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WUAT8 IN TO-DAY'S PAPEH.
Tlie Kirl ltuiell Divorce.
Humbert Entertain Victoria.
Labor Trouble In Helghim.
lr. Geo, TriMeau Dead editorial.
No Annexation by "Another I'miriM.
A Disclaimer by Ja. W. lrln.
Till Hll I' A Ok.
local nnd General Items.
A ProniWIli)' l.nil.
I'ollct' Drunk un Diitx.
Maul Election lleturni.
Krceot ltl Wlve.
for Aiding n I'rlo Kisht.
l.HW-tnnkrr mid Law-breaker.
A Ilrutiil Texas Mob.
Indicted for I'lmlng Kuoher.
(T It p -71 n i 1 it -V, n 1 1 i I i li
vJlt ill jiUHliUJ. i
Mutant to nrithrr Sret mir 1'urly,
Hut Entablithetl for lh- Hew HI "f Ml
SATL'KDAY, MAY , im.
A remark by Mr. D. H. Smith, that
he "thought thero was no fear of the
planters bringing in more Japanese,"
was by mistake, in our report of the
Councils, attributed to Mr. Morgan,
wlio had ju.it before been reported
a" of a diifereut opinion.
DR. OEO. TROUSSEAU DEAD.
A prominent old resident of Hono
lulu, and a man of mark, is gone
from life. Dr. George Trousseau
died yesterday afternoon a this
paper was going through the press.
An item stating that there were
hopes of his recovery was unfor
tuuatelv without other basis than
the over-saugulue opinion of some of
his intimate friends who had seen
the patient shortly before giving the
information. Dr. Trousseau had
been in poor healt h for many months.
This condition dated from a severe
attack of la grippe about two years
ago. of which there hod Ihumi several
recurrences. The doctor some time
ago told people that his heart was
affected and that one morning be
fore long the newspaper wo.uld an
nouueu that Dr. Trousseau was dead.
Short as it was, therefore, his Inst
illness was scarcely shorter than he
had expected. He was driving about
town two days before his death
From his taking to bed Thursday
noon, after asking that the house be
kept (tiiet, he was unconscious to
Horn in Paris, May I. IKKI, Dr
Trousseau was III years old at death
His father was a distinguished phy
siciau and surgeon of Paris, being
tlie prolific author of medical treat
ises that became standard through
out Christendom, tiraduatiugyouug
from the Paris School of Medicine,
the sou Ixjcnme an army surgeon,
seeing service in Algiers early in the
fifties. He also served at Solferino
and Magenta. Italy. In lSDti Dr.
Trousseau emigrated to the Austra
lasiau colonies, coming to Honolulu
from New Zealand six years later.
He engaged with the Hoard of
Health upon his arrival, Dr. Hutchiu
sou being president of that body at
the time. Dr. Trousseau made a
uaiue and fame for himself forth
with, by his masterly ami skilful
control of arrangements for stamp
iug out a small-pox epidemic. The
pestilence was checked at thirty
seven cases and oighteuu deaths.
Leaving Honolulu in 1877 the la
mented doctor engaged, successive
ly, iu sheep raising in Kona, Hawaii, '
and sugar planting at Kukuihaele. i
the same island, being the founder
of tho large plantation now in cor
porate hands at the latter place.
Ho returned to Honolulu to resume
his professional practice in Febru
ary, 1SH2. His standing iu the pro
fossion was eminent, it might be said
pre-eminent. In addition to a very
exteusivo practice of his own, he
was iu much demand for consulta
tions, over desperate rases iu the
hands of his fellow-practitioners.
Dr. Trousseau took a great deal
of interest in public affairs, intensi
fied by his contact therewith iu
every government position requiring
a medical practitioner to fill. Pos
sessed of broad general as well as
professional knowledge, and gifted
with an intellect acute above the
average, me doctor was a moot valu
able counsellor to occupants of the ,
throne, ministers of state, and politi
cal parties with which lie was, from i
time to time, identified. He attend '
ed Kamuhameha V. and Luualiln iu '
their last illuesses, and was the physi
cian and trustod friend of Kalakaua,
whose estate he elliciently adminis-
tered. Ho was on the military staff '
of Luualilo, having the rank of ma-
jor. Dr. Trousseau was a strong
nationalist of Hawaii, who believed '
that none but born or naturalized
subjects should have a determining
voice iu national affairs. The Ha- '
waiiau people, who revered and con
fided iu him, will take his duath as
a sort bereavement. i
The subject of this brief sketch
was married iu Paris, his wife dying
there hoiiio time ago. Of two sous
there, one is a phyaiciau of mark, i
who has lately been decorated with
tho Loglon of Honor. A fuw tnontliH
Ub'o Dr. Trouitstiati had rocordud In I
Jail!iBULiJJIUl--l-.LlJl!-!lll. ..J!gj'J '
the local papurB, hi terms of uudtH.
gulsod griof, tho (loath of his ouly
sister, Mndatno Morriwitr, in Paris.
