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THE UNDERSIGNED 1IAVK BEEN APPOINTED 80LE AOENT8 FOK
theao tiuRKDUKits aud nto now prepared to rcccivo orders.
The groat advantage to be derived from the uae of the National Oamk
Ahkmodkk aro thoroughly oaUbliahed and acknowledged by Planters
The largo number of Planters using them in the United States, Cuba,
Argentine Uepublio, Peru, Australia and oWwhoro, bear witness to the
The use of tho Shbkoobb very largely augments the quantity of cane
the mill can grind (25 to 50), also the extraction of juice (5 to 12).
It ia a great safeguard, making known at once the presence of any
pieces of iron, stakes from cars, or anythiug which would be liable to damage
the mill, and allowing ample time to remove same before damaging the mill.
Tho Shkkddkr is ery strougly made, and from tho manner of its opera
tlon it cut or tears these pieces of wood or iron without often breaking the
Hhmddmu; and if anythiug breaks, it is simply some of the knives or cutters,
which can be quickly and economically replaced. Tho Shkkodkh, as its
name indicates, tears tho cane into shreda of varying lengths, perfectly open
tng it and allowing tho mill to thoroughly press out tho juices without re
quiring the immense extra power necessary to grind or crush tho wholo
cane. The 8hrkddeb spreads tho shredded cane uniformly aud evenly to
the mill rolls, and docs away with the necessity of spreading the bagasso by
hand between the mills, whero regrinding is in use. No greater amount of
boiler capacity ia required to operate tho Bhukddkk than that which was
sufficient for the mill, fur the above reasons. We furnish full working
drawings tor tho installation ol our Siihkdbkhh, enabling any competent en
glneer to successfully install and start them.
In ordering Shreddkub from us, plcaso scud small skotch, showing the
diameter aud width of the mill rolls with which Hiikkddku is to bo connected,
also the tide (either right or left baud as you fuco the dolivery side of tho
mill), upon which tho mill engine is located, also tho height from door line
to center of front mill roll shaft, and distance center this shaft to front end
of bed plate. These Siihkuukus aro now being used by the liilo Sugar Oo.
rod Hawi Mill, Kohala, whoro they are giving great satisfaction.
ff Prioea and further particular, may be had by applying to
WM. G. IRWIN & CO., L'd.,
iSJtMl M pftiU or ttu llawaUnn Mirwtt
lUPOKTEH AND DEALER IN
GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, FLOUR and PEED.
Preib California Roll Batter and Island Batter
C- ALWAYS ON HAND JgO
Sbi Goods Recalled by Every Sltamer from San Frdncitto
Of All Oratrs faithfully atteud to. Satisfaction guaranteed. Utsurt Oniari
ultoiUtl and packed with care.
Lincoln IIlocx, Kino Sthrkt, I tier. Font and Alakr Smarts
BOTH TKLKI'UUNKS "Jto
LEWIS & CO..
Ill FORT STREET.
Importers, Wholesale t Retail Grocers
Provision Dealers & Naval Supplies
freth Qoodi by Every Calilornla Steamer.
ICE - HOUSE - GOODS - A - SPECIALTY.
Iauimm Okuces SouciTm. Jj3 0T SiTurAOTio Odabantkcd.
H. E. MolNTYRE & lRO.,
UirOBTUN 4MI UKALCaS IP
Groceries, Provisions - and - feed.
Now Goods tiaoslvad by Every Packet from thr Kaatra btates auil Kurop.
rRESH CALIFORNIA - PRODUCE - BT EVERY STEAMER
(L40D Oioim Souoitbs.
BT (H1KNKK IKT
W. W. AHANA,
339 ITuuiuxu Qts.
Bjigltst, Scotch and Amerlcao Goods.
Style aud Fit Oiiamnul.
Gleaning & Repairing
Hutu) Tele. 668. P. 0. Box 144
FOR SALE I
Delivered Twice Daily
TO ANY I'AllT OK THK CITY,
atul 507-TELEPnONES- Bell 400
tt(.tm F. IHENIiKKO, I'rop.
