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WHAT'S IN TO-DAY'S PAPER.
American Wlilst Code Conchtiloil.
Sunday Hand Concerts editorial.
Nothing Small About Hlui.
lx'al and General Item.
Japan se Middy Drowned.
Klot at a Oravevard.
Very Hnppv Wedding.
Tlio Champion Hack Again.
Late Foreign New. er llobort Lower.
Hawaii llaetnll Leasee.
Hawaiian Nutlunal liaud.
Down on Hen Franklin.
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(i'JU iUUUl fJjUlUnU. ;
Plfdpul to neither Stet twr Party,
Hut KttablUhfd tor the Utile At of All.
THl'HSDAY, APRIL 5, 18M.
;. , ITesutent linislioil the reading lor was neeueo. incuovcrumciit was not
...... , him.) She said she spoke not in a position to build it. As to tho
Some remarks in this issue from tn,,roiy for herself, but in tho name I man to be put in charge John On
a writer in the Boston Transcript, 0f 350,000 womoti throughout the ' derkirk tho Government was doing
upon the spending of money, give world who had placed her in tho ( wisely in employing him. There
advicothat s decidedly novel, but
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which it judiciously fallowed is un-,
doubtedly not unwiso.
SUNDAY BAND CONCERTS. i
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Some slight injustice has been ,
done to tho Hulletin by a statement .
in tho Friond that all the daily
papers havo supported tho move
ment for band concerts. This paper
could only havo leoii included in
tho category on the principlo that
"silence gives consent." Our sileuco
hitherto has been partly duo to
waiting for some ovidoucothat there-,
is any consuiorauie popular uomanu ;
for band coucerts on Sunday. Wo i
aro still waiting. In our view the
uiovemeui is couuueu iu a inciiuu
of the Government parly, mostly in
the American League, whoso main ob
ject is to show the missionary faction
the first-mentioned faction's power.
Apart from theological dogmas, we
bclieo that a day's rest in seven
from ordinary avocations is natural
aud wholesome, thorofore a benefit
to tho toiling masses of humanity
in particular. If tho bandmon are
compelled or induced to work for
, , a. i! ..
other people's pleasure on Sunday-
wniioiney may not uo ovcrwornou
mid have their due share of rest in
the course of the week it will open
the door a little wider toward mak
ing it optional with nil employers to
make their hands work oa Sunday. ,
This in the very idea that is being :
adopted to-day in Europe, which ,
tends to mako what has been called
"tho continental Suuday" moio re-'
stricted in tho commercial liberty
hitherto attaching to it
like to see Suuday uoi reduced in
stead of increased. A little less of
the clanging of church bolls -now
altogether unnecessary with cheap
timo pieces iu everybody's reach--
would be a great boon. At preseut
the working people havo exactly the
ame privilege of hearing band
music that the wealthy have. It is
. ' . ,
much more pleasant tu tuts country
to attend a baud concert by night '
thau by day. Most of the lodging
houses and a large proportion of the
homes of working people with fami
lies are within sound of one to three
baud concerts a week. Mako the
Saturday afternoon half holiday
more general aud the working classes
will bo Iwttor served than by invit
ing them out in the dust and heat
of Suuduvs tu hear the baud. An-
other objection that, however, can
only bo proved valid by experience
is that Suuday band concerts would
lead to Sunday's being made a gen
eral saturnalia of sport aud dissipa
tion which would bo generally de
moralizing. We havo a Suuday law
here now which affords complete
personal liberty to everyone to enjoy
himself on Sunday, ouly excepting
that he shall not indulge iu recrea
tions that disturb other people.
Thero is a Urge class who believe
religiously iu Suuday as n day
for worship, and adding to these
another large class .who, although
not attaching any holy character to
the day, like a quiet Suuday, you
have a party that should at least be
allowed to hovo themselves counted
for comparison with the supporter
of the proposed innovation before
auy change is made in the law. An
other roason why tho Bcllbtin is
against the proposition at present is
that we havo protested all along
against the Provisional Govorumout
tampering with tho ordinary legisla
tion of the country. Let this mat
ter rest until with other questions
it can be definitely passed upon
aftor popular, self-govornniont is re
stored to the country.
