Newspaper Page Text
mWl 'm m i
OAHU RAILWAY AND LAND CO,
KKOM AND AFTKU JUNK 1. WO.
To Ewa Mitt.
Leave 1'earl City..
Arrive Ewa Mill..,
Leave Ewa Mill....
1eave Pearl City...
Arrive Honolulu.. .
A. Saturdays only.
(!. Humlays excepted.
D. Baturdayit excepted.
oTIi gniijj Uiin.
TUESDAY, FEB. 20, 1891.
Ti'ehdat, Veh. 20.
(ler ok Oalvetou, 87 ilnys from Hongkong
Stinr Jnine Mnkte from Ivaunl
Hlmr Kniiln from Walaime, Walitlua and
Tukkiivy. Feb. 20.
Am "uhooner Transit, Jorgensen, for 8an
Htnir Ulaiullric fur Knlmlill, Keuimc, liana,
Jiaiiion, KI))ahulu,Nuu, I'linubau, Kit-
kalnu at 5 in
Stinr Kimla for Kahukit at 1 p m
Voatols Leaving To-morrow.
Brit bk ''clod!
Ity, .Martin, for Hongkong
Htuir l.tkctlko for I'nimlkmi
Btmr nliilcalc fur ijilmltm, Kukulha lu
i ior i
ana iionokna at 10 a tit
Gnrgooa from Island Forts.
Stmr Knala-20.il luigj xtigar.
For Pan Krandiro jxr bk Albert, Feb I!)
-11 I. Mcyeri, A V l.loyd, T I. Dtiuui, A
M llugvim.MrsT F Iiii-Imk and clill
ForKanal per -tnir Mlkabala, Fell lit
Mr Knildien, J Haitgvni mid 20 deck.
Vossols in Fort.
U88 l'lilladelplila, Barker, from Callao,
UHH Attain, Nelson, from n erulxo
11 IIJI H C'liuiuplon. Hnokc, Kiiiiliiiniili
HUMS Nnuiwa. Mori, from Julian
Am aliip 11 1 Clioncy, Mother, irom De
Am bk tiU Allen, Thompson, from San
Am bk Matilda, tiwenrou, from Departure
Am scfir Carrier Dove, Brandt, from New
castle. N 8 W
Am wlir llolicrt 8viirlc, 1'lltz, from New
cattle, N ti W
Am bk Alden Hesse, Frlh, from San Knot
eluco Am bktlio Irntgard, Sebmldt, from Han
Brli ship Kntcnrt, Hlmmer, from New.
I'ltxtlc, N 8 W
l!r bark Mllulta, Harland, from I.Ivor
lool Haw bk II I' Itltlict, Morrison, from San
Cler bk Nautilus, Aiming, from Liverpool
Our bk (inlveaton, from Hongkong
Foroign Vossols Expoctod.
CA88 Aruwa, Stuart, from Vancouver,
11C, due Feb 23
OSS Auatralla. lioudlvtte, from San Fran-
cUco. duo Feb 21
(3 A b a Warrlmoo, I'orry, from Sydney,
due lli 2
0 A: O U S Oeeuulc, Smith, from Snn Fran-
clsco, duo March 5
0 8 8 Mariposa, llayward, from Sydney,
O xk U 8 w (laello, I'carno, from Hongkong
uud Ynkoliumu, due May 14
Am bktlio Skuglt, from I'ort Humble, now
Am bk Harvester, from Kan Fraiiulmio to
Jillo, Jan 21
Am bktno Dlncovery, from Sun 1'ruueUco,
ler h TiTpnleliorr, from New Soutb Wales.
IIuw bk ilolon Brewer, from New York,
Mar 5 10
Am ch Kalvutor, from N 8 V, Juu 1
Am liktuu Hllo, from N S VY, Jan 31
Bk Xantlppe, from N 8 V, Jan 20-31
Bk M Huckfeld, from Liverpool, now due
'Jer bk (lalvuituu from Amoy, now due
iitr bk J 0 (llude, from Liverpool, Apr 1-10
LyVmn I) FuMcr, from N S W, Feb 12
heli loldeu Slioro, from NeN emtio, N.S.W.
Tbe.lark Matilda N bavlng repiilm niude
toherlmlwurkii. tihu will go on tho Mu
rlne Hallway the totter end of thit week.
