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OAHO RAILWAY AND LAND CO,
PUOM AND AFTER JUNE 1. ISftf.
To Kwa Mitt-
l.enve Honolulu .
Leave Pearl City
Arrive Ewa Mill..
Leave Ewa Mill 0:21 10:43
heave IVarl Cltv 0:65 U:1G
Arrive Honolulu ....7:30 11:53
A. Baturdays only.
U. Hundays excepted.
D. Saturdays excepted.
Eli gnHii UUlin.
SATURDAY, JAX. 20, 1891.
Voasola in Fort.
I) S S Philadelphia, Darker, (rum Cullao,
It S S Adams, Nelson, from u crutie
II 11 M 8 Champion. Rooke, Kjqulmault
HUMS Naulwa, Mori, (rom Japan
lluw bk Mauim Ala, tiinltli, from Ban
llnw bktii4 Kllkltat, Cutler, from l'ort
l!r hark Mllalta, Hurtand, front Liver
pool Am bk Ceylon, ''alhouu, from 8an Fran-
Am Kclir Alive Cooke, lVnhallow, from
lluw bk Andrew Wclrh, Drew, from San
Am bk Mnrgnret, PctcMoii, Ciunox, from
Am iclir Transit, Jorgcn-on, from Han
Am i'.Ut IlaiiKor, Ashe, from Newcastle N
Am bk Martlu l)uj, Houle, from New
Am schr Aloliu, Dibot, from Ban Francisco
I lie brie l.urlltic left Han Francisco for
llllo, Hawaii, on Jan. 10.
Tlio bark It. 1'. ltlthct was to have left
San Francisco on Jan. 1Kb, and the 8. U.
Australia to-day for Honolulu.
It ii stated that when the revenue marine
bark .Salmon I'. Chase, on the New lied
ford station, lit again placed In commission
she will bo commut'iled by Captain Calvin
1.. lloojxjr, n-ceiitly commander of tho
revenue cutter 1 nomas Corwln, which ar
rived a few day ago from Honolulu.
The Importations by tho 9. B. Mariposa
for thin iort wero: J1H) pk. apples, (13
ikg. 11. and 3., -I pku. confectionery, 10
pkgs. cigarettes, 10 pkg'- cigars, 70 pk-Ri.
codllsh, 0 pkgs. clocks, It pkgs. cartldues,
l3 pkgs. dry goods, 75 pkgs. (lriiBS, 17 pkgt.
electric material, 27 pkgs. furniture, 143
nkus.irrocerle. 131 tikes, hardware. 31 idces.
till. 4 Dkcs. leather, 22 pkus. orange., 13
pkgx. onions. 20 pkgs. potatoes,
tobacco and 10 pkg. wine.
ST. ANMICW H CATIinnitAI..
Septuagesimn Sunday. fc'U) a. m.,
Holy Communion; 11 a. m., morning
servlco and sormou; .1:30 p. in., Even
song (Hawaiian); 7:.H) p. m., oven
song and sermon.
Tho sorviees of tho Second Con
gregation of St. Andrew's Cathodral
to-morrow, will bo as follows: 0:15 a.
in., morning prayer with sormou;
Yonito, Ouseley in F.; To Deum,
Tours in F; BoneuMclus, Naros in A;
liymus, 83 and 175. 0:30 p. in., even
song with sermon; MagniUcat, Stain
or in O; Nuno Dimittis, Turner In
12; hymns 100, 211 and 23. Rev.
Alox. Mackintosh, pastor. All aro
At 0 and 7 o'clock a.m. Low Masses
as usual. At 0 o'clock Children's
Mass with English instruction. At
10:30 High Mass with native aud
Portuguese instruction. 2 p. in.,
Rosary and Catechism. 4 p. in., iu
winter season (November to Febru
ary), 4:30 p. rn., in suminor season
(Fobruary to Novombor), Benedic
tion of tho M. B. Sacramont. Week
ly Services 0 and 7 n. m., Low
CENTRAL UNION CHURCH.
Sunday School at 0:45 a.m. Public
Worship at 11 a. in. and 7:30 p. m.
The Young People's Sooioty of
Christian Endeavor will moot at 0:30
d. m. All aro cordially invited to
these sorvices. Dr.IIydo will be tho
preacher to-morrow. E
joct, "Rome, Pagan and
T. M. C. A. 1IAI.L.
Sunday, 11 a. m., sorvicos iu Oahu
Jail; 1:1b p. m., sorvieos in Barracks;
3:30 p. m., Bible Study in Y. M. C. A.
