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OAHU RAILWAY AND LAND CO.
FKOM AND ARTF.K JUSK 1. 1KB.
Tn Kwa Mill
Leave Honolulu .
Leave Pearl City
Arrive Ewa Mill.
Lcn re Kwa Mill
Leave Pearl City.
A. Saturdays only.
C. Hunuays excepted.
1). 8a t unlay 8 excepted.
She gjnilti UtU.
WEDNESDAY, JAN. .11, 1891.
Wki.kf.'iuy, Jun. ;il.
Haw lik It 1 Itlthet, .Morrison. 17 days from
Uttur W O Hull (rum Hawaii un.l Mum
Stmr James Mnkee (rum Kutiul
tittur Kaula from Kiihtiku
Wtn.Nr.mv, Jan. 31.
Btiur Mlkahala for XhwIIIwIII and Kolon
at 6 m
Sttnr KilatifuHiiii for IVpcvkconitd Ilaka-
lait at 12 in
Ortrp;oos from Island Ports.
Ktnir V (J llnllV.T.V Img sugar, '.ill hag
collVu, '.'Ill Img awn, i hil entile, 1
bull, I horse, 151 hat; potatoes m.d 7ft
ritiiir Jnieus .Mnkcu-'.!.Vilhag ugur
Hllur Knnla '!') Img ii;ar.
a uni v a ix.
l'roin Bun I'riincl-cii, tier bk l( I' Itltlict,
Jsti 31 W A H White, A Pawed! uml J
Frew Hiih'iiII iiiitl Msul, per itmr V i
Hull, Jun II 1'rom Vulcntioi Mr Kotli.
Wnyjxirtm W lltrloulu, Mr W KcUl,
MI19 UrueiiHull, J K Kiiiu mnl tluii;litvr,
It MnknhulUa, l MuPihikuII mnl .Vlilcok.
Kor llniiiiikim, jivr tmr Wnlulculv, Jim
MJ-Cnpt I. Alilliorii.
Fur Muul, ixir Minr Cliiuillnv, Jim 3d I',
It Hendry, Mr (InlliijtlK-r. Ill' llsMwlti.
W V 1'ukuo, Joe Plan, Mr (.'uniiltittliniii, J
C C'rowilcr ntul on.
For KnuuI, iter ntmr Iwalnnl, Jnn :v
Ml llnnnuh (lUile, Minn Itluxlit (Irven, li
N Wilcox, A 8 Wlloox, Mm P A Holm-fur
and'JvlilMrcn, U H Scl11nl.lt. K Mnrtzlcr,
J A Aklnn, Tun Wo.
Tliukteamur Mlknhsla leuvu for Nun Ill
will uml KoIiki nt 5 p.m. to day.
'lbe tlenmer W. O. Hall will Icuve 011
her uhubI ruulu nu Krhliiy morntiK
The uteaiiior Jainu Mnkeu enintled her
crKo of UKr Into the hark Ainlruu
The M'hooner C. M. KcIIokk, Ivu win
nitrter, uct'ordliiK lo the Mnrluo Itooord,
left Han KruuvUco on Jan. li for Honolulu
Tin. Hnunllun hark It I' Itlthot. 1 II M
Morrlnon iimter. arrived to-dii), 17 ihiyn
from bnu 1'r.iml-ro, with a kiiihII cnrL-o
conslitlnj; of lum rk lirnu, 300 xk inlddl
Ingt. 3Ju k oat. l.VKi '.,.iL Hour, Union
Keetl Co: I curt, I net liiirnev, HOI ks fur
tlllnTB, (' llrcucr ,V I o, 11 hhU ell, luon '.
Kkn and '.tjo J,-k Crown Hour, Catlu ,v
Cooke; I piano, (' M Cooke; M liars Meiil, 7
hnlvatleul, 3 mills wire, 1 crate wlru nut
ting, 2 LkIM brooiim, J."i hill hiilullu uml 'J
unite pnvkhiKi Cimtln ,V l.'ooke.
Undo Bain Owns Many Oats.
Some three hundred ami odd catrt
are maintained hy the United States
Government, the cost of their nup
port beiuj; carried as a regular itom
on tho accounts of the Post ollico De
partment. These catH are distribut
ed among aliout fifty poKtoUlcos, and
their duty is to keep ratH aud mice
from ealiuir and destroying postal
matter and canvas mail Hacks.
