Newspaper Page Text
National Cane Shredder
FATKHTKIi UNIIKK THK I1AW8 OV THK MaAllAn IHLANU
V'V , ,
J IV Ci. . n. J f
THE UNDERSIGNED HAVE BEEN APPOINTED SOLE AQENTB FOR
those Biirkddkrb flud arc now picp.ircd to rrcuivu orders.
The groat advantages to bo derived (rum the tuo ol the National Oanr
Shmddu are thoroughly C8Ul)llnliod and acknowledged by Planter
The large number of Pluutcra tiaing tlioin in the United SUtes, Cuba,
Argentine Republic, Peru, Australia mid cluewhcro, bear witnest to the
The use o( the Shredder very largely augments the quantity ol cane
fee mill can grind (26 to 607.), also the extraction of juico (6 to 12).
It 1 a great safeguard, making known nt once the prcsenco ol any
piece of iron, stakes from cars, or anything which would bo liablo to damage
the mill, and allowing ninplo time to remove ennic before damaging tho mill.
The 8URXDDER is very strongly made, nud from tho manner of its opera
tion it cuta or tears these pieces ol wood or iron without often breaking the
Shredder; and if anything breaks, it in simply some of tho knives or cutlers,
which can bo quickly nud economically replaced. TI10 Shredder, as it
name indicates, tears tho cane into shreds ol varying lengths, perfectly opon
Ing it and allowing tho mill to thoroughly press out the juices without re
quiring the immunso extra power uoccsj.iry to grind or crush tho whole
cane. Tho Shredder spreads the shredded cane uniformly and evenly to
the mill rolls, and docs nway with the necessity of spreading tho bagasse by
hand between tho mills, whore regrinding is in use. No greater amount of
boiler capacity is required to operate the Shredder than that which wa
sufficient for tho mill, for tho above reasons. Wo furnish full working
drawings for tho installation ol our Siirkddkrh, enabling any competent en
gineer to successfully install and start them.
In ordoring Shredders from us, please send small sketch, showing thr
diameter and width ol tho mill rolls with which KiiiiEDDEit is to bo connected,
also the side (either right or left hand as you faco th delivery sido of tho
mill;, upon which tho mill engine Is located, also the height from floor line
to center of front mill roll shaft, and distance center this shaft to (rout end
of bed plate. These Shreddkrp aro now being used by tho Hilo Sugar On
and Hawi Mill, Kohala, whore thuy arc giving great satisfaction.
0f Prices and further particular may bo had by applying u
WM. G. IRWIN & CO., L'd..
B-t Mt Acnlt fm the IttwxHnn ItUfult.
Golden Rule Bazaar.
W. F. Reynolds, : Prop.
The Domestic Sewing Machine
makes happy wives and sweethearts.
All kinds Machine Needles and
Attachments to make every woman
Quitars to charm with song and
leave a happy smile.
Spectacles and Eyeglasses to Jit
all sights to that both old and
young may he happy.
Dolls and Toys
to mnkr Ow.
Remington Typewriters fr make
the business man happy.
Tennis Supplies to assist young
men and maidens tn achieve hap
piness. Purses and Card Co to make
your best girl fiappy.
Wallets and Pocket Books
make your best fellmo happy.
TKlJtPHONB I IH
V 0 MIX S72
IMPORTER AND DEALER IS
GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, FLOUR and FEED.
Fresh California Roll Batter and Island Batter
&T ALWAVH ON HAND .Jfj
let Goods Received by Every Steamer Iron San Francisco.
HT All Order faithfully etund to. Kiitltdiirltno guaranteed. Island Oritur
nUoTtad and packed with care.
Lincoln Block, Kino Sthi.ct, IIkt. Font axu Ai.akea Stmkkt.
Baseball Supplies to tuakr "our
Visiting Cards and Society
Stationery to convey happiness.
Office Stationery and Blank
Books, and to complete the happi
ness of all
Buy a Stem
Corner Hasina A Hotel Streets.
New Goods! New Goods!
ItKCBIYF.D IIV KVKUY HTKAMKIL
BOTH rSUtrUONKH ()
v o. nox er,
Importers, Wholesale k Retail Grocers
Provision Dealers & Naval Supplies
Pretb Goods by Evory California Steamer.
