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National Cane Shredder
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TUK UNDERSIGNED HAVE BEEN AITOINTED 8(LE AGENT FOH
these tiiiKEDtiKUf) ami aro now ttrurtiired to rcceivo orders.
The great advantages to bo durivcd from th use of the National Oanb
Bhmiddui are thoroughly established aud acknowledged by Plauters
The largo number of l'lautera usiug them in the United States, Cuba,
Argentine Republic, Peru, Australia and elsewhere, bear witness to the
The Use of the Shkkddku very largely augments the quantity of cane
the mill can grind (25 to 50), also the extraction of juice (6 to 12J).
It is a great safeguard, making knowu at ouro the prcseuco of any
pieces of iron, stakes from cars, or anything which would be liablo to damage
the mill, and allowing ample time to remove same before damaging the mill.
The Shkkoukk is very strougly made, and from the manner of its opora
turn it cut or tears these pieces ot wood or iron without often breaking tho
tinftiDDKR; aud if anything breaks, it in simply some of the knives or cutters,
which can bo quickly aud economically replaced. Tho Hiikkddkh, as its
name indicates, tears tho cane into shreds of varying lengths, perfectly open
Ing it and allowing the mill to thoroughly press out tho juices without re
quiriug the immense extra power necessary to grind or crush the whole
cane. Tho Shrbddbk spreads tho shredded caue uniformly and evenly to
the mill rolls, and does away with the necessity of spreading tho bagasse by
hand between the mills, where rrgriudiug is in use. No greater amount of
boiler capacity is required to operate tho Shhkddkb than that which wae
sufficient for tho mill, for tho above reasons. Wo furnish full working
drawings for tho installation of our Hiirkddekr, enabling any competent on
gineer to successfully install aud start them.
In ordering Hhukdukks from us, please seud small sketch, showing the
diameter aud width of the mill rolls with which Uiiukuiiku is to bo connected,
also the side (either right or left hand as you (aco thu delivery side of the
mill;, upon which the mill ougine is located, also the height from lloor Hue
to center of front mill roll shaft, aud distance center this shaft to (rout end
ot bed plate. These HllKEDUKks are now being used by the Hilo Hugar Oo.
aud Hawi Mill, Knbala, whero they arc giving great satisfaction.
g0 Prioe and further particulars may be had by applying u.
WM. Q. IRWIN & CO., LU.
.tl tilt Aqtntt fm the HmtnUnn ltl
IMl'OKTEU AND DKALKK IN
GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, FLOOR and PEED.
Fresh California Roll Batter and Island Batter
0" ALWAYS ON HAND f
lei Goods Received by Ever; Steamer from Sao Francisco
J All Orders faithfully attend to. 8ntlf:iliin guaranteed. Miami Untar
olMitad and packed villi cars.
Lincoln Block, Kino Smcrr, ftr.T. Foar ahu Alakr Strkkth.
HOTM TKMCPHONK8 !M0 --I O HOX M
LEWIS & CO..
Ill FOKT STKtifiT.
importers, Wholesale 4 Retail Gruceni
Provision Dealers & Naval Supplies
Erath Qoodi by Every California Steamer.
10E - HOUSE - GOODS - A - SPECIALTY.
ULAMIM OattXU SOMUITKU. Jtft t0 STIHrtCTION ODlKiNTRICD.
TBUBrtJONK ft i. O HOX Hi
II. K. sMoINTYKK & KIM).,
Groceries, - Provisions and - Feed.
Kw Oocxlt Keeslvad by Krsry 1'scket Iroui the Ratfrn Htates and Kuropa
FKKSB CAHFOltNlA PRODUCE BY EVEUY STKAMKK
All Orrttra falthtnlly attended to ami Quo-it Delivered tu an
rart ol the nltf KKKK
tLatft (iatiBBS SoLtniTBO S&TitraorioN Goabntbu
AHT OOKNKK KIK1 A Nil KINH HTKKKTR.
W. W. AHANA.
3a 3 XTvkUiuau Btx..t-
Koftllsti, Scotch and AmerlcaD Goods.
Btyle and Fit (lurnt-Ml.
Cleaning & Repairing
lulnil Tele. 668. P. 0. Boi 141
FOR SA.LB3 I
Delivered Twice Daily
TO ANY PAKT OK TIIK tllTV
atul 507-TELEPH0NES- Bell 400
UOMm I'. IHl'.NIIKltd, 1'roj.
flO VEN KICK & CO.,
II Nnuann Hir-
Tiinitbi, Plimbing. Etc.
ORUOKKKY And (ll.AHHWAltK.
