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WHAT'S IN TO-DAY'S PAPER.
Lnte Foreign News per S. 8. AitMralla.
sr.eosn pa iik.
Thurston to Marrv.
Concert on 8. 8. Mnrlposa.
Accident on tihlphonrd.
Ijcnl mid General Itemi.
Hawaiian Trentv Sufe.
U. S. Claim on Pearl Harbor.
Another I Ironic be Wagner.
At 111 Faraway Home.
Japanese. Lnltor Trouble.
The Coroner' Inquest.
Arrival ol the 8. 8. AtMralla.
Special Car. for Kinter Day.
E1U ginihi nUflin.
Pledued to neither Sect nor Party,
But Established for the Benefit of All.
SATURDAY, MAKCII 21, 1BS1.
LATE FOREIGN NEWS.
(Continued from ht I'ape.)
Ninety of the fugitive robel officer
wero captured on tbo Kith on board
the Portuguese merchant steamer
Cidado do L'orto, which undertook
to put to !ea with them but wa
brought to n stop by a shot from
Santa Cm, fort.
Count do Paraty, the Portugueo
Minister, has refused to comply with
the Hrazilian Uoverumenl's detnand
that ho surrender Admiral Saldaha
da Oamn and his staff of officers.
They are now on board the Portu
guese corvette Mindello. The Gov
ernment has cabled to Portugal,
making a formal demand for them
on tbo grounds that thuy are com
mon deserters from the navy and
that Admiral da Gaum is a defaulter
to the Brazilian Government. No
answer to this demand has lxen re
The officers of the Nictheroy
charge the Hra.iliau office s of the
fleet with making repeated attempts
to destroy the machinery and the
gnus of the ship which arrived
from the United States. It 1h said
that the Victoria tried to ram the
Nictheroy, and that false signals
were given to the engineer when the
wise! wn in dangerous places.
A despatch received from itio
Grande do Sul says Admiral de
Mello is trying to organize his forces.
It is reported De Mello has ordered
the Aquidabau to attack some of the
northern ports. The rebel warship
Kopublica is said to bo repairing
damages ami resting at Parauagua.
The torpedo boats under the com
mand of Admiral de Mello nro said
to have asemblcd ut the entrance of
The llorutd's Montevideo cpccial
reports Admiral de Mello at C'uri
tiba, lirail, personally directing the
concentration of laud forces on the
San Paulo frontier. Mello does not
consider the cause as lost. Ten
thousand Mausch ritlcsfromGorma
ny anil cargoes of coal have been re
ceived by Mello. Two of his war
ships are guarding the harbor of
Desterro, the seat of the insurgent
Provisional Government. President
Loreu of the Hio Grande do Sul P.
G. has made a second appeal to the
Powers for recognition.
Representative Loud of California
lins secured an appropriation for the
resurvey of Suu Pruucisco buy, also
for continuing the publication of
monthly pilot charts of the North
The schooner Marv Brown, that
sailed from Alaska for Victoria three
months ago, has been found a bat
tered wreck on Banks Ilaud, near
the mouth of the Skeeua river. She
had l)Oon the object of a search by
the U. S. revenue cutter Wolcott re
cently. Nothing has beeu seen of
her compauy, comprising Captain
Marzouia Brown, master and owner,
uud a crew of six, together with
threo passengers Edward O'Brien,
manager of Lynde & Hough at
Sand Point; Captain Gaffuey, also
in the company's service, and a little
boy. a relative of the skipper. Some
of their effects were fouud ou the
beach by Indiana.
WAX IN C0LOIIADO.
Governor Wuite of Colorado call
ed out the militia to enforce his will
regarding the seatiug of new Fire
and Police Commissioners appointed
by him. His action was resisted by
the entire police force, the Fire
Departuu ut and several huudred
The State troops moved upon the
City Hall, which was barricaded
against the Governor's forces. Gov.
uite gave the garrison thirty min
utes to surrender, but when the time
was up it was extended ami a parley
The militia anchored their Napo
leon guns ou the asphalt pavement
near the City Hall, and loaded them
but did not tire. Had a move been
wade there were men enough, detec
tives in citizens' clothes, in tiio
crowd to soring in, disarm t ho troops
and land them hi jail.
