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OAHU RAILWAY AND LAND CO,
KKOM AND AFTKK JUNK 1. 1KO.
To Ewa Mill.
Irt-uve rearHJity n:30
Arrive Ewa Mill U:57
Unve Ewa Mill
Inve Penrl Olty....
LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS. CHINESE USE THE BOYCOTT.
It looks like more rain.
Opium is said to bo very clionp.
day for Govern
Out All Business Connection
With Supposed Enemies.
Slu gnilj) g UUJin.
EDNESDAY, FEB. 28, 18SH.
Wkiisemy, Keli. 28.
Bttur Kanln (ram Knliuku
Stmr Hawaii from Hntiiakna
Htmr ,eliim front llnnmkim
btmr Jniues Makce from Kauai
Wkiikmimy, Feb. H.
Haw lk It 1 Itllliet, Morrison, for Hun
Vossols Ztoavins To-morrow.
Htmr Jamo Mnkco for Hanamniilit and
Knliuku ntul l'liiialuu at
Kanait nt I ti tit
... . . .
Biiur rvaitia ior
10 a in
Uer bk Nautlliti, AmttiiR, for Han Kranclco
Oargoes from Island Ports.
Htmr Kaala 20.5 bags suur.
Htiur Ho wall -0300 baits sugar, SO bead cat
tle. Htmr James Makce 2300 bag Minor, .10
bags rice, 2 bulls, 1 iitirwbi-ul, and )
From Kaliuku, iior attnr Kimlit, Koli 2S
Mrs Arnemann, child and nurie.
From Kapaa, jH-r stinr J a men Makce,
Feb 28 L'apiuln Thompson and Hid' ok.
Fur Han Krniiobco, ikt bk It l Hltlict.
Feb 2-Artbur Fnuiett, W A Wbott, K J
For Maul, wr xtmr ('laudliie, Feb 27
Itudolph Hiirvckels, T 11 Ill-hop, 0 A
HniwkcN, W K lloud, J W I'olvlllc. A 11
.Vlflnvlti, Miss Campbell, F V Hardy.
James Anderson, S V Crook, l'aul Iscu-licrg.
Foreign Vossols Expoctod.
A 8 8 Warrlmoo, l'orry, from Hydney,
due Feb 28
O it O 8 B Oceanic, Bmltb, from 8au Fran
cisco, due Murcli 5
0 8 8 Marltou, Haywnrd, from Bydney,
due March M
O t O 8 H Uaollu, IVamc, from Hongkoni;
and Yokobauiu, due May 14
Am bktno Bkaglt, from l'ort (Jumble, now
Am bk Harvcutcr, from Han Franclico to
Am bktno Discovery, from Ban Francisco,
Ilk M Hackfeld, from Liverpool. Juno 1-15
Haw bk Helen Drewtir, from New York,
Am sub Halvator. from N 8 V, Jan 2
Am bktno Hllo, from N B V, Jan 31
Ilk Xantlppe, from N 8 W, Jan 20-31
Uer bk Galveitou, from Amoy, now due
tier bk J 0 (Dude, from Liverpool, Apr 1-10
l.ymun D Foster, from N 8 w, Feb 12
Hcb (lolileii Hliuru, from Newcastle, N.8.W.
Vessels In Port.
UBH Philadelphia, Darker, from Callao,
U 8 8 Adams, Nelson, from a cruise
II 11 M II Champion, Hooke, KiUlumult
II I J M H Naulwa, Mori, from Japan
Am ship D ' Cheney, Mosher, from Do-
To-day is pay
meut o tn ploy cos.
Diamond Head, 3 p. in. Wenther
hazy, wind light northeast.
B. F. Ehlors & Co. resorvo their
space for an interesting advertise
ment. Copies of Thrum's nntuinl for 1875
and 1879 are wanted. Apply this
Two fines for drunkenness were
tho only penalties inflicted in the
uisinci ioun io-uay. ,
All Knights qualified nre requested ,
to attend at the Castle Hall of Mys-1
tic Loci go this evening. '
Thomas Wall is now captain of
Co. B of tho P. G. volunteers, ami ,
Oscar White second lieutenant. !
