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OAHU RAILWAY AND LAND GO.
KllOM AND AFTER JUNK I. 1KO.
To Ewa Mill.
i ave Honolulu
Leave I'enrl City...,
Arrive Ewa Mill....
Leave Ewa Mill..
I-eave Pearl City.
A. Saturdays only.
U. Hundnya excepted.
D. Baturdays excepted.
Ut gniljj Utln.
friday, feb. 9, 1894.
FniDAY, Feb. 0.
Btnir J A Cummins from Koolau
Hclir Mahlmnlil (rum Wnlnlua
VomoU leaving To-morrow.
llrit senior W l Sayward, Percy, for North
Am tern Kampa, I'etcnon, for 8nn Frmi-
Oargoot from Island Porta.
Stnir J A Cummins loot) lings sugar.
VossoU In Port.
UBS Philadelphia, llnrkcr, from Callao,
UHH Adams, Kclpon, from a cruise
H 11 M B Champion, llooke, hsqulmnult
HUMS Nnnlwn. Mori, from Jntnu
Am l)K Margaret, I'ciersou, Comox, from
Am sehr Transit, Jortfi-nscii, from Ban
Am bktno Jlnry Wlukclman, Nlssen, from
Newcastle, N B W
Am tern Zampa, l'dcnon, from Ouyama,
Am alil it 1 Cheney, Molicr, from Do-
Am tern Ulcndalo, Johnson, from Eureka,
Am bk Albert, Urlfllili", from Ban Fran.
Ilrlt ship Kietemft, Itlimner, from New
l!r bark Mllalla, llarland, from I.Ivor.
Haw blc It V Itlthct, Morrison, from Ban
Haw bktue Kllkltat, Culler, from l'ort
Haw bk Andrew Welch, Drew, from San
Hrlt bk ''cloclty, Martin, from Hongkong
Our bk Nautilus, Asslng from Llverjiool
Forolgn VossoU Expoctod.
USB Munowiit, Curey, from San Fran-
clico, due Feb 13
C AH 8 Antwa, Btuurt, from Vancouver,
II C, due Feb B3
O 8 S Australia, Houdlvtte, from Ban Fran.
citco. dun Fob 21
O A B 8 Wnrrlmoo, Ferry, from Sydney,
due I oh 2d
OAOHS Oceanic, Bmlth, Irum Ban Fran
clrco, duo March 5
O B 8 MnrlKn, Huyward, from Sydney,
due March 8 '
I) A: O 8 H duello, I'carno, from Hongkong
and Yokohama, due May II
Am hkttiuHkiiglt, from l'ort (lamble, now
Am bk Harvester, from Hun Frunclnco to
Am bktno Dln-ovury, from Bun Frunclico,
Clor nil Terpsichore, from Now South Wnlos,
Haw bk Helen Drawer, from New York,
Am sell Balvator, from N 8 W, Jan 2)
Am bktno Hllo. from N S W, Jun 31
Ilrlt nil Easlcraft, from N 8 W, now due
lik Xantlppe, from N H W, Jun 'JtKlt
Ilk M Hackfcld, from l.lverool, now due
tier bk (lalvostou, from Amoy, now due
Her bk J U Glade, from Liverpool, Apr 1-10
Lyman I) Foster, from N 8 W, Feb 12
The torn Zampa will leave to-morrow for
the Coait with a load of sugar.
A new mooring lust I being driven In at
the comer of the lntcr-IInnd wharf.
The steamers ruiala and Makco will lie
due to.morrow morning from their rosiicc
The llrltli.h sealing schooner W I'. Say
ward, Geo. It. Fercy muster, Is expected to
leave for tbo North Faclllo Ocean to-nmr-row.
The schooner's mauifent shows: It
shotguns, 3 rilles, 12 ken txiwder, IX) sacks
shots, 300 rlllo shells, 600 bras shells, 10,
000 primers, 1 revolver and I sealskin.
