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WHAT'S IN TO-DAY'S PAPER.
t" 'Ata. .l,imn
MB-IT PAUK. ,;.
F.nrKi' Mni Meeting.
I.vlttr from tlio Mill Alolm Altai bv J.
.Naunhi. Pre. J. k. IliMi, Vlccl'ru-i. '
I-nte horelen Now?, per Imrlt "Allwrt."
A 1'roTiit Vitnr.
lical ntul Uenrral Iti-in.
Ooii'itl McKIiiIpi'v Wliluw D.-nd.
Paying fur Prhatt't-r.
Continuation nf Liirgi' Mni Mil tiiiK.
(The Jlrtihi .uUctuu
I'UdU'd to neither Sn't nor Paiiy,
Hut Kttablhhrd for the Hew fit of Alt.
TUESDAY, Al'ML 10, 181.
Is thoro any ditrereiico iu degree
of guilt between bribery, or buying
of votes, ami intimidation of voters
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by threatening them with loss of
employment! Doth aro given heavy
penaltios in all advanced election
laws, ami when proved agaiust n.
candidate or his agent are cause oi
roidiug au election.
If the reports of President Cleve
land's designs on Pearl harbor atv
correct, his policy iu that respect is
to satisfy all reasonable American '
claims on tho Islands. Tho counter- i
part of that policy will bo t
tho demands of justice toward tho
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Hawaiian p.niple, which ho has de-
clnred to the world havo been
cruelly outraged by representatives
of the L'nited States.
Lottor from the Aloha Alnn
Eoitoh Hcu.t-.TiN: -
In answer to an erratic editorial
iu yesterday's Holomua, attacking
your paper, I wish you to stato that
the card of tho II id Aloha Aina,
published iu Saturday's Uu.li:tis
was olllcial anil correct, and writ ten
lir llin In... Ir:il..ul Vi..... !.. ..I
dutit and other ollloers of this A mo-
elation, who havo "full rigid to
speak for that organization," all the
more so, since their course wa rati-1
bed and even onip!iaMcd bv an
executive vote of 1" against I. 1
wish further to say that 1 tun ur-
prised that jou should have given
out the nameof Mr. Marpi.s to the
editor of tho Holomua, who ha
iiuwiuig io no wiiu i no urn .iona
Amu, and no right to any knowledge
oi us operation.
Ino. 11. IJisii,
Honolulu, April HI. KH.
Iliad theollicers sigmul their card
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iiiberted on aturday,as they should
havo done, there would have been
no misunderstanding. Ou the face
of it tho document purported to
have como from the Hui Aloha Aina.
so that it was iu nowise au anony
mous communication. The name of
Mr. Manpies was given to the priu
cipuls iu calling the nun meeting
'not to the editor of the Holoituia),
simply to show that it uas uot an
irresponsible production as some
si'oined to regard it. There is much
suggestive of the cur species in the
iiolomua's snapping al Mr. Manpies,
anor tne very recent Idling of man
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pages of that paper with tho pro-;
duct of his pen. It ought not to be
necessary to inform the Holomua
that its opinion is never considered
iu deciding what shall bo admitte
to tho Hi lli;tin 1 columns. If the'
Aloha Aiua desires spaco for its ro j
.pectfu. views ou any subject, it can
ooiam ii uere in llio nuure as iu un
past. ICiiitoii BcLLnTi.v.
Klnnl Sattlnraunt of King Kiilukuun'a
I5lialwth Harvoy by C. W. Ash
ford her attorney hus givou notice
of appeal auaiust tho decision of
Judge Whiting admitting thu will i
tf C. Mauaolo to probate.
Judge Cooper lias approved the
final auiiunl account and grunted
i lie dibdiargo of Dr. Trousseau, ad
injnistrator of thu estate of thu latu
King Kalakuua. Ituceipts were
$11 172.1S, and expcuditures.'Srf.'.l.'ili,
10, leaviug a balance vl $52lB.!0 less
legal uxpeiises for tho bole doiiscc,
Uowagor yueon ivajuolani
j. f. iiackfeid has Hied fc bond for
.TJOJ0O0, with K. H. Hondrv and K
riuhr his sureties, as assignee f h,
Thu Uauniug appeal hearing was
concluded at noon to-da
.Judge Whiting i& hearing the jury
waived cao of Allou A: Hobiusou Vb.
