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OAHU RAILWAY AND LAND GO,
KROM AN!) AKTKU JUNK 1. ISO.
To Ewa Mill.
Leave l'eorl t'lty..
Arrive Kwn .Mill...
Lenve Kwa Mill...
LeAve IVnrl City..
A. Hntunlays only.
C. HundavB excepted.
I), Hntunlnys excepted.
Elu Sniljj g UUtin.
WEDNESDAY, FEB. 21, 1894.
Tukhiiay, Krh. 20.
8imr W 0 Hull from Hawaii and Maul
Wkukkmiiay, Kelt. 21.
Httur I'ele from Kauai
Htmr Ivvulnul fniiu Kauai
Hlnir J A Oiiminltis from Koulnu
Slinr Ia'Imiii from Hiimulciia
WmNrjitY, Feb 21.
llrlt lik Velocity, Martin, for Hongkong
sunr jumus .mukco
for Hatmtiiaulu and
KaHia tit I i ni
Btmr Iwalunl for Kilauca at I n tit
Vottols Leaving To-tnorrow.
Qtmr lVIo for llanainaiilu
Oarffoos from Island Ports.
Htmr W Q HaII-11177 hags sugiir, Two or-
iiiikbi, oi onus t'ouer. si mil's mvn.tl
bills hlilrs, :iu t.lgK, 20 head
ii, i.ii... ..... . . .... . "... .
60 nkits sinul
Httur Jus Miikue 2MO hags
ugar and 3
Httur l'cle 1120 bags sugar.
Httur Ivvnlmil-KI bills hl.lo.
Httur J A Cummins lUuUhag Migur.
From Hawaii and Maui per tmr W (1
Hull, Kelt 20 Volcano: UuplJ Palmer, Jr.
Wayiorti: K It Hendry, It A (lurduor,
Msrsliul KO Hltoliconk, l! W Kieler ami
wife, Master Kneletuakule, l'rof II STown
send, II I' ltaeoii, Chin Kan, l.'hus Mii
comber, and Cldeck.
Kor Maul tiur ntntr Ulniidliio, I'eli 200
1 Wilder and wife, I)r Kalleu, U W Wil
bur, J II ilirshwlti, atnl Jo.icck.
Vossols in Fort.
USB I'hlladelpliln, llurkor, from Culltio,
UBK Adams, Neli-ou. from a cruise
II It II I) 'liniiituii, Illume, Kriiltnntllt
11 I J M 8 Nuulwn, Mori, from Jujitin
Am ililp II I' Cheney, Moxhvr, from Do-
Am lik H 0 Allen, Thompson, from Hun
Am bk Matilda, Hivutitou, from departure
Am Bohr Carrier Dove, Itrundt, from N'ow-
viinni-. n u
Am schr iColiort Scarlet, I'lltz, from New
castle. X b W
Am bk Aldett lleti-e, Krils, from Hun Kran-uIm-o
Am hktue Irmgurd, 8cbiul.lt, from San
llrlt shin Kustcroft, ltlmnier, from New
castle, N B W
llr burk Vlllultu, Hurland, from Llvor-
Haw bk 11 1' Ultliet, Motrixon, from Huu
tier bk .Nuutllus, Asalng from I.lverMol
tier bk tliilvustoii. from HuiiKkong
Koroign Vosaols Expoctod.
I' A 8 8 Aruwa, Stuart, from Vancouver,
II C, duo Tub 23
O 8 8 Australia. Houdlette, front Sau Kratt-
clnco, due l'cb2t
0 A 8 8 Warrlmoo, I'erry, from Sydney,
O .VOHH Oceanic, Smith, from San Kruti-
vleco, due Mureh 5
OBH Marlponu, Hit ward, front Sydney,
due Mar i'h K
O .VOHH Uaello, 1'earno, from Hongkong
and Yokohama, due May 14
Am bktuo Bkugli, from Port (Jumble, now
Am bk Harvester, from Sun Francisco to
Am bktno Dlscovury, from Sun Kninebeo,
Ilk M Huckfeld, front I.IvitmhiI, June 1-15
uk iiuimii jiruner, trout New xorK,
Am kidi Solvator, from N 8 W. Jan 2i
Am hktue llllo, from N 8 W, Juu 31
Ilk Xuntlppe, from N S W, juii -ju-31
Uer bk ()ulvuton, from Amoy, now duo
Uor bk J 0 (llude, from Liverpool, Apr 1-10
I.yiuun 1) Kiihter, from N h v, Feb 12
Keh (liildeti Slioro, fnim Neucai-tle, X.8.W.
