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National Cane Shredder
fATKN'JKH UNDKK 1UK LAWS
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rPHK UNDERSIGNED HAVE BEEN APPOINTED SOLE AQENTh FOB
these Uhrkdukrs and are now prepared to receive orders. !
The great advantages to bo derived from tho te of the National Oamk
8URKDDER are thoroughly esUblUhcd and acknowledged by Planters '
Tho largo number of Planters using them in the United States, Cuba, ,
Argentine Republic, Peru, Australia and eluowhere, bear witnpss to the
The use of the Siirkddkh very largely augments the quantity of cane
the mill can grind (25 to f0), also the extraction of juice (5 to 12).
It is a great tafeguard, making known at once the presence of any
ptoccii of iron, stakes from cars, or anything which woold be liable to damage
the mill, and altowing ample time to remove samo befurn damaging tho mill. '
The Hiihkudkr is very strongly made, and from the manner of its opera
tion it outs or tears these pieces of wood or iron without often breaking the
Siihkddkr ; and if anything breaks, it is simply some of tho knives or cutters,
which can be quickly and economically replaced. The SlinKtuiKR, as its
name indicates, tears the cane into shreds of varying length, perfectly open
ing it and allowing the mill to thoroughly press out the juices without re
quiring the immense extra power uiccssHry to gritnl or crush the whole
cane. The Siikmidkk spreads the shredded cane uniformly and evenly to
the mill rolls, and does away with the necessity of spreading the bagasse by
hand between tho mills, where rcgrinding is in use. No greater amount of
boiler capacity is required to operate the riMkKimKR than that which wat
sufficient for the null, for the abovo reason. We (urnUh full working
drawing- for the installation oi our Mhhkiuikmm, nabliug any competent en
finecr to successfully install and tart them.
In ordering rillKKMiKKH from us, please aunt small sketch, showing tin
diameter and width of the mill rolls with which Hiikkdhkh is to be connected,
0o the side (cither right or left hand as you f.too tr delivery idu of the
mill,, upon which the mill engine is Waled, also the height from tioor lint
to center of front mill roll shaft, and distance renter this xhaft to front end
of btd plate. These SllKCDliKRH are uow being used by the Hiln Sugar (Jo
ml llawi Mill, Kohala, where they are Riving great sulisfactiou.
Knee anil runner particular-
I KI.KPUO.SK ll!
CHAS. HU STACK,
I.MPOHTEH AND DEALKU IN
GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, FLOUR and FEED.
Fresh California Roll Bntter and Island Batter
tW ALWAYS ON HAND J0
(lei Goods Received bj Every Steamer from Sao Fraocluo
t&" All Ordsri (slthlilll)' sttrnd to. Sntlsfai-tlori asrantMxl IIihi nir
ollcltrd and parked with care
Lincoln Block, Kino Sthkct, Uet Font and Alaska Strkbtd
MOTH TKUU'ilOMie 210
Provision Dealers & Naval Supplies
Preah Goods by Bvery California 8teaner.
IGK - HOUSE - GOODS - A - SPECIALTY
Islands Ordkrs Solicited, jg3 tW Satisfaction Odarantkkd.
rjtl.BPHOSK v o lox lfl
11. i:. MclNTYKE & BKO.s
IMPOBTIHS ann mCAt.MS IN
Groceries, - Provisions - and Feed.
New Good ilrcrlml nj Every Packet from the Kstim Hist and Ktirop
KKESH 0AL1K0UNIA ROptU BY BVEHY STEAM KK
All Ordart talthlally attended to and UimxIh Urllvnnnl in o
Psrt of llif lit KKKK.
tsi.snl UkXXKS SOLIOITICD SaTINKAOTION Hi 4HNTttRU
KAHT rORVKH KOICT NI KNH DTHKKTH.
J. J EGAN Empire Saloon,
e 1 P'oi'l Stroei
A1.WAVB ON HANDTHK
Latest Styles in Millinery
- rHK l.ATKST IN
White aad Colored Worsted Goods
THK MOHT COM PLKTK BTOCK OK
DRY : GOODS
IN rilK OITV
Dressmaking Done by Mrs. Rentier
Agent to Tale Acknowledgments
- Wild. ATTEND TO
lanageuieDt and Sale of Propert)
Ctlltcting in All Its Branches.
OrriCK No. 42 Mercliunl titreot
wvrtr.1. ri.3ciiroaTaB ?oo.
LAKE COUNTY. t'AI.
"Tbfi SwlUerland of America."
