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OAHU RAILWAY AND LAND GO.
KltO.M AND AKTEK JUNK 1. 1K).
To Kwa Mu.u
lnve l'enrl Olty
Arrive Kwn Mill.
lave Enn Mill . .
lave l'enrl Olty..
Arrive Honolulu ..
A. Saturdays only.
O. Hiimlnys excepted,
D. Baturdays excepted.
(S!w giu1 UUn.
SATUHDAY, FEU. 10, 1891.
8ti turn, IVb. in.
Am bk Mitlltla, SwetiMMi, ;il day from
Dei unit re Hnv
ytmr Ynlnlralu froin Kiikullmele, Hutio
knn und IjiIiiiIiiii
Htmr Moknlll (rum Maul, bitinl and Molo-
Htmr V O Hull from Hawaii and Maul
Btiiir Jiunes Mil kc from Kauai
Stinr luiilnul fnmi Kauai
Svrrnnvv, IVh. 10.
Urlt tcnler W V S.i.vwurd, Kercy, for North
Am tern ampa, Peter-on, for Han I'rnn
Vosiol leaving Monday.
Htmr Junius Maken for Kaan at 5 i m
Htmr l.lkeliku for IMauliau at 1 m
Onrgoos from Island Ports.
btuir WO HullWi. b.io suj.nr, 2raUe.
to.) hags cullVu, lUtlmits ami, 25 head
ultle, 3 bills KOiil'Uli", ! cm collet"
plant, 75 iikui Mindrle.
.Slmr Kuala jrii lnt; uj;iir, 2 pk(; sun
dries. Stinr James Mnkec 25.V) hags lui-.
Htmr Wnlnlrnlc '-'I'M lus aiignr.
From Maul and Hawaii, iierMuir W O
Hull. IVI) li'-Cnl 8 Norris, J W Kelllkoa
and von, S littro, M drier Nahulu (I), J
W Waluu, Judge. Halli and wife, and
Tho bark Albert received Migar from
lolh the Wnlnlualn mid W. O. Hall to-day.
The Mounters Kllauea Holland Hawaii
wt-ront Haiiinkua, waiting fur Hie xtorm
to subside. ,
The tern Zampa, Captain IVIcrxin, sail
ed for the Ouldeii (lulu thin morning with
a full curgonf Mignr.
The steamer I.lkeliko after lying in rot
ton row several niuntlnt, haa been cleaned
and wilt leave on Monday fur Tamilian,
Tho hark Matilda, Captain .Swciimjii, ar
rived tills morning, ;tl day from Departure
Hay with coal for Allou.V ItobliiHou. tfhn
lit anchored In the itrcam.
SALE OF LANDS TO-DAY.
Bovoral Town Proportion Oo Into
Tho solo of lauds at thu miction
room of .1. P. Morgan to-day was
fairly well nttuudou, aud a nunibor
of ladies wuro prusont. Thu laud of
Manuel Euoa, ou tho oast aido of
Makiki, known as tho Soal protninos,
was first offered. Tho laud, which
has n frontngo of 120 fool aud is U70
feot doop, wont for $2000. Tho prop
erty was uudor mortgage to tho
Trustees of tho Luiinlilo Homo.
Tho property of II. Williams on
King street, uuder mortgage to the
Ltiualilo Homo estate, was sold for
Tho sale of lots two aud three of
tho same mortgage was postponed.
Tho latter property is at Koolauloa.
The lots ouo and two of the Wm.
Davios mortgage wore sold to V. CJ.
Woedon for S1200. Those lots are at
the corner of Bingham and Motcalf
streets, I'liualiou, and were known
as the Graham promiRos.
All tho hows and mares put up
were sold liy .Mr. Morgan, with the
exception of the stallion "Marin."