The coolness of Chiof of Police
John Stouo overawed the soldiers,
and rumors of tho force in the City
Hall impelled thorn to move slowly.
Inside the hall and out there was
the toughebt crowd of men ever
gathnrod in Denver. Gamblers and
tramps were with tho police force.
Filially, the Governor called ou
General McCook of tho Uuited
States Army at Fort Logan to aid
him iu putting down the insurrec
tion, uud fivo companies were order
ed iu from Fort Logan to clear the
streets and maintain peace. These
took up their places around the City
Hall, while the State troops with
drew for the night, it being tho un
derstanding that tho whole matter
would be referred to the Supieme
Late ou the night of the Kith, how
evor, Gov. Walto callod out tho on
tlrtJ militia of the SUto.
A despatch of tho ll'ith announces
that tho war is over. Governor
Waite had taken tho advico of his
attorneys and consented to rofor the
matter to tho Supreme Court.
When tho Governor called the
United States troops to his aid lie
thought tho power of the Govern
ment would be used to onforco his
orders to seal the now Commission
ers. General McCook, howeer, ro
fined to sido with him and showed
tho utmost impartiality. This
angered the Governor, who sent o
communication to the General re
nuestiug him to withdraw. Hesi
tlouts of Denver objected and the
regulars were marched to the Get
tysburg building, where they were
to remain for ten davs.
is a qnos-1
f The Governor's sanity
tion seriously discussed.
He is the
one who lately declared he would
wado iu blood for the silver eamo.
umthu uovKiixjir.ST iip.featld iv l
DErr.MHN'0 thi: louds. i
Lord Koseberv's atlniinMrntlon !
when iu office only
a little more than '
a week was defeated in the House of
Commons by its own friends. Mr.
Labouchero, "the well-known Radical
and editor of Truth, on the tilth
inst. put into effect hi threat to
overthrow the Government because
of the selection of Lord Koschery as
the successor of Mr. Gladstone. He
moved an amendment to the address
in reply to the Queen's speech, de
claring that the House of Lords
should bo abolished. Much to the
surprise of many of the Itadical the
Government, that opposed the)
amendmentwas defeated by a uito !
oi iii to Uii.
Til.. llU-l.l.l,, ..nrr..i1 nnrlh.r ll.nn
expected, when many members were
aiiseut at dinner.
The majority was
o 7,'l McCarthvitos
composed of th
and Parnellites, the remainder
Radical. When tho division paper .
was handed to Labouchero atremen-
dons cheer broke from the Radical '
and Irish benches nnd the members '
standing below the gangwav. Alt
the Ministers looked dowueat. while i
H.dfimr smih.il imnhmllv.
the passage of this much-needed re
(oriii. lie suggested that this ol)
ject could easily bo achieved by
creating WW new Peers, who would
vote for the extinction of
tlie Peers. I
by should tho lloue of Lords
consulted on the subject of home
rule? There could not possibly boa
worse body of men to perform" what
were supposed to be the duties of o
second ciiamoer. He, ror one, wa
tired of poiirini: sound Radical
mi-u ui I'lillllllK minim iwiuirni I
liquor into a vat with a bunu like
Lord S.dir-hury readv to let it all out
A manifesto has been issued by
the National Reform Union, which
calls for determined cfiorts lo estab
lish the olf-guuruinciit of the Brit
ish people upon a trutv democratic
basis aud by the abolition of the
House of Lords.
When the Houso of Commons met
on the llth, Chancellor llarcourl
announced that the Government
would move to reject the address to
the Queen's speech wi'h Labou
chero 's amendment. They could not
present to the sovereign a document
for which they were not prepared to
accept the entire responsibility. The
Government fully accepted Glad
stone's declaration on the subject.