110 YEN KEB & CO.,
4) Nauanu Utreet.
TiBMltlaf, PliBbino, Btc.
0JUXUUCUY and OLABHWAUK,
OK THB H A W 1I AN IHbAf tf
lU.-iOv - FT.AS
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to aud Clooiti
Usllverta to inj
NP KSn PTKBKT8.
Rigger & Stevedore.
KRTIMATKB AND CONTitAOTS UN
ALL KINDS OK WOUK.
Thu Strar "WAIMANALO"
Will ruu rf KUlarly between this ort ami
Vi'alalun, Kawalbajial. Mokulela, Keawe
nul and J'uuikl on tbu Island of Oalin.
For Freight, nto., apply U the Captain.
Ksk. Inquire at oUIch of J, B. Walker
ovtr bpreoteln' Hank, Fort street, H57-lf
! A. F. Medeiros & Co.
Umel Bl under Arlington Hotel.
Latest Patterns in Suitings
1 Uwelved by Every Steamer
PERFECT PIT OR NO SALB.
OKTT.ON TKA AND JEWKX.UY.
UKO TO INFOKM THK i'UULlI'
JL that 1 h&Te oiiid my Htnre at No. lto
i NuuRim Btrett wlili Ceylon Manufactured
Jewelry set Tltb llublet, fiapphlreM, IVarlt
to. Jiut rwsUjU Miiiio Furn Ceylon Tea
try It 4Jv IiiiIIhii llabnna and Dnuinn
t'li.ura. An iimtK'Ctloii of my rtnrk Is noil
cited W. J HAIHtiH,
No. I.Vi Niiinuiu Unci
I MUSIC LESSONS.
1 I ftltOFKHSOIt IIIIADLF.Y OIVKH I.KH
i. ion" In HIiikIiih, I'lano, Violin ami
'I'ulln, Titiiik. .' mi hour) II, half hour.
Iluvlni had VI f,im' eiicrimcti ar, Or
i;u ili and Choir Truliier, lie U oivn tn nn
PiiiMticiiiMit In thoio capacltloi. lliot of
tcKtliiionlnU. Al Kmina ktrwt, Mntmil
Tulephone Wi, MIO-Uw
W. F. Reynolds, : Prop.
THE FOREIGN DEPARTMENT
Free -:- Kindergartens
On Monday, fieptomber 10th
At I) o'clock a.m., Ht Kriiina Hull, corner
of .Siiuanii nml Mcri'tnuln etrt'clr.
Ml Jliitnmli K Kh-tii.nii. a prlnclpnl of
Miveml yiam' vxpcrli'tico In the (inMeii
(lite Free Klml'Tyurti'tin of fan Fmnoli-co
lll Imvn i.UHTvUloii of tin work Irt.
KlndT)aittti hoiiri! fnim It in rJ. Tui
A trnlnlnp ilas for KlinlT(inrlMHTc,
witlithifc ttf'vrnooii oh.Ioiih t-ucli mule,
will hv orftanlzi-U uy MIhk KssiniHii, on
Tuemlay, boptemlicr lMu. at 'J o'flwk, In
the I'lRM-roOui at Kinliin Hull.
Tuition for training flit'"'' $10 icr month.
ApiillcatloiiR for udmiFxIon to thu K iiiler
Kiirttn or training 'l" may bo made to
tn prlnciiml, Mln Knjtnmn, or to Mrc,
Hnrrlit Cuntln Coltinan, Financial 8v're
lory Honolulu Kri-o KlnilerBurtousi.
Ooraar Hotel k Nanaaa Stntar
Family Wines and Brandies
PORT an SHERRY
83 Years Old.
WEELAND - EXTRA - PALE
Lager Beer !
2 SCHOONERS FOR 25 GENTS
8. I. HJIAW, Froprletor
and Fine Boor
IIKLL TKLKl'HONK Wl.
