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OAHO RAILWAY AND LAND CO,
--FROM AND AFTF.lt JUNE 1. IU.
To Kwa Ml I.I.
Leave rent City 0:50 3:30
Arrive Kwa Mill 0:57 2:57
Leave Kwa Mill . ...0:21
Leave Pearl City .. .0:65
Arrive Honolulu . . 7:71)
A. Saturday only.
C. Sunday excepted.
D. Saturdays excepted.
Eli gnHtj $ UMn.
MONDAY, JAN. 15, 1891.
Si'Niixv. Jan. U,
Am scaling schr Alexander, Sorrt'non,
davs from Hon Francisco
HtmrClaudlne from Maul and Hawaii
Stmr IwalanI from Kauai
Htmr l'ele from Kauai
Stmr I.eliua from Olounlu and Lalialna
Stmr Kllauea Hon fnuu Hanull
Mokuay, Jan. 15.
ItritMi bark Villalta, Harland, 1M day
Schr Molwahlnc from Koliolalrle
Mommy, Jan. i:.
htmr Mlkahsla for Nawlllwlll, Koloa,
Eleelo, Makauell, Walmcaand Kekahu
at 5p ra
Stmr Kaalafor Walanae, Walatita, Moku-
lula, Lale, Kahuku and l'unaluu at U
Stmr 1'ela for Makawell at 3 p m .1
Stmr J A Cummins for Koolau
Htmr Jamo Makco for Kupaa at t p m
Vasaela Zmving To-morrow.
Htmr Klnnu for l.almlna, Maalaca, Make-
na, Mahukona, Kawalhao, Laupahoe-
hoe, Hakalau, Honomu, I'ohakumauu,
Pcpcekco, Onomca, Papalkou and Hllo
ut 'J i in
Hum Mokulll for Kaunakakal, Kainalo,
l'ukoo, Halaua. Wallau, Polckunu,
Kalaupapa, talialna, Olowalu and
Lanal at 0 j m
Htmr Claudlno for Kahutul, Kcanao, Ilann,
Hauioa, Klpalmlu, Nun, l'aauliau, Ku-
Slmr C It Ilishop for Nawlllwlll, Hanama-
ulit, Kllaura, Knllblwal and Hannlel
at I p m
Htmr Iwulaui for Nawlllwlll, llaiiniiiaiilii,
Kllauca, Kallhlwal and llanalcl ut 6
Ktmr Kllauea Hon for Ilakutau, Honomu
and I'oliakamanu nt t ti m
Htmr Walalealo for Lalinluu and Hnmakua
Htmr U'lnin for Olowalu at I p m
Cargooa from Island Forts.
Htmr Claudlno ill 11 bags siiRar, M bags
I am. 174 bag corn, 10 bam potatouK,
Kl feet koa lumber, 45 hogs, .'Kl pkn
hldei, no pkps -iindrlcs.
Htmr Kllauca Hou OOJObai; Mipit.
Htmr IwalanI llwo bag mignr.
Htmr Lohua 2717 bags sugar.
Htmr Felc :kj0 baj;s sugar.
Fiom Maul, per stinrClaudliiu, Jim II
ON Rose, Mrs II Vldu, Mr Frlel and 3
children, II McCiibbln und wife, J no Kn
lama, H 1 Woods. Mr Kublutteln, H Hliarp,
E Mollor, C II Miles. Mary Ke, Y A limy
mid 3J deck.
tiMiul routo ut '.
Klnau it III leave on her
o'clock to morrow after-
The American sealing schooner Alexan
der, Sorrt'iisun master, from Han Kruiiol-oo
for tho Japan Seas, called In yesterday for
The titraumr Kllauea Hon arrived yes
terday evening from I'upcukeo with 3050
bag tiigar. Slit? lint been ahent nearly
three weeks, being delayed by rough
The line Ilrltlsh bark Vlllslta. W. Har
land matter, tied up nt llrewcr' dock this
morning, I'M dayit from Llveriool. Tho
Villalta wan IK) da making tho Sierra
lonei, sxporlenolng variable wliuU.
.Since leaving the H. K. trade pleanunt
sreather wan felt with N. E. trade to port.
The Villalta lina 1400 ton of uoncral mrr
t'hiiullso coiulgncd to T. II. Uavlos t Co.
LAST BAD BITES.
Vuueral of the Lato Vrank S. Pratt
Tho body of tho lato Frauk S.