On January Kith, 17th and ISth oil' Cupe
Flattery tho bark JohnO. I'otter, encoun
tered a heavy BE and 8V gale, with a ter
rible rea running, completely tloodlng the
vessel; flooded cabin, forecastle and car
penter shop, smashing things to splluten
uud washing them overboard; blew away
several new sails; lisle lasted to 41 N;
from thence to port light south and north,
erly winds. 8. '. Exchiimjt.
A SUCCESSFUL EXHIBITION.
A Numbor of Pooplo Entertained by
O. Nastor Edison.
Sovoral mombors of tho press, in
cluding a Bulletin representative,
and about twenty invited guests,
were present last evening at the Ar
lington Hotol to witness a private
exhibition of the phonograph. Two
machines were used, each being of
tho latest improved pat torn. Scores
of records were unrolled, most of
which wore entirely now in this city.
Duriug tho evening a record of Wil
liam fl. Hoogs' voico was tnkon. It
was reproduced exactly as the singer
rondored it. The exhibition was a
most creditable one in every respect,
and aftor it was over Messrs. C. Nes
tor Edison and F. C. Cauoll were
warmly thanked by all who were
present. Both gentlemen will ap
pear to-morrow evoninir at Y. M. (J.
A. hall, when a public exhibition
will be given. Ueserved seats are
now on sale at Hobron, Newman A:
Co.'s drug store.
Tho experience of Geo. A. Apgnr,
of Gorman Valley, X, )., is well
worth remembering. He was trou
bled with uhrouie iliarrhma anil
doctored for live mouths and was
treated by four dill'orenl doctors
without benefit. He then began
using Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera
and Uiurrliti'a Womody, of which one
Miiall bottle uUoututi a complete
cure. Ills for sale by all dealers.
Benson, Smith A: Co., Agents for the
LOCAL AND OENEBAX NEWS,
At 4:05 an alarm sounded for a firo
near tho bridge at Waikiki.
Tho P. G. band will play at tho
Hawaiian Hotel this evening.
Captain Ztogler has boon ro-eleet- j
od as commander of Co. A of the '
1 . U. guards.
Seven desortors from contract sor-
vico with the Intor-Island Steam
Navigation Co. are reported.
Tho Salvation Army still hold
thoir noon-day mcotiiig at the cor
ner of Nuuanu and Queen streets.
Harry von Wortheru, Jr., is shortly
to opon a collection agency near the
corner oi Alakea ana King streets.
Tho mail forwarded by tho S. S.
a i .,i nsin.,i f. ii. ...!
consisted of 85IH lotters and 1230 !
Owners of stock aro directed to
tho offer of pasturage at Kaueohe
ranch, and the service's of tho cele
brated stallion Nutgrovo.
Engineor Walter Bromloy, of En
gino Co. No. 2,
ino Co. No. 2. has irono totho Coast
tor a month's Vacation. Louis Wes-
nor is his substitute during absence.
K. Ocura k. Co. annouueo that the
S. S. Aikoku Marti, to arrive about
tho end of March, will bo despatch
ed for Yokohama on or about
A cornot solo, played by a member
of tho band, will be recorded at the
phonograph exhibition to bo given
to-morrow evening by C. Nestor
Philip Taylor, who was formerly
connected with the local electric
light company, is at present in
Eureka, Cal., and is engaged in the
name lino of business.
Judging from the advance sale,
Mr. C. Nestor Edison, will be greet
ed by a full house to-morrow even
ing whon ho appears with his fnmotis
loud-talking phonograph. Seats are
on salo at Hobron. Newman & Co.'s
A now bus was noticed on King
street yesterday aftt'moon. It was
built by W. Wright, wheelwright,
King street, being entirely con.
structed in his shop. It is well,
built and a fine specimen of local
manufacture. Tho bus was built to
tho order of F. Smith, who will iimj
it on his Palama and Kalihi route.
AUCTION SALE OF STAMPS.
Oood Pricoa Roalizod for Hnwnilau
Stamp Now and Old.