IOK - HOUSE - GOODS - A - SPECIALTY
ItLAMM Oadku Solicited. jH gW SvmrAcmoN Ucamntkii.
Silk Dress Goods,
.JAIANESE SILK GKAI'E,
ruin and Ilrocaded:
JAPANK8K COTTON CKAI'R
Silk Sblrts and Night Shirts,
Bilk lllonses, 811k Neckties,
Handkerchief. Hhawls, Hnihi!,
Hosiery and (Miriulm-
'. ( BOX IC
II. E. MclNTYKE & MUK
lltrflHTCM ANII liKALCWi IN
Groceries, - Provisions - and Feed.
Haw Oooda tolTid by Entry l'ackei Irout thr Knn'.rra HUM and Kuropa
PUBSB - CALIFORNIA PRODUCE BY EVERT STEAM KU
All Ordara faithfully attended to and
I'art of lh i!lly
(MllTHrad u an)
(klabo Oaixcjw Houoitkd
KMirf M KINM HTKRKTR.
W. W. AHANA.
333 IT-U.U.HJ-1.M Otzaat.
JapaniMw Trava, llamboo Borer n.
Tra Bta, Klowr l'.iU., Klo., F.:
Prices Cheaper than Ever !
English, Scotch and American Goods.
fltyl and Fit OiiHrantKml.
Clemiiug & Repairing:
Motnil Tele. 668. P. 0. Box HV
J. J. EGAN
S 1 4 Fort Street.
ALWAYH ON'haNI) THK
Lateit Styles in Millinery
-THB LATK8T IN -
Walt aai Colored Worsted Goods
THK MOBT COMl'I.RTK HTOI1K OK
DRY : GOODS
IN THK OITy
IrMiniklng Done by Hrs. Renner.
HO YRN KEK &
l Nnunnn rtlni.
TiMMitht; Plumbing, Etc.
UMiMIKtKV aud (J,HHWak
Corner Botal li Nnaaan 8trta,
OUOICE OLD -
Family Wines and Brandies
VOKV ' SHERRY
83 Years Old.
ES. 1ST. REQUA,
ItOJi MANAOKU. Iflin
Rigger & Stevedore,
KHTIMATKH AND CONTRACTS Or
ALL KINDS OK WOUK.
Will run tt'Kiilnrly hctwceii tills ort and
U'bIhIiiu. KiiHnllinpnl, Mnkulela, Keawe
nul nnl I'liulkl on the Inland of Oahu.
I' or KrrlKlit, "to., apply to the Captain.
Iw lniilrt nt olllin ol J. R. Walker
ovur HprecktilH llank Kurt Htreet Hft7-lf
CEYLON TEA AND JKWEXBY
I IIKO TO INKOKM TK PUnLIC
I Hint I hav oirtitil my HUire at No. tvi
NiuiKiin utrrKl with Coylon ManutMtnrad
Jftwtdry nt with Itulilf i, Happhlroi, l'oarli,
tn. Jut rwelyddaoiiia I'ii rtCylon Tea
try It. Alao. Imllati llaUiui and Damon
OlviiH Ati inpillon ot my ttook l oll.
oltt.it. W. J. BAUKI8,
UMA t Hu. iM Uunanv UmV
Opinions of Archbishop Irolnnd on
Ciiioaoo, July 15. Archbishop Tro
lnnd ot St. l'ntil, btMiig nsluul what
ho had to say tipou tho railway
strike to-day, opoko a3 follows: "I
UiMiko to spcnlc ot tuo UlncaKo
strikoa bucatuo in so doing I shall
lilamo labor, whilo bei-aiiRO of my
dcop sympathy with it I should
wish to havo tmvor said but words of
praisn for it. But in a tnomuut of
sot'ial crisis, such as tho oun through
which wo aro passing, it is my duty
to spoak loudly and to mako tho
avowal of tho truth and principles
which will savo society and jmticn.
I am glad ot tho opportunity which
a roprcsontativo ol tho Associated
Pres affords mo.