F. II. Hodward. Hatch for plain
tiff; C. W. Ashford for Hedward;
Carter A; Carter for Hawaiian Lodge,
F. X- A. M.
A Freaout Visitor.
Ii-thn Examiner of .March 20 is a
long tfcouut of the departure of
Ilov. W. D Nicholas, I). D for Ho
nolulu by tti.) Australia. Ho wa-.
assistant to ji Maekou.io iu the
pastorate of tho First Fresbylerian
church. Many of Hid congregation
got wild at him for becoming en
gaged to Miss Kdiia Groves of Oak
land, soprano iu thu choir, she being
a Itomau Catholic. Dr. Alexander
advised him to coinu to Honolulu,
as there whs a vacant church here.
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All kindi of Vommtrciul I'Hnting
promptly ,,ud fov- r. , tk-"
LATE FOREIGN NEWS.
Sn Kiiascisco, March 21.
I'tr ftnrk Alln-rt.
Juilo Cliutnin hns tWitlcd that a
prima faeio chio of insanity lias boon
uiaiiu out iu tho iaso of Prondor
Kn. tho slayer of Major Harrison,
and that ho would raut a staj of
twowi'ckito dctcrtnino tho inattor.
.Munoypil;, it suburb of Norfolk,
Va., ha.- boon burnod. Liws $.11)0,1)00,
On the other hand, the President is
overwhelmed with letters and tele-
Urants from business men iu all sec
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ill n Sin Vn(ni 'i.vnJ ' a,lu wnineso nail ueen varciuateil
in ai sau Antonio, loxas. ,i ,,i.i . , , . , , ,
A ,,.nl.ir5i. f V ' .... a!ld snbjectet to a strict medical
uiiiit'3miiitu ii iiHiiii ik mi in iriiiir t -i
UiMnK tho While lKuwiopmV ! ETlio1' ""'" '"
cure the President's signature to the, ,...,.,., ...,
bill for coiiiiutf tho silver sei.Miiora.N. i TiwMM.Miim.WL.
tions imploring him to veto the bill.
There is ilnni'iir of n lr!U .. ti...
I I'nioti Pacific It.iihvav.
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lr-iilu-f.f ir-ll!,, :...i... i i
......- .... i'.... iti., nun IV n-HF nil- IFI1I. I . ., . . .
J.C. Cramp, of the famous Phila-. ,,f n11 l1?""'1" w,, ,,au, ,akon "l
delphia shipbttildiuir firm, is visiting ! a.ru,B Bi"t the Government, for
San Francisco. I oifjnurs aro not excludoil. As there
uorthwest has been impeded liv deep I T'1," p'Kwl States. Great Hritain
inow. " an,l Itab' have unitedly recommend-
Commodoro William D. Whiting, ?(l lo, 1,raz1il ,t,ial n l"imn course
U. S. X.. retired, is dead iu the 71st . lw ailoiitotl in regard to tho iusur
year of ids nge. ' Bl'ul refugees ou board of tho Portu-
I I'llimi tvnralitna It U nril I.. .....
II.ONK OC TIIK CKXTl-UV.
A comrnitteo iu New Vork is ar-
ranging to have the liberty bell rung
; ?' l5utVlu,a'm ? iCh"!,,l"ns Kv-V
: .V::, .'Yia i" " "V ?"''
i 111 U'irn wttti nil tinrta it l.i -M
nml half nn hour before tl o ringing
of tho bell all teleuraohic busiuess
l to bp suspended. Every congnv
j S"1"!" m Ohristuudoni is to meet in
Jtsiuaeoof worship, and when tho
)(if is ruu,, u, mKe, "Peaco on
earth." will be flnsliod over the
world at tho sauiu inomuut.
' rhe"KeutuckyHo..ebud." Walter
Edgerton, colored, kuocked out
, Georgo Dixou, the bantam cham
pion, in Philadelphia on the evening
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i "', -narcu mi in a unking match,
,xu" wn iuiirely kuocked out.