Tho attendance at tho sale of sur
charged Hawaiian stamps at tho
auction room of J. F. Morirnu at
noon to-day was largo aud the prices
realized woro good
r sheet oi lirty
It of tho sale:
stamps and prices per
stamps was the resu
1 cent blue, $2.75 mid $1 a sheet: 2
cent vermilion, 1 sheet S&t, twu
sheets, $30; 2 cent brown, ?."i.2."i sheet ;
2 cent rose, $1 sheet ; fi cent dark
blue, $t shoot; (I cent green, .?!
shoot: 10 cent vormillon, ST.oO sheet;
ID cent brown, .$11.50 sheet; 2o
cent violet, $18 sheet; 1 sheet 1
cent violet 1893, 55.75. Thirteen 2c.
stamps 18(H) woro sold for $10 the
lot. Sixteon 2 cent vermilion of ISO I
woro knocked down at $1.25. Sheets
of 5 cout stamps of l&Vi, twenty
stamps on a sheet, were purchased
at $21 a sheet. Twenty sheets of i:t
cout stamps of 185!) wore sold at $7.
SIN WON SINO HIS NAME.
Identity of tho Chinaman Found
Drowned is Rovoalod.
to the findinir of the
to inquire into the rinding of
dead body of a Chinaman iu the
harbor rondored n verdiot in the
afternoon that doath was caused by
Tho body was proved to bo that
of Sin Won Sing, about thirty years
of ago. Ho lived with n fellow conn
tryinau iu tho same room. On Mon
day morning ho was missod by his
room-mate, who did uot bother over
tho fact, as ho thought Sin Won
Sing had gone out to call ou uoigh
i.n it i.:.... -m. :...... v.,... v.. 'it..
uuidi a uijihk vjniiiu.il) .inn i uui 3i
As tho visit was prolonged tho room-
main mmio iu(uirios, ami wuoti no
hoard of tho landing of tho body
called at tho Station. Although the
body had boon buried tho descrip
tion tallied with that of Sin Won
Sing, Ho loft no property beyond
a few chattels. A brother of the
drowned man lives at Waialua.
Assault Case from Ewa.
Tho two Chinese who were
brought from Ewn about two woelts
ago, for assaulting a Chinese police
officer, aro ou trial iu tho District
Court to-day. Tho defendants are
charged with assault with a deadly
woapon, viz., a big heavy wooden
pipe. The officers head was so
badly hurt that he has been lying iu
tho Queen's Hospital until recently.
Both defendants claim they wore as
saulted first, one showing in evi
dence a bullet hole through the
lleshy part oi tuo right leg, and tue
other a hole through the sleeve of
Is Not a Spy.
Editor Bulletin: -
A very short time ago 1 wns accus
ed of being a I. G. spy in a public
place, aud was requested to make
myself scarce. Now. to all such ac
cusations, I want it distinctly under
stood that 1 nm uot iu the govern
ment service and never was, mid
I furthermore 1 never received a 5c.
I nickel from the povorumoiit.
I Antom: Cloys.
Honolulu, Feb.'.), lKUi.
O. W. O. Hardmaii, Sheriff of
Tyler Co., W. Va., appreciate a
good thing aud does not hesitate to
pay no. J lo was ulinonl prnstraiiil
with a cold when liu immured a bot
t lo of Chamberlain's CoiikIi Konn'il).
He says; "It ,ao inn proinpt relief
I find it to ho nn iiivaluahlo remedy
for coughs ami eolils." For salo ly
all duulnr. Bonson, Smith Co.,
AoiitH fur tho llawuiiau Islands.
StJOESS OF A NATIVE BOY.
Becomos an Owner of Sealing Ves
selsBad Fortune Cannot Down
The British Healing schooner V.
r Sayward, Captain Fercy master,
t.nlllLinto port on Wednesday last!
twenty-six ilavs from Victoria, B. C.
Slio is on her way to the Japan seas,
and called in here for repairsj two
of her boats having been stove in on
tho pnssago. Anion her hunters is
a young native Hawaiian named
Henry Mttmloti, of Kauai. He loft
i his homo thirteen years ago to seok
his fori lino abroad. Being a thrifty
lad he soon mounted the ladder to
' a position yielding linn a snug littlo
I income. He owned two soaliiiir
schooners and was captain of one
uiimeii. .Misfortune. However. over-
l.,ok !'im v.I"-,,for violating Cana-
until iau, uis scuoonurs were seizeu
and confiscated by the Government.
