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National Cane Shredder,6 lkle toE
I'ATICVIKP IIS'IIKU I'HK LAWK
rpilE UNDESIGNED HAVE UKEN APPOINTED SOLE AUENT8 FOU
tliuse SliiiKiiDKUH nml art- now piepstriul to receive orders.
Tlio great Hth-aiilngce to lu derived frvnt tins tien of the National Oank
Hiiiikudku are thoroughly oatiihlisluil and aeknowlcdged by lMatilera
Tliu larj;o iiunilior of Planters itnitif; litem in the United States, Cuba,
Argentine lloitioliu, IVru, Australia vutl olnewhure, hear witness to Hie
Tito tiMj trf the BiniKiuiKK very largely aitgiuenu the iiitantily of eane
the mill can grind (12," to MA), aU tlio uxlmutioii of jtili-o (6 to 12).
Jl is a great lafeguard, making known at once tlio presence of any
pieeen of iron, slakes from ears, or anything which would lie liable to damage
the mill, and allowing ample time to remove same beforo damaging the mill.
Tim Siihkiokk is very "trougly made, and front the manner of its opera
tion it fills or tear tliret? pieces of wood or iron without often breaking the
MiHKiuiKu; and if anything breaks, it it simply some of the knives or cutters,
wlnoli can be quickly and economically replaced. The Smukdiikh, as its
name indicates, tears the cane into shpds of varying lengths, perfectly open
ing it and allotting the mill to thoroughly press out the juices without re
quiring the immense extra power mccssary to grind or crush the whole
cane. The SiiiiKDDKlt prt'.itle tlio shredded cine uniformly and evenly to
the mill rolls, and docs away Willi the nccccsity of spreading the bagasse by
hand between the mills, where regriuding U in use. No greater amount of
boiler capacity is teqtiircd to operate the Siihkudkk than that which wni
sulllcieul for the mill, for the uIhivc reasons. We furnish full working
drawings for the installation id our Hiikiuiukiih, enabling any coiiitHitcnl en
glueer to succesfull install ami start them.
in ordering SiiiiKMiKKs from us, pliMi send small sketch, showing the
diameter and width of the mill tolls with which Siihkiiuku is to Ikj connected,
also the side (either right or left hand an you face the- delivery side of lln
null, upon which the mill engine is totaled, also the height from floor line
to center of front mill roll shaft, and disMucu center lids shaft to front cud
of lied plale. These Mii.i.liliKKs are now being ued by the Kilo Sugar (To.
Mini Hawi .Mill, Ki'hil.i, where Hiey are giving great satisfaction.
" l'in- uid fonder pailuulars may be had by applying to
WM. G IRWIN & CO., LU,
"rl I r Aumlt ft" thr llnmilion hlmvli
IM.KI'IIO.SK ll' -
GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, FLOUR aud FEED..
IMI'OKTKU AND DliALKU IN
Fresh California Roll Butter and Island Butter !
VT ALWAYS ON HAND -1
fit Gooih Received by fclvcry Steamer from Sao Francisco.
SW All Order faithful!)' 'iltend In. rnlMnctlim guaranteed. tMnml Older '
wilii'ilnl nml p.ickrd wltn enre
Limol.n mck. Ki SnitKT. ficr Tout ami Alake Sthkicts.
iitrn rKi.Ki'HuNKo an
Provision Dealers & Naval Supplies
Fresh Goods by Evory Calitoraia Steamer.
ICK - IIOUS13 - GOODS - A - SPECIALTY.
I.NI.ANDN OmiKRS .SlU.K ITKI), Jft U0f S4TISPAUTION UCARANTICKtl.
II. K. MclNTYUK cV: UUO.,
IMIMKTtllLH ANU tlKAI-rW IN
Groceries, - Provisions - and - Feed.
Nhwt (IihxIh ItmrUril liy Kvt-ry I'urkvl from thr Knutrrn SUI. itmt Knro.
KKIMII CAUII'OKNIA l'lODi:Cii - BY KVKUY STKAMKIi
All (InUm fnttltf 'ill alt-iKif.t to Hint IIimmIi. IMivi-rrl to mi)
I'm I .tl tlj. I'll) KIIKK.
