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national Cane Shredder
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tpHE ONDKRHIGNED HAVE BEEN APPOINTED SOLE AGENTS FOB
those SiiKKUUKhB and arc now prepared to receive orders.
The groat advantages to be derived from the uk of the National Ganb
flHBKflDKO- arc thoroughly csUbllnhod nnd acknowledged by I'lantors
The large numbur ot Planters using thcin ii. the United Slates, Oubiv,
Argentine Bupublio, Peru, Australia ind elsewhere, boar witness to the
The use of the Subkdiieh voiy largely aiij;in"nts the quantity of caue
the mill enn grind (25 to 60.), also tho extraction of juiuu (5 to 12).
It is a great safeguard, making known at once the presence of any
pioces of iron, stake from curs, or anything which would be babln to damage
the mill, and allowing auiplc time to rctuove same before damaging the mill.
The SHbKDDKK ii very strongly made, and from the manner of ite opera
(ton it cuts or tcara these piece of wood or iron without olien breaking the
SBKiooBa; ud if anything breaks, it is simply some of the knives or cutters,
which caa be quickly and economically replaced. The Siikkddku, ah its
name indicates, tears tiio cauo into shreds of varying lengths, perfectly open
tng it and allowing tho mill to thoroughly picas out the juices without re
quiring the immense extra power necessary to grind or crush tho whole
oano. The Bmkeddku spreads the shredded cane uniformly and evenly to
the mill rolls, and does away with the necessity of spreading thu bagasse by
hand between tho mills, whero regrlnding is lu use. No greater amount of
boiler capacity is required to operate thu Biikkdjjkk than that which wot
sufficient for the mill, for the above reasons. We furnish full working
drawings for the installation of our Shkcddkks, enabling any competent en
glneer to successfully install and start them.
Iu ordering Shusudkuh from us, plcasu eeud small sketch, showing the
diameter and width of the mill rolls with which Hhkkddkk is to he connected,
also the side (either right or left baud as you faco tho delivery sido of tho
mill;, upon which the mill engine ic located, also the height from floor line
to oeuter of front mill roll shaft, and distance center this shaft to front end
of bed plate. These Bhbkkukbs arc now being used by tho If ilo Sugar Co.
and Hawi Mill, Kohala, whero they aro giving great satisfaction.
0r Prices and further particuUrs may be had by applying U.
WM. G. IRWIN & CO., L'd.,
MS-f f Mt Anrnt ftrr IK HmwiMin UaiU
IMPOKTKH AND DEALEB IN
GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, FLOUR and PEED.
freib California Roll Butter and Island Butter
OT ALWAYS ON HAND tJ
lew Gcorl Ro!?eil by Every Stunner (rom San Prancbco
8JT Alt Orilurs (altnfillly stUiUd
jh(id and ptcksd with care.
Lincoln 2ixxn, Kino .STr.r.rrr.
BUTH TKLKfJIUNHI) WO
Provision Dealers & Naval Supplies
fresh Goods by Every Calitornla Steamer.
ICE - HOUSE - GOODS - A SPECIALTY.
tajriroe Oann.1 SuoiTn. j& W Stwviotio! Ouarantcco.
H. K. aVlcINTYRK & DUO.,
tarorrsa.1 anh pkalkiu iw
Groceries, Provisions - and - feed.
N Ooods Kttoalved by Krcry 1'ackrt from tl.c Ku.tnm huto. ami Karojjs
FRKSH UA1JFOBKIA - FllODUUB BY FA'ERY STEAM KH
all Ordtra rotthtdly attendrd to and 0mmIh Iilv-iMn ui n
rVrt ol Cir- City FKKK.
IsLAJin Oiokm Souomo SATisrAcno OiuatNTccti
HAST rflKNRB PfHl'I NI KINfl RTKKKTH.
W. W. AHANA
333 ITuuviu Strt
KMllsb, Scotcb and Amerlcao
UtyU and Kit Ouaraiif-ed.