Pratt was conveyed from the resi
dence on Punchbowl stroot, in a
beautiful coffin, to St. Audrow's Ca
thedral at 2:!H) o'clock yestorday
aftornoon. As tho honrso outorou
the Cathedral grounds tho Hawai
ian National Baud playod a solemn
march. Rov. Alex. Mackintosh stood
at tho church door and led tho pro
cession to tho chaucol aud conduct
ed tho services throughout. Tho
choir of tho Second Congregation
sang two hymns, terminating tho
services with singing "Days and mo
inonts quickly (lying." As tho cofiiu
was borno to tho hoarso Wray Tay
lor, organist, playod Handel's "Dead
March in Saul."
Precisoly at 8:30 o'clock tho fuu
oral procession, headed by tho Ha
waiian National Band iu white uui
form, moved off for tho Nuuanu
Comotory, whoro tho iutormont took
placo. Succeeding tho baud was a
wagonotto in which woro the pall
boarors: W. G. Irwin, W. Foster, H.
A. Widomaun, W. F. Alton, G. J.
Ross, J. O. Cartor, Judgo Whitiug,
A. S. Cloghorn aud Godfroy Brown.
Rov. Alex. Mackintosh precedod tho
hoarso, which was followed by Mrs.
Pratt, widow of tho docoasoil, and
adopted daughter. About thirty
two carriages followed tho hoarso to
tho cemetery. Native kahili boarors
walked ou oacli side of tho hearse.
Rov. Alox. Mackintosh conducted
services at tho grave, aud at tho con
clusion tho band played, "There's a
land." Major Soward had charge of
tho funoral. There woro many Uoral
Large List of Arrosto.
Tho following is a losumo of llio
arrests made by tho police between
.Saturday aud Monday morning: 11
for opium smoking, 7 assault aud
Imltoiy, 1 for violating hack reuula
tious. S for gambling, 1 furious aud
heedlesM diiviug, 2 malicious injury
by riding horses about all night, 2
for swipes soiling, ami 1 Chinaman
for investigation as to his mental
talking about making its
R. O. Spalding of Konlln was in
Diamond Iload, 3 p. m. Woathor
cloudy, wind frosb north.
Stores owned by Japanese aro
cropping up all ovor town.
Tho steatnor Lohua brought four
lepors from Mahukona, Hawaii, yes
terday. Tho Bulletin is taken at Paauilo,
as it is in every sottlomont ou tho
Thoro will bo a nubliir exhibition
of tho Hawaiian Electric Co.'s plant
Commissioner Josoph Marsden has
ou file iu tho Duroau of Agriculturo
applications for 26,000 sisaiplants.
A football match is being arranged
botwoon tho Pacifies and Honolulus
to tako placo on Wednesday aftor
noon. All persona who owo anything to
Yuen Yeo Chan of Lihuo will do
woll to consult a notice in this
Another attompt is boing made to
bring about ilia annual mooting of
tho Plantors' Labor and Supply
Tho Scottish ThistIoClub will
moot this ovoniug, when action will
probably bo takon about tho Hums
Nolicois giou of tho dissolution
of tho firm of Lycurgus, Fornaudos
Si Co., and continuation of tho bus!
noss by Mr. Fornandos.
.Mrs. Vina King, who has boon
coinmlltod for assault with a deadly
weapon on Ooorgo Washington, has
boeu released ou 5500 bail.
A farowoll rocoption will bo giveu
to tho retiring pastor, Rov. Dr.
'Bockwitb. by tho congregation of
Central Union Church this evening.
At a mooting Saturday ovoniug
tho Annoxaliou Club appointed
committees for a celobration of tho
first nnuivorsary of tho P. G. on tho
W. H. Benson, piano tuner, has
been ordered by his physician to go
to Fresuo, Cal., for relief from
asthma, but hopes to bo back in
C.'Good, artist, is going away by
uoxt trip of tho Australia, aim any-
ono desiring his excellent work is
askod to lcaro tho order before tho
first of February.
W. C. Poacock Si Co. aro distri
buting handy memo, tablets, also
pocket match safes, with tho com
pliments of the Pabt Browing Co.
Official notice is ghou in this is
sue of a reception to bo given by tho
Prcsidout and Mrs. Dole iu tho
Council Chamber of tho Exocutivo
building on Wednesday, January 17,
at 11 a. m., which tho public am in
vited to attend.
