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I National Cane Shredder! 1 1
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THE ORIENTAL WAR
THB UNDEKHIUNK1) HAVE BEEN APPOINTED SOLE AOKNTt FOK
these Shurdukhh utnl uro now preiniri'd to receive ordure.
Tno grt HtlvauUgos to bo derived (mm tliu use ol tho National Oank
rtlikiODKB are thoroughly eelrt oils hud and oknowlcilgel by Planter
The Urge, niunbor of l'lautcm ueing tliem iu the United ritnlen, Culm,
Argentine Republic, IVru, Australia 4itl otsowhertt, rm.ir witness to thr
The um oi tlio Hn KKiiiiBK very Urnely augment tb- tiumitity ol ctw
the mill can grind (25 to MX), alo tho extraction ol julco (,( to 12).
It in a grt-At sufcguanl, making known at once tho pretence ol an)
pieces of iron, stakes from cars, or anything which would be liable to damage
the mill, and allowing ample time to remove mtum before damaging the null.
The BHHKDDKK in very strongly made, and from the manner ol Its opera
tion it out or toars these pieces ol wood or iron without often breaking tho
Hukkddkh; And if anything breakit, it i simply come of the knives or cutters,
which can be quickly and economically replaced. Thu Miirkddkk, as its
name indicates, tears tho caue into shreds ol varying lengths, poifeclly open
ing it and allowing the mill to thoroughly press out tho juices without re
quiring the immense extra power uoerssary to grind or crush the whole
cane. Tho Hhhkodkk spreads tho shredded cane uniformly and evenly to
the mill rolls, and docs away with the necessity of spreading thu bagasse by
band between the mills, whore regriuding is in use. No greater amount of
boiler capacity it required to operate the Hhkeddku than that which wa
sufficient for the mill, for the attove reason. We furnish full working
drawings for tho installation of our Hiikkddkkm, enabling any competent en
gineer to succcsiifully limtall and sUrt thum.
Iu ordering SltkKDDKUS from us, pleaso send email sketch, showing the
diameter and width of the mill mils with which rltihKDUKk is to be connected,
also the side (either right or led hand as you (aco the delivery side of the
mill;, upon which thu mill engine is located, also the height from door line
to center of front mill roll shall, and di-Unce center this shaft to (rout end
of bed plate. These Shhkdukhh are now being used by tho llilo flugat Co.
and Hawi Mill, Kohata, whuro they are giving great satisfaction.
g0 Prii- and further particular may be had by applying U
WM. G. IRWIN & CO., L'd..
MAMf (bit AijrnU fm IS HtnmtUm hliiwis
Golden Rule Bazaar.
F. Reynolds, : Prop.
Don't Be Handicapped
Rids the Best I
Groat Powers Boported to Havo
San Francisco, August 16. Tho
steamer City of Peking will sail to
day for China and Japan,, with an
other largo cargo of (lour and
canned goods. She will take about
1500 barrels of flour and 2900 cases
of canned meats and fruits.
London, Aug. 10. At tho Japa
nese legation nothing has been heard
of tho sinking of seven Chinese ships
by thu Japauoso fleet. Thu report
Tho Shanghai correspondent of
tho Times says GO.00O Japanese
troops aro already in Corea and
others aro constantly landing. Tho
Chinoso fleet is oassivo. Tho corre
spondent adds: "Tho war fovor inn
Japan is intense and universal. Tho
itross and nonular orators aro advo
cating schemes for tho conquest of
Manchuria. Thero is a strict cen
sorship over news. Everything re
pot ted concerning tho war is ex
A Shanghai correspondent says
that the Governor of Formosa offers
six thousand taels fur tho destruc
tion of any big Japanese warship,
four thousand for small warships,
two hundred for the heads of Japa
nese oflieuri, and one hundred for
tho head of a private.
1 hn Central rsnns buanRliat corre
spondent sa3&: A fleet of eight ves
sels is reported to have passed Clin
Foo on August 14, bound westward.
Chineso oflicers arn joining Chinese
troops in Corea in largo numbors.
The steamships Tnku and Smith
havo gone back to the Chinese flag.
