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OAHU RAILWAY AND LAND GO,
KHOM AND AKTKKJttNK I. 1893.
To Kwa Ml i.i
Leave Honolulu ... ,8:4f 1:45
Leave PturlOlty ....l:S0 12:30
Arrive Ewa Mill (1:67 2:57
0. II. U.
A. M AtM. fM
Trove Kwa Mill Hs'ai 10:43 3:43
Leave Pearl City... .0:65 11:15 1: 15
Arilve Honolulu.... 7:3U 11:5.5 4:fV
A. Saturdays only.
I". Sundays excepted.
I). Saturdays excepted.
WEDNESDAY, JAN. 21, 18W.
Wkiinkmmy, Jnii. 'J I.
Am liktne Mury Wlnkclitian, Nlfii, M
day from Newcastle N 8 W
Mmr Klnau from Huwall.nnd Mnul
Wkdsksiiay, Jim. 21.
Am lik Ceylon, Calhoun, for Sun Kran-
Gargoam from Island Fort.
ir- KJunu HitA ha
K sugar, l.il sheep,
hide, I'll) ba,c IhjIb-
L'4 leua. m lxl Is
tors, M ban corn, H
li5 jikgK sundries.
bid tallow ninl
From Maul anil Hawaii tier atmr Klnau.
Jan 'il Peter le ami '.'daughters, J K
Miller and wife, M McVoy, Jr. J Lyeurgu.
AOiey.MaalerW ltvrrofl. Kokl, A llaat,
K Hlraoka. J It Kiiunllu.T S Kay. Mr (3
K I'tieliia. Mrs K I' l)v and -.' children,
Mri O I. Wight ami child. Mm " (l Al.n
atider and daughter, uml 65 deck.
For Kaunl, per stnir Walalcalc, Jati 1 -Dr
Kor Maul, tier tnir Claudlne. Jan 10
X Koao, Mr4 J K lou ami child, llru
Charlei, A Korsyth, M Chilton, A Enoa,
C Hbrciu, .Ml.-, K M Hru.li, W Mahelua,
W Kalua, 8 Kahia, A W Heydtman, wile
and child, Joe I'a, (1 F Wilder, W Hi-rlo-wit
and ) deck.
A portion of Allen A- Ibililu-nn's wharf
1 being repaired.
Tim atcamer Klnau only brought 1115
bags augur till trlji. Hhe reiort rough
weather along the llumaku-i con at.
Thu trading schooner Tt-laiikiim, Mulan
der master, allur n cclvlug uinll yesterday
left for the Caroline Inland on n trnillng
The. following shipment were made for
can rrancbco, tier hark ( iiuu, Jan .': r-
A tichncfiir it Co.'Jr.'elmiMiiUimr: C lln-nrr
Co, man bags ugar; 'lln-o II Davie ,1
Co, seue buga nugsr. Total, 15.1 in Inius
(l,iW,aiil Iba) ugnrj donif'tlc value, flu,
4s7.i. Thu American bnrkentlne Mary Wlnkcl
man, Klaren innntcr, wu lowed Into jxirt
Ihla ufti'rniiiin, 55 dayx fnim .Ninvcuttc. N.
H. V., with SKI tiuiMif coal fur Wlhli-rA
t.'o. Cantalu NN-oii ruxirti having had
fine weather, ami would have nmdi
tliH imKaj!e Iu II day but for u Hidden
uuliii. TIiIh wu uxKrli-mt-il oil' thu
French Frlgatti IS lion I . An Kuglii-li collier
hud left NuwcUNtlu, night dH uhrud of
him, and betwvun vlght uml ton vciml
wro extHH'ied to arrlvo at Nnwctlti to
loud coal fur Honolulu. The harkcutlne
Hilo arrived at Sydney from tho bound
with lunilHr at the Wlnkelmau left.
Arrived Juu 'i. itiiir Kluuii from Hilo;
0. tinr Klnau from Honolulu; I'.', Htmr
Kluuu from Hilo; i:i, ftiur Lehtm from
Hauiakiiu; 17. slinr Klnau from Honolulu;
'l. utiur Hawaii from Honolulu: i, atnir
Klnau from Hilo.
