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National Cane Shredder
KATKNTKD ONDICU THK LAW8
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rPHE UNDERSIGNED HAVE BEEN APPOINTED SOLE AGENTS FOR
these 8HKEUDKK8 and are now prepared to receive order.
The great advantages to be derived from the use of tho National Cans
Uhrkddkb are thoroughly cBtattllslied and acknowledged by Planter
The largo number of Planters using them in the United States, Cuba,
Argentine Republic, Peru, Australia and elsowhere, bear witness to the
Tho uac of tho SllRKDDKk very largely augments the quantity of cane
Ibo mill can grind (25 to 60), uleo the extraction of juice (6 to 12).
It is a great safeguard, making known at once the presence of any
pioees of iron, stakes from cars, or anything which would be liable to dumage
the mill, and allowing amplo time to remove same beforn damaging tho mill.
The Shkkddkh is very strongly made, ami from the manner of its opora
uon it cut or tear these pieces of wood or iron without often breaking the
Siikkddkk; and if anything breaks, it is dimply some of the knives or cutters,
which can bo quickly and economically replaced. Tho Hhhkddkk, as its
name indicates, tears tho cane into shreds of varying lengths, perfectly open
ing it and allowing the mill to thoroughly press out the juices without re
quiring the immense extra power necessary to grind or crush the whole
cane. Tho Siikeudkr spreads the shredded cane uniformly and evenly to
the mill rolls, and does away with the uecessity of spreading the bagasse by
hand between the mills, where r-griudhig is iu use. No greater amount of
boiler rapacity is required to operate the Shukddkk thau that which wat
sufficient for the null, for the ultovo reasons. We furnish full working
drawings for the installation of our Siiukmikkh, enabling any competent en
iliurer to successfully Install and stati them.
In ordering Siikkmikhm from it, plca-c tend iinull sketch, ylniwlug tin
diameter and width of the milt tolN with which Siiiimjdku is to be connected,
ilo tltc side (either right or left hand as you face tho delivery side of the
nitlly, upon which tin- mill engine is loi.itcd, also tlm height from tloor line
to center of front mill toll shaft, and distaucu rrutur this shaft to front eud
of bed plate. Thcee HilutDDKHH are now I icing Usui by the ililo Hugar On,
aud Hawi Mill, Kohala, where they are giving great satixfactiou.
D Priri and further parllculars'may be hud by applying to
WM. G. IRWIN & CO., LU.
" I ' tint Agtn.it tw Kt Mwviffati 'nrf
IMPOttTEK AND DEALER IN
GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, FLOUR and PEED.
Fresh California Roll Batter and Island Batter
tr ALWAYS ON HAND 3
lei Goods Received by Ever; Steamer from San Francisco.
gW All Orders faithfully attend to. SatUfnetlnn giisrsiitwl, Henri Dnlr.
ultoiKst and packed with caio.
Lmoom Block, Kino Sthekt, Hi.t. Fort and Alakba HTHKent.
UUTH TKLKHHU.NF-8 W I' O IIUX 2U7
LEWIS & CO.,
Ill IfOKT STKKET.
W lobl C
Provision Dealers & Naval Supplies
Freeh Goods by Every California Steaaer.
ICE - HOUSE - GOODS - A - SPECIALTY.
ttiaiinn Oamen.1 Somcitkd. mQ 0" Satisfaction Gdaiamtkuj.
II. K. MclNTVRE & BRO.,
IMrOBTKUS AND ORAI.ICRH IN
Groceries, - Provisions - and - Feed.
Nsw Ooudi Kucolfed by Every Packet from thr KuMrn titates and RuroiM.
