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OAHU RAILWAY AND LAND GO.
KROM AND AFTRll JUNE 1. J WW.
1 To Ewa Mttu
Leave Honolulu .
Leave Pearl City .
Arrive Ewa Mill.
Leave Kwa Mill..
Leave Pearl City.
O. Hnndavs excepted.
D. Saturdays exrepted.
3!u guiljj g Uleiin.
MONDAY, JAN. 29, 18W.
IwIjft.K.I2SrE3 1ST E3WB.
Bati-bday, Jan. 27.
Oer bk Nautilus, Asslng, 101 days from
Bundat. Jan. 2i.
Btmr Claudlne (rum Maul
Btmr 0 H llhhop from Walalua
Btmr Lehua from Hamnkiia
Btmr Ktlauea Hon from Hawaii
Btmr l'ele from Kauai
Monday, Jan. .
for Kaunakakal, Kamalo,
Kalaupapa, Lahalna, Olowalu and
titrt llalniHH W'.itljal
Lnai at a p m
Btmr Kaala (or Walanae, Walalua, Moku-
lola, Lale, Kaliuku and Punaluu at U
Htmr l.ehiia for Hatnakna nt 4 p m
Btmr James Makco for Ktipna at 4 tu
Btmr J A Cummins for Koolatt
Btmr Iwnlanl for Makawell at 4 p in
Votsola Leaving To-morrow.
Btmr C 11 Illshup for Nalllwlll, Haunnia-
ulu ami Kilauea
Bliur Walaleato for Lahalna, Kukullinrio
Btmr Claudlne for Kahulul, Kcanno, Hana,
Hamoa, Klpuliulu, Nun, Piiauliau, Kti-
kalauatS p m
Garftooa from Zaland Porta.
Btmr Kelo 1030 bagi sugar.
Btmr C It Ulshop 2W0 bai sugar.
Btmr Claudhio-77UO bags sugar, 3IUbag
potatoes, 232 bugs corn, 81) hdls hldus,
67 nogs, 80 ud cattle, 12 coop fowls, (
Frcuu Kauai, perstnir C K lllshop, Jin
flt-Marsbal K (1 Hitchcock. CptL An
drews, C A Doyle, KHalstead, Dr Ander-
inn flnrAVirlt. If flt.l..,hi. ...! it .l..l.
-..., w. ...., ... V..UI.U, uuuuc;k.
II p 111
roui Maul, er ituir Claudlne, Jan 28
' iuldwln. A 11 Hpreokels, V 0 Fallls, I
luxomo, W H Oortiwoll, W 1 rogue,
whs a. iiaue. airs r. r warn, j u wagnor,
J A Aheong, lo Bhau, and 22 deck.
Vcaaola lu Port.
. U B B Philadelphia, Darker, from I'allno,
II B B Adams, Nelson, from a cruise
II U M B Champion. Kooke, Kpiimault
U I J M 8 Nanlwa, Mori, from Japan
8 B Australia, Houdlette, from Ban Fran
cisco Am schr Alice Cooke, I'enhallow, from
Am sciir ltobt Iewe.r, (ioolman, fnim
Am bit Margaret, Petcriton, Comox, from
Am tchr Transit, Jorgenon, from Ban
Am solir llaugor, Ashe, from Newcastle N
Am bk Martha Duvls, Bottle, from New
Am bktne Mary Wlukelman, Nlssen, from
Nowcastle, N B W
Am tern Kampa, I'etcrsou, from (Jttyama,
ilrltshlp Ea.toroft, Hlmmer, from New-
cuttle, N B W
J!r burk Vlllultu, Hurland, from Liver
pool Haw bk Muuna Ala, Smith, from Ban
Haw bktne Kllkltat, Cutler, from i'ort
Haw bk Andrew Welch, Druw, from Ban
Urlt bk Velocity, Martin, from Hongkong
Foreign Veaaola Expected.
