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I National Cane Shredder!
Wf PATENTED UNDER TMK LAWS OK TUK HAWAIIAN ISLAND
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rpHE UNDERSIGNED HAVE BEEN A1TOINTED BOLE AUKNTS FOR
theio Suhkudkks and are now ttiepared to receive orders.
Tbo great advantages to be derivod from the uho of the National Uanl
Shbkddkb are thoroughly established and acknowledged by Planters
Tbo large numbor of Planters lining them in tbe United State, Oulm.
Argentine itepubllc, l'oru, Australia nnd elwbcru, bear witness to the
The uo of tbo BtiRKDnr.n very largoly HUgtnonts tbo quantity of cane
tbo mill can grind (25 to 60), also the extraction of juico (5 to 12).
It is a treat safeguard, making known at unco thn Dresenco of auv
pieces of iron, stakes from cars, or anything which would bo liable to damagr i
mo mill, and allowing amnio limo to remove same beforo dauiuging the mill. I
Tbo riiiRKDUKK is very strongly made, and from tbe manner of its opera
uou it cuts or tears these pieces of wood or iron without often breaking the
Khhkdukk; and if anything breaks, it ix simply some of the knives or cutters,
which can be quickly and economically replaced. The Siiiikduku, as lie
uame indicates, tears tho cane into sbnds of nrying lengths, perfectly open-
ing it and allowing the mill to thoroughly press out tho juices without re-,
quiring me immenso extra )ower ut'ceetary to grind or crush tho wlioit
cane. The Hiikkudkk spreads tho sliredded cane uniformly and evenly to
tbo mill rolls, and does away with the necessity of spreading tbo brigade by
band between tbe mills, whero regriuding is in use. No greuter amount ol
boiler capacity is required to operate the Bmhkuiiku than that which wat
sufficient for tho mill, for the above reasons. Wo furnish full working
drawings for the installation of our Hiiukudkuh, enabling au competent en
gineer to succesnfully install uud start them.
In ordering riiiKKiuiKKR from us, pWco nend small sketeh, showing tin
diameter and width of tbe mill rolls with which Hiikkduku is to be connected,
also the side (cither right or left bund us you face tho delivery sido of the
mill;, upon which the mill engine is lixiiUil, aUo the height from lloor line
to center of (rout mill roll shaft, and distance center this shaft to front end
of bod plate. These rJiiUKniiKKfl are now being used by the llilo Hugar Do
and Hawi Mill, Kobala, where they are giving great satisfaction.
g0 i'rlees and further parlicul.im may bo bud by applying u
IKI.KPHONK IIW I' O IK IX an
lMJ'ORTKU AND DEALEH IN
GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, FLOUR and FEED.
Fresh California Roll Butter and Island Butter ,
10- ALWAYS ON HAND jg
lew Good!) Received by Ever? Steamer from San Frioclsco.
tW All Orders faithfully alU-mi U.
lolled and acked with care.
Lincoln Block, Kino Street.
UOTJI TKI.KHHONK8 iW
LEWIS & CO.,
Ill tfOKT STI&NHT.
Importers, Wholesale 4 W liners
Provision Dealers & Naval Supplies
Eresh Qoodi by Every California Steamer.
ICK - HOUSE - GOODS - A - SPECIALTY.
laLANON OaUKKA SoUDITKD. JKtt Vf SATIBfAOTION OCARANTUICD.
II. K. MolNM'YUE & 1JUO.,
INrORTKMI ANl DCALtRa la
Groceries, Provisions - and - feed.
New Uood Kt-olYtMl by Rvery I'ackei from tbe Kartarn HtaU-a and Kunip.
KBE8H OALIFOKNIA - PRODUCE BY - KVKKV HTKAMKK
All Untara falthfull
Ui.anii Ohukh SOLII'ITKO
KAMI' llllltKH KiiKt
W. W. AHANA
333 2TiioJi,u Ctrt-
English, Scotch and American Goods.
dt)lfl and Pit OtiiuuiitFttd.
Oleuuiiig & Repairing
Mutual Tle. 668. P. 0. Box IU.