Hailed Jan. '.', Htmr Klnau for Honolulu,
tt. Ntmr Klnau for Hilo; II, Am nchr J (1
North, Carlaeu. for Hah Francisco, with
i'fi55 baga augar by J T Wuterhouae, 3UU
bagh by T If Davlea .t Co, and 1107 bag by
HawaUrtii Kallroad Co, a total of IUJI54
baga. weighing 11'.'I5,'."J'J iioumN, valued at
U,1H3; 12, atmr Klnau for Honolulu: 13,
atiur Lehua for Honolulu; 17, atmr Klnau
for Hilo: '.'I, ntmr Hawaii for Hnmakua;
3, atmr Klnau for Honolulu.
That Show How "American League"
and "Annexation" Wind Blows.
it is duo our supporters and our
selves to disregard tho interests of
tho plauturs, whom "wo did not con
sult when wo wont into this move
ment.". F. Morinm in I'mvhinnnl
"Has tho Provisional Government
submitted to tho decision of uny hody
its right to exist' Not 0110 word or
ono act can bo produced iu support
of that eon tent ion. Wu depend up
ou our miijlit, alid aro answerable to
(io nlhi-r power." F. M. Hatch, V, I',
of ia,uiidohhr r. a.
"There is now uo constitutional
bar to statutory power." -KdiUtt 0
Hilo, Jan. 22, lH'.ll.
Chinese Domino Players.
Tho District Courtroom was fairly
crowded with Chinese this morning,
fifty-nine of whom woro to answer
to a charge of violating V. G. law,
by playing dominoes. About twelve
of them pleaded guilty and six were
fiued $10 each, a fine of .." each ho
n.'K imposed on the other si. Forty
seven pleaded not guilty to the
charge and were releasod. Tho pro
mention was satisfied with twelve
Firo at Wuialun,
A Chinese dry goods and general
merchandise store at Walalua, 011
this island, was completely destroy
ml by fire at li.'kl o'clock this morn
ing. Ah Liu, the owner of the store,
was iu town, and only his brother
was In the place when tho fire oc
mirred. It is suspected that it is
tho work of an iuceiidiary, and an
itnustigation is being made.
LOCAL AND GENERAL NKWB,
The Volcano road is
a lino condition..
paid to hi- in
Diamond Head, 3 p. m. Weather
cloudy, wind light southeast.
Peter Leo and two daughters ar
rived iu town on this stuamor Kiuati
this niorniug from Hilo.
The arrosts recorded by tho'polieo
last night wore, one for drunkenness
and ouo for opium smoking.
T. S. Kay, mauagor of Dr. Wight's
plantation in Kobala, Hawaii, arriv
ed in town on tho Kinau to-day.
Tho Missionary steam packet
Morning Star is expected here about
March lOtli from tho South Soas.
Box plait for tho appearance of
the Misses Albu opens at ) o'clock
to-morrow at L. J. Levey's ollieo.
Tho steamer Lolnia took twenty- l
sovon lopors from tho Kalilii Heceiv-
ing Station to tho Leper Settlement
L. J. Lovoy will hold a sale of
furniture at 10 o'clock to-morrow.
Tho articles aro of a good class and
bargains aro certain.
The two damaged surf boats be-1
longing to tho steamers Lehua and
Kilauea woro sold on tho city front
to-day by J. F.Morgau at. ?10 apiece, i
, r '
iiiuiui tun ujr iiiu j . vj. unuu .ib i
tho Hote yestorday evening was
postponed until this ovoning, on nc- j
count of tho illnoss or Mr, ins- j
low, a guest at tho Hotel.
The mortgagco's sale of parcels of
land iu Honolulu which was to have
taken place to-day at J. F. Morgan's
auction room did not take place, the
money having been paid up.
Autouo Cloys, arrested recently
for being without visible means of
support, proved beyond doubt in
tho District Court yesterday that he '
hail motley, and was discharged.
It is said the agency of the Haw
aiian Commercial A; Sugar Co. is to
bo changed from W. G. Irwin Co.
toH.HaokfcId A; Co. Thu Sprcck
elsvillo plantation on Maui is owned
by tho Hawaiian C. A: S. Co.