Thoir work is of the utmost im
portance wherever large quantities
of mail are collected, as, for example,
at tho Now York Postolllco, where
from 2000 to .'1000 bags of mail mat
ter are commonly stored away in the
basement. Formerly great damage
was done by tho mischievous roll
outs, which chewed holes in the
sacks and thought nothing of bor
ing clear through bags of letters in
Troubles of this sort no longer
occur since tho ollicial pussies keep
watch. Each of the postmasters in
tho larger cities is allowed from &S
to 10 a year for tho keep of his
feline stair, sending his estimate for
''cat meat" to Washington at the be
ginning of each quarter.
National Band Concert.
The ilawaiiau National Baud will
rouder tho following program at the
Hawaiian Hotel to-morrow evening
at 7:80 o'clock:
March Mai I'oluu On la'u . I.thornio
Overture 1'oet and I'e.trunt. .bupiio
Cornet Holo-Pretty June. .Hartnmn
Dnet-AttllaOiPwi. . Verdl
Medley lloiun Duke llrookh
Haiti Klitre Klurvs (Aiiioub the Dower)
n?w , ,, Herniindes
March- ( olumhlnii (luanl llruok
Tom Ochiltree is fond of telliug
etoriea about his ocean trips, but
one of tho best is that which lie told
last night: " was coming across,
and a very good sort of a Britisher
used to sit with me in the smoking
room. I tried all my best jokes on
him, aud he never cracked a smile.
At last 1 got augrj ami 1 said: "I
don't think nu (Englishman could
see a joke if yon tired it ul him out
of gum' Ami then that blessed
Liigllshinau stood up on his hind
logs aud said: 'How can you lire a
joke out of a guilt'" ,vVu Vork
LOCAL AND OENEBAL NEWS.
A stroug liorso is advertised (or.
Government employer's were paid
S. Koth returned from tlm Volcano
on the V. G. Hall to-day.
Don't forget the band concert at
the merry-go-round this evening.
Jas. F. Morgan will sell liquors,
wines, etc., at 10 a. in. to-morrow.
The Y. G. Hall brought -1KXI bags
of sugar from Lahaiua this thrip.
The sale of furniture by L. .1.
Levey on Friday will bo at 10 o'clock
To-morrow (Thursday) afternoon
the P. G. Councils will hold their
A hat with owner's name inside
has boon lost. A reward will be
given for its return.
L. J. Levey will hold an under
writer's sale of 20 nests trunks and
valises at 10 o'clock to-morrow.
Purser White of The W. O. Hall
reports the Volcano a active and
plenty of rain on the Kotia coast.
A meeting of the Stranger's Friend
Society will be hold to-morrow at
10 a. in., in the V. M. C. A. parlors.
Alex. Young, manager of the Ho
nolulu Iron works, is expected back
U.IBIU I11.LIIIIIIIIIIII1 U bill
,,, . ....
Tho l'unahon,.Ir., and Unknown
football teams will play a game on
Saturday next, hour aud place lo be
The now restaurant, corner f
King and Alakea streets, will open
to morrow. Open from
a. in. until midnight.
l O Clock
The United Chinese Society will
hold a reception on Monday next.
Chinese Now Year, from 12 to 2 p.m.
at the Club House, King street.
On Monday next Jas. F. Morgan
will sell real estate at Kalihi, be
longing to the Daltou estate, nlo
" shares Hawaiian Tramways Co.
Holt gaxu a birthday
luati at his residence
yesterday afternoon and evening, a
uuuiDer or invited gtiots being
Tho arrests by the police up to
I'M o'clock this afternoon were I
Jap, 1 native and 1 Chinaman for
playing die fa. Tho arrests were
made at Waikiki.
Mr. W. Dowuie, Assistant Stipcrin
tundout of the Canadian Pacific
Itailwar. who arrived on the U'nrri
irom niio on ino lviuau on saiur- seized by Cornwell, and while held B" mv" cur,u "' ,,oou ""apanii ana i
'lJ'" .. j by him was struck with a cane by lll'. . ..
A heavy shower of rain foil oarlv 1 Ai'iimniiii.lio dh In I know howo flen , flUUU b Pl UUlCS '
this morning, cooling tho atmosphere " t lo Itoncl- Cornwell. on being 7 . . JT ? "
somewhat. A Kale accoiupanied the ' "'"."iHlrntwl wi h by him for his Att LW$'
a a . ...
llie coniuiauUor anil ollicers of II.
