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KATHKIKH UNIIRK THK I.A.W8
'PHK UNDERSIGNED HAVE BEEN APPOINTED SOLE AUKNTH FOK
A thftAA HltUKntlCitA u arn miW iuliun.il tt nmnttrn nnlnrt.
" --"-- .- .-w -i f ' v v awvaw awaoe i
Tbe great advantages to be derived from the nso of thu National Oank i
rtilRKODKR lire thoroughly eelallisbl and Acknowledge! by Planters
The Urge unmbor ol Plaut'rs using thorn in the United Huti-a, Cub,
Argentine iU(iiibllo, l'uru, Ansttalin tud elowbere, buiir witness U the !
The use of thu 8iiRiti)HKK very larg-ily augments the inutility of ratio ,
tbH mill can grind (26 in 6U), also tbe extraction of juleu (6 U) I5tt). '
It ia groat safeguard, making known at otiee the presence of any
(ilboe of mm, stakes froin card, or anything which would be liable to dauiat'.c '
tue mill, mud allowiug amnio time to reninvii emue odor damaging the null.
The Hhrkmier very strongly turtle, and from the manner of it opera
tion tt cute or learn these pieces of wikmI or iron without often breaking the
AHkBimKu; and tt anything break, it ! simply gome of the knives or citliirs,
which oau be quickly and economic illy replaced. The Hhkkuiikr, a Us
name indicates, tears the catin into ehrt ! of varying length, perfectly open
ing it and allowiug the mill to thoroughly press out the juices without re
quiring the immenso extra power iMnpesary- to grind or crtixh the wliok
cane. The Suhbddkk spreads the shredded caue uniformly and evenly to
the mill rolls, and does away with the necessity of spreading the bagasse by
baud between the mills, where recrindini: is in use. No creator amount of
boiler capacity is required to operate the Hmkkdhkr than that which wa i
sufficient for thu mill, for the above reasons. We furnish full working I
drawings for the installation of our piiskddkkh, enabling any compHont en-1
gtnuir to fuccessiuliy Install and start them.
In ordering Siikkddkus from us, pl-jasc send small sketch, showing th
diameter and width of the mill rolls with which Hhhkmiku is to Iks connected,
also the side (either right or left hand as you face the delivery side of tht
mill;, upon which tho mill engine is located, aUo the height from tloor line
to center of front mill roll shaft, and distance center this shaft to front end
of bed plate. These Himrmikh are bow being u-d by thu Hilo Huitar flo
auu nawi Mill, Koiiala, where tliey are giving great sallslMcuou.
T I'rice and further particulars may be had by applying u I
IMJ'OHTKH AND DF.AI,KK IN
UBOCERIES, PROVISIONS, FLOUR and PEED
Presb California Roll Butter and Island Boner
Of ALWAYS ON HAND J
lei Gocxh KecelTfld Dy Every sleamer ttoia Sao Prdoci.
1W All (inlrrs lltlifiilly tu-Md
KiiinitKl ami sckiU wlUi cars.
Linooui IIlock, Kiko Sthkkt.
HrrH PKI.KI HftSKP 2K-
Provision Dealers & Naval Supplies
Fresh Goods by Every California StnaHttr.
IOK - HOUSK - GOODS - A - SPECIALTY.
luaMM 0mw Soliuitcu. tj a4T Stwotion UnR4rKRn.
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Groceries, - Provisions - and - feed.
Maw Ooodi KwItM by Kvvry I'ackut from the Ktni BUtM auj Knrop
KRIWH CALIFORNIA PRODI GE - tiY - EVERT STBAMKR
All (Mart taltlif.i
art of the
Ikii Oaocaa hiUnnTD
RAHT roitNKH MK1
W. W. AHANA
333 XTvfa..n Strt-
Kiillhti, Scotcb and American Goods.
Utylr anri Kit OunranUtM.
(yleuniiig Si Ropaiting'
P. 0. Bos m.
FOR BALE I
Delivered Twice Daily
TO ANY I'AKT OK THK OITV
tatwl S07-TELEPBONES - Bell 460
IKM-ltu I' IHKNIIKIKI, Irui.
