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fPHK UNDERSIGNED HAVE DEEN APPOINTED SOLE AC1ENT8 FOtt
these Bhrkdukks aud aro now prepared to ruccivu onion.
The great advantages to be derived from tbo uo of tho National Oark
FaaDUa are thoroughly established mid acknowledged by I'lnntor
Tho largo number of Flantora using them in the Untied SUtcs, Cuba,
Argentine Republic, Peru, Australia and elwiwuero, bear witness Ut the
Tho UdO of tho Siirkddrr very largely augments the quantity ol caue
the mill can grind (25 to W), aluo tho extraction of juice (6 to 12).
It la a great safeguard, milking known at oure the presence of an)
pieces of Iron, bUkea from cars, or anything which would bo liable to ilAtnagc
the mill, and allowing ample time to remove same before damaging tho mill.
Tho biiBKMJEn is very strongly made, ud from the manner of its opera
tion it cuts or tears these pieces of wood or iron without often breaking the
huudkr; &ud if anything breaks, it is simply some of the knives or cutters,
wbioh can be quickly and economically replaced. Tho Siikkddkh, as its
name indicates, tears tho cauo into elireda of varying lengths, perfectly open
ing it and allowing tho mill to thoroughly nrcfa out the Juices without re
quiring the immenso extra power nccrstary to griud or crush the whole
cano. Tho Siikkodku spreads the shrcdiltd cauc uniformly and evenly to
tho mill rolls, and docs away with tho nceOxxlty of spreading the bagasse by
hand botweon the mills, where rcgrinding is in use. No greater amount of
boiler capacity is required to operate tho Hhkkddkk than that which wai
sufficient for tho mill, for tho above reasons, We furnish full working
drawings tor tho installation ol our Hiikrddkua, enabling any competent en
glneer to successfully install and start them,
In ordering UilKKrjDEKti from us, please send small sketch, showing the
diameter and width of tho mill rolls with which Sukkddkk is to be connected,
alao the sido (oithor right or left baud a you face the delivery nido of tlu
mill;, upon which the mill engine is located, also tho height from floor lino
to center of front mill roll shaft, and distance center this shaft to front end
of bed plate. Those Sueiddeub aro now being used by tho Uilo Sugar Oo.
and Hawi Mill, Kohala, where thoy aro giving great satisfaction.
0F" Prices and furthor particulars may bo had by applying to
WM. G. IRWIN &CO., L'd..
IMPORTER AND DEALER IN
GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, FLOUR and PEED.
Pretk Ciliiornla Roll Batter ind Island Butter
fltT ALWAYS ON HAND ji
lei Goods Recelfed by Every Steamer trom Sao PnuiciiCu
tW AJI Orders faithfully attend to. Batlntactlon gnaranwd tulnno Or.mrt
elicited and packed with car.
Ltvoolh Block, Kino Stiimct, Bict. Fort and Aukk Hrncrra.
HOTH TKLKHHO.VKS StO
Provision Dealers & Naval Supplies
Ereth Goods by Every California Steamer.
ICE - HOUSE - GOODS - A - SPECIALTY.
ItaiMM Oancas Solicited. JtO fit7 Satisi-action GniRtnTeto.
II. E. MclJSTY RE & BIH)..
IMKiBTKBli ADD lUl.tH IM
Groceries, Provisions - and - Feed.
Raw Oood lUlffil by Rrery 1'auVt from th Eietni Htnttb rii.l Rump
FRK8H . CALIFORNIA WIODUUE - RV . EVRUT STEAM KR
JbaD Oanias 8ot.icrrsi
ART XllKK KHtT
W. W. AHANA,
333 lTvfMXL-a etxt.
BiII8m, Bcoich and Amertcao Goods.
Btyla and Fit (luuraotAMt,
Cleaning & Repairing
Kill Tele. 668, P. 0. Box 14(.
FOR SALE I
Delivered Twice Daily
TO ANY J'AJIT OK THK OITV.
Mltsai 507-TELEPHO!rcS-Bll 460
1IO VMNT KBK & CO.,
41 Nmianu Htuwi
TiMBitbl, Plwebino. Ctc.
CftOOKKKY and OLAflfiWAllK.
UK TUB HAWAIIAN IHI.ANIIh
1' - r .'"'
Mt ApenU fm tKr llnwiilnn htuwU
P O BOX 173
o imx m.
1'. O HUX llh
to ftiut Grxxti !UTr1
WM. DA VIES,
Rigger & Stevedore,
KriMATKtJ AND CONTItA(T8 ON
&1.1. KINIW OP WOKK.