1. .j. 31. 0. .Nnniwa intend l'ivuil'
I banquet ou board the cruiser to pro
j miuout Jnpauese residents on Fob.
! 7th, in celebration of a national lioli.
Thos. Nott lost his assumpsit suit
for S0T1 against A. McDowall, V. F.
Wilson aud A. Cockburu in the Dis
trict Court ou Monday afternoon.
W. A. Kinney noted an appeal for
The lutor-lstaud wharf was croud
ed with Chinese this morning, lay
ing in a stock of oranges for their
new year's, Monday next. A large
quantity of the juicy article came
on tho V. O. Hall.
Owing to an increase in his busi
ness, Charles Uirdlor has had to re
move to more extensive quarters.
He now occupies the store lately
vacated by Macfarlune & Co., direct
ly opposite his former ollico.
J. W. Yarndloy has returned to
Honolulu. Ho came ou the bark
1C. 1 Kithet in company with two
other tourists from Sail Francisco
this morning. Mr. Yarndloy is the
well-known violinist and music
A panoramic viow of the crater of
Mokuaweoweo and a view of Nun- 1
ami Pali are among the latest addi- ,
tious in oil paintings 011 exhibition
in the art rooms of the Pacific Hard- I
ware Co. They are from the hruh !
of C. ,1. McCaudless, and are spleu- ,
didly finished. j
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Turner, the
famous vocalists, are expected ou a
visit to Mrs. Turner's relatives by
one of the coming steamers from the ,
Colonies. Airs. I timer is known 011
tho operatic stage as Miss Annis
Montage, and has been called "the
Hawaiian nightingale." She is aMstor
of C. M. and A. F. Cooke and Mr.
J. U. Athorton.
At the monthly meeting of the
St. Andrew's Church Asnociatlon to
be held in the .Sunday schoohoom
to-morrow, Thursday evening, nt
7:!M) o'clock, a very nice program
of vocal ami instrumental music
will bo prosonted, after which re
freshments will be handed around.
You aru invited to be present, and
will bo ery welcome.
AUCTION AT NO. 4.
Goodly Sum Realized from tho Com
The effects of Kugine Co. No. I,
of the late volunteer Fire Depart
ment, were disposed of at auction
nt the engine hoimc, corner of N1111
auu aud lieretauin t rents, yesterday
oteniug. Harry Armiinge wieldeil
the hammer, and through his etl'orts
. the sum of lf7 was realized Tlic
I llagpole was purchased b .1.11.
! Ilo.vd for $10, and the bell uas
I knocked down to Chang Kim fur
'$17.00. The bell will be placed in
1 the tower of the f liiucc ('lunch on
Kiiiuia street The pictures ou the
walls were bought by ilillereul 1110111
bers, a number being kuivkoil down
to I). N'nhoolewa
There were forty sown metubois
( iutliis company, ami the sum of
coil) is 10 oe iiiviiieu among tliem
Tho dividend will be paid on Satur
moo, is here for the bonelit of his " ooiaiii sntisiaciion.
health. Ho returns ou the Arawa. . Mr. Xeutnaun then gave his ver
.... I sion of his encounter with tho edi-
ROW ON THE STREET.
Rueult of Political Personalities in
tho Horning Paper.
Ueury N Cattle, editor of tho
Advertiser, rodo up to his ollico door
on hU bicycle at a quarter to 11
o'clock this morning. Ho was thoro
met by Paul Neumann, and a quarrel
ensued, tho particulars of which
have been givon to a Bulletin repre
sentative by tho participants, of
whom there were three.
W. II. C'ortiwell said he catno
along as Mr. Castle was attempting
to strike Mr. Neumann. Ho could
not see a latuo mail attacked without
interference, ami therefore ho pulled
Castle back. Neumann then struck
Castlo witli his cane. Castle accused
Cornwell of holding him to be
catied by Neumann, whey Cornwell
said they two (Castle and ho) wore
more of a match, and if Castlo
wauled a fight with him. he was
ready. The challenge was not ac
cepted. II. N. Castle was met on Merchant
street, in front of the United States
Consulate, and wa asked for his
version. He said he had Just reached
the front of tho ollico on his bicycle,
when he was met by Neumann, who
asked him if ho wrote tho article re
ferring to him (Neumann) in this
morning's Advertier. On his reply
ing mat no did so, Nimuimuii struck
him in tho face with his fist.
sirucK nacK ai nun, when no
a .. . .