Lifo la Misery
To many nooplo who havo the taint
of scrofula in their blood. The ago
nies caused by tho dreadful rtinuing
sores and other manifestations of
this disease are beyond description.
Thero is no other remedy equal to
fiood's Sarsapnrilla for scrofula,
alt rhoum and every form of blood
disease, It is reasonably sure to
Jionellt all who give it a fair trial
Hood's Pills cure nil liver ills.
A man's indignation against the
uontoinptiblo sneak who passed a
plugged dollar 011 him never cools
until ho has passed it on tomu ouu
Regular General Session of tho Exo
cutivo and Advisory Councils.
President Dole presided at tlio
weekly meeting of
f tho Executive
and Advisory Councils, with him bo-
ing present .Ministers na'cn, iviug,
Damon and imntli; (Jouucillors w. teutter.
C. Wilder (Vice-President), U. B. Mr. Emmoluth retorted that it was
Smith. .John Eunneluth, V. F. Alleu, not right for the Government to ob
Henry Waterhouse, ,)ohu Eua, John , ject to evory proposal that was in
N'ott, James F. Morgan and J. P. the line of fair play. Openings wore
Sleudouca. ' being made for discreditable jobs.
Secretary U. T. Hodgors, after It made the matter in question nil
reading the minutes ol previous i tlio worse that the man in charge of
meeting, bv routiost of tho Presi-
! dent read a farewell letter from
.urs. .vinry i. letnoui L,oaviu, impior-
ing the Provisional Government to
prohibit the manufacture and sale
of liquor -including wine and cider i Eunneluth ever knew of a wharf bo-
by a provision in the new cousti- ing constructed in Honolulu by con
tut ion of Hawaii, the writer inform- tract. It was out of the question
ing the Councils that the question
of the restoration of Queen Liliuo
kalani was dead. (The Secretary be
ing unequal to the chirograph, the
OMtion oi uouoriuy iiio inomuor oi
the V. C. T. U. The letter was re-
"j,' referred L, the cousti-
Minister Smith presented petl-
tlous from two prisoners working on
tho Volcano road, praying for par-
,joni inferred to Judiciary Coin-
Damon presented the
weekly financial statement as fol
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Fixasjciu. Stvtimkvt I'nn Tin.
Kkmkii Arsii. I, l!il.
Current account lialauco Mar.
'if, Irtil 2
II lit.! -.
i, Mi' ;
Sale ol tlovermnent hond.
lluwniliiu lVlal S.ivIiik Hank
vi.I'.m -.M i
Total treasury linluiire asaliori'
"37i 1 1
Civil I.l-I, Pur. Settlement
Huliule mill Incidental.
I l't fl
Ilurrnu of Purvey .
lU'liUiry of l.'iiiivoyuniTi
Hiirvuu of I'uMli Works
llureau Water Works.
Hoiitd of Health
Salaries and Incidental
Attorney tletieral' Dept
Iluri-nii of PiiMlis Itmtructloii
(lone ul Expenses Provisional
Ull.'lll ttlltt- III tML'Illl lllflllislt.
I, .VI I .VI
i, urn iu
101. 0.S tV
.'liooi tines to H-uiai il'Hi'.li
I i'.Xk.'U'k iiirni loan, ivii
l'ityiii'Ui under .Souilou '.'
j oiit-tandlins bonds
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' Net liiili'litoliHxo
f. K. I1V.NK MI'.MO.
Sutler- this ilntu of wllle
ilniwnl imilurliiK April,
May nml Jun, lU.. i
l'ah mi huml
IIKIVUION.M. IIOVCKNMI.NT MKMII.
Kxpfn-i-s I'rovixluiml Unvurn-
initiit to ilntu $ J-.ii,Wt Si
TliN nniiiunt ouvcrs nil exiH'tn-vs Ineliiil
ItiK inllltarv unit Itmns nut iiiiroprliiteil
by the In' LucUlulure.
MUMO Cll IS TIIRHt'NV.
