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OAHU RAILWAY AND LAND CO,
FROM AS I) AFTER JUNK I. 1n.
To Kw Mill.
Leave Pearl City
AtrlTe Ewa Mill.
O. Jl. II. A.
A.M. A.M. P.M. P.M.
(1:21 10:43 3:41 0:42
.0:55 11:10 4:15 0:10
7:S0 11:55 4:55 0:45
Leave Kwn Mill .
Lenve Pearl City
A, Saturdays only.
0. Sundays excepted.
1). Saturdays excepted.
TUESDAY, JAN. 10, 1891.
Monday, Jan. 15.
Aiu sealing eohr Josephine, Oak, 28 days
Tuctutv, Jnn. Id.
tftmr KIiimu (or Lebalna, Maalnea, Make
na, Mahukona, Knwalhno, Laupahoe-
hoo, Hakalau, Hotiomu,Pohakumanu,
Pepeekco, Unomea, Papalkou and Hllo
t 2 p in
litmi Mokolll for Kaunakukal. Kninalo,
Pukoo, Unlaws. Wallau, l'olekunu.
Kalaupapa, Lahalua, Olowalu and
Lanal at 5 p m
Utmr Claudlne lor Kahulul, Ueanae, liana,
Hatuoa, KJpahnlu, Nuu, i'aauhau, Ku.
kalaa at 6 p in
Stmr U K Blihop (or Nawlllwlll, Hanauia-
ulu, Kllauea, Kallblwal and Hnnalel
Etmr Iwalanl (or Nawlllwlll, Hanatuaulu.
Kllauea, Kallhlwol and Hanalel at 6
Stmr Kllauea Hou (or Hakalau, Hononiu
and Poliakuruanu at 4 p tu
Stmr Walalcalo for Lahalnaand Hamakua
Stmr lhua (or Olowalu at 4 p tit
VumsIs Leaving To-morrow.
AmhgtnoWQ Irwin, Williams, (or San
Francisco at 0 a in
Cargooa from Island Forts.
Bchr Molwahlno-2100 bags o( sugar.
. .. 1 . 11 II
For Maul and Hawaii, per stmr Kluaii,
Jun 10 Mrs T May, Win Ooudlo. 1 H
Hitchcock, M MoVuy, I Prlcdlandcr. Ho
Uong, Frank Bpouoer, Jl 9 Yudl, T W
Key worth and about .10 deck.
Captain Davles o( the schooner Mahimahl
In llylng an American and Hawaiian lUg
on bit vessel to-day.
Tho American sealing schooner Jose
lhlni, Geo. W. Gale master, arrived yester
day evening, Si days Irom Tacorua. 8bo Is
on her way to tho Japan seas and called In
here (or a supply of water and to have
out repair made to her cabin, which was
damaged In a gale oil' tho California Coast.
The bark Colusa, which is capablo of
carrying a lli ton cargo, nas moved over
to the Uahu Hallway wharf to receive COCO
bags ot Ewu sugar. Aftor taking that
mount In, she will relievo tho schooner'
Molwahlno which arrived yesterday from
Hamakua of 2100 bags of the name 'article.
She will then tie up at the Klimu wharf
nnd completing hor cargo will leave (or
tun Frur.clsoo about Iho beginning of next
WHAT A FALL WAB THERE.
(t Seared ft Horao aud tho Driver
Got u Holat.
lietweeu 8 and 0 o'clock yesterday
ivening tho voranda of a atoro ou
Nuuanu street near Kukui lauo fell
to tho lidowalk with a crash. Tho
voranda was ou tho socond floor, a
dlstanco of fiftoon to twenty foot
from tho ground. It appears that
tho voranda had uo support oicopt
ing tho Joists nailed to tho wall of
A Chineso hack was vowing down
tho street at the time tho fall occur
red. Tho noiao frightened tho Celes
tial's animal, and it started down
the road on a bolt. Tho John kopt
tho animal in tho rniddlo of tho
street until near tho Cosmopolitan
saloon, comer of Nuuanu and Hotol
streets, when ho lost control and the
horse dashod into Hotol street, cap
sizing tho vehicle. Tho driver was
thrown a diBtanco of ton yards, ovor
tho horse's hood. Two rnou who
wore loaning against a telophouo
polo woro knocked down by tho
Farewell to Dr. Beckwith.