The Stmr "WAIMAJAJ-,0"
Will ran regularly between this purt and
Walnlun, Kawalhaial. Mokulela, Keawe
nut and l'uulkl on the Ialand ol Oaha.
For Freight, etc., apply Ui the Oaptatu.
tnuuire at ottiue ol
J. B. Walker,
over tipreokels' Uunk, Kurt street.
A. F. Medeiros & Co.
HnU-1 Ht., nniter ArlliiKUin Hutl.
Latest Patterns in Saltings
Kfweivpil by Rrery 8tHinr
PERFECT FIT OR NO SALE.
CEYLON TEA AND JEWKLKT.
1 !IK TO INFOllM THK i'lllll.K)
J timt I liitvrt oponeil my tiune at No. AW
Nuuanu nl ruot wild Oeylon Mnmifncturec)
Jewelry nut vIth Itablet, Happhlrf 1'earli,
ijtc JtiBt received on i'ure Ceylon Tna
irv a Aim innmn ihohih nun I'snnn
An liiHiici'Unn of my Flock la null.
W. J BADItiH,
No. 4.VI Niiimnii tret
pUOPKffeUlt IIIIADI.KY (IIVI'.S M'.B
I. hoiin ill Hlin-'lut', 1'mno. Violin nnd
'('uilo. 'JVnini, fj mi hniiri tl, hull hour.
Iluyintr Jiil 'i Jnirs' fjurrliwu ni ()r
lianlsi hiiiI Olinlr'JrnlntT, hu In o en loan
tiiiliuiiiunciit in tliii'u ripvilllca. ilmt of
l.'dlliiioiilnU. rtl Jiiiiinu btrntft. iluluul
Tihonii I.V". 1116-'Jw
Golden Role Bazaar.
W. f. Reynolds. : Prop.
THE FOREIGN DEPARTMENT
Free -:- Kindergartens
On Moiiay, Ropteuber 10th
At 0 o'clock a.m., at Kmma Hill, corner
of Niiiunu ami Ucrulnnla alirois.
M'ai llntinnli 1". hnttn.an.a rlnulinl ot
ih-vcmI )rnr' xHrlcnr In tliti dolilen
Claie Kre Klndrrjrnrtens of Ban rrnnolxro
win iinvu mix-rvi'ion or in hoik hit,
KindarKnrtrn liourni inmi I'to IZ.
lion t (n'C
A trnlninr c's tor Klml-'rnrtrriiTs,
with liirus nticriiiHPii ffliiMi ftich aiuk,
will bo orKsnltt'd by Ml INinman, on
Tiii'vliiy, bcitrmbr I'tli. nt U o'clock, In
lliMt'iiM-rK)in nl Kinnin Hall.
Tuition for linlnliii; flns: fill iht month.
Aitilcntlnn for mliiilphloii to tlio )l lutrr
jrarfn or tnilnlnx rlnim niny bo mmlnio
ti irlnciitl, Mihx Knitninn, or to Mrn,
llnrni t ('ntli Colrinaii, Kintnii'lnl do- ro
tary Honolulu Kri'o Klmlarcnrlunii.
Coruar Dutal k Nnnaan Straata
Fanilly Wines and Brandies
83 Years Old.
E3. N. RBQUA,
lOM MANAOKH lUin
WIELAND - EXTRA - PALE
Lager Beer !
2 SCHOONERS FOR 26 GENTS
B. I. RIIAW, Proprietor.
and Fine Beer
jiki.l 'im.Ki'iioNj; mi.
(Tor. King iiiul Nnuunu Street, Ilonolu u
Oornnr King A Nunann Bin.
Knw, Woltib, lilt Maiugm
Finest of Wines It Liquors
Billiard Ac Reading Room
rBKS TO FATSOSt,
AT THE ANCHOR
Oyator Cocktails I
Buuttr Urunnon .
Frodorlokaburft lloor I
Straight and Mixed Drinks
Of All Kind and Jlesl Quality.
lOBtawMt Doner KJbs I Nauas 8U.
