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'plE UNDERSIGNED HAVE BEEN APPOINTED SOLE AUENTri FOH
these 8hhki)1)KU8 unit arc now iirep.ircd to receive orders.
The great advauUigud to bo derived from tho no of the National Uark
rfHRiUDKU are thoroughly eatahllshed nml acknowledged by Planter
The Urge number of l'lnutern using them iu the United tiUUu, Oulm,
Argentine Republic, Poru, Australia nd ehtuwuero, bear witur-si. to the
The use of the 8iikkdikh very largely numenta the qimutliy of cane
the mill can grind ('25 to M'A), alao the extraction of Juice ( to 12).
It is a great safeguard, making known nl otiro the presence of auy
pieces of iron, slakes from cars, or anything which would be liable to datnugi
the mill, and allowing ample time to remove same before damaging the mill.
The Siirkdukk is very strongly made, and from the manner of it opera
tion it cuU or tears these piece of wood or iron without often breaking the
dURKUDKR; and if anything breaks, it is simply some of the knives or cutters,
which can be quickly and economically replaced. The Siiukiidku, as it
name indicates, tears the cane into Mired? of varying lengths, peifcclly open
ing it and allowing the mill to thoroughly press out tho juices without re
quiring the immense extra power necessary to grind or crush tho whole
cane. The 8iiubddkr spreads the shredded cane uniformly and evenly to
the mill rolls, and does away with the uecexsity of spreading the bagatse by
hand between the mills, where regriuding is in use. No greater amount of
boiler capacity is required to operate the Siikkudkii than that which war
sufficient for the mill, for the above reannus. We furnish full working
drawings for tho installation of our Siikkudkks, euabliug any competent en
gineer to successfully install and start them.
In ordering 8iikf.ddku8 from us, please send small sketch, showing tht
diameter and width of the mill rolls with which Siiukddku is to bo connected,
also the side (either right or left hand as you face the delivery cide of lb
mill;, upon which the mill engine is located, also the height from floor line
ui center of front mill roll shaft, and distance center this shaft to front end
tf bed plate. Theie Siikkddkkh are now being need by the Ililo Hngur On.
and Hawl Mill, Kohata, where they are giving great satisfaction.
gtT1 Prieo and further particular? may bo had by applying u
WM. Q. IRWIN & CO., L'd..-
(RLltl'HllNK 11)4 -
IMPOKTKIi AND DKALKK IN
GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, FLOUR and PEED.
Good!) RocolTcd by Every
mf All Orders faithfully etu-ml Ui,
olimuxl and packed Willi curt.
Likoolm Bux'., Kino StfiKkt.
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LEWIS & CO..
Ill If OUT STUKKT.
Importers. Wholesale i Retail Oners
Provision Dealers & Naval Supplies
PrMb Goods by Every California Stoamur.
ICK - HOUSE - GOODS - A - SPECIALTY.
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Groceries, - Provisions - and - Feed.
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fHlCNB CALIFORNIA i'KODUCB BV KVURY STEAM KH
Fart nf u-
(Lann Oamas Souoitro
w. w. ahana.
333 XTvivLamu Strt
(irllib, Scotch and American Goods.
Htyk and Kit UiiaranWril.
Oleaning & Repairing
P. 0. Soi Ul.
Pure ?SH Milk
TOR SA.LH3 '
Delivered Twice Daiiy
TO ANY i'AHT OK TIIK OITY
autoal 607-TELEPB0NC3 Bell 460
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flO VRN KBG & CO.,
II Knuaiin Htfi
Tiiuiiths, Plimbino. f.tr,
UHOUKKIIY and OLAHHWAKK.
fit H IIKWtlH.l IHI.ANIf
P O UX in
Butter and Island Batter
ON HAND rj
Steamer (rem Sao Krouciscu
KuliKfartloii guaranteed fiml tiniar
Hkt. Fort i Ai.akka .STHCknt.
f n MUX tr.
-f. o hox m
to and (luud
UnliVHrad tu mi.
