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National Cane Shredder
fATKNTRIJ ONDKK THR LAWS
qiHE UNDERSIGNED HAVE BEEN APPOINTED 80LE AGENTS FOM
thcso Shrkddkks and arc now prepared to rcccivo orders.
Tlie great advantages to be derived from the use of the National Oamk
Shredder are thoroughly established aud acknowledged by Planters
The large number of Planters using them in the United States, Cuba,
Argentine Republic, Peru. Australia and elsewhere, bear witness to the
The use of the Hhrkddkr very largely augments the miaulity of cauo
the mill can grind (25 to 50), also the extraction of juice (6 to 12).
It is a great safeguard, making known at once the presence of any
pieces of iron, stakes from cars, or anything which would bo liablo to damage
the mill, and allowing ample time to remove same beforn damaging the mill.
The Siikkdder is very strongly made, and from the manner of its opera
tion it cuts or tears these pieces of wood or iron without often breaking the
1irkddkr; and if anything breaks, it in simply somo of the knives or cutters,
which can bo quickly and economically replaced. The Hiirkddek, as its
name indicates, tears the caue into shreds of varying lengths, perfectly open
ing it and allowing tho mill to thoroughly press out the juices without re
quiring the immense extra power necessary to grind or crush the whole
cane. Tho Hhreddkk spreads the shredded cano uniformly and evenly to
tho mill rolls, and docs away witli 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 tho Hhhkddkk than that which wai
sufficient fur tho mill, for the above reasons. We furnish full working
drawings for tho installation of our Piiukddkhb, enabling any competent en
gincer to successfully lustall and start, them.
In ordering Siihkddkkh from us, ploune send email xketch. shuwlng thi
diameter and width of the mill rolls with which Siikwddku is to be connected,
also the side (either right or left hand as you face lkn delivery side of the
mill;, upon which tho mill engine is located, nlo tho height from Moor line
to center of front mill roll shaft, and distanco center this shaft to front eud
of bed plate. These 8hrkdderh are now being used by the Hilo Sugar Co.
and Hawi Mill, Kohala, where thoy arc giving grunt satisfaction.
gJkT" Prices and further particular may bo hid by applying to
WM. G. IRWIN & CO., LU.
-H Alt Agent for ths UntfnUni hlnit
Oil AS. UUSTACE,
IMPORTER AND DEALER IN
GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, FLOUR and FEED.
Prtib California Roll Batter and Iilinl Bntttr
C0T ALWAYS ON HAND 9
I6i Goods Received "by Ever; Steamer from Sin Fruduo.
IT All Orders Islthfally attend to. Satisfaction Kuarantswrt. Ilnl Ontsre
oUfiTtsd and packed with care.
Linoolx Block, Kino Street, Bet. Fort and Alaeea Streets.
BOTH TKLKI'UONES 240
LEWIS & CO.,
HI FORT STREET.
Importers, Wholesale $ Retail Grocers
Provision Dealers & Naval Supplies
Ftmi Oooti by Every Calilorala Sterner.
ICE - HOUSE - GOODS - A - SPECIALTY.
Islands Obdees Solicited. Jktt $JF SiTisraoTiON Odaeantbeo.
TKUCPtJONK Ucl -I'. O HOX lift
M. E. MulNTYUE & BUG.,
iMrOBTEBS AND DEALEBS IM
Groceries, - Provisions - and Feed.
New Goods Received by Rvery I'acket from the Eastern Bute aud Kump.
rtiESH CALIFORNIA - PRODUCE BV BVEltY - STEAMKK
all Oniert faithfully attended to aud Goo.li Delivered Ui u
Hart of the City KHKK.
lacAap (Jamas Solicited. SATuraorio OcuHAirrrna
KA8T POKNKK KMK1 MI KIM) RTKKKTH.
