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National Cane Shredder!
fTBNrKI ONIIKU rUK I.AWB
s''r r-V J. "iv. -
THE UNDERSIGNED HAVE BEEN APPOINTED SOLE AGENTS KOH
theso SuKEDiiKKd mill are now pi spared to receive orders.
The great advantages to bo derived from the uso ol tbu National Oamk
Ahbeddib are thoroughly ostabllsbori aud acknowledged by Planters
The large number of Planters uslntf them in tho United States, Ouba,
Argentine Kepublio, Peru, Australia and elsewhere, bear witness u the
The use ot the Shukuuku very largely augruenu the quantity of ratio
to mill can grind (25 to 50), also the extraction of juice (5 to 12).
It is a great safeguard, making known at once the presence of au
piece of iron, stakes from cars, or anything which would bu liable to damage
the mill, aud allowing ample time to riniovo samo before danntgiug tho mill.
The Subkdukb is very strongly ninJe, and from the manner of its oiera
tlon it cuts or tears these nieces of wood or iron without often breaking the
Hhbbddkb; and if anything breaks, it i.t simply some ot tho knives or cutters,
which can be quickly and economic ally replaced. Tho Shkedukk, as its I
name indicator, tears tho cano into shreds of varying lengths, perfectly open 1
Ing it and allowing tho mill to thorougnly press out tho juices without re-
luiring the immense oztra power u jeessary to grind or crush the whole j
cano, Tho Suhkodkh spreads tho shredded cane uniformly and ovnuly to 1
ui mm roils, ami does away wilu tne necessity ol spreading the bagasse by
hand between tho mills, where rogriudiug is in use. No greater amount of
boiler capacity is required to operate tho Sukkudku than that which was
sufficient for tho mill, for tho above reasons. We furnish full working
drawings for tho installation of our Sukkodkrh, enabling any competent en
ginear to successfully install aud start them.
In ordering Biirkdders. from us, please send small sketch, showing the
diameter and width ol the mill rolls with which SilitSDDKJi is to bo connected,
also the side (cither right or led hand as you faco tktj delivery side of the
mill;, upon which tho mill engine is located, also the height from tloor line
to canter of front mill roll shaft, aud distance ccuter this shaft to front end
ol bed plate. These Siiukdukhd are now being used by tho Ullo Sag' Uo.
and Hawi Mill, Kohala, where they are giving great satisfaction.
QF Prill aud further particulars may be had by applying t"
WM. 3t IRWIN 6t CO., LU,
IMl'OKTKlt AND DKALKIt IN
8R0CERJLES, PROVISIONSLODR and FEED.
Pratfe California Roll Batter and Island Bottar
ear always on hand a
lea Goodi Becelied by Every Steamer Irom Sao Pnnchct
aW AJ1 Urdsrs faithfully attend to. Batlsfarttnn guaranteed. Ilaiui omen
oUrTtsd and packed with cars.
Lincoln Block, Kino Strict. Ilrr. Korr and Alaska SntRKra.
BOTH TEIJCFHONKB W
Profision Dealers & Naval Supplies
Fraaa (toots by Bvery Calltorala StMaer.
IOK - HOUSE - GOODS - A - SPECIALTY.
Cclamdm Orukm Soucitko. 0t 0tT Satistaction Ouarawtbid.
TBI.BPHONM M P. O BOX lift
H. E. MulJNTYUti & BRO
tMroaraas and osaijum ut
Groceries, - Provisions - and - Feed.
Mew Ooods tUoalvwl by Kvery Packet f mm tbr Kantara Htatea and Europe
rRESH CALIFORNIA PRODUCE BY EVERY RTKAMKH
all Urdsrs faithfully attended
Han of tbe
iMap Oaocas Souurran
HAHT C4IKNKH KMK1
W. W. AHANA.
393 2T-u.1MkrA.vl Sltzvat
IstUU, Scotch ud Amencao Guods.
Btyla anil Kit (iitsrnmMl.
Cleuniug & Repairing
Istoil Tela. 668. P. 0. 801 Hi
FOR BA.I.H1 I
Delivered Twice Daily
TO ANY I'AKT OK THK OITV
U7-TELEPa0KES- Bell 460
tt09-lm P. IBRNUKItO, I'n.
HO TEN KEE & CO.,
41 Nnnann Htni,
VtaMltkis Pluiblig, Etc.
