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National Cane Shredder
PATKNTKH VNIIKIt l"HR LAWS
rpHK UNDERSIGNED HAVB BEEN AlTOINTEl) SOLE AOENTH KOK
" tlicso Skukuukrh ami are now jncpurid to receive onlera.
The great advantages to bo derived from thu use of thu National, Can it
Shredder are thoroughly ontabliMitd ami acknowledged by Han tore
The Urge number of I'luiUem using
Argentino Hopublic, Peru, AuatralU
The unc of the ShrkmiKK very lurizuh' aiumiuut! Hit iiiiaulit? "' rane
Uie mill can ttrind (25 to M)v uleo tlio
It Ia a great tafegiiard, making known at mien tho presence of any
piece of iron, tit km from oar, or aiivtliinu which would be llnblu In damage
the mill, and allowing amnio time to remove mdiii ueforu damaging the mill.
The Hhkkupkk in very trnugly made, and from the manner of its opera
tion it cut or tears thctc piccea of wood or iron without often breaking the
SHhKUDKh; and if auyihing break, it ihciinply mimenf the kniveH or cutters,
which can be quickly and t-ionomic.tlly replaced. Tho Siihkddkr, as ilk
uamc indicate, learn the cano into alirtde of varying lengths, perfectly open
ing it and allowing the mill to thoroughly prexs out tho juices without re
quiring the immense extra power neemsary to grind or crush the whole ,
cano. The Hhkkddkr iprcade the shredded cane uniformly and evenly to
the mill rolls, and does away with tho necessity of spreading the bagasse by
hand between tho mills, where regriudiug is in use. No greater amount of
boiler capacity is required to operate the. Shiikiuikr than that which wa 1
utneietit for the null, for the above reasons. Wu furnish full working '
drawings for the installation of our HiirtKiuiKUt., enabling any competent en
itineer to successfully install and start them.
In ordering Siikkihikkb from us, pinnae send small -ketch, showing tin
diameter and width of the mill rolls with which rfllKKtuiKii is to bo connected,
alto the side (either right or left hand as you face thu delivery side of the
mill,, upon which tho mill engino is looted, also the height from tloor line
to center of front mill roll shaft, and distance center this shaft to front end
of bed plate. These Shurihikhs am now being used by the Hilo Sugar Uu. '
and If awi Mill, Kohala, where they aro giving great satisfaction.
fjtT Prices and further particular may be had by applying to
IMl'OUTKU AND DKALBK IN
BROGERIES, PROVISIONS, FLOUR and FEED.
Frtih Calllomla Roll Batter and Island Butter
IsflT ALWAYS ON HAND jJ
l6i Goods Received by Every Steamer (rom San Francisco.
All Orders faithfully attend to. HiitMactlnn guaranteed Island '.l-r
and tJWkul with rare.
Lixcoln I)uck, Kind Stsckt, livrt. Port ani Alakia STsim
tfcrrii riaicmoNh :u
Importers, Wholesale it Retail Grocers
Provision Dealers & Naval Supplies
Erath Qoodi by Every California Steamer.
KJK - HOUSE - GOODS - A - SPECIALTY
tSLAJM OrDEIU SOLIUITCU. Jpt9 W HATlSfAOTION ODARANTKri).
H. E. McliNTYUE & IJKO.,
IktrORTKHS ANII OKALKRS IN
Groceries, - Provisions - and - Feed.
New Goods Kocetved liy Kvery I'arket from the Katut-ru Stairs anil Kuro.
KKRSH CALIFORNIA - l'KODUUE BY EVERY - STEAMER
All Urdtr faithfully atuuuled to and Umm1 liellvervri '" ii)
Part of Uie City KKKK
lauAMO Okdiocs Solicit!) SATUtrAUTiim Ji!HsTicwn
KA8T rOKVKII ftittT .Ni KIMl HTKKKTH.
J. J. EGAN
614 Port Street
AI.WAYS'ON HANI! THK
Latest Styles in Millinery
-THK LATKHT IN
White and Colored Worsted Goods
THE MOBT C0MF1.KTK UTOCK OK
DRY : GOODS
IN THK MTY
Uressmiklug Done bj Mrs. Kenoer.