UBS Monowal, Carey, from Ban Fran
cisco, due Feb 15
B B Alauiedn, Morse, from Sydney, due
Feb 8 '
O & O B 8 Oceanic, from San Francisco,
O A M B Aruwn, from Bydliev, due Feb I
P M 8 8 China, from Ban FruucUco, Feb 6
Oer bk Nautilus, from l.ivorMol, due Jan
Ilk M Huckfcld, from Liverpool, now due
v..-.. ..,,-.. ..v .ir.T.r"".' .. ""
ier UK univesion, irom Ainoy, now Hue
Am bktne Dlhcovory, from ban FraucIco,
Oer sh Terpulcbore, from New Boitth Wales,
Am bk Harvester, from Bun Francisco to
Haw bk Helen lirewrr, from New York,
Am bktne Skagit, from Port Gamble, now
Am bktne Mary Wlukelman, from N B W,
Brit sh Eastcraft, from N 8 W, now dae
Uer bk J O Qlude, from Liverpool, Apr 1-10
Am bk Albert, from Bun Francisco, Jan 2
Bk Xantlppe, from N B W, Jan 20-31
Am sch Barrator, from N B W, Jan 20
Am bktne Hllo, from A' 8 V. Jan 31
Lyman D Foster, from N B W, Feb 12
Am bk HFKIthet, from Ban Francisco,
The steamer Pole delivered 4U.U ban of
Makawell BUjtar Into the B. 8. Australia
The Hawulian bark Lealil arrived at Ka
hulul from Newcastle on January 22d with
The steamer Mlkahala will probably
leave on her usual route on Wednesday or
Thursday. The Iwalaul will take freight
to-morrow for Kauai.
The German burk Nautilus. J. Aiding
mastfr, arrived on Batnrday evening !(
days from Liverpool. Bhe brought a cargo
of 447 tons coal, 16,200 lire bricks and Mnjh
ackagrH of general merchandise The
Nautilus, which is conilgned to 11. Hack
feld & Co., is anchored lu the stream.
VON IlOl.T-ln Honolulu. January '.'7. to
the wlfo of il, M. von Holt, a miii.
The Boat Plnator.
For pnins in the chest there Is
uothitiK better thnu a llnuuel cloth
saturated with Chamberlain's Pain
Balm and bound on over the sont ot
pain. For sale by all doalora. Ben
son, Smith & Co., BKonti for the
I.OOAL AND OENEBAL NEWS.
A goutloman wi'hoa to root a
A strayed horso is ndvertlsod for
the owner's benefit.
The P. O. band will piny at Ktntiia
Square this evening.
Diamond Head, 8 p. ui. Weather
clear, wind fresh northeast.
Lodge lo Progros will moot this
ovoning at their hall at 7:iK) o'clock,
The smokestack of tho tug Eton
was takon out this morning, and will
be replaced by a now ouo.
Marshal Hitchcock, Captain An
drews, Interpreter Doylo and others
returnod yesterday from Kauai.
The S. S. China will bo duo hero
a week from to-morrow from San
Francisco, with ton days later news.
Tim nnllnn mniln I until v nrnU
between Saturday and Monday, half
of the number boing for drunken-1
Four Japs wore Cued $10 each iu
the District Court to-dnv fur nlnv.
iug a gamo wherein money was lost I
St. Andrew's Church Association I
will hold its monthly mooting and
social on Thursday orenitig. All are I
Thero is vory Httln doing in tho I
Honolulu Iron Works, sotno of tho
employees working on tho half-day i
Rev. A. S. Twombly, who arriveil
on tho S. S. Australia on Saturday, '
proachod in tho Central Union
Attention is canoa to the re-
opening of Kamohamoha School
olsowhoro announced to lako place ,
on Monday, Feb. 12. i
A mooting of the congregation of i
St. Andretrs Cathedral will take
place in tho Sunday School room to
morrow eveuiug at 7:30.
Mr. Voight, who courtibuted fine
zithor playing to the coucert Sntttr- '
day night, is an olllcial shorthand re
portorln tho State of Wyoming.
