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National Cane Shredder
PATENTED UNDER THE LAW8 OP THK HAWAIIAN IBLAND
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THE UNDERSIGNED HAVE BEEN APPOINTED SOLE AGENTS FOB
these 8HBKDDBR8 and are now prepared to receive orders.
The great advantages to be derived from the use of tbo National Oamk
Burkddkh are thoroughly established and acknowledged by Planters
The large number of Planters using them in the United States, Cuba,
Argentine Republic, Peru, Australia and elsewhere, bear witness to the
The use of the Shreddkr very largely angmeuts the quantity of cane
the mill can grind (25 to 60), also the extraction of juice (5 to 12).
It is a groat safeguard, making known at onco the presence of any
pieces of iron, stakes from cars, or anything which would be liable to damage
the mill, and allowing ample time to reruovo same beforn damaglug the mill.
The Shredder is very strongly mado, and from tho manner of its opera
tion it outs or tears these pieces of wood or iron without often breaking the
Siihkddrr ; aud if anything breaks, it in simply somo of tho knives or cutters,
which can bo quickly and economically replaced. Tho Suukddbr, as its
name indicates, tears tho cane into shreds of varying lengths, perfectly open
ing it and allowing the mill to thoroughly rtrcss out the Juices without re
quiring the immense extra power necessary to grind or crush the whole
cane. The Smhxddkr spreads the shredded cane uniformly and evenly to
the mill rolls, aud docs away with the necessity of spreading the bagasse by
hand between tho mills, where rcgrinding is in use. No greater amount of
boiler capacity is required to operate the Shreddkr than that which wai
sufficient for tho mill, for the above reasons. We furnish full working
drawings for the installation of our Shredders, enabling any competent en
gineer to successfully install aud start them.
In ordering Surkdderh from us, plcaso send small sketch, showing tht
diameter and width of the mill rolls with which Siiueddkr is to bo connected,
Also tho sido (either right or left hand as you faco tho delivery side of the
will,, upon which the mill engino is located, alau the height from floor Hue
to center of front mill roll shaft, aud distance center this shaft to (rout end
of bed plate. These Shredders are now being used by the llilo Sugar Go.
and Hawl Mill, Kohala, where they are giving great satisfaction.
J Price nud further particulars may bo had by applying to
WM. G. IRWIN & CO., LU,
W-tf ibU Aatntt fur tht llnvtixian ttlnmU.
IMPOllTER AND DEALER IN
GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, FLOUR and FEED.
Frtib California Roll Butter and Island Bitttr
0T ALWAYS ON HAND d
lai G000& Rocelied bj Efery Steamer from San fraoclsa.
SW All Orders faithfully attend to,
and parked with car.
Lincoln Block, Ki.no Street,
ilOTH TELEPHONES WO
LEWIS & CO.,
Ill FORT STREET.
Importers, Wholesale k Retail Grocers
Provision Dealers It Naval Supplies
Fmk Goods by Every Califonli Steaaer.
ICE - HOUSE - GOODS - A - SPECIALTY.
Islands Oriiehs Solicited. J& &T Satisfaction Guaranteed.
H. K. MoliNTY UE & BKO.,
IMrOBTERM AND ORALBM IN
Groceries, - Provisions - and - Feed.
New Goods Keoslved by Every J'acket frum the Eastern States aud Europe,
PKK8H CALIFORNIA - PRODUCE - BY - EVERT - STEAMER
Inland Oautiut Solicited.
KANT mitNKK KilKT
W. W. AHANA,
333 XTu.ijivi Btxmmt.
Bngllsli, Scutcn and American Goods.
Style and Kit Guaranteed.
(Jleuning & Repairing
imuil Tele. 668. P. 0. Boi 144.
J. J. EGAN
ALWAYS UN HAND THK
Latest Styles in Millinery
- THK LATEST IN -
Wkit art Colored Wonted Geo
THK M08T COMPLETE BTOOE OF
DRY : GOODS
IN THK UlTY
Dmimiklag Done bj Hn. Beaoer.
HO TEN KEN & CO., ,
II Niiiuiiu HtriMl.
TiiiHilhi, PliHiiig, Etc.
tIKOilKBKr sud UtAVtjWAItK.
HO BOX an
Satisfaction guaranteed. i"uuil ln)r
Poet and Alaeea Streets.
P. O. BOX aw
P. O. BOX HB
to and Ooodi
Delivered to enj
N KINO HTKKKTk.
Carasr Sets) k Mbhem ttrsvta.
(JHOJCE OLD -
' ?m Wes iad Briiidies
B3 Years Old.