Cleaning & Repairing
loioil Tela, 668. P. 0. Boi
3TOR 8AI.E I
Delivered Twice Daily
TO ANY PART OF TUB CITY.
ltul 50-TELEPIIONE3 Hall 460
11021m ' IKKNIirciin. Prop
HO YEN KKJM & CO..
I Nui'ano Btleet
TiMMitbt, Plumbinfi, Etc.
OKOQKKHY ud OLABHWAltK.
Hit! HA'VtlA IHI.AVl...
H. U. IMX m
r'.ifncllpii p'.'(irtitT(l. Maml 'n1tn
Brr. Fort ash Alark Snirrrv
f U IWX .wr
V U BOX IV.
WM. DA VIES,
Rigger & Stevedore,
KHTIMATKB AND OONTHAUTB ON
Al.l, K1NDB OK WORK.
Will run roitularly between tblb port and
Walulua, Kawallmpal. Mnkulula, Keawe
nui and l'uulkl on the Inland of Oabu.
Kor Freight, etc., apply to tlin Captain.
over tjiireckeU' llank, Kurt street.
A. F. Medeiros & Co.
Mtirohant K Tailors
Hotnl Ut., iiinler Arlington Holhi
Latest Patterns in Sailings
itweived by Every Bieamei
PERFECT FIT OR NO SALE.
OKTI.ON TKA AND JEWELHY.
I iiku to :nfokm thk Hi.Di.if
1 thnt 1 Jiav; npeuid my Plow at No. W;
N .uann street with Ceylon Manufactured
,iveiry tet win KnWcsajpuiret.rearis,
itc. lint ifetvedaoniM I'uie Ceylon Tiu -
Ifvii Inn lnilldti Mjtitiin mnl Dnnxm
Cli'.'irs An lUMpentlun of my tM'W h rull.
riiHil. W J HADIliK,
No, 4.ViNuuaiiu strtet
jHOKhrisoit IIUADI.KY (UVi: I.IIH
Mint In tlnuini. I'inliii, Ylnlln Slid
iVrms. U mi hour: f I, hslf huur,
llnvlnn hid 'J'l w-ara exiir.Hiu' as Or
i'hiiihI ami (ilinlr Ynilhrr.
lie 1 open in nn :
I'licaeeiiient III thme nneltlix. Ilett of
ti'stlliioillnU. Al Kuiliiu ktrii'U Mutual
Txlephono IVI. lllfr-irw
W. F. Reynold!). : Prop.
TEE POREiaN L3PAHTMENT
HONOLULU Free -:- Kindergartens
On MoBday, Eeptonbor 10th
Atllo'clock a.m., at Kmnia 1111, corner
of .Nuiiiwm nd Kcnitniiia ktii'i,i.
MUi Hannnli K. utlLall,n irlnclpal of
percrsl furs' uXicili'lii'i' 1,1 the tO.M'i
(lle Ktve KlrdrrKJriviii of Han Koiiiol-eo
will hav MiicrNiuii ol lliw woik lnr.
Kliidi'rcaitLii Iiouihi from Uf i' Tui
I A trnlnlnp Hni for Klndi-rfnririii-r',
I with tluch of'rnioiiti fH'lii'iMf.u'li ((k,
I will lit) urRntilxi'iI dy Ml I". uiinnii, on
1 Turiulnv, H-itinli"r Ptli. at'i oVIoek. In
I iIi"i'I-moiii i.t Kietiia II all.
! Ti litt.ti rr tialnf njj clut lO imt tiitntli.
iilratlniiii for oiliiiifloti to I lie K inter
1 pirtrn or trulntni; la limy I'e nimli' to
1 V orliu'iii.tl, MIm l-nstDinii, or In Mm,
Uurrict (;.itlj toltiii'iu, Klnuinititl be. re
mry Honolulu l'nc Kliiiinrr.nriein.