0:30 p. in., Gosplo Praise Service iu
Y. M. C. A. Tuesday, 7:30 p. ni.,
proyor mooting at Y.M. O. A. Sor
vicos in Hot hoi stroot hall at 7:30.
Tho Reorganized Church of Jesus
Christ of Latter Day Saints, Mili
luni Hall, rear of Opera House. Ser
vices will bo held Sunday as follows:
10 a. in., Bible class; 11:15 n. m. aud
7:30 p. in., preaching, by Elder J.
SEVENTH DAY ADVENTISTS.
Seventh Day Advent 1st Church,
corner Punchbowl and Horotunia
Htroets, iu O. West's cottage. Sab
bath school, 1:30; .social meeting af
ter Sabbath school. Bible reading
every Sunday evening. Everyone
A Follower of tho drip.
The DorfiisttMil cough which usual
ly follows an attack of the grip can
bo permanently cured by taking
Chnmborlain's Cough Remedy. W.
A. Meliuiro of McKay, Ohio, says:
"Lu Orippe loft uio with n sovero
cough. After using several dlHurent
medicines without relief, I tried
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy .'which
elTm-icd a poiinamint cure. 1 have
also found it to be without an equal
for children, when troubled with
colds or croup. 25 aud 50 cotit hot
ties for salo by (ill dealers, Benson,
Smith ic Co., agentH for the Hnwnl
AND GENERAL NEWS.
P. C. Jonos Is back from tlio Coast.
Rudolph Spreckols is again ou a
visit to Honolulu.
Tho P. G. band will piny at Emma
Square this aftoruoon.
By tho Hall tnoro now subscribers
to tho Bou-ETiN wero ourolled.
Purser Thomai Smith has tho
thanks of tho Bulletin for mows fa
vors. Oeo. Fox, tho horso cllppor, diod
last night and was burled this after
noon. There will be a temporanco enter
tainment at tho Y. M. C. A. this
Fourteen packages of cartridges
appoared on tho S. S. Mariposa's
Mr. Ripley will load tho Y. M. C.
A. meeting to-morrow evening at
W. C. Sutton, a Seattle lumber
merchant, is a through passenger on
A mortKORo foreclosure Bale by
J. F. Morgan, auctioneer, is adver
Tho U. S. revenue cttttor arrivod
in San Francisco on Jan. 5th. ton
days from Honolulu.
Wahluomaikai, tho Kamohamoha
school basoball player and vocalist,
returnod ou tho Mariposa.
If you would bo wealthy and
healthy and wiso, just road what
tho Hawaiian Hardware Company
Prof. A. Koobolo camo over on tho
S. S. Mariposa to-day to invostigato
insect blights and plant diseases
Captain Julian A. Palmor, corres
pondent for a Boston paper, was a
passongor on tho S. S. Mariposa to
day from tho Coast.
Thoro woro thirty-sovoti steerage
passengers by tho S. S. Mariposa
from tho Coast to-day, 25 men and
12 women and children.
Miss Marv H. Kront. correspon
dent of tho Chicago Iutor-Ocoan, ar
rived on tho S. S. Mariposa to-day
ou a socond visit to tho islands.
A morchanl in town sent a note
to tho Marshal this morning asking
for a pormit to tako a rifle and am
munition out of tho Custom House.
Eugeno Atwator has givon up tho
schooner Robert Lowers, ou which
ho was first mate, and taken a simi
lar position on tlio bark Albert at
Antono Cloys was arrested yester
day for vagrancy and his vase set for
Jan. 23. Thin is tho worthy who
ot tho Advortisor aud himself into
bol suits a whilo ago.
Dr. Trousseau has rocolved a cable
despatch announcing tho sad intolli
genco of tho doath of his only slslor,
Mndamo Morisseau. Tho obituary
notico appears elsewhere.
Fivo of the nino Chinese arrested
for vagrancy woro sontenccd to im
prisonment at hard labor for two
months, bouteiico was suspoiiueu
in tho case of one, and tho others
Captain H. O. Cochrane, U. S. M.
C, arrivod on tho S. S. Mariposa to
day, to report on tho ilaaship Phila
delphia to command tho Guard of
Marines. Ho is accompaniod by his
wifo aud daughtor.
