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National Cane Shredder
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THK UNDERSIGNED HAVE BEEN APPOINTED SOLE AOENTH KOK
these HllKKUUBKt) unit are now prtinart'il to tucolvo orders.
The great advantages to be derived (rum the use of the National Can
Hhriuukm are thoroughly eatubUslieil And Anknowlcdgud by Planters
The Lugo number ol Planters using them in the United States, Uuba,
Argentino Kvpubliu, Peru, Australia ami elcuwliuro, boar witness to the
The use ol the Shkkdher very largtsl) augm.;nte the quantity ol caue
the mill can grind (26 to 60), also the extraction of Juice (6 to 12).
it is a great safeguard, making known at once the iircxcnco ol any
pieces of iron, stakes from curs, or anything which would be liable to damage
the mill, and allowing ample time to remove same before damaging the mill.
The SiiKKDDKtt is very strongly made, and from tho matiuer of its opera
tion it cuts or tears theco pieces of wool or iron without often breaking the
Hubkodib; and if anythiug breaks, it in simply some of tho knives or cutters,
which can bo quickly and economically replaced. The Shkgdukh, as its
name indicates, tears the cane into shreds of varying lengths, perfectly open
Ing it and allowing tho mill to thoroughly press out the juices without re
quiring the immonso extra power noces-iiry to grind or critoh the whole
cane. The Suukdder spreads tho shredded cane uniformly and ovculy to
the mill rolls, and does away with the necessity ol spreading tho hagasso by
nana Dctweon trie mtiij, where rcgnnuiug ts in use. no greater amount oi
boiler capacity is required to operate the BiiKfcDi.Kit than that which war
sufficient tor tho mill, for the above reasons. Wo furnish full working
drawings (or tho installation of our Shkkdurur, enabling any competent on
gineer to successfully install and start them.
In ordering Bhkkddkiip from us, please send small sketch, showing the
diameter and width of the mill rolls with which HiiKEMiEk is to bo connected,
also the side (either right or left hand as you faun tho delivery sido ol tho
mill;, upon which tho mill engine is located, also the height (nun floor line
to center ol front mill roll shaft, and distance center this shaft to front end
ol bed plate. These Hiiukdukus are now being used by tho Hilo Hujjar Co.
and Hawi Mill, Kohala, where they are giving great satisfaction.
g0T Priw" and further particular may bo had by applying u.
rsiatpuuNi i iv
IMl'OItTKK AND DKAI.KK IN
GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, j;L0UR and FEED.
Presb California Roll Batter and Island Batter
0T ALWAYS ON HAND J0M
lei Goods Received by Ever; Steamer from Sao Pmncisa.
ggf All Ordera faithfully aito-tid u. tjall'tavtlon auaranued I'lstiil Unisr
lulicuvd and cW with cars.
Lincoln Block, Kino Stbbict. Hkt. Pout An At.akka Starrm.
BOTH IKLKI-HONK8 SIO-.
LEWIS & CO..
Ill ffOUT STK1SET.
Importers, Wholesale I Retail lincers
Provision Dealers & Naval Supplies
freth Ooodi by Etnry California Steaner.
1CK - UOUSE - GOODS - A - SPECIALTY.
(alabim OausBS SoLiciTKn tV g0T Satisfacttion Odarantickd.
Tll-ICl'HONM 1. O IIOX UN
II. K. MclNTYKE .V: lKO.,
IMrORTCRn AHO OKAtKtth I
Groceries, - Provisions - and - Feed.
Jsw Oon1i Rmvth1 by Krry Packet froni the KsstKrn Htstx sntl Kurov
PBK8H CALIFORNIA PKODUUE - BY EVEKY STEAM Eli
All Dmin (sltbdilly stteinlect in and ()(x1 iMMtrrtrt u n
l'rl of thi- City KltKK
lakAHD Oaoaas Souoitko .sT)nrOTiis tiusKTu
K48T COISNFM FIKT ."ll KIn RTUKKTH.
