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National Cane Shredder
Pa.Tr.HTlD UNIiKK THB L.AWB OF TUH Hwnv im.wnv
jw I i j ; Trr. .
THE UNDKRBIGNED 1IAVE DEEN APPOINTED SOLE AGENTS FUJI
these 8UKKUDKU3 ami are now luunared to receive orders.
The kroat advantaeea to bo derived from the line ol tho National Gahk
Auusddbh aro thoroughly ettabliauod ami acknowledged by Planter
The Urge number of riantnra using them in the United States, Cuba,
Argentine lienubliai Peru, Australia and eWwliuro, hoar witness to he
Tho use of tho Shueudkk very latgely augments the quantity of cane
the mill can grind (25 to fJOX), also tho extraction of juico (6 to 12'.).
It U a great safeguard, malting known at onco tho tirr-aetine of auy
piece of iron, aUkcs from care, or uuythiug which would be liable to damage
the mill, and allowing amnio time to remove eanio before damaging the mill.
The rJUHKDDtu in very strongly made, and from tho manner of its 0ra
Iron it outs or tears these pieces of wood ox lion without often breaking the
Hhbeddkr; aud if anything breaks, it in dimply some of the knives or outturn,
which can bo quickly and economically replaced. The BuhKUiikH, as its
name indicates, tears tho etiuo into shreds of varying lengths, perfectly open
lug it and allowing tho mill to thoroughly press out Hie juices without re
quiring the immenso extrt power ueccssary to griud or crush tho whole
cano. Tho Suhxmjkh spreads the shredded cauo uniformly and evenly to
the mill rolls, and does away with the necessity of spreading tho bagaseo by
hand between the mills, where regriudiug is in uw. No greater amount of
boiler capacity is required in opcrato tho Buukddkh than that which wat
sufficient for the mill, for tho above reasons. Wo furnish full working
drawings for tho installation of our Hukkudkuh, enabling any competent on-
giaeer to successfully install and start tlicm.
In ordering HilkKDDKRB from us, plcaso scud small sketch, showing the
diameter and width ol the mill rolls with which BilKKUUkU is to bo connected,
also the tide (ollhor right or left hand as you faco tho delivery side of the
mill;, upon which tbo mill engine is located, also the height from floor line
!o center of front mill roll shaft, aud distance center this shaft to front end
if bed plate. These Biibkiidkbh aro now being used by the Uilo Bugar On.
and Hawi Mill, Kohala, whore they aro giving great satisfaction.
t0T Prioes And further particulars may bo had by applying U,
WM. Q. IRWIN & CO., Id.,
MMf .4.r Afimtto th IliwaUnn IilnnA
CILAS. II U STACK,
IMPORTER A.ND DEALER IN
GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, FLOUR and FEED.
Presb California Roll Butter and Island Batter
tJT ALWAYS ON HAND J&
1st Goods Received by Every Steamer (rem Sao Prdnuiscj
sjr All Ortlcrs faithfully attend to. tailfi:tlon gusraubHl lalaim Oman
allotted sad packed with cars.
Lincoln Block, Kwo Sturct, Ubt. Pout and Ai.asri Strct.
HOTH TKUEPHONKS 210
Provision Dealers & Naval Supplies
Freah Goodi by Every California Steamer.
ICK - HOUSE - GOODS - A - SPECIALTY .
Ulaum Oodir Solicited. Jtfi fjf Satisfaction Odabaktrkd.
II. E. MoINTYRE & DUO.,
Groceries, Provisions and - Feed.
New Goods ilneMved by Kve.y Packet from tbe KaMern Stales am Kiti-upa
KRB8B CALIFORNIA - PRODUCE - BY KVBJIY STEAM Kit
All Order faltlitully attended
Hart of th
ICLAflD OtDKM SOU01TD
KlflT UORNKR FIIT
W. W. AHANA,
333 iTuufcau Scxt.
KigUsti, Scotcb and Amencao
Style anil Fit (Inaranteea.