Thero was a heavy rainstorm ac
companied by thunder and vivid
Hashes of lightning this morning.
Kosorved seats to hear Mises
Albu and Mrs. Christie to-morrow
ovouing should be secured without
L. J. Lovoy will hold a special sale
of superior housohold furniture, also
an open buggy and two sets harness,
at 10 o'clock Friday.
Tho Ilaymoud & Whitcomb tour
ists, in chargo of C. 11. Lyon, are
ospected bore on tho return of the
S. S. Australia from the Coast.
Daniel McKouzie is out of the
Queen's Hospital considerably im
proved aftor soveral wooks' confine
ment with a sovore internal malady.
The halliard ou tho flagpole over
tho Amorican Consulate parted ln.l
week. The Hag was still flying, hung
from its upper corner, until taken in
Tho remnant of Government laud
of Woawaa, Puna, Hawaii, contain
ing an area of 437 acres, was sold at
auction to-day to K A. Lyman for
tho upset prico of $137, or one dollar
Tho P. G. spy who is living at a
certain King street rooming homo
is being well stuffed by royalists,
and in consequence has been carry
ing some horrible talcs to the I'. U.
A native hack driver went on a
time last night and landed at the
Police Station this morning hack,
horse, harness and all. He was
charged with drunkenness aud the
horse and appurtenances were pout
Tho mounted patrol has been
strengthened by the addition of live
new members, bpecials are also doing
enlisted by tho Marshal to watch the
mythical "Quoou'a Guord." The
specials are from the Amcrii'iiu
Tho beneilt coucert to the Kawniu
hao Seminary will take place at Ka
waiahao church ou Saturday even
ing. Those who were unable to gain
outranco to tho Kaumakapili concert
will be given a chance to hear the
Next Sunday evening at t lie ncrvico
of tho second congregation of M.
Andrew's Cathedral the Bishop will
confirm a large number of candi
dates to be presented by the Itev.
Alex. Mackintosh The service will
commouco at 0 o'clock instead of (!::K).
i J. F. Morgan tho auctioneer loarn-
! ed through his cook yesterday morn-
itiL' that posters had been issued
advising all Chinese residents who
did any business with Mr. Morgau
to boycott him. At the auction sales
held yesterday only one Chinaman
was present and that, was at tho sale
at H. Hackfeld A: Co.'s warehouse.
The Chinaman, Sung Yuen Kee, a
tinsmith who owns a store ou Ma
unakea street, bought a dozen shoots
of corrugated iron roofing for 52.50.
The news soon spread about that
Sung Yuen Kee had done business
with Mr. Morgan and a howl was
Yesterday evening a delegation of
Chinese called on Sung Yuou Kee
aud made dire threats against him
for violating the order posted about
town. Tho tinsmith, iu fear of his
life, explained his position. Ho said
that he thought the corrugated iron
was the property of 11. Hackfeld &
Co., aud not of Mr. Morgan, Tho
delegation after a parley in Oriental
jargon elicited from the frightened
tinsmith an abject apology, aud a
promise that he would also make a
public apology. Shortly aftor noou
to-day Chinese posters were pasted
up iu Chinatown with an apology
from Sung Yuen Kee.
Fifty Chinese hackmen have
bauded themselves together and
will boycott T. B. Murray, carriage
manufacturer. Formerly those hack
mou had all their repairing done at
Murray's shop. Kecently Murray
called on Ho Foil and stated that
the American League, of which he
was president, was not inimical to
Chinese interests, and ho (Murray)
would show him (Ho Foul the min
utes of their various meetings. Ho
Fou had no time to embrace the
It is reported that the firm of M.
S. Grinbaiim A: Co. will bo boycotted
by the Chinese, on account of C.
Hollo's connection with the firm.
The lawyers, it is said, will not es
cape the boycott system, which, by
the way, was inaugurated by sup
porters of tho P. G.
WANTS HIS GUN BACK.
Tho Marshal Says tho Wonpon Bo
Ioiirs to tho P. O.
