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National Cane Shredder
I'ATKNTKH IINItKK THE LAW8
pHE UNDERSIGNED HAVE HEEN
these Shhkddkkb ami are now prepared to rcceivo order.
The great advantage to be derived (rum the use of the National Oahk
BMHKbDKK are thoroughly eiUhlUhed and acknowledged by PlanUim
The large uumbor of l'lautcra using ilium in the United 8Ut-, Oulm,
Argentine Kopubllo, i'eru, Australia and elsewhere, bear witnenK to the
The uso of the Bhkkuukk very largely augment the iiunnlity of cane
Hbe mill can grind (25 "to M), aluo the extraction of juice (6 to l'-W).
It is a great safeguard, milking known at oure the pretence of any
piece of iron, stakes from cars, or anything which would be liable to damage
the mill, and allowing ample time to remove name before damaging the null.
The 8HHKDUKK is very strongly made, and from the manner of its opera
tiou it cuts or tears these pieces of wood or iron without often breaking the
riliKKOUKR; and if auyihiug breaks, it is simply some of the knives or cutters,
which can be quickly ami economically replaced. The rJllKKDDKK, as its
name indicates, tears the caue into shreds of varying lengths, perfectly open
ing it and allowing the mill to thoroughly press out the juices without re
quiring the imtnenso extra power necessary to grind or crush the whole
caue. The Bhukudkh spreuds the shredded caue uniformly and evenly to
the mill rolls, and does away with the necessity of spreading the bagasse by
hand between the mills, where rtgritiding is in use. No greater amount of
Uiller capacity is required .to operate the Hhukdukk than that which wai
siitlicteut (or the mill, (or the al-ove reasons. We furnish full working
drawings (or the installation o( our Hhkkuukhh, euabliug any competent etc
glucer to successfully install and start them.
In ordering Hukkdukkh from Us, pli-ano send small sketch, showing tin
diameter and width of the mill lolls with which Hiikkiuiisu is to bo connected,
Ipo the side (either right or left hand as you face tl.u delivery side of the
null;, upou which the mill engine is located, also the height from tloor Hue
to center of (rout mill roll shaft, and distance center tills shaft to front eud
of bed plate. These HllKKUtiKUH are now being used by the Hilo ritigar (!o
and llawi Mill, Kohala, where they nre giving great satisfaction
fjtT Price and further particulars may be had by applying to
WM. G. IRWIN fc CO., LU.
VJ l 4V AtltwU if IA HiimiUnn iViiivN
IMrOHTKK AND UK A LEU IN
GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, FLOUR and PEED.
Fresh California Roll Batter and Island Butter
t0- ALWAYS ON HAND Jl
Rei Goods Received by Ever; Steamer from San Francisco.
All Orders fatthfullv
solii'lted and packed with car.
Linoou Hroci, Kino STiurr,
MO I'M TELEPHONES IU
Provision Dealers & Naval Supplies
Freeh Good by Every California 8teaaer.
IChi - HOUSE - GOODS - A - SPECIALTY.
Islands Okdkic Solicited. Jtft $0" STirATiON Uuahantkd.
ii. k. Mt'iNrYKK & m:o.,
Groceries, Provisions - and - feed.
Nw UtMMl KtnxlTtHl by Krery faokct I rum the Kualerii UUUm ami KuruM
KKKSH UAL1KOKS1A PKODUCE - BY EVKHY - STKAMKK
All (Inleni Uttlifillly ittU-iiitril U kiiiI (IimmIk PellTnrwl lu ituy
Pari of lb I'ltr KUKK.
Ini.ni Ohukks Soliuitko
W. W. AHANA.
333 XT'U.vukiVU. Qtxt.
English, Scotch and American
Hlyle and Fit Uiinrantred.
Olejining & Uopaiiin
luluil Tele. 66S. P. 0. Box 1U.
J. J. EGAN
ei-4 Fort Street
AI.WAYH OtTllANII THK
Litest Styles in Millinery
-THK l.ATKHT IN -
White i Colored Wonted Goods
I'HK MOHT UOMPI.KTK BTOUK i)
OreitoiiklBt Done bj Hn. Reuner.
NO VKN KICK & CO.,
tl Ninianii Hlrrvt.
TUwithi, Plmking, Etc.
HKIH'AKItY and (II.AHHW A ItH
OK THK HAWAIIAN IMLANIi.
APPOINTED SOLE AGENT8 FOlt
V O l IX 87
Ballsfacllnu guaranteed, filand Orders
HtT. Koht and Alakka Stkkict.v
p. o. liox ;
V. O IIOX Mb
AND IIKALRIU IM
M KIN.II HTHKKTfl.
llomar Hotel k Nuoanu Btreets.