'lliejtmr. Kuala bruuulit a load of eiigur
fruui Kahuku thlit morning, unit will luuvo
utjuin this uftemoon for the tanm plueo.
For San FrancUco por hurk Albert, Feb.
IH-H. Huckfeld A C.. 11,720 bugi biigar.
M. ri. (Iriubaum .t Co., 172A bugs Niigar.
Total, 10,115 bags, weighing 2,371I,1IM lb.
Doiuootie vulue, H7.a)l.ill
Tho four.mastod bchoom-r Transit, Jorg
ensen niuxter, nulled to-duy fur bun Frun
clseo with !5,.'!J7 liiigH sugar, weighing
1,U30,70 pounds, and valued at $.'i0,fi7.h.'i.
The Hblppors were ('. B ewer .V Co., T. 11.
littVict .fc Co. and CukiIu A- Cooke.
CAPSIZED IN THE BAY.
Boats From tho Warships Rondor
Tho moil of tho American senior
Toroso unjoyod themselves at 11
o'clock this forenoon sailing about
tho harbor iu sailboats. Tho wind
was protty stiu nt tho time, and one
of tho boats iu which woro two men
capsized while innuouvering in the
bay. Steam launches put out to tho
rescue from tho L'.S.S. Philadelphia
nnd Japanese cruiser Nauiwa mid a
row boat from 11. M. S. Champion,
Tho last-muutioiied got to the men,
who had seated themselves on the
top of tho overturned boat, first and
took them on". Tho Philadelphia
boat arrived second. The sealers
were none tho worse for their im
Mrs. Emily Thome, who resides at
Toledo, Washington, says she has
never been able to procure nuy
medicine for rhetitiiatihin that re
lievos tho pain so ipitckly and etTec
tually as Chamberlain's I'aiu Balm
and that she lias also used it for
lamo back with groat success. For
sulo by all dealers. Betisou, Smith
A: Co., Agents for tho Hawaiian
.ooia. Aim oenehal news.
A furnished house is wanted.
The wind has boon shifting about
Diamond Head, 3 p. in. Weather
clear, wind light west.
The W. G. Hntl will bo due from
windward to-morrow morning.
U. S. Minister Willis visited tin
flagship Philadelphia at one o'clock '
Mi Ann's Montague and Cha. '
T.,r.1nr ...ill o!.. - .1. . .,
Kmnfcnil?nf?,.r.l. m nt '
Kaumakapil. church this evening.
Dr. F. L. Minor returned homo by
thu Monowai. but not. ni'pniniinntra!
by his family as other naners have
Hoko & zur Oowesto have bought
Ka Mailo store, and the- balance of
stock is to bo closed out at greatly
Tho crown diamonds which wore
found iu Arkansas, in tho possession
of Ryan's sistor, woro returned on
the S. S. Monowai.
The moonlight excursion to tho
Ewa plantation was postponed from
last ovoniug till a future date on ac-
count of inclement weather.
Three Chinese pleaded guilty in
tho District Court to a charge of
violating gatno laws and were sen
tenced to pay a fine of $10 each.
Ninety-nine Chinese have taken
out passports at the Custom House
for Hongkong. They are all booked
for tho bark Velocity to leave to
morrow. Tho Japanese immigrants who
came on the S. S. Oceanic were re
leased from quarantine this after
noon. The Chinese were released
Tho box plan for resorved seats
for the entertainment bv the men of
tho U. S. S. Philadelphia on Thurs
day evening is now open at the of
fieo of L. J. Levey.
Soy Young, a Chinese merchant
who recontly returned from China,
and two others were arrested at tho
Tong Hing Society, Ueretauia street,
last niiihl by Captain Andrews, for
managing a oho fa bank.
A heavy shower of rain fell at liIU)
o'clock yesterday afternoon. The
streets were Hooded and the N'titianu
stream roso considerably. No serious
damage is reported. Tratncars ran
off the track at dilforeut places.
AT LAROE NINE MONTHS.
Rocopturo of an Escaped Ohlnoso
Convict and Hard Oaso.
Ah Mun alias Kum Won, the no
torious Chinese burglar who escaped
from Oahu Frisou on May II, I.S'.CI,
was capttirod by Detectives Larson
and Neil Uoylo in a Iioiimi on the
Sunny South premises, on tho Wai
kiki road, early this morning. On
May 22, eleven day after the escape,
a roward of .?lf0 was oiTered for
Kum Wun's arrest, and tho city was
scored by specials. Outgoing for
eign and inter-island vessels were
watched, and the fugitives supposed
resorts searched, but nothing could
bo learned of his whereabouts.