J. J. EGAN
OX Fort Street.
al,WAY8 ON IIANOTHK
Litest Styles iu Millinery
-THK LATKST IN -
White aid Colored Worsted Goods
TUK MOhT COM J'LKTK HTUUK OV
DRY : GOODS
in thk orrv
Drtiioiklog Done bj Mrs. Beuoer.
IIO YEN KlfllO & CO.,
II Nurunil HttH'l.
Tiiwiths, Plumbiufl, Etc.
OhUXKKKY and (1I.4HHW A ltd.
'CViit-Jiipiti. i??-.!.. iv
IRWIN & CO., L'd..
A(iful fin tr ItavnUnu Islnmt'
HalUfaution K'lxrutiU-nl. IMsm! Unlrr j
Birr. Fort and Alkka Smim.
V . I1UX -if,
V 0. BOX IV
to slut (lnodr
lMlYml ut Htiy
SATllfAtTIOH tll' RNTKItn,
Corner Dutul Noiunu Strenta.
Fara 'm aiul Brandies
PORT vs.. SHERRY
B3 Years Old.
HJI MANAdKIt LOm
Rigger & Stevedore,
KHIIMATKH AND UONTItAI'lH (IN
AM. KIMIBOK WUKK
Will rnn reilliirly betH-ern tbla port and
Walaliia, Kanallmial. Mukillelu, Ktswn.
mil and I'imiki on tlm Inland of Oali I.
Kur Frelt-bt, eU)., apply to tbe Captain.
at nlllie of J H. Walker
llnnk Knrtnlrrel H"t7-lf
CEYLON TEA and jeweluy.
1IKO TO INKOH.M THK I'UIII.H
that I have otiiwl my Hiore at No. UH
nuuanu ainei wmi i eyiou lanurariiirtu
. ii it " .. . . i
ewelry -t with Itubles, Haiihlres, 1'enrji
to. Just received Mime 1'iire Cevlim Tea
try It. Alio, Indian Malmim
mo, inuian naimim ami uausou
An lnittloii of my stock la soli
W. J. NMIKIrl,
m-U No. IM Nniunn street.
Oahu Railway Laml (!o.
OCCURS TUK I'Um.lC
Another Great Opportunity
To Sweur lloiaa In Ou of tha Moot
Delightful Loualltlfta to b
found In thu ParailiK
of thu Pacific.
Aj a hniltliy rcsurt 1'csrl City list
slrrady tabtlslil an enviable reputation.
Many good cltUens In this community
have experienced the wonderful ellect pro
duced by a few ! sujourn hi tlint dry,
cool attuospberti, nnd give Kmtcful teitl
i inouy to the relief they liavo almofit In
tatitly Knlncd from aevrrcand Ioiirci'M.
thmed attacks of aitlinia. Phyalclstii
scqilflluted with the rllmnlH of l'rnrl City
reroiiinieiid It nsa imturaNnnluirluiii
THE WATER SUPPLY
And rati be lncrnl m invet the ueaita nl
a jpiilatlun eiutl to tlin larxetl city In
l'aor. A. II. Ltowk of Oabn ColleKe la
our autborlty for statliiK tbat tbe water
nipply la tbe purett yet dlrruferetl Iu lbl
Special loduconients to Earl; Settlers:
Kor ninety dayi from date a e will sell
U)T8 ON Bl'KUIAL, TKKMH favorable to
boita-flde settler. Kor a term of three
montba from date, lumber and all build
Ing material will be supplied, aud dellrer
ed at l'earl Uity at much Inwt-r prlre tbau
erer leforo obtalmxl,
For further particulars, call at this ottice
or on any of tbe lumber dealers in Ibis
city. Thoae who now own lota as well as
those who proHM to become realdeuts of
tbat (.rowing city, alll do well Ut embrace
lbla-o)iortunlty. Those who avail them
el yen of thin oirer, within the time named,
will be entitled to, ahd will receive the
Kor a term of ten yeara, tbla t'omany
a III carry such residents and their families
from l'earl City to Honolulu in the morn-
I ok arriving a little before nevnu o'clock,
aud from Honolulu to IVarl City In the
evenliiK (having Honolulu station a little
after live o'clock , for ten ccuta each wuy,
a rate lesa than one cent per mile. The
rate on all other panbeiwer tralua running
duriiiK the day or night will Im 1 reuti
per mile first rlasn, and I cent per mile
A k0'I school In hIh)hI lo lie opeiirHt in
tbe I'uulnaula. In tbe Hue, Ure, ne
auhool'hotixe erected by .Mr J. T. Water
I lioiiHri. UitKtileuls llvlni- at l'uarl City
bcl-hti, labove l'earl City stHtlonl aud
thorn havliic bomi-s on the lYnlimila, will
be allowed lu ride free on regular tinfus
between l'earl Mly atutlotia to and from
Those who want to continue loteud their
children to schools lu Honolulu, istu have
traimKjrtotloii on all retular trains u nnd
from l'earl City, fur the purpose of attend
lri school, at live cent each wuy for each
pupil. ThU is i(iml to -'I to -Jl miles ride
for ten cents.