At tho annual oloctiou
Portuguoso Mutual Benefit
of Hawaii hold yestorday at
ciotv's hall. J. (J. Sllva was
elected proMuont ny a oio oi az against .
M. Vivas' fl2. Such is tho sympathy
of tho Portuguoso for J. M. Vivas,
tho military annexation loader.
Tondors worn rocontly advortisod
for by C. B. Ripley, for alterations
to 1)0 made on tho houso of C. A. Pea
cook at Makiki. Thorn woro four
bidders: Lucas Bros., Wekandor, F.
H. Redward aud W. Wagner. Tho
bid of tho last was lowest, $1770.
Mr. Poacock docidod, however, to
tuako au alteration iu tho original
plan, aud Wagnor's bid of $18.m was
accepted this afternoon.
THE DISTRICT GOUIIT.
For Biding Other People's Horsos
Two Natives Oo to the Roof.
After tho disposal of a few casos
of druukouuoss iu tho District Court
thi&Jqronoon, throo Chluamon who
woro arrested on Saturday for gam
ing pleaded guilty and woro fined
550. Tho lads were caught playing
doininoos for money.
E. McLaughlin, a marine ou tho
U. S. S. Adams, appeared uoxt to
answer to a charge of assault and
battery ou a shipmato on Saturday
at tho morry-go-rouud. Ho pleaded
not guilty, aud ou tho evidence of
bluejackots was discharged. One
bluojackot stated that ho saw do
fondant striko complainant, but was
uuablo to statu Whore tho blow
Two youug natives, Mauo and
Oopa, woro fouud guilty of taking
two horses and saddles, tho propor-
of Pupiilani, at Moanalua ou
turday last. Tho mou went on a
spree anu roue tho horses all day,
playing tho animals out completely.
Thoy admitted haviug taken tho
horses, but. as usual, blamed their
action on having takon too much
liquor. Mauo was sentenced to bo
imprisonod at hard labor live days
aud to pay S'tJiO costs, aud Oopa
was given three days aud to pay JU
Ah Hoy. a Chinese haekman,
pleaded guilty to a chargo of furious
aud heedless driving aud wits fined So,
Five oldorly, brokou-dowu Celes
tiaU wero sent out of tho courtroom
by tho District Magistrate. Thoy
woro opium fiends, and wero tho
pictures of misery, hardly boing
able to walk. They woro arrested
iu tho Tong Hing Society building
Bail Kufusod Them.
Joao Joaquin Silva, tho Portu
guese who was assaulted with blows
aud kicks by Domiugos Forroira,
still lies in a precarious condition at
the Queen's Hospital. Ho had
slightly improved ou Saturday but
has sulferoil a relapse. It is believed
lie is injured internally. Pending
tho result of thin cowardly attack
Domingo Forroira uud Peter, tho
latter arrested as au accomplice, aro
refused bail, aud are languiiihiug in
Various Mattors in Circuit Court
Change of Vomto Docieion.
Iu Claus Sprockols vs. Goo. W.
Macfarlane, bill to forocloso lion, F.
M. Hatch has filed a substitution of
Chas, Croighton for himsolf, as
counsel for plaintiff during his ab
sonco. Tho Hawaiian Gazotto Company
and H. M: Whitney havo by their
attorney, W. R. Castlo, filed au an
swer to tho complaint of libel made
by J. E. Gomes, giving a general
denial to all tho allegations.
A discontinuance has been filed in
tho assumpsit suit of Alfred S. Hart-
well vs. ligan uunn anu juycurgus,
Fernandez Si Co., aud Bishop Si Co.,
Tho Supremo Court has rondored
a unanimous decision, prepared by
Justico Bickorton, in tho case of tho
Provisional Govornmont v. William
L. Mossman. Dofondant had threo
indictments for umbozzlomont pre
sented against him at the Decembor
term of tho Second Circuit Court,
charging him with appropriating to
his owu use amounts aggregating
more than S5O0, tho property of tho
Hawaiian Govornmont, whilo doing
tho business of tho post ofilco at
Mnkawao. Tho Attornoy-Genoral
moved for a change of vouuo to Ho
nolulu, as material ovidonco was to
bo got from tho records of tho Gon
eral Post Ofilco. Upon tho Court's
granting tho motion defendant took
exceptions, which tho Supromo
Court now overrule, tho following
being n summary of tho decision:
"It is not an abuse of discrotion
for a Circuit Court to grant a mo
tion for chango of venue from Maul
to Honolulu hi a criminal case, for
the reason that it may be nocessary
to produco in ovidonco tho records
and books of tho Gonoral Post Of
ilco in Honolulu, and that it would
bo dotrimonlal to tho public scrvico
and contrary to public policy to re
move such books ami records to an
Attornuy-Gouoral W. O. Smith for
prosccutiou; V. V. Ash ford for do
fondant. Judgo Whitiug is hoaring tho
matter of thoestatoof Kahaku, peti
tion to dotormiuo the heirs at law of
the decoascd intcstato and to docroo
tho distribution of tho intostato's
estate. Evidonco is boing takon on
podigreos. J. M. Poepoo and J. M.
