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Rational Gane Shredder
PtrilKTHI) IINIIBK THK I.AWH
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Tfl UNDERSIGNED HAVE BEEN APPOINTED SOLE AGENTH FOH
these riilkKUUEKs ami are now prepared to receive orders.
The great advantages to be derived from the use of the National Oan&
Hhmddkr aro thoroughly eetabliahnd and acknowledged by Plauter
The Urge uumber of Planters using them tu the United States, Cuba,
Argentine Itvpubliu, Peru, Australia ud elsewhere, bear witness tu the
The ueo of the Siikkiuikk very largely augments the uuuuttty of caut
the mill can grind (25 to MX), also the extractiun of juico (5 to V2).
It ia a great safeguard, making known at once the presence of any
pieoea of iron, nukes from cars, or anything which would be liable to damage
the mill, and allowing ample time to remove eante before damaging the mill.
The Biibeudkk ia very strongly made, and from the manner of its opera
lion it outa or tears these pieces of wood or iron without often breaking the
tJRHEDDXR; and it anything breaks, it is simply some of the knives or cutters,
which can be quickly and economically replaced. Thu Biikedubb, as Us
Mine indicates, tears the cauo into shreds of varying lougths, perfectly open
tag it and allowing the mill tu thoroughly press out the juices without re
quiring the immense extra power necessary to grind or crush the whole
cane. Tho Oiirkduer spreads the shredded cane uniformly and evenly to
the mill rolls, and does away with the necessity of spreading the bagasso by
hand betwoen tho mills, where regriudiug is in uso. No greater amount of
boiler capacity is required to operate the Hhrkduru than that which wa
sufficient for the mill, for the above reasons. Wo furnish full working
drawing! for tho installation of our tbiftKiiUKUfl, enabling any competent en
gineer to successfully Install and start them.
In ordering Uhkkddkks from us, pleaso send small sketch, showing the
diameter aud width of the mill rolls with which Hiihkudkk is to be connected,
also tho sido (eituor right or left hand aa you faco tho delivery sido of the
mill;, upon which tho mill engiuo is located, also tho height from floor line
to oentor of front mill roll shaft, aud distauce center this shaft to front end
of bed plate. These Shkkudek" are now being used by tho Hllo Sugar 1)0
and Hawi Mill, Kobala, where they are giving great satisfaction.
jjjaw" Prieao aud further particulars may bo had by applying U
WM. G. IRWIN & CO., L'd.,
MMf thl Aqentt fo tK Jlnvuikm ttttirul
IMi'OltTEH AND DEALEIl IN
GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, FLOUR and PEED.
Fmb California Roll Batter and Island Batter
0- ALWAYS ON HAND J
lei Goods EecelTBd by Ever; Steamer (rom Sao rtducbco
r Ail Orders lalthfillly attend U. Hntlsfemlou uaratiu1. Islam! tinier
solicited and packed with care.
Lincoln Bmck, Kino Stkkrt, Kkt. Font and Ai.ak.ca Sthkktii.
BOTH TKI.EPHONK 210
Importers. Wholesale it Retail Grocers
Provision Dealers & Naval Supplies
Pwtn Qoodi by Bf ery California Stuaaer.
ICE - HOUSE - GOODS - A - SPECIALTY.
(ftLAMM OaUkHi SoMOITBD. J& &T SiTUrAUTlON Gl'ASiWTKCD.
H. K. McjIiNTYKK & HIM).,
ik Ki st rue ma
Groceries, - Provisions - and - Feed.
New (food Keonlvml by Evr 1'nckel frnin tlte KutUirn Utatxti ami Kdftn
VUESB OALlPOKNIAj j'KODUCB -n- KVBBV 8TBAURR
all Onleni talthtiilly lleiidcJ u ami (I(kmU lifllrtd o u
Hart nl thr "Itv KIIKK
Jai.Aao Oauiu SouoiTaii STMr(rrio (Iuaiuntkcii
tAHT HIUMCK CiMII M ttINO MTKKKTB.