The tourists who came on the S.
S. Australia will loavo on tho steamer
Claudino to-morrow for the Volcano '
via Hilo, and nut by the Waialenlo ,
as expected. I
Tho jury emtianeled to inquire in
to tho death of a Chinamati on Nuu
anu, uoar iloretatiia street, rendered
a verdict this nftornoon that doci-ns-ed
came to a natural death.
Subscribers to the Mutual Tele-
Ehono Co.'s exchango cau have their
uildiugs protected against danger
ous electric currents coming on the
telophone wire for a nominal sum.
Seo notice olsowhoro.
TIioko in search of superior second
hand furnituro should inspect a
selection at Lovoy's which will be
sold in a few days. Thero is nil
ebony parlor set in rich silk and a
table iu the collection, both costly
Handicraft for January Is both in
teresting and instructive, by its
space being tiearly all given up to
the pupils for slguod articles, it
gives a good idea of tho proficiency
in English attained by thorn in Ka
Attheclosoof the morning ser
vices of St. Andrew's Cathedral Sec
ond Congregation vostorda', Organ
ist Wray Taylor played as a retiring
voluntary tho "Watch on the Rhine,
iu honor of the German Umpuror'a
birthday just passed.
Complaints are being made about
tho returning of bags from the Lepor
Sottlemeut after tho paiai had been
takon out. Tho bags aro returned
on tho steamer Mokolii to bo refill
ed. Formerly all containers
loft at tho Settlement.
Owiug to Ckiueso Now War boiu
on tho first Tuosdny iu Fobrunrr,
the Woman's Board of Missions will
moot to-morrow (Tuesday) afternoon
at 2:80, at tho Coutral Uuiou Chtiroh.
All ladies interested in mission work
aro cordially invited to atteud.
Mons. and Madame Vorlino ar
rived on Saturday. Mons. Vorloyo,
it is believed, will assume the posi
tiou of Frnuoh Cominihsioiier iu
succession to Mons. d'Auglado, who
loft here about two yuars ao. Iu
the meantime the duties of tho ollico
havo beeu ably conducted by Mous.
Vizzavona, who had been Chancellor
of Legation, while Mr. W. M. Olirnrd
has olliciated as Chancellor.
The-P. O. baud will give a coiu'crL
at Emma Sciuaro at 7:3JO o'clock this
evening. Followiug is tho pro
gram: I'AHT I.
Overture Bovi-relun People (new). .
Olarlonet Bolo DrenuiH (new) llelnfoMxi
Piccolo Bolo-The lllrdles (now) Tlilere
Bidectlon II Trovatore Verdi
Overture Esmeralda (new)
Waltz TeleurutiiH (new) . . .
Polka Go Ahead (new) ,. .
(Juidrllle Hawaiian Melnlttit
A Follower of tho Grip.
The persistent cough which usual
ly follows an attack of the grip cuu
bo permanently cun'd by taking
Chamberlain's Cough Rouicdy. Y.
A. McGuire of McKay, Ohio, says:
"La Grippe left mo with n severe
cough. After using several ditl'ereut
medicines without relief, 1 tried
Chnmberlain's Cough iteiuedy, which
olluutod u perinatient cure. I have
also found it to Im without an eipial
for children, when troubled with
colds or croup. 25 and 50 cent bot
tles for sale by all iltmlers, Iltuihon,
Smith V: Co., agent h for the liawai
All kindi of Commrrcinl i'rintiny
prvmylly tstoutnl nt linn rtitf nt (V
hull tin Offlfi;
"DEAB OLD JACK."
The Funoral of a "W oil-known and
lu using the nboro hond-liue the
thoughts and henrtfelt sympnthies
of every residont of Honolulu aro
probably voiced. One of God's gen
tlemen hns gono to his rest. His
lovely unlttro lias left a lesson for
nil. All enn think of his sweet voice,
now hushed iu otoruit, and all may
learn of his meekness and lowliness
of heart, ntid ponder well their les
sons. Among tho many touching fea
tures connected with tho obsequies
of "Jack" Ailnu, probably nothing
was moro cUcctivo thnu tho scene at
l(J:i$0 o'clock of Saturday evening.