'Ifirnur Uulnl A Nouaoa Strnati
Fitmilj Wines and Brandies
S3 Yeara Old
JE. 1ST. RBQUA,
KC'fil .MANAUKIt (dm
WM. DA VIES,
Rigger & Stevedore,
KHTIMAJ'Kh ANI CON'I'UAC'IH N
Al.l. KI.NfmoK WORK
1 Will run irjiulnriy U'Iwchii llilf Hrt hml
WiiIhIiui KiiwiiiliHimi, Miiknlnla, Khw
I lull and I'milki un the Ihland nf Oitlni.
For Vrrty.Ul, hip. il)' " tli (.Vpuiln.
olfii'f of J H.
Ilnnk. Knrl lrrf
fJKYI.ON TEA AWDJEWELUY.
( lti:i 10 INKOItM TDK IMIJII.H
i thiil I huvtMi.i'nd in) blurt- at Ho. (Mi
Niiuami vIihoI nU I'tiylnn Muiiufanttir'd
Jmvurv -)l with t'.tililnx, KniiplilifH, J'liarlx
tto. Just rrleiMitiw I'nrHl'ejIon'Ira
Irvtt t.n IiiJiuii Hcin 4nd Dnii'or.
'lM'fi- All limiK'itlldn nf mv tci!k In null,
rlluj. V. J H.MIU.H,
No, Hi Niiuami trrut.
bolileo llui! Bazaar.
W. F. Reynolds. : Prop.
Are Never Asham-.d of their
Mounts. Other Riders
Often Are I
09 1 O I tie ' a Irtty llulit wln-id
66 L'6 litis. fur ,0..,i work ln t It?
'Ilni'h tlm w.'lilil nf ilio iimclilnu tlint
It. i:. W'ulkur rKlu.
The "CLEVELAND' IS A GREAT SUCCESS
H. E WALKER.
A n nl. tlmmltiln. H 1
Uummint Bluer.. Knrrtitnl St
A. F. Medeiros & Co.
Hut l Hu, under Arlington Huutl.
Latest Patterns in Suitings
KMiclTtid by Kcry Htnier
PBRl-EGT FIT OR NO SALE
"KA MAILE" Store will
hold a Clearance Sale of tin
Slock of Goods beginning
Thursday, Aug, 9th, and con
tinue to the end of the viouth.
This Store will go out oj
buDinens at that time.
Come and pick out what
you want before it in all gone.
Will tako a llniltml number of I'nplli
- :pijk.2sro -
nealilenr-e; I.llllm (Street.
Uuiual Telophono 1 63
pi-OKhBOH ItKADI.KY (1IVI5S IKS
L fuiin in ftliiL'Ini;, I'liiiin Vli lln him
'i olio 'iVriiiH, .' an liunri 1, halt lionr.
llmliiK IihiI '."i ymr' bx-ur.iK'H hi- Or
Maui") Mini Clinir Traliifr. tin In npen In un
Ulnrilcrini nt ill tlin-v iMip u-itloi, i Itto t nf
IrHiliimiiliilH. ri l: i 1 1 1 1 it Htrci't Miitiiui
1 1 1.1 '.'
Hoeia for hIiikI Ken-
tiiiiln ktrciit, lf
VMllk fiom I'ust
Aililri'Ks '-ll, "
1 I WAIKIKI ONTHR
t (tench, cuinlortulilu
iiinrlirh fur out) or two Bin
ulv lisntlfiiifii: lioard on-
lldinil; ImtliliiK ImcIIIiImh goisl.
tuvitf IIUM.KTIN OKKItJK.
"Your Lifo Is Not Worth a Straw."
Not worth a straw, el!? Tliuti it
was worth just nothing iinthiiiK at
all. Who has uot iwtl that coin-
i pnriaoti a thottfatiil times to fxprcw
ahsolutn wortliosni?? A RtrawT
The wind blows it awaj", firo btirus
it up, cattlo trrailit in tho mtid, it
rots hy tho roadsiilo. What or it?
Who ("arcs for a straw!
Ytt thi is exactly what a doctor
recent lj aid to one of his patients.
