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National Cane Shredder
PATBNTHI1 UNflKft TMK I.AWSOKTHK IMWtlMfi IHHNI1-
THE UNDERSIGNED HAVE BEEN APPOINTED SOLE AUEXTtf KOK
tUco HHhKDDEiifl ami uru now preiiAroit to receive orduro.
The great advanlugeii to bo derived (rum the Hue of tlio National Oahk
3hrbddkr are thoroughly established and acknowledged by I'lantors
The largo number ol Planters using them in the United States, Cuba,
Argentine Republic, l'eru, Australia and elouwhere, beat witness to the
The use of the Siikkuubr very Inreely auiitueuts the nuautity of cane
tho mill can griud (25 to 50X), also the
It ! u fffpal afimi Jnt nstilrifiit
- Uw (b.b v w nuunu f - OUV tIIU ,Dl-aV.' nMJ
p.eces of iron, s Likes from curs, or any tiling which would bo llublo to damage
the mill, and allowing muplu time to remove same beforn damaging the mill.
The SiiHEDDKit is yary strongly made, and from the manner ol its opera
tion It cut or tears theso pieces of wood or iron without often breaking the
tiHBEDDKR; and if anything breaks, it is simply some of the knives or cutters,
which can be quickly and economically replaced. The Siirrdukk, as its
name indicates, tears tho cauu into shreds of varying lengths, perfectly open
ing it and allowing the mill to thoroughly press out the juices without re
quiring the immeiiso extra power necessary to griud or crush the whole
cane, The Shrkudkr spreads the shredded cane uniformly and evenly to
the mill rolls, and does away with the necessity of spreading tho bitgasso by
band between tho mills, where regriuding is in use. No greater amount of
boiler capacity is required to operate tho Hiirkodkh lhau that which wai
sufficient for tho mill, for the above reasons. Wo furnish full working
drawings for tho installation of our Bjiukudkua, enabling any competent en
gineer to successfully insult and stmt them.
lu ordering Hhkkimikub from us, please send small sketch, showiug tin
diameter and width of tho mill rolls with which Hiikeddku is to be connected,
lo tho sido (cither right or left hand as you faco tho delivery side of the
mill1, upon which tho mill engine is located, also the height from door line
to oouter of front mill roll shaft, and distance center this shaft to trout end
of bed plate. Thoso Hiiukddkbh are now being used by tho lillo Sugar Co.
and Uawi Mill, Kohala, whero they are giving great satisfaction.
0" Prices and further particulars may be had by applying u
IMl'OKTEH AND DEALKK IN
GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, FLOUR and FEED.
Fresh California Roll Butter and Island Batter
Ibi Goods Received by Ever; Steamer from Sao Francisco
atT" All Orders faithfully attend to. Satisfaction ituaranUtni Imaml )niin
oUnttted and packed with cars.
LmooLN Ulock, Kino Strkct, Hrr. Port on Alakra .Stskhts.
Burn tki.hphonkb wo f mx -in
LEWIS & CO
in EOKT STKKET.
Importers, Wholesale 4 Retail liners
Provision Dealers & Naval Supplies
Ereth Qoodi by Every California Steamer.
ICK - HOUSE - GOODS - A - SPECIALTY.
Island Orduki Soucitkp.
TILMl'IIONB n 1'. 0 BOX Ur.
FL E. MclNTYKE & MU).,
IStrOBTKM ANO PriMUM l
Groceries, - Provisions - and - Feed.
Kw (foodi Kecetved by Kvery Packet from the Kattern tjtstM ami Uurop
KBK8H - OALlFOliNIA PRODUCE - HY - EVERT STEAMER
All Urder (ltiilully attended In and (tood Delivered to an
Part ol the 'itv KHKK
laiaao Omotu HouuiTsn STjArauTiu OuTnta
HT C'OltNKK wnn NI KIN DTKKK.TN.
W. W. AHANA,
X a 3 XTvlvlaxiu Otit
Kogllsli, Scotch and Amertcau Goods.
Style ami Pit (Icmtuntfed,
Cleaning & Repairing
lotDil Tele. 668. P. 0. Box 144.
Pur el!9i Milk
Delivered Twice Daily
TO ANY I'AItT OK TlIK CITY
MBtBil 507-TELEPH0NE3 Bell 460
IllU-lm J IHKMIKllO. i'rnp
HO 7EN KEE t CO.,
tl Nunmiu Htrenl
Tlisaitbs, Plombino. Etc.