"Tho fatal mistako which has
been mado in connection with this
striko is that property has been
destroyed, tho liberty of btiiness
interfered with, human lives placed
in danger, social order menaced,
and tho institutions and freedom of
tho country put in most serious
jeopardy. Tho moment such things
happen all possible questions as to
the rights and grievances must be
dropped out of sight, and nil etrorts
of law-abiding citizens and ot pub
lic tifllcials made to sorvo iu main
taining public order and guarding,
at all costs, the public welfare.
Labor must learn that, however
sacred its rights be. there is some
thing above them nud absolutely
supremo social order and tho 1 ws
of iniblio justice. There is no civil
crime as hideous, so pregnant of
evil results as resistance to law and
tho constitutional authority of tho
country; this resistance is revolution j
it bgots chaos: it is annrchy; it
disrupts tho whole social fabric.
"Labor, too. must learn tho les
sons that the liberty of the citizens
is to bo respected. One man has the
right to cease from work, but ho has
no right to drive another man from
work. Ho who respects not the
liberty of others, shows himself un
worthy of his own liberty nud in-
capablo of cilizeuship in a treo
"Kiots and mob rule, sin h as havo
occurred in Chicago, do immense
harm to (ho cause ot labor and set
back its advance for whole decades
of years. Labor thereby hues the
earnest sympathy of thousands of
irieiui nun gives courngo mm
triumph to lis enemies. Woreo yet,
the piiuciple of popular government
suffers. It is no wonder that, read
ing of the occurrences iu America,
Europe announces that the Repub
lic is a failure and that a strong
monarchy only can holu society to
gether. "I am far from saying that labor
has not had its giievances in Amer
ica nor that redre.s must not be
sought. I would not respect the
laborer who reeks not to defend his
rights and to improtu his condition.
Uut all this must be done within the
lines of social order ami law. The
remedy for these uN is a healthy
public opinion and fair public legis
lation, and all legitimate efforts in
these directions, whet her by single or
united force, are laudable.
"For mr own nart 1 believe the
largo number of men who join strikes
are more to be pitied than to be
blamed. Thoy aro led on by irres
ponsible and tyrannous chiefs. La
bor unions have great statutes, but.
one marked evil in them is that they
put the liberties of tens of thousands
iu the keeping of one man or a few
who become their absolute masters,
their despotic c.tirs.
"Tho solution to tho difference
between capital and labor is ueces
Htirily complex, ami no one precise
formula has been or eau bo found.
A generous seiuo of justice toward
all, a tleep love of oue'ii fellows and
attentive listenings to the teachings
of Christ will Icai1 jii all sides to a
butter understanding and to happier
mutual relations. Certain it is that
so far as it N possible, the laborer
should not lack support for hiinelt
aud family, lie should not be over
burdened either in weight or timoof
labor; ho should be treatetl as a
rational ami moral being with nil
respect due to his human dignity.
His remuneration, if dimiuinhed in
periods of denrehsiou, should in
crease iu periods of prosperity."
The following UiHtiinoniul
has been received from n pro
minent plantation owner and
ltosoi.cLO, 11. 1., May t.i, 1RU
Pacific MabdwaiiCo. L'n, Honolulu.
Yutt ask tn; opinion ol Lucol as a l'alnt
I hnve experimented with Lucol Oil for
uiiiftiue ami lusmu wur ,11151; utiinmimi ,
painting my vacuum pan, tnnculucr) and 1
centrifugals, with It and tho result has i
been inoH sutisfsctory. It dries harder, ;
makes n better finish, goes farther and Is .
more MtlufnoUiry lu every way than lin
Certain pilnt work which was alwayn
stlckv with HuveU oil. dried hard when
Lunil (111 was ued.
Youry truly, Aon. Daiita.
Dirootion for Uso.
lire Lucol In over' rosptct in the
sutiiu manner ns you would lliipecil
oil, with tho single exception thai you
may udd fully onc-ntutrter nioro Lu
col, to tho samo quantity ot pigment
limn you would of limecd,
In using metallic, Venetian red, the
ochres, and other dry pigments, it is
mlviKiiblu to mix up the paint t least
one day before It is to lie tired, then
.eld 11 thlid mere Lucol. hiiI the paint
will be found to cover well onl have
NEVF.lt UHE JAIWNH.
Where hard sttrfsccs such a llonr.
stcpe, etc., are required use litlmrtie
only, never uno Japans.