KltKHH CALIFOHN1A - PRODUCE - BY EVEUV STEAM EK
all Unitra faltblully attended to and UimkIc IMIvtirwl ui am
t'art of thr City KKKK
IW-ANh ObIUCVi SoUOITCn SATIhKAI'TION Gl'ARtNTCRa
K4RT rilltNKH rtMT Mi KIMl HTItK.KTH,
J. J. EGAN
ISU Fort Street
ALWAVB ON HANI) THK
Latest Styles in Millinery
-THE 1,ATEHT I.N -
White and Colored Worsted Goods
THE MOBT COMl'LETK 8TO0K OK
DRY : GOODS
IN THE CITY
Dressmaking Done bj Mrs. Rentier.
Ageot to Take Acknowledgments
- WILL, ATTEND TO -
Management and Sale of Proper
Collecting in All Its Branches.
Officii No. 42 Merchant Htrwt.
VTTTTr.A.Xi TasxcxvrxoiTXJ 3QO.
LAKE COUNTY, t'AI.
"The Switzerland of America."
Su pbur, Magnesia, Soda and Iron Springs,
Hot Sulphur Batbs.
. PlitfulnlA.ii. rui.fiiiiiiii.ii.1 ll.uu tl'u
9 a nj .......'. . v w.l. ,.iv.. .nv ,,
ii iiir i.irnr aim imiuiy iiHfBr linen-
inetlo nd HIcxhI Trouiii.
94 IkMUai iHd riihlng.
Tru: 110 to M per WMk.
JV rut fnrtlmr Intoriiittluii, niinly to
MM tu 0lUifnU tluUJ, I, V
OF THK HAWAIIAN IHLANIW
I O loX S72
I. () HOX I4A
Corner Hotel 4 Nunauu 8tret.
Family Wines and Brandies
S3 Years Old
E3. N. RBQUA,
WM. DA VIES,
Rigger & Stevedore,
KHTIMATEH AND OONTKAOTH ON
A 1,1. KINDS OK WOHK
Will run ri'Klilarl) hetwemi thib )xrl and
Wulnlun Ktiw ulluipat. .Mukulxla, Ki'i.wn
mil mid I'uulkl on tlia Island of Onhu.
For h'rvlKht, rtc., npply to the Cupula,
It. ImiulrH at ciIHch of J H. Walker,
ovttr Hirc(iM' Hank, Kurt itrrat 1t57-tf
OKYLON TEA AND JKWELRY.
I IIKO TO INKOItM TIIK 11)111, IU
1 that I have oixtned my Hlore at No. 1(41
Ninmiiti Ktrettt with Ctiylnu Manufactured
Juwulry ft with Itublej, Hipplilren, IVorU,
to. Jiut fcnWiil onif I'litu ( Vylon Tea
try It. Alto, Indian Habana and IMumm
i Vlmtn. An lim.ict.on of my nUmk It toll,
ultd. W. J. -ttl.KIH,
M it Na, VW Kuiunu itrwi.
Oahu Railway fi Lawl Co.
OKKEKS THK I'UHI.H
Another Great Opportunity
To BMurw Honra In Ot vt tb, Most
Dalightful LocaJltUa to t
round in th Pradls
of thM Paoltlo
A lU'nllhy rasort 1'rsrl t'tty tin I
slready cstabllslicil an rnvlsbln reputation.
Many khI cltlieni In this community
have experienced the oiidorful ctfrrt pro
ducol iiy a few days sojourn In that dry,
cool atmosphere, and give grateful testi
mony to tho rellsf they havo almost In
siantl) Kalneil from Severn and lonj? con
tinued attacks of aithnia. l'hy'lclimn
aciiiinlntrd with the cllmnte of IVsrl City
recoiiinipiid It iii tisttitaUanltarliiiu
THE WATER SUPPLY
And ran be inctwcil w inetii the m-wli of
a Kjpulatlou equal to the lurgrit city In
For. A. 11. t.Yntu of (Mb ii t'-olli-ge In
our authority fur itatluR that the water
upply U Uic purnit yrt dlN-of I1 In this
Special Inducements to Eaily Settlers:
Kor ninety days from date will cell
IA)T8 ON 81'KUIAl, TKUM8 faTorabln to
Uiua-flde lettlnn. Kor a term ol thrw
montha from itate, lumbvr and all build
Inic matiirtali will be mpjilluO, aud dllvir
od at I'varl City at much lower priiw thau
ever befnro (ihtalntxl.
