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National Cane Shredder
PATENTED UNDER THK LAWS
THE UNDERSIGNED HAVE BEEN APPOINTED SOLE AOKNT8 FOU
theae Siirbddkrb and are now prepared to receive orders.
Tho great advantages to be dorived from the uso of the Natiomal Oark
Bhbkddks are thoroughly established and acknowledged by Planters
Tho large number of Planters uslnc them in the United States, Cuba,
Argentine Republic, Peru, Aiutrulla awl elsuwhoro, bear witness to the
Tho uso of tho Shhkiiurr very Wgoly augments the quantity of 'ane
the mill can grind (25 to 60), also tho extraction of julco (5 to 12).
It is a great safeguard, making known at once tho presence of any
pieces of iron, stakes from cars, or anything which would bo liable to damage
the mill, and allowing ample timo to remove saino beforn damaging the mill.
Tho Hhrkddkh is very troniy niiulo, and from tho manner ofits opera
ion it cute or tears these piece of wood or iron without often breaking the
ttiiutciuiKR ; and if anything breaks, it is simply somo of tho knives or cutters,
which can bo quickly anil economically replaced. Tho Shrkudkr, as its
name indicates, tears the cane into shreds of varying lengths, perfectly open
itig it and allowing tho mill to thoroughly press out tho juices without re
quiring the immenso extra power necessary to grind or crush the whole
cane. Tho Shiikdukk spreads lite shredded cano uniformly and oveuly to
tho mill rolls, and docs away with the necessity of spreading tho bagasse by
hand between tho mills, whero rcgrindiug is in use. No greater amount of
boiler capacity is required to operate thu Sukkmikk than that which wai
sufilcicut for the mill, for the uftovo rontons. Wo furnish full working
drawings for the installation of our Hiirrdukrm, enabling any competent en
giueer to successfully install and start them.
In ordering Burbddkrb from us, please send small sketch, showing thr
iliainuter aud width of the mill rolls with which 8iiukddkii is to be connected,
also tho sido (cither right or left hand as you faco tho delivery side of the
mill;, upon which the mill engine is located, also tho height from floor line
U center of front mill roll shalt, and dii-tancu center this shaft to front cud
of bod plate. These Surkddkhs are now being used by tho Hilo Sugar Go.
and Hawi Mill, Kohala, where they aro giving great satisfaction.
gJtT Prir-u ami further particulars may ho had by applying to
WM. G. IRWIN & CO., L'd..
1 1 H.U Ant nit fin thf Itntenilnn lihvuit.
IMPOKTER AND DICALEK IN
GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, FLOUR and FEED.
Preih California Roll Butter and Islani Bntttr
gar ALWAYS ON HAND .
lei Goods RecelTod by Every Steamer from Sin Fruclsoo.
msw All Orders fatthtally attend to. Ballstsctlon gnarantMtd. Island OnUra ;
tolloTtcd and packed with cars. '
Lincoln Block, Kino Stairr,
DOTH TKI.RMIONEH 0
LEWIS & CO.,
11 FORT STKMKT.
Importers, Wholesale k Retail Grocers
Provision Dealers & Naval Supplies
Fratk 0oo4i by Efery Calilonla Bteurnr.
ICK - HOUSE - GOODS - A - SPECIALTY.
ISLANXM 0101. SOUCITID. JjB tJ SiTUfAOTION GCA)UNT1M.
TELEPHONE f P.O. BOX ISA
H. K. MclN TYKE & BRO.,
iMroarcu and dkauhh w
Groceries, Provisions - and Feed.
New Ooods Received by Every Packet from the Eastern Btateeamt Europe.
PHESH CALIFORNIA PRODUCE BY EVERY STEAMER
All Order faithfully attended to and Ooods Delivered to in
Part of tho .ity KKKK.
I SUA WD OkDKIta SOLICITS!) SATISFACTION tttlAIAMTItU,
ICAHT PORN Kit KMKT NI KINK HTRKKTR.
W. W. AHANA,
33 3 27vivi.aua.-A atraat-
Eogusb, Scotch and Amencan Goods.
Btyln snd Kit Onarantewl.
(Jleaiiiiig & kopaiiing
Mututl Tele. 668. P.O. Boil (4.
J. J. EGAN
S 1 4 Fort Strat.
