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National Cane Shredder
I'ATKNTKIt UNIIKKTUK I.AW8
Br . At 1V' ,', tlsivv
THE UNDERSIGNED HAVE BEEN Al'l'OINTKD 80I.K AUISNT8 FOK jaU 8i9his l0 thnl both old ttud
tlieae yiiKKDDKKB aud are now p to pa rod to receive order. young may he happy.
Tho great advantages to be derived (runt the tine ot the National Oanr '
Sen" l,'0r0Ug,,ly eBlftb,i8lu',l nA knowleJge.l by Planter mu and fo )f
Tho largo number ot l'lantera using them in the United States, Cuba, ' youngsters happy.
Argentine Kcpublie, Peru, Australia ami elsewhere, bear witness to the i
Iniyc claim. r ' i w u i t
Tho uo of thn 8iiHicmRK very largoly augments the nuantlty of cane j "emxngton 1 ypewnltrs to make
the mill can grind (25 to M'.), also the extraction of juice (6 to 12). the business man fuippy.
It is a great safeguard, making known at once tho prenenco of any '
pieces of iron, stakes from cars, or anything which would bo liable to damage t... . e. ..... ,..... ... .
the mill, and ullowing ample time to remove same before damaging the mill. " Supplies to assist young
The HiiKKDiiKH is very strongly made, and from tho manner ofils opera- men and maidens to achieve hap
Hon it cuts or tears theso piece of wood or iron without often breaking the i .'..,..
Uhkkudkk; aud if anything breaks, it is simply oomuot the knives or cutters, ' ' ,
which can bo quickly aud economically replaced. Tho Hiihkddkk, na its
iiamo indicates, tears the cauo into shreds of urying length, perfectly open- Purses and Card Cases to make
lug it ami allowing the mill to thoroughly press out tho juices without re- tf i , ; tnnnM
Itiiring the immenso extra kjwct neeeseary Ui grind or crush the whole lllJ'
cane. The Shukddkk spreads the shredded cauo uniformly and evenly to
the mill rolls, ami does uway witli the necessity of spreading the bagussu by ' Wallets and Pocket Books to
hand between the mills, where regriuding is in use. No greater amount of mnL. ,, itl -. ,.,.
In.iler capacity is required to operate tho Hhkkuokk lliau that which wat mae ""' "Jr0UI nnppy.
siilllcieut for tho mill, (or tho above reasons. We furnish full working
drawings for the installation of our rfiiiiKODicus, enabling any competent en- Baseball Supplies to vinke "our
glneer to successfully install aud start them. j ll0V.' ,nmtv
In ordering Sukkmikki from us, please send small sketch, showing the " ''
diameter and width of the mill rolls witli which SliiiKOmut is to be connected, i
also the side (either right or left hand as you face the delivery side of the Visiting Cards and Society
inilli, upon which the mill engine is located, also the height from lloor line . cn.- ....., ......,...
to center of front mill roll shaft, ami dManeo ce.iler this shaft to front end ' Mionery to convey happiness.
of lied plate. I hese nilKKODKHi are now being Used by the ltilo BUgar Co.
and llawi Mill, Kohala, where they arc giving great satisfaction.
gjsV I'rirei and further iarticulars may be had by applying ui
IKI.KI'IIONK tilt P ( lX 3
IMPOKTER AND DKALG1I IN
GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, FLOOR and FEED.
IMPOKTEK AND DKALKlt IN
Presb California Roll Batter and Island Batter
r always on uand i
f)e Goods Received by Every Steamer from San Francisco.
- All Orders faitlifiilly slleinl to. Kailafsctlnn misrnnuil. Ilmt.l Unlcn
nllrtKtl and packed wlllM-srs.
Lincoln Block, Kino Strket,
110 ril TKI.KI'HONEH 210-
Provision Dealers & Naval Supplies
Fresh Ooodi by Et ery CaliloraU Steaaer.
ICK - UOUSK - GOODS - A - SPECIALTY.
Inland Orukrs Solicited. AtV K0T SATiiraoTioN Gcaranteko.
II. K. .McLNTYUE & BliO.,
IMPORTKM AND DEALERM IN
Groceries, - Provisions - and - feed.
