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National Game Shredder
tMTSNTftli OVliRH I'HrS LAWS OK
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rpHE 0NDBJW1GKK1) HAVE UKEN APPOINTED BOLE AGENTS FOK
thceo yn:.KiiDEK! unci are uow proimrod to receive otdoro.
Tin) great mlvftutugcn to bo derived irom llic uso of tho National Oank
"hkci)1ku aro thoroughly HsUblielitd mul Acknowledged by Planters
The lano number of I'luiitors uAufl tliom m tho United tHntcs, Cuba,
A.'gontlno lli'iinblio, I'orii, Vtmir.ilU nud nil owlioru, beur witucfla to the
Tuo tint) ot tbo riliKKiiUKH vury Inrccl Augment the quantity ol cane
Ui3 mill can grind CT. to 003), ako tbo extraction of juice (0 to 12).
It is great mifogturd, m.iktng known M once tho presence of auj
plwon o iron, Btikcd from curs, or anytime which would bcliiiblu to damage
t to mill, und Hllowhm unijiU Unto to rimou eume beforo damaging the mill.
l'lii? hiiHKiiiisu is very nirnnj;Iy made, and from tbo niunuer of its opera
tion it oiitu or teira tluvc pieces of woid or iron without often breaking the
HitKMiiiKU, and if any tiling iirpk, it Ueiruply tomnof tho knlvea or culture,
which cut be quickly and economically ropUeed. The .Sickkddkh, as lt
i.amc indicate;), tears the canu into bltruda of varying length, perfectly open
lug It and allowing tho mill to thoroughly preen out tho juices without re
jjiritift luc immense extn. power naccn.iry to grind or cruih tho whole
canu. Tho dliitKUUBK spread the shredded vane uniformly aud evenly to
me mill roll, and doe awi.y with tin nc.cteaity of spreading tho bagasse by
hand between tlio mill?, where regriudin (a In use. No greater amount of
tHillcr capacity iu requited to operate the Siikkudkk than that which wa
itiUcietit for tho null, for the above rcarou. We furnish full working
drawings for the installation of our Kidikdukks, enabling any competent en
glneer to eucccneiiilly InnUll and Atari them.
In ordering Hiikkhhi.hr from us, pleise send small sketch, showing the
liainpter aud width ol the mill tolls with which Siikkddkji is to bo connected,
also tho side (.either right or left hand as you face tLo delivery sido of the
mill;, upon which tho mill engine is locatd, also tho height from floor line
w venter of front null roll shaft, and dUlauco center this shaft to front end
1 1 bed plate. Thcoe Hiiukddkkh arc uow being used by tho Hllo Hugar Go
r.nd I law ) Mill, Kohala, where they are giving great satisfaction.
fjT i'rii'iH nJ further partlculnrs may be had by applying t
IMrOUTUft AND DKALKH IN
UROGERIES, PROVISIONS, FLOUR and FEED.
Fresb California Roll Butter and Island Bntler
Qtr ALWAYS ON HAND M
Nhk Goodf RrcMved Dy Every Siwmer trom Sao Ftjdcisw
4T Ail Onirr laithhiliy .ill. ml u. hhtUtnctlon Kiiarsnuri. Ulaiid llnlivT
iItiunI unit mi!krt with rr.
Lincoln Hukik, Kino STurnt, J'.i.t. Kurt nh Ai.akka STRKtTK.
lr( IKI.Kl'HPNKU m
Provision Dealers & Naval Supplies
Fresb Gooilh by Evory CalUornia Steamer.
UJK - HOUSE - GOODS - A - SPECIALTY.
IttLANItt Oll!fH.H S'lUOITKO. Jgd $)tT SATWKAriTIOS OUAIIAKTICKU.
II. i:. MrlNTYUK HRO.,
IWeilRTCfcf N(I DKA1.KW IB
Groceries. - Provisions and Feed.
!!m UvmI Itwvliwt uy Kver I'ttckrl from tm- K.utcru tiUnk aiul KnrupM.
