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National Cane Shredder
PATNTK1 UNliKK TMK LAWB OF
5V J Iv
THE UNDERSIGNED HAVE BEEN APPOINTED SOLE AOENT8 FOK
theso SiiRKtiusns ami ate now jiruin;d to receive orders.
The great advantages to bo derived Iroru the uao of the National Oanr
Busjuidkh are thoroughly cnUblislied and acknowledged by PUntorn
Tbo Large nnmbur ot PiAntere using Ilium iu the United 8tateH, Cuba,
ogentino Republic, Puru, Australia ud flecwhere, boar witness to tbe
The nse of the Siiukudei: tery largelv augmente tbo quantity of cann
the mill can griud (25 to MA), also the extraction of Juice (6 to 12).
It U a great s.ifegiurd, making known at onco the nrencneo of any
piece of iron, stake from care, or anything which would bo liable to damage
the mill, and allowing ample timo to remove same before damaging the mill.
The SilRKODBB is very strongly made, aud from tbo manner of ita opera
tion it cuU or tears theso pieces of wood or iron without often breaking tbe
Bbmddik; and if auyibiug breaks, it is simply some of tbe knives or cutters,
which can be quickly aud economically replaced. Tbo BiikKDDKR, as it
name indicates, tears tbo cauo into shreds ot varying lengths, perfectly open
bag It and allowing tbo mill to tborougbly press out tbo juices without re
quiring the Immense- extra power nece(ary to grind or crush tbo whole
cane. Tbo Shbkddkr spreads the shredded cauo uniformly aud evenly to
the mill rolls, and docs away with tbe necessity of spreading tbe bagasse by
hand between tbo mills, where rcgrinding is iu use. No greater amount of
boiler capacity is required to operate tbo Siiukddku than that which wai
sufficient lor too mill, tor tlio above reasons. Wo furnish lull wonting
drawings for tho installation ot our Bhueudeub, enabling any competent en
gineer to successfully insult and start them.
In ordering Rureddeus from us, please send small sketch, showing tbt
diameter and width ot tho mill rolls with which HiikKuuiui is to bo connected,
alio the side (either right or left hand aa you face the delivery side of tbo
mill;, upon which tho mill engine is located, alio tho height from floor lino
to oenter of front mill roll shaft, aud distance center this shaft to front end
of bod plate. Tbcso Bhukduers are now being used by tbo Uilo Bugar Oo.
and Hawi Mill, Kobala, where they aro giving great satisfaction.
0f Prices and further particulars may be had by applying to
Ml'OKTEK AND DEALER IN
GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, FLOUR and FEED.
Prtsh California Roll Batter and Island Butter
V ALWAYS ON HAND J&
161 Goods Received by Evars Steamer from Sao Francisco
jTjT All Onier faithfully attfUii to. tiett-fncifou guaninurtt. Imtowl linler
aollettwt and packed wllb car1.
Lincolh Block, Kiso Stiirbt. llrr. Font sn Ai.akia .STsrrr.
OOTH TUUCPHONK6 21
LEWIS & CO..
Ill ITORT STREET.
Importers, Wholesale I Retail Grocers
Provision Dealers & Naval Supplies
FrMb Goods by Every California Stoamer.
ICE - HOUSE - GOODS - A - SPECIALTY.
tsiAXm Oaumta Souoiricn. Jft &T Satisfaction Oo4Bantrrd.
H. E. MolNTYKH & BKO
mrormcBS awo peai-mi i
Groceries, Provisions and Feed.
Maw Quod lUoelvod by Rrery racket from tbe Eauuirn Htatet inl Europe.
rRE8H CALIFORNIA PRODUCE BY BVKIIY STEAM Kit
ail Orders faithfully attended
Fart of the
Ulamp Oiom Souuitbd
HART OOKNKlt KOKI
W. W. AHANA,
333 ITumnu Qtrt.
Bntftsb, Scotch and American Goods.
Brylit and Fit Onarantetd.