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uu i,THwnviM.,i -r
P O HX 178
Unrnar Botl a Raaana Rtnato
Faoiilj Wines and Brandies
63 Veeurs Old
Rigger & Stevedore,
WRB OK EUR,.
RHTIMATKH ANI CONTUAtiTH UN
Al.li KIND8 OV WUUK
J Will run rxKitlarly between thli port ami
' Walaliu, Kawnlhtipnl, Mokulela, Keiiwt.
I mil ami I'uutki on tlm IbIuihI of Onhu.
1 Kor KrelKlit. eUi., Apply to the (laptaln.
Iniiiilro at olflce of J. H. Walker,
I ow Hprwkpln' Hunk, Kurt trfl. 17-tf
, OEVLON TXA AND JKWELRY.
I HK1 TO INKOHM THK PUltl.lt
a tliAt I hare inxntHl my Htom at No. tW
NinjHiiu itrcol with lylon Mkiiufknturetl
Jewelry net with UtlliUi.HuppUlreti, 1'rarli,
to. Jiat rnrlvi'il aume I'u re Ooylon TrA
try It Alio Iutirt Hahnn Knit Itannnn
I'lKHni An IliitiKCtlon of mv t'rk In mill.
elltul. W. J UADItiH,
No. IW Nuuaiiu ttrmt.
(iiililcii link i)ii,iiiir.
W. F. Reynolds, : Prop.
k I k
Are Never Astaamtd of their
Mounts. Other Riders
09 1 O f K 1 a pretty llxht whrcl
CO l-O JJUB. for roml work Un t IIT
Ihat'h thti weight of the muclime that
11. E. Wulkur rlTitf.
The "CLEVELAND" IS A GREAT SUCCESS
H. E WALKER.
AKent. Uonnlnlu. U 1
CuinmlDi Block. Mnrcbini St
A. F. Medoiros & Co.
Murohant sfk Tailoru.
Huttil HU, under ArlliiKton Houl.
Lateit Patterni in Suitings
ItccelTed by Erery Bleaumt
PERFECT FIT OK NO SALE.
"KA MAJLE" Store will
hold a Clearance Sale of Uh
Stock of Goods beginning
Thursday, Aug. 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.
Will tak a limited nuuibur of l'uplli
lieaiden,e: l.lllhn Htrret.
Mutual Telephone 1 S3
1)l'OFr.8i!01t I1KAM.KY (I1VKH 1 K8
bona In BlnuiiiKi I'mim. Violin and
't'ullu, 'IVrniB, i nu hour. l, half hour,
llutlni; Imd 1 ycarh' exiunuue ua Or
gauiat undciiolr 'trainer, lie Is open in on
eiiKUKenirut In thne tnptrltles. llent of
ttbtinionliilB. .01 Emiim otrevt Miituul
Telephone -1 VI. 1 1 Ik-'.'w
XX Room for dIiikIu i
tleinaii situated on Here.
lanhi street. 1.1 minutes'
walk from 1'ott Olllco, Addreai "U.
thla otllco. wi t
WAIK1KI ON THK
1. lieaoh. nomfortahle
riuartorx for oun or two HI n-
uie iirniieiueni iMiaru oih
iloiial) bnthlllK fat'llltlm kmmI,
lUJO-lf IIIILI.KTIN OKKIDK,
OOMPLIMENTABT TO FBED.
A Xntquerada Ball in Honor of a
Popular Young Man.
A surprise maqtierado tlnnco was
pivon Fred. Oat Wednesday evening
by his many friends. The affair
took place at tho residenco of G. E.
Boardman. The characters wore
numerous aud well sustained.
Among tho tnnro pro turnout ones
were tho following:
Arthur Wall as Grwian gent;
Tom Wall, domino; G. Murphy, do
mino; Chas Gray, Chinaman: Geo.
Augus, cavalier; Fred. Angus,
monk; Captain J. W. Pratt, hunter;
Lieut. KiMiako, negro goul; E. Ii.
Stackable, gypiy; C. F. Day, domino;
M. i'hillips, skirt dancr; H. Giles,
abbe j Mr. Willnrd, clown; A. W.
Kecch. domiuo: W. AruiMtron, ath
lete; K. Dexter, clown; W. Uarrie,
music; K. I'otter. domiuo; Mr.
Hough. schoolboy; Fred. Clay, devil;
W. A. Love, T; F. McChesnoy, do
mino; P. Lowell, Uncle Sam; Ed.
Williams, domino; II. Williams, In
dian; J. I). Gibson, domino; J.
