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National Gane Shredder
PATENTED UNORK TUB LAWB OP
THE UNDERSIGNED HAVE BEEN APPOINTED SOLE AGENTS FOH
these Shkbudeks and are now prepared to ruccivo order.
The great advantages to be derived (rum the use of tho National Oabtk
Shrkddeb are thoroughly establislu'd and acknowledged by Planter
The large number of Planters using them in the United States, Cuba,
Argentine Republic, Peru, Australia ud elsewhere, bear witness to the
The uso of the Shkkddkr very largely augments the quantity of cane
the mill can grind (26 to 50), also tho extraction of Juice (6 to 12).
Jt is a great salcinimrU, making
pieces of iron, stakes from cars, or anything which would bo liablo to duma
mill, ana allowitiK annuo time to retnovo same belore damaging tuo mi
The Shrbdukk is very strongly mudo,
tion it cuts or tears theso pieces of wood or iron without often breaking the
Shrkppkr; and if anything breaks, it is simply somo of tho knives or cutters,
which can be quickly and economically replaced. The Shrkpdkk, as its
narao indicates, tears tho cane into shreds of varying lengths, perfectly open
ing it and allowing the mill to thoroughly press out tho juices without re
quiring the immense extra power mcessary to grind or crush tho whole
cane. The Hiikriidkr spreads the shredded cauo uniformly and evenly to
tho mill rolls, And docs away witli the necessity of spreading tho bagasse by
band between the mills, where regriuding is in use. No greater amount of
boiler capacity is required to operate tho Shredder than that which wai
sufficient for tho mill, for tho above reasons. Wo furnish full working
drawings for tho installation of our Shredders, enabling any competent en
gineer to successfully install and start them.
In ordering Surkddehs from us, please send small sketch, showing thi
diameter and width of the mill rolls with which SlikEDDElt ia to bo connoctcd,
also the side (either right or left hand as you face tho delivery side of the
mill;, upon which tho mill engine is located, also tho height from door line
to center of front mill roll shaft, and dUtanco center this shaft to front end
of bed plate. There Shredders aro now being used by tho Hilo Sugar flw.
and Hawi Mill, Kohala, where they aro giving great satisfaction.
jfJsT" Prices and furthor particulars may bo had by applying U
WM. G. IRWIN & CO., LU,
-tC-tl Unit Aamlt for tht llaunlinn ItlnnAt.
I M POUTER AND DEALER IN
GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, FLOUR and FEED.
Prtth California Roll Butter and Island Batter
gMT ALWAYS ON HAND 3
let (tods Mid by Every Steamer (rom Sio Frudsca
fSS All Urdsrs faithfully attend
solicited and packed wltli care.
Lutooui Block, Kino Street,
DOTH TELEPHONES S0
Provision Dealers It Naval Supplies
Freeh Goods by Eery California Bteaaer.
1CK - HOUSE - GOODS - A - SPECIALTY.
Islaxm Ordebs Solicited, jft fjMF" Satisfaction Gdabanteeo.
II. K. MulNTYKE St BUG.,
mrOBTMH ANI OCAUtM 0
Groceries, - Provisions - and - Feed.
New Goods flnoelvvd by Every Packet (rom the Eastern Btateit and Kurope.
KKF.SU - CALIFORNIA - PRODUCE BY - EVERY STEAM KB
I .n Ounr.wi Souoitbd
A8T COKNKH fiiKT
W. W. AHANA,
333 ITuuwiu Strt
En<sb, Scotch and American Goods.
Btyle and Pit Guaranteed.
(.leaning & Repairing
IqIuiI Tele. 668. P. 0. Box 144.
J. J. EGAN
a 1 Fort Btraaast.
ALWAYS ON HANII THK
Utitt Styles in Millinery
-THE LATEST IN -
WUte ui Celerl Worste Goods
THE MOBT COMPLETE BTOOK OK
. . m-r rt .--w y. w 1 1
llllY lirflfll I.N
Ar M.t -at e v" -v - ' -' k-' i
IN THE CITY -
Bmuuklie Dose bj Mn.
HO YEN KEH & CO.,
II Nuiismi Htrveu
TtMOltki, Flimbiig, Etc.
llatOOKKKV and OLAWWAKU.