Oilt-Uitl'llllKeurtllU'Mi'".. . .f SOI.WW fiO
I'urtllli'iitus wltlnlruKii (rem
eliunl.itliin mi. I ilepolti'il
for i-ufo UieplliK' . . .1 f'.eou (10
Cuhli Iu irea-urv to reileem all
oiutuii.lliiK'Curtllli'alc.i . . .'WI.OoO On
Totiiliuiioitntcurtllleitu-N ... Ill.'.uun en
CumIi on huml r.islul .SnvliiK'i
Hunk vj.na iri
lliilaiii'ii to i-reillt n( '.11 Itoml
lliunli In Treasury , . .lu.Ur.i S7
lliklmieii to oi i. lit of School
llonnl In Tr.niry (!,:!! Is
Avitllulilu eanli, onrrt-ut no-
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lino eiirreiit iwiviliit from ml-
VUIIUUS 'II loiin fun. I . . I1VWS l"
Dieiourruut Hi'i-ount from ml-
VHiioen to 1'oitul KiviiiKi
Hunk '-M,("i7 Oi
Kxpci.pe.i of Klcit:oii .t oil to
Wierlimry Hurueon .MJ 10
(Inuril lloyul MuiiKoloiini I'J Sl
llimnoiiil llettil blvnal titutlon 7.' l)
Clovurniuent I'ounilii . . . i.'i eu
AUI llllo Kiro Dipt. l :vi
I'ulille Kfi'iui'li ... H .'to
Furuatw nml nttrorleti 7IH AI
HoiHiluIn Klre Department 1.710 HI
Klectrlc l.lnl't . . Htl 7H
l'rlniliiK ... Ifid i'
I.lglitliiK ntreetn ether tliiin
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Intimiti Aiyliim l.OJa :to
Claim Irene Ilruvvn 151 U7
I 3,imj :i
Mr. Emmeliith remarked thai
there seemed 10 be a great deal of
diflhlonco regarding registering,
which was due to a doubt whether
tho constitution would be submitted
to the people. He therefore moved
the following resolution:
Hewkril, That it is tho sense of
these Councils that the constitution
will be submitted for ratification to
the voters who register prior to the
: election of delegates to the C'onven
President Dole, iu answer to a
J question from Mr. Waterhouse, made
1 a statement regarding the question
: ol rortuguoso labor immigration
The matter wai in abeyance ponding
tho departure of a Portuguese mer
chant hence for the Azores.
Mr Fiiiiniiliilli In riifiirnneii in
.Mr. l.nineiuui, in reierome 10
report unit wuari improvement was
to be eiTected with (lay's labor, said
that such would be in direct viola
tion of the law, which required that
public work to ooit more than S&00
.should bo done 1)- public lender and Mr. Emmoluth Bald if tho convon
ooulraet. Ho moved a resolution I tiou was to bo wholly oloctivo, that
to require tlio Uoverutnont to call ,
'or tenders for tho proposed wharf
Minister Smith replied that tho
mover entirely misapprehended tho
law, which was to prevent work be
ing given to outsiders without open
wharf extension did not know any
thing about the bullions. Question
Who is that? Bill Jarrett, aud
he's a royalist to boot.
Mr. Wilder wanted to ask if Mr.
because onlv tho Government had
tho plant for driving piles. The
kitiaii wiinrl was mull iy his tine
speaker's) brother because when it
huww i. u.yu.mirv uum u
penenccd or capable, and ho had ai
good a right to employment, bj
prior residence iu tho country, as tho
Councillor who had moved tlio reso
lution. Mr. Hatch thought Mr. Emmo
luth was proceeding under a wrong
theory of the law. Thero was no
thing to prevent the Government's
doing any public work on its own
Tho resolution was lost, only Mr.
Waterhouse voting with the mover.
Minister Smith, with expressions
of regret for tho necessity, Intro-
dttceu a bill to appropriate $7212.12.
to cover unpaid accounts for pay of
tinlicn nf O.ilin. nntl iiii'iclnnl.nU. eivil
and criminal expenses, up to March
!'- " w- ""--"? " - ........ .....-,...-.-
31, ltWl. Ho reierred to emergen
cies that had to bo met iu unexpect
ed dangers having arisen.