Kum Wuii was convicted of a
Dtirgiary at iiikiki. lie was Mip-
posou to Have committed a series of
robborios nt tho sainii plnou n -it
or two previously, nnd to finvo
suvoruly wountlud .1. F. Brown who
urapplod with hiin on llnilin him
In his bodrootn. Ho linn boon nuarlv
nino months nt Inrgo, imvor, so far
ns known, mnklnir nn ollbrt to lonvo
tho country. Much erwlit U duo
tho dotootives for tho roenptnro of
tho robbur, ns it is boliovod that In
has boon pursuing bin unlawful voca
tion since. Ho will bo docorntoil
with a striped suit nnd n ball and
Kum Wuti will npponr iu the Dis
trict Court ou 1'ob. Ul for additional
FIVE HUNDRED DOLLARS.
Penalty on a Ohlnoso Doalor En
trapped Soiling Opium.
Chun Wn Hung was before tho
District Magistrate this morning to
answer to n charge of sollim; opium
ou ilnu. Ill iu Honolulu. WitutHM's
for tho prosecution, who acted as
informers, testified that they had
bought opium from defendant at his
place, Kiug aud Mauuakea streets,
on tho date mentioned, tho mirchn-fo
money being furnished thorn by
Cnptniu Andrews. Captain Andrews,
who made tho arrest, stated that he
sent witnesses to tho dou to pur
chase opium, giving them a maiked
quarter aud a marked half dollar.
When tho ollicers entered the room
tho wituessos woro lying on the bed
smoking opium and defendant was
sitting down with a tray in front of
him and n box beside him. The
scale, nuts nnd tin coutniiiing opium
woro oil tho tray. Tho marked
money was found iu a pouch on
Defendant was found guilty and
sentenced to pay a lino of $."(K mid
bo imprisoned at hard labor six
Before Princess May became tho
bride of tho Duke of York she had
an ardent admirer in the person of
an errand boy. lie wrote nor a let- '
tor declaring his affection, and the
Princess promptly handed the epis
tle over to her father. The Duke nf
Took sent for tho young lover and
told him it was unmanly conduct to
propose to a girl unless he wai pre
pared to support her in the style to ',
which slio was accustomed. Where
upon the lad withdrew his suit.
(). W. (). Haidiuan, Sheriff of
Tyler Co., W. Va., appreciates a
good thing ami dues not hesitate to
say so. lie was almost prostrated
with n cold when he procured a bot
tle of Chamberlain's I ough Keuiedv
Ho says; "It gave tun pioiupt relief.
I find it to be an invaluable remedy
for coughs ami colds." For sale by
all dealers. Benson, Smith Co.,
Agents for tho Hawaiian Islands.
SMUGGLER AND BZ.ASHKR. S
Murderous Assault on Nntivo Detoc
ttvos by a. Ship's Cook.
Joseph Casiero, cook on the bark
S. (J. Allen, lias tfot himself into a
very serious predicament. The man
was known to the police both in
Honolulu and Sau Francisco as an
opium smuggler, and only on Jan.
'Mil, in ilw. intinr ..in,.,. 1..1 in. nr.
rested in company with J. Lario,
with thirty-five this of prepared
J,,UI ".""''r11 ,u- l,lm PT9'
sion. The San ! raucisco otneers bo-
lioved that tho tnen uere about to
..., ,,. ,... . ... , ,. ..,,.
, ' smuggled ashore at Honolulu,
W hen tho Allen arrived the llono-
lulu police kept their eves "peeled."