Cleaning & Repairing
latiil Tele. 668. P. 0. Box
FOR S-A.TiE3 I
Delivered Twice Daily
10 ANY PAKT OF THE CITY.
Mltul 507-TELEPH0NE3- DeU 4BQ
llfri-ltu P. IBKNIU'.KO Prop
HO YEN K.EIS & CO..
il tluuano btriwt
TiMMithi, Plnnbino, Etc.
CKOOKKUY and QLABBWAllK.
-1'. O HOX ATt
- I (I MUX 3C
& Retail G
- -P. O HOX Ht
to ami Quods Itallwrwd to an
A Nil KINfi KTItKKTR.
WiM. DA VIES,
Rigger & Stevedore,
BflTI MATES AND OONTltAOTB ()N
ALL KINDS OK WOJtK.
The Stiur " WAIMA19 ALO"
Will ruu reuularly between this port and
Watalua, Kawalhapat. Mokulela, Keawe
nut and Puulkl ou tho Inland of Oahu.
For Freight, etn., apply lo the Capuln.
Innulrc at otflce of J. B.
uverripreckfllg' Bunk, Fort Mreet,
A. F. Medeiros & Co.
Hntl rit., muter ArlliiKtoii tloti.
Latest Patterus in Suitings
llc-xtvecl liy Kvery Htamer
PERFECT tlT OR NO SALE.
OEYX.ON TEA AND JKWELBY.
f II KO TO INFOKU THE PUlil.IU
A that I htri owned inr BUire at No. 4SC
1 Nuunua clrett with Ceylon Mai.afacturel i
jutveliy net vltli ltablek, BappUres, i'earlii, I
' rtc Jimt received ectnia Pure Ocylon Tr a
try IL Ain Indian Hnbana ami l)ann .
Cll'arii. An Innia-otliwi til wj tnek In koll.
cllo'l. W. J UAUItiH,
tin. Hm Nuiiuuii tretl '
1 MUSIC LF.BBONB.
OIKJFF.S-OU IIIIAIH.F.Y UIVF.H I.Kri-
1 huii" in KIiii'Iiir, Piano. Vlnllii anil
'iVlin. lvnns, (j mi hour; f I, linn Hour.
IUvIiik had VI yean cxifrltiir n Or.
gunlei and Choir '1 miner, ho open lo mi
etit'iK,'niint In tliou i'ipscitiii. Ilt'tt ol
ti'tlliuuiihiU. Al Kiiiinn utreut. Mutiml
Telihoue i'M. Mm
Soldo. Role Bazaar.
W. F. Reynolds. : Prop.
THE FOREIGN DEPARTMENT
Free -:- Kindergartens
On Moaiay, Septenbor 10th
At 0 o'clock a. m., at Emma Hall, corimr
(if Nuuaiiu and llcrctnnla Mtnt'ir.
M'h Hannah K. rantiLau, a principal ol
nvvcml ynim' experience In the Uulileu
tlntc Kre Kindergarten1, of Kan Kntnel
will have siip'rvl-lon of the work her".
KlnilurntU'ii hourit: (rum II Ui C. Tnl
A training clnr for KlndrKartenc,
with three nf'ernooii h. Ioiii each vrnik,
x. ill Im orKanltcd by Ml liMiiiiin, on
Tneiday, Brptemlior lull, at 'J n'eiMjk, In
lite i'Inv rixuii nt KmtKii IUII.
Tnliliin to; tiiilnliirf c'ic i 1 10 ir lumitn.
Applk'Attiini fur ndmixplun to the K ndcr
Kartou or trnlnlnjj vl may Ihi iiisIu to
tn iirlncipul, Mim KatttiiHtt, or to Mi,
llurrlit Cntle Colrmnn, Financial Hecre
inrr Honolulu Ktcu KlmUruartvui.
Oorntr Rotnl li Muninn Btrasti
Family Wines aod Brandies
t23 Years Old.