W. W. AHANA.
133 XTvL'uLn.u Strt.
Kailtsti, Scoicb and American Goods.
Style and Kit Guaranteed.
Cleaning & Repairing
MbioiI Tele. 668. P. 0. Box 144.
Pur e1 Milk
FOR. B-A.1L.E I
Delivered Twice Daily
TO ANY I'AIIT OK THK IMTV
till 607-TELEPHONK8 - Bell 400
J'. IHKNIIKHO, i'rnp
HO VKN KKHJ & CO.,
I Nnuauu Htiwi
TiMMllhn, Plmbing, Etc.
OHOOKKUY and QI.ABHWAIIK.
OK THK H (WUHM IHt.ANIt
-p (i. Hix m
- " HUX -af.
V I) HDX
Unrnar Bulel A Nanana Street
- UHOICK OLD -
Family Wines and Brandies
S3 Years Old
m. isr. plhsqu-a.,
VVM. DA VIES,
Rigger & Stevedore,
(tHTIMATKH ANJ) CONTKAI'TH ON
AM, KINDH OK WORK
Will run rrKiilarly liHtwecn tliU Krt ami
Waislua, KnwnlliHial. Miikulidn, Keawi
mil and i'niilkl on thu lalmid of Oaliu
For Freight, ftn., itiily to tlm Captnlu,
t- Imiulre at oIIU'h ol J, B. Walker
ovr UiriH'kt' Hank Furl xtreel, i7 tf
OKYL.ON TEA AND JEWEUIY.
I IIK.0 TO INKOKM THK I'llill.ll
1 that I liar nt,x'iiml my Hiom al No. U
.Niuimm i tut wlili Coylou Munufnpturcil
Jvi:lry btt trlth llillilea, Biplilri( I'earln
hto. J'ltt rfalrfd tumn l'iir Oaylou Tia
trvlt ln IndUn Habdia iid IMikoh
(.'luiirt, An lioiicrtlon ol my -titk la toll
nluM. W. J HADIliH,
No. -101 Nuuaiiu ilrtvt.
- . Jt.
GoldcD Role Bazaar.
W. F. Reynolds. : Prop.
Are Never Asharatd ol their
Mounts. Other Riders
Often Aro I
04 1 O T ka Inn nrftty llvht wlii'id
aa ira UUOi (0r rod work Mil In
llirtl'n I lie wilnl
the lunt'lilue tliut
II. K. Walker tl.le..
The "CLEVELAND ' IS A GREAT SUCCESS
H. E WALKER.
4nmil. Honrilnln H I
l.irtlKf will f uUvn
Slni M. M. THIItDH
On FRIDAY EVENING, Au. Hint,
At th Theoinnlilciil Hull, oiiriicr ot
Nuunmi and .Mitilnx Htixela, In
J)oort will iihii nt 7 o'u'nck. lx'Olure to
coiiiuienru pruiu.tly at H o'clock
Biibjrct of thfi Lecture will be
"REINCARN A TION."
"KA MAIM!" Store ivill
hold a Clearance Sale of iln
Stock of Goods beginning
Thursday, A uy. 9th, and con
tinue to the end of the month.
This Store will go out of
business at that time.
Come and pick out what
you want before it is all gone.
MOBTOAOEE'S NOTICE OF BALE.
NOTIOK 18 linitKIIY OIVKN THAT
pnrauant to a pownr of sule cuiiiulu
ed In a certain inurtuuo made liy Autonu
Itosi aud wife of Honolulu, to Cecil llrown
of thu siiiue pluro and of record In the Of-Ut-u
of the Itfgldtrur of Coiivi-yuiicus Iu
Llher (OH, on pagea ', 'U mid i'i, unci liy
uitld Cecil llrown duly assluvd to K. if
llayseldnn, trilstuo iiuder tho last will mid
testament of J. U, Haysolden, (Iimcu-hiI, liv
document of record l.llicr 147 on imno Ull),
the biilil iiinrtKaKua liuends lo loreuLisc
said umrtitat;e lor lirencli of condltiiiii
therein contained Notice Is hIso nlven
thut tho jrorty covered liy mid niortKHKc
will lie sold at I'ulillu Auction, at Vi o'clock
noon, 011 HATUItDAY, tho lltli .lay of
AiiKtist, tit the uuittlou riioins of Jus F.