Corner Botsl a Rnosnn Straits
Family Wines and Brandies
S3 Years Oia.
WEELAND - EXTRA PALE
Lager Beer !
2 SCHOONERS FOR 25 GENTS
and Pino Beer
Cor. Kin i; Hlid Nuuiuiu Ktrret, Honolu n.
I PACIFIC HOTEL
Corner KIiik A Nuuanu HtN.
Hi). Wlll.TKk, i t i i Msiimkdi
Finest ui Wines & Liqoors
rnno i . waHi,,,. Dnrn
HUltarU 5e Koadlng KOOTO
ran ro fats'iss.
XTrr-GTJ.X, TaJX.35XIX01T 873
AT THE ANCHOR
Oyetnr UocktalU !
BiuiHr nruunon I
I''r(idorickbl)urtf Umir I
- 1 Sfrainhl aUQ
Of All Kinds and Jlist (Juslity.
loatliwul Corner King 4 Nutuuiu SU.
VIOTOB.Y FOB HONOLULU.
Tho Hyacinth Cricket Tonm is Do-
foated by Havy Odd3.
Tho match on Saturday between
tho Honolulu Cricket Club and a
toam from H. M. S. llyaciuth, tor-
.uinatedin favorof tho limneolnron. i
This was ehioilv dt
title to the excellent
irjwiiujr in unuioni, wno lorni iimu
wicket) for thro runs, and nlo to
tho consistent batting of several of
tho II. C. G. toam. A return match
has been arranged for Saturday next
when perhaps tho II. C. C. will not
havn nueh an easy task. Appended
is tho score:
Ll. 8'llcmnnb.HniilcM 0
l.t. N.irr.itt I) HntfioM t,
T. Humeri). IlatllcM 0
W. J. Kayncr b. Hntlleld 0
1). Ottlcvli. Hatfield 0
A Itrayc. I'nrMilt. UntlleM .1
C. linker I). Hntflpid 0
I. Mile I). Bstncld 0
S. llnyluy Ii. LNIiniati 'i
V. Hocking, rot out 'i
U. Burner l. Hatfli-lri 0
II. c. c.
Itrv. I.cvrU c. Hainrr I), ytilcniau
A. It. Baitlcld I), linker
T. I.UIoiinli, i.ot. nut
l!ev. Kttcat Ii. .Stllcmnn
V. Wotl)wok Ii Hiker
I-'. H. Alierliich ti. linker
M. Hrn.lili. Stlkinim
A. (iurvlo Ii. Ilnkif
tt lliini'Mo, run out
Sevon Yoars Without a Birthday.
A Scott I(i li clarftytnnn, who died
thirty years no, Mr Lelsbinan of
Kiurofs, used tn toll that ho onco
lived seven years without a birthday.
Tho statement puzzled most who
heard It. Thojr could seo that if ho
had boon born on tho 28th of Febru
ary ho would havo no birthday ex
cept, in a leap year, nut leap year
comes onco in four years, and this
accounts for a (rap of tlirco years
only. Their first thought would,
therefore, naturally bo that tho old
man, who, In fact, wan fond of a
harmless jest, was somehow jesting
about tho seven. There was, how
ever, no joliu or trick in this asser
tion. At tho present time thoro can bo
very few, if thoro aro any, who have
tho talo to tell of themselves, for
ono who can tell it must havo been
bom oil the '21) th day of February
at least niuety-oifrht years tmo. Hut
a similar lino of tnlssini? dates is
now soon to return, ami, indeed,
thoro are, no doubt, some readers
who will havo only ono birthday to
colebralu for nearly twenty years to
Tho solution of tho puzzle is to
bo found in tho fact, which does not
appear to be widely known, that tho
year 181)1) was nut a leap year, and
l'.HK) will not be. Tho Fobruary of
1H'.)2 had tweuty-iiino days, but in
all tho rovt'ti years iutervoniug ho
tween ISihl and 11)01, as well ns iu
the three years between $)2 and
Ib'.liJ. that month will havo only
tW'Uity-eitfhl. I'ilhlntrtih W'iitttch.
