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P)IK UNDIMtSlONED HAVE HEEN AITOINTED HOLE AGENTS FOK
theso Hili.i.MK!it anil art uow prepared to receive orders.
The gnul advimlayee to bo derived iruin Iho uso ol the National Uahu
HunKDiiKU Aru thoroughly iistuhtislied And nuknowlodged by tlantcr
The largv uuiutar of Plnutcra iiblui (hem In the United States, Oubn,
Argentine Uupublic, Peru, Australia Mid olsowhnro, titmr wittteM to the
The use ut tlio Hiibkodeii vury largely augments, the tnuntlty ol runt'
ho mill can grind (25 to 60,;, also the uxttt-olioa of juice (6 to 12).
It is a great (safeguard, milking known at unco the presence o! an)
jiiovtm of Iron, -Ink cm from cur, or uiiyilwng which would bo llablo to daniast
tliu mill, itnd allowing ample tune to rt-tiinw .uue before damaging the mill.
'I lie tjilhCubKK i very strongly mucin, and from the manner of its opera
tion it cute or ie-4ri these piece of wool or iron without often breaking the
rKBKDUKK; and if .uiyihiui; break, it i simply eotnc of the knives or cutter,
t'hich can be iiuickly and economic ally replaced. The Hiikejjdkh, tti its
nainu indlcties, tear the cauu into shr;ds of varying lengths, perfectly open
ng it and allowing the mill to thoroughly press out the juices without re
quiring the Inunnnse extra power ucctmnary to grind or crush the whole
eno. The Siiukudkh spreads the shredded cane uniformly and evenly to
Dip mill rolls, and does away with the necessity of spreading the hagasso by
hind between the mills, where regrinding is in use. No greater amount of
txiiler capacity is required to operate the MtiiKDDBK than that winch wa
futllcienl for the null, for the above reasons. We furnish full working
drawings for the inhlaUation ol our Hiikkiuikhh, enabling any competent en
ijiueer to successfully install and start them.
In ordering 8ilKMiKkw from us, please send small sketch, showing the
diameter and width ol the mill rolls with which tiiiuKinnut is to bo connected,
1.180 the aide (either right or left hand as you fuco the delivery side of the
mill;, upon which the mill engine is located, also the height from floor Hue
lo coutcr of front mill roll slmft. and dJuiuco eeuior this shaft to (rout cud
of bed pis to. These Hiikkddkus are imw being used by the Hilo Sugar do
ud tiawi .Mill, KoiiaU, where they are giving great satisfaction.
J" HriieH ti.I furtlier particular may be had by applying ti
WM. G. IRWIN & CO., LL.
W.t &U .Utnti fit lt lltwniinti hHtn.U
CI IAS. IJU8TACE,
IMl'OM'KH AND DKALEK IN
URQCERIES, PROVISIONS, FLOUR and FEED.
fresh California Roll Butter and Island Butter
in Gooas Received oy Every
tm- AJI Urier fattbMlly
tiltllUO' and ihCt,st WIIIJ (MTU.
lii.scOLX Block. Kino Sthikt.
Mti rei.KPHONKS 'iU
Provision Dealers & Naval Supplies
ErHbh Goorts by Every CalUomla Steamer.
KJK - UOUSK - GOODS - A - SPECIALTY.
IsLAkUI OKIKIO SilUOITKO. (l t&T Saukotioi GciARANrtKlt.
II. K. AU'INTYKK - KKO.,
IMPORTRIe AND IHCI.CIDI is
Groceries, - Provisions - and - Feed.
Nw w1 itm-p, vmi nv Ktry Pm'kvl from tlir Ks.lni Huun auJ Kuroim
KUKSH - CALIPOKNIA 1'IIODUUK BY EVRKY 8TK.AUKK
ilhlr. (Hlthrully siismtfU
Hsrl of m
Im.iwp t)HOtK Soi.iniTr.n
tAH'l ,oltKK iUH
W. W. AHAM.
39 3 XTlvioii'U. C3tr
Rngllhti, Scoicb and AmcrtcaD Goods.