, interieroiice, satd sometlting alioul
! lighting it was not clear to him
' just what but ho (Castle) replied
that tho matter had gone far enough
for the present.
j Mr. Castlo took oh his hat to show
! the inarks of the cane m Im bond,
I ' the edge of his healji, and, in an-
I "nvt lu ' 'piesiiuii, .ini iiiiil ('rni
Mlood stains on his clothes were
from the blows ho received, one be
ing on his tipper lip against his
teeth. He had not y taken out a
warrant, and had not decided to do
Paul Neumann was found sitting,
as imperturbable as a "tattle, getting
a polish on his boots. In reply to a
ropiest for his ersiou of the epi
sode, he referred the interviewer to
.nu editorial article in vesterdays
1 Adxerlhcr. In that article it was
1 lUAuii) or Charlie Wilson was a liar.
"I wrote a note to Mr. Castle.
) stating that he had grossly insulted
me nun requesting nu apology from
him." Mr. Neumann said. "Well,
you saw his reply in this morning's
Adverli.er, which only aggravated
tho insult, concluding, as it did, with
the quotation, 'Let the galled jnde
weep, our writ hers are tinwrung.' 1
allow no man to call me a liar, so on
this added provocation I determined
I . .. .1 a . 0 a
1 tor of the Advertiser, which agreed
, HuiisinutiallN uilli those oitheotlier
j two parlies concerned. He said he
uas trying to get his back lo the
i wall, owing to his lameness, when
I Castle grasped him by the clothes.
' It was only when he was thus held
that he used his cane to defend him
I self. Mr. Neumann expressed him
, self strongly against the campaign
I of personal abuse conducted by the
OUILTY OF OIIOS3 OIIEAT.
A Ohimunan Who Sold Oigaiottua
Uudor 1'nlsu 1'rotoncus.
Ah Sing, the tiroprietor of a to
bacco .-tore ou the corner of Hot hoi
and King streets, appeared in the
District Court to-dav to answer to a
charge of gross cheat in Houol
' during one month last past bv fal
j ly riqiri'M'iitiug himself to be the
agent of S. KiiIh'., and dealing in
laud selling cigarettes bonring the
' Kuboy brand. Ah Sing pleaded not
1 S. Decker, W. Uariuoand W.Keough
' testilied to liaviug bought cigarettes
I at divers times at the store of Ah
1 Sing. Defendant represented him
self as being the agent of S. Juiboy's
cigarettes, but the cigarettes were
not genuine. Witueos asked for
Jockey Club cigarettes, ami were
handed packages with old labels
boariug I In brand Made A; Co. These
were claimed to be K 11 bey's make.
S. Kubey te.itilied that he was a
cigarutte manufacturer 011 King
street. ilnesos had given him
cigarettes mentioned, aud he had
handed tlieiu lo the Deputy .Mar
shal. Uoiomlaiil war. never autlior-
i(.( () ;.( as i,H tVr,vn,
Defendant oiroriug no defense.
motion to discharge was oser-ruled
and he was found guilty in the
second degree and sentenced to
twenty days' imprisonment at hard
labor aud pay i-.'l. H) costs.
Tiiuy Aro Discharged.
.1. M. Vivas and Frank Ferreira '
! were discharged vesterdav by .ludge
Hoberison ou a charge of being tin- !
lawfully 011 the priuiros of Mr. j
Ronnie. Mrs. Honnio's evidence was
to the cllcot that she saw Vivas in
, her house between the parlor and
j bedroom at 7:l."i p. 111. ou Sunday,
I lauuarv -Nt. a little girl liming
' called Tier attention to the fact that
j a man w:e, in the house As this was
j tlm only direct cidonco defendants
1 could not be hold.
A ti'iianf went to see his landlord
1 about a lioue he had rented, aud
1 about which Im had some fault to
find He meiilioneil several draw
hackr, and tlien said: "And further
more, Mr Oppoiiheimer, the collar
i full of watei " Mr Oppeuheiiner.
llie lamllniil. I'.M'il him with re
proach, and then exclaimed. "Null
ofvatoi Wll. vnt .von expect ' nil
of champagne'" ;j r f;n
;V Well-hmUiii 11. M,
illu and llarni Al-o a
I'iiiii Iv Carriaiiu In uood
lepnlr. Addrii, tathi(; prlcu,
r, (.i. JJo ,e. IV,
And Catarrh In the Hoad
Mr. W. L. Tucker
" t fed that It li ImpoiMWe for me to lay too
much Id faror o( Howl's Samparllla. I wm
a great sufferer from Impure blood and Catarrh
In my head. Job' comforters failed to comfort
raa, and 1 suffered from numerous boll
Agony Dcyond Description.
