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National Cane Shredder
lATKNTKI UNtlElt I'UK I.AW8 OF THK HAWAIIAN IHI.ANIm
-w a i inir - ' i i t s-i.ufiisvi Ti'T
THiE UNDERSIGNED HAVE BEEN APPOINTED SOLE AOENTH FOK
A theso Shrrdubrs Ami are now pictured to rcceivo ordcri.
Tho groat advantages to be derived from tbc me of the National Uank
Shrkodkk are thoroughly eatabllalwd and acknowledged by Planters
Tho largo number of Planters uulntf tliein in the United States, Cuba,
Argentine Republic, Peru, Australia and elsewhere, bear witness to the
The use of tho Shredder vory largely augments the quantity ol pane ,
the mill can grind (25 to 50), also tho extraction of juice (6 to 12).
It is a groat safeguard, making known at once the presence of any
pieces of iron, stakes from cars, or anything which would be liablo to damagv
the mill, and allowing ample time to remove same before damaging the mill.
Tho Shredder Is very strongly made, and from the manner of its opora
tion it cuts or tears these pieces of wood or iron without often breaking the
tJuREDPKR; and if anything breaks, it is simply some of tho knives or cutters,
which can be quickly and economic ally replaced. Tho Shredder, as its
uatno indicates, tears the cane into shreds of varying lengths, perfectly open
Ing it and allowing tho mill to thoroughly press out tho juices without re
quiring the immeiipo extra power necessary to grind or crush tho whole
cauo. The Siikkddkr spreads the shreddul cane uniformly and evenly to
the mill rolls, and docs away with the necessity of spreading the bagasse by
hand between the mills, where rcgriuding is tu use. No greater amount of
boiler capacity is required to operate the Snrkdder than that which wai
sufficient for the null, for the above reason. We furnish full working
drawings for the installation of our Siihkddkiih, enabling auy competent on
winter to successfully install and start them.
In ordenug Shredders from us, please send small sketch, showing tbi
diameter and width of the mill rolls with which Shredder is to bo connected,
lso the side (either right or left hand as you face the delivery tide of the
mill;, upon which the mill engine In located, also the height (mm tloor liue
to center of (runt mill roll shaft, and distance center this shaft to front end
of bed plate. These Shredderh are now being used by the Ililo Sugar Co.
and Hawi Mill, Kohala, where they are giving great satisfactlou.
gftT Prictis and further particular may bo had by applying to
C11AS. 11 U STACK,
IMi'OltTEK AND DEALER IN
GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, FLOUR and FEED.
Prtita California Roll Batter and Island Batter
0T ALWAYS ON HAND M
lew Goods RKtived bj Ever; Steamer from Sao Francisco.
tW All Orders
Ttd and packed
Lincoln Block, Kino STnirr,
tiiXTH TKIJCI'HONKB 240
Provision Dealers & Naval Supplies
Fretb Goods by Every California 8teaMr.
ICJK - HOUSE - GOODS - A - SPECIALTY.
Islands Oroim Solkuted. jaM tJ Satufaotion Odarantkko.
11. K. MclNTYRE & BRO.,
IMrOKTKKS AND 0CAL.KHS IH
Groceries, - Provisions - and Feed.
Maw Good Received by Kvery Packet from the Kaaiern tifrVt and Kurope.
KKESH OALIFORNIA - PRODUCE BY - EVERY - STEAMER
all Order fslthfiilly attended to and Goods Delivered Mi su
I'mM ot the City KKKK.
ImWli UhliKKS SOLICITSJ) HATWrACTION GfAHAWTaKn,
KAHT IHIKNKH WiHf Ml KING BTKKK'I.
J J EGAN Empire Saloon,
14 Fort Strast
ALWAYS ON HAND THK
Latest Styles in Millinery
-THE LATKbT IN -
White and Colored Wonted Goods
THE MOST COMPLETE STOOK OK
DRY : GOODS
IN THK 01TY
Oresimiklng Done b? Mrs. Renuer.
Aeot to Take Acknowledgments
-WILL ATTEND TO -
MaMoemtDt and Sale of Prupert)
Collecting in All Its Brandies.
