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WHAT'S IN TO-DAY'S PAPER.
Power from Town ltefnje.
No Answer from Washington Kdttnrial
latest Foreign News (per 3. S. riilna).
From Senator White,
Vegetables from Hawaii.
Picnic at Mnnoa.
Impromptu Koot Knee. "
Three Hundred Year Old.
Ixjcnl and Qencral Item.
Close of the Ketlv.il.
Monte Cristo To-morrow livening.
Departure of U. 8. 8. Adams.
olon In the Pot.
:.A Child Drowned.
Urother (Inrdncr on Health. """ "T.
"We Won t (to Home Till Morning." '
ulu gnUjj gnlUtin.
Pledged to neither Sect nor Party,
Hut Kutahtinhed for the Benefit of Ml.
MONDAY, APKIL 10. 1891.
NO ANSWER FROM WASHING
TON. Minister Willis informed a Bulle
tin reporter this afternoon that ho
had received no answer by the China's
mail to his request of the Secretary
of State for nilvico as to tho oath of
allegiance to tho Provisional Gov
ernment. He hail asked if the.tak-!
ing of that oath by a United States '
citieu would nullify his rights an '
nueh citizen. Now an answer cannot
lw received before Saturday, tho day
the registration clones.
Tho Minister and Hit Brldo to Oo
to Honolulu this Month.
St. .Iosei'H (Mich ), April .- At
high noon to-day, in the old Potter
homestead, in which tho bride was
born twenty-two years ago, Lorriu
A. Thurston, Hawaiian Minister to
the United States, was wedded to
Mis Harriet l'otter, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. F. A Potter.
The ceremony was performed by
itev. Hardin W.Davis of the Con
gregational Church in the presence
of immediate relatives of the two
families and a few intimate friend.
The bride wore white satin with
white silk lace and carried a loutiiit
of white rosea. Sho was attended
by Miss Margaret Ktugsland of thin
city, whose costume was of hello
trope satin with white silk trim
mings and who carried a bouquet of
cream roses. William Heartt was
groomsman. Meudelrsohu'it wed
diug march was played by Mrs.
Krummauu of Sioux City, la., a
siter of tho bride.
After the ceremony and congra
tulations a Hiimptuotis wedding din
nor was served to the company.
Thoro were a number of rare ami
costly gifts from friends present and
abroad. Among the guests were
Mrs. S. A. Thurston of Honolulu,
mother of Minister Thurston; Mas
ter Koberl Thurston, tho iix- vear-old
sou of Thurston; Mi'mos l!lla and
llosiua Mooro and Mr. and Mr?. F.
I,. Hill of Chicago, li. C. Potior and
Mm. Samuel Krummauu of Sioux
City, Hev. and Mrs. Hardin W. Davis,
Mr. and Mrs. 12. L. Kinglaud, Mr.
and Mrs. A. li. Moro, Miss Hartrau.
and Mies Edna Koovcsof St. Joseph
At r:!J." o'clock tho bridal part
left on the Chicago autl WesOlichi
gan Kail way for Chicago, from which
place .Mr. lliurston ami bride left at
I l:.'K) o'clock to-night by the JVjiii
fcylvauia Itailroad for Washington.
After a stay of only a day at the
capital, during which Mr. Thurston
will close up some important Gov
ernment business, they will leave for
Sau Francisco. They will sail April
lltli on tho steamer Australia ami
arrive in Honolulu about April 21st,
where the happy bride will be in
stalled as mistress of one of the
most elegant homes on the island
Tho longth of Mr. Thurston's staj.
in Honolulu at presout depends up
on tho courso Hawaiian alfairs mtij.
take. Ho may remain .several
months or ho may roturn to Wash
ington at au early date.
Picnic at Manoa.