Cleaning & Repairing
Html Tele. 668. P. 0. Box lit.
FOR BA.IjE3 I
Delivered Twice Daily
TO ANY PAIIT OK THK OITY.
lUtual 507-TELEPDONES - Bt,U 460
UOMtn r. IKICNJIKUO, 1'rop.
HO YEN KEE & CO.,
it Nuuanu 8trt
TUttUthi, Pltunbing, Etc.
CKOOKKHY and OLAfiBWAIIK.
TMK HAWAIIAN IHI.ANIIh
IRWIN & CO., L'd.,
4t! AqmlA or tbe HamiUnn ItUiniU
P. O. IX Jrt
. f o hox i:
p. o uo.x u
to and Ooods Dtdlvsrwi to n
NH KI'JO HTKKKTP.
WM. DA VIES,
Rigger & Stevedore,
KBTWATEB AND CONTHAITTB ON
AM. KINDS OF WOItK.
The Stmr "WAIMAN ALO"
Will run rek'Ulnrly between tbU KJrt anU
Wftluluu, Kuwalbapal. Mokulela, Keawe
mil and l'uulkl on tbe Island ol Oalm.
Kor Freight, etc., apply to tbe Captain.
Cttu. Iniulrt at ofUce of J. B. Walker,
over bpreckulii' Uank, Kort ntreet. H57-tf
A. F. Medeiros & Co.
How) Ht,, umier Arlington Hotel.
Latest Patterns in Suitings
I'.HMtveit by Every Hteamer.
PERFECT FIT OR NO SALE.
OKYX.ON TEA AND JEWELRY.
BEG TO INKUIIM THK PUHMU
tlint I Imve rnvenfd mv Hiom at No. Vh
miuumi street wiui ueyiun lanuiaciiireu
, Jeahlry tet wllli lUildon, Suppliliea, 1'earls,
) eto. Jat r'fflveil loine l'uro Oeylon Tea-
, try ll. Aim. Indian Habana and Domini
Cliinra, An Itisppctlnn of my ftni-k In noil
cil.nl. V. J HADIt.S,
No. 4,VI Niiimnii fclrint
.. ia.. . .
pltllKKHSOK IUIADI.KY OIVKH M'.H
L uli In Hlnuini. 1'iuno, Vlwlln ami
'Ctilln. 'IVriiiH, $1 an Imtiri SI, half liuiir.
llnvlnp IihiI SI yt'arH' wxi.itihico uh Or
cnnlai ninl Clmlr Trniiifr, lm U open to an
eliKafuiiiitit III tlinie rHpHclllfii, Hunt of
teitiinonliils. 31 Kmiiifl btreet. Millilttl
Ttlfpliunu IS!). II15-2W
Goldca Rule Bazaar.
W. F. Reynolds, : Prop.
THE FOREIGN DEPARTMENT
Free -:- Kindergartens
On Monday, Beptombor 10th
AtUn'cliH'U a. m.. at Kinina Hall, corner
of N mm tin mid lk'rctnnln ntrcuii.
M'm tiannnh K HiiKtii.tm. n iirliiclxil of
upTcritl )tnrr' exin'rlcnce In tin ndden
CiutH Vtft KlndiTirnrtoni ol Sun l'mnoUco
will linv.t HM'rvIlon of t ! ok licrn.
Kliidornttcn liuiir! from ll to i'J. Tui
A tniliilim cIbmi for KlndiTj-nrleniT,
with line nf'oinmin r. ntU racb wick,
wll Iki oruunlzi-d liv Jllm Knntmaii. on
TtiCMlay. b ptvmlier I'tli, ut 'J o'clock, lu
tli i'ln-rooiii at Kniinn Hull.
Ti.ltlnn for iiuliilni: mini's! lOifrmnntli.
Api'lli-atluni for ndiintnlun to I no K inlcr
Kartell or training rliiss mny Ik; madi' to
U- prlni'iprtl, MIk Knytmim, or lo Mr,
Huriii't ('atli Colcinnn, Kinnncliil Hv ro
tary Honolulu Fri'O Klndercartuim.
lorncr Until k RnoanD Straat.
