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National Cane Shredder
e&TBNrKU IINPKU THK LAWH
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fPHK UNDERSIGNED HAVE UEEN APPOINTED SOLE AOENTrJ KOK
Iheso HiiHKDDKiis iiud ure uow prepared to rcceivu order.
The great advantages to be derived from tho use of the National Cask
gimxDDKB are thoroughly established and acknowledged by Planters
The largo number of Planter using them In the United State, Cuba,
Argentine Kuiuiblic, Peru, Australia and elsowliore, boar witness to the
Tho uso of tho Siikkddku very largely augment tli- quantity of cane
the mill cau grind (25 to BO), also the extraction of juice (6 to 12).
It is a great safeguard, making known al once tho presence of any
pieces of Iron, nUkes from earn, or anylliing which would be liable to damage
Die mill, and allowing ample time to removo same before damaging the mill.
Tho Hiiiikddkh is very strongly made, and from the manner of it opera
tion it cuU or tvars these pieces of wood or iron without often breaking the
riHKKuuKu; and if anything breaks, it is simply some of the knives or cutters,
which cau be quickly and economically replaced. The Hhkrdukr, as it
name indicates, tears the cane into rhrrds of varying lengths, perfectly open
ing it and allowing tho mill to thoroughly press out the juices without re
quiring the immensu extra power necessary to grind or crush the whole
cane. Tho Hhukihiku spread the shredded ratio uniformly and evenly to
tho mill rolls, and does away with tho necessity of spreading the bagasso by
hand between tho mills, whero rrgriudlug is in use. No greater amount of
boiler capacity is required to operate the Hmueddkk than that which wai
tutCcieut for tho mill, for the above reasons. Wo furnish full working
drawings for the installation of our rJiiuKiuKHt, enabling any competent en
gineer to successfully Install and start them.
in ordering riilUKUiiKitfl from us, please send small sketch, showing tltf
diametor ami width of the mill rolls with which 8liHKUika is to be connected,
also tho side (either right or left hand a you face tho delivery aide of the
mill;, upon which tho mill ungltxi is located, also the height from floor line
to confer of front mill roll shaft, and distance center this shaft to front end
of bed plate. These Biikkdukhr are now being used by the lillo Sugar Co.
and Uawl Mill, Kobala, whoro they are giving great satisfaction.
fJW Price and further particulars may bo had by applying to
telephone uy p o uox n
C11AS. 11 U ST ACE,
(Ml'DliTKIt AND DHALEIl IN
GROCERIES, PROVISIONS JLOUR and FEED,
Fresb California Roll Butter and Island Batter
fjr ALWAYS ON HANI) j
Sei Goods Received by Every
W All Orders faithfully attend to.
oi!oild and paefcrd Kith care.
Lincoln Block, Ki.no SritrCT,
titrrii rKLKi'HuxKfi iw-
LEWIS & CO.,
Ill FORT STHKET.
Importers, Wholesale k Retail Grocers
Provision Dealers & Naval Supplies
Fresh Goods by Erery California Bteaaer .
ICK - HOUSE - GOODS - A - SPECIALTY.
1 SUA WW Ont)Kk.1 SOLICITKU. JJ3 &T SATISFACTION OtlARAHTRBO.
11. K. MclNTYUE & BKO.,
IMronTCIU AMU DKALKM III
Groceries, - Provisions - and - Feed.
Nw Ooods KmmIvimJ by Kvery Packet from the Bvitcm 8tto and Kuroj.
FKK3H OALIKOKXIA - PRODUCE UY EVEKY - STEAM EH
All Uivlr jAlthtully attended to mid Hood UtllnrtKl to n
Part of the t.'tty KUKK.
laUAMb Okucbs Souuitkd. Satuutautiom Ouamahtccu
KART OnitNKIt KilKT ANM KINfJ HTKRKTH.
W. W. AHANA,
333 X7uua-&u at j max.
Engllstt, Scoicrj and Americao Couds.
btylb ami Tit (HiHrnnicp.1,
Cleuuing & Uopaii'ing
Mutual Tele. 663, P. (J. Bo l Ml.