J. J. egan
Q14 Fort StreV
ALWAYS ON HAND THK
Litest Styles in Millinery
- THK L.ATKBT IN -
White aid Colored Wonted Goods
TUB UOHT COMI'LKTK BTOUK OK
DRY : GOODS:
IN THK CITY
DreismtklDg Done by Mrs. Henoer.
Agent to Take Acknowledgments
- WIJ.I, ATTEND TO
Muuiemeiit and Sale ot Property
CtlltctlBg in All Its Branches.
Orrtcil No. 42 Merchant Btrrot.
va."-a,U--A.I TELEPIIOITB "3 GO.
LAKE COUNTY CAU
"The Sillitriand of Inerlca."
Su pbar, MtsB(ili, Soda md Iron Spring,
Hot Sulphur Bitbi.
BjL i'hyilclaui recointiiend thme U'a
Urs for I.lyur and Kidney Dlew lUmu.
uatlo and Ulood Troubles.
Md iMaMai aa rUhlag. i
Tnw: HI ( 114 r Wsse. i
atsV For further Information, auply to
UM-lm OaUltrmto Jfotsl, 8. T
OP THK HAWAIIAN IHI.ASIm
I' O. HOX 371
f O. HOX W7
Owner Hotel Mbube Straeta.
Family Wines and Brandies
S3 Years Olci
El. N. REQUA,
10-JOi MANAOElt. lm
Rigger k Stevedore,
KHTIMATE8 AND OONTItAOTB ON
AM. KINDM OK WOltK
The Stmr "WAJM AN ALO"
Will run reKillsrly between thin n and
Walalua, Knwalhapal. Moltulelo, Keawe
nui and l'uulkl on the Iblsml of Oshu.
For KrelKht, etc., apply to the Uaptatn.
Inquire at olllce of J 8. Walker. I
over Upreflkels' Hank, Kurt (treat. W7-tf
CEYLON TEA AND JEWELRY.
1IJK0 TO INPOItM THK PUI1I.I0
that I have oienbd my Store at No, tvi
Nuuauu strtiet with Ceylon Manufactured
Jewelry set with Ituhlda, Sapphires, Pearls,
eto. Just received some Purs Ceylon Tea
irr iw aiso, jimiau iiaoaua aim usnuin
An lniuctlon of mv stock Is soil.
elUd. W. J. BAKKIH,
Mtl as, 4M Msaaao strst.
Oahu Railway A Land Co.
OKKEKS THU PUBLIC
Another Great Opportunity
To Bmcuta Boss In Ona of U Moat
Delightful Localitl to b
round In taa Paradla
of tha Pacific
As healthy resnrtl'ear) Oily hi
already established an enviable reputation.
Many good cltliens In this coiniuunlty
hars experienced the wonderful effect pro
duced by a few days sojourn In tbst dry,
! cool atmosphere, and glrs grateful testi
mony to tho relief tuny have alinoit In
itsntly gained from sorer and long con-
I tlnued attack of asthma. 1'liyslclsns
acqoslnled with the climate of l'esrl City
rerommend It nsturaManltarlum.
THE WATER SUPPLY
IS AMPLE !
And can be increased to wwi Hie need of
a population equal to the largest city In
Paor. A. I). LjYoss ot Oaho Colteg I
our authority for stating that the water
supply is the purest yet discovered In this
Special Inducements to Euly Settlers:
Kor ninety days from data wc will eel I
LOTS ON Hl'KOIAI. TKItMS fsyorsble to
bona-flde settlers. For a term of thnte
months from dste, lumber and all build
ing msterlali will bo luppllcd, and dellrer
ed at Pearl City at much lower prlr than
erer before obtained.