1 02TI MANAOKK. Um
WIELAND EXTRA - PALE
Lager Beer !
2 SCHOONERS FOR 25 GENTS
B.I. SHAW, Proprietor.
and Piue Beer
DEM. TKI.KI'lIONi: l!U.
Cor. King ami Nuunnil Strt'i't, Hoiiolu u
Corner KIiik ft Nonauti 6U,
Knw. Woltr, i i i l &!aiuKr.
Finest of Wines k Liquors
Billiard Ac Reading Hoom
rass to rATioHn.
. ,.a r.i-rr.-i Tnirn
AT THE ANCHOR
Oyator Cocktiiilu I
Sauer Drunnon I
FrodorlckuuurK Door t
Straight and Mixed Drinks
Of All Kinds and llest quality.
BouthWMl OerasT Hag k Mauno Sis.
MARRIED OR NOT.
Bchafur's Friends Sny Sho Is,
Others That Sho Isn't.
The intnmlcil uinrringo on t!uU.
S. S. Chnrlcstoti did not nia'orializo
yesterday afternoon ou accouut of
the rofuxal of tho captain of tho
eruisor to allow the ceremony to be
performed on board. It is alleged
by Miss Oracle Sehafer's friends,
hmrover, that she and P. Ford wore
united in the bonds of matrimony
by the chaplain of tho ship at tho
residence of Mrs. McLean on Alakoa
street yesterday eveninp. After a
reception Mr. Ford returned to the
cruiser at 10 o'clock. It seouis to
hare been n case of lovo at first
sight, as tho two mot for tho first
time a couple of days ago. The
groom proposed that tho marriage
take nlaco when he returned from
China, he intending to leave the
white cruiser in that country. The
intended bride, however, wanted tho
knot tied before the groom depart
ed, and sho had her way according
In cum Ac'cnunt. The uromu was al
lowed shoro iiirty for tho occasion. ,
Ford is employed in tho olivine
room of the Charleston. Tho honey
moon was short, if the marriage
took place, as the Charleston left
for Corea this morning.
Inure is another account on High
authority, however, which is that
the marriage has not yot takon
placo. Neither the chaplain of tho
Charloton, who is a Catholic, nor
auy of tho resident Catholic clergy
would perform the ceremony, chiefly
for the reason that tho groom
could not get a license. Ho was
chasing after n commitsionor lo is-
hue licenses until a late hour with
out catching one. There was an
ongaguinent contract, however, sign
ed by the parties in tho presence of
ono witness binding tho man to
marry the woman within three
years, lie was also bound, upon
the insistanco of the girl's mother,
to pay his atuauced 35, half of his
wages, ovory mouth. It is also re
ported thai the clergr tried to dis
nuado Ford from making such a
hasty contract or marrying the girl
at all upon such a slight acquain
tance. Ford is a Catholic, while his
intended is a Protestant. Her step
father Is a regular soldier of the Re
public of Hawaii.
Wiio and Othorwlto.
Cliliiti'a nnvnl policy npportrti to Ihi
to nvoid thu 1'iiouiv if it t alios all
BUtnnior. I'ttlthury lUnjuilfh .
"What nro thoso HvitiK picturos
that I hear oft Aro tlioy paintudT
"Yuj, and powdurcd, too."
hi tlioffrftinmnrelnm- MiaSwcpt
lipx, will you declluo n Idaa?
"That dfputida tipou who ofTors
it." Vhtctujo Inhr-th'can.
Coren'a Gnauctia wro ovidcntlj
arratiKvd by nn auciont i'opnlist, as
it takua :KKI "cash" to inako n half
dollar. SI, hiuii (Unbr Vmocrnf.
IIh (llotiudoriiiK in tho wati-r)
Quifk, ciiiick; (jivu mo your haud.
rihn (.oounuy up tho Inst timo)
Oh, thin t8 so, o huildu. ICjcclMwje .