(.'or. King and Nun a nil Street, Honolu'ii.
Corner King A Nuuanu Bu.
Buw. Woltkb, i i t i Manager
Finest of Wines & Liquors
Billiard Ac Reading Room
rBKX TO rATROIf.
MUTUAL T'35I.3BPirOTaC a 7 3.
AT THE ANCHOR
Oyator Oocktalla I
Bauor Drunnon I
Straight and Nixed Drioks
Ol All Kind aud Jleit quality.
lOBtbwatl Qoratr IU k Miuuu IU.
BEAT THE DUTCH.
Routed by the Bnjf.h of I.embok
Led Them Tnto n. Trap.
Tue Hague, Aur. 29. Tho Official
Journal to-day publishes a despatch
shoniug that the disasters to tho
Dutch forces operating against tho
Hajah of the island of Loinbok, noar
Java, wore ruuch tnoro sorious than
at first supposed. Tho despatch says
that General Vetter, tho commander
of tho expedition, was surprised at
11 o'clock nt uifiht noar tho Tjakara
Negara Tho tiring was continuous
uutil raorniuir, aud tho Dutch iu this
nngagoraent lost fourteen killed aud
fifty-fivo wounded. As tho water
supply of tho column failed aud
foraging was impossible, tho Dutch
troops wore compelled to retreat
toward Mataram, the capital of tho
islaud. During tho retreat tho Dutch
lost heavilv. beinir continually
harassed by tho natives, and at ono
portion of tho routo thoy found that
barriers had been raised. Tho
obstructions were so stoutly defend
ed by tho native warriors that tho
troops woro tillable to forco a pas
saire. aud wore conenuently com
pelled to mnko a long detour in
order to avoid tho blockaded routo,
and in so doing they lost raoro men.
Tho Dutch succeeded iu reaching
Ampotian on August 27, with a total
of casualties far iu excess of tho
number first reported. Tho killod
numbered four officers and fiflv
threo men; thoro worn twelvo offi
cers and 151 mou wounded, and six
officers and 148 men mising.
It now appears that two othor col
umns of Dutch troops operating up
on tho saiuo island have sustained
heavy losses aud endured much suf
fering. Thoso are tho columns corn
mantled by Colonels Van 1'abst aud
Later advices from Lembok say
tho attacks upon tho different col
umns of Dutch troops wero tho re
sult of a preconcerted plan on tho
part of tho loading native chiefs in
Hal Inez. Colonel Van i'ubst's col
umn, after seeing tho promises of
tho chiefs executed, was returning
to tho Tjakara when it was attacked
whtlo fording tho river llabak by tho
Daliuez, whoso hostility was unex
pected. Tho column only succeeded
in rcKaiuiuir tho road to Tjakara af
ter sharp lighting and heavy loss.
After an harassing retreat tho Van
Pabul column was approaching
Tjakara without soeing auy further
signs of thu enemy, when Mtddenly
from tho walls of tho place, from
ovory loophole anil every point of
vantage, a hailstorm of bullets was
poured into tho column of Dutch
troops. Tho latter was completely
taken by surprise mid began to falter.
To inako matters worse tho Bali
ncz hod no soonur opened fire upon
tho head of tho column than its rear
was also exposed to a terrible riilo
lire. Thus the advance and retreat
of the column wero alike cut off autl
made impossiblo. Tho Dutch troops
were completely caught iu a rat-trap
ambush, autl hail i' not been that
the nightfall uatne to their asslstauco
there is little doubt that tho entire
detachment would have been massa
crctl. Ah it wa', under cover of
darkness tho exhausted soldiers,
many of them badly wounded, suc
ceeded in reaching Ampeuan. Tho
Daliucz captund a quantity of arms,
ammunition and provisions iu those
engagement, ami also captured tho
gnus aud offeeti of General Van
I'tiu's forco, tln'.v having been aban
doned iu order to save the wounded.