For further particular, call at this office
or on any of the lumber dealers in this
city. Those who now own lots as well as
those who propose to become residents of
tost crowing city, will do well to etubraoe
this opportunity. Those who stall them
selves of this offer, within the time named,
will be entitled to, ahd will rerlve the
For a tarm of ten years, this Comimny
will carry such residents and their fsmllles
from l'esrl City to Honolulu Iu the morn
ing arriving a little before seven o'clork,
and from Honolulu to l'esrl City In the
evening It-aving Honolulu station a little
after five o'clock , for ten cents each way,
a rate lets thau one cent per mile. Tho
rauu on all other passenger trains ruuning
during the day or night will bo cents
per mile tint class, and 1 cent per mile
A good school U about to be ojienvl in
the Peninsula, in the flue, large, new
chooMiouae erected by Mr. J. T. Water
house. JUldents living at I'rsrl City
i heights, above Pearl City station and
those having homes on the Peninsula, will
oeanoaeu to ride tree on rcgulsr trains
between Pearl City station to and from
Thov; who want tooontinne to smid their
children to schools in Honolulu, can have
transportation on all regular train to and
from l'esrl City, for the purpura of attend
ing school, at live cento each way for euch
pupil. This U equal to 24 to ill inlleo ride
for ten cent.
Equal indnoerufints fur tliosn ilcnirlng to
secure homes In this country have- nevtr
before been ollered to the public,
This Company hai bfn roqutMNt (rum
shroud to naiiin the price of all their n
sold lsnd In Hint locality.
Should a closrancr sale be msde u a
syndicate, no opportunity like the prenent
would again occur for the pnrchsse of
bom at Pearl City.
"A Word to the Wise is
OAHU RAILWAY & LAND GO,
II. F. DILLINGHAM,
is U VatMal Mansaar,
Betting a Roostor.
A citizon of Uumford had can
vassed the town iu vaiu from end to
end in search of "alien to set," when
he hoard that an old darkey on tho
Boston, Providence and Newport
road had a great deal of "setting
stock." As this was just what ho
I wanted ho lost no tiino in hunting
nim up. tie found tho old man
building a hen coop in tho rear of
his residence. Approaching ho ask
ed, bj way of broaching the subjoct,
how many hens he had setting.
"Three hens and a rooster, boss."
"And a which?" inquired the poul
tryman, thinking he had not hoard
"A rooster," replied the darkoy.
Seeing the look of distrust on his
visitor's faco he took him into a low
building, and sure enough there sat
a largo Brahma rooster calmly cover
ing twenty eggs. On one side of
him sat two hens and on tho othor a
third lion. Tho visitor, seeing how
steadily tho roostor sat, secretly re
solved to got somo of tho darkey's
eggs aud hatch out a special lot of
roosters. Oil being asked what he
did whon tho rooster would't sit any
longor, the darkey replied that "dat
ar rooster done bound to set," point
ing uudernoath the bos.
Looking uudor tho box tho visitor
was surprised to Gnd both of the
rooster's legs sticking through holes
in the box. Tho black rascal had
actually bored holes through tho
box and tied the rooster's legs under
neath, so, as hn said, the roostor was
"done bound to sot." Providence
Now Life-Saving Jackot.
Laidltir's lifo-jackot, tho first llfo-
Jacket approved by tho London
toard of Trodo, is n jacket comfort
ablo to tvoar, as tho writer enn per
sonally vouch, made of tho lest
Irish fiuen and provided wilh cork
ribs, forming part of the structure
of tho jacket. Those ribs, also tho
capes, as the Inventor styles tho
four cork floats, whou the wearer is
in the water, project outward from
the body and assist to tuako hitn
i buoyant. Even if they worn opon it
would bo practically impossible for
thoin to come off in the water, but to
obviate any chatico of this occurring
special arranKomonts are made for
trebly securing them. Busido boiug
a jacket and not a bolt, it may bo ex
pected that sailors and otllcers will
more frequently wear them and bo
prepared for emergencies oftenor
than they are at present, for to
somo exteut, naturally, tho present
Hfo-lMilL is considered more or less
as an incumbrance. Special means
have also been taken to make thorn
afford protection from tho weather,
a hood being provided to protect
the bead, with a respirator attached,
which will at least prevent n great
influx of water into the mouth whou
the wearer is battling tho seas for
1 i f o. Kic h aiirj.