No. 42 Merchant titreet,
X3EX.EZ2COXT3a 3 BO.
LAKE COUNTY. OAI.
" Tbe Switzerlaod of America."
Sn'pbiir, Migncili, Soda tod Iron Springs,
Hot Sulphur Bitbi,
tm. Physicians recommend Hipcm Wa
UriTor Liver ami Kidney Dlseates, Itheu- '
matlo ami Wood Troubles.
-4 Ikattuii tU PtoUag.
Tanu: M ( 114 pf Waak. ;
For further informatlon.aiiply to
vgM.itt usiifwau Hum, r
IRWIN & CO., LU.
Wf Aoenli ft the JJnmydnn hlnnth.
1 () oX J78
HstMsctlon aiuranttd tslsmt Oilr
Brr. Fobt ahd Alakka Stbietb.
f o. mix -ur.
$ Retail Grocers
- P. O. HOX 14o
Oornar Hotel k Naaana Streata.
Family Wines and Brandies
POUT n SHERRY
S3 Yeara Old
HI. N, iR.ElQ1T.A-,
IV MANAGER. lim
Rigger & Stevedore,
KHTIMATE8 AND OONTHACT8 ON
ALL KINDS OK WOKK
Tho rft nir W AIM ANA LO' '
Will run reffitlarly between tills port and
Walnlua Kawailiapal. Mokulela, Keawe
mil and I'milkl on the Ialand ol Oalm,
Kor Krulf-ltt, etc., apply to the Captain.
t. iniuire at omce ot j h. walker,
over Hprcofceli' Hank, Fort utreot. H67-tf
CEYLON TEA AND JXWXLKT.
I II KO TO INFOItM THE I' II II I.I C
J thnt I have opened my Store at No. tMl ,
Nuuanii street with L'oyton Manufactured
Jewelry set Willi Jiumes, nappmres, resris,
etc. Just received lome Pure Ceylon Ta
trv It. Also, liidlau Habana and Hanson
Cigars an Inspection of my stock Ii soil-
W. J. AU1UB,
I 4a, M Niaaoo stmt,
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Oiiliu Railway bid Co.
OKKKIW TUB PUHI.ir
Another Great Opportunity
To tocur Hoiom In Ou of ttwi Most
Delightful Localities to b
round In tka Paradlsw
of the Pactflo
Af i health; ruKort Pearl CHy has
already established an enviable reputation.
Many good cltliens In this coinnmnlty
havoaxperlenced the wonderful eltcct pro-1
duoed by a few days sojourn hi that dry, I
cool atmosphere, and give grateful teitl
mony to the relief they have almost In
stantly Rained from severe and long con
I Untied attacks of aKlhma. Physicians
acquainted with the clliuste of I'tarl City
recommend It ana natural anltnriuni
THE WATER SUPPLY
And oail be Increaxtl to meet the neelii of
a population equal to the larjteit city In
Paor. A. 1). Lto.ii ol Oahu Oollea In
oar authority for itatluK that the water
mpply la the imrert yet dlKorerrd In thin
ooa n try.
Special Inducements to Early Settlers:
For ninety dayi from data r will tell
LOTS ON Ul'EUIAL TKHMH farorable U
bona.flde aettleri. For a term of three
mouth from date, lumber and all build
Iqjc material! will be supplied, and deliver
ed at l'earl Olty at much lower price than
erer before obtained.