Harry.) lien called on the U S.
Minister yesterday for advice with
regard to the possession of a rifle
and nmiiiun'tion now held by the
Marshal. The outfit was his pro
perty but lind boon surrendered ou
an order from the P. G. Now he
wants to know who is the owner of
the articles. Minister Willis replied
that lie eottlil not give .Mien any as
The gun hn quite a history. It
was dropped by someone in the Wil
cox revolution" iu lbS'.l, and .Iiien
kept it until the revolution of 1 Sill I,
when lie entered the l. G. ranks
with the Wilcox gun. While iu the
P. G. ranks .luen nlway carried the
same gnu. .Shortly before lie was
given the g. b. the gun was appro
priated by someone in the .ludiciary
building, nud it finally found its
way into the barracks, whore it was
later identified by Jiieu. Before be
ing discharged from the police force
lie was ordered to deliver it to the
Marshal with all ammunition, which
was done, and the old gun holds a
place iu the gun lack at the Station.
The Marshal has refused to deliver
it up, claiming it as Government
Saved MyWife's Life Steamship Co
FOR SAX MtANCISCO.
NIK Al 8TK.VM8HII'
John W Jonet
M Of ray own tre will and accord, unbilled by
anyone, and wlthlng only to do Rood to the
mictd, I wWi U tell of the good qualities of
Uoo&'t Sariaparllls and llood'i 1111. I think
there are no medlrlnet snunl to them, and htT
proved their merit ty ciperlenc In my own
family. My wife, lucliel, hat been afflicted
with weaknon, nertnu.nen, and salt rliium. I
pent nearly Ml that I tin I of tlilmotld't Koods
for doctnr'n tilt and medicine until we decldtd
to try llood'i Sariaparllla. It undoubtedly
Saved My Wife From the Crave.
The istt rheum liai entirely healtd and ihs U
restored Kd henlih. I h.tTS many
frlendi and relatlret In the east who will be
(lad to know that
wire." Jou w. joxrs.
wiu. i.i:.vvij iiosoi.i'i.u
Mill TIIK Al!"t - I'llHT OX
Saturday, March 3d,
mih Thrciuuli Ticket from tlif Citv to all
points In tlio rnitel Htntc.
tW- Kor further partlmilnrs regarding
Kri'lglit or l'asage, apply to
WM. O. lit WIN ,V CO., l.'n,
Hat cured my
HOOD'S PlLLB ttht btit ttler dtnmr niu,
uitil dUtitlon. car httdMli Try bos. IM.
HOIIIION, NKWMAN A CO.,
Agpnts for Hawaiian Islands.
PER S. S. "AUSTRALIA."
The Newest and the Latest
CAN ALWAYS BK FOL'XI) AT
3ST. S. S-A.OHS'
BBO Fort Street, Honolulu.
The "Mother's Friend" Patent Shirt Waist!
TliU N the latent liiiprnvftncnt In lloyV Hlilrt Wnlt niht a true friend to
motliersl no more button to sew on u thec riuinot eome nil'. Wclmvt
tlii'iu hi white and In fancy percu'es from ifi cent upunnN
HOYS' CALICO WAISTS IN A I.I. 8IZKS AT ii CBN TS.
latent Slinpe In
Children's Cloth Caps, University and Pinafore
We have them In Cream, Cardlnnl, Nuv lllueutid Sent llron.
CHlLDitEN'8 AND ISKANT'B FANCY KI..VNNB1. COATS at very low price.
WArBltini SASH HIIIIIONH IN Al.l. COl.OltS.
THE ADELINE BLACK STOCKINGS
They are pronounced the het hy nil who have jjlveti them a trial. We h ive
them for ladles, Kent, children mid lnf.iii' ti pliln, rlliln., drop tlt-li
and oeii work. . . . I.ndlc' Adeline lllnck HtiM-kltir reduced to fiient
per pair. . . . Indies' Dlitmoud Pluck St'xkliiic at .': c-tit- per pnir.
Have jou een the CHM DltKN'rt SCHOOL II ATS that we are .,dlln: for .Mieut-
Thev are Jttt the tiling tor ltoer Ulrl.