The burk Velocity was towed to tea
The nt earners Inaluitl uud Mukee loft for
Kuual nalii thin afternoon.
Tho steamer i'elo will tuko u steam plow
for Huimiiiaulu plantation to-morrow.
Select Lantorn Show.
Mrs. Gans of Sou Francisco will
shortly give u series of steroopticou
exhibitions here. Her slides are a
private collection, not to be obtain
ed from tho dealers. They comprise
viows in tho Uuitod'Tviugdoin aud
on the Continent as well us in Amer
ica. These exhibitions have been
highly reported in tho San Fran
cisco aud Oakland press. Mrs. Uatts
will givo a parlor exhibition nt the
Hawatiau Hotel on Friday evening,
to introduce specimens of each series
to the notice of a representative
company. Tho first public exhibi
tiou will thereafter bo announced.
Mrs. Gans will give an entertaining
lecture with each exhibition.
O. W. O. Hardman, Sheriff of
Tyler Co., Vn., appreciates a
good thing and does not hesitate to
say so, He was almost prostrated
with a cold when he procured a bot
tle of Chamberlain's Cough Itemedy.
He says: "It gave me prompt relief.
I find it to bo an Invaluable remedy
for cougliH and colds." For sale by
all dealers. Ilonson, Smith A; Co.,
Agents for tho Hawaiian Islands.
Diamond Head, !1 p. m. Weather
clear, wind fresh northeast.
To-morrow is the anniversary of
George Washington's birthday.
Presidont Dole visitod the U. S. S.
Philadelphia yesterday. Thoro was
The Bteamor W. G. Hall did not
bring sugar from Lahaiua this trip
The whaler Mars and steam whaler
Navarch were cruising oil the Kona
coast last week.
Cash is paid for Hawaiian stamps
by the Philatelist's Exchange, Wash
ington. Seo prices elsewhere.
Chinese residents expect an an
swer to their resolutions from the P.
G. Councils to-morrow afternoon.
E. It. Hendry, manager of the Ha
waiian Hardware Co., returned from
Hawaii on tho W. G. Hall yesterday
A shoal of spouting whales was
seen on tho leoward side of Kauai
between Koloa ami Makaweli on
Sunday last. -
The Pioneer Mill at Lahaina,
Maui, broke down on Monday. Part
of the machinery was brought to
town for repairs.
Captain J. A. Palmer, Jr., of tho
Boston Transcript, was a passenger
from the Volcano on tho steamer V.
G. Hall yesterday.
Ktim Wun, tho Chinese burglar
who was caught yesterday morning,
made an attempt to hang himself in
tho Police Station cell, but failed.
Another design for the new Hag
of Hawaii has been added to the
exhibition in the Pacific. Hardware
Co.' window. It is a Utile wilder
looking than the rest.
To-morrow will bo lite second
anniversary of the death of the late
Bishop Hermann. There will bo a
solemn requiem mass at the cathe
dral at U o clock a. m.
Persons who want to got their
views beforo tho United States pub
lic am offered on opportunity by tho
American Nowspapor Syiiil cntu,
whoso notice appears In this issue.
Prisoners were engaged repairing
Alapal street this morning. TltU ,
road has 1moii neglected for some
time, and it makes the hearts of '
people feel glad to see lite work go '
A witness in a divorce suit to
come up in the Circuit Court this j
week returned from Kauai on Sun- .
day, and learning that she was to be '
stibpti'iiaod took passage on the
.ulkahala on tho following day.
Alf. W. Carter made his maiden
address to a jury this afternoon,
having for an antagonist no lcs
than Minister Hatch. The young
barrister mr.do his points with pre
cision, and showed promise of hold
ing his own with anybody after a
BIO MU8IOAL EVENT.
Kaumnknplll Church Overflown with
an Enthusiastic Audionco.
Kaumakapili uhureli was crowded
to the very steps lust night, fifty or
sixty people having only standing
space. There was not much short
of 500 pooplo present. The church
choir opened with an anthem, ac
compauied on the organ by Mr.