He had otatcd the previous day that
the Government proposed to oppose
Balfour's doctrine that the Com
mons nro to bo subjectto the control
of the Lords.
Balfour and Chamberlain, I lie
Conservative aud Unionist leaders,
assured the Government of their
support, but Chamberlain added
that t ho previous day's proceedings
showed it was time the Government
asked their constituencies for a now
Labouchero said the amendment
was not intended as a vote of want
of confidence, but to quicken tho
Government's action iu the execu
tion of what tho minority of its sup
porters iu the country demanded
Whatever the Government did the
amendment would still remain the
decision of the Commons. They
were the representatives of the peo
ple, and the Government were their
representatives, Ho did not recog
nize that the Government were his
Finally the House rejected the ad
dress as amended and passed a short
substitute presented by Harcourt
i lie world correspondent says i
both tho Iri h and extreme Radical
sections of tho Liberal party have i
been convinced of Lord Roeberv's
entire fidelity, not only to the cause
of home rule but to all tiie cluuses
of the Liberal program, including a
measure for the eorioii.sand effect uul
estoppel to the prolonged veto
power of tho House of Lords.
Labouchero iu his paper Truth
says RoMtbory's aoctissiou to the
Premiership was a bkilfully contriv
ed conspiracy lfosebery has a dan
gerous amount of ability, aud there
fore his elect ion pleases the Tories.
Concert on b. S, Mariposa.
On Tuesday, March 13th. a sub
scriptiuu concert was given iu the
social hall of the Maripo.a for the
benefit of the unemployed of San
Francisco. All the talented passen
gers on board took part and the un
employed will r ceive 5 fill as the re
sult of the concert. Thoro were
piano solos by James McLean aud
11. Geretthon, songs by li. (J Mo
Council, 11. Jillaro, Theo. H. Davie?,
11. Broiihon, George Daviesaud Rose
Albu, (luoth by tho Mihsos Alliu and
the reading of an original poem by
Julius A. Palmer. Ktttminrr
Acciilunt ou tihipuoard.
Henry Wilkin, a sailor ou the
barkentine S. G. Wilder, was badlv
injured this morning ou that vessel,
Wilkin was iu the hold when a Hliug
containing eight bags of sugar,
weighing about one thousand
pounds, came down ami struck him
unawares ou the back. The shock
sent him flying against the side of
the ship, where ho lay uucnuhomub.
He was taken in a stretcher to the
Queen's Hospital. The accident hap
pened through slipping of tho rope
off the fuuder,
in moving tiio amendment LaDou- i P'"V"l '?-"' " " """.'" " V."1"
chore osprvwil tho hope that Her , " ,J1U W) instead f the ,
Majesty, with tho a.l vice of her min- WK) that ho had secured. Iii the
islnr. u.xil.l M. l,r t.n.inr In. ...... r.. lltatttT of Commissions a claim Of
Banning Caso Decision -Ashford
,J. M. Cavarly, Jr., and Frauk B.
Cavarly of San Francisco have filed
their consent to the appointment of
,1. 11. Paty a guardian of their pro
perty iu the Hawaiian (slaud.
In the iinbea.i corpus eao relative
to the child Keyuold B. McGrew,
notice to the petitioner's couimcI has
been lmvkii liv C V. Ashford anil F.
M. Wakefield, attorneys for respou-, a id has since had chargo of ono of
dent, that they will on Monday call the departments in tho school. Sho
tip their iiioUou for counsel fee. is of medium size, beautiful form,
Tiiey also file a motion for an order ' with light-brown hair, fair complox
citing Clia. L. Carter, guardian of ion and largo, lustrous blue eyos.
11. U. .Melirow, to snow causo why
1, ohould not comiilv with an order
for counsel fee iu that guardianship
Judge Cooper his approved tho
counts and ordered the discharge
IS. Bonrdman, asignoo of '
J a. Nott, Jr., bankrupt.
v Itlatln has inado a deposi-
il011 in i!'1' 4'n, ? !! Hackfold &
J?"-. ft iirmynr . wi. and ot ners.
ims ii inu ci.iim lor uxpcnsi's oi an
immigration agent sent to Portugal
for plantation laborers.