Chostor A. Doylo sug his favorite
ditty, "Thoro aro momouts when ono
ought to bo alouo," into tho phono
graph yesterday. Ho is accompani
ed on tho banjo by U. J. Oruwny,
and ou tho guitar by Honnossy.
Four lino apoclmons of pineapples
grown at Pearl City are on exhibi
tion in tho Pacific Hardware Co.'s
store. Thoy are in bottlos which
contaiu acid wator and sugar and
will bo sont to tho Midwlutor Fair.
E. Walt nor, latoly tho cutter at S.
Roth's tailor shop, aud Miss Norah
Egan, sister of J. J. Egan of this
city, woro, married at tho homo of tho
brido iu Michigan ou Jan. 1. Thoy
woro both very popular in Honolulu
social circles. Congratulations.
A monkey that had escaped In
somo way from his owner gamboled
among tho trees ou Hotel street,
near the Hawaiian Hotol, yostorday.
A number of youngsters climbed tho
difforeut troos in chaso but failod to
catch the nctivo animal.
Tho latest news in theatrical cir
cles in San Francisco is that William
Emerson, tho minstrel par excel
lonco, has leased tho Standard Thoa
tor, Bush street, for six months from
February 10 proximo. Ho has left
for tuo Last to ougago talont.
Ah York pleaded guilty to having
opium In possession this morning iu
tho District Court and was sentenced
to pay a lino of $200. He had pre
viously boon charged with smug
gling opium, but the case was no!,
pros'd aud opium in possession sub
stituted. John F. Bowler is laying ono of
his first-class cement sidewalks at
E. HolTschlaegor & Co.'s store, King
street. That ono ho laid in front of
Chief Justice Judd and Dr. Stan
genwald'a properties ou Merchant
street is a great comfort to frequent
ers of that thoroughfare.
The Very Rev. Mother M. Angola,
Superior General of tho Sisters of
I lie Sncretl Heart, tiled m rnris
oil Decomber 25th. A solemn re
quiem mass will be celobratod nt
tho Catholic Cathodral on Monday
morning at 7 o'clock. The friends
of the Sisters are cordially invited
An Italian who was recently dis
charged from tho Insane Asylum
entered tho promises of a follow
countryman residing near Kaumaka
pill Church this morning and threat
eued to break his head. He later
called at the Police Station aud
asked for his clothes, but they wont
LATE FOREIGN NEWS.
San Francisco, Jan. 18.
Ily 9. 8. Mariposa.
Tho Court of Appeals at Louis
vlllo having granted a writ of error
in tho lottery caso, tho lotteries will
resume businoss ponding furlhor ac
tion. Patrick Eugeno John Prondor
gast, who killed Mayor Carter Harri
son of Chicago, was on Dec. 29 found
uilty or murdor by tuo jury, wuo
xed tho penalty at doath.
A comuittuistic villago nas ueon
started in Michigan under legisla
tive charter. It was founded by tho
liborality of C. W. Glbsou, a man of
Leading Portuguoso of San Fran
cisco and Oakland have formed a
society for social purposes, with Dr.
T. Costa Duartz, Consul, as presi
dent. Tho Union Building and Loan As
sociation of Sacramonto has fore
closed a mortgage for $18,000 on tho
Castlo of tho Knights of Pythias.
At tho oponing of tho Now Year
an industrial boom struck Pittsburg.
By tho resumption of mills on tho
south sldn alone, employment was
givon to 3000 mom All tho Carnegio
mills have resumed.
Joo Cook, tho ombozzllng polico
court clerk of Sau Francisco, has
boon sontenccd to eight years in tho
It is claimed Hint Chicago began
tho now year with a population of
Now York baukors aro said to havo
combinod against furnishing any
more gold for export.
Carter II. Harrison of Chicago has
servod a writ of replovln ou Ernst
Fuchs, a sculptor, for a doath mask
of Harrison's father, tho murdorod
mayor. Thoro was an ugly scramble
for the properly between tho con
stable and tho sculptor, tho formor
only getting away with tho mask
with tlio assistance of n policoman
called from tho street.
Roscoo Portor, a colored boy who
murdered an old couple for whom
ho worked, was taken from jail at
West Union. Ohio, by a mob of -100
men, including many prominent
citl'ens, who hanged him and rid
dlod his body with bullets.
l-.vans tlio bandit lins not been re
Capt. Win. A. Andrews, who cross
ed the Atlantic diirerent times in
small boats, is in Sau Francisco and
talks of sailing thonco for Yokohama
In a new M-foot boat.