W. W. AHANA.
383 XTvLVLfuiu Strt-
EnlLsn, Scotcb and Amerlcao Goods.
Style and Kit Ouarunieeu,
Cleaning & Ropaiiing
IdlBtl Tela. 668. P. 0. Box 144.
FOR S-A.LE3 I
Delivered Twice Daily
TO ANY TAUT OK TIIK UITY
Hitul 507-TELEPnONES Rail 460
wai alae" ranch.
ItOH in I. IHKNItmtO. I'rop
HO YEN KHW & CO.,
llMMltbs, Plimbino. tn.
OaOOKEUY ami 01.AHHWAHK.
OF rilH MAWtIMN IHI.Alt
B5 - v
IRWIN & CO., L'd..
Mt Aijtntt fin (Af HnmiiUin iiirf.
1 o. mix ira
--H O IIOX Bti
Cnraar Holal k Nnnaan Straata
Familj Wines and Brandies
63 Years Old
Hi. 1ST. R.E5QXJ-A.,
Kr.'fil MANAdKK. dm
WM. DA V IKS,
Rigger & Stevedore,
CHTIMATKb AND CONTKACTB ON
Al.l, KINDH OK WOHK.
I Will ran reunlnrly bflween this ort and
WhIiiIuu, KiiwalliHial, Mokulela, Keawti
! iml ami 1'iiiilkl on tlu Itilamt ol ObIhi.
For Kfl;ht, taM ly to tlie (!ilalli.
V. Iininlro at ollicf of J H. Walknr
over HiwM' Hunk Kurt utrri't. 87 tf
OEYI.ON TEA AND JEWELUY.
illin TO INKOKM TUB I'llill.M'
lint I )ih oiianeil tiiv Hlora at No. iU
fill I lM II lirrri wmv iyiun omiiiiiBiiiirru
Ji-TMlry rt with Itfil.lnn, BMppIilrra, i'rarW
etc. Jiint riwlvnt uiiih 1'iun t'ejrlon Ta
irylt Ami. Indian Havana ami )nmi
Vuir. All IliklH-ftlon of mv flock In toll
rllihl. ' V. J HAIIIdH,
No. 4l Nuuaim itrrvt.
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Golden Rule Bazaar.
W. F. Reynolds. ; Prop.
Are Never Ashamtd of their
Mounts. Other Riders
22 1-2 Lbs.
It n pretty lluht nlieid
for rod work Imi l It?
lit ol tim miu'liluu tlial
E. Waller rlilui
Tbe "CLEYELARD IS A GREATSUCCESS
H. E WA.LKER.
.gent Honolulu II 1
Cnnituint Blnei, NdrrMM Si
Lecture will be clven
Mhi M. M. TJIIKDS
On FRIDAY EVENING, Aug. !Ust,
At iIih Tlieosniililral Hall, corner of
Nmianil and Minlnn sttcnta, In
I)oor will open at 7 o'clock. Uoturo to
coiuiiienro promptly at U o'clock
Subject of tim Lecture, will be
"wl MAILE" Store will
hold a Clearance Sale of its
Stock of Goods beginning
Thursday, Aug. 9lh, and coih
finite to the end of the month.
This Store tvill go out of
business at that time.
Come and pick out what
you want before it is all gone.
Will take a limited number of I'upil
- F I -A. 2ST o -
Ivealileu-'o: Llllliu titreet.
1IOKtSsOK IIKADLKY OIVKH I.KH
iuiiih In Kiimlni;, 1'iuno. Ylclln mid
'Cello 'IVriiis, -' nil hour; $1, Imlt lionr.
llttviliit lull 'J' I eurh' exiur.tnre uh Or
KaiilHi iiml (Minlr 1 miner, Jut ix o en to mi
eiicapeiiicnt in tlinsu unpti'ltlci. Iliint ul
tentliiiuulalH. .11 Kminu btrett Miituul
Trlrplione t.Vi. 111.) 'iw
for slnitlu ueii.
tli'innn situated on Kent-
Innltt street, 15 mliiiites'
vMtlk from l'cit Olllnu,
1 WAIKIKl ON Til It
iV llrnuli, eoinforlHlile
iimrtrii for one or two bin
iris (ientlcmetii Ixmrd oii-
tlotiut; but III n it faollltlKK Ksl,
lUMMf IIULLKTIN OKKIDK.