He was married while in Victoria to
a half Indian half Hawaiian woman.
' With tho little that was left him
after the loss of his vessels ho is
having another schooner fitted out
for a sealing cruise, and rather than
"." ".'""'H V ,BU "VV.. '"iu"
",.,".l'ro,,VI" T nm" ." "V" ?
position of liunter on tuo scaler W.
P. Sayward. To tho uninitiated it
ay bo ititurcslin
to know that a
hunter does not
anything on a
sealer except eat aud sleep until ho
tf.lta Ir. Ili.t Lftntt,l ifrinmrL tt'lw.ti
ho is lowered in n boat with a rifle. I
Then all that is required of him is ,
to "lay out" as many seals as he can.
A successful hunter ucuerallv makes
about SHm on n trip. Lately, Mr.
Muudou says, a young Hawaiian,
resident at ictoria, made $2800 as
hunter on .1 ni.i1inir selionnnr. I In
returned homo nnd in two weoks ho
was "dead broke." i
"It's the only thing that keeps up
ictoria, .uumion says, "healers
1 go off for two or three mouths, nnd
return with a few thousand dollars,
which they 'blow in,' and off thoy
go again. Sometimes when tho
sealers return saloous and restau
rants nre kept open nil night."
On tho W. 1'. Sayward is a half
Tahitian who had a relative hero in
1 former years. He was a Frenchman
known to natives as Victor. He re
sided nt Itoiiiond Grove. Tho half
Tnhitiau is also a hunter on tho W.
V. Sayward. Shortly after arrival
he made ouipiirics about town and
was acquainted with the news of tho
death of his undo Victor. Tho
widow, however, and a son of Vic
tor's are living and the hunter was
directed to them.
I Now Rules Capt. Hnyward Demurs
I -Divorco Suit.
I'roposod new rules for
promo Court aro posted at
trance to tue uierits oiuce,
reipieM to barristers to mako
..0StiOIIH f .. occur to them.
(..,,, Howard of the S. S. .
Capt. Havward of the S. S. Mari
posa lias entered n demurrer to the
complaint of Itnlph It. Foster, on
tho ground that said complaint does
not state fuels sulllcieut to consti
tute a caue of action.
Henri G. McGrew, bv his guardian,
('. L. Carter, has filed a libel for
divorce, returnable at the May term,
agmtiM his wife Alphotisiuo. Dr. M.
Miner and E. B. l'omeroy mid divers
men in Sau Francisco, whoxu names
aro to the liliellaut unknown, aro
mentioned in the libel.
Ilenrv V. llnuaril linn lilml n him.
tion in the Circuit Court to enter '
judgment against the Kllauea Vol -
cauo Hotii-e Company for default of
an answer to his complaint within
twenty days. The claim and Inter
I'M amounts to lll.2tl, and the nt
torney's bill of cosls is $18.10. Car
ter & Carter for plaint iff.
Tho Wat.son conspiracy cae was
still on befoie Judge Whiting aud a
unlive jury this afternoon.
In tuo .Manoa land ejectment case
, a vordiel was rendered against C. l
laukoa in favor of one of the plain
tiffs for half of the laud.
C. Bolte's petition for discharge
as administrator of the estate of tuo
late Adolf Aschheim came before
Judge Cooper. It was continued at
the request of Mr. Hartwoll, attor
ney for petitioner, till the 2.M iust.