Hur husband' death sonio titno pro
viuusly eompolli'd tho rottirniii
homo of hr son from Ilonoltilu,
where lio had Ihuii Assisting his
uuolo in local nntorprises. liu no
phew's alisotici' intntisilit'd tlu fuel
ing of loiioliiio.HS that oppressed
tho doctor on account of the death
of hU l)(lov((! sister. Dr. Trousseau
was a man of rostliw ontrpri'n
apart from the great activity de
manded by his large practice. He j
took delight in aquatic recroatiou,
of which were in evidence a large
boat and lathhoue at the harbor
entrance, together with a catamaran
rtml ,,,,u'r P',n,""" boats, including
a stt.am .III1K., that the Government
domed great and gratuitous benefit
from while he was port physician.
L lie doctor started a new industry
for these islands a few jears ago. by
establishing an ostrich farm at Ka
piolani I'.irk. Many young birds
have been bred from the original
stock, and some of the feathers have
gone into domestic exports. The
farm was under the management of
M. Morriseau, whose departure in
duced the doctor to oiler it for sale
but without result. Dr. Trousseau
was n stockholder and a director of
the Daily Bulletin Publishing Com -
The funeral will take place at '(
o'clock to-morrow from the resi
dence, Punchbowl street, the inter
ment to b at Makiki cemetery.
HniTon Hi'M.i:riN: -
A collide of davs ago an article ap
peared in your columns over the
imm ih jilunir of "San Diego," and a
friend of mine suggests that t should
publish a disavowal of the author
ship, as it might be imputed tome.
I have no patent on the word "San
Diego" ami certainly those whom I
resiioet and who know my politics
will not impute to me tliesontimeuts
expressed by "San Diego." Some
disappointed politicians have llowu
over the traces and taken thu oppo
site side in their chagrin. Although
disappointed iu not obtaining the
olllce I was sent for to fill, my prin
ciples are too well determined for
me to lie induced lo desert, and what
I have written has been signed
.Iah. V. (Jiiiviv.
Mr. Ciirviu is not "San Diego."
Judge Cooper sustained some ami
over-ruled other exceptions to de
femlant'sauswer in . V. Ashford
vs. C. Y. Ashford this morning
Hartwell for plaintiff; Hatch for de
fendant. The May term if the Circuit
Court wid open at ID o'clock nu
A lady at Tooleys. La., was ten
sick with bilious colic when M. C1.
Tislcr, a prominent merchant of the
town, uave her a bottle of Chamber
Iain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrho-a
Keiucdy. He says she was well in
forty minutes after taking the first
dose. For sale by all dealers. Hen
sou, Smith A: Co., Agents for the
pilK l-TNKIIAI. OK THK I. ATI' !':.
i Uhoitio; Tliot'M'Kvi will lake pliire
IO-.MoltltoW Mui.iiv) AlTKIISiMIX,
the t.th lnt . nl .1 nYli.uk, from hi- nl-
lein'cun I'cinrhh.ml xtriet
Krli'inls kihI neiiuiiliitniu'es are re
lieetfnlly tnvlteil to iiltiinl. ltr.it it
Corner Huts! & Nutuuu Street.
Family Wines and Brandies
PORT am. SHERRY
S3 Years Old.
B. LST. REQUA,
IV.il, MAN.YUKlt Urn
Tiiis Evening !
A II II
11 II illll
Half the Season!
OX 12 OI' AMERICA'S MI2ST.
Saturday Evening, May 5th:
I In' hint) nl tht Ninth
no i'i.avw iii;i'i;.Ti:i) -t
Prioen. - . 60o 75o & $1
Car Ailviiiiri1 hiilonl I.. J. I.iwy' ntciri'.
