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National Cane Shredder
iwrnNTM-n IINDKH rHK LAWB
fry $ Cys
'.'HE UtfUEKSIUSEI) HAVE HKI2N APPOINTED SOLE AUENT8 FOK '
' tbeeo ynutDiiKr.'! nin ir-i now prepared to receive onture.
Tlic great uilvtHUugt: ! bi ilurivuU Iri):n the ttao of the National Oaik j
fUKKUDUii itro tuurouglily chtabh-tbed ntnl nokn'jwMgocI by Plautore !
Tli3 larg unmbur ol Pl.mU-rs using them m th United Stutua, Cuba, '
Aigoutluo Kfjmblio, IV-u, Aiiati.vliiv urt uJowbero, bear witneas to thu i
Tho umj of tho btiuKunuH vry Utguly utigmtsut tl quantity ol crtue .
Un mill can grind (25 i itOji, ul tut- uAtnuMiou of jttleo (6 to 127.). J
It i a i;rcnt rHiici aril, making knovrn at onto tbo presouco of auy ,
ji.rci'g ol iruii, hi ta truiii r its, or uttytliiuf; wiiicu would be lmblo to damage
(he mill, and iiilwug am pit time to it-ruovo mime boforo damaging tho mill.
Ths S:iKtrir.c very -iruiigly uinile, and from tbc manner of its opera
I'on it cut or tears licsi- jiivc of wood or iron without oftuu breaking the
mikkjjduh: and if anything break, it uieiinply come of the knives or cutters,
rhtch on bo quickly and teon.nniully replaced. Tho Kiikkudkr, m Its
tame fudicucD, icr the cuuu into eliroJs of varying lengths, perfectly open
lug it aud nllow hit, tbc uii'l to thoroughly press out the juices without ro
quiring llu immense extra power iit.txasary to grind or crush the whole
0 auo. The SllitMjiihH spread.' he shredded caue uniformly aud evenly to
l lo mill rolle, and de away with the necessity of spreading the bagaMO by
tMnd between tho tuilh, wbero reminding is iu use. No greater amount of
boiler cHprcity is rcquin.il to nperatu tho Siirkdukr than that which M
juUieieut (or tbc null, for the above nuon. We furnish full working
crawiugs (or the installation of our SmiKuDnas, enabling any competent on
jinior to riicc.tfil'y hintuU and start them.
In ordering ii'&uut.Ke' from us, pleate send small sketch, showing the
tliamcter mid width of tho mill tolls with which 3iim:uuix is lo be connected,
aI'o (he side (cithei rirflti or It ft band as you face tho delivery eido of the
mill;, uh)i which tho mill eugiu? i loetted, also tho height from floor line
to center of front mil! roll hsit, ami di-Uuce center this shaft to front end
of bed plate. These iiiKMii'ii are now being used by the Hibt Hugar Oo.
itiid H.iwi .Mill, KhImK, wliero tlioy arc- giviua great sAtisfactiou.
l& J'rliV" am) lur'.lier jtartieulurs may bo bad by applying to
i 1 1
CI LAS. I1USTACE,
IMTOItTKU AND DEALER IN
GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, FLOUR and PEED.
fresh California Roll Batter and Island Bntter
Set Goods KecMvcd by Every
UT- All Ontvra diitliMily nn-li.l
filii'itl suil t trJ nltli raru.
Ltvvu HirtCR, Kino Strbki.
iK'M rKi.i:i honks aw
Provision Dealers & Naval Supplies
L'resh Goods by Every California Steamer.
I(J10 - 1IOLTS15 - GOODS - A - SPECIALTY.
Isua"m Ouukhx Sotfcirm. i? fff STisr(rrios OciNANTCkD.
TKI.K'.'UON'K : --
II. K. MolNTYKE Ac IHi()M
ifY Oixxiii Uni!imJ hy Kvnry 1'arkvt iron, llie Katrn HUIb and tfaiui
KKKSH CALIFORNIA I'ltODUiG - BV - EVERY STEAMKH
(ill Orrtr ft.iihfiilv HtUitnleit lo mid OimhU llMvsrtd to nj
r'ri ol iti 'Uy KUKK
1L NP lKl'Kltii .StJLlCll ED
W. W. AHANA,
333 ITuuanu E3ui.
and American Goods.
tityl" ninl Kit UiiHruntn(t.
