxt on butT-colorod paper. A trial
priut was made the other day, which
was satisfactory to tho management.
H. M. Dow has four piocos of land
on Hack fold and Prospect streets on
tuo east 8Ulo u l'uuclmowi witicu
ho desires to offer for salo. Tho pur
ohaso prices rango from $1W) to $100.
Now is your clinnco to secure prop
erly in a good locality.
Sovou Chiuamou wore arrested
this forouoou for opium ntnokiug,
Lioutouant Kaieua aud five police
nion making tho arrest. At noon a
Chiuoso fisherman was pulled for
assault aud battery on a native at
Koholaloa, ovor some soawocd.
interview with S. B. Dolo yesterday
forenoou. Tho interview ended
shortly bofore 12 o'clock, and is ro-
fiortea to be in connection with cer
aiu communications sent on the
Union Steamship Monowai to P. M,
Hatch aud L. A. Thurstou.
J. ('. Qulnu lost a valuable horso
on Thursday night. Tho auiiual
had boon tetuorou with too short a
rope and iu somo maunor or other
tho horso was strangled, for when
Qulnu roturned homo ho found tho
horse chokod to doath. Tho horso
was from tho Kahuku ranch.
A photograph of Kaapuni, a na
tive prisonor engaged about the
Police Station, is to bo sont to the
Midwinter Fair. Kaapuni was con
victed of murder aud seutouced to
imprisonment for lifo. Tho sonteuce
was commuted to twonty-tivo voars'
imprisoumont. In about hIx or
seven months tho matt will be free,
Mrs. Vina King, who was commit
tod to the Circuit Court yesterday
lor assault with a uoauiy weapon on
George Washington, mado an at
tempt to commit suicide when it
was mado kuown sho was to be con
fined in Oaliu Jail until her trial.
Tho police, however, succeeded in
gottiug her safely to Jailer Low's
Mr. Friemau, formerly of the
Portland Hotel, has been engaged
by Col. Macfarlaue to take the en
tire management of the dining room
of the Hawaiian Hotel, together
with the culinary department, from
Monday next. Mr. Frioman is an
experienced catoror, and a feature of
his dining department mauageiueiit
will bo special Saturday evening
dinners at which an orchestra of
Htriug music from tho Quintet club
or the band will perforin.
Bath tubs miporior to anything
ever beforu oll'ured iu Honolulu
form one of the latest ovideuces of
the Hawaiian Hardware Co.'s deter
initiation to bo at the head of their
guild. The Walcot knife sharpener
U a little thing, but its utility m bo
youd ull comparison with its cost,
If owuois of machinery until "the
wheels to go wouud" smoothly limy
must use Colorado oil, 1iuil broken
by the Hendry breaker will yield its
Increase to the utmost. The largest
htook of household goods is kept by
the Hawaiian llurdwaiu Co.
ALL ABOUT THE HACKS,
List of Stands With Number of
Some Veteran Drivers- -Inspector Macy
and His Work.
Of late there have been added to
the Hawaiian Tramways' Co. a num
bor of bussos running between town
andNuuanu Valloy and Moanalua.
Managor Pain.of tho Tramways Com
pany, rathor than lot tho bus combi
nation under F. Smith havo all its
own way, put a bus on tho Moanalua
routo. Slnco the latter project thore
has boon much competition result
ing in tho cutting down of faros, the
tram company charging twenty-five
cents for throe passongors to Moana
lua, whilo tho othor bus lovies a faro
of ten couts a single person. This
competition betwoon tho two com
binations lias caused a dopression in
trade with tho different hack com
panies, of which thoro aro soveral.
In ordor to enlighten tho public on
tho numbor of hacks in town and
their different locations, n Bollktin
roprosoutativo intorvlowod Hack In
spector Samuol Macy yostorday after
uoon. Iu answer to a query the hack in
spector stated that there woro eight
hack stands in Honolulu. Tho first
one, a corporation, owning tho larg
est numbor of hacks, is tho Fashion
Stables Co.. Limited. This company
is a combination of three stables
known as tho Hotel, Fashion and
Pantheon Stables, Tho amalgama
tion is kuown as tho Fashion Stables,
aud under tho management of J.
Buckley and J. J. Sullivan, tho com
pany has boon running about twen-ty-sovon
hacks tindor sober aud ofll
clout drivers. Tho company havo
thrco different stands at tho Hotol,
near the Boll Towor aud at tho
Panthoon, whero vehicles can be had
at any hour prior to midnight.