For further particulars, call at this offlue
orou any of the lumber dealer in this
city. Thoaawho now own lota as wellai
thote who propose to become rctidenta of
that growing- city, will do well to embrace
thin opportunity. Thoie who ami I them
selves of this offer, within the time named,
will be entitled to, ahd will receive the
For a term of ten .years, tbls Company
will carry each residents and their families
from Pearl City to Honolulu In the morn
Int; (arriving a little before seven o'clock,
and from Honolulu to Pearl City In the
evening Iravlug Honolulu station a little
after Ave o'clock , for ton cents each way,
a rate Its than one cent per mile. The
rates on all other passenger trains running
during the day or night will be 1 cents
per mile first class, and I cent r inllti
A good school Is about to be opiiml In
the Peninsula, In the flne, large, new
schooLhouse erected by Mr. J. T. Water
house. Kesidente living at Pearl City
' heights, (above Pearl City station and
those having homes on the Peninsula, will
be allowed to ride free on regular train
I between l'earl City stations to and from
Thoie who want toouullnntOKCiid tlmlr
children to schools in Honolulu, can have
transortatIon on all regular trnln to and
from Pearl City, for tho purpoie of attend
ing school, at five cents each way for each
minll. This In rnual to 'J I to 'ill iiiIIph riiln
' for ten oonte,
Equal inducements' for those desiring to
secure homes in this uountry have novtir
before been nlTered to the public.
This Company has been reqnested from
abroad to name the price of all their un
sold land In that locality.
Should a clearance sale be made to a
syndicate, no opportunity like the prevent
would again occur for the purchase of
homes at Parl City
"A Word to tbe Wise is
OAHU RAILWAY & LAND GO,
II. K. 1)1 LUNCH AM,
THE NEW PILOT CHART.
A Beacon Light for Ships Through
Stormy Seas and Hidden Beefs.
Tliore wns general rejoicing ntnong
ship-owners and merchants jester
day, for the welcome news was
given out by tho Branch Hydro
graphic Ofhce in tho Merchants'
Exchange that tho first copies of the
pilot chart of the ortn raciuc
had arrived. For months past the
California delegation has been on.
deavoriug to get au appropriation
from Congress of SIO.OOO to issue tho
chart. The bill was passed by tho I
lower house, but it has not yet been ;
passed by the Senate. That it will
bo passed seems to bo protty certain, ,
and the Hydrographfc Ofllco at
, Washington has issued tho chart in
anticipation of getting tno money.
Of courso if tho money is not forth
coming there will bo no chart for
tho coming mouth.
Great credit is dun the branch of
fice hero, for Liotttennut Iiurnott
and his assistant have worked as
siduously since the first of the year
to gather tho data for tho chart.
To tho merchants and thoso inter
ested in shipping they left the work
of urging upon Congress tho neces
sity of tho appropriation. Never
doubting that tho money would bo
appropriated they worked with a
will. Letters woro addressed to cap
tains and otlicers of vossols in port,
to owners of steamers and coast wise
schooners; in fact to every one who
could furnish tho slightest scrap of
meteorological information. During
'Change hour Clerk McMillan button-holed
every shin captain who
nut in an appearance and
him to tho Uydrographio flloe,
Routes between all points in tbo Pa
cific woro asked for, and finally sufli
cient enthusiasm was aroused to at
tract the attention of all shipping
mon, who becamo for tho notice as
sistants to tho Uydrographio Oilico.
bvory sailor hail tils own idea of
tho best route from point to point, i
and the oilico was deluded with au
swers to every iuqtiiry son I out.
From tbo mass of correspondence,
it was tho business of the oilico to
select tho best authenticated in
formation and forward it to Wash
ington, where the chart was pro
pared. llie lirst Issue, while far from be- ,
lug complete, is well worth tho tiuio ,
asil InltM miiktil II I I luiaal
sncl, Wns the judgment proiiotiuced '
uuu iuuui nivui' ui'uu ii t tuunv
, those who saw it Tho iufornia
tion in rulinbli, IxioatiKu tho ilntn nro
furuinht'd by thoo who travorged
tho ri'Kionn whoso ulinrnutcriatiu
motooroloL'y is indicated. Ttio chart
i iiicoiiiilcU', bwaufto of tho limit
ed nuinlicr of nhnurvatioiiH in tiufru
iiuuiitcd portions of tho oOcau. lu
tlioaoiilliwoMiirri portion thureourda
of winds and weather have Ixmiu loo
emit to w arrant a forecast. To
tiiako nil this deficiency masters of
vessels In the Pacific am urged to
supply thumselvei with blank forms
for rueords when leaving port. They
are requested earnestly to fill lu tho
blanks with their obnorvAtions and
forward thorn to auy of the branch
lmlrographie olllcc indicated on
the chart. Tho ill led -in forms will
be forwarded free of charge by tho
Uuited States Consul at auy port.