ami n Chinese informer gave Detec
tives .lames Kauhane and Herman
Kaouli a pointer the other (lay. The
oUieers watched the vessel and yes
terday evening, shortly before 7
o'clock, aw C'asioro come ashoro
from tho Allen, lying at Fishmarket
wharf, and start uptown. Ho was
followed by Kauhane and Kaouli
till near the corner of King and
Mauuakea streets, when Kaouli
made an attempt to arrest him. On
learning that Kaouli was an olliccr,
Casiero took out a long knife from
some part of his person and made a
lunge at him. The knife caught
Kaouli under the left arm between
the elbow and shoulder, creating a
gash an inch deep and two ami a
half inches long. Kaouli grappled
with the cook, when the latter stab
bed him again. The ollicor received
an ugly g.vh in the left thigh four
and a half inches long and three
inches deep. The muscles of the
leg were laid open. 1)1 ood Mowed
freely and Kaouli feeling weak call
ed out for help. Kauhane in the
meantime had jumped and just
managed to got hold of Casiero by
tho back. Kaouli ran off to a tele
phone and rang up the Police Sta
tion. As soon as Kauhane got a hold,
the cook lunged the knife at the
ollicor backward, inflicting on his
right leg a wound mx inches long
and three inches deep. A second
lunge was made, making a gash over
the left knee three inches long and
an inch deep. Kauhane v.as unable
to get a good hold on the cook's
arms, as the M'titiudrol was wriggling
about and slashing with the knife
all the time. Ho liunlly threw
Caiero on the ground face down
ward with tremendous force, nearly
smashing tho rascal's head in the
concussion. Then the ollicor laid I
blow after blow on Casiero. who
must nave thought Ins head was
going through a threshing mill. A
ragged wound was made over his
left eve, besides which two scalp
wounds and sundry bruises were
bestowed on the knife-wielder.
Help arriv.-tl from the Station and
Kauhane was found almost uncon
scious from loss of blood, holdiutr
down ('nsioro. Ollicers and prisoner
weio conveyed to the Station, where
the wounded policemen fainted from
loss of blood. Casiero was uncoil
M'ious, but t.ai l(l shortly after
fTFMwu. i;r. Cooper attended to the
injuries of the cook, and Kauhane'
and Kaouli were sent to the (JuccnY i
Hospital, where their wounds were I
ft. tilled and dressed. Doth were
verv weak from loss of blood. '
Vhon Casiero was searched at the ,
Station four tins of opium wore
found on his person. It was known
that lie brought twenty tiusof opium
nslioro from tins Allen, lint with tho
,,l" f tlio ftmr tlioy wlto nil
I'jM m tho stniKKlo, bmiij,' probnbly
pu'ki'ii p by Chiniiini'ii, who won
lriMMit in lnro nitnibors.
Cnsmro wi ehnrp-il with hiiiiij,'.
K'111!.' "'' asniilt. Ho i- tho h.iiiio
"' w' tlll;l nrn-st como tinm
no on tno itarit 'ornss. i iioinii-on,
wrapping liiinsH! in an American
Hag. lie brought his wife and family I
with him this trip from tho Coast. I
Jim Kauhane is well-known in
Honolulu, lie arrested Chun Hook,
the notorious Chinese burglar, iu
face of a drawn pistol iu 1 881 J, re- ;
ceiving for his bravery a gold watch !
from grateful residents. Herman '
Kaouli has been ou the force several ,
mouths. Both moil are uiidxr Cnpt. ,
The weapon with which the dead
ly work was done is twelve or thir-1
teen inches long and two inches !
wide at the hilt. It tapers to n
uuedlo point and is ra.or sharp. It j
is an ugly looking weapon.
Mrs. Ca-ioro and family visited 1
the prisoner this morning. Ho is n j
dark-looking fellow, evidently of
Italian origin. Ho has a dark mus
tache and a villainous demeanor '
Kauhane and Kaouli are resting
easy this afternoon, the latter being
tho worse of the two. Kauhane was
able to read a paper.
t'aiero, wlio did the slashing, is
Iu bo admitted to bail.
The trial of los. Casiero for as
sault with a deadly weapon and
opium smuggling, has been set for
Fob. '22 in the District Court. It is
believed, however, tho wounded olli-
cers will not be able to leave their
cots by that time, so that the case
will be further remanded.
Miss Louise Morris of Baltimore,
wlio-eeugagenielit to Frederick Cell
hard lia- just b-eu auuuuueed, has,
over since her society debut three
years ago, been a reigning belle. So
perfect are her liguin and face that
she has lieeu written and talked
about probably more than any other
woman. She s now about 21 years
old, nf ineilllllil height, beautifully
iiitildoil liguie, rich chestnut hair,
dark-iirowu eves and an eMpiisito
complexion At her home she is
known as one of the "big live," a
term applied to live of I lie most
bountiful gut- in Baltimore.
