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rpUK UNDERSIGNED HAVE BEEN APIOINTED tiOLE AGENTS FOR
A those SHkKUDBKS and nre now prepared to rucelvo orders.
Tlio groat advantages to ho derived from tho uso of the National Oarx
i?mkkui)KE ore thoroughly established mid acknowledged by Planters
Tho largo iiiuubor of I'Uitters using thutn iu the United Butes, Ouba,
Argentine Kopublio, Peru, Australia and elsewhere, boar witness to the
The uso ol the HiniKUDKh very largely augments the quantity ot cane
the mill can grind (25 to oUfc), also the extraction ot juice (5 to 12).
It is a great safeguard, making known at onco tho presence ot any
pieces of iron, Ukon from earn, or anything which would bo liable to damagu
tho mill, and allowing ample time to remove sanio before damaging tho mill.
The tiMKKDDKH is rery etnmgly made, and from the manner of its opora
lion it cuts or loan these plcece of wood or iron without ofton breaking the
HirUKDDuu; and if anything breaka, it is simply some ot tho knives or outters,
ahich can bo quickly and ucouomically replaced. Tho Shrkddkk, am its
uamc indicates, tears liie cant into shreds of varying lengths, perfectly open
ing it And allowing the mill to thoroughly press out the juices without re
quiriug the ininieii-o extra power ucceary to grind or crush tho whole
cauo. The Buiiuiuii.a spreads the shredded caue uniformly and evenly to
the mill rolls, and doer away with the necessity of spreading the bagaseo by
hnd between the mills, wiiero regriudlug is iu use. No greater amount of
boiler capacity is required to operate the hkkdijicu than that which war
ufBciout for tho mill, for thu Above reasons. Wo furnish full working
drawings for tho iuitillatlou of our BiikKuDKttB, enabling uny competent en
gineer to iiUL'CCefcfully install and it Ait them.
In ordering miugiiukhh from us, please eeml small sketch, showing the
diameter and width of the mill roll with which Bhukudki; is to be connected,
alo tho Hide (either right or left hand its you lacu thu delivery side of the
mill;, upon winch the null eiigino it located, also the height from floor line
to center of front mill roll shaft, und distance center this shaft to frout end
of bed pUto. Thcc rtiiHKiiKi arc uow being used by the Uilo Sugar Do
and Unwl MUl, Kohalu, whom they are giving great satisfaction.
jJT" l'ric.tr and further paiticulun may bo hnd by applying u
WM. G. IRWIN & CO., L'd..
J-I .-til Jqnilt for Iht ItavttUm IttowU
imi'oi;ter and dealkr in
GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, FLOUR and PEED.
Fresb California Roll Batter and Island Butler
tie C-nrMb Received by Ever;
AJ1 OrUeii rult lifal! v UfltiJ ut.
oiK'iw4 and packed with ear.
Livjoln Iux:r, Ktsn Stkckt.
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LEWIS & CO..
ill IfOKT STUKKT.
Ifflporturs, Wholesale ( Retail llroim
PfOvisiQu Dealers & Naval Supplies
Ctbeh Goods by Bvory California Steamer.
LCE - UOrSK - GOODS - A - SPECIALTY.
Uuirpa Onnr.ro S)liuitku fii 0r SATibfAOnow Oi'abahtbcd.
rSf.Kl'KONK w r. O HOX IM
H. i:. MclNTVUK wV WWK
- i :i route Me ai
Groceries, - Provisions - and - feed.
Ken KooUi I.it1 by Kftrj' I'ockel I turn tut Kutm Utu.s auil JCuro
PRBSU CALIFORNIA - PRODUCE . BY - EVERY STEAMRK
5JI Onl-v JcJVlilillIv ktciiiird u an1 Ucxxtk lMllyrd Ui o
I'art o' 'Mi. CUt KKKB
Imiuhd Ohtiku Solicits SATiarACTiox 0'AdiiT(nx
PAPT ("OIIKHh HV11 ll Kl'tl, MTKKKTN.
W. W. AHANA.
3 S 3 ITuur.-.u Cltrvat.
Ecgtsh, Scolch and Amari&iii Goods.
ati'lo uU't Fit UilHrniilffit
Cleaning & Uopuiting
iotaal Tele. CSS p. 0. Boi M.