Nw (IcxMi Itrovlrml hy Kvery I'arket from tlif Ksttvrn Stati-ssiiil Kuro.
KHKHH OAUPOHN1A - IMIODUCR - WV KVKIIY . STKAMKK
All Oritsrs Ulllifiilly sKenJetl to Mint 0(kIk IIWith) Hi rii
Karl .if III- I'lty KltKK.
Island Omiucw SouciTr.n SATinrAorio (Iharantked,
KAHT lUIKMCII KMKT NI KINII HTItKKTH.
w. w. ahana. Empire Saloon,
3S3 XTaan.'u Otraat.
English, Scotch and American floods.
Hlyle mill Kit Umiruntml,
Closuring & Repairing
Mutual Tele. 668. P. 0. Boi 144.
J. J. EGAN
BU Fort atret.
AI.WAYB ON HANI) THK
Lateit Styles in Millinery
-THIS 1.ATK0T IN -
White aad Colored Worsted Ooodi
THK M08T COM J'l.KTK BTOIJK OK
DRY : GOODS
IN THK OITY
OreumiklDt Done bj Mrs. Reoner,
110 Y1CN KIM & CO.,
II Nillisilil Htrrt-l.
Tiiuiithi, Pluiliiig, Etc.
OKIMIKKIIV and Ul.aHHWAItH.
0KTIIR HAWAIIAN IHI.ANDm
IRWIN & CO., L'd.,
thU Agetitt for tht linurnllnn ttlniul.
Ukt. Fot and Alaska Stmkta.
p. o. mix ai;
I. O. Iiox m
norner Hotel ft Nnuinn Slrssls.
m m and Brandies
VOilT an. SHERUY
S3 Years Old.
E3. 1ST. R.ESQXJ-A.,
WM. DA VIES,
Rigger & Stevedore,
KHTI.MATKH AND OONTItADTB ON
Al.l. KINDS OK VVOltK.
Will run regularly between this port and
Walulua, Kuwaihspal. Mukulela, Keawu
mil and I'uiilkl on the Inland of Osbn.
Kor KrelKht. eto., apply to the Daplaln.
lift- Inmilre at utlle of J. H. Walker,
ovr Uireckels' Hank, Kurt street IW-tf
OEYLON TEA AND JKWELRY.
IIKO TO INKOIIM THK I'lllll.lC
that 1 have aliened my Htnre at No. '!
Nuuaiiu iirrei will i;eyiuu Maiiuiauiureu i
rr . t . .. - ..a. .
Jewelry et with ItubleHapphlre., I'earU,
to. Juit nxtelved tome Pure Ceylon Tea
try It. Alto, ludlan Habana and Hauion
Cluare, All fnieiliuu of my ktuck Ii ol.
rlud. W. J. IfADUIH,
I wM-tf No tM Nnnanu itrett.
W. F. Reynolds, : Prop.
The Domestic Sewing Machine
makes happy wives and sweet
hearts. All kinds Machine Needles and
Attachments In make e.vny woman
Onitars to charm with oug and
leave a happy smile.
Spectacles and Eyeglasses to Jit
Ojjlce Stationery and Blank
Books, and to complete, the happi
nets of all
Buy a Stem Winding, Stem
Setting Nickel Plated Watch,
guaranteed a good timekecjier
N&w Goods! M Goods!
, q.,, ! n
JA '1C0fl UUUUDi
-AM. COMIKH -.lAI'ANESE
JAl'ANKHK COTTON OKAI'K.
Silk Shirts and Night Shirts,
Silk Hloiitfi. Bilk Kecktlrs.
tUudkerehlct. dliawls, Hailiei.
Uutlsry and Clieuilnen
JaiAiittM Trays. Ilsmboo Bor f ni,
Tea Hot., Flower Tots, Kin., Ktr
Prices Cheaper than Ever !
Kf it to Inform the publlu (hat tiny
Itare 0m-iiihI a
Branch Stora at No. 322 Mm Street,
Where lliryrarry aruiiiilet lliifol
IIKIIKOOM HKTH, (UIAIKH,
HTANHH, Klc, Klc, Kir
Furullurs Rspairtd and Oeasral Jobbing
at Reasonable Kales.
VI NG FAT CHAN,
Old Stand Swept Away.
