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WEDNESDAY, FEB. 14, 1894.
Wednespay, Feb. 14.
Am bk Aldcn Bcssc, Krlli, l. days from
Am bid no Irmgard, Schmidt, 13 days from
Bt inr Klnnu from Mnul and Hawaii
Wednehhav, Feb. 14.
Bchr Knnnllnnl (or Koolna
Subr Mary V. Foster for Kaunl
Bchr Halcakaltt for Walnnno
Vessels leaving To-morrow.
Am bktne Kllkltat, Cutler, for San Fran-
Sttur l'elo for Mnkawell nt 10 a m
Cargoes from Island Ports.
Stmr Klnnu 113 bags bone, '210 bags pota
toes. II bags cum, 1 liurso and 100 jikgi
From Ban Francisco, tior bktne Irmgard,
Feb 14-D T Orccn, F 0 (Jonnlly, tJbas
Adams, J F liitrklov, Mrs Uletr, Mrs
Cowan, Miss Campbell.
From Hawaii and Maul, per stmr Klnau,
Feb 14 From Volcano I A Archer. K 11
Scott, Mr Coulter. Ml-. Dick. Mls llraiid,
Mlsi Julie Albu, Miss lloo Albit, Mr I'luu
kutt, I) II Scbml It, Klllnlxfeldt, Cora l.arl
more, Clay Lurimoru, Or Grossman, Miss
Mullen, I)r Cloud and Nulon Uniting.
From nay iiorts: I. V l.yninn, C Kiil-or, l)r
H II Williams, J A Kpvar, V Ooodalu, A (I
ISerrao, K l'odevn, 11 8 Agec, Mrs Kva
I'lllolnilmver and child. III! Henrlo, wife
and :i children, J Crondor, J U C'mwilcr, C
Williams and (Ichlldron and 07 deck.
For Kanal, pcrstmr Mikahala, Feb 13
(I N Wilcox, W A McUowau, Mrs Kanlnnu
and 30 deck.
For Mnul, per stmr Claudltiu, Feb 13 T
W Hebron, Mr Kettle. Mrs J W David
son, Mrs Itoiltcr, Iter T Furlgawa, Mrs W
Scott, X CnWca I, Mrs A Joliuson and 3
children and about 25 duck.
LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS.
News up to the 2d hist.
Valonttno day. Havo you got otio
Chinoao mass mooting at tlio
Theater this ovoniug.
Tbo stoatnship Miowora loft San
Francisco (or Victoria oil Jan. 31st.
Tho barkeutino Irmgard inado the
trip from tho Coast in thirteen days.
The barkoutino Goo. C. Perkins
will load at San Francisco for Kahu
The Misses Albu and their man
ager, Mr. Plnukott, havo returued
Captain Schmidt of tho barkou
tino Irmgard is thanked for late San
LATE FOREIGN HEWS.
San Francisco, Fob. 1.
Ily Harkentlue Irmgard.
EXCITING EVENTS AT RIO.
The American 3-mnMed solnnner (1. W
Watson, Wellkunat master, leftMabiikona
for San FrancUco, Uth inst. Cargo: Ms!
bsgs sugar. Castle V Cooke; OU2 bags do ,
T. II. )jvl A; Co.; total ll.Hll lugs,
weighing, 1,I.'pO,iiii lbs.; vnluu. fl,tlll TO.
United States Flag Fired On -The
Detroit Plants a Sholl in a
Rebel Gunboat's Sternpost.
Hear Admiral Bonliam has boon
obliged to fire upou one of the rebel
warships at Hto Janeiro.
Da Oama, tho rebel Admiral,
threatened ho would firo on tho
American merchant vessels at tho
wharves if they attempted to dis
During a night attack on tho
shore guard last week by rebol
launches, two of tho American mer
chantmen were fired on by tho in
surgents. They wore tho Julia Kol
liiis from Daltiinoro, Capt. Kiehno,
and tho schoonor Millie J. H. from
Now York, Capt. Suttis.
Admiral Bonliam, on receiving tho
complaint of theso captains, notified
Admiral da Unina that American
vessels must bo free to go and come
nnvwhero within the harbor.
Da Oauia demurred to tho request
but did not repudiato it. Accord
indv Contains Blnoltford of tho A in v.