Tiiey left Shanghai yesterday laden
with troops and rico. It is reported
hero that both France and llussia
have an understanding favorable to
Japan, and England and Germany
are favorable to China.
A despatch received iu London on
the 11th from Yokohama says that
in an engagement between thu Japa
nese and Chinese fleets on tho 11th
the Japanese were victorious.
"Your Ufa la Not Worth a Straw."
well wonder if thoro aro many such
doctors in England.
Cases like this show that the clear
sight belonged to Mother Soigolj
and to her remedy hosts of people
in this couutry aro indebted for
physical salvation when, in very
truth, their llvos soomod as straws.
Remembor this was ten years ago,
and tho malady has not returned,
showing that tho euro was a perma
Mechanics' Home, corner Hotl
and Nuuanu street. JLodgiug by
day, week or month Terms: 25 and
50 cents r niuht: tl ami J1.2fi per
"Stock Chief;1 13,444.
Hslflhl, 19.2. Weight, 1,300.
p o mix xri
IMPORT Kit AND DKALElt IN
GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, FLOUR and FEED.
rresb California Roll Butter and Island Battel
VT ALWAYS ON HAND Jt
lei Goods Received by Every Steamer from San Fraucisa '
mtr All Ordtn Ulthfdllr attend to. HsiMst'tlon KtisrmitMil. IkuihI unur
4tettl nd pftcknl with cr.
Linooln Blocs, Kino Srssrr, lirr. Kort nan Alaska HmxrTB.
Specially selected for this Country.
. Inn the per vices ol n stnlllun flimtld not
Inll to exnmlnn this beautiful animal. For
Indlvtiltinlltv he hs nu (wcr in tlice Isl
omit. His size, color, conformation, ills
jtosltlon. line breedliiK nml nilKrb trotting
finalities itnco htm in tho loreinuU ranks.
lnvnllo at thus of service. He-
turn privileges granted. Information fur
nished, apiily to
A. It. HOW AT. D. V. H.,
Veterinary luftrninry.'JOAKIngst .Hono
BOTH TKI.RI'HONKii 210
I'. O. HOX r.
11 T I I
u in i
Provision Dealers & Naval Supplies
Preth QooJi by Erery CaliioreU Steamer.
ICK - IIUUSE - GOODS - A - SPECIALTY.
llUSM OtlbKRS SoLiniTCO. ft tfT S&TISPSOTION OnsHAMTHKD.
P. U H(IX 144
II. K. MolNTYKE & HKO.,
IMrilRTSM 4Nn OS A f. MS l
Groceries, Provisions - and - Feed.
N fuod Uisxlyad ttj Krxry J'iu:ket from tbs Knatttru buten ttnd Kuro
KKK8B CALIFORNIA - 1'ICODUCE - BY - BVBUT HTF.AMER
TIIKKK IB NOTIIINO I.IKK A
NUTlllNO (JIMTK HO (IIIOIi.
H. E. WALKER.
Atiit Monolnlu. H I.
Coinoilm Block. Nrrl)iiil St
ai) omit fAithfoii
attanded to and Oool
of tiit 'ltv KKKG.
U4ll?iri ui nj
tkiaxu Okdiw Souoitku SaTtsroTioN tJt,,
ITHr tVIKNKK IfllKf SM KIM HTKKK.TB.
W. W. AHANA.
333 XTM-u.mJai Strt.
EBUau, Scotch and American Goods.
Btyle and Fit Unarantt.
Oleauiug & Repairing
lutDil Tele. 668. P. 0. Box (4V
Pur e!SB Milk
FOR SALE I
Delivered Twice Daily
TO ANY I'AUT OK THR UITY.
Hitul 507-TELEPH0HE8- Ball 460
nniar Hotsl k Sooauo ftfraaU
Family Wines and Brandies
53 Years Old
B3. N. R.E3QXJA.,
IU2 MANAQKH. dm
VVM. DA VIES,
Rigger k Stevedore,
KHIiMATKH AND CONTKAOTH ON
AM. KINDS OK WOUK.
Will ran re Kiilsrly Imlwt-f n tliih iort and
Walaliia, Kawallmpal, Mokulela, Keaws
nni ami t'milkl on the Inland of Oslin.