Tho British ship Shnmlon arrived ,
in port August 'ZM, l(Ki Unjs Irom
Calcutta, via Honolulu. Her mem
orandum shows that July 21st pho
put into Honolulu, boing short of
provisions. Whan alio reached that
port sho wai hut 130 days from Cal
cutta. Supposing, as vosols aro
frequontly 140 days or moro from
Calcttttato this port, sho had been
caught in a calm for a few days
when far oast of Honolulu? Tho
condition of tho crow buforo any
port could bo reached would bo
pitiable. Tho httmanitnrinu sido of
such parsimony tuny 1k left to tho
sensational press, which will work it
"for nil it is worth." The business
side just now interests thu Commer
cial Nowa exclusively. Tho enro of
tlie ship is of great valuo and tho
lime of hor probable arrival had
much to do with tho shipment. Tho
vessel is now hero, just as tho tariff
bill is being settled. Her arrival on
time somo thirty or forty days ago
would have brought her within tbo
limits of tho calculations made, by
the shipper". Her detention was
not. duo to stro9 of weather, or any
rik insured against. It was solely
duo to tho parsimony of owuors or
agents, who fitted hor out for a toy
oge of anywhere from 100 to 100
days, with provisions for only 130
days or less. The ship is under thu
British flag and tho case may per
haps not bedealt with here, although
an action against tho owners might
lio if damage or loss can be proved.
The main fact is. tho ship was not
properly found for the voyage. Tho
valuable lies. and the valuable
cargo, were riskcil to save some one
tuppence ha'penny moro or less.
Judging by tho courso pursued by
all American vessels on similar voy
ages, for the absolute necessities of
life a year's provision should havo
been made; for comfort, seven
months' stores; for tho luxuries tho
captain and olUeors might wish, the
130 days' allowance was just sulll
clout ond no more. .V. F, Commer
For mnritimo news it would seom
that tho general newspapers aro
away ahead of the commercial
papers. For an example of this sen
tho San Francisco Kxnmiiier of
Augurt 22d, in which it is slated
with all seriousness that tho Dritish
brig L'Avounir, on her passage from
Newcastle to San Francisco, met
with such heavy weather and leaked
so badly that it was uccessarv to
jettison not only the cargo of coal,
but all of the provisions and tho
''clothes and bolongliigs" of tho
crow. It is also stated that tho
crew wan nearly dead with hunger
when Lysau Island was sighted, and
that here thoy stocked up with tur
tles on which they lived until Hono
lulu was reaihcd.
As a matter of fact tho vessel did
stop at Lyran Island for fresh meat,
but it was not until nway east of
Honolulu that a storm necess tatod
a return to that port. Not a pound
of cargo was jettisoned, but it would
be rather iutcrsting for somo
arithmetician to figure how muoh
relief would be gained by a dis
tressed vcs-el from digorgiug tho
clothes and belongings of the crew.
Liven Clark IIiinkoII, in his wildest
fancies, has not yet treated us to
such n realistic picture as the cook
attempting to appease a hungry sea
by fi-ediug to it a can of corned beef,
or au ordlutry seaman bringing
from the fon-easlle his Sunday
trousers mid after one look of regret
easting them Into tho angry ocean
in order that the vessel might, per
eliauee, be saved. 1'ncljlt! Count ,1nr
Morning aud Cvouing Stnr.
Men, wunii'ii and children will en
joy the Morning and Evening .Slur
drinks. Fur their plciiMinl ll.ivor ami
toothing efl'ect itenernlly, the lailnn,
wIiom) ilulic.ite systems reiiu'uc a
hevuriige (hat will act gently and hu
entirely ntfo under all conditions, aro
eiithtii-iiii'lic in their praho of Morn.
ing and Evening Star, and the men
prefer them to all other iliinke ho-cain-e
they are more beneficial in their
iillVuls. 'Iliov .It. not. i.,t.,.r.l will.
i , , , ""
t.iiriiiurn ui Mi'iiriuu iiuii uiu I'lniioiy
fiec from all injuriiiUf or dicaKieeahro
btili.ilaneo. When the blond is im
pure or (lie stomach weak, the Kvcii
tliir Slur can Im drunk to ml van tunc.
and in vnlidn will llml iclief fnnu it.
In the jiriidiietiiiu of tluu driulis tho
Hawaiian IsIiiiiiIh bau been eiiriehcd
with I ho only peifLct 'i uilo licu'iucs
known. The price per iliuen h TiOc ,
delierLd to all purls of lint city free.
Mut. Tel HU. Bethel sticet.
KniRhtB of Fytbius.