Tho number of persons interested
iu theosophy is so great that thoolo
montary books of tho Thoosophlcal
Library, started through tho gene
rosity of Mrs. T. H. Foster, have al
ready been found iiiHiUlieient. To
obviato this ditlieulty aud help
the would-be students, it has boon
considered advisable to make hereby
u request to all thu friends iu Hono
lulu who may happou to hnvo
books on theosophy or on psychic
hcieucoand occult ism, or oven Tuition
on kindred subjects, aud who do not
care for them -to kindly donate or
loan them to the Theosophical
Library. The books published iu
Lovell's occult series, such as Sin
net's lisotoric liuddlusm, would be
particularly acceptable. Already 21
adhesions are reported up to to-day,
for tho A. U. J class, which will be
started some time next week.
Economy of the Garrison.
The I. G. army, more especially
that detachment of tho forces domi
ciled in thu Government building,
are practicing economy, lliey linvo
a vegetable garden imtcli on the
Waikiki side of the building iu which
are growing tomatoes, string beans,
puiupkiiis nud other vegetable diet.
A notice posted up warns all to keep
away from the garden. If thu I'.G.V
would only lay their own eggs and
raise their own cattle, ther'd be no
more fear of taking poisoned food.
Kvtry ilrtcripttun oJUll I'HI.S'TIXU
donf ut the Hullttin Ujjict,
X.OOAIi AND GENERAL NEWS.
Col. Sam. Morris is in town again.
Cool and damp wealhor is still
Tho 1'. G. baud plays at Emma
Square this afternoon.
Colds and cognate ailments aro
alllicting many people.
Phonograph exhibition this even
ing by C. Nestor Edison.
Tho Union Feed Co. will hold its
quarterly mooting next Wednesday.
A number of ladies wore the guests
of Captain Rooko of II. 13. M. S.
Mr. Fugii, Consul -General for
Japan, visited tho Japanese cruiser
Nauiwa this morning.
II. Defries has( completed repairs
to Allou & Robinsons wharf. Ho
undertook tho job by contract.
All owners of lots on Waikiki side
of tho Catholic cemetery will moot
at that place ou Monday, Feb. 12th.
Mr. Arthur Reynolds will lead tho
praise sorvico at tho Youtig Men's
Christian Association to-morrow
One hundred and livo bags of
Kona coffee aud six boxes contain
ing coffee plants came ou the W. G.
Tho Jas. Makeu brought two
lepers from Kauai this morning.
They have boon taken to the Kalilii
Attend tho phonograph exhibition
to bo given this evening at V. M. C.
A. Hall by C. Nestor Edison. It is
tho only show iu town.
Some fine horses and mares were
sold at auction by J. F. Morgan to
day. They were from the Waialne
Ranch anil were of good stock.
The schooner Moiwnhiue had her
mainsail carried away yostcrdhy and
had to put into Lahiiinn, where re
pairing sails will be the order to-day.
A football game between the
boarding and the day scholars of St.
Louis College this morning was won
by tho day scholars after a hard
Mrs. A. Ferry has caued the ar
rest of Vnwk See, a C'hinnmnu, for
larceny iu the third degree by steal
ing oranges from her promise", valu
ed at $10.
Tho American "Lague" nud Schti
etzen Club mot yesterday evening.
At the Intter meeting the subject of
securing work for the unemployed
Views of the residence of 11. W.
Schmidt ou Mount Tantalus are on
exhibition in Hobrou k Newman's
window. They were taken by Uol
stor & tjovoriii.
W. C. Peacock A. Co.'s horse and
dray ran away this forenoon. With
tho exception of a smashed seal no
serious Injury was sustained by
either vehicle or animal.
If to-morrow bo lino, many people
will go out to dispute possession of
the t'acilic with the whales at Long
Branch baths. There was a large
party of tourists there last Sunday.
To Sans Souci is the popular drive
on lino evenings aud Sundays. Its
smooth bathing beach nud bright
big laual overlooking the sea are
additional attractions to a lino table.
