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T. 4aWa c 1
National Cane Shredder
PATBNTKH UNMKK THK I.AWH
If . V . .- i' '.. "V - 1
r HE UNDERSIGNED HAVE BEEN Ari'OlXTED SOLE AGENTS Full
thcso Siikkudkuh ami arc now propum! to rcccivu onlurs.
The great advantages u bo derived from tho uso of the National Oank
HnBKUUKU Are tlmruulily cstAblisuod ami Hiiknowleilgcu by I'l.inUtrH
Tho largo number ol Planters uslntf Ihcni in the United Butes, Oub.t,
Argentine llcjuiblic, lru, Australia ami elsewhere, btt witness to the
Tho uso ot tho 811UKUHKH very largely augments the quantity nl can
die mill can grind (25 to GO,;), also tho extraction ol Juliv (o to VTA).
It is a great snfegturj, nuking kn.'tvn nl onru tlio prcscuca of uu
ttiecca of iron, stakes from cars, or uitythitj which would bo liable to damage
tho mill, and allowing ample time to remove iann- before ilauiugitig the mill.
Tho BiiBKDDKii is very strongly niiulc, and from tin- lmuiuer of its opera
tion it cuts or toars these pieces of wood or iron without often breaking tho
tiHHJCDDKu; ami if anything breaks, It U simply some of tho knives or cutter,
which cum bo quickly and economically repaired. Tim tiilHKDUKK, as itr
nam? Indicate, tear tho cane into BlirutU of varying length, perfectly open
ing it and allowing tho mill to thoroughly titcss mil the Juices without re
quiring the immense? extra power necessary to grind or crush the whole
cauo. The Hiikeouku siinuiia Hie slired-ied cane uniformly and evenly to
Ihe mill roll, and doe awny with tho tiei'i'ssily of simmling the bagasu by
hand between the mill, whero rcgriuding 1 in use. No greater amount of
l.oiler capacity tu required to oncrato the Hiiukddkii than that which war
lufflcient for tho mill, for the abort) retuoiu. We furnish full working
drawlnga for the Installation of our Kiikfiidkka, rmahling iny compeUiut en
gineer to successfully install nud start them.
Iu ordering Hhumidkks from u:, please send small rkitcli, slmwinn tin
diameter and width ot the mill tolls with which Huukddku in 10 he connected,
also tho sldo (cither right or luft hand as you (am il.o delivery side of tho
will;, uton which the mill engine in located, also ilm height from door line
to center of front mill roll shaft, and distance center this shaft to front end
of bed plate Those tiriKhiiur.uH Hre now being used by the Uilo Buar (Jo.
and Hawi Mill, Kolmla, where they urn giving great satisfaction.
$0f Ptoji and further nartlnular may bo hud by applying U.
WM. G. IRWIN & CO., L'd..
TELKFHONM IU I' U IHIX TO
IMPORTKU AND DKALKIt IN
GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, FLOUR and FEED.
Fresb California Roll Butter and Island Batter
lei Goods Received by Ever;
JV All Orders (althfally sttonil 10.
iTuil ami packed wltb care.
Lmco'wM Block, Kino Sturm,
LEWIS & CO..
J 11 ffOKT .STKKKT.
Importers, Wholesale k Iklail Grocers
Provision Dealers & Naval Supplies
Frosh Goads by Every California Stoaraor.
ICE - HOUSE - GOODS - A. - SPECIALTY.
Island Obokiw Rouuitsd. Jj1 $Jf STisrAOTHi OiiAMNTEr.n.
TMUCPUUNB r. 0 IKIX l6
11. K. MolNTYUK - UK
IHfOBTKWl M1 DKAl.tll" H
Groceries, Provisions - and - Feed.
Maw Uoodi KclTei by Every 1'achot 1mm the Bum tiut unit Kuriii
KBESH - CALIFORNIA - I'RODUOB - M fc'.VEKV . HTBAMKU
kU Order faithfully attoiulM to unit GooIb 0llTnR.'l l QT
Vart of ttiH ill) IMIUK.
Island Oanr.iu Souoitko riATiirAcriiw OcARTnrfv
ICABT IIORKKK fOHT N( KIM) tlTHKR'IR.
W. W. AHAKA,
323 STxitabjci-u. KStrt-
English, Scotcb and American Goods.