(Jlouuing & Ro wiling
Mutual Tnle. 668.
P. 0. Boi 144
Pur eS Milk
FOR S-A.LH3 l
Delivered Twice Daily
'IO ANY I'AUl OK TIIK 1'1'JV
Matoal S07-TELEi'II0NCS Hell 4G0
UCrJ-llii l JHKMII ItO I'n.p
JIO YWN KI3K & CO.,
II Nuilriil 4IPI
OltOUKlillY and UI.ANhWAllIC
ok thb Hawaiian imi.aniu.
IRWIN & CO., L'd.,
p. o. box m
ON BAND J0M
Slcamer from Sao Frdbdsou
sutlslnrtloti nukmnloort. Ilnn tirrtn
Un. I'ubt and Ai.akka Srum.
.f O BOX Wl
d1 Retail Grocers
- -P. 0 BOX M
- Provisions - and - Feed.
V! KISO HTKKKTP.
WM. DA VIES,
Rigger & Stevedore,
CSTIMATKH AND OONTKACTB ON
Al.l. KINDS OK WOUK.
Thu Stmr " WAIM AN AIO"
Will nm rei;iilarjy httwun this portsnJ
VS'alrtlim, Kiiwallmiml, Mokulela, Keawo-
nul aud I'uulki on the Inland of Oahu.
ho' KrclKlit, etc., apply to the Captain.
Imiuire at olllco of J. 8. Walker
uver Uprccuelii' Hank, Kort street. U67-tf
A. F. Medeiros & Co.
Merchant "H Tailors
Hdiol Ht aniter ArlliiKUm Hotel,
Latest Patterns in Suitings
Hm.'fltveit by Every Hwaniet
PEKFECT FIT OR NO 8ALE.
OEYLON TEA AND JTEWELBY.
I HKU TO INFOKM THK fUUlilll
J tliat I lieve ooiifd my Blorn at No. WI
Nnntiiii) street with Ceylon Manufactared
Juvtclry Hat with KuIiIm, Hapihlrea, Pearli,
etc. Just received some Pure Ceylon Tea
trv It. AUo Indian Hahana and Dantnn
riL'.im An iimiwitlnn of my ntnok i noil
i-ni-1 W. J. HADItiH,
No. 4.Vi Nunanil htrret
llto'l'.S.iOlt IIUAIII.KY UlVIIh I.KH
1 win In blnuini;. Piano. Violin and
i Hi ii
'IVrms. ii un hnuri )l. half hour.
iiu"iiiu linn vi jttiirv mi enHire as ur.
mid uimir trainer I
liu It iiihu lo an
iiil'uu 111111I In thiMH tniisrllliia. llfwt nf
te.tliiiiKilAls. Al Kmiiia atrvr-t. Mutual;
leluilij!u-IW, illb-vw j
W. P. Reynolds, : Prop.
THE F0EEION LEPABTMENT
Free -:- Kindergartens
Oa Moactj, September 10th
At 0 o'clock a. M., at Knitna Hall, corner
ol Nuuanu and Heratanla ntreet.
Mia Hannah K. Kattit.au, a principal of
aeTcral years' experience tn the Onldeu
Uate Krte Kindergartens of Ban Kranclaco
will have miperrUlon of the work here,
KlndtTKattHU hours: Iroui 0 to t'i. Tub
A tralnlnn dais for Klnderpartenern,
with three af'vrnonn armloiiR each week,
will he orKnlred hy Mlti Koiioan, on
Tuesday, Ueptember I'tli. at'J o'clock, in
tli cUis-riHJUl at Emma Hall.
Tuition for training clans: HUiwr month.
