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WHAT'S IN TO-DAY'S PAPER.
Hireling to llro. ltertrnm.
Not Hip Hr.t eclftn
llCKl'try Kelloutloli rilltorlitl.
Suburban School Work.
IajmiI and Ucneral Itutiii.
I'rrll of the Street.
riure Will be Haws.
Heckle-. Pistol FlrliiK.
Struck the Woman.
Utility of Assault.
Another Itllle Club.
Ploaii VMtors to tlio Voir
Death of n Cntlioliu Sitter.
rvnalnr Steve White's Sicech - lv "An
Descent of n Judge by "Knowledge."
(The Jhuhl XulUtfn.
l'ltdnrd tti neither Seel nor Party,
But Kstaldhhed for the lien-fit of Alt.
MONDAY, APRIL , 18SM.
Tax-paying aud representation ,
having beou divorced, Ministers lion- J
resident at their posts and military
chiefs absent from their command
have a Que tiruo of it.
Tho Attoruoy-genornl wants a
supplementary vote for his special
police (Koto for "special" read
"alien"). Ho may yet want another
extra for payment of damages in
dicted by alien policemen on inof
Tho Attorney General wants
.C?'i I 'i. I nf iiiiti.riitiriijiiinti.il tmn.'iv.
ers' money for police of Oahu and '
incidental, but he ha forgotten to
put at the end of hi "act to appro-1
pnate C'.omry the wlo it calls ), '
pnate (".. ey the wise it calls ),
ns lie did to hi "Dangerous Person !
Ai't." tlui elmm.. "N'n iirovision nf !
the constitution shall be held to iu
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validate any of the provision of this
One who wa on tho car that i
struck a Chinauiau writes to say that
tho driver wa not to blamo. It was '
dark and as soou a ho saw the man
on tho track ho put on tlio brakes. I
The writer of the note does not '
think it fair for the
represent the trauicars as dangerous ,
on such evidence. That is not so
bad, however, as the other evidence i
ottered by that paper t lit) ktiockiug !
dowu of a man by another vehicle
to hhow that the trauicars are dan-
NOT THE FIRST.
The Advertiser remarks that the
mass meeting called for this even-
iug "will be the first open political i
gathering of Hawaiiaus since Mon
day, the Kith of January, lS'Jll."
That journal is, as usual, mistaken, j
On the evening of March 2.", iS'.i.'t,
within two mouths of the revolt)- ,
lion, a monster inasa meeting of Ha
waiiaus and foreigners assembled at
Ktnma Square, under the auspices
of tho Hawaiian Civil Rights League,
(euphemistically dubbed by the
Advertiser, the "Black Flag League")
and, by resolution, protested against
the action of the P. 0. Comtnis
sionunt to the United States Govern
ment iu advocating a system of gov
ernment for Hawaii iu which Hawai
iaus, or any clas? previously enjoy
ing the voting privilege, should be
excluded from the franchise: and
protested against the imposition
upon Hawaii, by the United States,
of buy form of government excent a
"governmout of the people, by the I
..u i f.u. .,.,.. i.. ti..
people, and for the people." That
was the largest meeting over held iu
Honolulu, and it, too, was opposed
by certain of the olllcers of the llul
Aloha Aina, who now oppose the
meeting called for this evening,
Mark the coincidence.
is is constitutional government!
tlm tlilrt.,.n l,.,.l 1 1. ..mi
, the th rteen elected them-
hnlves, then they elected the olec
tors, aud these elect the eighteen.
This is a constitutional conven
tion! Eighteen delegates elected
by voters who have taken an oath
of allegiance to the nineteeu of the
Itegistcr, register! No compulsion
ouly you must, or lose your liveli
hood. The P. C. A. is trying to drum up
voters, but there are no free votun
in the country. The nation is dis
franchised, and au oath of allegiance
to tho P. Li. (present government)
made the sole qualification of re
., , , .
republicans not only voto at the
polls but sit iu the House of Com
mons. Iu republican France avow
ed royalists not only vote at the
polls but speak in the Chamber of
Deputies and in the Senate.