Farally Wines and Braodies
S3 Years Old.
E. N. RBQUA,
1028 MANAOKU. 0m
WIELAND - EXTRA . PALE
Lager Beer !
2 SCHOONERS FOR 26 CENTS
L. H. 3DH3H1,
8. I. BHAW, Proprlntur.
and Fine Beer
HF.I.L TKLKI'IIONE 401.
Cor. KIhk and Niiuaim Street, Hutiulii'u.
Corner King A Mmianti HU.
Euw, WoLTia, i : t i Mhiibk''
Finest ot Wines & Liquors
Billiard Ac Reading Room
ran to rATbumi.
AT THE ANCHOR
Oystor Oocktnlltt I
Suuur Jlrunnoii I
Frodorlcksburi' Boor I
Straight and Mixed Drlpks
Of All Kind" and Hut (initllty.
loalliweit Oontr King k Nouano Bit.
(Conttntml from hi J'ape.)
ministry aakinir, almost begging, for
nows from Odessa, whonco tho tour
ists wiro to have started on tho
regulation sight-seeing trip across
tho Crimea, visitingSebastopol, Bala
klara and tho other famous batllo
scenes. Tho parties woro soparato,
but it is probable they started with
in twolre hours of each other, and
according to tho schedule of theso
excursions they would have reached
the Strait of Kortch yesterday morn
ing, going thonco by steamboat north
to Uerdiansk, where they would tako
a train back to Odessa. It is said
the leader of one of these parties
had proposod a trip a short distanco
north from Toiunuk into tho Lako
of the Black Cossacks. If his party
branched off into that way they have
unquestionably perished, for tho
storm raged along almost the ontiro
east coast of the lako. It is Hoped
that some lucky chance dolayed tho
excursion yoslurday so they could
not roach their embarking point un
At a Iato hour thero was only a
general report of tho disaster to base
surmises of tho Americans' safety
on. Tho roport recounts wido havoc.
The wind was first felt at Nogalsk.
Xogalsk is peopled mostly by fisher
men, who worn out on tho water.
When tho htirricauo hail swept out
to tho north a terrible sceno was
presented. Tho village was razed
overturned as If an immense plow
had beon pushed through it. Lying
everywhere woro women and chil
dren dead, or Iu the last ngonies.
Tho shallow waters of tho Sea of
Azof woro lashed to such a height
that it was plain that every fishing
boat must have been sunk. Tho
cyclone swept on to tho northward
after wrecking Nogalsk.
Its oath soems to have boon un
usually wide, for at Marinopol it de
vastated tho country lo a point
eleven miles inland and had its outer
edge far upon the sea. Marinopol
was practically blotted out of exist
ence. Not three housos lu a hun
dred aro left staudiug. It is esti
mated that .'WO persons porishod in
this place alone. North of hero tho
cyclone mado a sudden turn to tho
cast, over Dolga Points. Its loft
edge inflicted slight damago to tho
town of Berdiansk. Houses wero
unroofed and a dozen persons killed
by falliug timbers. Once at sea tho
storm made its full fury felt.
Of tho steamers that touch at the
port of Berdiansk not one had coiuo
in at the hour of tho latest report.
Grave fears aro expressed that overy
craft on tho sea has gono to the bot
tom aud that overy passenger is
When the wlud swept over tho
northern end of Azof it took a new
courso, going southerly along tho
coast of the Black Cossacks. Turn
eisk aud Achuev weru ravagod, each
town being almost totally destroyed.
Telegraph communication with
this district is suspended, aud it is
impossible to learn the extent of tho
destruction, but at least KKXt per
sons must have died on the two
The storm, as near!' as can now
bo learned, seemed to suddenly lose
its force near Temerink, and passed
off with comparative quiet southern
ly over the Black Sea.
Morning aud Evoulni; Stur.