Htyle nil Fit Onurautred.
Cleaning & Repuiiitig
iDloil Tele. 668. P. 0. Box 144.
FOR BALE I
Delivered Twice Daily
TO ANY l'AKT OK TJIK (MTV.
tul 507-TELEPUONE3- Ball 400
ll(U-lru I' IHKNIIRHO. I'mp
HO YEN KBW Ss CO..
tl Nunanu ritrii
TiUMltbs, Plumbing, file.
CROOILKHY and OI.AHHWAKK.
ii i I lwtMi
OK TMR HAWAIIAN IHI.ANO
Steamer from Sao Francisco
8tl-fsctl'iii irnio-fttitcMt ll'nl iitiint
Itrr. Port nd Alarka Strklts.
ti mux tc
WM. DA VIES,
Rigger & Stevedore,
KhTISfA.TKa AM) CONTKAUTH ON
AM KINllS OF WOJIK.
Tin- Stiiir W AIM AN ALO' '
Will run r-KiilitrJjr liptwpttn tins Kjrtinl
WalHl.ifl. Kwali:aml, Mokulfla, Kenwe
11m hii.1 I'uuiKl on the lulnuil of Oaliti.
For KrPi,lit, etc., ajijily to the Captain.
VUl. I tuiiiir- at olllcf ol J. B. Walker
over Mrei'LeK' ilank, Fort street. 057 tf
A. F. Medeiros & Co.
HnKil Hi., muter ArllnUin Hciu-I.
Latest Patterns iu Suitings
Itei-olvnt liy Kvery HleaniHi
PERFECT FIT OK NO SALE
OEYI'Otf TEA AND JKWELBY.
I f HKO 10 INFORM THK iMIlllilO
I X tliut I havfi op-ineil my HUireHt No. .r.
Nitiif till Ntrett ivltli Oijlon MannfBOtured
ititrf ff wltli lluutei. Hntphtrv, l' urls
itc Init recelynlBoni'i l'urn('eylniiTH
J try It A ' lnil v HmiAim hihI Dmixoii
, (ili'iim An iiiai.oi'llon of inv Flock l mill
, cile.l W. J HADIt H,
1 No. 4.VI NllllHliU ulrrel
I MUUIO LESSONS,
i I!IOriH-i()lt IIIIAIII.r.Y (IIVIIH I.KH-
, I Mini' lii hlnulni; I'iiimo. Vinl I ri mn
'I'cllii 'IVrint, .' 1111 liuiir f I, half lumr,
t lltttflnif I1.1l l i,nr' ixi i.fli iico 11H (Ir.
fin tin' mill 1 iinlr I riilmr. Im U o. 11 to an
1 nriui'imnl In t lio-o i4niltli'. Ili'il 11I
Utlliimiiluli M Kiijiiiu Mrtt't. .Mutual
'IiI.i.Loiip IVl, lllo-'Jw
Golden Hole Bazaar.
W. F. Keynolds, : Prop.
THE FOREIGN DEPARTMENT
Free -:- Kindergartens
On Mondr.y, Ecptowbor 10th
AtlloVlneb a.m., nt Kmiim Iltlt, ro'lUT
of .NiuiHim mill Hcnitnnlii rtri'eis
M'm Hnunnli K. H tiht .i.iih. n irlnclil of
M'rrnl jn"' fxiirrltcce In lint ioMim,
(iiile Fri'eKI'ilerirartciiK l Han Ktnticl'ro
will 1 1:1 vi Mlnrvll(m nf the wink liere.
Kltnlerpnleii liiiiif! from tl to i2. Till,
A training cIhh for Kliulerparlcncr,
will llireif nf'eriKHin lec-lo , enoli ii'k,
will do orirnnUiil y Mir Hitman, 1111
lni'i"lny, bi'iteiiilier t'tli. at 2 oVtoolc, In
tli'M'Um-r.rfini nt Ktiiinil Mull.
Ti'ltlon forttiil'ilii'i'iiiKs: $IUjt inoiitii.