HO YKN KKR .t CO..
l Nmianri Httet
TtMMithl. Plarabino Etc.
lHtlMlKnr and UutriKVCtHa
OK THB HAWAIIAN IHI.A "III
IRWIN U CO.. L'd..
!M Afttlf frr IKf HmniUan liUindt
.p o i7 try
istllsi'ttii aiiMrmitM IIhih nui
B.t. Kort ami Ai.sk H-Mfr.r.
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to iit Oiio.! DllTtrd m nt
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m m aUd BraDllJe8
es Yeara Olca
ID. 1ST. R,E3QTJ.A.,
HMI MANAdKH. Mm
WM. DA V IKS,
Rigger & Stevedore,
itHTIMATKB AND (HINTKAfTH N
AM. KINDS UK WOKK.
Will run ri'triilHrly btwcfii tliix urt anil
WulMim KawBiliapnl. Mukulels, Keowf
mil Bii'l I'imlkl on tli Inlniul of Oaliu
For KrrlK'it, U: apply to the ('aptaln
si ollW of J H. Walker
Hank Krl street W tf
OKYI.ON TEA AWB JEWKUtV.
I IIKd It) INKOlt.M THE PMIIMP
I tbst 1 liava (ii!!!'! my bluru at No. V
Nuiisiiq tret ultli Oylnn Manufactured
Jewelry set with Bnble.Hsiiplilres, I'earln,
el;, Jut r'eled mine. Purs (!yliiu Tea
Iry It- Aleo, Indian Hsbana and Danoon
I'Ufiri ri inpe"tlnn nf mr t'rk I M
lUd. . i, HaJiUtU.
(Ui.l Ma Niinan 4ril
ioliii'ii Rule Bazaar.
W. P. Reynolds, : Prop.
Don't Be Handicapped
Bids the Best I
TIIKKR 18 NOTIIISO I IKK
NUTIIINM tJtHTB 80 (iOOH.
Hixioliilti. H I
A. F. Medeiros & Co.
Ht Ht illKlnr ArllnK.n Hl.l-I
Latest Patterns in Suitings
Itn-eived hy Every BtunniHi
PERFECT FIT OR N08aLE
1'UAdTIOAL OUN-MAKEU I
I bet; ti Inform Hixirtlng Men and the
(leneral 1'iiblla that I aui pruimrva U -ealr
and Itenevute every derl Hon ol
Klrenrnu (linn Klttex ami Kevnlveri
skillfully llti-ftookeil. Blueing and Brown
Ihk done In any xliiula. Klrit-tia'x work.
ruanabli uaranli-wl ''iii-Unne'" iiniiiiptli
"vies 'TliBK'f iiiuini i i
Dr. L1EBIG & CO.
Slerinl Ihiclurt fur I'lmmir
1'riinlriiiitl II indii'
I)r l.lublx'e Iiivlvniatnr
ineilv fur Hi-lillmil Weuknt
thu uri'iltiH ru.
IIVNH l.(IHN n M n-
liuoifand I'rlvalo Dlmim-ii, ovith unm l'rn
iiiHliiri'iifsi and iireimum all for nmrriiiuo
life's duties, pleasure and r-HtoiiMlltllti'
(I trial ti'iMIo kIvi-ii or vent free to any nun
iluncrlliliiK sjiiiptniiisi villi or Hddrets I'SJ
deary ht , irlvatu uuiraia 40ft Mntou bl.,
bau t'rano'icu, lliS-U ly
"Your Ut Is Not Worth n 8traw."
Not worth a straw, Ii? Thon it
w.i" worth just, nothing nothing at
all.f Who has not tiai'il that com
parison a tlioupand timos to express
absolute worthlessuH? A straw?
Tho wind blows it away, firo burns
it up, cat tin I road it in thu mini, it
rots by tho roadside. What of it?
Who cares for a straw?
Yet this is exactly what a doctor
recently said to onu of Ii is patients,
" lour life is not uorlh a eltaw."