When t beean to tike Hood's Hirsaparlll 1 had
lx of tliem, only four of which came to bead,
and ilnee tlien. tli.inUi to tills rood medicine. I
I ho been free from thl prent affliction. I
I fi!tirf 1 I nniin.l it. Ilttn tes.il. 11. p.(.Mh
in tnv urua wiutn imi irouMed me lor vein bat
I r --- '- - . " --. ..w vmi..
. nniietcd." w. U Tcckcu, ltojeburg, Oreiroo.
Hoods Pillo cure all l.ler Ills, Dlllou.
oe, Jnundlce, lndlsesUou, hick Headache.
H01IKON, NKWMAN A CO.,
Agents for Hannllau Islnnds.
By Jas. F. Morgan.
I Champagne & Liquers !
A.T 14"5T BALiBSROOM
I Ull.l. hKU. AT ITlll.lt All rins
TO-MOKKOAV. I-VI. lt,
AT 10 O'CI.OOK A. M.,
An Invoice of I.Iipinra, roiuprUllii;
CAHES IMKT WI
( AHIW (3I.AKKT,
Real Estate and Stock
On MONDAY, Vvb. 5th,
AT I'. O'CLOCK SOON.
At mv Hsleitroom. Oueen struut. I will .sell
nt Pull ic Auction nil thn llltiht, Tltlu mid
Interest of 1 atheriiie Daltou, Mary Ualtou
atid John Palton, of V uturford. Irilund,
hulii a threu-ipiarter Interest in those Pre
mises sitllutml at
I'oriiinrlv occiu.lcd hy the late Peter Uul
toil 1'he lit comaliis 4 117-ldO Actus.
Vttv the e Is a Cotta'e Olithoiisnit, etc.,
Oil tlie Lot
Al-o, at the same lime will lie sold
75 Shares of Hawaiian Tram
ways Company Stock.
I'orlurlher particular appl) to
Jaa. 3T. Morgan,
I'KH S. S. "AUSTRALIA."
At the Beaver Saloon,
H. J Nolto. Proprietor.
1 ATTENTION I
King Street Restaurant,
Corner King j2Sjl Alike St.
Everything Served In First Class Style.
Hoard li the Wok
H It will lx' iiHii tin ur about tin- lt
IMJ-lm AH II KK .V CO., fr.jp.
Stmt, J!:, Merry go Round
Everything Served Id FIM Class Style.
J I Meal Ticket
Fowl Three Times a Week
Tiii'iU) und Tlittrdii) iittiiMiti, Mm
1 ilny nt upT.
' !ll Im CHUCK (JIXO, Prop.
- Wll.l, ItKOl'KN
Monday, February 12th.
AititltiMitttiti-i ftir iiiltiiUtiliiii liinilil
Li iinitlu ttiniMitlntvty, oUitlnn a niui
Btatniiiij; of iiflfcHiit, to
Mutual Telephone Go.
r-piir. MITUAI. TKI.KPHONi: COM.
J. pauy having retvlvcd the lati-t im
proved utt'ieliiiieiit In the way of Heavy
(.'urreiit or l.ltihiidim Arr'ter nre now
preuirisl 10 furiiMi the ame to their uli.
.eriiHTt ut 11 110111I1111I -.-t otiiiii(eatloii.
'. O. IIKIIllKlt.
FUKNI8HED 1100M9 TO LET.
Ir u 1 1 n 1 s 1 1 1 : 0 liooM.s
. at No. S I'ulon atreit,
llvu minute' walk Irom the
Post tlllii'ii. (Ml If
hvhod. Applv to "A. M.,'
P.O. Dot I.I. Ull-'ju
rpwo MCKI.Y ITIt
L iiIkIm'iI ItiHim for
Ouiitlemeu ut No, I (iiinleii
ROOMS TO LET.
'sVo ItOtl.Mts WITH
A Klteheii. rilltahle for
Othce or Hoiisukeepliii!.
Iiiipilre ul C. OuruS HI mo
'Pe ItKST A IIOl'HK.
I fornlirlithiiiiau. Ad-
ilress "A.." Hi iif.ri Of.