ALWAYS ON HANI) THK
Utut Styles in Millinery
-THK LATEHT IN -
Wklte ui Colored Wonted Qoodi
THE MOHT OOMPLETE BTOOK OK
DRY : GOODS
IN THK 01TY
DmiioiklDl Done bj Mrs. Reoner.
HO YEN KEK & CO.,
l Nntunti Htrtl.
TiiMUtki, PliMilno, Etc.
OKlMlKKKy and OhAHHW A ItB.
OF THK HAWAIIAN IRI.ANIIH
P. O. BOX ttl
Brr. Foar and Alarm a Sthkits.
P. O. BOX 7
(Jnruer BoUl k HoaaaB fHrasta.
OHUIOB OLD -
Fam Des and BraDdiw
PORT n SHERRY
S3 Years Old.
H3. IST. R,H3QXJA.,
IIU MANAQKH. 10m
WM. DA VIES,
Rigger & Steyedore,
K8TIMATK8 AND OONTKA0T8 ON
A hi. KINDS OK WOKK.
ThoStmr " WAIMANALO"
Will run rej-ularly between thl- port and
Walalua, Kawaihapal. Mokulels, Keawe
nut and I'uulkt on the Inland of Osbu.
For Krelght, etc., apply to the Captain.
VA. Imiulre at olilce of J. B. Walker,
overHpreokels' Hank, Kort street. H67-K
OKYLON TKA AMD JSWXLST.
IHKO TO INKOHM THK I'DDI.IO
that I hare opened my Store at No. iflO
Nuuanu street wnu tyiun -sanuiaotureu
Jewelry set with Itubles, Happhlrei, Pearls,
etc Just received some Pure Ceylon Tea
try It. A l-o, Indian Hsbana and Dsbsod
uiicars. An iitspeeuou or toy -toes u toil
n. j. KAiinia.
No. 464 Nnasnu street.
Oatiu Railway & Laud Co.
OKKKK8 THK PUBLIC
Another Great Opportunity
To Secura HoaSM to Oust of tha Host
Delightful Localities! to b-
Fotiad la the ar4l-
of tha Fastis.
At a healthy resort Pesrl City has
already established an enviable reputation.
Many Rood cltltens In this community
hare experienced the wonderful elTeot pro
duced by a lew days sojourn In that dry,
cool atmosphere, and give grateful testl
mony to the relief they hare almoit In
itantly trained from severe and long con
tinned attacks of asthma. Phy-lclans
acquainted with the clluisteof Pearl City
recommend It as a natural sanitarium.
THE WATER SUPPLY
And can be Increased to meet the needs of
a population equal to the largest oily In
Paor. A. D. Lvoas of Oahu College Is
our authority for stating that the water
supply Is the purest yet discovered In this
Specltl MocMeits lo Eulj Settlors:
For ninety days from dste we wilt sell
LOTS ON 8PK0IAL TKItMB favorable to
bona-Oda settlers. For a Una of three
months from date, lumber and all build
log materials will be supplied, and deliver
ed at Poarl City at much lower price than
ever before obtained.
For 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, ahd will reoelvt the
For a term of ten years, this Company
will carry such residents aud their families
from Pearl City to Honolulu in the morn
ing arriving a little before seven o'clock),
and from Honolulu to Pearl City iu the
avening (ltavlng Honolulu station a little
after five o'clockl, for ten cents each way,
a rata leu than one cant per mile. The
rates on all other passenger trains running
during the day or night will be 1 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
house. Residents living at Pearl City
heights, (above Peart City station and
those having homes on the Peninsula, will
be allowed to ride free on regnlar trains
between Pearl City stations to and from
Those who want touontlnue to send their
children to schools in Honolulu, can have
transportation on all regular trains to aud
from Pearl City, for the purpose of attend
ing school, at live cents each way for each
pupil. This Ih equal to i to 2ti miles ride
for ten cents.
Equal inducements for those deniring to
secure homes In this oountry have never
before beeu offered to the public.
Tills Company has been requested from
abroad to name the prloe of all tluir un
sold land In that locality.
Should a clearance sale be made to
syndicate, no opportunity like the present
would again occur for the pnrobasa of
homes at Pearl City.