My rick of tho Good News, and
, , , . i.i ivienno in me tinna nonius gave
Two Cinnamon wore sentenced to ' ....it.... i..i t:..i..-.i..,. i., ,i..... .......
itntirUntimmit. nl. Imnl Inluir milll .... 'i. ..'.... .i' ...
Tho jury disagrood in tho liquor
soiling caso of Kauiauu iu the Cir
cuit Court yesterday.
A. G. M. Robertson was elected
Captain Gunn's successor iu corn
maud of Co. B yesterday ovoniug.
Captain Friis of tho bark Aldou
13esso says ho saw tho Irmgard at (J
o'clock this morning off Makapuu
Tho barkoutino Amolia, 19 days, i
and Planter, arrived in port shortly j
boforo tho barkeutino Irmgard loft
Maikai was found guilty in tho
District Court of playing olio fa and
seutencod to pay a lino of SW. Ho
noted an appeal.
their taxes of -fo.W) each woro paid
lloforenco to his card iu this paper
will show that Captain Davie has
added tho work of a wrecker to that
of stevedore in his business.
The Mossmau rase of embezzle
ment at Makawao, Maui, was the
going to make fast to tho piers.
Tho rebel Admiral sent word to
Bcnhatii that if this attempt woro
made ho would surely firo upon tho
Admiral Bonliam immediately ro-
j plied with spirit that tho vessels
would be protected in going to tho
piers by the Detroit, and if further
protection were needed tho entire
only ono boforo the Circuit Court I American squadron would see that
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lu-uiij. rivu wiiuossut nun occn u i i" m"n n.im muii (jut muir iiuuin
iiw ..- .!. .... r.. a. .a:....
amiued up till i o'clock.
Kahalemautin was found guilty iu
tho District Court this morning for
being unlawfully on tho premises of
anothor, and sentenced to twenty
days imprisonment at hard labor.
CARRIED BY A RUSH.
Capture of tho Annexation Club by
tho Araorican Loajjuo.
Last night's advertised mass moot
ing of tho Annexation Club, to nomi
nate a candidate or candidates for a
vacancy iu the Advisory Council of
tho Provisional Government, can
hardly bo bettor reported than in
tho double-column head lines of tho
report in the Advertiser, a paper
that assumes to bo tho special organ
of tho Auuexatiou Club. The linen
ruu as follows:
"D. B. Smith is Again Nominated.
"Tho Amoricau Loauuo Takes Pos
session of the Annexation Club.
"Tho Club is Easily Pulled Along
by tho Nose.
"Tho Tail Wags tho Dog aud All
Goes as Morry as a Marriage Boll
No One Elso Is Allowed iu Nomina
tion Except tho Loaguo's Candi
date." F. M. Hatch, president of the
Club, whoso olovation to bo Minister
of Foreign Affairs makes thu vacancy
iu question, presided over tho moot
ing. Thoro was not a largo attend
ance, but tho League was all thoro.
V. H. lloogs, as a member of tho
Auuoxatiou Club, nominated F. V.
McCliosnoy, a former member of tho
Council, as a candidate. Several
voices seconded tho nomination.
T. B. Murray, president of tho
American League, moved a resolu
tion, with a five-jointed proamblo,
endorsing D. B. Smith, candidate of
tho Amoricau League, as tho choice
of that mass mooting. Tho proam
blo claimed representation for tho
League iu tho Council, aud roferred
to Minister Dauiou's public acknow
ledgment of its cluim.
Ihoo. P. Sovorin, secretary of tho
League, moved the nominations close
aud was ruled out of order.
Tho Provident called for a show
of hands on McChesuoy'a nomina
tion, which rosulted iu its overwhel
Mr. bovorin nomiuatod D. B.
Smith, aud tho meeting with "three
howls," as tho Advertiser puts it,
ratified tho nomination.
J. B. Athortou moved tho nomi
nations close, which carried with
Mr. Smith tho solo nomiueo.
D. B. Smith read a short siieocli,
saying ho was heart and soul for au
uoxatiou, and quoting John L.
Stovous whom ho described "tho
grandest Amoricau statesman that
over put foot on those coral sands"
iu tho words, "Wo havo not got it,
but wo will, jttst as cortaiu as tho
ami rises aud bets."
President Murray of tho Loaguo
then moved a sot of resolutions in
favor of adding ton moro members
to tho Advisory Council.