In response to n petition of A. W.
Carlerj administrator, an order to
the heirs and next of kin of the late
L. N. Kauai has been issued, to ap
pear and show causo if any
they liavo why a part of tho real
estate should not be sold to pay
debts of the deceased.
D. M. Crowley, bankrupt, has boen
disi-harged from all his debts.
David Da ton has died his first
annual account a guardian of Hen-
ft ltliltit mill llnjtfif-jK llnp( ittlmtra
. v """ w..-.,.Hti ",. , """""7
iSllOttillg receipt H of Ji88.l() Mill
expenditures of SliTS.iiO, which leaves
a balance of AHUMMJi).
A decision has been rendered by
''"dge Cooper on exceptions to tl
administrator's accounts iu the ma
u'r or ,I,M '" - l' - Danuiug, '
. a .. .
""iV?!"'.!?1 ' . ,'"nm '" fffif.or
NN- ;. A lo administrator. The
Cour fim'8, lljt ,ind he invested
V',,r,ni" .f , t,,u '""""i"" " " ttl
securities yielding four or live
the administrator is not sustained
Mr. Allen is allowed his discharge
as administrator on qualifying as
trustee instead, llartwcll and Kin-
'"" 1,,r l"o oeuelicuiries; iiatcli tor
1 ue niimiiusirnior.
V. V. Ashford has filed a bill in
equity for an accounting of partner
ship a'Si'ts by C. W. Ashford. A
tcmitotnry injunction has been is
sued retraining respondent from
disposing of property of I ho part
- . , i:-,i----rf ,.,, ,.,
'"'"'"P ".' of his own. there will
be a hearing uuxt Friday to deter
mine whether the injunction shall
be made permanent.
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t inn Islands.
Tliis Evening !
The Colorod Local Instructor ol tbo
wallaa Island e,
Saturday Evening, March 24,
XT 1 1I K
Bsretaiiia Street Armory.
MUSIC BY THE QUINTET OMJB.
Tickets, - - 50c. & SI.
Ylfc. Iimr (i'H nt
CdlllllHIIl'f. ut x I-. M.
JL-FLIOIX - HALL.
f in m i i ttn l t inm tunnir I
Lflbl Vnto I LAil Hbta I i
Saturday, March 24th,
THE - GREAT .
Mechanical Clock of America!1
The (Iri'HtrM Suluntllln niul Artlialu ,
Acliloviiiiii'iit nf thi N'hif-
ti-viith (Vutury. j
Grand Procecslon of (Lo Presidents of the j
United States Every Quarter Hour.
Intricate MivliMilcai Movunifjiiti. r.vcry
Klvu Mitni'OD I
Opi'li iliilly (exccil W-iIiikmIiiv cvoniMK),
(ruin '.' to ."i r. m. iiihI 7 to III r u,
I'lvo TIcUctH. $1,
CI) I hi run, lUi!.
SONS OF ST. GEORGE
Monday Evening, March 26,
AilmlttliiK I my anil (leiitUiuan.
gics iho best satisfaction of any sapanlla is the lest blood purifier,
cough medicine I handle, niid as a and it has cured many very severe
seller leads all other preparations iu 'cases of catarrh. Catarrh often
this market. 1 recommend it be- tinny leads to consumption. Take
cnue it is the hct medicine I ever Hood's Sarsaparilla Inifore it is too
handled for coughs, colds and croup. , tale.
A. W. B.ddridgc, Millersvillo, 111.
For sale by nil dealers. Benson, Hood's Pills do not purge, pain or
.Smith ,V Co., Agents for the H.iwai-1 gripe, but act promptly, easily aud
THURSTON TO MARRY.
Ben-ton IlAnnon (Mich.), March 13.
Miss Harriet W. Potter, who is to
marry Lorrin A. Thurston, Hawaiian
Minister to this country, is tho
youugest daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
K. A. Potter, and was born at St.
Joseph, Mich., in 1871.