Knr KrelK'it. tn., apply to the ('aptalii
I rsfc. ImiiilrH at
I over bprtKkeii
olllcf of J. H. Walker
liank, Kort Htiet. 57 If
nO YKN KUffl & CO.,
o ftmumi Htret
TiMHiitba, Plimbing. Etc.
OROOKKKY and OI.AUHWAHK.
OKYLON TEA AND JBWELBY.
1 II KO K) INKOK.M THK IMfltl.lO
1 thai I luvf oiwnnd my Hlors at No. 1
Nuiianu ttrvol Mllti Oylou Msnulaotureil
Jewelry ot with llnhlen, fispphlres, 1'oarls
tc Just rwlv"l wmin Pnrti ()vlnn Ta
tryH .' InillHti llxiii arid lannn
(.'li'.irM An InaiR-vtlon of mv took ii soil
clmd. W. J HADltiH,
No. i'J Nuuanu itrt.
Goo so lid a led
Com pan j,
A. F. Medeiros & Co.
Mtu'ohaut H Tailors.
Hotel Ut., iiiuler ArllnuUin Hotsl.
Latest Patterns in Suitings
ItwelTed hy tovviy Ht4aiuitr
PERFECT FIT OR NO SALE.
AT THE ANCHOR
Oystor Cocktails I
Bauer Brunnen I
Fredericksburg Beer I
Straight and Mixed Drinks
Of All Kinds and Uert Quality.
Soutbwsst norner King & Nuuanu F.Ih
I'FIAOTIOAL - GUN-MAHKlt
I beu to Inform HportliiR Men
Oennrai I'uhllo that I am prepared to
patr and llenovat every deunriptlon of
Firearms. Uuiis, Klfles ami itevolveri"
skillfully Ke-utooked. UlueinKaud Jlrown
liiK done in any shade. Kirst-nlhiis woik.
uiunahlp Kuarant'Hd (lntinierti prnmiitlr
UNION HTIIRKT, IIONOI Ul.U.
Dr. LIEBIG & CO.
Sifflnl Ihtlmi fur CIhiihIc,
l)r I.IuIi'k'n Invliforntor thu Krvulrat u
iiidiIv fur Ki lillmtl WeiiklH'Si l.0Hnnf Mtn
liooiiuiid l'rlvutii i)littni''i'loveri)'iiiifs lr
iiiutureiicHH and prepuuit ull for iiinrrliiKu
ilfu'adiitleM. pleasures mid rfnHiiHtUllltUti ;
$1 trie I liotilu given or mit frre to any onu
deai:rihliiKS)iiiptoiiiiij tall or mldrcts IU0
(Jeary Ht . private entrance 4W MaMin Hi.,
Han Wsuolioo. 1 1 13 XI I y
Not worth a straw, ehT Thon it.
was worth just, nothing not hitijr nt
all. Who tins not need that com
parison a thousand times to x)ress
uhsoluto worlhlussnesst A sir aw?
Tho wind blows it away, firo liurns
il up, cnttlo tread it in tho mud, it
rots hy tho roadside. What of ill
Who i'ars for a straw!
Yet thli is tixaotly what a doctor
recently said to ono of his patlculs,
" Jour Ujf u iiof north a Ktiuw."
How much is n doctor worth who
will speak so to ono that trusts him,
and has no hope hut in his skill?
For my part, if he wero up for sale
at miction, I would hid ono xtinw
for him no tnoru. Kvon if what ho
said was true, ho had no riht to
Kay it. Such a doctor is nioro likely
to kill with his tonguo than to euro
with his drugs.
A woman tolls tho story, and sho
tells it well. If it doesn't sound
like tho truth, thun I don't know
what over does. Tho datos and
fuels aro all there, plain and or
derly. "In tho summer of 1878," she says,
"I found myself feeling tired, lan
guid, low-spirited and weak. 1 felt
as if some evil was ahout to happen.
My appetito was poor, and aftor
uMing I had excruciating pain at
my loins and sides. Thorn was a
horrible pain at the pit of my sto
mach, and a rising in tho throat as
if I should cholto. My head felt as
though I had a ton weight on it
Gradually I got worse, ami for
mouths could take only Imuid food.