"A Wird to the Wiie is
OAHU RAILWAY & LAND CO,
li. K. DILLINGHAM,
Oenerel If anagtr.
IOLAMI 80H00L 0L08IMO.
Interesting Exercises Before a Iarfa
The little schoolroom at lolonl
College was packed yesterday after
noon, on the occasion of the closing
exercises of this year's term. There I
were several prominent people pre I
Bout, among them being noticeable
A. S. Willi-, U. S. Minister, and wife,
Prof. W. D. Alexander, Mrs. Jas.
Campbell, Capt. H. W. Mist, R. N.,
and Miss Mist, Wray Taylor. S.
Nowlein and wife, F. J. Testa, Mrs.
Kellot, Sisters of St. Andrew's
Priory, and nearly all the scholars.
The program consisted of twenty
two pieces, which were choruses,
recitations and dialogues, and was
interesting throughout. Every piece
was applauded. All the young ones
acquitted themselves creditably. In
tho program was a round, which
may interest a number of local poo
pie, and reMs as follows:
"Cursed be the wretch that's bought and
And batters hi- liberty for gold;
For where election I- not free
In vain we boait of liberty."
The list of prize winnors is as fol
lows: Senior school class 1 Examina
tion, Wong C. Ah Fook: conduct
and school lessons, Geo. W. Clark;
religious kuowledge, Kong Yin Tot;
second in arithmetic and algebra,
Sam Nianu; geogra'phv and history,
Edward E. Robins; drawing, prize
t-Geo. W. Clark. 2-W. Ah Heen.
Class 2 Examination and school
lesson, Alex. May: conduct, Abra-1
nam nauiukou; antumotic and alge
bra. Sam Lin.
Class 3 Examination and con
duct. W. Ah Ileen; school lessons,
Class 4 Examination aud school
lessons, Eddie Ah Yin; conduct.
Chaug Chow; 2d in conduct anil
school lessons, W. D. Taylor.
Juaior school class 1 Examina
tion, Cecil Crowley; conduct and
sohool lossons, Afong Ah Iloon; 2d,
Class 2 Examination, Percy Dove
rill; conduct and school lossons,
John K. Bolster; 2d in examination
and school lossons, Albert Kia; 2d
in conduct, Ah Sang.
Class JJ Examination, Harry
Spencer; 2d, Yong Chan; conduct,
Richard Nowlein; 2d, G. W. Dakor;
school los-nux, G. W. Kaker; 2d,
After tho awarding of prizes ath
letic sports weru held.
W. H. Nelson, who ia in the drug
business at Kiugvillo, Mo;, has so
much confidence in Chamberlain's
i uoiiu. unoiera ntm uiarrnwa item
, ody that ho warrants ever' bottlo
anu oners to reiunu utouoy to any
uustomer who is not satisfied after
using it. Mr. Nelson takes uo risk
.. .I..IM.W Atmla luln.ll.n ila. auk. .... ta
Iiu MuiiiK buiD uwaun but- lutui'-jj in
certain cure for tho disease for
which it is iutenueu aud he kuowa
It. It is for sale by all dealers, Ben
son, Smith St, Co., Agents for the
G. R. Harrison, practical piano
and organ maker aud tuner, can fur
nish host factory roferoucus. Orders
loft at Hawaiian News Co. will re
ceivo prompt attontion. All work
guaranteed to be the same as done
OF CH0II1K .
ami plenty more on tbc wav.
CALIFORNIA FEED GO.
VTKLKPHONKB Ul -
Ofxiur & Wakkiioubk :
Corner Qnci-n iind Nimnnu
Merchant M Tailors.
Ilotul Hi., miilur ArlliiKtim Hnt-I
Lttiit Pattern in Siitiigi
Iteiwlvrd by Kvery Steamer.
niracT NT 01 NO IALI.
The following testimonial
has been received from a pro
minent plantation owner and
Ho-tonjLC.H. I., May 39, 18SM.
PActrio Hadwam Co. L'd, Honolulu.
Yon ask my opinion of Lucol as a Paint
I have experimented with Lucol Oil for
outside snd inside work, also on Iron work,
painting my vacuum pan, machinery and
centrifugals, with It and the result has
been most satisfactory. It dries harder,
makes a better finish, goes farther and Is
more satisfactory in every way than lln
Certain paint work which was always
sticky with linseed oil, dried hard when
I.iiool Oil was used.