! Edgerton had been iu secret training
I '"" three weeks, and Dixou did not
i expect the blow that kuocked him
j "t Ho has challenged the "Hose-
I Olid fur MI Iknl li klitii
I t hampiou oarsman Gaudaur an
I "" '; bo "'ill row Harding, the
I E;Kbth champion, three miles for
S-i-Mi a side, the chauiplonship dial-
; nmgoeup and the championship of
' ''"' world, the race to bo nt Austin.
, - '" Mny, or Pullman, III., iu
tiii: m-imii cl.usk.
j A Washington despatch of March
iw says uio sugar ameiidmoiit to.
! given out that night, from tho Demo.
'...! i "t'.i . r ..-;
, on all sugars up to SI) degrees by
Miian-cope ai I ceni oer noil
From 8(1 to '.HI decrees 1-liMinf n i.,.ni
additional is added for each degree,
ami from '.Kl to US degrees 2 1(N) of a
, ''"I is added. Un all Migars nboif
, 'TT "!, J."'!;, Xo' M D,,lu,i'
, 'twj'dnrd, i of a cent pur pound is
:i(ded, making them dutiable al
IM cents tier pound,
tfcualor Brice is or opinion the
""""" would end iu all sugar
. illllf lliliili. Tr....
fceintors Hill, Murphy, Smith.
Gorman, White of California, t'af
fery. Hlauchard and Bruce are ac-I'u-ed
of conspiring with the sugar
trust to defeat the W'iNon hill.
A bill is to be introduced to pie--erve
the sugar bounlv and put 1
i)ircenl duty ou reliued sugar.
IX MDIV Ot TIIA3ll'..
A u "army of peace," headed hi
General C'oxey, is marching to
WashiiiKton to demand tho ia4aisf
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of IiiIIm presented b Senator Pell'er,
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tho Populist leador.
A detachment of uuoiuplovcd from
Los Augeles, gathering on the way,
reached 151 Paso March 21. General
Fry iu command of it was arrested
and put in jail for vauranci. A
proclamation from thu .Mayor of I5I
tvwu said the so-callud industrial
r,1M "'"iib-riiig MM to Kl.K) men,
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uiiu, .in i ii. j u, linn mo .uayor
nuriieu i ue people io prepare llieiu-
solves for the protection of
properly and tlioir families
Washington i.eonle were nt lirM
auiuseo ai ino accounts oi Coxeys
army, but now- regaid neriously the
prospect of a horde of unemployed
people from all oer the country
gathering iu front of the Capitol.
A. Ii. Bedstone, an advance agent of
the army, expects ll)0,(KK) men to ar-
rive at VVahinglon by May 1.
Delect ivw. will accompanv
IIAIIV tint .
coniiiigeni irom umcago, wiucli is '
lihely to haio many crooks in ii
Spokane, Wash., will deliver itself
of loot) men to join thu army.
William A. Herrick. assislanl '
....... . r . t . . . I
ea-hior of the San Francisco Savincs
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",1(v1, Ya '"j:". i,oaa w l,lH i,(,st' nt '
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L J',01-"iV- ' r,lIli,Jf' ""."""B. Mnrt-b
-' ''' 'Hi"'"' I'rudenck, formerly
connected with the Kvaus and
f "tK K;ng. W.S. Melvin, a book-
Keeper, iireu iwo 1,1101s nt llio rc
, treating murilerer. After a hot
, chase through the streets the mur-
dorer wa-. captured under a shnutv
i at the Mission, where he had erawf- I
ed in an exhausted stato from
wound". A piece of glass had put '
out ouo oye, and he had a bruise I
from a glancing bullet over tho '
heart. Fredericks called himself
William Frederick IJoiiiiemont, but
admitted he .va- the man known as
, William Fredericks. H is the cri
minal who smuggled weapons to ;
John Srutag in pns n, and who
shot Sherill" I'nscoe and a brakeinau
about a year ago. According to his
statement it was a -lint fron the
murdered cashier that hit him iu
i Hie eye. His object was pluudui
ue inreaieneii uie cannier with
holtloof alcoluil, pretending it was
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uilro-glycerine.if he would uot show
him into the vault. When he had
! got what hu wanted there he was
rmlin. In I. ml tin. ...,.l.!..- 1., 111..