(Conlinved from hi l'ai)r.)
Da Oatun, the robol Admiral of
Brazil, is at Buenos Ayrcs on an un
Three hundred schools in tho
Argentine Kopublic hnvo closml for
lack of funds. Eight hundred
tonchors nud 20,000 children nro
lVru is fighting rebel?. IVasnnts
aro being armed lo resist guerrilla".
An at tempt was mntlo to Kill Pres
ident Crespo of Venezuela with
dynamite. Tho bomb-thrower was
Iteecut legislation on emigration
from Japan to Hawaii will, it is
thought, restrict tho flow of emi
grants to that country. Emigration
companies before starting business
nro eompolled to put up o deposit
of $10,000 with tho Government, and
must inako an agreement with every
emigrant that tho company will
provide for him, if sick, in a foreign
laud, or when out of work, and that
II ucstreu, will pay his passage tiomo.
COME1 1IEHK TO TRADE.
Protonco of a Bmluess Man from
Victoria to Opon Trado.
Thero arrived by tho Canadian
Australian liner Arawa a gentleman
named A. Mncphersou. lie repro
sentn a combination in Victoria,
which intends lo open a market in
Hawaii. Mr. Macpherson was sent
over as a sort of advance agent to
find out if any business could bo
done hero. lie has found every
thing favorable ami will despatch
on tlio S. S. Warrimoo on September
1st for nncouver a shipment or
bananas as a sample. Should they
tako at Victoria Mr. Macphorson
will export larger shipments. Tho
firm he represents intends to send
back in return smoked halibut, sal
mon and other fish. In order to
have the best article placed in the
Hawaiian market the (Inn of Hoss &
Co. of Victoria have sent for a man
from Scotland, who is well up in tho
business, so that only a first class
article will bo exported here. Mr.
Mncphersou, when recti by a Bulle
tin reporter, staled that they in
tended to do an extensive business
here, but ho was wont to go slow.
In addition to Importing fish, his
company intended to do something
also in tho lumber trade here. As
an experiment ho expected a ship
ment of cedar shingles from Tacoma
in the next boat. Altogether Mr.
Mauphersou thought this a glorious
climate and was quite taken up with
the country and people. Ho had
met several Hawallansand was much
pleased and gratified with their
opeii'lieartcdness. His stay hero
wilt bo decided by the answer re
ceived from Vancouver.
Morninu and Evonins Star.
Men, women itml children will en
joy the MornliiK' and KvcniiiK .Slur
drinks. For thiir plciiMiil llnvor nud
roolliuiK ell'ict c.iiicr.illy, the liulicn,
wlio.'u duliciitt nyitniiH reipiire u
licvuniKc Hint will net gently nud lie
entirely ntfu umlcr nil coiubtiomt. nro
iilliii-iiirtii! in tlioir imiUe of Morn-
Ing unit Uvi'iiliij; dt.u, nml tlin inmi
prefer lliini to nil other drinks he
chum' they nru inorelicuellcinl in their
cIIitIh. 'they all nut iuteifcru with
IttirlnucH or pliMiKtite mid are entirely
free from nil iiiltirniiii or tlinnniccililu
miIihIiiih'Ui'. lieu tlio liliMid in im
pure or the btouiiicli weak, tho Kveu
inn Star can h'dmiik to mhiintnm1,
nud iiivnlitlrt vull llud relief from it.
In I lie production of thoao driuKs the
Hawaiian thiamin liave liecn enriched
with l lie only pi i feci gentle liuvcianeH
kimwu. Tho in Ice per ihi.eit lh "Uo.,
ilelivered lo all p.irt of tint city free.
