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OAHO RAILWAY AND LAND CO,
FROM AND AFI'KR JUNK I. Ifl.
To Ews Mit.i.
Leave Pearl Cltv
Arrive Kwft Mill.
P. . 11.
Leave Ewa Mill..
Leave Pearl City..
. 7:80 11:55 4 :(.5
A. Saturdays only.
O. Sundays excepted.
D. Saturdays excepted.
u gnilu Utdin,
FRIDAY, JAN. 19.1881.
Krii'W, .Inn. ID.
Am ship (1 1 Knrgetit, 3.1 day from Nana-
lino' It U
StiiirWU llnllfrom Hawaii ami Mnul
Stmr Koala from Kaliukn
FstDsY, Jan. ll.
Am liktnoW II liltii'iinir Nulioti. for Han
Francisco at 3 p m
Slnir O It I)lhop for Watunau alil Moku-
Stmr Hawaii for Hakalrfu,.Hniiotuu nnd
I'ohikuiiiami al 12 noon
Sulir Moi Wnliino for Hnmakua
Cargoes from Island' Porta.
Slmr Hawaii .VT.I Iihk sugar ant HI head
.Stmr WU Hall H27 bag sugar, V& tags
collet, wi hist awn, iSi iieau came, n.j
lulls hldus GO hogs and 73p.kg sun
Piuiii Hawaii ami Maul, txtr aliur W 0
Hall, Jau W-W H I'aln. Miss Massoy, Mrs
J Pniknula, MIm K Paakaula, Mm Ku
paka, Miss M Martin, J Shaw ami wife, J
II Mrlan and wife, Ho Kong and 70 deck.
tur stmr Mikahala, Jan
W llnon and daughter and
Vessels in Fort.
II 8 S Philadelphia, Darker, from Callno,
UHH Adams, Nelson, from a rruNe
11 II M 8 Chatruplon. Rookc, Kt'ialmnull
HUMS Nanlwn, Mori, from Japan
Haw bk Mauna Ala, Smith, from San
Haw bktne Itllkltat, Cutler, from Port
P.r bark Vlllalta, Harlnnd, from IJver-
Am bk Ceylon, Calhoun,
from Han Fran-
Am bk Coluta,
Am selir Allen
.Backus, from Departure
Cooke, Pcahallow, from
Haw bk Andrew Welch,
Drew, from Han
Am b Margaret, Petoriuui,
Am schr Transit, Jorgenun, from Sail
Am schr Bangor, Ahhu, from Newcastle N
Am bk Martha Davis, Smile, from New
Am schr AJoliA, Dahcl, from San Francisco
Thebarkentluo Kllkltal hat I.eKun ills
charging her lumbor al the Furl idreet
It win the koliouner Alice Cooko and not
the Aloha that dlpUMl bunting on Wed
nesday. Purser W. Herrlck of the slvamor James
Makee stayed over thl trip owing to Indls
position. Ha will resume his duties on
Monday next. In the meantime Captain
lliKlamt will act an pursornnd aklpier.
The American ulilp O. F. Sargent km
tiwed Into port this afternoon, ,23 days
from Nunaltuo, B. O. She brought 'JWU0
tins of coal for the United State Govern
ment and COO tons for Allen .V Robinson.
She anohored In the stream.
The barkentlne W. H. Dimond. NIUou
master, was towed to xea this uttornoou
boand for the Golden Gate. She carried a
cargo of 10.480 bags sugar, weighing (i&5
tons, add fUaed at 131,876, shipped by W.
O. Irwm &o, There, were tn addition 0
cases cartridges and 3 cases tcka, Shipped
back by tho Hawaiian Hardware Co.
MUBIC AT SANS SOUCI.
Program of the National Band
cert This Svoning.
Following is tho program for tho
concort to bo givon by tho Hawaiian
National Baud at Snus Souci this
eveuing at 7:!M) o'clock:
March C'olumblau Guard.
Overture -Cosmopolitan .
Polka-Twin Ilrolhers. .
tVirnet Solo Una Soiree, u'
. . Ilrooke
. . Mttvrcllei
Medley Huston Hake
Waltz Hawaiian.. . .
Duuia J.a l'alomu
.March Kululanl ... .
Public Moonlight Concert.