Morgan Iu Honolulu Tim property In
suld inortKAKe deed described U
All tluit curtnln piircul of lund sltiuite at
K11III1I In said Honolulu, contulnini,' an
area of 3'IU3 acres und liulnit a portion of
the premises dencrllwd In llojiil I'utiiut No.
r.'i,1, und iMiuveyed to said Antoiie Homi liy
J. 1' Mcndoncn, Hdliillilstrutor of Ihu us
lute ol JIoiiiIiiJo Lopei Umiiioi liy deed
ilr.ted the first iliiy of April, lh7, ol reuord
In thu lluwslliili IteiiUtry of I Iced In Hook
III, oil imues '.'I nnd -'1
Duleif Honolulu, July llllh, Ihlll,
For further partiriilurs applv to
'IriiKteeof the Inst Will mid Te.ititiuent of
J. (1, Ha) Seidell, dio'eiirnd, or lo
Ukcii. IIiiums, AtUirney,
The snleof thu nl.ovit prorty un
der furt-cloure iolHiiii'd until HA'I UK
DAY, Heptemlicr 1, IMll. al the same thus
ud ulaue IIU7-1M
la It RecoRnltionP
According to P. G. sources of pro
pagating information, wo aro lod to
in Tor that tho Hawaiian bastard
(Kepublio) has been recognized. As
just now arguments aro in order, let
us see for tho sake of argument if
this hypothesis is borno out by any
U'it of lotric. Thnra Arn two testa
to which 1 propose to put tho nues
J tion. Ouo is Minister Willis's "in
! to far as far as vour oredecessors.
ett, etc.," wliich is a positive crawl
ing away from auy repousibility on
Willis' part. Tho othor is Presi
dent Cleveland's letter just to hand.
Now thorn soems to bo rampaut
among the ntiuilt great people who
run tho shebang called a Kopuhllc,
a strangely mistaken notion as to
tho "Great and Good Friend" busi
ness in letters between those repre
senting tho governments. Tho.'o
words mean no more, nor so loss
than "Dear Sir" and "Yours truly.1
Now as to thu letter itself.
seems tu have Intimated to thu l'resi
den tot tho United States that ho
had doUH oouivlhiug. Mr. Clorulaud
acknowledgi'ii recoijit of name and
hopes that Dolu's personal welfare
will bo nil right. This is tho logic
of the whole thing, aud neither moro
nor le.s. It lms no more signifi
cance than if Dolo had written and
told President Cleveland that hn
was going shooting deer aud the
other acknowledged tho receipt of
paiuu aud hoped hu would ho per
sonally safu from having his head
blown oil through carelessly hand
ling his gun. To attach any im
portance to oithor Willis' speech or
Dole's reply is tho height of imbecil
itr. Tho reasons for tho abovo logic
aro not far to seek by those who aro
tint blinded by prejudice or culpa
ble injustice. Boutello, who is tho
advocate of thu powors that bu in
these Islands, has never ceased to
seize every opportunity to have the
Hawaiian question brought up,
wherein ho might indulge in his
foolish invectives against the Presi
dent. Tho President had only one
courso to pursue aud that was to
knock the wind out of his sails, aud
this hu olTcctually did by tho letter
ho has written to Dolo. Just that
and nothing more.
There is a view of Hawaiian af
fairs which has not been discussed
aud which I propose to touch upon.
To do this with fairness, I must
concede that all residents of thoeo
Islands who are Americans by birth
were honest in their convictions
when they agreed to support tho
cause of annexation, oven if, in doing
so, dethronement of the Queen had
to be. To accomiilihh this, some
thing with a tangible form must be
tho centre around which to move.
Now, look out all you patriotic
Americans! What was tho centre!