Kiylw ami Kit Ousrnulfwl
(Jloiiuijig & Ropuirin
C6S. P. 0. Box Mi
Pure 9i Milk
FOR G-A-LID I
Delivered Twice Daily
TO ANY l'AUT OK TIM'. CITY
Bunul 507-TELi:PUONE3 - Boll 4B0
IK) YWN KWW & c;o..
II S IIHHIIII HllHMl
Tinsmiths, Plonibiug, Btn.
UUOCKKUY ami OI.ABHWAHK.
run mvimv wlaiiu-
Ho box tn
ON BAND rj
Steamer Iron Sad PranciiW.
nl.Ulltll)ll Ktinrmipl Island Oritur
Hrr K(iiT ni Auakka StBKrrs.
C II HOX tf
ST K BET.
p ii mix j vi
to sun GootN tsllrii siii
N vtn TKKBT.
WM. DA VIES,
Rigger & Stevedore,
tCHTIMATBB AND OONTHAOTB Ob
Aid. KIND8 OF WORK
Thu Stmr "WAIMxVNALO"
Will run rt-uiilarly between this rwirtautl
Wnlaliih, KHwatliapa'.. MoLultsis, Keawe
mil and 1'uulkl on the Island of Ouliit.
For KreiKlit, eta., ply to the Captain.
14- IiKinlrs at otllce of J. B.
over Hpreckels' Hank, Fort street.
A. F. Medeiros & Co.
Hmil HU, Hurler ArllliM"l HoUil.
Latest Patterns in Suitings
deceived by Kvery Btsamsr
PERFECT FIT OR NO SALE.
Ring Up Both Telephones 122
HLmt at HulllnKer'sHhoslnirHtiiip,
ijii.n trMt nrsr Ko'l.
OUIiet uml Olsusxnre S'nnt'l I
rii nkt, slrlu'n sml Jewelry Walitml '
Olil llnhl sml Kllver WsiiUkI I
l fllgbir.t Prices PaMI JK
Ul UIiik Btrouti Oornur of AUken.
W. F. Reynolds. : Prop.
THE FOEEION SEFABTMENT
Free -:- Kindergartens
On Moaday, September 10th
At I) o'clock a. m., t Kmtiia llsll, corner
of Niniami slid Hcrutnitln sticwis.
Miss Hnnnnli K. hsKtn.aii, a principal of
ssvcrol yuiri.' cxiktIciico In the Ocldoii
(Iste Krr Kltnli-rirurleim of Ban Kmnrlco
will linvti siipcrvUluii of tin mork her.
KliulrritaitiMi linursi frimi n ii I'X Tui
A trulnltin i'Is's for kltnler(frteiierf,
ith tlires nfirriKMin s-slons cscli week,
will )m urKsnlnil by MIih KikIiiisii, on
Tnesilay. beptemlier luti. at :! o'clock, In
lliHCHMit-riKiiu si r.niiiin nan.
Tuition fur tinlulnuclshsi I0 it month.
Api'llcatluni for iiiIiimfiIou lothe K lulcr
Kartell or irolnliiK rlsn imiy l-e nmiluto
tn prliuiipal, MlhS Knntinnn, or to Mrs,
llorili t C'ntls Culeiimn, Financial bwi
tnry lloniiliiln hioo KlmlerKartens.
Onrair Hotsl A Buoaao Srraat
- CHOIOK OLD
Family Wines and Brandies
S3 YearB Olci
B3. JST. RHIQU-Aw,
llWII MANAOKK tiiu
H. I. BHAW, I'roprletor.
and Fine Beer
IIKLL TULKl'IIUNK 491.
Cor. King ami Nuuanu Htreet, Honolu'u
Corner Kin A Nnoann HU.
Knw WnLTRk, i i I t MansKei
Finest ol Wines k Liquors
Billiard &c Reading Room
mi to rvrsoHH.
MUTUAL TEUSniOI7K 373
Oystor OocktaiU I
Bauer Brunnen I
Fredoricksburg fiuor I
Straight and Mixed Dioks
Of All Kinds and Kent Quality.