At night 1 lay awake for hours to
gether. "Later on I suffered greatly from
nervous prostration. My legs trem
bled and shook so I feared to fall.
If a knock camu to tho door I trem
bled from head to foot. I had fro
quuut attucks which began with
palpitation of tho heart and sudden
stoppage of the breath. At these
times 1 was speechless and helpless.
They say I looked like a corpse, cold
and bloodless, my fingernails and
lips having turned black. Aftor a
while this would pass oft", leaving
me weak and prosttato. I got so
emaciated aud thin that I was ouly
a buy ofbnurt, and so weak I had to
take hold of thu furniture to steady
myself as 1 crossed (he room. As
time went on the nervousness and
forebodings of evil so increased that
I feared 1 should go out of my
mind. Tho neighbors said it would
be a mercy if tho Lord would re
lease inn from my nufleritigs.
"Iu this condition I continued for
over four years, linrii; uiit fms
cmiHuUrd five thwUm, but nothing
they gave mo did any good. They
all said my ailment was heart
disease, and ono said, ' 1'onr life is
not worth a straw.'
"Iu despair I gave up taking
physic, as I felt that nothing would
savo me. In May, 1882. ten years
ago, a lady (Mrs. Hichardsoii) called
at my house, told mo of Mother
Soigpl's Curative Syrup, aud strong
ly advihod me to try it. 1 did so,
aud felt somewhat better after the
first bottle; aud by tho time 1 had
taken three bottles I was completely
cured. From that to this I havo
had no return of tho attacks, and
am so stroug I can do auy kind of
work. But for Seigel's Syrup 1
should havo beeu in my grave long
ago. I wish others to kuow this,
aud will Auswor auy who call or
write." (Signed) Ejjma Wickcnuun
(wife of William Wickondon. gar
dener), Pembroke Villas, 123, Moffat
Koad, Thornton Heath, March
So it turned out that her life was
not ouly worth a straw, but worth a
whole golden harvest of health and
better days. Vet no thanks to the
doctors. Her complicated symp
toms puzzled aud alarmed them, to
bo sure, but why? Is it not the doe
tors' duty to understand such things?
Most assuredly. Just as a lawyer
should know the law. or a pilot thu
rocks, tides, aud lights of a coast.
Had Home of these medical men
known that Mis. Wlekeudeu'H mala
dy was Indigestion and dyspepsia,
and not heurt disease, they might
possibly havo relieved her. Hut,
confuted by the symptoms, they
worn blind to tho cause. Wo may
"IvA MAILE" Store will
hold a Clearance Sale of t'fs
Stock of Goods beginning
Thursday, Aug. Olh, and con
tinue to the end of the month.
This Store xvill go out of
hufiincsR at that time.
Come and pick out what
yon, want before il is all gone.
For Sale I
Used but little. As rood ft' new. Bold on
accouut of owner leaving the country.
YW. Call or addre
1104 MIT KlnrHr
Rave Half tho Amount of Tour Oil
Bill Through Saving in Plgmont.
Every painter should uso Lucot. In
stead of Linseed Oil, because:
1. Lccou ts moro !nrrtM than Unseed
2. Ldcoi. I more ttunomtcttt than Lin
PUOOK THAT LUCOL IH MOKE
Six years of actual tuc In exterior
bouru pointing in California (tho
most trying climate for rmliils), in
the burning heat of tho Arizona Des
ert, tho Arctic cold of Alneka. aud on
the Atlantic coast; have fully and
practically shown I list Li'coi. always
outwears Linseed Oil under thu sumo
conditions. All tho acid works iu
tfun Francisco have dioc.trdcd Lin
seed Oil for Lucol..
ILLUSTKATE THIS YOUUSELF.
Put strong ammonia on Linseed and
Lucol paints. Tho Linseed paints
aro destroyed In a low minutes; tho
Lucol paints uro practically unaffect
PROOF THAT LUCOL IS MOKE
Brcsk up 1 lbs. paste white lead
in onu pint of Lt:cot., and tho same
quantity iu ono pint of Linseed Oil.