Tho Quintet nnd Knwaihau clubs
had sung at intervals many of his
favorite songs. At that hour they
arranged themselves around his bior
and sang in sweet but hushod voires
tho beautiful Hawaiian hymn of the
dead, "Auwe, Auwo," and then with
tho sad "aloha" they loft him whom
they mourned to tho silent watchers
by tho dead.
Sunday morning dawned nnd with
it came some of the most beautiful
floral ofloriugs, until the room whore
tho body lay was a mnss of flowers.
Theso were photogrnphod by the
kindness of J. J. Williams. At 2:10
p. m. His Lordship the Uishop of
Honolulu, assisted by Rev, V. II.
kitcat, commenced tho beautiful
service of tho Anglican Church (o
which "Jack was a momimr) in tuo
Hawaiian language. Two hymns
were sung and then the corpse was
taken to its last resting placo in
Nttuauu cemetery, preceded by the
Hawaiian National baud, who played
solemn music all the way. At tho
grave the last sad rites wero finished,
tho last sad hymn was sweetly sung.
The baud played "A land that is
fairer than day," and there amid a
profusion of flowers was loft "dear
old Jack." Tho Quintet club sang
at the grave.
Through the core of W. F. Roy
nolds, all the proceedings were con
ducted with comfort mid quiet dig
nity. Tho pall bearers wero Cain D.
Wilioknt, loet!i Aca, Joseph Helo
luhe, Iveinnliu Kuhia, David L. Kala
wnia, Jo.eili Koakahiua. Roliert
Kapua and Thomas S, Knlamn. The ;
funeral was largely attended.
Two Wills Admitted to Probate
Bankrupt Without Aaaeta.
Juduo Wliitinir has ordered that
the will of the late Robert Gray
bo admitted to probato, and that
letters testamentary issue to James
Louzada McLean, the executor
named iu the will, under bond of
1000 without surety.
At the Clerk's ollico this morning
only two of the creditors of G. W.
R. King proved their claims, which
amounted to 22.40. No assignee
was elected, as nobody cau bo found
to incur the expense. Thorn is
neither real nor personal estate,
while the debts in the bankrupt's
potitiou amount to $2050.21.
In the matter of the estate of
-Maurice Goldberg, deceased testate,
Judge Whiting to-day admitted tho
will to probate and appointed T. C.
Porter and 11. D. Tommy executors
under ?ir,(sK) bond. Hatch for the
Tills afternoon Judge Whiting re
sumed the hearing of the equity
suit for cancellation of n deed, of C.
K. Knpaealii vs. S. M. Kauakauui ot
nt. Castle for plniutilT; Aehi for de
fendants. WHO'S THE SAVAGE.
" Fenomuio " and" Forglvlnc" Ex
pressions of P. G. Peoplo.
There has been so much talk in
tho ntitiexutiou cliipio camp about
the Queen being bavnge, etc., tho
followitigcotiverHatious will probably
interest not a fuw:
On a trmucar Friday evening a
member of the Cabiuet and a mem
ber of the Advisory Council wero on
their way to the meeting of the Am
erican League. One was heard to
say: "We'll have to do away with her.
We'll get some of the American
League to do il."
The same (Friday) afternoon an
es-memberof the Advisory Council
and a member of n mercantile house
wero overheard in conversation. Oue
said, "The best we can do is to get
rid of her."
All the persons referred to in tho
foregoing were present nt the meet
ing of the American League on Fri
day evening, nnd it is reported that
the matter of doing nwnv with the
Queen was considered. Three other
persous in town were mentioned as
prospective victims. Tho question
tuny be nsked, "Who is tho savage?"
Bugs Not Tons.
