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National Cane Shredder
H K&tR!TBl IfNUKU TUB IjAWH OP TMK HAWAIIAN 1HI.ANI
pHB UNDERSIGNED HAVE BEEN APPOINTED SOLE AGENTS KOK
thee Siihkddkrs and are now prepared to rccelvo orders.
The great advantages to bo derived from the use of the National Oahi
hhkiddm are thoroughly established and acknowledged by Planters
The large number of Planters using thorn in the United States, Cuba,
Argentine Republic, Peru, Australia and elsewhere, bear witness to the
The use of the Sbbbdiikr very largely augment the quantity of cane
tbe mill can grind (25 to 50), also the extraction of juice (5 to 12).
tt great safeguard, making known at once the presence of any
pieoea of iron, stakes from cars, or anything which would bo liable to damage
the mill, and allowing ample time to remove same beforn damaging the mill.
The 8hrkddb is very strongly made, and from tho mannor of its opera
tion it cuts or tears theso pioccs of wooJ or iron without often breaking the
tSHftgcDu; and if anything breaks, it ii simply some of the knives or cutters,
which can be quickly and economic ally replaced. Tho Siirrddxr, as its
name indicates, tears tho cane into shrods of varying lengths, perfectly open
ing it and allowing the mill to thoroughly press out the juices without re
quiring the immense extra power necessary to grind or crush the whole
cane, The Hureddkk spreads thu shredded cano uniformly and evenly to
the mill rolls, and doe away with the uecesniiy of spreading the bagasse by
hand between tho mills, where regriuditig is iu use. No greater amount of
boiler capacity is required to operate the Shrkudku thau that which wa
sufficient for tho mill, for the above it-rhou. We furnish full working
drawings for the installation of our 8hiikiikum. enaMiug any competent en
gineer to successfully install and stall tin in.
In ordering Suhkodkub from u, pit-Hen rood khiaII kctvli, xhowiny thr
diameter and width ol the mill rolls with which Hiiwtiutiui is Uilxtconuectcd,
also the side (either right or left hand on faco tto delivery side of the
mill;, upon which tho mill engine is located, also tho height from Uoor line
to oenter of front mill roll shaft, and dUlanco center this shaft to front end
of bod plate. These Hubeddkrr are now being used by the Hilo Sugar On
and Uawl Mill, Kohala, where they are giving great satisfaction.
gjV Prices and further particular may be had by applying to
IMPORTER AND DEALER IN
GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, FLOOR and FEED.
Prtsb California Roll Batter tni Ulaod Butter
mr ALWAYS ON HAND MB
lew Goods Beaked by Etery Steamer (rom San ftuctica
W AJI Orders faithfully attaint to. rtatlsfactlnn guaranteed Island drum
ullcTtad and packed with car.
Lraoour Block, Kino Strkkt, Krr. Port ami Alaika Bratm.
BOTH TKMCPHONEA 340
LEWIS & CO.,
Ill EOKT STREET.
Importers, Wholesale A Retail Grocers
Provision Dealers & Naval Supplies
Freeh Goodi by Erery CtllforaU Steamer.
1CK - HOUSE - GOODS - A - SPECIALTY.
laLANM Ordbui Solicited, pj fJkT Satisfaction Ocakantcko.
II. E. McJLNTYKE & BKO.,
IMK)Ta ANH OCALCM IS
Groceries, - Provisions - and - Feed.
Ifsw Oood Received by Erery Packet from tbs Eastern Btateaand Europe.
PBR8H CALIFORNIA PRODUCE BV . EVERY . 8TKAMEK
ail Orders faithfully attended
lauaiD Oannaa Sounmto
KAHT IMIKNRK COOT
w. w. ahana.
Merchant Tailor, j
383 2T'u.xa-a.u SttMt
EigUsu, Scoicti and American Goods.
tityle and KU Guaranteed.
Cleaning & Repairing
IbuiI Tele. 668. P. 0. Box Ht
A : NBW:DBPARTURE
Tbe BiiiUid Messenger Service
U M. Johsos, . Manager.
tat) 5M-TELEPH0IXS- Ball SS8
Office Id Masonlo Building..