Wngra in England nnd Amnrica.
Andrew Carueiito has an article lu
thu .September Contemporary Re
view concerninf; labor in America.
He says a workman can live for less
in America thou iu Gnat liritalu,
provided he livi-.i frugally. Conxe
queully Caruogio thinks tho argu
ment that waues must be higher in
America is fallacious.
"A pound," Carnegie odds, "Judi
ciously expended iu America on thu
necessaries of life would afford tho
workingman's family more comforts
luan would t no same amount spent
here. Tho American workingman's
position is liki thnt of the old
Scotch woman who, when asked it
slio could live on a curtain nutiiiity,
replied that she could live on half
ol it, 'but could spend dooblo.' "
Australia's Pnsionuor Llt
The following names havo already
been booked at thu olllro of V O.
Irwin .t Co. to leave on tho S. S.
Australia oti Saturday next:
Mrs. Maxwell and duughter, J. V,
Terrill. W. Homtnli, S. B. L. lNm
rose, Mrs. A. Deeoto, (J. A. Mackin
tosh, G. 1'. Wilder and wife, IJ. A.
Kuight, Johu Waturhouso, E. C.
Waterhousu, I'aul VnturhoiiH, J.
Uirschburar, F. F. Baldwin, A. D.
Baldwin, C. H. Felts, D. H. Walzuu,
Jr., Mrs. Morriatn, Alex Atherton, A.
L. Saxton otid wife, James and Al
bert J udd, Mr. Sprockets, Col. Z. S.
Spnlding, Mr. mid Mrs. Louissou, J.
A. Hancock, Mrs. J. Hancock, Col.
A. A. llawes, Dr. aud Mrs. Weasel
horft. Uand Concert.
The publia baud, under the leadur-
snip oi Prof, uorgor, will ;ivo n con
cert this evening nt 7:!i0 o'clock, at
Thomas Sijuaro. Followiuf; is tho
Overturn llurlln J Rh Couradl
Mnn-h Tho Hnhluii West (nnw).. Oettol
Curnut Kiilo Huu Klnwor inn ) llolliiisou
Mr. Chan. Kreutur.
bclcutlon Murthn 1'lotow
Medley Plantation Mnlodles Couturno
nltt DjiiiiiIm) Waves Iviumvlul
IIuIIkiI Boiiiu D.iy (now) . Wclllim
i'lilki-llllolliiy . ...Hurler
Prevention la Bottor
Than euro, ami those who nro sub
jeet to rhiuimalism enu prevent at
tacks by keeping tho blood pure mid
free from tho acid which enm-os the
disiiasu. You can rely iiiioii Hood's
Sursaparilln an n remeilv for rheu
matism and catarrh, also for every
form of scrofula, salt rheum, boils
ami oilier diseases eausuil li impure
blood. It tones and vitalizes tin
Pills are enHy and Kent In
Al Williams' Studio aro to be seen
Fori rails on Wnluh Dials, which ho
is making a specialty of, Lantern
Slides for lecture by the set or
Hotel Street (Arlington Block)
Just llecelved onother Invoice of
t ti n.j.
.1911911060 KflTliTV i(innH
"vmv a miivj vvww
- AND -
Plain and Figured 811k and Crape.
for Ladies and
Plain Bilk and Embroidered.
Silk and Cotton Kimonos
Bilk Pans, Cnshlons,
Embroidered Silk Tea Cosle
Table Covers. Bed Covers,
Bilk Bashes, Neckwear.
Beautiful China Ware!
Bnlsd Bowls, Bon-bon Dishes,
I'lates, Etc., Etc, Etn.
Bilk and Cotton Faiaraaa.