.1 kiwi of C'tmnifrciul t'tiitUnu
promptly rrnml"! nt mo .it iu
Rumor Bulletin: -
If TourNt is a Fool with a largo
sized capital F, he is not at all lone
sotnu hero in Honolulu, for thero are
a great many others trotting in the
same Has. 'Hut when von come to
the point, TotirNt can strike a Con- j
loll y.STvSiirirs t
liimoeir, "ff nm a fool l haveuever '
been as Indlv taken in as the smart I
,-dilorof (he Star ha. on the au.,e.v I
I ation ipiction. Mr. Smith has never I
(muni ivm iii in-' i.ijmi iiiiit tiitirti .n
a poHiilit or tlie annexation
scheme falling through. Tourist
never thought it would succeed. He
did not think so at the time of the
revolution, did not think so when I
woirinu annexation In-tyc was w,
fashionable, and is willing to bet
! C..1V .!.,. III. la I I,-. I ll.nr,. uill I...
no annexation while Cleveland , I
President. I am willing to admit
that 1 could get snine new ideas in a
kindergarten, but I don't have to go
to one of those useful institutions to
learn that V. O. Smith A: (Jo. have
made more of a mess of Hawaiian
ailairs thin they did in the affair of
Lower California. Ami in conclu
sion, brethren, 1 will tell you that
although this is a tropical climate
and fruit riiieus ery tpiiddy, in spitu
of undue forcing bv those skilled
horticulturists, Messrs. Thurston,
Castle, Carter, Wilder and Marsdeu.
assisted by Profs. Alexander ami
Olesim and P C. .lone, and last lint
not least bv anv means (in his own
estimation) Hie" great mogul, V. U.
' Smith, of the Star. . lot unte Stevens'
little pear is not ripe yet.
Honolulu, Mayo, I SHI
Dr. S. F. Scott, lllue liidge, Harri
sou Co., Mo., savs: "For whooping
cough Chamberlain's Cough Kettle
th is excellent." Ily using it freely
the disease is deprived of all danger
ous conscipicuccs. There is no dan
ger in giving the Keiucdy to babies,
as it contains nothing injurious. '2't
and W cent bottles for sate by all
dealers. Henson, Smith .V Co., Agents
for the Hawaiian Ishmds,
Saturday Afternoon, May 5,
JVT 3 C'SiSriS.
ii wk tvi:ii to
Morgan's Auction Room
I or ii hnrt H Y urn Mill i-llln
Departure Bay Coal,
IN . tJlWNTITY.
414 BOTH TELEPHONES 414
Agent to Take Acknowledgments
- Wll.l. .V'lTKNIi TO-
Manateraent aod Sale ol Property
Collecting in All Its Branches.
Omci.; Nil. fJ Mrrrhnnt rilrcft.
KAM rllONU TAI Rllt.Mi:itl4Y OK
Niiiiitim i-tri'i't, lliiniiliiin, huvltiK
iniiiht un iif-lK nt In niii fur thu hfiii'llt
nf hUfU'illinr. I hunito rciiioitull pcrscii
huvliit; ol.ihii- iik.iIiibI mini Kiiln i'IkiiikTuI
tn tmi i t Hi. Ircl.iiiiiH in i ii ollli'u within
It iluh fiuni tliU iliitn. niter whlrh ilutf mi
l'IiiIiiik Mill hi' rrrt'Ui'il
I. II. KIHIt.
47 iihi i Iri-tl, II )! 11 1 II. Muv :i, IMM,
OEYLOK TlIA AND JEWELRY,
I 1IK(. To IMnlt.M THK I'UIII.IC
1 thin I linvi oh-ui'i my Ktorniit No. l.Mi
Ninitintl ninui with I'nylun .Muiiilfrirttlrul
.liuulr M-tulth liulilih, Miiihlri", IViirln,
I'd'. .Int r ri'ivcil uiiin I'lirr (Vyhm 'lVu
tO It Al-o. Cijliin ll.iiiiUiniiilti l.ni'f.
An lli.ciiiliin nf 1 1 1 v litck is holli'Ilt'il.
ll I L- . .1. IL'
i r. iriiin,
''M-if d i.'iii S'niinnii nrHi
C II. VIMS VtlAINST THK I.Al'K AN
J tonlo Miiiili'trii ih- ,:i-., of llmiu.