, NUMUKIt OK TIlYI'OrS. WATr.lt
V Cnk (Iron Itoiind '!') allonx each),
Coral Itoek, in iiunutllles to ult, delivered
one mile fnuu tho I'ot Olllco at "A rent"
tier load. Apply to
T. W. I1AWLIN8,
Dell Tele. M. P. O. Ilox I. IW lm
At the Beaver Saloon,
H. J. Nolto, Proprlotor.
Every lUn-rlpUon oJOII I'MXTIXO
ilmtr uf th' liult'titl Oilier.
AT THE CLUB STABLES
Mndo nt Stockton, Onl ,
Sopt. 33, 1803.
W, hy Itluc Hull, 7A; Dam, Draco, hy lluccuuccr.uVWi. l'mtnptcr
(Ki.'ii.it" Is i''t lilnck, one
Is nlo thu idro of Apex, ivi Trnntlt. Siai.Si Wnlker, J:'J.! Wnlw, a:s")! Clitco,
j:ji: utui oi tno imuii iiriiiiantinu, '.':it nu viiter,
Weiiihl, l,i iV) iMiimil-; l very tyllh. ucn
horro a hred Iu li.' to fort -lx maro nud priMluccd leriy-two colt
iiinu wiiiio loot ami a smiiii MriiHi in lace. eu:
tie, a kimhI prediicur nud n muiic race lior-e. W ll utiiud for a limited iiuuihcr ef mnrei
nt KIKTY (MI DOI.I.AI h'Olt THB HKASON. i.nhle nt time uf .ervlcc. Till
M. S. LEVY
513 Robinson Block, Hotel St reel.
A I.AHHK ASSOltTMBXT OK
I). II. DAVIS.
FORTY-NINTH ANNUAL REPORT
Am bk 8 O Allen, Thompson, from
Am bk Matilda, Swuimon, from Departure
Am bofir Carrier Dove, liraudt, from New
castle, N b W
Am bktne Irinyard, Schmidt, from San
Urlt tihip Kastcroft, ltlmmrr, front New
caxtle, N 8 V
l!r bark Villultu, Harland, from Liver
pool (lerbk Natitllun, Aaxlng. from Liverpool
(ler bk (lalveaton. from HoiiKkoug
The bark Matllda'it cargo Is all out
;, win goon inu wayH.
The Hteamer Hawaii arrived to-day with
I (1143 baga of Hoiiomu migar and CO head of
ttt The (iermaii bark Natitllun will leavu for
nnu ' ruuuiBuu iuiuurruv Willi u loan oi
The men ou the oruNer Naulwa have
dally practice ou target pluced two hun
dred yards from the ulilp.
Thu Hawaiian bark U. 1. Itlthet, Morrl
hoii muster, was towed to auu to-day with
the following exports: I'JU1) baga buuur,
Cant.e it Cooko; olIH bugs nugur, Sohuufur
it Co ; 1(1,010 bugs Niigur, 0. Ilruwur it Co.:
0 bagu cullt-e, :H41 bags Kiigur. Total
weight, y.lll.'JTO lbs. Douieitlc value,
J. G. Ilomno, n l'orti!K-s'i wns
soon Htoaliuu a lwftil of taro from
a atuli owtu'il by a Cliiiinumu iicnr
l'titialioti yoHtonlny nftcrnooii. Tim I
Chiuauinn was notifiud, but lioiuno I
could uot bo found until this morn- !
ing, vvliun ho was located by otlioor I
Forroira iu tho l'urtUKnoto colony. I
Tho I'ortutruoso was looked up ou a
chargo of larcoiiy.
Rainy Day Fund Stolen. j
Mika, a compositor by trade, was
robbed of $175 on Monday last by n
boy uatuod Kawolo. Tho amount
constituted tho saviiih's of two years'
hard earnings, and was nil Hint .Miua
nossonsod. Tho wifo of Mika and a
littlo girl saw Kuwelo tako tho money
from a room iu ihoir liouso at lva
moiliili, and ho was arnited eslor
day. Kawolo appeared in tho Dis
trict Court to-day for trial, but as
witiio8son for tho prosecut ion did not
apooar tho chargo of lareni.y was
nol. pros'd. Thu witnesses arried
lator only to find that tho lliiof lintl
boon roloasod. Mika will havo lva
Tho oxporietico of
of German Valley,
Goo. A. Apgar.
