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National Cane Shredder!6
I'ATKNTKII UNHKIt fHK I.AWH
THE UNUEUSIONE!) HAVE BEEN APPOINTED HOLE AOENTH FOB
theso Hhkkddkks and are uow ptepnrod to receive order.
The great advantages u Iki Jorlved Iroin the use of tho National Uank
Biirkudrk aro thoroughly estahlishtd and acknowledged by Planters
The large number of Plautors using tbom in tho United States, Cuba,
Argentine Republic, Peru, Australia aud elsewhere, bear witness to the
The tmy of the Rhbkiidkk very largely augments the quantity of cane
tho mill can grind (25 to 60), also the oxlractiou of juice (G to 12).
It is a great safeguard, making known at once the presence of any
pieces of iron, sink eg from cars, or anything which would lie liable to damage
the mill, and allowing ample time to remove mime before damaging the mill.
The HiiKKiiiiKR is very strongly nuulo, and from the manner of Us opora
in in it cuts or tears these pieces of wood or iron without often breaking the
Hiikkudbk; and if anythiug breaks, it if id in ply some of tho knives or cullers,
which can be quickly and economically replaced. The Shhkddkk, as its
name indicates, tears the cane into shads of varying lengths, perfectly open
iug it and allowing the mill to thoroughly press out the juices without re
quiring the immense extra power necessary to grind or crush tho whole
cane. Tho Siiiikudkk spreads the shredded cane uniformly and evenly to
the mill rolls, and docs away with the necessity of spreading tho bagasse by
hand between the mills, where rcgrindiug is in use. No greater amount of
boiler capacity is required to operate the Huhkdukh than that which wat
suiUcicnl for the mill, for the above reasons. We furnish full working
drawings for the installation of our rJinntuuEUrt, enabling any competent en
ginecr to successfully install and start them.
hi ordering SiHcKtiDKHH from us, please send small sketch, showing Ihr
diameter and width of the mill rolls with which HnxKDDiutis lo bu connected,
also the side (cither right or left baud as you faco the delivery side of the
mill;, upon which the mill engine is located, also the height from door line
to center of front mill roll shaft, and distance center this shaft to front end
of bed plate. These HllHKDDKkH aro now being used by the llilo rUtgar Co.
and llawl Mill. Kohala, where they are giving great satisfaction.
Trices ami lurther particulars
CI J AS.
IMl'OUTEtl AND DEALER IN
GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, FLOUR and PEED.
Fresh Callfonla Roll Butter aid Island Better
low Goods Recelied by Eiery
All Orders faithfully attend to.
illi'llrt ami packed with care.
Lincoln Block, Rinu Stjuct,
MOTH TELEPHONES UIO P. O. MUX M
LEWIS & CO.,
Ill EOKT STKEKT.
Importers, Wholesale $ Retail Grocers
Provision Dealers It Naval Supplies
Freeh Qooti by Every CalUorala Bteaaer.
ICK - HOUSE - GOODS - A - SPECIALTY.
IdLANDa OUDKM SoLlCITKO. CB 10" SATISFACTION QPAgAMTMUI.
TELEPHONE W )'. O. MUX 119 j
II. K. MulNTYKE & IMO., i
IMrOtTKM ANII DKAI.KW IN
Groceries, - Provisions - and - Feed.
New Hood Kecelvrd by Every Packet from the Eastern States and Europe.
KKKNH CALIFORNIA PRODUCR - UV KVKUY . 8TKA5IRR
All Onlsr (alllifillly sttinulwl lo sii'l OimxI. Ihillrsrtil to any
I'srl ui llir Oily KKKK.
IHI.AHP OhDCU SOUOITKO. SATUrAUTlUN Qt'ABANTKKU
K4HT IMIKNKK KUHT N KINO HTKKKTH.
W. W. AHANA,
33 3 2Tvk.viaLn.VL 8trat.
Eogllsb, Scotcb and Amerlcao Goods.
Style ami Kit (iimrmilrt,!.
(Jleuuing & Repairing
Mutual Tels. 668. P. 0. Box IU.
J. J. EGAN
8 14 F-ort Street.
ALWAYS On'hANI) THE
Uteit Styles in Millinery
-THE LATEST IN -
Walts aid Colored Wonted Oeoii
THK MOST OOM PI.RTK BTOUK OK
IN THE 01TV
UreMiaiklig Done by Mrs. Renner.
110 YKN KKK & CO.,
tl Nniuinii Htrrt.
TiiuUtkt, Pluibiig, Etc.