.Moo, worni'ii anil children will en
joy the MornliiL' ninl iivcuinu Slur
drink. For their pU'iisunl iluvor ninl
coothing client nenerully, the Indies,
wIiom' delicate iyleniH require it
liuvcrugo thnt will net gently unit liu
entirely pufu under nil conditions, it re
ciilliu-iitHtio iu their pruhc of Morn
iiiK ninl livening Slur, mid the men
prefer them lo nil oilier drinks lie
cu line they are inorelieuelh'iul in their
cII'itU. They do not interfere with
liticiucrs or plciitdiro mid me entirely
fice from nil iniitrioiiri or dimgrcculilu
culii-tmiccH. lien the lilood is iut
(Hire or the htouiuch weak, the I.vuu
mg Star ciiu lie drunk to iidvuiitugi1,
iird invalid will liud relief from it.
lu the production of thee drinks the
Hawaiian IoIuiiiIh luuo been enriched
with Hit only perfect gentle lievvriigeri
known. The price per doeu is 50c,
delivered to till purtn of the city free.
Mill. Tel. .'IU. Bethel street.
Tho public band, under tho leader
ship of Prof. Burger, will give a cou
cert this evening at 7:150 o'clock, at
Thomas Square. Following is tho
(tvurturo Jolly btuiluiitn Huppo
Wulu taum Mllloukcr
Selection l.obln Hood Uu Kuvun
Medley Mwilral Dulilotnna . Holinlliet
Kuntubla Mount Ouanl .. . KiU'i.liiir
Wiilti-Wulltlkl llcach Ilt-rucr
Mureh Curry Arum. . . Lehuliurdt
Meahauies' Homo, corner Hotel
and Nuuauu ntut. Lodging by
day, week or month. Tonus: 25 anil
50 cent per uili,; (I and f l.2Ti por
A Strong Horse
IS THE HESULT OF L'SINO
A FRESH SUPPLY
Hay and Grain
Jimt Arrived (er "H. O. Wllilnr.''
(ALL ANI SKI" I S.
CALIFORNIA FEED CO,
iJorimr (iihkii tV Nliiluim Ht.
Hutu Tki.kphoniw 121.
Hotel Street (Arlington Block)
J nit Received another Invoice ot
Japanese Fancy Goods
- AND -
Plain and Figured Bilk and Crape.
for Ladies and
Plain Silk and Embroidered.
Silk and Cotton Kimonos
Bilk Fans, Cushions,
Kmbrolilered Bilk Tea Coaie.
Table Covers. Bed Covers.
811k Bashes, Neckwear.
Beautiful China Ware I
Batad Bowls, Bon-bon Dlahea,
Plate, Elo., Etc., Etc.
Bilk and Cotton Hajatna.
ItURR, Elegant Lamp Shades,
Bamboo Cane, Lunch Baaketa,
Bamboo Valises, Japanese Trays
Klo., Etc., Etc., Kin.
Mrs. J. P. P. Gollaco, Proprietress.
L. B. KERR'S
I HAVE JUST KKCEIVEI) A
I.AItOK ASSOllTMKNT OF . .
and Latest Styles.
T1IF.SK 0001)9 WILL II K 80I.D
ANY QUANTITY 1'KOM A
100 Yards Down to Enough
to Make a Single Salt!
- AND AT -
Hard Times Prices!
L. B. KERR, - Imi'OKTku,
Wholesale jP Retail.
Kill. I, LINK OK -
Silk and Cotton Dress Goods,
Silk, Linen aud Crape Shirts
-OK COMPLKTB 8T00K -Made
by Yaiustoya ot Yokohama.
When vou are in need of auv line
of Japanese Goods, Rive ns flrnt calf and
savA roIiik " aroand town.
ITOH A 1ST,
BOO Sort St-, niu Cvutom Uouh
Corner Nan&na ft Hotel Streeti.
New Goods! New Goods!
