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National Cane Shredder
IMTBNTHI) (INIIKK t'HK UWSOrTHN HAWAIIAN IHMIt
TUB UNDERSIGNED HAVE UEEN APPOINTED MOLE AOENTH FOB
these Shhkudkkb aud are now prepared to receive onlorH.
The great advantages to be derived from the use of the National Oark
dft&KDD&k are thoroughly established and acknowledged by Planters
The Urge number of Planum using them in the United States, Cuba,
Argentine Republic, Peru, Australia ami elxowbero, hear witnect to the
Tho Ueo of the BllttKimsH very Urguly augment the quantity of cant
the mill dm grind (25 to bO',), also the extraction of juice (5 to 12).
It is a great safeguard, making known at nuco uio presence- of any
pbce of iron, stakes from cars, or anything which would bo liable to damage
Uie mill, and allowing ample time to remove same before damaging the mill.
The diiKKPDKK is very strougly made, and from tho manner of its opera
Uon it cuts or tears these pieces of wood or iron without often breaking the
ditUKUDEK ; and if anything breaks, it is simply some of the knives or cutters,
which can bo quickly aud economically replaced. The tiHKKnutm, as its
name indicates, tears tuo cauo into shreds of varying lengths, perfectly open
ing it aud allowing tho mill to thoroughly press out the juices without re
quiring the irumenso extra power necessary to grind or crush the whole
cane. Tho Shkkddkk spreads the shredded cane uniformly and evenly to
the mill rolls, and does away with the necessity of spreading the bagasse by
hand butweeu tho mills, where -(.'grinding is in use. No greater amount ol
boiler capacity is required to operate the SHkkdijkh than that winch wa
sufficient for the mill, for the above i canons. We furnish full working
drawings for the installation of our Hiirkddbr, enabling any competent en
gineer to successfully install and start them.
In ordering Siikkddsks from us, pleaso send small sketch, showing the
diameter and width of the mill rolls with which Bueiduku is to bo connected,
also tho side (either right or toft hand as you face rhe delivery side of th
mill-, upon which tho mill engine is located, also the height from floor line
to center of front mill roll shaft, and distauco center this shaft to front end
of bed plate. Thcso Hhkkdukhs are now being used by tho Uilo Hugar Co.
and llawi Mill, Kohala, where they are giving great satisfaction.
V Price aud further particulars may bo had by applying u
0f III II.. "Tbomn Block.' j
ninaJ Tele. W P. 0. Boi 207. f
Just Received Hen's and Boy's Snits !
Colored TwccIb 7 GO
DiufcOtmln 7 50
Eughih Serje 0 00
Hoy iSmta (elegini) G 00
ChineHe, Japanese acid Indian Goods I
K3A Complete TAILORING ESTABLISHMENT
with Competent Cutters uud u complulo lino of Etiliwli itnii
Amtirican Suitingn. Perfect fit guuriiutocd.
A F1N12 LINE OF GENTS' HATS!
"Wicker "Ware in Great Variety.
51-53 King Street & 407 King Street.
G- O O IK X ifcF.
411 NUUANC S't'KKHl.
Inpiter anil Dealsr in Baropeaa liry anil Fancy Goods
ladles' Wareti of every description. AIo, fresh Hue of Chinese Uoods.
Pongee Sc "Wliite Sills: Pajamas
No. 1 White and Colored Mattings 1
Best Black and Green Chinese Tea. Crepe Shawls, Etc.
aV Fit UonrnnU'ed. Prices Moderate. n
:Mi"tvu.ELl Telephone E542
IMPORTER AND DEALKH IS
GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, FLOUR and FEED.
Frcab California Roll Bntter and Island Battar
lei Goods Recolfud by Ever;
All Orders faithfully attend to.
nhmiml aud packed wit!) care.
Lincoln Block, Kino StHrtrr,
Kir I'll TKI.KfriuNKa 'MO
Provision Dealers k Naval Supplies
trmtx 0ood by Cvbry CalllornU Steaaiii.
ICK - HOUSB - GOODS . A - SPECIALTY .
ISLANIW Ohiikhh SOLUHTII. fii 0f SATWrAOTION GUANVKII.
II. K. MnlNTYKK & HKO..
Groceries, - Provisions - and - Feed.