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illli I..IIIIIIUIUWI, I'll il HUM IUII MIUl
the bill pass, severely attacked the
imlrAvnifnnnt nf titniinillliirii. Il urns
a disgrace that the Councils should
havont last meeting voted S2.V) a
month to an oillcial ou a junketing
trip. These repeated calls for extra
expenses made him almost decide to
vote against every appropriation in
future, especially when moil with
families were Idfo for want of work
nat might uo given thorn on public
, Mbiistor Smith considered that
the remarks of the iirevious speaker
colled for a reply. It was inconsist-
I ttt,l in, .yi7ll.,ll If, IlklU III17II, 111
thii connection, when some iad been
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mono line to save expenses iu I lie
1 police department.
I Mr. Kiiiiiiolutli said he referred to
idle men who should be employed
' ou the roads.
I Minister Smith called the speaker
i to order, the roads were not before
1 the hiiiijo.
I Aftor n little mom of dialogue,
the motion carried.
Minister Smith moved to suoieud
the rules to past thfi bill on socond
Mr. .Morgan strongly objected to
this railroading of legislatiou. The
Attorney General should have
known some weeks ao if this 11101103
was to be required.
The rules were suspended and the
The Appropriation ltill for Sala
ries and l'ny Id-lln for tho period
from April I, 1MM, to March .'II,
lS'.lli, came up for llrsl reading.
Mr. ICinineluth thought this mat
ter should be deferred until it could
bo dealt with by a regularly elected
Legislature under a permanent form
Minister Damon had observed
that whoiimur they had taken a for
ward step they had not regretted it.
It was necessary that this work
should go right along, as otherwise .
there would be n confining mass of
worK loll to tlieir successors. While
he did not claim the bill was per
fect, yet ho believed it was an im
provement. Every part of it had
been carefully gone over and cheeked
with the heads of the departments.
Thoro being 110 seconder to Mr.
Eiumoliith'-s motion, tho reading of
the bill was proceeded with.
Mr. Euimoluth objected, when
the llrst item was read "Salary of
President, W 1,00(1" -to having the
items pas, when not objected to
specifically, without discussion.
Minister Damon said the question
was whether the bill should be dis
cussed, item by item, once or twice.
Tho reading went 011.
Mr. Una asked if it was the inten
tion to provide for permanent settle
ments for Queen Liliuokalatii and
Princess Kuiulani, as well as fur
Queen Dowager Kapiolani, for
whom there is an item of SKKIO.
Mr. Hatch replied that if those
persons would agree to support the
Government, the Government would
be very happy to provide settle
ments for them.
Mr. Emmoluth, at a later stage,
declared that if salaries were to be
reduced, he should stay by a propo
sition that the reduction be equal
Mr. Eiumeluth, 011 tho item, "Sal
ary of . I apaues'i Inspector and Inter
preter, j'tUMMI," asked if tho Govern
ment paid tlapauo'o Inspector.
' the chief inspector was paid by this '
1 Government iu terms of the coiiveu- !
.uiiiifior uamoii answered mat
tiou. Mr. hua asked, at the conclu
siou of the reading, if the depart -
iiieuiai reports woiiiu no ready in
time to L'liiiln them in consideration
of the bill,
m:. .:.... i ii. .1 ii... .1. .
.wiiiiM.M wiiiuimi ii.iimi iiini uiii
reports could not be got out before
Mav.as the accounts could not bo
closed in timo therefor.
The hill paM)d.
Mr. Eunneluth put a question to
the Executive -as his resolution had
received no support -as to what
course would be jiursued in ratifying
i nml tiriniiiilintiim- the linvv ennstitn.
.Minisior iiaion resiiontioii mat
the matter was to lie left nu open
one for the convention, which it was
dofircd to luftvu free and uutraiu-uiUd
answer woulu bo acceptable.
Mr. Smith asked if tho Govern
ment was going to observe tho
eleventh of Juno.
President Dole said it was a legal
holiday aud would bo kopt as a mat
tor of course.