1AM 8TII.I. 1'KKI'AHKI) I'O blll'KK.
Iiitemt, KrcoiiHtruct, or build anything
Lf longliiK to the UiiIIiIIuk Traitu.
tm All orders left with John Noll,
KlriKxtreet, will be promptly attended to.
O. W. LTNfJOLN.
A : NEW :
The Hawaiian Messenger Service
Im M. JoiiMxoa, Manager.
Mutual 599 -TELEPHONES -Ball 559
Ottit'o In Maeonlo HuIMIiik.
We are prepared lo fiirnlnh I'lilforiiiml
MtianeiiKerii at all hiiuri. l'riimiiiiuK unJ
ratiafanilnn xuaranteed. Vim riiiK ui up
aud we will do the rent,
IV Hourly raten H Kor dlitauc)
rate nee Meennir' Map. 1 1 7 - f
G. E. BOARDMAN,
KOI.K AIIKNT KOH
(Continued from hi Page.)
favor iu the islnmls, tho Hawaiian
people regarding it as opening a
most valuable addition totheirtratlu
nnd alreadr it has oxpamUul most
"Tho proposed cable project is
also hailed with pleasure iu Hawaii,"
he remarked. "You must know
that for years the government there
nnd a standing otTer of 25,0(X a
year for a rable connection with
America, and though our present
condition has been sotnowhat uncer
tain, now that wo havo settled upon
a permanent basis, ray colleagues
ana myself aro quito ready to do
what wo can to favor a cable, either
by way of Victoria or San Francisco.
ou Canadians no doubt prefer to
hao it laid here, in sympathy with
your Imperial interests, and 1 must
say that it appears that tho cable
seems more likely to come this way
than bv way of San Francisco."
Mr. Damon is delighted with his
trip across by the Warritnoo, aud
says the accommodation and atten
tion shown to passengers will make
the uauailian route a great favorite
with tourists and tho travelling pub
lic generally. He leaves this morn
ing for Seattle on his way to San
Francisco. He is accompanied by
Mr. K. V. Jordan, a prominent mer
chant of Uouolulu, who is also on
a business trip.
The United Press correspondent
at Honolulu, writing under dale of
the 2d lii'tnnl for ufcpntch by the
'The comenlioii completed the
third reading of the constitution ou
the 301 Ii. A number of verbal
emendations were made aud tho
order of smornl sectious changed.
They will meet on the morning of
the third to make the final enact
ment. "The constitution is to bo promul
gated at B a. m. on July 1, aud Pre
sident Dole is lo take the oath of
ollico at that hour in front of the
executive building. Dole will then
appoint and swear iu his cabinot.
the councils will meet ou the M,
and by resolution turn over the gov
ernment and all its property to tho
new Republic of Hawaii.
"Admiral Walker went to Waiauao
on the 2)tli uith Parker and Wide
maun, ou a steamer provided by tho
latter, returning the following even
ing. Widemauii owns a large plan
tation at Waiauao. The object of
tho excursion was said to be fishing.
"An titti'iupt is being made by
royalists to win over by bribes the
heads of the American League and
the Scliuetzeii Club, Tim Murray
and 11. Klenime, who wore oflorou
last week S.MKK) each. The Queen
was to proclaim a satisfactory con
stitution if she might be restored.
Murray and Klummu informed the
government, mid were instructed to
encourage tho negotiations to the
Iioiiit of getting some of the money
landed over. This has not vet lx-on
done, although the sum ode red has
been doubled. While there has beuu
much kicking and growling iu thuo
associations, they are thoroughly
loyal to the revolution, and it is
childish to suppose that they could
be turned over by their leader to the
Queen. liilly Cornwell, late minis
ter of finance, olTers the bride, al
though it is not learned whuru tho
money comes from. Ho is believed
to ha.o it iu hand, but Carsou Ken
yon is the go-betweuu.
"Tho royalists aro greatly agitated
and extremely anxious to pieveul
the establishment of the republic.
As a prominent citi.en expressed it,
they can only bark, but dare not
bito, Tho government do not lie
Wove that they will make any at
tempt whatever at resistance any
morn than they have done for eight
een months past. They will, how
evor, lake no chances. Kvery pro
cnutiou will ho used. The constitu
tion continues to tho advisory coun
cil all tho powers of tho legislature
nut II tin latter is elected and meets.