W art prepared to (urnlah Unllorroed
Meeeeager at all hours. Promptness anil
Mtlacaouon guaranteed. Yno ring us up
aad we will do tbe rest.
Mr Hourly rates to Pm dlstanc
tQ m WManp' Mr '074
J JO YEN KEE & CO.,
O Ntinanu Hlnwi.
TiMMftki, Plmbiig, Etc.
UttmiKBKV mat QaHMWAHl)
IRWIN & CO., L'd.,
Salt AgntU for tKt Havnitan ItlnmU
HO BOX I7S
P (. BOX -or,
P. O. BOX US
to and Goods Delivered u aui
NI KINO HTKKKTR.
Qorr Batal Ruui
Family Wines and Brandies
S3 Years Old
HS. NT. REQTJ-A.,
IU MANAOEH. 16m
Rigger It Stevedore,
KHTIMATE8 AND 00NTHACT8 ON
AII KINDS OK WOUK.
The Stmr WAIMAU ALO"
Will run rKulrly between ibis prtaud
Walslua, Kawalbapal. Mukulsls, Krswe
nul and Pmilkl on the Island ol Oabu.
Kor KrslKbt, Uj., apply to the Captain.
Imialre at office of J. B. Walker
oyer tiprecke!' Dank, Fort street. f7-tf
OEVLON TEA AVD JEWELRY.
IUKO TO INPOKM THE PUBLIC
that 1 bare opened my Htore at No. Vi
Nuuanu street with Ceylon Manufactured
Jewelry set with Itnbles, Bapphlres, Pearls,
etc Just received some Pure OsTlonTea-
try It. Also, Indian Habana and Danaon
An Impaction of ssy stock Is tall.
W. J. lAUEIi,
in. m Hnaaao ett
AUGUST 11, 1894,
OewMielag at 2:30 P. H. Sharp.
a rtOHis 1
The Band will be io Attendance
. 50 Cents.
aUsT Entries close on Angnst 0th. at 'l
o'clock noon, at the Office of II. R. Wal
ker, Merchant street lOOT-llt
Id tbe Coming Races !
THEY ARE FLYERS !
DKXTKll AND WAl.KBH
WILL DK TI1KKK .
H. E. WALKER,
Atnt Honolulu, H. JL
Coamlii Block, Hercbtot St.
Coroer Hddioo k Hotel Streets
New Goods! New Goods!
KKORfVRD IIY RVRRY HTKAMKIL
Silk Dress Goods,
JAPANESE SILK CKA!E,
Plain and Brocaded:
JAPANE8K COTTON UltAPK.
Silk Shirts and Night Shirts,
Hllk mouses, Bilk Necktie.
Haiidkernhlefi, Hhswl, Haxlito,
Honlttry and i!I)hiiiUi,
0:11 in.u.... 17: i
L' lllll I III lllll II IIIIIIIIIIV I
Japan Trayt, llsmboo BcmenN,
Tea SU, Klnsrer PoU, Rtc, Ku.
Prices Cheaper than Ever !
VING FAT CHAN
BK to luform the publlo tlisl they
hare opened a
Branch Store at No. 322 Nnaaoa Street,
Where they carry a oumpleUt Hum ol
HKDKUOM 8KT8, OHA1HB,
BTANDH, Rto Rtc., KU:
Paralrare Rspalraa sad Qeasral Jobblao
t Bauoaaklt Bataa.
VING PAT OH AN,
107tt-.nm xu Nil nauuHtryet
A. F. Medeiros & Co.
Merchant 'it Tailors.
Hotel UU, under ArlluxUin llnul
LatMl Patterns in Saltings
lleoelred by Krerjr Steamer.
MUrEUT FIT 01 NO IALB.
XHE MIOWERA AQBOUND.
The f teamer Seriously Damaged on
the Norwegian Coast.
