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PHE UNDERSIGNED HAVE BEEN APPOINTED SOLE .VOKNT FOR
J- these BiiRKDUEKS and are now prepared to receive orders.
The great advantages to he derived from the use of the National Oauk
dBBBODKS are thoroughly established and acknowledge! by Planters
The large number ol Planters uein ) them in the United States, Cuba,
Argentine Republic, Peru, Australia and olsewhoro, bear witness W the
The usoot the 8HUKDDBH very lart'ly augment the quantity of cane
the mill can grind (25 to GOfc), also the extraction of Juice (6 to 12).
It is a great safeguard, making known at onro the presence of any
pUioea of Iron, stakes from cars, or anything which would be liable to damage
ihe mill, and allowing ample time to rumove emtio before damaging the mill.
The Bhkbudbk is very strongly nnulo, and from the manner of its opera
tion it cuts or tears these pieces of wood or iron without often breaking the
iJiikkddkh; and if anything breaks, it is simply Borne of the knives or cutters,
which can be quickly aud economically replaced. The Hiikkddkr, as its
name indicates, tears the cane iufo shreds of varyiug 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 Siihkddeb spreads the slindded caue uniformly and evenly to
the mill rolls, aud does away with the necessity of spreading the bagasso by
hand between the mills, whero regriuding is in use. No greater amount of
boiler capacity is required to otmroto the Hurkddkb than that which was
sufficient for the mill, for the above reasons. Wo furnish full working
drawings for the installation of our Hiikkddkus, enabling any competent en
gineer to successfully install aud stait them.
In ordering Bhukudkkk from ns, please send small sketch, showing tht
diameter and width of the mill rolls with which Biirkddeji is to ho connected,
also the sldo (cither right or left haud as you face the delivery side of the
mill;, upon which tho mill engine is located, also the height from tloor line
to center of (rout mill roll shall, and distance center this shaft to front end
of bed plate. Theso Hiibkihiees are now being used by the Hito ttagar On
aud Uawi Mill, ICohala, where they are giviug great satisfaction.
sw Prices aud further partlcuUis may be had by applying u
WM. G. IRWIN & CO., L'd..
M-U Mt Avtnlt m tht ItmeaHau Jiuwi
IMPUKTF.lt AND DUALKK IN
GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, FLOUR and PEED.
Prwb California Roll Batter ind Island Batter
ttT ALWAYS ON HAND 0
lei Goods Received by Ever; Steamer trom Sao ft&uckai
gWt- All Unlsn tatltitiilly atlnil Uk
uooitatl and iMMksd witU eartt.
Linouui Block, Kino Stbsw-t,
ttOTB TKlKi'HU.NKH 'MO-
Provision Dealers & Naval Supplies
Freeh Goodi by Every California Steamer.
ICK - HOUSE GOODS - A - SPECIALTY
Iblakm Oourw Solicjitbo. Ci
II. K. MchNTYKE & BKO.,
mroBTRas 4x0 uksI.khs is
Groceries, - Provisions - and - feed.
Naar Uoodt Keoniwi by Erery Packet from the Kaitara Btatci and Kurupa
rBfcSH CALIFORNIA l'HODUCE BY- EVERY STRAUKH
ail Ontar lalthdilly attsuUed to ami OocnIs DellTurwl tn ant
Im.i Oausaa SoLtoirao
W. W. AHANA.
333 ITviu rM DUMt
Kulhu, Scolcb and American Goods.
Btyle suit Pit Guaranteed,
Cleaning & Ropuiring
lototl Tela. 668. P. 0. Boi
70X2 BALE I
Delivered Twice Daily
TO ANY J'AHT OK TIIK OITV
MstUl 507-TELEPHONE8- Bell 460
UM-liu 1' IHKNUKKQ, I'rup.
FTO YEN KRE & CO.,
41 Niiuann Htrv
TinMithft. Plmblno, Etc.
OrUNlk'BUV nl wj4aiuwu
-P. O B"X ST!
Kkt. Kori anu Alabba MTnsrr
-H 0 mix -or.
p l mix 146
H IM HTHRRTA.
Oaraw Botal k Raoano Btraate
Faraily Wines and Brandies
PORT ahi, SHERRY
S3 Yeara Olcl
Itntli MANAORK. lOui
WM. DA VIES,
Rigger & Stevedore,
KriTIMATKB AND CONTKAOTH OK
ALL KINDH OK WOUK.