A party consisting of ten lndiee
and twelve gentlemen, including Mr.
and Mrs N. P. Jacobson, Mr. and
Mrs. W. McAllister, Mr. and Mrs. J
W. McDonald and Mrs. Petrie left
on a picniukiug party to Wniukekun
Falls, Manoa, at 8:15 o'clock yoeter
day morning, Two of Smith's husbu
convoyed tho guy throng. The pic
nickers arrived at ' 10 o clook, and.
after enjoying a henrty lunch, with
appetites sharpened hi tho refresh
ing atmosphere, the picturesque val
ley was explored. At 1 p. m. the
party left for town, bidding farcnvol)
to tho falls by siugiug, "nj down
upou tho Swaueo ribbon"
Impromptu Foot Rncn.
There was a hundred yards foot
race on the city front uear the Inter-Inland
S. N. Co.'s wharf this
morning botweon "Admiral" Patrick
Hughes aud Chief Ollicor Gregory
of tho steamer Iwulaui. ''Major
McLean acted as starter and time
keeper. The race was for a purse
aud the steamboat championship.
After a brilliant dash Hughes wou
by several yards, time twelve seconds.
It is understood Willie White will
challenge tho win nor.
Vuu'otablen trom Hawaii.
Tho Australia on her last voyage
from Honolulu brought up some
early tomatoes, cucumbers, string
bcuus, egg plant and grapes, most
of which were disposed of on the
day of their arrival, -S. F. Hulletin.
Tho S. S. cTinTwill Feavo for
Yokohama aud Hongkong at (i
o'clock this evening, mail closing uu
LATE FOREIGN NEWS.
San Franciico, April 1(1.
Per 3. S. China.
Senator David Hill attacked tho
Administration for its foreign aud
lariir policie, in tho Senate before
crowded galleries yestordav. Sena
tor Wise was the only Democrat
who congratulated him on the elTort.
Argument has begun in the breach
of promise suit of Miss Pollard
against Congressman Iireckiuridge.
Attorney Carlisle scored the defend
ant in very scathing but coolly
Theodore P. Haughev, ex-presi-deut
of tho Indianapolis National
bank, has surprised tho public by
pleading guilty to wrecking tho
bank and embezzling nearly half a
million dollars. He is Cm years of
age and for 40 years has boon tho
most trusted citizen.
Dr. John Howe Jeuks, professor of
physiology and modern languages
at Washington University, St. Loui,
died Monday of blood-poisoning
from a cut "received in the hand
while dissecting a corpse.
The Kock Islnnd train was held
up In Oklahoma and the oxprcs car
blown open with dynamite. Mes
senger Harmon killed one robber
aud wounded another. Four or five
others took to saddle aud escaped.
A now commission of forty men
will leave San Francisco on the 21st
hist., to complete the survey of the
boundary between Alaska aud British
Tho cruiser Mouterev has left
Mare Island for San Diego, to be
absent two months.
Freight rates are cut, making thorn
equal from Now York aud Chicago
I'd ward ltarron's two sons have
opened a legal battle with his widow
for a larger share of the two millions
ho left. The widow is the third Mr.
A panic in Humboldt school, Chi
cago, caused by the bursting of a
steam iiinc, resulted in the death of
me child and fatal injuries to three
children, beide seriously hurting
1 1 others.
Nino lirenieti were killed by the
falling in of the roof of the David
son '1 heat re in Milwaukee, the in
terior of which was deM roved on
the '.till iust.
A jury in the San Francisco Police
Court has decided that the dances
in the Turkish village at the Mid
winter Fair are not immoral within
the meaning of the law.
0. Frank Smith, lawyer, of San
Francisco i dead.
Hev. .1. I). Kddy, a Congro ationul
preacher at Oakland, has resigned
his charge to join the Episcopal
The revenue cutter U. S. Grant
has arrived at Sau Francisco from
Now York. She will probably go
on duty at the Golden Gate.
In the second trial of Heath at
Fresno for the murder of McWhirter.
a Sau Francisco lawyer, the jury has
been locked up for another night,
standingeleveii for convict ion. There
is little hope of the twelfth man
It is expected that the Hawaiian
question will be thrashed over again
in discussion of the diplomatic and
consular appropriation bill.
