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WHAT'S IN TO-DAY'B PAPER.
Letter from Tlico. II. Davie.
An A liktrntliin f
An Antrallnn Cable
A l!otonlM. Abmd.
lx-ol and General Item.
C. A. H. 8. Wnrrlmoo.
Fell From His Hnre.
Holy Week and Knter.
Tlmii-nrnW of llriek.
Woman In Dltre.
Continuation of Then. It. Duvlcs' letter.
uhc cOniUi ihtUrth.
A spirit of itulotHMi-
Decision on Divorce Sundry
tars at Chambers.
for fair til a v.
don co is arising which will oro long
Iiavu such loroo as to put au olloe
tttnl "taboo" ou tho secret council
method of trovoruing a country.
Thoro aro many mou amouK the A tinnnimous decision of the Su
mechanics of this country from . promo Court bv .hutu-H Frear has
whom to pick good material for a (huso rondorcd, i'n the cao of Akoi
government. Tho suggestion that (w.) vs. Kou K.iu (k.), divorce Tho
.uuiiiii ii'vuim i" iiiiuiuuiiuui case is roiiiniiiiou u iho riniriii vir-
to the Marshalship i not by any
means a bad one. Air. Alurrav is a
popular man, a prosperous mechanic.
cuit, on the ground that the libol
was improperly dismissed, under the
circumstances, for want of service of
Oillcors ou the Japaueso cruiser
Takachiho hare a beautiful collec
tion of swords and other edge wea
pons. Some are six or seven hun
dred years old, but have edges as
sharp as razors, and surfaces glitter
ing like burnished silver. Hilts of
solid gold, polished and engraved,
add to tho great valuo of several of
tho swords. One is a two-handed
weapon only meant for slashing, and
in the hands of a skillful warrior
lledged to nrithrr Hrct nor Party,
Hut ti$taMUhnl for thr lirnefil of All.
MONDAY, MAHCH 20, 1894.
mont, and it's big round cartwheels
to little green apples that their
ii.inio is Mi'o.
An Australian Cable.
There has beeu a great deal of
firearms. Another dangerous-look
nig sneer nns a wootien uaumo Willi
out guard, corresponding exactly to
the scabbard, so that whou it is
sheathed one sees a plaiu bent slick.
About twenty-five years ago a gen
t toman of high degree in Japan was
required to carry two swords a
long slashor and a short knife-like
one. "It was dangerous in Japan in
those days," said au oilleor of tho
Takachiho, adding naively "espe
cially for a foreigner."
.Machine politics is to be further
promoted Tuesday evening by the
election of two delegates from all
district clubs of tho American Union
party to a "national central com
mittee." Where does the "nation"
get on in all this "national" busi
ness? lu this issue a correspondent, who
it may bo said is one who was "in it"
in Jauuary, lM.t.l, insists ou a fair
division of tangible results. The
receding of annexation into dim
futurity has brought other objects
of the revolution into very high re
lief. There is only tiuu way to
-iitisfy all of the men from whom
the Government hold their commis
sions. It is simple, billot them for
their support on those who have
held buck from the movement, mak
ing the poor tines work for them and
the rich ones pay them tribute ac
cording to wealth.
In a reference to the energetic
work Ituiug done in London by Hon.
Uobert Heid, Minister of Defence for
Victoria, Australia, on behalf of sub
sidies for 1'acitic steamers aud cable,
a Loudon despatch dating before
the elevation of Lord Itosebery
says, "It is considered here that iu
event of Lord Jlosebery's becoming
premier the cable scheme would Ixt
made a certainty." Elsewhere in
this issuo will be found au article
from tho San Francisco Chronicle,
which tries to prod the insular
minded member of Congress up to
a realization of the United Status'
interest in the matter of a Pacific
On the 21st tilt, a letter appeared
in the Bi'LLltin from a casual corres
pondent at Kau. Hawaii, reflecting
ou the couduct of the assistant
teacher iu the public nchool at Pa
hala. The publication was made in
good faith, ou I lie strength of verbal
evidence to tho integrity and stand
ing of the writer, and under the con
iction that tho things alleged wore
of public importance. When the
allegations wore challenged lator by
the legal representative of the teach
er axsailcd, a letter was addressed to
the correspondent asking him either
to furnish proof of the assertions iu
question or to take the full responsi
bility of tho writing. He chose the
latter alternative, authorizmg the
editor to give his name up. This
statement of facts is publishod iu
justice to the aggrieved teacher,
ponding proceedings be is about to
take for satisfaction iu tho courts.