The United Carriage Co., on tho
comer of King and Fort streots, is
not corporation, but. although
thoro aro about ten or eleven hacks
on tho stand, the vehicles aro ownod
by several parties who act also as
jch um. This stand, which is gonor
ally kuown ns tho 2D0 stand, is un
der the mauagemont of J. C. Quinn
for six months, when Manuel Rois
assumes tho reins of managership.
The Eutorpriso hack stand comos
next iu prominence. It is situated
on the corner of Bothol and King
streets, thoir telephouo being 113.
Tho company has teu hacks, aud is
under the managomont of D. H.
Davis and J. Andrado, who latoly
purchased the half interest of Wal
lace Jackson. These two gontlomen
servo iu tho capacity of managor
alternately, tuoir term bolug six
Tho 1 X L staud ou the corner of
Nuuauu nnd Kiugstroets has a com
plement of ton hacks, but, tinliko
tho two aforemontionod stands, is a
combination. Several hacks from
other stands tako roudozvous on
this corner nwaitiug passeugors.
Manuol Perry, a Portuguoso, is
pretty gonorafly regarded as man
ager of tho I X L.
Jim Carty's staud, near tho Bl'llk
tin ofllco, controls five hacks, tho
telephone number being 100. Carty,
who has figured promiuoutly in
work for tho P. G.. omnlovs noarlv
all whlto drivors, thoro being one
half caste only iu his omploy.
The stand at the comer of Mer
chant and Fort streets known as
tho fUJ5 staud is owned by Gus.
oohiunau. lVht hacks constitute
the statu!, NJid tJl aro driven by cap
able native drtl
At the cornor of Uote! and Nuu
auu streets will be unticod daily a
combination of patched-up hacks
aud broken-down auimals. There
are generally between eight and ton
vehicles staudiug on this cornor
A Chinese hackstand will greot
tho eyo of auvone visiting tho makai
Hide corner of King and Maunakea
streets. Wheu it has its full com
plement, you will find ten hacks
there, iu every turnout a Celestial
handling the ribbons. Like pre
viously mentioned hack stands the
Mongols have n telephone office.
Chin Chan Yin is manager for this
On tho corner of Nuuauu aud
Berelauia streets there is another
place hot apart by tho Govommeut
for n staud. At this cornor congre
gate botweon sovon and eight rickoty
hacks, going and coming all the
Tim rate of faro is tweuty five
cents for a distance not exceeding
otio mile, nnd for each vehicle at
tending a funeral three dollars.
When culled by tho telephouo tho
eugagemont comuioucos with tho
roceipl of the message, but tho hack
men as a rule do not strictly adhore
to this regulation. Whou ordered
specially for Kapiolaui Park the fare
is $1 for each passcugor, for tho
Pali $.'1, for the Punchbowl drive
$1. When shopping or making
calls, when at least half the timo
is taken up iu detentions, the fare is
$1 per hour, and for each additional
hour UK: for each passeugor, when
more than one. For continuous
driving one paseugorporhourSl.WJ.
The total numbor of hacks iu
town is about I IX).
Thcfco constitute the different
hackstands iu tho city. Hack In
spector .Macy is one of the pioneer
hack drhors, having driven a pas
senger hack in 1S7II.
In recalling reiiiluixceuces, Macy
h.-iiih "I believe Manuel Reis is about
the oldest huckmuu driving to-day.
J. Buckley, who is co-manager with
J.. Sullivan of tho Fashion Stables,
began driving about the same timo
wllltjiok lu those days one
couldn't get an outfit foi1 less than
$600 or 8700. Things have greatly
changed since. Now you cau got a
?;ood horse, harness and a lino hack
or .$400 or f500."
S. Macy was appointed hack in
spector iu 1881 and has filled tho
position ovor since with gonoral
satisfaction. His duties havo boon
arduous, ho boing required to at
tend concerts, mootings and depar
tures of steamers. Rain or shine
this faithful official has always boon
found at his post of duty, and hack
men always have a good word for
Major Sam Macy.
Un. A. M. iltm
20 Miles from a Doctor
But Hood's Sarsaparllla wai
Equal to the Emergency
PUurttv, Chills and Per Ullk
"After my baby wis lorn I ft Into very ssrt
ous condition, having pleurisy, ehill and Isrsr,
gradually developing Into milk Ug. Te lire 10
miles from pbyslcUn nnd did not know what
to do. FlniHy after (rem t4lf asutfer
tag t begta to Uke flood's BirsspsrUla tad
whealwMuilnsUie third bottle I could (
It Wa Doing M Good.