Keceipts have been $57,101.11 mid
expenditures $.'111,527.75, leaving a
"-i ' ......,..
balance of $20,57.'l.litl
JudiM Cooper lietrnu tho hoariuir
of tho bill in equity for specific per
formance of the People's Ice & Ho
frigernting Co., and continued it un
til to-morrow. Carter & Carter for
plaintiff; Hatch and C. Brown for
(liioil ratiir:u;u lv the month or veur. All
i Horn's will in well looked utter
uud kept in piiildoi'kt,
TIIKxlANDAIlll lllll.ll TIIOTU.NO NTUIO
ItcL'ord 'l:M in Honolulu,
Will make 'he si-iimhi nt this Itnnch until
July I. iv.i. TKItMh, fJ.
1 I'l.-i iiiI'Timm 1'imli'd shi, ,,io. Ii.ij, 10
hilinls hlh 'llnl welKhl lllAJ pounds,
I'l.hliilti.l : ll "llrmvi'iior." hi "Ad
iiiinUlMtor," h "Ktvljk's lluiulltoninu
lo." Dam h "Viitw I," record a:l.J,.
I'nr further particular ppl to
J I' MKN'DONt'A. KlIlieoliH, oi,
i . IIOI.IK. Honolulu.
Straet, v't2j Merry go Itound
Everything Served in Hr-t Class Style.
L' i Cents
Ji Mial lii'si't- . (I .0
Fowl Three Times a Week
I ii -d.i) and lliii-l.n at noon, miii-
lll lit Mip. I.
till Im Cllui K INi, I'rup.
I'lMli; WI.BKI.Y MULLBTIN-'JS Villi
I 1. miuiKol Intcrukttui: HtmdlliK Matter,
I lnUmli.Jf mulled tn fortli! f)untrl''1J5
VAGRANT BAILOR BEGGING.
He Makes the Mistake of Going to
a Detective's House.
A foreigner who has been annoy
ing pooplo on School and Nuuanu
stroots rocontly, by calling at houses
while male members of tho family
woro absent from homo, was corner
ed by detective Larson this morning.
Tho man had boon in tho habit of
asking for soup and other delicacies,
and, if ho couldn't got any of these,
he would ask for clothes. His mot
recout adventures show that there is
nothing mean about him. Ho called
on a nativo family and asked for
soup. As no such delicacy was in
tho house ho was told so, whon ho
asked for some money and a coat.
At another house the man pleaded
poverty and asked for clothes, but
as his faco was cut in sovoral places,
showing ho had been in a rotigh-aud-tumblo
fight, he was orderod off
tho promisos. Tho man called at
tho houso of Dotectivo Lareon this
morning, during Mr. Larson's ab
sence, and asked for soup. His faco
was cut aud clotted blood besmear
ed his countenance. Ho was ordered
off tho promisos. At the houso of
Dr. Emorson ho asked for ton couts,
which was given him. At this stage
Oflicor l'uni arrived on tho scene
and tho mau was takon to tho Sta
Hon for investigation. There ho
fttAtl'M fll.lt lll IVJII A ttsilnr Mllfl Imil
doserted from tho schooner Bangor,
which loft lately for tho Coast. Ho
!iad not beou doinif anv work since.
but expected to secure a berth on
tho bark Villalta soon. Tho only
money ho had on his person was the
ten cents given him at tho Emerson
residence, lie was an Irishman. An
order was givou him that ho report
at V o'clock every morning at the
station, nil ho leaves tho country.
Now Law Passed in Samoa by Ad
vico of Chief Justlco Ido.
Tho following ordinauco is pub
lished iu the Samoa Herald of Janu
ary 27. That paper doos not think
tho natives will regard tho now law
iu tho event of war. Chief Justice
life, who suggested tho humane en
actment, is from Vermont and only
went to his post two or threo mouths
Whereas Samoa is a Christian laud
and ought not to allow any cruel or
barbarous thlui; to bo clone, and,
whereas all civilized nations now re
gard cutting off the heads of those
killed or wounded iu war, or mutila
tion of them iu any way, as coward
ly, cruol and barbarous, therefore
tuo Government of Samoa, at the
recommoudution of tho Chief Justice
of Samoa, hereby ordaius aud enacts
Section 1. The King will never
receive tho head of any person killed
iu war or in suppressing a rebellion.
Sec. 2. In the suppression of rebel
lion or in any war in Samoa it shall
lie unlawful to cut off tho head of
any person killed or wounded.
