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OABU RAILWAY AND LAND CO.
FROM AND AFTER JUNK 1, 1803.
To Kw Mn.u
11. It. A. I).
A.M. P.M. P.M. P.M.
8:40 IMS 4:35 6:10
,9:30 2:30 6:10 6:66
heave Fearl City 9:30 2:30 5:
Arrive Ewa Mill 0:57 2:67 0::
C. It. II. A.
A.M. A.M. P.M. P.M.
...11:21 10:4:i 3:43 6:42
...U:6S 11:16 4:16 0:10
.. 7:30 11:65 4:M 0:45
Leave Etvn MM .
Leave Pearl City
A. Saturdays only.
I!. Sundays excepted.
D. Saturdays excepted.
ftlu gin 111 Uldhu
THURSDAY, JAN. 18, 1891.
WrnxK.iUAY, Jan. 17.
Am itfiallng sohr Lily L, Thompson, from
Stmr Kaala (mm Kahaku
TintruoAY, Jan. ID.
Strur Mlkalmla trout Kauai
Hlmr 1'cle from Kauai
Htmr C It Uliliop from Kauai
Hlmr Hawaii (rotu Hainakua
Tiil'rsi'AV. Jan. IS.
tittur Jaraei Mnkeo (or Kapna at 4 i m
Htinr Kaala (or Kahuku at 3 n m
Htmr Mlkabala (or Hanainaiilu at S in
Vessels Loavlnsc To-morrow.
AmbktnsW II Dlruond, Nehon, (or Ban
Fiandicoat 11 a in
Btmr C it lilsliop (or Welanae and Mbku-
Oargoos from Island Porta.
Stmr Jui Mnkce2tt0 baas rugar, 70 bogs
rlca and 0 likgs sundries.
Htmr Mlkaliala 17W bags sugar, and 25
Stmr Kaala 'JW3 bags sugar and 4 pkg.
fitnir J A Cummins 13.V) bags sugar.
8tmr C It llliliop-Vf.MU bagi sugar.
Htmr Pole 3J00 oag sugar.
Alex Young, W K Howell and 10 deck.
it. nor i
From Kauai, per stmr C It llhhnp. Jan
180 Von Hamm, acoOorniaii,Odck and
1 Chinese lecr.
For Molokal. per stmr Mokolll, Jan 10--Frid
H Hsyseldan, Mr Drown and 16 duck.
For Maul, per stmr Claudlno, Jan 10
J K Uaokfofd, Miss Crook, Itev K a Uock
with and wife, Capt MaDomtld, J Kalama
uud about SO deck.
Vtaeola In Port.
U . H FLIIudelphla, llurhir, from I'alluo,
II H 8 Adams, Nclion. from a cruUe
!! M H Cbamiilon. Koose, Ksoalmault
HUMS Nanlwa, Mori, (rom Japan
Haw bk Mauna Ala, Hmltli, hum San
Haw bkluu Kllkllut, fuller, from Tort
lit hark Ylllulta, Jlurluud, (mm Liver
aiiiw CVylon, Calhoun, (rom Hun Fran.
Am bk Colu, Rackus, (rom Departure
Am sclir Alice Cooke, Punhallow, from
Haw bk Androw Welch, Drew, from Kan
Am bk Margaret, Peterson, Comox, (rom
UrltUh Colombia '
Am sour Transit, Jorgenon, (rom Hun
Am achr Danger, Ashe, (rom Nowcasilo X
Am bk Martha Davis, Soulo, (rom Xew
Am achr Aloha, Dabel, (rom San Francisco
The barkcntlne W. II. Dlniond leaves at
11 o'clock to-morrow (or the Coast.
The British bark Vlltaltu begandlsoliarg.
log to-day ut Urewer's wharf. .She received
a new coat of paint yesterday. The bark
Martha Davis lying at the sumo wharf Is
The iteauer Mlkaliala arrived early this
morning with a cargo of sugaraud tendeck
passengers. Hhe will leave again at 6
o'clock for llanamaulu and will return to
port on Monday.
The brigantlne W. 0. Irwin, Williams
master, sailed (or the Oolden (late yestur
lay with the following shlpmonts: 0100
bag sugar, W. (1. Irwin & Co.: 1020 bags
rloe, M. H. Qrinbaum & Co.; 000 bags rice,
Hlng Chong &. Co., and 1150 bags rice,
Hyman Ilros. Weight o( cargo, 650 tons,
domestic value, IW.Otf. Elghty-four beer
kegs valued at $120 were shippod by Mac
farlano &, Co.