Fan1 Wines aQ(1 Bres
S3 Years Old..
Rigger & Stevedore.
KhllMATKh AND WlNTHAlTH U
ALL K1NDH OF WOltK
Will run reuiilttrly liiUwcfii this ixirt and
I Walalna Krtv.nllitiml. Mukulelu, Kenwe-
mil and Pmilki on the Island of Uahiu
I For FrelKht, utc., npi'ly U the Captain.
tJ- limiilre nt nlllce of J H. Walker
i orer Mirnvkelt' llalik Fort street H07-tf
, OKVLON TKA AND JEWELRY.
I IIKII TO INFOUM THK Ptllll.H
1 that I have oiwned my Hlore at No, V
Ninianii street with IVylon ManilfHnlured
Jewlry set with llithlrs, Hiplilr, IVarlr,
rtc. Just received some Pure Ceylon Tra
try ll. Also, Indian llslmna and Dniimiii
tthtars An Insiiwtlon nl mysliiek Is will
llil. W, J. HAIUtlH
HCII No m NllMstMH street.
W. F. Reynolds, : Prop.
The Domestic Sewing Machine
makes happy wives and awed
All kinds Machine Needles and
Attachments to make every woman
Guitars to charm with song and
leave a happy smiU.
Spectacles and Eyeglasses to fit
all sights so that both old and
young viay he happy.
Dolls and Toys
to make the
Remington Typewriters to make
the business man happy.
Tennis Supplies to assist young
men and viaidens to achieve hap
piness. Purses and Card Cases to make
your best girl happy.
Wallets and Pocket Books
v)ake your best fellow happy.
Baseball Supplies to make "our
risiting Cards and Society
Stationery to convey happiness.
Office Stationery and Blank
Books, and to complete tin happi
ness of all
Buy a Stem Winding, Stem
Setting Nickel Plated Watch,
guaranteed a good timekeeper
Corner Nuiunu ft Hotel Sired!.
New Goods! New Goods!
KKI'KIVK!) IIY KVKUYbTEAMKIL
Silk Dress Goods,
JAPANESE SILK CRAPE,
Plain suit Urocaded;
JAPANESE COTTON UKAI'K
Silk Shirts and Nlyht Shirts.
Silk llluiissi. Bilk Nscktlrs
lUuitkrrclilrfn. Hhawla, Haslifs,
Uualery and Oliemlset
Jaitauese Trays, llambno Screens,
Tea HeU, Flower PoU, KM, Kl'
Prices Cheiper than Ever !
VINGFAT off an
Kck to Inform the imlillo that they
have ueuttd a
Branch Store at lo. 322 Muiudq Street,
Where they carry a oomplete llm- of
IIKDHUOM BKTH, UUAIUB,
BTANDS, Kui Kui.. Klc
Pnrultiira Repaired and Oaneral Jobbing
I Rauoubla Rates.
VI NG PAT CHAN,
I0?t-Siu SU Nunaini Htrcft.
Old Stand Swept Away.
1AM BTILL PltKPAUKD IO bUPKH
Intend, Hecoimtruet, or Imild anyihlux
lieloiiKlliK to the HulldliiK Trade.
All orders left with Johu Nott.
KIuk street, will be promptly atlouded to.
. W. LINCOLN.
A : NEW :
Tbe Hawaiian Messenger Service
U M. Joiinnon, llaiisxur.
Mutual 589 - TELEPHONES Bell 55tt
Olllre lu Masoulu HiilldliiK.
We are prepared to furiilnh tlliilnrnml
Mesii'iiKers at all hours. l'Miiilii"f uii'l
satlsfautlon Kuaraiileeil, You riliK us up
and we will do the rest.
AtaF Hourly rales, tiiu. For dlstHiiri-rHl-s
Meeimer' Map. IM74- tf
G. E. BOARDMAN,
HOI.K AOKNI FOK
.. nrw ti
(Continued from hi Page.)
prosperous eountry undor the limit
ed rule of a nominal emperor, la
order to have the "itlonl republic"
Dom Pedro was gireu the grand
bounce, and as a consequence the
country ins lteen the theater of
anarchy ever since. Violence, plun
der, mutiny, treason, etc., have been
among the results. The curtain has
dropped at present, but likely the
next scene will soon bo on.