The ladies wero represented as
follows: Miss Kenake, Columbia;
Miss Cowau, Grecinu lady; Miss
eir, domino: Miss Anil, buttercup;
Miss Lylo. old maid: Miss Annuo,
Scotch lasie; Miss Grace, flower
girl; Miss M. Lishman, shepherdess;
Miss Lishmau, 100; Miss II. Mc
Guire, domino; Miss Hamilton,
night; Miss M. Mclutyre, Grecian
lady; Miss Cbatiin, black diamond;
Miss Torbort, luth century costume;
Mrs. Keceli. domino; Mrs. W. Har
ris, fan girl; Mrs. Hough, spoons;
Mrs. McChusuey. domiuo; Mrs.
Lowell, court lady; Mrs. W. Wag
nor, gypsy; Mrs. Foster, old lime
Hawaiian lady; Mrs. II Williams,
suuflowor; Mrs. Ed. William, do
mino; Miss Gilos, Japanese.
Dancing was indulged in and a
generally good time was had, tho
Quintet Club furnishing music.
There wero a good many present who
did not participate in tho itinsquo
radd. The'dauce broke up bolwcon
oue aud two o'clock, everybody vot
ing the affair a grand success. Mr.
Oat is to be congratulated ou this
frodt evidence of his social popu
larity. Amor lean lleaponalblllty.
The powers at Washington havo
decided that the pnople of Hawaii
nave the right to establish atul
maintain their own form of govern
ment. Now, then, tho quest iou is
this: Does tho American Govern
ment intend to see that the people
will get thoir rights, or do they
mean that if tho people want their
rights, they will have to fight for
thomt If tho latter, then uuder pre
sent circumstances, tho American
Government will be held responsible
before God and man, for every drop
of blood shed. Can she afford ItT
If so her boasted champlounbip for
liberty and justice is a living lie.
Furthermore she will stand before
tho world as having thrust upon
Hawaii tho worst form of nu oligar
chy, that cau be found either in
ancient or modern history and his
tory will so record it. Bv the way,
President Cleveland coolly sends his
best wishes for tho "pergonal pros
perity" of President Dole but nary
a wish for the prosperity of his
oligarchy. The Adveitiser has said
that tho arch boodlur Morgan, of
the sugar trust Sunte, may possibly
visit Honolulu iu tho near future.
If so, n good coat of tar and feathers
would be quite tho medicine for tho
gentleman. An Ami:iiiuan.
Catarrh in tho Hoad
Is undoubtedly a disease of the
blood, and as such only n reliable
blood purifier cau effect a perfect
and poriuaucnt cure. Hood Sar
sapanlia is the best blood purifier,
aud it has cured many very severe
cases of catarrh. Catarrh often
times leads to consumption. Take
Hood's Sarsaparilla before it is too
Hood's Pills do not purge, pain or
gripe, but act promptly, easily and
Mechanics' Home, conmr Hotel
ami wuuanu street, uougiug j
day, week or mouth. Terms: 25 and
50 cent pr night; f I and 11.25 pr
THE FOREIGN DEPARTMENT
HONOLULU Free -:- Kindergartens
0a Monday, September 10th
At Dii'cli'ck a.m., at Einniu Hull, corner
of Niiuamtand Herotnulu b tree If.
M'ms llnnnali K. huhtuiin, a principal of
khut! yrura' uxperlonce in tlio liulden
(latf Free Kluduruartuiia of San Kratiuhsco
will hiiru muervlHiii of the work hern.
KliHleriiUituit hoarii; from 0 to '-. Tui
tion l free.
A truinlnif clans for Klnderpartenera,
with thrca af'eniouu hivmIouh each week,
will Ijo organized by MUa Knalmnn, on
Tuesday, Uejitetuliur lth. lit i o'clock, Iu
thu I'l.iHu-ronin at Kimim Hall.
Tiiitlnnfortrululiiuuhihat $10 per month.
Apt'llcntluiiH for adiniHKloii to the K nder
Kurtcn or training cIuhh mny ho made to
fir prlnu.pul, MlhH KiixtuiHii, or to Mr,
Harriet Uustlt) Coleman, Kinnnulal he ro
tary Honolulu Kieo Klndergarteua
W1ELAND- EXTRA - PA.LK
Lager Beer !
2 SCHOONERS FOR 25 GENTS
L, Hi. DH3B3,
A I'.Mir.s'i'ii in coffijh ii,ant.
J Hun -Mniill Capital lliiilri'd-Hilcn
did Invuttuiriit. Kixiiilru lluiLKriK Uillcu.