Tho Bulletin acknowledges a '
pleasant call from Mr. Win. Preston
Harrison, sou of the late Mayor of '
Chicago, who is hero for rest, but
takes tho opportunity, being a jotirii-
alist, of putting iu some work for a
Two ladies went Io the Hotel ye
terday evening to hear thu P. G.
band, aud on learning that the con- ,
curl had been postponed one was so '
disappointed that she was heard to
remark, "From this out I'll be u
royalist." Both wore German Indies, j
Thomas N'ott has filed a civil suit 1
against Arthur MuDowall, W. F.
Wilson and A. Cockburn, for live
days' wages at ?. n day, amounting,
according to tho document, toStl'i.
Xott was engaged by Me Do wall in
his unsuccessful attempt to final the
.1. F. Bowler is huiUtinu a concrete
sidewalk iu front and on the side of
tho Opera House. This will be fol
lowed by the construction of con
crete steps leading into the front
entrance. The sidewalk will be
ready fir Saturday night's perform
ance. FOR SELLINO OPIUM,
A MoiiroI Is Fined $800 With Six
Shuu Tin, an enterprising opium
dealer, has at last come to grief. He
was arrested ou Jan. IrUh iu the
iitiimr nlfirv iif n Iiiiiimii mi HorotfiuirL
alrnol hr (TniXnin Amlrmw ulfl. II,..
.....-.,, .......... w.... ...... ...w
assistance of a Chinese informer for
selling opium. The informer had
previous knowledge of Sheu Tin's
little money-making scheme and do
cidod to take Cajitain Andrews into
his confidence. Captain Andrews
furnished the informer with
cents with which to purchase opium.
iiotli outered the dwelling 01 hhoit .
Tin and while the ollieor atood near
by, tho informer was supplied with 1
a lichee nut. passed through a hole
iu tho wall, containing ten cents
worth of opium. The ollieor ami ,
Chinaman then burst into the room
aud found two boxes containing !
lichee nuts aud opium. The identi
cal tou cent piece with which the
opium had been bought was found 1
on the bed, where it 110 doubt had I
boon thrown iu the dealer's ecite
"'"''"""i,1' " """"h " "
tural, that Shoti Ion shotilil diiiiy
the above story, but notwithstaud-
itiL' his denial ho was soutouced to
Of course, it was iiothiug but na
ing his denial ho was seuteuced to
pay a line of J.r00 aud bo imprisoned
at hard labor six months. Y. 1!.
Castle for defendant noted an ap
peal. MEAT WAGON 8MASHUP.
An Early Morning Accidont ou Nun
Ouo of tho delivery wagons of the
Central Moat Market capsized on
Ntiuauu street this niorniug and wns
The'ilo'rse am i
more or less injured.
wagon were hitched to a post out
side the butcher shop, when a hack
driven by a foreigner came dashing
down the street, aud collided with
it. The horso attached to the meat
wagon became frightened and made
a sudden dash, snapping the rope
and capxiiiug the wagon. The
shafts were disconnected from the
vehicle aud the animal started oil",
aud would have got away had it not
been for the ouicknessof a spectator
who caught the reins and held the
frightened animal. The wagon i
partly a wreck. There wan no meat
In it at the time.
The driver of I lie hack which
caused the damage volunteered to
pay for half the repairs to the (Vn
trill Meat Market wagon
Thu Heat l'lastiir.
I'm pains iu the cheat thim is
iiothiug better than a llauuel clnlh
saturated with Chamberlain's 1 'tin
Malm aud bound ou oer the peat of
pain. For hale by all dealers. Men
sou, Smith & Co., agents for the
THE BISHOP MUSEUM.
Sketch of a Year's Doings by Cura
TIicm has been tiled in tho Clerk's
ollieo of thu Judiciary Department:
I "A Brief Report of thu Work of the
Uernice r.tualn J3i.-lirji Museum
during the Year ISM' ft is as
"Honolulu, Jan. 23, 185U.
"During tho past year tho io
sources of thu Museum have boon
largely employed in preparing for
the occupation of tho new building
in course of erection at the cost of
Hon. C. It. Bishop, and iu this eon-
uection tho Curator visited tho Colo
, ninl museums, not only arranging
valuable exchanges but also pur
chasing many object and photo
i graphs illustrating tho life of the
j Pacific, region. These will fiud their
iuicu iu i iiu new utui.