Kor further particular, call at this other
or on any of the lumber dealen in till
city. Thowi who now owu loti aa well as
thunewho propnM to become retldeuUof
that xrowlng city, will do well to embrace
this opportunity. Those who arall them
elvei of till offer, within the time named,
will bf entitled to, ahd will receive the
Kor a tnu of Urn yearv, lbl Comany
will carry inch retldenta and their famlllea
from i'earl City to Honolulu In the morn
Iiir arrtrlng a little before buven o'clock ,
aud from Honolulu to I'earl City In the
evening (leaving Honolulu station a llttlit
after flvoo'ulockl, for ten uenU each nay,
a rate leu than one cent per mile. The
rates on all other pannger train runninc
during the day or night will bo yi cents
per mile, first clam, and 1 cent pxr ml In
A good school la alMtut to lt openud In
the l'eninsuiu, iu the due, large, new
schooMioum erected by Mr. J. T. Water
house. Itoulenu living at I'earl City
heights, lalNive I'earl City station aud
tboo having liomes on the lVnliisnln, will
be allowml to ride free ou regular trains
between IVnrl City stutions to and fnim
Thoie who nt toconllnue toucnil their
clilldrcn to schooN tu Honolulu, cmi have
transportation on all regular trains to and
from I'earl City, for the purpote of attend
ing school, at live cents euch wuy for euch
pupil. This is cttal to 'i to iSti mill- ride
for ten uuntx
Rtptal Inducumentn for those desiring to
(tenure homes in this country hae nnver
before been ottered to the public,
This Company has been rr(tieMr-d from
abroad to name tho price nf all the' in
old land In that locality
Should a clearance sale be made to a
syndicate, no opportunity like the present
would again occur for the purchase of
homes at Pearl City
"A Word to the Wise is
OAHU RAILWAY & LAND GO,
it. f. mi.UN(;iiA.i,
INVITED TO CONFORM.
I Encyclical Issued by tho Popo to
, the Eastern Churches.
' Rome, Juno 20. Tho encyclical of
, the Popo has boon approved by a
committee of tho College of Cardi
nals and will shortly be urotnul-
1 The lettor savs that, imitating
Christ, who, on the ovo oi his ascen
sion, prayed that his disciples might
bo united, he, tho I'opo, at tho end
of his lif'j desires to invito nil men,
without distinction of rnco or coun
try, to enter the Church. Tho ency
clical expresses grief at tho schisms
and animosities which havo torn
flourishing countries from tho bosom
of tho Church, and tho hope is ex
pressed that diviuo pity and omni
potence will bring them back to tho
Tho Pouo then addresses the Eat-
orn churches, recalling tho fact that
their ancestors recognized tho
Homan pontilT, declares that they
are woll disposed toward Catholics
and promises that their rights and
patriarchial privileges will ho main
tained in tho went of n union with
the Roman Catholic Church. His
holiness then appeals to Protestants
and points out that they havo no
fixed rule of faith or authority, and
aserting that many of them ovou
deny tho divinity of Christ, the in
spiration of the Scriptures and eud
by falling iuto naturalism aud mate
rialism. Tho Popo makos reference to tho
friction botwoon tho church and
stato in Italy by deploring the revi
val of acts of oppression which ani
mated tho ancient royalties against
tho church. Ills holiness condemns
tho Freemasons, claiming that they
aro the enemies of religious union,
aud especially decries their so-called
audacious activity in Homo. Further,
he calls upon Italy and Franco to
shako off tho despotism of Free
masonry, in ordor that religious con
cord may oxorciso tho ovtls of war,
holding that Europe presents the
appearance rather than tho reality
of peace, aud that education iu hus
bandry, the arts and commerce is
Tho ouoyollc.il concludes with re
calling tho former encyclical on tho
social question, declaring that lib
erty of tho peoplo can bo made to
harmonize with power and the
rulers, whatever form of gotornmout
exists, as tho right to command ami
tho duty of obedience proceed from
God, to whom the rulers mut ac
count for their stewardship.
i A OEKKAL PHENOMENON.
