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National Cane Shredder! 1
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TO GET BID OF THE LEPERS
Finn of Sending
LIIC0L-- I NIPPON" HOMES
AJwVVaVJ nl.l Cl,l Irllnrflin Mass!
'PHK UNDERSIGNED HAVE BEEN APPOINTED HOLE AGENTS FOtt I
those Hhrkddkkb ami are now piiparod to receive ordors. I
The great advantage to he derived Irom the uso of thu National Oark '
Hbbiduib are thoroughly rmtablbiuod aud acknowledged by Planter
The large numher ot Planters using them iu the United States, Cuba, I
Argentine Uenublio, Peru, Australia aud elsewhere, hear witness to the ,
above claim. '
The use of the Sukbuuru very largoly augments the quantity ot caun
the mill ran grind (25 to V)), also the extraction of juico (6 U 12).
It is a great safeguard, making known at once the presence ol any I
plwwa of iron, stakes from cars, or anything which would be liable to damage
the mill, aud allowing ample time to rtmovo ame before damaging the mill. '
The Shrkudkr l very strongly ma In, aud from the manner of its opora
lion it cuts or tears these pieces ot wood or iron without often breaking the i
SHaimiui; aud if anything btcaks, it U simply roroe of the knives or cutters. '
which cau be quickly aud economic illy replaced. The Siikkddkb, as its
name iudicatea, tears the cane into nhti-ds of varying lengths, perfectly open-!
Ing It and allowing the mill to thoroughly press out the juices without re-.
quiring the immense extra power noresrary to grind or crush tho whole
cane. Tbo Siiukdukk spreads the shredded caue uniformly aud evenly to I
tho mill rolls, and does awAy with the necessity of spreading the bagaeso by '
hand between tbo mills, where rogriudiug is in use. No greater amount of
boiler capacity is required to operaU tho Srhkudkb than that which was
sufficient for thu null, for the above reasons. Wo furnish full working
drawings for the installation of our Siiukdukbh, enabling any competent en
gineer to successfully install aud start them.
In ordering Suhedukkk from us, please send small sketch, showing the
diameter and width of the mill rolls with which Hiikeuvkb is to bo connected,
also the sido (cither right or left hand m you face tho delivery side of the
mill;, upon which the mill engine is lot ated, also the height from flour line
to center of front mill roll shaft, and dinlaiico renter this shaft to front end
of bed plate. Those Siirkddkus aru now being usod by the Hilo Sugar do
aud Uawi Mil), Kotiata, whero they are giving great satisfaction.
0T Prior and tuither particular may be had by applying t
IRWIN 6c CO., Ld.,
U Jtmfr (m tKt llnvalinn Ittnndt
Golden Rule Bazaar.
W. P. Reynold, : Prop.
- u mix tn
IMI'ORTEIl AND DRALHR IN
GROCERIES, PROVISIONS,J;LOOR and PEED.
Prttb Cilllornii Roll Butter and Island Batter
OT ALWAYS ON HAND Jg
lev Good BecolTed "by Every Steamer troro Sao Fraocisa
IV All unler fsltlitJll) tlnii Uj. HaiUfaitlon tuAfnml (ni..i i..ii
kbctut and packed with csrn.
Ltwooui Dlock. Kisu Mthcct, Hal
Font si AlxKR Siaarrs
BUI H TJCMCr'tinNKH !MU
H i tui
Iinporta Wholesale A Retail
Pro? ision Dealers & Naval Supplies
Proth Ooodi by Etbtj CaiUoraU Bteaaw.
ICK - HOUSE GOODS - A - SPECIALTY.
ULAROfl 0DM SOLICITW, JM 0 SATIBFiOTIOJI OCAaAKTMU.