"1 ho collections have steadily m
creased iu most departuieuts, and
most noteworthy is Mr. Bishops
gift of the splendid collection of
shells made by the late Andrew Gar
rett: this is one of the choicest pri
vate collections iu tho world. Mr.
u. L. Uilmau of .Newton lias gteu
to the .Museum ins extensive collec-
lion of Hawaiian relics, among them '
very interesting autographs of Ha- ,
"Tho Government has loaned to ,
thu Museum tho priceless feather i
oioaKs wlucli liavo heen securoly
,,nml cedar caes, whore they
L.a readily bo seen by visitors whilo
preserted from insects ami ordinary
"Scientific works for reference
have been liberally purchased by the
Trustees, supplying to that extent a
great want iu this region so remote
from all scientific libraries.
"In the department of ornithology
a number of bird skins, nests and
ol'L's have been iriven by A. F. J mitt.
i Jr., Mrs. Francis Gay ami others.
"I'nblie interest ha largely in
creased iu this Museum, if we may
judge by the increased attendance
during (lie two exhibition days each
week. 1 his increa.'o is especially i
noteworthy among the Chinese and
i Hawaiian visitors. I ho publication
, of the catalogue (a copy of which is .
i a part of this report) has given rise
, to a very considerable foreign cor-'
respoudeuce in which great interest '
i is shown iu Hawaiian antiquities. i
"The stalT of tint Musct.m Iih Itvvii '
, limited to the Curator, but the very
respectable si.e of this institution
renders It impossible for ouo man to ,
do much more than picgcrvo the-
contents of the cases in a climate
where o many adterse iiillueuces
exist. W. T. Biikiiiam, I
Curator B. P. B. Museum." !
ALBU FAREWELL AND BENEFIT.
Rare Musical Evnnt For Saturdny
atiiiears the announce-
incut of the closing concert
Mioses Albu. It is to tnku place iu
the Hawaiian Opera House on
Saturday evening next. Besides lw
ing l he farewell appearance of tho;
giTted sisters, it is to bo a benefit to '
Miss Itose Albu. This young lady's
blithe ami cheerful manner on the
stage captured the liking of the
community at sight, and with her
fine mimical powers earned her cor-
dial applause whenever she has come
forward since. Tho program for tho
farewell and lieuelll is to lie pro
bably the most attractive yet, hav
ing besides classical masterpieces a
great, share of the ballad element iu
which the Misses AlbiiK are unex
celled. Air. wniieileid, ouo 01 nur
leading ocalihts,will appear amongst -..,. . -s.
! WIlO llllS Itltelv IimVl'd, will also l
. "...ill ,.i... ....... f.
1 ie,ii. 1 (Mini itiii (linn iiit7iii iifi
the first time Air. Jlertman, a solo
! violinist. Don't be late in securing
, a good peat. The honco plan opens
The Opera House will bo wholly
Ill-llllll III. IIU'IIIIIIK til .111. KwlMIM P.
! H.'diled by electricity for the first
peculiar brilliancy to
DOT ' FOOLED A BUNCH."
The Wtuuiannlo Lookout Mistakes a
Uiirlcimtitio for tho Wurriuioo.
At tl:!H) o'clock this uioruiug three
whistles were blown from the Hono
lulu I'hiuiug Mills as a signal that
a foreign mail steamer was oir Wai
uianalo. About half an hour later
a report came out the wires thai
the C. A. S. S. Warrimoo was oh
1 Miiiiiinnnio. r.veryooiiy in town
!Wl,,,tM j !,,,,,! vt for the arrival,
nm ,(U.rvihing was iu a bustle, as it
I ,,.t ...r,.i..,i ii. 1.., ,,,,,,1,1
aiiuanalo. l-.verybody in town
was expected the steamer would
bring two or three ilas' later news,
including President Cleveland's mes
sage to the Senate. Nut a few anti
cipated the arrival of the steamer I
by going down to the wharf. Judge,
however, of the disappointment
when, at III; 15 o'clock, Charlie Peter
son, the Diamond Head lookout, I
sunt a uiehMige tu the Central ollieo '
t lint the reported steamer was not a 1
steamer at all. It was a barkeutiue. '
One theory as to how the mistake '
' ", !! i-.lt.t!:".,!'""'-.''f ''!! I
ijoi nullum nua nil ween niiiiinin 11 1
big Chinese cigar.
