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National Cane Shredder
rATINTrtll PNtlRH THR LAWB OK THR HAWMIAM IHI.a !
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PRE UNDKKSIONED HAVE BEEN APPOINTED riOLE AUK NTH FOE
these BUKKDDKKfl and are mm prepnred to receive order,
The great advantages to be derive J from the uo of tbu National Oabb
duuKUUKB ure thoroughly established and acknowledged by Planter
The Urge number of Planter using them tu the Uultcd HUtes, Uulm,
Argentine ttepublio, Peru. Australia nd eleewbere, bear witness tu thn
The useuf the rJtlKKOuKA vry hugely augment the quantity of oac
the mill can griud (25 tu 50), also the extraction of juice (b to 12).
It is a great safeguard, making kihiwu At once the presence of any
piece of Iron, stakes front can, or anything which would bo liable to damage
the mill, and Allowing ample time to remove came before lUmnglng the mill.
The Hhhbuoru U very strongly made, and from the manner of it opera
Uou it cut or tear ttiee piemen ol wood or trou without often breaking the
(Imhkuoku; and if anything breaks, it ii simply norauof the knivpt or cuvterv,
which can be quickly and economically replaced. The Shrkdukb, a it
aame indicates, tears the cane into shreds of varying lengths, peifeotly open
ing it and allowing tint mill U thoroughly pretw out the juices without re
quiring the imuieu'e extra power nect ry to griud or crtteh the whole
oaue. Tlio Hhhkddkh fpreitdi the shredded cane uniformly and evenly to
tlie mill rolls, and doee away with the necessity of sureatliuK the bagasse by
hand between the mills, where regritiilitig is in use. No greater amount of
boiler capacity is required U operate the KlIHKUDKK tu.u that which war
tittbcieul (or the null, for the alnive reasons. We furnish full vorkiug
drawings for the installation of our 8iikiiikus, euahling any competent en
gineer Ui sticcessfull) install ami start them.
In ordering Siihkiiokhs from us, please send small sketch, showing thi
diameter and eridih ol the mill rolls with which riMKRluut ia to lc connected,
also the side (either right or left hand .is you face the delivery side of the
mill,, upon which the mill engine is located, also the height from floor lint
to center of front mill roll shaft, and distance center this shaft to (runt em!
of bed plate. These Shkkudkk are now beiug Used by the Hllo Hngar (lu.
and tlai Mill, Kobala, where they are giving great satisfaction.
0" Pnetw aud further particular may bo had by applying to
V7M G. IRWIN & CO., L'd..
m t "'' AquU fm tte lltfniinn ttotwtt
(.olden link Bazaar.
V. F. aerdotAt, : Proi-
KwongSiDgLoyt SING LOY
OT Hog St., "Tmraii Black."
loinal Ma. 33a
41-63 list St.. ' liiBtln li
P. 0. 801 Wi.
P. 0. 6oi207.5lQ!QOlTelB. 6S5
Just Received Hen's and Boy's Snits 1
Colored Twoti-ls 7 GO
D''ujoiilrt 7 50
English SiTge G 00
boy Suitn (ulegiiiH) 0 00
Chilis), JnpaiicH and Indian Goods !
KS-A Cuinjilute TAILORING ESTABLISHMKN1
with Ciujji'U!iit Cut tt:i and a complute line of bhigliHh and
Amtiriciiii SuitingM. Purt'oct fit guaranteed.
A FINE LINE OF GENTS' HATS!
Wicker "Ware in Great Variety.
51-53 King Street & 407 King Street.
ui nuuanu sruiibi.
Iipiler aid DeaM is Boropeau Dry and Faacy Goods
Ladles' S'rm ot e? fry dmorlpllon. Alro, (rush line of dilutee Ooods.
Pongee 8c "Wiiite Sills. Pajamas
No. 1 White and Colored Mattings 1
Iteht Black and Green Chinese Tta. Ciepe bhawln, Kte.
gm- Kit Diuiraiitnl. l'nitf" Meliorate. "a
I'Ki.r.l'Miin a i if
V tl Hi IX I7K
IMI'OUI'Kli AM) IJKALKU IN
GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, FLOUR and TEED.