HJ. 1ST. R.E3G5XTA.,
UM0 MANAGER. IGui
WM. DA VIES,
Rigger ft Stevedore,
EHTIMATEB AND OONTItAOTB ON
ALL KINDS OK WOUK.
Will run regularly between this i-irt and
U,.L. .!!.. lf..
' nnl iknA Piinllrl nti
the Island of Oahn.
I For freight, eta., apply to lbs Captain.
Inquire st olrlite
of J. 8. Walker.
Hank, Port street. H57-tf
oitlon ika akd jxwxlry.
1IIKO TO INKOKM THK I'Ulll.IU
tbst I hsT oiwned my Hlors at No. 460
Nuusnu street with Ceylon Msnufaatured
Jswslry set with Habits, Happhlroi, i'earls,
etc Just recelTedtonit Purs OsylunTM
trv It. AIM, Indian Habana aud Uanson
limn. An ins ssjettou or say stock is soil-
rtUd. W. J. MAORI!.
W U Ho. tN Nuuaau sUnt.
Oak Railway & Laud Co.
OKKEK3 THE PUBLIC
Another Great Opportonitj
To 8eur H osa tn On of th Most
tMlRhtful Localities) to b
round in ths Faradls
of tba Paolfle.
An a bealtby reiort-fsarl City na
slrsady sitabltibed an enrlable reputation.
Msny good cltltens In this community
have experienced the wonderful effect pro
duced by a few dsys sojourn In that dry,
cool Atmosphere, and gtre grateful testU
mony to tho relief they bare almost In
stantly gained from terero and long con
tinued atlsckn of anthiua. l'byidcistis
aoquslnted with the climate of IVsrl City
recommend itnsa natural nanltArlum
THE WATER SUPPLY
And can tM innraaMd to meet ihn noeri of
a population equal to the largest city In
Psor. A. D. Ltons of Oahu CollfK" Is
our authority for stating that the water
supply is the purest yet discovered In this
SpecUl toduccoeuts (o Earlj Settlers:
For ninety day from dsU we will sell
IX)T8 ON 81'KOIAL THUMB fsrorableto
bona-flde settlers. For a term of three
months from date, lumber and all build
ing materials will be supplied, aud deliver
ed at Pearl City at much lower price than
ever before obtained.
Ifor further particulars, call at this oltlce
or on any of the lumber dealers in this
city. Those who now own lots as well as
those who proots 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 nsmed,
wUI be entitled U, ahd will receive Ihe
Knr a term of ten yean, this Gomany
will carry such residents and their fsmllles
from Pearl City to Houolulu in the moru
ing arriving a little before seven o'clock,
and from Honolulu to Pearl City in the
evening leaving Honolulu station a little
after five o'clook, for ton oents each way,
a rate 1st than one cent per mile. The
rates on all other passenger trains running
during the day or night will l VA ceuta
per mile first class, and I cent pur mile
A good school Is abost to be opened lu
ths Peninsula, in the tine, large, new
school-houte orected by Mr. J. T. Water
hoube. ilobldents living at Pearl City
heights, Intxive Pearl City station and
thoae having homes on the Peninsula, will
be allow ud to ride free on regular trains
between Pearl City sUtlous to ami from
ThoMi who want tu continue towmd their
children to schools In Honolulu, can have
transMjrtatlon on all regular trains to and
from Pearl City, for the purpose of attend
ing school, at live cents each way for each
pupil. This Is equal to J I to vil Milieu rlitc
for ten cents.
Kqual Inducements for tlir desiring to
secure homes iu this country have never
before been ottered to the public.
This Company has been requested from
abroad to name the price of all tlteir un
sold laud in that locality,
Should a clearance sale be made to a
syndicate, no opportunity like the present
would again occur for the purchass of
homes at Pearl City.
"A Wird to the Wise is
OAHU RAILWAY & LAND GO,
H. F. DIMJNOIIA.M,
TO GET A MILLION.
Mora Wealth for Chicago University
from Bich Men.
Mr. Kockcfellor will have tu give
his promised $050,000 tu Chicago
University, gays a Into Chicago des
patch, when he made the donation
it waa on condition that the univer-
fiity trustees should raise $350,000 by
to-aay to routm out an oveu million.
His offer camo at a time when
money waa fearfully tight, but Mar
tin A. Ryerson said he would giro
1100,000. That left $260,000 to be
raised. The trustees worked with
nearly everybody who was suspected
of having a large bank account, but
still tho donatlous camo slowly aud
in small sums.
Ou Friday tho trustees had all
except $12,500, and where to get
that and so make euro of the million
was a tough question. Finally Mr.