J. J. EGAN
(5 14 Fort Street
A.I.WAYB UN HAND THK
Latest Styles in Millinery
- THK J.ATK8T IN -
White and Colored Worsted Goods
THE MOHT COM I'l.KTK BTttOK UK
DRY : GOODS
IN THE OITY
DmimiklDg Done tij Mrs. Renoer.
IIO YEN KEIfl & CO.,
tl Niniaiin Hlrwt.
Tiuiaiths, Plumbing, Btc.
VKOOKKKY and UlaUhW 1KII
OH THK HAWAIIAN IHI.AN
IRWIN & CO., L'd.,
&U JgrnU fur lu llnteaiian lilntnU.
Steamer from Sid Fnmcbw.
batirfactlon jnaraulwl. Island urUr
Brr Phut and Alaick Ntucm.
r u. uox or,
- f. O BOX 118
Coroar HuUl 4 Raaaan StrMtt,
Family Wines and Brandies
3 Years Old.
E. N. REQUA,
lO'JOl MANAQEK 6w
Rigger fc Stevedore,
W R. Ml O J HJ R, .
ICBT1MATKS AND (JONTUACTU UN
AM. KINDB UK WOKK.
Will run resularlr between thli ort aud
Walalutk, Kawalliaiml. Mokulela, Keawe
nul and l'nulkl on th Inland ot OaUn.
Kor Krelght, etc., apply to the Captain.
Intiulrn at oltlco ot J. B. Walkxr.
nvrr Bpmckel' Hank, Kort tlreat. U&7-tf
OETLON TEA AND JKWKLKY.
f IIKU TO INKOKM THK PUIII.IC
1 that I havn ointl my Hior at No. iM
Ninianti atrial with Cylon Manulaoturxl
Jewelry act with Kahlua, Bapphlrva, Kaarla,
etc. Jmt rucf Itf il wmia 1'iire Cylon Taa-
Uj It. AJo, Indian Habana and Danaon I
ClKan An Impaction of or itook li alt i
riiK.t. w. j. uahuib. I
a. No, IM Natuna iUtU
W. P. Reynolds, : Prop.
The Domestic Sewing Machine
, makes happy wivtt and tweet
J All kinds Machine Needles and
Attachments to make every woman
Guitars to charm with tony and
leave a happy smile.
Spectacles and Eyrglases to jit
j all tiyhts so that both old and
young may be hoppy.
Dolls and Toys to make the
Remington lpewriter to make
' the business man happy.
Tennis Supplies to 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 hajtjiy.
Baseball Supplies to make "oar
Visiting Cards and Society
Stationery to convey happiness
Ofjice Stationery and Blank
Books, and to co-mplete the happi
ness of all
Buy a Stem Windiuy, Stem
Setting Nickel Plated Watch,
guaranteed a oood timekteper
Corner Nuuion I Hotel Street.
New Goods! New Goods!
I RKt KIVKI II Y KVKIIY bTK.VMK.lt.
Silk Dress Goods,
- Alii. COLOKb-
JAl'AXESK SILK CKAl'K,
I'lalu nd llrumded,
JAf ANKDK OOrrO.N CKAl'K
Silk Shirts and Night Shirts,
Hllk Mouses, bilk Neckties.
Handkerchiefs, Hliawls, Hiihri,
Hosiery and Chemises,
Jaanw Trayt, Uamboo Bonrenn,
Tra BU, Klower I'otn, Klc, Ktr.
Prices Cheaper than Ever !
V1NG FAT CHAN
ling to Inform this public that they
have opened a
Branch Store at lo. 322 Hanana Street,
Where they carry a rom pint line of
i HKIJKOOM BUTB, UHA1HB,
HTANDB, Kt4!., Ktc, Ktu
Puraltara Bapalrad tad atnenl Jobblny
t BauoaabU Rata.
VI NO FAT CHAN,
ItnrlJm ya Nuuauu Btrwt.
A: MBW: DBPAETOBB
Tbe Hawaiian Messenger Service
I. M. Joiinhik .ManHfr
Mutual SSB-TEIXKHOBES Malt 559
OltH'f In Maiiiiii) liulldinx.