Kaiieakua for petitioners Koau,
Boucamiua aud Doroka: J. H. Baro
naba for Kimokoo; J. L. Kaulukou
for Johu Smith, guardian of Sarah
Smith, minor. An aged natlvo wit
ness was giving genealogies sovoral
generations back, whon tho Court
told him ho could only go back to
Judgo Cooper is to-day hoaring
the cao of E. A. Jones, assignoe of
G. K. Norton, vs. Elizabeth K. Nor
ton, bill to set aside a deed, which
tho Supremo Court remanded for
trial on tho morits. W. R. Castlo
for plaintiff; Magoon for dofonso.
Now casos outered for the Febru
ary term aro Robt. E. Leo vs. Anuio
Cox, both of Waialua, and Bona
Good vs. Johu Good, divorco, and
Thos. Nott vs. Arthur MoDowall
and others, assumpsit for sorvicos in
trying to lift tho steamship Miowera.
MEETING; OF COUNCILS.
Pardons to Be Or on tod Explana
tion to tho Annexation Club.
A special session of tho Exocutivo
aud Advisory Council was hold this
aftornoon, most of tho mombors bo
ing prosout. Tho particular busi
ness was consideration of applica-
uuiis tur jiiiruuu ui ciuuuu iiibuuuio
madtt by tho Prison Inspectors. It
was decided to recommend tho
tmidon of threo prisouors on tho
17th iust., tho first aunivorsary of
tho Provisional Government. Coun
cillors woro not at liberty to divulgo
tho names before tho date.
Attornuy-Gouoral W. O. Smith
tendered an explanation, inadvor
tontly uoglocted nt tho regular
mooting, of tho failure of a petition
or resolution from tho Annexation
Club to bo prosontod to tho Coun
cils. Ho took tho blamo on himself,
saying tho dooumout had boon mis
laid. It was a rcquost to havo
Walter G. Smith, editor of tho Star,
appointed to tho first vacancy iu tho
During a hunting expedition at
Kaupo, Maui, ouo of a crowd of na
tlvo cowboys, who had strayod away,
was accidentally shot through tho
head. It is not known whoso bullet
ouded tho man's earthly caroor.
UOOI), AHTIHT, l.KAVKU ON
next Australia (or tlio Coust.
Tliosu wlililiiL' to sueuro one oi bin beauti
ful Water Color or Crayon Pictures will
iilua!i leave tlielr orders bufore the llrt of
A 1,1. ACVOUXTS DUE TO THE FIRM
o( Yuen Kee Ulian of l.tliue, Kauai,
have been placed (or collection with Mr.
l'n a 1 Neumann, attorney-nt-law, 311 Mer
eliaut street, Honolulu. N. Motiwar In
Mr. I'.iul Neuiuann's olllco U authorized
to receive and ruueliit (or tbelr payment.
All tierioiiti iiiueuttii 10 earn linn uro ro
iueied to buttle tliulr accounts and nave
coats ot litigation.
Honolulu, Jan. 1.1, 18111. 131 -liu
rpiii: iu:qui.aii annual mkktino
X ( Ilia Stockholders of the 1'cofLE'u
liu A Ukihiiikhtino I'ompanv will be
bold TlirilHIiAY, Jan. 18th, ut 2 o'clock
r. n., nt tliu Ilooum of tho Chamber of
I'ommurro. A full attendance Ure(uescd
to cou'ldcr a eiiaiiKO in tue iiv-nuvs
J. II. FISHER.
iiJIK I'ni'ARTNKRSHII' JIETWEEN
the mi HrIuncU cilstlnir under the
llrm name of Lourj;us, lernandes & to.
has bven dissolved by mutual consent, Mr.