ho much for republics. With one
ereeptiou they have been miserable
failures so far. The ereeptiou is
Switzerland, whore the race is one
and every man a patriot. With such
a record before us should we not
slop (it there were no other reasons)
and ask ourselves if a republic is what
we waut in Hawaii. Undor what
circumstances are wo so fortunately
plncod that wo may hope to succoed
where others have failed! Aro we,
like the Swiss, of one race! Aro we
all patriots! Ur is it not rather
that wo are all pretty much every
mau for himself, and so long as wo
each make our pile wo don't caro a
continoutal penny what lorru ot
government wo have, so long as it is
not monarchy. With such a mixture
of races how .can a republic hope to
succeed! It would bo difficult even
were wo ail oi one mum, wnien
even the friends of the present Gov
ernment must acknowledge is hardly
the case. Even as a matter of dol
lars and cents, it is iuadvisabie to
adopt the republican child. She is
too expensive if we go on prece
dent. Monarchical Knglaud is much
cheaper than republican America.
Such being tho cao let us stick to
our old institution, whatever may
com" at any rate, until nomethiug
better is produced than the latest
Honolulu, July 28, 1811.
" Columbia th dom of tho Ocean "
The Star of last evening states
that the Champion meu inarched to
church to the above air. Allow me
to slate that the music i originally
Kuglish, and was first heard in a
Loudon theatre lu mo lirst year oi
the Crimean war. The origiual
words are, at found in Kuglish song
"llrltntmU the pridrof llno-oin.
Tli liuinu l llm lrv ant tint tree,
TU- prlilvuf fai-li imltlut'mloviilliili,
'I he world ullur Iioiuako to ttx-u."
D. M. C.
Ketiueth Unzuinoro hnd the gocd
fortune to receive a small bottle of
Chamlierlniir Colie. Cholera and
Diarrho's HiiuiHly when I line inein
hers of his family went siek with
dysentery. This one small bottle
en red them all nud he had some left
wliieh he gave to Geo. Y. B.ker, a
uromiiieut iiiorehant of the (daee,
Umistou, N. C, and it cored him of
the same coiuplaiut. When troubled
with dyomitery, dinrrhu'a, colic or
cholera uiorbu, ive this remedy a
trial and you will be more thau
pleased with the result. The raio
that naturally follows its introduc
tion and use has made it very popu
lar. 25 and 50 ceut bottles for sale
by lleiisou, Smith & Co., Agnuts for
the Hawaiian (Mauds.
Per Birkeotina "Irmgird"
CALIFORNIA FEED GO.
Corner Queen i Nunaini 8ts. '
tOIICK IH HKKKIIY OIVKS THAT
1 nil IIIIU of thruH or uiir inoutlis old,
Hie tin- uiidnrslK
I. IM'l. Mill Ik i,1
II nut 11 ild iy Auc
In the lutiids of un
nttiiriiey fur rollvntloii
A I.I. PKUHONB AKK NOI'IFIKII NOT
J to meillt any one on my aixiount
without my written order.
JOHKI'H I'AIKO. Hk
I .....lull, I11I V IWM '""
PASTURE TO LKABX
)re,tr;AP,,.iy"to,d ,v,,,,r' u,", ,0
UnVlw' M ' K, M, BWANV5Y.
FIRS P ANNUAL
Fancy Dress Ball
Monday Evening, Aug. 6.
First I'rite-Sllk Drw, by J. J.
for Most Original Female Costume.
Becond Prite Etching Hold Frame, by
the Pacific Hardware Co., for licit Female
Third Prlie Fancy Hanglm Lamp, by
Hawaiian UardMaroCu., for Haudiuiinest
Fourth I'rlie Student Iaiiiis ly "'astle
A Cooke, fur llcst (Jciitlcnisii Uauecr.
Fifth Prlte-Bllrer Vn-e, by K. O. Halt
fi Hon, for llest t.ady Dancer.
blxtti Prlio Oold Clia-ni, by K. A. Jacob
son, for Most Original Male Continue.
Semiih Prlze-Oold Heart Phi, by H. F
Wlctiman, for llest Male Character Cos
tume. Klfflitli Prize Pair of 8llmcrn. hv Mann-
faclurliiK Hliue I o., forHeunud liesl Female
Ninth Prlie Hat. by Tracy, for Uet
Hard llmci Cotinue by Ueutleman.
Truth Prize Photo. Album, br Hawaiian
Sews Co., for llest Hunt Times Costume
Klerenth Prlze-.1 Hlilrt, hr Mollis, fur
Second llftt Mate Character (;ituiue.