X. .)., is well
Ho was trou
bled with chronic diarrho'a and
doctored for live mouths nud was
treated by four dilleR-iit doctors
without benefit. He thou began
using Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera
and Diarrhipa Komodv, of which ono
small bottle ollcded a complete
euro. II is for sale by all dealers.
Hoiison, .Smith & Co , Agents for thu
New-York Life Insurance Co.
Japanese Silk Crape ',',.. I'l
IS I'.VK.NINO SIIAUKS
Wool Dross Goods,
Shu wit), lite, IOtc.
Iti'i'H iiistriicteil by
im-'.Sa k.Sii.va, pro-
prii'lnrol till' HAWAIIAN MAI'
ANI'.SI". B.'.AAIt. Hotel htivet,
to sell his htock of .I.M
J3? - '''n assortment of
will lie sold i.c.ns riiAN
:mi. s. levy,
513 Robinson Block, Hotol Streat.
This Space is Reserved
JOHN A. McCALL, President.
KNIOUT8 OF FYTUIAB.
A I.I. K SMUTS ijl'
IX curiii'iiiy inviioi
In nn-.it mi tin
I'nMl Hal1 of tin SI vuln liilg.. ll. '.',
Iv. of I'., TIIIStWiiliifiluM hVIIVl.Nll.
iM- ri:it oitDKit.
SUMMARY OF REPORT:
BUSINESS OF 18.W.
Preiiiiuin Incoiiut $ 27,ISS,0.'i7
Intere.it, Uents, etc (,:i7'l,i)Sil
B. P1. EHLERS & CO.
SOS b B 1 1 FORT STR.JOH'P.
Ton days loss of time on account
of sickuoss aud u doctor bill to pay,
is anything but pleasant for a man
of a family to contemplate, whothor
iio is a laborer, mechanic, merchant
or publisher. Jas. O. .louos, pub
lisher of tho Loader, Moxia, Texas,
was sick iu bud for ton days with
tho grip during its prevalence a year
or two ago. Lator iu tho season ho
had a second attack. He says: "In
the latter case 1 used Chamberlain's
Cough Jtomedy with considerable
success, 1 think, only being iu bod a
littlo over two days. The second at
tack 1 am satislied would havo boon
equally as bad as tho lirst but for
tho use of this remedy." It should
bo borne iu mind that the grip is
much the samo as a very Mivere cold
and requires precisely the same
treatment. When you wish to euro
a cold quickly and oUcotunlly give
this remedy n trial. '2't nud M cent
bottles for sale by all dealers, lieu'
sou, Smith A; Co., Agents for the
New Stamps for Sulo.
The now issue of Hawaiian stamps
printed by tho Amorican Hank Note
Company and uuinboriug 77,51X1 im
pressions, whioli arrived by tho S. S.
Monowai, were placed ou sale this
morning. Tho designs re pretty
and wore made by E. W. Holds
worth. Tho stamp window at the
Postollico was crowded all the morn
iug, aud many of tho stamps were
bought. Anyone heading for the
I'ostoUico was mot with tho query,
"Aroyou goiug to buy stumps?"
A Visiting (Songstress.
Mrs. Christie of the Hoston Musi
cal Conservatory will siugal t he bone-
lit to Sir. I'lunkott to morrow even
ing. This lady is wintering hero for
Iior health, and the benefit she ha-
already gained, it is rejoiciug to re
late, warrants her iu singing iu pub
lic. People who havo heard Mrs.
Christie iu Sans Souci parlor declare
Iior voice to be exceedingly charm-
B . I
An Old Crook Oaughl Again.