Mayor Ellett li.v lieon trvinfrto
find a way to dispose of tuo Snn
Francisco colony of lepers that ex
ists out horond the Mission, and tho
most satisfactory way that has re
curred to him is to ship tb entire
colony to Molokai, the loper Mand
Lepers from all over tho raciuc
Coast aro under treatment and
awaiting death at tho San Francisco
hospital, and the Mayor thinks it
would bo an excellent policy to in
turn unload thoin on tho Pacific
islands, tvhuro thov could live in
greater freedom ami possibly receive
hotter, treatment than thej get at
tho local hospital, which ovorybody
But Hawaii may pas an exclusion
act against American lepers on tho
urouud that it has onouch of its
own. Lawyer Thomas It. Bishop of
the firm of Qarbor, Boalt & Bishop
was iu Honolulu eomo time ago, and
thero ho heeame acquainted with F.
M. Hatch, a lawyer high in the
councils of the Hawaiian Govern
ment. At tho Mayor's request ho
wrotn to Mr. Hatch about tho re
moval of the lepers to Molokai, and
tho answer that he received is as
Hon'olulu, Juno 22, 1801.
Dear Mr. ttithop; Yours of tho 5th
instant iu regard to the lepers at
(he Iteceiviug Hospital was duly re
ceived. IMcaso say to Mayor Ellort that
tho Government will givo careful
consideration to any proposition
which ho might chooso to make to
them upon this subject, but at tho
moment of writing 1 am at a loss to
understand how tho Executive could
act iu a matter of this nature with
out logislativo action.
Tho system of segregation has
been faithfully carried out iu recent
years aud gives hope of ultimate
eradication of tho disease. Wo havo
obtained appropriations for tho sup
port of lepers amounting to some
thing over 5100.000 a vear. which.
considering thu sizo of tho com
munity, is a pretty revere tax, uut It
has been met without a murmur
from any quarter.
I am inclined to think that objec
tions of a sentimental nature would
be made to a proposition for taking
care of lepers from any other coun
try. Tho idea certainly would not
bo a very pleasant ouo that those
islands wore Iwing turned into an in
ternational lazaretto. 1 hope, how
ever, what T havo said will not (lis
couragn Mr. Ellort from making a
trip down here, becauso wo would
certainly Ihj glnd to see him, what
ever might be the result in regard to
tills matter. Very truly yours,
F. M. Hatch
Mayor Ellort is determined to find
something more definite- about the
feasibility of his plan, however, aud
if tlm pinject is not too strongly op
iH"cd at Honolulu ho will try to
hao it eat lied into effect. 6'uti
Save Half tho Amount of Tour Oil
Bill Through Saving in Figment.
Every painter should uo Lucol in
stead of Linseed Oil, l)ic!tuie:
Hotel Street (Arlington Block)
i Just Itecotveit another Invoice ol
'Japanese Fancy Goods
- AND -
I'laln ntul KlKttrrd Silk snd Crape.
i MORNING GOWHS "SJsSr
I'lstn Bilk and Kmlirolitcretl
I,c ol is more
titrable tlmn I.!nrcd
Silk and Cotton Kimonos i
'2. I.ncot. Is uioro economical
PROOF THAT LUCOL IS MOKE
Six years of actual ue In exterior
house piiiitling in Uuliforiii.i (iho
most trying climate for paints), in
the hurnint; licit of tho Arizona Des
ert, the Arctic cold of Alaska, and on
the Atlantic coast, have fully aud
811k Ksns, Oaslilons,
Kinbrulilcreit bilk Tea Ooslf
Talilc Covers, lted Covers,
ailk PahIics, Neckwear.
Beautiful China Ware!
Palnd Howls, llon-bon DIMim.
I'lstes. Ktc. Ktc, Ktc.
Bilk olid Cotton I'al.ltnas.
nraelic.dlv shown thai l.fcoi. always ' . n r TTTinTS OfTAirTaTra T
outwears Llnsccd Oil under the same OjXxJXxiXA'Ja OUXUJiUUO I
conditions. All Iho acid works in
San Francisco have dlscaidcd I.lu- ffin&)l'lS'&..
seed Oil for liUCtib. ' ltituitHKt VallBCi. Japnuese Trays.