DKOIIKKHV aud Ul.AHHWAHR.
OK THK HAWAIIAN IHI.ANIl
may be hail hy applying ui
IRWIN it CO., L'd..
. AgmU fur iKt ;ouifii Itlnwlt.
. .- u 1
, 0 ,,x jfl
1 1 I io'I' i f yfy
ON HAND J
Stealer from Sao Francisco.
Satisfaction gusranUrd. Inland Older I
Uct. Kort and Alaska Siatrrs
Corosr Hotsl k Bumbo Streets.
tanllJ Wines and Brandies
83 Years Old.
E3. N. PtHJQXJA.,
I (OI MANAUEU. lUui
Rigger It Stevedore,
KHTIMATEB AND 0ONTIIACT8 ON
AM. KINDS OK WOHK.
Will run regularly between thin port and
Walalua, Kawalhapal. Mokulela, Keawe
mil and l'nulkl on the Island of Oalui.
Kor Freight, etc., apply tu the Captain.
IM- Iimulre at otlino of J. B. Walker,
overBireokrls' llaiik, Korl street. IrtMl
OKYLON TKA AND JKWXLRY.
II KO TO INKOHM THE I'UIII.IC
that 1 have oixmnd inv Hloro at No. 4&i
Nuuanu suvei witn ueyion Manuiaoiureu
Jewelry set with (tables, Bapphlres, I'earls,
stc Just received some I'ure Oeylon Tea
try It, Also, luil Ian Habana and Hanson
Cigars, An IiisicUou of lay stock Is soil
I elted. W. J. afADHlH.
WHI Ho. W Nansnu street,
Z .! . a a .
W.F.Reynolds, : Prop.
The Domestic Sewing Machine
I makes happy wives and sweet
All kinds Machine Needles and
Attachments to make every woman
Guitars to charm with song and
leave a happy smile.
1 Spectacle and Eyeglasses to Jit
I Jf ..'-Li. . Jl. J ll. -tJ -...J
1111 hi yum su triui win 1111 iiiiu
young may he happy.
Dolls and Toys to make the
I Remington Typewriters to make
the business man happy.
Tennis Supplies to assist young
I men and maidens to achieve hap
piness. Purses and Card Cases to make
! your best girl happy.
Wallet and Pocket Books to
make your best fellow happy.
Baseball Supplies In make, "our
; boys" happy.
Visiting Cards and Society
Stationery to convey happiness.
Ojjice 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 Nuoiao I Hotel Streets.
New Goods! New Goods!
kkckivkd y KVKitvHTKAMKit.
Silk Dress Goods,
-AM. COLORS -
lAI'ANKSE SILK CHAI'K,
I'lsln and Ilrocadrd;
JAl'ANKUK COTTON UltAI'K,
Silk Shlrti and Night Shlrti.
4llk UloiiMS. Bilk Nacktlsi,
Uaiiiusrrlilrf. HIiswIk, Balii,
Hosiery ami Clifinlurt
JaitaiiKso Trays, Damboo Hcrrena,
Tea BtU, riuwrr I'ota, Ktc., Km
Pricei Chitper thai Ever 1
Beg tu Inform the public thai llioy
have opened a
BrincD Store it lo. 322 Roiunn Street,
Where thy carry a complete Hue of
UKDKOOM 8ET8, OH At 118,
BTANDB, Etc, Etc., KM-
Porathw Ranairad ui asasral Jobbing
at RtuoaabU Rales.
VINO FAT CHAN,
3l Nuoann Btreet.
Qld Stand SweDt AwaV.
1AM 8TI1.1. t'KEPAKED TO 8UPEU
Intend. Itecoustruct, or build anything
belonging- to the UnlMIng Trade.
i jWr-All orders left with John Notl,
King street, will be promptly attended to.
O. W. LINCOLN.
A : NBW : DEPARTU1IE
Tlit Hawaiian InstDler Service
Im M. Joitofl, Manager.
taal 59B-TBUOTOMES-BU 559
OfHce in Masonlo Building.
We are prepared to furnish llnlfuriuixl
Mesengersat all hours. Promptness and
satisfaction guaranteed. You ring tu up
and we will do the rest.
tSW Hourly rates 40o. Kor dlslauu
rates see Mewentrer's Mitp. I07t-tf
6. E. BOARDMAN,
HOLE AOENT KOII
THE IKPXRIAL OONPKBKNOE.
Minister Bowell Addresses the Dele-
gates on the Work Before Them, t
Ottawa. Juno 2SI. Tho first sus-'
elon of Imperisl Conforonce was
hld here to-day. The Hon. Theo
dora Davien, reuresnulitiK the Hn-1
waiiau Islands was prosent. An im
nrenslon has mv ailed that Mr.