Chbistiania, Julr 31. Tho British
tourist steamer Miowera is aground
near Aslinnxold on tho Norwegian
coaBt. The passougera were landed
on an uninhabited island. Tho
Miowora sailed from Shields July 9th
for O.lde, Norway. Sho wa recent
ly built at Vancouver for thoSvduey
st'rvico. The steamer is seriously
The vessel was built on tho Tyne
in 1802. Sho was put on tho now
mail route botweon Canada and Aus
tralia last year, and went ashore at
tho entrance of Honolulu harbor on
October 2, 1893, but was hauled off
with damaged bottom plates on
Novomber 12. After ruceiriug tempo
rary repairs hero the Miowora weiit
to San Francisco with tho intention
of having her repaired there. Sho
was not repaired thoro, neither at
Equimalt, where she was sent later,
but after a great doal of telegraph
ing wont to the Tyneside. There
she was thoroughly repaired, also
renovated to improve her fitness for
the l'aci Go trade. On hor trial trip
sho made 17.35 knots. Sho was sent
on an excursion trip to Norway, but
the aboe brief despatch shows she
has had bad luck again.
Snake Poison and Human Poison.
Tho bito of tho rattlesnake is al
most always fatal to mau. Yet this
suako is never affected by the injec
tion of its own poison into its own
blood, neither when enraged it biles
itself uor when its venom is iujected
by artificial means to test the ques
tion. Upoakiug on the latter point
Dr. S. Weir Mitchell, an export on
suako poison, says: "1 have over and
over tried this experiment, hut in no
case have 1 seen death result. Why
should this bet"
Dr. Mitchell further says: "Tho
many noxious compounds man car
ries in his liver and gastric glands
(tho stomach) are fatal if they outer
the blood in any largo amount.
Thoro is scarcely an organ iu man's
uouy which is not a possible source
of poison to him. Small doses aro
constantly passing into aud out of
his blood. The question is whether
ho can get rid of it as fast as it ac
cumulates." Alluding to death by rheumatism,
gout, aud kidney disease, an eminent
Loudon physician says: "Thus mau
is poisoned by the products of his
Now let us cito a passage from a
man's experience as related by him
sulf. The time extends over a period
from March, 1888, to May, 188U,moro
thau a year. Ho says: "My head
used to whirl arouud, aud 1 had fre
quent bouts of faint noss aud giddi
ness; aud n ci thn't I unrd lo (if
down, no mathr whrrf 1 wai. Thl
ironif occur two or thrte times a day.
For three weeks I was cotiliued lo
my bed. I grew gradually weaker
aud weaker aud lost a deal of sleep.
1 felt norso tired iu tho morning
than whon 1 went to bed. After a
while 1 becatno nervous, and my legs
trembled and shook under mo to
such a degree that 1 feared to walk
out. I had great pain in my kid
neys, and the secretion which I void
ed from them was thick and yellow
ns tho yolk of au egg. Month after
mouth paused and 1 failed more and
more, aud could hardly crawl about.
"I had a doctor attending me, but
his medicines did uol benefit me.
He said my liver and kidneys were
in a bad way, aud that ho never saw
seeretiouH passed iu such a state.
After treating me six mouths, ho
told mo that medicine could do no
mure for ma and advised me to go
to a hospital. 1 went to the Peter
borough Hospital, but got worse
while there. The hospital doctors
refused to tell tue what ailed me.
Having spent two mouths there, 1
got anxious aud returned to my
home, utterly disheartened. 1 eou
tiuued to send to tho hospital for
medicines, which I took for three
mouths longer. 1 was now so ema
ciated that my friends who uauie to
see me said I would never got woll,
"In this coudition Icontiuuod un
til May, 1881), when ono day au um
brella vendor called at my house,
aud, seeing how ill 1 was, said his
wife had boon cured of a serious ill
ness by Mother Soigol's Curativo
Syrup. Ho spoke so earnestly of it
that 1 determined to try it. After
taking the Syrup for teu days 1 felt
iu belter spirits; my food agreed
with me, aud from that time I gain
ed strength daily. Persevering with
it, I was soou able to return to my
work as healthy aud stronir as ever.