UKOKIVKI) HY EVEKY HTKAMK1U
Silk Dress Goods,
JAPANESE SILK CRAPE,
flaln aud Brocaded;
JAPANESE COTTON OBAfH
Silk Shirts and Night Shirts,
Sllrx Blimoes. 8111c Neckties,
Haudkerchlefn, Hliawlx, Baahxn,
Hohltry and Uhemleeii,
Japmn-HH Trayb, IIuiiiImio tioreena.
Tt bU, Klower 1'otB, Etc., Etc.
Prices Cheaper than Ever I
PUAUT10AL GUN-MA KEIl I
I I)k to Inform BiMirtliiK Meu and the
Cloiittral l'lilillollinl I hiii rmrtnl to itu.
l'fllr and Ui'iiov.itii every ileacrliitloii ol
KtriMrnm. (lium, ltltle and l(volvnr
kllKtilly He-mocked. llliieliiKaud llrown.
hiK 'lone in any tliade. KlrNt-rlam work,
niaimlilii Kiiaraiilfil, Unatouier proinitly
UNION HTKEET, llONOl.UI.U.
' MtZ " f
Bavo Half the Amount of Tour Oil
Bill Through Saving in Pigment.
Every painter nhouUl use Lucol In
stcud of Limtccd Oil, because:
Lucol is mure durable limn Linseed
2. LccoL Is more economical
PROOF THAT LUCOL IS MORE
Six years of nctunl uso in exterior
hoiifto puiuliiiK in Citlifornia (tho
most trying cllmnto for puints), In
tho burning hent of tho Arizona Des
ert, the Arctic cold of Aliwkn, nml on
tho Atlantic const, hnvo fully nml
pructiciilly hown thai Lucol ulwny
outwenra LiiiHCcd Oil under tho siime
conditions. All the iicid works In
Sun l'runcisco have discarded Lin
need Oil for Lucol..
ILLUSTRATE THIS YOURSELF.
Tut strong ammonia on Linseed and
Lucol paint. Tho Linseed paints
are destroyed in a few minutes; tho
Lucol paints are practically unaffect
ed. l'ROOF THAT LUCOL IS MORE
Iircnk up 1? His. pusto whlto lead
in ono nint of Lrcot., and tho same
quantity in one pint of Linseed Oil.
Spread the paints on similar durk
surfaces for comparison. Tho Lucol
paint spreads as far ns nml covers
much hotter than the Linseed paint.
To get equally good covering with tho
Linseed (taint you have to uso 2 lbs.
of while lead to one pint of Llneced
Oil. This means a saving of J lb. of
paste lend to each pint of Lucol. used,
or 0 lbs. to every gallon, equivalent
to your saving more than half tho
ursl cost of the Lucou
Lucol. is not in competition with
cheap Linseed Oil substitutes.
Afients for the Hawaiian Islands
Are Never Ashamed of their
Mounts. Other Riders
Ollen Are I
nn 1 n 1 . I n nrcttv llulit wlii'cl
Cu Ira UU9, for mod wurl: f-n t It?
TIlrtt'K till. WflUllt C
II. K. Wnlkur rliU'n.
Toe "CLEVELAND" IS A GREAT SUCCESS
H. E WALKER.
4unl. Honolulu. H 1.
CASH PAID FOlt
AT7KWII.I. lll'Y l'Olt CASH I.AIKIK
TT or Hinull tJiiaiilltien of Uwil tin
wnllan I'oatnuo btuiiips ut the following
iirhsuH tier Iniiiilri'd:
1 fuiit, violet t
1 1'unt, bluu ...
I Cunt, h'reeu
L Cunt, vuriiiillou
'.' Cunt, luown
ai'uiit, vloli'tj IS'll luu
6l'uut, durk liluo .. .. ....
II Cunt, uruuu
10 Cent, lilauk ....
IU t'uut, vermilion
IU Cent, liruwu .... ...
ia Cunt, biuok
12 Cent, iniiuvu
18 Cunt, red
M Cunt, rud
$1, rarnilne. . . .
ttft Sttuiii' wliloli
wmilcil ut uiiv uric-.