"Tho citizens held a muss meeting
this evening at I ho drill shed for the
purpoMi of supporting the new con
stitution. The royalists also held
oiim on Palace M)uuro at K p. m. for
the purpose of making a protest
against it. The royalist mni meet
ing was a dismal failure. There was
scarcely an attempt to uheer tho
speakers. About four hundred ua
lives and one hundred whites were
present, the latter mostly from
curiosity. The nalies looked stolid.
J. (J. Carter read the English ver
sion of the resolutions. The gov
ernment have doubled the guards
around the executive building The
Suhueleu Club liae passed rousing
resolutions iu favor of the new con
stitution." Mechanics' Home, corner Hotel
aud Nuuaiiu street. Lodging by
day, week or mouth. Terms: 25 aud
50 cents per night; fl and $1.25 per
Saturday Afternoon, July 28tti.
A.T 3 iSO O'CLOCK
ELECTION OK Ol'KIOEIlB.
Tin: anxi'ai. .mi:i:tinii m.
J. llm hl(n'kli(ililir n( Wm. (I. IktitN.V
t'u , I.M), Imld ut liMillli'iinu 'lliurmliiy,
Jul) ID, lhli, Hid folliiuiiirf m'litlciiifii
ert rt'-uii't'iiii in htvh u uuiivr iiiiiiiik
lliueiinliiK t ar. vlx I
V. II. Irwin. I'ri'Klili'iii tuul Mnnnni'i
I'laiik niiriiiLela Vli'il'rnldiinl
W M Uliliird TrraiiireruudHvirulary
I Inn, C, l'uur Amllliir
II, M. WIIITNKV,
AutiiiKKeirOiiryW.il I A- Co,, l.'d,
Hotel Street (Arlington Block)
Just deceived another Invoice of
Japanese Fane; Goods
- AND -
Plain and Figured Bilk and Crape.
MORNING GOWNS &?
t'laln Bilk and Ktnhroldered.
Silk and Cotton Kimonos
Bilk Fan, Cushions,
Knibroldered Bilk Tea Cosies,
Table Covers, Ued Roveri,
Bilk Sashei, Neckwear.
Beautiful China Ware!
Balad Bowls, Uon-bon Ditties,
Pistes, Ktc, Ktc., Kto.
Bilk and Cotton Palamas.
Una;, Klejcant Lamp Bhsdes,
Uarulioo Canee, I.uiicIj IlstkeU,
IIsiiiImki Valieei, Japstieie Trays,
Ktc., Ktc., Ktc, KUi.
Mrs. J. P. P. Gollaco, Proprietress.
T - -.X,
Tmni a t
ms4u "xj i
Wholesale f Retail.
-KUI.l, I.INR OK-
Silk and Cotton Dress Goods,
Silk, Liuco aud Crape Shii-ts
-OF COMl't.KTK STOCK -
Made liy Yamatoya ot Ynkohauia.
When tou are In nerduf anv line
of Japanete Ooodi, give us lint call aud
save Rolnr, all around town.
ITOH A 1ST,
90S 3Tort at near Ouitam ICoum
A. F. Medeiros & Co.
Merchant iR Tailox's.
Hotel St., under Arlington lintel.
Latest Patterns in Suitings
Itvucived liy Every Btvsiuer.
PBRPBCTFIT OR NO 8ALB.
Agent to Take Acknowledgments
-WIM. ATTKNI) TO-
MADagemeBt aod Sale ot Propenj
Collecting in All Its Branches.
Orrirs: No. 42 Merrlunt Htreet.
t&VWJi.X. TELrniOlTX 300.
THIS SPACE IS RE
Pioneer Furniture Go.
lUIUll.lOll KiliK Street.
e TO .A.. IsL.
Do not forget the time tu rluK up
152-Mutual Telephone 152.
N. W. BXJR,CSQ3S
Is still prepared to repair Garden Hone,
Sprinklers, Water Taps, FiliiiK Saws aud
ehariieniuK all kinds tools, IncludliiK Uarv
liiK Knives aud Scissors. Lawu Mowers a
scialtv. Also BettliiK Ulass. In faulall
kinds of JolililiiK Wore nalleil for and re
turned UfM (I
Corner KIuk ii Nuuaiiu Sts.