" Tour life is tint north a ttraw."
How much is a doctor worth who
will speak so to one that trusts him,
ami Iiih no hope hut in his nkillt
For niv part, if he were up for sale
at miction, 1 would hid one straw
for him no more. Even if what ho
said was true, ho had no right to
say it. Such a doctor t inoro likely
to utll with Ins touguu Uiau to euro
with his drugs.
A woman toll the story, and she
tells it well. If it doesn't sound
like tho truth, then I don't know
what ever does. Tho dates aud
facts are all thorn, plain and or
derly. "Iu tho summer of 1878," she says,
"I found myself feeling tired, lan
guid, low-spirited and weak. I felt
as if some evil was about to happen.
My nppxtito waj poor, nud after
eating I had excruciating pain at
my loins and sides. There wa? a
horrihlo pain at tho pit of my sto
mach, aud a riving iu tho throat at
if 1 should choke. My head felt as
though I had a ton weight ou it
Gradually 1 got worse( aud for
mouth could take ouly luiuid food.
At night I lay nwako for hours to
gether. "Later on I Buffered greatly from
nervous prostration. My legs trem
bled and shook so I feared to fall.
If a knock cninu to tho door I trem
bled from head to foot. I had fre
quent attacks which begau with
palpitation of the heart nud sudden
stoppage of the breath. At these
times I wa speechless and helpless.
Thej say I looked liken corpse, cold
and bloodless, my fingernails and
lips having turned black. After a
while this would pans off, leaving
mo weak aud prontrate. 1 got so
emaciated and thin that 1 was only
a hug oflimtrt, and so weak I had to
take hold of tho furniture to steady
in sol f as I eroded the room. As
time went ou tho nervousness and
forebodings of evil so increased that
I feared I should go out of my
tuitid. The neighbors said it would
bo a mercy if tho Lord would re
leao me from my sufferings.
"In this condition 1 continued for
over four year, iiirn u-liMi fim'
ciniiult'il fir'' il'ictor, but nothing
they gave mo did uny good. They
all said my ailment was heart
disease, and one said, ' leiir lift i
not worth a it raw.'
"Iu despair 1 gno up taking
physic, a I felt that nothing would
save mo. In Mav, 18S2, ten years
ago, a lady (Mrs. WichanUon) called
at my hotixcg told mo of Mother
Seigel's Curative Syrup, and strong
ly advired mo to try it. 1 did so,
and felt somewhat bettor after the
llrrtt bottle; and by the time I had
taken three bottle I wuscumtilololy
cured. From that to this i have
had no return of the attacks, and
am fo strong I can do any kind of
work. Hut for Soigei'a Syrup I
should have hou iu 1113' grave long
ago. I wish other to know this,
and will answer any who call or
write." (Signed) Lmjia Wickcsdun
(wife of WMIiutu Wickcuileu. gar
dener), Pembmku Villas, 12J, Moff.it
Itnad, Thornton Heath, March
So it turned out that her life was
not only worth a straw, but worth a
whole golden harvest of health and
better dnys. Vet 110 thanks to tho
doctors, iler coiutilicated symp
toms puzzled and alarmed them, to
be Mire, but why? Is it uot tho doc
tors' duty to understand such thiugsT
Mont msurcdly. Just n a lawyer
hhould know tho law. or a pilot tho
rocks, tides, aud light of a coast.
Had homo of th"o medical men
known that Mrs. Wiehcudc u'a mala
dy was iudigc.Miou and dyspepsia,
aim not uearl disease, lliey miulil
possibly have relieved her. Uut,
confuted by tho symptoms, they
wore blind to the cause. We may
well wonder if there are many uueii
doctors iu EiiL'laud.
Cases like thin show that tho clear
sight belonged to Mother Selgelj
aud to her remedy hosts of people
iu this country are indebted for
physical salvation wheu, iu very
truth, their Ihcs seemed as draws.
Itouirinber this was ten years ago,
and the malady has not returned,
showing that the cure was a perma
Furloinud u Fig.