They Had Trifled With Justice.
The disponsor of tho finest brands
of Western justice sat on a soap box
with a law book spread before hitn
ou an up-ended whisky barrel.
"Who arrested this maul" ho ask
ed, as tho prisoner stood up before
"Wo did," responded half n dozen
citizens standing around.
'Wbat'6 tho chargef"
"You botcher liTo wo kin Wo
kotchod him iu tho act."
Tho Judge looked ugly.
"Will you swear to ilf' he akod.
"Course we will. Didn't we Jist
tell you we ketrthod him at ill"
"All right, gents," said the Judge,
blaudly, as he laid his gun across
tho law book, "I'll duo each aud
evoryono of you $10 aud costs for cou
tempt of court iu fetuhiu' him here,
and dismiss tbecaso agin tho prison
er. You oughter struug hitn up
where you kotchod him." IMruit
Stopping TJp Shot Uolaa.
A device for stopping tip shot
holes iu war vessels, invented by a
ninriuo otiKineer named Douglas and
accepted hy the British Government,
has been tested by the United States
It resembles a parachuto with a
rubber cover, supported by steel
ribs. It is pushed through the hole
made by the shot, whou it expands
aud clings close to tho outside of tho
vessel, preventing an inrush of water.
Captaiu Mahau aud Lieutenaut
Couunandor Clover of the Chicago
are much pleased with tho device,
and Lieutenaut Cowles, naval at
tache at the United States Embassy,
has sent a specimen of it to the
Navy Department nt Washington.
LonJun dfapHtch to Xfiv York Herald.
Stavouson's Mouse Companion.
Duo of the quaint remembrances
of Hubert Louis Stevenson's south
sea life is that of his Honolulu
mouse. A small shelf hung over the
couch whereon he used to lie whou
ill aud trying to forget his pain iu
"tootiug" on his flageolet. Out on
this shelf the little mouse would
venture, ami sooti became so tame
as to doligbt iu the novelist's car
esses. If it got no immediate atten
tion it would scratch on the shelf
aud make a'little whine or soug to
attract its friend, aud after n time it
actually persuaded its spouse to pay
a daily visit to the musician in its
Lifn Is Misery
To many people who hate thu taint
of scrofula iu their blood. Tho ago
nies caused by the dreadful running
6ores and other manifestations of
this disease are beyond description.
There is no other remedy equal to
Hood's Sarsnparilla for scrofula,
salt rheum anil every form of blood
disease. It is reasonably sure to
Ixiuelit all who give it a fair trial
HoodV I'ills euro all liver ills
Mechanics' Home, comer Hotel
and Nuuauu street. Lodging by
day, week or month. Terms: 2U aud
10 cents per night fl aud tl.2b per
The following tcBtimoniul
has been received from a pro
minent plantation owner and
HokolclC, H. I,, Msy 29, 1K.
Pacific Habdwam Co. L'o, Honolulu.
Yon ask my opinion of I.ucol as a Paint
I bare experimented with I.urol Oil for
outside and inside work, also on Iron work,
painting my vacuum pen, machinery and
centrifugals, with It and the result has
been most satisfactory. It dries banter,
makes a better finish, goes farther and Is
mors satisfactory In every way thsn lin
Certain pslnt work which wss always
sticky with linseed oil, dried hard when
Lncol Oil was used.
Youry truly, Aua, DstiK,
Direction for Use.
Ubo Lucol in every respect in the
samo manucr as you would linseed
oil, with the single exception that you
may add fully one-quarter more Lu
col to the same quantity of pigment
than you would of linseed.
In using metallic, Venetian red, the
ochres, and other dry pigments, it is
advisable to mix up the tuiint at least
ono day beforo it is to do used, then
add a third moro Lucol, and the puint
will be found to cover well und have
a good gloss.
NEVER UHE JAl'ANH.