Spread tho paints on similar dark
surfaces for comparison. Tho Lucol
paint spreads as far as and covers
much better than tho Linseed p.dnt.
To get equally good covering with the
Linscrd paint you havo to uso 2) lbs.
of white lead to ono pint of Lin seed
Oil. This means a ravint; of 9 lb. of
pasto load to each pint of Lticoi, used,
or 0 lbs. to every gallon, equivalent
to your saving mnru than half the
tlrst coat of tho Lticou
Li'L'Of. Is not iu competition with
cheap Linseed Oil substitutes.
1 VI- v"i
Agent for the Hawaiian Islands
"THE WORLD DO MOVE"
And so does the Mesoni(er Bcvliym
havu umiintt'i their Mt-Hkoiifjori on
Ml Ihr Wi'iglit
bj any tier
"MONT BE A
will ilrllvir I'a' tfujf'H (tin to
or "uasiyiM iimeKur iiihii
ineihtxl and imiulu'hiwper
L. M. .JOHNS5n7 : : Manager,
oroal 599 TELEPHOUE Ball 558
Will tnke a limited unmoor of Pitplli
Mesldenee: I.lllha Street.
Mutual Telephone 183
Visitors, Picnic Parties, Loans
I' LjJU 1
JOHN T. BR.O"WN,
Denier in Hawaiian and Foreign Postage
Stamps. 1'. O. llox 111, Honolulu.
HlK'iCNt prices given for Onuaed and Heed
Hawaiian Httfiup In exchange for other
countries from llrst-cluis approval sheets.
Sheets forwarded to nny part of tho iBlands
on application with town reference.
J T. It Is open to meet auy collectors hy
Partner Wanted in Oil Vanoerlng.
Vwj , , Ae
At Smith's Bus and Livkhy
Staiilks, Kino Stkkkt,
lAdJotnhiK Metropolitan Ment Mnrkct,)
Is the Oheni-t risen In Town yen can
et Hasten, Wa
and ee heforu you
you to call
It will pay
Work to order. Would tike to net a
Partner In the business, to furnish ma
chinery and, if detlrable, learn the buui-
neat. Ua7e water power. Bamplei of the
work raq be seen at the Him.i.ktin Ollicu.
10UI liu WIU.IAM MAN.HN.
pPOKRSrtOn IHlADbKY GIVES LES
L koun iu blimlnKi I'iauo, Violin and
'Cullo. TeruiK, J an hour: il, half hour.
HaviiiK hsd 'Jn yeara' exienmce as Or
guuist and Choir Trainer, he Is open to an
ennatiement In thorn, citpicltlej, Heat of
testimonials. Al Emma street. Mutual
Telephone WX IIIA-Uw
lluom for sliiKle gen
tleman initiated on Here,
tanla vtreet, 10 minutes'
walk from Peat Ollicu. Address
VINO FAT CHAN
Bex to In tor m the public that they
bare opened a
Branch Store at Ho. 322 Hooanu Street.
Where they carry complete ilueul
ItKPUtlOM BETB, CHAlltB,
BTANDB, EU)., Kto., Etc.
PwDltnrt Hepitrsd and General Jobbing
I Remsouibla Balsa
VI NG FAT CHAN,
3i Nuuaiin Htreet.
Beu. Teu 881. Mutual Tkl.
P. o. HOX 321.
A I WAIKIKI 1INTHK
iimrturs for one or two Bin
ele Uentlemeu: board oik.
lloiml; bathing facilities good,
linn-tf UTtl.l.KTfN OFFlflK.
Fine House and Lot
riMIK (INDEUSIUNEI) OFKEKB FUK
1 aale that Fine Homextead on the
mnuku side ot ileretuuiu t-trt-rt, 100 feet
eatit of 1'eiinucola at ret t. Thr lot hay a
front of Km feet tint a depth ol 143 feet. A
(lood Dwelling House iu good reimlr; con
tains Parlor, Dining-room Kitchen, I'no
try, llidroom, Hulh uiul Water t)lot aud
nu olllei1 on the lower tloor with Four (lood
lledrooms on second tloor There Is a aiili
Ntuutiul liitru. containing Two HtalK room
lor two carriages. Wood Bhed and Her
rauU' Hoom, a BerTunta' W, I), and Two
OimhI IVm.ixioU. Further utrtlnulars of
W It. ('astle, or of
liNU-tf N. F. UUUUEBB.
rriage M a n u f int ry
128 & 130 KOKT BTKBKT.