A" i ti i.vic tipiiun . loll I'lUXTLXU
nn' ill Hi) Hitllilin illliir
l IIMsllllli lint SI.
ill fi m i r I w IliMiin-
! I ll" lll lien i ! Ap
pi) ill I III llllli'l 1 .' lu
. llltl'MMoS'linr IIAMu V. MAI I,
uila-all I'liuin- ag.iili-l lilln I" In'
hvm'IiIihI nn or lielulf Urn ilia ul I elirilili)
ur tutllulijuiil. I'll v
A Boston Boy'a Eyesight
avod-Perhaps His Life
Sy Hood's Barsapartlla-Dlood PoW
oned by Canker.
Rtad the following from a grateful moRieri
"My little boy had Scarlet Fercr when 4 years
old, and It left him very weak and with blood
paltoaeA with canker, ltd eyes beeama
so Inflamed that hli sufferings were Interne, and
for seven weeks ha
Could Not Opon His Eyes.
I took htm twice during that time to the Br
and Ear Infirmary on CharlM afreet, hut their
remedies failed to do him tho faintest shadow
of good. I commenced gtrtng htm Hood's
Barsapnrtlla snd It soon cured htm. I hats
niver doubted that It tnd hi eight, crea
If ! kls rerr Ufa. You may use this te
Umoninlinsnr war jmi choose, lam always
ready to sound the praise of
because of the wonderful good It did my ion."
Ar.nm F. Dlackjiax, 2889 Washington St,
Boston, Mass. (1ft HOOD'S.
HOOD'S PlLLS at lund mule, and are bs
feet In composition, proportion and ;parasca
HOimON, NKWMAN .t TO.,
Agents for Hawaiian Hand.
Hawaiian Bred Holes
K. W. MACKAIM.ASK.
AT THE CLUB STABLES !
Fourth Hont, 2:
Promoter. 'J..1H.V hv lllne Hull. TA:
alo tint lru ot AiHx.',.rJ)l: Transit.
'Jl'.'l, and of the D.ims Itrllllnntine, '.'si ad Vigor. '.': '. "( iikoi.ic" la jet lilnek, one
hind white foot and a small strlMt In face. Weight, I.U'tD pound, l very flyll-h. gen
tle, a good iiriNlneer nnd u game nice hnre. Wdl olitii'l for a limited number of mnrex
nt KIKTY (D) HOU.AU3 Knit TIIK. SBAMIN, inxal.le lit tit if service. Till"
hnro bred In l'.rj to forty-lx mare, and prillleei dirty-two eolt
avi i m
FORTY-NINTH ANNUAL REPORT
New -York Life
JOHN A. McCAXL, President.
SUMMARY OF REPORT:
Bl'SIN'tiSS OF 18!)'t.
Interest, limits, etc
Endowments ami Annuities
Dividends, l'lireliu.-ed Instmince,
Total to I'olicv Holders
Xtimbei- if New
Amount of New
CONDITION .lANTAUY 1, 1H0I.
Liabilities, ! percent Standard
Number of Policies iu Force . . ,
Amount of Insurance iu Force .
Increase in Benolit to Policy
Increase in Assets
Increase in Surpltt-
lneieasi' in Insurance Written
increase iu Insurance iu Force
l Ineieitsc in Number nf Policies
Increase in Number of Policies Written in I ':
Increase in New Premiums Income over that of
In the following rospoctH the New
RECORDS over made by
Km st Nuinbei of policie- applied
Skconp Number of new polieie
'I'll i iii Amount of new iu-iirauce iued
For in it Number of new policies actually
Sixth Net inereiisi
Skvkntii Net gain it
iii-iii'iiiicf iii it r '
Corner Hotel and Nmiiinu St.
. . MUTUAL TELE. No. 438 . .
ISrci'lvi-d )er . H. "Oi'Mitili- '
Silk Dress Goods,
l.ndlei' and (JrmV Hllk Handkerchiefs,
Gents' Silk Sliirts
With Kour-lii-lmml Tie-to timtcli.
Windor Silk Scirf, extra loins. IjuIIp' I
and Uents' Mik Sulie, all -Innli-i-;
Japanese Crepe of A.11 Colors, '
flelitlumeir-t .InimiK'M' t rer rililrt imide
in Yokohamaperfect lit.
t.udl' ami f)ent' i'lne Strn Hnt, '
.liiniie- China Tea fet, ,
.lii.mee Flower Puts, i
(.tidies' Silk I'liemloe, '
HntidMiiiie Silk Mllt, Kir.