We are prepanxl to Inrnlnh llnlloriiit
MeM)iiKn at all hnura. I'tuuiptnun ana
aatlifaotlon KUaranteett. You niiK un up
and we will Jo tit reiu
V Hourly ratoi 40o. For dutatio
rate m MMatngar'i Map. l(J7iU
International Yacht Races.
i At this distancn it is hardly possi
' blu to estimate tho Interest taken in
J the old world in the great yachting
I contests of which wo have nowa
i from time to tiuio. Our own yacht
! races between local boats aro deeply
lutvri-BiiuK iu nuauu BpuriBUiou
here, but produce obviously nothing
like the excltotnent attending tho
groat races in English waters, where
natious compete, nud in which Em
porors, princes and peers take part.
Lord Dun raven's vacht, tho Val
kyrio, a superb specimen of tho skill
of the rnarino architect, has gone
tho way of many gallant ships, but
hofote this calamity occurred the
Vigilant had beaten it. In its turn
tho Vigilant has beon defeated by
tho Prince of Wales's yacht Britan
nia, and tho championship onco
again rests with England, The
Vigilant is an Amorican yacht, built
expressly to defeat all comers. This
boat is described, in fact, as a mere
racing mnehino, and is entirely un
fitted for cruising purposes. Her
defeat by tho Britannia is tho more
noteworthy as tho lattor unites the
qualities of a pleasure boat with
thoso of a racer Tho I'rinco has
always beon au enthusiastic sports
man, and his latest triumph will be
popular, all tho more, porhaps, bo
oauFA ho has not been very success
ful during his long connectiou with
tho turf. It must not be supposed,
however, that tho laurels won by tho
Britannia will bo allowed to remain
long in his hands if transatlantic in
genuity and wealth count for any
thing. Mr. Bounott, the big New
York nowspaper man, has already
sotno mysterious craft in cotirso of
construction, with which, liko tho
misguided and too-confident Dutch
Admiral, ho intonds to swoop the
British seas. And so tho strugglo
for international mipromacy goes on,
not without good results to science,
and tho improvement of the trade
carrying fleets of tho world. Some
day tho enterpriso of one of our
wealthy ami ambitious local yachts-
I mon will, perhaps, give Australia a
1 more special intorost in thoso con
tests. fiytlney filar.
LIfo la Bf isory
To many peoplo who have tho taint
of scrofula iu their blood. Tho ago
nies caused by tho dreadful running
sores ami other manifestations of
this disease aro Iwyond description.
There is no other remedy eipial to
Hood's Sarsaparilla for scrofula,
salt rheum and every form of blood
disease. It is reasonably sure to
lienotlt all who give it a fair trial.
Hood's Tills cum all liver ills.
Tlio jirlci) of tnllotv linn dropped
10 pttrcunt nnd M. Hridinin boIU now
neviMittHjn (17) ham of thu very best
soap for $1 '. Alitu trjr liU own Im
ported German cnntilo rump maim
lacturvd hy Krau Unit., Mntitihuiin,
QO TO TUB ANOUOK SALOON.
WILLIAM CUNNINOHAM, MAN
ol'it of the Anchor b'uloon, la keep
Inn up with tin tlmm. At the Anchor you
ran "wet yournye" with an UyMvr Cock
ull and wanh It down with a Kroditrlcka
txtric liter Oytlrr CH'ktnlli a ipcclalty.
'I'HHKK NICELY KUIU
X niaheil Ilooui nl No.
I tlardeu lAnn.
'PHKER NICELY Fl'IU
X nlnlied Kooma at U'ttl-
klkl on the Ix-ach. Tvrinn
vry rranonnhle. Apply at
'teuipln of Kaahion, Kort t-ti
lionm ror ainele efii-
tlemnn situated on IIitd-
tanla utrtet, 15 mioutoa'l
walk from 1'ost Ollice. Addrena "U.,
thla ottice. Uisi tl
AT WA1KIK1 UN THE
quanera for oue or two Bin
Kle (leutlemen: board op
tional j bathing facllltiB (jood.
llHrt-tf HULI.ETIN UKKH'R.