Will run rt-BUlarly hetwevn thin Kirt anil
Waialun, Kawallmiul. Mokulela, Keaws
nnl uml Puitlkl on the Island of Oshu.
Kor FrolRlit, U., apply Ut the OajiUln,
IBtV liiiittlre at
ottlne ol J. B.
Hank, Kort strtwt.
OKVLON TXA AND JKWKLBT.
I II KO TO INKOKM THE l'Uni.IC
J that 1 hare oinml my Utura at Mo. 4U
Niiuann street with Ceylon Manufactured
Jewelry set with llables, Happblres, 1'ssrls,
eta. Jastfoelel soma Pure Oeylon Tea-
try It. Also, inman tianana ana jisnson
in intpattlou of my stock Is sail-
W. i. AUJHIBi
Sa ae ! i .1
Don't Be Handicapped
Rids the Best I
TIIKKR IH NOTlll.N'O I. IKK A
NOTIIl.NO QUITK 8(1 10l)I.
H. E WALKER.
Honolulu. H I
. Isrebinl ill
A. F. Medeiros & Co.
HuimI 6u, umlr ArllnKtou tluM.
Latest Patterns in Saltings
Itenotwd by Every Btenmr
PERFECT FIT OR NO BALE.
Oyater Oocktalla I
Bauer Brunnen i
Fredericksburg Boor I
Straight and Mixed Drinks
01 Ail Kinds and Best (Jiifllty.
Sonlhweat Cnruf r King k Nouiuu Sti.
I'KAOTIOAL . GUN-M ARKU I
I beg to Inform Rportlng Men and thf
General i'ttbllo that I hid prepared to Ue.
Pair and Kenovat every dtHorliitlon ol
Ireariui. Onni, Klllet and Uvvolvera
skillfully He-storked. Binning and JlniMi.
Ing done In any shade. Klrt-ol work
maiiiblp guaranteed. DtuUnuers promptly
mmiow WTMIarr Mnwin.mn
Tho hall of tho Thoosophical So
ciety upstairs in tho Foster block on
Ntiuanu stroot was well filled last
Friday night. Thoso assembled had
conio to hear Mrs.M.M. Thirds locturo
on Theosopht. l'robably as intolleo
tual n gnthonui' as could bo assem
bled in Honolulu listened with rapt
attention to tho latlv. She appear
ed before her nmlieuce in a simplo
aud neat dark brown houso-gown of
flowered silk-stuff. In nppearanco
Mrs. Thirds is sleuder and pro
possessing. Her voice is musical and
clear, and "her enunciation, though
rapid, is yet distinct and could bo
clcarlv hoard all over tint hall. Her
audieuco listened to her appreci
atively and not a sound disturbed
the ovon flow of her exposition of
Theosophy in its relation to Chris
tianity. At tho eloso of tho locturo
lion. M. 1'. Kobinsou announced
that tho dalo of the next locturo
would bo given nnticoof in the press.
Spaco forbids giving moro thau tho
substnttco of her address, which was
as follows: In a few prefatory re
marks, which sho explained wero in
answer to certain remarks nnd ques
tions which had been nut hero in
Honolulu ns to Theosophy nnd Its
nature, Mrs. ThirdsslatedthatTltoo
sophy was a religion tho oldest in
tho world for it was truth: tho es
sence of all religions. It was a philo
sophy, nay it was philosophy, for it
explained thoroughly tho causes and
mode of all thing;). It was n science,
ail science, for it was truth inherent,
though not material. Summed up
Theosophy included all true religion,
philosophy and science, ntid yet
reached beyond them all. It was
Thco-sophy, divine widom. Theo
Htiphy was not Buddhism, yet it in
cluded Duddhism aud utoro beside.
It was not Christianity yet it in
cluded Christianity. I'.very system
of religion had as its base tho essen
tials of truth, but in practice ami
by lapse of years these truths wero
overgrown and obscured by tho
crystallizations of men's interpreta
tions of tho written doctrine and
had become creeds. Thuosophists
themselves could belong to atiy
church. Tho head of tho society,
Colonel Olcott, was a Iiiddhit. Mrs.