Aiilli'iill"ii for mlniin.lon ioiIiu K mlir
curli'ii or tralnhiK i'Iikk limy lio mmle o
t'i iiriiiu pnl, Mlt Kuhttiitui, or to Mrs,
Hiirili-t ('iiftle ('oli'initn, J'inaneinl rin re
lary llonuliilii 1'nc KlinlcrcnrtciiH
Corner Ilotel & (lUBAtin RtreeW
Fanilly Wines and Brandies
PORT hi SHERRY
S3 Yeare Olci.
E. M. RBQUA,
KTJUi MA.NAUKK ilm
WIELAND EXTRA - PALE
Lager Beer !
2 SCHOONERS FOR 25 CENTS
6. I. till AW, I'ruprli'tur.
and Fine Beer
jiki.i, tj:i.kiiionk im.
Cor KIiirbmiI Nnuaiui Ktrect, Ilonolii u
Uonmr King ,V NtuiHiin fit.
Kpw, WOI.TKR, i I I I MHIIHKel.
Finest of Wiuos & Liquors
BllJlaTd & Reading Room
tUt TO PATIIUKH.
AT THE ANCHOR
Qyfctur Oovlclnila I
Buiinr Jlrunuun I
I'mdorlnkMlitirn Ilwir I
Straight and Mixed Dilnkn
Ol All KtmU nint Jltiitt (Jnalliy.
SoDtliwoit Corner King & Nuuinu BU.
i'lNE TIME THEY HAU.
Tho Hnnlaui Bmit Olub Bcoro n Hlr;h
Water Mnrk Success.
Tho IToalani lloat Club's first
dnnun tvai a ranil stid'c?. both so
cially anil linaiicinlly. Tlio nlTair
look place in th pavilion al Intlo
poiidoui'o J'nrk, anil wn3 largely nt
toiitK'il, ovor two hundred hoiiif;
proon(. Tlio pavilion was lihtotl
with olcclriuitv. which lmit addi
tional lirilliaup.y (o the decoraliotiM.
Tlio dauciuf? hall wa a ma of Ha
waiian and Amcricau ll:i' hung in
ib'corativo position1!. Acrois tho
cuutro was a string of signal flays,
and amid numerous other lings over
tho handstand was tlio tiauio of tho
dub, "Ilcalaui." Dancing began at
8 oVIock and tho crowd of merry
makers tripped tho light fantastic
too until S) o'clock when, through
tho breaking of 0110 of tho tubes
at tho Electric Light Sation, tho
lights wont out. Manager Paine, of
tlio Tramways Conipanj-. happened
to bo present and ho had I no courtesy
to dnvo to tho tramways station
and seciiro fifty lanterns. Tho Ilea
Inni club members wih to return
their thanks to Mr. I'aiim for hit
Kindness. Tho damngu at tho elec
tric station was repaired in about
leu tnintiles, and (ho electric lights
weto turned 011 again. About I0::M)
o'olock an elegant supper was serv
ed in tho dining room. Tho refresh
ments conited of colTeo and a
variety of cakes, sandwiches, ice
cream and lemonade, and uem d mo
justice to by those presold. Tho
dauco concluded nl l'J:.'Ul o'clock
and tho dancers wcr conveyed to
their respectiro homes on tho tram
cars. Tho music for dancing was
furnished by members f the Na
tional band and Quintet club. It
was tho current opinion of tho two
hundred present that it was 0110 of
the most succcAful dances given at
tho pavilion, and tho members of
tho dilFcrcut committees deserve
credit. Tho club netted a goodly
Mini of money from thu dauco, which
will reimburse tho tiuaury for tho
construction of tho now honlhousc.
now to Turn Back thu Clock.
"What time is 11, Maggie?" said
I0I111. with an uneasy seuro that ho
ought to he on his homeward way.
'I'll go and look," slio niiMvcrcd.
Stepping quietly Into tho kitchen
tho girl pushed tho clock hands back
an hour, and returning, said. "It's
only half-past nine by our dock;
you can stay an hour longer."
.So John" stayed, for lovers nro
never eager to part mid ho needed
no coaxing. Tho uoxt morning, liow
oer, he overslept himself, niul Mag
gie's father, nt his breakfast, having
misM'd tho train, ho intended to
journey by that day, wondered how
tho good old dock "could have lost
an hour iu (ho night. Hut Maggio
didn't explain. Sit" meant to set it
right again before going to bed, but
forgot, which shows onco uioro what
ovcrybody hhotild roineml)ur--thnt
vo can set buck tho clock, but wo
cannot set back tho time.