Southwell Rirnr King A Nuuanu Bis
PRACTICAL - GUN-MAKEU '
I beg to Inform Bportlnx Men and the
Hotieral l'ubllo that i am prepared to Ue
pair mid Hennval every desrriiitlon of
Firearms. Dune, Itlllea and Uevolvern
skillfully Ite-nkked. HlneliiKsnil irovn
lug done In any auade. Firt-rls. work
insnshlp Kuarnnteed tlimtumers promptlv
UNION HTItKKT, HONOLULU
JOHN T. BROWN,
lleuler In lliiwalhiti ami Knrcl;n l'nals);u
Hlamp. I', O.lloi III, Honolulu.
Ifi(liet nL'tii Klvi'ti for llnuneil and I'phI
llusiilliin hiunip In (ixhiiiir for ollor
outt it t rle from llrt-rlui Hpprovsl slieeis,
llluct. forvknrdeil In anv nnrluf the IslamU
on application wild 1'iwn refervlici.
I Jr. II Is iiwi) to meet any uollectors hy
1 apxilnlumnt. Ill'l-3iu
TRIP OF THE CUMMINS.
Tho Wreck Found Unchanged in
Position StlviiRo Crew Loft
Tho stoamor J. A. Cummins, with
aomo of tht iun'har8 of tho wreck
of tho bark G. X. Wili'ox aud others
on hoard, whii-h sailed from Hono
lulu on Fridav owning, returned
from tho wreek on Saturday ovon
itig. Nothing bovond observation
TyaselTeeted, only James liarriugtou
ami a crow of natives woro left to
k'ep watch. Frank ClilToid got a
few nmro snap sltols at thu wreck
aud adjacent scenery.
The steamer lauded tho party in a
sheltered Lav. from which thov had
a hard road to travel aboiit( a tnilo
over tho rocks to I lm summit of tho
cliffs overlooking the ill-fated vessel.
They judged her distaueo from tho
cliffs to bo fifty yards. Whilo thoy
wore watching tho wreck a goods
case washed overboard and drifted
to tho base of tho precipice. Somo
of tho party olaiubered down to
seize tho article, but tho case smash
ed oti tho rocks, and n tin ca?o it on-
closed sank. Tho marks on tho caso
were made out, being;
tho figure 2 being in red. A com
pass standard and sis candles woro
picked up on tho rocks. Mr. Schuack
got tho caudles, whether tho game
was worth them or not.
With tho excoption of a deeper
lottling, with tho loss of tho star
board rail, tho Wilcox was in much
tho same position as at last provious
report. iho scnoouor aarali and
Eliza was hovering close inshore
near tho wreck, but sailed away soon
after tho arrival of tho steamer. It
is understood that Mr. Howler's
schooner Mahimahi will bo sent by
tho syndicate, to remain near tho
wreck until wind and waves permit
efforts at salvage. Somo of tho sails
are still fluttering.
As tho Cummins was getting un
der way for tho return trip, a beauti
ful marine sight was had, being H.
U. M. S. Hyacinth, returning to this
port under full sail, with every
stitch of cauvas drawing.
The schooner Haleakala was
chartered and loft this, afternoon
for the scene of the wreck. Captain
Kaai is in command of her. She did
not take any men from here, as it is
tho intention of thu captain to em
ploy men on Molokai. who. in his
opinion, would be more serviceable
as they are fnmiliar with thu coat.
JJ-'sidi'S there are some export divers
on the island, who would be employ
ed to dive if necessary. When tho
Haleakala was there last tho captain
made several soundings and found
the deepest, uear whore the wreck is
lylug, to be nine feet, anil that at
hinh water mark. The Haleakala
will be anchored near thu G. X.
Wilcox for an indefinite length of
time awaiting a favorable opportun
ity before beginning operations.
It is saul that J. 1. Dowsett, owner
of the schnoner, has been induced to
ioin tho syndicate, hence the secur
ing of (he Haleakala for the purpose
Bams Old Extravaganco.
This is the best Government these
Islands ever had. The Hon. .1. L.