"While it is important that every
thing appertaining to unfrequented
port ions of the ocean bo gathered."
said Mr. McMillan yesterday, "it Is
fully as important that the meteo
rology of tho frequented portions
bo thoroughly known. This is what
wo have aimed at doing. Wo have
gathered all the information possible
in regard to prevailing winds, cur
rents, fogs, storms and similar char
acteristics. Wo have endeavored to
layout the best routes at this time
of tho year and set down what I
meteorological conditions exist. This
is but tho boL'iiininir. and with the
co-operation, which has been pro
mised, of shipmasters thoro is no
reason why wo should not have in
time as good a pilot chart as that
of tho North Atlantic."
To thoso not interested in ship
ping alTuirs tho importance of such
a chart as has just been issued may
not be apparent, but shipping and
insurance men ami friends of those
who go dowu to tho sea in ships
mournfully allude to tho wrecks
which lino tho coast from South
America to Alaska; which are strewn
along tho shorcH of tho islands of
tho raeifie; which are turuod bot
tom up in tho Japan sea; to hand
some steamers the bones of which
are bleaching ou the rocks in tho
China sea. and to the number of
vessels which hao been lost in mid-
ocemi anil ntner Leant from. All
these mutely teotify to the need of
some greater safeguards against tho
perils of tho mighty deep. The
pilot chart foretells the weathor
conditions likely to happen duriug
the month for which it is issuod in
tho regions to be traversed, It
shows the liost course for the navi
gator and tolls him what to expect;
where a current may be looked for,
a fog found or a storm encountered.
MosideB the chart furnishing all tho
meteorological conditions, every
kuowu rock, reef and island is also
set dowu and ovory reported derelict
marked out. hi all it is the greatest
safeguard against danger and tho
best guide in tho interest of com
merce that could bo devixod Shu
Fame ttt o Chronicle
A home kinked 11. S. Shaefer, of
the Freeiuter House, Middloburg,
N. Y., on the kuee, which laid him
up in bed and caused tho kuee joint
to become stiff. A friend recom
mended him to use Chainberlnin'i
Fain Halm, which he ditl, ami in two
days wus hIiIo to be nrotiuil. Mr.
Shaefer has recommended it to
many others and sas It in excellent
for auy kind of a bruise or sprain.
This same remedy is also fumous for
its cures of rheumatism For sale
by all dealers, Benson, Smith A:
Co., Agents for the Hawaiian
GO TO THE ANOHOH SALOON,
W I U.l AM OI'NNIMUIAM, MAN
hl'1 r id din Am hor hnloon, l koiii
Inn up with lli tlmrs At the Anuhor )on
can "wet )our')' with an U)ilor Cock
tail and wah It down with a Kredorioka
Itid Ur. Utsr Cocktails a spscialty.
The following testimonial
has been received from a pro
minent plantation owner and
Honolclv, H. 1., May 29, 18l.
Pacific Uabdwah Co. L'd, Honolulu.
Yon ask my opinion of Lucol as a 1'atnt
I have experimented with Lucol Oil for
outside and inside work, alio on iron work. I
painting my vacuum pan, machinery and
l.k.lf...t. !. I. .,! .I.A MrtW lift
I.X1IMIIUKM.I ITI.U IIU MW iwoi". .-
been most satisfactory. It dries harder,
ninkci a better finish, soes farther and
more satisfactory In every way than lin
seed oil. ...
Certain paint work which was always
sticky with linseed oil, dried hard when
Lucol Oil was nsed.
Youry truly, Aco. Drum
Direction for Use.
Use Lucol in every respect in the
same manner as you would linseed
on, witii iiih single exception mat you
may add fully one-quarter more Lu
cot. 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 paint at kaxt
one day before it Is to be uml, then
add a third more Lucol. and tlieptiiul
i will l)e lountl to cover well ami nave
I a good gloss.
NEVKH U8E JAl'ANb.
Where hard surfaces such as tltmrs.
stops, etc., are required use litharge
only, never uso Japans.