X House ou HervtuiilH
atrret now occnptist by Mr.
J. 11 Wodehoune. Jr l'os-
reshton Riven on August lit.
panicuiari apply iu
E. U HOWE,
Ur lw King NtrtHit.
J aud Nentlv Furnlihed
I'otlBK". opposite Hotrl and
Central Union Chnrch 73
Iteretanin street H'li Celling, Ijirgo Clo
teti, Hplendld l.anal, and every conveni
ence. Enijulro on premises or MuiunI
Telephone umi iai5-lw
Fine House and Lot
'pHE tlNDKUSIGNEI) OFKEKB FUH
X sale (hat Fine Jliuiii'stenil on tbe
nianka aide of lleretanla ctreet, 100 feet
east of I'ensacola atre.et. The Lot has a
front of ion fret nnd a depth of 113 feet. A
Mood Dwellluc House in (!"od repair; con
tains I'arlnr, ninine-room Kltuhon, I'an
try, iledroom, Hath and Water CIoniH and
an ollice on the lower tloor with KourUond
lleilroomi on vecond tloor There la a ub
HtHiitlul Ham, containing Two Btalla, room
tor two carnages. Wood Blind aud Ser
vants' Koom, a Servants' W C. and Two
Uood Ceis-pools. Further particulars of
W. IU Catl or of
' m v hpiuikbh
NOTICE TO PASSENGERS.
ALL I'KKHONH INTKNIUNO TO
take iiukuflfp) on BtenniurN of Iho
Inttir-lkliinil Bteuiii NavlKittlon Co., from
Honolulu, nru huriihy roiim-xtf-il to pur
chase tickets at tlio AVhurf Oltlco of the
j l.ompuuy before, euilmrklnj. mid nny pus
aniiKuriniiiiiK to no no sunn l-o lulijcut to
pay 'i) iwrcuiit of tlio regular fart In nildl-
. tlon thereto. 'Ilili rule a III he atrlrtlv fii.
forced from and after the 1st day of Auiiust
ITuilMio. w W. It. IIUDFUUY.
W. II, Mcl.nw. Beo'y. 1'iuident.
Hnnolalii.Jnly If, tlW. Iuha-Tw
Fancy Dress Ball
First Prize Bilk Dress, by J. J. Kgan,
for Most Original Femnlo Costume.
Second Frize Etching Gold Frame, by
the Pnclrtc Hardware Co., for Dest Fcmnfe
Third Prize Fancy Uanglns Lamp, by
Hawaiian Hardware Co., for Handsomest
Fourth Prize Student Lamp, by Castle
A. Cooke, for llest Gentleman Dancer.
Fifth Prlzo-Silver Vase, by E. 0. Hall
A Bon, for Dest Lady Dancer.
Sixth Prize-Gold Charm, by E. A. Jacob
son, for Most Original Male Costume.
Seventh Prize-Gold Bcarf Pin, by II. F.
Wlchman, for Best Male Character Cos
tume. Eighth Prize-Pair ot Slippers, by Mann
factoring Bhoe Co., for Second Ucst Female
Ninth Prize Hat, by Tracy, for llest
Hard Times Coitttme by Gentleman.
Tentti Prize-Photo. Album, by Hawaiian
News (To., for Unit Hard Times Costumo
Eleventh Prlte-3 Shirts, by Mrllls, for
Second Ueit Male Character Costume.
Twelfth Prizo-Bottle Perfume, by Ben
sou, Smith ,1c Co., for Second llest !ndy
Thirteenth Prizo-l Dozen Paris Panels
for the licit Assumed Fenmia Costume, by
J. J. Williams. Photos to lie taken in Cos
tume. COMMITTEE OF ARrUNOKUEKTS:
Joph L. Carter, Chairman t L. M.
Johnson, J. Enlugcr, 11. Kcrbe, Ed.Towse.
F. II. McStockor, Chairman; E. O.
White, E. A. Jacoliton, Wru. Eaton, Prof.
Lyons, J. J. Egan.
Geo. C. Btratemeyer.