Dcsant had declared herself a Hin
du. Others wore Christians Mus
sulmans. Dot each respected tho
other's belief aud tlid uot try to
force it on others. Theosophy
sought to unite all men of all races
nnd creeds in one universal brother
hood and in tho common cauno of
truth. Theosophy was objected to
as imprnctic.il, ns not suited to this
work-a-day world. This was not so.
Wo should even if our surroundings
and physical nud social necessities
provcutcd us from action think tho
iiigluT, tho nobler nud tho purer
thoughts. This would prepare tho
seed for lh purer and better life of
tho future. Theosophy is the only
practical method of improving tho
world. Not that it is necessary to
change our practical duties. It is
butter to do our own dtit- poorly
than to tlo another's well. Hut wo
can nnd must think tho better and
the higher thoughts. Theosophy is
not antagonistic to Christianity
tho Christianity of Christ. His
teachings wero themselves Thcoo
phy, tho best that have over been
tntight. lint ue do uot follow tho
creeds or say that one is Letter
than another. Theosophy does
not teach tho idea of a persoual
Ood above ami hovond tho universe.
Tho principle of Deity is unlimited',
it is everywhere nud everything.
Truly does the Hible say in him wo
live nnd tnovo and have our being.
A souls Theosophy holds aru un
created, they are n part of the un
born essence, tho universal princi
ple. Wo believe iu Chrint ns rovenl
ed. Like all the great sages who have
revealed ami reallirmed the truth ho
was really and trulyas"ii(if God. Tho
church has lost the key to tho truth,
and Theosophy comes to it ns nu
ally to help men to find it again.
The doctrine nllirmed iu tho Bible
as a man rows so shall ho reap is
true. Tho world can only reach true
happiness and progress by substi
tuting tho interest of tho whnlo for
tho Interest of self. Theosophy
with its ethical philosophy tolls us
how theso chauges for tho better are
to be brought about by first exalting
the mental plane of each. Only by
Improving the individual can you
improve tlio mass.
After explaining tho doctrine of
reincarnation and its elTects of con
stant return to this world till tho
soul had satisfied its full longings
aud aspiratinus and quoting from
the Bible to prove that Christ taught
reincarnation himself, Mrs Thirds
concluded her oloqueut address by
a forcible description of whnt we
can bo and will be if Theosophy
rules and fills our soul.
Ourioua Oatcb Quostions.
A vessel with a crow of 80, half
whito nnd half blaulc, ran nhort of
provisiotiH. Fearing tho death of all
it was nrrauged to throw half of
them ovurhoard. Thoy woro arrant
oil on duck and uvorj ninth man was
thrown overboard. In oottrho of
titntt in th rognlar order each hlaek
man wan thrown ovurhoard. How
was this done?
Subtract 15 from 'l,r and leave 'IT)
as a remainder.
What Ihreo ti'urea niultipliod by
1 gives r?
Add 1 to ) aud maltu il 20.
Provontiou la Butter
Than cure, nnd thoso who aru sn l
ject to rheumatism can provent at
laeKh hy IteepiiiL' tho blood piironnd
freo from I ho ncid which causes tho
diboabo. You unit rely upon Hood's
Sarsapnrilln ns n remedy for rheu
matism and catarrh, alto for every
form of scrofula, gall rlieiim, hoils
aud other diseases caiiHed Uy impure
hlood. It tones and vllaliim tht
are easy nud gentle
Alt kiwi uj (JomvmiM Printing
promjJlly evoul"' nt to niI
Save Italf the Amount of Tour Oil
Bill Through Saving in Pigment.
Every painter should uo Lucot iu
stead of Linseed Oil, because!
1. I.ccot. Is more dnrtM than I.lnsced
a. IjCcol Is more economical than Lin
WOOF THAT LUCOL IS MORE
Six years of actual uso in exterior
houxo painting in California (tho
most trying climnto for paints), In
tho burning heat of thd Arizona Des
ert, the Arctic cold of Alaska, nnd on
tho Atlantic coast, havo fully nnd
practically shown that Lvcoi. always
outwears Linseed Oil under tho same
conditions. All tho ncid works in
San Francisco havo discarded Lin
seed Oil for Li'cot..
ILLUSTRATE THIS YOURSELF.