LUCOL MIXES WITH VAR
NISHES and aoslsta their working and im
proves tiieir appearauco rut tiiev
SHOULD UK UHKD BAMK DAY TIIEV ARK
mixku, otherwise the gum of the var
nish may bo precipitated or the mix
Tbo addition of from to A "f !''
COL to varnishes docs not reduce their
lutro nor retard their hardening and
drying and it prevents their cracking
Agents for tbe Hawaiian Island
Fancy Dress Ball
- OK THE
Monday Evening, Aug. 6.
I'lm l'ruu-8l!U Dress, by J. J.
for .Mont Original Kuumlo Costume.
Second Prize Etching Gold Frame, by
the I'nultlc Hardware Co., lor Dest 1'omale
Third I'rUe Kaiiuy Iliiiit;in Ump, by
Hawaiian Hardware Co., for Hundiuimcjt
Fourth I'rize Student l.ami
in, lij entitle
iV coolco, for Heat Gentleman
Fifth I'rlH-Silver Vase, by E. O. Hull
A. boil, for Hoit Lady Dancer.
Sixth I'rlzo-Golil rhann, by E. A. Jacob
noil, for Mobt Original Mule Coitniiie.
Bevt-nlh I'rUe Gold Scarf Kin, by H. F.
Wiuliman, for licit Male Character Con
tinue. Eighth I'rizo-I'alrof SllpiH-r, by Manu
facturing Bhue Co., forSi-cond Uesl Female
Ninth Krlte-Hat, by Tracy, for HeM
Hard l lines Cottume by Gentleman.
Tenth i'rize-I'hoto. Album, bv Hawaiian
Nowh Co., for Het Hnrd Time's Cottumu
Eleventh I'rlto-ashirU, li- Midlls. for
Second llest Male Churuuter Costumn.
Twelfih I'rize Hottle l'orfuine. by Hen
sou Smith t Co., for Second llckt I.udy
)MMITTEE OP AIlllAXaKMKNTS:
Joseph I.. Curter, Chairman j I,. M.
Johiibon, J. EllliiKer, 11. Zerlie. Ed. Towre.
K. II. McBtocker, Chairman; E. O,
White, 1'.. A. JanobMiu, Wm Eaton, Krut.
Itjons, J. J. Eau.
Gen ( . Sirutemeyer.
J. II. Kinder, John Kidwell, Clm.
Hawkimt, I.. C. Abies, J 6 Martin, J, K.
J. W I'ratt. T. K. Sevcrln, I Walter
Jones, 'I hoi. Wall,
I. T Kenske,
Tickets Admitting GeDlleman and Lsdlos
Ran b Procarai Iron any Maubar ol
'"DAI NIPPON " I
Hotel Street (Arlington Block)
Jnst Kecelved another Involve of
Japanese Fancy Goods
- and -
Plain and Figured 811k and Cra.
for Ladies anil
Plain 811k and Embroidered
Silk and Cotton Kimonos
811k Fan Cnhlon,
Embroidered 811k Tea Cote,
Table Covers, lied Covers,
Bilk Bashes. Neckwear.
Beautiful China Ware!
fislsd Bowls, Bon-bon Dlxhes, I
Plates, Etc., Etc, Etc. i
m m w
STYIO HTU) C J aCKGtS I
811k and Cotton Fatama.
Kngi, Elegant Lamp Bhades,
Uamboo Cane, Lunch Ilaikets,
Damboo Valise. Japano rrayf,
Etc., Etc., Etc., Etc.
Mrs. J, P, P. Collaco, Proprietress,
Klll.l. LINK OK
Japanese .' Goods I
Silk and Cotton Dre.3 Goods,
- OK COMPLETE HTOOK -
I Made by Yamntoya of Yokohama.
I tTa When you aru In nred of any line '
, of Japanese Hoods, give us ttrsl call and j
iavc going all around town.
30Q 3Tort St nsu Custom ZIoum
THIS SPACE IS RE
Pioneer Furniture Co.
Mound ll I KIiik Strt-rl
REMOVAL NOTICE I
A. F. Medeiros & Go.
Will remove to their new headquarters
ON Oil AllOUT JULY 18 f.