In France il is "no election" un
less ouu-fourth of tho electors cast
their votes, The principle of elec
tion is "universal suffrage.
The Atturney-tlonoral has pre
timod to attempt to doll no mid in
torprot tho law, thereby relieving
tlio courts of thoir principal ftinc-
tion. I'erhnps it was a uue of
gratitude for this roliof that prompt
ed tho Chiof Justice, to write a letter
in tho Kuokoa, urging tho Hawai
ian to exercise tlieir political rights.
It is to bo hoped that tho political
impartiality of the C. .1. ha urged
him to point out to the Hawaiian
that au oath of allegiance to the
i G. is the only means of gaining
poriiitaioti to exercise their political
It is not usual for Attorneys Oen
eral to publish by newspaper an iu
terprelatiou of tho law, or for Chief !
Justices to appear a. political party '
1 advisors. Indeed such action by ,
....i. v ., ... ,i ... 1
siien omcini would in some conn-
,... .1 , .
tries occasion a vacancy in ho seat
, of tho Att.ruey-General in the Cabi-
net and another in that of the C. J. '
on tho bench.
Did not a certain Mrs. Bond once
ca to tie uiicks in nor pouu: "uuiy,
.. .... i
dilly, dilly, come out and Register.
The eighteen elected members
must take au oath of allegiance to J
the nineteen non-elected.
Sundry Docislons 0. A. Brown Suod
on a Trust -Tho Banning Oaao.
Judge Whitiug'tiai rendered a tie
cisiou on the contested will of C.
Manaole, admitting it to probate
aud appointing J. Alfred Magoon as
administrator under S1T00 bond.
Magoon for proponent ; C. W. Ash
ford for Elizabeth Harvey, contest
ant. Judge Whiting ha lllod a deci
Himi. nllnvvlnir T. W. KnvvliiiH len
days in which to amend his com-
ll1."111 "Pin ,.h10 Ho1
gfi far umJoSTa.
an,i p. m. Hatch for def
and W. A.
S. Hart well
an,i p. m. Hatch for defentlaut.
The same judge decides for the
plaintiff ill the nSSIIIUfiiit Mlit of J.
Lu"i'ii vs. i' iir uunui iinu tier
I husband 1. Jones, awarding $'M)
priucipal and interest of SHM.IO
1 total .'UW10. Magoon for plaintiff;
I ! ... 1.11 I" I I.
Uartwell lor defendant.
Iguacio tie b'raga ha obtained
judgment against the Portuguese
lttinl ItoiwtU Society, by a deci-
sum ui .Minn" oiiuiiiK, me
amount of beuelits claimed, - 1 70.
witlt interest from Nov. !, IS'.W, of
artwell and I'orry for plain
. . r
,ill: eumauu lor ueleuilaiit.
i. a. spaitiiug anu u. . uiiuini,
bv their attorney. I. M. Hatch, have
tiled an answer to the libel of the
Sun ami Alliance insurance compa
nies ag.iiust the steamer Waimaualo.
It rouowsthoasi'ortionsof .SpaldingV
libel against the companies, ami fur
ther denies all the allegations about
the wilful wrecking ami abandoning
of the veel.