A Lettor "D"on tho fllndun of
i Growing Oiita in Indiana
I'ltnr, I nil.. Juno '27 -.Many t;-
plo aro coiiMciornbly ngltntttd ovttr a
mjflturiotiH t'lrcutuitlntico wltluh la
. tliouuht to liullcnto (llnntor. It in
tho Appearand) of tho Itrttur "B"
plainly iuiiirenat'il upon tlm blatlos
of oatH (rruwiiiL in tint fluid. Auros
untl aurp in all partri of tho country
havo lxu found tohutliunciiriotiitly
inarkml, and it in no wondnr that
itunh'itmtlvn pttraotm can nssouinto
tho j)rtHotici of tho luttor with foro
boditiL' nf ovil. It is ostitnatt'd that
the only othor tinioM tho lottor wat
uvor found on oata iu this tuannor
was jtint boftini tho war of 1812 and
tho fato Civil War, and that tint "B"
atauds for "Bloodshed," which now
may ho looked for again. Uacli
hlado is marked, tho letter about
half an inch loue being, as it seoniii,
pressed iuto tho loaf aud dittceruiblo
on tho other side. Some say that
tho phenomenon occurs frequently,
but do not explain itn origin.
America's Array Blllo Inferior
The Mauulicher rifle, which has
just been tested in Europe, is de
clared to bo inferior to tho French
arm. If that is so, our own troops
would havo a rather meager chance
if opposed to any of tho crack army
corps of France. This rillo is smoke
less, aud has a range of tltreo miles.
An American naval olileur who has
written au article upon the com
parative powor of European arms,
said receutly that a skillful marks
man could create hat on iu an army
with tho now rile at a distaueo of
two miles, ami that iu au unsettled
country it would be impossible to
tell from which point tint attack
This would seem to indicate that
cavalry will bo a tradition hereafter.
When the enemy can lie iu ambush
and mow down horses aud men two
miles away, there will bo no moro
stirring scenes or stories of carrying
forts aud other stroug positions by
a rush of cavalry. A two-mile rush
iu the face of a storm of bullots
coming from an unknown quarter
would havo results compared with
which tho charge of tho Light Uri
gado seeuiB like child's play. -Sf.
Catarrh in the Head
Is undoubted!) a disease of the
blood, and as such only a reliable
blood puriOer can effect a perfect
and permanent cure. Hood's Sar
sapanlla is the best blood purifier,
aud it has cured many very severe
cases of catarrh. Catarrh often
times loads to consumption. Take
UootlV Karsaparilla before it is too
Hood's I'ills do not purge, pain or
gripe, but act promptly, easily and
Xo Brinu I'oary Hack
Nuv Vohk, .Ititie 'JO. -ileutbors of
the auxiliary 1'eary party, who pro
pose to go to North Greenland to
bring back the Arctic explorer ami
his family and associates after their
year in the high latitudes, sailed this
afternoon by the Itcd Ciois steamer
I'ortia for Newfoundland. Six mem
hers of the party, under tint charge
or Henry G. Htyaut of I'hilmlclphia,
went aboard the vesMtl at KobiiiMiu's
stores, lirooklyii. The tnxcol Marled
at I'.': If. o'clock
M. M. Eh tee Is tho Keptiblicau
candidate for Governor of California.
The following testimonial
, hns been received from a pro-
' v.t.M iilHiilfilimi n. 1,4
IIIIIIIIL JllUllltlllUII U)Tlli:i illlll
Honoldlo, H. 1., May !W, IPiM.
l'Aciric HxanwAiii Co. ln, Honolulu.