Aiillcatlon for adrnmsloii to trio K nder
ganen or trnlnltiK cUhm inuy he made lo
t'l. principal, .Miai Kastman, or to Mrs,
Hurrlet Castle Coleman, Klnanclal He. ro
tary Honolulu Kite KlnderKartena
Ooroar Betal ft JIimbb StrMta
- CHOICE OLD -
Family Wines and Brandies
B3 Years Old.
E. N. REQUA
fl. I. BIIAW, Proprietor.
and Pine Beer
IIKLI, TKI.EPHONH U1.
(Vr. KlnK and Nuuann Btrevt, Honolulu.
Corner Ring & Nnnann Bta.
Knw. WoLTai, i i i : Manager.
Finest of Wines k Liquors
Billiard & Reading Room
ran ro rATioaa.
unvxL T3C3jaci3ioiTae 373
AT THE ANCHOR
Oyatar Oocktalla I
Bauer Brunnen I
Fredericksburg Beer I
Straight and Mixed Drloks
Of All Klndi and Beit Quality.
SontBVMt OorBer E1b I: Numb 8ta
I beg to Inform Bportlng Men and tbe
Oeneral Publlo that I am prepared to He.
pair and Kenorate erery deacrintlon of
KIrearina. Guna, Kiflea and KeTolrert
skillfully lie-stocked. UlnelnRand Drown.
lug done in any ibade. Klrit-claia work,
manahhi guaranteed. Ouatooiera promptly
UNION HTHKKT, HONOLULU
JOHN T. BROWN,
1 liHaler In Hawaiian and Korelgn Postage
I Humps. P.O. Uoz 411, Honolulu.
IIIi.IimmI ttrlnMtt 0lv1.ll flip lttllllifMl aril! Ilfcf'il
I Hnwallan Hianuia In eirhbnite for other
1 countries irom 11
uiiintrlea from ilrat-class aimrnva sheet
Bheeta forwarded to any part of the Islands
i 1111 aimllratloii with town referenre.
J. T, II, la open to meet any collectors hy
TBTJTH SPOILS A BOMANOE.
Ziatude'a Long Captivity Proves to
Be the Figment of an Imagina
For more than 100 roars French
men have wept ovor tho sorrows of
Latude, who was imprisoned iu tho
Bastile for thirty-five years, snjs a
Paris correspondent. One of tho
most popular dramas ovor written is
called "Latude; or. Thirty-five Years
of Captivity," ami it has only re
cently been revived in Paris. Thoro
is no doubt that the story of Latude's
unmerited sufferings, as written by
himself, had much to do with the
popular feeling which lod to the
destruction of the Bastilo in 1789.
But, alas, tho story, wo are uow told,
must bo relegated to tho category
of fictitious legends. A writer iu
the Matin has been led to louk up
the subject, owing to the fact that a
portrait of Latude and n ladder said
to bo the one by moans of which the
famous prisoner mado his escape
have been added to. tho curiosities
in the Hotel Carnaveiot. The Cheva
lier rto Latude, or Latude, as he call
ed himself, was, it seems, in reality
named Danry and his narrative is a
pack of lies, llu is a surgeon's as
sistant, who w.1.4 several times im
prisoned for swindling. On 0110 oc
casion ho sent a mysterious powder
to Mmo. Pompadour aud thou made
overtures iu order to obtaiu money
for denouncing certain imaginary
accomplices with whom ho was sup
posed to lo conspiring against her
life. Mme. do Pompadour did not
fall into tho trap. That Danry was
ovor a political prisoner la confident
Bayings of tho Sages.
Poor folks have their vanities as
well as tho rich. Grtfley.
To know how to dlsnomblo is tho
knowledge of kings. lllchrtieu.
Holl is as ubiquitous as condemn
ing conscience. '. IP. Ilobcrtson.
The imaginations of men are in a
great measuro under thu control of
thoir opinions. Mucaulay.
Thou wilt always rejoice in tho
evening if thou hast spent tho day
profitably. Thomns a fCtmjilt.
It is nevor worth whilo to sucrgest
doubts in order to show how clever
ly we can answer thorn. M'hatrly.