Jl,nil-fallul, tuiouuh thn I'nihier's
reply to hit doinaiid with u rovolvur
linn- iiu'iiiuriB oi ino nciiam i'. Mmhi iur iiiai piaco on me i;ieo
nance Comiiiittee, places the did j patra on the nth bust. Lieutenant-
Tho pohooniT Niuroaliiti, which
was stolon bj tho Hodri'i'.uz
brothers, who uiurdtmd tho urow
and tlion turned )irato, has boon
rottirnod to hir ownors at Tahiti bj
tho French Govoruinotit. She had
been takon to France with tho
pirates when captured, and tho
pirates wore tried there and execu
ted. Surillpox has broken out among
77 Chinese in the Canadian Pacific
bonded warehouse, iu tho heart of
the city of Victoria, 11. C. Tho Chi
nese had all como over by tho last
iteamer, and six carloads of them
went East on the arrival of the
Meanier. All tho cabin iasoiuror
i uiu iianoiro oospatcii oi .March
'It says Preidout Peixolo hn re
vived imperial decrees, authorizing
the execution without formal trial
nr' n tini many state pt Motion in
custody, the possibilities aro troni-
iV.n., ..f .I...1 -' ' ' ""'Wlrl'"..'?.
iwn ui iiii.ii leL-uiiiiiiuiiuaiiou, ino
iustirgouts have committed no crimo
against tho common law
! Admiral Mollo has boon chosen
. Uliiof or tho .Provisional Govern
inent of Brazil, which still shows
fight in tho south against Peixoto's
uovernment. General Hippolite, in
command of tho Government forces,
, hurrying to Santa Maria with a
force of 2000 men
,T"K W fSfTBt.
The latest from Bluelields. .Vicar.
gua. is that tho British aro iu prac-
ticat control of tho entire rusorvn
tion. There now soems to bo no at
tempt whatever to bring about a
peaceful goveruuieut. Tho com-
niniwlii .if I In. tliltdl. M...toul.!.. rl
......- v tun jiinrii iiiiauiii tliiiii
patra has nsumcd control of tho
. government to certain extent, and
this is about all tho government
, there is in the cil v.
i Tim limit.,..!.;,. mul.. i...i ..:.... i
, and would likely remain," the Cleo-1
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A letter from Capt. K. T. Hyder
' formerly a residont of Pro'vincotowii'
Mass., now a resident of Hlunfiold
1 savs that if it had not beon for the
comiuir of the flliu.nnirn nil n...
American and fnr.iiirn r.M.uii.
! would havo been killeiC
' Captain Hyder continues: "After
.the formation of the Provisional
Government the commander of tho
uieopatra compelled the Spanish
I troops to rotire lo Grey town. They
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Colonel Maun of theihipam
ly-flve marines were left to prevent
nimicr irouiue. .iier I lie essel j
sailed it was found some of tho
Spanish soldier- were still in town.
unit night a rightful not com
menced between tho .Spanish sol
diers and the untiles. The streets
were tilled with arnu'd men, and tho
greatest excitement prevailed. Two
soldiers and one native were killed
and several seriously wounded. Tho
foreign residents sent for Colonel
Maim, encamped a short distance
down the river, lie came to our re
lief, ami has since remained iu
charge of the town.
Tho Cleopatra returned ou tlielith
and increased the number ou shore
to 125. Yesterday, March .l, -UK)
rifles and :i.'i,UO0 rounds of ammuni
tion were found iu the brush near
town, ami today 1 1,(KH) more cart
ridges wore discovered, having beon
concealed by the Spanish soldiers.