Judge Cooper ha granted tempo
rary letters of aduiiiii-l ration to Mrs
l' S. Pratt, under bond of .'IK. in
the matter of her late husband's es
W. Foster for petitioner: V.
It. Castle for Mr. Theresa Cart-
II. WaturlioiiMt and A.h. Uartwell,
trustees under the will of
Wood, and Florence Jones and
Pierre Jones, her husband, have
brought a bill iu equity to construe
will and to authorize trustee. to pay
income, against Stella M. Dixon and
Albert F. Dixon, her husband, and
John A. W. Dixon, their minor child,
and George Douglas .lone.-, Nalaina
lua M. Jones and Mamie Jones,
minor children of plaiutilfs, Florence
Jones and Pierre Jones. Judge
uooper appoints . A. ivinuey as
guardian ad litem of the minor de
fendants and orders that process
issue. Mrs. Jones and Mrs. Dixon
are daughter. of the testator, to
whom one-third each of the income
is deviled, the other one-third being
ordered invested for the testator's
grandchildren. One-third now
amounts to 72ii.!i.'t, and tho object
of the bill is to get authority, as it is
claimed the will contains, to the
"sr pay u.e proporuou oi
' '" .""'oiiif of the remaining oue-
third belonging to the Jones chil-
dreii, for helping to maintain aud
educate them, Mrs. Joues to be con-
' "ti.lutocl their guardiau to Higu ro
The Olowalu Simar Co. has taken
proceedings to eject S. Kaaluvva
from a piece of crown lauds, claim
ing $l(J00 damagoh from defendant
for wrongfully occupying the laud.
the liuiiuiug estate appeal has
' 'wit b,,f,,"' the Supreme ( ourl for
I voral days Chief Justice Judd,
Fjrs, Ashm.intu iJufllil.0 3i(.ktrtoit
and Mr. Paul Neumann procnt. tin
.latter iu place of Second Associate
'Justice I-rear, (Unqualified from
having been of couusel.
Henry Smith has appraised the
laud belonging to the estate of A. A.
Comintern King ntreot at &lfi(K). Ah
master in chancery the hiiinu gentle
man has reported the value of die
estate outside of this laud as $U)r
087 .'19, which would make the total
$20,fS7.3D. He submits questions as
to the liability of certain bequests
to the now legacy luxation, and as
to the commissions to be due to the
Judge Whiting Iu
accounts of Nicho
la I'utorMiii as
iuaidian of the estate of Marv P
Apoe, They show .SLYM! due to the
Iu the matter of the bankruptcy
of S. Hhrlich, before Judge Whiting
In creditors proved
(.lnims ,, ;. (() awKll.Tl. and
J. F. Hack fold was elected assignee
under $20,000 bonds.
The final uccouut of It. F. Dilling
ham, administrator of the estate of
A. L. Smith, has been referred to (.'
F, Peterson, master, for examina
tion. A bill iu equity ha been brough.
by Irene II. Broun, wife of ('. A.
Brown, joined by her two minor
children and A. F. Judd, guardian
ad litem, against ('. A. Brown, to
obtain a construction of the will of
the late John li, father of the plain
tiff. The bill alleges a truxt in favor
of tLu two minors, subject to the life
interest ol Mr.. Brown, and charges
waste and other ill-usage of tho pro
perty against defendant Brown.
Carter A: Carter and W. A. Kiuney
for plain till'.
Suburban School Work.
1 Our reporter took a trip in tho
'bus to havo a look at tho work of
tho DUpils in the Kalihi-waona
school. .Mi.. Agnew is tho principal,
nun .hist ijiii'ii o--m.-m.iiii, x uure
i were drawings on blackboards all '
around tho room, executed iu color
ed crayons and comprising heads,
flower and freehand decorative
borders. Its quality was remarkably
high when il it considered that the
artists wero none of them far enter
ed into I heir teen and some of them
imi ,lol reached I hat period of years
Drawings on paper showed equal
merit, some rouvtling undoubted
tnlittit. Tlii uritton unrlf nf flu
, v .' , : ",
school contained many examples of
hi ,,, pmfi,.il)noj. fortho p,,,,.
As important t.s anything dono liv
tho girls wa their needlework.
several of them havo attained to tho
making of their own dresses, and
there are many nice samples of fancy
tunn in iTiiiMii! i ii it. i riiiiiiiiiiir. lire
. .....I. !.. -. .-l.-.i! -i ! -
Th,8 , a,)plicatYon of Ul0 Ttldus. .
' t rml lilun 4n niiMlliwm anlwwtl tittl!n
which ought to be extended.
Socurod His Sorvicos.
Mr. V. O. Potter, crayon nnd water-color
artist, who ha been visit
ing the islands for his health, has
made au engagement with Mr. J. J.
William.. Mr. Potter's work while
iu Sau Francisco wa second 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 Remedy. It is used iu
more than half the homes in Leeds.