Davies' mission lo Cauada was more
for the purpose of initiating closer
political than trade relations bet woon
llawaii and the Uritish empire. To
this Mr. Davies gate an emphatic
denial. The poople of Hawaii, he
said to-night, want their independ
ence, and while they all desiro to
maintain the most friendly relations
with Great Britain and her colonies,
thoy would revolt at any attempt to
bring their islands undor the British
At tho mooting of the conference,
the Hon. Mackanzio Bowell was
elected President and Sir Adolphu
Caron Vice-President. Both aro
members of the Canadian Cabiuet.
Tu addressing the delegates Mr.
Bowell drew attention to the fact
that while tho several Australian
colonies have power, under their re
spective constitutions, to discrimi
nate against one another, they have
no power to entor into any preferen
tial arrangement with any foreign
nation. Canada is bound to observe
and respect tho treaties that Great
Britain negotiates with foreign
countries. The British Government
has leen inclined to permit Canada
to negotiate her own commercial
treatios when they will not conflict
with the interests of the Empire.
An effort has teen made to induce
Great Britain to abrogate that sec
tion of her treaties with Germany
and other continental powers, which
makes Canada a party to (hem, un
der the most favored uation clause,
but so far without the success hoped
Mr. Bwcll then drew the atten
tion of tho conference In the several
subjects which they would have lo
deal with, including the Australian
Cauadlau cable, the Copyright law,
ami increase of mail facilities. Touch
ing on the trade question he dwelt
I on the possibility of a commercial
I unloa bol ween tho colonies on tho
' basis of the tariff policy of each
colony, whether free trade or pro
tective, by establishing differential
rates of duty on all products coming
from such colonies.
Tho conforonce to-morrow will
givo preliminary attention to trade
iiuesttuns. and on Monday the Pacific
cablo scheiuo will bn laid I hi fore tho
i delegates. The Earl of Jersey, who
comes hero to represent tho British
Government, evidently intends to
listen aud not to talk. He will in-
form the conference whenever, iu his
opinion, their proposed action might
1 Im regarded as an infringement or
. encroachment upon the prerogatives
of tho British Government. It is
belioved that the primary object of
tho conference is to mature a practi
cal scheme for laying a cable Im
tweeu Australia, Honolulu, aud
Life la Misery
To many ieoplo who have the taint
of scrofula iu their blood. The ago
nies caused by the dreadful running
sores and other manifestations of
this diseaso are Itoyoud description.
There is no other remedy equal to
Hood's Sarsaparilla for scrofula,
salt rheum and entry form of blood
disease. It is reasonably sure to
Utnefit all who give it a fair trial.
Hood's Pills cureall liver ills.
Mr. Goo. E. Uoartluian in author
Ikm nllMlir for HolliMr fit (
a kui.i. Huri'i.t
Ami plenty more on tlir way
CALIFORNIA FEED GO.
TKI.KI'IIONKH fjl fS
Okhick & Wahkiiouhk:
Coriu'r Qihm'ii uimI Niiiuniu
ELECTION OF 0FFI0EB3.
AT THK ANM'.VI. MKCTINII OK
thu htookholilurs of Wn. (1. Ikwin.V
Co.,(,M), hold lit lit olllrn on ThtirNdB)',
July III, Inlil, the following Kiilluiueu
wtr rt'-i'lcetnl to m-rve n lllllt'ert during
tlottiiiaiilng year, vl.l
W, II. Im In. Prellenl ami JlHimger
I'lrtilk Ki.ri'1'i.eU Vfcu-I'reillulit
V II Ulilurd TrvnuiirrraudHuerutary
Tliisi. ( , 'ot,.r Auditor
II. M. WHITNEY,
Acllnx Secretary W. 0. I. & Co., ld.
Hotel Stmt (Arlington Block)
Just Kocelved another Invoice of
Japanese Fancy Goods
- AND -
Plain and Figured Bilk and Crape.
Plain Bilk and Embroidered.
Silk and Cotton Kimonos
Bilk Pans, Cushions,
Knibroldered Bilk Tea Cosies.
Table Covers. lied Covers,
Bilk Sashes, Neckwear.
Beautiful China Warel
Balad Bowls, Bon-bon Dishes.
Plates, Ktc, Kt., Eta.
Bilk and Cotton Patamas.