Sa'pbar, Magnesia, Soda and Iron Springs,
Hot Sulphur Batbs
(V. I'hyalclAiis rfcumnifiid tlirso V
lr lor I.Itit ami Kldnu) Dihtb. IIIiimi
oiallc and llloct TroiiliU
04 IhoolJag aid FUklng
Trau: 110 to 114 par Wtek. '
tkW Koi lurthcr luloriuatlou, ajiiiI to
lOM-liu Oallfornl UuUl, S. P
UK I'HK HaWaIIA IHt.ANln
4 - :-
may le hail hy applying u
IRWIN & CO., LU.
"V .Igtitt f th ntoifiin Itlttni't
t' U tlUX ?2
-' o mox -or,
Unruar Uotal Nuaano Striata.
Family Wines and Brandies
83 Yea.re Olci
E3. N. REQUA,
WMi MANAGER (Om
WM. DA VIES,
Rigger & Stevedore,
K8TIMATE8 AND CONTKACTS N
ALL KINDS OK WOKK
Will run regularly hetwriMi this port and
Walsluu, Knwullinpsl. Mokulsls, Keawe
nui uiid I'uulkl on the Island of Oahu.
For Krfclght, ntc, apply to tlm Captulu.
Inuiilrtt at oltlre id J R. Walkvr
over riproekels Hank Kort street. W7-tl
OKYLON TEA AND JEWELRY
IlKfi TO INKOIIM THE I'UIILIC
that I havs oiif my Mnro at No. I.vi
.- .I....I l.l. l...l...( M.l.ltt.nltl.a.l
lllllBllll aiirn, nun iy,vi..ii iwiiuin. iiiikm
...i.i. t...l.l..T U......I.I i. 1.
JSWKiry ri Willi uuuiri, naiiirn, i rmui,
etc. J mt received some I'liral'ylonTta -trv
It. KM, Indian IUIihiis uinl Daiixjii
C'ftfsn An Iruix-otiou ot unr 'tuck is soli
cited. W. J. iADHlU,
aa. tw naaaoa itraat.
Daily Hallway Land I'o.
OKTtilt.S THE PL'HLK
Another Great Opportunity
To sWur Uoum lb Oum of tb Most
Uolllthtru) Localitit to tM
Kouud in ths Paradix-
of th Pacific
Ar lioaltb; rvwirt I'esrl l'il fisi
alrssdy estubll.iiicl an vnvlnble reputation.
Many god clllfsu In tills community
baveoxrrluni'cd tli wonderful uirect pro
ilitcrd by r few days sojourn In that dry,
cool Attin1irrc. and kIvo gratrlul Ustl
mony to the relict thny liavo abno-l in
lUntly galnod from ssvnre and long eon
tlnasd attacks ol atlims. l'ii slclnns
scqiulntsd with tlia climate of IVnrl ''It)
rrroinincrid It as a iisluralniiltariiitii
THE WATER SUPPLY
IS AMPLE !
Aid Ran tw luureaHKt to uirt I (lie Hunts ut
population kjiih! to the laricst city In
I'sof. A. U. Lross o! Oahu Collsm) m
our authority for atatluK that the water !
supply Is the purvt yn dlscoToml in this
Special IndocemeDis 10 Bart; Seuiers: j
Kot nlnt days (rum dnt e will tell
1XJTS ON Hl'ECIAL TERMS Uvorsbluto
boua.fide settlers. Kur a term ol thruu
months from dale., lumber and all liulld
I or matorlnli will l supplied, and dcllvrr
t at 1'earl City at much lower pries than
nrnr Ixiliirr obtained.
Kor further particular, ritll at this office
I or on any of the lumber dealers in till
I city. Thoie who now on n lots as well as
I those who promise to become resident of
that icronlnK city, will do well to embrace
this opi-ortniilty. Those who avail them
selves ol this oiler, within the time named,
I will be entitled to, ahd will 'rwive the
follow iDK hfilU'fU
Kor a term ol ten yer, tins tympany
I will carry snch residents and their families
fnim I'carl City to Honolulu in the. morn
' In arriving a little before seven o'clock,
and from Honolulu to I'earl City tn the
evening le ving Honolulu station little
j Alter five o'clock , fur ten cenu each -ay,
I a rate ? than nun cent jkt mile. The
rates on all other pattener trains running
I during the day or nlht will be y, fills
' per mile tlrnl clam., and I if nt iir mile
I second clu"i.