KKRSH CALIKOUN'IA PRODUCE BY . KVKRY STKAM'KJi
All Oninni lutililnlly atUsixled lo awi (lool lVI1vr u aiif
Part ot Hit- CUV KKK1C
IstAUP Okokss SiuoiTien .StTwrxotiow GuantxTctu.
AK'I OKNh.lt fNm xi KIM! 8THKK.TH,
W. W. AEANA.
323 X7vllo-riV Qtrt
Kiigllsb, Scuicti and American Goods.
btyl ail"' Kit uriiifl.
Oluuning & Uutiiiiiii'
luiual Tele. 668. P. 0. Box IU
FOR S-A.T.3D I
Delivered Twice Daily
TO ANY I'AHT OP Till'. CITY
Uutal 507- U'LEPHONLS - Bell 400
IIW-lm 1 ItUINHhUO Pio(,
HO VWN KME (Xt..
II Siinaioi KirtMi
Tinsmiths, PlnmhinQ, Etc.
UltOOKKUY and III.AHBWAUK.
THIt HWMUN IHI.aNM-
IRWIN 4c CO., L'd.
Hilt J genu for tht Itnuniinn tflntuti
1' II. mx m
I lletaii tars
P O HUX MS
Rigger & Stevedore,
KHI'IMATKH AN1J UONTHACTB N
A 1,1. KINDfa OK WOltK
The Stmr " WAIMAilALO"
Will ruu regularly bevween tblb jiortaiul
iVhltihu, huwaihupal. Mokulela, Keaw
imi and Puulkl on the Inland of Oalia.
hor Krelpht, eUi., apply to the Captain.
1Mw Inqntre ai ottiue ol J, B. Walker.
uvhi- tiprrclieK Bank. Korv street. W)7 tt
A. F. Medeiros & Co.
MtTohant 1R Tailor&.
HoImI Hi., under Arlington Hotxi.
Latest Patterns in Suitings
Kn-eiveit hy Every Btenniei
PERFECT FIT OR NO SALE.
OSVT.ON TEA AND JEWELRY
f II hU 10 INKOItM run PUIH.H
1 tli it I have oKnt-d my Hiore at No. IW
huuaii.i ntroiv Aith iluyloi. Ilnunliicttireo
J.Hr ft f,'.h Untiles, Supiitilrm, 1'flHrin,
mIi int f"evod tome I'nro t?oylgn Ta
t 'l ) itnhan llakmia anil Lnwiti
ClKira An Iniiwollon ol mv ctok In soil
ciiiii.1 V. J HAIIK.H,
No. 4.VI Ninmnii irrcl
onoi'KSioit iiiuiii.KY (iivks i i:m-
I mum iu HIiiuIiik. i'iiino. Violin xml
, ..ll.i T..r..iM t'f uti litnlp. AI IihII IiiiUP.
Ilittinu IiniI J'l yi'nrit' 'icriciico u Or
piiiiln1 uml Choir Tinliiitr, lie l open loan
xmrnvMiiiMit In tlio-o i'tncllli'. IIukI ol
liihiliiiuiilnlN. 01 ICiiiiuH ttri'tt, Mutiiiil
Tvlfplioui) 4.'A Hl.VJw
Golden Hole Bazaar.
W. P. Reynolds. : Prop.
THE FOREIGN DEPARTMENT
Free -:- Kindergartens
Oa Hoalay, Septeaiber 10th
At ( o'clock a.m., at Kmmn 1111, corner
of Niiuhiiii unit Hcrctnnln utrccta.
MUs tianimh K. HiHtii.nn, n iirlnclpal of
vvcrnl yrnrt' uxcflcnco In the lIoii
(Jute Krco Kli.dcrniirtonii nl Ban KrnncUco
will Imrtf viiM!rvliiioii of the work licr.
KlmtTKAttfii tioura: from I) to i'J. Tui
tion t trw.