It is bolieved they intended lo re
turn when the warship went away
and sack thu town. The Americans
asked tho commander of the Cleo
patra to stay here and protect them,
and he promised to stay until reliev
ed by another ship. If it had not
been for our British cousins God
only knows what would have been
the fate of us Americans. All busi
ness is at a standstill, and no one i
Knows wnai au uour may brink'
The President ou March Ii) trans
milted to Congress tho answer of
Secretary uieshaui to tho resolution
I cr i . t t ..
""'d in u.o fteuaio uy .Morgan of
By Lowis J. Lovoy.
TO-MOKKO"W, April II,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M.,
-A.T tO.'Hr SALESROOM
I Hill. M.I I. ir fl lll.li' AI'ITKI.N
nl i. . n . . .
neces mm aDU mo Japanese 5IIKS
Tm i.'loi(i' roul);uiiifiil.
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M.,
I uill i'll at I'iiMic Aiiclinii, in inv Siilt'M
rnniiin, tat .iiveiilit of wlioin It
M In tliuiiiiiml
r. ii. ii.
Nil. tfll 1 1'mio CdiiliilnliiK
54 D z. Sua Hats and Bounots
iMnmunl on viiynis" f liiinertstioti dom
I I ....H......I ..I.. U...I...... t k.' 11' .... I I 1 I
us b h. ".VniHii" friini .syiln. y, Aiiril Itl.
i.i " imii , mi ny i,iiuT, i o i ,illli IIIIKU'll
Torms Cash In U. B. QoM Cola.
lion of Bluofiolds. Tho lottor from
Secretary Grosham states that a now
(rclarat!0.n '"w o' rccoivod from
tho British Government sayiuR that
nothing Iiko a nrotectorato over
Bluofiolds is intended br that Gov
Tt is said that tho (jueon and
J'rinco of Walos havo given their
consent to tho marriago of Lord
Hosobory with Princess Maud of
Louis Kossuth, tho Hungarian
patriot, died March 2(, aged about
Hinting has takou place at Buda
Pesth, led by students who smashed
jvindnws in houses not decoratod iu
honor of tho dead patriot, Louis
Tho Popo has issued an oncrclical
to tho Bishops of Poland. Kussia,
Austria and Prussia, exhorting thorn
to avoid auy spirit of hostility to
tho civil authority.
Tho Paris Sanitary Couforonco is
taking precautious against cholera
from tho East.
Hood's and Only Hood's.
Hood's Sarsaparilla is carefully
prepared from Sarsaparilla, Dande
lion, Maudrako, Dock, Pipsissowa.
Juniper berries and othor wolf
known romedios, by a peculiar com
bjnatlnn, proportion and process,
giving to Hood's Sarsaparilla cura
tive powers not possossod by othor
medicinos. It effects remarkable
euros whou other preparations fail.
Hood's Pills euro biliousness.
Secured His Sorvlcos.
. In 'P"
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Mr. V. G. Potter, eraj'oti and wa-
or artist, who lias been ru
in islands for his health, has
an onuaircninnl with Mr. J. J.
Williams. Mr. Potter's work while
iu San Francisco was second to
none. Samples will bo on exhibition
at our studio, 102 Fort street.
By Jas. F. Morgan.
Fortunes at Pearl Harbor
On TCKSIMY, April 17,
AT Vi O'lll.OOK NOON,
AT M"ST SALB!9R,OOM
i mi i.i. km. t M'm.ic rrriH
Lots 3 & 4 in Block 35
At tho Fonintula, Poarl Harbor.
, IW" Those no tfrnnlioro lita laeliitt thf
Ni-v Unltt-tt Ht'tot. (liivcriiiiiviii CdmIIiir
l'or furtlior iirtlonlnra npply In
Household -:- Furniture
On WEDNESDAY, April IS
AT IU O'CLOCK A. M
At tlm llclileiiciif A.J. I'AltTWIlHJIlT,
Ki., I'ornor of KiTitiimokii ami l,u-
lialiln utrifl-, 1 will sell at
Entire : Houaohold : Furniture.
Crockery & Glassware,
Carriages, Etc., Etc.
Particulars Id Future Advertisement.
TO IIK IIKI.II AT TIIK
Beretania Street Armory
Friday Evening and Saturday Afternoon
and Evening, April 13th & 14lti.