Kekua, an elderly native, was ar
rested at noon to-day for practising
kahutinisin. Tho warrant for his ar
rest was sent from Kau, and Kekua
will bo taken to that district at the
The price of ICoua oranges has
gone up, and in consequence buyers
were slow iu coining up at the I titer
Island wharf to-day. A largo quan
tity of the juicy article came on the
W. G. Hall this morning.
It is reported that a dog has boon
poisoned near Thomas Square. The
dirty business would appear to lie
rather prevalent these times. Per
haps it is preliminary to a new cam
paign of burglars aud sneak thieves.
Tho steamer Mokolii will arrive
this evening with the first news of
the result of tho race between the
Honolulu five-oared crow aud the
Kauuakakai five. The race took
place ou Thursday.
This night week tho Auintour Min
strels aided by other local talent
nud meu from the Philadelphia will
give their complimentary benefit to
VV II Ael. Tl... ..I... : I.. .....I,., li
f. . tinui aiiu nun in iu llltlltii II
a first -class musical event, ami the
boys are equal to the ta-k.
Tho two Chinamen who were on
trial yesterday iu the District Court
for assaulting a fellow countryman
nt Ewa were found guilty. Due was
sentenced to pay a line "of jCil) and
tho other to be imprinoued at hard
labor one mouth. They uotd an
On Tuesday evening, February
20th, Mr. Wray Taylor will give ait
organ concert iu tue Knuiiiaknpili
church, when the public will have
the pleasure of listening to Miv
Auuis Montague and Mr. Charles
Turner, who are at present ou a visit
here from the Colonies. Full par
ticulars will appear later
Collector of fimtiims ('nlln w
1 authority for the statement that
I nine thousand cartridges came ou
the bark S. C. Allen from the Coa-I.
I ''Wo were going to order them
i direct from New York, because we
' can get them cheaper there, but
I somehow or other thu order miscar
ried ami they came from San I- ran
After romliiif,' tho llnvvuiinu I lard
ware Co.'s coliiiuu to-day, it would
bo criminal ou the part of tiuyuuo
who wants to keep slock out ur
iu, to invest iu any othot feint"
lliiiu tho ilonos locked wire, nt
leant until ho has taken tho trouble
to inspect tho fence for liiuiKolf
This linn does iiinunpi to pt the
bout of everything that in Kli"fc-
ROUGH TIME ON THE COAST.
Boats Stovo and Two Sailors Injured
The steamer Waialealo had two of I
her boats stovo iu this trip, nt Hono
kaa. She loft hero on Thursday '
week for Hatnnktin, Hawaii, and for
several days had to lay at anchor
outside Waipio gulch. On Thurs
day last the steamer, was discharg
ing Honokaa freight. A boat steered
by Kamana was going ashore with
freight for the landing, when an
other one similarly laden, manned
by three sailors and steeror Moke,
left the ship. Shortly after the lat
ter boat was caught by a heavy sea
and stove iu. 'I wo of the sailors,
Puhi and Tommy, were thrown into
the sea. Puhi while iu tho water
was struck in the fotehead and a
deep cut was the result. It was
lucky for him that ho was not stun
ned, or else ho would havo been
drowned. The other sailor, Tommy, i
was struck on tho arm, but was not
seriously injured. Knmatin, who
was steering the first boat, jumped
into the sen nud went to his ship
mates' nisi tance, and they wero
pulled into the bout. Blood was
dripping from Puhi's forehead, which
looked as if it had been stabbed with
some sharp instrument. The men's
wouti(s were bandaged and the
boats continued discharging freight.
The men are about the docks this
morning, although not working.
The nialeale had to steam away
to sea from Ivuktiihnele two morn
ings ou account of (lie rough weath
er. Only 180 bags of sugar was
iniu'ii irom mai pori. i no steamer i
called in at Lahaina yesterday morn-
ing ami tooK r.wi Dags ol sugar
p from there.
NEW8 FROM WINDWARD.
Hough Woatbor nt MnnlnoA Earth
qitako Shock on Hnwmi.