A trnlnlnir clni3 fur MnafftiirlPiicri',
HlththroH nf'oriKMm kmoIohii rncli wmlc,
will Iw oriinli-il liy Mli! KuKimnn, on
l'ufmlny. M-it;iiilor 1Mb. l'i oVIook, In
llixcian-nwini hi r.iiiinn 11411
Tuition fortiitlitlnmiiii! fit) iht month.
Ai'lli'.ittnu for ititiniMiloii lo tlio K udcr
ifurifli or training i-Iiim limy In' mailc to
1 1 tirlncipil, Mli hutm.ni, or to Mri.
Jl.lrrlt t Oialle foltiiiun, KJtnnulnl Ko-n--Inry
Honolulu Kiec KlinlrrKorloiii
ilnrnar Rotal k Raoann Rtraata
- OHOICK OLD -
Family Wines and Brandies
33 Yoara Ola
E. 1ST. REQUA,
lrJfi MANAOEH. l(hn
B. I. 811 ANY, Proprietor
and Fine Beer
BELL TKI.KPIIOXK 4111.
Cor. King and Nuunnii Street, Honolulu
Comer KItik A Nnnanu HU.
Kp. Wolth. tiii ManaKer
Finest of Wines k Liquors
Billiard & Reading Room
raaa to rATaoim.
AT THE ANCHOR
Oystor Cocktails 1
Bauer Brunnen I
FrederickaburK Boor I
Straight and Mixed Diinks
Of All Kinds and But Quality.
Southwell (lnrar King It Nnuann Sta
PKAOT10AL GUN-MAEKJt I
I tK to Inform bportln Men aud the
(Imietftl Public that I am prepared to lie
idiic mat i am preparen u lie
IteuovHt every denoriptlou ol
ilr and iMiiovHt every deorlntloi
KlrtBrina Ouus. It! It and Kevolveri'
skillfully Ke-Monkml. BliieliiKand Brown
In; done (n tiny siisdo. Klrwt-:lan- nork
uiannbip iinrRiiU'"1 IVulouiMri, pronipilr
i . AddrcNi
PiMO.N HTItKKT. HOSOI I'l.U
' JOHN T. BRO'WN,
lli'aler In Hiiwiillun nml Porelxn Poniiih'f
hlampi. P O. IIok III, Honolulu.
llltjlieni prlo'v (.'Ivi'ii for tinned mid Uii
nuwiiiiim niiimiif in exniinigc ior oui r
rounlrli'H from llrnl-i'luM) hpproviil Nlueu
HlKtitH forwnrdeil tunny pnrtnf t ltt UlaiuU
on application with Invrn lefurenm.
J. I, II Is open to meet any collector liy
(Continued from lit Page.)
plecos, the forward bnrliofto was
Binaohed to atoms anil bloo'l and lo
atruction woro every whom. The ef
fect of the arrhal of this battered
and scarred vessel was to arotiso in
the Chinese naval ollkors and men a
strong determination to be avonged
on fheir enemies.
A native paper has a story about
two Japanese hnviui? rendered five
j of the large guu-4 at Wooiiing tin
j sorviueablo. Tho story says that tho
I Japnuese, dressed iu foreign elotlies,
, wore observed pouring aeiil into the
j breach of tho guns, aud thai when
, the soldiers went to arrest t hem, 0110
of them intoned into tho water and
escaped. Tho other man win taken
into custody and will bo tried indue
eourto. Five of tho guns aro stated
to bo absolutely useless, aud a uies
wgn was tent off at onco to tho Ki
atiguau arsenal to replace them.
TROOPS IN COriKA.
Yokohama, August 1'2. The Chi
ueso troops who left Gishu for Seoul
toward the end of last month were
probably not tnoro than 7000 nor
less than 5000. If they have ad'
vatiued at the intended rain they
must now bo close upon Ueijo.