Tho now cruiser Marblohcad has
been turned over to the Government.
About 3000 workinguiou mot iu
Conpor Union, Now York, to protost
against tho ilsou bill.
Representative Magulro of Cali
fornia has mado a strong speech for
President Clovelaud travo a recou-
tion to tho Diplomatic Corps on tho
11 th. Secretary Hastings, as head
of the Hawaiian Legation, was in
vited. A tenement house iu Now York
was shattered aud set ou fire by two
An Indianapolis broker found a
bomb iu his overcoat pocket.
Professor R. C. Hartshorn is lock
ed up at Newcastle, Pa., for trying
to kill two Robinson sistors by satu
rating their bed with chloroform.
Dr. Campbell, a loading physician,
is implicated iu tho atrootous work.
Tho House Ways aud Moans Com
mittee has agreed on a tax of $1 a
gallon ou whisky and tho oxtouslou
of tho bonding period from three to
Tho Senate Commerce Committoo
has agreod to report unfavorably
the nomination of Scott Harrison,
brother of tho ex-Presidont, to bo
Surveyor of Customs at KausasCity.
Sch'aofor defeated Slossou Jan. 11,
in tho balkliuo billiard tnurnamont
at Chicago, GOO to 530.
Secretary Uorbort has ordorod all
vessels at Maro Island to be repair
ed without delay.
A shaft for gold is being sunk In a
street of Folsom, Cal., whore a rich
vein is supposod to bo located.
Admiral Donald McNeill Fairfax,
U.S.N., retired, is dead iu tho 72ud
yoar of his age.
Tlio iJemocrais in congress nave
adopted free sugar in their tariu
Father Corrigau of Hobokou, who
helped to keop Catholic circles in a
turmoil for the past few years, Is
Mrs. John L. Sullivan knocked the
big bruiser out with au Indian club
whou ho tried to give hor a boating.
Ho did uot coino to his senses for nn
The authorities at San Francisco
have broken into a laugo opium
smuggling ring. Threo olllcials
havo boou arrestod and 20 more are
undor surveillance Prominent mer
chants are implicated.
W. I'. Gladstone) rocoivod many
congratulations on his 81th birth
day, Duo. 211. Ho apont tho forouoon
working hard iu his study.
Count William Bismarck, sou of
tho Prinuo, has boon throatouod to
havo his houso blown up.
During a heavy fog at Amstor
dam, 70 porsons foil into tho wator,
of whom 20 woro drowned and
othors roportod miHsiug.
A l'nris correspondont dosuribos
tho outonto bolwoon Hussia and
Franco a tho ono groat ovout in
liuropo tho past yoar.
Tho acquittal of tho Fronoh work
iiion aud othors engaged In tho
Aigiios-Mortos riots has caused nn
uufrieudly fooling iu Italy.
A pastornl letter of tho Hungarian
Uishop counsels tho elorgy to do
feud tho position of the church aud
oppose the civil lawn relating to
mixed aud civil mnrriages, etc.
Whio is being ollered in the south
of Franco at penny a minrt and
i will not bring ovon that price, the
umrltol being glutted.
It U said the British Cioverumeut
must comprouiiso with the Tories to
pass tho Parish Council' bill-
Franco and Spain havo conoluded
a commercial agreement.
Chollomel Lacour has been re
elected President of tho French
There is a fresh Cabinet crisis iu
The Russian delegates havo agreed
to tho proposed Russo-Gorman com
mercial treaty, its torm to bo ton
Foreign Embassadors iu Romo do
not anticipato anything serious
from the octroi riots in Sicily.
Vaillant, tho Paris bomb-thrower,
Is doomed to the guillotine.
Kossuth, tho Hungarian patriot, is
alive aud well.
Sicily is nuiot again.
Tho Belgian Cabinet threatens to
resign unless tho Right party mako
Tho widow of William Makopeaco
Thackeray diod ol apoplexy Jan. n
in an asylum in Lancashire, whore
she had boon confined forty yoar..
A woman iu Pondelaud, Africa,
found guilty of witchcraft was pun
ished by being smoared with grease
and bound on anthill, whoro alio was
eaten by tho ants.
Arabs defoatod Euronoans at Ra
sonzo, and runaway slares are re
turning to their masters.