Ryerson, Charles Hutchinson aud
Fred W. Feck, who had been solicit
ing for the fund, telegraphed to
Silas B. Cobb, who is at nis home at
Lako Geneva, and explained the
This morning Mr. Cobb sent a
despatch saying he would give
$15,000. That settled the wholo
million. Mr. Kockefellor will bo
notified that $350,000 has been
pledged, and another of thoso big
checks ho has been sending to tho
university trustees will speedily fol
low. Oirla of the Right Sort.
"My daughter, unlet you can work Ihe
ihlp off the coatt$he nllt toon ttrtke
the rockt, anil we thall all be lott."
So said the captain of a fitio mer
chant vessel to his daughter. Ho
was right; it was their only chance.
The bark Anlna, 700 tons, was bound
from Cuxhaven to liio with a gen
eral cargo. Sho had scarcely left
Kort whan tho captain was disabled
y a broken leg. A mutiny follow
ed. Under threat of bad weather
the Anlna anchored in a bight of a
bay on tho dangerous coast of Corn
wall. Hero the officers and all of
the crew deserted. A furious uyclo
uic southwest galo arose. The an
chors dragged, and tho girl burned
a flare on deck. Tho lifeboat re
sponded, but was staved against tho
ship's side by a sea. All the boat's
crew were lost except tho coxswain
who gained the deck. He was not a
sailor, yet. with him alone uudor nor
orders, this girl, who teat a sailor,
cut both cables, set some hcadsail,
qud got out into tho open. It was
touch and go, but true grit won.
Three weeks longer tho girl com
manded before help came. Yet It
did come dually, and so did tho wed
diug of the huudsoiuo young cox
swain aud the captain's beautiful
and heroic daughter.
And yet there are some fools left
who say wo must look to men ohiell y
for courage aud intelligence. Stutf
and uousousel Auy woman will
scream when she sees a mouso (that's
mere nerves), and ten minutes later
she will meet disaster or death with
a quiet smile. Thou, too, women
have a genius for throwing in a sug
gestion exactly when it is wautod.
A man writes this way: "I came
homo dejuuted," so he goes ou, "aud
didn't kuow what to do; but my
daughter said "
Hut wait a iniuuto. Before wo
hear what his daughter said, let's
have his story from tho start, ship
shape aud Bristol fashion. Ho says:
"Iu December, 1HU0, I was suddenly
lakeu one day with an excruciating
pain iu tho pit of the stomach ami
iu tho right side. For twelve hours
1 could neither .sit nor lio down.
Tho medical man" who examined mo
gave me some medicine, but on the
second day jaundice set iu, and from
that time 1 suffered from a similar
attack about once every three weeks.
Every remedy was triod without
avail: nothing did tbo slightest good.
The kiduey secretion was something
frightful, being a mass of matter,
blood, aud bile.
"This contiuued live mouths, and
I grew weaker aud thiuuer every day.
My friends thought nothing could
save me. Mauy urged me to have
further advice, as at this time tho
secretions were much worse, aud tho
motions resembled white clay. An
other attack came on, aud as I was
daily guttiug worse. 1 said, 'I will see
the doctor tirst, aud if he can do me
no good, I will seek further medical
"Accordingly I wont to see him,
but he was from home, aud would
not ruturu until late at night. I
camo home dojectod aud did uot
kuow what to do, but my daughter
sufif, ' llViy don't you try Mollirr Seiyrl't
Curutiir Syrupt Wuhearithasuured
so many. If it does you no good, it
will uo no harm.' 'Well,' I said to
her, 'I will try a bottle.'
"1 then begau to take it, aud oh!
how thankful 1 afterwards was, for
011 tho third day 1 could see such a
change. The secretion, instead of
being nothing but corruption, be
came clear, aud the motions a
healthy color. From tlutt time I
daily gamed health and streugth,
aud in a short time 1 wad ai well an
over iu my life, aud have had uo re
turn of the dibeaso.
"I can, therefore, spunk of this
modiciue iu the highest terms, for,
uudor God's blessing, it cured me
when uothiug else uad tho slightest
The above communication is from
a business man of high character iu
the comity of Brecon. For especial
reasons he desires his uauie to be
withheld for the presuut, but we
freely plodge our own reputation to
the truth of his statemeut. The
datu is February 12, MM.
The attacks which would prob
ably have soou oudud his life were
of severo kidney aud liver conges
tion, growing out of profound in
digestion and dyspepsia His sys
tem was Hooded with bile acid poi
sous, aud ho may tliauk liuaveu for
having a daughter who made tho
right suggestion at a critical mo
ment. In courage and good sense
she is like thu other noble girl who
saved her father's ship from wreck
while he lay helpless iu his cabin.