A ynsliiiiKton dospatcli of August
111 cays: Thu Mi promo Lotlo of thu
Knights of I'y thins rceoied a re
port to-day from tho committee to
draft a now ritunl for thu Uniform
Order, ami mado it the matter of n
spoclul order for noxt Tuesday. A
diRctissiou of tho proposed amend
ments to tho Constitution, which
will establish a judicial body analo
gous to tho .Supremo Court, empow
ered to decide disputes over tho
constitution, absorbed most of the
day. No reports havo yet been re
ceived from tho committee appoint
ed to consider tho question of ex
cluding liquor dealer from thu
Knights of i'y thins mid compel Ger
man lodgus to give their rituul in
An idea of tho magnitude of the
Loudon County Council's operations
in dealing with the howngo of the
metropolis may be gamed from tlio
recently published figures for I8SKI,
from which wo learn that 2,ll)i,()()l)
tons of sludge wore sent to Mm. Tho
convoying of this quantity of elfeto
matter out of the Thames required
2102 viyngeH of tho" live vessels in
iimi, to whieli n sixth is lo no added,
Thorn are fifteen disinfecting mid
tuntiiieut Millions, which iimi 211
tons of eliemicalH, and ns a result
thu Thames at thu outfalls is inner,
and oeii above (he standard of I MIL',
which nun itself considered very
aittlbfaolory. Intliutrtftuntl Jron,
Hotel Street (Arlington Block)
Just Kecetved another tuvotre ot
Japanese Pane; Goods
- AND -
Plain and Figured Bilk and Cra6.
MORNING GOWNS 'ST1
I'lulti 8llk and Embroidered.
Silk and Cotton Kimonos
Silk Fans, Cushions,
Kinbrotdcred 611k Tea Coal
Tablo Covers. Bed Covers.
Bilk 8nshes, Neckwear.
Beautiful Chiiia Ware I
Salad Bowls, Bon-bon Ulfthes,
risks. Etc., Etc., VAc.
Bilk and Cotton I'alama.
lings, Elegant l,nmp Bhndes,
Bamboo Canci, Lunch Bsakels,
Bamboo Vallcfi, Japnnrsr. Trays,
Etc., Eto., Etc., Etc.
Mrs. J. P. P. Gollaco, Proprietress.
rMII.I, LINK 'If -
Silk and Cotton Dress Goods,
Silk, Lineu and Crape Sliirts
-OK COMPLETE BTOOK -
Mad by Yamatora of Yokohama.
MT When yon are In nred of any tliir
of Japanne lloodi, Rive us flrtl rail and
saw irolng all around town
30S STort ISt, ntcu Cuatom IIoum
"Stock Chief1 13,444.
Height. 10.2. Wright, 1,300.
Hpi-clally selected for this Country.
iiiK tlio mrvlci'i of iiKlnlllon (houliliiot
' fail to fxainlno this beautiful animal. Kor
inillvidiinlltv ho linn no ntur in theno Inl
ands. Ills hire, color, conformation, ills
.l'V''''' U'""B "''"l'l'r" "OUinK
i ipiaiiiift jiiaee nun ill ji
hu foremost ranks.
PjIvhIiIa fit tltnn rif HorvlrA. It...
turn privilege gniuted. Infurmatlon fur
ulnhed, apply to
A. It. HOW AT. D. V. 8.,
Corner Nuuina & Hotel Streets.
New Goods! New Goods!
KKOKIVKI) HY EVKHY BTKAMKIL
Silk Dress Goods,
.JAPANESE SILK CRAI'E,
Plain and brocaded;
JAPAN KBR OOTTON OHAI'M
Silk SbirtB and Night Sbh ts,
Bilk Illciuiieti. Bilk Necktips,
Handkornhlpfb, Bhawis, BhhIihh,
Hosiery and (iheiulnfm,
JnpntiesH TrnjB, Itsiuboo Hcrrens.
Tra But, Klower l'ota, Ktc, Klo.
Prices Cheaper than Ever I
For Sale I
Ilm-d hut llttln. As koihI n uw. Hold on
hi ciiunt of iiiiir It'Mviiii; thiiioiiiitry
- ('nil or addrmik
"01 tl 107 Klnii Htiutt.
7'u Daily HulUHn, Pfl nnuli per mrmjli
x. ;v esusts
Save Half tho Amount of Your Oil
Bill Through Saving In Pigment.
Evory painter should uso LucoJ.
stead of Linseed Oil, because :
I.ucot, is moro
titrable tlmn Unseed
2. l.tlcoL Is more economical
PltOOF THAT LUGOL IS MOKE
Bix years of nctuul uso in exterior
house painting in California (tho
most trying climate for paints), in
the burning heat of tho Arizona Des
ert, tho Arctic cold of Alaska, and on
tho Atlantic const, havo fully and
practically shown that Lucoi. id ways
outwears Linseed Oil under tho sumo
conditions. All the ncid works in
Kan Francisco have discarded Lin
seed Oil for Lucoi..
ILLUSTRATE THIS YOURSELF.