Fresh Calllornia Roll Baiter and Island Bntttr
Calllornla Roll Baiter
gjr ALWAYS UN
Kb Goods Becelved tij Ever; Steamer from Sao Francis
gm- All llnlerk tnilalully alUtncl u. bMliBlnr.tlon xuitraiiuml luiauit urnao
miiriUMl mid uutkl Willi cam
Linihiln Hukik, Kinii Strbct, Brr. Fort nr Alakk Sthcrts.
MUfU I'Kl.ltl'HUNKH -IMS
If. U. tUIX IMI
111 If OUT
Importers, Wholesale A' Retail II
Profision Dealeri It Natal Supplies
nth Qoofe by Birj Calilormla StMawr.
ICK - IK )USK - GOODS - A - SPKCIALT .
Imlani Oniikiu. Souhhtbu. Tf g0T STirimimOoAMirrn.
MAX O'RKLIi IN FRI800.
Borne Fxtracts From tho Lntciit Book
by Vhis Noted Fnmch Author.
MORMONS NOT WANTED.
North Carolina Begulators Make
Them Leave the Country.
iL-tJL.-A A i. i i. ft A
I th talk of alt wlieclmrn.
19 LBS. IS HEAVY ENOUGH.
H. E WALKER
Agnt, llonol'iln, II. I.
Cnmmiui Block, lirtbiul Si.
1 19 Lbs,
0TMir RiM k Maunoii lltraat
Family Wines and Brandies
83 Years Old
JED. N. R-H5QXJ-A.,
iiRMi MANAUKR Itini
"W1ELAND - EXTRA - PALE
I SCHOONBBS FOR 26 GENTS
11. K. MolNTYKK & BKO.,
f. H4U lA
mrotrma mi pki,m i
Groceries, Provisions - and - Feed.
No UinnU HmwIvmI by Bvry Hnat fnmi th Kirn Hil ao.l Kurnp
rKKNH IMLIKOKNIA . IMttlUUOE IJY KVKHV HTKAMKIt
l)IITIMl to aa
Ini.imii Oaoaaa .S(iLMitTi
AJT OOittfKU yoiti
allvmlril Vi ami KimhI
of Ihr Hilt KKKK
6. 1. BIIAW, l'ruprletor
In "John Bull & Co.," the lntot
book of Paul Blouot, bottor known
as Max O'Ri'll, there aro sovoral
paragraphs which hnvo a local inter
est, says the San Fraucisco Bullotin.
Here is one:
"I confess that San Francisco it
self disappointed me. I scarcely
know why, but I had an idea that
this town must bo quite dilTernut
from tho other larao towus of Amer
ica. Its name had sitpg'tited to my
mind a pla?e half Spanish, half
Mexican, with an individuality of its
own. In reality it is but another
New York, Chicago or Cincinnati.
Market street, tho chief street, differs
littlo from Broadway, New York,
Washington street, Boston, or State
street, Chicago. Everywhere the
same square blocks, tho eternal
parallelograms, the same gaudy ad
vertisements, tho simo flaring pos
ter. In tho quarter where the rich
people havo taken up their nboifo
the houseit aro handsome, but have
tint gardens one would expect to soil
around them. The l'ark Is beauti
ful and Terr remarkable, a being
tho result of a clover victory over
the inM of fitjo saud that lay be
tween San Fraiicico and tlie sea.
This sand, which halt blinded the
city every time the wind blew in
from the ocean, is now bound into a
fair lawn by buff!o gras, and is
planted over with California' lovo
trees aud flowers. Near liv. that is
to say, at three-quarters of nu horn's
drive from tho town, are the Seal
Books, covered with tho creatures
that give them their name, and a
visit to them also means a sight of
the grand expanse of the I'auiilo
Ocean washing in on an apparently
endless beach of smooth yellow
Of course, Mr. Blouet visited
Chinatown, as evervbodv does who
visits San Franuisco, aud this is what
ho says of it:
"I have heard a great deal about
Chinatown, and have boon advised
not to leave San fraucisco without
vlsitimr this Chinese Quarter. I ex
pected to Gnd a bit ol the Orient in
this great Western city, but what I
did see was a slum, a rubbish heap,
fit to turn one sick, a disgrace to a
town which, after all, must be direct
ed aud governed by respectable peo
ple Thirty or forty thousand Chi
nese swarm in an atmosphere heavy
with rancid grease, tobacco, musk,
sandalwood, and in the midst of
gambling-hells, onium dens, houses
of ill fame, the blinds of which aro
not even lowered a vile crowd liv
ing by the most shameless vice in
most ignoble dirt and this not in
somo outlying suburb, where it
might bo convenient to fling the
rubbish of tho community, but iu
tho very center of the city.