I ocntlnnsa with tootbsr bottle, and recertrod
soraplJIrUiStDowIasBla g hoaiifc. I
Hood's ;:"' Cures
cordially tcoaisiDd It m a good medietas."
Mas. A. M. Ai.tiK. Tctry, Washington.
Hood'a Pllla cor U Ltvsr lUs, Bilious
nll, JsunJlcs, lodlgsitlon, Blck Osadacb.
llOmtOS, NKWMAN A CO.,
Agf tits for Hawaiian Islands.
I have much pleasure in
advising my numerous cli
ents that I Imve received
ndvicos that the Siiamuook
Linens havo been accorded
The Highest Award. . . .
. . . Modal and Diploma
tit tho Chicago World's Fair
for Table Lilian, Towols,
Sheeting, Pillow Linen,
Unndkorcliiofr and Km
broidery. IV. O. SPROULL,
Agent (or tho Hawaiian Inland').
Circuit Court, First Circuit oT tho Ha
waiian XalantU. In ProtaU .
IN THK MATTKIt OF THE KBTATE
of LUK HANO, lata o( Honolulu, de
(in reading and flllug. tho petition of H.
Ahmi, of Kahulul, Maul, alleglUK that
Luk r-ang, of Honolulu, died Intestate at
Choy Hang, China, nn the 8th day of July,
A. II. 1887, and praying that Utters of Ad
ministration issue to H. Ahmi.
It Is ordered that MONDAY, the 15th
day of January, A. D. 1801, l.u und hereby
Is appointed for hearing said petition in
tho Court Iloom of this Court, at Hono
lulu, at which timo and ulace all persons
concerned may uppear and show cause, If
uny they havo, why said lwtltlon should
it he crnntud.
L Honolulu. II. I.. Vet: 13. tfl.
ly the Court:
tUIAS. 1. 1'KTEItSON,
Circuit Court, Firat Circuit of the Ha
waiian Islandi In Probata.
IN THK ilATTEU 01' THE EBTATK
of ONO 1I1KO, iuto of Honolulu, Oaliu,
A Document, purporting tu lw tliu Iit
Will and Tsstaiiiunt of Orm Iuku,decuasrd,
having on the 12th day of Junnury, A. 1).
18'JI, been presontcd to said l'rolmtu Court,
and a petition for the I'rolmte thereof, ami
for the issnauce of Letter Testamentary
to Kealoha luko haviuir been tiled bv her.
It Is hereby nrdered.Thut MONDAY, tho
10th day of l'elirusry, A. D. IMI, at 10
o'clock a. m.. of suld day, ut the Court
Itoom of said Conn, at the Court lloiifo
llulldlng Iu Honolulu, ho, and tho saniu
ii, hereby appointed tho time for proving
said Will and hearing said uppllcntlon.
when und where any person Interested
may up pear und coinent tin said Will, mid
the grunting of Letters Teilnmenury.
Dated Honolulu, II. I,, Jan. I'.', )wl.
O'-ll lit wah Clerk.
A 1. 1. Hii.u dim: auainstthi'. ho.
nolulu Itoad lloitrd lu future are re
(lueited to he presented ut the olllco of the
(load Uupervisor of Honolulu on the 20th
of uieh mouth, (jllierwl-e they will he x
umptfrom that mouth's estimate audlikr
ly not to he inud for miu or two months
alter. Ily unier of tlm Honolulu Horn!
Hoard, W. II. UU.MMINOH,
MSMf Itoud NupvrrUor, Honolulu.
I AI'ANICHK I'OOK
el tluu, liN vslfe will
WAN I'M I'Ufil.
work u luir'f and
P. O. Hoi :u.
Or call at KUliimutu, Ntuiatiu avenue,
I 3BW 79rS5SSPTSJBBBW
V MARK C
Golden Rule Bazaar.
W.F.Reynolds, : Prop.
IS THK IJOSS PHKSKNT.
DOLLS & TOYS
At spkciuly tow mtcrs.
DOLLS Nicely Dressed 3.V. nnd COo.
DOLLS Hetter Dressed $1.
DOLLS Richly Droned $1.75 to I7.CO.
Fine English Dressed Dolls
Willi cvurytlilUK tu tuke otl fil utid
Doll Heads and Bodies
TKAHKTS. VASKH, Kit'.
- btirirtu. tisri.r nr -
Purees, Card Casos,
Our Children's Books
Aii Kxcoptlonall) Kiiic.