Kiml Inducements for tbope ilnilrliiK to
stcure homes In this country liuve never
before been allured to tho public.
This Company has been rci!eted from
abroad to name the price of nil tliir un
sold luud In that locality.
BhuuM a cleaniiue iale be made to a
syndicate, no opportunity like the present
would ntfuln occur for the pitruhne of
honifa at l'earl City.
"A Word to the Wise is
OAHU RAILWAY & LAND CO,
It. K. mi.UNiillAM,
Historical Hawaiian Drama.
ThocominK presentation of Mr.
Crowley's play, entitled "Oeeanica,"
will illustrate life in Hnnaii a con
I tury ago, when King Kalaniopuu,
tho "Turrioboo" of Captain Cook's
'chroniclers, hold sway. Wheu the
I utonislied natives of Hawaii beheld
tho, to them, great floating etruc
' turns of Cook, the priests set them
I down for temples which were to
convey to them Lono, tbo tnessiah
of Hawaiian theology. One of the
priot-ts in tho drama represents tho
"nmrvel of the sea" as tho Heiau
(temple) of Lono with the ladders of
Keolewa and tho steps to the altars.
Tboy are the gods eomo dowu to us.
Lono brings with him the people of
whom Kokiopilo, tbo prophet of Ku
piliea, spoko when ho said, "Tho for
eignors should come hero white
people and as for their dogs people
Kiiouiu riilo upon them, and they
should bring dogs with very long
oars." This isalmnst a literal trans
latiou of what David Malo tho his
torian has handed down as the
priestly solution of the strange
phenomena presented in the visit of
the shins Discovery and Resolution.
King Kalaniopuu was, upon tho ar
rival of Captain Cook, engaged iu
the right royal pastitno of attempt
ing to conquer Kahekili, King of
.Maui, and wipo out all Mauiaus who
would vote for home rule for Wni
luku. King Kalaniopuu lost no titno
in slipping away from liana and
making as Imposing an appearance
as be could beforo "Lono" at Koala
kekua Day. lie renewed that ac
quaintance with Captaiu Cook,
which commenced when in company
with olher.chiefs ho visited Cook's
bips off Koolau, Maui, just two
months beforo. Thu subsequent
events embraced in tho brief stay of
Captaiu Cook's ships at Hawaii up
to the period of bis death oil tho 14th
of February afford scopo for much
interesting dramatic illustration.
Kcaonta thu Crltlclain.
Iu tho Daily Bulletin of .hilv 11
I noticed an nrliclucallod thu"Tlii)N
plnns of llamaktin," uud slnud
"I'orlin." Id this (lingracuful com
inuulcntlou "I'ortla" has attutnptud
to vilify and critidno what ho is
plunMd tu term "lliu no-called liter
nry Hiicivty of Ilamakua." Now while
vu admit that this socioty cauuol
hoast of any groat taluiit, aud thai
it may hau Iil-ou an not of proiumn
tioti to attompt to road so masiurly
it play as thu "Murchaut of Vwuicu,
etill I dony that thu reading was
donu "iu n tnouotouit." or that "it
was a most dreary affair," or n "dis
aiiioiuttnttiit to tho public" Now
tbo fact of thu mailer is, tho pulillo
worotiot iiiiitnd, so that thoy could
not woll ho dioappo'tilt-d; hut to
Ivavothat out of tho (iititui, o
cousidor this critk'lam oulragoous,
unjust, aud altogothor ununllfd for,
nuu wo ri'irol to find a pomou iu
this community so lost to ovory
euiifto of tnnlo, of roason, and pro
priuty as to mnlui so iiucharilablo a
statiMiiont and to publish it to tho
world iu ouo of thu Kroat daily
lluuiiikun, July 18, 181(1.