CHOOKKKY and (lI.ABHWAItK.
extraction of juice (6 to 12.). '
Irttrtttrti n( i.nMn llm itri.umioti i9 atiu
IRWIN & CO., L'd..
4V Aoinlt for th. Ilnwxilnn llnvU
-V II BOX S7S
ON BAND Jg
JsT SiTllfAOTlON OrjArUNTKrU.
WM. DA VIES,
Rigger & Stevedore,
KHriMATEB AND OONTKACTH ON
Al.l. KINDH UK WO UK
Will run re L'tilsrly between this jiort and
Wuiulua, Kawuiimpnl, Mukulnla, Keawe
mil and I'uulkl on the Hland of ObIiu.
Kor Kreltflit, etc., apply to the Captain.
Inniiire at ottice ol J. 6. Walker
over tipreukWa' Imnk, Kurt street w, tl
A. F. Medeiros & Co.
Merchant T Tailors
tlutnl Ht iimler Arlington Howl
Latest Patterns in Saltings
Ilu'elyeil by Kvery Bieanmi
PERFECT FIT OR NO SALE
OEYLON TEA ANP JKWKLBY.
I UKO 10 INKOItM TIK PUIIUC
1 tlmt I have oH)iied my Htore at No. 45
Nuiianu street with Ceylon Mamilurtureil
Jewelry let with Kiililwi, RHpphirea, I'earlk,
hIo. Just received nome I'uru ( Vylon Tea -tt
It 4Iko Indian Hahatia and Dinsnn
ClL'iirit An HiHpti'tloti of in v fctiu'k U noli
uIiimI V J HADItiM.
No. -t.Vi .Niiuniio KtrtHt
)IU)rKSS01t IIIIADI.I'.V (IIVi;s ;s
L hoiih In hiiitilnt-', I'laiio. Vhilin hik
'folio. 'IVrtim. i'i mi hour, l, IinII Iwiir
lliivlnu Imd 'J1 1 n.irn' nxierirliie Hk (lr
Kiinlti unit (!holr Truliinr. lie Unpen loan
I'lllfuxeniciit In lho rpnlli's. Ilii.t ol
lerlliiionluls. 01 Kiiiimi ttrvt. Mutual
Tulupholle IDH. 1 1 !&'.'
ioldeo Rule Bazaar.
W. F. Reynolds, : Prop.
THE FOREIGN DEPARTMENT
or r UK
HONOLULU Free -:- Kindergartens
On Monday, Sopteubor 10th
AUluVlotik ,. m.i at Ktmim INII, cormtr
of Miimim mill 1'eretaiiln pt'o.'i.
M'p iliiiitmli K fnt, i.tiii. it iirlnulpiil ol
frnvvrnl '!' fXiiTk-iiiv In tli- i IiIcm
(iHle Kre Kliulerpirtimx of Hun Kriincliieo
will have Mtprvt'lim of lh work dcr.
Kl!iclerjriutii liiiiim: f mm tl to ii!. Till
A trninltiK c'im for KlmlrpnrtiMirr',
with tin vr nf'crnooii omMnni witfli weiik,
will Ui orisitlilteil liy MIm Kotninti, on
Tui'Ml.iy. Heptemlier t'th. ut 'J o'clock, In
tliKi'liof-room at Km inn 1 1 nil.
Tultlmt for trnlttlntjcluHHt Hii'r tuniitli.
Apilkntloii for iuliiiliilon lotlin K inler
marten or training rliiMt mny lm ninile m
t'i prlnoipiil, Ml Kiirtniiin, or to Mr,
llnrili t l'ntlr Coleinnii, Fliuinrinl ho n
lury Honolulu Kteu KlmlerKiirlein.
Unrnar Bolal k Nddioo 8rrt
- CHOICE OI.D-
Pamlly Wines and Brandies
S3 Years Old.
B. N. R,HSQXJ-A.,
1U2H MANAOKK lim
W1ELAND - EXTRA PALE
Lager Beer !
2 SCHOONERS FOR 25 GENTS
L. K. IDEE,
fi. I. HHAW, I'roprlutur.
. and Fine Beer
iiki.i. ti:i.ki'1Iom; mi
l 'or. KIukuiM Niiimnii Ktreel, lloiiolu u
Comer KIiik .V Nmianii Hu..