-ur. binitu Wo'Il have tlio races
At 8:U0 the Councils wont into ;
ecutivo session. i
1 ; .
Nothing Small About Him.
Gen. Lew Wallace of Crawfords
villeand Constantinople avers that
"Tho works of Dickons will not out
live tho contttries, becauso they doal
for tho most part with trifling, frivo
lous, or bad, cheap people." Gen.
Wallace shows novelists how to out
live the conturios. Thoro is nothing
trilling or frivolous about him or
his characters. Ho picks out gods,
heroes, conquerors, princes. He
writes with diamonds upon tho
panes of history. Tiaras, and towers,
and proud processions, and strings
of gorgeous aud illustrious people,
aim property princes arise when he
stamps lils foot upon the tessolated
pavement of his palace. Onco tho
sultan cauio to see him at his Stam
boul mansion bv tho elovutod gate.
"Toll him I am busy," said Gen.
Wallaco to tho proud port or. "I
havo put on my scarlot robe and am
composing a piece. I can't bo both
ered by frivolous persons." And all
night the suttau lay upon his faco
beforo the portal, aud tho dogs of
tho quarter sniffed and howled. A
sultan is somewhat of a potentate,
but ho isn't big enough to crowd
into tho select society of Gon. Wal
lace's characters. A'w York Suit,
Secured His Servico.
Mr. V. G. Potter, crayon and water-color
artist, who has boon visit
ing the islands for his health, has
mado an engagement with Mr. J. J.
Williams. Mr. Potter's work while
in San Fraucisco was socond to
none. Samples will be on exhibition
at our studio, 102 Fort street.
Our better halves say they could
not keep house without Chamber
lain's Cough llomedy. Il is used iu
more than half tho homes in Leeds.
Sims Hros., Leeds, Iowa. This shows
lin iimIj.miii in U'litnli itutl r.iltiiwlv 1m
. 10,i vviloro it , been sold for years
j ami is wn l,uowu. Mothors havo
oar,.d that thero is nothing so good
, for eods, croup and whooping
cough, that it cures these ailments
I ,,,luV)y d pormanontly, and that
it j ,,L.a.aut and safe for children
to ,n, , ftlKi GO cent bottles for
sale by all dealers. Benson, Smith
A: Co., Agents for the Hawaiian
i r. , . , ... . ....
I ni-juni. icwivi:u n
other cargo of Hay and Grain
by the "rnngurd," personally
selected by our munuger in
California ; and as we buy
the best, a word to the wise
is sullieient. Prompt delivery.
California Feed Co.
Okfiok : Corner Queen
and Nuuanu streets. Both
Wakkiiousk : King street
near O. It. & L. Co. 'a Depot.
Both Telephone- f3.
Till: rNDBHSIGNKD HAVING HI'.KN
r. iiplsilliti'il ANKlenee of tlio Ktut of
i W. llonivo Wriuht of Honolulu, n volnn
I '"cy iMiiikrnpi, reipie-ts sll puisous ImvliiK
1 eliiniN niiiiluat i-iilil Kstutu ui iire-uiit their
,..ma UI1 ... ,I10M1M (fom ilute or
tli.'V will lie former liarreil, mid nil persons
owliinMil.l Kstntii nre liereliy reiii'teil to
niiike Imiiieillitte piiymont to J. W. I. mi
Int;. ui Kiiuliiim-imi btreet, Hnunliiln.
J. iV. MINING, A4iiro.
lloiiaUl. Miirnh 21, Ull. Wi-4
A 0ltl. Oil HINOLK WOMAN OH A
.MHirleil Couple for Kflionil lielp ilur-
In,r vuyiiKi. to Knnum hy 0 family with
. rlnMrcn fiuoil rufurencrs rciitilruil. Ap.