1 lit: TIIAJII' WIMV.
California's detachment of the
Industrial army has been stalled at
Ogdeii, Utah Territory, by au in
junction on the .Southern Pacific
Jtnilwny Company, prohibiting the
lauding of any of tho men in
Utah, aud ordering them to bo re
turned to California. Chief Justice
Merritt and Associate Justice Miner
refused to entertain a motion to stay
proceedings on appeal. The men
came in 27 box cars.
A citizens' committee ordered the
ludiM rials out of Keuo, Nevada.
At S-attle, Wash., a meeting of
unemployed filled two halls and
crowded the street half a block.
Tho object was stated to bo tho re
lief of tho unemployed, but with no
intention of inarching to the nation
Them is trouble in tho camp at
Unioiitown, Pa., over the expulsion
by court martial of au astrologer
and a colored llag-bearer. One of
tho ollieers objected to "dime mu
seum freaks" in the army. The as
trologer says he will start a new
A meeting was held at Oakland,
Cal., by tho Constitutional Legue of
Freedom, which sent a telegram to
General Kelly, assuring his com
mand of tho sympathy of a thou
sand of their stiUoriiigWutlirnu.
An imperial decree has been ii-sued
ordering tho closing of the law
school at Constantinople. Its prin
cipal had been u commissioner to
tho World's Fair, and whou lie re
turned homo his lectures in the law
school became too liberal for the
A hill is before Parliament to pro
vide for enforcing the Helinng Sea
award of the Paris arbitration,
Cholera is sprea ling at Constanti
nople at an alarming rate. The
Urituh counselor of state and his
servant wore seized and died in a
fow hours. The Greek legation has
been removed novon miles out of the I
bir William Vernon Harcourt, !
Liberal leader in the Iloime of Com
mons, wa-. siistainou by a strict pari
vote 21!) to 2211 -in claiming the
morning sessions of Tuesdays and '
FridayH for Government iroi.-.'ure.
King Humbert, interviewed at
Koine by a Paris Figaro conesjou
dent, spoke in kindly term-, of
France, and declared that Italy's ia
cilic views were shared bj the i'ui
nerors of Germany ami Aiistiiaaud '
Lord Kosobory, the British Pre
inier, has announced the intention
of Groat llntaiu to hold Uganda in
Central Africa and five a a strong
local govern mout.
The Ontario Legislature's private
I bills committee have reported favor
1 ably a franchise to the Huroutario
I Ship Canal Compauv It is incor
porated at $t'r,W0,000, with some
Atuericau capitalists interested, to
dig a canal that will shorten the dis
tance between t he West aud Liver
pool by 800 miles.
It is believed at the .Navy Depart
ment, Washington, that the cruiser
Sau ! ranciseo i at Ulueuelds. Cap
tain Watts will simply ascertain the
facts as they exist and report thein
j to asiiington, and auvio the .Mc.v
. raguans and Mo-(piitoes (o j-eltlo
1 their own dillieulties without inter
ference, unless the lives ami proper
i ty of Americans are in danger.
I The S. S. Arawa arrived at Victoria
on the ltd, eight (lavs from Hono-
There is a sharp dispute at Van-
I couver over tho recent case of small
pox imported from China. The City
j Council blame. the Health Board,
audtlio latter blames the Canadian
Pacific people, while the latter do-
I tnand that tho city pay for tho keep
of 7('i suspects detained in their
I bonded warehouse.
j FROM SENATOR WHITE.
He Gives His Opinion on the Ha
, waiian Situation.
The following letter was received
by the S. S. China from Senator
White of California, and has been
kindly furnished to the Ucllbtin by
tho gentleman to whom It is ad
dressed: "A. D. McKvov. Eq., Honolulu.
"Itntr Sir -Your note of March 8
asking me what action Congross has
taken on the Hawaiian question, or
l what I think will bo done, received.