A horso kicked II. S. Shnofor, of
tho Fruoinyor IIouso, Mlddloburg,
N. Y., mi tho kuoo, which laid him
up in hod and oatisud tho knoo joint
to IxH-ouio stilT. A frioud rocom
uiiindi'd him to uso Ghamborlaiu'a
1'aiu Ualm, which ho did, aud in two
dajs was ablo to bo around. Mr.
Shnofor tins rocoiniuiiidod it to
many olhors aud snys it is oxcollont
for any kind of n bruiso or nprain.
This sauio roiiKHly is also famous for
its cures of rhouiuatisiu. For salo
by all dfalora. Uousou, Smith &
Co., Agonta for lliu Hawaiian lab
O. I. HarriiDii, practical piano
and organ maker and tunor, can fur
nish Intst factory references. Orders
loft at Uawaiinn News Co. will re
coivo prompt attention. All work
guarauteed to bo tho samo aa done
Mr. Goo. C. Boanlman is author
l7.l coll.x'lor for Ibillislxr ft ('
Visitors. Picnic Parties, Luaus
At Smith's Musaxd Livkuy
iStahlus, Kino Stukkt,
lAdJoinlni; Metropolitan Meat Market,)
Is the I'heappMt l'luce lu Town yon can
get llllHHf-, WsKOliutlua, IIUKUies uud
ho die Jlnr.os. It will jmv you to cull
and see beforo jou try ehenhure.
NOTICE TO PASSENGERS.
A I.I. I'KKHONH INTKNDINO
XV take pasHKu on Blt'itinerh of
1'itt-r-lnliiiicl HU'iilii NavlKiiihm Co., from
iionoiuui, are lietcb rciiesteil to tmr
clm-o ilrkuts at tho Whirl Olll.-e of the
Coiiimny before eiiilinrldiiK, nnd any tin-senj-'ir
fullliiK to do so shall be subject to
pay '" iercent of the regular fare in addi
tion thereto. 'I III. rule will bo etrlrlly en
fori cd from and ufter the lstduvnf AuuiiNt
liroxluio. V. II. UODKltKY,
V. II. Mi 1,kn. Sco'y. i'reslileiit.
Ilniinliilo Intr 17 IH'II tv.t 7
ELEO'l'ION OF OFtflOEHB.
a i rin: annual mi:i:tino ov
f th ll'iwin nt li iik I'Mifimii Tfiii,
the following Mumbersof the Hoard were
re rlcvli'd to ervn an Olllcers (or the uiiu
Aut Iiik fleoret'iry
Honolulu, July ID, 1891.
Thu follow ng testimonial
has been received from a pro
minent plantation owner nnd
Hohololu, H. I., May 2M, 18M.
Pacific Haidwasi Co. I.'d, Honolulu.
You ask my opinion of Lucol aa a Paint
I hare experimented with Lucol Oil for
outside and Inside work, also on iron work,
painting my vacuum pan, machinery and
centrifugals, with It and tho result has
been most satisfactory. It dries harder,
makes a better finish, goes farther and Is
more satisfactory In every way than Un
Certain paint work which waa always
sticky with linseed oil, dried hard when
Lucol Oil was nsed.
Youry truly, Auo. Dbsirs,
Direction for Use.
Uso Luool in every respect In the
same manner as you would linseed
oil, with the single exception that you
may add fully one-quarter more Lu
col. to tho bamo quautlty of pigment
than you would of linseed.