I.ilii, Onhii, I ii ii -t hti 'Hiitiil tu thu un
ilir-li'iir.l iluh ant Iiimm if ti.-it within Ax
iiiiiiitlia ur Hun will im (urcviir hiirrcd,
i A. M ilioil-.b,
Ailiiilnlitr.itiir nl ilin Kotiitu of Anttmhi
Miinlnirii, ilri'ia nl,
lloiiuhihi. Airil il . KII7 li
i IIHiM AMI AlTr.lt li.VII,. I Wll.l.
i 1 in nn hllli.'iiiiiiiii't('i in my niiiuii,
It limit iim written unhr.
I A .1 t' WinvitHIIIT.
1 loiiiil ii In. April .'i, IMM ij.i ,w
'I'M IIKM' AlltlU I Inn ACIUIl (IK
1 l.tnul Miiinhii' fur ii ti i k riiiH'h. stiiti
pllunliiin hihI ttiriiia to
"U. A. M.."
IU.V-Iiii . O. Uox itri, lluliuluiu.
Hawaiian Mm Ct, L'll
Saturday, Mnif 6, 1X1)$..
The dark days we are hav-
'1, just now are not pleasant
b ,f ci
rain enough for the planta-
, ., ; ...:n ... .. ...... . r -
l,0,ls " w, ,m'al1 ""nry for
the people. Last year the
drought knocked the profits of
the sugar planters galley west;
this year unless all .sitrns fail
.I,.,-., .;ii t. ,.,,,.. l.
t"" Will be moisture enough
to keep thitli'S iroinir until the
. , . " "
tanll is put on stljjar.
I lentlry Breakers are going
to plantations by every steamer
and the Hendry Mould Board
is increasing in popularity be
cause it leaves such a clean
furrow that it is ready for
planting or irrigating as soon
as the plow goes over the
I he demand for the Tansy
Iron Stove by people of econo
inical ideas is growing. We
believe it to be the best and
cheapest stove for the money
to be found anywhere. A
good baker that will use little
fuel is hard to get for 515 but
you can get it from us when
you buy a Pansy.
Have you noticed how the
grass is shooting up with the
assistance of tht! damp weather?
That means that you want a
1 lawn mower. We have the
Conventional Style that CUtS
grass 01 oruinary lengtn. we
have also the High Grass Cut
ters that are needed wherever
the grass has been neglected.
The advantage iu having a
High Grass Cutter is in the
fact that it will cut short grass
as well. For garden use we
; have a full stock of Sprinkling
j Pots frtm a gallon up to the
uve-gauon size. we japan
j these so that there is little danT
jger of their rusting. If you
ire too tired to run a sprink-
Hiii not wo can M'll ynu tl:
best lawn spnnklor von ;vlt
C . V ...
saw for ?2.5o mm Unit will
work easy and cover a sjiacf
twenty f:ct in dianiutur.
I 'in vmii lliinl- i r nni, !
i-an on tninu, til an) rca
son why yon should not have
e ii ' ' c i i i
a lull set ol (h'coratcu china
wht-n we are selling oi-nuin,.
I laviland Ware in installinents
of a half-dozen or even a sin-
vile piece at a time? It is just ,
" l r i ',.1
as easy lor von to buy this .
,,.,, .,, I... .,1,1.. . .1,,.,i:.,..
ware anu tie anle to itiiplicati
any broken piece as it is to
buy other styles of decorated
ware, sold onlv in lull sets, and '
when one piece is broken ym
cannot get another.
Some people prefer to cook
over an oil stove than one that
burns coal or wood We are
selling the Diet. Oi! Stove,
built just like any other, and
has an oven, broiler, sauce
pans, etc. People who are
now using them tell us they
are less expensive to run and
COOk Jllst as Well a.S a WOOd
ciir In ,........, t:....
...,.. ... ........ t.iiiiuitu
wnere people do not reouire
to be "all 'het up" ten hours
in the day, we believe the oil
stove to be a good thing.
Ours are very complete anci
economical ol oil
I here CloeS not Seem to be
iniF li.f in, in ili.. ,.,.. 1.- .1
any let up in the number ol
theneotllewIinvv.ini to nr n
111c in.upu. vvuo wain U) get a
good Strong leilCe lor very lit
? .,...-... 'IM. 1 1
tie money. I he demand on
US fur the Iiiiw'q I nrL-irl linnro
jih tor im joih.s iockco 1 ence
is growing daily and we are
hLwS Tiarge nl"
ber ol people that eight cents
for a stay and washers is
cheaper than seventeen cents
each for posts. We have soltl
them stays, wire and washers
and allowed them to convince
themselves that a feiwu made
on tlie Jones Locked principle
.i i ',
IS the Strongest that call be
I.. im ....
iimue. vv ucu one man is sa-
tisfied others mnidlv follmv
. ..... . r,,I,1," IOHOW
suit. I his is an aee of unita-
. I ! im . i
tion and a man disliues to have
his neighbor L'et the best of
ilia iii.iiiuui ji.i im. uL.ii in
inn uniivi a mm; iiiuuuy vi
place him in the same rank.
