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National Cane Shredder
PATRNTKII UNIIBHTHK LAWS
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THE UNDER8IONED HAVE BEEN APPOINTED SOLE AOENT8 FOK
these Shbkddkrs ami are now prepared to receive orders.
The great advantages to be derived from the use of the National Oamk
Smkeodeb are thoroughly established and acknowledged by .Planters
The large number of Planters usIuk them in the United States, Cuba,
Argentine Kopubllc, Peru, Australia and elsewhere, bear witness to the
The use ol the Bhrkddkr very largely auemeuU the quantity ol cane
the mill can grind (25 to 60), also tho
it is a great safeguard, making
pieces or iron, stakes from cars, or anything which would be liable to dumag
the mill, and allowing ample time to remove same before damaging the mill
I lie bhrkddkr is very strongly made, and mini tuo manner ol its opera
tion it cuts or tears these pieces of wood or iron without often breaking the
Bhrkddkr; and if anything breaks, it is simply some of the knives or cutters,
which can be quickly and economically replaced. Tho Bhrkddkr, as iU
name indicates, tears tho cane into shreds of varying lougths, perfectly open
ing it and allowing the mill to thoroughly press out tho juices without re
quiring the immense extra power necessary to grind or crush the whole
cane. The Shrkddku spreads the shredded cane uniformly and evenly to
tho mill rolls, and docs away with the urceitsity of spreading the bagasse by
baud between the mills, where rcgrinding is in use. No greater amount of
boiler capacity is required to operate tho Bhrkddkr than that which wai
sufficient (or the null, for the abovo reasons. We furnish full working
drawings for the installation of our Hiirkddkhb, enabling any competent on
hirer to successfully innUll and start them.
In ordering Hiireddkrh from us, plertse send snull sketch, showiug th
ttiauiuter and width of the mill rolls with which Hhhkddkk is to be connected,
tso the side (cither right or left hand as you faco tho delivery sido of the
mill;, upon which the mill engine is located, also the height from floor line
to center of front mill roll shaft, and distance center this shaft to front end
of bed plate. Those Hhrkddkrm are now being used by tho Uilo Sugar Co.
and Hawi Mill, Kohala, where they are giving great satisfaction.
0F Price and further particulars may be had by applying to
WM. Q. IRWIN & CO., LU.
U-ll Ait AlnUfor tlr llaiUnn bbtvU
IMPORTER AND DEALER IN
GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, FLOUR and FEED.ir,mmendta,.nM..r.iMiuri..m
Prwb CalUornit Roll Batter ind toltii Batter
0T ALWAYS ON HAND .jr
lew Goods Recelred by Every Steamer from Sao Francisco.
mm All Orders faithfully attend to.
ullclted and packed with cam.
Lincoln Block, Ki.no STRkrr,
BOTH TKLKPUONEB B40
Importers, Wholesale d Retail Grocers
Provision Dealers & Naval Snppliei
FrMk Goods by Efary Calilonlt Steaaer.
ICE - HOUSE - GOODS - A - SPECIALTY.
laLANDO OaDCU SOUCITUD. J& 0" SATUrAOTION OOAsUNTIKU.
IL. K. McliNTYRE & BUO.,
iMrORTiaa and dkaluui m
Groceries, - Provisions - and - Feed.
New Goods Keoeivt by Every Packet from the Kaitrn Uutea and Kurope.
ITtiRSH OALIFOIiNIA - PRODUCE - BY EVEKY - STEAMER
All Orders faithfully attended to and Goods Delivered to- nj
Part of the Oily FUKK.
IlilUNti OaiiCHA SoUOlTUt SATUrAOTKIM ()l'AatWTKD,
KABT fMKMKH KuKT NI KIND HTKKKTH,
J. J. EGAN
8 14 Fort Stri
ALWAYS" ON HANI) THE
Uteit Styles in Millinery
-TUK l,ATRdT IN -
White art Colored Wonted Goods
THB MOST COMPIJJTK 8T00K OK
DRY : GOODS
IN THK OITY
Ureumiklog Done b) Mrs. Keounr. ,
AKent to Take Acknowledgments
-WILL ATTEND TO -
MtHjeiient and Sale of Propen)
Cilltcting in All Its Branches.