Presidout Hatch ruled tho resolu
tion out of ordor, but - after a pro
test against tho resolution by I. F.
Lausiug, who also remonstrated
agaiust tho League's capture of tho
mooting an appeal from tho ruling
of tho chair carried with cheers.
Mr. lloogs demanded a roll-call,
but was sat upou by tho Leaguers.
Tho resolution was adopted.
President Hatch made a speech,
denying there was a split iu the
f, aim congratulating the mem
Captain William Davies, whoso t
exporiouco iu command of inter-1
island steamers covers twelve years,
offers his services as pilot to anv
port of lauding iu tho Hawaiian 1st- j
Besides articles from several ac-1
complished writuis on tho volcano
and other Hawaiian subjects, the j
Paradise of the Pacific for January i
contains selected reports of the
Burns anniversary and tho Provi-
sioual Government's natal day.
riio Detroit cleared for action aud
started to lead tho American vessels
toward the whtirvc.
I Da Gama signaled to the advanc
ing licet to como no farther.
Admiral Bonliam signaled to tho
(Detroit, "Go ahead!"
No sooner did da Gama see this
signal than "bang" went one of his
I guns at the Detroit.
! Tho shot hit nothing, aud was ro-
I plied to by a shot from the Detroit
1 aeroM the rebel ship's bows.
Da Gama fired again at tho Do-
I In respone Capt. Urowuson let ily
I a small shell from ono of hit 0-inch
1 gnus. It struck tho sternpost of tho
rebel ship with a crash.
Da Gama then signalled that ho
I would cease firing.
It wa well ho diil so, for Capt.
, Hrowusou was preparing to give him
a lull broadside.
I Da Gama called a council of his
ollicers later in the day and advised
them to submit to tho superior force
ilftllil ITlllliifl COntiiti Mnttr f.i anr-
Tho Misses Albu aud Mr. Plnukott render their swords to the American
roturuod to Honolulu by the kinnii . Admiral aud seek asylum on tho Am
this morning. Being asked how they orc mon-or-war, which ho stated
enjoyed the trip, tho ladies replied: ,, m, ,,u,ro(i them by Admiral
"Very much. Wo aro quite well and Bonhain. Tho younger officers,
free from colds, which is a wonder, however, were iu no mood to sur
as it rained heavily the whole time wo rom(.r nn,l outvoted tho proposition,
havo been away. It was not a very Thus was lost, according to da
..aaua. inaaaa.a.. r m a a - hl.nnl I.......II I -a . a a " a
i;,.3V iuu.uijt iui tin '.iimiiii. nmuu
FROM THE FIERY LAKE
The Mlstoa Albu Break tho Record
From tho Volcano to Hilo.
rtfttllf.'ai vliltvu nil i.nat.ir ntul ,1.1m.
tulles horseback, over thirty by . t.nxntiv.dv miim l.m...rnlil. uv m...
m' I of their revolt than defeat by Peix-
oio. However tuts may De, one
I iiiiug is now certain, inai ine untied
coach, aud a concert tho same ovon
iug may bo considered rather trying.
Everybody did all thoy could for
our comfort. Mr. Wilson, tho coach
proprietor, made our drive tho fast
est on rocord, journeying from the
Volcano to Hilo in five hours and
forty minutes. As for Mr. Lee of
tho Volcano House, wo cannot speak
too highly of his many kindnesses,
and Mr. Bockloy, purser of the
stoamor Kiuati, showed us all tho
attention of a gentleman. The peo
ple of Hilo packed the Court House
on Saturday ovoniiiL', and imlu'lnu'
from tho applause wo thoroughly i
uoiiginou mom. los, mo volcano
I ...at f..n
Xrt, A. A. WUUam
For the Good of Others
IUv. Mr. Wllltama ItearMv Mif
dorses JTood't SartaparUla.
We are pleased to present this from
Rev. A. A. Williams, of the Sillsbee
street Christian Church, Lynn, Mass. t
" I lee no reason whr cfergrman, mora thu
layman, who knows whereof bs tpejks,
should hesitate to approve an
Article of Merit
and worth, from which he or his family hats
been signally benefited, and lioso commenda
tion may srnro to extend those boneflta to
othcri by Increasing their confidence. My wife
has for many jcarsbecn a luSercr from itrtrs
for which the found tlttto help. She has tried
many tilings that promised, well but per
formed little. Last fall a ftlcnd (tare her a boV
Ue of Ilixxl's ParsaparllU. It si-ems lurprls
Inn what simply one bnttlo could and did de
for her. Tho aliAcks of headache decreased In
number nnd were less violent in their Inten
sity, while her general health has been lnv
pruTed. Iter apietlto has also been bettor.