Apiopos of the local cricketers'
orgaui.alion for another season, the J
, following item furnished by a friend, '
1 from one of Ids foreign papcm, will
be iuleriMiiug' !
At a cricket dinner a week or two j
ago, hir John Astley, iu proposing
I lie toast of the evening, "The Aus
tralian Klnvcu," gave some amusing
examples of bin cricket experiences
in the Crimea. Ju the great match
nlaed at the Alma, he said that the
Uuiniis sent down some tremend
ous big halls from the heights, ami
iu front uf him was a famous crick
eter who was a splendid wicket
keeper. s their ranks opened out
In give the deliveries room, a ball
made a ricochet to the right, just
inifMiig them. "Why didn't jou
stop thai, Uuir.'" said Sir John. "It
had loo much pace ou for me," re
plied Dull', "aud 1 thought it was all
tight with you, Sir John, at loug
POPULAR SAILOR MAN.
Ho Collects Curios and a a Strong
Chief Ollieor Murphy of the bark
Velocity was welcomed by a number
of liis friends, nearly all seafaring
men, on the arrival of tho bark on
Sunday. Murphy, who is an old
stagor, was formerly engaged on
vessels plying between Sau Kran
cisco and this port. Several yeaM
ago he left for Hongkong, and, on
the List two trips of the Velocity,
was chief ollieor. Murphy has a
fondness for collecting curios, and
whilo at Hongkong amassed quite a
collection. Ouo of Murphy's pets is
a moukoy, which ho is very fond of.
While at sea tho monkey gambols
over tho rigging, sometimes carrying
his owner's liat and placing it on
tho mainmast top.
Murphy is an out-and-out Demo
crat. One of tho first to shake hands
with him on his arrival, after the
bark had been set shipshape, was
Ollieor Shoahan, a Jfepublicau. Shea
hau, who was well aware, through
formor acquaintance, of Murphy's
politics, boasted that lie would make
a Republican out of him. He
liriini'lmil liia inliuil inn In Miirnliv.
wiion ine jailer ropiieu. i m a
Democrat, and 1 11 stay a i Democrat:
"d I v got luonoj to bpt that you'll
"vr ,nnko ft PubI,wH 0,,t of
Mr. Mary B. O'FaUon
f Mint, O., aaya Hit rhr
IcUna aro Aatonlaliad,
ed look at bar Ilk co
Raised fromjhe Dead
Long and Torrlble Illness
from Blood Poisoning
Compfcfffi Cured by Ilood't
Mr. Mary K. O'Fallou, a very Intelligent
Udy of l'lUA, Ohio, was polioned wlills M
ItUng pliyslclan at an auto(njr 6 ytan age,
and noon irrrlfcU alrer tiroke out en her
bead, armi, toncua and throat Her hair all
catnn but. She welched but 78 lbi.,anliaw
no prospect of litlp. At tost ho began to
tako llnod'n flarsaparllla and at ones lis
proved, could toon gt out ot bad and walk.
She tarsi "I became prfaotly cured by
and an, now a well woman. 1 weigh 1281b!.,
eat well and do the work for a large family.
My cae teeroa a wonderful recovery and
phyalelsni look at me In Mtnnlttiraent as
Oluiotllke raiad (raa Ike dead."
HOOD'B PlLLS abould b In a?rr family
maUlclae cbatl. Oao aaad, olarara pratartao.
IKinilON, N F.W.MAS .V CO.,
Apcnta for Hawaiian Hands.
.. -. . ..
, By jM' r' MorBftn
' ' i
nn Prirlav F.VAnlnn .Tan 7Rth
, UD naay ftveninQ, Jan. MU
1 y ; iroi.ocK.
' IT THK. f.Yf.I.CRV RP.RKTANH RTRRRT.
UILI. all. I. AT
ItOl.l.KIl BKATK8, lIi:NCHKS,
Niokel Plating Outfit,
HhiikIiii; ami llmeltet Lamp,
Ii-e Hex, Kli-., Kti'..
Ta.s. F. Morgan,
if 1 1 nx l n
MOKII ftlfl Stni.K KflriTl
. UAVauiUlU Ulvua XUIllii
WILL COVKIt TKN MAIIKrt A f
"Sonny Boy" Service, S20.