.Stevens said so, and n Maine Yankee
is like George Washington's little
hatchet, lie cannot tell n prevarica
tion. Under the present adminis
tration wo have been dosed with
weekly fiuaucinl statements thai
look well on paper, but do not help
the Government strong box iniiuh,
and tho fact of the matter is that
our bosses nre hard pushed for coin,
and thny are using nil the means in
their power to fipicezo more taxim
out of the middle and lower clashes.
Of course sugar is sacred; it would
not do to touch that. It will still
be taxed in July when the most of it
is out of the country, and so the rest
of us, who do not own sugar stock,
have to dig to make up thu defi
ciency. For there would be serious
trouble if our soldiers did not get
their boiled tongue and Kreeu peas
and pay regularly. The tax olliuials
are making things very pleasant for
thu natives in the outer districts by
assessing their household furniture
at prices that would make tho pro
prietor of the I. X L. blush, lhat
gentleman would soon quit thu
second-hand business if hu had to
pay one-tenth the value the most of
furniture is assessed at. But we
should not kick. Wu should bo
thankful that wo aru not under a
rotteu monarchy and we aru having
au era of republican simplicity ami
reform. Still by looking at the In
closed list from thu moruing organs,
I can't see where there are many
less officers than under the old
regime. As Mark Twain said long
ago, wo still have the machinery of
the Great Eastern in a sardine box.
Honolulu, Sept. 2.1, 1W)1.
Homo and Abroad.
It is tlm duty tif ovoryouo, whothnr
nt homo or traveling fur iilonsuro or
buRimwH, tii lequin hiiusnll with tho
roiuwly whiuh will lump up strun'th
and pniviuit illuoss, mid ctir tuuh
ills ns aro liable to couio upon nil iu
ovory day lifo. Hood's Harsupnrilla
koops tho blood puro aud less llablo
to absorb tho germs of disoaso.
Hood's pills arn hnud mali, and
Ladles who nro on tho loolmut for
Christmas presents should call at
tho Ceylon jmvulor'a store on Nun
nun street, where tliey eiiu buy the
best (oiim out from Ceylon nt elenr
mice sale prices. There nro rubies,
sapphires, emeralds, pearls'ats' eyes,
etc, Also liaudiiindn laees, ami
evorvtliiiitf is liuuii; sold out regard
less of cost.
At Williams' Studio are to bo seen
Portraits on Wateli Dials, wlileh ho
Is iiiiiIuiik a specially of. Lantern
Slitles for leeture by tho sot or
"DAI NiPPON'iLUCOL :
Hotel Street (Arlington Block)
Jnst Received another Invoice of
Japanese Pane; Goods
Plain and Figured Bilk and Crape.
Plain Bilk and Embroidered.
Silk and Cotton Kimonos
Bilk Fans, Onshlons,
Riubroldered Silk Tea Conle
Table Covers. Bed Covers.
Bilk Bashes. Neckwear.
Beautiful China Warel
Salad Bowls, Bon-bon Dishes,
Plates, Ktc. Rto., Kto.
Smoking Jackets I
Bilk and Cotton Palamaa.
lings, Elegant Lamp Bhades,
Bamboo Canes, Lunch Baskets,
Bamboo Valises, Japanese Tnvs.
Rto., Rto., Kto., Kto.
Mrs. J. P. P. GoUaco, Proprietress.
, v r-i-Mj c f
KIM. I. LINK OK
Japanese '.'Goods I
Silt and Cottoo Dress Goods,
Silk, Liuen and Crape Shirts
-OK C0M1M.RTB 8TO0K -Made
by Yaniatoya of Yokohama
When vou are In need of anv Hue
of Japanese Goods, glr ui first call and
sare Roln all around town.
ITOH A 1ST,
SOS 3Fort St. n& Custom 3oxm
Estate of F. 8. Pratt, Deceaied.
Noti.e of SalTof Real Estate.