THK HAWAIIAN IBLANTIH
known at once tlio presence oi any
and from tho manner of its opera
P 0. ItOX 878
Satisfaction guaranteed. Hand Orders
Bct. Port and Alaeea Streets.
P. (). IIOJC 7
-p. o. box to
to and floodh
PellTerwl Ki any
Corner Botsl A Nbbsbb Itraata.
OHOICE OLD -
Family Wines and Brandies
S3 Years Old.
WM. DA VIES,
Rigger & Stevedore,
KKTI MATES AND CONTRACTS ON
ALL KINDS OK WOKK.
The Stmr "WAIM ANALO"
wi run reKuiaNV Between tins nortana
! Walalua, Kawalhapal. Mokuieia, Keawe-
tint and Puulkl on the Island of Oabu.
Kor freight, etc., apply to the Captain.
Innulre at office of J B.
over Hpreakr Is' Hank, Port street,
CEYLON TEA AMD JKWBUtY.
I1IKO TO INKOKM THE PUBLIC
that I have opened my Btore at No. 4SM
Nutianu street with Ceylon Manufactured
Jewelry set with Itubles, Happhlres, Pearls,
etc, Just received some Pure Ceylon Tea
try It. Alio, Indian Hsbana and Denson
Cfiarr. An Inspection of wr stock Is soil-
itei. w. i. Madripi
ftU Ng. 4M N auanu street.
(Jiiliu Railway bid Co.
OKKKR8 THK I'UHIJC
Another Grett Opportunity
To cur Hosaea la Oav of the Most
Oelljhtful Localities) to b
round ia U Faradta
of the Paciflc
hMlthy retort I'earl City
already established an enrlable repatatlon.
Many good clllscns In this community
haveeiperlenced the wonderful effect pro
duoed by a few days sojourn in that dry,
cool atmosphere, and give grateful teatU
monytothe relief they Iisto almost In
stantly gained from seven and long con
tinued attacks of asthma. Physicians
acquainted with the climate of l'earl City
recommend It as a natural sanitarium,
THE WATER SUPPLY
And oan be Increased to meet the needs of
a population equal to the largest rlty In
Paor. A. D. Ltohs of Oahn College Is
oar authority for statins; that the water
supply Is the purest yet discovered In this
Special Inducements to Early Settlers:
Kor ninety days from date wr will sell
1,0TB ON SPECIAL TK11MB favorable to
bona-flde settlers. Kor a term of three
months from date, lumber and all build
ing materials will be supplied, and deliver
ed at Pearl City at much lower price than
ever before obtained.
Kor further particulars, 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
that growing city, will do well to embrace
this opportunity. Those who avail them
selves of this offer, within the time named,
will be entitled to, aud will receive the
Voi a term of ten years, this Company
will carry saoh residents and their families
from Pearl City to Honolulu In the morn
ing arriving a little before seven o'clock,
and from Honolulu to Pearl City In the
evening (Itavlng Honolulu station a little
after live 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 IX cents
per mile first class, and 1 cent per mile
A good school Is about to be opened in
the Peninsula, in the fine, large, new
school-house erected by Mr. J. T. Water
bouse Residents living at Pearl City
heights, lahove Pearl City station) and
those having homes on the Peninsula, will
be allowed to ride free on regular trains
between Pearl City stations to ami from
Those who want to continue to send their
children to schools in Honolulu, can have
transportation on all regular trains to and
from Pearl City, for the purpose of attend
ing school, at five cents each way for each
pupil. This is equal to 'M to UH miles ride
for ten cents.
Equal Inducements for those desiring to
secure homes In this country have never
before been orTered to the public.
This Company has been requested from
abroad to uame the price of all their un
sold land In that locality.
Should a clearance sale be mails to a
syndicate, no opportunity like the present
would again occur for the purchaiw of
homes at Pearl City.
"A Wort to the Wiie is
OABU RAILWAY & LAND CO.
n. F. DILLINGHAM,
B0H00L8 OF LAHA1NA.
They Close Amidst Evidences
General Popular Interest.