Rebels seized the Gorman Govern
ment Houso at Camoroons, West
Africa. Three defenders woro kill
ed. Tho mutinoors hold the build
ing six days, when tho German gun
boat Hyaono arrived. Sailors and
marines wero landed aud recaptured
the building, six whito mon boing
wounded in tho fight. Fivo mutin
oors wore killod aud four who wore
captured woro hanged.
Scenes of tho utmost disordor in
tho Yokohama Parliament, over tho
question ol the presidency, woro
ondod by tho Governments first
proroguing and thou dissolving Par
liament. An ou'itlug election is an
ticipated. Nothing decisive has yot occurred
in Brazil. A Gorman warship com
pelled tho Government to saluto tho
Gorman flag to atono for shots hit
ting Gorman vessels. Tho same
reparation was exacted by a French
warship from tho rebel Admiral
A dospatch from Capo Town con
firms tuo previous reports of tho
massacre of Captain Wilson's party.
Tho English force succumbed after
a most dosperato struggle Thoy
resisted to tho last, aud many Mala
boles woro killod, but thoir numbors
woro so groat that resistance on tho
part of tlio small but valorous Bri
tish force was of no avail.
Hon, Wm. S. Warner
Cordially Endorsos Hood's
The Dft Vtood PurlftT.
lion. rrmiiiii .V. Warner
Pond dii Uc. Wli.
Tho following U from fx-Congi.-jiman
Warner, a gentleman highly esteemed by
all who know him;
"I can truly say that I couilJcr Hood's Sana
par Ilia Uio best mtdlcloa for puillylns tlio blood.
It did me sood when physician and other modi
clnes failed. It has Increaieit my appstlto and
iremtd to renew my youth. Tills Is abtoluUly
true." W.8.WAKMEB, Fond Du Lac. Wis.
Hood's Pills cure ConitlpaUon bjr reitor.
Iob the perls talUo action of the alimentary canal
HOnitON. NEWMAN & CO.,
Agents for Hawaiian Islands.
A JAPANESE I'UU UOti,
six months old. Hi--turn
to Hawaiian Hotel and
rectdve reward. U'15 It
BV A ItELIAMLE WOMAN WILU
liiK to help In the kitchen, kcwIih;
and gvnurul housuwork. Apply to M.
Gomes, driver Hotel Htables. W.Vhv
NOTICE N lurrl.y given tbat tho unikr
lgned hu-i hern duly upiioliiliil ud
uilnlstmtor of tliu lands tit my wife and
mynelf situated III l.lliui', Kuusl, and ut
Katnakela, Honolulu, Oahu. All payments
must bu made to tliu undersigned.
IttMfw UKNl II. NAMAKAOKKAH1.
Circuit Court, First Circuit of the Ha
waiian Islands Iu Probato.
IN Till: MATTER ill THE KHTATE
ol ONO I V KO, l.tlt' of Honolulu, Oabu,
A Document, purirtlliK to bit tlm lt
Will and Testuiuoul of Ono luko, decoa-ed,
ImvlnB on the 1'Jtli lay of Junuary, A. D.
lh!l, been proximit-d to suld l'robiite Court,
and a petition for tlm 1'robau thereof, and
for tint Issoaneu of Letter' Testamenlary
to Ktalnba luko IiiivIiik been tiled by her.
It Is herithy ordered, tlmt MONDAY, tin
10th day of Kebiiuiry, A. D. lMM, ut IU
o'olock a. si., of hiild day, ut the l.'nurt
Room of culd t'ourt, ut the t'ourt Jloute
lIulldliiK In Honolulu, be, and lliu-iune
In, herebv appointed the timo for proving
Hnid Will and heurliiK Id uppliuatlou.
when unit where any ncrMiii inlereled
may appejr uud cinccst (he kuld Will, mid
Ibn Kruiitlui; of l.nttiTN'iVtuiiiotittiry.
Dated Honolulu. II I., Jim. 1'-'. IH.
VM lit wim t.'lvrk.
AU kind fj i'uminciciid J'rlntlng
promptly fxecuUd at Iw ratrs at the
Notice to Consumers I
77if nrw worki of th Jlutntlian
Kltctrte Co, biiit noiv ctnitpletrit,
notice i hrtby given that rum
itml after January 1ith thf Com
Miny It prepared to lupply fico
fwrif elrctrl lighting to
In a f'ic day the Company icllt
alio be prepared lournhh elect rl
nwtort foe power, ami of which
due notice will be glten.