I The House of Kepresontatlves has
resolved against annexation and
I against any interference with tho
' present Provisional Government.
A similar res lution Is pending in
the Senate and 1 do uol think that
there is any doubt that the entire
airair will be loft to the people of
tho Islands to solve according to
their wishes. Personally 1 do not
consider that the present Govern
ment is in a position to donate tho
, country to the United States or to
any other power, but I cordially ap
prove of that feature of the resolu
tion now ponding In the Senate
which declares that any interfer
ence upou tho part of any other na
tion will be regarded as au act un
friendly to the United States.
'Yours verv I nil
x M. W
Thoe who never read theadver
I tisements in their newspapers miss
1 mure than they presume. Jonathan
I Keiiisou, of Bolnu, Worth Co., Iowa,
who had been troubled with rheuma
tism in hij back, arms and shoulders
read au item in his paper about how
a prominent German citizen of Ft.
Madison had been cured. He pro
cured the same medicine, and to iipo
his own word: "It cured mo right
up." He also says: "A neighbor
i and his wife were both nick in bed
with rheumatism. Their boy was
over to my hou.,o aud said they were
so bad he had to do the cooking. I
1 told him of Chamberlain's Pain
; Balm and how it had cured me, he
, got a bottle and it cured them up in
! a week. M) cent bottles for snlo by
all dealers. Benson, Smith & Co.,
, Agents for the Hawaiian Islands.
nn ui mm liuiou
- - OMMKM'INii
TUESDAY, APRIL 17th.
ONK OF AMKIMCA'S BUST. '
In Air. Dunne.' Itumuiitln 1'lay
Thursday Evening, April 19th:
"Wife for Wife."
Saturday Evening, April 21st:
3 Distinct Styles of Plays 3
IW NO IM.WH ItKl'KvTKl) -
50c. 7Go & $1.
Ailvitnru .jiilfHt I., J. l.vit'Hntort
In tho Circuit Court of the Fimt Cir
cuit, Hawuilun Islands.
N I UK MAlTKIt or Till: KbTATT.
-L of .Miirlti o'Siillivnn, linn of Honolulu,
(Mini ii-i'ciimi1 i(itnin. On ri'inllui; iiml
llliiiK tln ju-titiiiii of Alirnliiini Fcrimncliu
of mill Honolulu, tixu-utor of lliu will of
ul'l u-xtii ii, ,rti. Iiik 'or uu orilvrof nulf of
r i-:i I iM Hi' liiilniiniiit; to miIiI dfiM'iiM'il, niul
alii i;Iiil' that (In- ri'.'ii i-t He of Mild tutntrix
In u follows; 1'iiiicl of liuul, hulls mill
olhui Iniiiiovoiiii'iits, liti! tint faiiiil)
hoiiiuoli.nt ,it Kitllhl. Hinla jiieiu of land ui
Kahiil.il..i near Oahu I'ri-o.i, hotliof uhli h
mini hiinN uu- ltiuiti In Honolulu, Uhuul
of O.ih , iiml Milling forth i:urtulu hpil
rua-iiii-rtli) kiii'Ii ie ili'Matu should hunolil,
In nil: iMillhiii-miy of tlm RTMinaltv to
nMiiiKuiih I hi' iihl of Mill c-tatu. 'it U
htiri-l nriliTi'il, that Ihti hnir of wiul ih-'i-uTil
niul ml ihti in- ImIitiMimI In the
-alii hm.iU', ii"'ur bufnrit tliN I'ouii on
.MONDAY, tli nth ihiy of .Mity, A. 1).
I.H. at loo'i-loi'k i ,mi thcCoiiri llouin
ot ihl l nun, in lloiiohilu, Oahu, then
mid iIiitii to ho i'iiiim' why uu order
lioild uol In. umutt'il for dm ault- of xiich
rut i .lain.
Dated Honolulu, il. I , April I'I. Ifll.