Yonry truly, Ace. Daiiaa.
Direction for Use.
Uso Lvcot. in every respect in the
same manner as you would liuseed
oil, with tho singlo oxcoption that you
may add fully one-quarter moro Lu
col to tho sanio quantity of pigment
than you would of lin-ced.
In using metallic, Venetian red, the
ochres, and other dry pigments, it is
advisable to mix up tho paint at least
ono day boforo it is to ho tisod, then
add a third moro Lucol. and thu paint
will bo found lo covor well and have
a good gloss.
NEVER USE JAl'ANH.
Whero hard surfaces such as doom,
stops, etc., aro required use litharge
only, never uso Japans.
LUOOL MIXES WITH VAR
aud asai-U their working aud im
proves their appearanco ntrr thkv
HHOULD UK USED SANK DAY Til BY ARK
mixkd, otherwise the gum of thu var
nish may bo precipitated or tho mix
Tho addition of from to ( of Lu
col. to varnishes does not reduco their
lUHtro nor retard their hardening and
drying and it pre von ta their cracking
Muts for the HmiliQ Islands
Fancy Dress Ball
Monday Evening, Aug. 6.
First Prim-Bilk Dress, by J. J. Kkiui,
(or Most Original Female Costume.
Becond Prize Etching Oold Frame, by
the Pacific Hardware Co., (or Best Female
Third Prise Fancy HaiiHiui- Lamp, by
Hawaiian Hardware Co., (or Handsomest
Fourth Prize Student Ij-iuii, by Cnstlu
Si Cooke, (or Uest Ountleiuan Dancer.
Filth Prize-Silver Vaso, by E. O. Hall
& Hon, (or liest Lady Dancer,
Sixth Prize Oold Cbarm, by E. A. Jacob
son, (or Most Original Mule Costume.
Seventh Prize Oold Scarf Pin, by II. F.
Wichmen, (or Ilest Male Character Cos
tume. Eighth Prize-Pair of Bllpperit, by Mann
(acturlng Shoe Co., (or Second llesi Female
Ninth Prize Hat. by Trony, (or liest
Hard Times Costume by Gentleman.
Tenth Prizo-Pboto. Album, by Hawaiian
Nowh Co., (or Dest Hard Times Costume
Eleventh Prlze-3 Shirts, by Mollis, (or
Second liest Male Character Costume.
Twelfth Prize Dottle Perfume, by Hen
sou, Smith & Co,, (or Second llest Lady
COUMlTTKi: Or AMUNOKME.NTS:
Joseph L. Carter, Chairman; L. M,
Johuson, J. Efllnger, H. Zerbe, Ed. Towse.
F. D. McBtocker, Chairman; E. O.
White, E. A. Jacobson, Wm, Eaton, I'rof.
Lyons, J, J, Egan.
fleii. 0. Rtratemeyer.
J. H. Fisher, John Kidwnll, Clint.
Hawkins, L. C. Abies, J. S. Martin, J. K.
J. W. Pratt. T. P. Severln, J. Walter
Jones, Tho. Wall.
L. T. Kenake.
Tlcktts Admitting GeitUiiD and Ladles
Oai k Pnwv4 Itmi u? Mawbar ol
IRWIN & CO
Hotel Street (Arlington Block)
Just Kecelved another Invoice of
Japanese Fancy Goods
- AND -
j Dress Goods!
Plain and Figured Bilk and Crape.
HORNING GOWNS 5ffiKd
Plain 811k and Embroidered.
Silk and Cotton Kimonos
Bilk Fans, Cushions,
Embroidered Bilk Tea Cosies,
Table Covers, Ded Covers,
Bilk Bashes, Neckwear.
Beautiful China Ware!
Balad Howl. Bon-bon Dishes,
Pistes, Etc., Etc., Eta.
Smoking Jackets 1
Bilk and Cotton Palamas.
Kugs, Elegsnt Lamp Bhsdes,
Ham boo Canes, l.nnrh Jlak-ts,
Uamboo Valises, Japanese Trays,
Kta., Etc., Etc., Etc.
Mrs. J. P. P. Collaco, Proprietress.
-Klll.l. LINK OP-
I Japanese '.'Goods!