Where hurd surfaces such at doom,
steps, etc., are required uxc litlurja'
only, never uso Japans.
LUOOI. MIXES WITH VAlt
NI8HEH and hscIxU their working aud tin
proves their appearance nur tiiky
SHOULD DB U8EH 8AMK DAY TIIKY AKR
Mtxgu, otherwise tho gum of tho var
nish may bo precipitated or the mix
Tho Addition of from J to of l.U
COL to varnishes does not reduce their
lustre nor retard their hardening aud
drying and It prevents thuir cracking.
Agents for the Hawaiian Islands
Another victory for
the "Cleveland." V.
Wilder ttcoops it in at
Kahului, Maui, on
the 4th July.
Speed, Beauty, Light
ness and Strength.
This is a "Cleve
land" year I
H. E WALKER,
Agent, Honolulu, il. I.
CummlDJ Block, MercbiDt St.
SOMETHING NEW I
PACIFIC TRANSFER CO.,
87 Klag SL Mataal Tel. 662.
Baggage Checked from Hotels aud Itebl-
dences dln-ct to destination. No
Uccheeklng at steamers.
HaggttKo always put In State Itooms.
T C. McCHJlitlfi,
NOTICE OP SALE
Mil. 0. WEST W1HIIKS TO OIVK
notice to his patron thut ho hus thU
day void nut his Cttrrluge Munufactorv and
the (food will of his liuoluc)- to Mil. W, W.
WKKillT. Mr. West earnestly desires nil
hi cuslumurs to continue llii-ir iiatroiiut'i'
at tlie old stand with Mr. Wright.
.... u- WB8T.
Duti-il June .10, IX'll.
NOTICE Otf PUH0HA8E
HAVINU IIOUOHT OCT THK lll'KI
nets of the lluuiilulu C.trriuge Muuu
fui'tory, I du Ire to glvo notice to nil m
liiistomers. ihcu.toniern of (1. Wit uml
the general imhllu that 1 will carry on Hit
liiixliii'Bi umler the sumit uiuiiit uud tit tho
old ttuud on Kirl tni't, Juut uUive llotul.
i. . . .. , , .W- w- WIUHHT
Dntid lloiiolulu, Jiiiium) Ihlil
A I.I, ACI'OUNTdT IIKNTH. I.KA8KH,
etc, due the Estate of the late Kuls
ksus are now payable tuQuefii Duwsger
Kaunlsul. 1'anlts huldlug proiMirty uro
rsqussUd to rsport. 1077-lw
IRWIN & CO
Hotel Street (Arlington Block)
Just Received another Invoice of
Japanese Fancy Goods
Plain and Figured Silk and Crape.
MORNING GOWNS 5iStS5'
Plsln 811k and Kmbroldercd.
Silk and Cotton Kimonos
Bilk Ksns, CiKhlons,
KnihroMcrcd Silk Tea Cosies,
Tnhlo Covers, lied Covers,
Silk Sashes, Neckwear.
Beautiful China Ware!
Salsd Howls, Bon-bon Dirties,
Plates, Ktc., Etc., Ktc.
811 k and Cotton Pais mas.
(tags, Ktcgant Lamp Shades.
llaniboo Caue, Lunch Ilaskets,
linmboo Valises, Japanese Trays,
Ktc., Etc., Ktc, Ktc
Mrs. J, P, P. Gollaco, Proprietress,
Ln. .-- - ---JJ
II UUlCLmlC y llClall,
- PUM, LINK OK-
Silk and Cotton Dress Goods,
tftn.. Ktc. Ktc, Ktc
Silk, Liueii aud Crape Shirts
' - OK CO.MPI.KTB STOCK -
I Msde by Yamatoya of Yokohama.
, nf When you are In nerd of any line
of Jansncso (loods, give us lint calf and
save koiiik an areuuu iowu.
SOO Xort Ot naar Custom Ilouas
California Frait Market,
Corurr King A Alaken BU.