Public Moonlight Concert.
The P. G. band will givo a moon
light concort at Thomas Square at
7:30 o'clock this uvoniug. Should
tho steamer, howovor, be in port tho
baud will play at tho Hawaiian
Hotel. Followiugia tho program:
Overture Poet uud Peasant
. . Klleuburg
-Nightingales uml V
Pilfering Boya Caught.
Two lads, a nativo aud Uhiuoso,
attomptoil to rob a Japauoso store
cm Uorotnuia stroot yostorday after
noon. The Ohiuoso boy openod the
door loading itito tho store, while
tho other sneaked in mid took four
silk haudkerohiofH valued at $10.
They wore .eon by tho proprietor
uml uuusutl. Tho L'hint'so boy was
cauglit near Smith's bridge, and thu
nativo was found hiding In the black
mud under the Chinoso Theatre,
Tho police ofllcors hnd to go through
mud to catoh him They worn both
X,OCAIi AND QENEBAIi NEWS.
Tho steamer Mikahala will make
two trip3 this woolc.
Tho Hawaiian Bell Telephone Co.
will hold its annual meeting at 1
Alox. Young returned from a fly
ing trip to the Garden Isle on the
James Makco yesterday.
Diamond Head, 3 p. in. Weather
hazy, wind light southwest. Ship,
coal ladon, ton miles west.
Tho only fines recorded in tho
District Court this forenoon were $2
each on throe persons for drunken
ness. Tho sailors of tho Champion will
givo a coucort at tho Y. M. C. A. hall,
this orening. Tho public are cor
The steamer C. It. Bishop brought
a Chinese leper from Kauai this
morning. Ho was takon to tho Ka
lihi Receiving Hospital.
A auecinl mooting of tho Board of
Trusteos of tho Queons Hospital
will bo hold in tho Chamber of Com
merce at 2 p. m to-morrow.
Tho bark Martha Davis sightod
tho Gorman bark Nautilus several
titnos on her passago horo. Tho
Nautilus is from Liverpool.
Tho Hawaiian National Band will
givo a moonlight concort at tho
popular Waikiki rosort, Sans Soucl,
to-morrow (Friday) ovoning at 7:30
eavo a luau at the rosidonco
I Ol U. ii.
Doshayostorday,quitoa crowd being
present. Altor tno least croquot
games wore in order.
Tho omployoos of the Makawoli
plantation Intend having a holiday
on Saturday noxt. Thoy worked all
day yestoruay. Thoro will bo sports
of all kinds during tho day.
A half-Fortugucso named Allele
Nichol, a P. G. spy, fired a pjtol
shot at a mombor of Co. A on Tuos-
day night. Nichol was arrostod and
charged with assault with a doadly
Chief Euglnoor Hunt aud tho men
of No. 2 ongiuo had handsome deco
rations up yostorday. Bosidos illu
minations they had tho word "An
nexation" in groen letters stretching
across Union stroot.
A seaman on tho bark Margaret
was brought to tho Police Station
yostorday afternoon with an injured
rib. Ho had como through a scutUo
with shipmates while under tho in
fluonco of liquor nnd been done up.
Dr. Cooper attended him.
Regular Qonornl Session of tho Exe
cutive nnd Advisory Councils.
At this aftornoon's session of tho
Councils, Vieo-Frosldoul Wilder pro
sided, with whom were present Min
isters King, Damon and Smith;
Councillors Watorhouso, Eun, Brown,
Tonnor, Nott, Morgan and Bolto.
Dr. ilodgors, xccrotary, read pre
Councillor Emmoluth arrived.
Mr. Brown asked who had tho
powor of calling special meetings.
Minister Smith answered that tho
Executive had taken for granted
tho powor lay with itself, as the
othor branch was only an "advisory"
Tho same Minister prosontod a
resolution from tho American
League, protesting against tho ship
ping of two serviceable liold guns to
the Midwintor Fair.
Mr. Brown movod it bo referred to
the Military Committoe.