Our Spreckelsville correspondent,
who furnished nu nccouut of the
workiug of the mill there last week,
"You have the thanks of many
here for so kindly iusortinu uiv
hastily pencilled notice of last week.
There is nn error iu the paper state
' moot of considerable magnitude, but
1 it would have been obvious to your
i renders who nre up iu sugar matters.
! The paragraph has it "10,000 tons"
! wlii- it should huvu been lli,0(K) bags
, with a total weight of 2,15'.),275 lbs.,
or more thnu 107!) tons. The gentle
! man whose ability and industry pro
duce wo gratifying a return is Mr.
limes, who is well known to be ouo
of the best sugar boilers on these
- m 9
Vlvns nnd Forroirn in Trouble.
I. M. Vivas and Frank Forroirn
will apponr before the District Court
bench to-morrow morning to answer
to u charge of violating Sec. 1, Chnp.
i 10, of the laws of lSSli, by lining
I found unlawfully on the premises of
; another nu tlu night of the '.'1st
iiist. The uarranl alleges that de
fendants were found on certain pro
miM's at I'alatun, owned bv n .Scots
man, who in married to a Portuguese
woman. It is nllegod that tliey ucre
teeti by tho proprietor of the pre
law auu cuabuu ou.
ALBTJ FAREWELL CONCERT.
Meet Goodly Patronage Miss Rose
Albu Kakea a Speoch. ,
Thero was a nearly full house, '
excepting in the galleries, Saturday '
ovening at tho farewell concert to ,
tho Misses Albu. Many prominent '
residents and naval oflicers were iu
tho audiouco. The inauguration of
tho olectric lights in the Opora
House was a complote sttccoss. Thov
made the whole interior brighter i
than day. Never were the Misses
Albu in better voice, and their clns-'
sical selections were all encored,
bringing tho ladies out in their
Prof. Bergor and Mr. doit man
gave duets on piano and violin with
great acceptance. Mr. Wakefield
appeared in two of his always re
lished baritone solos, and received ,
recalls. Mr. Voight, au amateur who
is here on a holiday from official
duties in Wyoming, played finoly on
the zither, winning a hearty encore.
An incident not on the program
occurred just at the close of tho con
cert. The Misses Albu worosiuging
"Vo banks and braos," when Miss
Roso suddenly stopped, and nudg
iug her sister got her to do likowiso.
Prof. Bergor ceased playing the
niano, having nothing to accompany. ,
Tho silenco was broken by the
yotingor sister's addressing somo
group in tho audience about as fol
lows: "Your talking aud laughing
is very distressing to us, aud wo can
not sing unless you coaso. If you
do not like our singing, you aro at
liberty to rotiro from tho hall." A
great calm ensued and the concert
was soon ended iu ieaco.
A Favorito Romody for La Grippe.
"During tho epidemic of la grippe
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy took
the load hero and was much bettor
likod than other cough modlciuo."
H. M. Bangs, druggist, Chalsworth,
III. The grip is much the same as a
very sevoro cold and requires pre
cisely the samo treatment. This
Remedy is prompt and effectual aud
will prevout any teudoucy of the dis
ease towartl pneumonia. For saiu
by all dealers. Benson, Smith & Co.,
agents for tho Hawaiian lslauds.
'po HKNT A H01I8K
X foradentleinan. Ad
dress "A.," llii.i.m.1 Of
Hon, stating price nnd par
INTO NO. 183 KINO
street. Owner run
have same by Identify
tug It and paylux fur
DUHINO TJIK AIIMKNOR OF CHOCK
lOok from tho Islands Chook Kwntii
and O. Yun Bin will act for him In all
nu.lnuM matter under imwtir ( attorney.
Nu. Vi Nuiianu strrt-t.
Honolulu, Jan. VJ, lh'JI. li:-lw'
riMIK FUKNMTUItK OP MX
X complete for huiinektfplnif. lurlud
n lino UprlL'ht Chlrkurlnit l'iano am
"Now Home" KuwIiik Mmlilnn. Apply at
Nu. tM llerctniilu street, near I'iIIu'IiIhiwI.