A native complained to tho police
011 Tuenday Ihm that a pig which
had arrived ou tho steamer W. U.
Hall from Hawaii that day had been
stolen and ho could Hud 110 trace of
it. Detective Lareeu and his meu
were put on the cceut, and yester
day located tho grunter iu tho peg
softhlon of n Chinaman at Kukulu
aeo. Tho Ohiuaman had bought it
from a Portuguese. After 110 little
trouble the latter wai found and ou
hi:, refundinc the Chinaman' money,
it was decided not to prosecute tile
man. The native has his pig, the
Chinaman his money back, aud the
Portuguese has the name of a thief.
While iu Chicago, Mr. Charles L.
Kuhlor, n proiuiuout t-hoo uierchnut
of Dch Moiiien, Iown, hml quite n
xerioiiH time of it. lie took Mich n
novoro cold that ho eouhl hurilly
talk or niivigrUo, Imt the nronipt use
of Chniuhorlaiu' Coiigii Remedy
cured him of liis cold ho ipiii-ldy
that others nt the hotel who had
had coIiIk followed III example and
half adoen perMins onlmed it from
thonearcht dniblore. They wi. re
iirnfiiM) in their thanks to Mr.
Kuhlor for telling them how to euro
n had cold mi quickly. Kor nnlo hy
all dealem. liein-on, Smith .V (Jo.,
Adonic for tho llauuii.'iii lrlauds
.Mi'iihaiiiea' II (iiie), comer Hotel
And Nuuaiiii lri't. Lodging ly
day. wccli or iiiruith Triun: ih nud
TjOijenlH per nighh fl hw fl Vn ir
Tho S. S. Warrlmoo, from I lie
ColonliM, arrived ou Hehodulo (lino.
L. B. KKRIi'S
I HAVR JUST URCKIVKD A
LAKOK ASSORTMENT OK . .
and Latest Styles.
THESE 0001)3 WILL HE SOU)
ANY QUANTITY FltOM A
100 Yards Down to Enongh
to Make a Single Salt I
- AND AT -
Hard Tiines Prices!
Li. 11. KERR, - Impoiitku,
Hotel Street (Arlington Block)
Jimt KiTf irml another lnrolrol
Japanese Fancy Goods
- AND -
i'lnln mi Klitm-ril Silk snd Oriirw.
MORNING COWNS kSZT
(Main Bilk nl KmbroMrrrd.
Silk and Cotton Kimonos
Silk Kiinn, Cnthloim,
Kiiilirolilorcd HUk Tea I'okIm
T11I1I0 t'over. Hrd Ootcm
rillk Hiulios, Netikwear.
Beautiful China Ware!
Salmi llimln, Don-lan Dirties,
VUW.; Ktc Etc.. Kto.
Silk and Ootton I'alamam
llngi. Ktt'Rant I.nniii Hhadei.
Ilmnbeo Canek, Lunch ltanketk.
lln 111 boo Valltt. JapatiMr Tra
KUi., Kto., Ktc, Kto.
Mrs. J. P. P. GoIIrco, Proprietress.
f iSl M- ". x
Wholesale jf Retail.
KIMil. t.INK Of
Japanese1.' Goods 1
SHI im1 Cottoo Druss Goods,
SilU-iiiiii 'iiiiICi' i!i; Slink
-OK r)Mll.KTK HTDi'K -
MmlR by Yaiiiateyn of YnkobHiua
nt" Wlirn yon are In need of any Hie
of .litpuiiHDO (IooIh, give Ub lint nail ami
nave khIiik all around town.
aoa Fort Qt xxaavx Ovtotom IZoum
Uialiei ami (lluhswurt. Wantcil
OlookH, Wallifti unit Jnwclry Wantt '
Old Gold ami Ullvr Wanted I
Htgbfrt Pr1c Paid I M
114 King Street, Corner of Alakou.
Rinn Up Both Telephones 122
Bland h( HollliiKvr' Htioflny Hhop,
jiin irH( n,iHr Kort.
JAM KB I'OM.OOK.
e TO jl. 3.