The Company farther announce,
that they are prepared to receive
order for interior wiring and can
furnhh fixtures and all fittings la
vouncctlon with new service.
Printed rules, regulations and
Company's rates can be had on
application lu the Suprintndent.
Wm. G. IRWIN,
l'liKdinr.NT ii. k. (.
LIME ! LIME ! LIME !
In iiuantitlen to suit tiurehaxen at tbe
LOWEST MARrCKT l'ICIOE.
. . j3A.R.R,EIILjS . .
Rocho Harbor Lime !
Jas. IT. Morgan,
VSl lit AUCTIONEER.
A SPECIAL L1URARY 01' hCIEME
aud llutlon Wnuivoiicncdlobliulciiti,
onTUKHDAYU, TIIURKDAYH and KAT.
URDAYU of each weel:. from i! to 1 c. m.,
on tbe necond lloor of the 1'oster lllook,
Nuuanu street, over l.oveJoy'i store. En
trance by tbe uevond door, on tbe l.un
opponltu end of Merchant treet IcudlliK
to tliu back part of tliu Honolulu Foundry.
IV Hooks lent out to responsible par
ties In Honolulu, aud when piactlcablu, to
reildents of the other Inland.. IM.'-lm'
rpHK ('(IPARTNKRKIIIP IIETWEEN
X tho unlerslKiied oslatliiK under tbe
Urm name of l.yuurj;ut, l'ernamles A t'o.
lias been dissolved by mutual consent, Mr.
Lycurgiis havliiB hold his Interest In the
llrm to Mr. Pernande.. All dehttiliie by
the firm will be paid at tlio Htore of the
Urm bv Mr. Kernandes and ull debts due
to tho ilrm v.111 be collected by him. Qeo.
LycurUM respectfully rcuncsts his friend
to uxtend their palroiuiKe heretofore rIvimi
to him to his Hucceisur, who will fontiiiur
the Lnflnc.-"Of tliellrmon hlsownudoimul.
Honolulu, .Ian. U 1KH. tl Hu-I M
ALL AtVOUNTS DUE T THE KlltM
of Yuen Ken Chun of l.lbue, Kiiii.il,
hitve been plueed for collection with Mr.
Paul Neumann, altorneyaMau, nil Mer
chant xtreet, llonolubi. N. Mniiu.ir iu
Mr. Paul Netimunu'H nttlco Nautburlod
to receive ami rccelnt fur their puymriit.
All iieronn Indebted to said llrm uio re.
ipiuxted to cuttle their invniiiiiMiiud mve
Hiinolulu.Jau. i:, 1S:M. U'll lm
JL For sale by
-s PODNDH l'Oltl.
The Newest and the Latest
CAN ALWAYS BE FOUND AT
3ST. S. SACHS'
sao vort Street, Honolulu.
Tk "Motto's Friend" Patent Shirt Waist I
This li the latest Improvement In Boys' Sblrt Waists and a true frlen.l to
uiotlicM! no more buttons to sew on, as these cannot come otl. We liav
llicin lu white and lu fancy bervales from 03 cents ujiwanls
HOYS' CALICO WAISTS IN ALL 8I7.KS AT 25 CKNIS.
latest Sbajcs In
Children's Cloth Caps, University and Pinafore
We have tbem In Cream, Cardinal, N'avv Ulue and Seal Brown.
CHII.DKKN'S AND INFANT'S FANCY FLANNEL COAT6 at vcr low price.
WATERED SA91I 1UUBONS IN ALL COLOUR.
THE ADELINE BLACK STOCKINGS
They are pronounced the host by all
them for ladles, gents, children and
anu open woric.
r pair. . .
Have ou seen tho CHIt.DIlEX'8 BCHOOL
Ther are Just the thing
M. S. LEVY
513 Robinson Block, Hotel Street.
A I.AHOB A8S0UTMENT OK
Japanese Silk Crape
IN KVENINU SHADES
Wool Dress Goods.
Shawls. Etc., Etc.
:mi. s. XiE"V"5t,
513 KobltiOB Block, MoUl Itntt.
National Cane Shredder
PATENTED UNDER THE LAWS OK THE HAWAIIAN ISLAND
THE UNDERSIGNED HAVE BEEN APPOINTED HOLE AGENTS FOU
theso .SllitKniiKKH mid aro now prepared to receive orders.