A tciiod school l aoout to Ih. onwl in
the I'eniiisuhi, in the line, lurxe, new
tchuttl-houNtt erected b Mr J. T. Water
( houe. Itebidrntu living at I'earl City
, hei;ht, aliove I'uarl Cltv atalioii, and
those huviriK homes un the IVnliibiilii, will
be allowed to ride free on regular trains
belwe.au I'earl t'itv itatinni to nnd from
Tlioe who wunt tucontinue utwnd their
cliildren to schools In Honolulu, rati have
transportation on all regular trains to and
from I'earl City, for tho purpose of attend
ing school, at live cents eucii wuy for each
pupil. This is equal u Ui lo '.I! mllex ride
for Mil cunts
B"iial indureiuf lite (or tlio-e ilemrmg to
svourc iiomes in this country have never
bofure (men offered to the publln
This Company has ben retpneUed Inuu
ntiroad to nniiie the price of sll their un
sold land In that locality
Should a clearauce soli be madr to
syndicate, no opportunity like the preciit
would again occur for the puruluib ol
homrs at I'earl City
"A Word to the Wise is
OAHU RAILWAY & LAND GO.
K. K. DILLINGHAM,
Continued from Jut Pay.)
the military ostabliphtnout havo oo
iMipicd his attotition. Ho gained liis
first experience a n tnotnbor of the
Uovorntnent n an muler-secretary,
first in the Depart iniut of I'uhlTc
Instruction, afterward in that of
He was choeu a Vico-l'roiilont in
Iho Cliatnbor of Doputies, and tia-
, turally was tho ono to succeed Flo-
quot as President of tho Chamber
I whon tho lattor had to give up tho
Personally he is described as a '
genial, shrewd, kindly man, of agree-1
able manners and polite address, ,
whoso countenance is a truthful in-1
dox to his character, although it
ears, whon more closely observed, a
strange expression of melancholy,,
sometimes amouutiut; to sadness,
I which seoms inconsistent with his
' Ho is rather small and dark, with
oval faco and clear oyes, whoso gen
oral appoaranco carries tho idoa of
refinouiout and decision, with some
thing of tho military in his air. Ho
I is vory rich. His wifo was Mile, do
Seguar, vboo family belong to tho
old nobility. He is a hard workor,
j but not an orator. Ho enjoys excel
; lent health, a strong physique, and
I n calm energy, which fit him admir
ably for the uutio ho has assumed.
Girls of tho Right Sort
"My itaiwhter, nnlrsf won run work thf
thipiijTtlit mant, tlir a ill soon tlrikc
the rock, ami or nlmll nil hr lout "
So said the captain of a lino mer
chant vessel to his daughter. Ho
was right; ii was their only chance.
Tho bark Anmn, "(X) tons, was bound
from Cuxhnveii to Ki with a gen
eral cargo. She had scarcely left
port when the captain wa disabled
by a broken leg. A mutiny follow
ed. Under threat of bad weather
tho tfifiiti anchored in a bight of a
bay on tho dangerous coast of Corn
wall. Here tho ollicers and all of
the crow deserted. A furious cyclo
nic southwest gain arose. The an
ohors dragged, and tho girl burned
.) Hare on deck. The lifeboat re
sponded, but wan staved against tho
snip's sije l a sen. All the boat's
crow were lost except the coxswain
who gained the deck. He was not a
sailor, yet, with him alotio under her
orders, this girl, who ens a sailor,
out both calili'S set some headsail,
and got nut into I lie open. It was
touch and go, but true grit won.
Three weeks longer the girl com
manded hoforo help camo. Yet it
did come finally, and so did the wed- ,
ding of the handsome voting cox
swain and the captains beautiful
ami heroic daughter.
And yet there are mniio fool loft
who say we must look lo men ehielh i
for courage and intelligence. Nuir
' and uoiisoun! Any woman will
scream when she sees a mouse (that's
mere nerve), and ten minutes lator ,
she will meet disa-teror death with :
a quiet smile. Then, too, women
have a genius for throwing in a stig I
gestiou exactly when it is wanted. '
a man writes mis way: I came
homo dejected." so ho goes on, "nnd
uulii t know wlint lo oo; out my
Hut watt a minute. (Wore wo '
henr wind liis dnugliter snid, lot's I
have In' story from the rtnrl, ship-'
shape nml Uristol fashion, Hesnys:
"In Deeetnbor, IMK, I wns suddenly
tku oiieiin with an urucinting
i'i.iii in kiln I'll ifi lilt ni;iiiiii"ii flint
in the right side, ror twelve hours
I could neither sil nor lie down.
The inedlcnl until who eiituiimxl mo
Knvo mo some medicine, but on the
second tiny jnnnilice set in, and from
that timo I suir.tred fiotn n similar
attack uliottt once etery lliroetteelts.
Kven remedy wns tried without
avail; nothing did tho slightest ;ood.
The kidney secretion wns something
frightful, lioing a mass of inntler,
blood, nnd bile.