Again, 8000 or 1000 havo lauded at
tbo ltiver Daido. To theso must be
added tho fugitives from Scikwau
aud Gazau. It will not be far wrong
to estimate tho strength of Chi
ueso troops in Corea at between
10,000 and 15,000. Though there
were said to bo tXMX) or 7(NK) at
Gazan, the actual number must have
been far less, if wo may judgo from
tho fact that by tho defeat of the
2800 men at Selkwan tho intrench
ment of Gazau fell iuto tho hands
of the Japanese
Tho actual number of Chinoso at
Gazan has boon reported to tho
authorities to havo been f500. A
Jinsen correspondent hears from
Chofoo that as soon as the Chinese
authorities hoard of tho fate of their
transport at Fung-tao, tho troops
which had just left .Tient-sln wore
tuauo to put in at Slinn-lini-keue.
On account of tho dislodginetil of
tlio (Jlilneso Irom Uazau, tho same
papor hears, tho sea route between
Jinsen and Gazau was reopened from
The Intention of the Chineso Gov
ernment is to make Corea the seat of
war, so that the nQVct of a defeat
may not bo felt in China it'clf. The
Chinese Government will rely most
ly on its navy; everything will bo
tlouo to prevent tho Japanese war
ship from lauding troops iu China
and to out off tho communication
betweou Japan nud Corea so as to
isolato tho Japaucso troops in Corea.
Aud then to light theso troops, she
has sent about 10,000 men, it in said,
to Gishu, to march upon Seoul by
land, while -1000 more havo been
lauded, it is rumored, at Heijo. on
the road between Seoul and Gishu.
Gishu is about 2.11 tulles from
Feoul, while Hello is half-way.
These will loin ami await the result
of tlio battle of Gazan. They will
Hiirrotinil tliu JnpnuuM' lit Sooul.
Major Koslii .Maiui'iiiincoiinnniKl
lug tlio third coitipnnv of tlio
Twill j-llrat rt'iriiniMit, Fiflli ilivi
fjiuu, uow in Core., is paid to havo
(oniiiiltlcilnuicidontShlehlK'' n. Tho
oaunp, it in rfiortc'(l, wiw nn ttrror in
tactile, I ho rospoiiHlliility for which
tho Major limit upon "liimsolf nud
put an uud to hin own lifo.
woiik or .iai'am:si: iun.i.
Tokio, AukuM 1 1 Tlio following
dt'tuiln woro riK'i'ivod Ikmo alinut tlio
ChiiibMo war vos-ol liuowii a linviii(
lltul toward A-Sau aftur ht'iiij,' on
Kaed with tho JiipaunHO ships uoar
rhuiiK-do on July 25th: On tho
iiiorniiifr of July 27lh tho Tnkachilio
and tho Mnvn luworod Ihoir boats
and proceeded to itiHpct tin comli
tiou of tho Cliino-o war nhip. Slio
wax found straudod on tho liar at
tho western inlot of Carolino hay.
On oloso oxaiiiinution tho inaKaziuo
was soon to ho torn opnu, thtm cnu
itiKaKreat part of tho body of tho
ahip to bo lllled with water.
Iho woodou portion was, uioro
ovor, burut awy, whilo at a poiut
about two-thirds of tho vessel's
length from tho bow kIio watt broken
iu two. Tho uorp.ses of tlio crow
woro lying iu heaps hoxido tho riius
on tho Marboard sido, and tho con
nitiK tower was virtually unaltered.
Within it was thocorpiu of an olll
eer stauding. Ho may havo boon
tho captain of tho ship.
un tno lowor Heck indications
woro discerned of many othor bodies,
but thoy could not bo clearly soon
owing to tho dock being under
water. Tho guus from tho Japauo-o
vessels must havo hit tho ship with
deadly precision, for ovou in tho
part standing out of tho water more
than ton penetrations wero visible.
Three of tho boats woro found
stranded aloug tho shore. Tho sur
vivors must have lauded by them.
A twolvo-contimetor gun found on
tho upper deck appeared to be
STEA3U-R JIKN'h OI'INIO.V.
Tho oillcors and tho pa-n-ongors of
Iho JJolgio could givo little news of
tho war, says tho Sau Francisco
Chronicle of Ihofith hist. When a
reporter boarded iho stoamer shortly
beforo midnight, those on deck in
quired eagerly for news, statiug that
tho Government had control of tho
wires iu tho two countries aud would
not let any news get out. Little was
known beyond what was brought
ovor in tho papers.