We have beeu shown a number of
most complimentary testimonials to
his character, conduct aud ability
from some of the best known aud
most highly esteemed citizens of
Honolulu aud of the island of
...! I f... ...... fnll i.t a.... l.n, lw. - I . .1 11. .11- .
mm i, in, uiiu. mil n on- me. hh' , an HiueiHiiueiii upon mo uoeiiee. o i .,, i ,i, .:t...i .... u.i
present incumbent is one whit more K. Kane for libellant; D H. Hitch- ol fd ft1,'"1. TSSlr Ini
Hi.iitl..,! to the i.os t on. . ' ......L- n.,,l w. rwi fnr li!,,,na L9' bofore t10 "V8 Pf rnpid-Hring
Lot us have govorumont of thr pet- I Judge Whiting has grunted tho
pW, for tht ftmplf mitt by Hip proplr, petition of Kalon for appointment of
Let the oilicos be tilled by the peo- S. I Kuaiwa as guaruian of Pa Kb
tile. Make tho heads of thodilTorout J loua, her son. Kane for petitioner,
bureaus elective ollices. There are and the latter with the ward present
orcaKers aneait ot tne ongarcny eie- in person.
The bupreme Court heard the
case of Provisional -Government vs.
Mura, exceptions from Fifth Circuit
Court, this morning. Wildr for
prosecution; Kaulukoit for defend
ant. 1...1.... i. .... i...- ......i it...
talk iu this country about a trans- I poU, 0f lalio (w ) for nrobato of
pacific cable from California to Aus- ft , of jjnhol(v)w;4 (w, nn(, ap.
tralla by the way of the Hawaiian , .,ointmoIlt of s K Akj M IIJMH.u!r.
Islands, but thero has been nothing l0 i)01Kj 8 x).
mil taiK. v i ue we nave oee ex- , A ui!u;outjuuatK,0 ha, ,.
peuuiug our ureaiu aim uiinuuurt
in demonstrating the advantages
and benefits of a self-evident propo
sition, the Australasian colonists
have been at work, aud the result, in
all probability, will be a cablo from
Now Zealand to British Columbia,
via Samoa, Funning Island and Ho
nolulu. Commenting upon this proposi
tion the London Times advises Eng
land's support of the project, it be
ing shown that the cable, with the
exception of Samoa and Hawaii,
would be exclusively ou British terri
tory. It may occur to soma Ameri
cans who have been hanging fire
Hawaiian Hardware Co., L'Q
in tho McGrow child habeas corpus
easoj which leaves the subject in the
undisputed custody ot the mother.
The divorce case is to be pushed by
C. L. Carter, guardian of II. G.
McGrew, to the utmost. Before
Judge Cooper this afternoon the
guardian, on au order to show cause
why he should not pay counsel fees
iu the divorce case, promised with
the Court's acceptance that ou realiz
ing monoy from securities iu hand
the fees would be paid. Guardian
in person; (.'. W. Ashford for respondent.
over the cabin proposition that it
will be very dilllcult to stand off
British influence iu Samoa if British
capital, and the Government of
Great Britain behind it, shall con
trol the cable; aud in view of recent
news from Hawaii it may be just ns
well to consider what influence the
control of the cable may have there.