Siucu thou 1 have been in tho best
of health. You aro at liberty to
publish tho above facts, aud I will
gladly reply to auy inquiries. Yours
truly (Signed), Rkad VWahi:. Ham
soy, St. Mary's, HuutB. February
No brief comment can do justice
to this remarkablo case, What tho
public needs to know and to remom
ber is this: Mr. Welfare's whole sys
loin was poisoned by the products
of a torpid aud iuautlvo uigestiou.
These had entered his blood, as Dr.
Mitchell describes. Tho nervous
system was disordered and half
paralysed; heucu thu faiutuoss aud
falling fits. Itattlesiiako poison
kills by paralysing tho nerves which
aetuato the lungs; it kills by suffo
cation. Human poison, arising from
indigestion aud dyspepsia, always
operates in the same direction, caus
iug asthma in its worst forms. It
then attacks tho heart aud kidneys,
causing tho stato of thiugs Mr.
Welfare mentions. Nothing more
noxious, or, in tho end, surely fatal
existii iu any poisonous ruptilo. Aud
yet people trifle with tho disease! and
doctors seem not to undurstaud it.
Mothor Soigel's Curative Syrup
cures by stimulating tho kidneys,
skin, and bowels, aud toning thu
Who, thou, is mail's most deadly
oiiemyt Careless and ignorant man
himself. Uso the remedy when the
earliest symptoms appear,
Mechanics' Home, corner Hotel
and Nuuanu street. Lodging by
day, week or mouth. Terms: 2u anil
DO cents per nighti f I aud S1.2Ti per
Visitors, Picnic Parties, Loans
At Smith's Bus and Liveky
Stables, King Stkkkt,
Adjoining Metropolitan Meat Market,
Is the Cheapeat Place in Town yon can
it Humcs, WsRonettes, Duties ami
ndclle Hurtes. It will pay yon to call
and reo before you try cltewhere.
SSf 3xtvial Teloptiono 4.00 -a
Bkll Tel. 881. Mutual Tel. 007.
P. O. nox 321.
128 A 130 FOKT STKKKT.
Bltcksmithing ,N tfMiK
Onlers (rom the other IitnnJs in
Ballalaa, Trimming, Printing, F.lo , rtc,
Promptly Altcnloil to.
W W. WRIGHT. Pump.
Himvnr in (i WLI
FOR 3A.L.3D I
Delivered Twice Daily
TO ANY I'AHT OK TJIK CITY.
Mutual 507-TELEPHONE3- Bell 4G0
1103-lm V. ISr.NIir.ltO, l'fop.
WILL UKBUME lMlAITKIK
Berotanla St. noar Emma,
NOTICE TO PASSENGERS.
LI. I'BIIBOSb INTRNDINII TO
1. take pn-MK' "" KtcuiuitM ol the
lutr-Iitlnnd Bt'um Navigation Co., from
Honolulu, are hereby rcuuiiii-l lo pur
clime llikatu at tlio AVhnrf Olllie ol ilie
Coiuimny Iwforc iMiiluirkliii'. mid hii ki
sender (alllnc to do no flinll lie tuhjutt to
m J.i K.-u nt of Urn rrKill.tr fur. In mldl
tlou thereto. Dili, nili ill be xirleiiy en
furfd from and alter the Ulilcn'ul iuul
pnixltn.i W ll. IHtlMl.hY,
W H M I.kan. tVoy lrf4.(eiiL
Hntiol ill. lull 1 Nil liWi 1
Fine House and Lot
rTHlK UNDKItBlONKI) Ol'KKKH FUlt
X eale that Kin Hmnetitead on the
manka Me of Ueretantn treut, lui feet
eaut of I'eimacola strtet. The IM has a
front of ion feet nnd a deplli of IU fevt. A
Oood DwellliiK lloime In K''1 reimlr; con
Ulus t'arlor, Uliilui'-riMim Kllclivn, t'nii
try, liedroom, Hath and Water Clonnt and
au otlice on the lower Uoor with Kourdoml
liedroomit on ocon.l Uoor There l a ul
stantlal Unrn. coutalnliiK Two BtalU, room
for two carriages, Wood Bhed and Ber
VAiits' Room, a Berrants' W O. and Two
Oood CeM-iool. Further particular of
W. K. Ca.tU. nr ol
na if - m miiuiivmc.