The family compact. In 1887 the
same gang sold us and ruined a
party which never started under
fairer auspices! Aud mark you.
through your own foolishucss, they
have sold you again; and so long as
you will bu gulled, they have you
lor six years; that is, if you are fools
enough to bo gulled. Think It out,
don't bo led liku lambs to thu
slaughter, be Americans and not
Hawaiian Ootl'eo Flantur'a Manual.
Wo have received from II. M.
Whitney, Honolulu's veteran jour
nalist, a pamphlet with thu above
title. Mr. Whitney, who bus ever
beeu foremObl in the cause of agri
cultural development in these isl
ands, status: "Tills little manual hns
been prouarod in response to numer
ous inquiries for information regard
ing eolleo cultivation iu these isl
amis. Many excellent books on cof
fee have been tiuhlinhcd abroad
which givo a full history of its culti
vation from thoearliext period wheu
its virtiiH as a beverage became
known; but tlieso although valuable
in a planter's library, do not supply
thu information souuht for here.
Most of this has to be obtained by
personal application aud experience.
The object of this pamphlet is to
briefly jay before the inquirer the
met hods of cultivation practised
here and iu other 1 11 mix, ami to serve
as a guide -experience aud practice
doing the rel." It is needless to
say more. Mr. Whitney's tinmu is a
sullicient guaiautee that tho work
comes up to siieciflcations. The
pamphlet is neatly printed iu a style
which keeps up the credit of the
Hawaiian Gazette Co. who puhlifh
it. The price is fit) cents.
Of Hood's Sarsnparilln is always
within the hounds of reason because
it N true; it nlwayH appeals to tho
solmr common sunhoof thinking p'co
plo bccnui'o it is true; and it is al
ways fully substantiated by oudorae
muuts which in the financial world
would be accepted without a mo
Hood's Pills cure liver ills, consti
pation, biliousness, jaundice, sick
headache, indices) ion
Mechanics' Home, eoruei Hotel
aud N unarm street. Lodtfini; by
day, week or mouth Terms: 2i and
nl) cents pr niirht: fl and H. w
Will tike n HiiiIiimJ numluir of I'upili
Lcnlilcnce! I.IMiii Ktreet.
Mutual Telophon-9 4 S3
for simile uen-
llemnn sltlMled on Here-
Ulllln Street, If) minutes'
wiilk from ISiHi llllli-ii
I VNAIKIKI UNTHr.
NTHR ..- .
IX lleneh, vouifui
oiiarlers for one or tvu
Klu (Jentleiiifiii ImihuI
Uoiisl) linthluii faullllles ixh, For parti
lUKHI HUbl.KTlN OKKIUU.
Hotel Street (Arlington Block)
J 11st Received another Invoice ot
Japanese Fancy Goods
- AND -
Plain and Figured Bilk and Crape.
Plain Hllk and Embroidered.
Silk and Cotton Kimonos
Bilk Fans, Cashlons,
Embroidered Bilk Ten les
Table Covers. lied Covers
bilk Bashes, Neckwear
Beautiful China Ware!
Hxlnd llowls, llon-bon
I'mtfli, Etc.. Ktr.
bilk kimI tV.tUiii I'niKiiiAs.
JAPMESB SCREENS 1
lings, Elegant Lamp Shade,
naniboo Canes, l.unch Baskets,
liatnhoo Values, Jatisues Tray.
Klc. Klfl., Etc. Kto.
Mrs. J, P. P. Collaco, Proprietress.
X. A, (-iMJ tv
Wholesale tf Retail.
MILL LINK M -
Silk and Cotton Dress Good!,
Silk, Linen and Crape Siiirts
-OK COMI'LKTK BTOUK -
Made by Yamatoyaol Yokobmu.
IW When you are In nmtof any llm
if Japanese Ooods, kItb us drat rail nn.t
save Kolnp all around town.
a OO X"ort St, near Custom. XCouas
Runmr Nuutou & Houl Streets
New Goods! New Goods!
ItKt'KIVKI) lY KVKIlYbTKAMKR.