Our Government is au excellent
one iu many w.s, but it certainly
lacks llexibility. Wo have iu Con
gress too many cheap patriots whose
horizon is bounded by the confines
of their own district, and who are
always ready to oppose an appro
priation unless they can see in it
some distinct and immediate gaiu
for their own constituents. The
crying ueed of the United States is
life cultivation of the national idea,
iu its broadest and most liberal
sense, and the inculcation of the be
lief that what is best for the country
is best for the people of the country
from one end of it to the other.
It is very probable that a trans
pacillc cable would not prove au im
mediate source of revenue, but what
of it? Had we possessed cable com
muuication with Hawaii the United
States might have been savetl a great
deal of annoyance aud mortification
of late, aud the preservation of ti
nation's diuuily and self-iespecl
ought to be considered at least an
equivalent for the interest ou the
first cost of a transpacific telegraph
cable. .V. F. VhrnnMr,
Ask Your Vrlonds
Who have taken Hood's Sarsaparilla
what they think of it, and the replies
will l positive iu its favor. Simply
what Hood's Sarsaparilla iloes, that
tells the story of its merit. One has
been cured of indigestion or dyspep
sia, another finds it indispensable
for sick headache or biliousness,
while others report remarkable cures
of scrofula, catarrh, rheumatism,
salt rheum, etc.
Hood's Pills are purely vegetable.
A Bostouian Abroad.
Curtis Guild, Jr., says, apropos of i
lioston manners: "1 nave seen one
Boston citizen brush iu a tumbled
heap the corouetcd bags and shawls
of a titled Frenchman who occupied
four seats iu a crowded railway
station and left his poorer com
patriots, including several ladles, to
stand. 'Place aux dames' was the
only French the Bostouian could
muster, but he had that solid."
Itmlon Sdturiliiy Ertnlwj (iutrllf..
We have just received an
other cargo of liny nnd Grain
by the "Irmgard," pci'Honally
selected by our manager in
California : and an we buy
the best, a word to the wise
i.s sullicient. Prompt delivery.
California Feed Co.
Okkick : Corner Queen
and Nuttanu HtrcctH. Both
W aukiiouhk : King street
near 0. It. & L. Co.'v Depot.
Both Telephone 53.
A SI'Ki'l.VI. MKKTI.MI Of TltK 1N-
V TKHSITllXAI.Hclll'l:T.r.l Cl.l II will III'
ln-I.I TIIIHlMoiidiiy) KVKNINll, nt 7:.'M
nVlouk !. m., nt tliif I. S. I'. Iinll, renref
tin iiimiu-rclal. A full ntttlldmiiM' Ik rr-iiiu'-leil.
W. J. COKI.IIO,
iH It tM-vrrtsry I. .x. '.
A O'ltl. Oil MMII.I-: WOMAN OK A
i Conjilo fur ni'Moriil lil dur
ing titiiK' i" r.!ini ii uiiniiy mill
children. Iloixl ri-fcrcnci-s niiilreii. A-
Kfl. "lOrTM-MI.AIIUIIlt ,V CO. Corner
KIllK nnd Unhid Streets, or Vli'toilu
htri-i-l, iiihIic Tin iiiii- Niiiiri.
By Jas. K. Morgan.
Household -:- Furniture
On WEDNESDAY, Mar.'JH
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M
At the Ke-lleiico of Mr. H. I. 1,1 I.I.I K,
(iri-in btrei-t, I will i-ell lit I'nlilli:
Aiutlun, the Ilmiht ImM
SONS OF ST. GEORGE
Monday Evening, March 26,
AT S O'CLOCK.
Atl init 1 1n k I U'ly unit llviilleintii.
Geese 358k.or Sale
AI'IM.Y AT O.NCH.
By Jaa. V. Morgan.
AUCTION SA1.E OF
On TUESDAY, March 27th,
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON,
AT MY BAIjBISROOVI
I WILL HUM. AT fUllLU' AI'ITION
Sbares of Stock, as follows:
Pepeekeo Stigir Co.,
Hawaiian Agrlcoltaral Co,,
Hawaiian Sugar Co. (Makawell),
Wllder's Steamship Co.,
Honoma Sugar Co.,
Paukaa Sugar Co.,
Kabuku Sugar Co.,
Ookala Sugar Co.