Tho P. G. baud will uivo a moon
light concort at Makoo Island at
7:!J0 o'clock this ovoning. Should
the stoatnor, howovor, bo iu port tho
baud will play nt tho Hawaiian
Hotel. Following is tho program:
March Dav in Vienna Schlld
Overturn -Light Cavalrv .Huppe
llallad Scotch Usslu Jean , . Harris
Kantasla Thu IIIvoIh Pcttin
Medley Tho Illack Jlrlgadt. ..Jleyer
Waltz Over the Wavtw Itosus
Hchottlsuhe Sweet Sixteen Itolllusou
Hulop Street Cum . A null
(Jurltoii Coruwoll, foreman of tho
Uaotto, Middlotown, N. J,, holiovos
that Chamberlain's Cough Remedy
should bo in ovory home. Ho used
it for n cold and It effected it speedy
cure. Ho xayn: "It Ih indeed it grand
lomody, 1 can recommend to nil. 1
havo also been it used for whooping
cough, with tho best results." 'IU
and GO cent bottlos for sale by all
dealers. Bouson, Smith k Co., agents
for tho Hawaiian Islands.
LOOAL AND GENERAL NEWS.
A Japauoso pug clog U lost. Soo
A rdlinbl woman wishes n sitim
'tion. Seo ntlvortisomont.
The Crickot Club's adjourned an
nual rueotiue should como off noxt
! Tuesday evening.
Tho mail by tho W. H. Dimond
to-dny for tho Coast consisted of fl5
letters and 497 papers.
I Invilntlmi Iiavb bean isaunil for
the marriage of Giovanni Long and
Miss Laurita Kaao on Tuesday nest.
Walter Dillingham treated a largo
parly oi young friends to an excur
sion by rail to Etva sugar mill last
The annual meeting of the Wood
lawn Fruit Co. will be hold at 12
noon to-morrow at J. S. Walker's
Pursor Munro, late of tho S. S.
Wiowora, will leavo on tho S. H.
Warrlmoo on Tuesday nest for tho
Tho trustees of tho Quoen's Hos
pital met this afternoon in the
Chamber of Commorce to adopt
Tho Hawaiian National band will
giro a moonlight concort at Sans
Souci this evening. It is only a ton
tninuto walk from tho cars.
Tho T. oTband will play at Makoo
Island this evening, unloss tho S. S.
Mariposa be in port, in which caso
tho concort will be at tno Hotel.
Tho Concordia band has oluctod
tho following offlcors: M. O. Silva,
president: M. S. Freitas, vlco-presi-tlout,
J. T. Figarodo, secretary; J. V.
Kaapuni, tho nativo who was par
doned on Wodnosday, is still work
ing about tho Folico Station, Iraing
grantod learo by Marshal Hitchcock
until ho secures employment.
Jos. S. Emorson, Robert W. An
drews and Albert Trask havo boon
appointed by Ministor King as a
commission to adjudicato land dam
agos at tho Lopor Sottlomont.
Thco. H. Davies will givo his an
nual dinner to employees of his firm
at Craigside, Nuuanu Valloy, to
morrow afternoon. Tho Hawaiian
National band will play from 2 to fi
Thorn was an osplosion on tho
roof of tho Exccutivo building dur
intr tho firoworks exhibition Wod
nosday ovoning. A lot of firoworks
accidentally caught firo and tho
wholo tiling wont up in smoko.
Tho S. S. Monowai in January,
1892, was five days lato, and in Janu
ary, 1893, tho . S. Alnmoda was
throo days lato. Both steamships
woro from tho Coast and woro do
tainod waiting for tho mails. This
is probably tho cause of tho S. S.
Mr. J. F. Eckardt, purvoyor of
tho Quoon's Hospital, desires to re
turn thanks on bohalf of tho pa
tionts of that institution, to Mr.
Thos. O. Thrum of the Uptown
Bookstore, tho Hawaiian Nows Co..
and Mr. W. F. Royuolds of tho
Qoldon Rulo Bazaar, for a checker
board douatod by each of them.
Tho stoatnor Mikahala yostorday
brought news of a strlko of Japau
oso laborers on tho Koloa planta
tion. Tho trouble arose ovor tho
boating of ouo of tho Japs by a
luna. Whou tho Mikahala loft tho
Japs woro still on tho strike. K.
Okkotsu, Japanese inspector, loft on
tho stoatnor yostorday oroning to in
restigato tho matter.