(ti:o. I.UO.Vb, Clurk.
II) ihuCotirtl !007-l:il
THREE HUNDRED YEARS OLD.
What Old Egyptian Documents Re
I veal About Printing and Love
According to a correspondent of
tho London Daily Chrouiclo an ox
( hibition of exceeding interest has
j just been oponed at the Vienna Mil
, Bourn. This consists of a collection
i of upwards of H,tKH) Egyptian
papyrus documents, which were dis
covered at El Favutn, and purchased
. by tho Austriau Archduke Kaitier
several years ago. Tho collection is
unique, and tho documents, which
1 tiro writlon in elevoudilTernut langti
1 ages, have all been deciphered aud
arranged scientifically. They cover
I n period of 2,r00 years and "furuish
, romarkablo ovidetico as to tho cul
ture and public and private life of
tho ancient Egyptians and other na
tions. Thoy aro also said to contain
, evidenco that printing from typo
was ktiown to tho Egyptians as far
back as tho tenth century B. C.
Other documonts show that a flour
ishing trado In the manufacture of
' papor from linou rags existed six
eenturios before tho process was
known in Europe. Another Interest
ing featuro in the collection is a
number of commercial letters, con
tracts, tax-records, wills, novels,
tailors' bills, aud even love lettors,
dntitig from 1200 B. C.
I recommend Chamberlain's Pain
Balm for rhoumatism, lamo back,
sprains and swellings. There Is no
better liniment made. I have sold
over 100 bottles of it this year and
all were pleased who used it. J. F.
Pierson, druggist. South Chicago,
111. It Is for sale by all dealers.
Benson, Smith & Co., Agents for the
By Jas. F. Morgan.
Fortunes at Pearl Harbor
On TUESDAY, April 17,
AT I'i O'CI.OUK NOON,
A.T MY SALESROOM
i him sr.ii at rrm.il' awtih
Lots 3 & 4 in Block 35
At tho Pquiusula, Pearl Harbor.
' Tlicrc urn Si..iliijri' I.otx fuelnit the
Nuw t'niti-d MttHk tlovi'rnnii-ni ( uiilltn?
, 19" I'or (urtliur pnttlt'iiliirs upnly In
I Jas, F1. More an,
j leii i;t .U'criuNKKII.
Household -:- Furniture
On WEDNESDAY, April 18
AT ID O'CLOCK A. M.,
At tho KchIiUiiii'm of A. J.CAItTWItKlUT,
Ky., corner nf Kvcnuiiiukii nmt l.u-
liulllo Nln-cto, I will ni'll at
j Tho : Entire : Household : Furniture,
Crockery & Glassware,
Carriages, Etc., Etc.
ParllcuLirs In Future Advertisement.
Jas. Vs. Morgan,
OVER THE OAHU RAILWAY
A ISl'r.ClAl.TltAIN will Imivn lli.Miihlhl
I nt 7:1.') i'. m. KfliirnhiK will nrrlvc
i In Honolulu about lu.li v. ,
75c. -ROUND TRIP-75c.
TOfc- Tirkiiti. will lit on onluut tin l'uiot
liuiiniillatilv huforu llic Icioirt urt- of I lie
I- I'anlnn or ( lulu iliilrliiK to havu u
hMM'iiil Ciir rtiturvrd mil do ohy no if) lux
tho Siiirliilnu(Jut bi'foru TuuMlny ut 'i
r. it. mill the puri. tiu.tliiK of ut It-unt 'M
OKO. I'. DUNISON.
Saturday, April I.',, lS.'Ki.
The papers from the United
States received by the "Man-
! posa" contained more news of
a bloodthirsty character than
i has been read here in a dc-
caoe. rrom an parts ot the
world came accounts of dis
content, uprisings and blood
shed, From California to
Maine regiments of the un
employed are forming and
marching to Washington for
the purpose of placing their
j grievances before Congress.