Saturday, March i'4, 1894.
We have another report
from a User of the Jones Lock
ed Fence that clinches Mr.
Monsarrat's testimonial. Mr.
Eben Low tells us that he was
after a wild steer which seemed
determined not to have n "lass"
over his horns. In his efforts
to keep clear of the rope the
steer made a break for the
Jones fence, evidently not re
cognising the difference be
tween it and the old style wire !
affair. The animal measured ,
the distance, made a running '
jump and landed on the wire, i
Mr. Low says the fence was
not damaged but the concus-'
sion was so great that the steer ;
was stunned. Here was an ;
instance where an almost wild
steer did his level best to in-,
jure the appearance and repu
tation of the Jones locked, aud
failed utterly. Some steers,
when they start out to do a
thing, accomplish it, but we
would like to see the one that
can get the best of a fence
built on the same principle as !
the Jones. Mr. Monsarrat's Coraer Port and Hoto1 8,"
statement was to the effect ;
that he could build this fence
cheaper than any other and
that in some parts of his land
he put the posts seventy-live
feet apart. If there is economy
in fence building it's in posts.
Calculate the difference, then,
between posts six or eight feel
apart and placing them at the
distance stated by Mr. Mon
sarrat. As to its effectiveness,
Mr. Low has had a practical
demonstration; he tells us that
a steer, no matter how wild,
has no show with the Jones
We have felt certain ever
since we introduced our Hen
dry Breaking Plow that it is
the best in the world. Our
opinion was based upon the
general make-up of the plow
and after having seen it work.
But it is well always to have
expressions of opinion from
people who arc not directlj
interested in the sale of our
wares. We give one below
from a plantation manager
who is well-known here and
whose ability to judge the
merits of an agricultural im
plement will not be ques
TEMPLE OF FASHI
Oornet' F'ot't to Hotel 3trota.
Tho "Temple of Fashion" will be
closed for a few days on account of
Honolnlu, U. I.
'PC LKT UN IlKltK
1 tmilu "tri-i-i near Mil
Wanted Popular Government.
ElllTOB Ik'LLETlN! -
Tho articlo sit,'nod "l-'air Play"
published iu your coIiiiiiuh i most
lutorosthifj and nortiuont. Tint uk
gustioiiH mmlo tnureiu aro sound and
opportuno. Thoro is no roawou iu
tlio world why poaitloiiH of liih'h
trust should not lo filled bv mon
taken from tho rank and lilo of
"those bravo mou by whoso pormis
sion" tho P. G. oxistn. Why should
attendance at the Central Union
Church or family counoutiou be a
necessary qualification to obtain a
positiou such as Tax Assessor, Mar
shal, Deputy Tax Assessor, etc.T
This is perinissablo only as Iour as
the brave men whose commission
the present personnel of the govern
ment hold remain passive.
The class of men composing tho
American League aro the bono and
sinow of tho P. G. supporters. They
are always relied upon and appealed
to in emergencies where men are re
quired. Ah long as tho main ques
tion of annexation was trombliug in
tho balatico these mon stood by tho
govorunnut stolidly, without asking
or showing any inclination for a
more popular form of govorumont.
At last brought to their sondes these
mou aro beginning to realize that
tho fact that one is a good preacher,
or a member of the "cousiiin',
uncles', aunts' protective and mu
tual benefit compact" is hardly a
suHloiont roason to justify giving , , irlvlnK nmro,
him a soft government billot witll ' Th",','' """V"
big pay. , i
Knowing that tho family coterie j i 'rcmlf. upon (or iiiiTiluii on
have by no moans a "clucli oi
to uonco. ovou f thoy uavo ou
rniiiriliii: in pun
Aiiltqiic Oak Hat IU,
t Uprlghl Iron Grand Flint!,
Wicker niul Oak Cluilr hiiiI ltii'kir
WIckurTulilen, Ti'tu-a-Tutu Tiilili",
Center anil Ho(iijKii,'.