Silk Dress Goods,
- ALL COJ.OItS -
.JAPAXKSK SILK CKAI'K,
IAI'ANU8K UtlTrON OHAI'K
Silk Shirts and Night Shirts,
Hllk lllunt.es. Hllk Necktie,
Handkerchiefs HhHffU, Hsuhes
Hosiery and OhemUes,
JsKtiieiw- Trays, Itamboo Bcreeus,
Tea Reu, Flower l'ots, Ktc, Kto.
Prices Cheaper than Ever 1
WIELAND - EXTRA - PALE
Lager Beer !
SCROONERS FOR 25 GENTS
L. ti. DSB
TO -A., m:.
1(i not forget the time to rltiK up
152 Mutual Telephone-152.
N. F. BURQBSS
nreimred tu renalr tlarden Hose.
rlnklcrn. V nter Tans. Klllnc Haws and
suuriM-nliiK all kinds tools, Incliiillnir Crv-
ill iwuvesanu ecibjors lhwu .Mowers a
lieolalty. Also HettlnK OIbnk. Iu fact all
tinls of Jniiliiiiv Work rallel for aud re
JOHN T. 33R.O-VVN,
Dealer In llnwiilliin mid l'orck-n I'ostnKe
Htamps. 1'. (). Ilox III, Honolulu.
Wiliest prices Kiven for Housed und Used
HiimiiIIiiii hinuips iu bjcIiuiich for oiler
countries from ilrst-oluss Hpprovnl sheets.
Hlietta forwurded to auy part ot the Islands
on iiiiiillratluu with town reference.
J 1,11 Is open to mett any collectors liy
appolntiiieut, 1 1 U -tin
Dishes and (llasaware Wnliledl
iilll!,.k.'', VM1-- und Juvvulry Wantmi I
Old Hold and Hllver Wanted I
XT WyhMl Prlou Paid I m
Ul Kiuu Ulreut, (Junior of Alnkvu,
Bavo Half the Amount of Tour Oil
Bill Through Saving In Pigment.
Every painter should use Lucol lu
stead of Linseed Oil, because:
Lccol Is moro iUtrahie than Unseed
'i. LucoL Is more economical
PHOOF THAT LUCOL IS MOKE
Six years of nctuid uo in exterior
houeu (minting in California (the
most trying climate for paints), iu
the burning heat of the Arizona Des
ert, thu Arctic cold of Alaska, and on
thu Atlantic const, have fully aud
practically shown that Lucol always
outwears LiiiBced Oil under tho same
conditions. All the acid works in
Han Francisco have discarded Lin
seed Oil for Lucol..
ILLUSTRATE THIS VOUKSELF.
l'ut strong ammonia on Linseed and
Lucol paints. Thu Lintccd paints
are destroyed in n few minutes; the
Lucol paints are practically unaffect
PJIOOF THAT LUCOL IS MOKE
Break up 1J lbs. pasta white lead
iu ouo pint of Lucol., and tho same
quantity iu one pint of Linseed Oil.
Spread the paints on similar dark
surfaces for comparison. Tho Lucol
paint spreads ns far ns and covers
much belter than the Linseed paint.
To get equally good covering with tho
Linseed mint you have to use 2 J lbs.
of white lead to one pint of Linseed
Oil. This means u saving of J lb. of
paste lend to each pint of Lucol used,
or 0 lbs. to every gallon, equivalent
to your saving 111010 than half the
first cost of the Lvcoi
Lt'coi. is not in competition with
cheap Linseed Oil substitutes.
Aaenis for th Hawaiian Islands
The Best Lunch in Town.
Vn fi.net OotTHt
I f l.l Hill H
IHH KIMS1 MH.tM- or
4LWt ON jtSu
"Ei. J XSTOLTE3. Prop.
"TEE WORLD DO MOVE"
And so does the Mt-sseuaer He' vl'-e who
have moun'ed thlr McbseiiKers on
fW They will deliver
'ueknir-s I tin tu
00 ins weiuhti or Mfsunees quicker lliin
... ..-. .I .--,--
other nirtliotl and iiiucli uhunper
BE A CLAM!"