Onters from the other Islanda In
Building, Truaatlug, Painting, Etc., Etc,
Promptly Attended to.
W. W. WIUG1IT, Phop.
(BumiehHor to U, West.)
Datin liailwav & Id Co.
nKTKUS THK PUBLIC
Another Great Opportunity
To Bw:ur Home In Ono of thu Moat
DollKhtful LocskUUaa to b
found In tha Paradlsw
fit the Psvctflo.
Ar a healthy resort Pearl Otty baa
already enublUhed an euTlabla repotatlon.
Many good cltlwns In this community
hftTe experienced tha wonderfal sffsot pro
duced by a few days sojourn in that dry,
cool atmosphere, and irlra graUfol testi
mony to the relief they hare almost In
stantly gained from seyere and long con
tinued attacks of asthma. Physicians
acquainted with the climate of Pearl City
recommend It as a natural sanitarium.
THE WATER SDPPLY
IS AMPLE I
Andean be I noreaeed to meet U needs of
a population equal to the largest city In
Paor. A. 0. Ltomi ot Oabo College la
our authority for stating that the water
xnpply I the parent yet d I scots red In this
Specim InoucoiDtiuU to Kwlj Sttlws:
For ninety days from date we will Mil
LOTH ON BPKOIAL THUMB favorable to
bona. tide settlers. For a term of three
months from date, lumber and all build
ing materials will be supplied, and deliver
ed at Pearl Oily at much lower prloe than
ever before obtained.
For further particulars, call at this office
or on any of the lumber dealers In thla
city. Those who now own lota aa well aa
those who propose to become residents of
that growing city, will do well to embrace
this opportunity. Those who avail them
selves of thla offer, within the time named,
will be entitled to, ahd will receive the
following benefits i
For a term of ten years, thla Company
will carry such residents and their families
from Pearl Olty to Honolulu In the morn
ing arriving a little before seven o'clock,
aud from Honolulu to Pearl Olty in the
evening leaving Honolulu station a little
after five o'clock , for ten cents eaeh way,
a rate lees than one cent per mile. The
rates ou all other passeuger trains running
durlug the day or night will be IX cents
per mile first class, and t cent per mile
A good school Is about to be opened- In
the Peninsula, In the fine, large, new
school-house erected by Mr, J. T. Water
bouse. Residents living at Pearl Olty
heights, above Pearl Olty station) and
those bavin); homes on the 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
children to schools in Honolulu, can have
transportation on all regular trains to and
from Pearl City, for the purpose of attend
ing school, at nve cents eaoh way for each
pupil. This Is equal to 24 to 'X miles ride
for teu cents.
Equal Inducements for those desiring to
seaure homes In this country have never
before been ottered to the public
This (ompany has been requested from
abroad to name the price of all tbetr on
sold land In that locality.
Bhould a clearance aale be made to a
syudlcate, no opportunity like tha present
would again occur for the purchase ot
homes at Pearl City.
NOTICE TO PASSENGERS.
A I.I. I'KltHONB INTENDINU I'll
J take passage on Btuutners ol the
liiUir-lsluriii Bteain Navigation t-o., from
Honolulu, are luunliy requeued to pur
cha tlekuts at the Whirl Olllee of the
Company Iwforo tmilmrkliiK. and any pas.
neiiRui (ailing to do so shall be suhleot to
pay i iHtrceul ol the regular fare Iu audi
.Ion thereto. This rule will be ntrlntlv en.
forced from aud after the lstdayot August
pmliio W H oniiFltKY.
, ii. jiii:i.eas, neoy, rremtinni
Honolulu, July it, UUI. loss 7w
Word to the Win
OAHU RAILWAY & LAND GO,
H. K. DILMNiiliAM,