Si:c. .'). It shall bo unlawful for
any person to carry or display tho
dissevered head of nil enemy killed
in war or in suppressing rebellion.
Si:c. I. Any person violating the
provisions of sections 2 nnd .' of this
Ordinance shall be punished by im
prisonment at hard labor for a period
of not more than 0 years, and not
loss than ono year, and if he is a
chief or talking man, hi title shall
be taken from mm.
Sec. 5. The Supreme Court of
1 Samoa shall havo jurisdiction of all
prosecut'ons under this Ordinance.
Enacted at Mulimiu. on this 2lrd
day of January, 1801.
MRS. R. LISHMAN
AT 50 CENTS PER POUND.
Hell Telephone HI". HVJ-tl
Y. M. C. A. HALL
SATURDAY EVENING, FEB. 10.
Edison's Latest Triumph
MR. C. NESTOR EDISON
Who will Introdnen Billion's Very Lnteil
Loud Talking l'lioiitn
ll.i'ords of the Volees ol n mimlter of
1 1 mii I fiivorlteit will be tnkmi nod repro
iluci'tl before the uudlenue.
All thu Uitiist HeleelloiiN In Hand Mnsii
by Konsa nnd Ollmore'M Cehtbruted llitnds
heiides the Latent 'omlo uml Heiitlmcntiil
Hoiik will lie remlured.
HCALB OK I'KICBS.
Ilel Hiutx tri'M'ri-d) T.'ie. ; Oood Senln
(unreiirveil Wkj. AiiiiIs1oii for Child.
Hei'erved Seats on rjle nt Holiron.
i Newimiii A Co. Thursday morniiii;.
King Street Restaurant,
k Alakea Bta.
Everything Served In First Class Style.
Hoard by the Week
Vk- win Ihi npi'ii on or about the 1st
HIJ-liii AH HKi: A CO., Prop.
All kind of Commrrcial I'rinliny
I jiroiiij)y fztculrd at low rae$ at the
Dyspepsia and Indigestion
,JfJ7v-r 'r vt
tlr$. A, risks
The combination of excellent itonueh
tonics In Hood's .Samparllla Is inch that,
with proper attention to diet, Indlgeitlon
nd even llio worst cases of dvspcpiU ut
cured by this medicine. Read this:
" Having for "Trr.il nm hen mitt
troubled with Indention, and having in
Hood's Bariapftrilla advertistd, I eonctudtd to
Hr It a trial. To mr hipi'lnen and rreat sattt
faction I found It to lie ibr on If rtmeitrforUils
comnlMnt." Mm. K. l'isiu, 4'.'5 Uearr Stmt,
Ban Vrancltco, Cal.
Hood's Pills act easily, yet promptly ao
Dels ntlr, on tho liver and bowels. 250.
HOHIION", NKW.MAN A CO.,
AKents (or Hawaiian Islands.
W. F. Reynolds, : Prop.
ST. VALENTINES' DAY
FEB. 14, 1BB4.
II V iln iiftf io hi fur ijriiuliiiji nut
Slfrlai'let uml EijhjUiw, bill n? run
fit you ul prlif in iiii'iinfitiirf irllh Hit
ol'lt I.IVK OI"
DOLLS & GAMES
l WKM. ASMOUTIII).
Thi' Klllttnl All Typ writer.
Purses and Card Cases,
Teunls Rackets and Supplies,
Croquet and Baseball Goods,
Full Supply of Fine Stationery,
Guitars from $4.00 Up.
tt- Music and Books ordered by
And don't foruet CASH U lln
bails of our bindiiusH mid It til v ti n lulks.
ELECTION OF OFFICERS.
TTHB ANNUAL MK.BTINO OKTIIB
t. Ul.l.vu.N Hum Vul.i.M hmiKTV held
on February 7, isill, the billow Inn Olliceri.
were uleeted, vl. i
II A. Wi'li'ioaiin
J. K. Hiu-kfehl .
I'. Klamp . ,
.1. K. Hi'kardt
II. .1. Nolle . .
J. K. Huekfeld
X niiihi'il ItiHiins
iii'iiiiniiii'ii in .mi. i innii'ii mii
FUR.VISUED UOOM8 TO LET.