Put strong ammonia on Linseed and
Lucoi tmlnts. Tho Linseed paints
are destroved in a few minutes; tho
Lucoi pniuU nro practically unaffect
ed. PROOF THAT LUCOL IS MORE
Break up 1 lbs. paste white lead
in one pint of Lucoi,, and tho same
quantity in one pint of Linseed Oil.
Spread the paints on similar dark
surfaces for comparison. Tho Lucoi
paint spreads as fur as and covers
much hotter than tho Linseed paint.
To get cquull) good covering with tho
Linseed paint you have to tuo 2 lbs.
of while lead to one pint ot Linseed
Oil. This means a saving of J lb. of
pasto lend to each pint of Lucoi. used,
or 0 lln. to every gallon, cipiivalonl
to your saving mure than half tho
first cost of the I.t'COL.
Lucoi, is not in competition with
cheap Linseed Oil substitutes.
ftdents for the Hawaiian IslanrtR
L. B. KERR'S
I IIAVB JUST KF.Ci:iVKI)
LAKOR ASRTMKNT OK .
Fine Sin Lin
uikI Latest Stylos.
Tiir.sr: noons wii.i. iik som
ANY ytJANTKY I'ltO.M A
100 Yards Down to Enough
to Make a Stogie Suttl
- AND AT -
Hard Times Prices!
L. B. KEltlt, - bipoitTi'.n,
Are Never Ashamed of their
Mounts. Other Riders
22 1-2 Lbs.
la a pretty light wheol
for rond work ibit t it?
That's tho woiulit of the nmchine that
II. K. Wulkor rfiloa.
The "CLEVELAND1 IS A GREAT SUCCESS
H. E. WALKER.
AkuiiI Honolulu, H. I
Cumiolui Block, Mercbint St.
Ring Dp Roth Telephones m
Until! at Itolttrif r'N Hlirieltif Hli't.
Unn lr)tt li.rHort,
llMictittnl (llnbvmro Wanh'dl
('looks, Wati'lif aud Juwclry Wanti-d
Old (Mil and Hllvrr W'unliMI
rr HlflliM) Prices Paid I JH
114 Kluif Btroot, Cornor of Alakea,
Oiihu Hail way bnd Co.
OKKKItS THK I'UHLIG
Another Great Opportunity
To Boonrn Honia In On of tha Koat
DoltKhtrtU LooaUtlaa to b
Kound In tha Paradlaa
of tba PaclBo.
A a healthy retort Faarl City bai
already eitabllibed an cnrlabls rapatatlon.
Many good olllient In this community
haTe expsrlanccd the wonderful fleet pro
duced by a few days lojoorn In that dry,
cool atmosphere, and glra grateful testi
mony to tho relief they bare almost in
stantly gained from eerere and long con
tinued attacks of asthma. Physicians
acquainted with the cllmaU of Pearl City
recommend It at a natural sanltariam.
THE WATER SUPPLY
IS AMPLE I
And can b lncraed to nievt the needs of
a population eqnal to the largatt city In
Paor. A. D. Ltohi of Oabn College It
oar authority for stating that the water
supply Is thr purest yet dltooTerad In this
Special iDdoceineDU to Earl; Settlers:
Kor ulnity days from data we will mII
LOTH ON BPKOIAh THUMB farorable to
boua.rJde settlers. For a term of three
months from data, lumber and all build
ing materials will be supplied, and dellrnr
ed at lVarl City at much lower prion than
erer before ohUiluwl.
For farther particulars, call at this office
or on any of the lumber dealer In this
city. Those who now own lot aa well a
those who propoM to become resident of
that growing city, will do well to embrace
thik oiortanity. Thota who avail tueiu
eelres of this oiler, within the time named,
will he entitled to, slid will reoelva the
For a term of ten years, tola Company
will carry such residents and their famlllea
from Pearl City to Honolulu In the morn
ing arriving a little before seven o'clock,
and from Honolulu to Pearl City In the
evening leaving Honolulu station a little
after five o'clock, for ten oenta 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 1H oenU
per mile first class, and 1 cent per mil
A good school ts about to be opened In
the Peninsula, In the tine, large, new
bchool.bouse erected by Mr. J. T. Water
house. Residents living at Pearl City
heights, above Pearl City 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 oontluue to send their
children to schools lu Honolulu, can have
tranaortatlon on all regular trains to and
from Pearl City, for the purpose ot attend
ing school, at five cents each way for each
pupil. This Is equal to 24 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 Company has been requested from
abroad to name the price of all their un
sold land In that locality.
Bhould a clearance sale be made to a
syndicate, no opportunity like the present
would again occur for the purchase of
homes at Pearl City.
Word to the Wise li
0A11U RAILWAY a LAND CO,
li V. mLWNGHAiM,