"Heaven bo praised, I roon forgot
the amazing horrors of the plsce
but tho odor of it long hung about
At- Apia M. Blouet mat Robert
Louis Stevenson, the novelist, whore
wife is a Suu Francisco woman. He
"Iu Samoa wo breakfasted at a
littlo hotel on the bsy and there we
had the pleasure of making tho ac
quaintance of Robert Louis Steven
sou. Mr. Stev-iison has very deli
cate health; the fine climate of Sa
moa tempted him to settle there
and for several years he has been
living iu the hills above Apia with
his family. We found him full of
activity, happy, ingiug the praties
of Samoa and Stuioaiis, and iu a
state of health which allowi him to
continue the product ion of tlnno
clirfnl'ccuvr' that are eagerly devour
ed iu England. 'The Master of
Uallautrae' is a book which will lbe
as loug as tho 'Tom Jones' of Fluid
iug. ' Vfter breakfast, whi.'h consisted
not of a slice of cold missionary n lu
moularde, but of fresh eggs and good
beefsteak, we went on the veranda
to smoke and talk, with the magnifi
cent roup Wall dI the blue bay spread
out in frout of u, and thvu wu left
to stroll about the town.
"It was Easter Sunday and we
wended our way to the uathodral.
All along the road we met the na
tives, who smiled at us mid made
signs of friendliuo. 'Welcome,'
said some as they jia'-ced; 'My love
to you,' said ethers. Wlint gentle,
pretty t-avagu! And how men tin
women looked iu lliiiirlo(KraeueK,
like those wo i-aw iu WoivIiiIii, their
hair tidily bound up, and their
rounded figures carried ereel I Two
or three had adopted European
dress, but the eflVct was very ludi
crous. Mrs. Sievenson had told us
that it was the ambition of the ua
live women, as soon at they could af
fotd it, to dress in European fashion;
but I imagine that siuco they have
seeu that lady iu the richly em
broidered silk gown, mado iu tho na
tive fashion, which she was wearing
when she spoke to us. they feel much
less luclined to spend ilieirHiilistance
on corsets. The children the little
A Raleigh, N. C, despatch of
Sept. 1-1 says: Mormon missionaries
are uowhere welcome in North Caro
lina and have been chased out of a
number of counties. Last month
four of them were at work in Guil
ford county. They conducted their
work mostly among the most ignor
aut country people and always held
their meetiugs at night. News of
their work spread aud fifteen promi
nent farmers of that section Deter
mined the Mormons should go.
Thoy were not disguised. Two had
guns. They wont in daylight to tne
nouso of James Banister, whero they
found the four Mormons. They
notified the latter that thoy must
leave at once and said they would
escort them out of tho country.
Thev declared no violence was in
tended, but the Mormons must go.
The latter were placed on horseback
and the processlou moved off. Tho
Mormons wore so pleased that uo
violence was done them that they
complimented the regulators. Spe
cial d'tjialch to Ihr O'.obe Democrat.
L. B. KERR'S
I HAVE JtTST ItKCEIVKD
LAUUK ASSORTMENT OK .
and Latest Styles.
THESE OOODS WILL BE SOLD
ANY QUANTITY FROM A
Thore is uo medicine 10 often
needed in every homo and so admir
ably adapted to the purposes for
which it is iutended, as Chamber
Iain's Pain Balm. Hardly a week
pasnes but some member of tho
family has need of it. A toothache
or headache may bo cured by it. A
touch of rheumatism Or nouralgia is
quieted. The severe pain of a burn
or scald promptly relieved and tho
sore healed iu much less time than
when medicine had to bo sent for.