Agent to Take Acknowledgments
- WIM. ATTKNIl TU -
laDagemeDt and Sale o( Proper.)
Colltcting in All Its Branches.
Orrica No. U Merchant Htrwt
IS V a' V AL TrilPHOSTE 3 OS.
I.AKK COUNTY. f'AU
11 Tbe Switzerland ol aniArica.'
Su'pbuf, Mtgneili, Sodi and Iron Spring,
Hot Sulphur Balds
Vpv. I'liynlclum recommend tlen Wa
teri for Liver and Kidney IHni-h'ci, IIIikm
ruatlo and lllood Troulilen.
0Ml BhsttUg mi Fliklng.
Tnu: 110 to U ptr Wuk.
ttf Kui furthvr luforiuatluii, aimly to ,
im-lm Ullfornia Hotel, 8, K
UK fHK HAWAIIAN MI.ANIm
ilium In the United Suica, Cuba, ,
and elewhrre, bear witness to the
extraction of iuice (ft to 12V
IRWIN & CO., LU.
.& AinUt ir tht llouiitinn tttwvl:
p o box trz
-p n. box w;
P O. BtlX U
Corntr Hotal 4 Nanaon StrMtt.
Family Wines and Brandies
S3 Years Old
tt.i MANAOlCIt ,Uiii
WM. DA VIES,
Rigger & Stevedore,
KHTIMATES AND IJONTitAflH on
ALL KINDH OK WOltK
Thf .Schr. ' MAII1MAIII "
Will run regularly hotweun thlx rtaiid
waiauiu inMiuuiiini. siokuihih, iteawu. i
mil and i'uulki on the Inland of Oaliu.
For Kreixlit. etc. apply to the Captain.
CtW tuuuirn at ultloc ot J 8. Walker
over HirecKrli' Hank. Fort street. Hft7-tf
OKYIaON tea and jkwklry
I It i:t TO INFOItM THK I'l lll.lt
1 that I have opened my Htore at No. W
Nuuauil ktrcet with (Vylou Manufartured
Jewelry net with Untile, flapphlrea, I'earli,
Blr, Jiut received miino I'll re Cy Ion Tea
trv It. alio. Indian Kahuna and Oaniuii
UiKiira An iiinito'tluu of uiy itock it toll
cited. W. J. dAimiU,
M-t Me. t5 Muuano ttrV.
IJiil iii llailwuul; Lim! I'd.
UKKEUS IUK I'LillhK'
Anotber Great Opportunity
To tocura Horn m One of tta Most
Delightful Localities to be
round in the Paradox
of the Pacific
A rieallli) renirt IVrl 'lly lias
. already established an enviable rnpuUtlon.
Many tfoou aniens in mis community
hareiirleticril the wonderful effect pro
duced by a few days jojoiirn In that dry,
cool atmosphere, and give ttmtcfill toll
men) to tlm rellot tlioy have almost In
itantly gaiiiwl (rum scvm and loti con
tinued attacks ol asthma. Physicians
acoualtiled with the climate of IVnrl Cltv
..... .... ... -.-.- - .... ... .
ret-nmitieiid It as a natural lanltariuiii
THE WATER SUPPLY
IS AMPLE !
And call bn ln'read l.i m.t.1 thn uerils ot
a population espial Ui the lamest I'lty Its j
l'aor. A. 11. I.yosi of Oalin Colle is
, our authority for statinir, that the water
j supply l Uie jmrest yet dleoTend (n thl
Special iDdQcements to Early Settlers:
For ninety day from data r will mil
IATH ON 81'KOIAL TKIt.MH favorable to
bona-tlde kettler. For a term of three
mouth from date, lumber and all hulld
Inn material will he upplled, and deliver
ed at l'earl City at mnrli loner price than
ever before obtained.