Twelfth Prize IMtln lVrfUtntt, by Hen
yon Smith .t Co., for Second licit UJy
Thlruenlh Prlre-l Dizen Paris PanM
for the Dual Assitrmd Femslo l.'osiuine, by
J. J. WIMlamt. l'uoloi to 1m taken In Cos
uime. ooMMirrcB or AnRANncMCNTs:
Joseih b. Carter, Clmlrmati; l. M.
Johnson, J. KIIIuk'T, H. Xerliu. Kil. Towse.
F. II. McHtwkiT, Chairman; K 0.
White, K A. Jacohioii, Win Ktitoti, Prof.
b)OIIS, J. J. Kkll.
(Im. C. Stralelileyer.
J. II. l'Mi.r. John Kldwvll, l!has.
Hawkins, U l). Alil.'s J. H Murtlu, J K.
J. W. I'rutl. T. P. riuverlii, J. WnlUr
Jones, Tims. Wall.
l T. Ki'imke.
Tickets Admitting Gentleman and Udfes
Pan bo rrocored tnm saj Mambr of
Tilt follovviuir U'htiiiionial
luw lu'cn rt'ccivetl IVmn 11 pro
lninuiit pluittution owner and
Homii.ui.v, II. I., May iJ, W.H.
Pacini' Uriwah( tin. L'u. Honolulu
You ask my opinion of Lurol as a Palm
I have eijierlmented with Lnool Oil foi
ouuide and insidu work, also on Iron work,
painting my vacuum pan, machinery and
ceutrifui;al, with ll and tho result ha
been most satisfactory, ll dries harder,
makes a belter finish, K"e farther and Is
more vutlsfuotury in ever) way than Un
Certnlu imlnt work whluh was always
stiuky with llusned oil, dried hard when
I.ncol Oil was used.
Yoary truly, Aro, Drkikb
Direotion tor Use.
Ueu Lucol in ovcry rc(.ot in ibe
Hume nniuiiur ua you would lliirieeii
oil, with tlm singlo cxi'tiplion thuiyuti
niuy add fully ouo-tiuiirtur uioru Ll'
col to tlio muni) Humility of tiigmont
linn yon would oi liiifreil.
iu tihiiiK inuiiiilin, Vunutinii rod, tin
iclirct), unit oiliur dry liuiui'tilH, it U
HilviHiitilo to mix un tlio paint at leaM
onu duy btt(ori) it in to lie lined, lliun
udd 11 third more I.iicol hiuI the puinl
will ho foiiuil in onvnr well mill Imvi
il JJIHMl gllMM.
NKVKIl UKE JAPANS.
Win re hard KiirdiccH hiii'Ii hk tlmire
iuie, clii,, art ri'iiiircil n- Inherit)
only, tii'vcr iim Jupaur
WUUil. MIXKS WITH VAH
mid itftdiiie their working .nut itn
provue ilu'U iiiiciirnnci' iipt ihk
HIIOIIU) UK IJHKII HAMK HAV TllbV AUb
MIXKH, OtlllTWISK till' (Illlll ol Hie vur-
iit-ih tuny hn pri'cipilnii'il ur iho mix
The .iilditiou oi (nun J 10 J) of l,n
i;oi, to iiriiioliii' iIook nut rxilncu their
lustre nor rulnril llinir lurilcuinn anil
ilryiui! mill il invuiite iliclr crncklitw
iL (is, ll IN it CO..
Agents (or the Hawaiian Islands;
Hottl Street (Arlington Block)
J uit Received another In wire of
Japanese Fancy Goods
- AND -
Plain and Figured Bilk and Crape.
MORNING GOWNS "Slat! "
Plain Silk and Embroidered
Silk and Cotton Kimonos
Bilk Fans, Cushions,
Embroidered Bilk Tea Cosies.
Table Corera. Bed Covers.
Bilk Bashes, Neckwear.
Beautiful China Ware!
Balad Howls, Bon-bon Dishes,
Plates, Ktc. Etc, Kte.
Bilk and Cotton Paamas.
Kits;, KlfKnt Lamti Bhadei,
Datnboo Canes, Lunch Baskets,
Bamboo Valises, Japanese Trays,
fclc, Ktc., Kte.. Klc.
Mrs. J. P. P. Collaco, Proprietress.
ITOllA w. jr
KIM.t. LINK K.
Silk aad Cotton Urex, Goods,
-OF COMPLKTK rtlOi K -
Mad- by Yamatoya of Yokohama.
When you are In nerd of enr line
of Japanese (ioods, kIv us tlrsi fall six!
save p"lttK all around town.
SOS Tort at, sxlt CVLatotxs. Kovm
A. F. Medeiros & Co.
Merchant "H Tailors.
Hotel Ht., under ArlliiKtuii HotRl.