Tin NatloiH iu bo represented urc.
Hawaii, Amonca, Oruat Brituiu,
Oormnny, Portugal, Franco,
Swodon and Norway,
Mexico und Bjiam,
Japnu and India.
J'HUK UK ADMIKSIOXi
Saturday Alternoon, .' 25 Cents.
ON TDK TWO KVKNINdh:
Cnlldreo under fifteen, 29 Cents,
Door open 7:30. Grand March at 8.
Hnlnr.l..if iiftpriifilill llui llilf riup ivlll
I ttit Irom V to ft o'oIouW f. u. lWi-61
TUB FEAST OF NATIONS
I Hinjln Harflware Gfl L'll I
"ttnaiiU't UUlUniUU UM Al U
' Saturday, April 7, lS0Ih
! flfrl vnn r.rr nminn Um o !
ant combines business with '
pleasure when out on a pro
menade, how he will investi
gate when he runs up against
a bread crumb and then go
bacK and tell a large circle o
acquaintances who soon be- i
come a nuisance. It is to ob-
viate this that we sell the new
fanglcd Bread and Cake i
Knives. You may cut warm
or cold bread, or cake with
icing on it and not make a
crumb. The set of three 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 j
us that all of the treaties under
the McKinley bill arc repealed
under the new Tariff bill. This
is going to bring anguish to ;
the breasts of some people, !
but Hawaii is all right. Mc-'
Kinley did not give us a tre.'.ty
but he wrestled hard to tfiv
us "Uallyhooly." So fa- as j
treaty relations with the U.iited j
States are concerned the sun
seems to be shininir or. the '
sugar industry of Hawaii; and
so long as the sun shines to
the extent of a omu and a
quarter on sugar every one
will oe prosperous and happy.
, nity when its quality is com-
. pared witn other clecurated
j china. V have sold this
crocKtiry ever .since wo nave
bcun in business and it is now
the favorito waro.ln.'ro. Our
method of sdlinn; it makes il
popular be.cui.si: w do not in
sist upon people bu inir a full
set. We sell, for in.st.tnce, a
half dozen ctip.s and saucers as j
a startt r. If the buyer's friends
comment on their' beauty and I
quality it is quite likely the
i iauy oi tne House will want ;
some plates to add to it. Willi j
i each piece there will be a gmw
inp; desire ior 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 cm 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, 'lite first
invoice of these ranges th.it we
received were made of mate- J
rial just one half the thickness
of the present lot and they cost
us more money. While those !
we now offer you are superior I
in every respect, we sell them !
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 si. I his means that
you will save the extra cost of'
a steel ranue in a verv short
For people who want a
: cheaper article we have several
makes ot iron stoves which we I
can recommend. We make a
leader of the "Pansy" at $15. ,
because we believe it to be the i
best. These iron stoves burn
coal or wooil and are wonder 1
fully good bakers.
The dry season is coming '
on and the "ajuh 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 anil the vegetable
grower lare sums of money
by accepting our advice and
erecting Aennotor.s. 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
for stock or irrigation purposes
unless larye quantities of water
are required The Aennotor
has many advantages over
wooden mills, and one of them
is the fact that no mat ( r how
violent the storm the mill will
closw up automatically.
PRICES REDUCED k PERCENT
S3!- FOR FOXm WEEKS Tjgj
EngrlislrWsirdi-obos, Plato Glass l?ont;
Mnrblctop Wash Si amis;
Marblotop Dressing Tnltas,
Scotch Chests of Drawers,
Dining J hill and Parlor Chairs,
Katbin Suites, Pictures, Mtc.
Royal Worcester Vases,
Royal Worcester Tea Sets,
Dinner Sols, Tea Sets,
V8oh, Tumblers, Glasses,
i Iron Bedsteads, Matting,
' Etc, Eto, Hito.
THEO. H. DA VIES & CO.
The Drug Business heretofore carried by llol
lisler it Co. has been incorporated under tho
name of the ....
Hollister Drug Co., L'd.
Having the largest und most complete stock in
our line, wo are prepared to offyr our customer
the best goods at the lowest prices.