Orrioat No. 42 Merchant BtreeU
TXLEFUOtTS 3 BO.
I.AKK COUNTY, UAI.
"The Siiturland of America."
8a'bor, MiliHlit Sodi and Iron Springs,
Hot Sulphur Bstbi,
fJNpA Pbyilclatis rerommend Uioio Wa
urslor Llrer and Khluey Dlsrat, lllirn.
matlo and illood Troubles.
a4 MMttM u4 nJi.
Tama: IN to IU pr WMk.
aMT kui further iBforiuatloD.apuly to
,iftf-Iu Uaiitwato lUtaj, i r
OH THK HAWAIIAN IBLANIifl
7, -& i!)
extraction of juico (6 to 12)
o to dumagt
known at once tho presence
P O BOX SW
HatljfaotloD gnarsnUwd. llml Onterv
Bui. Pobt and Alakba STRirra
V O. BOX -tC
P. O. BOX it
(lorasr Hotel ft Maaaia Straate.
Family Wines and Brandies
S3 Years Old
HI. 1ST. REQUA,
10-JU MANAOKIt. 10m
Rigger & Stevedore,
KHTIMATKB AND OONTHAOTB ON
MA. KINDS OK WORK.
Will run rejjuiarly betwetm this port and
WnlaluA, Kawalliaial. Mokulela, Keawe
mil and I'aulkl on the Island of Oahu.
Kor Freight, eta., apply to the Captain.
. Inquire at otflcit of J. B. Walker,
orer Hpreokrls' Hank, Kort street, loi-tf
OEYLON TEA AND JXWXLBY.
1IIKO TO INKOllM THK PUUI.IU
that I hare opened my Htnre at No. tfti
Nuuann street with l!eylon Manufactured
Jewelry set with Kublei, Sapphires, Pearls,
eto. Just reoalnd some Pure Oeylon Tea
try It. Also, Indian Habana and Danson
Cigar. An I in poet Ion of my stock Is soil
etud, W. J. sUDstIB,
mi , m Naaaaa Ut,
Mi Railway 4 Land Co.
opkkks thk ubi.k1
Aootber Great Opportunity
To ncur Hoi
In Ou of thi Moat
Delightful Localities to be
Found la the JParadla
of th Pociflo.
At healthy resort Pearl City aas
already established an enviable reputation.
Many good citlteni In this community
have experienced the wonderful fleet pro
duced by a few days sojourn In that dry,
cool atmosphere, and give grateful testi
mony to the relief they have almost In-
I itantly gained from severe and long con
tinued attack of asthma. Physicians
acquainted with the cllmatoof Prarl City
TUB WATER SUPPLY
And oan be Increased to inemt the needs of
a popalatlon equal u the larirest city in
Faor. A. 0. Lvosa of Oahu CoIIk h
oar authority for bUUuk that the water
supply la the uurest yet dlscovr red In this
Special Inducements to Early Settlers:
Kor ninety days from date we will sell
LOT8 ON SPECIAL. TERMS favorable to
bona.Qde settlers. Kor a term of thro
months from date, lamber and all build
tag materials will be supplied, and deliver
ed at Pearl City at much lower price than
ever before obtained.
Kor further particulars, call at thia office
or on any of the lumber dealers in this
city. Tboee who now own lots as well as
those who projiose to become resident of
that icrowluK city, will do well to embrace
this opportunity. Those who avail them
selves of this offer, within the time named,
will be entitled to, ahd will receive tho
Kor a term of ten years, this Company
will carry such residents and their families
from Pearl City to Honolulu In the morn
lux (arriving a little before seven o'clock,
and from Honolulu to Pearl City In the
evening leaving Honolulu station a little
after five o'clock , for ten cents each way,
a rate less than one cent per mile. The
rates on all other passenger trains running
during the day or night will be )i cents
per mile ttrat class, and 1 cent per mile
A good school is about u be opened in
the Peninsula, In the tine, large, new
school.honse erected by Mr. J. T, Water
house. Residents living at Pearl City
heights, above Pearl City station! and
those having lioiuei ou the Peninsula, will
be allowed to rldo free on regular trains
between Pearl City stations to and from
Thow) who want to continue to vend their
children to sahools iu Honolulu, can have
transportation on all regular trains to and
from Pearl City, for the purpose of attend
ing school, at live cetits each way fur each
pupil. This Is epial to i to 2l iiiIIpm rlilt
for ten cents.