Latest Patterns in Suitings
Itecelved by Kery Hle-iiiier.
PERFE..T JIT 0RN0 SALB.
Agent to Take Acknowledgments
IdDemeQt aod Sal ol ProiMny
Collecting in All Its Branches.
No. 42 Merchant Htreel.
THIS SPACE IS RE
Pioneer Furniture Go.
ifj and till KIok Btreol
Q TO .A.. Ikd!.
Do not forget the time to riiiK up
152 -Mutual TeIepboae-152.
N. r. BXJTR.CIH1SS
is sliU prepared to ivpalr Uarden Uoiw.
Hprlnklers, Water Taps, Killnp Haws and
kbarpeulug all kinds tools, Includlm: L'arr.
tug Knives and Boissors. Lhwii Mowers. a
specialty. Alio r-etthw Ulasa, In fact all
kinds of Jomilnu Work nailed for and re
tiirnil urw tl
Comer King A Nunauu Bu.
Knw, WobTtn, till Manager.
Finest oi Wines k Liquors
Billiard & Reading Room
rasa to rATkoas.
U1?T?iLX. TEIJBFIZOXTB 373
I'UAUTIUAL UUN-MAKKH I
I Ih'h to Inform HportiiiK Men
(Itinera! Public that 1 am prepared Ui
pair and lleuoval every iiescriplion ul
Mrearms, (luus, llltle and l(evnlver
skillfully lte-stM'ked. Itluelugand llrown
Ing dotit' in any shade. First-class work
luaushlu guaraiitel, Customer promptly
UNION BTHKKT, HONOI
Oiilm Hiiilwav Land Co.
OKKKKS THK I'UHIJO
Another Great Opportunity
To S.urf Hiiuia in Oue of the Moat
IKdltfhirul Localltlra to be
Found In tho Paradlav
of the Pacific
As a hvaltliy resort Featl lily ha
already established an enviable reputation.
Many good oltliens In this community
hare experienced the wonderful effect pro
luced by a few days sojourn In that dry,
cool atmot-phero, ami give grateful testi
mony to the relief they hare almost In
stantly gained from severe and long con
tinued attack of asthma. Fhyslelau
aotiatnted with the climate of 1'earl City
recommend It as a natural saullarluui.
THE WATER SUPPLY
IS AMPLE 1
Ami ix 1 1 be increased lo meet Hie iireds of
a ipulittluu equal u tbe largest city in
1'aor. A. II. Lvons of Oahu tiullege Is
our authority for slating that the water
supply I the purest yet discovered lu tills
Special Inducements to Karly Settlers:
For ninety days from dale e will sell
LOTH ON Sl'KOIAL TEHMB favorable to
boua-tlde settlers. For a term ot three
mouths from date, lumber and all build
lug material will be supplied, and deliver
ed at t'earl City at much lower prim than
ever before obtalued.
For further iartlculars, call at this ottioe
or on any of the lumber dealer in this
nlty, Thoe who now own lot a well aa
those who propose to become resident of
that growing city, will do well to eiubrao
this opportunity. Those who avail them
selves of this otter, wlthlu the time named,
will be entitled to, abd will receive the
Fr a term of ten yean, this Company
will carry snuli resident and their families
from t'earl City to Honolulu lu the morn
ing arriving a little before seveu o'clock,
and from Honolulu to Pearl City In the
eveulng having Houolulu station a little
after five o'clock , for leu cent each way,
a rate less than one ceut per mile. The
rates on all other patteuger trains running
during the day or night will be 1 ceut
per tulle Oral class, and 1 cent wr mile
A good school Is about to be 0ued lu
the Peninsula, In the flue, large, uew
school-house erected by Mr. J. T. Water
house. Itesldeut living at Pearl City
height, laliove Pearl City station) and
those having homes on the Peulusula, will
be allowed to ride free ou regular tralu
between Pearl City statlou to ami from
Those who waul to continue to seud their
chlldreu to schools In Honolulu, cnu have
transportation ou all regular tralu to and
from Pearl City, for the purpose of attend
ing school, at five cent each way tor each
pupil. This Is equal to 'H to 'M mile ride
for ten cents.
Equal Inducement fur those del ring to
secure homes iu this country have never
before been ollered to the public.
This Company baa beeu requested from
abroad to name the price of all their un
sold laud lu that locality.
Should a clearance sale b made to a
syndicate, uo opportunity like the present
would again occur for the purchase of
home at Pearl City,
"A Word to the Wise is
OAHU RAILWAY & LAND GO,
ll. K. DILLINGHAM,
1T 7 r ftrHH