In using metallic, Vcnotian red, the
ochros, and other dry pigments, it Is
advisable lo mix up the paint at least
one duy beforo it is lo be used, then
add a third ruoro Lucol and the piiut
will bo found to cover well and have
a good gloss.
NEVER UriE JAi'ANS.
Whero hard surfaces such as floor
steps, etc., aro required use litharnc
only, never uso Japans.
LUOOL MIXES WITH VAR
NIHHEH and assist their working and im
proves their appearance hut they
SHOULD UK UBKl) BANK DAY TIIEV AkK
mixkd, otherwise tho gum of the var
nish may bo precipitated or the mix
Tho addition of from i to of Lv
ool to varnishes does not reduco their
lutro nor retard their hardening and
drying and it prevents their cracking.
Agents for tbe Hawaiian Islands
Fancy Dress Ball
Monday Evening, Aog. 6.
Klrst I'rlte-Sllk Dress, by J. J. Kp-n,
for Most Original Female Costume.
Second I'rUe Etching Oold Frame, by
the Pacific Hardware Co., for liest Female
Third I'rlio Fancy HaiiKlni? Lamp, by
Hawaiian Hardware Co., for llsndsoiuest
Fourth I'rUe Student Umn, by Custle
& Cooke, for Host Ueutlcman Uaiuer.
Fifth PrUe-Sllvcr Vase, by K. O. Hall
X Bon, for liest Lady Dancer.
for Most Original Male Costume.
8eventh Prlie-Oold Bcarf Pin, by II. F.
Wichman, for liest Male Character Cos
Klghth I'rlre-l'nlr of Slippers, by Manu
facturltiR Shoe Co., for Second Ileal Female
Ninth I'rUe Hat, by Traoy, for Iteat
Hard Times Costume by tieutleman.
Tenth Prize-Photo. Album, by Hawaiian
News lk)., for liest Hard Times Costume
Kleventh Prlze-3 Shirts, by Mellis, for
Second liest Male Character Costume.
Twelfth Prize Dottle Perfume, by Ueu
sou Biuith & Co., for Second Uett Lady
COMMITTEE Of ABItANOEMENTS:
Joseph L. Carter, Chairman j L. M.
Johnson, J. Ellluger, H. Zerbe, Kd.Towse.
F. II. McBtooker, Chairman i F. O.
While, K. A. Jacobbou, Wm. Katon, Prof.
Lyons, J, J, I'ufi.
(leo. U. Biratemeyer.
J. H. Klaliur. Jiilin k'l.lnll CI,.-
Hawkins, L. 0. Abies, J. H. Martin, J. K.
J. W. Pratt, T. I Bavorln, J. Walter
Jones, Thus. Wall,
I., r. Keliake,
Tickets Admitting Gentleman and Ladles
Oai Prmrtf trwa any Mtmbar ol
"DAI NIPPON" I
Hotel Street (Arlington Block)
Just ltccclved another Invoice of
Japanese Fancy Goods
- AND -
Plain and Figured Bilk and Crape.
MORNING GOWNS -
Plain Silk and Embroidered.
Silk and Cotton Kimonos
Bilk Fans, Cnshlons,
Embroidered Bilk Tea Cosies.
Table Covers, Med Covers,
Bilk Bashes, Neckwear.
Beautiful China Warel
Balad Bowls, Bon-bon Dishes,
t'latei, Etc., Etc, Kte.
Bilk and Cotton 1'atamaa.
Rugs, Elegant Lamp Shades,
Ilamboo Canes, Lunch ltaskots,
Ilamboo Valliei. Japaucs Trays,
Etc., Etc., Ete., Etc.
Mrs. J. P. P. Gollaco, Proprietress.
-Kill. I. I.INKOK-
Japanese '.' Goods I
Silk and Cotton Dress Goods,
Kte., Klo. Km. Ktv
Silk, Liuen aud lY;ipe Shiits
- OF t'OMl'LKTE HTOCK -
Made by Yauiatoyaof Yokohama.
When vou are In tieil nf n Mn
of Jaupsv Ooods, give us first call and
aave Kolng all around town.
BOS "Tore S3t, naovr Cviatasx. Xauas
A. F. Medeiros & Co.
Merchant JJ Tailors.