Jtov. Dr. Beckwith was greeted
witu a nearty nuu reeling larowoll
by tho congregation of Control
Union Church yestorday evening.
On behalf of tho llock, Prof. Hosmer
prosonted tho retiring pastor with a
choquo forSSOO. Chief Justico Judd
road a list of membors of tho Floral
Society of tho Kovl School, as it
was instituted by Di, Beckwith in
1852. Thoro was a bhort musical
diversion contributed by Miss Bur
hanz, piauoj Miss Young ami Miss
Bertha Young, vocal j tho Misses
Paty, iolin aud piano, and Miss
Youug, vocal. Refreshments and
social couvorsu closed tho exorcises.
Dr. Beckwith reliros from tho pas
torate of Ceutral Union to thai of
the church at Makawao, Maul.
"I know nu old soldior who hud
chronic diarrhoea of long standing
to have beeu permanently curod by
taking Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera
and Diarrhwa Romody," says Edward
Shumpik, a promiueut druggist of
.Minneapolis, Minn. "1" have sold
tho remedy in this city for over seven
yon i. and i'oiihIiW it snporior to
any other medicim- now ou the
market for bowel complaints," '2',
unci GO cent bottles of llih remedy
for sale by all dealer'. Hniison,
Smith & Co., agents fur Iho Hawai
LOCAL AND QENEBAL NEWS.
There will bo uo football gamo to
An electric light pole has been
erected on Palace Square.
Diamond Head, Jl p. m. Weather
rlo.tr, wind fresh northeast.
For light or powor see advertise
ment of tho Hawaiian Eloclric Com
One caso of drunkonncs was tho
only arrest made by tho police last
Two more Chinese vagrants were
arrested this aftornoon, and released
Decorating the Councils Chamber
for tho presidential reception is in
C. S. Bradford is superintending
mo erection oi a speaKiug auu prens
gallery on Palaco square.
.nooungui ntgnts. sow is mo
timo for a salt-wator dip in tho
rollors at Jim Shorwood's.
J. F. Morgan has a quantity of
Rocho Harbor limo which ho odors
for salo iu quantitios at the lowest
After a Btay of several months in
Honolulu, Frank Sponcor left in tho
Kinau this aftornoon for his estate
at Waitnea, Hawaii.
It being tho first anniversary of
tho birth of Garibaldi, H. W. Wil
cox will givo a luau at his residonco,
Waikikl, this ovoning.
Tho gamo known as cho fa sooms
to bo still tho rago among tho na
tives and Chineso. Sovoral banks
aro running in full blast.
Copt. Davios is now running the
schooner Mahimahi. This will not
bo allowed to interfere with his ad
vortlsod business as a stevedore.
Tho P. G. band played on tho Pa
laco grounds this morning. In tho
evening tho band will give a moon
light concort at Thomas bquaro.
Mrs. laukoa is now suing Road
Supervisor Cumralngs for civil dam
ages in connection with tho affair
that sho lately had him fined for.
Tho R. M. S. S. Mariposa will be
duo from tho Coat ou Thursday
noxt, and tho C. A. S. S. Warrimoo
from Vancouver on tho Tuosday fol
lowing. Dovotoos and in'vostlgators of
Thoosophy will notice that a library
of that porsuasiou is open at cortalu
times iu tho Fostor block. Soo
Kaluahino, n woll-knowu charac
ter on tho city front, was pulled iu
this aftornoon for stealing coal to
tho value of $7.M), the property of
Sans Souci, the leading heasidu
hotol, is now crowded witu guests,
koopiug Mr. aud Mrs. T. A. Simpson,
tho popular host aud hostess, up to
their oyos in business.
'Domlngos Forroira, charged with
assault with a deadly weapon on J.
J. Silva, was roleased yestorday
afternoon on WOO ball. Peter, his
accomplice, is still in jail.
A mail will bo sent by tho fast
sailing brigantlno V. G. Irwin for
San 1 rancisco, closing at tho post
oQlco at l o'clock today. Tho tos
sol will leavo at I) o'clock to-morrow.