Never, perhaps, in the history
iof the Great Republic has
j there been such a demand by
labor on capital. Can anyone
see the ultimate result ? The
increased population in the
United States has placed the
bread-winner in excess of the
demand; there are not enough
places to go around. In the
mining districts men have been
thrown out of employment
through national legislation;
in the manufacturing districts
overproduction during the past
year has been the cause of
mills closing down and throw
ing the operatives out of em
ployment. Poverty begets
crime, anarchy and socialism.
The anarchist war cloud that
has hung for years like a pall
over Europe has separated
and a portion of it casts a gtim
shadow over the Western
Hemisphere. The laws of na
ture are more oppressive to
the poor man than the laws of
government, and with the ra
pidly increasing numbers to
the unemployed somethinsj
1 must explode. Public ini
j provements must begin so
that work may be given the
idle and willing workmen or a
1 bloody war must follow, not
i one of supremacy in politics but
a rebellion with the poor on
1 one side and the wealthy on
the other. What a blest place
is Hawaii! an oasis in the
desert of strife. Having few
has not thrown men on the
i streets; being far away from
! the main land it docs not pre
sent the same attraction to the
wanderers who do onlj
enough work to keip body
and soul together, and being
free from that class of society
we are less liable to the iron
ble which usually follows their
arrival in a community. An
other and more probable rea
son for the existence of peace
in Hawaii is the fact that wc
sell goods to meet the condi
tion of the times.
Everyone needs a stove but
the trouble has always been in
the price. It was nut until we
appeared on the scene that the
price of stoves and kitchen
utensils were brought down
within the reach of the man of
small or even moderate means.
The celebrated "I'ansy" stove
costs less money, burns less
fuel and will last longer than
any other stove in the market.
The low price of sugar in
creases the demand for a
strong fence for little money.
The Jones Locked is pre-eminently
the best for people who
have land and who wish a
fence strong enough to keep
in cattle. Eight cents for a
steel stay and five washers is
just half what you will have to
pay for a redwood post. The
stay and washers will outlast a
half dozen posts and your
fence will be stronger and will
never sag. A sample order
will please us and convince
i you as to the correctness ol
( In the matter of Table Cut
I lery we believe we stand in the
' front rank of dealers in this
country. Our aim is, and has
I been always, to secure the best
article procurable. We have
I been successful in this and for
! that reason people who want
: cutlery come here to get it.
; No better steel is made than
i is found in our table knives.
i ne price well that is instgnt
ficant too utterly muuII to
consider as an ohitnde in the
way of ever) one having good
knives at the table. Silver
plated ware, spoons and lurks
are as prominent with us as
any other line we carry, and
we get the best.
Hawaiian Hardware Co., L'd
PRICES REDUCED 25 PERCENT
E3T FOR FOUR WEEKS -3
English Wardrobes, Mute Glass Front;
Marblotop Wash Stands,
Marblotop Dressing Tablos,
Scotch Chests of Drawors,
Dining Hall and Parlor Chairs,
Kalian Suites, Pictures, Etc.
Royal Worcester Vas'S,
Iioyal Worcester Tea Sets,
Dinner Sets, Tea Sets,
Decorated Vases, Tumblers, Glasses,
Olaret Jugs, Lamps, Serpens,
Iron Bedsteads, Matting,
THEO. H. DA VIES & CO.
National Cane Shredder
I'AI'KNTKI) UNtlKIt TIIK l-.VWS OK TIIK HAWAIIAN' ISLANDS.
f.K L . . -! '.r- U.-A . wu S
mm: u.vdkksic.nki) iiavi: iikkn aitointkosolk a(u:nts roit
tlivcu .HiiuiiliHMiK iiml nn now n-mrril In rci't'ivo milt-re.