J. J. Silva, tho Portuguese who
was assaulted and kicked by Domin
gos Forroira, and who has boon cou
(mod in tho Queen's Hospital since
tho assault, has so far recovered as
to be able to bo removed to his
homo. Ho can walk a little, and
Forroira may thank his stars that ho
did not havo to answer to a chargo
of manslaughter. Forroira in his
dofonso will try to prove that the
assault was provoked.
TUNEFUL NAVAL SAILORS.
Concort nt Y. K. O. A. Hull by Hon
of the Champion.
A short timo ago tho entortain
mout committee of tho Y. M. C. A.
gave a concort for tho ploacuro of
sailors of II. B. M. S. Champion.
Last night tho sailors guvo tho "re
turn match" iu a rattling concort,
of which uautical songs woro u
feature. Thoro was a goodly attend
ance of tho gonoral public, aud ovory
number on tho program was greatly
enjoyed. Russell's dancing of tho
hornpipe iucitod thuudorous ap
plause. -An orchoitrn cdmposed of
threo banjos, a concertina aud a fifo
mado groat hits. Following in tho
program, exclusive of encores:
Soug Lost of the Vanguard., 1. Kusell
Bong Policeman Darker . . . W. Cain
Sailor's Hornniite D. ltiisxoll
Chorus. .The, Bong that Itcaulicd My Heart
Song Playmates. . .
Song Sweet and Low.
Mrs. Mauuakilikti Mnhoo, sislor of
Paul P. Kanoa, ox-Governor, etc.,
died nt !t o'clock yosterday morning,
of heart disease, at hor residonco on
King street. Sho was a littlo ovor
50 years of age, and was at ouo time
tho wife of Judgo Solomon, of Ko
loa, who became a leper aud was
Rout to tho Lopor Settlement. Mrs.
Mahoo loaves besides her husband
an adopted son. Tho ftiuoral took
place at !t:30 o'clock this aftoruoon,
tho sorvices and interment being at
tho Kawainhno Church. Thoro were
profuse iloral offerings from tho do
coascd's niativ friends. Tim resi
donee wni thronged ynhteidiiy and
All hladt of Commercial JWntlivj
promptly txreulrd nt low ruUt at the
Responsibility of Partnors Masonic
Judge Coopor this morliiug over
ruled oxceptions of dofAidants in
tho case of T. K. R. Amalu vs. The
Kona CofToo and Fruit Co., and A.
S. Hartwoll, garnishee, ronding
tho appeal of dofoudants to the Su
premo Court, tho Court orders final
judgment nnd the paymout into
Court of $150.88 by tho garuisheo
out of funds in his hands.
A unanimous opinion of the Su
premo Court, prepared by Chief Jus
tice Judd, has been rendered in the
case ol wong unnu vs. ad iuug
and Ah Wni, doing business under
the uamo of "Ho Fon," and Yong
Ahoi. It came up on appeal from
the decreo of Juugo Coopor, declar
ing a trust and ordoring an assign
ment of a loaso by defendants to
plaintiff. Tho Court atllrms tho
clocreo of J ml go Coopor, on tho fol
"Tho plaintiff deposited a sum of
monoy with Y. A. nnd A. W. as ad
vanco rent on a loaso which they
agreed to obtain for him, Tho lease
was obtained but was mado to A. W.
and A. H. as partners:
"Hold, that the decree declaring
A. W. and A. II. to be trustees for
plaintiff of tho leaso, and ordering
them to assign tho samo to plaintiff,
should bo affirmed. If A. H. was
Ignorant of tho fraud ho is bound
by the fraud of his partnor A. W.,
the transaction being a contract re
lating to tho copartnership.
"Y. A. was employed by A. H. as
an agent to procure tho lease. Ho
docefred plaintiff iu taking tho lease
to A. W. and A. H.
"Hold, that A. H. having put con
fidence in Y. A., should bo the losor
rather than tho plaintiff."
J. A. Magoon for plaintiff; W. R.
f'astlo for defendants.
Judge Coopor has granted the
petition of Rev. D. Kapali to bo ap
pointed administrator of the estato
of his deceased wifo, which is valued
at $2100. Tho bond is placed at $200.