FINE HORSES FOR SALR !
n 17 iin 1 "i
BY A Itl.LI MILL WOMAN WILL
Inn io Inlp in the klleheii, m-uIiih
and ueiierul hoii-ewerU. Apply In M.
(iiiliie-, driver ILiHl stiilile. IU, t
4 I.I. iiSLlt "K l.o I'h ON IIIK
J Wnlklk" -Lie " the Calhnlle lm-.
teiv uie ie,iii"le In uieel ill the I iillieter)
nllMONDAY, lei. I.' Mil.
Ills .M I'KIt illllll.lt.
HAWAIIAN UU1NTETTE ULUI1.
I'r-H II IIM.-.III.D I'Olt
ll..., ,11.11,.. llllllal
n'lu., b Uv Iluuii4ii wi- ViS-kjr
I'llllt''", I all ill" nmi'i"i itVl Tl
lciU 1 nib 1 nr nun- !''., -3w-
I lit 1 til I a tif
IAIN D WII.IOKAI.
U7 U N". H ItU'harda atlmit.
f- -. - '''
Notice to Consumers I
Tin- (ii'ic mirJl 11 the AiMiii'iiii
I'Wlrir Cn. In-ing nine vompltlrd,
iiiifiVt ' ln-rrhy jZlfii Hull rum
mid nflrr .Am nun; l.jtli llir Cmn- '
mill in ii-fiiircif fo Kupply inruii-dtn-.'nl
tin triii lijiblinii Id i-im-Id
Illllj'l-ll dllllK llir ClIllljUIHII will
ulmi In' iri)nitid In urn ink rlfi'trif
iiiiifiiCK fur imurr, iiml 11 nhii'h
dnr iiiifVr irill In tllrcu.
'' I 'urn in! nil fiirllur iiiiihuhi.v
Uml Ihcii nc- jiri'imrril to wii
nnlfru fur liilrrinr niriinj mid I'nn
fur 11 Uh fiiliin null nil fiUliiijn in
urn 111 1'tinil irilli iii-ir wri'iv,
J'rinlid ruin, riiiiiliiliiiim mid
C'hihikiii'k rufrK cn n lif hud on
niHiliiiiliiiii In Ihr Siip'riiili'iitlriit,
Wm. G. IRWIN,
IMtLMIir.ST II. K. CO.
y tivn t T Tiirn 1 t Ttirri r
LIME! LIME! LIME!
In emiitlti. to Milt piireliuer at the
LoWKhT MAIIKKT I'ltlCK.
. . BARRELB . .
Itoclie Harbor Lime
Jas, F. Morgan,
IO! .It AUCTlONKKIt.
AHl'KCIAI. I.IHItAltV 01 ht'lKNCK
and lietfon Uuou opened lot-tndenli-,
unTI'i:.siDAYri. Til I'HBHA VH uml h.T
I'ltDAYrt of eni-li week, from :! to t r. M.,
ou the M-euiid Hour of the Kn-ter Hl''k,
Niiuann Htreel, over l.uviaJo)' Mlnrn. Kli
trituee l, the ni'ond door, ou the Lane
opposite' uud of Murehunt Hlreet- leading
In die lineK purl of the Homilulu l'ouudry.
HiHik lent out to rei,oiilhlu imr-
llut. In Honolulu and when piuetieahle to
re-ddentk of die other Ihhiiidn. UJ-J I111'
DISSOLUTION OK COPAUTNEU
SHIP. 'IMIK COl'AnrSKIlnllll' IIKTWKKN
J. the 1111 lei-iued exUtlnn under Hie
linn mimu of I ..M-urjuiiif, Kerusndit ,v Co.
hu heen iliohid I,) iiiulual content, Mr.
l.enrj!Ui linvhin sold In- iuleret In the
linn to Mr. Keruande-. All dehls due li
the tlrm will lie paid at the store of the
linn I iv Mr. Kuruiiudes uml ah delits due
to tlm ilrin will he eolleeieil h) him. (ieo.
I.ji'iiru t !! f ull reiiicM hi- frmmU
to uxlend llielr patronage heretofore given
ti him Io his -ueeitsKor, who will continue
the hiipinesaot the Drill oil liisiiwiineeouiil.