L. B. KERR'S
1 HAVE JUST IIKCKIVKD A
LAitGK ASSORTMENT OK . .
and Latest St)'les.
TIIB9K GOODS WILL HE SOLD IN
ANY QUANTITY 1'IIOM A
100 Yards Down to Enough
to Make a Single Salt!
- AND AT -
Hard Times Prices!
L. H. KERK, - Impoiitkr,
Hotel Street (Arlington Block)
Juat ttecflTcrl nothM Inrolre ot
Japanese Pane; Goods
- AND -
Plain and FlRnrrd Silk and Oar.
HORNING GOWNS ?&-
Plain Hllk and Eiubmldernd
Silk and Cotton Kimonos
Bilk Fans, Cashloni,
MiiDronierea una ita uotf
Table Corers. llcxl Oorera.
Silk Saihei, Neckwear.
Beautiful China Ware!
Salad IJowli, Bon-bon Dlihea,
Flatca, Kto.. KUx, Rto.
Bilk and Cotton Falamaa,
Itujra, Klfgant Lamp Shades,
Bamboo Canea, Lnnch Batketa,
llamboo Valle, Japaneae Tran.
KUi., Ktxi., KU, Kto.
Mrs, J, P. P.Collaco, Proprietress.
Nw CHWi V
KIM. I, LINK UK -
SJII and Cotton Dross Goods,
Silk, Liueu aad Crape Shuts
- OK ('OMFLKTK BTOK -
Made by Yamatoyaof Yokohama:
tW When you are In need of any line
of Japai)eae Goods, give ua Orat ualf and
xare koIhk all aroand town.
ITOH A 1ST,
SOS STort Ot-, noi Coatsxa Koum
OUhek and Glaaaware Wanted I
Olooks, Watches and Jewelry Wanted i
Old Oold and Silver Wanted!
UT HlghMt Prion Paid) Jf
114 King Stroot, Oornor of Alalcoo.
Riag Up Botb Telephones 122
Bland at Holltnicer1 Shoeing Bhop,
(Jnn trHt, near Kort,
e to .a., m:.
Il not forget the time to ring up
152-lfataal Telephone -152.
n. v. BURaasa
la still pretuired to repair Garden Hose,
Bprlnklera, Water Taps, Filing Haws and
vhuriHinlng all kinds tools, including Carv
lug Knives and Buhtiora. Uwn Mowera a
siwolalty. Also Betting (ilasn, in (act all
kinds of JnbhltiK Work railed for and re.
turned um if
JOHN T. BR.O-WN,
Ihialur in llmsallun and l''onlgn I'oataue
btainps. 1. o, llox III, Honolulu.
JJlKlifat prlyea given for (limttd and Hud
IIukuI nn HtHiniii In lachuiigii tor othir
iMiinilrltiii from jlriilrulujs upproval alicetN,
Bhents forwardi'd to iny part ol thu Islands
on aiyil cntlon with ijiwn ri'ft rviica.
J f, II U lpu to meet any collectors liy
iHlllltlUVIII, v UW-Sw
I "4 Jli.
Save Half the Amount of Tour OU
Bill Through Saving in Pigment.
Every p.iintcr should tiso Lucoi. in
stend of Linseed Oil, because:
1. Ltjcot. Is more durable than Linseed
'i. Locol Is more economical than Lin
PROOF THAT LUCOL IS MOKE
8ix years of nctttal uo in exterior
hottfo puinting in Culiforniii (lliu
most trying clitnato for paints), in
tho burning lieut of Hid Arizona J)cn
crt, tlio Arctic cold of Alaskn, and on
tho Atlantic const, imvo fully mid
praclicilly vhown thill Lticot. nhvuy
outwears Linseed Oil under tho samo
conditions. Ail tho acid workB in
(San Francisco Imvo discarded Lin
seed Oil for LttcoL.
ILLUSTRATE THIS YOURSELF.
Put strong ammonia on Linseed and
Lucol paints. Tho Linseed paints
aro destroyed in a fow minutes: tho
Lucol paints arc practically unaffect
ed. PROOF THAT LUCOL 18 MORE
Drcak tip 1 lbs. pasto whito lead
in ono pint of Lt'cot., aud tho same
quantity iu ono pint of Linseed Oil.
Spread tho paints ou similar dark
surfaces for comparison. Tho Lucol
paint spreads as far as and covers
much bolter than tho Linseed paint.
To get equally good covering with tho
Linseed paint you havo to use 2 lbs.
of whito lead to ono pint of Linseed
Oil. This means a saving of J lb. ot
pasto lead to each pint of Lucol used,
or 0 lb. to every gallon, equivalent
to your saving more than half tho
first cost of the Lucol.