Pierce. Armstrong Smith's handbell
ringers from Kauluwela school play
ed very well for their second appuar
auce before an audience. Charles
Turner sang "The Pilgrim" aud
"Star of My heart," in the course of
the program, and was loudly encored
on each occasion. Mrs. Turner
("Auiiis Montague"), the "Hawaiian
nightingale," sang the iewel song
from Faust aud Handel's "Angels
Ever Bright and Fuir," being each
time recalled with prolonged ap
plause. For one encore she sang
"Kathleen Mavourueeu," and for
another "Homo Sweet Home," both
wluuiug hor ovations. A serenade
by Kulfner for violin, viola and
guitar was finely played by H. lleit-
mau, J. KoMHi anil A. .Marques. 1 lie
intorino.zo, "Cavalleria Kusticauti,"
played by Miss von Holt on the
piano, W. A. Love on the violin aud
Wray iaylor ou the organ, was a
troat. Mr. Taylor gave a concert
fantasia ou the organ, evok'itg some
of the sweetest harmonies from the
iuexhaustiblo capacity of that in
strument. He also played the Ger
man, American, British, Jupaiic.o
aud Hawaiian national anthems at
the close. As organier of the eon
cert Mr. Taylor is to be congratu
lated ou its great popularity.
Board of Education.
Presidont Dole has proclaimed
the following as the new Board of
William It. Castle, President, for
the term of one year.
Marion M. Scott, for the term of
Mrs. Frank S. Dodge, for the term
of two years.
Antonio Perry, for the term of
Mrs. B. F. Dillingham, for the
term of three years.
William D. Alexander, for the
term of three years.
Professor Alexander is the only
member from the old Board.
The experience of Geo. A. Apgar.
of Gormau Valley, N .1., is well
worth remembering. He was trou
bled with chrome diarrluea and
doctored for five moullm and was
t rented by four different tloelom
without benefit. He then began
using Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera
aud Diurrhtra Komody.of which one
small bottle effected a complete
cure. It is ftir sale by all tlealem.
Benson, Smith A; Co,, Agents fur llie
All kimlt of Cuinmrrciitl I'rinlniu
promptly rztcvltd nt low rule rif thf
ii ii i
After a NigM of Delirium He
Succumbs to His Wounds.
Restrictions Are Placed on the Gaged
Assassin and He Is Refused Bail.
Since the report of I ho stabbing
I of two native detectives, Jim Kau
haue and Herman Kaouli, public
feeling has run high, tho cowardly
act being regarded as that of a
demon. On tho streets yesterday
threat were made by foreigners
that, should tho ollicers die, Joseph
Casioro. tho kuife-wieltler, would not
fare well ifhe fell into their hands.
Kauhauo is very popular among
both foreigners 'and natives, ami
when his condition yesterday even
ing was reported as improving, there
was a general feeling of relief in tho
community. Hccovory of his com
rade Kaouli was doubtful, he being
the worse wounded of the two.
About o o'clock yeslerday after
noon Detective Neil Boylo visited
thoollleer nt the Queen's Hospital.
Kauhauo asked Bo vie, "What do
you think of tne?" Nell replied, "Oh,
1 guess you'll be nil right. Kauhauo
seemed to be delirious.
Toward midnight Kauhane, who
was a powerful man, became restless
' ami moved about recklessly. This
I morning his wounds broke out
I afresh, aud the brave ollicer died at
' l:'M o'clock. Marshal Hitchcock,
who returned from Hawaii ou the
. V. G. Hall yesterday, was notified.
and this morning Deputy Marshal
' Brown, as coroner, empaneled a
1 jury to hold an inquest The jury
sat at JliJHI o'clock.
. Al II o'clock the Marshal in com-
1 iti i it it if I niwitlinr .till. tt I 'iiuiiifh
thu' red-handed asmssiti, in his
t the Stnlion. They spent al
jnsiij imiii iiiiwiiiri iiniirti wmvi(r
her sitent about
tun minutes in the cell, aud ou leav
ing gave strict orders that neither
the wife or family of Casioro nor
anyone else was to be allowed to seo
the prisoner without his permission.
As previously reported (Jasiero
was to bo admitted to bail, but since
the death of Kauhauo this has been
Doctors Cooper aud Williams at
tended ou the prisoner in his cell
this morning, to dress a wound over
his left eye ami abrasions ou the
Herman Kaouli appeared to be on
the road to recovery this morning,
and spoke with several rcgatding
Knuliane. lie said Kauhauo slept
from 8 o'clock yesterday evening
until 2 o'clock tins morning, when
he awoke. His breath came utiickor.