Tlu Kti-nincr G. Hall, which
left Honolulu for windward on l'ri
day lnt, nud with nit licr rouh ox
jH'rii'iii'iM. On tint nflcrnoon of tho
ilny iho li'ft thruuof thu nntivo nail
om who won iiitunKud tnluiitf in tho
JiIm wore nhi'il back by a heavy
M'fi. Noiio, hoivovnr, worn Aorionsly
, injuri'd, although thoy had a close
call of bointc wahi-d ovorbonrd.
ThU oiritrrod in tho Molokni chnn
nol. l'aoiif,'nr' for Maalaca oottld not
bo landed until TnuMlny on nooontit
of tho roti'li woathor.
Maalaoa roxidonl- nay that for
ovon ilayi a oontiniial jf.nto of wind
had boon blowing thoro, (ho .strong-
ost that had boon full in n longtime.
I Tho SprookoN party had to bo
tlandodnl .Modrogor'n landing, tho
, othor sido of .Mnahion, tho so.ih boing
a littlo oalinor thoro.
Two .slun'ks of oarthituako woro
folt all ovor Hawaii on 1-oh. 'M, but
tiiidainnp has boon reported.
Tho olonno i vory notivo, tho
lurid glare being swu at iptitu a din
tanoo. Tho V. (;. Hall brought throo
thou nud ba'-. of Migar irotu La
liniiia. JUDICIARY JOXXINOS.
Divorci O ran tod for Loproay 8onp
Judge Whiting thin morning
granted tho petition for divorce of
l.ilia Wood vs. HiMijaiiiin Hood, ou
tho ground of leprosy. V. It. Cantlo
Iu T. V. ItawIiiiA vm. Honolulu
Soap Works Co., (J. Jlrowu niovod to
iilaoo the enso on tho calendar.
Hnrlvvoll oppiuuil tho motion. Tho
Court ordered tho case placed on
thu calendar. Ilrowu thou moved
for leave to ainond tho complaint,
and tho motion was aigued and sub
mil toil. Broun and Kinney for
1 plaiutilf; Harluull and Hatch for
Hoyoiul the foregoing no cases
i woro ready for trial, ami tho Court
I adjourned early for tho day.
A GOOD SHOW TO-NIGHT.
And n Largo Audlonco is Expectod
To Bo I'ruBimt.
Tho phonograph exhibition to bo
mi. .it 1 li w i.i'.iiiiiiip nl I In. V M i A
n n ... ..' .....w. .
i hull by C. Xcsttir ICdisou proiuiso.i
to bo a most entertaining ouo, and a
largo audiont'o is expected to bo
present. Tho doors will open at ";:;()
o'clock: tho norforinanco will coin
ineiico at s o clock hharp. William
II. lloog.s, Cluster A. Doyle, l'roftw
.sor llorgor and others will ns.si.-t in
tlio recording portion of thu pro-
Lfr.'llll. A l;,rir,i niiiiilHir iif .iiiila ivill
bo provided for people who pay tho
admission price of "() couti, while
children will be admitted for 'Si
The experience of Goo. A. Apgar.
of Gorman Valley, N. !., it well
worm roniouiWoriiig. lie was trou
bled with chrome diarrho'ti aud
doctored for livo months and was
treated by four ditVorout doctors
without benefit. Ho thou began
lining L'haiiilierlainV Colic, Cholera
and Diarriiii-a Komeily, of which ouo
small bottlo ollectod a complete
euro. It is for bale by all dealers.
Benson, Smith x; Co., AgontH for the
Lodgu lu l'rogros do l'Ocuiiuiu, No. 124,
'IMII.Iti. Wll.l. Ill: A MI'.K'IINti iP
1 l.odu'i I" l'r..yri de I'lletMlile, Vo l.'l,
nt u- hall mi Uiiik -treel, lietuei'ii llethel
ati-i run. i ills iMitimiii) ) i:vi:msi,
It'll lu, ,n , to o I'loi'k fur
..i.k is mi I i ii-1 Dii.iii i.