LjeiirKUs havlni! hold his Interest In the
llrm to Mr. Furmindes. AU debts duo by
tin Drill will be paid at the store of tho
llrm bv Mr. Fernanda and ull debts dim
to tlio ilrm will bo collected by him. Oeo.
Iacuikus repeetfull reiiiehti his trli'iids
to extend tlielr patroiiuBe heretoforo Kjveii
to lilin to Ills ueeusor, who will continue.
tlu biikluebs of tliu llrm on his own account,
lloiiulillil.Jun. 1'.', It'JI 031 Im-Hl
Even When Called Incurable
Terrible letge-lclatto Rheumattem
Vkvk.&.vrc VBBRS MU
Mr. Arthur Simon
"They laid 1 was laearablt, tho doctor
Ui, but the remit has pronn that Hood' Bar
apa Ilia was able la care. I had BotaUe
KbeuiMtlim and was cofiflned to rnr bod six
months. Three phyilclant did Dot help as and
I Was Given Up to Die
When I was In this terrible condition, aaiU
t aaare baa ar t aat, I began to take Hood's
Barsaparllla. The Orst bottle had a Uttls af
fect, ami unite taking the second, I gained so
raptdir that I could tit up In mj chair. Mr sys
tem had been so run down ty other medicine,
that It took me quite a while to reeuperats. liy
the Ume I had taken four botUes of Hood's Bar
sapatllla, 1 cea!4 walk araaa. and now. as t
hare taken li bottle,, aat ear4 and can
doa good day's work. I do not feel I can praise
anoogh." Abtitcb BimoH, Palates, Ohio.
HOOD'S PlLLS ' " atur-dlaat
Villi, assist alfttUem cu ImiUoh. Try s boa.
HOBItON, NKWMAN & CO.,
Agent for Hawaiian Islands.
m " ri
Shamrock Linens 1
I, have mucli iileasure in
advising my numerous cli
ents that I liuvo rocoivod
odvicos Hint tho Siiamhook
Linens havo been noconled
Tho Highest Award, . . .
. . . Medal and Diploma
nt tho Chicago W'oild'a Pair
for Tablo Linen, Towold,
Sheeting, Pillow Linen,
Handkerchiefs uud Ivin-
W. C. SPROULL,
Sole Agent for tho Hawaiian Islands.
Circuit Court, First Circuit of the Ha
waiian Islands In Frobato.
IN THE MATTBK OF THE ESTATE
of ONO ll'KO, lute of Honolulu, Oabu,
A Dooument, purporting to be tho Lust
Will and Testament o(Ono Iuko, deceased,
having on the 12tU day of January, A. D.
1BD4, been prevented to said l'robate Court,
and a petition for the I'robatn thereof, and
(or the Usnance of Letters Testamentary
to Keaionn inico Having oeeu uieii uy uer,
It is hereby ordered, that MONDAY, the
of February, A. O. IHUI. at 10
February, A. D. 1BUI, at 10
o'clock a, m of said day, at tho Court
liulldlng in Honolulu, be, and the seine
Is, hereby apixiliited tho time for proving
said Will and heurlng suld application,
when and where any iierwtn Interested
may appear and contest the said Will, aud
the grunting of letters Testamentary.
Duted Honolulu, II. I,, Jan. 1'.', l&UI.
Uy tho Court.
020 Ut w.h Clerk.
ltrunn of said Court, at the court House
I A PANES E
WANTS A I'OSl
t) tlou, his wife UII ork
us nurse and
I'. O, IlOX H.
(in nil at Kl-liliiioto, Nuuanu avenue.
A DIVIDEND TO THE M'OCKHOLIi.
ers of tliu MrtVAi, TiLKruoNR Com-i-nv
Is imvable on January l&. IbOt, ut the
ollleeof' ' 0. O.liEROEE.
0.V tit Tri'ssuisr
I TRADE 1
V MARK C
W. F. Reynolds, : Prop.
18 9 3 -XM AS -1893
13 THK I103S I'KKSKNT.
DOLLS & TOYS
r HfKi iiii.y low rmcks.
1Ol.t,S Nicely Dressed SV. and U:
1)01,1.8 Retter Dresed $1.
DOLI.S Ittolily Dresod $1.75 to 7.rX.
Fine English Dressed Dolls
With even thing to take oil til and
Doll Heads and Bodies
TEA bRTB, VA8K.S, ETC.
a uKAuiirtM. msrt.w or
Purses, Card Cases,
Our Children's Books
Are Exceptionally Fine.