All the same it is possible occa
sionally to regain lost things. Iu n
woman's letter teeoiitlv received, I
find this sentence; " Tlieii I'll me
loith tni uaitx iioiniiir than- I illd."
And if sito felt ns Mm looked she
was to nil pntclic.'il purpose ten
joars younger. Kor, although a
dock ftec look tin mono 110 matter
what time it i,a liutirin face doesn't.
V'in changes with tlio condition of
the "works," or the life behind it.
Tho letter goes 011 thus: "In the
spring id isso I felt weak and low.
1 had n bad tastn in tin, mouth and
a thick slimy phlegm covered my
mouth niul tongue. I was Hick in tho
morning, retching and vomiting n
watery iluid. 1 had great imin in
tho head and was veiy tiu.y, being
nt times m had I could hardly stand
niton my feet. After eating the Mtn
ulcHt food I had dreadful pain iu
my chest, mid n lightm-nit across tho
chest niul sides. For hour together
I have cut before Ihe lire rubbing my
chest to try niul get relief. 1 had
great pain in the lull side and pal
pitation of the hear, and could gut
but litllo sleep nt night on account
"Grndunlly 1 grow weaker unci
weaker until 1 could scarcely wnlk
about tho hou.-e, and but for tho
necessity of attending to my family,
I bhotihl hnvo been laid up. My life
was n burden mid n misery to mu,
and I ofton wiihcd myself dead.
".Sometimes better nod nt other
times worn1; this was my gonurnl
condition for ten jears, during which
long period of siill'enng I wns treat
ed by tlio doclm, mid took overv
kind of medicine I could hear tell of,
out got no hotter.
"In November, IS'.K), 1 rend in a
book of medicine enlled .Mother
Suigol'H Curative Syrup, and got n
bottle from Mr. E IS.iuks, tho choiu
it. After 1 had t alien n few do.vi.s I
found my foot! agreed with 1110 bet
tor. I kept on with tho Syrup mid
gradually gained htreiigth. 1 had
become so thin and emaciated
through nil those ears of Millering
that it look time to fully restore mu.
Hilt hid weir in lirlkr hi dill, Ihun I
t r wm in my lii , and my recovery
has nstoiiUhud my friends. They
toll 1110 I look ton yearn younger
than I d.d for taking tho Syrup.
Uow I wish 1 had known of it years
sooner! My husband and friends
had given up all hope of my getting
better, but none of us kumv of Mo
tlmr tSoigol'H Syrup,
"On mentioning to tlio ll.w. 12.
flurries, Ihe Vu-ar of Christ Church,
what had wrought tho oure, ho said
I should write and let the propiin
tors know what tho Sytup had dune
for me, so as to benefit others. You
may publish this Mat. incut as you
thiuk proper and I will gladly an
swer iiMitilries. Ymirs tiulv, b-igned)
(Mrs) Klinliiitli (Irenuiwilgh, 21,
Kill land Street, Newton, IVmlio
bury (near Manehesii rj, May llth,
Thus was this god woman en
abled not to turn Imeh hr iimui
nal age, bill what was better to n
cover the pncelens lic.ixtire of
health, without which tioittir youth
nor age ha any comfort. Her inal
ady was the name wretched iudigi s
lion mid dysiiiipnia, tho ourao of nil
agon mid untloiis,
Hotel Street (Arlloglon Block)
Just Itecelved nnother Involrn ol
Japanese Fancy Goods
- AND -
I'lnin snd Figured Bilk nnd Craie.
MnPMIMfi T.nWMC for Ladies and
iuvuiuuu uviiuu Oontlomou,
l'laln Silk and Embroidered.
Silk and Cotton Kimonos
Bilk Fans, Cnxhtoii',
Enibrolilercd 811k Ten Cecleh
Tnblo Covers, lied Covers,
Bilk Snalics, Neckwear.
Beautiful China Ware!
Halm! Howls, IJon-bon Dishes,
l"ltes, Etc. Ktc, Ktc
ail r nnd Cot ten I'sinniSM.
Hnpi, Klesnt l.nmp Blinilei,
tlftiuboo ( aiipc, hunch ltankeli,
Itsmboo Vnllnei. Jaiisneie Tnsyt.