You ask my opinion ot l.ttcol as a l'aiut
1 have experimented with Lticol Oil for
outside and inside work, a!o on Iron w ork.
painting my vacuum pan, machinery and
centrifugals, with It and the result hai
been most satisfactory. It dries harder,
makes a better finish, goes farther and is
more satisfactory in every way than lin
Certain paint work which was always
sticky with linseed oil, dried bard when
Lncol Oil was used.
Yottry truly, Ai:o. Dama
Direction for Use.
I Dm I.ttcoL iu every respect iu the
name nntuuer aa you would Unseed
oil, with the single exception thuiyoii
tniiy add fully one-quurter more Lu
cot. to tho name quunllty of pigment
Until you would of linseed.
In lining metallic, Venetian red, the
ochres, and other tlry pigments, it if
tulvisablo to mix up the paint itt lent
one day before It is to lie used, then
add h third more l.trooi. hiiiI the li.ilul
' will be found to cover well uiid have
it Kh1 glOHH.
SKVKU UHK JAI'ANh
Where hurd surfaces sttcb us UiHm
steps, etc., are required use llthnrge
only, never use Japans.
I.IICOI. MIXES WITH VAlt.
and iisplla their working and im
prover their appearance hit tiikv
HIIOUI.D HK tlflKl) 8AMK DAY TIIKV AltK
MtXKi), otherwise the gum of the var
nish may be precipitated or the mix
Tho addition of from i to ol Lu
col to varnishes docs not reduce their
luxtro uor retard their burdening mid
drying and it prevottts their cracking
Agents for the Hawaiian Islands
Another victory for
the "Cleveland." W.
Wilder neoops it in at
Knhulni, Maui, ou
the ith July
Speed, Beauty, Light
ness and Strength
This is a "Cleve
H. E WALKER,
Aitent, Honolulu, H. I.
Cummlni Block, Merchant Si.
SOMETHING NEW I
'AG1FIC TRANSFER CO.,
87 IH SL Mutual Tel. 662.
IUkksko Checked from Hotels and Kml-
dettres direct to destlnatlun. No
IteclieckliiK at sUamurs.
tlaKKUK0 always put iu Stato Itooms.
T. C. MoGUIRK,
Saturday Afternoon, July Utb,
A.T 3 ISO 0'CX.OC3C.
ALL AiTOIINTri, UKNTW, LKAHKS,
etu.. due the hituta of the l.iiu IM..
kaint ate now payable totiuven DoHBtfiir
hapUiUul. I'ariUs holding pruierty art
requested to report,
Hotel Street (Arlington Block)
Just Itecclved nttother Involee of
Japanese Fancy Goods
- AND -
Plain and Figured Bilk and C'rnpe.
MORNING GOWNS &$?
Plain Bilk and Kmbroldered
Silk and Cotton Kimonos
Bilk Fans, Cashluns,
Embroidered Bilk Ten Cosies
Tablo Covers. Itcd Covers,
Bilk Sashes, Neckwear.
Beautiful China Ware!
Balad Bowls, Oon-bon Dishes,
Plates, Etc., Etc., Etc.
Bilk and Cotton Palatnas.
Hups, Elegant Lamp Bhades,
Uamlioo Cnnes, Lunch llaskcts,
llamboo Valises, Japanese Trays,
Ktc. Ktc, Etc., Etc.
Mrs. J. P. P. Gollaco, Proprietress.
;. XTOtfAN. ,7s
Fill. I. LINK K
Silk and Cottoo Dress Goods,
Silk, Linen and bap Shirts
-Or COMPLETE STOCK -MnCr
iy Yamntoya nf Yokohama.
nr When you am In net-d of any Una
of jNiiine Uoods, k'vo ui first calf and
save koIhk all around town.
California Fruit Market,
Oorncr Klii; ft Alakra Hi.
bi inn's IMi'igci'iitofs
lij Kvit) Hti'Kiiiur from 8un Kran.