Situs Bros., Leeds, Iowa. This shows
the esteem in which that remedy is
hold where it ha been sold for years
aud is well known. Mothers have
learned t uat mere is not mug so gooti
,,.,.. ... .
IOI wit Iff LIUlll' UIIW 1IIWWIIIU
cough, that it cures these ailments
quickly aud permanently, ami that
it is plcaaut anil safe for children
to take. 2o aud oO cent bottles for
sale by all dealer. Benson, Smith
A: Co.. Agents for the Hawaiian
By Lowls J. Lovoy.
AT Id n l.'J('K A.
I will -''II ill I'iiIiIIc Ain-lieii, ui m
riMiini, for iiivuiint of whom It
.M. iu illiiiniiinl.
T. II. I.
N'n. LID I Cpn'
54 Duz. Saa Hati and Bounets
l .iiniiK'ti on voyii);- of liniMirlitllnn fiotn
I.IviTmmiI vlii SyJnxy, N 8 '.,nnil liiliiliil
, H. "Aruwu" frcint
Hyibipy, Airll Int.
Tonus Caib in U.
S. Gold Coin.
i ui:.MiNrruN' TYi'i:vnrri;it, aim-
1 tul iitnl .Sniiill b'tUT: uuii'itnu-i'il In
iN'rfevt enlor. .'-0('uh. Aililn-K,
"A. .S" I'. (i. Ilnx .IUI, Honolulu,
'P I.P.T ON IIKIti:
X tiinlrt stri-t-t li"iir M II-
VpWO NK'KI.V Kill-
JL IlisllFll ItoiniN fur
(iinitleini'ii ui No.
REAL ESTATE FOR SALE.
7 VAI.UAIII.i: I'llvVKH (IK
I liiiiirovc.l l'uiK-rty, luonK-il
Iu dilLruut I'lirts uf the ity of
Honolulu ; nil liurniilnv Aiil)
for full iMirticiilurs to
lllttMJK .V A. J. DAItTWItUIHT.
CiOTTAni: ro u:r in
1'unclilioHl StH-ct. hi
reiirof Dr. I'ihiii-'m ireinl-ei,
llii'elHiila rtir.'ut. A j 1 1 y lo
lima un premises or I'm-llle
uf KIiik anil Niiuiimi Htreet-
ON TIIK lt OK Al'ltll.,
n tottaut on tjiii-fii
street, niur (loveriinieiit
ilull.lliii;; rent $1.'. In-
C. (JKItT.'rf SIIOK 8TOUK.
Ciorr.un: to i.i:r on
J Kituiii street, one liluuic
from lior.-u cur, ull modem
Improvements, iiImi Hum,
Stalilcs. mill Hervmit's lioom
N. 8. HAt'llfe.
rtv known n tint
I'uty I'ruinlseti.' sltiuteil
oil .Nililiiiiu Avenue, next
iiiIjoIiiIiik the re-iiteie-e of Mr, K. i' III
hop The llmiMt heluu Two Slorn on
taliiii hu li i pi lleilrooiio.. I'urlorH, llil mril
lloom. Kitehuli with ."-ei limine, I'uii ry,
etc , anil iluthroom on eti"h llmir Tliuen.
tire hoiii- Is IlKhteil ivith eleuirielty Tho
liroiuiiU are hire :tn I eouliifii iiiiiih vurlx-lie-nf
hhuilu uml Km U l'reei. Tuiuleslr
nlihi lunmit tlio propertv will he let nt a
ri'iihon.ilile reulni. Iviniulru nf
I- W. MA TAItbANK,
ten tin I'nloii l-Veil l'o ' nlllee.
DKAI.KU IN -
ALL KINDS OF SOAP
hOll DORP a bpeCialty
fsr-iiittiii'i 'u.ii I'n. . .:d.i r.riniiow.
ih. kinu h'litua.
A mile lit i
Saturday, April ?, 1894. !