Ouo story was told of Iho remark
able cunning of tho Chinese iu an
engagement, but tho name of the
place where tho hat t lo took place
was not known, except that it was
on tho Corenu border. A small de
tachment of Chinese was sent out to
attack a strong force of Japanese.
The latter turned out in foico ami
almost annihilated tho small baud
of Chincho, Those who woro loft
retreated and lured tho Japanese on
lo an iinih rgrouud iniuo.
When tho exultant Japanese rush
ed forward shouting out victorious
eriet tho mine wbr limit and about
fiOO Jnpaiieco wero blown into tho
air. Tito ont'ro Chinese force (lion
swarmed against Iho remainder and
cut them down, Tho general belief
among tho nlllcors of Iho tlelgio is
I Irit the Chinese would not ho a
great whilo in bringing tho Japanese
Uovoriiiuoiit to tonus.
Hotel Street (Arlington Block)
J nit Received another Invoice ol
Japanese Pane; Goods
I'latn and Figured Bilk and Crape-
HORNING GOWNS 5SKd
t'latn 811k and Embroidered.
Silk and Cotton Kimonos
Bilk Fans, Cushions,
Embroidered Bilk Tea Oostet
Table Covers. Bd Covers.
Hllk Bashes, Neckwear.
Beautiful China Ware!
Balad Bowls, Bon-bon Dishes,
Plates, Ktfl., Klc, Eta.
811k and Cotton Palamat.
Hags, Elegant Lamp Bhadea,
Bamboo Canes, Lunch Basket,
Bamboo Valises, Japanese Tray.
Kta., Etc., Etc., KUs.
Mrs. J. P. P. Collaco, Proprietress.
Wholesale ' Retail.
KIU.I, LINK OK -
Japanese : Goods I
Silk and Cotton Dress Goods,
Silk, Liueo aud Crape Shirts
-OP IIOMPLKTB HTOOK -
Marit by Yauiatoya of Yokohama.
OP When yon are In need of any line
nf Japanese Goodi, give at flnt call and
mv going all around town.
ITOH A 1Tt
aOO ITort St, zxewur QvLMtosa 3Cox
Estate of f . 8. Prtt, Deceased.
Noti'-e of Salelf Real Estate,
1lTlt8U.NT TO AN OlIDKIt OF THK
lleiioraiilo Henry K. Cooper, riecond
JudK" of iho Clp ult Court of tuu l'lrsi Cir
cuit. Itupulillu of Hnunll, In tlio mntturof
the Kitiito of !'. H. Pratt, decvused, mailo
mid uiiiurrdon tliu uuli iluy of Hoitctulr,
KM, the underslKiied, a Commlsrtonur iip
polntcd for that iiiristo liy suld order of
suld I'lrcnit Judxe, will all
at publln auu
r. certain rea
lion, to the hluhest bidder, certain real
entitto ot tlm said r,
dcscrlliod its follows!
The iiremisus nt Wntklkl, Honolulu,
O.thii, ileac Ihcd In tho following deeds, re
cur t'd in tlm Hawullan Itculstry of Con
veyniirns, viz : Dovd from K. 11 Allen to
V 6 Prutt dated June n. I87J. recorded In
Hook .H7, nnKcs '.".'.' nnd'.J: Ocd from II.
(Jllfh to lt. Pratt dated March 30, 1S78,
reror led In Hook r. nui!o 'Jill nml '.".13,
The mle will lake pmce at tho front door
ol tlio Jmllcliiry llulldlui!
noon on TUi:si)AY. the I
In Honolulu, at
llth inv of Oi'to.
her, 1WII. Upet price, 11.1,00'). Terms
CiihIi, In U H. uold coin. Male subject to
coullrmntlon liy the ml'l Circuit Court.