KI). IIOrTSCHI.AF.nKIt .t CO.,
Corner KIiik nml lletliul trct, or Vic
tori (treat, oupolt Ttiums Uiitisr.
ni? H S III S I
Hi (D gt ia
9 -m 1
Hawaiian Hiintae On., L'fl
Saturday, March 31, 1H94
As this is the beginning of
the close season in grinding
cane it becomes the duty of
the economical managers of
the suar plantations to seltct
i r i
implements for preparing the
irround for planting. If labor
saving means money getting
animal saving must trend in ,
the same direction. If you can '
get a plow that will do the
work of six or eight horses it j
means a saving of horse llesh j
as well as a saving of the time ;
of the man who handles the ;
stock, the two together means j
a saving of money. From J
what we know of the Hendry ,
Double Furrow and the Hen-'
dry Breaking Plows this saving
can be made through their use.
The Double Furrow Plow is
the only one we ever heard of
that will leave the furrow clean
and ready for planting or irri- i
gating. Mr. Conant tells in
the following letter what his '
experience has been with a
Hendry Breaker. Other man-,
agers tell us the same good
things about the lienury iJou-
Tin: Hawaiian HakdwakkCo.,
I beg herewith to add 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 is the only
plow that I have seen that will
turn a furrow completely over,
under any conditions.
Another point wherein it ex
cels is, the shape of the mould
board is such that the plow
will clean itself, not continu
ally, but say every 200 or yo
feet, which obviates the neces
sity of stopping the team; this
1 makes a very favorable hhow
1 ing in the course of a day's
I remain, yours truly,
1 I. i, CoNA.vr.
While one portion of the
laborers are tilling the soil
others arc repairing old fences
or building new ones. In either
case the Jones Locked Fence
materials are the most econo
mical to use. One stay and
five washers cost a trille under 1
eight cents and they take the ,
place of a post which costs all
the way from thirteen to nine-'
teen cents and are double the
trouble and not half so service
able as the Jones method. II .
you are repairing an old fence j
we will sell you the stas and
washers, or if you want to ,
build an entire new fence you I
can get better rates on Plain
or Barbed Galvanized or Black
Fence Wire from us than any
where else. When you have 1
made your fence you will have ,
one in which the wires do not ;
sag and you will save fifty dol 1
lars a mile in building. Read
what Julian Monsarrat says
Kapai'ala Ran ii, Kau,
Hawaii, March io, iSo.). j
E, R. Hknduv, Iisq.,
Manager I lawaii.m Hard- t
ware Co., Honolulu.
I have just completed some 1
three miles of the "Jones Lock '
ed Fence" and must say that I :
am very much pleased with it; 1
in fact, it is the fence for a
ranch I had about a mile to!
,, , 1 t i
UUIIDll lllb UVUI WllllWlltflT,
where it was nearly impossible
to get a post down, and found
in this case especially the
"Jones Fence" was a great
saving of labor. There are
places in this fence where the
posts are at least 75 feet ap.ur,
and the space between filled
with stajs. There is uo sag to
it, and it is as springy as a wire
mnt!r!Q I nm rniifiili'iir tlinf
..-ii . 1.
it win nun .ui) wiiiiiiii Miin.iv.
I have some two and a hall
miles more to construe t over a
country wheie wild rattle are
very plentiful, and as soun as
it has undergone the test there drawings foi the itti-lallai inn nf niu MUii.iuiciis, eunliliug any rntnputeiit en
will wrilo vnii fiinlvi-r " K"",r "' eefflill.V illlnll and l el llielil.
win wrui. ou 1111 in r. Iu orilning SiniKiiiihiis fimu m., pleiiM-send mimII hUetch, t-lniwinj: tlir
11 it win turn tne stocl; on
this part of the land, and 1
feel confident it will, you can
rest assured that it will turn
most anything, except a lava
Very truly yours,
PRICES REDUCED 25 PERCENT
B3P FOR FOUR WEEKS -J
English Wardrobes, Plato Glass Front;
Msirhlctop Wash Stands,
Marblotop Dressing Tables,
Scutch Chests of Drawers,
Dining J hill and Parlor Chairs,
Rattan Suites, Pictures, Etc.
Uoyal Worcester Vases,
Royal Worcester Tea Sets,
Dinner Sets, Tea Sets,
Decorated. Vases, Tumblers, Glasses,
Claret Jugs, Lamps, Screens,
Iron Bedsteads, Malting,
Etc., Etc, Etc.
THEO. H. DA VIES & CO.