Perfect Pit Guaranteed.
Notice of Removal I
AKTKK JULY 1st. THE
KJ Ollke of
I he I'EOI'LE'S ICE X HE-
FHIOEKATING CO. will be at the
Factory, Beretania Street,
HOTH TEI.EI'HONES IftS.
L. O. AHLKS,
6 TO 9 .A.. ML.
Do not forget the time to ring up
152 - Mutual Telephone -152.
I. t BTJK,OEJ3S
Is still prepared to repair Garden Hone,
Biirlnklers, Water Taps, Kllln
snaritemng an kiuuh tooin
ing Knives and HuUsom.
Ijiwii Mowers a
siei'lslty. Also Hettil))!
Glaus, in fact all
railed for and n-
Comer King .k Nuuauu bts.
how, Woi.tku, ; t i t Muiiager.
Finest of Wines & Liquors
billiard 4c Bunding Room
rKltIC TO fATKOKN.
sa-x,,-'.A.x. tt:xtitxxoxt-b: 373.
1 big to lulorm Sporting Men and the
General Kiibllu that I am prepared to He
pair and ileimvutii every deaorlitln of
Firenrmn Guns, l(lllu ami llevolvem
skilllmly Ite.ktiK.'keil, llliielugand lliown
Ing domi in any shade. Klrul-rlu work
insunhlp giiarnutend. Cuntomurs promptly
UNION bTKEET, HONOLULU.
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W. P. Reynolds, : Prop.
The Domestic Sewing Machine
i makes happy wives and sweet'
i All kinds Machine Needles and
I Attachments to make every woman
Guitars to charm with song 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 matt
the business man happy.
Tennis Supplies to assist young
I men and maidens to achieve hap
Purses and Card Cases to make
your best girl happy.
Wallets and Pocket Books to
J make your best fellow happy.
! Baseball Supplies to make "our
j boys" happy.
i Visiting Cards and Society
, Stationery to convey happiness.
Office Stationary and Blank
Books, and to complete the happi
ness of all
Buy a Stem Winding, Stem
Setting Nickel Plated Watch,
guaranteed a good timekeeper
Corner Nuuinu & Hotel Street.
New Goods! New Goods!
KEUEIYKI) 11Y EVERY BTRAMEK.
Silk Dress Goods,
- AM. COIXJltH-
JAPANESE SILK CRAPE,
t'laln and Brocaded:
JAKANK8E COTTON OH APR.
Silk Shirts ud Night Shirtt,
811 s ItlousoN. Bilk Neckties.
Haudkrrchtal. Hhawls, Bashes,
Hosiery and Uhemlsaa,
110 UUU VUttUU UI1UUUU0 s
Japanese Trays, llamboo Boreens.
Tea Sets, Flower l'ots, Kto., Kto.
Prices Cheaper than Ever 1
Ileg to Inform the public that they
have ojieuod a
Branch Store at Ho. 322 Hnnano Strut,
Where they carry a complete Una of
IIEDKOOM BETH, 0HA1RB,
8TANDB, Etc., Etc., Etc.
Fnrnltura Repaired and Genaral JokUig
I Reaaoaablt Rttea.
V1NG FAT CHAN,
.122 Nuuauu Stnxii.
Old Stand Swept Away.
1AM BT1LL KUEKAltEI) TO BUKKK
Intend. Kecoustruct, or build anythini
in-longing to the Uullding Trade,
StV All orders left with John Noit,
King street, will las promptly attended to.
. V. LTNCOLN.
A : NEW :
The Hawaiian Messenger Service
lu M, Joiinko.n, Manager.
UDtual SOS TELEPBOMBa-Iall 56U
OMUe lu Masonlu UulldluK.
We are prepared lo furnish Uniformed
Messenger at all hours. Kromptnersaud
tatlfuciloii guaranteed. You ring us up
slid we will do the rest.
ttsr- Hourly rates 40o. Kor distanue
rule sri MetHeiwer'H Map. IU7t-tf
6. E. BOARDMAN,
HOLE AGENT KlIH