Deeds nt oxneio of imrch tir
cor iiiriut-r iniornmii)" (inquire oi mo
unduri-lt-neil ut tho Judlubry lIulldliiR Iu
Dated Honolulu, Heiit. 13. I8'it
For Sale !
lined hut little. As cood a new. Bold on
account of owner leavinir the country.
(. Call or addrtwa
1101 tf 107 KIiik Street.
In tbo Circuit Court of the First
Circuit, Hawaiian Islands
IN THK MATTKK OF THK K8TATK
of M. It. Coi.iiubn, of Honolulu, a
Creditors of tlicnalil bankrupt nre hero
hy notified to come in and provu their
delitn beforo tliu I Ircult Court of tha First
Circuit, in the Courtroom of iIiIh Court, at
Honolulu, Ouliu, on FKID.VY, tho .'Ist
diiy of Heptemhcr. IbUI, hutaceu the hourn
of 10 o'clonlc In the forenoon and noon of
the mid diiy, and elect an Abslgut-o or
AbslKiiHVH of the ald hankrurt'ii esmto.
Uy the Court:
lU7-.t QKO. LUOAB, Clerk.
vroTici; ih HKitr.itY oivkn that,
ll iu the lltiu of the unclernlnnJ, Hop
Wo Ciau of Huof:loiiK low one hIiii h
1'iinu Win; Man hint one nhuro, I'nnj; l'nun
Iiiim ,ioithiirii uimi thut I'liHR Vwih Ih au
thorise to hlu lh llrm naiou in Imhlnis
truiiKii llon hut not for miy oiiIhIiIh bind
ne. not couneeti'd with the tl m Any
imritier Kiviutt credit wl'l he repundblu
(or Iho iimouut of the il-ltt
HAM WO (0
HI" U" Miuunu lre"t.
1 WILL NOT UkUkHI'OnHIUI.K !'()
1 imy hillit coiuruutrd hy my ton, Lotilu
MliKeri ueillier U he HUtlioflicd lo uolhct
liimiey or licelpt bllU for me.
.. .... King ctreet.
Honolulu, Hepl, i, b!)l. JIW 'Jw
Save Half tho Amount of Tour Oil
Bill Through Saving in Pigment.
Every painter should uso Lucol in
stead of Linseed Oil, because:
Lucol Is more durable thnn Unseed
2. I.ccol Is more economical than
PROOF THAT LUCOL IS MOKE
Six years of actual uso in exterior
house painting in California (tho
most trying climate for paints), in
the burning hent of tho Arizona Des
ert, tho Arctic cold of Alaska, and on
tho Atlantic coast, havo fully and
practically shown tlt.it Lucol. always
outwears Linseed Oil under tho same
conditions. All tho acid works in
Hun Francisco huvc discarded Lin
seed Oil for Lucol.
ILLUSTRATE THIS YOURSELF.
Put strong ammonia on Lin mod and
Lucol tminti. The Linseed paints
aro destroyed in a few minutes; the
Lucol paints are practically unaffect
ed. PROOF THAT LUCOL IS MORE
Break up 1 lhs. pasto white lead
in una pint of Lucol., and tho same
quantity in one pint of Linseed Oil.
Spread tho paints nn similar dark
surfaces for comparison. Tho Lucol
paint spreads as far as and covers
much belter than tho Linseed paint.
To get equally good covering wllh tho
Linseed paint you havo to use i!j lhs.
ot white lend to ono pint of Linseed
Oil. This means a saving of J H. of
pasto lend to each pint of Lucol used,
or C lhs. to every gallon, equivalent
to your saving more than half tho
first cost ol tlio Lucol..
Lucol is not in competition with
cheap Linseed Oil substitutes.
WM. G. IRWIN & CO.
Aw for the Hmliao Island
L. B. KERR'S
I IIAVK JUST ItRCKIVKD
LAKOK ASSOUTMKNT OF .
and Latest Styles.
THKMK 0001)8 WILL UK HOLD
ANY QUANTITY FROM A
100 Yards Down to Enough
to Make a Single Suit!
- AND AT -
Hard Times Prices!