Kns, Elegant Lamp Shades,
Bamboo Canes, Ulticli Baskets,
Bamboo Valises. Japanese Trays,
Etc., Etc., Etc., Etc.
Mrs. J, P. P.Gollaco, Proprietress.
m v -i
t . v..
Wholesale f Retail.
-FULL LINK UK-
Silk and Cotton Dress Goods,
Ktc, Ktc, Etc., Etc
Silk, Ltnea aud Crape Shirts
- OK COM PI.ETE HTOCK -
Made by Yamatoya of Yokohama.
When tou are Iu tieed of ativ Huh
of Japanese Hoods, give us first vail and
tare ruIhr all around town.
aoa arort ait xx ouatsm acox
A. F. Medeiros & Co.
Merchant IK Tailors.
Ilolol St., under Arlington Hotel.
Latest Patterns in Suitings
ItM-elvitl hy Every Slciiier.
PBRPEtTJPIT OR NO S1LB.
Agent to Take Acknowledgments
- WILL ATTEND TO -
Maoigtaeitt ud Sale of Propenj
Collectiig li All Its Branchei.
Ornoai No. 43 Merchant Street.
THI8 SPACE IS RE
Pltieer Furniture Co.
fUl and till King Hi reel.
e TO A.. IsL.
Do not forget the time to ring up
N. V. 3BTJR,Gr3DSB
is still prepared to repair Garden Hone.
Bprlnklers, Water Taps, KIIIiik Haws aud
sharpening all kinds tools, including Carv
ing Knives and Hclssors. lwn Mowers a
specialty. Also Belting Ulasa. in fact all
kindb of Jnhhlna. Work nalM for and re.
nirnM nrM U
Comer King A Nunanu Bu.
Kuw. W01.TKB, :iii Uauager.
Finest of Winei k Liquors
Billiard &c Beading Room
rHBK TO PATROm.
1X7-0? P-A.I. 37XXiB3P3X03rX: 973,
1 lieg tu Inform Biortlug Men and the
llnueral I'uhllo Hint 1 am prepared to Ho
pair ami Kenuvate every description of
Kin-arms. Onus, Itlilus and Revolvers
skillfully He-stocked, llluoliigand llrowu
lug done In any shade. First-clais work,
luauihlp guaraiitood. Customers promptly
UNION HTltKKT, IIONOI.lll.il,
Tho following toBtiinoniitl
has been received from a pro
minent plantation owner and
Honolclo, H. 1., May 2J, 1S1.
I'Acirto Hasdwais Co. In, Honolulu.
You ask uir oulnlon of Lucol as a l'alnl
1 have experimented with Lnrol Oil for
outside and inside work, also on Iron work,
Minting my vacuum pan, machinery and
centrifugals, with It and the retail has
been most satisfactory. It dries banter,
makes a better finish, goes farther and Is
more satisfactory In every way than lin
Certain paint work which was always
sticky with Unseed oil, dried hard when
I.uool Oil was used.
Youry truly, Am. Dasisk
Direction for Use.
Uso l.ucoi. in over' rctcct in Hit
samu tununor as you would llnstotl
nil, with Hit- single exception that you
may ndd fully ontwiunrlcr mure J.U
COL to tho aamu quantity of iiigmiiul
than you would of linseed.
In using metallic, Vonutiati red, tlif
ocliros, and other dry iiigtucnU, It if
advisable to mix up tho paint at least
one day before it is to be used, then
tultt a third more Lucol, and the paint
will be found to cover well and have
a good gloss.
NUVKIt USE JAl'A.NS.
Whore hard surfaees such as Moors,
aleps, etc., aro required use litharge
only, never use Japans.
l.UCOI. MIXKB WITH VAll
N18HE8 and asiiiste their working mid im
proves their apiHiAtaucc mrr tiikv
HHOltLI) HK IJ8KU HAMK DAY TIIKY AHB
MlXKU, othetwise thu gum of thu var
nish may lo prcclpiUUnJ or the mix
Tlio addition of from i to of l.ti'
cot to varnishes does not reduce theli
ltictru nor retard their hardening and
drying and it prevent their crar-king
Aftents for tbo Hawaiian Islandf
Fancy Dress Ball
OK THK -
Monday Evening, Aug. 6.
Hirst l'rlio-Hllk Drvsx, hy j. j. Kgou,
for Most Origins! Female Costume.
Second Prise Klchlug Oold Frame, hy
the 1'ncllic Hardware Co., for Host Female
Third Prize Kanuy Hituj;lmr Ijiuip, hy
Hawaiian Hardware Co., for Jlandsuiuest
Fourth Prise Student l.atiip, by Castle
& Cooke, for ileal Ueutleman lluneer.