LUCOL MIXES WITH V.Mt
XISIIES ntnl iti"lih their wot klnc ami im
proves thuir nppearaiico mrr tiiky
SHOULD UK UK1 HAMK DAY TIIKY AUK
MIXKD, otherwise the gum ot the var
nltli may be precipitated or the mix
Tho addition of from to J of Lr
coi, to varnisheit does tint reduce their
lu-tn nor reurd their hardening aud
dryiii)! and ii prevents iheireraekim:
Hotel Street (Arlington Block)
Just Hecelvcd another tnvolre ot
Japanese Fancy Goods
Plain and Figured 811k and Crape,
MrtDMlMP. r.AWHQ for Ladies nud
lllumuMU uuilltd Gentlemen,
t'lrtln Bilk and RmhroMnred.
Silk and Cotton Kimonos
Bilk Fan Ciihlons,
Kmlirnldered Hlk Ten Center.
Tahlo Covers, Ilcd Covers,
Bilk Bailies, Neckwear.
Beautiful China Ware I
Bfttad Howls, llou-lmn Dhlies,
1'laU-', Ktc. Ktft, Ktc.
811k and Cotton l'aama.
UilK. Klepatit Lump Bliades,
iiainiKju ranei, i.nncu hiiums.
iii'in triB u
t.v iriA wj r71MiBfa
UninlxH) Vntises. JapineH Tray.
Ktc, Klo., Ktc., Kw.
Mrs, J, P. P. Collaco, Proprietress.
Vt- fa - - '
Oahu Railway & bind Co.
OKKKUS THK PUBLtO
Acotfici Great Opportunity
To Bvoar UnmM tn On of th Moat
Delightful Localltla to b
found In th Prdl
ot tho Paelfla.
KIM. I. LINK OH
Silk and Collorj Dress Goods.
Silk, LiucB iimi Crape Shirts
- UK COMI'LlcrK KfOi'K -
Agents (or the Havaiian Islands
Visitors, Picnic Parlies, Loans
Mad)- tiy YnimiliiyHot Ynkuhaiiia.
of Jnitiuce (IiknIh, pvv ui tlrit enl
I Knve koIiik nil around tonn.
300 X"or. Ct nrvCuotem ZXouji
Tni3 SPACE IS
Pioneer Furnituro Co.
lnd Ml Klilif Hlet
VING FAT CHAM
ltK to Inform the public that they
have nM-ned a
Brunch Store at No. 322 Hunano Street,
Where they carry a complete line of
HJCMKOOM HKTB, OHAIKB,
STANDS, Etc.. Ktc, Ktc
PBraltur gapalrtd aod Oeaaral Jobbing
at BusonabU Sataa.
VINO FAT CUAN,
32-2 N'luann Street.
A : NEW :
Tbe Hawaiian Messenger Service
U II. Joiim-nn, . Manager.
aroal 5fl9-TELEPH0NE8-Btl 559
Olllce In Maonlo IhilldlnR.
Wa are prepared to liirnlnli llnlfurmnl
Maaienitari at all houri. l'roinptiirii ami
latUlactlon Riiarauteed. You rlug il up
and will do tht reiU
ay Hourly ratei 4nn. Pnr dlitane
rata aaa WaiMitf'1 alap IU7 if
It la Approved by a Grout Conati
Waiii.v(iton, July 17. Iu view of
the eritiflftina thnt'h.iveheen uttered
iu curtain quartern on tint legality of
tho emirHn pursued ly IVeHident
Cluvoland in uiiiK Federal troops,
notably nt Cliiea;o, not to preserve,
thu penee, but toexeeute thedeerees
of thu Federal judieinry and Iteep iu
operation thu provisioned tho inter
state enminoreu law, the following
letter from one of tho most able ex
ponents of tho C'oiihtitiitiou iu the
land lia a peculiar npplieatiou:
"Ann- Amioit (.Midi.), .Inly 15, IK'.M.