1'. O. llox 113,
IKCI lt-H if Wa.liliiKtdii,). C U. 8. A.
Ring Up Both Telephones m
fluntl at Holllier1' BhoelnR Hbnp,
Oofiin trAt, near Fori.
Dlalies anil Olntuwnro Wuntedl
Clouku, Watches uud Jwolry Wanted '
Old Hold mid Bllver SVnnted I
UT Hlaheni Prions. Paid I JtS
114 KinK Btroot, Corner of Alakuu.
JOHN T. BR.OWN,
Di'iilcr lu lluwiillim nml I'ori'lun Posture
bunii3. p, o. llox III, Honolulu,
1 1 ljliftt prices givt'H fur I'niucil mid IImhI
HiiAiilliin Ntiiiuii In ujirliitiiKH for other
uouiitrlua from llrtl-clii.H npprovul sheets
Hheuts forwarded to iiny part of tho Islands
on implication with town refuremu.
J. I. II Is open lo meet iiuy collectors by
11. G. IRWIN ife CO.,
Halm Railway k Land Co.
OKKKHvS THB PUBLIC
Another Great Opportunity
To Swear Iloru-a in Ob of tha Host
Daltghtful LocftlltiM to b
round In th PartUlla
of tho Paclflo.
Aa a healthy retort Pearl Olty hat
already eitahliihed an enrlable rapnUtlon.
Many Rood cltlteni In this community
have experienced the wonderful effect pro
duced by a few daya lojourn In that dry,
cool atmosphere, and gWe graUfol Uttl
rnonytotho relief they hare almoet In
stantly Rained from aerer and long oon
tinned attacks of asthma. Physicians
acquainted with the climate of Pearl Olty
recommend It as a natural sanitarium.
THE WATER SUPPLY
Ami can be inureesad to meet the needa of
a population equal to the largest olty In
Paor. A. li. lroai ot Oahu College la
our authority for stating that the water
aupply Is the purest yet dtsoovered in this
Special lDdoc6niais to Btrty Settlers:
Koi ninety days from date we will sell
LOTH ON BPEUIAL, TEHMB faTorable to
boim-flde settlers. Kor a terra ol three
uioutha from date, lumber and all build
Iiir materials will be supplied, and delWer
cxl at I'earl City at much lower prloe than
erer before obtained.
For further particulars, oall at thla otBce
or on any ol tbe lumber dealers In thla
city. Thoewho now own lots as well as
those who propose to become resident of
that itrowlng city, will do well to embrace
this opportunity. Those who arallthem
nclret ol this offer, within the time named,
will be entitled to, abd will reoelre the
following benefits 1
For term ol ten years, thla Company
will carry such residents and their families
from Pearl City to Honolulu in the mora
Idk (arriving a little before seven o'clock,
aud from Honolulu to Pearl Olty In the
evening (leaving Honolulu station a little
after live 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 IX oente
per mile first class, and 1 cent per mile
A good school is about to be opened In
the Peulnsula, in the fine, large, new
school house erected by Mr. J. T. Water
huustt. Itealdeuta living at Pearl City
heights, labove Pearl Olty statiou and
those having homes on the Peninsula, will
be allowed to ride tree on regular trains
between Pearl Olty stations to and from
Those who want to continue to send their
ohlldren to schools in Honolulu, can have
truuuiortutluu on all regular trains to and
from Pearl City, fur the purpose of attend
ing school, at live cents each way for each
pupil. This Is equal to IX to 28 miles ride
for ten cents.
Equal Inducements for those desiring to
secure homes iu this country have never
before been ottered to the public.
This Oompauy has been requested from
abroad to name the price of all their un
sold land In that locality.
Should a clearance sale be made to a
syndicate, uo opportunity like the present
would again ocour for tbe purchase ol
homes at Pearl Olty.
Word to tni WiM ii
OAHU RAILWAY I LAND GO,
It r. DILLINGHAM,