Hut-cess attend them iu Iheir own
life voyages, say we.
Mr. Goo, li. Boardmau is author
ited collector for Uollistvr & Co,
Tho following testimonial
has been received from a pro
minent plantation owner and
HosotCMJ, H. I., May '29, 1894.
Pacific Hasdwam Co. Vt, Honolulu.
You ask my opinion of Lucoi as a Paint
I have experimented with Lucol OU for
outside and 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 man un
Certain paint work which was always
sticky with Unseed oil, dried hard when
Lucol OU was used.
Yonry truly, Ac. Dssisa
Direction for Use.
Use Lucol In ovory respect iu the
same manner as you would linseed
oil, with the singlo oxceptiou that you
may add fully one-quarter moro Lu
col to the same quantity of pigment
than you would of linseed.
In using metallic, Vonutinn red, the
ochres, and other dry pigments, it Is
advisable to mix up tho paint at least
ono day beforo it is to bo used, then
add a third moro Lucol and the paint
will be found to cover well and nave
a good gloss.
NEVER USE JAPANS.
Where hard surfaces such as doors,
steps, etc., are required use litharge
only, novor uso Japans.
LU0OL MIXES WITH VAR
NISHES and assists their working and im
proves their appoarauco but tiiky
SHOULD BK USED BAJIK DAY THEY AKX
mixed, otherwise tho gum of tho var
nish may bo precipitated or tho mix
Tho addition of from $ to of Lu
00L to varnishes does not reduco their
lustro nor retard their hnrdoniug and
drying and it prevents their cracking
Aftents for the Hiiall.o Islands
Fancy Dress Ball
OK THK --
-CIIVKN AT -
Monday Evening, Aug. 6.
First PrUe-BIlk Dress, by J. J. Kgan,
for Most Original Female Costume.
Second Prize Etching Gold Frame, by
the Pacific Hardware Co., (or Uet Female
Third Prise Fancy Hanging Lamp, by
Hawaiian Hardware Co., (or llnudsomest
Fourth i'rire-Studeiit Umn, by Castle
x Cooke, (or Best (iciitleman Dancer.
Fifth Priitf-Sllver Vao, by E. O. Hall
Si Son, (or Best I.ady Dancer.
Blxth l'rlcu-Uold Charm, by E. A. Jacob
son, (or Most Original Male Costume.
Bevouth Prize-Quid Kearf l'l.i. Iiv II. V.
Wlchman, (or Best Male Character Cos
tume. Eighth Prise-Pair of Blippers.by Manu
facturing Hliite Co., forticcond Best Krmulo
Ninth Prize-Hat, by Traoy, fur Best
Hard 'limes Costume by Gentleman.
Tenth Prize-Photo. Album, by Hawaiian
News Co., for Best Hard Times Costume
Eleventh Prlz-3 Hhlrts, bv Mollis, (or
Second Best Male Character Costume.
Twelfth Prize Bottle Perfume, by Ben
son Bmlth it Co., for Second Best Lady
COMMITTEE Of ABRANOEMENTS!
Joseph L. Carter, Chairman: L, M.
Juhnson, J, Eitluger, H. Zerbo. Kd. Towue.
F. B. McStooker, Chairman; E. O.
White, E. A. Jacubtoii, Wm. Eaton, I'rnf.
Lyons, J. J. Ekbii.
Ofo, C. Stratemeyer.
J. II. Fisher, John Kldwnll, Oha.
Hawkins, l C. Abler, J. H. Martin, J. K.
, J. W. Pratt. T. P. Hororlii, J. Waller
Jones, '1 hos. Wall,
L. T Keiiaku,
Tickets AuiltllDo Cenileiaa tod Ladies
C rtMrt4 km uy MsMssr ol
Hotel Street (Arlington Block)
Just Received another Invoice of
Japanese Fane; Goods
- AND -
Plain aud Figured Silk and Crape.
HORNING GOWNS 5SS-d
Plain 811k and Embroidered.
Silk and Cotton Kimonos
Bilk Fans, Cushions,
Embroidered Bilk Tea Cosies,
Table Covers. Bed Covers,
Bilk Bashes, Neckwear.
Beautiful China Ware!
Balad Bowln, Bon-bon Dishes,
Plates, Etc., Etc., Eto.