Mr. Emmoluth did not see why
tho resolution should bo reforred to
a committee. Tho American League
started with tho avowod object of
doing nway with tho necessity of
tho military. Its niombors woro all
out of tho membership of tho An
uoxntion Club, through which thoy
have sufficient aveuuo for convoying
thoir viows. Now auothor loaguo
has boon formed and thoy would be
having petitions from tho Inter
national League aud othor loaguos
yet to bo forraod. It was timo the
Councils took a stand aud recogniz
ed all their support as coining from
tho Annexation clubs of tho Islands,
no did not think this Govornmout
should rocognizo any olomont, any
clique, or any organization outside
of tho Anuoxatlon Club. Thoy should
bo nil treated aliko aud whou they
heard from ono thou they would
hear from all.
Mr. Brown, whilo agreoing with
tho viows of tho provious speaker,
yet bolioved that ovory person or
organization had a right to bo hoard.
As tho rosolutiou had boon forward
ed through tho Eiocutivo, it should
be roforrod to tho Military Commit
too. Evorybody should have the
right to petition this body.
Mr, Emmoluth said if "this came
from a royalist sottrco ho would have
nothing to say, but coming from
thoir supportoH thoy woro already
represented there. The Loaguo was
ouly a small body, numbering only
Ministor Smith complimented Sou
Councillor Emmoluth on having
been one of tho most earnest ami
faithful members, but ho agrood
with tho viows of Mr. Brown. He
explained that, iu favoring the Ha
waiian Exhibit Co., tho Exoeutivo
had soleotod tho guns that could
best be spared. He hoped tho timo
would como when thoy should have
petitions from the Hui Alohn Aiua,
when all tho popple would recognize
tiiat this was a Govornmout they
could with confidence petition.
Minister Damon presented a ruso
lution from tho Annexation Club,
asking for tho appolutinout of C. A.
Brown to replnco Mr. Hothwell as
chief clerk iu the Post Office nnd J.
A. Low ns Customs appraiser. He
also rend a reply ho had sout to tho
Club regarding the Executive's deci
sion to send to Sau Diogo for Mr.
CSirvin, Unwaiiuu Consul, to take
the place In the Post Office.
Mr, Emiiieluth moved thu I'om
muiilcatiou bo laid on the table fur
Minister Smith -liefoie the put
ting of this mottou
Mr. Emmoluth (interrupting) said
if this was going to bo debated ho
wished to ask tho Ministor of Fi
nanco when ho had consulted with
Ministor Damon rocitod his con
versation with tho P. M. G.
Mr. Emmeluth stated that tho P.
M. G. had said tho Ministor had not
coustdtod with hiin in any way. Tho
Postmaster-Genoral had told liim, if
ho was asked for his opinion, that
he should prefer to advance a man
now in tho office, and place the new
man whero he could R-iru the
Minister Smith sympathized with
the views against importing strangers
for Government positions. Yet Mr.
Girvin livod horo twonty years and
went away sovoral years ago boforo
many who nro now herd woro in tho
country, Ho had acquired tho na
tivo languago with proficiency, and
filled sovoral public offices with
Mr. Brown kuow all this of Mr.
Girvin to bo true, but did not be
lieve iu sending out of tho country
for people to nil positions that
could bo well filled by pooplo horo.
Charity begins at homo.
Mr. Wntorhousa had nothing
against Mr. Girvin, but was strongly
opposed to sending out of tho coun
try for men, whilo thoro woro plenty
of competent young mon about Ho
nolulu. Mr. Morgau agreed with Messrs.
Brown and Watorhouso. He had
always felt that pooplo who stuck
with us .horo should haro preforonco
for any positions that might open.
Girvin found this country not good
enough for him and loft it for good
and all. Mr. Damon had in times
past said that tho Advisory Counoil
should work in harmony with the
Executive, and this was a mattor
whoro thoy had a right to bo con
suited. Vlco-Prosidont Wlldor(on putting
tho voto) I do not soo many voting.
A discussion on procoduro Inter
vened, ending in tho letter being
placed on filo.
Minister Damon prosontod a reso
lution from tho Amorican Loaguo,'
to havo tho subsidy to tho Paradise
of the Pacifio discontinued, bo
causo both managers of tho papor
ltoferred, on motion of Mr. Brown,
to Finance Committee.
Ministor Damon prosontod a roso
lutiou from tho Loaguo against the
decision pf tho Councils to Intro
duce 5000 Chinoso laborers.
' -Mr. Brown movod it bo recoivod
aud placed on filo.