Ihlash Oiiih Souiuitkh Satidpaction (lt'HNTieim
tAHT I'DKN'KII KMItl (Mi KIN(t H'l'KKKTH.
W. W. AHANA.
Scotch aud American Goods.
biI mill Ku tlimritiih-fil.
(Jloiiuing k, Ropjiiiin
Mutual Tele. CCS, P. 0. Box 144.
Wi I. HI
J. J. EGAN
1314 Fort Strowt
Al.WAYH ON HA.S'D Til K
Latest Styles in Millinery
-TIIK I.ATKhT IN -
Whito and Colored Worsted Goods
THK MOHT COM I'l.KTK HTlll'K OK
IN TIIK t'lTY - -
UreuiuaklDS Done by Mrs, Reniier.
IK) VKN KIOIO (JO.,
II NlMIXIMI HI tt ct.
Tinsmiths, Plumbing, Etc,
tJIIIMKKItV mid (II.AHriWMIW. I
OK I'll K HAWAIIAN IKI.ANIlN
P. O ll X 372
t. iittx :
P. 0. IIOX MA
Ourtiar Uutel & naiiann Street.
Family Wines . ui Brandies
S3 Years Old.
E. 3ST. REQUA,
Rigger & Stevedore,
KHIIMATKH ANJI OONTHAI'TH ON
A 1,1. KINDH 01' WOHK.
Will run reiliirly helween thin ortniid
Wululim KhwuIIisphI. .Mokilluiu, Ki'wr
mil and Pnillkl on tliu Ixlnnd ol OmIiii,
Kor Kri'lKht, eto., l to Ihe Captain.
(. Iiiiiulrc st oilli-f ol J H. WnUer
over iipret'Knl' llsilk. Korl ilreel trt7-tf
OF.YLON TEA AND JKWELKY.
I IIKO TO INKoITm TUB I'tMILIO
I tlml I Imvii oK)iiml my Hlnrti st No. I.VI
Niniiiliil Ntreel with Ceylon Msiinfsetiirrd
Jewelry :t with llnlilen, Kiiphlre, I'eurU,
etc, Jiltt reenlveil noinn I'lirti t'ylilll To - i
try It. Alio, Indlsn lUhaiut slid Dsiimiii
(.'lir. An 'ikihh'IIuii o my loek It ol.
ell,-.). W. I, HAIIHIH, I
IXU-ll tin. W Nnnsnit itrsrt. I
W. F. Reynolds, : Prop.
The Domestic Sewing Machine
makes happy wives and sweet
hearts. ! All kinds Machine Needles and
, Attachments to vinke, every woman
Ouitars to charm with snug and
leave a happy smile.
Spectacles and Eyeglasses to Jit
. all sights so that both old and
i young viay be happy.
Dolls and Toys to make the
Remington Typewriters to make
' Ihe 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 Bonks U
, make your best fclloto happy.
i Baseball Supplies h make "our
Visiting Cards and Society
i Stationery to convry happiness.
Ojjice Stationery and Blank
Books, and to complete the happi
ness of all
Buy a Stem Winding, Stem
, Selling Nickel Plated Watch,
guaranteed a good timekeeper
VOlTflU A Iff A RA7AAR
New Goods! New Goods!
ItKTKIVKIl Y KVKIIYhTKAMKII.
Silk Dress Goods,
-A 1,1. COI.OKB-
JAl'ANKHB COTTON UiUTK.
Silk Shirti and Night Shirts,
Bilk niuutrs, Bilk Necktlev
Hkiiilkrrchlrfs. Hliawla, 8iir,
lludery ami t'liriulies
Jimnfie Try, ilaiuboo Korreiu.
To HIk, KluKur l'ut, Ktc, Kir
Prices Cheaper than Ever 1
Uf to Inforui thi public that they
Branch Store at lo. 322 Hottana Streel,
Wlii-re tlicy carry complete llnt-nl
IIKIMtOOM HKTH, CHA1KB,
BTAND8, Klc, Ktr Kt-
Purnltora Hepalrad ui OiaraJ Jobbiag
t RmmuDU RaUa.