Pur eS Milk
FOR SA.3L.B I
Delivered Twice Daily
TO ANY I'AIH 01' niK CITY
annul 507-TCLUPnOM;3 Dull 460
UOB-Imi )' I.iKNliKUO. I'rti.
HO YEN ICHIfi & CO..
it Smuiiii Hirmii
TlnsmithH, PlnmbiiiQ, etc,
OUOCiOiUY nJ (JLAIiHWAKK.
THU HAWAIIAN IHI.ANp
-V O 1X X7S
ON HAND f
Steamer from San Fnuiciscu
iil(nctioti nusisnU-fd. Ilami Untrr
H.t. Ko.n ani A.urA STaerr.
V i. lit IX w:
VVM. DA VIES,
Rigger & Stevedore,
tKTIMATEtt AND GONTUAUTB ON
A IX KINDS OF WOKK,
Will run regularly IwImbi-u this ionauu
Wuidlutt, Ivawniliapal. Mukulctn, Kettwe
mil anil Puultl on tun laluiol ot Oabn.
hr.r 2 reiK'it, w., aply t the I'tti.taln
Mk Inquire at otfice uf J. B. Walker
ovtr HprPiiknls' Hank, Kurt street. W-lt
A. F. Medeiros & Co.
Merchant jR Tailora.
' lldtnl Ht. iimlrr Arlington Hntoi
Latest Patterns in Suitings
ttrraivnl tiy Kviry HtMiiiiat
fBRrECT FIT OR NO SALB.
rw up Both Telephones 122
, t)iik- ,irr n?r Kort.
P011NIT1B WANTED !
j I tHh.-. ami Olsittwarr Whiittnl I
1 iK!kn WatiilietHinlJMwelrr Wnuttwll
I OMdolilanJ HllvcrWalltnll
. or lilubMi Prte rUI MX
I H'l King Slreot, Ooruwr uf AUkuu,
Golden Rule Bamr.
W. F. Reynolils. : Prop.
Is lb talk of nil wheelmen.
19 LBS. IS HEAVY ENOUGH.
H. E WALKER
Agnt, liouolalu, II- I.
Comiuioi Bloci, Korciiiiil si
iQ I he
flnrntr Hnlil & Nutuno HtraaU
Pamil) Wines and Brandies
83 Years Old
B. JST. RH1QXJ-A.,
I0W MAKAOKK lOm
8. 1, fill AW, Proprietor
and Fine Beer
Cor. King mul Nuunn-i Fueet, flonolu'ti
Cornttr KIuk & Nuiinn BU.
Knw, Woltks, tilt Maubkhi.
Finest oi Wines & Liquors
Billiard St Reading Boom
run TO FATKOPH.
MUTUAL TSiKPHOlTE !tVS
AT THE ANCHOR
Oyiter OocktaiU I
Straight and Mixed Drlufcs
Of All Kinds and Bnat Vtunllty.
SonthwMt Or.rner King It Mntuun BU
PRACTICAL . GUN-MAKEU
I rxK to luffirni tiwirtliiK Mini and thu
llencral 1'uhllr iIihI I am preparod to ll
iinlr ml Jlcnovnto vtry iln-rrlpllon of
Kirrnriim. Ouim, Hllleo ami Kvvolvw
akllllnlly lt.Uickfl. UIiipIiikbucI llrown.
IliK (liiiin In any lindn. KlrnKlm-h work,
maimhlp KiarautMi HiitoinrirnniitlT
UNION STUKKT. HONOLULU.
JOHN T. BK,0"WN,
Denlur In JlHwnlliin nd Korel(!ii VohIhco
HlAiupn. I'. 0. Hox 111, lliinnliilii
MIrIiphI prii'iM kIv'i'H lor I'iiiihiI mid l'ned
HitMitlltin hlHinp' III oiL'huiiRe (or ullin
rounirli'i front llrat-clnn npprovnl hIumMh
HIii'i'iH lnrardri to any partoltho lalaiwlf
on appllratloii with town refrrrnce.
J T. II Is npuii to iimtil any collcctirs iiy
FOntY THOUSAND IN LINK.