Partner Wanted in Oil Vonoorinp.
Work to order. Would like to get n
Partner Iu the bmlnesn, to furnlbh urn
cliluery and, if dnclrablu, leurn the bind
nei. llave water power. Hauip uh of the
work can he xttmi at the Hdi.i.ktin OIIIch.
IH Im WILLIAM MAN.KN
AYODNO GKNTLKMAN KF.OBNTLY
arrived In town. Uealre a (.ituutloii
In an oUlce or eluewheru, Kiperleni'isl
llook-keeiier and well acquainted wllli
1101-lw Care of lli'l.i.t.Ti.N OllU-e.
fpHUKK N1UKLY FUlt
1 ulshed lttMinih at No,
4 Oarden Lane. WU tf
THHKK NIORi.Y Fllll
X nibbed Itoouid at
klki on the beaeh. Ti
Tury reueouahle. Apply
leiupleof hitKlilmi, hort street.
Koom for slnt;luKen
tleman situated on ilvre-
tania street, IS minutes'
walk from Post Olllcu. Address l)"
this ollice. IUV-' tf
AT WAIKIKI ONTHIV
quarters for one or two Hln.
ule Unutlemen: board ot
iluiial; bathlliK facilities i;oott
im tf HDI.I.KTIN i IFF II K
cniifnifT. in it
and fteut i' Furn sbed
l'oilaKe,niiiioiiitM Hotel ami
Central Union Churiili 7.1
lloretunlil street Hiuh (.Vllinif. I urni tin
sets, Hpleudld I.unul, and every cuuvvul.
enco, ICiiiiuIre on urmiiUn nr Miiliul
Telephone (AM. Iiwi-lw
A j "r.
wu . mrj?'
Hotel Street (Arlington Block)
Jnat Received another Invoice of
Japanese Fancy Goods
- AND -
I'lnln ami Floured 811k and Crape.
MORNING GOWNS 5i&?
I'loln Bilk and Kmbroldered.
Silk and Cotton Kimonos
BIIK Knn, Oinhlotn,
Knihrotilcrrd Bilk Tea Coale
Tnlilo I'oveM. 1!m1 Covers,
811k Sashes, Neckwear.
Beautiful China Ware!
Snlml Howl, non-hun Dlhes,
Plates, Ktc. Ktc, Ktfl.
811k and Cotton 1'alamt.
KrtK, Klegant Lamp 8hades,
IlanilKMt (Vuipi, I.tineh Itaakets,
llamhoo Valine. Jsiianeiie Tmr
Kio., Ktc., Ktc., Kus.
Mrs. J. P. P. Gollaco. Proprietress.
,. z. to: i an. A
Ktll.l. LINK (IK
Japanese1.' Goods I
Sllfc and Cottoa Dress Goods,
Kin. Kfci Ktn. Kin.
Silk, liucn and I'rape Shirts
-OF COM I'LKTK STOCK -
Mmle by Yamat'iya of Yokohama
n When ion are In need of any line
of Japaiienv (loods, Rive us Ural nail and
v truing all around lowu.
300 S"ort Ct nttrCiutam Koum
"StoclT Chief," 13,444.
Ilulgkt, 10.2 Weight, 1,300.
Specially teleoted fur this Country.
PAItTIKSUUNTKMl'LA'l INQ UNQAQ
lug tho corvli'i-'i ol ii Hliililon mould not
lull to fMimliio ihU beautiful animal. For
indlvldiiiillt hu hiM no peor Iu these Isl
ands, lilt nice, eolor, eouloniiiitlon, dis
position, llnu broedliiK and MlHrb trotting
Hiialitleit pliieo him In tho fort-moat ranks.
I'avublo at time of bervlee. He-
turn prlvlluces grunted, lnfnriiiuilon fur
nished, upiily to
A It. IIOWAT. 1). V. B.,
Veterinary lullrmnry.'JiKinuet .Hono
TUIS SPACE IS RE
Pioneer Furniture Co.
rOI and fill KlOKHlruit
e to a -A., m:.