It I'M f
Monday, February 12th.
Atinllratliiiis for ndiiilIou should
be Hindu Immmllutely, siutlnK K and
tandliiK of applicant, to
Mutual Telephone Go.
TUB MI'TUAI. TKLKI'HONK COM-
X (iany havliiK received the lattot im-
i'iuuii uiiaroiuBiit m uiu wuy 01 jieavy i
I'nrrant or Llithtnlnff Arruster are now ,
prcpurrd to furnish the sitme to their suit
korlborx at a tinuiliial cost on application. '
C. O. ISKItOKlt,
IM3 Iw Htcretary.
k Alike 8U.
Everything Served In First Glass Style.
HIliKlf Meal . .
llounl by tho Work
tA- It will Ik njM'ii on or alxml the
OK-Ilil AH HKB A CO., I'rop.
ABl'KCIAL I.IllltAKY OK MCIBNOK
and notion Isiiiiwotiunrd loHtu.lruts,
onTUKHDAYri, THUIIBllAYHond HAT
UltDAYri of ooeli wink, from 2 lo i . si.,
on the recoinl lluur of the Foster lllmik.
I Nuiuinii stri'et, over Luvejoy'ti store. Ku
i trani'C by thu M-eond door, on the Lnim
I opposite end of Mercliiint street-leading
to the Imck part n( the Honolulu foundry.
llooks lent out to rcsnnni-ihlu nnr-
tle" in Honolulu, and when p'HCtlealile to
ri'fldiiutx of the otlutr IhIuIuIh. llU-lin"
Cement Sidewalks &c Gra
nite Curbing Laid.
Kiilnmt.'s given on all kinds o(
HTONL.CONCKIM'K.V I'bASTKIt WOIIK
IO.NCBCTB a srcrtAUY -1
JOHN P. BOWLER.
1 v . "F ?' . ' j
iirt. C. D. Card
Made Over Anew
Chronic Hoadacho Cured Weak
Lungs Mado Strong and Well.
M For yean I h.vl sick hfailirh'i eve tj dav.and
- lnlsolivl err nrnli tunga. nincelhav
tcm tat.lnj Hood's Sjr.itarllla, I have
tioen mtlrttr cur dof tirailacliet, and ay
lunRinrostronsniiiHrell. friends often say
How Well You'ro Looking
1 1 tl tlirtu It II duo to IIihmI's B.tnaparUta. I
am itn.ill In ttiiuro never weighed ever
liX)jmmdi tufore tV.liig Hood's Sirsapa-
tllla. and at tlio tlmo I liegan tnklnett Ih4
run rionn to fil fiinti, but now I weigh
III1. Mr frt'iids lliouplit 1 would ba 4tm4
Inn:: mt, but I am perfectly welt. I am
unable tn express my thanks for tho good
ba done me." Mm. C n. Caud. 1810 Adeline
H'rrrt Oakland, rallfoml.i.
1-looH'i P'lli cum nil l.lvcr Illi, Itllloaa
n, '3 'htl'1". Im.lsrttlim, Slek Itcadacha.
HOHKON. NKWMAN CO.,
Acpnu fur Hawaiian Islands.
o g a
S ' i? '
justReceived'National Cane Shredder
I'EK S. S. "AUSTRALIA."
At the Beaver Saloon,
H. J. Nolto, Proprietor.
Merry go Round
Eyeri'ihlng Served In Firot Class Style.
:'l Meul IlckcN
Fowl Tliree Times a Week
Tiiimliiy nnd 'rhiirdiiy at iuhjii, Sun
du at supper.
Oil Im CHOCK SINO. I'rop.
HAWAIIAN QUINTETTE CLUB.
lrX 1 lances, I'urtlt's, l.imux.
ctu., bv th
tfttn I lull
Kor U-riiiK, etc.,
i. 14 ItiulmriN rtreot.