Kn, Woi.t(h, i : : i Mhubuki.
Finest of Wines & Liquors
Billiard & Readlug Room
rnti to PATnoNt.
AT THE ANCHOR
Oyator Gocktuils I
Bnuor Urunnon I
Frodorickuburi; Hour !
Straight and Mixed Drluks
Ol All Kindaand item (Quality.
Boutiiweit Ooroir King It Nutuuu BU.
L&TE FOREION HEWB,
FnGNCil TROOM AT UlAS'OO.
Advieca from St. Paul du Loan (In,
W'pst Africa, say thai n dotachniont
of 200 French troopu acconiianied
by fitild guns was landed at LoatiKo,
destined for tho Anghir region. Tho
nutlioritit's of tho Coubo Froe State
wni punhiuff forward troopo, guns
antl stores with thu vitjtv of uphold
itij thoir side of the diaputr, which
has aince been oll led by tho treaty
at Paris on August 1". Meantitno a
collision between tho French aud
Congo troops is feared.
.STttlKC IX f.STIIl.lA.
A striko which has broken out
aniona tho oliuen shearers in Now
South Wales has been tho cause of a
number of outrages. A mob of non
union strikers tried to capture a
number of free shearers at Natalie,
near Wileannin, so as to prevent
them from working. The. police in
tervened and in a struggle with tho
uniouNts shot two of them fatally.
A party of armed men boarded the
steamer Hoduey, which was convey
ing some free shearers up tho Dar
ling Hivor, and set it on fire aud it
SHOT at Tiin Jl'tKli:.
A tnn.t dramatic scene was wit
ncssed in the local court at Kssel.
Prussia, on Aug 27. A miner named
Lodz had been tried anil convicted
of insulting nu imperial olllcer at a
recent meeting of socialists. Tho
court sentenced tho prisoner to a
fortnight's imprisonment. Tho mo
ment sentence was passed Lodz
drew a revolver and fired two shots
at tho Judge, who fled from tho
bench iu alarm but unhurt. The
desperate man then aimed the pistol
at his own head and fired without
elTect. Some of tho court ollicials
by this time had regained thoir pres
ence of mind and Lodz was disarmed.
IHIIT IV tlCvKtA.
...J .teAtei-'is1 te,n,-
Count Tyszkiewcz, tho largest land
owner of tho distric.t,'whon chateau
adjoins the village, deprived tho
peasant tenants of their cattle. This
so enraged (ho tenants that a body
of 100 armed mon with shotguns,
rifles and scytho blades, marched
upon the Count's rosidonco ami
mado a fierce attack upon the build
ing, which was stoutly defended by
tho count's servants. The latter,
after a sharp battle, repulsed the
peasants, wounding several of them.
Only one of tho count's servants wan
hurt. No lives were lost on either
UllilllllMlCmi IN CIIIUAOO.
The Gee I ling, tho Chinese secret
society, whoo avowed intention is.
it is said, to effect tho overthrow of
tho piesent Emperor of China, is
being rapidly recruited iu Chicago,
and Sunday, September '.I, has been
selected for holding a big conclave
there. Prominent Chinamen from
all parts of tho country will be
there, and it is expected that tho
order will at that time decide upon
the coimo to be pursued iu thu Chi-
uesoMJapancso war. Now uieinbers
are being secured daily ami the Geo
lling headquarters on South Clatk
etreol are the rceuo of freiteul in
itiations. The "initiation" includes
a ceremony iu which everybody pres
ent draws some of his blood, which
is caught in a (ankard ami sipped
by all, including the initiates.
A5IUKII AN NOTl:S.
The steamer Monmouthshire ar
rived at New York on Aug. 27 from
Japan and China ports alter a re
markably quick passage of forty-one
days. At Anu-y olio took on a full
cargo of tho new scaxouV tea of
fomo :J')()0 ton-, and sailed for Now
York via tho Mie. canal.
George 11. Shaw, Kepublicau mem
her of Congre.-N died at L'au Claire,
YYlscousin, Aug. 27. He was a dele
gate to the National Kepublicati
convention iu Chicago iu 1881 and
was supreme chancellor, kingliU of
Pythias 0f the World, from July,
lS'.K), to Atigui-t, 1M2.
Mrs. Cclia TlniUer, tho poetess,
died suddenly at Inle of Shoals, New
Hampshire, Aug. I'd. Shu was born
iu Portsmouth, N. II., Juno 2o, lSJio.