Nw Ono.li lUooUml hr KMry I'snkst from the KmMtni Hui simI Kurup
FIIKMH OALIKOKNIaT IMWmUOB -iiv"- KVKKV HTHAMKIt
All Unlsi (alUifully siuilidrd to slid Ouods Ullrl Ui sui
Ksrt of tb OltV KUKK
I sua an Onmu Soi.iiiitsu .SATursirriOk Oi vmantssu
IAUT IXJKNKK Jftittl AN II K1MU TKKKTt,
IRWIN 4c CO., LU.
thU Aumtt far the llntatiinn tttntuu
tl-Oo Cl0 Si., IimiIm li
Matnal Tel, m P. 0. 6oi M.
r O. HOX 47J
Steamer trom Sao Fitna&cb
BalUfsctlon guaranteed linn trnlar
Bkt. Fout and Alakcs Strkkts.
-f. O H4IX W7
f U. HOJt lift
Golden Rule Bazaar.
W. F. Rttyaoldi : Prop.
A -a &-A- Ir -Ji. -i.:
1 tbe Ulk ol all wbMltnrn.
ID LBS. IS HEAVY EHOOGB.
a E. WALKER
Asnt, HoDolnla, U. I.
Oinmisi Bie(. lirtkiti Si.
'Inmsr Botsl A Pibsss StraaN
Fanillj Wines and Brandies
aa Y&iira Old
Hi. N. RE3QXJA.,
VM MANAUKR. (Oiu
W1ELAND - EXTRA - PA1.E
Lager Beer !
2 SCHOONERS FOR 25 GBNTS
OHAS J. MoOABTHY,
8. 1. fiHAW, Proprietor
and Fine Beer
aV.lh TELBl'HONE 4UL
Oor. King and Nnuanu Btreet, Uonolnn.
AT THE ANCHOR
Oystar Cocktails 1
ateuar Brunnnn I
Vrdricksburg Ber I
Straight and Mixed Drinks
Of All Kinds and Best Quality.
fcwttwssl OaraT Elm i WaaanB Bto
- WILL ATTKNI) TO -
lioMraeM tod Stl or Proponj
Callaetlai li All Iti irtaoaii.
Orrioii No. 42 Usrchanl Htnwt.
The Hawaiian Minister on His Way
On tho Australia, wlnVh nrrivd
this tnoruinir, came Hawaiian Minis
ter L. A. Thurston, who is on bis
way to Washington, lie was accom
panied by his wifo.
"Politics, and in fact ororylhlnje
at the islands, nro unusually qui't,"
said Mr. Thurston thif uinrniuj,'.
"As a newspaper man remarked to
me, events don't happen tlioro any
more only incidents.
"TheKoya1istaronot making any
sign, and one does not hwtr a word
is to their further intentions. The
ex Queen keeps hersoH iu elos so
eliiMon." Mr. Thurston disclaimed nil know
ledge of the alleged Royalist plan
to ask for an indemnity from the
Uii'to'l Slates. He will proceed to
Washiniton to-night to resume the
actirodutiosof his office San Fran
m a m
Death of Count Kcstetics Bollovcd to
Be ft Mittako.
Tho reported death of Count Fes
totics at one of tho islands in tho
South Pacific is not credited ho re,
says the San Francisco Bulletin.
Tho Maripo.a brought no news of
any such character on her lat trip,
and the fact that tho story coinusby
tho Tropic Bird, a sailing vessel, 11
not considered nutlieiitic.
According to tho news by tho
Mariposn it was stated that tho
Count and Countess were unjo)iiig
good health and having a splendid
Thcro is no verification of tho
news of tho death of tho Count, and
whilo such a thing is possible it is
hardly probablo in view of the data
furnished only a short time ago.
Most Vmericans who travel in Eu
rope become indignant when they
see women working as farm hands.
But Itabbl Joseph Krauikopf of
Philadelphia, now in Germany, says:
"Such farm work for women is
neither degrading nor too taxing.
They have pledged to bocomo help
mates to their husbands and they ro
f;ard it their duty to lesson the
abors of their fathors, and, boing
physically able to do their share,
they regard it wrong to permit tho
stronger sex to slave themselves to
death whilo thoy are idling their
time away at home. Judging from
their happy and healthy loolts they
seem to bo nono the worse for taking
their places alongside the menfolk
for tho purpose of honestly earning
thoir bread. Had we a little more
practical good sense and less senti
mentality among our women at
homo, many a woman's life might bo
happier to-day, hnppir for being
more useful, and many a man's life
would bo fpared tho necessity of
slaving itfell to death to indulge a
wife's or a daughter's idleness and
Y. ML O. A. Claosoe.
Tho evening educational classes
of the Young Men's Christian As
sociation will commetico to-night.