Did you ever notice how an j
ant combines business with.)
pleasure when out on a pro- I
how he will investi- i
. i i
rJat- when he runs lip against
a bread crumb and then go
back and tell a large circle of
acquaintances who soon be-
. come a nuisance. It is to ob
, viate this that we sell the new '
' fanglcd Bread and Cake
Knives. You may cut warm
or cold bread, or cake with
.. ., .-,,. .,
icing on It and not make a
caimb The set of three a
CriimD' ,ine " ' ,tnr.ce a
parer, cake cutter and pie cut
ter goes to you for a dollar,
and when you've used them
once you will say you have a
three dollar value.
The latest coast news tells '
us that all of the treaties under !
the McKinley bill are repealed ,
under the new Tarifl bill. This ,
is going to bring anguish to
the breasts ol some people,
but Hawaii is all right. Mc
Kinley did not give us a treaty
but he wrestled hard to give
us "Ballyhooly." So far as
treaty relations with the United
States are concerned the sun
seems to be shining on the
sugar industry of Hawaii; and
so long as the sun shines to
the extent of a cent and a
quarter on stwar every
on suy-ar every one
will be prosperous and happy.
Haviland ware takes a step
or two forward in this commu
nity when its quality is com
pared with other decorated
china. We have sold this
crockery ever since we have
been in business and it is now
the favorite ware here. Our
method of selling it makes it
popular because we do not in
sist upon people buying a full
set. We sell, for instance, a
half dozen cups and saucers as
a starter. If the buyer's friends
, comment on their beauty and
I quality it is quite likely the j
i lady of the house will want
some plates to add to it. With
each piece there will be a grow
ing uesire iur more until it
culminates in the necessary
dishes for soup, fish, roasts,
vegetables, salads, etc. It is
quite the proper thing for peo
ple to have different decora
tions for each course; some
people may have a complete
set but would like a change
for soup or fish We can make
up such a set at a price that
will surprise you.
The Fischer Steel Range is
by far the best range manu
factured; it will heat up quicker
and burn less fuel. The first
invoice of these ranges that we
received were made of mate
rial just one half the thickness
of the present lot and they cost
us more money. While those
we now offer you are superior
in every respect, we sell thorn
for ten dollars less money.
We've sold these ranges to
people who have used iron
stoves all their lives and who
do not hesitate to say that the
"Fischer" burns one-third less
fuel than any other stove the
same size. This means that
you will save the extra cost of
a steel range in a very short
For people who want a
cheaper article we have several
makes of iron stoves which we
can recommend. We make a
leader of the "Pansy" at $15,
because we believe it to be the
best. These iron stoves burn
coal or wood and are wonder
fully good bakers.
The dry season is coming
on and the "25th annual kick
of the Water Consumers Pro
tective Alliance" will soon take
place. It is not that there is a
scarcity of water on the Islands
but because the people do not
search for it. We have saved
the ranch man, the plantation
manager and the vegetable
grower large sums of money
by accepting our advice and
erecting Aermotors. Our S
foot wheel will do the same
work that a 10-foot wooden
wheel will perform, and an S
foot mill is all that is required
1 for stock or irrigation purposes
I unless large quantities of water
I'has many advantages over
! wooden mills, nnd one of them
i is the fact that no matter how
violent the storm the mill will
close up automatically.
Goto tab n-.:CLEAMNCE SALE
W. F. Reynolds, : Prop.
Mir do not no in for iiriiitliny nut
Sprctiulex and Eyeglass's, hut we can
lit you at pricm in accordance with the
mm link vv
DOLLS & GAMES
IS WKI.I. ASHOItTKI).
AU. KISDS OK
NeedleS &Fittill0S I
-TcviitvSco,c,,cl;rsofl,l;;wc,is' , , .
11 iHinno M11I iiiirl Piii-Irki f'.lwvii.o
The Klti(t nf All Typ writer-..
Purses and Card Cases,'
Tennis Rackets and S,ppl.
Croquet and Baseball Goods,
d 11 0 1 , P. pi ,.
Full Supply of Fine Stationery, i
GiiWquo fnnm M nn Iln
uuiiuio 11 urn tjru.uv v).
t'h'TSf Ulictrt anil DaaIp ntvtArArt Kti
T Ami iloti'l forp'l fV.Sll l tlu .