1 and he gasped at intervals until l:.'U)
tictocit, witen no passeti away quietly.
Kaouli, who occupied a cot near by.
watched his comrade as ho suffered
without beiuu: able to render per
sonal aid. It must have been a piti
Jim Kauhnne was born in Kati,
Hawaii, thirty seven years ago. Ho
was o feet 10 inches in height ami
between 220 mid 2.' Ml pounds in
weight. His powerful build and
evident strength won for him tho
wholesome awe of criminals. While
arrest iug t he notorious Chinese burg
lar, Chun Hook, in iSSli, Kauhauo
was cut with a knife, the burglar
carrying that instrument in his left
hand and n pistol in his right. This
last ami fatal attack is therefore the
second time he has been assaulted
with a deadly weapon while in the
performance of his duty as n police
ollicer. He has been on the force
off and ou for about fifteen years,
acting as lieutenant in 1S81. aud
later as captain under Marshal
Sopor. During Marshal Wilson's
time he served as lieutenant. His
connect ion with the police was
severed for several mont lis. and after
the revolution of IS'.t.'l he enlisted as
secret detective under Captain
I William l.nrsen, in wliicli iiositiiui
' lie eaiiie to his tr.'iK'ie tiittliit. Ho
le;ies a witlow mid family.
Tho ttnvii is Imiiiii ciiiivasnetl for
stiliseriiitioiie in aid of the tlead
umn n family and liin wtiuniled com
rade. The funeral will take place at 1
o'clock this afternoon from the
(jueeu'h Hospital. The remains are
to lie interred in the Kawniahao
( eelllelery. The ol)e(liies will lie
, honored with a dutaehnieiit of
ittvelu police ollicers from each
watch under Captain I'arker.
losuph C'asiero tloes not neein to
ho in any way allocled over Kan
bane's ileal It.
The follow iiiL' jury has been em
paneled ami will impure into the
ileal h of Kauhauo: (.'. A. I'eacock,
1 F. lirowu, .I.S. Martin, 1). lveliipio,
V. M. HiK'k'ins anil Jos. l'aakattla.
1 11 is probable their verdict will not
lie rendered until after tho funeral
Ton dayn loss of time on account
of nicluions anil a doctor bill to pay,
is anything but pleasant for a man
ofalattiih to contemplate, whether
, ho is a laborer, mechanic, merchant
t or publisher. .Lis. (). .louos, pub
lisher of the Leader, Meia, Texas,
was sick 111 bed for ten days with
the (,'rip during Us prevalence a year
or two apt. Later in the season he
had a second attack. Ho says: "lit
Hie latter ease I used Chamberlain's
C'ouli Ifi'incd) with considerable
Micce.iv I think, onl. lieiiiK' in hod a
little oer two days. The second at
tack I am satisfied would have been
i-t I ltd 1 1 as bad as the first but for
the use of this remedy." It should
be borne in iiiuid that the Kn' is
much the kiiiiik a- a very severe cold
and reipuics picccoly the same
treatment. When ou wish to euro
a cold ipiickl ami ell'eciually ie
this lonicd) aliial. lie and Ml emit
bottles for Mtlo by all dealers, lien
sou, Smith Co., Aleuts for tho
I Hawaiian Islands,
Mr: C. JJ. Card
Made Over Anew
Chronlo Headache Cured Weak
Lungs Made Strong and Well.
" For years I had sick headftchci every day, and
I nho li.ii varjr weak langa. Since 1 have
been Liking Hood's B-mjurllla, I hare
been rallrr l eiirfd of lirAilaches, and my
lunRS art strong and well. 1'rlcnJi often say
How Well You'ro Looking.
1 tell tlicm It Ii duo to Hood's Sarsaparllta. I
am small In stature tisver neighed over
loo pounds beforo ta'.lag Hood's Sarsapa
rllU and at the time I began taking It I had
run lon to 83 pounds, but now I weigh
1 1 IV My friends tlioujlit t would t 4ca4
Ion j ngo, but I am perfectly well. I am
unabls to express my thinks for tlio good
bai done me." Mus. I. II. ('Alto, 1215 Adellns
Hood' t Fills euro ud hirer UN, nillous
ess, .laiiiidl-e lidlgrUi't, Skk tteadaebe.