VI NG FAT CHAN,
I IU7tKliu 323 Nuuauu birt-t.
01dStand Swept Away.
1AM HTII.I, I'KKl'AKKI) TO HIII'KK
intend, UecoiiHtruct, or bulltl miytliliit;
1 IIoiikIiik to the UiiIIiIIuk Trsde.
' All orders left with John Nott
KiliK Mreet, will be promptly sttonded to.
G. W. r.lNCOLN.
A : NEW :
Tbe Hawaiian Messenger Service
I.. M. Junto-OH, MttliSKor,
Muttul 599 -TELEPHONES Ball 559
Oltlce In Maimilo llnlldiiiK.
We are prepartHl to fnrnlih I'lilforimil
.MtiiiheiiKervst all houri. CriimptiiHiit mm
nalUlscilon KUtrsntted. You rliiK n up
snd we will do the roiu
ttW Hourly rtN 4(ki, Kor dlttitiiee
rntH e MeNeiiKer' Mm. Iii74 ll
6. E. BOARDMAN,
HOI.K AIIBNT KOK
st. Andrew's catiieural.
Tetiili Sunday afti-r Trinity. Th
' torviccs of St. Andrew's Cslliedrnl
will lm as (ollow.: ti:3U a. in., Holy
, Communion: 11 a. in., Holy Coin
1 tnunion nod serraoa; ":'M p. in.,
Kvenaong and sermon.
RECOND CtlVOREU tTION.
Tito services of the Second Con
KnKAtion of St. Andrew's Cathedral
to-morrow (Sunday) will be as fol
lows: H:10 a. in., morning urayor
with sermon; Vouite, Maunder, in
D flat; To Detttn, Woodward, in E
flat; Benedictus, Freemantle, in E
flat; hymns 2JI and UK); anthem,
"Hear Ma When I Call," by Kin
Hall. 0:30 p. in., evensontr with
i sermon; Magnificat, Hennett, In E;
! N'ltnr nimltlL Klvnv. In Ft anthem.
"Peace, Perfect Peaco"; hymns 221
and '1W1. Ker. Alex. Mackintosh,
pastor. All are cordially invited.
CENTRAL UNION CUCRCU.
Mr. Peuroso will preach in jCon
tral Union Church on Sunday morn
iug, the subject loiug "The House
of thu Boy Jesui." Anthein "Sweet
is Thy Mercy," solo and quartet,
Baruby. In tlio evoning a praise
service, with special music, will 1x3
held. Tho choir will sing Tours'
"Rejoice in the Lord," and Mendels
sohn's "Hear My Prayor." All are
cordially invited to attend. Suuday
School at U:JG a. m. Tho Young
People's Society of Christian En-
! dearer will moot at 0:30 p. in.
oirnugurs curuiniij tiiriteu 10 an
At 0 aud 7 o'clock a.m. Low Masses
as usual. At 0 o'clock Children's
Mass with English instruction. At
MM High Mass with native and
Portuguese instruction. 2 p. in.,
Itosary anil Catechism. 4 p. in., in
winter season (November to Febru
ary), 4:30 p. in., in summer season
(iubruary to November), Benedic
tion of the M. B. Sacrament. Week
ly Services 0 and 7 a. in., Low
V. M. O. A. HAM-
Services at Y. M. C. A. Mission
Service at Brito Hall Saturday vail
ing at 7:H0 o'clock. Bible Class in
Y M. C. A. parlor, Sunday afleruoou
at 3:.'J0. Praiso Service Sunday oven
ing in Associatiou Hall atliillO. Ser
vices in Oahu Jail, Sunday II o'clock.
Bibl class on Tuesday evening 7::t0.
The Itcorgatiized Church of Jesus
Christ of Latter Day Saiutt, Mill
lani Hall, rear of Upura Hoiiho. Ser
vices will h heldSiintlay as follows:
10 a. m., Biblo class; 11:15 n. m. and
7:!)0 p. in., preaching.
SEVENTH DAT ADVKNTISTS.