From our experience with
Hood's Sart aparilla
I haro no heilUUon In enJonlnf lu mtwiu."
A. A. Williams.
HOOD'S PILLS are the best family cathartic
fnlUan(tflU. Try a box. rtlceWfl
HOBKON, .NEWMAN & CO.,
Agents for Hawaiian Islands,
Circuit Court, First Circuit of the Ha
waiian Islands In Probate.
IN THK MATTKIl OK Till'. KSTATK
of O.VO 1 1' KO, late of Hoiio itln, Oahu,
A Document, purporting to be the Lnt
Will and Tostntiiunt of Ono I uko,cli censed,
ImvliiKoti the 12th day of Jminnry, A. I).
INII, liecn ireonted to snld Probate Court,
nnd a petition for the Probate thereof, and
for the Issnaiice of Letteri Testamentary
to Kenlulm Iuko linvliii; been II led by her. I
tl Is IiitcIiv nnlereil. lliut MON DAY. Ilic
1'rtli iluy of February, A. L. l.vjl, at IU
o'elock a. i.. of ald day. at the Court
Itoom of -iild Court, nt the Court House
lllilldltiK in lioiiiilii'ii, be, and tlie-unic
l, liefliy appointed the time for tirovllii;
aid Will and hearing said application,
when nnd where any i.erviti interested
may apenraiil -ov i t he -.id Will, nnd
the KranlitiKol l.elliT Tc"liiiiiehtnr.
Dated Honolulu, II I., .Ian. I'J, lf'H.
Hy the Court:
OKO. I.ft AS,
!-llt was Clerk.
rpVO N1CKI.V Fl'l!
X utslied Itoom for
Metitlcmeu nl No. 4 Harden
YJ to let at No. l.'l Ka
I.I.I AM FOblilK.
FURNISHED ROOMS TO LET.
'pVO NICKI.Y FUIt
J. ulslied I!(M)ini on I.I
lihn street, opoltu Kua
kl til street, about live min
utes' walk from Niiuuuu street cars. An
pi) at this olllcv. IKU-tf
rpwo nick corrAtir.s
X to rent on Nuuaiiu
street. Itetweeli Vlnevnrd
and School streets, plea-
tanuy locnicti. i
'or particular" npply to
T. V. MOIIKON,
rpiIK FUHNITllTilToF SIX IU) MH
A. complete for h'Mfokeeplnn, Ini'lildlli
n line Upright Cliiekerlni i'iuno nnd n
"New Heine" b'ewliiK Ma liine. Apply nt
No. 8.S Ilerctanla street, near PuiicIiIniwI.
REAL ESTATE FOR SALE.
7 VAI.l'Alll.K Pir.CKb (IF ,B
I Improved l'roKrty, located gBt
in dill-rent l'artx uf tlic City f Ml
Honolulu; all bari;nlii. Apply
for full tiartlculars to
IUIUCB V A. J. CAHTWIIIUHT.
AT THE CLUB STABLES !
Fourth Heat, 2:16.
Made at Btockton, Cal .
Sopt. S3, 1803.
Sire, i'rnmpter, 'l.'.Vi'i, by Mil" Hull, 7'. Dam, tlmce, by lluccaiiecr, 'IfM. l'romidcr
Is nlso thu slru nl Apex. ...91: Trnn-lt. Sr-in,, Walker, .'iilli Wiiles. 'l:T.i Cblco,
.':JI; and of the Dams Ilrllllaulluu, -:I7 n'd Vljtor. StW. "Chkiii k" is jet black, one
liluil while font and a small Mrlc in fare. Wulubt l.'U pound", l very tyllsli, gen
tle, n good producer nnd a unme niNi liurc. Wdl stand for a llmlled iiuiiiImt of mnres
nt FIFTY (.)) DOI.I.AKH FOU THK hKASd.N. i.iable at time of service. This
bono was bred In lH.r.' to forty-six mares nini produced forty-two colt.