Ah Loy, nn old jailbird who was
released from Uahu Jail only the
other day, is again iu the toils. This
time Ah Loy is charged with the
larceny of plants. Lot's cno ii do
ing investigated, and fiotii etideuce
already adduced it is mom limn
probable that ho is good fur another
. a . till
ooartl ami longing
Corner lloul anil Summit St.
. . MUTUAL TELE. No. 438 . .
Iliiilviil Hr s. 8 "Oivmili"
Silk Drtss Goods,
I .nil It's' anil lii'iitu' Hllk Hun lkcri'lilff,
Oeiits' Sillc Shirts
With Koiir-lu-hiiuil Tlu to iimtrh.
Wiiul-'ir hill. hinrf, itra lone, l-mlli's'
ami Ui iits' Hlk Mi-he-, till hluult-i.,
Japaneao Cropo of All Colors,
lli'litluiiinii'i JaiiiiuiiM1 i re I ii' Miirt ui.iiln
ii iH'rfti'i 111.
Dentil CliiiniH 8,I1U,0.)3.'M
Kiidowments and AnniiitU'rf 'J.I'.ll.UO'i.UO
DividemU, i'urcliiiscil Insitrnnee, ele l.ld.'l.l.'ll.lll
'J'otul to l'olicv Holders
Ntmibcr of New
Amount of Now
Liabilities, ! percent Stitudard
Number of Policies iu Force . .
Amount of lusuriiuue in Force ,
. i:ti,i'.7ri,i.-ii un
lMtOGRBSS IN l.S!:i.
In ) okoliuiiiii-
term of free
I l.inllii'.' anil (li'iii' I'ino niruw
.liiinni- ( Mini IVu M-tf,
.llli.llll-l I IdWlT l'n,
Linlii'-' Silk I'Iii'IuIm,
lUml-oiuuMlk ijillil-. Ktc.
i iik3" .A. 1L E3 "tv-u
Tin' II"-! I omt for lufiint".
V Imvi ii liirm' ieurliiiuiit of
Which ui' oik'r ttt Vitv lli'ii-oualili' I'rlivx.
Rigger aud Stevedore,
I IM ll AMI I'llNI'ltAt'lh iN
A 1.1. KIMih OK WiiHK.
I'll.- Sehr. ''.MAM I MAUI "
I Will i ill ri'KilitrlN lii'lMii'll till- piirt llll'l
i Winiiliiii, liiuniliiii. Mnl.iili'lii, Kraut'
inn iiml I'nill.l on i lO' l-luinl of Oiilnl.
1 I'or I ri'iithi. i Ii'., ttii in ll"' i'tiiliilu.
lnereaso iu Buiiulitn to Policy Holders
Increase iu Assets
Increase in Surplus
Increase iu Insurance Written
Increase iu Insurance in Force
Inerea&e iu Number of Policies iu Force
Increase iu Number of Policies Written in 1 Still
lnereaso iu New Premiums Income over
r.-l.s i-2,i ill ou
National Cane Shredder
1'ATKNTKH I'VIUIlt I'HK I.AV OK TIIK. HAWAIIAN ISI.ANIls.
T-r-m,- ?j : il t&u:
In thu following roapucta the New York Lifu, iu IBOll, has BHOKEN ALL
KE00RD3 ever mndo by Herself or any other Company.
I'ihst .Mimiier oi policies an nici
Skconii Number of new polieit
1 for iu I Sii;i U.",.rt0H
iicttiidlv written in ISO:!
Tniitii Amount of new insurance iued ii
ForitTH Numlier of now policie
I so:! .
actually paid for
I'HTil Net gain in new busines- ovci the jnevious vein
Sixth Net iucreae in iitiinber of (ioicii" in force
Snvr.STH Net gain iu insurance iu force
O. O. BBRGER,
nPIIK U.NDKKSIONKI) IIAYK IIKKS AI'I'OIN I Kl SDl.K AUKNTS Foil
these SiiitKiuiKlis ami are now ptep.iii'il to nciivc utilfi.-.
The grunt uilvHiiiiigeh to lie ilerivttl frnin tin u f the Naiionu I'tNh
SiliiKlUiKH are tliuroiiKhly enl.tlilihlu'il ami ucLimwIi ili t liv I'laulerr.