For further rtlciilar, call at thl otrlre
or on any of the lumber deuler m thl
city. Thnno who now own lots a well as
those who projoyj to becoinu resident ot
that Krowlng city, will do well to embrace
thl opportunity. Those who avail tlicm
telvc ot this oiter, within the tlniu uamod,
will be entitled to, nhd will receive thu
For a term of ten yrnrn, thl I'onipauy
will carry such reniduntH and their faiutlie
from Pearl City to Honolulu In the morn
lug arriving a little before eveu o'clock),
and from Honolulu to l'earl City in the
evening Uaving Honolulu station a little
after Ave o'clock), for ten cent each way,
a rate leu than one cent er mile. The
rate on all other euger train running
during the day or night will be I) veuti
per mile lint clan, and t cent per mile
A good ichool I about lo t- opened In
the I'enluaula, lu the flim, large, new
tchooMiouMi erected by .Mr. J. T. Water
house. Itesldenlt living at l'earl City
holKhtk, abovo 1'oarl Clt atution, and
thoxe IiuvIiih homes on the I'enliniila, will
be allowed to ride free on regular tiului
Itetwcon l'earl City htatloic to unci from
Tho?c nbo want tocoiulniiclo-i ml ibelr
children to chooW In Honolulu, can Imvu
iruiiHportiitiou on all regular trln, to uud
from l'earl City, fur the purpouo( attend-
Iiir srliool, at live cents each way fur each
pupil. Till" i eipial to VI to J)) uillet ride
for tmi cent.
Kiial inducement for thov dciriug to
Heoure hoinnH in tliln country have never
I before lioen ottered to the public.
Tlib. Company ha been requet4il frmu
abroad to name the price of all Mit-u mi
lold land In that locallt.
Should a clearance al be made m a
1 syudlcatu, no opportunity like the present
would again occur for the purchaoe of
home at l'earl City.
"A Word to tbe Wise is
OAHU RAILWAY & LAND GO,
It. K. DIUI.INJIIA.I,
(Continued from hi I'apt.)
son than Iho l.vt. no should nil tho
morn loiuilv iroelaim our disap
proval of tlio proposed institution
of a new form of Government, under
n now constitution formed by an oli
garchy, until the arbiter of our dis
pute, is hoard from, and until it need
lie the voice of the people of Hawaii
is heard, whose right it is to speak
upon Hawaii's future destiny.
We regret, deeply regret, tho
necessity that calls for this protest
from us! But duty to ourselves and '
, honor to those whom wu linvo an
pealed to demand that we should
uivo utterance to our views in brief
and in unmistakable language, with
out being personal or vituperative.
It is a God-given right, and wu
would oo uereuei in imiy u wo re-
frained from exercising it, and unani-
I mously sustaining tint reo!utiou
just read, which ombodies all that,
'' Is necessary to express our princi-
pies and liy thus pulilicly and peace
fully putting ourselves upon record
oeioro mo vonci, ausono ourselves ,
from the charge of bolug partakers ,
in arbitrary and high-handed tneas-
ores, tlio eulniinntinti nf nrroiv,i
' unprincipled acts, which lirgan near-
ly two years ago.
. . "
Wo have met here to protest
against personal government, against
every act which
resirieis me in- .
hereut rights of the people,
rflll ilnlir Hint, thu iwmal itnl lull tint. .
posed by tho i'rovisional Govern
. y .; -. . . .......w.. B .
meut is based upou a fraudulent
foundation. The whole fabric from
which it emanated is one of iujusl-
j ice, fraud and fiction, and it will
end, as all such acts of Xoroism
should end. by disgrace to thu in-
coptors and disaster to tho Stato
that should be unfortunate enough
to have such retrogressive principles
for its foundation, whereby ami by
which to rule and govern its people.
Mr. Uush had thrown a few im
promptu remarks into his writtnu
address, which caused laughter and
applause. In arguing that the Con
siiiuiiou oi uie iiepuiuie uiu noi as- ,
suro stable government, he referred
to tho quarrel in the Convention bo-
tUfutn Hrr1tlmr IV in mi mill Itrfillinr
Smith." Ho aked if mou Iwiru un-1
der tho free Hair of America could
support tho conduct of tho authors I
oi too constitution.
Cries of "No"
mutraat1 litfn I
Mr. Nawahi m a few words spoke
ol the action 'U iroclaimiug a re
public as premature, while Iltiwai
(an affairs were yet under considera
tion by the United States. If hu
were tlio American Minister he
would tell those tieonle to keen to
. . ; . f . r." ..
status until tho
matter was settled, lie called for
the ratilication of the resolution by
1 Tlio call was responded to by a
! roar of voices which could be heard
! a mile away.