L. B. KERR, - Imi'outku,
Ring Up Botfi Telephones 122
Htand at HolllnKefi. Bhooluu Hhop,
Una, I ttroot nuar KOM.
Dishes and Glabaware Wnnteill
Clocks. Watches and Jewelry Wanted
Old Oold and Bllver Wanted I
MT Blgksal Prtcat Paid I .01
114 King Street, Corner of Alakea.
A LAKOK tniltNIHHED
Uoom for slnttlo KHn-
minutes' tania atreut, 1&
walk fioni Post
BOOM TO LET.
I?UltNIBIli:U UOOM AT
1 Pamma for flu
month close to the trim-
ctru. None hut u reNiirct-
able vounn man need iinnlv.
Iia7-lw UULLIiClN OKe'ICK.
A I VSAiKIKI ON THF.
quarters fur one or two Bin
Kle Oentlemeu: board op
tional; bnthllig fncilttleH good,
liwftif IUJLLKTIN OKKIIIK,
rpilK PIH'.MIHKB ON
X Hobool aud Kmmu
streets, lately In Hhmcou
nnt i,o 1,1 Mr. tlio. W.
Hinttli and known as Keliiibutia
futtlitir paitloulars apply at tin- nlllcn u
U3J tl OiiciL IIIIOWN.
iAiiy Uullttin CO cntt per month.
Oabu Railway A Land Co.
OKrKKN THK PUBLIC
Another Great Opportunity
To oonr Homn In Ono of tha Moat
Dnitirhtrul LocslltlM to b
round In tha PaxdlB
of thn PmoIMo.
As a nealthy ranort Ptarl City has
already established an enylaljle reputation.
Many good olllieni In this community
baveexrlenced the wonderfal effect pro
duced by few days sojourn In that dry,
cool atmosphere, and rItb grateful testi
mony to the relief they hare almost In
stantly gained from terere and long con
tinued attacks of asthma. Physicians
acquainted wllh the climate of Pearl City
recommend It ass natural sanitarium.
THE WATER SUPPLY
IS AMPLE 1
And can tw liicrraiwd to ruoet Ih Mds of
a population equal lo the largest city In
Paor. A. U. Lyons of Oahu College la
our authority for stating that the water
(tipply Is the purest yet discovered In tills
Special iDductracDti to Early Scalers ;
For ninety days from date we will ell
LOTB ON BPKOIAL THUMB favorable to
boiia-nde settlers. Kor a term of thrm
months from date, lumber and all build
ing materials will be supplied, and deliver
ed at Pearl City at much lower price than
ever before obtained.
for further particulars, call at this olbce
or on any ot the lumber dealers In this
city. Those who now own lota as well at
those who projioiie to become residents or
that growing city, will do well to embrace
this opportunity. Tho-wi who avail them
selves of this otlor, within thn time named,
will be entitled to, and will receive the
Kor a term of ten years, this Company
will carry such residents and their families
from Pearl City to Honolulu In the mom
lug (arriving a little before seven o'clock,
aud from Honolulu to Pearl City In the
evening Heaving Honolulu station a little
after nve o'clock , for ten cents each way,
a rate less than one cent per mile. The
rates on all other passenger trains running
duriug the day or ulght will be l)i cents
per mile lirst class, and 1 cent per mile
A good ochool Is about to be opened In
the Penlusuta, in the fine, large, new
school-house erected by Mr. J. T. Water
house. Itesldents living at Pearl City
heights, above Pearl City statlnul and
thoae having homes on the Peninsula, will
be allowed U ride free on regular trains
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 live cents each way for each
pupil. This is equal to 21 to 2H miles ride
for teu cents.
Equal Inducements for those desiring to
secure homes in this country have never
before been o lie red to tho public
This Company has been requested from
abroad to name the price of all their un
sold land iu that locality.
Should a clearance sale be made to a
syndicate, no opportunity like the present
would agalu occur for the purchase of
homes at Parl City,
"A Word to the Wise ii
OAHU KMLWAY & LAND CO,
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