Head our Calalouuo and von will
surely Hud something on want.
IltON PASSENGER TItAINS,
lltON FitEUlHT TItAINS,
KTC, ETC., F.TO. ETC.
- PRESENTS THIS -
An unusual Attractive) variety of NEW
(IOODS to meet the taste and wants of
our Island coininunlty. Apirt
from a lino stock of
Presentation and Miscellaneous Books and
- IS THE SEW SEASON'S -
That must lm icon to bo appreciated.
Aim it lino of
Japanese Fapor Cropo Books
Of Jingles and Fairy Tales.
Additional to a bewildering supply of tho
customary good goods for all good
people Is u stock of
That are as useful as the
attractive, aud of oil kin
aro novel and
s and lilies.
Dolls & Dolls' Sundries
M Santa Claus' llKAnqUARTRiei has
always been noted for its supply of Dolls
and all the etceteras of dolldoni, and this
season leads them all.
Nankin Dolls. Rae Dolls. Rubber Dolls.
China Dolls, Dolls with Fine Fremiti Ills
que Heads, Dolls with socallod Unbreak
able Heads, China Heads.
TVYT T 01 Blth N"11 Human Hair,
svJLJ.LJkj units witu natural uok
Ing Hair, some with Tow Hair, Woolly
Hair, and some with No Hair at all.
Bleoplnu DolU, "Wakoful Dolls, Srull
inu Dollt, Crying Dolls.
TTvrT T Q In Full Dress, Half Dress
UKJ.l Jl.tij and Undress and ranging
from about three inches to nearly tbrce
feet in aire, and from ten cents to several
Ltd; Dolls, Girl Dolls, Bo; Dolls, Baby Dolls
French Dolls, English Dolls,
Herman Dolls, American Dolls,
Esquimaux Dolls, Indian Dolls,
Mulatto Dolls, Darkey Dolls.
Doll Doilies, Doll
Doll's Arms, DoII'h
Hhoes. Doll's Ijtockliies.
Doll's Hats, Doll's
Doll's Fans. Doll's
Parasols, Doll's Jewelry, Doll's Fans, Doll's
Cradles, Doll's lledsteads, Doll's Trous
seaux, Doll's Carriages, Doll's Teu Bets,
Wash bets and sets of lots o( necessary
things to complete the happiness of u
doll's mamma's life.
Equal liberal provision is made In nil the
Rubber Toys, Wooden Toys,
Tin Toys, Horn Toys,
Iron Toys, Paper Toys, Etc.
OUTDOOR (IAMES, INDOOR UAMF.S
That am n Jo) to behold.
ttf Everybody and all ages provided
for Ut SlNTA I'l.U' HlW'iU WlTIIH.
The Newest and the Latest
CAN ALWAYS BE FOt'XD AT
3ST. S. S-A.OHS'
f3SO Port Street, Honolulu.
The "Mother's Friend" Patent Shirt Waist!
Tliit U the lati-it Improvement In Hoy' Shirt Waists and a true friend to
mothers! no more buttons to sew on, as theo cannot come oil". We hart
them In white and In fancy perca'es from bj cents itpwardi
nOYS' CALICO WAISTS IN ALL 8IZLS AT '.'1 ( KNIf.
Ijitest Shapes in
Children's Cloth Caps, University and Pinafore
We have them In ream, Cardinal, Navv Dluo and Seal lirowti.
llll.HltKN'8 AND INFANT'S FANCY FLANNEL COATS at verj low j.rl.'.
WATEKKD SASH IHIIUONS IN ALL COLOHS.
THE ADELINE BLACK STOCKINGS
They are pronounced tho best by all who have given them a trial. We Ihivp
them (or ladles, gents, children anil Infants, tn plain, ribbed, drop itlt -h
and open work. . . . Ladles' Adcllno Mark Stocking reduced to I) cali
per pair. . . . Indies' Diamond Black Stockings at . cents vr p.ilr.
Have ou cen tho CHILDHBN'S SCHOOL HATS that wo are elllng (or .Vcrtits?
Thor are just the thing for Hoys or Ctrl.
1SC. S. L.EJ V Y
513 llobinson Block, Hotel Street.
A LARUE ASSORTMENT OF
Japanese Silk Crape
IN EVENINU SHADES
AVool Dress Goods.
Shawls, Ktc, Etc.