Messrs. C'liintniiis, Wldoiimiiti mid
Nutvnhi went named na n eotiuulLliu,
to present the resolution to foreign
ITEMS 1J10M UANUOHAKT
Snvnrnl ChaiiKoa in
Mr. V. Tliompioii for four yars I
, connected with the school Iiiih been '
. allft la I i
, aiipoiuicu v ico-rruifipai y a vote i
; of the trustees. " '
I. Ij. IJiimn- of nilie.'. .Maui, who
holds inniiy diploiu: for uoriiinl
work in the L . S., has been olferod
the position of Normal In-lriiclor
in thu Kaineliameha School. We
take pleasure in recording his ac
ceptance. Hut Ioiik expectation of a loss can
never lessen its intensity. Miss
MalonoV departure from Kainelia
meha J'reparatory is too universally
known ami regretted to require
nuioli comment. It is earnestly
hoped that she may not leave tho
Hawaiian work to which her head
and heart so peculiarly adapt her.
Enthusiastic and hopeful educators
aro none too common in the Hawai
From the Manual no two strong
men. Mr. Ilabb and his wife go
back to their home in Maine, and
Mr. Ru-vsky goes to continue his
work in tnacliing. May rucccb at
tend them. The good iiitluniicu
exerted by them over the boys will
last longer tnitti tliev can know.
Thu military tlcpnrtiuuut will o.sim
oiall niitH Mr. liahh. whilo tlio tnuniu
nuil ntlilntk'K will sutTor Ly Mr.
Knumlianiulia ilopiirts from itH
mvu iMi.itoui, a wfll it Unit almost
unit or sal anions schools in that it
no liu'or (,'rnutH iliplomait. Tho
uitrtiliiMtva j,'ruuttil tho cIush of 'Q
nr prndnd in tholr nattiro. Thoy
apovifv nn opinion iu ruforimco to
oach LuyH nclioliirship, iiiiHthaiiical
aliilitv anil iuiliihtry, uud not ahvavH
of a lluttoritiR kind. Horoaftor thu
uxprussion "graduation from Kamo-
tiaiuplia will uuan uotluuK more
thau that a hoy hat continued in hits I
coursu up to tlio uud. Our ku'"'AU
teo of scholarship or of character
will bn found only in tho curtlficato.
Ilood'a und Only Uood'a
Hood's Samaiiarilla in carofnlly
propnrod from SarHnparilla, Dautln
lion, Mandrake, Dock, 1'ipsisHiiwa,
.lunipor Ixirries and other woll
known nuni'dius, by a peculiar coin
hiuatiou, proportion and process,
Hiving to Hood's Sar.aparilla oura
tivo iiowurs not pocMwsed by other
modieines. It ulTeuts riuitarknhlo
ciinw when other preparation' fail.
Hood's I'ills iMire liiliousuess.
1 WII.DKK STKAMHIIII' L'OM
I'ANV AND KAIIUKUI It.
llii'vclc Hiu i.. I Mile IhIi. I'rt-e to
all Kiilrmii'tt fee W. Mi, 'i in euicr mid
i lo itlHrt.
Klltrle In lie inailit ullh Uiu Si ere
I tary ou Jul) ltd, at UiliO a. m., at the
iTraik, M. T LYONB,
1073-21 tkcrttary M, K. A.
Thu following testimonial ,
, .. J r- .,
"AS DCCI1 received from a pro-
minent plantation owner Mid
Honolulu, H. !., May ', 1KM.
l'ACini; llARDWABt Co. l.'u, Honolulu.
You a-k my opinion ol I.ucol ss a Paint
I hare experimented with Ltieol Oil tor
uiuiue Hnu insiue wnrfc.aiBu u" nun nui.i
painting my vacuum pan, machinery and
centrifugal, with It and the result lifts
been moil satisfactory. It dries harder,
make a bettor iltilah, rocs farther and Is
i.U iS--,.. 1. .,.. -.. t. ..1
more yatniactory in every way man nn-
mint work ulilcli always
, tl Mfc.,
llmced oil, tlrleU ham wncn
.ji Kill vna usu
Use l.ucoi. in every respect In the
same manner as you would linseed
oil, with the single exception that you
may add fully onc-iiuarlcr more I.t'
COL to the same quantity of pigment
than you would of linseed.