Tho holrs are tho husband and the
patornal undo of thodocoasod, Ka
hoohuli. G. W. It. King was adjudged bank
Hawaiian Lodgo, F. A. M., has
ontored suit, roturuablo at the Feb
ruary term of tho Circuit Court,
against F. H. Redward for tho sum
of 51023.12 claimed in form of de
fendant's contract on tho Masonlo
Templo. Dofondaut was to bo paid
72:11 for carpontor work, wrought
ana cast iron work and plastering
on tho building; but if ho failod to
prosecute his work tho building
cotmnittoo of tho Lodgo could tako
it up and comploto it, and. if tho ot
ponso of thoir doing so should ox
coed tho unpaid balance, tho dofond
aut should pay tho differonco to tho
IN THE DISTRICT COURT.
Art'my mid Assault After Chines
In tho District Court this forenoon
throo cases of drunkoiinoss wore
quickly disposod of with tho usual
fines of $2 each. One forfeitod his
ball of SO.
Kalokaua aud Ah Mau were tried
aud foundguilty of affray and finod
$3 each. Tno affray occurred on tho
cornor of Smith and Pauahi streets
A plea of guilty was eutered by G.
Y. Anderson for assault aud battorv
on Chas. Sass on Jau. 17. Ho was
hontoncod to pay a fine of $5.
Two Mongols pleaded guilty to
playing dominoes yostorday for
monoy, aud a nominal lino of S7
each was imposod.
Nino Chinoso woro on trial at noon
when tho Court ndjotirnod, for
vagrancy, in not having any visiblo
moans of support within tho past
three moutliH. Dotectivos Larson,
Kauhauo aud Puui gavo eridonce to
the effect that tiioy hnvo had thoir
oaglo eyes on tho Colostials for sotno
timo past, and havo novor soeu thorn
do aught olso but gamblo and play
cho fa. Thoy formerly acted as In
formers. Horse Killed.
A train ou which were Deputy
Marshal Brown, Captain Parknr aud
Hong Sam went down to Ewa yes
terday evoning In response to a tolo
phono messago that someone had
been shot nt that place. Ou tho
way a horse was seen grazing on the
track. Tho whistle of tho unglno
was blown, but, before tho animal
could get out of the way, tho cow
catcher caught him aud throw him
several yards away. Tho engine was
haltod aud tho horse boing examined
was found to bo soriously injured.
Deputy Marshal Brown shot him.
A Farewell Concort.
The ijubliii will havo the last ou-
uortuuity of hearing tho talented
Misses Albu at u farewell concert iu
tho Opera House ou Saturday week,
January 27th. This special musical
ovoning will bo givon as a compli
mentary benefit of Miss Rose Albu,
ou which occasion a program of
choico selections, iuoluding tho groat
misororo duot from tho Opera of
Trovatoro will be givon by tho gifted
vocalists, Missos Julio and Rose
"1 know an old Holdior who had
chronic diarrhaa of long standing
to havo been permanently cured by
taking Chamborlain's Colic, Cholera
aud Diarrhoea Romody,"says Edward
Shumpik, n prominent druggist of
Minneapolis, .Minn, "i havo soiu
the remedy iu this city for ovor sovon
years and consider it superior to
any other medicine now on tho
market for bowel complaints." 25
nnd DO rent bottlos of this remedy
for sale by all donlors. Bouson,
Smith & Co,, agents for the Hawai
"Is Cashloy vory extravagant in
"Great guns, yosl Ho pays for
everything ho got." -fViiiifu lnUr-
Every description of JOB IWXTlNa
done at the Jiultetln Ojfice.
II i i i WW . I . i
SHOW OF ORATXFUL HEARTS.
Chinese Christians Euturtain Mrs
Gowen in Jt'lne Stylo,
A most unhiuo entortainmout was
given last evoning in tho St. Andrew's
Sunday school room in the shape of
a reception tendered to Mrs. H. H.
Gowen by tho Chinese Congregation
of St. Andrew's Cathedral. Mr.
Gowen, who started this congrega
tion, is greatly beloved by tho mem
bers, and they took this opportunity
of honoring his wife who is at pre
sent on a visit to the Sisters of St.
Andrew's Priory. Tho interior of
the schoolroom had a fine appear
ance with its decorations of largo
and small Hags and Chinese lanterns.
A transparency with the word "Wel
come" had a vory prominent posi
tion at the upper end of the room.