OsUMlKBMY anal (IUWWIKI
OF THH HAWAIIAN IHI.al
SkJ AgmU fw IK tlnwniinn ItlntuU
I' ) WA 173
-t i. mix tr,
to and Quods Delivered 10 an)
S KIVH BTRKKTH.
nraar Botal Msaaaa
Famlly Wines aod Brandies
83 Years Old
EI. -ST. R,H1QU-A.,
UUI MANAOKIt. Rui
Rigger & Stevedore,
aHIIMATKB A.NJ) UONTKAl'TH lift
AM. KINMH OK WdltK.
; Tim Stmr " WAIM AN A LOM
I Will run regularly ttetween this lortsnd
W'aIsIiia, KhwhIIiisI. llukulelt, Keaws
. mil stui I'uillkl on tlis lalsnd ot Oabu.
I Kur KrclRht, eto., apply to tlis Cspuln.
Innulrs st otfliw ot J. 8. Walker.
over Nprrckrls' iUnk, Kort itrMt l7lf
OETLOM XKA AND JVWKLRT.
I IIKO rO INKOHU THK PUHI.II)
L that I bays uinsd my Hlore at No. V
Nuuana street with Oylnn Mni(fsiturwl
Jswslry sst with ItiibUn, Happblrss, f carls,
sin. Just rsnclrad somt Purs Osvlou Tsa
try It, AIo, Indian Jlsbsna and Uanson
An insiotUB ol say stock Is sail.
otlon of say stock li
W. J, A1)KI,
is M skr
pd Rule Bazaar.
W. F. Reynolds, : Prop.
FOR SAN KRAXGISCO.
THK Al bfKAMHUIl
WJU. 1.KAVK HONOLULU
roa tiis abovk rosT or
Saturday, Aug. 18th,
Ths andersleiviMl are now jirrrmrrd
latuo Throuuli Tlcketx from this City to all
points In tha UulU'd titntos.
tW Kor further pnrtlculnni rrgsnlltiv
KrelKUt or I'sfUKi', spply to
WM. 0. IRWIN A CO., Id,
1107-01 nnrnl Aelit
"KA SMILE" Store will
hold a Clearance Sale oj its
Stock of Goods beginning
Thursday, Aug. 9th, and con
tinue to the end oj the month.
This Store will go out oj
business at that time.
Come and pick out what
you want before it is all gone.
A. F. Medeiros & Co.
Merchant it Tailors
Huitil fit., under ArltUKtm Hotl
Latest Patterns in Suitings
KmIvh1 by Every Hwamx I
PERFECT FIT OR NO SALE
PRAOTIOAL . GUN-MAKKItl
I beK Ut Inform Hnortinu Men and the
Ueneral Fnbllc that I am jirnred to lte
1lr and Itenovnts every description of
rearms, Uuns, Hlllei sml ltev(dvHrs
skillfully Its-stocked. Uliielnitaiid llniwn
Inn dons In any shade. Flrst-rlss work
manshlnauarantaad. Customers promptly
IINinf HTHIBT. finwni ui,n
Tho French Scnnto ja"pil
suti-ntmrcliisl bill by ( to ill.
Earthquakos in Korria ami Bul
garia havo destro; od lifo aud pro
Strikors in the Pennsylvania min
ing districts havo been using dyna
mito freely to destroy property.
It ia now assorted that tho Woll
man exploring party in tho Arctic
ia aafe and well on its way north.
An itiiinenso meteor was seen in
California tho night of July 27.
Descriptions of it from differeut
places fill two columns of a San
Francisco paper. It loft a trail of
light iu tho sky for 20 minutes.
Mrs. Aniiiit Fries patted a big
brown grizzly bear on tho head in
tho Philadelphia Zoo. Drown re
sponded by catching her right arm
in his claws, injuring it so tint am
put at ion from tho olbow will pro
bably lw necessary.
A slory lately published widely,
that Washington E. Irving of Escou
dido. Cal.. had a narrow oscanofrotn
burial alive, having revived in tho
coulti when it reached tho grave, is a
canard. Irving, who was a nephew
of tho famous author, really died
.ind was buried.
Admiral Walker's report to Secre
tary Herbert on tho Hiirvey of Pearl
Harbor indicates,, although it is not
stated in word, that tho project of
a naval ntaitoti tiiero is lenMDle. 1 lie
Admiral reports oteryassistatico was
offered him in his work by the oDl
cials of tho Hawaiian Government.
China and Japan haro20 warships
apiece. Tho Chiueso vessels havo
heavier pun, but tho Japaneso su
perior oulfors. It is not ex pre ted
the war will bo decided on the water.