Honolulu.. Km. I-', s;i. '1:11 tin 1 ti
AI.I.ACCOfNI'MDKK I'o I'llKKIILM
of Yuen Keel'han of Lilim , Kauai,
have heen phieed lor eollet'tion Willi Mr.
I'aul Neiiiiiauii. att,,rne.iu-law, .III Mer
chant -inei, lliiiiiilulii N. Mnnwiir iu
Mr. I'aul Neiimiiun's oilier is uuthoried
to 11 1 el vi ami ree, 11. t for their pa.Miiuut.
All h D-on- liuleliteil in said linn are in
,lllisli to -ellli llieil IliioUllla llllil ailVe
imhIj. o lltlgntiou
" I I.V lluNil
Homilulu, .Ian. I.i, IKU It'll lin
IHI.A.ND illlAI'K-J l'iit" ps Kdlt l.
1 Kuraalih)' It. l.lhll.M AN,
The Newest and the Latest
CAN' ALWAYS BE KOIXI) AT
3sr. s. s-a.ch:s'
oao Fort Street, Honolulu.
The "Mother's Friend" Patent Shirt Waist!
TI1I1 fo tin- lati-l IniprfiVHinciit in Hoys' Shirt Wult ninl 11 true friend to
motlier-': tin more button- to ew uii,iii tli-' lunnet conii-ulT. V have
them In white mid In fanu H'ix-aluit from i.'i rent iiMirili
HOYS' CALICO WAISTS I.N ALL Sl.l..- AT .''. iLNTS.
- -- latest Mini. In
Children's Cloth Caps, University and Pinafore
We ham them In ri-inii, Cardinal, Niiv lllnu uml Hnil Ilrowri.
CHILPUKN'S AND INKANT'8 FANCY FI.ANM.L fuATrf .u wrv low prle.-.
WAT1".I!HII .s KIHHOSS ALL COLO HS
THE ADELINE BLACK STOCKINGS
They ar iironmiticiil ilic l't liy all w hn have givi'ii them 11 trial. e har
llicni for ladle?, Kent, children ninl Infiiu'". 111 plain, rIM.ed, drop tlt'h
ninl 0m"I1 work. . . . J,inlle' Adeline lllnrk f-livkhif rcdM'vd to ''I rent
4r pair. . . . tadler' Diamond Hluek MooMup' nt J-' cent 4-r pair.
Huvc you een tin-1 fill l)KKN"9 SCHOOL HATH that we arc -cHiuh for Iceutf?
Ther are Jit-1 the thlni; for llo r flirt.
3Lvl. S. LE37",5r
518 Robinson Block, Hotel Street.
A I.AIinT. AHSOltTMKN'T OK
JilHHICSC oih uRipft
IN KVKMNO rillAD:
"Wool Divsh (tnotls,
SIiuwIh. lite.. I3tc. (mkt.
513 Roblnsou Block, Hotel Stront,
National Cane Shredder
I'ATKNTKD I'NDKIl THK LAW.. OK IIIK II .S ISLANDS.
fTUlK I'NDKUSIUNKM II.VVK HKKN AIM'OIN I'KH S H.K AUKNTri I'Olt
IhitMi SiiiiKiuiKiirt uml arc now piep.ireil In receive nrilnrs. t j
The great iiilMiutugcs to be derived from the 1 if the Nviiunai. Cam:
SiiiiKiuiKit are llioroiiKhly estiililishcil uml ucknuuli-dtjcd l.v I'l.iutcr
geuerully. The luruo numliernf IMuuters iwin them iu tin- United .-states, t'uh..,
Argentine Itepuhlic, I'eru, Auslrulia uml eUewhcie. Leai wituci, tu tint
The use of the Siiiikiiukii very lurgely itiignieiit-. tin- ipi.iutitv nf cunc
the mill can grind (25 to 50 .), al-o the extraction of juice (5 n, 12' ).
It is 11 great aufugiiuid, m.ikiug kimwu nt once tin in--t-nce of unv
pieces of iron, slukcs from can., or anything which would lie ImImV to dnmii;'ii
the mill, mill allowing uuiph time Io ieni.,vo ...uue Lefore il.im.iging the mill.