PVKSUANT TO AN OUDKIl OP THE
11 iiinriitilu llenrv K. Cooper. Htctmd
JiidH" of the Circuit Court of tlm First Clr
oult. ltititililluof llinviill, In the matter of
the Kitute of K. U. 1'rutt, decentied, made
mid uiiteri-diin thu 'Oth day ol Kvptoiuher,
1'M, tne uii'ierniK' en, a uotiiiinsMomtran
(ml ted for that lmriMiu hy said order of
mid Circuit Judito, will s-ll at public mic
tion, to the hluhest bidder, certain real
estate of the said K. B. Pratt deceased,
Thu premises nt Wnlklkl. Honolulu,
Ouliit, dimirlhed in thu following d'eds. re
cur ud In the HinvnlUn Koli-try of Cou
reymiceH, viz t Deed from K II. Allen to
1-' S 1'ri.tt du'ed June A, 187.1, recorded In
Honk HT, tiuKes'.'Jaiid'.'iJ: I'eed from II.
(Ille to r. ti. Pratt tinted March ISO, 1H7S,
ricor led In Hook At, mko H and 'JU3.
The alo w III tuke u see at thu front door
of ihu Jmllularv HulldliiK, In Honolulu, at
noon on TUKhlUY. the Oth day of Octo
ber. IWII. Upxet price, IIA.0U0. Terms
l.'ush. In U. H. cold coin. Hale subject to
continuation hy the raid Circuit Court.
Deeds nt uxpeimu of imrch s-r
I'or furlh-r liifunuathi" enquire of the
uiidunli;iicd at tho Judiciary UulldliiK In
Dated Honolulu, Sept. 13 KH.
Mm. lioardman hat removed thr bal
ance of her itock from JJotel street to
her private Residence, where the. in
tends doting it out at private tale. It
it arranged und ready or inspection,
and at the. intends to retire permanent'
ly from business the Goods will be told
reiiardlets of Cost. Old patront are
cordially invited to pay her a viV.
NOTICR 18 HKHKI1YOIVBN THAT
thu oners of Ihe Hark "O N. Wil
cox wrecked and Ijiiik at or near the
Kulaeoknlllo, Island of Molokil, will not
hu icspoiiBlolo for uuy dh'scoutranted tiy
a-iy iiersun or persons working on the mid
wreck, orlno nnection theruwl h without
thu previous writ en lourcm of tl.o unler
sIkhciI re)rcentiilivus of the raid owners,
listed at Honolulu this 'JlstiUy of Kep-
J. B. WALK Kit,
For Sale I
llxed hut little,
An wood ai new
ccount of owner
leavliiK the country
Wu 'all nr adilre-m
11(11 tt 1U7 King StreeU
1 Wild. NOT UK ItKHPONHIIII.K 1'Olt
nny hills loninicted hy my sou, Umlu
bliiKcr; nulthur Is he authorUed to colkc.
money or nculiil bills for me.
Honolulu, Hept. 4, IbOt. tm 'ivr
V&SSJ j6K. VV7
Save Half tho Amount of Tour Oil
Bill Through Saving in Figment.
Every painter should use Lucol in
stead of Unseed Oil, bccaue:
1, LucoL is moro rfurflW than Linseed
Locot is more twnomkal than Mn
PUOOF THAT MJCOL IS MOKE
Six years of nctual use in exterior
houso painting in California (the
most trying elimato for paints), in
tho burning beat of tho Arizona Des
ert, tho Arctic cold of Alaska, and on
tho Atlantic coast, have fully and
practically shown that Lucot. nlways
outwears Linseed Oil under Iho samo
conditions. All tho acid works In
San Francisco havo discarded Lin
seed Oil for Lucot..
ILLUSTRATE THIS YOURSELF.
Put strong ammonia on Linseed and
Lucol paints. Tho Linseed paints
arc destroyed in a few minutes ; tho
Lucol paints aro practically unaffect
PROOF THAT LUCOL IS MORE
Brcsk up 1 lbs. pasto white lead
in one pint of Lucot., and tho same
quantity in ono pint of Linseed Oil.
Spread tho paints on similar dark
surfaces for comparison. Tho Lucol
paint spreads as far us and covers
much butter than tho Linseed paint.