Kir., Ktc, Ktc. Kl
Mrs, J. P.P.ColIaco, Proprietress.
"Stock Chief," 13,444.
HelQlit, 1G.2. Weight, 1,300.
Specially eclectcd for this Country.
. tut! the service of nstiilllou should not
full to eainlne this iMviutlful onlliinl. For
Itidlvlduilltv he his no ioer In tlie-e ll
nuiN. Ill" she, color, conformation, dl-1-onitloti.
Iliie brecilltiK mid siiHrh trottlliK
imlllk' jilaoo him In thu fort-munl ranks.
Itf I'nynble nt time ot nervier. He
turn privilege Krmited. Informullou fur
lilshed, uiiiily lo
A. It. ItOWAT. 1). V. K..
Vi'tt-rlnnry Iullrmar'.i'tkltiKt-. Mono-
s ajTt-; r rf
s - - . " -
, 1 .. -c
I TOtl '
Wholesale f Retail.
KIM. I. LINK i)'
StlK .ind Coiioo Dim Goods,
Silk, Linen anil f i Sliiits
-OK COM1M.KTK HTOCK-
.Mua by YnmatoyH ot YokoiinniN
i-V When you nre In need of any line
ol Japanese liootts, ;ive us first enlf snd
Hre k.iiir all aiotind town
200 rcrt at-, nat Cuatam ITou
Corner Nuuanu & Hotel Streets
Hew Goods! New Goods!
KKOKIVKD 1IY BVKIIY hTKAMKIL
Silk Dress Goods,
- A.u, cuLima
.1 A I' A N ESK S I L Ii C i A l K,
fjntli and llrocnded,
JAHAN'KRK COTTON OUAPK
Silk Shirts and Niybt Shirts,
Hilk lllimxes, Bilk Neclitien,
HandlervhiAib, blmnls, Hailieii,
Hosiery and Chemlven,
JapnneHH Trajb llmiiboo Bott etiH,
Tea Belli, Flower Pols, Kto Elc.
Prices Cheaper than Ever I
For Sale I
PmmI Iiiii Itltln. As 1'inxl li". Hold on
iii'iuiiuit nl owner ic.ivllii Hie emnilry
rk- Call or ndilrn-s
I ItU II IDT KIiik Hlreet.
7V Daily Hull' tin, SG nnlt pre t'wmli
Bnvo Half the Amount of Tour Oil
Bill Through Saving In Pigtnont.
Every painter should use Lucot, In
stead of Linseed Oil, because:
1. I.ccoL Is more iturulU tlmn Llnscexl
'J. I.bcoi, Is moro teonumteal tlinti Lin
PltOOK THAT LUCOL IS MOKE
Six years of notual ikc in exterior
hotiFO iminliiig In Cnliforniu (tho
must trying climulo for p.iiuls), iu
the burning licit of tho Arizona Des
ert, the Arctic cold of Alaska, niul 011
the Atlantic const, have fully and
pructicnlly shown thai Liicol nlivuys
outwears Lineccil Oil ttndpr the snine
condllinns. All tho ncid works in
Hun l'r.tiidsco have discarded Liu
8ccd Oil for Lfcoi..
IIiLUSTUATK THIS YOUKSKLF.
1'ut strong nmmnnln on Ltnsui.il nml
Lucol paints. Tho Liiifccil puiuls
nrc destroyed in 11 few minutes; thu
Lucol paints arc practically unatroct-
PROOF THAT LUCOL IS MOUE
Break up 1 J lhs. )iislu white lend
in one pint of Lt'oot,, unit the same
quantity iu 0110 pint of Linseed Oil.
.Spread tho paints on similar dark
surfaces for comparison. Tho Lucol
paint spreads as far as and covers
much better than tho Liiitccd paint.
To get equally good covering with the
Linseed tiaint you have to me 2 J lhs.
of white lead lo one pint of Linseed
Oil. This meaiie n saving of 1 lb. of
p.isle lead lo each pint of Lucoi. used,
or 0 lb", to every gallon, equivalent
to your saving mt.re than half the
first cost of the Lt'cou
Lt'coi, is nol in competition with
cheap LiuKced Oil substitutes.