Kuw. Woi.xks, lit) Manager.
Finest of Wines ft Liquors
Billiard & Reading Room
mil TO rATRONS.
1 I'fK to inform Sporting Men and tlu
UeiierHl t'lililln tlntl 1 am prepared to llu.
iiitir and Ueiiovute every diourliilloii ol
Kirvsrius. duns, lliilus and IIi-viiIvith
skillfully Ke.itfK'kid. Illuulngaud llmwu
lug done In any shade. First-ulnss work.
luauslilpKuaraiilet'd. Customers promptly
UNION HTItKKt, MONDI.lll.ll,
Tmni a t L
The following testimonial
hits beon received from a pro
minent plantntion owner and
HoNOLOtr, H. I., May ?, IKH.
PArtrto Habhwabk Co. 1ii, Honolulu.
You ask my opinion of I.urol ai a faint
I hare eiperltuenled with I.ucol Oil for
outside and inside work, also on Iron work,
painting my racttutn pan, machinery and
centrifugals, with It and the result has
been most satisfactory. It dries hnrder,
makes a better finish, goes farther and In
more satisfactory In every way than Un
Certain paint work which wm always
sticky with llti.-erd oil, dried hard when
I.ucol Oil was usel.
Direotion for Uso.
Une I.ucol. In cvrry respect in tin
Kanio manner as you would linsot-il
ml, witli tho ttiuglu vxception that you
may ailil fully one-quurlur more Ltt
col to tliu aamu qtiuulity of pigmunt
Hutu you would ot lliiHOcd.
Iu using tuetalliu, VtuiL'llun red, Hit1
oelircs, antl other tlry iilutnonU, it Is
advisahlu tu mix up the imltil at IimmI
ono day I o tore il in to no usctl, then
tulil a third more Lticoi. ami the paint
will he found lo cover well ami huw
a good gloss.
NEVER UHE JAI'ANH.
Where hard nurfacei such an lliNirs
slope, elo., arc required use Ullnirge
only, never uo Jupns.
MTCOl. MIXKH WITH VAK
NIHHES aud hkbIxIk their working and its s
pmvee their rtpiieHntueu hut tiiky
8IIOIII.1) UK ttHKl) HAMK DAY TIIKY AKK
MlXKt), otherwise thu gum ol tho var
nish may ho precipitated or thu mix
Thu addition of from i to of I.u
col. to vartiisliCM doen not rrdueo their
luntru nor retard their hardening ami
drying and it prevents thnircruukini;
Agents for the Hawaiian Island:
Fancy Dress Ball
DRILL 811 KD
Monday EveDing, Aug. 6.
I'lrst I'rlte-Hllk Ores', hy J. J. KKnu,
for Most Orlijluul l'mnulu t'oiliiiiif.
Hei-und l'rlie Ktclilni; fluid Kruiiitt, by
the ruulllo Hardware Co,, for Ileal I'Vnmltt
Third I'rUe Kauuy HiiiikIiii! Minp. by
Hawaiian liardwuro Co., for lliiiidoiiieil
Fourth I'rUe Student Lniiiii, hy Cnntle
A Cooke, for llest (itiutleiiiau lMlitur.
Klflh I'rlxo-Hllver Vase, hy K. O. Hall
iV Bon, for llest I.udy Dinu-er.
blxtli i'rlrc-dold Cliarm, liy R. A. Jacob
sou, for Mont Origluul Mule Cottuiue.
Bevenlh l'rire-Oold Boarf I'ln, hy It. K.
Wicliiuau, for llest Male Character Coi
timie. Kl;lith l'rlrn-1'alr of Hllppers, liy Mauu
fiu'luriliK Hliuo Co., forBvuoud Ileal hViiuile
Ninth Prize lint, hy Tracy, for llest
Hard Times ('ostiiinu liy Ucntliiman.
Tmitli I'rlxu I'luito Allium, hy Hawaiian
News Co., for llest Kuril Tiim-i Coituuie
Kloventli PrUe-a Shirts, hy Mellls. for
Bet'oud llest Mulu Churjcter ( ostume.