There is no doubt such a thing as
chance, but 1 seo no reason why
Providouce should not tnako use of
Ono of the godlike things of this
world is tho veneration shown to
human worth by tho hearts of men.
Wo lovo to ozpocl. and whon ex
pectation is eithor disappointed or
gratlfiod wo want to bo again ex
Oroat minds, like heaven, aro
ploasod in doing good, though the
ungrateful subjects of thoir favors
aro barren in return. How.
Unbounded courage and compas
sion joined proclaim him good and
great, aud mako tho hero and tho
uiau complete. Aildimm.
Wo aro oil of us moro or loss
echoes, repeating involuntary tho
virtues, the defects, tho movements,
and tho cbaractors of those among
whom we lv.Jnulrrt.
Heroes iu history seem to us poe
tic because they aro there. Hut if
we should tell tho simple truth of
some of our neighbors it would
sound liko poetry. 0. IP. Curlh.
Ho who Indulgos his sousn in any
excesses renders himself obnoxious
to his own reason, and to gratify
tho brute in him diripleAMtn tho nihil,
and sets his two virtues at variance.
Who would not dio in his dear
country's cause, piuce, if base foar
his dantard step withdraws, from
death ho cannot fly om common
grave receives at lut the coward
and tho bravo. -Jlrnry FitUUug.
It is harder tn avoid cuiisum than
it is to gain applause, for this may
bo done by one wisn or great action
in au age, but to oncapn censure a
man must pass his whole life with
out eaying or doing 0110 ill or foolish
Ho alone reads history aright who,
observing how powerfully circutn
stances iuflunuce tho feelings aud
opinions of meu, how often vices
pass into virtues aud paradoxes into
axioms, learns to distinguish what is
accidental aud transitory to human
nature from what is esneutial aud
To Iw entirely just in our estimate
of other ages is uut only dilUuuit
but is impossible. Even what is
passing in our presence wo see
through a glass darkly. In histori
cal inquiries tho most instructed
thinkors have but a limited udvau
tage over the most illiterate. Those
who know tho most approach least
to agreement. Mamie.
Tho public baud, under the lender
ship of Prof. Borger, will give a con
cert this oreiiing at 7:.'M) o'clock,
at Emma Square. Following is
Ovrrturo Masnnlello ..
riucolo Bold ISoliemlim fllrl
Ktintasia Mouiitio Dnncu.
Me'odluu uf Northern Kuroi
Orand March ltienzl.
Uundnlle The Times. .
Thu Beriinn tine lit
hu BeniHntlne Jlancu.
Home and Abroad.
It is the duty of everyone, whether
at homo or traveling for pleasure or
business, to equip himauli with tho
remedy which will keep up strength
and prevent illness, and cure such
ills as are liable to come upon all in
every day life. Hood'a SarBapnrilla
keeps the blood pure and less liable
to absorb the germs of disease.
Hood's pills aro hand made, and
perfect in proportion mid appear
Alice, LTic, jier box.
At Williams' Studio are to bo soon
Portraits on Watch Dials, which he
is lliaklllL' a Hlmeialli' of. I.untiirn
Slides for lecture by the rot or
Hotel Street (Arlington Block)
Juat Received another Invoice ot
Japanese Fancy Goods
Plain and Figured Bilk and Or ape.
MORNING GOWNS &gSZ?
Plain Bilk and Kmbroldered.
Silk and Cotton Kimonos
Bilk Funs, Cushions,
Kmbroldered Bilk Tea Cosies
Table Covers, Ued Oorers,
Bilk Sashes, Neckwear.
Beautiful China Ware I
Palnd Bowls, Hnn-lxm Dlshea,
I'latea, Ktc, Ktc, Ktn.
Bilk and Cotton Palntnas.
Rags, Elegant Lamp Blisdes,
Bainboo Canes, Lunch Ussketa.
nam boo Valises. Japanese Traya.
Rtn., Kin., Ktc., Rio.
Mrs. J. P. P. Gollaco. Proprietress.
'A (-l&t'lf- V.