'pWO NH'BI.Y IT It-
1. Illhlifll lioOIIK Oil l.i-
lllui htriet, oiiiilti Kim
kinl ntri'i't. nlHiut live niiii-
utes' wall from .Suu.iiiu tcrt ears. Ap
ply at thU ollliu. all tf
TWO SICK niTTAIH'.S
to rent on Nuutiiiu
street. Iietwi'ini Yinexard
mid Si liuol strri'ts. i'ii-,i-
sail 1 1 liii'uli'd. I'm partu illars implv to
T. Sv. HollltON,
HIT-1 f 1 on strei t
K12AL ESTATE FOH SALE.
- VAi.iT.vm.i-: I'li.i i. oi
I noiirovi'il i'roi.din. lucatud
in diib runt I'iitu uf tlie i it n(
Honolulu, nil li.iruiiu,-. Apply
for full imrtii'iiltirh to
llltl CI. .v A. J. CAUTtt IllllHT.
Kvry item niiliiin uJOII '.V77Y
dunt at lh Uulltlin Ujji;,
lVWWHk, 7 "..' -ijKW
4 -tiVl ''N
The Newest and the Latest
CAN ALWAYS UK KOUXU AT
3ST. S. S-A.OHS'
S80 Fort Street, Honolulu.
The "Mother's Friend" Patent Shirt Waist!
This Is the lalet Improvement In Hoys' Hhlrt Wntst nnd n true friend to
mothers! no more buttons to sow on, ns thee rnmiot rome oil". Ve have
them In white and in fancy percales from i"iecnt upwards
HOYS' CALICO WAISTS IN AM. SIZKS AT (KNTS
Litest Shae In -
Children's Cloth Caps, University and Pinafore
We have them in 'rram, Cnrdina', Vnv lllue mid Si-nl llnmn.
CHIMMIKN'S AND INKANT8 FANCY KI.ASNtii. COATS nt very low prices.
WAfKllKI) s-ASH HIHIIONS IN" AM. COLONS.
jTHE ADELINE BLACK STOCKINGS
They are proinuinreil Hie IhM by nil n ho have i;ivtii them m trial. We hive
them for indies, gents, children mid Infant, in plain, ribbed, drop stitch
nnd oieti work. . . . I.ndle Adeline I'tnek Stockltnt redileed to U) rent
per pnlr. . . . Indies' Iliiimotid lllnek htookin;! nt ." tents ier pair.
Have you seen the CHI I IlltKN'H SCHOOL HATSthnt we nre m'IIIiik for '.MceiiU?
Thev nre Jn-t the tiling for Hoys or Oirl-.
TSL. S. LBVT
513 Robinson Block, Hotol Street,
A I.AIUIK AKSOUTMKNr Oh
IN KVKNINO SHAPKS
AVool DlVSS CJootls.
Shawls, I'jtc, Etc.
I I rJ 1 1 r-4
Mmm m m
National Cane Shredder
I'ATKNTKI) UNDKIt TUB LAWS OK TUB HAWAIIAN ISLAND.
uti4 mAJAw jlil M if w . -iL 4A4r ba mJ
milK I'NDKKSItSNKI) HAVE IlKEN AI'l'CHXTKU SOl.K .MiKNTti K()K
iiu'po niiiiKiuiKitrt nun uro iiiiw iriared lo n'cciw nnli-rp.
Tho ffitt iiilvitutuKCK to Lo ilorivi'il frmu the tife nf the Natiunal Cask
HiuiKDiiKit ure thoroughly i-Htulililad uml ui;kiiinvU(Ii:t.'il tiy I'lutiu-u
The laru titiiiiliur uf I'l.uiterH tuitiK tin-in in tho United Stales, Culm,
ArKontinu lluiiiluV, 1'orii, AiiHtr.iliu and elsowlu-ro, ln-.tr witiifnh tu tho
Tho tthU of tho SiiiiKiniKii very l.irnel.v .intiifiitt. the iiu.uititv of cmiu
the mill can iind CJ.'i tu ,ri() ,), ttlwi the exlr.ietnin nf juice (A tn l"j'.)