Silk and Cotton Paiamas.
lings, Elegant Lamp Shades,
Bamboo Canes, Lunch Baskets,
Bamboo Valises, Japsnese Trays,
Etc., Etc., Etc., Etc
Mrs. J. P. P. Gollaco, Proprietress.
Wholesale j9 Retail.
- FULL LINK OK -
Japanese v Goods!
Silk and Cotton Dress Goods,
Cto., Etc. Etc.. Kto.
Silk, Liacit aud Crape Sliirts
- OF COMPLETE STOCK -
Made by Yamatoya of Yokohama.
W When you are lu need of auy line
of Jauese Ootids, give us first call aud
save going all around town.
300 Tort fSt, xiasvr Ouatam, Xoum
Agent to Take Acknowledgments
-WILL ATTEND TO -
Management and Sale of Property
Collecting in All Its Branches.
Orncsi No. 12 Merchant Hlrrel.
UVTlAL TKX.SVXXOXTJB 3 BO.
THIS SPICE 18 RE
Pioneer Furniture Go.
HUUamlUll King Street.
Notice of Removal I
ON AND AFTER JULY 1st. THE
Office of the PEOPLE'S ICE & KK
PltlOEitATINO CO. will be at the
Factory, Beretania Street,
HOTH TELEPHONES KM.
L. 0. AULES, - Manaueu.
Residence Telephones Hell 'JI3, Mutual
e TO .A.. ML.
Do not forget the time lo ring up
152 Mutual Telephone 152.
N. F BUROXSS
is still prepared to repair Garden Hose.
Sprinklers, water Taps, Piling Saws aud
sharpening all kinds tools, iucludliiK Carv
ing Knives and Scissors. Ijwii Mowers a
specialty. Alto Netting Ulass, In fact all
kinds of Johliluit Work imllwl for and ri
himmt llrw l(
Corner Klug A Nuuhiiu His.
Kuw. Woltkr, : : i : Manager.
Finest of Wines it Liquors
Billiard 6c Reading Room
rUKK TO rATRUJU,
XXTTT1T.A.X. TJB3L,33IIXO:tT.H: 373.
1 beg to Inform Bporllng Mm and thu
(Inderal Public that 1 am prepared to Uo-
tialr and Keuuvutu every description ol
'Ireurms. Uuns, illltus aud Kevolvers
skillfully Ke-stocked. lllueliigaud Drown
ing done in any shade. Klrst-class vtork.
mauihip guaraiitt-ed. Customers promptly
UNION HTHKKT, HONOLULU,
W. F. Reynold!, : Prop.
The Domestic Sewing Machine
makes happy viivcs and tweet
hearts. All kinds Machine Needles and
A Itachments 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 Typewriter? to make
the business man happy.
Tennis Supjtlies 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 compUte the happi
ness of all
Buy a Stem Winding, Stem
Setting Nickel Plated Watch.
guaranteed a good timekeeper
Corner Nidiiq t lotil Stmti.
New Goods! New Goods!
KECEIVED UY F.VEKY BTKAMKK.
Silk Dress Goods,
-ALL CO LOBS -
JAPANESE SILK GRAPE,
Plain and Brocaded;
JAPANESE COTTON CHAPE,
Silk Shirts and Night Shirts,
Hllk Mouses. Bilk Neckties.
Handkerchief". Bbawls, Bashes.
Hosiery and Chemises,
JaimneM Trays, liamboo Bcreens.
Tea Sets, Kiower Pots, Etc, Ku.
Prices Cheaper than Ever 1
VING FAT CHAN
Beg to inform the public that they
have opened a
Branch Store at lo. 322 Itmun Stmt,
Where they carry a complete line of
HEDUOOM BETB, CHAIKB,
STANDS, Eto., Eto., Etc.
Panltmn Rtplr4 aai antral JwMia
at HaaMUblt Bats.
VING FAT CHAIN,
107U-3iu SH Nuuauu Street.
Old Stand Swept Away.
XAM STILL PltEPAUED TO BUTE It
iuteud. .deconstruct, or build anything
belonging to the Building Trade.
All orders left with Johu Nott.
King street, will be promptly attended to.
G. W. LTNCOTsN.
A : NEW :
Ttie Hawaiian Messenger Service
L. M. Joiinhoh, Manager.
Natal) 599-TELEPHOIEi-lell 9511
Office iu Masonlo Building.
We are prepared lu furnish Uniformed
Mvsseugers at all hours. Promptness and
satisfaction guaranteed. Yon ring us up
and we will do the rest,
AW Hourly rates 40c. fur distant
ralt's w MrsKDiiitpr's Map. 1074-tf
G. E. BOARDMAN,
HOLE A'IKNT rOK