Equal inducements for those desiring to
secure homes in this country have never
before been otlered to the public
This Company has been reiuentn from
abroad to name the prire of all their un
sold land In that locality.
Should a clearance sale be made lo a
syudlcate, no opportunity like the present
would again occur for the pnrnhase of
homes at Pearl City.
"A Word to the Wise is
OAHU RAILWAY & LAND GO,
1$. K. DILLINGHAM,
lUft u Oeaeral Maaaaer,
THE OBKAT PLAGUE.
Btlll Spreading British Warship
The steamer Oceanic arrived yes-.
terday from Hongkong and Yoko- (
nam a, DriuRmp; iurtuer particulars ,
regarding the plaguo in Canton and
Purser Tuttlo says that tho discaso
is spreading rapidly and that 150,000
peoplo have recently loft Hongkong.
Thoy wont away in steamors, earn
pans and all manner of things that
At Canton the total number of
deaths is estimated at 120,000. Dead
bodies do not rcceivo a decent
burial, but are thrown into pits
partly filled with lime. Tho latest
reports from Canton city aro that
tho plague thero has about spent its
Other districts aro suffering still
and superstition is rife. Near Can
ton two American women, nttachoes
of the American Presbyterian Mis
sion, wero attacked by a mob be
cause thoy tried to aid two uativet
who had been stricken down iu tho
The heathens thought that the
ladies caused tho men to tlio and at
tacked thotn with stones. Tho wo
men, whoso name are Miss Fulton
and Mrs. Hayes, wero nearly killed
boforn rescued by the police.
Thero is great excitement over tho
outrage. Thoro was no United
States warship in port, so tho British
gunboat Hattlor steamed to the bar-1
bor, and offered protection to all
English and American residents. ,
Some of tho natives of Hongkong
think that tho cable road recently
I built there caused tho plague, while
I others declare that a certain French
j provincial Governor camo especially
to the country to ue.uroy it.
While tho Oceaulc was in port at
Hongkong coolies wore dying in the
streets and on the wharves. Tho
German mail steamers and tho
French mail steamers will not laud
at tho docks, but instead trausfer all
their passengers by lighters. Call.
A BAILOR'S HARD LUCK.
On of tho Hospor'a Grow Caught by
a Half-Xnterost Swindler.
Hans Olson, who was one of the
witnesses niruiust tho Husper crowd
of murdorors. St. Clair, bparf and
Hansen, hns liad a very sorry expo-,
rieuco. hi Hi the trial ol tho trio
was ponding ho was dutniuod on
Alcttra. inland, receiving $1 a day
while he was on the rock. When tho
sailor camu out ho hail more mouey
than he over liau Doiore, there Deinir
C-Mtft .....!.... lo I.!... M..... i..L
I i,An, wiiiiiiii i mill, vyiri'ii. uu la
a cook by profession, tiiouglit that
ue would remain ashore lor the rest
of his life.
He wont to tho Sailors' Homo, and
whilo there saw nu advertisement
offoriuf? a half-interest in a restau
rant. Olseu immediately repaired
to a Fourth st rout ollli'o mentioned
in the advertisement ami was in
duced to part with fl40 of his
money. It was tho same old uame,
the, half-interost awindle, ami tho
maii who took his money ho never
saw ntraiu. Ho mannc'ed to got hack
$20 from tho "clerk" in the olllcp.
and Captain Staples of the Sailors
Home got back $20 nioro for him
yesterday moruiufr. Then Olsen
shipped as cook on tin' S. X. Castle.
Ho wants no more restaurants.
OOKPLIMENTARY TO ENOLAND
Tbe Hewaton Oaao Arousos the Elo
quo n co of Bayard.