J opMiiu Ituforinatorv
Holiool. Applv to' . M..''
I'. O. llox 1.1. UI1--W
TWO NIl'KI.Y Kl'It
X uisht'd ItooiiiH for
Ueiitleiiuui ot No. I (InnliMi
i Ime. n'.' tf
FURNISHED ROOMS TO LET.
TWO N1CKLY Kllt
i JL nlshed IIooiiih on l.i
i llhu street, oppo itu Kim-
kiul Htreet. about live lain-
iitex' walk from Niiiiiiiut i-treet car. Ap
ply atthln ollico. m tl
REAL ESTATE FOR SALE,
7 v ai.u a in. i; i'ii:i i or
i I improved l'roerti , loculcd
In dilli-reut I'arlk ol the. ( it) of
I Honolulu; nil luirmiiuii. Appl)
i for full luollculara lo
Ulll't'K A A. J. I'AllTWIIIllllT.
A LI. OWNBItK OK l.t)T8
iV Walkikl side of the Cutb
tery are ieoiieteil to nut I at t
ou MONDAY, Kill.. I'.', IMU.
The Newest and the Latest
3XT. S. S-A.CHS'
BBO Fort Street, Honolulu.
jThe "Mother's Friend" Patent Shirt Waist f
Tlih Is the lau-t linprovrnient In lloyi' Mlilrt Vnlt nnd a trnf friend to
mothers! no more buttons to pw ou,h thef cnntiot rowe otT. havo
, theiu In white and In fancy pea-ales" front t;5.'i'iit tipwnrd-
j HOYB' CAI.tUO WA1818 I.N AM. 8I7.I.S AT M OHNTS.
j latest Sbaiw In -
! Children's Cloth Caps, University and Pinafore
I Ve have tliotn In ('rnni, Cnnllniil, Vary llluc and oa ItroMti.
I'HH.nitKVS AND INFANT'S FANCY FI.ANNKI. COATS nt vrrv l..w prlr.
WATKUKIl SASH HIIIBONS IN AM, COI.OK8.
TPIE ADELINE BLACK STOCKINGS
They arc pronmtnrcil tln l.t by all who have plron them n trial. Wolinw
them for ladles, genu, fhlldren nnd Infiiii.. m i.lnlti, ribbeil, ilrop tlti-h
and open work. ... I ndlrV Adeline Itln.'k Stm-kliw reduced to Ni iciif
tr pair. . . . Indies' Dinmond Ulaek Hl'x'klnif. at 2.") tents k.t pair.
Have yon seen the CIIII.DItKN'S 8CIIOOI. HAT8 that we are fultlntr for Wiuts?
Thev nrc jut the thing for Itn.v or OlrN.
3NL. S. 3L.ES-V-TT
513 Robinson Block, Hotel Street.
A I.AKOR AWOItTMRNT OK
IN BVKN1NO rtHADKH
Japanese Silk Crape
Wool Drt'HH (rt)O(ls, . II 1 .1 r t t
to sell ln.s to('k ot JAP
rndinSilkH, ANESK (rOODS.
Stripct) KliiiiclcttCH, - ...
KS" A biy unHorl incut of
Checked FlanelcttoM, JAPANESK PAPER XA1'-
Silk Crape, K I XS will be sold less than
Shawls. Etc., Etc. cost.
I'ATKSTKI) IJN11KK THK LAWS
rpilK UNDEKHIOXEI) IIAVK IIKKN AI'I'OI.NTED SOLE AtSKNT.S FlMl
J- tliuno Hiihkiuikuh mill aro now propim-il to n'fi'ivn unlurf.
Thf (jrwit mlvAiiUKVri to lu ilurivt'd from tin- t0 of Hie Natiunal Caxb
HiiitKUiiKU am thoroiiKlily t-Htiililirilicd uml ackiimliil,'il bv 1'lauter.i
Tliolru niimbiTiif I'luntcrH uHim; tin-in in tho Utiilctl .Stutt-H, Cub,
ArKftititU' Kojiublk-, IVni, Aiiilrulia uml uUewlu-ru, Im.ir wiimn. to thu
Thu uhh of the .SiiitKiniKn rury lurKoly aitcmiMito tin- iiii.iiitiiv of ran.!
the null cm griinl (25 to .r0 .), aim the oxtr.irlion of juice (.'i t,, 1',).