Shortly after half-past sevon
o'clock Mrs. Gowon entered the
schoolroom escorted by a comfnitteo
of Chinese. Sho was introduced to
those present by tho Bishop of Ho
nolulu iu brief remarks. Mr. Chanit
Chow then called upon the Misses J
13. uook ami n,. .uussiuau iu piny a
piano duet, which they did very ac
ceptably. A hymn was next sung in
Chinese, aftor which two little boys,
Ah Fot and Ah Ya, gave a recitation,
"Welcome to Mrs. Gowen." They
were loudly applauded.
Mr. Ah flung, in a short addroM,
said thoy wore glad to meet Mrs.
Gowen, and hoped sho would convey
their warm aloha to Mr. Gowen.
Twonty pupils of St. Andrew's
Priory then nicely sanir "The Wood
Thrush." A violoncello and piano
duet by Mr. Wray Taylor and Rev.
V. H. Kilcat was encored and an-
other number givon. Aftor a hymn j
in Chlnose the Rev. Yoe Bew spoke
of Mr. Gowen's groat succoss among
tho uninoso in Honolulu. Thoy were
pleased to greet his wife this even
ing. Aftor a carol,, "Nowoll ," sang by
the pupils of St. Andrew's Priory,
Mr. Chang Chow presented Mrs.
Gowon with a vory handsomo
Chlnose table cloth, and a littlo tot
handed hor a bouquot. Then fol
lowed delicious icecream andcako.
Among thoso presont were tho
Bishop of Honolulu and Mrs. Willis,
Ror. V. H. Kitcat, Mrs. FJowolling
of Vancouvor, who came with Mrs.
Gowon, and tho Sisters and teachors
of St. Andrew's Priory. Tho school
room was fillod with tho morubors of
tho Chinoso congregation. Tho ro
coptlon was a decided auccoss and a
credit to thoso who got It up.
Installation of Officers of Honolulu
At a regular assembly of Honolulu
Commanilory, No. 1, Knights Tom
plar, holdon at their Asylum, King
street, January 18th, the following
offlcors woro installed by Sir Kt.
Honry H. Williams, Fast Eminent
Commanded for tho ensuing yoar:
Sir Kt. Thos. E. Wall, E. C.
" Henrr E. Coooor. G.
" Henry J. Nofte, V. E. C,
Sir Kt. AIox. Mackintosh. Pr.
" Gideon Wost, P.E.C., SAW
" Chas. Hammer, J. W.
" David Dayton. Tr.
Henry H. William, P.K.C..
Sir Kt. Jas. Dodd, St. B.
' John F. Bowler. Sw. B.
" Clarence W. Ashford, P. K.
Sir Kt. Bon.Avh'ituoy, Sent.
Monthly Temperaneo Concort.
A temperance concert will bo given
at tho Y. M. C. A. hall tomorrow
ovoning. Admission will be frmtand
tho following program will ho pro
Piccolo Soto . Mr. L lUrsottl
Song Mrs. Alexander Young
Heading Mr. Walter F. Frear
Ten Minute Address Hon. J. 11. Atherton
Violin Solo Miss Kate McOrew
Duel ., .
Mri. Alex. Young X Miss llertha )oung
Song Miss llertha Young
Many stubborn and aggravating
cases of rheumatism that woro be
lieved to be incurable and accepted
as lifo legacies, have yielded to
Chamberlain's Pain Balm, muoh to
thb surprise and gratification of the
sufferers. One application will re
lievo the pain and suffering and its
continued use iusuros an effectual
cure. For sale by all dealers. Bon
son, Smith & Co., agents for tho
A JAPANESE l'UCI DOU,
six months old. Re
turn to Hawaiian Hotel nnd
receive reward. 035-lt"
BY A RELIABLE WOMAN WILL
lug to hi'lp In the kitchen, sewing
and general housework. Apply to M.
Gomes, driver Hotel Stables. KU-lw
NOTICE is hereby given that thn under
signed has been duly ap)olnted ad
ministrator of tho lands of inv wife und
myself situated In Lthue, Kauai, und at
lunnaKeiB, jionouuu, vunu. aii iiayijienw
must he mado to the undesigned.
lti-Mw 1IKN1 R. NAM
To Close Out CoDsigaments !
I'or the Bene lit tit the INtnli-lit
Commencing on SATURDAY, Deiem
beritth, I will ell a New CuiiHlgumoiit of
Boys' Shirt Waists
The Celebrated "Star" Jtrand al
Sd, (XI per Half Dote n.
Boys' Baits from S3.50 ap.