Put strong ammonia on Linseed nnd
Lticol paints. The Linseed paints
are destroyed iu n few minutes; tho
Lucol paints arc practically unnflccl
cd. PROOF THAT LUCOL IS MORE
Break up 1 lbs. paste white lead
In one pint ol Lfcot., nnd tho saute
quantity in one pint of Linseed Oil.
Spread the paints on similar dark
surfaces for comparison. Tho Lucol
naiut spreads ns far ns and covers
much better than tho Linseed paint.
To get equally good covering with tho
Linseed taint you have to use 2 lbs.
of whim lead to one pint of Linseed
Oil. This menus a saving of lb. of
paste lead to each pint of Lircot, used,
or 0 llx. to every gallon, equivalent
to your saving mure than half tho
first cost of the Lttcot..
Li'cot. is not in competition with
cheap Linseed Oil substitutes.
Agents for the Hawaiian Islands
Visitors, Picnic Parties, Loans
At Smith's Bur and Livkkv
Staiilks, Ivixo Stkkkt,
Adjoining Metropolitan Mnat Market,!
In the Cheapent Place In Town von can
gt ltUMfN, WuKonctieR, Itiiggiea and
tfmldli Homes. It will pay yon to call
and tee before you try elitewliere.
VING FAT CHAN
Iteg to Inform the pnbllo that they
Branch Store at lo. 322 looann Street,
Where tbey carry a complete line of
IIKDItOOM 8KT8, OHAIKB,
BTAND8, Etc., Ktc., Ktc.
Pnraltura Rapaind and Oenaral Jobbing
t RaaMoabla Sataa.
VING FAT CHAN,
82! Nunanu Street.
Bell Tel, 881. Mutual Tel. 607.
P. O. BOX 321.
li & ISO KOUT BTUKBT.
A 1.1, ITU
Onluru from the other Islands In
Baildlag, Trunadng, Painting, Etc., Eto.
Promptly Attended to.
W. W. WUIGIIT, Fiuii.
lHiliwHH4ir to 0 WeNt.)
NOTICE TO PASSENGERS.
1 I.L I'KIIHONB 1NTKN1MNU TO
l take umn oil Hummers ol the
liiler-Ulnim Btvitm Navli;utlon Cn from
Honolulu, nrtt In-ruby riiiiiontcd to pur
rlmnti tickets ut the Whnrf Ultlee of the
Company Im-Ioiu eiubarkluu. and uny pas
M'ii(!itr fuilliiK to do so shall be suhjret to
pay t rcmt of the regular far In addi
tion thereto. This rule will be strictly en
forced from and after the 1st day of August
proilmo. W. II. UOIlVltKY.
W. H, alol.ua, Heo'y, P.ldW
UawalnlH lnl It ttul loas v
Hotel Street (Arlington Block)
Jnst Received another InTotre of
Japanese Fancy Goods
- AND -
Plain and Figured Silk and Crape.
MORNING GOWNS gZ?
Plain 811k and Embroidered.
Silk and Cotton Kimonos
Bilk Fans, Cnshlons,
Embroidered Bilk Tea Coslet
Table Covers. Bed Covers,
Bilk 8asbes, Neckwear.
Beautiful China Ware!
Batad Bowls, Bon-bon Dishea,
Pistes, Etc., Ktc, EU).
Bilk and Cotton Pajamas.
Hags, Elegant Ump Shades,
Bamboo Canes, Lnncli Baskets,
Bamboo Vallsei. Japanese Try
KU. tftfl., Etc.. Eta.
Mrs. J, P, P. Gollaco, Proprietress.
K ttluS$ vv
L TO MAN. A
- KIIUL LINK Of -
Japanese1.' Goods 1
SHI and Cottoo Dress Goods,
Silk, Liouu anil Crape Shirts
- UK OOMH.KTK HTOCK -Mads
by Yamatoya of Yokohama.
ttf When yon are In need of any Hue
ol Japanese Uoodt, give us Brut rm'.I rvt
savo going all around town.
ITOH A -N",
aOS SPozt St, ziaavz CiOton-k 3Xojub
Corner Nuuinu i Bold Siret
New Goods! Now Goods!
KWKIVBI) JlY BVKKYhTKAMKIL
Silk Dress Goods,
- ALL CtlUlllH-
.IAI'AsNKSE SILK CIlAPE,
Plain and llrooaled;
JAFANKHK COTTON URAI'K.