Mill. Tel. :i 14. I) thcl xlicct.
My boy was taken with n disonso
reMtmblinir bloody llux. Tlio first
thiiiK 1 thoutrht of m Chamber
Iain's Colic, Cholera nud Diarrhum
Itemedy. Two doses of it settled
tho matter mid cured him Bound and
well. 1 heartily recommend this
remedy to all persons milTering from
a like complaint. I will answer any
iuquirioH regarding it when stamp is
iuclobod. I refer to any county oili
eial ns to my reliability. Win. uoach,
J. P., Primroy, Campbell Co., Tenu.
For sale by Ueusoii, Smith Si Co.,
agents, for the Hawaiian Islands.
Mechanics' Home, corner Hotel
and Nuiiauu street. LodgiiiK by
day, week or mouth. Terms: 2Ti and
T(l cents par nlulit: ft and $.2I pr
THE rOREIGN DEPARTMENT
Free -:- Kindergartens
Ou Monday, Foptembor 10 111
At II o'clock . m., at Linma Hall, eornur
of NiiiiBim mid Iturutunla Htn-uiH,
MIns tliimmli K hshtu an, a prlaulpal of
bi'vcml )tarn' exporleiKti In the tmlduu
(Iste Krif Kl. derifiirtuiiH of Ban Krauclncn
will liuvu miirviilou of tlin work linrt.
KliidiTKiirtHii hours: from U to i'J. Tui
tion t free.
A trainliii! vtvi for Klndert.'arteneri,
W'tli (luce iif'nrnoim H"Sioiis eseli uk,
will lio orKaiilztd by Mli Liimnn, on
Tnebduy, Hcptt-inlifr Itli, at 'i o'cloulc, In
tli" I'hMs-ruoiii Ht Kiniim IIjII.
Tuition fur txiIiiliiK clt.: llOiicr numth.
Airio.ttluiiH for adnniMilou io tnu K udcr
Hnrirn or truiiiliiK elani may lie made lo
ti- priimpil, ,Mlis Knttmiiii, or to Mr.i,
Hurili t I'imIh Colinrin, Kiimiiclal Ku re
tnry lloiioliilu Kieo KimJeriiurluns
a. I.HI.VVV, rroprltitor.
ur.i i. 'iiii.k.i'iiom; mi.
Cor. Klpuaiid Ntiuutui Street, Honolulu.
Hotel Street (Arlington Block)
Jtm Herclved anothsr tnroloe ol
Japanese Fancy Goods
- AND -
Plain and Flgnred Bilk and (.'rape.
MORNING GOWNS "SjflSr
flaln 811k and Embroidered.
Silk and Cotton Kimonos
Bilk Fans, Cushions,
Embroidered Bilk Tea (VtnW
Tablo Covers. Bed !ovfr
Bilk Paflies. Neckwear
Beautiful China Warel
Brtlsd Howls, Ituti'lxm IMshes,
I'ihIm, Etc, KI&, Etc.
Hilk ami 3ott4ifi FaisriiKK,
Units, Elegant Lamp Hhades,
Bamboo Canes, Lunch BtskeU,
Bamboo Valines, Japanese Traya,
Etc., Etc., Etc.. Kta
Mrs. J. P. P. Collaco, Proprietress.
KIM. I. I. INK Of
SIU and CotlOD Dress Goods,
Silk, Liuen and Crape Shirts
- OK COMPLETE STOCK -
Made by Vamatoya of Yokohama.
IW When yoa are In need of any line
of Japanese floods, rIvm ua first rail and
Mm roIiik all around town.
BOS SToxt St., naavr Ouatotxx ZXoxa
Corner Nuuanu 4 Hole) Slreiti.
New Goods! New Goods!
KKI'KIVKI) I1Y KVKHY8TKAMK11.
Silk Dress Goods,
.1 A I ' A N KSE SI L K CUA T K,
JAI'ANKHB COTTON UHAl'H
Silk Shirts and Night Shirts,
Bilk llloutea, fillk Neoktlea,
llandkerolilefii Hliawla, Hanrie.