The first of Lahaina schools to close
for tho year was Lahainaluna Soini-
nary, the anniversary exercises of
which were held on Tuesday, July
10, owing to the passagn of tho
steamer on that evening. Tho usual
uxamination of classes look place
from 0 to 12 a. m., conducted by
Messrs. Townsond and Abbott and
Mrs. Abbott. Classes wero tested in
physics, trigonometry, arithmetic
and language, and they made a fair
ly creditable showing, notwithstand
ing a good deal of manifest embar
rassment incident to the public ap
pearance and tho fact that their
friends wero present in such num
bers as to almost crowd tho boys
out of tho house.
At noon tho graduating exercises
were called, and fivo boys in turn
addressed the assembly, snowing
that thoy have thoughts of their
own upon tho living issuos of the
day. At tho closo of tho Inst ad
dress tho principal presontod them
with the diplomas which they had
earned with years of hard work.
Tho exorcises wero interspersed with
singing, euding with tho grand old
After tho literary exorcises came
the last number on tho program, a
feast in a lauai on tho lawn. It is
not necessary to say that this wa.
well appreciated and fully enjoyed
by those who had climbed tho Laha
inaluna hill in tho morning mid at
tended to school matters till ono
Thursday was a Cold day at Laha
iua Euglish school. Examinations
wero running in two separate rooms
from oiitht o clock till two, conduct
od by Principal Dickenson, Mrs.
llayseldun, Miss Baldwin, Mrs. Dick
enson and Mr. llayseldeu. It is a
pleasure to observe the work dono
In this school; and it seems to be
improving each joar.
At four o'clock tho doors wore
opened for tho anuual exhibition,
and after ono tninuto there was
scarcely a vacant seat to bo found.
There is no suitable building iu La
haina for such gatherings, sitico Wai
nee Church burned. Notwithstand
ing tho crowded conditiou of tho
house, however, tho friends had a
rare treat in tho way of recitations,
dialogues, hoop drill, wand drill,
and songs. The Lnhaiua children,
by tho way, aro sweet singors indeed.
The Houokawal and Oiowalu
schools closed on Friday, and as
scribus did uot attend either of them
he is unable to give a full report.
Tho notable feature at Uonokawai,
as reported, was a very enjoyable
luau with which the exercises ended.
And Oiowalu had its novelty iu a
plantation manager sullicieutiy in
terested iu tho education of tho
youth of his district to attend the
examination of tho classes and take
in hand the actual work of examin
ing classes and so ascertain just what
Is being done lor tuo children
teachers of their
hrivo kIvod tho
districts stioh ou
J. V. Chapman enters for Ban
quots, Socials, i'rivato Dlnuor i'ai
tios, Wording or Garrion Partios,
oto. Ho will bo plcaswl to call upon
any ladles or Runthmiou who will
kindly nddnsa him thrmiKh the
A Boston Boy's Eyesight
avsd-Perhaps His Llfs
By llood'a SarsapariUav DIood Poi
soned by Canker.
Head the following from a grateful mothers
"My little boy had Scarlet Fever when years
old, and it left him very weak and with blood
pel! with caakrr. Ills eyes became)
so Inflamed that hi sufferings were Intense, an4
for seren weeks be
Could Not Opon His Eyes.
I took him twlco during that time to the Ejre
and Ear Indnnary on Charlts street, but their
remedies foiled to do him the Mutest shadow
of good. I commenced girtng him llood'a
Barsapartlla and It soon cured him. I have)
neter doubted thnt It eared his eisjhl.evea
If hie very life- You may use this tes
tlmonial in any way you choose, lam always
ready to souud the pruUe of
because of the wonderful CoU It did my so&"
AiiniB F. IIlac-uu. S8S3 Washloeton Bt,
Dostcn, Mass. Get HOOD'S.
HOOD'S PlLLS are bind nut, anil are pas
leot la comyoslllMB. pro portion ana appearance.
HOIIKON, NEWMAN & CO.
Airents for Hawaiian IkIriiuk
Tho following testimonial
has been received from a pro
minent plantation owner and
Hoholumj, M. I., May 29, 1 KM.
Pacific Haeowabb Co. Vo, Honolulu.
Yon ask my opinion of Lucol as a Paint
I have experimented with Lncol Oil for
outside and inside work, also on Iron work,
painting my vacuum pan, machinery and
centrifugal-, with It and the result lias
been most satisfactory. It dries harder,
mases a better nnisn, goes rartiier ana is
more satisfactory In every way than lin
Certain paint work which was always
sticky with Unseed oil, dried hard when
Lucol Oil was used.