.- L-i L'l., I,..
ILLUdTIllTK nilS YOW1WEI.F. m "
Put trontriimmonUnii Llnsccd and ! MrS. J. P. P. COlluCQ, PrODrietWSS.
I.ucol imiiits. The l.uisccd piiuts
are destroyed in it few minutes; the
I.ucol puiuu arc pr.iciically uuallccl
ed. I'ltOOF THAT I.UCOL IS MOItC
Break up 1! lbs. pato white Imd
in ouo pint of Lvcoi., and tho saui';
(iiiiintllv in one Hint of l.iuccd Oil.
Spread the paints on Mmil.ir dark (
surfaces for compirison. The Lucol XUViAlnnnl
paint spreads as far a nud covers; V nOlfiSflilj
IIIllVll HUH VI 1 1 !! II l Illiri ii r -
To get equally g(M)d covering with the
Llnsccd iialnt you have to uc 2J lln.
of white load to one pint of Linseed
Oil. This means a siivlnj; of J lb. of
paste lead to each pint of Lrcoi. used,
or 0 lb, to every gallon, equivalent.
to your salug m re than half the .
flrst cost ol lue I.ITOU
Kl'U. LINK or
V. O WX lift
II. K. McLNTYUK & KKO..
iMKiimM sMo oaaiKk ia
Groceries, Provisions - and - Feed.
Naw (loud i Bnoatvxd by Krery Packet from the Ksiiara 8UU and Bunipa
KKEHH CALIFORNIA - PRODUCE - BY - EVERY 8TEAJJEK
THEY ARE FLYERS t
IIKXTKIl AND WAI.KKIl
Wlt.h UK THEKK .
H. E WALKER.
env. Hniiulnlu 11 1
CouimlDi Block, Merctttot Si.
Kan or the 'Mty KltlCK
Usllvsnai ni u
Uiau Ukiicas Sourrriu)
IXKWWK SIKI Nlt KINO 8THKKTR.
W. W. AHANA.
123 XTixvxaJVU BtxMt.
Kagiisti. Scotcb and Amerlcao Cowls.
htyln and I'll Onaranu-tsl.
Clejiuing & Repairing
IBIOII Tile. 6CS. P. 0. Boi 144,
Oaraar Hotal ft Naaaaa Straata
Familj Wines and Brandies
I.rcoL U not in compctiliun with
cheap LiiiHccd Oil nilisliuuoc.
Ments (or (he llav.iii;n cMwk
Silt mi CultOD Drrc Goods,
ii 1 1
1! If I
ILiIiii liailw;iy & Laud Co.
OKKKrW THE PUHLJU
Another Great Opportonitj
To Imu Sotaa ta Oua ot tha Moat
DaUghtful JLooIIUii to ba
Voatid In tba raradla
of thu Paoiflo-
A a DMltby ntort-lVarl City baa
already Mtabllined an anTtabla rapataUos.
Many good eltlzeni In this oommunltjr
hava experienced the wonderful affect pro
dncad by a few daya eojonrn In that dry,
coot atnioaphrre, and gtra araUfal taU
monytothe relief they bava almott uv
nUntly nlned from aevera and long con
tinued attack! of aethma. Phytielane
trqualnted with the ellmaU of Pearl City
recommend It at a natnral aanltarlrtB.
Visitors, Picnic Parties, Lnans
DILD WHILE PKEAOUINO.