Tho pilot's oilico Is now located
at tho end of tho Paclfio Mail wharf,
uoar tho lug Elou. Tho building
formerly at tho boat landing was re
moved to tho now location tliii fore
noon. It will bo learned with universal
pleaBuro that tho Misses Albu aro
going to givo another concort bofore
leaving for tho Midwinter Fair. Tho
concort will tako place Saturday
ovoning, 27th lust. Particulars later.
To-morrow will bo a busy day for
tho P. G. band. At 8 a. m. it will
play at tho raising of tho G0-ft. flag
polo at tho Amorican Loaguo's head
quarters; at 9:!J0, parado of tho mili
tary; at 11, rocoplion at Exocutivo
building; at 3:30, band concort at
Thomas Square; at 7:30, mass meet
ing. Tho flagpole presented by ). J.
Egan to tho Amorican League is be
ing placed in position ou King
street, uear tho coruor of Nuuanu
street. It belonged to tho late vol
unteer Engino Oo. No. 1, and was
sold among other effects of tho com
pany. The polo is tho tallest iu tho
For tho clean condition of tho
bark Villalta from Llvorpool, aftor
hor 130 days' voyago ovor two oceaus,
Captain Harland has rocoivod many
compliments from shipmasters and
others along tho water front. To
use a common oppression, tho ves
hoI'b decks woro cleau enough to cat
off of. Tho Vlllaltn has distanced
tho NautiluB, that loft seventeen
days ahead of hor. "Quick and
clean," may bo takon for his vessel's
motto by tho gonial skipper.
A Yoar Afjo
It will be twelve mouths ul u
o'clock this ovoniug, Jan. 10, sinco
tho lauding of tho troops of tho U.
S. S. Boston by order of His Excel
lency John L. Stevens, U. S. Minis
ter, to aid tho revolutionists in tho
overthrow of tho Queon. Tho Quoou
aud hor ministers yieldod to the su
perior forcos of tho United States on
tho ovoning of Jan. 17th, tho day
whicli tho Provisional Govorumont
has piucluimed aud will observe as a
Flowor Oirla' Day.
Tho annual colobrntlon of tho
Flowor Girls took place to-day.
Ovor forty people rodo about town
iu two buos and two wagouottos
decorated with tlowers and ever
greens. At noon thoy all assembled
iu tho upper story of the restaurant
at tho corner of Nuuanu and Mer
iihnnt fit roots, where i bounteous
Bpicttd was laid for them. Tho ie
pntt ended the celebration, and they
will liavo to wait for another until
uext Flower Day, Jan. 10, 1BU5.
BEFOHE THE DISTtttdT BENCH. ;
Pattorson Pleads Guilty to Furious
Driving Trouble Ovor Taxes.
Iu tho District Court this foro
noon tho trial of Domingos Forreira
and Polor for assault on J. J. Silva
was further romandod until tho 19th
W. G. Rowland, for using vulgar
and profaiio language iu a public
placo ou Saturday last, was found
guilty aud fined $. A. A. Montano.
who Is ongagod collecting taxes, had
gouo to tho Marino Railway whore
defoudaut was working and request
ed tho payment of his taxes. -Row
land, who was angry at tho time,
abused the collector of taxes and
damned tho Provisional Govern
ment. G. Pattersou, furious and huodless
driving, pleaded guilty and a fine of
$10 was imposed on him.
A Chinamau named Ah Wing, ar
rested on Saturday last by Captain
Hookano and Lieutenant Kaiona,
was sonteuced to one month's Im
prisonment at hard labor for "hit
ting tho. pi o."
An assault and battery case noxt
occupiod tho attontlon of tho Court
and resulted lu tho conviction of
ths defendant. Kolopino assaulted
Holokahlki, a woman who had been
living with him for ton years. Ou
Thursday night last aftor visiting a
friend tho woman refused to rot urn
homo. Tho man laid his hands on
hor, and in tho strugglo which on
suod tho woman was badly hurt.
Kolopino was fined 510,
Ah Sow, Wong Sal and Mock Pal
f ileaded guilty of violating gaming
awa by playing dominoes for money
on Jau. 11. Counsel Kaulukou ask
ed tho Court to imposo a small fine,
say 15, pleading tho poverty of his
clients. The Court acquiesced. Four
othors woro no, pros'd for tho same
m a m
P. Q. ANNIVERSARY.
Progmui of tho Colobratlon To-morrow,
Tho committee on tho colobratlon
of tho first aunivorsary of tho estab
lishment of tho Provisional Govern
mont of the Hawaiian Islands has
furnished tho Bulletin with the pro
gram of the day as follows:
0:30 a. m. Parade of Antiques
8 a. m. Flag raising by the Amer
ican League (Baud in attondanco).