"This coul iuued lite months, nnd
1 (trow weaker and thinnorovor dny.
.My friends thought nothing could
aav me. .Many urgetl me to havo
further mhico, as nt this time tho
Beerotions wore much worse, and tho
motions resembled white clay. An
other ittaek came on, mid ns 1 was
daily getting wore, I said, 'I will see
the doctor fust, and if he can do mo
no good, I will M'ok further medical
, "Accordingly I uuiit to mh him,
I but he wns from home, and would
1 not n-tiirn until late at night 1
i camo homo dojeeted and did not ,
know whllt to do, but mi tliiwjhtrr
mtiil ' ll'il ifon'f i'iu Ini Ii.'i.t briyrl's
Cumine .Syruji' n hear it has cured
so m-iny If it does .ou no good, it
will do no harm' Well,' I said to
her, 'I will try a bottle'
"I thou began to take it, and ohl
how thankful I afterwards was, for
on tho third day 1 could see such a
change. The secretion, instead of
being nothing but corruption, be
came clear, and tho motions n
healthy color. Krom that timo 1
daily gained health and strength,
mid in a short time 1 was as well as
over in m life, nnd hate had no re
turn of tliediseao.
"1 can, therefore, speak of this
medicine in the highest terms, for,
under Clod's blunting, it cured mo
when nothing else had the slightest
The above communication is from
n business man of high chnraetor iu
the count of Brecon. For especial
rca-ious ho desires his name to bo
withheld for tho present, but wo
freoly pledge our own reputation to
the truth of his statement. Tho
tlnlo is February 1'2, IM2.
The nt tucks which would prob
ably hn o soou ended Iiih life woih
of severe kidney and liter conges
tion, grotwug out of profound in
digestion nnd dyspepsia Mis sjs.
(em was Hooded with bile acid poi
sons, mid he mny thank Uenveu for
having a daughter who mndo the
I right suggestion nt n critical mo
i iiient. In courage and good seuso
i she is like the other uoblo girl uho
I saved her father's ship from wreck
while ho hi) helping in his cabin,
Success attend them in their own
i life toyagtis, snj un
.Mechanics' Homo, corner Hotel
i and Nun. tun street Lodging by
I tiny, week or mouth. Terms: 'Jf, ami
M cents uer night j fl tud l:2t per
W. F. Reynolds, : Prop.
The Domestic Sewing Machine
makes happy wives and sweet
hearts All kinds Machine Needles and
Attachments to make every voman !
Guitars to charm with song and .
faVf a happy imile
Spa tacles and Eyeglasses to Jit j
all sights so that both old and
young may he happy i
Dolls and Toy
to mnkr the
liemington Typewriters to make
the business man happy.
Tennis Supplies to assist young
men and maidens to achieve hap
Purses and Card Vases lo make
your best girl happy.
Wallets and I'ocket Hooks to
vinke your best fellow happy.
1 liaseball Supplies to make "our
Wnittng Cards and Society
Stationery to convey happiness
Ojfict Stationery and Illank
Rooks, and to complete the happi-
ness oj all
liuy n Stem
.7 I'llMif K
- 1k - .-
- KHI.I. LINK OK-
Silk and Cotton Dress Goods,
OK OOMI'I.KTE STOCK
Mmle hy Yamatono! YekuhauiH
W When you are In need of any line
ot Japuneiie (loods, give u lint onlf and
save going all around town.
SOO 3Tort BXm Jlx Cvustoaa OXoA
SOMETHING NEW I
PACIFIC TRANSFER CO.,
87 King St. Miitoal Tel. 662.
Il.igage Checked from Hotels and Iteti
denres direct to destination. No
Itechecklng at steamers.
ilKtirte ulways put Iu State Ituoms
T J. MtiGUIItE,
Saturday Afternoon, July. 7th,
A.T 3JSO 0'CX.QC3C
The Hawaiian Messenger Service
L. M, Jmiions, Manui;i.r.
Mntual 509 TELEPHONES Bell 550
Olltre in Mamnli' lluildiiiK.
W rt prepareil in litrulih lullormid
Mftnuiik'ers ut all heurs l'rniiit not-a itriit
ssilklaotliin Kiinrrtiileed You riiii; un up
and we will do the reM
CaT Hourly rales IU' I'nr dlktauce
men ne Mettli;t'r's Map 1117 1 i
Kvtry lUtoriptiun oJUH I'lllNTlfffi
aW 1 14 UulUhn Ofln.