The great ndvaiituc.es to bo derived from the use of the National Cank
Siiiikdiikk arc thoroughly established and acknowledged by Planters
The lurno nuiubor of Planters itiiui; them in tbe United .States, Culm,
Argentine Republic, Peru, Australia and elsewhere, bear witius to the
Tlio tiso of the Kiiiikudku very largely uugiuouls tbe ipuntity of cane
tbe mill can grind (2.r to 50), also the extraction of juice (A to 12;.,).
It is a great safeguard, making known at once the presence of any
pieces of iron, stukes from care, or any thing which would bu liable to d.imtigc
tbe mill, and allowing ample timo to remove same before damaging Die mill.
Tho HilliEDUKit it very strongly made, uud from tho manner of its opera
tion it cuts or tears these pieces of wood or iron without often breaking the
SiiitKiiUEit ; and if anything breaks, it is simply some of tho knives or cutlcre,
which can bo quickly and economically replaced. The Siikkuduu, as its
name indicates, tears the cane into shreds of varying lengths, perfectly open
ing it nnd allowing the mill to thoroughly press out tbe juices without ic
quiring the immense extra power necessary to grind or cruch the whole
cane. The Hiiiikddku spreads tho shredded cane uniformly aud evenly to
the mill rolls, and docs away with the necessity of spreading the h.igiorc by
hand between the mills, where regrinding Is in use. No greater amount of
boiler capacity in required to operate the Shiikooku than lb.it which wnt
sulllcleut for the mill, for the above reasons. We fumbli full working
drawings for tbe installation of our Siiukudkiis, enabling any competent en
gineer to successfully install uud start them.
In oidermg Khiikdouuh from us, please send small sketch, i-liuwiny the
diameter and width of the mill ro.!) with which Siuikdhi'.u is to be cniiuccteil,
also the side (either right or left hand as you face tliu delivery cide .f the
mill), upon which tho mill engine is located, also the height from Hum line
to center of front mill roll shaft, and distance center thix shaft to front cud
of bed plate. Those SiutEDDKitH aro now being used by tbe Hilo Sugar t'n.
and Hawi Mill, Kohulu, whoro they are giving great satUfactiou.
gJsT" Prices and further purticuluis may be bud by applying t
Ou and after the 1st il.i) of January,
ln9l,lhfstoru known us "KA MAILE"
will bu closed out and be retired from
hifdncs uh fust us KmIblc.
I'ueh will be exacted for ull sales utter
that date. Prices will be reduced on
Pulroiii tire reipivsted to settle thulr
accounts as rapidly us postiblc.
MRS. 0. E. B0ARDM&N,
rpilK UNDERKIONED IB PREPARED
X to make nil kinds of Tombstone Rail
liips, Hammered Iron Work, etc,, etc.
Eitliuates on npidlcatluii.
I'nlon Hlreei, at BterlltiK's Paint Hhop.
blaln. rlbbu.l. droti ltlt' b
lllsek Htorlrlnv rpilnrp.l In .Vlii'i.
Black Stockings at - cents ir pair.
MATS that we are elllni; for '10 cents?
for Boys or Girls.
1 have been instructed by
Mi.. J. M. de Sa i: Si i.va , pro
prietor of the Hawaiian Jap-
! an'esk Ba.aai:, Hotel street,
, to sell his stock of JAP
1 iS A. IJ' assortment of
' JAPANESE PAPER NAP
KINS Will 1C 801(1 I.KSS THAN
IEWIN & CO., LU,
Ale Agents for the lliiutiiinn ItUnult.
(lOTTAUEATPALAMA, l, -
J opposite Reformutory M"s" . S
, bchool. Apply to "A. M.' flniBSL.
, p.o. iiox a (s-'iw KIBSe:
.'IMVU NICELY PUR -v, - .
L nlshed Rooms for stsSkr .
Ueutlemen nt No. 4 Ourden ST3
Imuc. tMJ-.'-tf WllJUl
FUBNISHED ROOMS TO LET.
X nlshed Rooms
llliu ktrcet, opHitv Kua
klnl street, ubout live min
utes' wulk from Nunaim street
ply nt this oillce.
ho have given them a trial
103 -t I
REAL ESTATE FOR SALE
r YALL'ARI.E PIEt'EH Ol
I Imiiroved Property, located
In dill-rent Parts of (lie Illy of
Honolulu; ull liuntalus. Apply
for full nurltculars to
IlilUUE .V A. J. OARTWRIOHT.