Have time and iuon-y liy usIiik the Mes
L. M. .IOITNSON, : : Manager,
ntaal SB TEf.EPBOrtCS Ball 550
A. F. Medeiros & Co.
Hotel Ht,, under Arlington Hotel
Latest Patterns in Suitings
Itet-eived liy Kverj 8tBni-r
PERFECTPrT OR NO SALE.
AT THE ANCHOR
Oyator Oocktulla t
Bauor Brunuon I
Froderlckaburg Boor I
Straight and Mixed Drinks
Of All Kinds and Itest Qunllty.
Sontbweit lerurr King & Nunaun St a.
For Sale I
Used lint little. Aa wood a new. Hold on
account of owunr leaving the country.
. Call or addrnvs
'" Will If Hlr.
I be Ui Inform HNirling Men aud tlm
Oeneral Public that I am prepared to Itu.
pair ami Iteuoyute every description of
Flreiirms. Otllis, llllles and ICevolvers
skillfully Ke-Btockud. llliielux end brown
ing dune In any shsde. Pirst-ulass work
nisuship guaranteed, OusUimers promptly
UNION HTIIKKT, HONOLULU,
lliilm Railway & Laod Co.
OFKKK8 THK PUBLIC
Another Great Opportunity
To Bngrti Home In Ona of tha Moat
Delightful ItOccllttM to tea
round In th Paradta
of thw Pacific
As a healthy raaort-Paarl Olty hat
already established an anrlabU rapatatlon.
Many nood cltltem In this community
hare experienced the wonderful effeot pro
duced by a few daya tojonrn In that dry,
cool atmosphere, and gtra graUttU Uitl
inony to the relief they bar altnoat In
stantly gained from MTere and Ionic con
tinued attacks of asthma. Physicians
acquainted with tha cllmataof PtarlOity
recommend It aaa natural sanitarium.
THE WATER SUPPLY
IS AMPLE I
And can be Incraassxl to meat tha neadt of
a Kipnlatlon aqnal to tha larjrest olty In
Paor. A. 0. ttoas of Oaha Oolleira I
onr authority for stating that tha water
supply Is the tin rest yet dlscorerad In this
Special iDUDcemeoib to Etui; Settlers:
for ninety days from data we will sell
1.0T8 ON BI'KtHAb TKUMH fayorableto
bona-fldaasettlera. Kor a tarm of threa
mouths from date, lumber and all tmlld
InR materials will he supplied, aud deliter
ed at Pearl Olty at nmeb lower price than
erer before obtained.
For further particulars, call at this offloa
or on auy of the lumber dealers In this
city, Those who now own lota aa wall as
those who propose to become raeldenta of
that Kfowlnir city, will do wall to ambraos
this opportunity. Those who ayall them
selves of this otter, within the time named,
will be entitled to, ahd will receive the
Kor a term of ten years, this Company
will carry such residents and their families
from Pearl Olty to Honolulu In the mom
idk arrlvtaK a little before seven o'clock,
and from Honolulu to Pearl City In the
evenluR (leaving Honolulu station a little
after five o'clock, for ten cents each way,
a rata less than one cent per mile. The
rates nn all other passenger trains running
during the day or night will be IX cents
per mile first class, and 1 cent per mile
A good school Is about to be opened In
the Peninsula, lu the fine, large, new
school-house erected by Mr. J. T. Water
house, itesldeuts living at Pearl Olty
heights, (above Pearl Olty station and
those having homes on the Peninsula, wtU
be allowed to ride free on regular trains
between Pearl Olty 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 Olty, for the purpose of attend
ing school, at Ave cents each way for each
pupil. This Is equal to 2 to 20 miles ride
for ten cents.
Equal Inducements for those desiring to
seouru homes In this country have never
liefore beeu ottered to the public.
This Company has been requested from
abroad to name the price of all their un
sold land in that locality.
Bhould a clearance sale be made to a
syndicate, no opportunity like the present
would again occur for the purchase of
homes at I'earl Olty.
Word to the Wist ia
OAIIU RAILWAY LAND GO.
II. K. DILLINUllAM,
UKNUIUL WAN AUK It,