News of the loss sustained by tho
Dutch forces has caused great ex
citement throughout Holland, and
it is beliorod when tho losses of Van
l'abst and Bjlovolt's columns aro
added to thoo sustained by tho
Velter columns the loss in killed,
wounded and missing will bo over
It is admitted, even iu military
circles, that the almost simultaneous
defeat of the three columns of
troops Is tho most covero reverse
which tho Dutch army has sustained
at the hands of h.ivago troops in all
its wars over fought. Tho people
are clamoring for the latest news
from Lembok, aud the Government
is urged to promptly despatch tho
strongest ro-oiiforcotuouls possible
to the island.
Tho Governor-General of tho
Dutch Indios has tumtuouod a couu
cil of tho naval aud military com
tuoudors, who are determining upon
the decisive measures to bo taken iu
order to wipo out tho defeats of tho
Fivo steamers carrying troops oud
field guus leave Ualavta, Java, for
Lembok to-morrow, and every effort
will be made to retrievo tho disaster
to the Dutch army.
Amsteiiuam, Aug. 211 Tho Dutch
loss iu tho ougagemeut near Mata
ram, capital of tho islaud of Lembok,
it now appears included liiuo officers
instead of thirty, as auuouncod in
the despatch to the XiuowoCouraut
of Itottordam. The officers who lost
their livos included General Van
Ham. Tho number of privates aud
uou'commibbiouod officers killed or
missing is estimated at 175 aud 200.
Morning aud Evening Star.
Men, women anil children will en
joy Hid .Mtnmiig uuil Kveuiui Kl.ir
iliiulis. For thoir pkiisuut lluvor ami
sontliiui; oII'luI generally, thu lmliub,
whoso dclicnU' nynl(Miid ii'iiiiio a
buvurai'o that will not gunlly mid be
entirely mfo iiiider all condition, aro
ciilluixiiiKtii' iu tlioir pruiMi of .Morn
tug ami KvunitiK (Star, antl tho mini
prefer llicni to all olhor drinks be
eaiihe tlu y aio murebuuullei.il iu their
t'lliets. Thoy do not ininrfuro with
biiniuetb or pleasure and are entiruly
free from all iniiirioiic or iHmikicciiIiIu
Milmliiiirt'i-. lien tlio blood in iiu
iun or the Mnmneli weak, tlio Kvou
ill),' Star eau bu drank to inlvniitau.0,
mid inv.ilnln will Dud relief from it.
Iu the production of tbeco ilriuks tbu
llawaiiiin Ihliindr have been emielied
with Iiu only peifeut neiitlo liuvt'tiiKi'B
known The pnen pur ilnen ih fiOo ,
duliM'inl in nil pm Ik of tbu fily ftee.
Mm. Tel ;i HuIIioI hliiiel.
Meeluiuics' Hoiiik, iiorner Hotnl
ami Nminuu stroot, Loilfin by
tiny, wiolt or uinntli, 'I'uriun: 2Ti autl
GO rents )nr uUi fl ami fl.'Ti por
Hotel Street (Arlington Block)
J ait Received another invoice ol
Japanese Fancy Goods
Plain and Figured Bilk and Crape.
for Ladies and
Plain 811k and Embroidered.
Silk and Cotton Kimonos
Bilk Fans, Carillons,
Embroidered Bilk Tea Cosies
Table Covers. Bed Coven,
Bilk Bashes. Neckwear.
Beautiful China Ware!
Balad Bowls, Bon-bon Dishes,
Plates, Etc, Etc., Eto.
811k and Cotton Palamas.
ItORn, Elegant Lamp Shades,
Bamboo Canes, Lunch Baskets,
Bamboo Values, Japanese Trays.
Etc., Eto., Etc., Eto.
Mrs. J. P. P. Collaco, Proprietress.
"Stock Chief," 13,444.