The SiiiiKiuiKit i very Mrnugly iiiiulc, uml tn.in tin- mniiiiir o( dr upt-ia-Hon
it eutr or tears these pieces of wood 01 11.111 willn.iii oftiu bicaking the
KniiKHiiKi:: uml if anything breaks, it is simply some m tin- knives or cutters,
I which ciin nc pni-Kiy nun eciuioniieulh replaced. The .SiiiiKiuiKit, us it
ininie imlicutcs, uiiim tho cane into dirt'ils o vuriug li-iigilis, perfectly open
ing it and allowing the mill to thoroughly pice mil the juices without re
I ipuring the imiueiise extra powci m-cessiiry to -jiiud or cru-li the wholo
j cane. Tint SniihiniKii sprcmls the slueilileil c.'uie iiiiifnintlj uml cvenb to
the mill rolls, anil does uwuy with the uecessilj of rprciuliiu; the ImgiirM- hv
I jiituil between thu mills, wheie n-gituiliui; i iu Use. Xo grcutei amount ii(
boiler ctipmiity i icipurcd to opeiati- the .sihikiuikh limn lluit which wa
1 siilliciout f.ir the mill, for the above reasons. Wo furnish full working
; drawings fin the iuHtiiUiitiou of out Siiiikiiikii. ctmbliug au cunipotent en
gineer to siifcessfully install uml stmt lln-m.
I In ordering Kiiid.iiiu.iih fmui us, plfiiri-scud miihII sketcli, slmwiuK tlm
diameter and width of the mill 10. with wlm-li MiiiKiniMt is to he connected,
also the side (either right or left Innnl us mui luce the .lehu-iv side oi the
mill), upon winch Hie null eiigim i locnled. .1U0 the lieight Imni than hue
to center of front mill roll hiifl. uml dislame cenier tin- shaft to front cud
of bed plate. These SiiiiKiuir.Uh art now In nig u.-iii In tin Hilo -Sit gar .'n.
and lluwi Mill, Kobala, where ihcv nr- litvinL' cieut h.itisf.iction.
. ... .-r mui, iiiiiini jnii in 111.11
Ou and after the 1st din ,,( .litmiiiri .
Ist.l.tluibtorii nownus"KA MA ILK '
will hueloeil out Mild he retnul frnin
liilsilies ,1s fast iu Hiihl.
ash Will heexiu-teil forall -lie. alter
llml date. I'riees will he redueisl ne
I'utruiis lira- re, J Hilled I,, -elll, dieir
aeeoiiuts , riipldl-, aa ,--il,le.
MRS. 0. E. B0AHDMAN,
1 - NOTIOE.
MMIK I NDKIthltlNKD ft I'ltLI'.VIIKD
1 to uiiikniill kludaef I' h.loue Hull
lugs, Hammered Iron Wink, ite., ete.
I.thuuln on applleailnn,
I ,. A. JAOI'KN,
I lilim htnvt, ut Htorlhitj'a 1'alnt bhop.
liricttii'tif tlif Hawaiian.Iai'-
.wr.sii lt....Mt, Jlotcl utruot,
to st'll hif. Mtot-k of JAP
. ... t .
SS5 Mlo HSsOltlllLMlt of
.FAPANKSR IWIMSR N Al-
k XS will In- Hold i.kss tiia.v
. ( iAj.V'W. j,Ai'!
s 11 1. iv ne nun nv uppiviug Hi
IRWIN & CO., LU,
Nir I1J-11U fin Ihr in, Mil ( 11 ItUlii'll
V' oiipiMitu lieloriiiutor
."eliiMil. .c111h in ", M. '
I'. ti. Hex i'I
, 'Mti Ni hi N
-I Ulshed liisiui for
lieutleiueu al N.
KUIINISIIED K00M8 TO LEV.
'PWo Nlt'KI I I it
1 Illsheil lloein- .11. I ,-
liha stnet oppo iii hu.i
U t til aire,,!, nisi, 11 iW... lulu
Hies' walk fiiiin ,,iiniii inii cars. Ap
'i in tins ninct . ou t
HEAL ESTATE FOIt BALE.
7 NALlAHLi; I'ID.KS ti'
I uujiriived l'reMiitj, located
In dilleruiil I'arta of the lily of
Huiiolului all liaraln. Aiplv
1 fur full lultlleilliir li '
bji 1 uaBBjajaa.
aTM a a-JaKiTV
' IttlUUK A A. J. OaVllXWlllUHT.