The Het Pood for lnfnnt.
We have n Inrj-o nortinent of
Wliieli up oiler at Verv ItcaxmaMc Prices.
rpH AT TltAl'T OK PASTt'UK
X IjiiiiI belonging to the K
tnte of l'lia. A. I.oinf, dteeneil,
situated In Pnlolo Valley and
containing l'!0 acres, more or
lci for a term of ear., the land Is en-elo-ed
by a ulistuntl:il fence. Kor inrll
I'ltlars ntiiih to K. A. SOHAKKKH.
r, J. h Coi.ii
CAPTAIN WII.I.IAM UAVir.S, KOIt
the uist twelve year in eultimand of
intcr-Mand teanierx, olters hl services as
Pilot to nuy jmrt or lainling In the
lliiwailati llnnds. Ilc-t of refereucu.
Iliiilre at olllce of .1. H. Walker, over
Spreokel.' Hank, Kurt ftreet. IW-tf
rpwo f.ol.K PINS -NAMK ON ONK.
1 "Mar I. Krlel;"im the other, "Ma
mie" -lot lietweeli rholnn Siinrn and
.luild treet. 1'lniler will be Kiutnhly re
wiinlcil on ntnrnlm: to
tt:it K. W. MAt'KAIM.ANi:.
Mndo nt Stockton, Cnl .
Sopt. 23, 1803.
Dam. llraii. h lliieciiieer. '.'.lpil. Promiiter
;.,:'.!'l,; Walker. J:ilU. Wales, '.':'.'7Jj Clneo,
I). II. DAVIS.
i 'JT.'ISS.tioT -l-l
t :i:ttKii:i(it-lit !"
. . H,-M(l0ii:i.'KI
. . J,'Mil,'.)t),2 no
. . l.lll.'l.loll.ill
. 17,iij.i,i;:;o is
. 77it,l."i(i,U7S ()(
1 ,fis-2,i;is .'
York Life, iu 1803, has BROKEN ALL
Hurselt or any other Company.
for in S!i:l !r,."itl(
net null v written in l.SH.'l
. . .So.lll
iu l.V.K! .
new liilsiiii's- over I he pn
..!, S I ,! II in
of fioete in forci
. . .;i7.,.Mi.s
BEFIG - ER,
l.UAl. AflKNI', HAWAIIAN Irfl.AMiS.
The Newest and the Latest
B80 fort Street, Honolulu.
The "Mother's Friend" Patent Shirt Waist!
Thl l the latest Improvement In Ilojs' Shirt Wait and a true frlfti I tc
mothers: no more buttons to cw on,h thee emiiiot eoine nil. Seh.ive
tlndii In white ninl In fancy percales from n cent" upward. . .
HOYS' CALICO WAISTS t.V A I.I. HIZKS AT .V. KXIS
jtct Mii' In
Children's Cloth Caps, University and Pinafore
We have them In ream, Cardinal, 'nv lllne .ind Seal llrown
CHII.imKN'8 AND INKANT'S KA.Nl Y KI.ANNK.I. COATS nt -rv low prle.
WArKltllli SAfsll HIIIHONS IN AM. COl.OltS.
THE ADELINE BLACK STOCKINGS
They are pronounced the bet by all w ho have given them a trial. We hnve
them for ladles, gent, children and Infan' m plain, riliheil. droit Mitch
aim oen worit. . . I iniie' Ailellne lllaek Stockitie ri,iieei to .U-eii
er pair. . . . jiillei- IMilliioinI
Have yon seen tliuKHK DltKN'S SCHOOL HATd that we are -clung fur ) cents'
The ure jtiM the thing for tn r Oirl-
35wl. S. LEVY
513 Robinson Block, Hotel St reel.
A LAItflK. A8SOHTMi:ST OK
Japanese Silk Crape
IN K.VKNINil SIIAIIKS
Vnol Dress (tooil.s,
Shawls, Ktc, Kic.
National Cane Shredder
I'ATKNTKI) I'VllKIt TIIK LAWS
7 '1C' 7
-u n-mmtjm. I i-yg-y . - .nu' ,M IT-;-:
"THK I'NDKHSHiNEI) HAVK BKKN AIM'OI.NTKI) Sol.K AtJKNTS KOU
thuMi Siikkiuikiis ninl are now prepared in receive nnler-.