How much is a doctor worth who
will apeak so to ono that trusts him,
and has no lioiio but in his skill?
For my part, if lie worn tip for sato
at auction, 1 would bid ono straw
for him no more. Kvoii if what ho
said was true, ho had no rijjlit to
say it. Such a doctor is moro likely
to kill with his tongue than to euro
with his drugs.
A woman h-lls tho story, and shn
tells it well. If it doesn't sound
liko the truth, then I don't kuow
what over does. Tho dates anil
facts aro all there, plain and or
"In tho summer of 1878," she says,
"I found myself feeling tired, lan
guid, low-spirited ami weak. I felt
as if some evil wai about to happen.
My appetite was poor, and after
eating I had excruciating pain at
my loins and sides. There was a
horrible pain at tho pit of my sto
mach, and a rising in tho throat a
if I should choke. My head felt as
though I had a ton weight on it
Gradually I got wore, and for
mouths could take only lhiuid food.
At night I lay awake (or hours to
gether. "Later on I sudorcd arcatlv from
nervous prostration. My legs treui
bled and shook so I feared to fall.
If a knock camo to tho door I treni-
I hied from head to foot. I had fro-
quout attacks which began with
j palpitation of tho heart ami sudden
stoppage of tho breath. At these
j times 1 was speechless and helpless.
! They say I looked liko a corpe,cold
I aud bloodless, my fingernails and
lips having turned black. After a
I while thN would pass oil, leaving
1 tuo weak and prostrate. 1 uot so
emaciated aud thin that I was only
a bap of lumm, and ho weak I had I o
take hold of tho furniture to steady
myself as I crossed thu room. As
time went on tho nervotMiiess and
forebodings of evil so increased that
I feared I should go nut of my
mind. The neighbors said it would
bu a mercy if tho Lord would re
lease me from my sufleriugs.
"In this condition I continued for
over four years, tlurlmj whieh itm" I
einiKttlh-d pee doctor, but nothing
they gae mo did any gocd. They
all said my ailment was heart
disenxc, aud one said, ' l'nr life l
nut uorlh a tlrtiw.'
"In despair I gave up taking
phytic, as 1 felt that nothing would
av tue. In May, 1882, ten years
ago, a lady (Mrs. Uiehardrou) called
at in v hoiis-, told inn of Mother
Selgel's Curative Sj rup, and Urnng
ly mlvi-cd mo to try it. I did ,
anil felt somewhat better after tho
Una bottl; uid by tho tlmo 1 lind
taken time hotllu I wacotnilcloly
cured. I'roiu that to this I have
had no return of the attacks, and
am so strong I can do any kind of
work. Hut for S"igol's Syrup I
should havo been in my grave long
ago. I wish others to know this,
and will attsner any who call or
write." (Sitfiied) Kjijia Wukcxukn
(wife of W llihin Wickeudcu. gar
dener), reiuliroko Villa-, l'.'.J, MoIT'it
lload, Thornton Heath, March
So it turned out that her life was
not only worth n straw, but worth a
whole golden harvest of health and
bolter days. Yet no thanks to tho
doctors. Her complicated symp
toms puzzled and alarmed them, to
bo Mire, but wh, ? Is it not tho doc
tors' duty to understand such things?
Most ntsurcdU. Just as a lawyer
should know the law, or a pilot tho
rocks, tides, and lights of a coast.
Had some of these medical inon
known that Mrs, Wickoudeu's mala
dy was indigestion and dyspepsia,
and not heart disease, they miu'ht
possibly havo relieved her. But,
confuted by tho symptoms, they
wore blind to tho cause. We may
well wonder if thoro aro inauy bucii
doctors in Enidaud.
Cases liko this show that tho clear
sight belonged to Mother Soigel;
and to her remedy hosts of people
in this country aro indebted for
physical salvation when, iu very
truth, thoir lives seemed as straws.