London. July 4. Embassador Bay
ard at a dinner uirou to-day nt tho
Savoy by Conhul-Guiunal 1 S. Col
lins of tho United Slates, rofirriui;
to General John Howslon of Cali
fornia, whom tho Qrauil Jury redis
ed to indict for causiui? tho ueath of
George burton, an itinerant uitisi
cian, and who sat on tho right of tho
American .Minister, said:
"What has excel Iml the kindness
and hospitality of HugalndT Where
baa greater justice been found! We,
although not asking favors, ac
knowledge with tho greatest grati
tudo tho iustico of this groat nation.
This it is that bears us across tho
ocean to each othor. Let us beconio
rivals with Great Britain iu kiudli
ncs and justice. Let us be rivals in
only what elevates our nation."
After tho baud had pluyed "Hail
Columbia" CoiiHul-Geueral Collins
responded to Mr. Bayard's speech,
saying that ho was sure it oxpnwd
the feeliugs of tho American "Exiles"
Last Juuo, Diuk Crawford brought
his twelve mouths old child, sutler
iug from infantile (liurrhoua, to me.
It had boon weaned at four months
old aud being sickly ovory thing ran
through it like water through a
sieve. I guvo it the usual treatment
in such eases but without beuofit.
Tho child kept growing thinner un
til it weighed but little more than
whon born, or perhaps ten pounds
I thou started tho father to giving
Chamberluin'a Colic, Cholera and
Diarrhcea Hemedy. Before one bot
tle of the 25 cent size had been used.
n marked improvement was seoii and
its continued use cured the child.
Its weakness aud puny constitution
disappeared aud its father and my
self believe the child's life was saved
by this Hemedy. J. T. iUnr.ow, 11.
D., Tamaroa, 111. For sale by all
dealers. Beacon, Smith & Co.,
Vgniits for Hi Hawaiian Islands.
In a recent lecture. Dr. Colin, a
German scientist lliltktrUihe An
z'ijfr),b!)i that poor illiuninntiou
is often the cnu-o of uenr-oighted-ness.
Tho minimum inteusily of
illumination that should be used for
reading is 10-metre candlo about
the iutouiiit) of one caudle at n ilis
tanco of one foot. Daylight nt nu
oon tvindow is equ d lo about thirty
times this. In Ln Nature, Henry
gives a muuberof interesting iigurim
bearing on tho same subject. He
estimates that normal dut light
equals fifty caudles nt ouo metro,
aud tho full light of the situ, oO.IKX) ,
candies at mo same iiiMnnco, rno
smallest illiimlnatloii that tho ore
can detect is equal to that given by
out candle at a distance of uoarly
threw and out half tuilui.
The following tcutitnonia)
has been received from a pro
minent plantation owner and
HoNOUiuj, M. I., May 2, IhVt.
Pacific Hakdwasb Co. Id, Honolulu.
Yon ask my opinion of I.ucol an Paint
I have experimented with Lncol Oil for
outside and Inside work, alio on Iron work,
painting my vacuam pan, machinery and
ccntrlfugala, with It and the result has
been moil satisfactory. It dries harder,
make 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 hard when
Lunol Oil was nsed.
Yonry truly, Aro. Dim (a.
Direction for Use.
Use Lucol in every respect in the
same manner as you would linseed
oil, with th single exception that you i
may add fully ono-quartor more Lu
col to the name quantity of pigment I
than you would of linseed. t
In using metallic, Venetian red, the I
ochres, and other dry pigments, it ii .
advisable lo mix up the paint at leant ,
! one day before it is lo be used, then
add a third more Lvcol and the p.iiut
, will be found lo cover well unit have
a good gloss.
NEVER U8E JAPANb.
Wlirrc hard surfaces such as tluorn.
stops, etc., aro required list UthitrKi'
only, never uso Japaus.
I.U001. MIXE8 WITH VAR
HusictN their working and Ini
proves their aiiiieantnco hut tiikv
8IIOUI.U UK UflKl) BAMK DAY T1IRV AIIK j
mixed, otliorwiso tho gum of tho var
nish may bo precipitated or the mix
Tho addition of from J to A of Lit-
col lo varnishes does not reduce their I
hntro nor retard their hardening and
drvinit and it prevunta tlioircrarkii:
Agents for tbe Hawaiian Islands ;
Fancy Dress Ball
Honda; Evening, Aug. 6.