Three veara nco sho was Graduat
ed nt tho St. Joseph public school
biio was connected with tho St.
Joseph Dailv Press for a time, and
it is said that while on the staff she
met Mr. Thurston.
Miss Potior was employed by Mr.
Thurston as cashier for tbo volcano
cyclorama both ot tho World's Fair
and the Midwintor
Fair. She has
now gone homo.
Passengers by the steamer Arawa
at Sydney this month rotated a story
that while that vessel was in this
port a Japaneso prisoner was arrest
ed "for a trivial offonso" and placed
in jail. Ho escaped and swam to
the Japanrso warship. Tho yarn
proceeds as follows: "Tho author!
ties appealed to the Amorican Ad
miral asking that ho demand tho
surrender of tho prisoner by the
commander of the Japanese war
ship. Tho ship refused to givo the
man tip aud threatened that if the
American Admiral boarded his ship
he would give him a half hour to
leave, or if ho refused the Amorican
llagship would bo blown out of the
water. According to the story of
the passengers tho escaped prisoner
was unmolested. Tins account ot
an event that only liopponod several
months ueioro the Arawa was ever
scon here is colored in a manner
gorgeous enough to excite the
jealousy of the most imaginative
. foreign correspondent that has been
"doing" the Hawaiian affair on the
I ground. The "trivial offense" was
murder. When tho request for the
culprit's surrendor was decliuod by
the Japanese commander, it was ou
me ground mat lie bad not power
, to comply without instructions from
his Government. Aftor due time the
instructions arrived and tho prisoner
was lauded in a boat, leaving him a
chance to elude the officers of the
Provisional Government if ho was
smart enough. They intercepted
him, however, and put him back in
Catarrh in the Uoad
Is undoubtedly a disease of the
blood, and as such only a reliable
blood purifier can effect a perfect
' fll.ll tmrttlliwiltl ,..m tfn.l' tinr.
.. ..... .....i-.. t. .i,.t-.
; efficiently. 2.1c.
We have just received an
other cargo of Hay and Grain
bylhc "Inngard," personally
selected by our manager in
the best, a
and as wo buy
word to the wise
is Bullicient. Prompt delivery.
California Feed Co.
! Okfici:: Corner Queen
and Nuuunu streetH. Both
Wakkiiousk : King street
near O. It. it L. Co.'s Depot.
Both Telephones G3.
By Jas. F. Morgan.
AUCTION SALE OF
On TUESDAY, March 27th,
AT 12 0'OI.OOK NOON,
.A.T 1Y SwA.XjH13FJ,OOM
I I WILI HKI.I. AT rUIH.II' AUCTION
j Shares of Stock, as follows:
1 Pepeeieo Sngir Co.,
Hawaiian Agricultural Co.,
Hawaiian Sugar Co. (Makawell),
Wilder's Steamship Co.,
Honomo Sugar Co.,
PauKaa Sugar Co.,
Kaliuku Sugar Co.,
Ookala Sugar Co.
Geese 3R5iM)r Sale
Al'I'LY AT ONCi:.
W. S. X-jXJOE
I I .linn
Bat aiiiii Harflw are Co., L'H
Scoops Bis - ,
Saturday, March 17, JHP4.
While the news received by
the "Alameda" may not be
favorable to the sugar planters
and consequently to every
resident of the Hawaiian Isl
ands it is not of a character
that should cause serious
alarm. After calm considera
tion it is difficult to find where
in the sugar planter will be ,
worse olf after the treaty is i
discontinued than he has been
since the McKinley Hill became
a law. When the duty was !
taken off sugar in the United
States the price of that article j
dropped out of sight and our,
planters received a blow by ,
being placed on the same level ,
as those in other foreign cotin
tries; the putting on of a duty
and the abrogation of tlr- treaty
with Hawaii does not alter their
position in any respect provid
ed the price of sugar advances
to the extent of the duty.