Tho ChinoMi mid Jaiiaiivso who
aro leaving tho United States for
thoir reip.;clivo couiitrieH might
eirui't a pair and remain. Jmliim-
Explorer WVllmnti will como book
to America without having din.
covered tho North I'olo, but ho has
located tho tlnii),' and will go after
it again. It i etcurely packed in
Ice, and will keep until ho arrives.--AVu'
MUs Margaret Mackintire, thu
wttlLlmmv'ti lOiupltali in. .1t.i.i.
has created a furor at tho Capo of
Uood Hope, where she wont for a
pleasure trip, not intending to ap
pear professionally. For n series of
six coucorts at Inhauuosburg sho
has received J7(KXl.
Liuuteiiaut Wo advancod only
Uvm miles yostorday.
Captain (uf Arctic oxpoditiou)
That's what 1 reckoned it. WVvo
got to do better than that or our re
lief oxpedil ion will bo catchiug up
with us. Miliar Juitriuil.
"Ef I give you your diunr,"a?kcd
Mr. llaisoed, "will you turn tho
"Nnw," said Dismal Dawson. "I
ain't no crank agitator."- Cincinntitl
"Julio, there's a ring at tho boll;
go open tuo door.
A uuuuto afterward Julio comes
"Madatno, U'h the doctor."
"It's impossible for mo to recoivo
him; toll him I'm ill." . CauluU,
Prisi-illa (just arrived) Aro there
any mou heroi
lMiyllia Oh, there aro a fow
apologioR for mou.
l'risi'illa Well, if nn apology is
offered to mo I shall accept it.
Minnio Sho was engaged to be
married to a handsome young fel
low sho mot at JJar Harbor lat year,
but there was a cruel misunder
standing. May What war it T
Minnie lie understood her father
had money. J'uch,
Mr. Springer, in tho course of a
speech in tho House, delivered tho
ringing declaration: "I'd rather bo
right than President."
"You'll novor bo either, Springer,"
said Mr. Hed, with a benevolent
smilo. l'nxltiniitun Punt.
"Aro you a district messenger
boyt" ftsked tho near-sighted old
gentleman of mi urchin on tho
"No. sir," was tho reply; "It's my
sore toe that makes mo walk that
way." HWifiif;iiH Slur,
Intelligent people, who realize the
important part the blood holds iu
konpini; tho body in a uormnlcouili.
i1'""' ,,1U' ,'iK strAtlO in tilt)
' t ui' 8rw,m.
nlla Is able to cure, bo many trim-
Dies rerun irom linpuro lilootl, tlio
best way to treat them is through
the blood. Hood's Snrsaparllla
vitaliHt the blood
Hoo'n pllU aro llu Inml uflnr
iliiuittr pills, itKaiht (IIkMIoii, (iruvmit
Hotel Stteet (Arlington Block)
Just Kecelved another Invoice of
Japanese Pane; Goods
- AND -
Plain and Figured 811k and Urnr.
MORNING GOWNS "sHSE
f lain Bilk and Embroidered.
Silk and Cotton Kimonos
Bilk Fans, Cushions,
Embroidered Bilk Tea Coile
Table Covers. Bed Covers.
Bilk Bathen, Neckwear.
Raniifnl f!hina Warn I
ClUli U111114 VWAlOl
Balad Bowls, Bon-bon Dishes,
Plates, Etc.. Etc., Etc.
Silk and Cotton Patamak.
Mors, Elegant Lamp Bhades,
Bamboo Canei, Lnnch Baskets,
Bamboo Valises, Japanese Travi.
Etc.. Eto., Eto., Etc.
Mrs. J. P. P. Gollaco, Proprietress.
"Stock Chief;1 13,444.
Height, 16.2. Weight, 1,300.