It im a jjruut .ifeiianl, making known at ome the jiriwiict! of unv
inecen nf iron, Htakch from c.iin, or anything whi-h umilil he liable tu iIiiimmk'
the mill, and uUnwnii: amihi lime tu retuuvu e.uiK- l.elori' ilain.iniiiK ihe unit.
The SiiHKiiiiKit is very ntniii;l.v nimle, and irnin the maimer of iti oierif
Hon it ctitn or learrt Ihei-e pieeeH of win.ll or iron withniil often breaking the
Shiikdiikk; uml if anything lirtukp, it in hiniily snine of the knives or outturn,
which can he nuiekly aud economically rejilaciil. l'liu Siiiikhuku, ua iln
niiino iiidiciitim, learn the cute into i-hreiU o( varying length, pcifettly uiiuii
ing it mill allowing the mill to thoroughly prcx out the juicer, without re
iiiiring the jmiiicunu extra jHiwi-r iiict-rrury to ginnl or criii-h the whole
cane. Tho Siii;:uuKlt Bjirciuli. Iho tihreildcil c'uic uniformly ami evenly lo
the mill rollh, uml iloen uway with the mcei-Mly of eiuemluiK the b.igunrc by
liuuil liutwccn the iniUi-, wheie legriinltng i in um-. No greater muouut of
boiler cupucny ik reitiireil to npciute the MiitKHHKit than that which was
nullieioiii for the mill, for the above run-nii. We ftiritir-ti full working
drawings for Iho iin-i.tllittitni of out Siiiii.iikii. enabling anv ituinieient en
gineer in KiicvfHflully iiioliill uml stint tlum.
I" ordering SintKiiiiKitri from us, ile.iM-semi mii, ill .-ketch, showing the
diameter uml width of the mill rolls with winch Siiukkhkii islobeconneet.il,
also Iho side (either right or left hand as ou face the dehvetv r-ide of the
mill), upon which Hie null engine is located, itUi Hie height fl.'iu Hour Hue
to emitor of front mill roll shaft, and di.iancc ciutei tin,, fb.ift to front end
of bed plate. Thui-o miumuikiis nre now heiug u-id b. Iln llilo Sugar Co.
and lluwi Mill, Koh.ila. where thev an "iini! n.ii M.in'.f ..non
i rices ami lurinei particulars may In had l.j .ipplymg to
AT THK KAMOl'S STOItB OK
B. F. EECIjEJIS &c GO.
BO St B 1 1 FORT STR.3DJQT.
Canton Wash Falorios I
A hnmltome Lolton Knurlc. New Hull's this seioon. the eil.-cts are fiuMduillen ol Chin.
olli to see them means to nppn elate them.
.MLA-RTT 3 A nn-Fn-m-Nr.ca i
Hilk lliilsh Just out , real Kreiieh designs are the llnesi uml the crate ol the season
Oa.slmar Sviblimes SO Oenta "Vctrcl
One of the hitndoiiieil Wash MuteriaU lliu .-i-nMiii eutlrey new ami
for the price hits liut.pial.
Wliite Lawna and. IDixriity I
111 I'IhIii, bulled and Clu-eked ill urertt variety.
IV Dr-fiHag Oodar U IUatnt oi MRS. REMNEO.
I haw liccit instructed hy
Mi:..I.M. in: Sa kSii.va, pro
prietor of the Hawaiian Jah
ancsi. 1J.aai:, Hotel streut,
to sell his stock of .JAl
53r '''o tis-sortincMit of
.IAPAXKSK PA PICK XAJ'
KIXS will he sold i.r.ss than
Block, Dot! Street.
G. IRWIN & CO., LU,
Ni hlfiil- nr thr ui'iiiiiii, hUliuii,