The Newest and the Latest
CAN" ALWAYS UK KOt.'XD AT
oao Fort Street, Honolulu.
The "Mother's Friend" Patent Shirt Waist!
This N the latet Improvement In Hoys' riblrt Wnlst and a true friend to
mothers: no more buttons to ew on, as iIii-h eauiiot come oil'. We have
them in white and in fancy erculos from lAcoiits upu anls
BOYS' CALICO WAISTS IN A I.I. 8I.I..S AT : CKNTS.
I-ite-t Sliaie lu
Children's Cloth Caps, University and Pinafore
We have them lu ream, Cardinal, Navv lllue and S-nl llrown.
C1I1I,I)IIKN'8 AND INFANTS FANCY FI.ANNI.L COATS at verv low price.
WATI.UKD SASH ItlllllONS IN AM. COl.OKS.
THE ADELINE BLACK STOCKINGS
Tliev are nrououncetl Hie bet liv all w bo have elvcii tlipm n trial. We Imvn
them for ladle, Kent", children nnd lnf.iir-, in plain, ribbed, drop tltcb
l work. . . . l.ndlei' Adeline lllack uto ktlitf reduceil to . cent
I-nillcs' Diamond Hlnek tMakiit! at i" cents er pair.
Have you seen thu CHIl DUKN'S HCHOOI. HATS that weare -elllnt' for 'JHeenti?
Tliev are Jnt the tiling for l!o- or (nrU.
IsL. S. LEVY
513 Robinson Block, IIolol Streot.
HAS RECEIVED NOTICE
A I.AIIOK ABSOltTMKNT OF
Japanese Silk Crape :.::::;.
). II. DAVIS.
FORTY-NINTH ANNUAL REPORT
IN KVKNINO SHADKH
Wool DrcsH (roods,
Shawls, lite, Kite.
prietorof the IA.llA.JAl,-
a xi :.-!: Ha.aai:. Hotel street,
to .sell his Mock of ,JAI
SKSr - 'o assoitiueiit of
.JAI'AXICSK lUElt NAP
KINS will lie sold l.lTH.N
New-York Life Insurance Co.
JOHN A. McCALL, President.
in Kio harbor nootl
not fonr any further inoloslntion
front Hid rcliuls.
Thu notion of Ailiuirnl Boiilinin in
npprovod by Priisidniit Cluvolntid
nnd wariuly jiraisod in olllcial circles.
Gorman Flat; Also Inaultod.
A lanucli londud with coal and
living tlio Unrinau ila was iirod on
by tlio IJrnzilinn robol warship Utt
anabara in Kio do Juiiniro liarbor.
Captain llofuiuyitr of tlio Gorman
man-of-war Arcoma nt ouco wont
SUMMARY OF REPORT:
BUSINESS OF 18M.
513 Roblnion Block, Hotel Street.
National Cane Shredder
I'ATUNTIII) UNUKIt Till: I.AW.H OF llli; HAW MIAN ISI.ANHS.
in tnk r I In, jib t iiiiiiii l.isfiil niiilii ,
wo bavu mwu but no doXt vou CnVo ' n,)onnl tho roho1 wnrs,,iJ ft,ul loUl
hoa?da'8o mnn'y" ti!n"Hntt,irolo i- , LfT' 'IZJh
n. ,) ,( i. .ii ,.-,,.,. cuivinir a lnsl wariuiiK, n tlmt it
I no uoriiinu iiav mo uuriiiau nac
active. Now that tho rout in coiniui'
wo aro glnd to bo back, but shall
loug romoinbor tho grniul aiht mid
attention bIiowii by all thoso in thai
part of tho world.
ora of tlio dominant organization
on tho noatuoria and dospatch with
which thoy had carriod tlioir point.
Waltor Q. Smith mado n hiioocIi
also, rosontiiiL' ilio "imputation'' tliat
tlio Loa'uu had nttomptod to run
mo inooiiug, no foucliuloU ly
boaHtiii(r that tho radical iiiovnmoiit
would havo iln way.
rpiIK WKF.KIjy" l"inTl.KTIN-lW COl
X uuum of intereitliiK iteadliiK Matter.
lilenili,4 mtlleil to fnrluo oountrlin.15
Jailor Low TJndor a Ohargo.