I lice, Mating price and par
tlcuilara. nil Iw
FURNISHED ROOMS TO LET.
I X IIIMlCll KlrUIMN on U-
III111 strict, opiMilio Kua-kluii-trciit.iilio.it
ute' wulL from .Niiimiiu street curf. Aih
1 ply ut this ollk-o. H.U tf
REAL ESTATE FOR SALE.
I 7 VAl.t'AIII.K. I'IKCKS OF
' I iniiirovid I'ropertv, located
I In dllh'iciit Parts of the ( Ity of
Honolulu, all luruain. Apply
1 for full uirtieiilarN to
llltrCK ,V A. J CAKIWUIOHT.
, HORSE STRAYED
INTO Nu, 1 .j KINO
stICVl. (I". HIT CM II
have kuiiiii h Itlentifv.
iiiK It and pa.MUK for
this advcrll I incut.
1 uri .t
HAWAIIAN UUINTETTE CLUB.
Mt'hli Kl HMnllKIl KOIt u
llauces, I'artn s, l.iniiu,
I'll!., hv I lit- II.IKullllll (Jlllll.
ti Ite I'lllh For leriur elc,
. imiuirc of
AIN II WII.IOKAI.
I 111" hi No. u ItichanN street.
I.I ()WI'.I! (IK 1.(1 IS US' TMK
1. Wlllklkl side of the I lllholic I erne,
tery are riiifttii lo inn t nt the i emclcrv
I ou MUMMY, l'cl. VJ Imii.
Jll .'u l'lHt OUDKK
1 FOR SALE
rpiu. rritsiTiui: 01 m. no i.vis
L iniiipicti inr h'.usi Kei plin;, Im liidinn
a tile I priht Clin l.erlnw I'liiuo and a
Sew 1 1 kiii 1- .seniuu' Mn liilic Appl) ai
.No. ss li ri'i.inui -lii'.'i, nt 11 r I'uuuliiiou I,
Dl UlN'ii HIK .MIl'..NCKllKCin K
Umk irom ill" Uliin.ls Cliuck Kwoiilj
1111U 1 . Van Hiu will act for him In ail
Im. ine matter under ismer id attorney.
No. la .Nuiianu lnit,
I lluimlulu, Jsu, ."j, lvi, UiVln
' mi, . vtnT,i
CAN ALWAYS HE FOUND AT
NT. S. S-A-CH
BBO irort Street, Honolulu.
The "Mother's Friend" Patent Shirt Waist!
I'lils U the lutvt liiiprori-tni'iit In llo.is' . Shirt W'nl.t uiul u truv frlciiJ t
mothers! no more button to rw nn,ii thr-c rntniut cone-otr. We har
thorn In wliiti-uud in fntic.v pvrunle from 'ii-vtit iipunnl
HOYS?' CAl.tno WAISTS IN AM. H1ZI AT J., OKNIS.
IjltP"! Hlnii. In
Children's Cloth Caps, University and Pinafore
We Iihvp llitMii In f'rentn, Cnnllnn!, Vnvv Utile mnl Hcnl Ilrcmii.
CHII.PKKN'S AND ISK.VNT'H FANCY FI.ANNIM. COATS nt vitv low prlo..
W'Ari'.llKI) WASH ItlltlKIVb IN A I.I. ol.OI!H.
THE ADELINE BLACK STOCKINGS
The) arc pronounel tint bit li) nil lm lisvc (,'lwn tliem 11 trlnl. W'c hove
them for nillc, Kent, children and lufatii. 111 pluln, rlbbeil.ilrop ttltch
ami imi work. . , . In'lln' Ailelinc dlni'k Stn-kiiii relurel to.'lcvnta
r pnlr. . . . l-adlc' Dlimiuiul Itbek Mo-kiiic at iieiiti K.'r pair.
Have iiii een theCHtl DltKN'R 8CIKIOI. HATS th.st we arc elllliK for W center
Th nre Jut the thlnj; for Hoy or Olrl.
JbL. S- LEVY
513 Robinson T3loek, Hotel Street.
HAS RECEIVED NOTICE !
A I.AltOK AHHOIITMKNT OK
Japanese Silk Craj
IN KYKN'INtl HIIADKri
axksi: Ba.aak, I lotfl blrect,
to st'll Ills. rt(K'k III JAP-
Iiulin SilkM, ANKSB (JOODS.
Striiifil Fluiiflftti's, ...