Budden End of an Exhortr at the
A native nnmed Ioeln, neil about
M tenrs, died rttdilciily ueur tho
Fiithmarkut at f o'clock Snlurdny
nfteriioou. Ioela hnf been in tho
habit of prenchintf there, atandiiiK
upon an old handcart. On Satur
day ho was noticed by a young
nailvo girl to mil on hi race, one
nttracted Ilock Iunpuetor Mnoy's
ntteution to tho man, nud Captain
Uookano happening along thoy ox
auiined him. Tlmv found him
breathing huavilv. Deputy Marohnl
Brown was notified, but wiiiiu ho ar
rived tho man was dead. Tho con
jectuio of thosu present was that
thu man died from Bunstroko. Hin
family worn notiliod and from thorn
it is learned that about three mouths
ago Ioola was takcu with a religious
innnia. Ho told his sou that heueo
forth bo would not oat poi, but
would livo liko his white brethren
on tea nud bread. If ho died, he
said, no ouo but himself would bo to
blame. At times lie would preach
at tho Fishmarket without an audi
At Smith's Bus and Livkiiv
Stahlp.s, Kino Stukkt,
( tilJiilnliiK Mi'tMH.lltnu Mi-rtt Murk-Kt.l
Silli, liiicii ami Craou Sits
-UK t'OMI'I.KTK HTtM'K -Mrnlr
nv ainntitHiit Yokobaiua
j r VVIipm vc'i afe In in-nt of any lliw
i ul.tii-niif-f UiMhiK, niv ni" tirM c, ml
"V' t..lllV all HflMIII'l Iokii
3CO X"ort Ct luiuCuitoo.ZtouM
1 YOKOHAMA BAZMR,
Comer Nutiiuu S Hold Sif.ti
iNev Goods! Hew Goods!
l!K HM.I1 JIY UVKIIV .TKAMKIl.
In tli i'lieapet Place In Town you can
IMlnv. nuunnmii', ixicKifi nun
llurek. U will pav you to ran
aud nee I fore you try ! Iicru.
XOO atUOn OKOLEHAO.
83 Years Old
Pur eHi Milk
FOR SALE I
Delivered Twice Daily
TO ANY 1'AHT OK TIIK CITY
teal 507-TELEPH0ire8- Bell 460
Ilttt-lro 1 IHKNHKIK1, 1'iop
HO VEN KEW & CO.,
IIOII MANAOKIl. lm
WM. DA VIES,
Rigger & Ste?edoret
"W R, K O K H3 R, .
KHTIMATKB AND OONTKAI'Ttt ON
A hi, KINIIH OP WORK.
i Will run KKUlarly betwet-u thla port ami
Walalua, Kawalhaiat. Mokulxla, Krawe
i mil and I'unlkl on the Iblaud ol Oalin,
I For Krelidit, "to,, apply to tba Captain,
Klfl, U7 If
"AM MA1LE" Store will
hold a Clearance Sale of its
Stock of Goods beginning
Thumlay, Aug. 9th, and con
tinue to the end of the month.
This Store will go out of
bunintss at that time.
Come and pick out what
yov want before it is all gone.
Duuth of a Native
A. F. Medeiros 8c Co.
Mk. Inquire at oUlce ot J
vr ripreckalu' Hank, Kort ntr
l Nijiiaiiu HtrrML
TtoMaiUu, PluibiiQ, Etc.
tUUMlKBHV aa U.MWHt
OKYWJN TXA AND JKWELBT.
UKO TO JNKOKM THK r1 (1 111.10
I tlial 1 na oneneu my wore at no. vn
Mniiana itrwti with Ceylon Manulaotured
J(,elry Mt with llnblei.Bapplilree, rearli,
to. Just received aome Pure Ceylon Tea-
AIM, Indian uaoana ana iianaan
tare an in,ouon or mi etoea n ann.
w. 4. BAuin,
a, Maoaan ttraal.
Hntul Ht,, umlnr ArlliiKWin Hutnl.