China will pour hordes of fighters
down into tho peninsula of Corea,
and tho Japanese will prove to be of
extraordinary fighting meltlo it they
aro able to prevent being driven into
Ira Abbott shot and killed Charles
Bennett at Nevada City. They wero
rival blacksmiths under ono roof. A
farmer asked lienuutt to repair his
wagon brake. Bennett snid ho did
not do such work but advised tho
farmer not to givu tho job to Abbott.
Overhearing this, Abbott went to
his desk and, taking out a revolver,
fired three, shots at lieiiuett at close
ranuo. One of the shots went
through Bennett's heart. Abbott is
unmarried, lluiinett leaves a wife
and two young children, and was a
Past Chancellor of tho Knights of
Pvthlns. The men both had borne
good reputations, but had quarrelled
so long and bitterly that a tragic
end of tho feud was not unexpected.
A despatch from Heart's Content,
Newfoundland, of July 27 says: Tho
final splice of tho Anglo American
Telegraph Company's now cablo
wan made to day at 11 a. in., Green
wich time, and tho lading of the
largest cable across the Atlantic was
then Miceemfully completed. Tho
timo taken iu lading this cablo was
tho shortest on record. Tho expedi
tion left the other side July loth, iu
the afternoon, and tho Irish shore
end was laid in fss than two days,
the total time being less than two
weeks. A noteworthy coincidence
is the fact that tho fiual splico was
made on tho anniversary of tho day
on wliich tho first successful cablo
was lauded at Heart's Content in
18111!, twenty eight years ago, and
not only on tho same date, but on
the same day.
i - - -
AT THE ANCHOR
Oyster Cocktails 1
Bauor Bruunun I
Straight and Mixed Drloks
Ot All Kinds and Best QilMiiy.
I ontbwstt nsrarr King fc Nnuauu Eta,
Fine House and Lot
THE IJNl)KHBI(tNKI) OKFEKb KOH
1 sale that Fine ilinueiU-ad on the
uianka side of Bcrrtunia ulreet, 100 fert
vajt tif IViihacu's otrtt t. The Uit has a
(rout f loo ffMt end s depth of 143 (net. A
(iixxl JIhcIIIiik IIiiiim) In kkk1 reuslr; con
laiiib I'arlnr, Illmuii-rirfiiii Kitchen, fan
try. Bedroom, Until end Water Closwt and
nit otlli-e on the lower tloor with Four flood
Ih-drooms on sei'mul lloor. Tlire Is a sub
itantlnl Barn. conisiniiiK Two titalls, room
for t'Ao rsrrlsKes. Wom tlhed and Her
vsnU' Boom, a rVrvsnts' W. C. aud Two
OmkI Cess-pools. Further partlmlars of
W It t.U .. .
' k - iiiiiii'awk
"THE WORLD DO HOVE"
And fo does tin) Mseti('r Po vb'ualio
have mounied tlo-lr Mrrtitncurs on
WW They will dellvir TaVncos un lo
mills weight i or Mit.iuot qnickur llimt
by uuy oilier method uud iiiucb clicjpir
"DON'T BE A OLAMI"
-y by u
L. M. JOUN'SON, : : Manafjor.
Mntnsi sw TP.i.r.pnnnr.8 rii
Don't Be Handicapped
Bidu the Best I
THKItK IK NOTII1NO LIKE A
NOTIIINd (MUTE HO (100H.
uata i.oii in: fhki:.
H. B WAJjKKR,
AKnt, tlouolnla, 11, 1.
CUilBlBI BtOCk, MWiltl St.
Savo Half the Amount of Tour Oil
Bill Through Saving in Figment.
Every painter should upo Lucol in
stead of Linseed Oil, because:
t. I.ucoi, Is more durallt than Linseed
2. I.rroL Is more economical than Lin
PJtOOF THAT LUCOL IS MOKE
Six years of actual uso in exterior
hou-c p.dnling in California (tho
most trying cliumlo for paints), in
the burning hod of lite Arizona Des
ert, the Arctic cell of Alacku. and on
the Atlantic const, have fully and
practically shown that Liicol always
outwears Linseed Oil under the same
conditions. All tho ucid works iu
San Francisco have discarded Lin
seed Oil for LucoL.
ILLUSTRATE THIS YOURSELF.