Ilolel St., under Arlington Hotel.
Latest Patterns in Suitings
Itecelved by Kvery Bleamer.
PERPBLT FIT OR NO SALE.
Ageut to Tale Acknowledgments
Vanaement aud Sals ol Propen)
Collecting in All Its Branches.
Orrica: No. 42 Merchant Btrttet.
UUTVAL TEXI-IXOXT-M 9 BO.
VHIB SPACE la RE
Pioneer Furniture Co.
'UlidUll King Street
6 TO .A., in.
Do not forget the time to ring up
152 -Mutual Telephone -152.
N. FN BTJR.CX1SS
Is still prepared to repair Garden Hose.
Borliiklers, Water Taps, Filing Bawa and
sharpening all kinds tools, lucludiim Carv
Ing Knives and Hcissors. Iwiwu Mowers a
specialty. Also Bettluc (Mass, lu (act all
kinds of JivIiIiIiik Wurlr called for and re.
turned inrM tf
Comer King A Minium Bin.
Kuw. Woi.TtR, iii! Manager,
Finest of Wines & Liquors
Billiard Ac Reading Room
rnK to rATRosia,
-trrtr.A.x. rjsz.-tazxzoxT3B 373.
1'UAUTIOAI. (1 UN-MA KICK I
I beg to Inform Sporting Men aud the
(leneral Public Hint I am prepand to lie
Iiftlr ami lleuovute every descrliiliou ol
'ireurius. tluus, llllles nnd Revolver
skillfully RestooliiMl. Illiiulngaud llruwu
lug done In any shinlo. Klrsluluss ork.
iiianship guaraiiletMl. ('ii-loiiitrp promptly
UNION HTRKKT, HONOLULU.
Golilcn Hole Bazaar.
W. F. Reynolds, : Prop.
The Domestic Sewing Machine
makes happy wives and svieeU
All kinds Machine Needles and
A ttachmenth 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 lo 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.
Baseball Supplies to make "our
Visiting Card and Society
Stationery to convey happiness.
Office Stationery and Blank
Books, and to eompUte the happi
ness of all
Buy a Stem Winding, Stem
Setting Nickel Plated Watch,
guaranteed a good timekeeper
Corner Nuoian t Hotel Stmti.
New Goods! New Goods!
KRCRIVKI) DY KVKRY BTRAXEK.
Silk Dress Goods,
Plain and Brocaded
JAPANR8K COTTON OKAPK.
Silk Shirts and Night Shirts,
Silk mouses. Bilk Neckties,
Handkerchiefs. Hhawla, Baahea,
Hosiery and Ohamleea,
Silk and Cotton Kimonos !
Japaneso Trays. Ilamboo Rcreeoi.
Tea BeU, Flower Fota, Kte., Klo.
Prices Cheaper than Ever t
VLNG FAT CHAN
Beg to Inform tbe pobllo tbat they
have opened a
Branch Store at Xo. 322 Inoinn Stmt,
Where they carry a complete line of
ItKDUOOM 8KTB, OUAIItB,
STANDS, Etc, Etc., Etc.
FnrnltHra Hepalrtd h Stural JobUig
t SoaMBtbU Rata.
VING FAT OUAN,
I07iriu SU Nuoanu Btreeu
Old Stand Svept Away.
1AM BT1LL PREPARED TO BDPBR
Intend, Reconstruct, or build anything
lielonglng to the Building Trade.
All orders left with John Nott.
King street, will be promptly attended to.
(4. W. LINCOLN.
A : NEW : DEPARTURE
The Hawaiian Messenger Senice
U M. Joiimhoh, Manager.
Mutual 599TELEFH0KES-1I1 S59
OHlce In Masonic Uulldlng.
We are prepared to furnish Uniformed
Messengers at all hours. Promptnasa aud
naiislactlon guaranteed. You ring us up
aud we will do the rest.
tf Hourly rate 40c. Kor dlstanoe
rate aee MeMniiit(-r's Map. 1071-lf
G. E. BOARDMAN,
HOLE AllKNT FOR
Wfe. - mr.
1 m a