ItiiRS, Kleicant Lamp Shades,
Bamboo Canes, i.nnch Baskets,
Bamboo Valises. Japanese Trays.
Etc., Etc., Etc., Eto.
Mrs, J. P, P. Gollaco, Proprietress.
Klll.L 1.1 VB f
Silk and Cotton Dress Goods,
Silk, lion ind Crape Shirts
-UK COMPLETE HTOOK-
Made by Yatuatoya ot Yokohama.
Ot" When you are In need of any line
of Japanese floods, Rive us first naif ami
going all around town.
SOS Tozt St nsai Cuatooa XEoxa
"Stock Chief," 13,444.
Height, 10.2. Weight, 1,300.
r!n.clally selected fur this Country.
. Iiik tint mrvlct's of a ktnlllun rhuuld not
fall to vxamlnu thin U'niitllul animal. Kor
individuality he hns no peer in these Ixl
amU. Ills site, color, conformation, dis
position, line brcedliiK and hiiperh trotting
ipiulitles place him In thu foremost rauks,
Pavahlo at time of servleo. Ito-
tnru privileges Kranted. Information fur
nished, apply to
A. It. HOW AT. 1). V. 8.,
Veterinary IiiDniiury,'.M"i KIiik st , Hono
Corner Noaina ft Hotel Streets.
New Goods! New Goods!
tlKCKIVEl) UY EVKItY HTKAMKIL
Silk Dress Goods,
flaln and ilrocaded;
JAt'ANKHtt COTTON (1KAPK
Silk Shirts and Night Shirts,
Hilt mouses, fllltc Neckties,
Halidkcrohiefi,, bliawls, Basbes,
Hosiery and ChemiseB,
Japsueie Trays, ltaiuhoo Screens,
Tea Het, KJower Pots, Btc, Kto.
Prices Cheaper than Ever I
For Sale I
lined hut lltllit.
As good an new. Hold on
HI'4'Olllll of OWIIH
r leavimi the country.
X- ('all or address
IIUl tf 107 KIiik Htrrct.
TA IhUvllulUUn, SO mhU per mwtk
L l'vV1?5 S
8avo Half tho Amount of Tour Oil
Bill Through Saving in Pigmont.
Every painter should use Lucoi. In
stcml of Linseed Oil, because:
l.ccot, Is moro durnlf than Linseed
'1. I.ntoL Is more
economical than Lin-
PUOOF THAT LUCOL IS MOUE
Six years of actual tuo In exterior
houo paintitiK in California (tho
most trying climate for paints), in
tho hurniui: beat of tlm Arizona Des
ert, tho Arctic cold of Alaska, and on
tho Atlantic coast, lmvu fully and
practically shown that I.ucoi. always
outwears Linseed Oil under the same
conditions. All the acid works in
San Francisco have discarded Lin
seed Oil for LvcoL.
1LLU8TKATE THIS YOURSELF.
Put strong ammonia on Linseed and
Lttcol paints. The Li meed paints
arc destroyed in a few minutes; tho
Lucol paints are practically unuflVct
cd. PROOF THAT LUCOL IS MORE
Break up 1 lbs. pasto white lead
in one pint of Lt;cot., ami the same
quantity in one pint of Linseed Oil.
Spread tho paints on similar dark
surfaces for comparison. Tho Lucol
paint spreads as far us and covers
much better than tho Linseed paint.
To get equally good covering wilh the
Linseed paint you have to use 2 Hie.
of white lead to one pint of Linseed
Oil. This means a saving of lb. of
pasto lead to each pint of Lucol. used,
or II 11m. to every gallon, equivalent
to your saving moro than half the
firt cost of thu Lucol.
Lucoi, is not iu competition with
cheap Lltuccd Oil substitutes.
11. t IRWIN it CO.,
Agents for the Hawaiian Islands
L. B. KERR'S
t HAVB JUST UKCK1VKD A
LAItOK ASiOllTMP.NT 01' . .
and Latest Styles.