I Silk and Cotton Dross Goods,
Km., Ktc. Etc.. Km.
Silk, Lioeii mill Crape Sbirb
- OK COMPLETE HTOCK -
Made by Yatuatoya of Yokohama.
When vou are in need of mtiv liny
of JapancM) Goods, give us tlrst call and
save going all around town.
aoo 3Tort OBt-. -aacur CvLatam aEovL
Agent to Take Acknowledgments
-WILL ATTEND TO -
ManagemeDt and Sale of Property
Collecting In All Its Branches.
Ornuas No. ti Merchant Btreet.
tClU'X'U,ULX XJCX-CP3CO-6T-B 3 BO.
THIS 8PACB IS RE
Pioneer Furniture Go.
HOOandUlt King Street.
Notice of Renovall
ON AND AFTEK JULY 1st, THE
Olilce of the PEOPLE'S ICE A RE
FItIOEUATI.NO CO. will be at the
Factory, Beretania Street,
ROTH TELEPHONES 1M.
L. 0. ABLES, Manaokb.
Residence Telephones Hell 213, Mutual
e to jl. m:.
Do not forget the time to ring up
152 Mutual Telephoae 152.
N. V. BURaBSS
is still prepared to repair Garden Hosu.
Sprinklers, water Taps, Filing Saws and
sharpening all kinds tools, Including Carv
ing Knives aud Scissors, Lawu Mowers a
specialty. Also Hutting Qlsss. Iu (act all
kinds of JnhhliiK Work rallwl for and r.
Inrnml HI? f
Corner King it Nuuaim Bin.
Edw. Woltkh, i i : i Manager.
Finest of Wines ft Liquors
Billiard & Reading Room
raits to rATHon.
-kCTTT -.T.A.X. TEXEaMXOXTac 37 3,
I beg to liihirm Sporting Men and the
(leunral Public Unit I urn prepured to He.
iMilr and Iteuornte every description ol
V'lrenrms, (Juus, Utiles and Revolvers
skllKully Restocked, Diluting and Ilrown
Ing done In any shade. Firsl-ulius work.
maushtu guaranteed. Customers promptly
UNION HTUKKT, IIONOI.lt 1.11.
W. F. Reynolds, : Pros.
The Domestic Sewing Machine
makes happy wivet and tviecU
All kinds Machine Needles and
Attachments to make evrry woman
Qttitars to charm with song and
leave a happy smils.
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.
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
Corner Nuumu k Hotel StretU.
New Goods! New Goods!
RECEIVED BY EVERY 8TRAMEK.
Silk Dress Goods,
- ALL COLORS -
JAPANESE SILK CRAPE,
Plain and Brocaded;
JAPANESE COTTON ORAPJt,
Silk Shirts and Night Shirts,
Bilk Rlouses. Bilk Neckties,
Handkerchief-. Hbawls, Bashes.
Hosiery and Chemises,
Silk aud Cotton Kimonos !
Japanese Trays, Uamboo Screens,
Tea fists, Flower Pots, Eta, Kta.
Prices Cheaper than Brer 1
VING FAT CHAN
Reg to Inform the public that they
have opened a
Branch Store at lo. 3S2 liiaii 8tmt,
Where they carry a complete line of
REDROOM BETH, CHAIRS,
BTANDS, Etc, Etc., Kto.
Fnreiturt 8-Ira ul Stunl JthMBfl
at BmmusU BatM.
VING FAT OHAJN,
I07fl-3m 322 Munanu Street.
Old Stand Swept Away.
1AM BT1I.L PREPARED TO 8DPHK
Inteud, Reconstruct, or build anything
belonging to the Building Trade.
BSW All orders left with John Notl,
Klug street, will be promptly attended to.
a. W. UNCOLN.
A : new :
The Hawaiian lounger Sorrice
L. M, Joiinhoh, Manager.
MBhul Sgg-TELEPHOIES-Bll 55tt
Oitlce in Mssonlc Building.
We are prepared to furnish Uniformed
Messengers at ail hours. Promptness and
-atlslactlon guaranteed. You ring ns up
and we will do the rest.
tr Uourly rates 40o. For distauoe
rnfr-i Mr--n((er'h Map. 1074-tf
6. E. BOARDMAN,
Hlll.K AttENT FOR