513 RobliMB Blook, Bolil Strvtt.
National Cane Shredder
I'ATENTED UNDER THE LAWS OF THE HAWAIIAN ISLAND .
THE UNDERSIGNED HAVE BEEN APPOINTED HOLE AGENTS FOR
Uicbo SiiiiEniiKKH mid aro now prepared io receive onion.
Tliu ureal advantaged to bo derived from tlio tiio of tho National Canl
Biikkiiiiki; uro thoroughly established uud acknowledged by Planters
Tho luruo number of, l'lunten ualnj; tliniu in tho United rfluten, Cuba,
Argcntinu lteitihlli', l'oru, Attstrnllu und elsewliere, heat witnens to tin
Tho uro of tho HniiKiJUKH very larKely iitiKments the tiiiniilitv of eanc
the mill can grind (25 to G0i), also the oxlructiou of juice (0 to 12,).
It is u great mfeguard, making known at oneu tlio presence of any
pieces of iron, stukck from cure, or anything which would lm liable to damage
the mill, and allowing ample time to rcmovn mimu heforo diitungiug tliu mill.
Tho Siiiiedder is very Htrongly mude, ami from tlio niuiuier of its oporu
tion it cuts or tears these pieres of wood or iron without often breaking the
Siihkddku; and if anything breaks, it U simply doiuo of the knives or cutlere,
which can be quickly uud economically replaced. The SiiiiKiuiun, u its
name ludicatCM, teara tliu cune into shreds of varying lengths perfectly open
ing it and allowing tlio mill io thoroughly prees nut tint juieen witli'mit n
ttiring the immono uxtra power nect'BHiiry to grind or crush the whole
cune. Tho SllitKiuiKit spreads tlio shredded c.tuu uniformly anil et-nl i.i
tho mill rolls, and docs away witli tho iicccssity of spreading the lupii-
hand between the mills, whoro regrinding is iu use. No greater utiimmi .l
boiler capacity is required to operate tlio Kiiiikddkh thuii that wliteh w.u
sufficient for the mill, for the ubovo reasons. We ftiruich full vnKiiig
drawings for tho installation of our Siikbddekh, enuhling any c mpttfiil eu
ginccr to successfully install ami start thorn.
Iu ordering SliltEDiicits from us, please send small eketeh, Miowioe the
diameter and width of tho mill to., i with which Siihkuduu t tn be eonnifi-nl,
also tlio side (either right or left hand us you face tho tlelit cry ciile of tlio
mill), upon which the mill engine is located, aleo tho height from timr line
to center of front mill roll t-liuft, aud distance center tins Miuft to frunt end
of bed plate. These Kiiiiuudkiih are now being used by the Mil) Sugar Co
and Howl Mill, Kohulu, where they are giving great satisfaction.
10 i'riciv and further purtictilars may bo Imd by appls tug Iu
WM. G. IRWIN & CO., L'd.,
MU-tf isilf Agtnti for tlit Jlnuiiiian Jitmuli,
On uud nl ur the 1st day of Jauuur) ,
1OTI, the store known as "KA MAILE"
will be closed out and be retired from
business as fast us possible.
Cash will bo exacted (or ull sales after
that datf. Prices will be reduced on
Put roiis uro requested to settle their
accounts as rapidly as ossibU'.
MRS. 0. E. BOaBDMAN,
rpilE I'NDERHiaNKD IS PREPARED
X to make all kinds of Tombstone Rail
lni;, Hammvrt'd Iron Work, etc,, W
Estimates on application,
rnliui Bin. t. at BterliniVs Paint SIioii,
I have been instructed liy
Mit.J.M. i:Sa kSm.va, pro
prietor of the Hawaiian' Iai'
axesk Bazaak, Hotel street,
to sell his stock of JAP
fcS8 A big assortment of
JAPANESE PAPER NAP
KINS will be sold i.r.ss than
JO.. N Ull A SI ST.
Next door Merchant s Exchaiii
New Goods and Litest Styles !
l'EKFECT PIT QUAHANTEED.
rm I'listoiucrs getting additional suits
will receive u reduction of s&aud 11 (0 re
duction ou pants. t.M-3m
NOTICE U berth) )!iven llnit the under
signed has bemi duly upolnted ad
inlulstrutor of the lauds of my wife aud
myself situated In Llhuu, Kauai, and at
Kauiakela, Honolulu, Oalui. All tayment
must be made to the undersigned.
WM'W HKNl It, NAMAKAOKKAHI.