Lucol is not in competition with
cheap Linseed Oil substitutes.
Agents for (tie BawaiUn IsUnrtR
Corner Nuqidd ft Hotel Streeti.
New Goods! New Goods!
KBI1KIVKI) ItY EVKUYKTKAMKIt.
Silk Dress Goods,
- ALL COUMtt -
.JAPANESE SILK CIIAPK,
I'lalll and UrornatHtl
JAl'ANKHK l.'OTTON (IHAI'K
Silk Shirts and Night Shirts,
Hllk mouses. Bilk Necktie
Handkerrhief Hbawlk, riastit-a,
Hosiery and I'hi'iuitek
Japanewi Tray. Bamboo Brreent.
Tea Beta, Flower I'ota, Ktc, Kic.
Prices Cheaper than Ever !
B. I. BHAW, I'roprletor.
and Pine Beer
HELL TELKl'HONK till.
('or. King and Nuuan'i Btrcet, Honolu'u
AT THE ANCHOR
Oyatar Cocktails 1
Bauer Brunnou 1
Straight and Mixed Drioks
Of All Kinds and ilest Quality,
loatbwett dnrarr Kiag & Naaann 8U.
For Sale I
lined but little. As good a now. Bold ou
account of owner leaving the country.
Call or addreis
lrv4 l Ufl Klny nircai
I'HAOTIOAL GUN-MAKEK I
I beg to Inform Bportiug Men and the
(lennral I'uhllo that I am prepared to lie.
Iiair aud Henuvate every descrliitlon of
rirearms. Uiius, Hlllo and Ituvolvnrs
skillfully Ke.Htouked. Uluelugand II row n
Ing doiii) lu auy shade. Klrsuclasa work,
maushlp guarautAed (hisloniera promptly
UMO.N BTltKET, HONOLULU,
Oaky Railway & Id Co.
OKKtfiUS TUB PUBLIC
Another Great Opportunity
To Boonr Rome la Ob of tfaa Moat
Dttllghtfal LoctkUtlM to Im
round In the Paradla
of the Pftclflo.
As a healthy resort Pwtrl City haa
already established an enviable reputation.
Many good oltliena In this community
have experienced the wonderful effect pro
duced by a few days sojourn In that dry,
oool atmosphere, and friro grateful Uttl
ruony to the relief they have almost In
ttantly gained from severe and long con
tinued attacks of asthma. Phyriotana
acquainted with the cllmaU of Pearl Otty
reoomraend It as a natural sanitarium.
THE WATER SUPPLY
IS AMPLE I
And can be increased to meet the needs ot
a Imputation equal to the lara-ast city la
Paor. A. fl. Lions of Oaha OoUege la
our authority for stating that the watar
supply Is the purest yet discovered In this
Special iDdQwmenti to Karly WUm:
Kor ninety days from data we will sell
LOTB ON Bl'KOIAL TEHMB favorable to
bona-flde settlers. For a term of three
months from date, lumber and all build
Ing materials will be supplied, and deliver
ed at Pearl City at much lower prioe than
ever before obtained.
Kor further particulars, call at this offloe
or on any ot the lumber dealers In this
city. Those who now own lotsai wellaa
those who propose to become resident of
that growing city, will do well to embraos
this opportunity. Those who avail them
selves of this offer, within the time named,
will be entitled to, ahd will reoelve the
following benefits l
Kor a term of ten years, this Company
will carry such resident and their famlllee
from Pearl City to Honolulu In the atom
ing arriving a little before seven o'clock,
and from Honolulu to Pearl City In the
evening leaving Honolulu station Utile
after five o'clock , for ten cents each way,
a rate less than one cent per mile. The
rates on all other passenger trains running
during the day or night will be IK cent
per mile first class, and 1 oent per mile
A good school Is about to be opened In
the Peninsula, In the fine, large, new
achooUhouse erected by Mr. J, T, Water
bouse. Residents living at Pearl Olty
heights, labove Pearl Olty station and
those having 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 L'lty, for the purpose of attend
ing school, at live cents each way for each
pupil. This Is eoal to 24 to 28 miles ride
for ten cents.
Equal Inducements for those desiring to
secure homes in this country have never
before been ottered to the public.
Tula Company has been requested from
abroad to name the price of all their nn
sold land in that locality.
Should a clearance sale be made to a
syndicate, no opportunity like the present
would again occur for the purchase of
homes at Pearl Olty.
"A Word to the Wist U
OAHU RAILWAY I LAND GO,
I.. K. DILLINGHAM,