-r'ex'.t . i. .a
- rui.L link or-
Japanese v Goods I
Silk and Cotton Dress Goods,
Silk, Liuea and Crape Shirts
- UK CUMI'liKTK BTOOK -Made
by Yamatoya ol Yokohama,
eW When you are In ne
nf Japanese tioodi, Rlve ua t
save roIuk all around town.
In need ot anr Hue
nf Japanese tioodi, Rlve ua first call and
80S Xtort Bt xxaoki Cuotoca rCenxm
"Stock Chief," 13,444.
Ofloht, 16.2. Weight, 1,300.
Block Ohli-f, mil: by Ftuokliuf Chief,
'.a'); hy Clark Chief, M); hy Mamhrliio
Chief, 11; hy .Mitii.lirliui I'liyinniter bv
Mamhrimi hy Imported Mi's-envur; Block
Chlel'silam ii Doll by Anliir. laVJ; bv Al
mont :M; by Alxandiini Abdullah, IS; by
Hambletoidan, IU, hy Abdsllah, 1, hy
MuuhrliKibv Imiortiil Messenger. "Like
lit;6lN Like." J I reed to tlm best.
Terms Cash. Fee S25.00.
lufiirmatlnn can be oh-
ROWAT, n. V. S.,
ft KIiir Btrrct.
Corner Nunann ft Hotel Streets
New Goods! New Goods!
RROKIVKI) DY EVERY BTKAMKR.
Silk Dress Goods,
.IAPANESE SILK CRAPE,
Plain and Brocaded;
JAPANKBK COTTON CRACK
Silk Shirts and Night Shirts,
Hilk illouses. Bilk Neckties,
Haudkercblefb, Bhawla, Bushes.
Hoalery and Chemlaea,
Silk and Cotton Kimonos !
Japanese Trays. 11 a in boo Brrrens.
Tea BoU, Klower t'otx, Kto., Ktc.
Prices Cheaper than Ever !
For Sal l
Used hut llltlu
As l'oihI its new. Bold en
account of owner leaving the wiuiitry
UeV- Call or addnoi
IIUI l 107 KIiik Street.
77u Daily Hulutin, 60 eenli per monfa
Save Half the Amount of Your Oil
Bill Through Saving in Pigment.
Every painter should nee Lucot, in- I
dlcnd of Linseed Oil, because: j
1. Lucot is more diirn&fe than I.lnseed
2. Lrtcnt, is more tconomlcnl than Lin
PROOF THAT LUCOL IS MOItK
Six years of uclual use In oxtcrior
houso painting in California (the
must trying climate for paints), in
the burning heat of the Arizona Des
ert, tho Arctic cold of Alitskn. and on
the Atlantic coast, have fully and
practically shown that I.ucol always
outwears Linseed Oil under the eamc
conditions. All the acid works in
San Frunclpco have discarded Lin
seed Oil fur Lucol.
ILLUSTRATE THIS YOURSELF.
Put strong ammonia on Linseed and
Lucol paitite. Tho Linseed pulntu
aro destroyed in a few minutes; tho
Lucol tialnts are practically unaffect
PROOF THAT LUCOL IS MORE
Break up 1) llu. paste whlto lead
in one pint of Li'cot., and tho Mine
(tifititily in ono pint of Linseed Oil.
Spread the paints on similar dark
Mirfaucs for comparison. The Lucol
paint spreads ns far us aud covers
much hotter than the I.insctd paint.
To get equally good covering with the
Linseed oalut you have to use 2 lbs.
of white lead to ono pint of Liimccd
Oil. TMi mean a saving of J ll. of
paste lead lo each pint of Lucol, used,
or 0 lbs. to every gallon, equivalent
to your Having moro than half the
llrel coat of thu Lucol.
Litoi, is not in competition with
cheap Limiced Oil subaliliitce.
Agent;; for the Hawaiian Island
L. B. KERR'S
I HAVE JL'ST RKCl'.lVhP A
LAROK AfiSORTMKNT OK . .
and Latest Styles.