Hotel Slteet (Arlington Block)
Just Htcclvpil nnothnr Invoice of
Japanese Fancy Goods
- AND -
X)"PlCi TrPiOfQ I
l'lsln nnd KlRitrcd 8llk nnd Crape.
for Ladlos and
Plain Bilk and nmhroldered
Silk and Cotton Kimonos
Bilk Funs, Cushions,
1 Kinhroldcrrd HUk Tea Ooles
Tnblo Covers, Hod Coven,
611k Bathes. Nock wear.
Beautiful China Ware!!
Salad Bowls, llon-hoti Dishes, '
I'lntcs, Etc., Etc., Etc.
I 811k and Cotton I'nlanins.
ltngs, Elegant I.ntnii Shades,
liatiiboo t'aiic, Lunch llnskels,
' Unnilioo Vollars, Japanciu Trays,
Kir., Etc., Etc., Etc.
Mrs. J, P. P. Collaco, Proprietress, ,
The Tagawn Coul Mine is
located in Fulcuoka Ken in j
the Inland of KiiiHliui, Japan,
and waH discovered about
twenty yours ago. It was
owned by the government ,
and mined simply Tor the
Great improvements, how-
ever, were made since it was i
sold to a corporation about
six years ago, by importing
mining machinery from Eu
rope and America.
Tagawn Coal is used more
than all other Japanese coals
in the following countries:
China, Manila and Strait's
Settlements. It has found
its way oven to Bombay.
Two cargoes have been
imported into the Hawaiian
i Islands recently, and it has
no superior in this market as
stove or steam coal.
G. ID. BOARDMAN,
Sole Agent for K. Ogura &
Silk Dress Goods,
- ALL OlLOIIH-
.lAl'ANESK SILK CRAl'K,
JAPANESE COTTON OHArK
Silk Shirts and Night Shirts,
6llk mouses, Silk Kecktiei,
Gold and Silver Scarf Pins,
, Handkerchiefs, Bhanls. Hsslies,
Huiery uud L'hemltet,
Silk and Mud Kimonos!
Jananeso Tray, ilamhoo Screens.
Tea huts, Flower 1'uts, Kte., Etc.
California Fruit Market,
Corner King .t Alukea Bts
H Kver) btumiint from Sun Fran
Prosh Fruit, Oysters,
Kit. Ktc, Etc., Etc.
j Drawing and Painting.
D. Howard Hitchcock
Hrawlng nnd I'lilnting lunula by the Int
ent Kurupeuu nnulHi.lt.. riahUi every .
lif.dii) and oalurdii) fnruiituiu from S s. m,
to I'i iiuen
YaV. Lesjuns (nr i'rlviu littil in -
vial linus ol work ultu Klvcn.
, 'lit" hltnllu will lie oen to vltlturi
hrld.iy ullerniMiii. lit HI-II
;e to 9 .a., m:.
I'd nut forget the liiui' tti rim; up
152 Mutual Tolopuouo 152.
Is still pieimied lo repulr iliirdou llime.
Kpriukli r, Water I'upn, rltliii; Haws and
tharuuiiiiK all kludk luuls, liivhiillinr I'arv.
iiiK Knives umt huiaxii ltwn Mowers a
iiieulslty. AW'i bdUtiii' Ulasn. Iu (act all
kinds of JohhliiK. Work cIM lor and re
An Receiving New Invoices ol
BOOK AND JOB STOCK
BY EVERT STEAM EH
Where the) Are fully prepared to do all
kinds of work In tho latest styles, at
the ihortett notice and at the
most RoAsonable Hates.
Floe Job Wort Id Colors a Specialty I
KA'U(od in the Most AttnacUv..
Iteml Hit following partial list of spec
ialties and Kt tho Bullktik's prices be
loro placing your orders. By so doln
you will save both time, and money.
Billa ot Lading,
Kocotptb ol all kindtf,
LiUi.df oi ovoty variety,
I'otitioiiH iu miy laugiiMne,
Envohiiun & Letter Circulars,
Hporting Scores t Record,
l'erpotual Witahing Libia,
Uuiieral Book Work,
Kto., Kto Etc., Etc.,
I'rlnteil and Mocked wUnn denlii
(agr No Job U allowed to luaxe lite ol
lliii until It trlven mUiolrtcnon.
Pay the Printer.
All wlii) owe Unit; ftUilidiliK aoeouiilt
to tin lln.Lr.Ti.f 1'im.imtiK'i Oonrai
lor udvortiiln, ubaorlpllon or print
IIH, nro reiiiiiitd to pay up belore the
end ol June. The money belong tnu
and la needed lo meet the couttant
larjjn drain lor lalmr and material r
iUlrnl In ciuiducllliK a dally pajxir aud
printing boutn, Wa make no threata
but would advlM all vgnvetuod to ifi