M,.. l.lll.... l ll i, ....-trw... ....II
Hawniiao Hardware Co., I.'rl
Opposltf SprprtnlH' llloor,
:t7 KOK'P STUWWT.
A TEASPOON FUL OF
' . rt
A..lt .. . TrW.
?i?y k Crwr
Timi ftwfil 1
rSfclo cve&hcre dyflrttgjilU
TJIB AOKNCY KOIt
IH WITH THK
llollister Drug Co., I'd
. esas rort street,
NV,,,'r'' ,hl" liivalimlile hpn-olioW remt-dy
may Ito ohtulneil hy the,
IIOTTLE, DOZEN or GKOSS.
V Imvu also the l.urit'M .Iteck of
In Ih- found In the HiimiiII.ui IdumU.
'piuti:i: nitkuv kuii- ri,'.'-.Ji
1 nWii'il ItiKiiiimitNo. fijll-i tTjai
thinii-n Um. mua Uii&X3
L""'" TIIIIVK MONTHS t -
f , Muv mu SWvly A.VJV
l-,,,.r,"l",K''1 r1!1,"'.0' ",,.K,V" "J'
Ml"' ""O ' klh'ln-n It ilc ;'' "iBJi
hhi;iviitiiiU) imMm-ii. .vni.h m
,0-111- no... ai.aM. i.vnk.
. kuiixi8Iikiiiibi. i , .-
' , ,','"L',,I pr;ntni rtrnTVaii
ftrri't, fur cither tutully or iiiSi73
"IhkIu i;ciiti-im.ii. t run. sQsxjS.
niiHlTllttf. For i.irtli'iihir ntiiih nt thi
If. ', .i:!('"!,oli- JLefAL
hojumi tiimihi 8'tmr. ti Tnii3t
' i"!MUiMitwiV"i.r.UAitiirwii "MuTih
uiiho iuk at
SMALL COTTAGE TO LET.
A NU1KI.Y KITTED' 0T
tuuf with Mttlni;.
mom, IIiilriMini .nnil Until,
Kiil'ulilc fur a dlnitle uentlu-
until. Apply on the, pri'inUeHNo, lUKmmti
POTtaok to let on ,
, fion. 1,1, iur, nil imHlmn Ml'm:
liiiproveinutits. ulio Hum, &if.
j HtutiIi-ml8.Tviuit,ICion. Api.rvto
.. . .. h. hauiis,
1 rpiiK dehi it aiii.k imio
1 ... I .!.
JU l 'I.J HIIIIVIII 1.1. ..IH CWYL3
"1'iity I'rumlHvs," nluuted Clf
un Niniiimi Avfime, nuxt 3iJ.'i
i.iijifiiiiiiH "iu rrrii. truer .11 .i r. r.. r. iiih-
htip. Tlie Hnu hulnj; Two Htnries. run-
1 tI" S'x l.:irt'H Ik'ilrtioniH, 1'nrlura, Ullllarii
u,M,m, Kitdiun with t-i UiuikoI i-nntry,
. ami UathrMiii in euvti Hour. Theen-
tire hiui Ih lltthtua with flvctrli-Ily The
UrouiiiUurelurise mi I contain iiiiuiyvarlr.
tit's ot Hhmli nnil Krnlt Tretw. To u .luslr-
uiiu mimm the pmiwrtv win im let nt a
' """HM'tlu rental. Kninilront
Vt w. mackaklank.