Yonry truly, Am. Dans
Direction for Use.
Uso Lucol in every resect in the
samo manner as you would linseed
oil, with tho 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 it
advisable to mix up tho paint at least
ono day before it is to bo used, then
add a third more Lucol and tho painl
will bo found to cover well and have
a good gloss.
NEVKK UHE JAl'ANH.
Where hard surfaces such as Hours,
steps, etc., are required use litharge
only, uovcr uso Japans.
WOOL MIXES WITH VAlt-
and assist thoir working and Im
proves their appcaronco nirr tiiky
should nx used samk day tiiky ark
mixed, otherwise tho gum of the var
nish may he precipitated or the mix
Tho addition of from i to t of Lu
ooi, to varnishes docs not reduco their
lustre nor retard thoir burdening and
drying and it prevents their cracking
Agents for the Hawaiian Island
Fancy Dress Ball
Monday Evening, Aag. 6.
First I'rite-Bllk Dress, by J. J.
for Most Original Female Costume.
Second Prize Etching Gold Frame, by
the l'uclfic Hardware Co., for Best Female
Third I'rlre Fancy Hanging Ijimp, by
Hawaiian Hardware Co., for Handsomest
Fourth Prize Stndent Lamp, by Castle
it Cooke, for Uest Gentleman llancer.
Filth Prlio-Bllvcr Vase, by K. 0. Uall
& Ron, for Uest I.ady Dancer.
for Most Original Malo Costume.
Hevvnth Prlte-Gold Bcarf Pin, by H. F.
Wichman, for Best Male Character Cos
tume. Eighth Prize Pair of Blippem, by Manu
facturing 8h(e Co., for Becond Best Female
Ninth Prize Hat, by Traoy, for Best
Hard Times Costume by Gentleman.
Tenth Prize-Photo. Allium, by Hawaiian
Sows Co., for Best Hard Times Costume
Eleventh Prlze-3 Shirts, bv Mollis, for
Second Best Male Character Costume.
Twelfth Prize Bottle Perfume, by Ben
sou, Smith it Co,, for Second Best Lady
COMMITTEE OF ARRANGEMENTS!
Joseph L. Carter, Chairman; L. M,
Johnson, J. Klllngt-r, 11. Kerbe, Ed.Towse.
F. B. MoUtocker, Chairman; E. 0.
White, K. A. Jacobson, Wui. Eutou, Prof,
Lyons, J, J, Egan,
Geo. C. tUrutemeyer.
J. II. Flshor, John Kldwell, Chan.
Hawkins, L. 0. Aides, J. B. Murtln, J. K.
J. W. Pratt. T. P. Bovcrln, J. Waller
Jones, Titos. Wall.
U T. Kunuke,
Tickets Admitting CeatleiiD and Ladles
Kai kt frorad lr my Ssabsr o(
Hotel Street (Arlington Block)
Just ltecelved another Invotre of
Japanese Fancy Goods
- AND -
Plain and Figured Bilk and Crape.
MORNING GOWNS 5SKd
Plain 811k and Embroidered.
Silk and Cotton Kimonos
Bilk Fans, Cushions,
Embroidered Bilk Tea Cosies,
Table Covers, Hot Covers,
811k Bashes, Neckwear.
Beautiful China Ware!
Batad Bowls, noti-bon Dishes,
Plates, Ktc, Ktc, Kto.
I Smoking Jackets!
811k and Cotton Palatnas.
Una:, Elegant Lamp Bhndes,
Bamboo Can-", Lunch Baskets,
Dam boo Valises. Japanese Trays,
Ktr., Ktc., Ktc, Kto.
Mrs. J. P. P. Collaco, Proprietress.
-KULL LINK OK-
Japanese '.'Goods I
Silk and Cotton Dress Goods,
Silk, LincD ami Crape Shirts
-OK COMPLETE BTOCK -
Made by Yamatoya of Yokohama.
rsaV When you are in need of any
of Japanese Hoods, give us first call
save going all around loan.
aOO "Tort Bit, near Ovxatom HCox
Agent to Take Acknowledgments
Managemeiit and Sals oi Property
Collecting In All Its Branches.