HOLLISTER DRUG CO.,
fiSP? TPOvt 34yrarrt.
National Cane Shredder
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( UiDMi hiiiicnniiiiH imil are now iri'i.ucil to n-coivo nnlcrii.
in- j;ru;ii iiiiviiiiiukI'H 10 DO llt'MVi'd
Tliu lurKu iltur of I'l.iiiitTh iiHinK llii'iu in lint Uniii-il fitntfn, Onli.i,
ArttiMitiiui Ui.ul)lit'. t'oru, Aiiritrali.i nii.l uUfwiiuro, l.o.ir wilnuHs to tliti
n novo cliiiin.
Tin-iiro of thu .SiiiiconHK vi-ry liii'noly uiiKiiU'ritf thu miimtily of i-iino
tin- null (.-.in Kiiml (2.) to f.0,0. uU. ti o cxir.iciiou of juii-o (f to Vi).
It in a Kii-ui ufignunl, iimIoiik known ut onio thn pn-eoiu-.i of miv
pii'i-i-h of iron, Inkor from far, or nnytliiiiK wlih-li ivmilil In- lmlilo to iI.iiiiiikii
lliu mill, anil allowing uinpli tiuu- to n-iimvu miiiu- liuforu iluuiuciiiK tin.- mill.
J liu iiiiiiKiuiMi Is i-ry ntion:l.v iimili', ami from tho inanm-r of iu npi-rn-lion
it unu or loan- IIm-mi pu-.-i.-,. oi wooil oi iron without often lin-akini; tho
hiiKKiiiiKii; ami if anyihinii Im-aU, il iinlply Muncof llio kuivcr. or oiilli-is
wliu-li ran Im ipuoUly ami itonomii-ally niilaod. Tho Suukiiiikii, lib itn
: v """ '" "i "" n'1' am' inio niin-iin oi vai viii longiliN, pi-ifoiily hi
nil! Il imil iillowiiifj tin- mill lo thoroughly juc out tho jiiii'.-s wilhonl
Iiiiiiik; tin- in, nu-ii-L- t-.tr.i pnivir miliary to piml or crin-li tin- ul
.inv ,11,111 nun, n-iilp nil' t'llOO OUO nliri
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nam-. 1 In-Mii.iauihii riin-.iiU iluxiooililiil ..n.. n.,.r ,i, i i
mill mil-, alio llnni awuv With tin-
xtui-ui Un- mil), nhi-ro ivpin.lmn i in iir-o. No uroalir amniinl of
iioih-r M..u-tiy i iiiiiiiiil to opriati-
Milln-ii'iil for thi' mil), iur tiii. ,u,w n
iliiiivuig- for tin- iiii-iallati.ii oi oni .SuiiKiinnith, oniihlint! miv i-oiiuhjIdiiI on
Klin oi lo hllii-i-ncully lilt-tali ami e-t.ot ihoni.
In onli-iiiij! Siiiihiiiihiih fio.n n, pcn,i- hi-nil ninall ekiti-h, Hhowiii! tin
ilianuii'i ami unlih i tla- mill i.-lU vwili whuh Siiijkudki ih tolioi-oniifi-nil,
alM. Iho .ah (oilhn nK,t oi 1. It haiitl ,i yon fat-i't' oi'llloiy H.l.-of th
null), iifon wlm-h tin- mill oiijiim- I-. lnc.iti-il, alni thn hoiijhl fiom lloor linu
loii-iiui of iioiu mill mil riiuft, unil tlintaiioi- ui-ntur tin- hhaft lo fiont oml
'Vi ' . hU tSl"";l""-"h "i- nw '"inn "Mil ly tin1 IlilnStn-itr Co.
ami 1 1 .in i .Mill. Kolml.i, whuro ih y an Kivin km-iiI Mtii-farlion.
CJJT 1'n.i- imil fiuihii piiiiii-iil.ii-s may ho hail ) applyinu I"
WM. G. IRWIN Sc CO., L'd.,
tUJ " &U -ItftnfiW th, uuiifiii Wa.i.
Honolulu, H. 7.
from Ilic IIm of tin) NATIONAL CaNK
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