Latest Patterns in Suitings
Kdoelvrd by Kvery Htrtiimr
PERFECT FIT OR NO SALE
J'UACTIOAL GUN-MAKER I
I bK to inform HportlnK Men and the
Ueneral I'lihlla that 1 am prxparfit Ui He
pair aud Ueuorate evnry debarlptloii ol
Klrvariiii. Qum. Kllt and Itevolvxra
kllllully Hc-itwkfd. Illtiflinaaiid Jlrowu
Iuk done In any ihade. Klrat-tlana work,
tuanililp Ruarantafd. (mstornrm prnniptly
nNION MTKKKT MnVlll.HMI
The report cauio over tho wires
ycAterdny that a native uauifd John
Kupapa had died rather suddenly
at Kauann, Koolau. Tim man, who
was about, thirty years of age, had
beuu driukiug okolehao with a num
ber of others. In tho midst of a
hilarious surco Kaimim was seen to
full. Ho expired immediately. Thu
others were so dumfounded that
thoy could uot be induced to drink
any moro of thu okolohao that was
The publiu band, under tho leader
ship of Prof. Uerger, will givo a con
cert this evening at 7:'tt) o'eloek, at
Emma Square. Following is tho
Orcr'ure Itnheznlil . . . Klotow
Cnrnet Ho o -l.uvi) Hlid Truth Wtlukcr
Mr Cliatlrs Kruutur.
Klnnlo Itif-ulHtto . , .. Verdi
hulicilun llublu Hood (by reijuurt)
Wullx- Thu l'raille ol tbo Pachla (nnw)
. . Jterjjer
I'ulkn Nuuunii Vulltiy (in w) Flu Kr
bcliutiinuliu I'reity Women ol Honolulu
Uicwi . . . .Horner
Ma cb lluniillnu Hotel , . . Herder
1 1 II wl I I'iiiioI
l'ruvontion la Bottor
Tlmn euro, anil those who are Mill
jnct to rheiimatUin can prevent at
tacks by keeping tho blood pure and
free from the nuid which onuses the
disease, You can rely iiimn UoodV
Karsaparilln ah n roomily for rheii
mat ism aud catarrh, also for every
form of Mirofuln, stilt rlioiim, boils
nud other diM'tisos caused by ttitptt ro
blood. It tonus and vitnlizos tin
Sill: Dress Goods,
- M.t. 4i,n.-
.IAI'ANI(,SK MLI CK.U'E,
I'litlli and llnnu ted,
jAi'AKKdK oorrti.s Ult"R
Silk Shirts and Nlijbl Shirts,
Milk lllo,oft Hilk NVcktlrx.
H'liidki'rclni'f" Hliaw , hiihi,
Hoalury in.i 'h'inlMM,
Silk HTiii Cotton KiamAos !
JiiifM Trn, Hiilrfn hctrfi
Ti rtft, Hnor I'oM, Idc, Ktc.
Branch Slow at lo. 322 hunano Street, j prices cheaper than Ever !
Where they carry a coniplfU'llnfot " ""
IIEDHOOM 8KTB, CHAIHB, '
BTANDB, Etc., Ktc,
VINO FAT ClIANj
He to Inform tbe public that tlmy
uave upened a
rnrnlture Repaired and Cauiral Jobbing
at Reuonible IUts
VINO FxT CHAN,
KJ Niiiinnu Hlivi.
Bell Tkl. 881. Mutual Tbi
v. o. BOX 3J1.
TOIS SPACE IS RE
Pioneer Furniture Co.
.f mill (111 Kimr H'twl
11W A 130 I'OUT STUKKT.
A I.I. ITS
aro oany aud gentle
Ordfim Irom the otliT IkIiiihIs in
Balldloo, Trlanlng, Paluling, Etc, r.tc
I'rompily Attended to.
w. w. wuiiiiir, i'iimi'.
iRuccfkMir to (1 WhhI.i
NOTICE TO PASSENGERS.
1 3 TO 9 .A.. 3UL
! Do not (ui)'ft tne time to ruiK up
, ID2 Mutual Telophono 152.
j n. k. i3rrR,aHJ3S
I ! hi ll pri'MArtM in r- pair flnnlrn Hoe.