0:30 a. m. Battalion Rovlow and
Parado of Military.
11a. m. Rocoptfon at Exocutivo
Building by Prosidout and Mrs. Dolo.
12 noon Firing of National Saluto
at foot pf Richards stroot.
3 p. m. Band Concort at Thomas
i rt'W p. m. Mass Meeting at Union
Squaro (formerly Palace Squaro), J.
B. Athortou, chairman, Addresses
will bo mado by tho following gen
tlemen: Hon. W. O. Smith, Gonoral
A. S. Hartwoll, Prof. F. A. Hosmer.
W. G. Smith, Judgo A. G. M. Ro
bertson, J. B. Castle.
Display of fireworks immediately
after closo of addresses.
Seats will bo providod for ladles.
Tho Bcllltin is roquostod to say
that tho rocoptiou by tho Prosldont
and Mrs. Dolo at tho Exocutivo
building to-morrow is iulonded to
bo thoroughly democratic. All of
tho pconlo aro invited. Bosidos tho
wivos of Ministers, forty othor ladios
will assist Mrs. Dolo Iu receiving.
Major G. O. Pottor, J. A. Hasslnger,
Curtis P. laukoa and C. L. Cartor
will ofllcinto as ushors.
Not His Politico.
Allow mo to state that tho gentle
men elected ou Mr. J. G. Silva's
ticket for tho positions of oDlcors of
tho Portuguese M, B. Socioty are as
strong auuoxatiou mou as I am, and
mat pontics uau nothing to uo wtiu
my dofoat, as my name was put for
ward without my consont. This is
to correct tho impression sought by
you to bo made ou tho mind of tho
public, that my sympathy with my
countrymon is lost on account of my
annexationist ideas. J. M. Vivas.
Honolulu, Jau. 10, 1891.
Tho League Hosolvt.
At u meeting of tho American
League yestorday ovoning threo
resolutions woro passed which will
bo sent to tho Couucils. Tho pur
port ot tho resolutions aro: (l) to
ttop tho subsidy to the Paradise of
tho Pacific; (2) to stop tho importa
tion of coolio laborers; (3) that no
rocout arrivals from abroad bo en
titled to a government billet.
Eight Chinamen woro arrested by
Detective Larson nnd posse this
morning for vagrunoy. About half
an hour later four woro released ou
S&0 cash bail oach, furnished by Loo
Chit Sam, of tho firm of Sing Loy.
LIME! LIME! LIME!
lu iiimntltius to suit purchasers at tho
LOWEST MAHKKT PltlOE.
. . BA.K,K,jI3j1jB . .
Roche Harbor Lime !
Jaa, F jvrorga.ii,
Cement Sidewalks & Gra
nite Curbing Laid.
Kiilumui given on rill kinds of
BTONB.CONCttKTE A- l'LABTUlt WORK
CO.SCIIKTE A SITCI.tl.TY "&
JOHN F. BOWLER.
iw uuittt.ig . Mil'iij i.i.i. wt v.w
Inil, ha left my bud tnii hoanl,
this U to xivtt milieu tlist I will not ha run.
r ii i 1. 1 i - iv Aiii.i til v ir i i
Mjiiiuiu iijr unv iicum I'ujjimuiuu uy inu
ull Ulnnli KhIiiiI without my written
order. J.SO KAIMI.
Honolulu, Jau b, IsOI. f.'Xlw
Jamea Bbor Herman
of shy Besrtr, Ps.
Cured of Scrofula
The People will have Hood'e
Mr. Voman'B Expertenc
"Mr boy, Dow 0 years eld, bad Scrofula, ta
ana eya froa th tlma ha was a baby dllcbatf
Ids all the Ume. Of lata we hare bean flrlnt
him nood's Suriaparllla, aodlt has dona au
that medicine can io. Tba Scrofula ha diiap
paarad, and Ui ere 1 bealed op and well. I
folly believe Hood's Sanaparula It tha beat
aedlcine In the market. I keep a central atora.