Fresh Fruit, Oysturs,
Ktc. Kto.. Ktc. Kte.
A. F. Medeiros & Co.
Will remove to thulr new heidiiiurtfr
ON Oil AMOUT JULY IBT.
New Goods. Perfect fit Gnardnteed,
Notico of Removal I
ON ANll AKTKIt JULY 1st, THE
Olllco of the I'KOl'LK'B IUK k KK
FUIUUltATINO CO. Hill hunt the
Faotory, Berotania Street,
DOTH TKLK1MIOMCH IftS.
L. C. ABLES, Manaoeb.
itesldeiit'u Tplupliones -Doll '.'13, Mutual
Drawing and Painting.
D. Howard Hitchcock
Uriiulnj,' and l'u!iitlii tiuiht by thn lut
est Kiiioiii-iiiiiiKtiliodf. C'lutsvs every ,t
uesduy and hitluidu) foreiiiioii from H a. u.
to VI noon.
Mfa- l.nnioiii fur I'rtviilf l'itills In ih
ninl lines of worl. also k'"'"-
lA Tin' Studio will ti (iii'ii to visitors
HVery Krlduy ufteriKHiu, W tf
TO .A.. 1&.
Do not furgtd thn time to rliiu up
102 - Ulutual Tolephouo -152.
N. F ElUK.OrJI3SQ
is still pri'iMitril to p'iulr (lurdt'ii um
Hiirinklfra, Witter Tatt. KIIIiik K.tw iin-l
aliiiMxiiiIni; nil Kinds tools, itiuludlti, I nrv
llli! Klilvt'S Hint Hiil'snrs. Ijimii ilimi.ri,
sxtIuIU. Also Kuttiu)' tllimN, in fiu'tall
kllhla of Jiilililnu VS'nrk exlli'il tnr hiiiI re
AI.LI'KUStlNH AUi; NDIIIILI) M)('
to vridit uny one mi n, ttivntttit
without my wtltlit nrilxr.
junr.tii iavi. Ha.
Honolulu, July 0, IMI,
W. F. Reynoldi, : Prop.
The Domestic Sewing Machine
makes happy wive and tweet'
AH kinds Machine Needles and
Attachments to -make every woman
Guitars to charm with song and
leave a happy smile.
Spcctadcs and Eyeglasses to fit
all sights so that both old and
young may he 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
piiiess. 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.
Office Stationery and Blank
Books, and to complete the happi
ness of all
Buy a Stem Winding, Stem
Setting Nickel Plated Watch,
guaranteed a good timekeeper
UA1LY BULLETIN CO
Atv HetvtvlDK Nf Invokvi l
BOOK AND JOB STOCK
BY KVKKY STKAMKK
Blectric PrlDtine. Office,
Whuru Utey aro fully prepared to do all
kludt ot work In tho latest styles, at
the shortest notice and at the
most Reasonable Rate.
Flue Job Wort Id Colors a Specially
Pay the Printer.
All who disk long-MandliiK account
to the ItUkLKTIH 1'UULtSIIIMO OOMrAY
for udvortlsinK, subscription or print
ing, are requested to pay up Lxfore the
end of J tine. The money belongs to ot
and is needed to meet the coustaul
larno drain for labor aud material re
quired In conducting a dully paper aud
a printing house. We make no threats
but would advise all -iuoriid to htvnl
Tiie Hawaiian Messenger Service
Ih M. Johnson, Manager,
Mutual 699 -TCLEPHONEI-Ball 559
Olttcti In Maionlo lliilld(iiK
Wo are prrpaml to furnish Uniloriutxt
.Mussenxersat all hours, I'lumptnrss aud
sall.fitutloii Kiiarautred, You fin" ui up
aud Me will do the rest.
tmr Hourly ratts 40o. Kor disUuc
rates Me MetMimer'i Map, 1074-Vt