Jailor Low was nrrenlod for ns
sault a fuw days ago, on n warrant
sworn out by Roolanui, n ttnrtl at '
Oahu Prison. This nioriiiiiK iu tho
District Court, Deputy .Marshal
Brown stated that it would be an '
injustice to continue thu prosecu
tion aud made a motion that the
defendant be discharged.
District Magistrate Robertson
ruled that he would do bo on proper
grounds. The defendant had been
charged with a broach of the pttacn,
and ouly on suflicient proof to thu
contrary could thu case be dropped.
Au assault had been alleged and
nothing brought forward to din
prove it. I
A magnificent safe weighing his i
and a half tons has been placed iu
Allen & Itobiusoii'ri ollicu. It is a
Macnealo ti L'rliau, for which C. ().
Iiurger is tho local agent. There are
two burglar-proof steel boxes iu the
bottom of thu safe, with an array of
levers like a marine engine. The
doors of thu safe aro beautifully de
corated with paintings of Hawaiian
scenery. Tho safe was brought from
Sati l-rauci'oo by tho bark S. L'.
Broke Ilia Log.
Freight Clerk Kenneth It. U. Wal
lace met with an accident on Friday
last, wlnoli will necessitate Ins stay
ing iu bed for at least live weeks.
On the day mentioned Mr. Wallace
and Captain Fitzgerald of the slimm
er Hawaii were wrestling fur fun
when Wallace's leg got caught iu n
crevice near thu hatch and his leg
was wrenched. A small bono was
broken by tho accident.
shins would sink his vos-iol.
I 1 he rebel commander replied that
he could only be sunk once, ami that
ho would liglit tho thing out.
I Captain llofuieyor then cabled to
' Uerlin, Mating that ho would co
operate with the American Admiral
1 iu defending commerce from rebel
molestation. It is expected that
, the English naval commander hero
will soon receive instructions to tho
1 British Recognition Fonrod.
An impression is gaining ground
at Kio that (J rent Britain has sympa
thized with the revolutionists since
Admiral da (Jama's proclamation
was insued favoring restoration of
I It is said Ureal Britain must do
something for her commerce, and it
, would surprise none to have Iter
recognize the rebels as belligerents,
Hichard Uigolnw has interviewed
the escaped bandit Chris. Kvausaud
i his pal Morrell at Sampson's Flat.
Ho made a sensation last year by
iutertiewing Kvans and Soutag be
fore their capture.
Goo. V. Childs is still alive.
Sugar lint gone up a point -lie. to
Ii !l Hi.
There is nothing later on the Ha
waiian ((Host ion.
The .North Herman stoamor Travo
is ashore at lirninerhavou.
The I'rinci'isof Bulgaria has given
birth to a sou.
Interest, Hunts, etc
Death Claims : . .
Endowments and Annuities ,
Dividends, Purchased Insurance, etc
Total to Policy Holders
Number of Now Policies Issued
Amount of Now Insurance Written
. . 8,'l'IO.O!l.1.'li:
. . 'J.'MI-I .()!!. ill)
. . i,in,ir:i.iii
CONDITION JANIIAUY I,
jor cent Standard
Number of Policies iu Foroo
Amount of Insurance iu Force
Increase in Hunolits to Policy
Increase iu Assets
lnciciiM) in Surplus
Increase in Insurance Written
Increase iu Insurance in Force
Increase in Number of Policies iu Force
Increase in Number of Policies Written
Inereasu in New Premium', Income over that of
In the following roapocta tho Now York Life, in 1803, has BROKEN ALL
RECORDS ever mado by Horaolf or nay other Company.
Fik.st Number of policius applied for iu
Skcond Number of now pulich
actually wiitteu iu lSOfl
J Tiiiuii Amount of now insurance i-iucd in 1 .si: .
1 Imm'iith Nuinlier of new polieie-i actually juiid for
THE UNDKUSKINKI) HAVK IlKKN Al'l'(MNTKl) SOI.K AtJKNTS FOK
there SiiinaiiiKits and arc new prepared to icccive onlerr.
The giciit mlviiiiiiip's to lie derived (ruin lin- uo of tho National Cask
SiiiiKiniKit are tlioroiighly estiililiHln-il ami acknowledged liv l'laiuter
Tlio InrKO nuinlier of i'l.iuters using thciii m the Unitctl Siatci, t'uli.i,
Argentine Republic, I'eru, Aurtr.ilia hihI eUuwbnre, heir wuucm- to the
Tliu use of the SiiHKiuir.li veiy largely iiugmenlH the ipiautity nf cane
llie mill can grind l'2!i to .ri() ,), uln. tin extrnction of juice (fi to 12 .).