Put strong ammonia on Linseed and
Lucol paints. Tho Linseed mints
arc destroyed in a few minutes; the
Lucol paints arc practically unaffect
ed. I'ltOOF THAT LUCOL IS MOKE
Break up 1 lbs. pnslo while lead
In one pint of Lucot., and tho same
(itatitity iu one pint of Linseed Oil.
Spread the paints on similar dark
urfaccs for comparison. Tho Lucol
paint spreads its far its and covers
much butter than tho Linseed paint.
To get crpially good covering with the
Linseed paint you havo to use 2 lbs.
of while lead to one pint of Linseed
Oil. This means a saving of j lb. of
parte lead to each pint of Ll'coi. used,
or 0 lbs. to every gallon, equivalent
to your saving nu.ro than half tho
llret cost of the Lrcou
Lt'uoi. is not in competition with
cheap Linseed Oil Mibsliiutcs.
H (or the Hawaiian Islands
Visitors, Picnic Parties, Loans
AtSmitu'b Bur ani Livkkv
Staiii.ks, Kino Stukkt,
lAdjolnltiK Metroolltnn Meat Market,)
Is the l'heittH-.t l'lnon In Towu yon can
ct Husxes. WsL'Oiiettni, ItilKK'es and
sddle Horses. It will pny you to call
and sco before you try eUewbere.
VING FAT CHAN
llK to Inform the poblln that they
bave opened a
Branch Store at lo. 322 Monano Street,
Where they carry a complete line of
IIKDUUOM HKT8, OH A 1KB,
BTANDB, Etc, Etc., Etc
FurcUtBra Hepslred ud OtBsral Jobbing
t Sauoaabla Rataa.
VT1N0 PAT CHAN,
Ueu.Tel.S81. Mutual Tel. 007.
I. o. nox 321.
(larriiige Miinu factory
m & ISO FOItT BTKKKT.
Blacksmithing lN V?:&.
Orders from the otlnr IsIuiiiIh in
Building, Trtaulng, Palnltng, Etc , Cto.,
I'ronipily Attended to.
w. w. wuiaiiT, pkiip.
iHilctmKMir lo (i Went.)
NOTICE TO PASSENGERS.
1,1, I'ICItHUNH INTKNDINU TO
Hti'iini Nnvlitntioii Co,, from
Honolulu, tue liutibv ritinenteil lo nur.
t'luve UiLi'lB nt the wlmrf Otllce ot the
Company Imloro emlmrklnu. and sny pn.
seiiKcr fallliiK lodo so shnll be subject lo
isy U-'i perueiil of tha rfKiiUr fare In addi
tion thereto. This rule will ha strictly en-fnrr-Hl
from and after the 1st day of AurusI
proilmo. W. II. OODFltKY,
W. H. Mol,ss, Bso'y, frasldsnt.
HouoJulu Jul 17, Ua4, tUU-T
Botal Street (Arlington Block)
inst Received another Invoice ot
Japanese Fancy Goods
- AND -
Plain and Figured Bilk and Crape.
HORNING GOWNS SZT1
Plato 611k and Embroidered.
Silk and Cotton Kimonos
Bilk Fans, Cnshiuns,
Ktnlirolilered Bilk Tea Cosies.
Table Covers, lied Covers,
811k Sashes, Neckwear.
Beautiful China Ware!
Batsd Bowls, Bon-bon Dishes,
Plates, Etc, Etc., Etc.
Bltk and Cotton Palamas.
Huns. Elegant I.anit Blisdes,
Bamboo Canes, Lunch Baskets,
Bamboo Valise", Japanese Trays
Kin., Etc, Etc., Etc.
Mrs. J. P. P. Collaco, Proprietress.
Kltl.l. LINK OV -
Japanese'. Goods I
Sill and Cotton Dross Goods,
Silk, Li&eu and Crapu Shirts
-OF COMPLETE 8TOCK -Mads
by YamaUiya ol Yukohaiua.
When vuu are In nrrd ot anv line
of Jspnre Hoods, give as flrst -,., nd
mvh KoltiK all around town.
aoa Vert SSt. nu Cuatso , Komm
Corner Nuutou a Hotel S w
New Goods! New Ooods!
ItKt'KIVKI) II Y KVKItV DTKAJteit
SiU; Dress Goods,
- A1.I. flUMtH-
.IAIANKSK SILK CHAPE,
Flatu and Orocaledt
JAFANKHK COTTO.S (JKSr'R
Silk Shirts and Night Shlrti,
Kilk Blouses. Bilk Neckties.
Hsndkerrhiels. Hhaw'k, rthe,
Hosiery iti.l ithemlMa,
Silk aittt Cottou Kinioaos !