Block Clit-f, 1.1141; by Stocking Chlcl,
M.V); bv Clark Chief, K); by Manibrino
Chlcl. .11; by Manibrino Payinicitrr by
Mtuiib'lno by Imported Movencur; Block
ClilclVdam I Dull bv Antnr, laV); by Al
nioiil .13; by Alexanders Abdailnh, In; by
llamhlctimlan, IU; by AlnUIIah, 1; by
Mmiihrlnobv liiiortra Messenger. "I.lko
lli-gels Mko." lined to tho best.
Terms Cash. Fee $25.00.
at. Further Information can bo ob
A. IU KOWAT, 1). V. B.,
mill tf-23 tl an King Btiect.
1 rpnt A r.r
-, - jl. ii
-T CT. T Wl
KIII.I. LINK Of
Silk and Cotton Dross Goods,
Silk, Liueu and Crapo Shirts
-OH COMPLBTK BTOCK -
Marts by Yamatoya of Yokohama.
When yon are In need nl anv line
of Japanese Moods, Rive us llrst call ami
itare going all around town.
ITOH A 1ST,
SOO Xort 8t, &ax Custom IZoum
Corner Nuuanu ft Hotel Streeti.
New Goods! New Goods!
KKOKIVKD I1Y EVEKY BTEAMKU.
Silk Dress Goods,
.lAI'ANESE SILK CRAPE,
Plain and Brocaded:
JAf AKERR COTTON (IliAfB.
Silk Shirts and Night Shirts,
Hllk Ulnnnea. Hllk Neckties,
Haiiilkeruhlels, Bhawls, Banue.,
Hosiery and Uhetnises,
Japaimse Trays. Damboo Borvens,
Tea Beta, Flower l'uis, Ktc., Eto.
Prices Cheaper than Ever !
LADY'S " BICYCLE
For Sale I
Used but little.
A uixxl an iiiiw, Bold on
account of owner leuvliiK tin rountry
Call or adilr
1101 tf 107 King Street.
'IU Daily iiuUoMn, 60 eattfi par month
l f Z-AlMfc. y S
Save Half the Amount of Tour Oil
Bill Through Saving iu Figment.
Every painter sliottld use Lucoi. in
Btcitd of Linseed Oil, because:
1. LrcoL Is moro durable than Llnsccd
0H , . ., ti
l.ccoL Is more economical llian Lin
PltOOF THAT LUCOL IS MORE
Six years of actual uso in exterior
houso painting in California (tlio
most trying climate for paints), in
the burning heat of tlio Arizona Des
ert, thu Arctic cold of Alaska, and on
tlio Atlanlio coast, havo fully and
practically shown that Lucoi. always
outwears Linseed Oil under tho biuiio
conditions. All tho ticid works in
San Francisco havo discarded Lin
seed Oil for Lucoi,.
ILLUSTRATE THIS YOURSELF.
l'ut strong ammonia on Linseed and
Lucoi paints. Tho Linseed paints
are destroyed in a few minutes; the
Lucoi paints are practically unaffect
ed. PROOF THAT LUCOL IS MORE
Break up 1 lbs. paste- white lead
in ono pint of Lucoi., and tho same
quantity In ono pint of Linseed Oil.
Spread tho paints on similar dark
surfaces for comparison. Tho Lucoi
paint spreads as far as aud covers
much better than tlio unsct'ii paint.
To cet cuunlly Kootl covering with the
Linseed paint you havo to uso 2J lbs.
of whilo lead to ono pint of Linseed
Oil. This means a saving of J lb. of
partu lead to each pint of Lucoi, used,
or (1 lb, to ovory gallon, equivalent
to your saving moro than half tho
llrst cost of the Lucou
Lucoi. is not iu competition with
cheap Linseed Oil substitutes.
Agents for the Hawaiian Islands
L. B. KERR'S
I IIAVK JUST KKCr.IVICI) A
LAIIUK ASSOUTMKNT OK . .
and Latest Styles.