Uy Kvrry titmmtir from Ban Kran
Frosh Fruit, Oystei's,
K.Ui.. Ktc, Ktc, Etc
A. F. Medeiros & Co.
Will remove to their new headquarter
ON OH AUOUT JULY 1ST.
New Goods. Perfect Fit Guaranteed.
Notice ol Removal I
ON AND AKTKK JULY I si. THE
Olllce of the I'KUl'l.K'B ICE A. ItK
KK1UEH ATINU CO. will lie at the
Factory, Beretania Street,
HOTH TEI.EI'HONKH IftS.
L. 0. ABLUS,
Itesidenro Ttleplioiies lloll U13, Mutual
Drawing and Painting.
D. Howard Hitchcock
liruKiugnud 1'aiutiug taught by thu lat
est Kuroiruu methods. I'lustes every Wed
nesday and tiuturday forenoon from K a. w.
to 1- noun.
lessons fur I'rlvute I'anlla In Hin
du! lines of work also given.
Mh- Thu Bludlo will ho open to visitors
even Kriduy iifturniHin, luVctf
6 TO Q .A.. 3.
Do not foruet thu time to ring up
152- Mutual Tolopbone-152.
N F1. T3TTK,GrJi33S
Is Htill pri'imrt'd to repuir (lunlcu Hute.
Hpriuklert, Water Tapi, Klling Hums uml
sharpening all LimU tools, iucluditii tarv
lug llulvi's uud Kcissiirs. I.itwu Mowers a
.itIuIIv, Also Hitting (iIhi.. In fart all
kind of Jithhiiiif Work ihIIi-iI for and re
luriiMl llrt l
Al.l, I'lOllrtllSH AUK NOTII'IKI) NOT
lo credit any uuu un my uccouut
without my written nnler
JOSKI'll I'AIICO. Hh.
Honolulu, July (J, UUl. lUW-lm
W. P. Reynolds, : Prop.
The Domestic Sewing Machine
makes happy wives and sweet
hearts. All kinds Machine Needles and
Attachments to make every woman
Quitars to charm with sony and
leave a happy smile.
Spectacles and Eyeglasses to fit
all sights so that both old and
young may be happy.
Dolls and Toys to make the
Remington Typewriters to make
the business man happy.
Tennis Supplies to assist young
men and maidens to achieve hap
pincss. Purses and Card Cases to make
your best girl happy.
Wallets and Pocket Books to
make your best fellow happy.
Baseball Supplies to make "our
Visiting Cards and Society
Stationery to convey happiness.
Books, and to complete the happi-
' nets of all
Buy a Stem Winding, Stem
Setting Nickel Plated Watch,
guaranteed a good timekeeper
A iv KerclvlnK Mew IiivoIom of
BOOK AND JOB STOCK
HY KVEKY bTKAMKK
at nut i a
ic Pfiui Officii,
Where they are fully prepared to du all
kinds of work In the latest styles, at
tho shortest notice and at the
most Reasonable Hates.
Pine Job Work Iu Colors a Specialty l
Pay the Printer.
All who omu loug-slaiidlng account
to the Hui.htin 1'uuLisniso OoktrAHV
for atlvertlsluR, subHorlption or print
ing, am reijiu-bteil to pay up beforo the
eud of June, Thu money belnugs to us
and is needed to meet the constant
large drain for labor and material re
quired in conducting a dally paper and
a printing house. We make no threats
but would advhu all concerned to heed
A : NEW : DEPAKOTE
Tlie Hawaiian Messenger Service
U M. Johnkon, Mauagar.
Mutual 509 -TELEPHONES -Ball 5SH
Olllro In Masonic lluildiug.
Vn are prepared lo furnish llullornied ,
Mesiengers at all hours. Promptness and "J
satlsfauihui uiiarsuteed. You ring us up
and we will du lli rest.
Hourly rates lOo.
rates sa UesMDsr's Map.