The largo nuiiilier of Plaiiti-rs iihiiiu iheui in lie- Pnncil Stiiiei., Culm,
Argentine Uepuhlic, l'eru, Aiistnliu uml eUi'ivlnii', hear witm-r-x to the
The llhe uf the SllliKliliKIl veiy l.tiK.ly .niiniiith tin iiu lit ll v of caiit
the mill can griinl CJ.'i to ,ri() ), uUu 1 1 .t- eMracimn nl jiiici (.i ( l'2).
Il i .1 greut afcgu.iitl, uinkiii kiiowii at mirr the pit Mitce ol uu
piccer of iron, Hlitkfr frtilil calf, or .invtliillj wlinli miitil l b.ilile In tliiiiiitce
the mill, anil allowing auiplt 1 1 1 - in n in ie h.inn- lirinp' il.titi iinc the mill.
I lie MiiiKtuiKii ii very itiougl iiiioli'. ami tinin Mn ni.t ntt. r t iu upti.i-
tloil it Otltn or tli.tr r llieM pici'th nl WimmI hi unit uilhiiilt ntti-ll lui'.iklll: (he
SlIlihlUiKU ; mill if itiiyi hing liieak", it imiiiiiIv m.iui ..i tho kniir m cutteip,
which can he quickly uml iciuitiniic.iIlN iipl.ti.tl. 1'lir Mii.hiuihii, nr iu
inline iiiilicales, tears the cuue into I i il nl .ir inn Ii ugili, pei lectly opi n
nig it and alliiwiug tin- mill t tlmruiiglily iitr mit tlir jnn',' wiili'uiit it
quiring the iiuiiieiii' t'Mni puwt'i inn hm li'iunl ir ctiirh the nholc
Citlie. The SlIlCKIiUKII nprciib the t III ftlili tl Clin Itlllfwi titl V ,iml infills tn
(he mill mile, anil iliie nw.tx illt tin n. -n ! r--i iikIiii t In li;tniiipe by
luiiiil lii'tweeii the mill-, wlieie reji unbiij; i in ui . No gienii i uiihuiiiI tif
Imilei ciiiiacity is itiiniiiil d Uittatt' llto miiihiuikii llimi lli.it ivlneh w
7d 1 100 I ""'licieiit for the mill, fur tin .ilime ii -a. ..in. Wt turttii-lt lull wurkinj.
' 1 1 1 rii 1 1 1 n i for the iiiHtiilliiiinn nf wilt Suiii.niii.i.A, I'lialili'ie ,tn t iuiicttnt en
gineer to hiicceMifiilly nihl.ill tiiiil rt.nl ihtiii.
In nrtleriiig Hllio.lilil.Ks fiom ur, ph im' reiul -ui.tll ckitt Ii, li.ii)g lie
iliameler ami width nf the null mill, with wlm h mii.i.hhuk i tn he maun lid,
iiImi Hit' Mile (fltht'l nlll nl lelt lentil an iill luce ' tellM'lt Mile nl thu
mill), upon nliKli the null t iigiuc I- lm .ititl.tbn tin luiiiil I ruin ll.mi line
to Ct'lltur of Iroill mill mil pliafl. null tll-laiiee ft liter (lie. -Infl In linnl tinl
ol lieil plale. llii'M.' MlliKIUiKlis are imtv being n-iil the Ihln Sugui
i nun iiawi aiiii, Muiui.i, wiiitc I ley me kimiiu cnat p.iii-I ictitiu.
rilccs aiul I tin lift p.irlicul.iiK in,t n- hail appl.Mii: in
-.,1 1 1
V'ic Ihilhj lliilli'lin, I'lOttiil in r iiwiitlt.
X4s llliiiiin I't otln'r nf .1 S
nvi'r siiei'ki'l' llituk, Km t airi'vi.
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OKNKItM. AilKSI". HAWAIIAN ISbAMW,
WM. G. IRWIN & CO., L'd
.Silr Aijcntt it 0,t lltiunilnii hlmult,