Men's Baits from f 12.00 up.
Men's Extra Puts from J1.50 up,
Island Orders Promptly Attended to.
I. LEVINQITON. Maiifler.
" i s S
Notice to Consumers I
Thr ufw vork$ of the llauulinn
Kltclrie Co. beliiy noic completed,
iiofVv It hereby given that from
nnd after January I'lh the Com
pany it prepared to tupply incaii'
descent electric llnhtlmj to cm-
In a Jew day the Company telll
also be prepared to famish electric,
motors for potcer, and of which
due notice iclll be (liven .
The Company further announce
that they are prepared to receive
orders for interior wiring and can
fumlth fixturct and all fitting in
connection with new service.
Printed rules, regulations und
Company's rales can be had on
application to thr Supsrinttndent.
Win. G. IRWIN,
l'UE.-lllENT II. K. CO.
LIHE! LIME! LIE!
III uuantlties to null imrehiier at
LOWEST MARKET I'RK'K.
. . j3A.R.R,jUT-iS . .
Ta.8. 7. Lorara.xi,
ABl'KCIAL LIBRARY OF Sl'lKNVE
and fiction Is now opened to Studauts,
on TUESDAYS, THURSDAYS and SAT
URDAYS of each week, from to i v. m.,
on the Hccoud Door of tho Foster Bloek,
Nuuanu street, over I-oveJoy'n store. En
trance by the second door, on tho Lnno
opposite end of Merchant street leading
to tliu back part of tho Honolulu Foundry.
0sy Books lent out lo res poind bU par
lies in Honolulu, and when practicable, to
residents of the other Island. H'rJ Im
DISSOLUTION OF COPARTNER
MIK COI'ARTNKRSHll' BETWEEN
thn uivlerxlKned existing under the
tirm name of Lycurgus, Fcniaudes & Co.
has been dissolved liy mutual consent, Mr.
Lycurgus having sold his Interest In the
firm to Mr. Fernandez All debts due by
thn firm will bo paid at tho store of the
firm by Mr. Fernaudes und all debts duo
to the Arm will be collected by lilm. Geo.
Lycurgus respectfully requests his frlunds
to extend their patronage heretofore given
to him to his successor, who will continue
the liuslliesoi tlinnrmon nisownaocoiiiii.
Honolulu, Jan. 1'.', IKH, Ittl lm-1 tt
ALL ACCOUNTS DDE I'O THE FIRM
of Yuen Kce Chan of l.lhue, Knual,
have boen placed for collection with Mr.
Paul Neuiimuii, ottorney-at-law, :tl I Mer
chant street, Honolulu. N. Monwar f is
Mr. I'aul Neumann's olllce IsauthorUed
to receive and roceliit for their payment.
All persons Indebted to raid llrm urn n
ijnosted to settle their accounts ami t.ive
costs of litigation.
YI'EN i HO.Sil
Honolulu, Jan. l.'i, I8'.il. nil lm
ISLAND URAPES-S FOUNDS roll l.
For tale by It. L1SHMAN,
WJ-tf Telephone 317.
Roche Harbor Lime !
The Newest and the Latest
CAX ALWAYS BE FOUXD AT
JNT. S. SACHS'
BSO Fort Stret, Honolulu.
The "Mother's Friend" Patent Shirt Waist!
Thh h tho latoit improvement In Boys' Shirt Waist and n true frlenj to
luotbPMt no wore buttons to sew on, as theie cannot come oil". We havo
Ibpm in white and in fancy percales from OScenH upwardi
HOYS' CALICO WAISTS IN ALL SIZES AT ?.. I'KSIS.
I.atet Shapei Iu
Children's Cloth Caps, University and Pinafore
We have them in Cream, Cardinal, S'avv Blue and Seal Brown.
CHILDREN'S AND INFANT'S FANCY FLANNEL COATS at very low price-.
WATEP.ED SASH KtllBONS IN ALL COLOHS.
THE ADELINE BLACK STOCKINGS
They are pronounced the best by all who have given them a trial. We have
thrin (or ladles, gent, children and Infants, in plain, ribbed, drop Hitch
and open work. . . . Ladles' Adeline Black Stocking reduced to V) cents
Have you seen tho CHILDREN'S SCHOOL
Thev are just the thing
:m. s. levy
513 Robinson Block, Hotel Street.
A LAHQE ASSORTMENT OF
IN EVENING SHADEH
"Wool Dress Goodn,
Shawls, Etc., Etc.