It is probable that the cost
of producing sugar in Cuba :
does not differ materially from
that of this country, and there is j
no way that it can be reduced, i
It is reasonable to believe that ;
if the price of an article is re- i
duced by abolishing a tariff, (
the opposite must be the re- ,
suit if one is imposed. !
For months the people here I
have understood that the duty I
would be imposed and the
bounty discontinued. Some
people considered the prob
abilities of the discontinuance
of the treaty, but a majority ol'i
them did not, the) looked only I
at the "duty on" and content- j
plated the profits with thi- j
treaty still in force. To those
people the news by the Ala j
meda had the most depressing '
The question will be ask d,
"If it is in the power of the
trust to advance the price ol
sugar, after the duty i impos
ed, why has it not done so
since the passage of the Mc
Kinley bill?" There are several
answers to the question but
one, perhaps, will suffice. The
trust, while not pusing as a
benevolent institution, ma be
considered an American one.
and will naturally protect
American industries when its
purse is not touched. Ger
many comes next to the United
States in its sugar production,
and its planters are subsidized
as arc those of the United
States; the low price of sugar
made it undesirable for foreign
producers to compete. If one
Congress saw lit not to protect
its planters through dm tariff,
the trust, which nuistbeconsid
ered an interested party, did so
by manipulating prices. Under
the Wilson bill with the Senate
changes the American planter
is protected to a certain ex
tent, but the benefits he will
derive will not be equal to
those under the McKinley
bounty clause. If the trust
kept the price down to benefit
the American producer, the in
crease of a cent a pound on
the foreign product will place
him in the same position as
under the McKinh y law. li
the present low price is main
taiued the Louisiana planter
sulfers, because he is out two
cents a pound bounty and he
gets no more for hi product
Hut the tariff lavvs of the
United States will have no ef
fect upon an article like the
Jones Fence. Its quality will
be maintained and every con
sumer will be as well satisfied
as Mr. Monsarrai, who sas:
K U , 11 .H VII.
.Mn. i;. It. 1Ikm.i;v, Miuut'i lluuuliuii
lliirdnim' lo., lluiiululii.
tlrnr Sir -
I lmo Jii't t'Miiiiiht il miiiiii tlirru nilli
of I Ihi 'June l.o I. I'Vimi' niul niii-t u
III it 1 nni wr iniiuii ili-ur I . tli it, in
(nut It is thr fi'MD" fur tl I uii'li. I li i'l il'iuitl
it iiiIIk liii-iiiiitiui l over "i,iliiuiiti( ,' u li i.i
It uih near ) liu j..iihlu iu t-t u t iluun
unil fiMiiul, in thin i'iimi iit4tiii,l, tlu
Junes lYm-u win, it j.' rn 1 1 - iv!un' nf lulxii
Thi-ro iiro phu c-I'i thin fi'iii-.i ulnun iln
lifMa urn ut li.t . ifi'i-i iii.iii, tin' -( i-o ln--
tWCtlll HIIimI ill Willi r,,K. 'I lll'l'l I- II. I .l
to il niul it Is iih Mi- tity ii- n u iiv iiiiitiu,
1 mn cunlliltiiit Ih i it ill turn ni.liji.iry
1 Imvii hiiinii mn uml ii h ilf mill'-, in rn
to f-oiihlnii't nvi'r a i'iiuiiim win i . will
I'lttiu lire ut rii mi . mnl n- .um n ii
Inn nnilripilit' Hit- li t linn- will umI"
uit (urthiT. If it will tun Ihu r.i I. mi .
thli n.irt ui tin luii'l umI mn iiiitliliiit I
it will, ,ni cm ii -I u- mi' I id ii it wilt !
turn iiiiist mi.Mhiiiu i ipi n liu.i llnw.
'r mil) jo ii-.
Hawaiian Uardwai o Co., LM
0iMii,iti Hiiri'iiltt'lt' lllnoi.,
807 KOKT STItJflKT. I
TEMPLE OF FASHI
Oornor Fort as
Tho "Tomplo of Fashion" will be
closed for a (bw days on account of"
Corner Fort and Hotol Sti,
The Drug; Business heretofore carried by IIol
lisler & Co. has been incorporated under the
name of the . . ....
ister Drug Co, L'd.