Kemnmber this was ten years ago,
and tho malady has not returned,
hhowiug that the cure was a perma
It gives au impressive idea of what
subterranean Loudon ia fast becom
ing to learn that on emerging from
the river the now City aud Waterloo
lino will, iu its passage up Queen
Victoria btn-et, run for n part of tho
way under the low level main sowor,
which, iu its turn, runs along bo
eeath tho District Underground
Kailwny, m that at this point iu tho
city we shall have, fin-t, a busy main
thoroughfare, below that a steam
railway, thou a huge metropolitan
sowerj then an oioetrio railway,
n-nchiiiL' its tnnnimw alndupth of
ohout sixty thruo fi-t bolow tlio
strentsj niul lioro it will oonmiuni
I'utn with niinthur lint t lit Contra!
LoikIim) -uliich "ill liu at n diith
of oifjlit feet. London A"i u.
Fornieuora in Japan.
TIik fiirninn population in .Inpnti,
nucunliiih' to tlio Jlnvuo I'Vnucniho
(III ilapan. niiUiiiiitud Ducninlit-r Ml
IH'.III, to Hint) piroim, of uliuiii HT.'IU
weru iiKilt's mid 2;IIH) fdiiuilns. Th-y
lio)oii(i'd Iu tint fulloniiiK national!
lies: China, 0510; ICiiKland, IKiO;
Lfniti'il Si. it oh, TlKlj Gnnnanv, Jin,
Franco. :t:.(l; I'orliiHal, lf.0; Hollnnd.
WI5 liii"tin, 7(i Swilziirlaiid, 70;
Doiiinarli, Tm; Austria, Ifij Italv. ID;
ilivnrs, 1.5. Ah it is hi'oii, tlio L'Iiiiiomi
I'll'IIIOIlt is tho IIKHt iMiiisldoialili,
and still tlio null fornl,'ii party,
wlileli lias I'aiisi-tl rmmlly two di--holiitluiis
of tho nliaiiilnuH in Japan,
niivnr ini'iitiiiiiH tint CliiuiMo in its
nttni'lis, uliiuh aro nsnivi)il risulu
sivoly o fniulgu rofcldoiitu of LItiiu
Save Half the Amount of Tour Ott
Bill Through Saving in Pigment.
Every painter should use Lucol in
stead of Linccd Oil, because:
tiCcnt, Is ruoro durable than Llnjccd
Oil. , , ,
2. brent. Is moro economical than
I'KOOK THAT LUCOL LS MOKE
Six years of actual un in exterior
bonne painting in California (tho
most trying cliniuto for paints), in
tho burning heat of tin Arizona Des
ert, the Arctic colli of Alnka. ami on
the Atlautiu const, have fully and
practically thown that Lrcoi. always
outwears Liuocit Oil under tho same
conditions. All the scid works iu
Han Francisco hve discarded Liu
seed Oil for Lucol..
ILLUSTRATE THIS YOUUSELF.
l'ut strong ammonia on Linseed and
Lurol paints. Tho Lin feed pdnls
arc destroyed in a few minutes; tho
Lucol p lints are practically unnuVcl
ed. I'UOOF THAT LUCOL IS MOHE
Drciik up 1 Ids. paste white lead
iu one pint of Li:coi., ami the snin
Humility in one pint of Linseed Oil.
Spread the paints on similar dark
surfacc for comparison. The Lucol
paint spread as far as and covers
much better than the I.in-ccd paint.
To get equally good covering with the
Linseed iminl you have to tn-c 2J Ihs.
of white lend to ono pint of Linseed
Oil. This means a saving of J lb. of
paste lend to each pint of Lt'coi. need,
or 0 lh. to every gallon, equivalent
to your saving more than half the
llrrl cost of the Lncou
Lrcoi. is not in competition with
cheap Linseed Oil stihatilutus.
tots far the Hawaiian Wands
Visitors, Picnic Parties, Loans
AT&MITH R 1JUS AN'D LlVKHV
, - "i -. --
Staiilks, Kino Stkkrt,
AdJoinliiK Mi'tr.lllnn Meat Mitrkt,l
Is Hie 'iiMiet rliice In Town vim ran
eft DiHs-t, WuL-n'ieties, HnuKlei and
ay you ti eall
and ire before
- 2utvuU Tlplloil 4.GOf
VING FAT CHAN
Bi; to Inform the public that they
tiave opened a
Branch Store at Ho. 322 Kuoano Street,
Where they carry a complete Hue of
IIKIIUOOM 8KTH, UHA1UB,
BTAND8, Kui., Etc., Etc.
rurnlhir Repaired ind Onnsral Jubbtog
t Rauonabla Rataa.