Orncs: No. U Merchant 8lrtl.
UHTUAI. T3C--CZ3XOXr3B sec.
THIS 8PACE 13
Pioneer Furniture Go.
t and Oil King Street.
Notice of Removal I
AFTER JULY 1st, THE
J Olllce of the
PEOPLE'S ICE HE-
FUIOEUATINU CO. will he at the
Factory, Beretania Street,
BOTH TELEPHONES 163.
L. 0. AISLES,
Kesidenre Telepliomm Bell 21.1, Mutual
TO 9 .A.. IsL.
IKi not forget the Hum to rliiK up
152 Mataal Telephone -152.
N. m. BTJTR,OrE33B
Is still prepared to repair Oa
Sprinklers, Water Taps, Fllinn
n Haws and
sharpeniiiK all kinds tools, lucludliit! Carv
Iiik Rnlven aud Scissors. Ijtwn Mowers a
specialty. Also SettliiK OIhuh. in fact all
kinds or Jnhlilnir Work ohIIwI fur and re
Corner King A Nuuanu Hta,
Enw. WntTKR, : i i t Manager.
Finest o! Wines It Liquors
Billiard Ac Ruading Room
rilZK TO PATRONS.
UTTTtTAL "TKI.33rzrOST3S 373.
1'UAUTIUAL GUN-MA KICK I
I beg to Inform Hportlng Men and tin'
General Piitillu Hint 1 mn pri'pnrrd In He.
pair ami KuiiuYtite every deMirlntinri ul
Klrcnrms. (Inns, lllllu unit lluvolvuri
skillfully Ite-ktiM-ki-tl, BlunliiKnud Brown
ing done In any shade. Klrst-rlans work.
uiBiishlp guuratilefd, CustomerN promptly
UNION HTHKKT, HONOLULU.
Golden Role Bazaar.
W. F. Reynolds, : Prop.
The Domestic Sewing Machine
makes happy wives and sweet
hearts. All kinds Machine Needles and
Attachment 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 make
the business man happy,
Tennis Supplies to assist young
men and maidens to achieve hap
piness. Purses and Card Cases to make
your best girl happy.
Wallets and Pocket Books to
make your best fellow happy.
liareball Supplies to make "our
Visiting Cards and 8ociety
Stationery to convey happiness.
Office Stationery and Blank
Books, and to completA the happi
ness of all
Buy a Stem Winding, Stem
Setting Nickel Plated Watch,
guaranteed a good timekeeper
Corner Hduido A Eotel Strwti.
New Goods! New Goodsl
KKOKIVKD I1Y EVERY 8TKAMKR.
Silk Dress Goods,
JA1ANESE SILK CRAPE,
Plain and Brocaded;
JAPANESE COTTON OBAPK.
Silk Shirts and Night Shirts,
Bilk Blouses. Bilk Neckties.
Handkerchiefs. Hhawls, Bashes.
Hosiery and UbemuM,
Japanese Trays. Bamboo Screens,
Tea Sets, Flower PoU, Etc, Kto.
Prices Cheaper than Ever I
VLNG FAT CHAN
Bet; to Inform the public that they
have opened a
Branch Store at lo. 322 Ihubq Strut,
Where they carry a complete line of
IIBIIHOOM BETA, CHAIKB,
STANDS, Etc, Etc., Kto.
Fnrulrare Repaired aad Ositral JekUag
t SaaaoaabU lata.
V1NG FAT CHA-N,
S?2 Nuuanu Street.
Old Stand Swept Away.
LAM STILL l'KEPAKEU TO BUPEK
luteud. iteconstruct, or build anything
tielongiuR to the Building Trade.
All orders left with John Nott.
KIuk street, will be promptly attended to.
G. W. TJNGOT4N.
A : NEW :
The Hawaiian Messenger Senlce
lu M, JntiMHON, Mansger.
Mutual 599-TELEPIONES-BeU 5S
Olllce In Masonic Building.
We are prepared to furnish Uniformed
Messengers at all hours. Promptness and
Hutisfuctlou guaranteed. You ring us up
slid wo will do the rest.
tW Hourly rates 40a, Kor distance
ratiHt hh MfsxeiiKHr's Map'. 1074-tf
G. E. BOABDMAN,
HOLE AGENT KO