1A. Itend our Cnlnlugue nnd miii will
niirely ilnd soiuctlilng you want.
IKON PABSKKUEIt TltAlNS,
IKON ritKlllIIT THA1NH,
IKON' COACH KH,
KTO., KTl'., KTO. IMC.
- PRESENTS THIS
An uiiuiubI attractive varUty ot NEW
UOODd to niiut tho tssto and wants of
unr Island roinmunlty. Apart
1 (rotu u line stock' of
Presentation and Miscellaneous Books and
IS THE NEW Hi:.l8(J.S"8 -
ho seen to he appreciated.
aiso u line oi
JapaneBo Fapor Cropo Books
Of Jingles and Fairy Tales.
Additional to a bowllderlnt; sutiply of the
customary gool goods for all good
people is a stock of
That am as useful as they are novel and
attractive, and of all kinds and sizes.
Dolls & Dolls' Sundries
stsT Sahta Clauh1 Hiadqcabties has
always been noted for Its supply of Dolls
and all the etceteras of dolldoui, and this
season leads theiu all.
KID DOLLS, "d'oh.
Nankin Dolls, Kag Dolls. HuhUer Dolls,
China Dolls, Dolls with Fine French Bis
que Heads, Dolls with uncalled Unlirenk
ahle Heads, Cliltm Heads.
TsYI I Q with IUaI Human Hair,
avJ-ia-ikJ lions wttii .uinrui LOOK
lug Hair, some with Tow Hair, Woolly
Hair, and some with No Hair ut ull.
Bleeping- Solla, "Wakeful Dolla, Smil
ing Solla, Cryinc Dolls.
TV"f T Q in Full Drtss, Half Dress
LJVJXjXjij und Undresu and rauKlng
from aliout three Inches to nearly three
feet in site, and from ten centi to several
Lidj Dolls, Girl Dolls, Boy Dolls, Baby Dolls
French Dolli, English Dolls,
Herman Dolls, Amerlcun Dolls,
r.siiuunaux uons, muian nous,
latlo Dolls, Darkey Dolli.
TVM 1 Heads, Doll
Hhoef . Doll's ritock Inu-..
Doll's Hats, Doll'i
rurasois, lion's Jewelry, Doll's 1' aus, Doll's
i Cradlos, Doll's llodsteads, Doll's Trous
I seaux, Doll's Carriages. Doll's Tea bets,
; Wash Hets and sets of lots of neceiFary
things to complete the happiness of u
I doll'i inumma's life,
' Kijual Hheral provision I made in ull the
Rubber Toys, Wooden Toys,
Tin Toys, Horn Toys,
Iron Toyi, Paper Toys, Etc.
OUTIKKlll OAMES, INDOOIt (1A.MEH
That ure a Joy to U'hold.
Kvershodv nnd all uect nmvliled
IOI Ul MAMA l LU lltUKt UITI IH.
The Newest and the Latest
CAN ALWAYS BE FOUXD AT
JN as fc- fc 21, CJ JCZL fc
eao 2rort Street, Honolulu.
The "Mother's Friend" Patent Shirt Waist!
This Is the lateit improvement In UoyV Bhlrt Waists and a true friend tu
mothers: no more buttons to sew on, as tbeio cannot come oft". We have
them lu white aud In fancy percales from 65 cents upward
UOY.S' CALICO WAISTS IN ALL SIZES AT 2J CENT.
I.atet Shapes In
Children's Cloth Caps, University and Pinafore
We have them in Crfuni, Cardinal, Navr Dlue and Seal Droiwi
CHILDIIEN'S AND INFANT'S FANCY FLANNEL COATS at verv low ptir -,.
WATERED SASH KIUD0N8 IN ALL COLONS.
THE ADELINE BLACK STOCKINGS
They are pronounced tho but by all who have given them h trial. We Imvs
them for ladies, gents, chlldreu and infants. In plain, ribbed, drop itlt-Ii
nnd open work, . . , Ladles' Adeline lllack Stocking reduced to & ct-nt1.
per pair. . . . Ladles' Diamond lllack Stockings at '.'5 cents per pair
Have oil teen the CHILDIIEN'S SCHOOL HATS that wo are eHiui: for 20 ceiit?
They are just the thing for Hoys or Oirli.
M. S- 3L.E3nr
513 Robinson Block, Hotel Street.
A LAKQE ASSORTMENT Of
Japanese SI Ciipe;"
IN KVENINO SHADE
Wool Dress Goods,
Shawls, Etn., Etc.