Hirnal'"- in r l'itp I iliiiK .iftwa and
I klin-oi iiiiiK ii 1 1 KIiiiIh iooIk, Inoliullmr t-'arv-
III,' IMUYi'M nun ni-miirii. jjwii jiuumi
t.i.i:!nlt Alxn I'ltm? iIImkm. In tart all
HiiMi ot Inlil.iiu V. orl ailed for and
lutnM irrw ii
THE WATER SUPPLY
And can be Inoreaead to meet th naada of
a population Mjnal to the larejeat oltj In
Paor. A.D. Lioae ol Oaho UoIUk la
our authority for etatlng that the water
HUpply Ii the pureat yet dtecorerad lo thlt
Special loaucrtoesb tu Kuty StUm:
hoi ruuvly dy from dai e lli
UOTU ON Ul'KtllAli TKHMB favorable U
bona-llde Mttlera. For a lenn ot tbr
montbi Iroru dale, lumber and all bulla
Ing malerlaU will be supplied, and duller
ed at l'earl Olty at niunh lower prlv. tbu
erer before obtained.
For further particular, eall at tbi oOlra.
or on any of the lumber dealers In thlt
city. Times who now own loUaa wallasi
thoke who prooee to become rasldants of
that growing city, will do wall to embrace
this opportunity. Tboes wbo avail them
elrcs ol thle offer, within tbe Uaae named,
will be entitled to, and will rtoetve the
For a term of ten years, this Oompaay
will carry each resident and their families
from Pearl City to Honolulu In the morn
ln (arrtrlDK a UtUe before scran o'clock),
and from Honolulu to Pearl City In the
erenlng laTinc Honolulu station a little .
alter Are o'clock , for ten oente each way,
a rate less than on cent per mile. The
rates on all other passenger trains running
during tbs day or night will be 1 oenU
per mile flrst class, aud 1 oent per mile
A good school n about to he opHuwu In
the Peninsula, In the fln, laote, nee
scbooMiouso erected by air. J. T. Water.
bouse. Ilealdents living at Pearl Cit)
belxbtb, laliove l'earl Olty station eii'i
those having homes on the 1'eulusula, will
be allowed to ride free on regular trains
between Pearl Olty stations to and horn
Those wbo want to continue to aeud their
children to schools in Honolulu, can haw
irans)ortution on all regular trains to and
Irom l'earl City, for the purpose of atteud.
Ing school, at live cents each way for each
pupil. This is equal to -JA to 20 miles ride
lor ten cents.
Kual Inducements lor those desiring to
secure homes lu this country hava never
belore been ottered to the public.
This Company baa been requested from
abroad to name the price ol all their un
sold land In that locality.
Should a clearance sale be made to a
syndicate, no opportunity like the preeeot
would again ocvur tor tbe purchase of
homes at Pearl City.
rriiiT K'lut ,v .Nuutuii 81s.
Whltki., i i l MrtimK"'
I.I. I'KHHOSH INTISMHND IU
XX take imixiKe u Sli iiiihth ol lit-
IiiIit.InIiiiuI Kh'iiiu NiivikMUoii Co., Irom
llomilulii, ure lincliy riHinttiii lo pur
:li.ii iliikuls at tin" Wlmrl IlllUi' ol tin
Complin) U'forn cinluirMim, mid tiny pun
t'llKvr lulllliK todo so hlmll lie Mllijivt lo
pay Si iHTivnl of ilia rt'tiuliir fttrt In mlih
ilim llirreiu. Thin rule will Id sir rllv in.
furcnl Irom and afnr tin Ul iluynf August
W. II UUlUllliY.
Finest ol Wiaes & Liquors
Hilliurd &c Ploitctln Hoom
rilt lO CATUUhK,
MVT VJU T3SXm-CZ'1VOXT3Z 373.
rioiiolulu, July 11, IM
W. 11. Mcl.stN. Hec'v, I'rtsMiiut.
)lui mii I lllimswHre Wnntmll
l liwkk, Wniilii-s nnilJevrulry Wanted I
OMdolilHiid Hllvi-r Wttiiii-dl
lT UMiiaI PrlQsi Paid I Jt
IU fell it- UWmI, Ooraer of AUas.
! tfN In Ilia ifiaa Id
OAHU RAILWAY A LAND GO.
II. F, DILLINGHAM,