It in a uri-at eafi'Kuiinl, in.ikin kin.wii at (fln-(. (ho priM-iiri' of ativ
IHi'iM'i. of iron, jtakc-K from earn, or auylhinn wliMi woitlil bo lmbli- to iI.huhkV
tho null, ami allowim; uiiiptb time to roinovf w,uiit' boforo iliun.iin tho mill.
Ihn rtiiiteiiDKit in very htrougly mailo, ami from tlic uiaiiii. r of it opera
lion it tMitH or ttiara tlio-o iii-:iv of wood or iron without often hrfakiui; Hi.
SiiiiKDliKit; anil if unyilijiig bn-akM, it is fimply tunu- of tho knivrv or cultors,
which can In- iniiokly ami ocouomically roplacil. Tin- SiiiiKtini:it, a Its
tiaiiKi uiilicati'H, learn tin i-ann into hIiu'iIh of varviiiK lt'tiKih.., poifui-tly open
JiiK it anil allowing the mill to thoroughly preri. out the jiiieee without re
quiring the iminoiico extra power nccrrxary to riuil or I'nuli tin mIiuIu
cane. The Siikkihikh HjireniU the ihr'ilileil cane uiuforiiily ami evenly to
the mill roll, nml iloin- away with the neeiHiiy of hpieailiii): the lupse bv
liaiiil between the millx, wlmro ri'KriiulinK i" iiium'. No greater amuiuil of
ooiior capaony ih reiiureil to operal.'
fiiiucieut lor tln null, for the above
drawing, for the lu-tHllulinii of our Siiiikiiiikiih, tiuibliu anv eompcient en
gineer to KticceKHfully uihtall and Htiut tlnin
In nrilurniK Kmiikiiukkh (mm iih, pluuhf kdiiiI Kiuall ketch, chowing tho
dminnter and width of the mill ro. i with which Sin.hiiiiKit im to he connected,
uImi the Hide (either right or left hand a you fueo the delivery aido of the
mill), upon which the null engine i- located, alt-n the height ftoin lloor line
to cenH'r of front mill ndl haft, and di-tancc center thib hhaft to front iul
of bed plate. Thi'hf .Shiikdhkiim are now being ued by the Hilo Sttnur Oo.
and lliMvi Mill, Kohala, where they are giving great mitUiai'tiuu.
g TriceH and further parlictilarH may lie had by applying to
AT THK KAMOUH KTOKK OK -
B. F. BHLERB 8b CO.
tSOQ bQll FORT STR.JJQHJT.
A handsome t otton uhru, X B,yle this ..mnoni the lleuti are fau-slmlles nf t'htns
bilk., to see them means to appreciate them,
ttilk ttuish Just out; real Kreiieh deslKiis are the tluest and the erase of thu .w.ou
Oashmere Sublimea SO Oerxta Yctrd I
One of the liaiidfouirsl Wah Materials this neasou emlroiy new and
for the prlre lias no wpial,
WTaito Lawns Etxid IDimlty I
III I'laln, btrled and Cheeked ill xrvat variety,
OT PrwwulUn Ub tk KufUiur( UU. MCNNIIH.
HE KOU.VD AT
I luivc been instructed by
Mit. J. M. di:8a i:Sii.va, pro
prietor of tin? Hawaiian Jap
anksk Uazaah, Hotel struct,
Blook, Holal Btraal.
OP TIIK II WAII.VN Irtl.ANUd.
the SniiKUHhii tliau that which
reiiMiim. We fnrni.h full
IRWIN & CO., LU.
' Agentt f,ir thf llnnniian Ittnmlt.