It U not s trick to aeU Hood'e saraparUl4
the Mople wlU hare It. I aeU mora M
id's sarsapartlla than all other aedletaaa
tofether and tha ttore would not ta oompleia
Hood's x Cures
withoat It My wife hai alto been entirety
eared ot Scrofula by Hood' Bartaparilla. and I
am heartily thankful for what It ha dona let
us." Jobx Dobmam, bby Bearer, fa.
HOOO't PlLLS ate Iheaeilafter-clnBernUe,
aeital dlfeettea. eere headit be. Try a boa. at.
HODRON, NEWMAN A CO.,
Agents for Hawaiian Islands.
H p O
Ghlniie Engine Co. No. 5.
AT THE RKQUI.AR ANNUAL MEET
Ing of tho GhlncMi Engine Co. No. A
held In their hall on Mounakoa atreet, on
tho 3d Imt., the follonlui; cvntlumon woro
doclarod duly elootod on Oiltcer ol the
Chlnaae Siiglno Co. N'n. Ifnr thr euiuliiK
Koroiiun, n-idected.. Chans Kim
lit Anlntaut Koreiimn, re-olected .
0. Fools Yf
2d Asilitaut Foreiuen, ro-eleotcd , .
.' i ... , ,.110 1'nolf
Hecretary, re-olccted ..LaiicuonK
i roajurer, rvrieuiwi . . t,um na
rK-crntnry Chinese Engine Co, ho, .'.
United Chlnige Society.
AT THE IlEOUI.AU MEETING OF
the Unltod Ohlneae Society held on
tha lat dfy of January, A. V. ItttH. tha tol
lowliig wero declared duly elected a Offi
cers of the corporation for tho ensuing
Vicu-l'reilditiit . ...WongKwal
Secretary Chang Kim
Assistant Becrelury . lam Chock Blng
AsMntnnt Treasurer liUinBlng
Secretary I'nlted Chtneo Society,
Aid, ACCODNTB DUE TO THE FIRM
of Yuen Kt-o Chan of I.lbus, Kauai,
have been placed for collection with Mr.
Paul Neumann, atlorney-at-law, 314 Mer
chant street, Honolulu. N. Monwar In
Mr. Paul Neumann's office Isaathorlted
to recelvo and ruct-lnt for their payment.
All persons indebted to said ilrtu are re
quested to lettli- tholr accounts and save
costs of litigation.
Honolulu, Jun. 15, I8UI. 131-1 m
ALL lJILLti DUEAOAINBT THE Ho
nolulu Road Hoard In future aro re
quested to ho presented lit tho office of the
Road Supervisor of Honolulu on tho 20 th
of each month, otherwise they will be ex
empt from that mouth's estimate and like
ly not to be paid for one or two months
after, lly order of the Honolulu Road
Board, V. II. 0UMMINQB,
8WMf Road Supervlior, Honolulu.
THE REOULAR ANNUAL MEETINQ
of tho Stockholders of tho Piom's
lCK it HKI'RIOIIAT.-40 CoMfANY will he
held THURSDAY, Jan. IRth, at U o'clock
r. m., at tho Rooms ol the Chamber of
Commerce. A full attendance Is requested
to consider u change In the Hy-laus.
J. H. FISHKH.
MR. C. OOOll, ARTlbT. LEAVES ON
the next Auitralla lor thu Coast,
'I'Uoao wishing to secure ono of lilt beauti
ful Water Color or Crayon Pictures will
pluaso leuw their orders before the ilrnt of
ISLAND URAPKS-s I'OLMls hOH l,
For sale by 11. LISHMAN,
lOi-tl Telephone S17.
Golden Rule Bazaar.
W.F.Reynolds, : Prop.
IS THE DIMS PHESENl'.
DOLLS & TOYS
t "iFrriutVLow micr..
DOLLS Nicely Drejicd 35c. and .Vk:
DOLLS Better Dressed $1.
DOLLS Richly Dres'ed $1.T5 to $7.50.
Fine English Dressed Dolls
With t-vurytliiiiK tu take oil iilnml
Doll Heads and Bodies
TEA SETS, VASES, ETC.
-a anorircL dun.at or-
Purses, Card Cases,
Oar Children's Books
Ate Exceptionally Flnt
CsV. Read our Catalogue and vou w
irely find fOtnethlng you want.