The following subjoins will bo
Book-keeping. Teaehor, W. V.
Harris, hook-k-opcr to Lowers &
Cook. Monday evening, 7:30oVlouk.
Shorthand. Teacher, D. W. Cor
bott; system, Iiao Pitman. Ele
mentary class, Tuesday and Friday,
7 15 o'clock. 4dvaucod clans, Tues
day and Friday, 8 o'clock.
Typewriting. Teacher, D. V.
Corbett; machines, ltiuiilngtnu,Cali
graph aud Hammond. Monduy and
Thursday, 7:30 o'clock.
Drawing. Teacher, C. A. Hoilo
maun. Woduesday, 7:1 o'clock.
Heading, Writing ami Spelling.
Tuesday aud Friilny, 7 o'clock.
At the recent meeting of the Am
erican Sugar lt"(iuery Company at
New York it wai stated that tho
rash and cash asets of the company
were in excess or $18,000,000, and
that the earnings ou common slock
iu tho last fiscal year wero over SO
percent. These earnings for tho
last six months wore the largest iu
tho hUtory of tho company. Divi
dends ou common stock are 12 per
cent per annum, payable quarterly.
It is reported that tho com jinny is
behiud tho revolt among tho Louisi
ana planters ovor tho abolition of
the bounty. We fancy it makes lit
tle difference to tho company whe
ther there is a duty on foreign or a
bounty ou domestic sugar. S. F.
With Mingled Feeliuga.
For combination of business and
sentiment this notice is hard to beat:
"Mr. Bronson has the honor aud re
gret to in form his patrons and friends
that he has just published a new
waltz, 'The Breeze of Outario,' aud
lost his daughter, Susau Deborah,
aged fifteen years. Tho waltz is on
sale at all musio sellers, and the
fuueral will take place to-morrow
morning at 11 o'clock." Chumbm'
Dr. Rnfcal Nuuez, President of
the Republio of Colombia, diod
lately of gastric fever.
Mr. Reeve, solicitor of the treasury,
Washington, has given nu opinion
that the tariff law went into opera
tion August 28, tho dato on which
the bill beeamo n law, not August
1, the date tueutioned iu the enact
a a i . .
At Williams' Studio are to lie semi
Portraits on Watch Dials, which he
is making a specialty of. Lantern
Slides for lecture by tho set or
J, W. Chapuiau caters for ban
quets, socials, private dinners and
garden parties. Weddings a special
ty, He cau bo found at all hours at
Saus Souci or will call ou nuy ladies
or gentlemen who will address him
through the Post OUlce.
Beet Sugar in Utah.
Beet sugar by irrigation has prov
ed a success in Utah, as told by tho
manager of tho Lechi factory, which
costs some 600,000, and which con
sumes 80,000 tons of beet in a sea
son, paying tho farmer $5 per ton.
resulting in a not profit to him of
135 per acre. The factory has been
in operation three years and has
produced, in 1801, 1,100,000 pounds;
In 1892, 1,500,000 pounds; in 1893.
4,200,000 pounds, and this year will
turn out 5,000,000 pounds of refined
sugar. All of this is by irrigation,
yet it would require 1000 such fac
tories to supply the home demand
of tho United States. Corr. X. V.
''Many of the citizens of Rainsville,
Iudiana, are never without a bottle
of Chamberlain's Cough Remedy in
tho house," says Jacob Brown, the
leading merchant of tho place. This
Kerned v has proven of so much value
for colds and croup In children that
few mothers who know its worth
aro willing to be without it. For
sale by all dealers. Benson. Smith
& Co., Agents for the Hawaiian Isl
ands. Carefully Weighed
Calculations tad to Correct Results.
Where ptople tnnlt a Kihtult 0 fn luppoih
ing that good plctum are ntttvarUy niw
We are nlllng ptclurtt trtry ifiiy, ft to grace
any hnme, the prictt of trhtch irotiM ii!oufi
thote twt acquainted ulth the fact.
It it not neeettarj to git nfnl proof etching
or tngrnxlng In order to hart a uorL of art.
The methoil of reproduction now In rogue,
malee It pontile for people of Moderate meant
at veil at their wealthier neighbor, to gratify
their taitefor the beautiful.
(treat range for the dttplay of tatte, In the
telectlon oftubjectt, ttafforded fcy our keeping
ptcturei In thret form niul inoutdlngt from
which to telect the frames.