First I'nze-Sllk Dress, by J. J. Kan,
for Most OrlKlnal Femalu Costume.
bevonil Prize Etch Ins Qoltt Frame, hy
the 1'uulllu UardHure Co., for Ilest Female
Third Prize Funoy liunglni; Lamp, hy
Hawaiian Hardware Co., fur Handsomest
Fourth Prize-Student Lamp, hy Castle
A. Cooke, tor liest (luntleman Uuucer.
Fifth Prize-Silver Vute, hy E. 0. Hull
A Son, for Hctt Lndy Dancer.
for Most Original Mulu Costume.
Heventh 1'rlzo-llold Buarf l'ln, by II. F.
Wluhiuan, for lteit Male Character Cos
tume. Eighth Prize- Pair of Slippers, hy Mann
factiirliiKSIuio l'(i.,forKeonmllieni Kimiale
Ninth Prize Hat, by Trnoy, for Ilest
Hard 'limes Coitume by Gentleman.
Tenth Prlzo-I'hoto. Album, hy Hawaiian
Nuws Co., for Ilest Hard Times Costume
Eleventh Prlze-3 Shirts, by Mellli. for
Second Ilest Male Character Continue.
Twelfth Prize Bottle Perfnino. by Hen
son Smith X Co., for Second llest Lady
COMMITTEE OP ARKANOtJIENTH!
Joseph L. Carter, Chairman! L. M.
Johnson, J. Elllu!er, II. erbu. Ed. Towre.
F. II. McStncker, Chairman; E O.
White, E. A. Jacobsou, Win Eaton, Prof.
Ljous, J. J. Euan.
ilea, 0, Utratemeyer.
J. 11. Klitber, John Kidwull, Clin.
Hawkins, L.O.Abies, J. S Martin, J K,
i look committee:
J. W Pratt. T. P. bHvcrln, J. Waller
Jones, Tbos. Wall.
I. T Kmiaku,
Tickets Admitting Genilemarj and Ladles
Oia bt Kroeuraa (rea an Mswbtr ol
W IU It IKW U i
If ills A lilj II 111 Vv vU.
HoftI Street (Arlington Block)
Jnsl Received nnothcr Invoice of
Japanese Fancy Goods
- AND -
Plain and Flgnred Silk and Crape.
OHM GOWNS "tfgz?
Plain 811k and Embroidered.
I Silk and Cotton Kimonos
Bilk Fans, Cushions,
Embroidered Bilk Tea Colr
Table Covers, lied Covers,
Bilk Sashes. Neckwear.
Btfautiful China Ware!
Batsd Howls, Uon-bon Dishes,
Plates, Etc., Etc., Etc.
Smoking Jackets !j
8llk and Cotton Painnm.
UAJTxXXaJCiuJCi oUuSJCuQio I
Kags, Elegant Lamp Bhndes,
Uauiboo Canes, Lunch Haskets,
Uamboo Vatlees. Japanese Trays,
Ktr Etc., Etc., htc.
Mrs. J. P. P. Collaco, Proprietress.
- Plll.l. LINK til'
i n j 1
lAMIIflSAV tOMIS !
Silt and Cottoo Diea Goods,
,., . , . m i
Villr I ifinri iiiii I piim Vlllltfv
ft IK. LUlCll 11 U I liUl Ullll IN
-OK COMPI.KTK HTOi'K -
Made hy Yautnloya of Yokohaiua, i
When j on are In need of any Hue
of JapnneM) (ioods, give us first
call ati'l I
av going all around town.
SOO 3Tort Ot., xiasvx Cvxotomi XCou.e
California Fruit Market,
Tornnr KIiij; iV Alaken Stu.
lly Kvery Hteaumr from Han Kran.
Fresh Fruit, OyBtors,
Kto. Kin., V.Ku, Kic.
REMOVAL NOTICE 1
I A. F. Medeiros & Co.
Will remove to their new headquarters
ON OK AJKiUT JULY IBT.
Perfect Fit Guaranteed.