Twelfth Prize llnttle I'ttrfume, hy Hen
sou H tu I tit Co., for hei'oud llest lidy
Thlrtreiith Prlzo 1 IJoxeu Paris I'iiiihIs
for the Hint AhdiiiiimI IViiiuIii Costuiuti, hy
J. J. Williams. Phutos to lie takuu iu Cos
mine. COUJHTTEK OP AimANOEMtNTH:
Joveph I.. Carter, (,'liiilriuuii: l M,
Joluisou, J. Klllnm'r, II. Kerlie, Kd.Towsu,
F. II. MttHtooker, Chalriiian; F.. 0.
White, K. A. Jiiuobsou, Win. Kuton, Prof.
lons, J. J, K.'au,
(Ico. C. Htratviueyur.
J. II. i'Ulier, Joliu Kldwell, Chu.
Hawkins, l C. Aldus, J. B Maillu, .1 K.
J. W. fruit. T. P. Bnvcrln,
Jones, Thus, Wall,
Ii, T. Kcmiktt,
Tickets AdDit(lln0 GeDtleman aud Utiles
Can be Procured iron my lUmnir n
((alio Railway iS bud Co.
OKKKKS TUB I'UHMU
Anottier Great Opportunitj
To Swurn MoaiM In One of Mm Moat
lllKhlful LoeuUUa to ba
IToudd In the Paradla
of tha Pacific
As a healthy resort Pearl Oily hss
already established an enviable reputallou.
Many good citizens In this community
havoexerlouced the wonderful elleot lro
duccd by a few days sojourn In that dry,
cool atmosphere, aud give grateful testi
mony to the relief they haw almost in
stantly gained from severe and long cou
turned attacks of asthma. Physicians
acquainted with the climate of Pearl City
recommend It as a natural sanitarium.
THE WATER SUPPLY
IS AMPLE I
And can be Itienwised to nieel the ueeds of
a imputation eo,ual U the largest city In
l'aur. A. II. l.voNi of Oahu College It
our authority for statlug that the water
supply Is thu purest yet discovered In this
Special Inducements to Eaxlj Settlers:
For ninety days from date we will sell
l-OTB ON BI'KOIAI, THUMB favorable to
hoiia-tlde settlers. For a term of throe
months from date, lumber and all build
ing materials will be supplied, aud deliver
ed at l'earl City at much lower price than
ever liefore obtained.
For further partlculari, call at this ofllce
urou any of the lumber dealer in this
city. Those who now own lots a well as
those who proiose to become residents ot
that growing city, will do well to embrace
this opportunity. Those who avail them
selves of this Oder, within the time named,
will be entitled lo, ahd will receive the
Kriraterm of ten years, this Coiiiiauy
will carry such residents and their families
from l'earl City to Uouolulu iu the morn
lug (arriving a little before seven o'clock,
and from Honolulu to t'earl City In the
evening (leaving Uouolulu station a little
after live o'clock , for ten ueuts each way,
a rate less than one ceut er mile. The
rates ou all other passenger trains ruuning
during the day or night will be 1 eeuti
per mile llrst class, aud I cent per mile
A good school Is aboal to be oued III
the Peninsula, in the line, large, new
school-house erected by Mr. J. T. Water
house. Itesldcnts living at l'earl City
heights, (above Pearl City station and
those having homes ou tho Peulusula, will
bn allowed to ride free ou regular trains
between l'earl City stations to ud from
Thoie who want to continue to send their
children to schools iu Honolulu, cau havo
lransiurtation on all regular trains to aud
from Pearl City, for the purtose of attend
ing school, at live cents each way fur each
pupil. This Is tipial to i to It) miles ride
for ten cunts.
Ripial Inducements for those desiring lo
secure homes In this country have never
before been ottered to the public.
This Company has been requested from
abroud to name the price of all their un
sold laud Iu that locality.
Bhould a clearance sale he made to a
syndicate, no opiortunlty like the present
would agalu occur for the purchase of
homes ai Pearl City.
"A Wuid to the Wise is
OAHU RAILWAY & LAND GO,
IL K. DILLINOIIAM,
risnMsfci m5i "MraMsssssSMi