Hoalery and UliemWn,
Japanoae Traya. Bamboo Screens.
Tea Beta, Flower l'otn, KUi., Ktc.
Prices Cheaper than Ever 1
WIELAND - EXTRA - PALE
Lager Beer !
2 SCHOONERS FOR 25 GENTS
L. H. DHSH1
6 TO .A.. 1&.
Do not totKet the time to rliiK np
152 Mutual Telephone -152.
N. F. BURQB1SS
in ntill prenared to Mpalr Garden Hone.
Sprinklerb, Water Taps, Kllinir Huwb and
NliHriinnluK all klnda tooU, liicludliit; Carv
Injt Knives and Belabor. Liiwn Mowers h
bpeclAlty. AUo Hettinu Ulana, In fact all
kllldbof Johhlnu Work railed for and re-I'iriH-d
JOHN T. J3R.OWN,
Denier in lliiwallnn and Koreluu robtnep
Htninps. 1. O. llux 411, Honolulu.
Hlnlicut prices given for llmired and Uxed
llitwuiliiu Biampn In iuiIiiiiiru lor ollnr
ruunlrl"s from llnl-cliia Hiirovnl bliccm.
HheetH fort'iinlrd to any purl of the Iblutulr
on iipiillcatlon with town rt' to mien.
J 1 , It U open to mett uuy eollcrtorb by
lllblienand (HnbHware Wanted I
t;ioeka, WaU'hes and Jewelry Wanted I
Old Hold and llllver Wauled I
WT HlotaMt Prtcaa paid I JT?
114 Kinir Street, Oornor of Alakea.
Save Half the Amount of Tour Oil
BUI Through Savins in Pigment.
Every painter nhmtlil uso Lucoi. in
stead uf Linseed Oil, ln'causo:
Lucol is more thimble than Linseed
2. LccoL la more economical
PltOOF THAT LUCOI, IS MOUE
Six years of actual uso In exterior
house painting in California (tlio
most trying climate for paints), in
tho burning heal of tho Arizona Des
ert, the Arctic cold of Al.ku. and on
the Atlantic coast, have fully and
practically shown that I.fcoi. always
outwears Linseed Oil under tho same
conditions. All (lie acid works in
Sun Francisco liavo discarded Lin
seed Oil for Lucol..
ILLUSTItATE THIS VOUUSELF.
Put strong ammonia on Linseed and
Lucoi paints. Tito Linseed paints
are destroyed in a few minutes; the
Lucol paints are practically uiuiflcct
ed. l'ltOOF THAT LUCOL IS MOKE
Break up 1 lbs. paste wlilto lead
in one pint of Lttcot., anil tho same
quantity in one pint of Linseed Oil.
Spread tho paints on similar dark
surfaces for comparison. The Lucol
paint spreads ns far as nud covers
much belter than the Linseed paint.
To gel equally good covering with tlio
Linseed naiul you have to tire 2 lbs.
of while lead to one pint of Linseed
Oil. Tills means a saving of lb. of
paste lead to each pint of Lucoi, used,
or 0 11m. lo every gallon, equivalent
to your saving mere than half the
flrrt cost of the Lt'cou
Lt'coi. is not in competition with
cheap Lhibced Oil substilutor.
1 1 iv ii
Agents for the Hawaiian Island
The Best Lunch io Town.
Thn a. rid Ooitoti
T Ll. IIOl'K
THh KINKST HFtAM-
tLWaVH Of iNli
EL. J JSTOrrE. Prop.
"THE WORLD DO MOVE"
And no doe tlin MtbeiiKer Bvlre who
have mounted their iUMjntjorb on
WW They will ilellvrr I'anka'iuip to
&U Ibb weight) or Mimiukch ipilcker tlmn
by any other mutliod and much cheaper
"DON'T BE A CLAM I"
Save time n'nil mnny by mdnt; the Mei.