THKSR ooons will iib sold in
ANY QUANTITY I'llOM A
100 Yards Down to Enough
to Make a Single Salt!
- AND AT -
Hard Times Prices!
L. B. KERR, - Importer,
Are Never Ashamed of their
Mounts. Other Riders
OQ 1 O T Ito i" n pretty UmIU wheel
Ca l-C UliO, for ro.l work isn t It?
That's tho weluht of the iiiuchluo that
11, K. Walker rides.
The "CLEVELAND ' IS A GREAT SUCCESS
H. E. WALKER,
A if en t Honolulu. H. 1.
Commini Block, Mflrcbint SI
Ring Up Both Telephones 122
riunri at Hnlllinr.erJHliofliiikiHtir,
O'i!! i.Hoi or Wort,
JAM Kb POLLOCK.
PUhesaud (llsssware Wanted!
Clocks. WuK'liea nnd Jewelry Waiitti
Old (lold ami hllver Wanted I
MT BJgbasI Prion Paid I Jkt
114 Kins Btroot, Ooruor of Alakeu,
IiitTim tf 1 T a "rilTIBsr
Ilaliii iiailway & Land Co.
OKKICKS TUB PUBLIU
Another Great Opportooltj
To Socur Homas tn On of th Moat
Dnllcbtfal LocUUa to b
ronnd to th Faradla
of tba PaotOo.
As a healthy resort faarl City has
already established an enviable reputation.
Many good cltliens In this community
have axHrlenced the wonderful effect pro
duced by a few days sojourn in that dry,
cool atmosphere, and give grateful testi
mony to the relief they have almost In
stantly gained from sever and long con
tinued attacks ot asthma. Physicians
acquainted with the climate ot Pearl Oity
racommend It as a natural sanitarium.
THE WATER SUPPLY
And can ba Increased to mast lb Beads ot
a imputation aqual to the largest city tn
the world. .
1'ior. A. B. Ltoss ol Oahu College le
oar authority for stating that the waUr
supply Is the purest yet dlscoverod In this
Special loducemeDts (o Bulj SMtltn:
Kor ninety days from data we wtll sell
LOTH ON HI'EOt AL TKHMB favorable to
bonatlde settlers. For a term of thraa
months front date, lumber and all build
ing materials will be supplied, and deliver
ed at Pearl City at much lower prioe Uian
ever before obtained.
For further particulars, call at this omoa
orou any of the lumber dealer tn this
city. Those who now own lots aa wtll aa
those who propose to become resident of
that growing city, will do well to ambraca
this opportunity. Those who avail them
selves of this offer, within the time named,
will be entitled to, abd will receive the
following benefit 1
For a term of ton years, this Company
will carry such resident and their famlliae
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 leavlng Honolulu station a little
after five o'clockl, for ten cent each way,
a rata less than one cent per mile. The
rates 011 ail other passenger trains running
during the day or night will ba IK osnta
per mile first class, and 1 oant per mil
A good school Is about to be opened In
the PeulnBula, In the flue, large, new
school-house erected by Mr. J. T. WaUr
bouse. Uesldent living at Pearl Oity
heights, (above Pearl City station) and
those having homes on the Peninsula, will
be allowed to ride free on regular train
between Pearl City stations 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 of attend
ing school, at five cent each way for each
pupil. This is equal to 24 to 28 miles ride
for ten cents.
Equal Inducement for those desiring to
secure homes in this country havensvsr
before been offered to the public
This Company has been requested from
abroad to uame the price of all their un
sold land in that locality.
Should a clearance sal be made to a
syndicate, no opportunity ilk the praeeat
would again occur for the porchaa of
homes at Pearl City.
Word to Uii Wis ii
OAHU RAILWAY a LAND GO.
Ii K. DILLINGHAM,
fcr i ' nanRUsfsfc