HOIIKON, NEWMAN A CO.,
Agents for Hawaiian Islands.
Hawaiian Bred Mules
CaT Apply to
IMIw K. W. MAnr.MM.ANK.
AT THE CLUB STABLES
Fourth Hoat, 2:10.
Hire, Prompter. '2.1M, bv llltic Hull, 7i; Dim, (Irate, hv lluccineer, I'.'l. Prompter
U nl-o the sire ot Aikix. 2t'.ll: Trait-It '.'s.il'si Walker. Jfit. Wiilus. .':,; Clueo,
'irJI; ntul uf llie I)atu llrllllantlnu, '.':IT uud Vigor, ;!.'. "1 khu.k'' U Jt hiuek, one
hind while font mid n smalt strlHi In face. Weight, 1,0 Ml siiinil, Is very tllsh. gen
tle, n good produce and a game race hore. W'll stand fern limit. l iiuiiiIkto( murex
ot KIKTV (l DOLLAIta KHt THK KKASON. 1. yahlu 111 tl of service. Thl-
hore wit bred In iv.r.' to fortylx marcs and produced forty-two eolts.
FORTY-NINTH ANNUAL REPORT
New -York Life
JOHN A. McCALL, President.
SUMMARY OF REPORT:
BUSINESS OF I8JKI.
I'reiniiiiii Ini'omo .$ 27,-ISS,l"7 .!!
Interest, Hunts, etc li.ItT'l.US'.l.fil
Total Income $ :i:i,sn:i,iiiii.i,;i
Doath Claims S,IIO,on:L-lU
ICiulowmeiits and Annuities 'J,l!M,ilO'2.i)i)
Dividends, l'lindniscd Insurance, etc l,10.'l,-lf:.ill
Total to Policy Iloldorn t 1.!lO.II.Sl-lfi0.J7
Number of Now Policies Isstiuil H."),! 1 1
Amount of Now Iimuraucu Written 1-JS,117,1 M .(in
COXDITION .lAXUAIiY I, 1HDI.
Lialiilities, -1 pur eeul Stamlanl l.'l,l)7.r),ir)l .Oil
Surplus 17,H'J."),li:l0. KS
Number of Policies in irre J").'l,S7(i
Amount of Insurance in Force 77,.i,l")(i,(i7S.()0
PKOGKKSS IX 1SW.
lueroieiu in Huuelits to Policy Ilolilor.s if I,0IM,-l!!7.S-I
Inereand in Asset-. . I lJOl.n.S'J.'i'J
Increase in Surplus 22l,US,2.(S
Inentitse in liisiiiunce Written .V1,S1J,0-1-1 (10
Iucreiist) in Insurance in Force S'.i.Ml.S.OI'.l (III
Increase in Number of Policies in Force :J7,'.ltlS
Increase in Number of Policies Written in isii.'i
over ISil-J l.S.S.'ii!
Increase in New Premiums Income over tliitt of
ISii'i ,liS-2,ll.iS d'2
Iu tho following rospucta tho New York Lifo, in 1803, has BROKEN ALL
RECORDS ovor matio by Huraulf or any othor Conipuny.
Fllor Number of policies applied for iu S'.: !l.i,.")tlli
Sli'oni) Number of new policies actually written in ISii.'S
TiuitD Amount of new insurance i.-Mici in Is'.t.'l . ..,J'j:!,.snii,0ll0
Fiii'ltTil Number of now policies actually paid for in 1Mb'!
Finn Net aiu in new business ovei tin- previou- year
Sixth Nel iucrtui-e in niiinbcr of policies in force .'I7,'.I0S
Slvk.stii Net gain iu insurance in for c .. . . . f.s,.i,iiis,o,.i
O. O. BERGER,
I ll'.l Im lllLSLHAL AH K.N I", HAWAIIAN ISLANDS.
Corner Hotel nnd Nuuunii St.
. . MUTUAL TELE. No. 438 . .
Itecetvcd per .. S. "Oceanic '
Silk Dress Goods,
Indies' and Hciil' Bilk Handkerchiefs,
Gents' Silk. Shirts
With L'our-lti-hand Tie tu match.