One need nrrer be at a Ion to know tehat to
give at a preient, at any Unit or for any pur'
pote,for there It nothing better than a picture.
tm- And KINO 1)110$. It the place to get
JUST TO HAND
A NEW 80PPir Or THR
Genuine Budweiser Beer
BIIKWSD nr TUB
Anhonoor-Busoh Browing As
sociation and OF
SCHLITZ'S MILWAUKEE BEER.
Solu Agents for tbu Unwallan
to let. with or iitmnt
l 'srd, on I'ihoh Hviare.
rpVO ItOOM COTTAOE
X at Cuuli-'s Mu btrv,
l'..nolibo street, with
Kiiciiuii, Dliilntt-rofiiii ami
llaturooin. nout I0 pr month.
A 5-KOOM COTTAOE ON Amr-v
Yntini sir, n... AVaw .
. ---.. ...., ...,
I.KW1B J. LKVEY,
Itoom for single Ken
tleuian situated on liere-
Inula itreot. IS mlnatai'
walk from Post OUlce. Address "O.,"
this offloe. KW2-U
A1 WAlKIKi ONTHA
quarters for one or two Bin
k'le Oentlsinen: board od-
tloital; bathioK taolllUt good. Kor parti
Hiottt Hniil.KTIN OFKK1R,
nPHK PREMIflKS ON
X School and Emma
atrreta. Mtely In Ihoccu-
eat "li of Mr. Uo. w.
Smith and known as ' Kehehuna "
ihehuna " For
fmtliur (laitlouUri apply at th offlre of
BOOMS AND BOAKO.
l(mie. Jtoonib with
er without bara; llnotof
rlinll fAmllv pnntrlnn
tlbO UUtbln itoom fur tinman
, Appiy to
M ATlllin limit
Itnretunla strrut, ueit door to J)r. Andvr
""' IIS(I-1 m
roa bent on lease
JL I'miiilicx iu Nuusnii
Vallfy Itimon as the Old
Ice Work. Uroiiiiilimin.
lain .m aires. Jluute Is roomy aim Iu
(ro4ni irp.tr APiilloaitonswIll berreslTet
lor iIoum and Uroniida Miarauily or a
wiioia. Apply at Uauk of Olau. Hpiaokals
L. B. KERR'S
I HAVR JUST RRCKIVKD A
LABOR A8HOKTMKNT OK . .
and Latest Styles.
THESE GOODS WILL DE BOLD IN
ANY QUANTITY FROM A
100 Yards Down to Enongh
to Hake a Single Salt!
- AND AT -
Hard Times Prices!
L. B. KERIl, - Impoktmi,
Estate of F. S. Pratt, Deceased.
Notlte of Sale of R al Estate.
PURSUANT TO AN ORDER OF THE
Honorable Hmry E. Cooper. Secunit
Judge of the Clntilt Court ot tuo First Cir
cuit. Republio of Hawaii. In tho matter of
thu Kttate of F. S. Pratt, dccoatd, made
and entered on tho '0th day of Boptomorr,
it'll, tbe undersigned, Commltrlonet ap
pointed for tlist ptupO'O by said order of
raid Circuit Jndrfo, will ll at publlo auc
tion, to the highest blddir, crtsln real
estate of the said K. S. Pratt, dercasrd,
described as follows!
The premises at Watkikl, Honolulu,
Oabu, described In the following drnli. re
cor. ed In the Hawaiian Registry of Con
veyances, vtt i Deed from K. 11. Allen to
F 8. I'rxtt dated Juno 0, 1873, recorded In
Hook S7, pages Hi and 2Ui lced fiotn II.
Oil's to F. . Pratt dated March 80. 1H70,
recorlcd In Rook m, psgo 11 and l".i'i.
Thu talo will take place at the front door
of the Judiciary RulMIng, In Honolulu, at
noon on TU Kb I) AY Iheflth day of Octo
ber, 1891. Upx-t price, SIMM). Terms
Cash, In U. 8. gold coin. Hate subject to
confirmation by the said Circuit Court.
Deeds at expense of purch-ser.
For further Information onoulre of tho
undersigned at tho Judiciary building In
Dated Honolulu, Pent. 13. IK"I.
W. W. AHANA.
las sruMAa'tt atsi
Relish. Scotcti Uu Amencao Goods.
Style and Fit UiiaranKwd.