Minister Smith said this and othor
resolutions had boon publlshod in
newspapers boforo presentation,
which ho took to bo discourtoous to
tho Councils. Thoro wero misstate
ments in this resolution, as It had
not been decldod to Introduco tho
full limit of C000. Ho rocountod
what had happonod at tho confer
ence between tho Councils and tho
Trustees of tho Planters' Company
Tho chairman suggostod roforring
tho mattor to a commlttoo rather
than laying it on tho table. Minis
tor Smith concurred.
Mr. Brown considered it a bad
precedent to rofor all petitions to
cointniltoos, Tho law in roforonco
to this mattor was piusr-d, and noth
ing had occurred to altor Its tonor
Mr. Emmoluth predicted a timo
whou thoy would bo sitting thoro all
the afternoon, listoning to potltions
aud resolutions and God knows
Vice-Prosldont Do you deny tho
right of petition
Mr. Emmeluth did not, but ho
was totally opposed to Chinoso and
any other Asiatic immigration with
out propor restrictions. This mat
ter had long boon a bono of contou
Hon iu this country, and while tho
planters got the meat tho mechanics
and morclianta got tho soup.
-Mr. Tenuey moved roforonco to
Mr. Damon wished Mr! Emmeluth
would withdraw his expression of
"Asiatics" ns applying to Japauoso.
That torm was oHonsivo to them,
and tho labor question was ono of
delicacy. Thoy aro not Asiatics
any moro than 1 am.
Mr. Eininolttth When 1 went to
school the Japau Islands woro on
tho map of Asia in my goography,
and sq long as I am a mombor of
thoso Councils I shall continue to
call Japanese Asiatics.
Referred to Miscolluuooux Com
mittee Minister Smith presouted a reso
lution of tho Amorican Loaguo
against sending out of the country
forepersons to fill public offices.
Laid on tho table. ,
Minister Damon read the wookly
financial statement as follows:
Financial Smtkmknt run tiiu
Kn-himi Jam miv 17, ls'll.
Current uccount balance Jan.
I -.'7S.B70 18
interior Depurtuiont ..
tJulo of (Inviirumcnt bonds
S 30,333 23
Total neusury buluin-e hsuIkiyv
Dept. Foreign Attaint
Salaried and- Incidental
llurcau of Huryey
11 urea u Immigration,
ltureuu of I'uIjIIo Works ,
llureuu Water Works . ..
Hoard of Health
Hulnrlta und Incldeutuls
Attorney General's Dcpt
Ucuerul Kipcnifs Provlsloiiul
ltoad taxes to speeiul deposit
Hcliool taxes "
Kxpcusfs placing 1iiiu, lS'jj,
Payments under ijeetlou '.'
IhIhI tri'iKiir) littliiiiKo nluivi'
t 300,214 10
. 40,000 W
Due P. S. Bank nd P. M. O,
liuiui '.... oo,llli IU
r. 8. BMNr uruiv
Koticos this date of with-
urawaia maiurrag Janu
ary, February andr Aorr)i
IBiU t 3.1.703OO
Cahonband 20,690 91
movistosAt, oovr.BSMst mn,
Expenses Provisional Govern-
menttodate I 189,01100
This amount covers all expenses Includ
ing military and Items not appropriated
by the last Legislature.
wr.Ho cash ix TRKtsvnr.
Outstanding certificate!.. . ,$ 231,000 00
Certificates, withdrawn (rom
circulation and deposited
(or rate keeping 23,000 00
Cash In treasury to redeem'all
outstanding certificates. . 251,000 00
Tytnl omountccrtlflcatcs....t 312,000 00
Cash on hand Postal Savings
Uank 20,590 91
Balance to credit of 20 ltoad
Boards In Treasury 43,002 ?'J
Ilalance to credit of School
Hoard in Treasury 20,475 48
Available cash, current ac
count 283,301 4d
$ 376,433 01
Due current account (rom ad
vances to loan fund...... 51,28.' 70
Due current account (rom ad
vances to Postal Savings
Hank . . 30.00 00
Public grounds J 3ii 35
Subsidy to stmri. to Molokal,
to, 250 00
Forests and nurseries 65 80
Uuarantlno diseased animals . SO 00
Honolulu FIro Department. 301 82
Klectrlo light ia 2J
Printing 170 30
Lighting streets other than
Honolulu 21 01
Insane Asylum mi 12
The Ministor addod comparative
statement of finances now and this
time last year. It is too lengthy for
insertion In this roport.