Vlml(ir Silk Scurf", extra loii(j: lidle'
and Oeuts' Hlk Nihe, all similes
Japanese Cropo of All Colors,
Oi'iitleinen's .lainnee reix- Milrl imide
in Yiikuhiitiiu perfeU lit.
Ladle' and Gents' l'lni) .Straw Hats,
.Inpntie" Chlni Tin Sets,
Juptnee Flower Puts,
Ladles' .Silk CheinNe,
HandMiiiic Silk (JuIlK lite.
vsr .A. JVI E 'xm
The Host food for Infants.
We have it largo asnrttncnt of
Which ne oiler at Verv Iteavjtiahlc Prices.
rpil AT TIlAtT K PAST fit B
X Land Is'Ioiil'Iiik to the IN
tuteof t'hus. A. IuiL'. deceased,
situated in Pillule Valley and
eoutuinllii! hi" acres, mure or
lers fur a term of jenrs; the land is en
clued hy u luhstautlal fence. lor parti
culars applv to K. A. 8CH AKKKIt.
Or, J. h I'oliuiiN. 1i')5-lw
CAPTAIN WILLIAM DAVILS, KOIt
the pint twelve ,enr In coiiimatul of
lnler-lluud teutner, oiler hl services us
I'llut to any Kirt or lainlliut in the
Hawaiian I-ilutid. lel of refcreucu'.
Iliiptlrc nt olllee of .1. S Walker, over
Spreckul' Hunk, Kort street. tlVf-tf
rpWO HOLD IMN'8-NAMi: ON ONK,
1 "Morj I. Krlelj"ou tl ther, "Ma-
mle"-lol iH'tuecn Thomiei Niunrc and
Judd treet. Hinlcr will he suitably re
wunled ou returning to
t0lt K. W. MACKAItL.VNK.
Mndu nt Stockton, Onl ,
Sopt. S3, 1803.
I). II. DAVIS.
The Newest and the Latest
1ST. S. S-A.CHS'
SSO fort Street, Honolulu.
The "Mother's Friend" Patent Shirt Waist!
Thl" Is the lotest Improvement In llos' Shirt Wnlts nnd .1 true friend to
mothers! no more buttons to ew on,'u thi-c enimot eoiue oil. We hnve
them In while and In fancy percales from u" cent- ,ipunrd
HOYS' CALICO WAISTS IN ALL SIZLS AT J.'. 1 UN 18.
Ittet SIuik- III
Children's Cloth Caps, University and Pinafore
We hare them In Cream, Cardinal, Navv llluc and Seal llrown.
CHILDItKN'8 AND IN KANT'S FANCY KLANNLI. COATS at verv low price
WArKUT.D8A.SII ItlltHONS IN ALL COI.OII8.
THE ADELINE BLACK STOCKINGS
They are promutneed the het by all w ho have given them a trial. We h ive
them for ladle, getit, elilidreu and Infaie- 111 plain, riblH-d, drop tit h
and oeti work. , , . I miles' Aileblie Itl.iek Slm-kilie ruluced to 'i,.,t
per pair. , , . Uullc?' Diiimutid 'thick Mocking- at J lent- -er pair.
Have )ou -ecu the fill' DIIKS'8 SCHOOL HAT8 that we are-. . mg fur , nt-
The ure Jitt the thing for l'o or nlr'.
513 liohinsnn Block, Hotel Si root.
HAS RECEIVED NOTICK !
A LAIIOK AHHOItT.MKNT UK
Japanese Silk Crape i:i::::::::i
IN KVKNINO .SHADKfc
Wool I)'C88 CJoods.
Striped r'l.uii'lHtt', -- 4 , . . , ..
1 SiCJS?11 A In' iio-ortmi'iit ni
Checked FldiiolcttoH. .lAPANKSK llKK NA1-
C'rnpe, k I XS will l.c m, u than
Slmwls, lite, Ktc. ctivr.
3L. S. LEVY,
513 Robinson Block, Hotal Slrenl.
National Cane Shredder
i'ati:nti:d cndki: tiik laws ok rin: haw ii.n iilnd-.
TIJIE UNDKHKIONEII HAVE KEEN AI'I'lHNlEDStil.E AtlENTS Kolt
(here SiiKKiiiiKiis mill are now prep. onl ii receive uiilcr-.