Do uot toilet iIih time to rlliK up
152 -Mutnal Tulopbone 152.
N. I. BUROBSa
it mill prepared to iipnir Garden Hose.
(Sprinklers, W Ktei Tups FIIIuk Buwa and
Bliiiriivului; nil kinds iooIh, inuludluir OarT
liitf Knives and bcibsom. Ijiwii Mowers a
spwiultv. Also Heitlnu' (Jlnis, In fact all
Mudi- of fiibliiiiv Work railed for and re-
ttlMIPil UV ll
Corner Ktnn ,V Nuunnu Kti.
Kn. VNoi.TKb, i t i i Manaiiet,
Finest ol Wines & Liquors
Billiard &c Reading Room
riiiti to i-Atuuhs.
DMiesaud (lluiswhro Wantidl
Clunk, Witttiiies and Jewilry Wautmll
UldOolduud bllver Wuntdl
tV UlgUttHl Priori Paid I JH
IU Klnn Hlruot, Oorner ol AUkeo.
Oahu Railway & Laod Co.
0KrKK8 TUB fUBLIO
Aaottrflr Great Opportoulty
To serttr Hiiae la Oa of Ika Moat
OJghtful Locality to b
round iu the Farauila
of tho Fmlfle.
Aa a healthy reeon-fearl Oil tuw
already established an entlable rtpaUtloa.
Many good oltltena In this community
hare experienced the wonderfol effeot pro
duced by few days sojourn In that dry,
oool atmosphere, and glre graUfol Uell
monytothe relief they haye almost In
stantly gained from serere and lone oon
tlnued attacks of asthma. Pbyalolaua
acquainted with the climate of Peart City
reeoinmend It aaa natural sanitarium.
THE WATER SUPPLY
IS AMPLE I
And can be ineraued lo aiaet the need of
a population equal to the larieat ally In
Poor. A. 0. Lroas of Oahu Collage le
uor authority for stating that the water
supply Is the puree yet dieeorered In tola
Special iDUuceraenta to lulj SitUin:
Km iiliixiy ilnyii fnun Im will wl'
l.oTh ON Sl'KOIAL TRltMH faroreWe vi
lMiuande nettlerit. For a term of Ihreu
mnnthh from dale, lumber and all build
ing materials will he 'Uppllwi, and Irllyer
ed at I'earlUlty at lunch lower prut thru
Tr before obtained.
For further particulars, call at this offloe
or on any of the lumber dealer in this
rlty. Those who now own Iota at well aa
those who propose to become resident ol
that growing city, will do wU to embrace
this opportunity. Those who ayall them
aires of this offer, within the time named,
will be entitled to, ahd will reoelre the
following benepta t
For a term of ten years, this Company
will carry aaoh residents and tbelr families
from Pearl City to Honolulu In the morn
ing arriving a little before MTen o'clock,
and from Honolulu to Pearl City In the
evening leering Honolulu station a little
after fire o'clockl, for ten oenta each way,
a rate lesa than on cent per mile. The
rates on all other passenger trains running
during the day or night will be IX cent
per mile first chtas, aud 1 eent per mile
A good school is about to he opeued In
the Penlnrula, In the flue, large, new
school-house erected by Mr. J, T. Water
house. Residents llring at Pear) City
heights, labore Pearl City station) and
those having homes on the Peninsula, will
be allowed to ride free on regular trains
between Pearl City stations to and from
Those who waut to continue to send their
children to schools In Honolulu, can hare
transportation on all regular train to and
from Pearl City, for tbe purpose of attend
ing school, at fire oeuts each way for each
pupil. This Is equal to 34 to l mile ride
for ten cent.
Equal Inducement for those desiring to
secure homes in thl country hare nave
before been ottered to the public.
This Company ha been requested trow
abroad to name the price of all their un
sold land in that locality.
Should a clearance al be mad to a
syndicate, no opportunity Ilk the present
would again occur for the purolia ol
home at Pearl City.
"A Wirt to tki Win, it
OAHU RAILWAY LAND GO
It. K. DILLINGHAM,