In using metallic, Venetian red, tin
ochros, and other dry pigments, it is
advisable to mix up the paint at least
oiio day before it is to lie used, thou
add a third mure I.ucol and thu paint
will be found lo cover well and have
ft ,,(M) Koag
NKVKIl UHK JAI'AN'H.
Whore hard surfaces such as II.K.rs,
CPS tc- ro r?q'rol use litlmrgo
on,y. nvcr use Japans.
I.UOOl. MIXE8 WITH
lt their wotktnj; tuil no
pnes theit appeurunce nirr ritKY
4ltOtll.II UK tlHKO HAMK HAY TIIKY iHK
mixku, otherwise the gum of the var
nish may be precipitated or the mix
The addition of from f lo A of I.U
col. to varnishes does not reduce their
lu-tre nor retard their hardcniiie mid
j drying ami It prevents theii cracking
Agents for ttie Hawaiian Islands
Pay the Printer,
All who owe loiiK-'landitn: ncciiuuto
lothn llut.t.KTlN I'nni.iaiiitto Companv
for adveriMiiK, iuhcrlptlon or print
iiiK, are rciueted to ay up hcfoni the
end of J une. The money belong ton
and Is needed to meet the cnnMaiil
larxo drain for laltor mid material ro
il ill red lu conducting' a dally pa'r and
a printing huunn. We mukn no threat
but would advle all concerned to heed
TO THE PALI!
A fa THK ItOAOS AKK INHOOU UK-I
1. pali. I will tuna Hu or a Wagonette
to thn Fall daily, at 10 o'clock a. m. itiatur
diiya excepted). KAKK a CKN1S. To
leave from King, between Fort and llethel
gm- Will call at any pari ot the I'll) at
THI8 8PACE IB RE
SERVED - roa
Pioneer Furniture Co.
(lOUaiidUII KillK Btreet.
Oity Oaiirjagk Co.,,
Corner Klnj; and llethel Sis.
BOTE TELEPMOHEB 113 I
Finn Carriages & Civil Drtvurw
To he had at all hour,
.1. S. A tf TIRADE,
rptlKKK NHKI.Y KUU.
1 nialied ItwiniB at No,
t Onnlen l-nue. 8u.'-tf
A KDKMUHK1) IIKH1-
1 deuce on Herelauia
irret, for either fiiiuliy or
nlliKle Kentleiueu, Term
moderate Kor pnrtlculurn
apply at thl
1 lilnhed Itoom
In a private family.
at No In7 Nuuaiiu atrue
Uv door above Vineyard ut.
W. F. Reynolds, : Prop.
The Domestic Sewing Machine
makes happy wire and sweet
hearth. All kinds Machine Needle and
Attachments to make every woman
Guitar, to charm uth song and ,
ve a happy smile.
icave a happy
Spectacles and Eyeglasses to fit
all sights so that both old and
young may be happy
Dolls and Toys
to make the
llemington Typewriters to make
the hnsineKH man happy.
Tennis Supplies to assist young
men and uiaidens to achieve hap-
Purses and Card Casm to mukt ;
your best girl happy.
Wallets and Pocket Hook
make your best fellow happy.
Baseball Supplies to make "our
Visiting Cards and Society
Stationery to convey happiness.
Office Stationery and Blankmil ,niud 8,raP'y fo, the
linnk. ami lo mkf. the hanm. KOVemment's use.
-....-, .,., -- -, j--,.- 44-
rtcs of all
liny tt Stem
' Setting Nickel
The " Clevuliiiiil "
hi'onui tliu first race
Walker wins tlio
II.J.C Gold Medal,
and lowers tlio ru
coid 20 seconds on
a "Cleveland" No.
a " Cl?v.
if von want
H. E WALKER,
Ai'lit, Honolulu H I
1 VOX AN, J
Wholesale f Retail.
KUI.I. LINK Ui-
Silk and Cotton Dress Goods,
Silk, LiiKB nod Crape Shirts
OK ro.MH.hTK S'lOl'K
Madf by Yaiuatoya of Yokoliama.