To get equally good covering with tho
Linseed paint you havo to ueo 2 lbs.
of whilo lead to ono pint of Liusrcd
Oil. This means a saving of j lb. of
paste load to each pint of Lucol used,
or 0 lbs. lo every gallon, equivalent
to your saving more than half tho
first cost of the Lucol.
Lucoi. is not in competition with
cheap Linseed Oil substitutes.
Agents for the Hawaiian Islands
L. B. KERIi'S
1 HAVK JUST UKCKIVKI)
I.AItOK ASSOUTMKNT OK .
anrl Latest Styles.
TIIKBK GOODS Wild. HE 801,1)
ANY QUANTITY FKOM A
100 Yards Down to Enough
to Make a Stogie Salt!
- AND AT -
Hard Times Prices!
L. B. KERR, - Impoktkr,
CLEARANCE SALE OF
Clocks, Watches and Jewelry l
X Aatuhui end
BTOOK OF CLOCKS,
Jewelry ' f tho under
lined will bo dlipcued of at p Ices never
before dreamed of.
0. HOCK CHOW,
1. 1. I'KIlflONB WHO
Watches or Clm ks in niv
for reimlrs are hereby notllled to call and
pot them wlihlnonu month from this date,
otherwise thev will b'i void
tW All hills iigiiit C. Hock Chow
will be jmlil mi p-ee' tut Ion; nnd those
who are iudthted to him arn rcipiested to
come and pay thu iunuuns of their hills
IIKO 2w 0. HOCK CHOW.
The Entire Stock
WENNEK & CO.
WILL HE SOLI)
Regardless of Cost.
For Local News
Oiihii ilailwav & Laud Co.
OKKKKN THK I'UHLH:
Anolber Great Opportanitj
to Bcur Hntntw In On of the Mot
ttalltfhlfu! LocAlltle to b
round tn the Paradls
of the Pacific
As a healthy retort Pearl City has
already established an enviable reputation.
Many good oltltens In this community
bare experienced the wonderful effect pro
duced by a few days sojourn In that dry,
cool atmosphere, and glre grateful testi
mony to the relief they hare almost In
stantly Rained from seTere and long con
tinned attacks of asthma. Physicians
acquainted with the climate of Pearl City
recommend It as a natnral sanltarlntu.
THE WATER SUPPLY
And can he increased tn meet the needs ol
a population equal to the largest city In
Paor. A. II. I.toms of Ostio Colle? Is
onr authority for itstlnK that the water
supply Is the unrest yet discovered In this
Special iDdocemeois to Karl; Settlers:
Kor ninety days from date we will tell
LOTB ON 8PKCIAL TEHMH favorable to
bona-llde settlers. Kor a term of three
mouths 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.
Kor further particulars, call at this ottlce
orou any of the lumber dealers In this
city. Those who now own lots as well as
those who propose lo become residents ol
that growing city, will do well to enibrarv
this opiortuiilty. Those who avail them
selves of this offer, within the time named,
will be entitled to, ahd will receive the
Kor a term of ten years, this Company
will carry such residents and tbelr families
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 (leaving Honolulu station a little
after live o'clock , for tenceuti each way,
a rate less than one cent per mile. The
rates ou all other passenger trains running
during the day or night will be IK cents
per mile nrst class, and 1 cent per mile
A good school Is about to be opened In
the Penlusula, Iu the fine, large, new
school-bouse erected by Mr. J. T. Water
house, ttesldents living at Pearl City
heights, labove Pearl City station and
those having homes on the Penlusula, will
be allowed to 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 thu purpoue of attend
ing school, at live cents each way for each
pupil. This is equal to 'i to l miles ride
for ten cents.
Equal Inducements for those dealrlug to
nucure homes In this country have never
before been ollered to thu public.
This Company bus been requested from
abroad to name the price of all their un
sold land In that locality.
Should a clearance sale be made to s
syndicate, no opportunity like the present
would again occur for the purchsse of
homes at Pearl City,
Word to the Wise is
OAHl) RAILWAY I LAND CO.