Stock Chhf, 1.1 Ml: l.y Stocking Chief,
JOoO; by Clark Chief, Ml; by Maiulirino
Chlcl. Il; by Mamhrlno Paymaster by
Maiuli'lno by Imported Mcsrcnccr; Stock
Chief's lnml- Doll l.v Atitar. -lift); hr Al
uionl :i3i by Alexanders AMa'Inh, 15; by
llauibletuiibtn. 111; by AIkI.HhIi, 1; by
Mntiibtlnobv ItnporteU Memcni;cr. "I.lko
lli-Rflls l.lko." llrvcd to tho best.
Terms Cash- Fee $25.00.
irvi. tf-st II
Information can be ob-
ItOWAT, D. V. H.,
an King Street.
Kill. I. LINK lf
Silk ADd CoUod Dioss Goods,
SUk, Liueo :iuii Ci'iipe Shirts
-OF COMPI.KTK STtU'K -
Made by Yaniatoyaof Yokohanm
BW When you are in neetl of any Una
of Japanese Goods, k'vb us tlrnt call ami
kare koIur all around town.
ITOH A TT,
SOS rort Bt-, xxvcvr Cvxntorrx TZovui
Corner Hunanu ft Hotel Streett.
New Goods! New Goods!
KKOWVEI) UY EVKKY BTKAMKlt.
Silk Dress Goods,
- A.LU OOMMlb-
.lAl'ANESE SILK CRAPE,
Plain ami lUocailrrt;
JAI'ANKBK COTTON UUAHK
Silk Shirts and Night Shirts,
Hilk llloiiBBB, Hllk Neckties,
HMiilkerolilclb, Blmwls, bailiuk.
Hosiery anil OlieniisKs,
Silk and Cutton Kimonos !
Japaiienr Trays, Ilamlioo Hen nua.
Tta hel, Flotvr Flits, Ktc., Ktn.
Prices Cheaper than Ever !
For Sale I
IHed tmt llulu.
As imxl na new, Bold nn
account ol owner
lunviim the country.
Mt- Call or eddrKJi
1101 tf 107 King Btn-et.
Tin . ' "r.U.v. w.y
"v v .-"T'c v- S
X ITOHAM. A
8ave Half the Amount of Tour OU
Bill Through Saving in Figment.
Every painter should uso I.ticot. In
stead of Linseed Oil, because:
1. Lct'OL Is more durable than Unseed
2. l.ccot Is more eronorafeal than Un
PKOOF THAT LUCOL IS MORE
Six years of actual use in exterior
houso painting in California (tho
most trying climate for paints), in
tho burning bent of tho Arizona Des
ert, tho Arctic cold of Alaska, and on
the Atlantic const, lmvo fully and
practically shown that Lucoi. always
outwears Linseed Oil under tho same
conditions. All the acid works in
Sun Francisco lmvo discarded Lin
seed Oil for Lucol.
ILLUSTRATE THIS YOURSELF.
Put strong nmmonia on Linseed and
Lucol paints. Tho Lincccd paints
nrc destroyed in a fow minutes; the
Lucol paints arc practically unaffect
ed. PROOF THAT LUCOL IS MORE
Hrcflk up 1J lbs. pasto whito lend
in one pint of Lucoi,, nml tho same
(iinintily in ono pint of Linseed Oil.
Spread tho paints on similar dark
surfaces for comparison. Tho Lucol
paint spreads its far as mid covers
much better than tho Linseed paint.
To got equally good covering wilb tho
Linseed iiniul you have to ihc 2 lbs.
of white lend to ono pint of Linseed
Oil. This means a saving of lb. of
pasto lead to each pint of Lt'cot. used,
or 0 lbs. to every gallon, equivalent
lo your saving more than half tho
first rest of the Lt:coi
l.ircoi, is not in competition with
cheap Linseed Oil substitutes.
MS. IRWIN 4 CO.
Agents for ttie Hawaiian Wandy
1 IIAVK JUST ItKCinVKI) A
LAltUR ASKOHTMKST OF . .
and Latest Styles.