Do nut leri'Hi the time U riliK up
152 Mutual Telophono 152
N P QTJR,aHUS3
li- at'll irtiDitril tti repair (lardi'li Hniw.
Hi.rinklt.rb, WitUr Thi, Killuu Hiiwh ami
ali.ii imnliii: nil kind!. iihiIh, liicliidlie.' Curv
iliK RiilvcHiind BcliHiirx. Ijovii Mnwern h
MKicinlti. Alan K.illliiit (ilais, In fart all
win. me inixiiiiv wort
rnllwl fur and re-
JOHN T. ER.O-WW,
Donlcr in lliiwalliin nml i'ot.'lun 1'iMtuec
(Stnni.. Co, Jlo III, IIum.iIiiIii,
Jjllt1 cm i rlcin j-lvi'ii fur Uniihid unii Muni
lliowitiin Kianips In uulmtiKn for oiler
tiiiintrli'U from llrt-rluHn iiiiiriviil nIiuhih,
Iliici'laiirvKi'ilfd to ntiy imriof tint laiamlr
ou Hjil k'Mloii wltli town n-lvrt'iict).
J I II la tii'. lo iiicvt uny t'olletitom hy
8avo Half tho Amount of Your Oil
Bill Through Saving in Figment.
Every p.iintcr should use Ltrcoi,
stcud of Linseed Oil, because:
I.ccot Is moro durable thnn Linseed
'i. I.Rcot. Is moro economical
than I.I n-
PROOF THAT LUCOL IS MORE
Six years of ncttml uso In exterior
liotito painting in California (the
most trying cliiniito for paintc), iu
the huruliiK heat of tho Arizona Div
ert, the Arctic cold of Alaska, ami on
the Atlantic coant, linvu Hilly anil
practically shown tli.il Lttcoi. always
outweurn LiiiHceil Oil under the giime
comlitlouM. All the acid wnrka in
Sun Francisco have illKcarilcit I.in
sccd Oil for LucoL.
ILLUSTRATE THIS YOURSELF.
Put strong ammonia on Linseed and
l.ucol paints. The Lintccd paint
tire destroyed in 11 few minutes; tho
Lucol palms are practically unitlkct
cd. PROOF THAT LUCOL IS MORE
Break up IJ lhs. paste white lead
in one pint of Ll'col, nud tho same
cpmntlty in one pint of I.iiieccd Oil.
Spread the paints on himllar dark
siirfucca for cotnparison. Tho Lucol
paint spreads as far as nud covert
much heller than the Linseed paint.
To get equnlly good covering with tho
Liusccd paint you have to uo 2 Ihs.
of white lead to ouu pint of Liusccd
Oil. This nie.iiis a saving of j lh. of
paste lead to each pint of l.ticoi. used,
or (I lh'. lo every gallon, equivalent
to your saving more than half the
llrsl cost of the Lccol.
Lccol is uot iu competition with
cheap Unseed Oil euhstlluics.
Agents for trie Hawaiian Islands
Corner Nnuann 4 Hotel Sireelt.
New Goods! New Goods!
KKHKIVKl) II V KVKItYHTKAMKIL
Silk Dress Goods,
- .M.I. roi.oiiH-
.IAIANKSE SILK CIIAIMC,
Hlnin nml ilnxsitwli
JAl'AVKHH COTTON I'lUi'K
Silk Shirts and Night Shirts,
HUk ItliKirxk. Mlk Ne'ktlt
HnifltMiviilrfx HIihwIh, Ha.M(
Hiil-ry aim ni-mii
Silk unii Cottuft Ktnutius !
J Italics Trays HsiiiIxkj fftfrii,
Ta rVI. Klowwr I'oU, Kto.. Ku.
Prices Cheaper than Ever 1
8. I. 811 AW, Proprietor.
ItKI.I. TKI.KI'IION'K till.
Cor. Kli'gancl Niiuiuei Htrci't, if onolo'ii
AT THE ANCHOR
OyBter Oocktaila I
Bauer Uruiuien I
Frodurickuburg Bear 1
Straight and Mixed Diluks
Of All Kinds and llmt (jimllty.