"'", '"' Union Kiwi eo.'Huiiicfi
Desirable ; Residence
...11..1..1.... .1.. 1.1. t ,Z ... n TT"
THU UNDKUKiaNlilt OPKKIIK KOIt
1 Hih thut Di'ilrahlu Ki'slitu'ifn on Ku.
jilnlniil Htri-ut, iiiiJulnliiK thu ruKldniiuu ol
(.'. JiihiiMin, K-i I Im I ai liar, a frnutiiKi'
nl iihuttt inn tent on Knplulunl htmi't uml
Ih (ruin I l.'l to till ( i't ili'i-p. 'I In re in h mm
aii'iKxeummiKiy vvi'ii.iaiiitliwi'llliiif llniiM'
m the property,. nntnlnlng lirKi- I'arlor,
DlniliK'-reiiln. I lloilrumiiH. ltulh. Klti'lun
aii'iitxi-ut'iiiiiKiy wi'iMaiiit i)titiiij.iiiM
,m.l l-iiiitry Oovoreil Hhii, WI.U. Vur.ui.htN;
''"rrhiirn lliitin-, HiiiIIk. utii., ntn The
..rotin.lM are woli-iira.i'.l ami plant.-.l with
l-ruii mi.t shnit 'in...N.
im inf tiiuHiiun I'limniiimiH un nn-
oiiMiriiutfii vimvirum mm i ii.u.i u iii
W"''"'"" JoiiniBiiii.. iiituiuiiiiK iitin-iiuwrii
oai' lin.pi'1'l preiiilniiniiapplliiiiliin tu
HU-2w J.Vh. K. MOIttlAN
'PIIKWi:i.l..KNOWN W VII.I'Kt' HAH
I hur, Tlniiiiiii I'. KiK'hlurt, Iiiin iiikui
thu Oiii'i'ii.mri'i't Hlinvini; I'urlnr. uiliiini.
lint llnmiiru A Co., mIutii ii uimhI ( V .in
Khavei'Mii hit Inul lur ,i t'l'iitu; llulr Cm
uml blmvtr, Hi (,Vnti llulr Cm, :V Cvtitt,
m t i Bmt. .e-
'IM) I.KT ON IIKIIK- JU52l
L tiinlii it rut in-iir Mil- MinTtS
1 Hi ill.
PRICES REDUCED 25 PERCENT
EST FOR FOUR "WTEEKS 1
Knlisli Wardrobes, Plato. Ghtss Front;
Mjirbh(() Wash Stands,
Miirblotop Dressing 'Pablos,
Scotch CJIiesls of Drawers,
Dining Hall and Parlor Chairs,
Hatbui Suites, Pictures, Etc.
Royal Worcester Vas'S,
Uoyal Worcester Tea Sets,
Dinner Sets, Tea Sets,
Decorated Vases, Tumblers, Glasses,
Claret .lugs, Lamps, Screens,
Iron Bedsteads, Matting,
E3to., Eto, HJtO.
THEO. H. DA VIES fc CO.
National Cane Shredder
IWTKSThtl UNIIKK THK lVW8 OK THK HAWAIIAN IHI.ANUri.
. 11 , , . a. -,. i,r. - t f 1,-jp, iiTm ,WyA
rpilB U.NDKKHIUNRI) II.VVK UKKN AI'I'UINTKI) Hf)LK AUKNTH KOK
llit'co Hiiiikiiiikkh anil nri' iiiiw piupitri'il to n-ccivu orilorn.
Tlit'uriiit iiilviinium-r. to Im uVrlv ft! from tliu iim nf lliu Nationai. Ca.nk
llitKiiiiKit tiro ilnirmiclily vHtiillilnit uml uckniiwliilgiil liy l'liitititrn
The laruv iiiuiilu'rof I'liiutiTH iihIiik ilifin in tin. United SUIuh, (Julia,
Awiitini' Ih'inililti', I't'rn, Aiintr.iliii mnl dIu'wIhth, litmr wlttii'rtH tu the
Thi' initMif tin' SmiKiiiiKii vury largely miismiinlM tliu iinnntity of cane
tln mill nui i;riml (25 to ."() ), uUo tlie nxiriicliiiii of jnlco (6 to 12X).
It if a grim i Piifi'Kiiurit, nnikiii); known at onuu tliu iiri'M-nce uf any
pIiTt'B nf iron, flnki'h from .jum, or unytliini; wlii.-li would hi'liatiln lo diiniHue
thu mill, nnd nlliiwinc miiplc t iuit lo leiuove hhiiiu liuforn iliiiinininK tliu mill.