Silk Shirts and Night Sblrtt,
Bilk Rlnuaes. Hllk Neckties,
Handkamblefx, Bbawla, hnabes,
Hosiery and lihemlses,
JaMinHt Trays, Ilamboo Fcreeim.
Tea Bet. Khmer Put, Kic., Ktc.
Prices Cheaper than Ever I
THIS space is
Pioneer Furniture Co.
MHand All Kiiik Htreev.
3 TO . :m.
Ihi not (oricet the time Ui ring np
N. V. BTjrxOElf3B
It still prepared to rvpslr Harden Hoae.
Hprluklers, Water Tapit, KIIIiik Saws and
sharpenluK all kinds tools, Including Car?
Ing Knives and Holbsors. Lawn Mowers a
specialty. Also Betting Glass. Iu fact all
kiuds of Jotiblna Work rl led for and re
turned trwt tf
Corner Klnit ft Nuusnu Hts.
Knw. Wnt.T(B, itii Manager.
Finest ol Wines & Liquors
Billiard &t Reading Room
MS TO rATUOhu.
XC-trSTT.A.X, TELETOOHr 373.
Dishes and (lltiHsware Wanted I
Clocks. Watoliis nnd Jewelry Wanted I
Old (lold nud Bllver Wautedl
SH nnw 4
Oiilio Hail way k m Co.
OKKKB5 TUB PUBLIC
Another 6rt Opportunity
To sVor Home to Ou Of tka Moat
rdtghirul Locatltlea to b
rouad ta tka Paradtw
of the PactBe.
As a bralthy reeon-Pearl Oily has
already established an enviable reputation.
Many good olUsens In this oommuulty
have experienced the wonderful effect pro
dnced by a few days sojourn In that dry,
cool atmosphere, and glva grateful testi
mony to the relief they have almost In
stantly gained from severe and long con
tinued altackt of asthma. Physicians
acquainted with the climate of l'earl City
recommend It as a natural sanitarium.
THE WATER SUPPLY
And can be increased to men the needs of
a population equal to the lariraet dty In
Paor. A. B. Lions of Oaun College la
our anlborlty tor stating that 'the watar
supply I the tuirrat yet dlsrovvrvt) In this
Special iQUiicouieoii u Bart; Stilton:
Kor tUlirty itays from date e lll sell
UT8 UN Sl'KUlAL 1ER.MB favurabl. to
bona-dde aettltrs. For a term of thre
months from date, lumber and all build
Ing materials will be supplied, aud deliver,
ed at Pearl City at much lower price thai,
ever before obtained.
For further particulars, call at this offloa
or on any of the lumber dealers in this
city. Those who now own lota aa wall aa
those who propone to become residents of
that growing city, will do well to embrace
this opportunity. Those who avail them
selves of this offer, within the time named,
will be entitled to, and will receive the
For a term of ten yean, this Company
will carry such residents and tbelr faiulliea
from Pearl City to Honolulu In the mora
Ing arriving a little before seven o'clock,
and from Honolulu to Pearl City in the
evening leaving Honolulu station a little
after Ave o'clock), for ten cents each way,
a rata less than one cant par mile. The
rates on all other passenger trains running
during the day or night will be IK cent
per mile first class, and 1 cent per mile
A good school is about to be opunaU In
the Penlusula, In the fine, large, new
school-bouse erected by Mr. J. T. Water
house, llesldenta living at Pearl City
heights, (above Pearl City station! and
those having homes ou the Peninsula, will
be allowed to ride free on regular trains
between Pearl City autlons to and from
Those who waut to continue to send their
children to schools in Honolulu, can hare
transportation on all regular trains to and
from Pearl City, for the purpose of attend
ing school, at live cents each way for each
puplL This is equal to 21 to 36 miles ride
for ten cents.
Equal inducements for those desiring to
secure homes In this country have never
before been offered to the public
This Company has been requested from
abroad to name the price of all their un
sold land In that locality.
Bbould a clearance sale be made to a
syndicate, no opportunity like the present
would again occur for the pnrchatt ot
home at Pearl City.
"A Word to the Wise ts
OAHl) RAILWAY & LAND CO,
II. K. UliXINdHAM,