The Drug Business heretofore carried by Ilol
listcr & Co. has been incorporated under the
name of tho .
ister Drug Co., L'd.
Having the largest and most complete stock in
our line, we are prepared to off jr our customer
tho best goods at the lowest prices.
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I5RP "P1or,t Rt,rnt
National Cane Shredder -
PATENTED UNUKIt THE LAWS OP THE HAWAIIAN ISLANDS.
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I rpiiB i'.vdkusion'kd HAVK hki:n
Uicmi hiiniainwiH and uie now
; 1 he great uilviintiigi's to lie ili'rivrii
Siiiii:iiin;ii me ilniMiiidily ent.ililihhcil and ackiiowlidgtil liy l'lantera
The lume nuinher of 11. uiten- using tlnin in the United Stales, t'uha,
Vrgeiiiiuii Itejuihlie, I'eru, A iiit r.ili.i unit eUewhere, hem witness to the
iiliiive t-lii tin.
The iiM of tho Siiiii:ni)i:it vi-ij hugely iitigmeuts the qiiiintitv of cane
the null cm griml (-'.'1 (u .r0a), ,i)m. it e eMiiiction o, juiee (ri In VIA).
It n a great Mifeuiiid, 111.1l.1111; kin wn at utiee the pu seuuo of any
pieciv nf iinii, plala'p frmu em, nr anything tv 1 1 i 1 1 unitlil lie hnhle to ihuiiiige
tin mill, .iinl allowing; iuii.li liin,. in teiimve c.iine liuhire ilauingiiig the mill.
The Siu.miiihU i vi r htrm.glv in.iile. nml ftuin 1 he mniiiier nf its opera-
Unli it eiltr. nr IimTi- llu-e plei i- ol I nr lino willlulil nfteii liieuklllg tint
nillii.lini'.lt ; .iinl if any liin lni'.ik, it 1.- simply Mime nf the knives or cutter,
M11el1 iMii he quickly .mil ei'niinnin'iilly rcplucnl. The .Siiukiuikk, hs its
inline linlli'iitOH, ic.llp the ciiili' into
iiik 11 nun aiiuvviim tne mill in ihiunuuiuy intrr mil the imces without re-
, niuinjj K. inii,u,,fC. t-xin puvvtr
c.iiii'. 1 lie iiKi;iiiii:ii i-pir.iii tin hhreilileil cine uuifiiiiiiiy nml evenly to
the mill mlU, mill ilnt- iiuiiy iilli the inren-ity nf fi imiIiii the luyu-ee by
h. mil Ik ivvii 11 tin' null-, wheio ii'giiinliug i 111 'use. Nu greater iimniiiil of
ImiW cni.ii'iy tti tin it tu c.n 1 uii. thr miiii.iiii:ii II11111 that winch w.ir
i-iillii'ieiit hit the null. fit tin almvi ri-UMiii. We fiirnipli full workintt
iliiiiiielii nml width n the mill'mlU
nlrn the hide (eitlii'l lij;lll nr Ii It li.illii in. Vnll f.ice I' .nliveiy Mli nf thr
mill), Uiini uhii'li tin. null rnuim- i Inciliil, uUn the heilil fmiil Hour line
In center of limit null lull rliull, mnl ilp-tunce eeiller tlllb fh.ifl to front cud
of Iinl pluti'. TIumi SiiiikiiiI'.Ii4 1111 linvv lieiug umiI hy llie lliluSugiii On,
nml ll.mi Mill, ,ii,i.i, whole ln y me givuig jiri at ciili-l ii'tinll.
KT I'lnur. nml furtlii 1 i.irinul.ii 111. iv In- hull hv .iiqlyiug to
T E ID )
ITcmoluIu., ."KE. T.
appointed kolk aoknt.s von
piep.ui'il to receive orders.
iiho of the National Oank
Hilt'iN ut vaiying leiigtho, poifcelly open-
ncciH-.iiy lupoid nr criir-h the whole
with which miui.ddm' ir to he rniinculid,
G. IRWIN &c CO., L'd.,
t'olt Ay mil if 1.U iuuu'.ix lttanU.