.THKSR OOOriS WILL UK HOLD IN
j ASY QUANTITY PROM A
100 Yards Down to Enough
to Make a Single Salt I
- AND Al -
Hard Times Prices!
L. 13. KERR, - Impoiitkr,
Are Never Ashamed of their
Mouuts. Other Riders
Often Are I
QO 1 0 F Vie I a pretty llht wheel
aa la IMa, ur rod work isi t It?
That'll the weight of the mauhiiiu thul
H. K. Walker rftteti.
The "CLEVELAND" IS A GREAT SUCCESS
H. E. WALKER,
Agent. Honolulu, U I.
CDimnlDi Block, Merebiol SI
Ring Up Both Telephones 122
tftand at HollliiKer'aHhoeluk'Bhnii,
Unn i nssr Kurt.
JAM KB POLLOCK
nishesniid nintstvMre Wiiulmtl
('looks. Wiilnlie and Jewelry Waiilwl l
Old Uold ami Oilvur Wanted I
W Rigliftit Prlooi Paid I jn
11 't Kiut; Utruot, Oornnr of AluUou,
Oabu Railway & bid Co.
OKKKIW THK PUBLIC
Another Great Opportunity
To iMmor Home In One of Um Moat
DalUxhttuI LooatlitlM to ba
round tn the Paratdta
of the Paelflo.
Aa a healthy raaort-fearl Olty taaa
already established an enrlable reputation.
Many nood clllteni In thli oommanlty
haTe experienced the wonderfal effect pro
duced by a few dayi aojonrn In that dry,
cool atmosphere, and giro grateful teali
mony to the rollet they have almost In
stautly galnod front aerere and long con
tinued attacks of aathma. Phyalolana
acquainted with the climate of Pearl Olty
recommend It aaa natural sanitarium.
THE WATER SUPPLY
And on be Uiurvaaert to meet the needs ol
a population equal to tbe largeet city In
1'aor. A.D. Ltons of Oahu OoUage la
our authority for atatlng that the water
supply la the unrest yet dlacorered tn thla
Special iDdQctmeDis to Kutj Mm
For ninety daya from data we will Mil
LOTS ON BI'KOIAL TKRMB farorable to
bona-flde aettlera. For a term of three
month from data, lumber and all build
lug material! will be supplied, and deliver
ed at I'earl Olty at mnch lower prioe than
erer before obtained.
For further particular, call at thla office
ur on any of the lumber dealer In thla
city. Those who now own Iota aa well aa
thoee who propose to become reeldenta ot
that growing city, will do well to erabrao
thi opportunity. Thoee who Mali them
selres of thla offer, within the tint named,
will be enUtled to, ahd will receive the
For term ot ten yean, this Company
will carry each resident and their families
from Pearl Olty to Honolulu In tho morn
ing arriving a little before aeven o'cloek,
aud Irom Honolulu to Pearl Olty in the
evening leaving Honolulu station a little
after live o'clock), for ten cent each way,
a rate lea than one cent per mile. The
rates ou all other paaseuger train running
during the day or uight will be IX oenta
per mile Hrst claaa, and 1 oent per mil
A good school la about to be opened Iu
the Peninsula, In the One, large, uew
acbool-house erected by Mr, J, T. Water
house. Resident liviug at Pearl Olty
heights., above Pearl City station and
those having home on the Peninsula, will
be allowed to ride free on regular train
betweeu Pearl Olty stations to and from
Those who want to continue, to seud their
chlldreu to schooU in Honolulu, can have
transportation ou all regular train to and
from Pearl Olty, for the purpose of attend
ing bebool, at live cent each way for each
pupil. This 1 equal to M to tf mile ride
for ten cent.
Equal inducement for thoee desiring to
secure homes in tills country have never
beforo been otlered to tho public.
This Company ba been requested from
abroad to name the price of all their nn
void land Iu that locality.
Should a clearance aale be made to a
syndicate, no opportunity like the present
wonld again occur for tbe poruhas 01
home at Pearl Olty.
"A Word to the Witt ii
OAHU RAILWAY a LAND CO,
H. r UlLLiNUllAM,