1 Carved Antique Oak Bookcase,
Iju'u 'urtnliiM nixl Pule,
Knili'iiei U'liUier Hull 1'liuir-s
Davis' Sowing Maohine with
II.A'K WAI.NI'T IIKDIKiOM M'lTK,
llalr Maiiri'i-i't, M- julto Ni't-,
l,arK Ir.m IIi-i1khhi1,
Antliilo Oak l)rclMi; Hur-au.
Solid Oak English Dining Table,
Curvuil Uak Dlnlni; CliairH,
1 I'arvml Kiilelioanl,
Crni-kcrv anil iiIihiumm,
J 1 run S'nfeiH, a larit rariet o(
PALMS ani. FERNS!
A XI) AT I-.' n'CI.OCK NCOS,
The Drug BtiuiiiuuH heretofore carried by Hol
linlcr &, Co. luiH been incorporated under the
naine of tlic . . ....
Hollister Drug Co., L'd.
Having the largest nnd most complete stock in
our line, we arc prepared to offer our customers
the best goods at the lowest prices.
MMVO NICKbY Kl'It
L iiIbIiii! Hooiiih (or
Uuntli-iiieii hi o. 4 (ianliwi
FUIINISHED ROOMS TO LET.
'pVO NICKI.Y FlJIl-
L llNllI'll ItlKJIIIH (111 I.I-
lilm ntrt't-t, opposite Kim
klni ctri'i-l. uIhiiH II vi- min
utes' alk from Nuiiaiiii tr-it i'ar. Ap
ply III tlllll OIIICK. IM-I-H
HEAL ESTATE FOR SALK.
7 VAI.UAIII.K IMl'.l'KH OF
I iiiiiirovcil I'ropurH , Im-iiti-il
In ilill-reiit 1'arlH of tin- City of
Honolulu; nil Imrualiii. Apply
for full nartiiMiliirs to
IJkllCK .V A. J. CAUTWHIUIIT.
I J-Wlicel Coviireil llrakn,
I Inn oritil Mnro Iiy ' Mulhrinii,
niarf jui urniii in
rnortiaues and corner lots, thoy
dfom it titnw to call a halt aud cry
TufMtn, Maiuli .'7tn, Irniii II .m. lolir. m.
ONTMK 1M OK AIMtll.,
a rotlan ou (Jin-en
btrini. near (iuvr-ruuii-iit
liulliliiiit: ri'iit fl-'. In-
C. (li:UT.a SHOK KTiHlK.
AT A VKUY WW Itr.x
lal a Tiuu Itt-MiUuii-tt
in iipKir Niiiihiiii Valluv
fiirmurlv known ax "Tlio
I'ortlaml." Apply io
K. W. MACKAItl AMI.
W" if Union l-Vi-il Cn 'it olllrti.
'pill! OKHIKAlll.i: I'ltO- kftV?",
1. pi-rt kiumn a I lin mtri'l'fiml.
"I'aiv I'riiiulvoH," hituuti'il ii1I5vmL
nil N'uiiaiiu Avi-iiiio, ni'Xt lUmtZ.
luljoliilnn llic rt-Hlili-ui'K uf Mr. K. V, Ills
hop Tim lluiihu lit-lliK Two Kt irli'H. roll
lulu.', hix l.nrmi lli-ilrouuii-, Tnrlum, lllllliinl
IIooiii. Klti-lion wllli rui HaiiKU, I'anlry.