Agents for the Hawaiian Island
L. B. KERR'S
I HAVE Jl'Sr KKCKIVKI) A
LAItdi: AHSOItTilllXT OF . .
and Latest Styles.
TIIIWL CIOODS WILL III'. SOLD IN
ANY IjUANTirY FltOM A
100 Yards Down to Enough
to Make a Single Salt I
- AND AT -
Hard Times Prices!
L. B. KKItlt, - IMPOUTKU,
Are Never Ashanid of their
Monnts. Other Riders
00 1 O T hi! I1 a pretty Unlit ivheel
mm mm. mi- i
ond wurk im t It?
thu wiilulit of the machine thai
Tho "CLEVELAND" IS A GREAT SUCCESS
H. E WALKER.
Alteilt Honoiiiln H. I
Cuinuiliu Block, Merebtnl SI
Ring Up Both Telephones 122
Hwnd 01 lolllll,'iir'ftOiii4lil;Nliiii,
On"i. ..i ncir Ko't.
IMsliei lllul OlimNMiirit Wanted I
flock n, W'ati lies anil .lim-lry Wutited
Old (liihl snd Hllvcr Wiinledl
MT lilQlisst Frlusi Paid jAt
111 Kliiu (Hi out, Cornor of Alukon,
ijiilm li;nlw;ij Land Co.
omens thk nmi.ic
Another Great OpportDDitj
To Bocur Uouim Iu On of the Most
LMItirhtrul LocUtlw to b
rouud In the Paradta
of the Pcltlo.
As nrnlthy resort Ferl Olty hM
Aire uly vnUibllshcd n enrtsbl repatUou.
Msny good cltliem In this community
hnvooxixirlenced tbs wonderfal efTeot pro
duced by n few days lojourrt In that dry,
cool atmosphere, and give grateful testi
mony to tho relief they ham altnott In
stniitly Rained from severe and long con
tinued attacks of asthma. Fhyilclani
nequnlntcd wltb the climate of l'earl Olty
recommend It ai a natural sanitarium.
THE WATER SUPPLY
IS AMPLE I
And cau Im InnreaMtd to meet the noads of
a population equal to the largest olty In
I'nor. A. II. Lioaa of Oaha College la
onr authority for stating that the water
supply Is the purest yet discovered In this
Special Inducements to Early Settlers:
For ninety days from date we will tell
1XIT8 ON Bl'KOIAL TKHMB favorable to
bona.flde emitters. Kor term of three
months from date, lumbor and all build
liiK materials will bo supplied, and deliver
ed at l'earl Olty at much lower prloe than
ever More, obtained.
For further particulars, call at this office
uron any of the lumber dealers In tide
city. Those who now own lota ai well as
tboae who propose to become resident of
that itrowlng city, will do well to embrace
this opiKJttunlty. Thou) who a fa 1 1 tliem
ei'lves ot this oiler, within the time named,
will be entitled to, ahd will receive the
For a term of ten years, this Company
will carry such resident! and their families
from l'earl City to Honolulu in the mora
IiiK arriviiiK little before seven o'clock,
and from Honolulu to Pearl City In the
evening llmviiiK Honolulu station little
after hveo'clock, for ten centa each way,
a rate less than one cent per mile. The
rates on nil other paasenger trains running
during the day or night will be IX cents
p.-r mile that class, and 1 cent per mile
A good school It about to be ojieued In
the Peninsula, In the flue, large, new
vchooMumse erected by Mr. J. T, Water
house. Itesldents living at Pearl City
heights, lubovu l'earl City stattou and
those havlni; homes on the Peninsula, will
be allowed to ride free on regular trains
between Pearl City stntlous to and from
TIiobu who want to continue to send their
children to schools In Honolulu, can have
transportation on all regular trains to and
from l'earl City, for tho purpose of attend
ing school, at live cents each way for each
pupil. This Is equal to U4 to 2(1 miles ride
for ten conts.
Kual Inducements for those desiruig to
bee ure homes in this country have never
before been otlered to tho public.
This Company has been requested from
abroad to imme tho price of all their un
sold laud In that locality,
Uhould a clearance sale be made to a
syndlcnte, no opportunity like the present
would again occur for the purchase of
homes at l'earl City.
"A Word to the Wise Is
0AHU RAILWAY & LAND GO,
H ! IMLUNOIIA.M,