'1 here wore UIKX) people at the
Ilristol mill gate, New Bedford,
Mass, the morning of Aug. 27, but
110 attempt was made to start tho
mill. A inass.nii'eting of striking
weavers followed. Tho Howlaud,
ICiuh aud New Umlford mills started
up quietly with 110 demonstration
by tho operatives, Tho strike con
tinues uuabated at Suncook, N. 11.
About 3(500 operatives wore set to
work at Lowell, Mass.
Admiral Skerrntt hod to pause at
Deuver, iu his journey to Washing
ton, on account of illness.
General Dimoud, iu a report to
Governor Markham, compliments
thu California militia on their con
duct and work during (ho strike
An electric street car rati away on
a down grade, on the Sau Mateo
road, Sau Francisco, Aug. 27. Three
women who jumped o!F iu a pauiu
Morning aud Evening Star.
Men, women mid children will en
joy the .Miiruuig uiiil livening Slur
iliiukh. For thuir pleah.ini ll.ivor 11111I
Miolhmc illcul genei.illy, the l.ulio,
whiiMi delicate hyslenis requite 11
hoveriiKf Ih.tt will act gently unci lie
eutiiil.v r.iiV under nil couiliiioiiM, are
eulliu-ntic iu their pr.iim of Morn
lug and Kteuiug Star, and the men
iltfir Hum to nil othei 1 1 1 inks hu-ciiiiM-
tin are moielieuellcinl in their
cllecth. They do not inii'ifcro with
liiiHiiOf ur pleiiMiie ami ate cnlirily
flee frniil all illjlll lolls ur dlMlglt'ealile
MlliM.tliec-. When the lilinnl ii. nil
pine 111 Hie hIimii, it'll weak, the Kcu
iiig -slar can lit drank to advantage,
lltlll Itiv tllltr. ill llllll lehlffllilll It.
In lie . induction of tlii-ff iliiukx Hie
II.iUiiii.iii I hIii. ill 14 I1.1M) lieeu eiilK hid
wilh th. unly pfifirt gi ulle hcVfiiiKCe
known Tin- price pel doi 11 Ik Mlc ,
di hi ii d in all p.utn nf the 1 1 1 fin
N I tiil.II M.
Mm I.I :tll lloilul bin. I.
Meeli.tiilcH' Home, coiuei Hotel
and Nuiiauu street, Lodging by
day, week or mouth. Tnrnm: 2ii and
Nl cents pi.r ulghtl k and tl.VUi per
Hotel Street (Arlington Block)
Jnt Received another Invoice ol
Japanese Fancy Goods
- AND -
Plain and Figured 811k and Crape.
MORNING GOWNS 5is2SSd
Plain Bilk and Kmbroldered.
Silk and Cotton Kimonos
Bilk Fans, CnMiloni,
Bmbrolilcred Hllk Tp Oolr.
Table Covers. Ueil Covert
Bilk Bushes, Neckwear
Beautiful China Ware I
Hatad Howls, llon-bon Uinhea,
I'latiit, Ktc Klc. Etr.
Hilk atirl CotUin I'alxinah
KiiK, Klegant ltrap 8hades,
Bamboo fanes, Lunch Uaskett,
Ilamhoo Vallftea, Japans Trayn,
Etc., Ktc, Etc., BUi.
Mrs. J, P. P. Collaco, Proprietress,
L. B. K BKlt'S
I HAVE JUST KRCEIVKI) A
LAIUIB A830UTMEXTOK . .
unci Latest Styles.
THKSi: GOODS WILL UK 601,1) IN
ANY QUANTITY IMtO.M A
100 Yards Down to Enough
to Make a Single Snltl
- AND AT -
Hard Times Prices 1
L. H. KHItU, - J.MPOKTKIt,
Kill, l. LINK '1H
Japanese . Goods I
Silk aDd Couoo Drtsi Goods,
tClo. Ktu., Kio. KUi.
Silk, Liiil'U auil Grape Sliirts
-OK COMPLKTR HTOt'K -
Mr.de by Yamauiyn of Ynkohsiiu..
nr When you arn in need ot any Hue
of JapaneBH Uoods, give as tirnt calf and
hhvh KiiiK all around town.