Miinlii'i- of llau.iii.iii l.odi:e n ml all
-iiiirniiii lln ihu iiure fiiiii-rnull.v invited
in l pn -i in
l onii r nt I In W M
' 'IMII HPi.l I liijl Mill III M I.I. I -
1 Hi), ill I hi I M I I I I . I,', )
Will I i tl' Id I" tin 'III 1 1 1 1 1 - Ullli ', nil
UlliM.slin 0 llih ui-t , in .'oeloek
i M I 11 MDA.
Sei it mrv I mmi 1 it d I o , I tl
' Honolulu, I'oli. lu, u u., n
Mr, David ii. Jordan
Co!orlo9i, Emaciated, Helpless
A Complete Cure by JIOOVB
This is from Mr. D. M. Jordan, a re
tired farmer, and one of the most re
spected citizens of Otsego Co., N. Y.
" Fourteen years ago t had an attack et the
(ravel, and bare since been troubled wlin say
Liver and Kidneys
gradually crowing worse. Three years ago I
got down 10 low that cM icareelr walk.
I looked more like a corpe thin a Itrlng being.
I had no appetite ntid (or five eekt I at
thina; bat (rati. I rv trndlr emaciated
and had no more rotor tlian Marble eiaiae,
llood'i Barsairltta wa recommended and I
thought I wild tty It. Before I had finished
the flMt bottle I noticed that I felt better. uf.
fcred less, the laflammailea mt the blaa
ar had siil'ilrt-ti, the color began to return to
my face, and I btgaa t feci baairy After
I had taken thrco boMi I could eat anything
without hurting me. Why, I got to hungry
that I had to eat 6 times a day. I bare no
fully recovered, thanks to
I feat well aaa aai well. All who know
me marrel to see me o well." 1). M. Jontaj.
HOOD'S PlLLS ' " " afttr-dlnntr nut,
Mtltt dltMtloa, sre btadach and tlllomnMS.
HOllHON NKWMAN A CO.,
Agent tor Hawaiian Inland.
Circuit Court, First Circuit of tho Un
wnilrtn Islands In Probnto.
IN THK MATTKIt OK TUB KSTATK
JL ntONOIt'KO. iatonf llniio itln.Mnliii.
A Pociiuifiit, i)urxirltmr to Is.1 tin M'l
Will and T,itaini'iit of tin, lilko.dci'i'iiicd,
Iinving oti the I'Jtli il.iy of Jauiinry, A. I.
IMM, lii-cn tri'iitvd to ald 1'roli.niv Court,
nnd n H-tlti(n for I lie Pro itti' tliiTcof, ami
for the insnntu'ii of Letters Ti-stiini, ntnry
to Kcalotia luko ImviiiK Ini'ii tlhsl lv lief.
It l herehy onlcnsl, that MONDAY, the
I'lth day of IVIiruiirv, A 1). ls'.i, at 10
o'clock . X.. of Mild d.iv. at the Court
Itoom of raid Court, at the Court Hoii-e
llnlldltiK' In Honoln'ii, Is-, and thu aine
l, hereliv aiKilutrd the time for erovln
salil Will and hearltiK ;nd nptiliratloii.
when aud where iiuv isTsou Interested
may npeiir and i-mei-t the nald Will, nud
the unintliiK of Letter- rc-taiueularv.
Dated Honohilu. II I., Jan. I'-', It'll.
Ily the Court:
IfJii lit w t Clerk.
A l.t. OWNI'.ltrt OK I.OT8 ON THK
'I" .""."in or , .i,n f.s i li r.
Ikiki side of the Catholic Come.
mMONI)!(Y,,llh!0l "' Hi"1 ,,' ,;o",,!,,'r-
IT.lt OltDCIl. ,
FORTY-NINTH ANNUAL REPORT
JOHN A. McOALL, President.