Having the largest and most complete stock in
our line, we are prepared to offer our eitbtomera
the best goods at the lowest prices.
( I, I 3 I
RJP TTovt f:trvM., -
National Cane Shredder
I'ATKNTlin UN'UKIt Nil: LAWS OFTHK HAWAIIAN ISLAND.
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Siuir.iii)i:u hid lniniii;lily i-htiil.linlicil unil nckiinwl' ilyi'il by l'liinlcrd
Thu liirn iinnihtir i( I'lant'-iH II8H1K llit'in in thu Unilcil SIiiIoh, Cnha,
Ai(,'i'niinu lU'inililic, 1'i-rn, Aiif I ruli.i unil hImiwIutu, Iiimi witnem to thu
'i'lio iij-u of tim Siiiti:i)in:ii vi'ty largely aiiKiniiiitM the )tiuntity of cano
thi mill can friini (2r) lo TiO,), iUn ll c uMruciion ut juice (f lo 12,).
It ic it gieut (iafenu.inl, making known nl once the piet-once of any
picci's of iioii, stukor from can-, oi niiylhilig vv 1 1 i 1 1 vviinhl liuliublu to Uuiiiugu
llit- mill, unil allowini; aiupli tinu to icinovu Mime liefore (lamngiiiK thu mill.
Tho Sniii.iiiii.it m eiy iuiiik1v iiiuiIc, anil finm thf iiiiiiiiinr of iu opera
linn il cult-or h ..ir. tliei-e He. c-oi' mhk1 hi iron without often bieaking Ihu
Siiiu:ni)t;u , anil if unyiliin Iih al;, ii i. Minply hhiic of (lie knivi-K or cutters,
which can hn inicl' ami e i noiuiciilly leplaenl. The HllltKliDKIl, as its
liamc imlicalo, tiiiiP the cane into hlneilx of v. living leugthe, pinfeclly optin
iitK il umI iilluwinu liie null lo Ihi'ionj-hly prth ottl the inct williotil ro
iiiiiing the immciiM- e.iru jmwer ntceuMtry In grintl or cni.li llio wliolti
cine. Tin-Mliu.Diii' n hpieiitlit tin hliirilili'il fiiue iiniforinly unil iivonly to
the mill illc, mnl iliiei- .iwiij null the nici-ity of cpieailiiin llio buguebO by
haml lietwetn tin mill-, where ic'i iinlinn i-, m line. No greater amount of
linilei c.iiiic'y u ieiuiieil lo ojiciate tin Slllti:iiii:it than tliat winch win
illlleieul f..r the null, lor the above reiiMiith. We fnriiibli full working
ill. twinge for tin i iir-t ulhi t inn ni our SiiiiiiiiinntH, imiililing any compctuni on
Ktiieer lo Mncirfiilly tiiMnll and t-l.ii t thiini.
Ill oiilclllig Milil.lllil.ltrt flom lib, pli'il-e i-Ulltl Mllllll eketch, Miowin): Hit'
iliatiiehu niul iMilil, o the mill loll- with which Siiiii.niii;i' in to ho connected,
aUii the Mile (iiiliei iik'IiI or lell luiiiil a ou face I' . o livery ciile of llio
null), ii on which Um null engim h 'ocateil, aim the heighl ftoiu (lour line
In it uti i of li out null mil i-liiifi, mnl ili-tunce ceiuei tlin cli.ifi to front eml
of b il plate. 'IIicm SiiiiciiliKliH mi now In ing n-eii b tiio llilo Sugm Co,
ami ll.iwi Mill, Kuh.ilu, uhure lltey me KiMiig meat tu I icf.tt'itoii.
gjtJ" I'ticch mnl ft t n licit puitinul.iin ma) be hail by applying lo
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Honolulu, H. I.
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T3!n.OHil.-u, "KC. I.
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G. IRWIN & CO., L'd.,
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