VINO FAT CHAN,
3!2 Muuanu Hlreeu
Carriage M miufactury
I2S A ISO RHtT BTKKKT.
Orders from the ol bur Ulandx In
Building, Tiitn-nlng, Pslntlng, Eto , Etc.,
Promptly Attended to
W. W. WltlGHT. Iimii.
iHiii'ifMHir In fl
NOTICE TO PASSENGERS.
V 1,1. CKI'hONH INTKNIHNU
J lane iui..i!e on Hteaiiier ol
liilnf I Hlu ml titniiii Naviuiilioii (.'o., from
. Honolulu, ere heieby niilci(li'l to pur
I idis-e tlitketn at the wlwt Olllie of the
I t'oiiipiiuy before eiiiliarkliiK, and any pus
! H-iiKcr fulling to do so shall be subject to
A. Jr .8Gj
'."J v I" " nv"i inn ri'(iiiar rare hi ailUI.
tlon Iheieio. This ruin will lie ttrlntly en.
(iiriiil fioui itlut ullir Hie Utility of A'IKilM
l,,'M.l.!l".,. . . w " "OIlrUKY.
W. II, UuJ,sa. Hea'r l'rr,ldui,
Honiilulu inlf i, UM, Ukim
Bote! Street (Arlington Block)
Inst Received another tnvolrpot
Japanese Fancy Goods
- AND -
Plain and Flanred 811k and 0rap.
MORNING GOWNS 'fir1
Plain Bilk and Rtnbroldsrsd.
Silk and Cotton Kimonos
Bilk Fans, Cnshtons.
Embroidered Bilk Tea CmAk
Tahln Covers. Hcd (Severs.
Bilk Bashes, Neckwear.
Beautiful China Warel
Pslsd nowls, Bon-bon DUhes.
Plates, Etc, Etc., Kta
Bilk and Cotton Paina.
Knits, Elepant t.snin flhadei
Iiamhoo (lanes, Lnnch Baskets,
Bamboo VsIIms. Jbisiip Trayi
Km., Kta., Kt, Km.
Mrs, J, P. P.Collaco, Proprietress.
Vt ' - -
Wholesale f Retail.
Kill. I. LINK Hf
Japanese'.' Goods 1
Silt and Cotton Dress Good,
liiicii ami Crape SliiiLs
-OK I'OMIM.KTK hTOl'K -Ma1e
by Vamatoya of Yokohama
When you are In neisl of an line
of Japanese (looda, give us tifl ' "4
wire Kiiinir all around Uin
aoa Iort et near Outas 2Covt
Corner Niiusou & UolM $, Mi
New Goods! New floods!
ItKi-klVKIl BY KVKIIY TKAMKIt.
Silk Dress Gouds,
- AM. niliKs-
.lAI'AMCKK SILK CKAI'E,
Hleln and BromOed,
JAl'ANKHK OOTTON OHM K
Silk Shirts and Ninht Shirts,
4llk Bloitees. Hllk Netilrties.
MandkmhlN. Hhaw'i, Hctbfii,
HiiNlery i.n 1 1 bemlMN,
Jpunee Trays, Bamboo Ptrtenv
Tea HeU, Vlovrer I'.'t-, Kid., Kte.
Prices Cheaper than Ever I
TDIB 8PACE IS
Pioneer Furniture Co.