I Premium Income
I ntercsl, Kunts, oto
Kiidowniuiits anil Annuities
Dividends, l'nicliused liisttranco,
Total to Policy Holders .f I r,0:SS,-ir0 27
Number of Xmv Policies Ih-itied s.",l 11
Amotint ol Now Insurance Written f22S,U7,l N (10
CONrDITIOX .lAXUAIiY 1, 18U.
Liabilities, I per cunt Standard . .
Number of Policies in Force ...
Amount of Insurance iu I'orce ....
IMtOGKKSS IN 18):.
Incrouse in Ilonelils to Policy Iloblem
Incrcuso iu Ahst'tn
Increase in Surplus
Increase in Insurance Writtou .
Increase in Insurance in Force
Increase in Number of Policies in Force
lni-rease in Number id' Policies Written iu 1V.KI
InereiiM' iu Now Premiums Income over that of
In tho followinj,' reapocto tho Now York Lifo, in 189U, ha BROKEN ALL
RECORDS ovor mndo by Horeolf or any otluir Oonipnuy.
Fnim Nuinbei of policies applied for in ISO."! . .il.ViOO
Scin.Mi Number of new policies actually written iu 18il.'!
Tinud Amount of new iiiMirauco i-siied in I. SO.'! ..j.22:,SIHl,(IOO
I'ociitii Number of new policies actuully paid for iu 180:1
Firm Ncl aiu in new business over i lie previous year
Sixth Net incrcasi iu number of polien-. in foieo . .'IT.iios
Siivk.ntii Net e,itii in illf.Ulani'C III foier ISO ,!MI.S,II H
Oil I III
Y. M. C. A. HALL
SATURDAY EVENING, FEB, 10,
Edison's Latest Triumph
PllfT APPK.VU.VXCE IV THIS
( 1TY OK
MR. C. NESTOR EDISON
Who will Introduce IMhon'- Verv Latent
Loud TsLiking Phonograph i
!!,ipor.. "f tie Voice of n lUMihrr of
liK-al favorites will . tnkeii and repm-dlli-cd
before the aitdietiee.
All the l.ate-t Helet-tlons in Ilaml Music
by Soila and (Ulliiore's Celebrated Hands
lie-ides the Utet I oinle and SctitlniPlitat
Soiir will be rendered.
KCAI.K OP PltICI.
Ilcjt Beits treerved( 7.V;. ; flood Seats
(unreserved) Mv. Ailtnls.ion for Child
ISB. Iteerved Seats on snlc at Hebron,
Newman A t'o. 1 Imr-iLiv inornini;.
(lood I'ust nrne hv the month or vear. All
llor-cn will lie wellliHiked alter
and kept in paddock-.
IIIK rTANHAKti MlHI THortlMl KT.VI.IION
ltccord 'Ji.1.' in Honolulu,
Will make the !eaou at this Itnneh until
Julv I, l'iil. 1'KKM.S. fi.
Dr- iiii'TIon: Ponied pisil, hlood liny, HI
hands hlh aud tvelcht lluj pound.
l'i Mi. in. :: Hv "Uroveiior," hv "Ad-inlnl-trator,"
hv "ltdvk's llntnlltmilnii
lo.' Il.iin (ij 'NiiiwinmI," record ll.
for further imnli'iilnr apply to
J. P MKNDONCA, Kaneohe.or,
C. IIOl.Ti:, Hutiolulu.
ELECTION OF OFFICERS.
AT THK ANNPAI. MKKriNllOKTlIK
(Ii.iimvs HiNr.voti.sr HoiltTV held
on Keliruury 7, HU, Hie fidtimliiK Ulllier
were elected, vlt. :
II. A. Wllemann
.1. C. Haeltfeld .
P. Kliinip . ..
J. K. Kekardt . .
II.. I. Nolle ...
J. I' Haekfeld .
.,.,., s, .......
'I" .""' " Coiiimrri'luJ I'Hnliiw
promptly ftrcuhtl at low mU nt the
$ :;3,.si:i,Mr ..'