Seventh Day Advent ixt Church,
corner Punchbowl aud Beretnuia
streets, in U. West's cottage. Sab
bat h school, lu'(0; social meeting af
ter Sabbath school. Bible reading
every Sunday veiling. Kvoryoua
Auk Your Friends
Who have taken Hood's Sarsaparilla
what they think of it, ami tho replies
will l positive in its favor. Simply
what Hood's Sarsaparilla does, that
tells tho story of its merit. One lias
boon cured of indigestion or dyspep
sia, another finds ll indispensable
for sick headache or billousuess,
while others report remarkable cures
of scrofula, catarrh, rheumatism,
salt rheum, etc.
Hood's Pills are purely vegetable.
O. H. Harrison, practical piano
and organ maker and timer, can fur
nish best factory references. Orders
left at Hawaiian News Co. will re
ceive prompt attention. All work
guaranteed to be the same as done
Mr. Geo. E. Boardmau is author
ir.xd collector for Hollister A: Co
NOTICE IH HEIIBIIY OIVEN THAT
all IIIIU of thrue or luorunioiitlii old,
due tho undurlKiifd, If ud paid hv Any.
I, IMil, will lie plueid In thu lntnd of mi
attorney for colleetlon
M H. LEVY,
Itol Tt J Intel I reel.
'PHi: UNDEK8IUNE1) HAVINO IIEEN
JL upK)Iiiled Ahl)iii(i of the INtnu of
'In I Wo C'liHii, of Honolulu, it hitiikrupt,
reueiiii all M,'ri-oii ImvhiK elulin nKultiat
ulil Kiiate to prei-nt their lUlnn wlihin
nix muutliK from date or Ihey will he for
ever haired, and all porMiun owing nitld K
late nro hereby reiiie"Ud to inuke liiuneill.
ule .inent to (I E. Ilourdiiiau, at "Ku
.Mitl)e Hiorti, Hotel htreul. Honolulu.
0 E. IIOAItllMAN
lliiliohtlu, .lill It, 1NM. IOIiMiI
ELECTION OF OFFICERS.
A I' THE ANNUAL MEEI'IM) UK
the Hto!khohler of Wm. (I. UuiNtk
Co.,il.'d), hold at it uillcw on Tliuriiln,
July III, 1MII, tho folloMllii! Keiltloiiien
were re-eleeted to nerve n Dllleern durhiK
the eiisiiiiiK year, vU.:
W. O, Ins in. . I'reiddeut und .Mnuner
t'luim HlileukeU Vlce.'reflduht
W M tllllnrd TreaiturrrmidHeerulary
Then. C. 'itr Auditor
H. M. WHITNEY,
AetliiK Heorelary W. (I I A Co.. I.M.
Fancy Dress Ball;
Monday Evening, Aug. 6.
First 1'riie 811k Dreg, by J. J. Kku.
for Moat Original Female Continue
Herund Prise Etching Gold Frame, by
the Pacific Hardware Co., for Ueat Female
Third i'rUe Fancy Hanging tamp, by
Hawaiian Hardware Co., for Handsomett
Fourth Prlte Student tamp, by Castle
A Cooke, for JJeat Gentleman Uancer.
Fifth Prlte-HIIrer Vase, by K.O.Hall
A Son, for llett Lady Dancer.
Sixth Prlte-Uold Charm, by B. A. Jacob,
son, for Most Original Male Costume.
Sen-nth Prlie-Gold Scarf Pin, by H. F.
Wlchntsn, for Hut Male Character Cos-'
Eighth Prite-Palr of 8llpper, by Msnil
faeturing Shoe IU., forSccmid llert Female
Ninth Price-Hat, by Tracy, for Heat
Hard Times Costume by Gentleman.
Tenth Prlte PhoUi. Album, by Hawaiian
New Co., for Heat Hard Times Costume
Eleventh Prltc-3 Shirts, by Mellla, for
Second Heal Male Character Coatume.
Twelfth I'rlie- lloltte Perfume, by lien
on Smith .V Co., for Second I test tady
Thirteenth l'rl.e-1 Dozen Paris Panels
for the Hest Assumed Female CosttiuiH. by
J. J. Williams. Photos to be taken in Cos
COUMITTIGK OF ARBANOCUtNTS:
Jo-cph Ik Carter, Chairman; U M.