U'Iihiiihi u,h lii neeil of an liiie
oi Japanese wooun, K'vu un ursi cini ami
uve kiiIiik all around town.
aos arort at, aouirtamirouM
SOMETHING NEW !
PACIFIC TRANSFER CO,,
87 King St. Mutual Tel. 662.
HiiitKHKc I'hecked from Hotel and Itmi
deuce direct to destination. No
Kechcullug ot tciimcru
ltiifgHe ulwny pill In Slate Koouin
T. I' McCailRE,
I tivay doeriflioH oj JOH I'HIKVINO
1 uW a( n UulUtin Offlo.
Hotel Street (Arlington Block)
.tuiit Kecelvrd another Invoice ot
Japanese Fancy Goods
- AND -
- roMPRISIKO -
Plain anil Figured Bilk and Crape.
MORNING GOWNS olemen"'1
Plain bilk and Embroidered.
Silk and Cotton Kimonos
8llk Fans, Cushions,
Ktnbroldcred 811k Tea Coie
Table Covers, Bed Covers,
Silk Bashos. Neckwear.
Beautiful China Ware I
, Salad Bowl;, Bon-bon Dishes,
Plates, Ktc. Etc., Ktc.
Smoking Jackets I
: Silk and Cotton Palatnas.
TtnKs, Klegant Lamp 8hadci,
i Bamboo Canes, Lunch Baskets,
Bamboo Valitcs, Japanese Trays,
Ktc., Ktc, Ktc., Ktc.
Mrs. J. P.P.Gollaco, Proprietress.
Thu Tagawa Coal Mine w
located in Fukuoka Ken in
the Inland of Kinsliui, Japan,
and was discovered about
twenty years ago. It was
owned by the government
Great iinprovottutiitrj, how
uvur, were matlo niuce it was
Hold to a corporation about
h'ix years ago, by importing
mining machinery from Eu
rope and America.
Tagawa Coal ia unetl moti;
. than all other Japaucrio coaln
in the following countriett :
China, Manila and Strait's
Settlement. ft has found
, its way even to Bombay.
Two cargoes have been
'.imported into the Hawaiian
IhIiiikIh recently, and it haa
, no rjupcrior in thin market an
1 stove or steam coal.
Ci. E. KOARDMAN,
Sole Agent for K. Ogura &
Corner Nuuaou & Hotel Streets.
Silk Dress Goods,
A 1.1. CO 1.0 KS -
'.lAl'ANKSE SILK CRAPE,
i I'lnln and llrocaded:
JAPANKSK COTTON OKAt'K.
j Silk Shirts and Night Shirts,
Hilk Itloute, Bilk Necktie,
Gold and Silver Scarf Pins,
Handkerchiefs, 8hawU, Bashes,
Hoilery and Uhemliw,
Japanese Tray, Uainlioo Screen.
Tea bets, Klower l'ots, Ktc, Kto
California Fruit Market,
Corner KIhk ft Alakea Ht.
j Caumiiuo's lltfrigcfators
It) Kvery Steuiuer from bun Kiu
Fresh Fruit, Oystors.
Ktc Kic., Kto., Ktc.
Drawing and Painting.
D. Howard Hitchcock
liruwlug and Tainting taught by the lat
est Kuropet u method, l.'luate every Wexl
neMluy and bntunlay forenoon from 8 a. V.
i to 1' noon.
i laV- Ui-onb for I'rivutu I'upiU in tpe
I ciul linos of work alto given.
'the Hludlo will he 0111 to vlaltor
1 eer) rruluy alturiioou, 10M-U
16 TO & .A.. 5Z
Un not Inrgi't die tiiuu lo rliK up
152 -Mutual Telephone -152.
N W. QURQIDBS
In fctlll preiMred to repair llardeii it
tiliriukler, W'Hter Tapi, I'IIIiik Haw
hitrpoiiliig all kind tool, lucludliur l.'i
UK iiiyii aim nvior.
iiiecialty. Alto builljiK
kind of Johhliig Work
Iawii Mowan a
Ola, in laotall
colltd for and tt-WU'U