IRON PAS3ENOKR TRAINS,
IRON FREIOHT TRAINS,
ETC.. ETC., ETO. ETC.
Shamrock Linens I
1 lmvo Hindi plousuifc in
iKlvising my nuiiioious cli
outs (lint I lmvo rocoivod
advices Unit the .Shamrock'
Linens lmvo licun itccordod
Tho Highest Award, . . .
. . . Medal and Diploma
at tho Chicago World's Fuir
for Tublo Linen, Towels,
.Shooting, Pillow Linen,
Handkerchief and Em
broidery. W. O. SPROULL,
Solo Agent for the Hawaiian Hituds.
Circuit Court, Firat Circuit of tha Ha
waiian Ielanda In Probato.
IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE
ot ONO 1UKO, lata of Honolulu, Oahu,
A Document, purporting to he the LaH
Will and Testament of Ono Iuko, deceased,
having on the l!2th day of January, A. D.
1MH, been presented to said Probate Court,
and a petition for the Probato thereof, and
for the Issnance of Letters Testamentary
to Kealoha Inko havlug been filed by her.
It Is hereby ordered, that MONDAY, thu
lBth day of February, A. 1). lb'.U, ut IU
o'clock a. m.. of said day, ut the Court
Room of said Court, at the Court Houre
Building lu Honolulu, be, and the same
Is, hereby appointed tho time for proving
said Will and hearing said application,
when and where any person Interested
may appear and comest the said Will, and
the granting of Letters Testamentarv.
Dated Honolulu, H, I., Jan. VI, 1KH.
By tho Court:
OftMlt was Clerk.
DISSOLUTION OF COPABTNER
SHIP. THE COPARTNERSHIP BETWEEN
the undersigned existing under the
tlnn nauiu ot Lycurgus, Feniandos & Co.
has been dissolved by mutual content, Mr.
Lycurgus having sold his Interest In the
firm to Mr. Fernandes. All debts duo by
tho Urm will bo paid at tho storo ol tho
firm by Mr. Fernandes aud all debts due
to the firm will be collected by him. Ouu.
Lycurgus resncctfully requests his friends
10 ezienu tneir patronage uoretoiore given
to him to his snecessor, who will continue
the badness of the Arm on his own account.
Honolulu, Jan. 1'.', lMM. KJ1 lin-l It
JAPANESE COOK WANTS A POSI
t Ion, hi wife will work as mirinund
P. O. Box !VJ
Or call ut KHhliuoto, Nuuanu nvonuo,
A DIVIDEND TOTHE blOCKHOLD
ers of the Mrn.AU Thki-hokk Cum-i-anv
Is payable ou January l.'i, 1S1I, at the
olueeor C, O. J1EROER,
I TRADE 1
V MARK C
The Newest and the Latest
CAN ALWAYS BE FOUXD AT
TST. S. SACHS'
rsao Fort street, Honolulu.
The "Mother's Friend" Patent Shirt Waist!
fliU U the latent Improvement in Boys' Shirt Waists and a truo friend to
mothers! no mora buttons to sew on, as theie cannot come olf. have
tbem In white and In fancy percales from Oo cents upward
HOYS' CALICO WAISTS IN ALL SIZES AT 25 CEN1S
Latest Shapes In
Children's Cloth Caps, University and Pinafore
We have them in Cream, Cardinal, Navv Ulua and Seal Drown.
CHILDREN'S AND INFANT'S FANCY FLANNEL COATS at very low prlcei.
WATERED SASH RIBBONS IN ALL COLORS.
THE ADELINE BLACK STOCKINGS
They are pronounced the beit by all who have given them a trial. V hnv.,
them for ladles, gents, children and Infants, in plain, ribbed, drop stitch
and open work. . . . Ladles' Adeline Black Btockln reduced to Wiw
per pulr. . . Ladles' Diamond Black Stockings at 25 cunts per pair
Have you con thu CHILDREN'S SCHOOL HATS that wo nre filing fur JDrenti?
They are Just the thing for Boys or OIrK
M. S3. LEVY
513 Robinson Block, Hotel Street.
A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF
Japanese SI CiLs.Lr
IN EVENING SHADES
"Wool Dross Goods,
Shawls, Etc., Etc. cost.