The K ren t mlvuntimes to be ilenveil from tin- ie nf the N.MIoNAI. ITa.NK
.Siiukiiukk ure tliorouglily vntalilishcil ami uckiiowhMlgcil liv 1'l.iiilci
Tim lurKo iiiitulii'r nf Planters uing ihcin in the United States, 1'ub.i,
rgcntine Kepuhlic, Peru, Australia uml cUewln-re, hear witm-m to the
The use of the SmiKiiiihii very luritely uiumeiitH the ipi.tiituy nf cine
the mill can grind CJa n, ,ri0 ), also the cxii.ictniu nf juice (.ri to P.' ).
It is a great kiifcguanl, making known at mice the presence of any
pieces nf iron, stakes frmn outs, nr anything which would he liable to iliiuiugu
the mill, .mil allowing ample time I" remove sume hi (or il.uuiigtng the null.
The StiiiKiiiiKU is very strongly made, ninl fioiu the manner nf its opera-
tion it cuts nr tears these pieces of w I or iron without often breaking the
Siiiikiuikii; uml if anvibing lueaks, it is simply siuih of the knives or cutters,
which can no ipucKty anil ccniinmii'ally nphieiil I In- Siiiikhhkii, as its
inline iiulieates, tears the cam into shuils nf varving lengths, pcifecily upon
ing it anil allnwiug the mill m thnrnugbly (in ss out the jimes without re
linking the immense etra power necis-ar.v tu grind nr i rush the u-liole
cane. The SiikkiiHKU spreads (he shn ilihd cane utufoimly .mil evenly to
the mill tolls, ami doe- away with the nieessitv of spreading the bagasse by
luiiiil between the null-, where regiiniiiiig i in use. No gnatei amount of
boiler capacity is niptireil in npeiniu the miiikiiHhii than that vvbicli was
siillicient for tin null, fnr the almve reaon. We fiirui-h full wnrking
drawings fnr the nistallalmn nf nur Siiiimhmii ''iialiling anv loiiipitint en
gineer to successfully install ami slat them.
lu nrdellllg SlIllDliIH.Ks linm lis, please .si'liil small skeleh, showing til-'
dianieter and width nf the mill mil with wlm-h Shiu.hhmi is in In eoiuiectcii,
also the side (either right or lcil hand a jmi face tin dehvi iv side nf ilu
mill), upon which the null engiiu is limited, aUo the height imm llor line
to center nf front mill mil shaft, ami distance - nier this shaft in front end
of bed plate. These Siiukhhkiis are now lietiig list a hv tin llilo Sugar "o.
and Iluwi Mill, Knhal.i, where they an giving great satifactlon.
I'liccs and finiher particulars m.iv he had I y applying to
- AT rIK KAMol'h hldltK OK - -
IB. IF. EHLERS &c go.
BOB St S 1 1 PORT STR.B3HJT.
Canton Wa,sl-i Fa-lorios !
A liHiiilmnne I'olton Kulirle No htl-s ttun m-iisoii the I'llei-ts ure luo-siniilo of I'liinn
Silks to sec tliem nifiin to upprt'i'Iuti tlu'in.
i 811k nnUh Just out reul hreiuli ilcsigna are Hie llnett iin.l tin- oriui el tin si-iison
Oashmere Svioliixies SO Oeiats Yard !
Otw o( thv luiniUiiiiiftl Wimh MatfriuU lilln si-omiii fiitlrel) new suil
for tlu prlev linn no ciUiil.
WTaito 3Lja.-wTas a.xid Dimity I
In I'lniu, titrlpvil ami t'luvkisl lu grrnt variety.
i IV DrMUUklag Undr tbt tUrugtntnt ol MRS. HEMNCR.
UK KOfXl) AT
Mocking" nt -' wiit ir imir.
I have lieeti iiistrueted by
Mi:.I.M. ii:S. kSii.va, pro
pi'iftur nf the Hawaiian Jak-ani-k
IJaza.m:, Httlel -.tieet,
to M'll hi stock of JAI
SJ5 lii assort meiit of
KIXS will he sold l.l-STIIAN
Block, Hotl Streot.
nn-: Hawaiian islands.
G. IRWIN & CO., LU,
NiV lurn ".i ihr Ilnu iinut hlnmh.