I'nultlfiil Clertlmul llo.vonrii tMii:
Now Hint thu great htrilm iu which
your olliuinl intervention heenme so
necessary has been elenrly tlmvvii to
bo a failure, I beg to he allowed to
uxpresB my unqualified satisfaction
with overy step you havo taken iu
vindication of tuo national authority
aud with tho restoration of law anil
oritur which has lieou followed or is
now in progress. 1 he caution and
deliberation with which you have
proceeded are, 1 think, worthy, like
the accompanying firmueibs, of the
highest praise, and 1 am speoially
gratified that n great aud valuable
lesson iu constitutional construction
has been settled for nil time with re
markably Utile bloodshed. You aud
thu Attorney-General havo also won
Urn gratitude of thu country, not for
this generation only, but fornlltime,
mid may (lod ble.-s you for it is the
sincere, prayer of your obedient ser
vnut. TninMh .M. C'ooi,i;v "
I 0. , Harrison, practical piano
i nnd organ maker and tuner, eau fur
nish best faetory references. Urilers
left at Hawaiian Nous Co, will re
ceive prompt attention. All work
guaranteed to bo tho same a done
At Smith's Bus and Livkhy
Staiilks, Kino Stkkkt,
(Adjoining Metropolitan Meat Market,
Is the Chen pent I'luco iu Town yon can
Kft IliiM.px, Wnuoiicitits, lluuinei nnd
Huddle llnrfoa. It will pay you to call
aud see Iwfuro you try elrewhcre.
,. ! A. F. Medeiros &c Co.
Dhll Tel. 381. Mctcal Ti;l. 0)7.
1". O. Jtox 3.'1.
VM .t 130 KOKT BTUEHT.
Orders from theotlier Ixlnudhi
Building, Trlmailng, Painting, Etc , Etc.,
I'romptly Attumlud to.
W. W. WRIGHT, I'uop.
(Buci'eiiHiir In tj WVnt.1
NOTICE TO PASSENGERS.
lloii'l Bu. uniler Arllnitton tfnNd.
Latest Pattcrr-s in Suitings
llni-eiTi'd by Kvery Kteitmer.
jperfect rrr or no sale.
Agent to Take Acknowledgments
- WILL A'rrKNP TH-
Kauaempa! and Sale ol froperi)
Collecting in Al! lis Branches.
OrneKi No. 41' M-ihni Hl it.
fcgU'JL'tJ-ATj T:X.3S2XIOa.T33 300.
ALL I'KUHONB INTRND1M1 W
take iia-B(i(,.( on Ktt'iliiiers ol the
lnter-Ulund Hli'iiiu Nuvlguliou Co., (rum
Honolulu, are hereby riMiioliil to pur
liliico ilckets at tint Wliurl ()lllci of the
Conipnny before eiiiluirklni;, nnd uny i:is
seiiKtir (ulliiii; todu to shall be siibjei-t to
pay .t iiereeiu in iiih reKUiur lare in until- ,
lion thereto. This rule will b strictly en- i
fori'i'd from and niter the lstilitvul Aukiim
proximo. W. II. liiiliKllKY,
W. II. MlUKAI.Htfl'y. rri-Hieiit,
e TO 9 . 2.
I.i mil Inffta ill, t in Ui riiiK up
1D2 - ultima! Tolniibono 15a
N. I i3TTK.O3SS
i- iilll prepuroil to r pair (liinleu Hone,
xpitnkleni, ' atnr Tail, KiluiK Huwm ami
nli:irKiiliiK nil klni.t I'kjIs, Incliidlin: Cnrv
IIU IviiIvk Mint Sim mii. Lhwii Mowerx H
LliitU (( Jiiiii,nip
ituii; iiiii'H. hi luct all
v urn I'Hlli'il 'or Hiet re
Wnnnliiln Inlr 17 IX''
Fine House and Lot
rPIIK UNDF.IISlUNKtl OKKIIItH KOII
1 v.ile Unit Kiiih Hiinimti'iiil on tin
iiinukn bide of Hurt Inula flreet, Km ft-nt
eiitd el I't'iinnen'ii utreil. Thu Lot bus n
(runt nl limdvl mid n depth ol ICf feet. A
IIoihI DvmIIIiih lloiti In nnd ritpuir; etui
liilim I'nrliir. lllliliiL'.riHiiii Klliiiu.n. Pun.
try, Ili'driMiui, Until nul Vuler Cloit nud
tin ollloo m the Inuer lUxir with Kourllo d
lli'ilriitiiiiH on f ciiHtl Hour Tliern U it miiIi- I
Mniitltil llarn, niiiminiiiH Two Klall riwiui
for two rurrlHfitn. Wtfid hhett uild Her
vtiiitu1 Hihiiii, a HervnnU' W U, and 'two
UiHxt (Vhh-ikmiIm, Kurlher parlicnlnrt of i
W. IU CiU, or ut '
Itoo U H V. UlMUUUh, '
Curlier KluitiV Nuunliu Bta.