Mr. Emmeluth moved a resolution
in favor of giving hoads of bureaus
the powor of selecting tho employees
under them. Ho explained it was
in cousoquonco of tho Girvin mat
ter. It was an outrago to sond out
of tho country for a man to fill a
position. Thoro were hundrods of
bright mon on tho squaro last night
the equals of any who could be im
ported. Evory royaU .ni luko
warm sorvant snoujd be rootod out.
Tho movor acosptod a suggestion
to dofor consideration of his resolu
tion. Mr. Emmoluth asked tho Attor-noy-Goneral
If that mislaid lettor of
tho Annexation Club had turned up.
Minis! or Smith doubtod if Presi
dent Dole had o'ror received the lot
tor. It could not bo found.
Minister Damon moved a voto of
thanks to Cok Sopor and tho troops
for their lino appearance yesterday,
and to Capt. Kid well and tho Sharp
shooters for standing guard during
Mr. Emmoluth would second thu
resolution, but was in bad humor
to-day. If moro attention had been
paid to the physical comfort of tho
troops, tho thanks would bo better
appreciated. Thoy wero not ovon
suppllod with ico water or boor aftor
their marching and mauouvorlug lu
the hot aun.
Mr. Bolto seconded thu motion
and it carrlod.
Tho Board of Education bill
catno up on second reading, but Mr.
Brown finding a radical defect In tho
titlo. tho bill was reforred to the
Another bill was tackled ouly to
bo doforrod, and tho Councils nil
Journod shortly after !l o'clock.
Judgment on Bond Akahi Will
Holds for tho Bishop Eatatu.
Judgo Whiting has roudorcd a de
cision on the jury-waivod action for
debt of Margaret Campbell ot als,
plaintiffs, vs. N. Hookano ot als, do
fondants. Thy Court finds for tho
plaintiffs with interest, tho judg
ment being for 00. TL.U particu
lar action was on a bond for judg
ment in tho Supreme Court in 1892.
J. M. Monsarrat for plaintiffs; S. K.
Kane aud J. L. Kaulukou for de
fendants. Judgo Whiting has also rendered
a decision ou the Akahi will caso.
Tho petitionor Koawehaku brought
his complaint to rovoko tho probato
of tho will of A. Akahi ou tho ground
that the documont purporting to be
her will was nover oxocuted uy hor
aud was not hor will, Tho will was
B resented for probato by C. It.
Ishop iu 1877, and Mrs. Bornico P.
Bishop was the principal dovisoo.
After reviewing the evidenco, the
Court decides that tho petitioner's
evidonco la insufficient and too inde
finite to permit the sotting aside of
tho probato of a will prorod as this
will was by tho evidonco recorded iu
its probate. He doclluos to rovoko
the probate and dismisses tho peti
tion. J. M. Poepoo for petitionor;
O. W. Ashford and F. M. Hatoh for
T. K. It. Amain, plaintiff, oxcopts
to tho bill of exceptions of Koua
Coffee and Fruit Co., defendant, aud
moves for leavo to ontor up final
judgment. W. A. Kinney for plain
tiff; A. Itosa aud A, P. Potorson for
J opposite ltcfornuitory
School. Apply to "A.M.'
P. O. llox . 1UJ-2W
rpWO .SICKLY FUU
X nl.shed Kooms for
Ueutlemen at No, 4 Harden
FURNISHED BOOHS TO LET.
nUliud Itooiiis on 1.1
IIIib street, ophite Kua
kin! street, ubout live tula
utes' wulk from Nuuauu street
ply ut this otllce.
HEAL ESTATE FOR SALE,
7 VAI.UAUU: PIKl'KS OF
I Improved Proiwrty, located
in dlllWent l'urt of llie City of
Honolulu! ull barvalns. Annlv
for full particulars to -
imi'OK A A. J. OAUTWKIlIHT.
F . H. w
Notice to Consumers I
The ntw uorkt o the Hawaiian
Electric Co. being now completed,
notice it hereby given that from
and after January 16th the Com
pany it prepared to $upply incaif
detcent electric lighting to rt
tomert. In a few day the Company uili
alto be prepared tofurnith electric
motors for poirer, and of which
due noticf will he given.