die , ami llatliruuui on mi-Ii Hour TIum-ii-tiru
Iioik-.i In llnhli'il ultli uli-uirii'lty Tim
iiroiini arn lartic an I contain niaii) varle-tlc-N
of riliwlo ami I'rnlt Trmi. To a ilulr
ubln liuiiiut tliu pmpi-rty will liu lut at a
ri-nauiialili' ri-nliil. liu'iulru of
K. W. MACKAKbANK,
MM 1 lit L'lllou Fd Cu ' iiHIm,
ItyonliT otMu. OKU. K. IIOAKDMAN, I
will mII at I'ubllu Auction, ut my
BHlesrooin, (jiu-en street,
On TlIESDAy, Marcb 27,
AT la O'CLOCK NOON,
The Following City Residences:
IIISSIDENOE ON CORNER OF
WILDER AVENUE AND KA
WO fi-i-t on Wllilor Avi-iuio anil UKt fet
ou Kaplolani i-tree! I.arii Parlor, Dlulnf;
room, Two lii-dronuin, ilatli anil Ktort
Itouiti. I'antr). Kitcliuii, Out HtuliU-s, etc.
Ilou'ti U t-trontly liullt ami In I'oo'l repair,
r.xci'lli-nt vIi-h o'f tliu city nml a.
PREMISES ON RERETANIA
AilJoinliiK tin reslilenci! Mr. IVtr'c; 81
feel on llun-tanln tttrt-et l.armi Parlor,
Two Front lleilrooins. Two riiiare lled
ronuiH, I)liiiii)ruoiit, Kltutitm. Ilathroom,
Servaiits' (juarterH, etc., en-. Ilent fnr $A"
PREMISES ON KINAU STREET,
At proM-nl orcuplud Iiy Win. Wnnfir,
Krontauxof n feet on Klnaii ctrect. Ilitlld
inn I" 8UUI repair, l-'ontulns l.arue Parlor
ami lllnini'rooiu, Two l.nrnn lluilrooiiifi,
I'anlry, KlKlieu, ltuth, Kiuliluuml Carrlao
llou-e. Itcuu for $:'' ir uioutli
Tim almvu all Deslralilu City ltexl-
deiii'i'ii, at prt-MUit uiiiliir runtal, oiler a
vi-1. v du-iralileuliaiieu for liivetluent or tlio
pureliiiKu of au Improved retidenre,
A. Kurtlii-r parlleiilarHeau lie liad of
Jas, F. Xorgaia,
Dbi) ;i AtlCTIONKKIt.
All kiiutt of t'umvirrciul IWintiny
promptly nnttttnl nt low rattt at thf
Tin: Hawaiian HauhwakkCo.,
I) i-:.u Si us:
I beg herewith to adil my
name to your list of testimo
nials in praise of your Hendry
During an experience of 16
years in the cultivation of cane
on these Islands I can truth
fully say, that yours i.s the only
plow that 1 have seen that will
turn a furrow completely over,
under any conditions.
Another point wherein it ex
eels is, the shape of the mould
board is such that the plow
will clean itself, not continu
ally, but say every 200 or tvo
feet, which obviates the neces
sity of stopping the team; this
makes a very favorable show
ing in the course of a day's
I remain, yours truly,
K. K. Con am.
Mr Cunant tells in his let
ter where time and money arc
saved by usin the Hendry
Breaker. The same may be
said of the Hendry Double
Mould Board how; they arc
built on the labor having prin
ciple and that
HOLLISTER DRUG CO.,
BRS TTovt. flt.Tft., TTOTlOlvilvl. H. T.
National Cane Shredder
PATKNTKI) UN" DK.lt TIIK LAWS OK TDK HAWAIIAN ISLANDS.
trSiPiT -'"J?-i"- ":;rs ' JffifV ' "j-T - --rSt
X TnLL.J L-i i1 ". Jl OiiL' r"-. .t& rC ! '
ijlllH UNl)EUSI(JNEI) HAVK IJKKN AITOINTEI) SOLE AGENTS FOR
tlii'Mi Siiiikiidkiih anil uii now piup.iriil In it'ccivo imlcri'.