ITOH A 1ST,
300 3Toxt St., near Cvutara Houm
Corner Ruuano A Hotel Streets
New Goods! New Goods!
ItK('KIVKI) 1Y KVKKY BTKAMK1C
Silk Dress Goods,
-A IX OOIAJKH-
.IM'ANKSB SILK CKAI'K,
i'laln and llrocaded,
JAfANEHK OOTTON OKAI'K
Silk Shirts and Night Shirts,
Hilk HlotiHfH, Bilk Neckties,
Haiidkeri'liieli. bliuwlw, Bailiet,
Huolury and (!lieinleh,
Jaanr"t TrhVN. Ilnmboo Hort-enn,
Ti'U tJeu, KloAer 1'mn, Ktu, Ktc.
Prices Cheaper than Ever I
I Iick to Inform HenrtliiK Mu and the
(lencial I'ulillu th'it 1 am rHril to Ite.
imlr mid lleiiovHte every clcwrli'tlon of
Kiri'Mrnm, (Iiiik, Itlllo ami HmvuIvith
tkillfnlly Ite.NliM'ked, lllitf Inu unit llruvMi.
liiK dim) Iu any khade. I'iml-ulMiit work.
iiiiiniilil)i Ktiaraiili'inl Ijiiwlinnerii ireiuitly
UNION bl'llKCT, 1IUN01.U1.U.
Have Half tho Amount of Tour Oil
Bill Through Saving in Pigment.
Every p.ilnter should use Lticoi. In
stead of Linseed Oil, licciuiso'
1. Li'coL is more duralilt than I.lnicwd
'2. l.rcoL is mora eeonomUnl tlion Lin.
l'KOOF THAT LUCOI. IS MOKE
Six years of actual uko in exterior
hotiKC painting iu California (tho
most trying climate for paints), in
the hurtling heat of tho Arizona Des
ert, the Arctic cold of Alaska, and on
the Atlantic coast, have fully and
practically shown thai Lunoi. always
outwears Linseed Oil under the same
conditions. AH the ncid works iu
S.in Francisco have discarded Lin
seed Oil for Li'cotn
ILLUSTKATE THIS YOUKSELF.
Put strong ammonia on Linseed mid
Lticoi paints. The Lutcccri paints
are destroyed in n few minutes; tho
Lucol paints ttre practically unnlfucl
cd. l'KOOF THAT LUCOL IS MOKE
Break up 1 lbs. paete white lead
in one pint ol Ltrcoi., and tho same
quantity in one pint of Linseed Oil.
Spread the paints on similar dark
surfaces for comparison. Tho Lucol
paint spreads its far as and covers
much belter than the Linseed paint.
To gel equally good covering with tho
Linseed paint you have to use 2 lbs.
of white lead to one pint of Linseed
Oil. This means a saving of 3 lb. of
paste lend to each pint of Lticoi. used,
or 0 lbs. to every gallon, equivalent
to your avlng mi re than half the
first cost of the Lt'coi..
Li'coi. is not iu competition with
cheap Linseed Oil substitutes.
tats fnr the Hawaiian Islands
Are Never Ashamed of their
Mounts. Other Riders
Often Are I
09 1 0 f he ' I'D'tty lU'lit wheel
CCt l'& IiU9. for lord w..rli i-n t lit
'llmt'it the weluht of the niucli'iio Hint
11. K. Wulkur rhtea.
The "CLEVELAND" IS A GREAT SUCCESS
H. E WALKER.
Atfritt l'tiiilllllil. H 1.
Cmnmliu Blort. Nnrcbtrit
Fine House and Lot
rpHK ONDKItBIONKD OKFEKH KOK
X eate that Flue lli'iiirtead on the
mauka aide of Ilep'tmilH iitreet, 101 feet
east of roncacola atreet. The lot littu a
front of ltm feet and a depth of 143 feet. A
Good Dwelling Houbh iu k'xxI repair; eon
Ulna Parlor, illiilim-mom. Kitchen, 1'ttn
try, lledrooiii, llatlt and Water Closet and
an otliceou the lovier lloor wltli KuurUond
Ilodrooms on bei-ond lloor There U a bub
stantlal llarn. contnlniug Two Htalla, room
fur two carrlBRCH, Wood Shed and Her
Tanta' ltoom, a Bervaiitb' W. U. and Two
Uood Ce-s-pooln Cnrlhr partloulare of
V K. Ou-tlo, or of
IUS3 tf N. K. IIIIIUU:H8.