THKSK (IOODS WILL UK ROM) IS
ANY QUANTITY FROM A
100 Yards Down to Enough
to Make a Single Snlt!
- ASI) AT -
Hard Times Prices!
L. B. KERR, - IMI'OKTKH,
Are Never Ashamed of their
Mounts. Other Riders
Often Are I
22 1-2 Lbs.
Is u prutty ll!ht wheel
fur roiit work Uu t It?
Thst'N the weli;
lit of die machine that
11. K. Walkur rMes.
The "CLEVELAND" IS A GREAT SUCCESS
H. E. WALKER.
AKtmt Henuliilit, H. I
Cnramlnt Block., Mercbmt SI
Ring Up Both Telephones 122
Hisnu at ifollliwtr'k Hlioetuv HIkip,
Uii"ii ir'iil iinnr Fori.
J AM KB I'OIXOl'K.
Dlhliesand (IliiHeivitre Witiilodl
(Uuvks, Wat.ihua and Juwulry Wanu-d i
Old Unld and hllver Wauled I
T UfibMl Prleeo Paid I JM
114 Klnff Street, Oornor ot Alakoa,
Oahu Railway & Land Co.
OKKKK8 THK i'UBLIC
Another Great Opportunity
To Seuar Hobm la Oa ot la HMt
Dellfhtfttl LoomlittM to b
found In tb Pr4!a
nf tea Paetflo.
At a healthy rawrt Faarl City haa
already Mtabllihed an tnrlable npntatlon.
Many good cltlieni in thli eommunlty
haveeiprlonccd the wonderful effect pro
duced by a few days eojoarn in that dry,
cool atmosphere, and give grateful tottl
niony to the relief they hare elmoit In
etantly gained from levere and long con
tinned attacki of aithma. Pbyilciane
aniualnted with the climate of Pearl City
recommend It ai a natural sanitarium.
THE WATER SUPPLY
And can be incraaaed to niet tbe need of
a population equal to the buiteet city In
l'aor. A. 11. LiToae ot Oahu College la
our authority for elating that the water
enpply li the purent yet dltoorered In thle
Special IndQcemenLi to Bui SetUtn:
For ninety day from date we will eell
1.0TB UN BPEOIAL THUMB farorable to
bona-flite eettlera. For term of three
uonthi from date, lumber and all build
lug materials will be supplied, and delirer
ed at 1'earl Ulty at much lower price than
erer before obtained.
For farther particulars, call at this offloe
orou any of the lumber dealers In this
city. Those who now own lots as well as
those who propose to become residents of
that growing city, will do well to embrace
this opportunity. Those who ayall them
selreb of this otter, within the time named,
will be enUtled to, ahd will reoslve the
For a term of ten years, this Company
will carry such residents and their families
from Pearl City to Honolulu In the morn
ing arriring a little before eeren o'clock,
and from Honolulu to Pearl City In the
evening leaving Honolulu station a little
after Are o'clock), for ton 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 oenu
per mile tint class, and 1 cent per mile
A good school is about to be opened In
the I'eulnsuia, in the fine, large, new
eoliool-house erected by Mr. J. T. Water
uoutte. Keuldenta living at Pearl City
heights, labove Pearl City station and
those having homes on the Peninsula, will
be allowed to ride free on regular traius
between Pearl City stations to and from
Those who want to continue to send their
children to schools In Honolulu, can have
traiiBortutlou on all regular trains to and
from Pearl City, for the jmriose ot attend
lug school, at Ave cents each way for each
pupil. This is equal to 24 to 28 miles ride
for ten conta.
Equal Inducements for those desirlug to
secure homes in this country have never
before beeu oll'ered to the public.
This Company has been requested from
abroad to uame tbe price of all their nn
sold land In that locality.
Should a clearance sale be made to a
syndicate, no opportunity like the present
would again occur for the purobaee of
homes at IVarl City,
"A Word to tbo WUe it
OAHU RAILWAY H LAND GO.
li. K. DILLINGHAM,