HHund (111 Kliiu Hlrri
6 TO 9 .A.. 3.
Id not fnritet the time to ring up
152 Hntnal Tetophone-152.
N. ve. I3aR,CHlf3S
it t II piepnred to rfpuir (lanleii Hone
hprinkler".. VuUr Tip. KMlUK rfawn and
dlmrpeiiliijj all Kinds toots, iiidudlni: Oarv
Inn Kiilvts and ficli-uotb. ltnn Jlonerc a
iecialtv. Also Hetline Olanb in fm'tali
kllidn of Jnlihinn Hnrl i Hlled foi and re
nrne,l llS II
1) I II I.MI IWi'lM.M
Corimr KliiriV Nunann rita
Ki Woi.tib. I I i I MaliftKer,
Finest of Wines & Liquors
Billiard fie. RnucUiiK Hootn
rnr to einohu
MTTT"Ali TlCZjJr.VJXOSTlS 373.
DUIihi ami OlimswurH Wantod I
i'Uh'Li, Wumliid and Jewelry Wanted!
Old Oold slid Hilver Wanted I
W 8lghal Prices FvJal Jki
lie Vluf trt Dora ul aiaka
A I .
Halm Itiiilway Laud Co.
OFKKKS THK I'OIILin
Aaother Great Opportonltj
To S-ioara Hotass In Ous of Um Most
IMIifbtful LooiUUIm to r
fnand In the Paradla-
of tha PanttJn.
A a healthy report 1'esrl City hi
already eMsbllihed an sntUbl repotatloo.
Many Rood cltlteni In this ooramnnlty
hare experienced the wonderful effect pro
it n red by a few days sojourn In that dry,
nool atmosphere, and glre graUfal tsetl
loony to the relief they ban almost In
etantly Rained from aerere and long con
ttnneil attacks of asthma. Physicians
acquainted with the climate of Pearl Oltr
recommend It at natural sanitarium.
THE WATER SUPPLY
And tan be UHvewml to meet the uewlt of
Imputation qual to tha largest city In
Prop. A. II. I.roae of Oahn College le
mr authority for stating that the water
mpply ie the purest yet dlMNiversd In this
Spfxlal InuccrinsniL iu inly Sealers ;
For ninety dayr from dale we olll !;
IITB ON 41'KOIAI. TKHMB favornhle Ui
btina tide eettlers. For a term of tlnx
iionths from dare, lumbar and all bulM
lug materials will lm suppllrd, and dallvee
d at I'earl City at numb lnwr prliv tlmii
Ter before obtained.
For farther partlenUrs, call at tula oiflc
tt on any of tha lumber dealers lu this
slty. Those who now own lots u well at
those who proae to become residents of
that itrowlnj city, will do well to embrace
this opportunity. Thoee who arall tbeni
ele of this offer, within the time named,
ill be entitled to, and will reoelw the
For m term of ten years, this Company
will carry such residents and their families
from Pearl 01 ty to Honolaln In the morn
ing arrtrlnK a little before eeren o'clockj,
aud from Honolulu to Pearl City In the
ereulnn lt-aving Honolulu station a little
after tire o'clock), for teu cents each way,
a rate less than one cent per mile. The
rates on all other passenger trains running
duriUK the day or night will be IX oent
per mile tirtt rlaie, and 1 nent per mile
A good arbiml I aboat to be oiitM tn
the Peninsula, In the Hue, lary lie
echool-huiiie erected by Mr. J, T. Water
house. KesldeuU IWIng at Pearl Oil)
helglitu, tabore Pearl City vtatlou anil
tboM) having homes ou tha Peninsula, will
be allowed to ride free on regalar train
beiwecu I'earl City station Ui and from
Thoie who want tooontinartnaend their
uhlldren to schools in Honolaln, can hav
transportation on all regular trains to and
from Poarl City, for the purpose of attend
ing school, at five cents each way for each
pupil. This Ib equal to 24 to 2J uillei ride
for ten cents.
Equal luduromentk for those deilrtng to
due are homes In this ttountry have never
before been oilered to the public.
This Couiany hat been reqnetted fnno
abroad to name the price of all their mi
sold land In that locality.
Hhould a clearance sale be made to a
syndicate, no opportunity like the present
would aiialu occur for the purchase of
hoiuetat Pearl Oily.
"A Word to the Wise ii
I I OAHU KA1LWAY & LAND GO,
ii. r. DIMJNmiAM,