The Company further announce
that they are prepared In receive
orders for interior wiring and can
farnish fixtures and all jilting in
i-onneethn with new service.
Printed rules, regulations und
Company's rates can be had on
application to the Superintendent'.
Wm. G. IRWIN,
PltKHIliKNT II. K. CO.
LIME! LIME! LIME!
In quantities to milt ptuclnmTH ut tho
LOWEST SlAltlCF.T Pit ICE.
Jous. F. Morgan,
ABPKCIAb LIIIHAKY OF KUIKNCK
and llctlon Is nowoixiucd loftnJenl",
onTUEHDAYU, THUUBHAYBand rAT
UHDAYH of each week, from 2 to 4 v. .,
on the second floor of the Foster lilock,
Nuuanu street, over livejy'a utori'. Ku
trance by the second door, ou tho I.ano
op)Kslte eud of Merchant street loading
to thu back part of the Honolulu Foundry.
liooks lent out to responsible par
ties In Honolulu, and when practicable, to
residents of the other Islands. Wi lm'
DISSOLUTION OF COPARTNER
HIP. THF. C'OPARTNEUSIIIP 1IKTWKKN
the uulerslKned oiUtlut' tinder the
rlrm name of l.ycurgus, Feriiandes A l.'o,
has been dissolved by mutual consent, Mr.
l.ycurgus having sold his Interest In the
firm to Mr. Fernandas. All debts due by
the firm will be paid at thu store of tho
11 rm by Mr. Fernaudes and all debts duo
to tho urm will be collected by him. Geo.
l,ycuri;UH respectfully reue!ti his friends
to extend their patronage heretofore glvon
to him to his successor, who will continue
the bulnesiof thutlrmon lilsowiiaocount.
Honolulu, Jan. 1J, 1804. '.'31 lin-l It
Al,l,ACt-'OUNTBDUE TO THE HUM
of Yuen Kce Chau of I.lliue, Kuuul,
have beeu placed for collection with Mr.
Paul Nriiiuann. attomey-at-law, 311 Mer
chant street, Honolulu. N. Monwar In
Mr. Paul Neumann's oillre Is authorled
to receive und receliit for their piiymuut,
All ersons Indebted to said linn lire r
ijuesied to settle their" aecountH and suve
costs ot lltluatlon.
Hoiioliilu, Jan. l.'i, lS'll. IMI lm
BLAND URAPES-S POUNUM J-nlt .
For isle by R.LIBHMAN,
mi-K Telephone 317.
The Newest and the Latest
CAN ALWAYS BE FOUXD AT
3sr. s. sacks'
OBO Fort Street, Honolulu.
The "Mother's Friend" Patent Shirt Waist!
This Is the latest Improvement In Boys' Hhlrt Waists and a true frienJ to
mothers no more buttons to sew on, as these cannot come olf. e have
them in white and Infancy percales from &eent upward"
BOYS' t'AMCO WAISTS IN A I.I. SIZES AT 25 CENTS.
Latest Shaixs in
Children's Cloth Caps, University and Pinafore
We have them In Cream, Cardinal, Xuvv Wuc nnd Seal Bron.
Cim.nitKN'S AND INFANT'S FANCY FLANNEL COATS at very low price.
WATEItED SASH RIBBONS IN ALL COLOHS.
THE ADELINE BLACK STOCKINGS
They are pronounced the best by all who have given them a trial. We have
them for ladles, gents, children and infants. In plain, ribbed, drop stitch
and open work. . . . Ladles' Adeline Black Stocking reduced to W rents
per pair. . . . Ladies' Diamond Black Blockings at 25 cents per pair.
Ilnve you seen the CHILDREN'S SCHOOL HATS that we are selllnjj for 20 cents?
Ther are just the thing for Boys or Girls.
3N- S- 1BVY
513 Robinson Block, Hotel Street.
HAS RECEIVED' NOTICE !
A LA ROE ASSORTMENT OF '
Japanese Sill Crape
IX EVENING SHADES
"Wool Dress Goods,
Shawls, Etc., Etc.
3C. S. LEVY,
513 BsbUson Block, lotsl Strsst.
National Cane Shredder
PATENTED UNDER THE LAWS OF THE HAWAIIAN ISLANDS.
milE UNDERSIONEI) HAVE DEEN APPOINTED SOLE AGENTS FOR
tlieso Siiiikuukiih uml uro now jiropiut'il to receive oriler.