I)3l nf our lmliici tun! It ulwiiyn lull;. I
Cleveland Bicycle Club
Will 1 1 11 vi- It, I'lrt liiiuviiif! Dii
.a.:f:r,i:li i , 1 894,
I'l ONLY Cosrs VOL1
rlilor. Wlmt iiuiri1 rim jon mK fur.
Join Now, a Few Chances Left!
ALUMINUM n I mrnr
ntnnni k I I I J li I J I
S 'iLl LI.
H. E. WALKER,
tUMf Aufiil. Honolulu. II I.
Agent to Take Acknowledgments
Will ntti'inl to Mini lucinrtil anil .Suit-
ui l'niivrty ami ( uilt'clilitt In
un ii nr
Houses and Laud For Sale
Nortlicrl) rurin-r ' liouia mill Uin-innia
tui" . ,
OrriiT: tliiniliHir U'lon U'wli. J. Ij'Vi'v.
Kurt Htrn't. DT.Vtf'
j. j. egan;
5 14 Ifort Stroot.
AI.W'AVS OX IIAN'UTIIK
Latest Styles in Millinery!
Till'. I.ATKsT IN - i
White and Colored Worsted Goods
Til K MOST COM IM.KTK. bTollv OK
DRY : GOODS
IN TIIK OITY
Dressmaking Done by Mrs. Runner.
Visitors, Picnic Parlies, Lnaus
At Smith's Bus and Livory
Stables, King Street,
fAilJiilmii Mi'triiiulltiiii Mi'iit Murkit,
l tin1 Clii-llpi'M i'iii'ii ill If iu it Iiiiii i-iiii n'1'
ltlll"t, llflllll'lll'l, lllH'lill'- illlli Mllil 1
lliir.i-. Il will ui ton in i ail uml -iu
1'iton )uii tr el fwliiMi-.
Mutuul Tolophono 408.
CEYLON TKA AND JEWK1.11Y.
I IIKil I'tl IN folt M '1111; ITIll.ir
1 Iliill I liavf oi'iiii iiiv Si. iic ill No. '.
Niiii.iiiii iiri'iit will. i'i,!iiii Mtimil ti liui'.i
Jcwiur.v nt with Itulili -', iu..l -. I', nr :-.
'tr. ,lul r i'iiUimI miiiic I'nrr I i l iiim
try It. AUo, I !) loii Hun. l-iiimli I.iiuh,
All iimm-ll'iu n( ui) hiih'L l .ulli iu-i,
W. J KAUIllrt.
WJtl No im Numwiu .trtut
I ' l
PRICES REDUCED 20 PERCENT
2r FOR FOUR WEEKS -S
English Wardrobes, Plato Glass Froiit:
Miirblotop Wash Stands,
t Murblotop Dressing Tables,
, . ., 0 . ,.
Rattan Suites, Pictures, 'Etc.
R() yftl Womj8tor Toft g j
Dinner Sots, Tea Sots,
Decorated Vast's. I uinblors, Glasses,
ClllPOt JllgS, Lamps, ScPC'CHS,
r,'on Bedsteads, Malting,
THEO. H. DA VIES & CO.
The Drug Business heretofore carried by IIol
lister fe Co. bus been incorporated under tho
nnine of the ......
Hollister Drag Co, L'd.
Having the largest nnd most complete stock iu
our line, we arc prepared to offer our ciihtonicrs
tbu best goods at the lowest prices.
HOLLISTER DRUG CO.,
National Cane Shredder
I'ATKSTr.l) L'NIll'.ll I'lIU LAWS OK IIIK HAWAIIAN ISLANDS.
rpiIE U.N'DKItSKJNKI) 1IAVK IUCF.N AIM'DINTKI) SOLK AHI2NTK FOK
tlnu Siiiikiidkiih uml ur.i ikiw pit'iiarcd to rccono huIltn.