The jstciti mlvuntiines to lie ileriveil from lie iim- nf the Naiuinvi. Cam:
Siiiikiidkii are llioroulily estalilishetl ami uekimwl iIki-iI l.v I'I.uiIitk
The lurne iiumlicr of I'lunters iistiiK tlieni tu iln- United Siuic, CuL.t.
Vrcnlinc Kupiililic, I'eru, Aiistriiliu nel elsevvleie, hen vvitncps In the
The iims of the Siikkiuikii very largely uuuineuts tie- ipinilitv (,f cune
the mill can Kritnl ('-' t ')() ,). also the extraction of juice (,'i i., pj',).
It is it great .lfcKlliinl, making kinmu ul once the ptci-eiice nf tiny
pieci-Mif iron, stakes from cms, or unytlnui: wlm-h w.uilil l.c buhlc to d oimp
the mill, ami ullovviut; auiplt time to loiuove -niic l..for.' ilam.iciuv: the mill.
The Siikkiuikii is very strongly made, ami ir 'In uiauucr of its op. in
dun it cuts or tears llice pieces of wood ot iron without oft n lire.ikinv; the
Siiiikiidkii; ami if anything hunks, it i -imply mhiichI the kiuv or cieiers,
which cm he ipiickly ami cconoiiiii-ally replacul. I In Siihi.iuikii, a its
iiiiuiu iudicalcs, tears the cune into sliicds ol v.irving li-iigtlis, piilci ily open
ing it and ullovviut: the mill in ihoriiiiglilx pner mil die juico with.. nt n
tiiring the immense e.Mru power iicctsmiy in piml m ctie-h llie whole
ciino. The .SiiiiKiiDKH "preads the shrnlihd cam uniformly ami evinl.v to
the mill rolls, ami due- away uilh tin- in-ci-rril, of p-pnailiiig tin li.ign-re lv
liiiml hctwccn the miHs. vvheic rogiintliiig i-in uc. No gnatii muoiiut ol
boiler citpac'ty is leipuicd to opeiul.- the miui.iiihii tlian that vvh.ch w.tc
stilllcieul for the null, for the iiliove reaM.n- c fuinish full vvi.ikmi;
tlrawings for the institllaliott of oin Siiiikiuikiis, iiiahliug mi cumpi tint en
gincci iti MicccssfitUy install ami stint lluiii.
In ordemig Siiitiami. us from us, phase mihI -mall sketch, i.i.vviug lie
iliameter mid width of the mill mil- with winch ill;hlin.n n- in he ci.iiih cl d,
also the side (either right or left linud u vou f.u-i the debveiy rule el the
mill), ilpmi which the mill engine i-locatcil.'iiUo the Iniglu fmui lii.ni line
to center of front null toll rli.ill, ami dn-tanci cinui ih i-luft to trout cud
nf hill plate. Then- Sintl.'liia.lfs an- now hi nig Um u hv llie llllo Sllgai I'o.
ami Hani .Mill, Knhala, where ilnv an givim; urivii s,iu'f ictlou
Knees ami liiHlici particul.ii" tu . be hml applv iug to
WM. G. IRWIN & CO., LU,
NiV li ( Uit thf ,in. mini Itliiinli.
AT I' II K KAMUlri Slultl'. OK -
B. F. EHLERS &c CO.
DOS & bll FORT STItHlinT.
Canton Weisiti Falorios !
A liHiiilmiuiK Cut ton Kulirli', Sew htu this M'ason tin cllccts arc im i-iinia ul i hnir
hllks. to them menus loiiiiriclati' thciu.
'ME.j&JEl.TJ SATEENS !
Silk tluUli just out mil Kri'iu Ii ilcigus arc tint linct tun! tin- craic of tin- .,,. i,
OaBhmere Suoliirxes eo Oeiats Yard I
One nf tin- hauilMiiucht Wimh .MiitcrlnU this sciimiii ftitin-l) new him
for thu price has no ispinl
Wtiite Lawns and Dirxiity I
In I'lniii, ritrls'i mul Olicclcit In gnnt vnrivty.
IV Drtuatklog Uodtr tki Huugtatnt ol MRS. RENNER. ju
UK KOt'XD AT
pru'torof (In- II.wv.miav.Jai'
ai;ik Ha.ami. Miiicl ntivct,
to M.-1I his. tick of .IAI'-