K5r A !ij usMirtiiii'iit ul
(Jliwked FlmiuluttfH. .IAPANISSE IWVKli XAP-
Silk Crape, kixs w-, )(. hj LCsSS Tllxii
Shawls, 1'jtc, l2ltj. tiist.
513 Roblnion Block, Hotel Street.
National Cane Shredder
; I'A'rr.Ni'Ki. pndku hik laws
pilK UNDKUSlONKIl IIAVK IIKKN AI'I'OINTED SOI.K AUENTS FllK
there HiliiKHiiKiis mnl urn now prepared to receive orders.
The gical iiilvuiihiges to be derived from the use of the National Caxu
HiuiKiiUKli are llioroiighly esUihlishol uml Mckuuwlcdccd bv J'l.uittr
The larwe iiiuuhur of Pluutcrs uhiiik them in tint United Stuti, Cub,
Argentine Republic, IVru, Australia .mil ulsowheru, Ii.mi wiiues to the
The use of the Hiiukiiiikk very l.iruelv nugmenip tin ipuntitr of c.uic
the null can riml C-'.'i tn ol) v), u. tie extraction .if unci (.' t li',).
I It is a great aaleguurd, nmkinv; known at unci- the presence of any
( piece, .if iron, .tukch from cms, or anything which wmiM be liable to ilnnmge
.... mnl, ..nu uiiuiiiK uhiiik nine Mi remove on me iie'iip- il.iimigiug the mill.
I he SiiitEluiKU is very strongly mnilc, ami fr.un tin- mmiiier of it opera
tion II outs or tears iIicm- pitccsol wood or iron withoiii often breaking the
HiiitKiuiKu; ami if anything breaks, it is simply sum... if the knives or cutters,
which can lie ipuckly ami ccoiioinicaUv replaced. I'ho SiikkiujKK, us it.
miino imliciitcs, tenri the cane into fbreds .it vurvlng length, pcifcclly open
ing it ami allowing the mill to thoroughly pro out tin juicer without re
ipiinng the immense extra power uccexsary to grind or crush the v hole
chiio. Tho SlIKKMUKli spieade. the slirchlcil cmie iiiiiformly ami evenly to
the mill rolls., uml does, hmh.v with tin nccchsitv of spreaibng the bagasse bv
mud but ween the null, where regrinding i- in Use No greater umounl Jf
boiler capituilj is ri'ipurc.l to oporui. the Siiukuuku than that winch w.t.
sulheieut Inr the null, for the above reasons. We furnish full working
drawings for the installation of uur Siikkiiumim, i.m,iK ,,m ciiniiclent en-
j,....,.. in niiucisniiiiiy lllniail Hllil stiUt till-Ill
In orilering Smiikiuikkh fiom us, please scud small .kitch, sIiuwhib the
iliameier and width ol the mill ro, 1 with ulmh MiiihiuiKK is In he connected.
also the side (either right 01 left hand a. ou face th- delivery side of the
I mill), upon which the null cngim i lo.iited. .ds.. th. height from limit line
Ul I'entiir.if front mill roll shaft, ami hl 111c iter tin- shift to fmni cud
of bed plate These Shiikhhchs are tniwluiug u-cd bv tin llili. Sugar Uu.
and llan'i Mill, Ivolnda, where tbev an giving great satiVfai linn
gW I'rices mid further particulars niav be had h applvmg In
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B- F. EHLBRS &c GO.
tSOQ i 15 11 XrortT E3TR.1HB1T
Canton Wash Falorios I
A hsndsoiue I ottou l-ahrle. New Htylcs this season the eilocis nre facsimile, of Chiu.
HIIKs in si .1 tliem means In upprrciatu them.
I Hill nulsh just out , real French designs an- the lines! and the urate ul tho se.i.ou
OaBhmere Sublimes SO Cents Yard I
One of the handsomest ash .Materluls this season riuirvir iich sua
fri lliu i.sliin lnu . I
w .tie ii.
tr BcmiHie Uir Um
Wliito I-ia."WTas and IDirxilty I
In Plnlii, HtrijK-il mid Checked In great variety,
j la t ii
1 liiivc liiu'ii inslriK'ted by
Mh.iI.M. dk.Sa kSii.va, pro
nrk'torot' tlu IIawaiian.Iap-
ok nu: 11 wvaiian i&i.an-us.
G. IRWIN & CO., L'd
.s.ir lrnf i.r the rndiiinn Ma.L.
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