Japanese Silk Crape
513 IsUism BUsk, 1st, itmt
National Cane Shredder
PATENTED UNDER THE LAWS OF THE HAWAIIAN IdLANIH.
THE UNDER8I0NED HAVE BEEN APPOINTED SOLE AUKNTS 1'OH
tlicao Hiiiikddkrh and are now prepared to receive orders.
Tliu great advantages to bo derived from the use of tho National Casi:
BliUBDDKrt are tliorotiglily established nnd acknowledged hy Pluntcri
The laro nuinhur of Planter using thorn in the United State, Cubit,
Argentine Republic, Peru, Australia nnd ebewlicre, hear wirings to tin
The tine of tho Shikuuku very largely augments the (inutility of cane
the mill can grind (25 to 50,v.), also the extraction of juice (5 to 12,).
It is a great safeguard, making known at onco tho presence of any
piecoi of iron, stakes from cars, or anything which would bo liable to duniuge
tlio mill, and allowing ample timo to remove samo before damaging the mill.
Tho BiuiBDDEit is very strongly made, and from tho manner of its opera
tion it cuts or tears these pieces of wood or Iron without often breaking the
Siireddek; and if anything breaks, it is simply somo of the knives or eutlerc,
which can be iuiekly and economically replaced. The Siihkodkk, us iu
name indicated, tears the cano Into shreds of varying lengths, perfectly open
ing it unu allowing tno mill to thoroughly press out the juices without re
quiring the immense extra power necessary to grind or crush the whole
cune. The HuitEDiik'it spreads tho shredded en no uniformly and evenly (
tho mill roll, nnd does away with the necessity of spreading the bugutM) l
hand between lint mills, where regrinding is iu use. No greater amount of
boiler capacity U required to operate the Biiiikudkk than that which wu
suQlcienl for the null, for the abovo reasons. Wo furnish full wm king
drawings for the installation of our SmtEUDKim, enabling any competent en
gineer tn ttiioccHRfully install nnd start them.
In ordering Hiihedpruh from ub, please send small ekcleh, tliowiue, thn
diamoter anil width of tho mill ro.'.j wltli which Siiksuukh is to be connected,
ulso the side (either right or loft hand as you faco the delivery side of tho
mill), upon winch thn mill ougino is located, also tho height from tloor lino
to center of front mill roll shuft, and distanco center this shaft to front end
of bed plain. These 8iiiikuderh aro now being used hy the Hilo Sugar Co.
and Hawi Mill, Kohala, whoro they aro giving great Satisfaction.
gst" Prices nnd further particulars may be had by upplying tn
On and after the 1st day of January,
I8l, the store known as "KA MAILE"
will be closed nut and le retired from
business as fast as possible.
I 'ash w ill lie exacted for all sales utter
that date. Prices will he reduced on
Patrons uru requested to settle their
ummuts as rapidly us possible.
MRS. 0. E. BOiRDMiN,
X to make, all kinds of Tetkbltone Rail
lugs, Hammered Iron Work, tc, etc,
Lstlmatrs ou application.
Union Street, at Sterling's Paint Shop?
Black Stockings at 'J.' cents per pair.
HATS that wo are 'elling for 20 tmU'.'
for Boys or (llrls.
I have been instructed by
Mr. J. M. ie Sa k Sii.va, pro
prietor of the Hawaiian Jap
asksk Bazaah, Hotel street,
to sell his stock of .JAP
S3f - b' assortment of
JAPANESE PAPER X AP-
! KINS will be sold less than
IRWIN & CO., L'd.,
H)U Agents fur the Jlauuilmt JiUiuJi.
School. Applv to "A. M.'
P. O. Box 43. ti:-i!v
ritWO NICELY FUR
X nlshed Rooms for
Gentlemen nt No, 4 Uarden
FURNISKED BOOMS TO LET.
TWO NICELY FUR
nlshed Rooms on Lt
lllia street, oposlto Kim
klni street, about live min
utes' walk from Nunauu street cars. Ap
plynUhls olllce. WJ-tl
KEAL ESTATE FOR SALE,
7 VALUABLE PIECES OF
I Improved ProiHirty, located
In dirterent Parts of the City of
Honolulu) all bargains. Apply
for full particulars to
BRUCE & A. J. OARTWRIUUT.