Tho groul iiilvuiiliii'H to lio ih-riviil frnm tin- iimi of tlio National Oani:
Siiiii:iiin:it art- tliorouhly i-Htuldinlitil ami aoknovvli-ili'il Iiy I'luiitcrH
Tho luru'i' iiuniliiir of I'I.iiiIith uiuik llii'in in tlio Uniioil .Stiili-n, Culm,
Aruontiiit- Hupnlilii-, IVru, Aiirirull.t nnd clsuwlioro, boar witiii-eu to tho
11 In iv a l-Ihiiii.
Tho iiho of tho SiutKiiDKK voiy lmgoly iiiiKiiiniith tho (liiitntity of caiin
tho mill can grind (JA tu fj()v), nlho II o oxlr.ictiiin of juice (fi to VI,).
It in 11 grout KiiloKiiiiril, miiUiiig known at niico tho iirci-uiico of iiny
pii'cors of iron, Milken finin chim, or 1 1 1 1 ' 1 1 1 i 1 1 g w 1 1 i 1 1 would ho hahlu to djuiugo
tho mill, mid allowing unipli tiuu- tu ri-muvo uainu hi'fnro ilainugiiiK tho mill.
Tho SiiiiKiuiKH ih ut; hlrnugly 111111I0, mul.fruiii Iho iiimiuor of iu opera
tion it outn or tears llii'-u in-i'i-c nl wnod or nun wiihniil nfmii hroakiug tho
SiiiiKiiiiKlt; .mil if anything lirrakv, it ir- t-iin 1 ' Mitm-uf tho knivi-b or outturn,
winch run ho ipiiukly and i-ciiiiniiiii'iilly a-plnucd. Tho SiliiKiiUKit, uu ito
name iudii'utiH, luntu tho ciiiih into hlireclH of varying lougthh, poi foully opon
iug it mid iillitwiuu tht- null lo thornughly nun- out tho jiiiccx without ro
ipiiriug tin- iiiiiiii-iiM) c-xiru power m-cr-toury to grind or cnuh the whole
e.uie. The Sum. inn. it i-pri-itdx the flirt'dilid cuno uniformly nml evenly to
tin- mill rnllx, mid ilm uwuj with tho neeiM-ily of spreading tho lutgiifho hy
Imiul Ik-iwii n (ho milU, wlieie regrindiug in in iimi. No greater amount of
boiler eapm-'iv ih ii-iiiiicd In npenile the Siikkihiuk thmi that which war
Milllcieiit f"r the mill, l-u liu nlnivi- n-ai-iiiin. Wo furiiihh full working
drawing fnr (he iiiHiiillatiini nl uiir Miiikiiiii:iih, omthliiig any competent en
gineer in run (-let-fully nintall mid M.til Hit 111.
In oiili ling SiiKuini'.iiH frnm ut, please rend Mimll tketuli, Hhiiwing I lie
diameter ami widih of the null mlli- with which StllthUUKf ib tn ho connected,
uImi the hide (ritlior riulit or left Ii.iihI in you fiice l' . .jelivory hide of ilm
....ll ........ ...I....I. ,1 II .... .1.... . 1, .,...,.., 1 ,.lt.. II,.. li.il.ilil fi-..ln ll...,r lini
I ii, li.y, 1 I . 1 1 ,,ll,,-l I 111- 111 111 I'lllll, 1- ,m .,,, ,,, i,,r.f ,,, t.i'.r-.i. ....... ..-.". ...l
I to ci liter nf (nnil mill mil shaft, mid ilinlmico ci-ulor thin eluifl lo (rout end
Hawaiian IParrlunrn Tm I 'A "' '" '' l'l'""- TIiom' Siiiii;iiiikiih tin- now luing ued hy tlio lliln Sugar Co.
uaWMMttll UUUWUutiU,, ll 1 ,! lvi Mm. K'uhala, wlioro they mo giving gii-at nalisf.icliou.
gfiT l'i lies and further parlii'iil.iis may he had hy tiipliug In
lliH).lt- hprei-1 elh' lllu.-L,
lt)7 KOItT STItlflltlT.
WM, G. IRWIN & CO., L'd.,
M Jgtnli i tht in 1, ii lei 11 liluinli.