Tln urniit mlvitiiiiiKi'H tn lie tlirivfil frniii tin iino f tlio National Oa.ne
Siiiij.ui'Cii urn tluiiiMi;li1 I'Hiiililibhcil uml iickiiowUili'il ly I'lanteib
Tliu laruo niiiiilior of I'l.inti-rh iiinj' tlii'in in the UnltPil StntOH, Culm,
Arjjuniiiii- Ki'iuilihi, IVru, AiihU.ili.i uml vlnovvln-ro, ho.ir witiicnn to t)i
Tin- iiht- of tin- Hiiiij-iiiir.u vi-ry lurnoly luiKinuntH tlm iiiiiintity of i-aiip
tlio null imii riuil (."! to 50i), u1mi tl o fxiMctiou of jniot.' (o to VIZ,).
It i a hii'iU t..ifi,'iiiiril, iiiukiii knevvii nt oncn tlio proenco of my
pii-rri" of nun, phikoi. frnin raih, or iiiiytlnni' wliili vvmilil lie hablo to ilmiini'V
tlio mill, anil iillnvviiiK aniilt iinu In it'inuvu cuuu liofuio iliiiniiint; tlie mill.
Tho SitUKDliKli in very Mroui'ly ni.ulo, ami fmin ilm iiiiiiiiiit of il opera
tion it fill- or limn thi-c picft.-H ut vmmiI nr iron willoint ofinn lirc.ilciliK tliu
Kiiiikudkii ; anil if anyiliiiii! lin itk, it U hiiiipl.v nunc nf tho knivi., or (miIIitb,
.vliii'h i'uii hu ipiii'ldy anil i-fnin tnically n placcil. The Siiiikiiukii, im il
iiitini' inilii'iitcH, tt-iii Un- niiif nun olir.''!- of varyiiiK h'tijitliK, pi-ifcotly opi-n-uiK
it ami allinvini; thr mill tu tlnmnilily piiK.. mil tin- jiiici-b vvilhonl rt
iiiniii; tin- immi'iiM' cxiiii pnwrr uiri'Sp.uy In jt:i itnl or I'l'iuli thu wholo
iMiir. Tin-Mii:i.inu:ii pprciiiln Ihi' t-liii'ihliil ram' uniformly ami ovi'iily to
tin- null mllr, ami ilmo away with the niroMly nf ppnuilmn tlm li.i'afru liy
hanil hotvv.'i n the mill-, vvln.ui ri'j.'iiiolini' ! in iim'. No Krealcr amount of
Imilii rani"iy jm ii'iini'i il in iiju'i.itii tin- Siiiu.iiokii ihan that vvhiuh vvae
Millii'ii'iit f r tin null, Im t)n almvi mi'i iik. We f nr nivli full working
ilruvvingt fur tho in-iallaiicin nf nnr Siii;i;iiiii.iih, onalilin1,' any rnnipvti'nt i'n-
HMIl'lT In plll'l'l reflllly Mli-lall ami r-t:i:t thrill.
Ill OIlh'IIIIK Sll:iiiKII flnm i , pluacf Hi'llll Mliall fkl'tl'll, KlluU'illJ.' llic
ilmiiii'lcr ami wiilili m tin' mill mlU with ulmli Siiiii.iiiu:!' it to hi' conin'ctril,
nl-ii the iiic (cillii'i nclit in li-ii li mil a vmi fart- t' litilivrry Mv t.f llm
mill), ii. mi ulmli Un mill t'lij-iiii i lot'.tti'il. iiUn thf hnii'ht finm llnnr Iinu
In ri'titt i n limit mill mil .haft, ami iliMtuiri fiiilor linn t-li t f l In limit eml
of ! . .atf. Tin M' Sill. I, Din iin arc imw l iiu U'''l hy llir IlilnSnur Co,
anil llnvi Mill, ICnlial i, ulii'i ih'.v un Himhk' uriui miiiI' ulinn.
g.ti I'lnut ami Itulhui pailii'iil 'I' muy In I. ail li ,tp.lviiiu tt
I tJi tl
- - raonolvilu. H. I.
G. IRWIN & CO., L'd.,
$il l't fur lh timiium lilnniii.