J. 11. Fisher, John Kldwell, Chas.
Hawkins, L. 0. Allies, J. 8. Martin, J. K.
J. W. Pratt. T. P. Severln, J Walter
Jones, Thus. Wall.
U T. Kcnako.
Tickets AdmttUng GenUemaji and Ladles
nan ba Proeorad iron any Mombar el
Thu following k'Htimonial
has been received from u pro
minent plantation owner and
Honoi-ui.P, H. I., May '."J, llfH.
l'Auirio HAiDWAan Co. L'o, Honolulu.
You ask my opinion of Lucol as a Paint
I hare experimented with Lucol Oil for
outside and Inside work, also on iron work,
painting my vacuum pan, machinery aud
centrifugals, with It and the result has
been most satisfactory. It dries harder,
makes a better finish, goes farther aud Is
more satisfactory in every way than lin
seed oil. '
Certain paint work which was always
sticky with Unseed oil, dried hard when
Lucol OU was nsed.
Youry truly, Acu. Dbbikb,
Direction for Use.
Ubo Lucol in every roHpect iu the
tm mo man nor aa you would linseed
oil, with thu slnglo exception Unit you
may udd fully ono-quartor moro Lu
col to thu name quantity of plgmeut
than you would ot liimucd.
In lining moullio, Vonutiiin rid, tin
ochniH, und othor dry pigmuntn, it b
Hdvinablo to mix up tho paint at leant
ono duy boforo it is to ho used, thttn
add a third moro Lucol and tho paint
will ho found to oovor woll and havt
a good gloss.
NEVER UHK JAFANfi.
Whero hard surfaces etich an floors
atopa, etc., are required nee litharge
only, uuvur use Japuua.
LUOOL M1XKB WITH VAR
NJHHE8 aud aHHiaU their working and im
proves their appearance hut tiikv
HHOtlLI) l)K UUEII HAMK DAY TIIKV AKr.
mixkii, otlierwiuo the gum of thu var
iiIhIi may ho precipitated or tho mix
Tho addition of (rum i to i of Lit
coi. to varnihlieH dues mil redutu their
lustre nor retard their hardening ami
drying and it prnventu their uraekiui;
in n murm o nn
Adonis for tbe Hawaiian Islands
Hotel Stret (Arllngtoo Block)
Just llccelved another Invoice of
Japanese Fancy Goods
- and -
Plain and Figured Silk and Crap.
MORNING GOWNS ttffisr
Plain 811k and Embroidered.
Silk and Cotton Kimonos
Bilk Fans, Cushions,
Embroidered Silk Tea Cosies.
Tnblo Covers, lied Covers,
811k Sashes, Neckwear.
Beautiful China Warel
Batad Dowls. llon-bon Dishes,
i-iaios, r.to., Ktc, Kto.
Smoking Jackets I
811k and Cotton Palamas.
ItORS, EleRant Umn Shades,
Ham boo Canes, l.unch Itnskets,
Itamboo Valises, Japanese Trwya,
Ktc., Ktc, Ktc, Ktc
Mrs, J, P.P.Goliaco, Proprietress.
Wholesale j?9 Retail.
- KULL LINK OK -
Silk and Cotton Dress Goods,
Kto., Ktc Ktc. Kto.
Si, Linen mil tope Shirts
- OK COMPLKTK STUCK -
Miitr by Yamatoja of Yokoliaiim.
" When you are In nd of any line
ot Jaitnete Hoods, k'vo us tlrst call aud
e koIuk all around town.
aoo ITort Ot, near Custom Sous
THIS 8PACB IS RE
Pioneer Furniture Co.
lUJandlltt King Ktrrrt.
A. F. Medeiros & Co.
Merchant Tl Tailors
Hotel St., under ArlliiKton Hotel
Latest Patterns in Saltings
Iti-colved by Every Steamer
PERFECT PIT OR NO SALE.
Agent to Take Acknowledgments
- WILL ATTKNI) TO -
Management and Sale of Property
Collecting In All Its Branches.
Urrtcai No. Merchant btrmtt.
e to .a., m:.
tin not turret the time to rlliK U
152 Matual Tolopbone-152.
n. v Duaaass
! still prepared tu r- pair Oardvu Hose.