Tea UU, Flowoi I'nU, Kic, Etc.
Prices Cheaper than Ever 1
THIS SP1CB IS RE
Pioneer furniture Co.
DtHntidMl Kiiik Sirwt
6 TO 9 .. 2yflL
Do not forxet the time to ruin up
152 Mutual Telephone 152.
n. v. BUHaass
ii still prHpured to rt'pttlr tisrden Hose,
Hprinklers, Wr.vt Tnp, FllitiK Usws and
BfiBM.cnliiB all kinds toolx, inrludliiK Csrv
I ni? Knives and HW&nnm. Ijiwii Mowers a
siMMiisliv. A I bo Bettini! Glass, In fact all
HudMif Johl.tne Work i-bIIwI for and re-
nrll, llrM if
Coroer KIiik A Nltiisnu Hts.
Kimr, Woltib, l l l I Msimtier.
Finest of Wines fc Liquors
Billiard 6c Reading Room
r ass to rATSosB.
UOTVAl, T3Z2SS3XOX73C 373.
lMiih aud (llssswsre Wanted I
Clonks, Watches and Jewelry WsuUM I
Old Uold and Hllver Wantedl
W sVflktt FrUM Pali I Jn
U (tag , Uonsas of Aiakaa,
Oiiho Kailwaj & Lad l'o.
opncua niR fublio
cVaotber Great OpportQDttj
To cur Bosiss In Oaa of tha Moai
OsllghtfuJ LocallUea to ba
roaad ta tha Paradta
of tha Paeito.
As a nealthy resort Faarl Olty has
already established an enviable reputation.
Many good cltltens In this community
haveesperlenoed tha wonderful effect pro
durcd by a few days sojourn In that dry,
cool atmosphere, and frtT grateful testi
mony to the relief they hava almost la
stantly gslned from severs and long con
tinued attacks ot asthma. PhystcJana
sojnslnted with tbe cllmata ot Pearl Olty
recommend It as a natural sanitarium.
THE WATER SUPPLY
IS AMPLE 1
And can be Increased to meet Uia oases of
a population aqua! to the laRast e4ty ta
Paor. A. B. Ltosi of Oahu UollsRa Is
our authority tot sUiIur that tha water
supply Is the pursat yet dlscovwid In tola
Specldl iDQucomenLi to jjitIj Sttlkn:
For uliittydays fnnu dsi we will sU
Uriti ON Bl'KCIAL TKUMtt tavorablntA
bona-flde settler. For a term ol tbrai
months from dale, lumber and all build
lUR matarlats will be supplied, and deliver
ed st Pearl Olty at much lower prlrti than
aver before obtained.
For further particulars, call at this offloe
or on any of tha lumber dealers in this
city. Thone who now own lots aa wall as
thus who propose to become resldaata of
that trowing city, will do wall to ambraoa
this opportunity. Those who avail them
salves ot this offer, within tha time named,
will be entitled to, ahd wUl reoelve tha
For a term of tea years, this Company
will carry such residents and their fainUtea
from Pearl Olty to Honolulu In tha mora
Ina srrivinK a little before aevan o'clock,
and from Honolulu to Pearl City In ths
eveninR leaving Honolulu station a little
alter live o'clock , for ten cents each way,
a rata less than one cant per mils. Tha
rates on all other passenger trains runnlnj
durinx tbe day or night will be 1 cents
per mile first class, aud 1 cent par mile
A good school It about to be opened In
tbe Peninsula, In the fine, large, new
school-house erected by Mr. J. T. Water
house. Residents living at Pearl Olty
belKhtb, labove Pearl Olty station) and
those having homes on tha Peninsula, will
be Allowed to ride free on regular trains
between Pearl City stations to and from
Those who want to continue to send their
chlldreu to schools in Honolulu, can hava
transortatlon on all regular trains to and
from Pearl City, for tbe purpose of attand
Ing school, at live cents each way for each
pupil. This Is eu,ual to 'H to at miles rlda
tor ten cents.
&ual inducements for thos desiring Ut
vecure homes In this country have nevar
before been otlcred to the public.
This Company has beeu requested front
abroad to uame tha price of all their un
sold laud in that locality.
Should a claarauce sale be made to a
syndicate, uo opportunity Ilka tha present
would again occur for the purchase of
homes at Paarl City.
UA Word to the Wise U
OAHU RAILWAY a LAND GO,
I). K, OILL1NUI1AM,