It is a great .lifeguard, making known at once the prci-cncc of any
pieces of iron, Makes from curs, or anything whMi would be liable to d.niiagc
the mill, ami allowing uiiipli lime to remove cimc before daiuagiug the null.
The SiniHiHiKK is very Mrongly in.ule, and from ilu manner of iu opera
tion it cuts or tears there pieces of wood or iron without often breaking the
Hiiiikiiiikii; and if anything hreakh, it i- Minply i-ome of the kniver or cuiterr,
which can he ipiiekly ami economically replaced. Tlic Siiiikuukii, as its
name indicates, tears the cniie into sluctls of varying length, petfectly open
ing it and allowing tin-mill to thoroughly press out the juices without re
piiring llie iiiiiueiii-e extra power nccessaiy to grind or crtii-h the hole
cane. Tho SmiKliliKlt spieads the rlirediled c.nie uniformly and evculy to
thu mill rolls, and does away with tie- neivrsity of spreading the lugarre by
hand between the mills, where regi Hiding is in use. No greater amount ol
boiler capacity is required to operate the Siihkuhkii than tliat which was
siillicieut for the null, for the above reason-. furnish full working
drawings for the installation of out Siiih-.uiikiis, enabling any c.mipctcnl en
gineer to hiiccerbflllly liihtall ami sta t Iheiii.
lu ordering Siiiikiiiii:iis from us, plca-e Mini mii.iII skedh, rlmwiug the
diameter and width of the mill tolls with which Miiinuihli is to be connected,
also the side (cither right or left hand a-you face the deheiy Mile of the
mill), upon which Hit mill engine h located, aUo tin height from llonr hue
to center of front mill roll shaft, and distanci center tin- sh.ift to front end
of bed plate. There Sniil.'iuihiin are now hung tired by the Hilo Sugai Co.
ami iiawi Aim, tvouaia, where Ihey are giving great s.iiiM.ictiou.
I'nccs anil lurther particulaie may be had applying to
WM, G. IRWIN & CO., LU,
- h ijrnh Inr il linn muni hlnmii.
All kind 0 Uomvtrrciitl Printing
jiromplljf i"Xfiulfil nt fotc rntr nl the
Fii-th Net gain iu new bu-iiie-- over the
u it'" nni
INTEIt-ISLAND PILOT AOE.
i.M'l VIS WILLIAM DAVII, I'olt
tin ii.i-t IwiUe Mar- 111 eiiinliiitlnl ill
liiiir-i-lniiil Mi'iiim r, nier In- rvlcw n
I'lui in it 1 1 purl nr lainllng In tliu
lliwu.liui l-'lnnii. Uftt ut n-IurtiKu".
Iiniiilre at nllUo ol .1. S. Wnllvcr, uvur
huuckuli' llauk, 1-ort street. 007-tI
Sixth Net increase iu number of mlicie-, in lone . . . ..'I7,0os
Si.vknth Net gain in in-siirance m I'mir .fso.oos.oio
O. O. BERGER,
Ol.NKKAL AllKNT, HAWAIIAN ISbANDft.
AT THK KA.MOUH STOUK OK -
B. F. EULBIS &g GO.
BOB & Bll FORT STK.B3E3T.
Canton Wash FeLtorios !
A liniiiluome Coltou Fabric . Nw 8tlc tills hciimiii, tliu ellirtr are fac-alinllf. ol I'lium
bilks, til see tlivm nieani Id iiri'Ciati tliein.
MARU S-A.TEE3STS !
Hllk llnhli Just oat. real I'rciult ilfMn. are llie tint-Hi iimt tin crare ol tilt-sfiisnii
Oaalnixiere Sublimes SO Cents Yard I
One of the Immlstmu'nt Wiuli MatcriaU tins sfs.on vntirvly new niul
(or the price Inn 1111 viiutl.
WTaite Lawns and Dimity I
Iu 1'lnln, Btrlii ami I'lu-ckftl lu great variety.
tW DrMuuklng Uadtr Ut lUuaewant ol Hfig, ECKMCR. Jt