Hin inklers, Water I'm-i, Kllini? Baws and
ffiuriKiiilnR all kinds tiols, iucludiui; Carv
Inf Knives and Pci.vor i. Ijiwii Mowers a
Miouialtv. AImi Kfitiiu- lika, In (act all
kinds of JuMiinj vv'nrk iiHlifit 'or and re
in rnl ircw tr
Comer KIiik A Nuiiauu Uta.
Kdw. Woltcb, iiii llunager.
Finest of Wines k Liquors
Billiard k Rouding Room
FUH TO fATRllNS.
I'KAHTIOAL - OUN-MAKICK!
I lien to luloriii HK)rllliK Men aud the
Imicral Pulilln Unit I am pri'imred to lie
pair and Iteuovute every ilexcriiitiou ot
Klrenrius, duns, Itilli-s and Itevulvcrfc
tkilllully lUi.stocki-it. lllueliiKaud llrunic
Iiik done In any shade. Klr.l-cliiss work.
muimlilp Kuarautt'iid. Custiimers tiroiuiitly
IINItlt, HlltKI'.T, HOHIM.M.ll,
IWI tl I
j Oabu rillilWIIV Hill I'O.
OKKKIW TUK HUULIO
Anotber Great Opportooitj
To Swcur HoniM In Out of th MmI
Dvtltfhtful LotiAlUUa to cat
round In the Paisvdts
of the SMlttu.
As a healthy rrsort-Pearl City baa
already established au enviable reputation.
Many good cltlsens In thla community
have experienced the wonderful effect pro
duced by a few day sojourn In that dry,
cool atmosphere, and give grateful testi
mony to the relief they hare almost In
stantly unlned (rom severe and long con
tinned attacks of asthma. Physicians
acquainted with the climate of Pearl City
tecjunuend It as a natural saultarium.
THE WATER SUPPLY
And can tw Innreoatil tu iiivat th tid Ot
a populntloo coital tu tb largest city In
Paor. A. I). Lioss of Oalia Uoilag U
our authority tot staling that the water
supply 1 tb purest yet discovered lo thla
Special Inducements to Earl; Stttlin:
For ninety days from date will sell
LOTH ON HPKUIAL TKKMB favurabl to
boua.llde settlers, for a term ol thru,
mouths (rom date, lumber and all build
lti); materials will be supplied, and deliver
ed at IVarl City at much lower prl thau
ever before obtained.
For further particular, eall at this offlo
or on any of tbe lumbar dealer in this
city. Those who now own lot u wall a
those who propone to become resident ot
that growing city, will do well lo embraoe
this opportunity. Those who avail thni
solves of this offer, within th tiui named,
will be entitled tu, ahd will reoelva th
For term of ten years, this Company
will carry such resident and their fatnllle
from Pearl City to Houoluln In th morn
ing arriving a little before seven o'clock),
and from Honolulu to Pearl City In this
evening llraving Honolulu station a llttl
after five o'clockl, for ten cent each way,
a rata less than one cent per mile. That
rates on all other passenger trains running
during the day or night will be l cent
per mile first class, and 1 cent per mile
A good school Is about to be opened In
the Peninsula, Iu the fine, large, nw
school-house erected by Mr. J. T. Water
bouse, llesideuts living at Pearl City
heights, lahove Pearl City station and
those having home on the Peninsula, will
be allowed to ride free on regular trains
betwoeu Pearl City swtiuua to aud from
Those who want tocontlnuetusend their
children to school In Honolulu, cau have
transportation ou all regular trains tu and
from Pearl City, for the purpose of attend
ing school, at live cents each way tor each
pupil. This Is eqnal to 'H to 20 mtle rid
tor ten cents
Kqual Inducement for those desiring 19
secure homes In this country hav uaver
before beeu otlerad 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 sal be mad tu a
syndicate, no opportunity like th preaent
would again occur for the purcbAM of
home at Peart City.
"A Word to the Wise it
OAilU RAILWAY & LAND CO,
li. V. DILLINGHAM,