Knw. Wm.TKii, iii: Mminer.
Finest ot Viucs & Liquors
Eillliard & Reading Room
fHKK TO I'ATI.ONH.
METTT L'AL SJZZjtSTKLTOZTSi 373
I'UACTIUAL . (JUN-MAKICU I
I Im'i' to inforiii HpnrlliiK .Men and the
liMu-i ill I'ulillo Unit I urn picpiirii In lie
eiilr ttiil Iteiiovnle every ileriirletiiiii of
elreiruni (linit, tUllei utul iteviilvum
nklllfilily Ite.hlnukeil. llue(Hllil llniwil
INK ibiue In any Mmde. 'rt-ebtnN work.
in it mhi 1 1 KUHrmiU'itl, 'uiitiiinir prniuptly
UNION HTItKKT. IIONIll.lt I, l.
Am a healthy reort IVarl City baa
already established an enrlabla rtpuUtlon.
Many good eltttena In thla community
haTeozerlenceil the wonderful effect pro
duced by fow daya aojourn In that dry,
rool atmosphere, and gWe Kratefal toatl
inony to tho relief they have almost in
ilantly gained from terere and long con
tinued nttacka ol antbina. I'hyitelam
aeualnted with the climate ufPearl City
reeommend It aa natural aaulUrinnL
THE WATER SUPPLY
And can be tiicreimed to meet th need of
a topttlatlon equal to the !argnt city tn
I'aur. A.ll. Ltoai ol Oaho ColleK It
our antborlty for autlng that the water
aupply li the purett yet dlcoTerrd In thi
Special luducfiiip.aii iu t'arlj StttUrs;
Kot ninety ilnyr from daine dll M'U
LOTH ON Ctl'KClAL 'IEH.MK favoiablnuv
Imint-lltle (ItlerN. Kor a term ut thre
iiioutliM frtiin iUt, lumber nd ull buli'.
(ii)! nuiterlalx will b iiippllrd. and detU'e
ed al I'e.trl City at nitioh liiner prli lbu
erer lietoro obtulueil.
Knr further partlenlani, call at thin offlc
or on any of the lumber dealeri in tble
city. Thove who now own lota as wall a
thoxewho pruioM to become reililenla of
that growing city, will do welt to embrace
thla opportunity. Thoeo who arall them-
telrea of this offer, within the time named,
will be entitled to, abd will recelre the
Knr trm of ten yean, thla Company
will carry audi reildenta and tbelr fauillle
from I'ear) City to Honolulu In the morn
ing arriving little before aeren o'clock,
and from Honolulu to l'earl City In the
evening lleavlng Honolulu atatlou a little
after five o'clock, for ten centu each way,
a rate less than one cent per nitle. The
rate!) on all other passenger trains rnnnlng
durlug the day or ulght will be IK cents
per mile first class, and 1 cent por mile
A good school Is about to be opened In
the Peninsula, lu the fine, Urge, new
sebno). bonne erected by Mr. J. T. Water.
iioiine. Kenllent living at Pearl City
heights, la,bove l'enrl City station) and
tho linvlug homes on the Peninsula, will
be allowed to ride free on regular trains
between Pearl City stations to and (rum
Those who want to continue to send tbelr
children to schools In Honolulu, can bav
transportation on all regulur trains to and
from Penrl City, for the purose of attend
ing school, at live cents each way for each
pupil. This Is eiiial to 24 to ttl miles ride
(or ten cunts.
K'lital liidueenients for those deslriug to
secure homes iu this country have never
before been utlured to tho public
This Company has been requested from
abroad to name the price of all their un
sold laud iu that locality.
Should a clearance sale be tuade to
syndicate, no opportunity like the present
would again occur for the purchase of
hollies at Pearl City.
"A Word to the Wise is
OAHU RAILWAY & LAND CO,
II. K. HILLING It AM,