Honlhwest tlnrurr KI1.5 & Nnuauu Ets.
For Sale I
llaml lint little,
Ah eood n. nuw, Selil 1111
aijcuiiiit of (iwucir Icavmn the roiintry
m- Call or uitilrn
in k lnv Url
I'KAUTHiAJ, - UN-MAK.EH!
I Kk in Inform Hporting Men ami the
Oeneriit I'uhlli' that I mil prepared to He
lm I r and Iteiiovate ever) deicrlptlon of
Firearm, duns, ItiileH and lieTolver
skillfully Ite-nl.viul. lllueliiK anil Drown
ing done In sny shade, t'lrsl-ilaaa work
in una hip guarmileeil Oiisloieon promptly
UNION HTHKCT, HONOLULU,
l!l fi Mll
111 111 I- 11 111 I ll II' I II
I I "l
(Mm Railway & Laud Co.
OKFtCUS THK PUBI.IU
Another Great Opportunity
To 8anra Horaoa In Ona of tha Host
Delightful tiOCAlitlM to b
round In tho Paradla
uf thn Paotflo.
A a hralthy raaort faarl Ulty baa
alrraily eatabllibrd an anTiabla rcpnUtlon.
Many roikI cltliens in thli oomtnunlty
liareexprlanord tha wonderful effect pro
duced by a few daya aojourn In that dry,
cool atmosphere, and give grateful toitl
tnony to tha relief they hare atmoat In
unlly Kled from aerer and long con
tinued attacks of antbma. Phyalelana
acquainted with the ollmata of Pearl Olty
rtM'dinnirnd It a a natural lanlUriura.
THE WATER SUPPLY
IS AMPLE I
An.l tutu tM iiicrvaked to uimi th ummI ol
a imputation equal to the largest olty In
I'aor. A. 11. tiom of Oahu Oollega la
our authority for stating that tha waUr
upply Is the purest yet dlacoTerwd In this
Special loducflroeais 10 Barly Sutlers:
Kor ninny days from data wa will sail
1A)T8 ON ai'KOIAI. TKKM8 favorable to
bona-rtde settlers. Kor a term of thrwo
months from date, lumber and all build
ing materials will be supplied, and deliver
ed at Pearl Ulty at much lower price than
aver bufora obtained.
Kor further iartlculars, call at this office)
or on any of the lumber dealers In thia
city. Those who now own lota u wall aa
those who propone to become residents of
that crowing city, will do wait to embrace)
this opportunity. Thoee who avail them
Mires of this offer, within the time named,
will tie entitled to, ahd will reoal? tho
Kor a torui of ten years, this Company
will carry such residents and their families
from Pearl Olty to Honolulu in tha morn
ing arriving a little before seven o'clock,
and from Honolulu to Pearl Olty in tha
ureuing learlng Honolulu station little
after five o'clock , for Un cenU each way,
a rata less than one cent per mile. Tba
rates on all other passenger trains raunlng
during the day or night will be IK oeats
per mile first class, and I cant per mile
A good school Is about to be opouvd In
the Peulnsula, In the tine, large, uew
school-hoiiae erected by Mr. J. T. Water
Iioumj. Ittialdenta living at Pearl Ulty
heights, above Pearl Ulty stationl and
thoie having homea on the Peninsula, will
be allowed u ride free on regular trains
between Pearl City stations to and from
Those who want to continue to send their
childreu to schools in Honolulu, can hava
trausiortatlon on nil regular trains to and
from Pearl City, for the purposu of attend
ing Hchoul, at live cents each way for each
pupil. This is equal to 21 to 20 miles rlda
for ten cents.
Equal Inducements for those desiring to
secure homes In this country have never
before been ottered to the public.
This Company has been requested from
abroad to name the price of all their un
sold land in that locality.
rihotild a clearance sale be made to a
syndicate, no opportunity like the present
would again occur for the purchase of
hoinea at l'arl City.
"A Word to the WUi is
OAHU RAILWAY & LAND CO,
ll. K. DII.UMUIAM,