Johnson, J. Killnger, H. Zerbe, Kd.Towsa.
F. II. McHtocker, Chairman; K. O.
White, E. A. Jacobaon, Wm. Eaton, Prof.
Lyons, J. J. Egan.
Geo, C. Htratemnyer.
J. II. Fisher, John Kldwell, Chas.
Hawkins, I.. C. Able, J. 8. Matiln. J K.
J. W. Pratt, T. P. Severln, J. Walter
Jones, Thos. Wall.
Tickets Admitting Gentleman and Ladles
l!aa b Proemr4 tnu aiy rassr ol
Tin following testimonial
huM been received from a pro
minent plantation owner and
Honolui ti, H. I., May JU, IWH.
I'Acirif HasuwasiCo. L'ii, Honolulu.
You auk my opinion of Lurol at a Paint
I have experimented with I.ucol Oil or
outside and inaldu work, also on iron work,
painting my vacuum pan, machinery aud
ceutriftigala, with It aud the result h
been most aallsfMiUiry. It dries harder,
makes a belter Unlah, goes farther and la
more satisfactory In every way than lln
I'ertaln paint work which was alwuys
sticky with lluuewl oil, dried hard when
I.ucol Oil was used.
Youry truly, Aim, Daaiaa
Dirootion for Use.
Uho Lurol in evory respect in tin
aamu manner as you would linseed
oil, with tliu singlo oxuoiitiuu that you
may add fully ont-iiuurter uioro Lu
ooi, to tbi! same iiuuutity of pigment
limn you would of linsued.
In using metallic, Venetian red, the
ochres, und other dry pigments, it le
advisable to mix up the imint at least
one day before it is to no used, then
add it third more Liiool and the paint
will be found to cover well and have
a good gloss.
N FA' Kit UBK JAl'ANM.
Where hard surfaces siinli an Doom,
steps, etc., are required use lilharKf
only, never use Jupitus.
1.11011. MIXKB WITH VAll
N1HHEH mid attHiht their working aud im
proves their appearanro hut Tion
HHOtlU) ItK UHKI) HAMK IIAV TIIKY Alt
mizki), otherwise the gum of the var
nish nmy bo precipitated or the mix
The addition of from I to ( of l.n
ooi. to varnishes does not reduce theii
luxtre nor retard their harduning nml
drying and ll prevents their oraekinu
1 i', IM
AHeoti for (he Uiwiilin Islandts
Hotel Street (Arlington Bloejt)
.fust Received another Invoice of
Japanese Fancy Goods
- AND -
Plain and Figured Silk and Crspe.
MORNING GOWNS sat"'
Plain Bilk and Embroidered,
Silk and Cotton Kimonos
811k Fans, Cnshtons,
Rmbrotdered Silk Tea Cosies.
Table Covers. JJed Covers,
Silk Sashes, Neckwear.
Beautiful China Ware I
Salad Bowls, Bon-bon Dlahea,
Plates, Etc., Etc, Etc.
Silk and Cotton Palamas.
lings, Rlegant Lamp Shadea,
Bamboo Canes, Lunch Haakets,
Hamhoo Vallaes. Japanese Traya,
Etc., Etc., Kt., Ktc.
Mrs. J, P. P.Gollaco, Proprietress.
Wholesale . Retail.
-KIM, I, LINK OK-
Silk and Cotton Dress Goods,
- OK COMPI.KTK HTOt'K -
Made by Yamatoya of Yokohama.
tW When you are lu nee, of any llu
of Japanese (foods, give us lira! call aud
save going all around town.
aoe 3Tort at naaur Custom 3Covls
A. F. Medeiros & Co.
Merohant H Tailors.
Hotel Ht under ArllligUiu Hotel.
Latest Patterns in Suitings
Iteeelved by Kvery Hlesiner.
PERFECT FIT OR NO SALE.
Agent to Take Acknowledgments
-WILL ATTKNIi TO -
lajugomeot awl Sals of Properly
Collecting In All Its Branches.
Orriec: No. 42 Merchant Btreel.
UVTLIAL T-r,T.T,rXQ2.TX 30.