The Nation's Defondn;s in
Review ftl Pittsburg.
rirrsncRO, Pa, Sept. 11. The tiny
passed with fewer accidents than
wero vzpected, and nono wore sori
otts. Several women fainted in tho
crowds along tho sidewalks and a
few prostrations among the veterans
were reported, but such thorough
preparations had been made by the
hospital corps of tho national guard
that immediate attention was given
and speedy relief alforded.
Tho police arrangements for hand
ling the immense crowd (conserva
tively estimated at 7W 1,000) wero as
nearly porfect as possible and the
streets aloug the route wore kept
absolutely clear for tho uso of tho
Tho weather continued cool and
bright throughout tho entire day.
Forty thousand men who fought
to save the Union, marched through
tho city ot Pittsburg and Allegheny.
Old familiar war tunes filled tho air.
Whilo thoy stepped out boldly and
bravoly, the veterans could not
straighten their bent forms, nor
coucoal theirgray hairs and furrow
ed cheeks. They carried no heavy
rifles with glittering bayonets, but
aided aged limbs with walking canes,
while here and there, in the line of
lilue, came a comrade on crutchos.
Tho decorations are most lavish.
It was stated by men who attended
many previous encampments that,
whilo individual displays may have
been excellent in other cities, they
have never seen tho decorations oti
such a gonorous aud general scale.
This was probably the last timo
tho veterans will turn out in such
force, as it is seriously contemplated
by the O. A. It. oilifiats, in view of
the advancing age and infirmities of
members, to abandon this most at
tractive feature of tho national en
campment. Governor Pattison, with his staff,
and notable men and women from
all sections of tho country, occupied
thu reviewing stand in Allegheny
park and saluted each division.
Every available inch along the
route was packed, every side street
was jammed full of people for a
hundred yards back, and home tops
for blocks away were hidden by
masses of enthusiastic sightseers.
A rough estimate is that between
00,000 aud 000,000 saw the parade.
Of this numlHsr UOO.OOO to .'150,000
came over the railroads, 100,000 ar
riving this morning.
The G. A. R. political situation is
very hot. aud the friends of the can
didates for commander in chief are
working like leavers for their
friends Indications, late to-night,
point to the election of I. X. Walker,
of Indiana, as commander-in-chief,
aud of Louisville as the place of
meeting for the nest encampment.
"As Pennsylvania goes, so goos
tho encampment," has come to Iihvo
considerable significance, and as
Pennsylvania favors Walker aud
Louisville, her votes aro being eager
ly sought for. Indiana is iu favor
of Louisville, and of course is for
alkoralso. M. ruul hustlers are
still iu Hue and working eagerly for
LTKHAVS IS MISSION'.
PirrsDcna, Pa., Sept 12. -The na
tional encampment of ilie (J. A. R.
opened this morning in thu new
grand opera Iioupo.
Tho annual reports of national
oflicers were road. Commander-in-Chief
Adams reported a total mem
bership of Ml.osl against !W7,'223 n
year ago. Each succeeding year, he
said, will show a decrease. Tho in
terest in tho order, however, has
grown stronger. When tho last
comrade is mustered out the G. A.
Jt. will cease to exist but the Sons
of Veterans will carry on the work.
The pension department of the
order has Investigated all thu cafes
of alleged pension frauds. Very
few frauds were discovered and they
worn thu work of dishonest agents.
Adams complains that the pension
officer, in violation of tho intended
liberality of the act of .lime 27, 181)0,
rejected uvery claim of which there
was thu slightest doubt.
Major A. P. Uurchllold, on behalf
of tho citizens, presented tho coin-mander-iu-chiof
with a gavol made
of wood from Fort Sumter, Appo
mattox, Gettysburg and Libby pri
son, aud bouud with motal from
AN ELOQl'KNT INVITATION.
Jleurv Wattersou was introduced
to the delegates aud iu presenting
the claims of L-misvillu for tho next
oncampmout, he haid:
"I have comu with a message from
your countrymen who dwell on what
was ouuu the other side of the line,
but whoso hearts beat, iu ready re
sponse to your hoar's, and who bid
me tell you that thev waul to fee you.
Candor compels me to say that there
was a time when they did not want
to see you. There was a time when,
without any invitation whatever,
uttiier written on vernal, wiinoui so
much as an iutimaliou of hospital
ity, you iusisted upon giving us the
honor of your company, ami, as it
turned out, when wo were but ill
prepared to receive you. It is a
iiity, now that we are prepared, now
that the lid is off the pot ami that
the latchstriug hangs outside tho
door, that you should refuse us tho
happiness of entertaining you, not
with bloody hands to hospitable
grave, but as friends aud brothers,
follow citizens who learned to value
one another amid scenes that left no
time for equivocation and traie-no-tious
applying to humau virtues the
very highest test."
MrH. General Custer sent to tho
national encampment, for use during
the present session, tiie table upon
which General Leo signed the arti
cles of capitulation. The table was
originally the property of General
hhori'inu, but ho gavu it to G
I.Iiilli'M wiin nru mi tho lixilmiit tnr
t!hriMl IlifiH liriw.tlilk ulinilhl ..nil nl
....... ....... ,.....-. ..... ..,., ...
thu CVj'lnii jowulor's stiiro on Xtiu
aim st root, uhnru thuy imu Imy llm
host koiiis out iroin i;oyiuu at clonr-
aiii'u s am pricos. i nun. arn rutiios,
stiihir',)iunrnltls, .H'nrls.i'iM nyos,
otf. Also liaiiiluiailii Imi-s, niiii
ovorythiuK is huiiif; sold out rcjanl-
less uf cost,
Hotel Street (Arlington Block)
J nit Received another Invoice ot
Japanese Fancy Goods
Plain and Figured Bilk and Crape
for Ladies and
Plain Bilk and Embroidered.
Silk and Cotton Kimonos
Bilk Fans, Ctuhlons,
Embroidered Bilk Tea Oole
Table Covers. Bed Covets
Bilk Bailies, Neckwear.
Beautiful China Ware I
Smoking Jackets I
Bilk and Cotton Pajamas,
Haw, Elegant Lamp Bbadei,
Bamboo Canes, Lunch Baikeia.
Bamboo Vallaei, Japanese Tray.
Etc., Kto., Kto., Kto.
Mrs. J. P. P.Gollaco, Proprietress,
y t"u "rr
A. ITOI1AN, it
- KULI, LINK or
Silk and Cotton Dress Goods.
Silk, LinBD and Crape Shirts
-or COMPLETE BTOOK -Made
by Yaruatoya or Yokohama.
When yon are In need ol auv line
of Japanese Ooodi, give ui oral calf and
tare going all aroand town.
a OS Tort at, i3.wr Ovttna Xauit
FsUte of P. 8. Pratt, Deceaied.
Notice of SaltTof Real Estate,
pl'USUANT TO AN OKDKK OK THE
JL I Liiiorablu Henry K. Cooper, Second
JiidK' "I 'l Circuit Court ol thu Kirst Cir
cuit, ltcpubllo of Hawaii, in tho matter ot
the Krtule of K. K. Pratt, dccraied, mnde
and eiiicrnlon thu tuih day of tiuptombvr,
H, the uiiilerHiKiiud, a Commlailimur ap
pointed for that purpoo by said order ot
raid Circuit JiiiIkb, will a-li at publlo auc
tion, to the hlulicst blddrr, curtain real
citato of the raid K. tj. Pratt, dvceuneil,
UcK'rihed a follows i
The iiremhies at Waiklkl. Honolulu,
Onhu, ilVxorlljed In the follow Inn deeds, re
cur cd In thu Hawaiian ItvKlitry of Con
veyances, viz l Deed from K. II. Allen to
K t 1'rMt daied June &, 1873, recorded In
Hook .17, paRCslH.! and 223 1 Heed from II.
(Jllen to K. H. Pratt datud March SO, lM7b,
recorded In Hook 51, pane Hill and '."Al.
The snln will lake place at tho front door
of thu Judiciary Building, In Honolulu, at
noon on TUESDAY, thu lit It day of Octo
ber, ltJUI. Upset price, flft.onu. Terms
Cash, iu II. B. uold coin. Bale subject to
cnuilrmBtloii by the bald Circuit Court.
Deeds at uxpeiibu of purch ser.
Kor further Information emiulre of the
underpinned at tho Judlcliry llulldlng In
Dated Honolulu, Sept. 13. '8'H.
jlfr. Hoardman hut removed A bal
ance o her stock from Hotel ttrcet to
her private lUtldence, where the in
tenth doting it out at private tale. It
it arranged and ready or inspection,
and at the intend to retire permanent'
ly from butinest the Goodt will be told
reiiardlett o Cost. Old patront art
cordially invited to pay her a visit.
For Sale I
tired hut little. As good an new. Bold on
account of owner leavlufi the nnuntry.
. Call or address
1101 tf 107 KIuk Street.
ELECTION OF OFFICERS.
Htoiikhoiilurh of the Uuiwai.u Com
pany held on September III, 1H!H, at the
otllceof Mrrrr. V. O. Irwin X Co., t L'd),
thu follow hi; Olllcum weru re-th-cud lo
ititrve iluriliK the emuiing yuan
W. f). Irwin President,
K. W. Manfarlaiiu .Vice-President,
W M. (IllUid . . Tnmsurer,
C. IIosm Secretary and Auditor.
hoard or niiii.i'ToaHi
Irwin, K, W. Maufarlanu aud
J -. ...
ILL NOT UK. UF.Bl'O.NHIIII.K KOU
i x Bliy ,m m.aei.-d hy my run, l-.uio
I Mnceri neither Isheauthuilied to collect
, wy r n-ctl.t l,,,,fIf1''LI,,"V(,l,l,
'""' jjij' ',' .e,
I Honolulu, Sept. 4, ItOl. n iw
Rave Half tho Amount of Your Oil
Bill Through Saving In Pigment.
Every painter should use Lucol In
stead of Linseed Oil, because :
Lccot. Is more durable than Linseed
'L Lccot. U more ttvnomital
PROOF THAT LUCOL 18 MORE
8ix years of actual uo in exterior
liouno painting in California (the
most trying climate for paints), In
tho burning heat of the Arizona Des
ert, tho Arctic cold of Alaska, and on
tho Atlantic coast, Have luuy ami
practically shown that Lucol always
outwears Linseed Oil tinder tho same
conditions. All the acid works in
8an Francisco have discarded Liu
seed Oil for Lucoi..
ILLUSTRATE THI8 YOURSELF.
Put strong ammonia on Linseed and
Lucol paints. Tho Lintccd paints
arc destroyed in a few minutes; the
Lucol paints aro practically utmtTcct-
PROOF THAT LUCOL IS MORE
Break up 1 lbs. paeto white lend
in one pint of Lucol, and the snuir
quantity in one pint of Linseed Oil.
Spread the paints on similar dark
surfaces for coniiiarifon. The Lucol
paint spreads as fur as and covers
much better than the Linseed paint.
To get equally good covering with the
Linseed (mint you have to uso 2J lbs.
of white lead to one pint of Linseed
Oil. This means a saving of J lb. of
paste lead to each pint of Lucol need,
or 0 lbs. to every gallon, equivalent
to your saving mere than half the
first cost of the Lucol.
Lucol is not in competition with
cheap Linseed Oil substitutes.
Agents for the Hawaiian IslantU
I IIAVK JUBT RKCKIVKD A
I.AKOK ABriOllTMKNT OK . .
and Latest St)rles.
TUEHK UOOD.H WILL UK BOLD
ANY QUANTITY FROM A
100 Yards Down to Enough
to Make a Single Salt!
- AND AT -
Hard Times Prices!
L. B. KERR, - Impoutku,
CLEARANCE SALE OF
Clocks, Watcbes and Jewelry 1
rpHK KNTIKK STOCK OK OLOOKB,
JL Matches rnd Jewelry 'f thu under
rUned will be dlioted of at p'Ices never
before dreamed of.
C. HOCK CHOW,
LL PKHBON8 WHO HAVE
J Watehes or Clocks In my poss.sslon
for repulrs are hereby not fled to call and
get ihem wlllilnone mouth from thlsdato,
otherwise thev will b eold
tm- All bills against C. Dock Chow
will be paid on prrre' tutlon; and thono
who are indebted to him sru reuested to
come aud pay the amounts of their bills,
mil 2w O. HOOK CHOW.
The Entire Slock
WENNEK & CO.
WILL HE hOLD
Regardless of Cost.
f)i-rtrv Irfl Ml tin VMctftr OMvdiwis
Couipnuu' ore lolll bi
liotft TaUplionaa 1B.
- -, "VjfiSs
The tinilerslk'iieil Imvlnn been appointed
Sole Agents (or the Hawaiian Islands
FOR TIIK CEt.ltlinAIKD
KKOM TIIK WOHKb OK
Burham, Williams & Co.,
Are now prepared to give Estimates and
receive Orders for thine Kugltiei,
of any Mzctind style.
The Baldwin Locomotive Works
AUK NOW MANUKAUTUltlNQ A
BTYLK OK LOCOMOTIVE
Adaptor! (or Plantation Purpose!
A mtmlier ol which have recently been
received at llee Islands, and wn will have
pleasure In furnishing plantation agents
and lunliagen with particulars ol same.
The Superiority of these Locomotives
over all other innkcn Is known not only
here but Is acknowledged throughout the
WM. 6. IRWIN CO., Ltd.,
Sol Agent lor the Hawaiian Islands.
"Stock Chief," 13,444.
Height, 16.2. Weight, 1,300.
Block Chief, IIJIU: by Blocking Chief,
'.UVl; hr Clark Chief, HI; by Mambrluo
Chief, 11; by Mainbtltio l'aymasttr by
Mnmb'lno by Imported .Monntntor; Stock
Liners nam is uoii ny Antar. nw; uy ai
mont Xi', by Alexanders Abdailah, 16;
i. iV. M ninmiBii,
lionets Llko." lirced to thu best.
Torms Cash. Pee $25.00.
m. Further Information can be ob
A. IL KOWAT, I). V. 8
104!I tf-'jn If 'Jl).i KJdr Btrtet.
CASH PAID FOR
WKWIJ.I.IirY MR CASH LAUOE
or Bmall Quanlltle of lined Ha
waiian Postage btampi at thu following
prices per hundred:
I Cent, violet .M
1 Cunt, bluu f!
1 Cunt, K'ci'ii '
2 Cunt, vermilion .'b
2 rent, biown SA
'J Cent, niiu IU
2 Cent, violet; IS'il Issue ou
.' (.Vnl, dark lilmi .... . . l.T'i
ft Cent, llitht bluu LIU
II Cunt, uri-ull 2.75
10 Cent, black 2.7ft
10 Cent, vermilion ... X'l
lu Cent, brown 2.7ft
12 Cent, black I.M
12 Cent, liuiuve '1.50
Ift Cent, brown ft.2ft
18 Cent, red lU.ftO
2ft Cent, purplo lU.ftO
W Cent, red 2U.U0
tm- Stamps which are torn are not
wanted at uny prie-. Addrers
l'. O. llox 113,
tsCI lt-K tf WaidiiiiKton, ! C, U. B. A.
Or in Favor of
JR DKSIUK TO KKCKIVK KKKB
r aud iinun exiiresxlonit ol opinion.
from the lnlililtaiii of the Iluwallun
Isluudr, upon thu iuentions of Annexa
tion, the IteMoratluii of tho Monarchy, or
thu Formation of a Kepuhllc.
This Is donlrecl, for thu information of
the HJoplu of thu United States. Thu uauiu
of each correspondent will not bo used, und
will lio regarded as coullduutlai, If so re
AMKKH'AN NKWHl'Al'KK SYNDI
CATK, W. Ten Eyck Hardenbrook, M'c'r,
231ft M Street, N. W.,
IK13 lt-8 tf Washington, D. C, U. H. A.
Jt can be proved
Ol' any paper
For Local JNewn
Dr. L1EBIG & CO.
SMHiit IhxUtrt fur I'liiimic.
I rli'iti'iimi ii iniiny
Dr l.h'blg's luviunriitor Hie greatest tu
uieily fur Niiuuial eakuuBi l.oisof .Mali.
hood and I'nvitio lli. uie, oviiruinies j'rn.
iiiiituri'iii and prepaier all for iiiarrlaau
die's duties, plea. lire, and respouibllllies;
$1 trial boilluglvenur sunt frm to any one
deii'ribiiiKuptoiii, cull or addren W0
(liury ht , prlv.au entrance Wft Mason Ht
Bau Krsnullvu. H 13-33 ly