Cleaning & Repairing
luinil Tele. 618. P. 0. Box Hi
Excursion to Waikiki
Notice to the Public I
SMITH WILL RtlN A OIIBAP EX
curalon to Walklkl. A Ilu- will leave
from the Old Chinese Theatre, King street,
at livery Half Hour and Every Hour
(daily) to the Street car Terminus, Wal
WM. DA VIES,
Rigger It Stevedore,
KHTIMATEb AND CONTRACTU ON
ALL KINDB OF WORK
ThuStrar "WAIMAN ALO"
Will ran regularly between this port ann
Walalua, KAwalhapal. Mokulela, Keawe
nul and Fuulkl on the Island of Oaho.
For Freight. eto apply to the Captain.
Inanire at office of J. B. Walkei
over Bpreckeli' Rank. Fort atreet, 7- tf
A. F. Medeiros & Co.
Merchant "H Tailors
Hotel Hu, notler Arlington Hotel.
Latest Pattern! in Suitings
Koelnd hv Every Hteamar
PER1-ECT FIT OR NO SALE
Ring Up Both Telephones 122
4tnH at HriJIinjttr't HaoelngMhi.il
i.), trMt near Fort,
Dtshes and Olamware Wanted!
Clocks, Watuhes and Jewelry Wanted t
Old Oold and Silver WanHsl I
W WfkMt frtoM NMI Jtk
114 Slag itreet, Comer of Alakaa.
Save Half the Amount of Tour OU
BUI Through Suvlnn In Pigment.
Every painter slimiUl uso Lucol In
stead ( Linseed Oil, because:
1. Lri'OL Is more durnhle than Linseed
2. LccoL Is more tamoinkal than Lin
PHOOF THAT LUCOL fS MORE
Six years of nctunl line in exterior
liotire imlniiti in Culifortiiit (tho
must trying climate for paints), in
the litirnitiK Iteut ol tlio Arixonu Des
ert, tho Arctic cold of Aluekii, and on
the Atlantic const, linvo fully and
jinictirally llOWll Hist Lucot, always
oulwi'iirs Linseed Oil under tho sumo
conditions. All tho ocid works in
Han Fn nciici h.ive dipcaided Lin
setd Oil (or Lucni,.
IIJiUHritATE THIH YOURSELF.
Put ktMiii; iini)iiinlii on Linseed and
Lutol i:iiiiii. Tim Liiihced paints
ate do-troyed in h few niiniites; tho
Lurol paitiin are practically unaffect
ed. PROOF THAT LUCOL 18 MORE
Break up 1 Dim. pasto whito lend
In one pint of Lt'coi,, and thu ssine
qiinutity in ono pint of Linseed Oil.
Spread tho paints on similar dark
surfaces for comparison. Tho Lucol
paint sprcndi ns far as mid covert
much lictter than tho Linseed paint.
To got equally good covering with tho
Linseed i ml nl you havo to uso 2) lbs.
of n'liiiu lend to one pint of Linseed
Oil. This men ns a saving of j lb. of
paste lead to each pintot Lucol used,
or G lbs. to every gallon, equivalent
to your saving mnro than half tho
first cost of thu Lucou
Lucol is not in competition with
cheap Linseed Oil substitutes.
n n uw.,
A6diil!. (nr the Bawaffao Islands
W ' vr.. v
fa u'5(f V
- KIIU. LINR Of .
Slit and Coitoo Drass C.ooJ.s,
KU., tn. Klo. (Cm
iSilk, Linen anil Crape Shirts
-OK rOMPLKTK HTOHK
viailt liy Yaiusuiyaol YokohaniM
r Wlicn yuu nrr Iu nerd of any turn
if Jspaueke OmmIs, give ni rlr-l mil nd
fH going all around town
aoa Xtort Bt. xxaavz Cujitotzx ZCoum
WCDTZ. SA.TiH3 I
Delivered Twice Daily
TO ANY PART OF THE OITY
nul 507-TELEPHONES- BaU 460
lllcMm P. IBKNDERQ, Prop.
ASSIGNEES :- SALE I
The Entire Stock
WEiNNER & CO.
WILL BE SOLD
Regardless ol Cost.
mvtlmrm It ft Mt tin Vxrlftr tavAwaM
CouipHuu'e Olors tnttt hs
irvoniHttf utitntiM to.
I heg to Inform Hportlng Men ami the
Gcniiral Pnhllu that I am prepared to lis.
i-lr and Renovsle ver drseriiillon of
Firearms. Hum, Itllles and Revolvers
skillfully lie-stocked. Iiliielnaaud itrown
lug done In nny thsde, KlrUcln work
msiiahlii guarnt-il Otinlotnsri tiromptly
UNION SXilKKT, HONOLULU,
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