TitKBi: (MODS Wll.l, UK BOI.I)
ANY (jUANTirY TltOM A
100 Yards Down to Enough
to Make a Single Snltl
- AND AT -
Hard Times Prices!
L. B. KERR, - iMi'OiiTKit,
Are Never Ashamed of their
Mounts. Other Riders
09 1 O f He " I'retty lllit wlirol
au l"a Mia. for r0aa work isn t It?
wululit ol tlio
11. E. Wulkur riili'u.
The "CLEVELAND' IS A GREAT SUCCESS
H. E. WALKER.
Agent, Honolula, H. 1.
Cammlnt Block, Hercbant Si.
Ring Up Both Telephones 122
HUmt nt Holllin-or'nHluwInpHlinu,
Qikwii ra.t, near Knrt,
JAM KB POLLOCK.
Dishes and (llnnhwnre Wanted I
flocks, Waluhes and Jewelry Wantml I
Old Uold and Silver Wanted I
W llgbMl Frio Paid I j
IU KIuk Struct, Oornor of Alakoa,
ins. mm 4 co.
Iliiliu Railway k Land Co.
OKKRKS THK PUBLIC
Another Great Opportunity
To 8ocar Hotna In Ob of tha Host
Dllghtrul LooaUtlaa to b
round In th raradl
of tha PadHo.
As a healthy resort Paarl Olty baa
already established an en-Habit rapatatlon.
Many Rood citltam In this community
harro experienced tha wonderfol effect pro
duced by a few days sojourn In that dry,
cool atmosphere, and giro grateful testi
mony to the relief they bar almost In
stantly gained from aerer and long con
tinued attack! of asthma. Physicians
acquainted with tha climate of Pearl Olty
recommend It a a natural sanitarium.
THE WATER SUPPLY
IS AMPLE I
And can be lucrearwd to meat ttta ruada of
a population equal to the largwt city la
Paor. A. B. Lyoks of Oahu College la
our authority for stating that tha water
supply Is the purest yet dltoorared In this
Special lDuoc6menis 10 Btrij SKUtn:
Kor ninety days from data we will aell
LOTS ON Bl'EOIAL TEIIM8 farorable to
bona-flile settlers. For a term of three
months from date, lumber and all build
ing materials will be supplied, and delWar
ed at Pearl Olty at much lower prloe than
ertir before obtained.
For further particulars, call at this offloe
orou any of the lumber dealers In this
city. Those who now own lota aa wall aa
those who propose to become reeldenta of
that growing city, will do wall to embrace
this opportunity. Thoeawno ayall them
selves of this offer, within the time named,
will be entitled to, and wUI recall the
For a term of ten yean, thla Company
will carry such resldenta and their families
from Pearl Olty to Honolulu in the room
ing arrlTlng a little before sewn o'clock,
and from Honolula to Pearl Olty in tha
evening (leaving Honolula station a little
after five o'clock , for ten cent 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 oenta
per mile first class, and 1 cent per mile
A good sohool Is about to be opened In
the Peninsula, in the One, large, new
school-house erected by Mr. J. T. Water
houbo. Keuldenta living at Pearl Olty
heights, labove Pearl Olty station and
thoao having homes on the Peninsula, will
be allowed to ride free on regular train
between Pearl Olty stations to and from
Those who want to continue to tend their
children to schools in Honolula, can have
transportation on all regular train to and
from Pearl City, for the purpose of attand-
lug school, at live ceuta each way for each
pupil. This Is equal to 24 to MB mile rid
for ten cent.
Equal inducement for thoae desiring to
secure homes In till country have new
before been offered to the public
This Company ha been requested bom
abroad to name the price of all their un
sold land In that locality.
Should a clearance tale be made to a
syndicate, no opportunity Ilk the present
would agalu occur tor tb porcha of
home at Pear) City.
Word to tho Wist ii
OAHU RAILWAY & LAND CO,
Ii. Y, DILLINGHAM,