J, MM ,1102. ill)
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. IT.OLTi.iMO IS
. 77ii.irift.n7K (in
.. i.oioVi.rr si
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OKN'I.K.VI, AUKSr. HAWAIIAN I ri LANDS.
The Newest and the Latest
3ST. S. S-A.CH
8BO irort Street, Honolulu.
The "Mother's Friend"
This 1- the lateit Improvement iu
nioiiiers: no more ntiunii" lo etv on as tiu-e eiiiilint eolne oil Wtliave
them 111 white ami in futiev perei es from i."ieeiit ipard", ...
HOYh' CALICO WAISTS IN A I.I. S!ZI. AT .'". r.Vf-
Iitet Shatu". In
Children's Cloth Caps, University and Pinafore
We have them lu renin, Ciirdltia', Saw 1 1 1 it. and Sea, Itrouti.
CHll.DKKN'B AND INFANT'S KAMY KI.ANNKI. COAT-at verv low prl.-m
WATPHKD SASH HIIIHONS IN AM. (Ol.OltS.
THE ADELINE BLACK STOCKINGS
They arc prntmtineeil the ltet l,y all v ho hnve ylveti them n irl il. We hive
them for ladies gent, ehlidri'ii and Infuii" 01 iihilu, rihlied. tlroo Mlteh
and oN'ii work. . . I.adle' Atlellne Klm-k "to, Uiut rtslneed to 'Hint
per pair. . . . jnlle Diamond I'laek "ttskin- at cents per pair.
Have) oil seen the CHI I DKKN'H SCHOOI. HATS that e are clllnn for iMiMit-'
Thev are Jut the tlntii; for llov - or ilirl"
ML. S. LEVY
513 Hohinson Block, Motel .Street.
A I.AItfSP. ABSOltr.MKST K
Japanese Silk Gram
IN I'.YKNINfi MIMr
Wool I)rcri Goods. , ii , .1 ,. i . t,
to sfll hK stork n .JAP-
rnclia Silks, ANKSK GOODS.
Striped Klimclt'tti'N, , ...
3v5?' A li iixMH'tinunt of
Chcckiid Flundcttcs, .lAPAXKSK PA1M3H N'AP-
Silk CVupe, k I NS will l.c sold i.i:s than
Shawls. ICte., ICtc. .
3. S. LEVY,
513 Robinson Bloik, Hotel Street.
National Cane Shredder
I'ATKNTKD t'NDKII TIN: LAWS Ol 1111. II WVAII.W ISLANDS.
rpiIK UNI)KKSI(INKI) HAVE ItKKN Al'I'dlNTKD SOI.K ACK.NTS KOlt
lIu.'M' .SiliiHiiiiKiis mill ant utivv iu'i.inil to nroiw imliri-.
Tim urt'itt iiilvuiitiii;i'n to In- tlurivril (rmii the iimi nf tho N.viiu.nvi. 1nk
SiiitKiiiJKH un- tlioriiui;lily liililihlii'il .uul uikiiiivvktluiil hv l'l.intvri,
Tin; Inre iiiunlicr nf I'I.iiiIitp itsiiiK tin i tin- UiuIimI .St.it,y. Cnli.i,
runtiiu' Uepuhlif, IVru, AiiMr.iHn mut i-U.-vvliort', l-o.ir vvitnifs In tin-
Tho iiho of llio SiiitKiuiKii vor.v larp'ly iiuiui'iits tin tii.intitv nf I'uiif
llio mill ntii grind cj.i to .i(l ,), mImi the i-xiriu-imu nf june (.' ti. i.)
It in n gri'iil .iffgn,ui, milking kii.ivvn at mat the n miuh ,.f unv
iH'i:uMif iron, stnki'H fr.iiii mrs, nr uii.viliiug vvliiili vvi.tild l, li.tliU In il.nimgit
lln- null, .uul iillnvvini; nniplt tune to r-iiinf p inn In inp- iluni iging tin null.