Notice ol Removal I
AFTEK JULY 1st. THE
J I (Illce of
the PEOPLE'S ICE A HE-
FUIQEKATINU CO. will be at the
Faotoiy, Berotania Stroet,
IIOTH TELEPHONES 1W.
L. C. ABLES,
Itesldenue Telephones -Hell .'13, Mutual
Drawing and Painting.
n. Howard Hitchcock
Drawing uud Palming taught by tlie lat
est European iiietluxls. 1'lat.rcb every Weil
nehday uud bainrdii) foruunon from H a, u.
to 12 noon.
fssV Isboiis fur Private Pupils in sw
cial liueM of work also Kiveii.
- Tlio btudlo will be open to visitors
Iriiluj Hfiurnooii. luvtf
6 TO 9 .A.. "ML.
Do mil forKct the time to rliiK up
152 -Mutual Tolenbono-152.
14. in, J3TJ-K.Cr2DSS
Is still preiiurml to mkilr Uardeu lluon.
SptluLlers, water Tups, HIIuk Haws and
HhnrpeuillK ail Muds tools, luuliidliik' I'nrv.
Iiik Knives and HnUsori, Uiwn Miivvers u
siieuialty. Also Hettlut; Ol.itts, In fart all
lltidiiof Jidililn Work mlliil fur uii'l rn
lliniMl urN If
! PACIFIC HOTEL
i Coruur hiiiH ,V Nmiaiiu bis.
Kim Woi.rr.u, Muuiier.
Fiuest oi Wiaes & Liquors
Billiard & IloucUug Room
VUKK 10 rATMIK.
xcrxvjJ3J r3cx3caaOxr3B 373.
W. F. Reynolds, : Prop.
The Domestic Sewing Machine
makes happy wives and sweet
hearts. All kinds Machine Needlts and
Attachment to make every woman
Guitars to charm with song and
j leave a happy smile.
Spectacles and Eyeglasses to Jit
all sights so that both old and
young may be happy.
Dolls a7id Toys
to make the
Remington Typewriter to make
the business man happy.
Tennis Supplies to assist young
men and maiden to achieve hap
piness. Purses and Card Caes 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
.... - C. II.V..J.-..-
1 "" " """yi uwhi
Mrf Plated Watch,
i guaranteed a good timekeeper
Corner Nuoina 4 Hotel Slrwti.
New Goods! New Goods!
IlKCEIVUD IIY KVKltY bTKAMER.
Silk Dress Goods,
.lAI'ANESE SILK CRAPE,
t'laln ami IlrooadFtl;
JAI'ANKHK COTTON UltAI'K.
Silk Shirts and Night Shirts,
Bilk Illoiiics. Hi Ik Neckties.
Hanilkrrchtrln. Khawls, Bashes,
Hosiery and Ubemlsee,
Japanese Trays, llamboo Screens,
Tea Sets, Flower Pots, Kto., Klo.
Prices Cheaper than Ever I
VING FAT CHAN
fie k to Inform the public that they
have opened a
Branch Store at Ho. 322 Imuuiii Stmt,
Where they carry a complete line ot
IIKDUOOM BETH, CHAIKB,
STANDS, Etc., Etc., KUi.
Pnrnlrora Repalrad tad Otasral Jobklag
at BaaiOMBU BatM.
VING FAT CHAN,
3'J2 Nnoauu Street.
Old Stand Swept Away.
1AM STILL 1'KEl'AUED TO SUl'Klt
lutend, Iteconstruct, or build anything
helongluK to the Uuilding Trade.
All orders left with John Nott.
King street, will be promptly attended to.
. W. LINCOLN.
A : NEW :
Tbe Hawaiian Messenger Service
U M. Joiinnqn, Manager.
Mutual 599-TELEPHOMES-Bell 558
Olllro iu MuhouIo lluildiny,
Wn aro prepared to furnish Uniformed
Mesteiigers at nil hours. Promptness and
nl!lm.tli)n Kuaroiiteed. You ntisc us np
uud we will ilo the rest.
4T- Hourly rates 40o, Kor distance
rat, 14 nee M('Hen'r' MHp. 1074-11
G. E. BOARDMAN,
HOLE AOKNT KlHt