Fifth Prize-Silver Vase, hy K. 0. Hall
.t Son, for llest Lady Dancer.
Sixth Prlze-Oold Charm, by E. A. Jacob
son, for Most Original Male Costume.
Seventh Prlzo-OoM Scurf Pin, by li. F.
Wlclimun, for llest Mule Character Cos
tume Klghth Prize -Pair of Slippers, by Manu
facturing' Shoe Co., forSeeiiud Ileal Female
Ninth Prize Hat, hy Tracy, for llest
Hard 'limes Coituiue by Gentleman.
Tenth Prize Photo. Album, by Hawaiian
News Co., for llest Hard Times Cottume
Eleventh l'rlre-3 Shirts, by Mellls, fur
Second llest Male Character Costume,
Twelfth Prlze-liottle Perfume, hy lien
Bon Smith it Co., for Second llest Lady
Thirteenth Prize -1 Dozen Purls Panels
for the lies! Aasnmfd Female Costume, by
J, 3. Williams. Photos to he taken In Cos
tume, COMM1TTEK OK ARKANOEUKNTa!
Joseph L. Cartsr, Chairman: L. M.
Johnson, J. Kfliuger, H. 'erbe, Kd.Towse.
F. 11. McHtocker, Chulrmau; K. O.
Whlto, K. A. Jacobsou, Win. Katou, Prof,
Lyons, J. J. Kuan.
(leo. ('. Slrittemeyer.
J. II. Fisher, John Kidwell, Chat.
Hawkins, L. C. Abies, J. S. Martin, J. K.
J. W. I'rult. T. P. Hoverln, J. Walter
Junes, Thus, Wall,
L. T. Kuuaku,
Tickets Admitting Gentleman aud Ladles
Can bs PrMiurai fra uy Haakar ol
Oalm Hallway Laml Co.
OKPKKS THK I'UHLU!
Another Great OpportQDitj
To Bocurei Uouia la One of tha Moat
UwllltUtful Localitlea to b
Kound In the faradla-
of the Pacific.
As a brallhy resort-t'aarl City has
already established an enviable reputation.
Many good citlieus In this community
haveexporlciioed the wonderful effect pro
duced by a few days sojourn In that dry,
uool atmosphere, and give grateful testi
mony to the relief they have almost In
stantly gal nod from severe and loug fuu
tinned attacks of asthma. Physicians
acquainted nltli the climate of Pearl City
recommend It as a natural sanitarium.
THE WATER SUPPLY
IS AMPLE 1
And can be luoreaseil to maei the neeits of
a population npial to the largest city In
Paor. A. II. Lvov of Oaha College Is
our authority for statiug that ths water
supply Is the putest yet discovered Iu this
Special Inducements to Early Stttlirs:
For ninety days from date we will sell
LOTB ON SPECIAL THUMB favorable to
boua-flde settlers. For a Una of three
mouths from data, lumber and all build
ing materials will be supplied, aud deliver,
ed at Pearl City at much lower price than
ever before obtained.
For further particulars, call at this ofitoe
or on any of the lumber dealers in this
city. Those who uow own lota 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 Oils offer, wiUilu the time uamed,
will be entitled to, ahd will revive the
For a term of ten years, this Company
will carry such residents aud their families
from Pearl City to Honolulu In the room
ing (arriving a little before seven o'clockl,
aud from Honolulu to Pearl City In ths
evrulug (leaving Huuolulu statlou a little)
after live o'clock , for ten cents each way,
a rate less than one ceut per wile. The
rales on all other passenger trains running
during the day or night will be IK cents
per mile first class, aud I cent per mile
A good school Is about to be opvued In
the Peninsula, In the Hue, large, new
school-house erected by Mr. J. T. Water
house, itesldeuts living at Pearl City
heights, labove Pearl City station aud
those having homes on the Peninsula, will
be allowed to ride free on regular trains
between Pearl City stations to aud from
Those who waul tooonllnuelocend their
children to schools Iu 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 Is equal lo 'U to '.tl miles ride
for teu cents.
Eipial inducements for those desiring to
secure homes in this country have never
before been ottered to the public.
This Company has been requested from
abroad to name the price of all their un
sold land In that locality.
Should a clearance sale be made to a
syudlcate, no opportunity like the present
would agalu occur for the purchase of
homes at Pearl City.
UA Word to the Wiie ii
OAHU RAILWAY & LAND GO,
B. K. DILLINGHAM,
MeW ' "' "