Thu SiiiihDUKii ic very rtronjjly inudo, nnil from thu ninnnt'rof 1(h ojn'ra'
turn it fills or timri Hium' pii-iv.. of w.mkI or iron without often hrt'ukiiit; tlie
SiniKtiiiKit; uml if Miiytliinc Ini'iikn, it i pimply Miiuenf thu knlvi-b or utiiturn,
.viiiiih I'an liu ipiinkly mnl I'l'imoinii'itlly ruplucid. Thu ShukdiiKK, hh it
iiiiinc indii'iiti'i., tiMtn tliu emit into Hliri-dn of varying li'tigtliB, puifiotly umie
iiiK it mid nlliiwini; tin-mill to thoroiiKltly )riM mil the jnicun without n
Utiirinn lliu immuiiM1 iixtra powur ui'i-cHHiiry to grind or unuh tliu whole
itiimi. Thu SiiHKiiUKit Hj.ri'iid lliu Kliredtlrd umiu uniformly mid iivunly to
tho mill rolU, mid dniih nwuy with tho ncct'chity of upruiulinj; tltu bagiihcu by
liaml hi'twi-tin tliu nulls whuru ri'riinliiit,' ix in tmu. No gruutur ninoiint uf
Imilur uiipiiuity in ri'iiilrtil to nporuti the HilitKiniKit Ihmi that winch war
tniflU'iitnt for thu null, for thu uliovn ri'umiiH. Wu fitrninli full workiuu
drawingi. for the inttlall.ulnu of our
giniui to Biiiuibi.iuii.1 liihUll anU rliirt ilium.
In ordering Hiiiikiiiikkh from uh, plcam Mttul unmll Kkutuh, allowing the
diameter mid width ol the mill roll" with which Siiiikduku in to buconnooud,
u1m thu hide (uitliur richt or left huiid at. you face t' c dolivury hidu of the
mill;, upon wlneh tho mill engiuu is located, hImi the height from lloor line
to cmiter of front mill toll idmft, mid ditdaucu center thin ulitifl to front end
of bed plant. TImimi SniituiiKiiH aru now being need by tho llilo Hugar (!o.
mid Uiiwi Mill, Kohitlu, whuru they aru giving greal natiefaution.
gjtf i'rii'i'h mnl furthitr particular tuny be had hy applying to
WM. G. IRWIN & CO., L'd.,
W tt liilr Aural ur thr lliiuiiliim ItttimlM.
3P .A. "Y
$10 A MONTH
Ami liu thu owner nt
an llliu u lllit) ele at
it In pnnlif 0 i'iiii
ttrni't. , .
Highest Grade !
H. E. WALKER,
Akkiii, llunuhihl, II. I,
"juiir lulitcriiiUim hm tjcpiral non
it u Kuuti linx to rtHW tt,
II mi nil 1 MM W Mi a
Siihkddkiih, uuuhliug any coiiiputont en-
In tho Circuit Court of the Plrat Cir
cuit, Hawaiian Islands.
IN THK MATTKK OK THK K8TATE
of Maria O'Hitlllvan, lute of Honolulu.
Ouhii, tlrccufoil tostate. On roaillliK and
lillng thu petition o( Ahrahutn Kernamle
of hulil Jlonoliilu. executor ot the will ol
buhl teata o, praying fur an onler nf nsle ol
real uctnto huloiigliiu to vald ileceanoil, ami
alleging thut thu ruui estate of valil tuntntrtt
Ih iik followHt Parcel nf luinl, liuiiHe unit
uthur IniprovuinuntH, being tho family
hoinnsteail at Kallhl, unda piece ol lain at
haiiuiainant'ar oaliu rriKon,iiothnr winch
hhIiI lamU aro nltnnte In Honolulu, Inland
of Oah", and nutting forth certain legal
ranona why Bitch rtml t'stuto should hu aold,
to-wltt Imuilllclonuy of the pernonalty to
uxtiiittulih the dubtn of Haiti estate. It Ii
hereby nrduruil, thut the helm ol said de-cete-etl
and all iern"tis Intert'Hted In the
wild nutate, appear liefnre till Court uu
MONDAY, thu llth tiny nl May, A. L.
lutil, at IU o'clock a a., at thu Court Itooui
uf this Court, iu Honolulu, Oaliu, then
ami thuru tn hIiiivn caumi why an order
hIioiiIiI nut ln Kruiili'tl Inr the saieol such
Datiil Honolulu, H. I April 1.1, lbll.
Ily tint Court t
(JKU. I.UOAH, Cleric.
FOR e-AJL-Bl I
A h I'holcn Puppies fur sale friilii I'l'dl-
Breed sltK'k, Addri'is
W. It. I.KWIH.
!' I llin.l.KTIN Olllee.
' ,, u thf Hullrtin OjUr,