Tin' jri'iit ulnnt.i(.'i in In- ilcrlwl from tin- iim of tin' National Cask
SmiKDitKii uri tlion-tit;lily i-Htnlilinlii'd ti ml uckiiowlnlnril liy l'lniitum
Tim l.irnu iniiiiliiT of I'l.inh'tn Ufi'i tliciii in tliu Uniiul Stuli's, Culm,
Xrnfiitiiii- Hi'piililio. IWu, Aiislniliu nil. I I'Ni'wIiurn, ln'.ir witui'M to lliu
Tin' ui i tf tlii SiiiiciiDcii vir) l.irai'ly iiiiiin;nts thu niuintity of ciiiu
the null imii yriuil CJ. to .r)0.), uUo tl o cxtriii'iuni of juiiv (;i to 12).
It f ii Kirn! cafiiiiiiil, iniikiiii; known ut unco the iici-ciu'c of uuy
pIcci'K of iron, r-tuki'K from mix, or anylliiiiK ulii"h uonlil lii'liutili) to iIhiiiiiki'
1 1 10 mill, .mil iillowing iinipli linn to iriiii-w i-iiiiii- hcfnri' ilntn.iiiiK tlm mill.
Tim SiiiiKiiiiKK i very "troin:ly in. tile, .mil from ilu in inni'i-of itH opiTU
lion it cntH or (ciiin tlii'M- pIci'VA of wo m1 or iron without oftn iiri'iikuij; the
Siiiikdiikii; niul if miyiliiiiK hn-iik, il if Miiiply Mini'of tin- knivon or cutlurf,
wlilcli cnii liu iiiifk!y iiml ccoiioinii'iilly rciilnci-d. 'I'la Simikiidkh, in lU
iiniiii' iiiilic.il4, luurn tlic cmic into rhrciU of vurvinit li'ii;tli, pcifcctly op'n'
inK il iiml allowinu lln mill li. Ilinron-lily prcs out the juices without re
(piirinj; tlif iiiimniicu cxtru powi-r nct:i"'h.iry tn crind or crtir-li tho whole
uu ut'. Tiio Siii.'Kinicit hpicmU the shrcililcd ciinu uniformly anil evenly In
thfi mill rnlli", mnl din. away with tla m crt-i-iiy of xprt'uilin tho li.i;ubu hy
hand hctwi'cn the inilU, whore r.grinilinj: U In iiho. No grcalcr aiuonnt of
hollor ciipaoity jh rciiilri'il to opdiato tlm SiiitKiniKit than that which wan
riilllciiMil for tin- mill, for tin above rcm-oiix. Wo fimiiidi full working
drawiii;t for the iiiHullatiou of our Miiii:iii;iim, euahliiiK any ooinpotunl en
gineer to MitTthfefiilly iiihtull and htart thoiu.
In ordertni, Hiiiiiidduuh from uu, please i-end nnall eketch, nhowiuy llw
iliiiiimtfr iiml uidih ol the mill lolls with which iiiikkuki' is tohoeonnucted,
uImi tlm eide (eithei rihl or left hand an you f.ico t' '. tielivury bide of the
mill), upon which the null citpuo U located, ulm the lioiglit from lloor line
to center of front mill roll lmft, and (liftiiucii center thin chaft to front end
of hell plate. Thou SiiitKiinniH are now heinj,' iimiI hy tho ililo Suj;iir Co.
and llawi .Mill, ICnlmlu, whore Ihiy uiu giviuj; ureal futUfaction.
tMf I'lici'h mnl fiiriher particul.u may he had hy applying to
Wu liiivu I'op s;il j in (imiititifs to unit thu
following hrniirib of
Table & Medicinal Waters:
BufTa.lo Litliia., CasteUian,
i-l unya-cli, Manitou, K.uloin.a.t,
ITapa. Soda, Violiy,
anjj Tin-: ciu.HiiiaTriD
ALL Till. li()i; .Ui l-'OH SALK MY THU
Bottle, Dozen, or Case
HOLLISTER DRUG CO.,
BS3 Fort SU-oet, Koiiolulu, H. I.
G. IRWIN & CO., LU,
vJr ntnlt for th IlinnilUm Itliiml: