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National Cane Shredder
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HUE UXDEiMlUXEl) HAVE 11 KEN A1TOLNTED SOLE AOKNTH FOK
these Shhkddkus and uro now iitepitrud to receivo orders.
The Krcat advantages to bo itemed from tin- uso of tho National Oa
dUEKUDJca are thoroughly oou'iHslicd mid Acknowledged by I'lautcr
Tho largo number of i'lanters using thorn in the Uutted Hutw, Outi.
Argentinu Konulillu, i'oru, Australia And elsewhere, bear witness to tin
The uso of tho Bhkkdiikk very largely augmonta the quantity of oau
the mill can Tinl ('25 to fit)), also the extraction of juice (6 to 12).
It is a groat safeguard, making known at once the presenre of Any
pfeoos of Iron, stakes from Mr, or ivnytiiug which would bo liable- Ui damag
the mill, nd allowing aiujilo time to remove name before damaging the mill.
Tho 8UKKUDKH in very strongly mml., mi from iho manner of Its count
uon It cuts or tears tlioso piece of ood or tron without often breaking the
dHKKDDKu; and If anything breaks, it id simply eonioof the knives or cutters,
which can be quickly and economically replaced. The Hiihkddkr, m iti
uamo indicates, tears tho cane into shreds of varying lengths, perfectly open
ing it and Allowing tho mill to thoroughly press out the juices without re
quiring the immctiHO extra towor necessary to grind or crush tho whole
cne. The HitiituwiKU spreads the shredded caue uniformly and evenly to
the mill rolls, and docs away with tho necessity of spreading tho bagAsse by
baud between tho mills, whore rcgrinding is in use. No greater amount of
boilor cupacity is required to operate tho fcHtkKDDKa than that which wa
sutfloient fur the mill, for tho alwvo reasons. We furnish full working
drawing) for the iueullntiou of our Biikkddkhh, enabling auy competent tin
Klnccr to successfully install and start them.
In ordering 6iikki)Dku from us, please send small sketch, showing tin
diameter nd width of the mill rolls with which Suhkiuiku Is to bo connected,
aLw the side (either right or left hand as you faco the delivery side of thf
mill;, upun which the mill engine Is located, lo the height from floor Urn
to enntur of front mill toll shaft, and distance center this shall to front f ml
of bed pUte. Theeo 8iikkiilh are now being ued by the Hilo ringar do
and llawi Mill, Koliala, where they are giving great satisfaction,
$JF I'riee. and further particular may he had by applying u
WM G. IRWIN & CO., L'd..
-! Mr Afftitl fm lAe HnwiHnn htU
07 IlDJ! .!.. "Tmuim Blurt ' S
lnnul Tnlft. m P. 0. Boi 207. s
Just Received Men's and Boy's Suits !
Colored Twcu-Ih $7 50
DutouniH 7 50
ttDglifh Hwgv 0 (X)
Boy SuitH (fk'g;iii ) 0 00
Chin"!, Japsiii(A( mid Indimi Goods!
)TSA Complete TAILORING ESTABLISHMMNT
vrith Compi'tont Cuttern au) n i-oniploti line of KntfliHh and
Anifritmn StiltiiigK. IVrtVc.t fit gtiarnntocd.
A FINE LINE OE GENTS1 HATS!
"Wicker Ware m Great Variety.
51-53 King Street & 407 King Street.
411 NIJUANU Sl'HKK'l.
Sprier aiii Dealer in nmm Dry anil Fancy Goods
ljidlfi.' Wanti of swry dunrli'lim. Alto, fiuih lino of UIiIum- Uuodk.
Pongee & "Vliit Sills. Fajetncias.
No. 1 White and Colored Mattings !
Best Bluok and Green Chinefie Teu. Crepe Shawls, Ktv..
gW Kit (aruiiu-i(l. I'ricea MixlttrAto. -Ml
tsr "bL-vxtxi&l TeleiDlione 542 -urn
CI IAS. LIU STACK.
IMI'()HTf-;i( AM) DKALKli IN
GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, FLOUR and TEED.
Presb Cililornla Roll Batter and Island Batter
ibt Gcudb fif.ctlvtd Dj Ever;
All (rilt taithfiillv tUuil U
wllrltMl ami (wnkMl Hltli I'urt)
Linuoln Block, Kind Htseitt,
n-H TKI.KI'HDNKH Wh
Provision Dealers & Naval Supplies
Frost) Goods by Evury California 8teamei.
ICJC - HOUSK GOODS - A - SPKCIALTV.
IdLAWlMI (HUKIU SoUHITKti JJ 0T SaTHPAOTIuN QUAIIlKIKKDk.
TBI.KHHIINH w-- f o W)X M
II. E. McjINTYUK vS: UKO.,
Groceries, - Provisions - and - Feed.
Nrw l.u Hwviiyvii iiy Kiury riket from (he KHtrii Hti-. n.l Kiinn
WWHH . (JAI.IKUKNIA IMCODUllIC UY EVRIIV HTKAMUIl
All Onlur Ulllifully lniiliil n, .ml (liU I)IImh1 to n
i'lift i( ttir 1'IH KilKlt
lu.MD ()miM HltMUITKU HiTIArAllTIOn liUA4ftTIA.
KAHT OOHtKK CUUJ AND KINO Ul'KKK'JV.
31-0 linn St.. nv liuniltt Si
Mataal Tele, 0ft P. 0 Boi Wl.
-r u. ux inv
ON HAND ma
Steamer Irotn Sao Prancisco
HntUfx-IUiu iiarniiKHHt liinl liijtcni
fU - r. Font nh Alaee Sthkictb.
-v . mut 7
it Rjctail iinicers
Colili'ii iluli: Bazaar.
W. F. KuynoMs, : hup.
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"r & " - t . .1 ..!-. . '1 . .a ,
1 19 Lbs. 19 M
li ih Ulk of nil wlii-vlnif n. "
i 19 LRS. IS HEAVY ENOUGH.
H. K WaLKEK
Ant, Hi.nnlnlu, J. I.
CoRiuiiti Hluek, MHfcbMlSl.
iUrntr HMhI A 5rinnu ftlr.t
Patnily Wities and Bwndies
V33 Vea.ro Old
W1ELAND - EXTRA - PALE
Lager Beer !
2 SGHOOHBKSTOR 25 G8NTS
ohas j McCarthy,
H. I. KHAW(rroprietor
and Fine Beer
BELL TELEPHONE 401.
Cor. King mid Nuuann Street, Jlonolu'a.
AT THE ANCHOR
Oyitor Oocktalli I
Bauer Brunnou I
Straight and Mixed Drinks
Of All KlmlH nd lieat Qnntity.
SoBlUwesI rinrof r Kluo It Nniuua fit
I'HAOTIOAli. GUNMaKF.II I
I hK Ui tutor in BporlliiR Men ii1 tltr
(Imiernl I'ulilln Hint I miu frtinrit to Itn
ilr mill K-iOTt every ilfhi-rliillon of
Klrmriuii. (iunii, Jtllloii nih) Knrolvirt
hkllllally ltb'iUickel, illiielnKnnil llruwii
InK i In ny Nlimtc. KlrkUcUii) work.
jnAnihip KUAri))l. ()iiUnuHrAiiriiinvtl
UNION HTIUJKT, HONOLULU,
THS RAILIIOAD MONAnOHY.
It Propose to BUM Further Bleed
Under tho hentliapr, "Tho Outrage
of Rofumliiit.'," tho San Francisco
Call editorially says:
Tho outrago propoiod bj tho
Pacific railroad refunding bills is
colossal. Fow people have jet taken
pains to inform lhomelvos so as to
fuliv comnrohottd it. Thoro ia $G0.-
O00,(XX) in first-uiorlg.igo bonds to
be provided for. There is S150.000,
000 In ecconil-inortK.11,'0 bonds and
accrued interest, which, added to
the firt amount, reaches S11K),(XX),
000 This is to m funded for fifty
years at 3 percont per annum. Tho
simple interest will amount to So,
700,000 annually, or for tho -fifty
years ?28o,000,(H)0l Grand total,
principal and interest, S17S 000,000.
To put such burden on tho peoplo
who most patronize tho railroads
means perpetual poverty.
But that is not all. Tho men who
run those roads hold $111,000,000 of
so-called paid-up stock, issued to
tticuiselvo. Mieir purposo in pro
curing an extension of timo and
rtilo under refunding is to make divi
dends on this stock. We cannot
figure on what thesu dividends may
amount to in the course of half a
culury, because thy will bo limit
ed only by tho amount that ran bo
rqueozod out of the peoplo of Cali
fornia and the country between horo
and the Missouri Kivcr.
Furthermore, tho fact remains
that with this refunding proposition
completed tho companies will bo
growing stronger and more indo-
fieudent of the Government and tho
aw every year. If they can control
Congress and beat tho peoplo now
by nivalis of a refunding bill, they or
their Buci-oosora will lie still better
able to do as they ple.vo with Gov
ernment and people riuht along for
fifty 3 ears more. Judging by ex
perience, interest will lie accruing
on the new bonds, for I hn companies
will bo collecting it from the people
and putting it in their pockots in
stead of paying it over lo tho Gov
ernment. Such is the magnitude of tho out
rage involved in the refunding prnpo
sit ion. Tho only way to ward off
this impending calamity is fore
closure. That will give tho Govern
ment the road toward repayment of
itM secoiid-mortgage bonds and ac
crued iuteiest. The debt is more
than twice what the roads are worth.
Tho privato estates of tho parties
who have overreached tho Govern
tuout are liable and cau be seized by
courts of equity to make good the
d-Dcioncy. Foreclosure, taking tho
road and all property belong
ing to it of right, Is simply
making the hot of a bad bar
gain for the Government' benefit.
With due diligence in applying pres
ent remedies and tho progress of
net t lenient tho Government may yet
recoup iWolf; at any rate, tho loss
will be made up to tho country by
virtue of regulated Government
competition in overland transporta
tion. Iiu what is of most, import
ance, foreclosure will wipe out S-ll-1,-000.0(H)
of bogus stock and relieve
the community of the burden of
payinr dividends thereon.
As for tho first-mortgage bonds,
amounting to (')0,tH)0,(K)0, for which
the Government uill become nmpou
Mlile, recourse must be had to suits
agaliiet the nerxous and estates of
those who liavo been looting the
roads, tho Government and tho peo
plo for the last thirty joars. Tliey
are amply able to pay ami u suit iu
equity would afford oppor'uiutiea
for showing the imijh and means by
which tho income and grants of
various kinds mado to the roads
have been diverted from their proper
course to enrich a few iudividuiln
In tho face of Mich astounding
facts will sensible people talk about
the impolicy of Government control
of a single line of railroad which
the Government has paid for. or the
tiaiiger oi nmiiairat-ciiig a university
when no real duugur of tint kind
Woman Hi XroUHora.
Topcka, Kan., Sept. '. About a
hundred of the nullrnge women of
Topeka will come out iu reform
die.-s. They have entered into an
agreement with Dr. liva llardiug
and Dr. Agues llavilaud, said to be
reduced to writing. This agreement
dcMTihoh the cimtuine. It is to con
sist of Turkish tiouers, covered by
a skirt reaching tho fold, a close or
loose waist, as the wearer may pre
fer, and cloth leggius lo match tho
trousers. It is the Intention of tho
Topeka woaiou to organize into re
lief squads, so thai a number of
them may bo on the streets all day
ami thus the community will be
come familiar with the reform.
Tho Oicitr Sick.
Vienna, Supt. 23. Telegrams re
ceived here I mm Cracow statu that
the Czar hud a fit of apoplexy dur
ing his stuy at Hjalotvosh which left
him sooti. His illuess is kept secret.
The Czar is mentally depressed be
cause of family troubles. The Czar
owitz, it is added, is unhappy about
his approacbiug marriage to Princess
Alix of Uuoho aud talks of renounc
ing his rights to tho throne. It is
reported that tho Grand Duke
George, the second sou of tho Czar,
has been summouud to St. Peters
burg. A Ooocl Apptttltu
Always accompanies good health,
and an absence of appetite is nn in.
dication of something wrong. The
uuiversal testimony given by those
who have u-d Hood's Snrsaparilla,
aa to its merits in restoring the
appetite, aud as a purifier of the
blood, constitutes the strongest re
commendation that cau be urged for
Hood's pills cure all livor ills,
biliousness, jaundice, Indigestion,
sick headache. t-Tie.
At Williams' Studio are to bo reeii
Portialln on Watuh Dials, which he
is making a specialty of. Lantern
Slides foi lecture by the set or
L. B. KERR'S
I HAVE JUST KK.CKIVKD A
LAItOK ASSORTMENT OF . .
ami Latest Styles.
THEHK GOODS WILL HE SOLI) IN
ANY QUANTITY KltOM A
100 Yards Down to Enough
to Make a Single Silt!
- AND AT -
Hard Times Prices!
L. B. KERR, - Impohtkk,
Eitate of P. S. Pratt, Deceased.
NotLe of Sale of Real Estate.
PUItfiUANT TO AN OKDKIt OK THK
Honorable Henry E. I'outmr, Second
Judge of the Circuit Court of tne First Cir
cuit, Itcpubllo of Hswsll, In the matter of
the Kntnlo of F. B. l'mtt, itcceiil, msdo
nnd entered on tho 10th dsy of Septotnbrr,
lHt, the undersigned, a Com tiiiimiotier ap
pointed for that purKie hy said order of
xnld Circuit Judxo, will ie-11 at public auc
tion, to the hlfthcst blddor, certain real
cktntcof the hald K. ti. l'mtt. deceaned,
df!crll)ol ivh follows:
The preiiilne nt Walklkl. Honolulu,
Onlin, tlesctlhcd In the following d-rdN. re
cur cil In the Hawaiian ItegUtry of Con
Tpyniicn. vis t Di-ed from h. H Allen to
l". H. l'rhtt dated June 0, IH73, recorded In
Hook .17, paRMiKJalid'Aai I 'ceil from 11.
(lilrs to K. ti. Pratt dalcl March 30. I37,
rrcorlitl In Book M, psgo 'J) I and '-1M.
Thr vale will take plncn at the front door
of tho Judiciary HulMIng, In Honolulu, nt
noon on TUESDAY, theuth day of Octo
ber, lSlH. Upset prlco, fjff.OUO. Terms
Cash, In U. 8. gold coin. Sale miliject to
continuation by tho kald Circuit Court.
Deeds nt oxa'iine of purchaser.
For further Inlornmtlon ennulre of Hie
undenlsned at the Judiciary lliilldlng Iu
Dated Honolulu, Sent. 13. IH'M
W. W. AHANA,
33) ITuuknu fltraat
lisb, Scuicb and Amencao Gooda.
Httl and Kit OiiMrantMvt
' 'loaning & Repairing
VutUAl Tale. 668. P. 0. Boi Ut
Excursion to Waikiki
B OE33STTS I
Notice to the Public I
QMITII WILL ItUN A PIIBAI EX-
O ctirslou to Walklkl. A Him will leave
from the Old Chinese Theatre, KlimHtri-et,
at Every Half Hour and Every Hour
(daily) to the Hirtetcar TerniiniiH, Wul.
WM. DA VIES,"
Rigger k Stevedore,
KHTIMATEb AND OONTKAOTB 0
ALL KINDS OF WORK
Tho rftmr W AIM AN AH )' '
Will run regularly botweeu till port aud
Walalua, Kwalhal, Mokulela, Keawe
nul and l'uulkl ou the laland of Oabu
For Freight. eto apply to the Captain
Iuuulre at uUlce ut J. B. Walkei
ivor tipreckele' Hank, Fort street C67 -U
A. F. Medeiros & Co.
Muvohaut il Tailors
Hoifl Hi., under Arllugtoo Hotel.
Latest Patterns in Suitings
Ketwtred hy Every BtuMinar
PEKFECT PIT OR NO SALE
Ring Up Butt) Telephones (22
HHi1 nl 1iiIIIiikis6Ii.)Iiii( Hlioi,
J'lwn .nr! iifMr Curt,
DUhexaud (IUntre Wanted I
locka, WAliihea and Jewelry Wanted '
Old Hold sud Hllrer Wanted I
T Hlobatl PrtQM Pail J
IU Klnif Btreot, Oornor of AUkoa,
txA J "
Brto Hftlf tho Amount nf Tour Oil
Bill Through Saving in l'igmnnt.
Every painter should uso Lucot, In
stead of Linseed Oil, becnuse:
1. Locol is more durable than Ltnseed
2. Lucol Is more economical than Lin
PROOF THAT LUCOL IS MORE
Hix yours of actual uso in exterior
liuuso iniutititt in Galifornia (I lie
most trying climato for pulnts), In
the burning Lent of tho Ariinna Doe
erl, tho Arctic cold of Alnsku, and on
tho Atlantic coast, liavo fully and
practically shown that LttooL always
outwears Linseed Oil under the same
conditions. All the acid works iu
Man Francisco have discarded Liu-
seed Oil for Lucot,.
ILLUSTRATE THIS YOURSELF
Put strong ammonia on Linseed nnd
Lucol paints. The, Linseed paint
am destroyed In a few minutes; tho
Lucol paints are practically uunllcet
cd. PROOF THAT LUCOL IS MORE
Drcsk up 1 lbs. pasto white lead
In one pint of Lucol, nnd the same
quantity in ono pint of Linseed Oil.
Spread tho paints on similar dark
surfaces for comparison. The Lucol
paint spreads us far ns and coviuV
much better than the Linseed paint.
To get equally good covering with the
Linseed paint you lutvo U uxo 'ij lbs.
of while lead lo one pint of Linseed
Oil. This means a saving of j lb. of
paste lead to each pint of Luroi. used,
or 0 lb, to every gallon, equivalent
to your saving mure than half the
llrst cost of tho Lircou
Litcoi. is not in competition with
cheap Linseed Oil substitute.
A for the Hawaiian Island
Wholesale p Retail.
KIM. I. LINK Hf
Silk 4iifl CoTion Uro Otiods.
Silk, Ijiirii anil rr;i(ie Shirts
-IK I'OMIM.KTH. hUm h
Manr hy VamaUita of Vnki.li.tuik
4W Wheu you are in nwi of any tin.
of Jalieee Ooodii, give iu llrst rsll n.t
av truing all around town
ITQH A 1ST,
80S 3Tort BU rxaurOvuitaXkXCciua
Pure 83 Milk
Delivered Twice Daily
TO ANY PART OK THE OITY.
otui S07-TELEPB0NES- Ball 4BD
IWJ-Ini P. IHKNHKRI), PrOfc
ASSIGNEE'S -:- SALE!
The Einirc Stock
WENNEK & CO.
WILL RE HOLD
Regardless of Cost.
nrlttv UftMl htBc1ftrOMi-4MBv
Cuminnu's Jpo nUt ka
ltrpmt)Uu altndH ,
FIO VKN KIOW Ai CO.,
41 N'liiaiiu HlrMi
VijuunithK, PlnmhiiiQ. Etc.
0KO0KEIIY slid OLABaWARK.
The undernl;uvd having ber-n appointed
Sole AgeDts (or tho Hawaliati Islands
fOS tllK eRI.KSRATKD
PROM THE WORKH OK
Burham, Williams & Co.,
Aro now prepared to give Estimates and
receive Orders for theso Engines,
of any size and stylo.
The Baldwin Locomotive Works
ARE NOW MANUFACTURING A
STYLE OK LOCOMOTIVE
Adapted (or Plantation Purpoiwi
A number of which have recently been
received at there Ixlands, and we will hare
pleasure in furnishing plantation agents
and managers with particulars of same.
The 8njxrlorlty of these Loconiotlves
over all other makes is known not only
here but Is acknowledged throughout the
WM. G. IRWIN & CO., Ltd.,
Bols Arjsots (or ths rtswslUn Inland.
"Stock Chief," 13,444.
Ktock Chh'f, Id HI: hy Blocking Chief,
VU'iOi by Clark Chief, M); by .Mambrino
Chief, It; by Man brlno Paymaster by
Mamb Ino by Imported Mevctuor; Stock
Chlel'eilam It D dl liv Antar. -IU50; by Al
inont .1.1: by Alexanders Abdallsh, 15; by
HNiiibletonlen, IU; by Abdnllsh, 1; by
Mauibilnohv fuKirt(d Messenger. "Lllto
Ilegels Like." lined to the bent.
Terms Cash. Fee S25.00.
. Further liifnriiiHtlon can be ob
A. R. ROWAT, I). V. H.,
IW tf.M tf art King Htrcet.
CASH 1AID FOR
Hawaiian Stamps 1
WEWILI.IIUY KOR CASH LAROK
or Small (Mautltles of Used Ha
wnllan Postage tilumm ut the (ollonlng
prices cr htuidred:
Cont, violet $ .S3
Cent, blue .S3
Cent, green W
Cunt, vermilion Lift
i unt, brown rft
iVnt, rno 40
IJiit, Violet; ISill luiiie lU
Out, dark blue 1.T&
Cent, light blue LIU
Cunt, green.. . . -.75
Cent, bluok -'.75
Cent, vermilion d.'.'-u
Cent, brow li i75
Cent, blank II.W
Cent, muiive . ... U.M
Cent, brown fi.'J.'i
Cont, red 10.AU
('out, purple . . . 1U.MI
C'ellt. red . IM.UU
, csriniiiu 'Jd.UO
.Stamnt which are torn ure not
WHiimi ni uuy one-. .Aciureon
V. O. Ilox 4VJ,
Washington, D.C., II. H. A.
(SH It-S tf
Or in Favor of
WE DE8IRE TO RECEIVE KREE
and oih'ii cxpri-Mdiins of opinion,
from the liihubltaiitH ot the Huwnllau
IshuidH, npou the !iiiistlm ot Auuexu.
tlou. the Rentorutiou of the Mouurcliy, or
the Formation of it Repulille.
TIiIh Ih deNlred, for the Information of
the people of the United Htaten. The iihiiih
of i-iu'li correxiKindeiit will not be tlxed, and
will be regarded an uoiilldential, if ho re.
AMERICAN NEWSPAPER KYNDI-
W.Tnu Eyek lliinleiihrook, M'g'r,
.'.11.1 M hireel, N. V
tMia it s tt Wiuhiiigtoii, i). c, u. a. a.
It can bo proved
Of any paper
Dr. LIEBIG & CO.
fytrm Dufturi fur Vhnmlt.
l)r Llohlg's liivlitonilor the grenteHt re
meily for rixmliial Weukuemi Uia of Mill
hooif und 1'rirute Dlm-iihes, overuniius 1'ry
malureue mid prepares nil for msrrluge
life's duties, pli'iisiires and reHinslbllttlesj
$1 trial bottle given or sent free to any one
describing sjmptomsj cull or address iW
Orary Ht., private entrance -titt Mason Hi.,
Han Krauelstio. Illit-Mly
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