THIS 8PACE 13 RE
SERVED rua -WILLIAMS
Pioneer Fnrnltnre Co.
trfKJrtnd (111 KIiik Btrret.
e TO l. ML.
Do not forget the lime to ring up
152 Mutual Telephoae-152.
ia still prenared to repair Garden Hose.
Sprinklers, Water Taps, Filing Hawa and
sharpening all klnda tools, luuludliiK Carv
ing Knives aud Bvlsaors. Ijiwn Mowers a
aueclaltv. Also Betting Olaas, In fact all
kiuds of Jobbing Work railed for aud re.
nrm l(rM tf
Corner King A Nuitanu Bts.
Kdw. Woltir, i t i i Manager.
Finest of Wines ft Liquors
Billiard & Reading Room
rasa to patrons,
UVTU-Al, XiCIEXMtOlTJC 373.
llx'gtu iiifurm HiKirtlug Men aud the
Oeneral Pilbllu that I inn prepared to lle
ealr and llviiovale every desurlidiuu of
Virearius, duns, III Ilea aud llevolverr
skillfully lie. Mocked. Illuelngaiid llruwn.
lug done lu any shade. Kirst-ulasa work'
manshlp giiaraiiU'ed, tiiiatomera promptly
UNION HTHKK'l, HONOLIU.tl,
Oaliu llailwaj Laud Co.
OKKKKS THK I'UHLIU
Another Great Opportanltj
To Sncure Home In One of tha Hotl
Dulluhtful Localities to b
round In th Patradhae
of th PaclBo.
As a healthy resort Pearl City hat
already established an enviable reputation.
Many good cltlteni In tbta community
haveexrleuoed the wonderful effect pro
duced by a few dayi sojourn In that dry,
cool atmosphere, aud give grateful testi
mony to the relief they have almost In
stantly gained from aevore and long con
tinued attacks of asthma. Physicians
acquainted with the climate of Pearl City
recommend ll as a natural sanitarium.
THE WATER SUPPLY
IS AMPLE I
And can Im increased to meet tbe needs of
a population etial lo the largest city lu
Paor. A. II. Lyons of Oahu College la
our authority for sUtlug that the water
supply Is the purest yet discovered In this
Special IndQMDieots to Early Stllrs:
For ninety day from date we will sell
IAJ1H ON BI'KOIAl. TKKM8 favorable to
boua-llde settlers. Kor a term of thro
mouths from dale, lumber aud all build
ing materials will be aupplled, and deliver
ed at Pearl City at muuh lower price than
ever before obtained,
For further particulars, call at this oltlce
or ou any of the lumber dealers in tbii
city. Those who now own lots as well aa
those who propose to become residents of
that growing city, will do well to embrace
this oportunlly. Those who avail them
selves of Oils offer, within the time named,
will be entitled to, ahd will receive the
Vot a term of ten years, this Company
will carry such residents and their families
from Pearl City to liouolnln in the morn
ing arriving a little before seven o'clock,
and from Honolulu to Pearl City in the
evening leaving Honolulu station a little
after live o'clock, for ten oents each way,
a rate less than one cent r mile. The
rate ou all other passenger trains running
during the day or night will be iyi cents
per mile Drat class, and 1 cent per mile
A good school Is abottt lo be opened in
the Peninsula, In the tlu, large, new
achool-house erected by Mr. J. T. Wale.
house. Residents living at Pearl City
heights, above Pearl City statlon aud
those having homes on the Peuluaula, will
he allowed to ride free ou regular trains
between Pearl City stations to and from
Those who want to continue to send their
children to schools In Honolulu, cau have
trnnsortutlon on all regular trains to aud
from Pearl City, for tho purpose of attend
ing school, at live cents each way for each
pupil. This is eiinl lo 24 to 'JH miles ride
for ten cents.
&iial Inducements for those desiring to
secure homes in this country have never
before been olfered to tho public.
This Company has been requested from
abroad to name the price of all their un
sold laud lu that locality.
Should a clearance sale be made to a
syndicate, no opportunity like the present
would agdlu occur for the purchase of
homes at Pearl City,
"A Word to the Wise is
OAHU RAILWAY & LAND GO.
Ii. V. DILMNUIIAM,
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