513 IoMmoi Block, BoUl Stmt.
National Cane Shredder
PATENTED UNDER THE LAWS OF THE HAWAIIAN ISLAND:.
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THE UNDERSIGNED HAVE DEEN APPOINTED SOLE AGENTS FOR
tlieeo Shredders and aro now prepared to recelvo onlerc.
Thu groat advaiitapcu to bo derived from tho uno of thu National Cane
SiiKEUDEit a ro thoroughly established and Acknowledged bv Planter
Tlir Utfin nuinbor n( I'luuters using lliciii iu the United State, Cuba,
Argontino Itoptilill, Peru, Australia and olsuwhore, bear witness to the
The iimj of tlio SiutcnuKH vury largely augment the inutility of cm
tho mill cau crind (2.1 to CO.), also the extraction of lulco (t to 12XV
It is a great v.ifegttard, making known at ouco the presouoe of any
piecoa of iron, stakes from cars, or anything which would bo liable to damage
tho mill, and allowing ample timo to remove sumo beforn damaging the mill.
Tho 811BEOUEI1 h very strongly mado, and from the manner of its opera
tion it outs or tears lliefo piecos of wood or iron without often breaking the
Siikeddih; aud if anything breaks, it is simply some of tho knives or cutton,
which can bo quickly and economically replaced. Tho Siiueodek, an il
name indicated, tears tho cano into shreds of varying lengths, perfectly open
ing it nnd allowing tho mill to thoroughly press out tho juices without re
quiring the immense extra powor uecessary to grind or cnuh the whoht
cane. Thu Shreduek spreads tho shredded cane uniformly und vvenlv to
tho mill rolls, and doos away with tho necessity of spreading the bjgiiM-'e bv
hund between tho mills, where regrinding is in uso. No greater amount of
boiler capacity is required to operate tho Suiikddci: than that which wae
sulUcient for the mill, for the abovo reasons. Wo furnish full wrl;inu
drawings for tho iutullutiou of our Shredders, enabling unv cumji. lent en
giueer to sttcoeskfully install und start them.
In ordering SiiitEODKits from us, please send small sketch, i-liiming tiic
diameter and width of the mill to. with widen Bhueddeii is to ho cuuueetud,
also the sido (cither right or left hand us you face the delivery side of the
mill), upou wluuh thu mill engino is located, ulso the height from Hour lino
to center of front mill roll uhuft, und distunce center this shaft to front end
ot bed plato. Theso Sureuueru uro now being used by the Mil Sueur Oo.
and Ilawi Mill, Kohala, where thov aro irivimr irrcat satisfaction.
rrtees ami lurlhor particulars may bo had by applying to
Ou and uller tho 1st dff- uf Junuar ,
Wi, tho storo known as "KA MAILK"
will be closed out and bo retired from
business us fast as possible,
i. ush will be exacted (or all sales alter
that date. Prices will be reduced on
Patrons are ii'(uestcd to settle their
accounts as rapidly as possible.
MRS. 0. B. BOARDMAN,
UI&-II Prop, itiess.
rpilE L'.SDLRSIONED IS PREPARED
1. to maku nil kinds ol Tombitono Rail,
itiK'. Hiimmeroil Iron Work, etc., etc,
Lstlmatts on application.
, Ul . A, JAOL'hN,
I iiiiiu blircl, at BterlliiK's Pulut Shop,
prietor of the Hawaiian Jap-
! an'ese Bazaar, Hotel street,
to sell his Btock. of JAP
A big assortment of
JAPANESE PAPER NAP-
; KINS will he sold less than
IRWIN & CO., L'd.,
Sole Atjrntt fi-c the Ilmuuldn Iilmuti.
)j NUIJANC bT.
Next door Merclmni'b Kxchangv
Merchant j Tailor
New Goods and Latest Styles !
PElTPECT fit guaranteed.
JDaT- Custouu'rs getting additional .all--will
receive: a reduction of 5uudll.fUre
ductlonbn pants. u.'t-Jiii
TOTlOK N herrb) Klven that tl.u under-
il HkiihI has been dulv uppolntvd ud-
mluUtrator of ths lands of my wife utid
iuyl situated In l.lliuu, Kmisl, mid at
Kainnkalt, Honolulu, Uiihn. All iHiyiuem
must be made to the underpinned.
W.V.'W UENl R. NAMAlLvOKEAHl.