L. M. JOHNSON, : : MnnaRor.
umal iga- TELEPH0HR8 Ball 5&U
A. F. Medeiros Sc Co.
Hotel Bu, nnrter Arllmrtim Hotel.
Latest Patterns in Suitings
lleceived by Kvery HtKmii,r
PERFECT FIT OK NO SALE.
AT THE ANCHOR
Oystor Cocktails I
Bauor Bruunou I
Straight and Mixed Drluks
Of All Kinds and llent (junllly.
Bontbwest Rrarr King & Nuuaua Sta.
For Sal I
Used but little. Ah good at new. Bold oti
account of owner leaviiiK the country.
lU- Cull or addrii
uu in Klii Hi,-..i
I'ltAUTUJAL. . GUN-MAKEHI
I beg to Inform HportltiK Men and the
Oennral Public that I niu prepared to He-
Imlr and Iteuovate every ilencrltitlon of
''irearms, Uuiis, Itllliti and Itevolvcrs
skillfully lte-stookt.il. llliii'ltiuatid llrown
Ing done in any shade. Klrst-olass work
manship guarautd. Oiiatniners promptly
UNION HI'ltKlir, HONOLULU,
Otibu Railway Land Co.
OKKKR.S THK PUBLIC
Another Great Opportonit)
To Secure Uotaaa la On of tha Koat
Dntlghtrol Localltlaa to ba
ronad In the Paradlao
ol tha PftCtfla.
A a healthy raaort Faarl Otty haa
already eatabllahed an enviabla rapntation.
Afany good cltltena In thti oommunlty
have experienced the wonderful affeot pro
duced by a few dayi tojoarn In that dry,
cool atmosphere, and give grateful Uatl
mony to the relief they have almost In
alantly gained from Mvera and long con
tinued attack a of asthma. Physicians
acquainted with the climate of Pearl Oity
reeommend It as a natural sanitarium.
THE WATER SUPPLY
IS AMPLE 1
And can b increased to meat tha naada of
a population equal to tha largast city In
1'aor. A. B. Ltobs of Oahn Oollega la
oar authority for stating that tha watat
unpply Is the pureat yet discovered In thla
Special lndocemonU) to Karl; Settlera:
for ninety days from data wa will sail
LOTS UN Bl'KOIAL TKHMB favorable to
bona-flde settlers. For a term of thraa
months from data, lumber and aU build
ing materials will be supplied, and deliver
ed at Pearl Oity at much lower prloa than
ever before obtained.
For further particulars, call at thla offloa
or on any of tha lumber dealsra In thla
city. Thow) who now own lota aa waU aa
those who propose to become residents of
that growing city, will do wall to embraoa
this opportnulty. Tboaa who avail thasn
selves of this offer, within the time named,
will be entitled to, ahd wlU reoelve tha
For a term of ton years, thla Company
will carry aooh residents and their faalliss
from Pearl Oity to Honolulu In tha morn
ing arriving a little before seven o'clock),
and from Honolulu to Pearl City In the
evening leaving Honolulu station a little
after Bve o'clock, for ten cents eaoh way,
a rate leas than one cent per mile. The
rates on 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, In the fine, large, new
school-house erected by Mr. J. T. Water
house. Kealdeuts living at Pearl Oity
heights, (above Pearl Oity station and
those having homes on the Peninsula, will
be allowed to ride free on regular trains
between Pearl Oity stations to and from
Thote who want to contlnne to send their
childreu to schools in Honolulu, can have
transportation on all regular trains to and
from Pearl City, for the purpose of attend
ing school, at live cents each way for each
pupil. This la equal to iM to 20 miles ride
for ten cents.
Equal inducements for thoae desiring to
semtru homes in this country have never
before beeu otlered to the public
This Company has been requested from
ubroad to name the price of all their un
sold land in that locality.
Should a clearauce sale be made to a
yndlcato, no opportunity like the present
would again occur for the parches of
homes tit Pearl City.
"A Word to the Wise
OAHU RAILWAY & LAND GO.
It. K. DILLINGHAM,