Tin' riiiitKiuthit ih very Htrungly nnuli', .nut (nun tin. nutiiiu r nf its npeiii
linn it nitu or tiirn Hicm pii'i-cs nf wmul nr iriiu without nftoti liri'.iking the
HiiitKiuiKit; mill if tuiyiliiug lin-uke, it iMinjily Miine.if Hi,- knivi nr I'titti-rs.
winch win lui tiuii'kly mill ffnnninii'.illv rt'ilai',il. I'lie Siiiiciiukii, tie itr
minii' imlii'iiti'M, titnrn tin' fiiu,. iuin l(s ,.f v.irviug K'ugtli.-, juifivtly oiiuti
ing it mill nllnvving tlio mill tn tlmrniiglily ui'.s ,mt ih, jhih vviilmut r-
iniring (lii imiuciiM) n.iru (.nvvi'i taiipai,v to mn.tl nr cnuh tlanlml,.
cmic. The Hlli'j-nnr.ii bjinMiln thu rlirnliliil eaiu- uniformly ami evt'iilv m
thu mill rnlln. mill iluuMivvny with tin- inroiwii-. nf rire.itliug tin li.iguPM hy
Jiiinil liutvM'i'ii lln- inilU, vvhi'ie ngiiiuliiig i- in 'nso. Nn nic.iur iiuiniiut iif
Imii r ciiiiicy p. ri'iiiiuil In iiM"riii, tin- miiimuii.ii ihau tli.it vvlneli vv,ih
Htillluifnt fnr tin- mill, fur tin uhw rt'iiHiiih fnnur-li full vviirkiug
ilruvviiigH for tin iiii-t.tUatiiui nf nur SiuihiiiiMi. iii.ihliiig ,inv mi, t tit in-gini'i-r
in riiaci'Ksfiilly install mul dint ilnni,
Iu ordering Kiiiir.iuiMix finin tm, i1ciim' p-mhI small skenh. Mn vviii- th
tliiiini'lui mul vvultli nf Ha" null ,1U w,u, wtm-li Miiihiun-.u n m hi innni't tnl,
llUii till" Mill" (I'lllli-r right ni left limnl as . ill f.nr il. ,1,1m, v Mill ,. the
mill), upon which tin- mill engine is lneali'il, also tin height fmni llmu line
tocL'iiU'ruffrnut mill mil sluifi, anil ill. taiK'i' nun r lhif i-h..fi in fmut end
nf icil iliu,.. Those SiinhiiiiKiiH arc nun Ininj: iimu l. th lliln Sugar ln.
ami J I.l Wl .Mill. rCnll.lla. where lliev tire lmh .iii.li
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rni-i-i, ami iiiriner iariU'UlaiH may lie liail htv nii mg In
AT THK KAMOl'h STOHh 1)1-
IB. F. EHLERS &c GO.
SOS ft Bll PORT STR,E31flT
parxtoxi Wash Falorios !
A ImiKlmiuiii l olton rulirle New Hi) let thin kmimiii Hie i-lle. l tire lae-Minlles nf fhun,
I " ' mini Mliillin in M l' ( ! IfU'Ml.
HVE-A.PIXJ S-As.TH3BIsrS !
I rlllk Ihlluli jii.t out , rial frrt'lii h tleiKll nr," the llneM mul the enue id tin wn.oii
Oashmere Sublimes SO Oenta Yard '
tine of the huiiditoiiieM Wimh Muterliili. thin nenmin i-iiliit'O new ami
for the nrlet" has no ,'iiuhI
VVliito Lawns a.ncl Dimity I
In I'lnln, HirlH-i mid Checked lu Krmt variety.
tW Dreuauklag Under Uie lltaeaent ol MRS. RUNNER, jti
1513 KOlT.VI) AT
Patent Shirt Waist!
Hovs' Shirt Wiist and n trie friend to
priftiiritf the Hawaiian J. i-ani:-s.
Ii.Ai:. Iloti'l strei't.
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G. IRWIN & CO., LU,
.s.if 1 1. u'ji ur Ihf lln' mum htuntl'.