Tho great advittitugeu to bo derived from the ttso of tlio National Cank
Siiiiediiku aro thoroughly eBtiiblislifil and acknowledged hv 1'luiUent
Tho largo niiinlier of PlnnteH lining llieiii in tlio United States', Cuba,
Argentine Republic, IVm, Auittralia nnd clcewlierc, bear witnes lo tliu
Tlio uro of tho SniiKUOKit very largely uugnicntH the quantity of cane
tho mill can grind (2.1 to 50), also the extraction of juice (ft to 12).
It in n great safeguard, making known at oncn the iireseneo of any
pieiVH of Iron, stakes from cars, or anything which would bo liable to damage
the mill, and allowing ample timo to romovo amo beforn damagiug the mill.
The SiiiiKiWKit i. very strongly made, and from tlio manner ol ltd opera
tion it cutii or te.irn thene pieces of wood or iron without often breaking the
SiiiiKMiKit ; and if anything breaks, it U simply some of the knives or cullers,
which can bo quickly and economically replaced. The Siiiiehuku, u its
nanio IndiealeH, toar the cano into sliruds of varying lcugths, perfectly opuu
ing it nnd allowing the mill to thoroughly press out the juices without n
quiring the imnieiibii oxtra powor necccary lo grind or cruJi tho wholn
cano. The Shkkiiorii spreads tlio shredded cane uniformly and evenly to
the mill rolls nnd does away with tho nccctaity of spreading the hugueVe lv
hand between (ho mill, wheto regrinding is in use. No greater amount of
boiler capacity is required to operalo the Shhkijuek than that which waa
sufllcienl fur tlio mill, for the above reasons. We furnish full wtukiug
drawings for the iiiftullatioii of our SlMEDDKlia, enabling any competent en
gineor to i-iiccei'sfully install and start thoni.
In ordunng Shkkudkiis frpm us, please send small sketch, showing tin
diameliT and width of tho mill ro.. with which Siihbduku is to be connected,
also the side (eithor right or left hand as you face tho deliverv hide if the
mill), upon which tho mill enciue U located, also the heielit fruin II. .or linu
to center of front mill roll shaft, and
oi lieu plate. 'Iheeo SiutKDnEits uro now being used by the Ililo Sugar Co.
and Hawi Mill, Kohala, whero they aro giving great satisfaction.
gj Prices nni) further particulars may bo had by applying to
WM. G. IRWIN & CO., L'd.,
"MM I jj)U Ayenti fur the IlauaiuiH lilnnJt.
"KA MAILE" shbu lun,"
On and after the lit tlay of January,
18t, the store known as "KA MAILE"
w 111 lie closed out and bo retired from
ImMni'-H ns fast ai poiilblc.
Cash will bo exacted for all sales after
tliut datf. Prlrss will be reduced on
Patrons urn uqueited to settle their
lU'coiints as rapidly as possible.
MRS. 0. E. BOARDMAN,
rpllK I NDKUBIONEI) IS PREPARED
X to niaUu ll kinds of Tombstone Hall.
Ingi, Hammered Iron Work, etc., tie.
L'tlmste on upplloatlou,
.. . , A. JAOnEN,
Union Bttvcl, ut Sterllnt'i Palm Shop,
I have been instructed by
Mn. J. M. E Sa i: Sii.va, pro
prietor of the Hawaiian Jap
anese Bazaah, Hotel street,
to sell his stock of JAP-
Kgir A big assortment of
JAPANESE PAPER NAP
KINS will be sold uwsthan
.! ri iu.7ifcrwri.
distance center this shaft to fiout end
30i NUUANU ST.
Nest 'door Merchant's Excuantji'
New Qiid Litest Styles !
I'EKFECT 'FIT GUAItAXTEED.
,8T (-'uitunura nctUng udilitlunal milt.
will receive, a reduction of Sound Sl.tu re
duction on pant. I'JI-Jni
NOTICE N ber-by given that tlio under
slKlied 1ms been duly apioliiled ad
iiilnUtrator ut the laiid ol my ulfe and
myself ltutd lu Llliue, Kuusl, and at
Kmakels;iolulu,Oaliu. All payment
mint be mMto thu undersign!.
W-MW .UlfJKl R. NAMAEAOKKAH1.