6 TO j. IsL.
Do inn forget the time to rluit up
152 Mutual Telephone 152.
N. V. QURGIE5S
la still prepared to repair Garden Uonh.
Bprinklera, Water Tap, Klllim Baws aud
bharpeulnf' all kiudb tools, inoludiiiK Carv
ill),' Kulvea and Bcivbora. laiwn Mowers a
iiiwclalty. Alro Hettlnc GlasH. In fact all
kinds of Johhlnir Work railed for and re
imied urw tf
Ring Up Botb Telephones 122
Hiarut at ilollluuer'n HbieliiK Hhop,
Qun tt't nitr fori,
Dishe and Glnninre Wantedl
t'lockb, Wttldlii's mid Jew i-lr Wauled'
Old Gold aud Silver Wanted!
fir- Blgbtxt Prices Paid I jt
1H Kiuu' Blroot, Oornur of Alivkoa.
JOHN T. HROWN,
Dealer ill lliiwulliiii mid Foriilitu I'liblae
ntniup.. I, O. llux III, Honolulu.
Illgbest print ; I vi' n fur l!iilnl mid Uhed
lliiwiilliiu hinuiiia In lut'lmiiKu (or other
countries front llret-dtixs approval hIicuU,
Bheeis (orwiirded to any pitrtul thu Inland'
uu upnlli'iitlou with low U nlerelieu.
J 1 . II Is '"'il to meet any collectors by
OiiIiii Railway Land Co.
OKKRIiH THK PUBLIC
Another Great Opportonity
To Bonurv Home la On ot th Moat
Doltghtful Loomlltlaa to b
found In th Pr.rt.dltw
of thu Patclflo.
A a healthy rtaort lMrl Otty ha
already ettabllthed an nriabla npaUUon.
Many ool cltlieni In this ooramunlty
bavei)rlencd the wonderfal Beat pro
duced by few days sojourn In that dry,
cool atiuosphera, and gira grateful Uatl
ruouy to the relief thty har almost In
ttantly gained from mwi and long con
tinued attacks of asthma. Physicians
acquainted with the ollmate of Pearl City
recommend It as a natural sanitarium.
THE WATER SUPPLY
IS AMPLE I
Antl can b lncrrd to nit the nda ol
a populaUon equal to the largest otty In
i'aor. A. 1). Lyons ol Oahn Uolleg le
our authority for suiting that th water
supply Is the t'Urrwt yet dlscorerad In this
Special louucemenis to Earl; Settlers:
For ninety days from date we will sell
LOTB UN Bl'KOlAL. TKUMB farorable to
bona-tlde settlers. For a term ef three
months from date, lumber and all build
liiK materials will be supplied, and dellrer
ed at I'earl City at much lower prloe than
erer before obtained.
For further )rtlcalars, call at this otho
uron any ot the lumber dealers In this
city. Those who now own lots as well as
those who propose to become resident ol
that growing city, will do well to embrace
this opportunity. Those who a rail them
selves of this otter, wlthlu the time named,
will be entitled to, and will receive the
For a term ol ten years, this Company
will carry such resident and their families
from Pearl City to Honolulu in the morn
ing arriving little before seven o'clook,
and from Honolulu to Pearl City in th
evening leaving Honolulu station a little
after live o'clock , for ten cent eaoh way,
a rate less than one cent er mils. The
rates on all other passenger trains running
during the day or night will be IX oent
wr mile first clabs, and 1 cent per mile
A good school Is about to be opened In
the Penlusula, In the fine, large, new
bchool'hoube erected by Mr. J. T. Water
hoube, Uebldeuts living at Pearl City
uclghtb, above Pearl City station and
those having hoiuea oil the Peninsula, will
bo allowed to ride free on regular tralus
betwtxm Pearl City statloua 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 ut attend
ing bchool, at live cents each way for eaoh
pupil. This Is equal to 21 to iM miles ride
for ten cents.
Equal Inducements for those desiring to
secure homes In this country have never
before been offered to the public
This Company has been requested from
abroad to name the prloe of all their un
sold laud in that locality.
Should a clearance sale be mad to a
syndicate, no opportunity like the present
would agalu occur for the purchase ol
homes at Pearl City.
"A Word to the Wist is
OAUU RAILWAY & LAND GO,
It. I'. Dlt.l.LNHAM,