SIS lebUioa llook, Hotel Street.
National Cane Shredder
1'ATENTED UNDER THE LAWS OF THK HAWAIIAN ISLAND'
ssaJ0,JiT ii . . ,V. ... i-. iTirVi' i t
THE UNDER8IGNEU HAVE BEEN APPOINTED SOLE AQEST.S l-'Olt
those Siirbddkkh und are now prepared to receive ouler!.
The great advantages to bo derived from the uso of the National Cask
rJllKEDUER aro thoroughly cnUbllalicI unil ncknuwlcdijeil y PhmUTe
Tho large number o( Pianlem using thutii in the United State, Culu,
Argeutino Kepubllc, Porn, Australia ami chtowhure, boar witness to tlm
The uo of tho Siireudkk very largely uugtueuta tliu niniutitv of euuo
the mill can grind (25 to 0O7.), also the extraction of juice (6 to 12',).
It is a groat safeguard, making kuown ut onro the presence nf any
pieced nf iron, stakes from curs, or anything which would be liable to diimugc
tliemill, nnd allowing ample timo to remove same befom damaging tliu milt.
Tho Siiiibddrk is very strongly made, aud from the manner of iu opera
tion it cuts or lejra theo pieces of wood or iron without often breaking tin
Siuif.udkk; und if anything breaks, it is simply some of tho knives or cut ten-,
which cau be quickly aud economically replaced. The .Siiiiimuikii, u- it
name indicates, tears tliu cuuu into shreds of varying lengths, perfectly op.-u-ing
it nnd ullowiug the mill tn thoroughly press out the juices without re
quiring the immonso extra power necessary to grind or erudi the whole
cauo. The Hiireuukh spreuds tho shredded cine uniformly and evmlv to
tho mill rolls, and does away with the necessity of spreading tliu b.igai-f'e bv
hand between tho mills, whero regrinding is in use. No greater amount of
boiler capacity is required to operate tho SiutcniiKU than that winch uu
suQlcient for tho mill, for the above reasons. We furnish full working
drawings for tho installation of our Siiueddehh, enabling any cumpcieni en
gineor to successfully install and start them.
In ordering SlliiKiuiKitH from us, please send small sketch, i-huwiug ill.'
diameter ami width of tho mill ro. with which Siiheuukk is to lieeouneettd,
also the side (either right or left hand ns yon face thu delivery side of the
mill), upon which tlm mill engine if located, also tho height from tl.ot liuu
to center of front mill roll shaft, anil distuueu center this shaft to trout end
of bed pluto. Tlicso .Siiiieijijeiib aro now being used by thu Uilo Sugar Co.
and Hawi Mill, Kohalu, whore thoy aro giving great satisfaction.
fjtT Prices ami further particulars may be had by applying to
On uud iilier thu Isl duy of January,
1891, the store known as "KA MAILE"
will ho closed out and he retired from
husiness as fust at (tosslble.
(ash will he exacted for all sales after
that diite. Prices will he rednee.1 ot
I'atrons uiu reimoted to settle their
accounts at rapidly us ponlble.
MRS. 0. C. BOARDMAft,
'1MIK CNDUltblUNED lb PltEl'AHED
X to make ull kinds of Toiiilntoue Hall.
Ingi, Hammered Iron Work, etc., tie.
Lstliuutus on uppllcstlon,
I'nloii fit rift, ut Bierllne's Paint Shop.
prietor of the Hawaiian. Jap
anese Bazaah, Hotel street,
to sell his stock of JAP
a. - i . ...
i K A big assorlincnt ut
. JAPANESE PAPER SAP-
KINS will In- sold less than
IRWIN & CO., L'd.,
'"i1'' Atjcnli for tht lliwuiiun l.tdwli.
.Ul. MUIA-Ml &!'.
Noxt ilooi Muichum'sExchsngo
; Merchant j Tailor
New Goods ami Latest Styles !
I I'EHFECT KIT UlAllANTEKD.
W0- Customers celling additional salts
' will receive a reduction of (Sand Jl :o re-
dnctlon on pants. J.'4-.lm
Nul ICh is livrrhy given Unit thv undui
signed has been ditty upHlllled ad
luinUtmtor of the lands of my wife and
myself sltunied lu l.lliue, Uuiml, and at
Kamukela, Honolulu, Oahu. All payment
must be made to thu nndcrslgued.
Wl-n UKNI It. NAMA&AUKKAHl.