A sprain may be promptly treated
before iuflammatiou sets in, which
insures a cure in about one-third of
the time othorwis required. Cuta
and bruises should recoivo immedi
ate treatment before the parts bo-
come swollen, whien can oily bo
done wheu 1'ain Balm is kept at
hand. A sore throat may bo cured
before it becomes serious. A trou
bloomo corn may be removed by ap
plying it twice a day for a week or
two. A lame back may be cured
aud several days of valuable limo
saved or a puin in the side or chest
relieved without paying a doctor
bill. Procure a 50 cent bottle at
onco aud you will nover regret it.
For sale by all dealers. Benson,
Smith K Co., Agents for tho Hawai
100 Yards Down to Enough
t Make a Single Salt!
Lccol Is more durable than Linseed
- AND AT -
Hard Times Prices!
L. B. KERtt, - Impohtku.
JUST TO HAND
A NEW SUPPLY OK THB
Genuine Budweiser Beer
SRIWID BY Tilt
AnhouBor-Busoh Browing As
sociation AND of
SCHLITZ'S MILWAUKEE BEER.
and Fine Beer
BELL TELKI'HONE attl.
Oor. King and Nnuann Street, Honolulu.
AT THE ANCHOR
Oyatar OockUUa I
aoar Brunnen I
Fredericksburg Beer I
Straight and Mixed lirlaai
Of Ail Kinds and Beit Quality.
SMtkwMt nratr Uai k Rasaaa ats.
- WILL ATTEND TO -
liuTigeieoi tod Silt of PropM)
Cellectlii li All Iti Britches.
Orritiai No. S Merchant Htrtwl.
CkqMIods Lead tu Correct tails.
lI'Afrf ptojih ml a miitult it In tuypot
imj thai govit plcturtt are nrrritartfy tijtn
ilte. ll art itlllny pltturtt titnjlay,fittogiaet
any hnmt, the prlcri 0 which irouM mtonUh
thine nut iicimfiitfi ui'(i the fact.
It U not iitc(iiir la get a fint proof etching
or engnnlnj lit order to hint a uurk oaiL.
The method 0 reproduction now in vogue,
iitalct It jwiillte for people of moderate meant
ni well ni their wealthier neighbor, to gratify
thttr taste fur the beautiful.
Great range for the itiiphy oftatle, In the
ulectlon ofiubjecti, ItaJJurded by our keeping
pleturet ii thetl form and mouldlngi from
which to lelrct the framet.
due need neecr be at a lore to know what to
give at a prttent, at any time or for any pur
poie,for there U nothing letter than a picture.
Car- And Kh( DUOS it the place to get
Bole Agonta for the Hawaiian
Estate of f . 8. Pratt, Deceased.
Notke of Sale of Real Estate.
IUR8UANT TO AS ORDER OK THE
Himorublo Henry E. Cuoiwr, Hecurvl
Jui1k ot the Circuit Court ut the First Cir
cuit. Itepubllo of Hawaii. In the matter of
the Katate ot F. 8. l'rntt, dcceaM, niajf
andenterrdon the lOthdayof Kepteinhcr,
111, tne umipniianea, a uoiiimimi
Save Half the Amount of Your Oil
Bill Through Saving In llginent.
Every painter should uno Lucol in
stead of Liusccd Oil, bccntisQ:
2. LccoL is more economical than
PKOOF THAT LUCOL 18 MOKE
8ix years of actual uo in exterior
house palming in California (the
most trying climate for puints), in
tho burning licul ol the Arizona Des
ert, tho Arctic cold of Aliinkn, and on
the Ail.iutic coast, have fully and
practically eliowii that LvcoL always
outwear Litmed Oil under tho same
conditions. All the Held works in
San Francisco buvc discarded Lin
seed Oil for Liicol.
1LLU3TUATE THIS YOURSELF.
Put etrnni! Hinmonia on Linseed and
Lucol paint. The Lincccd paints
aro de-truyoil in a few minutes; tho
Lt 1 1 ol paints are practically unallecl
cd. PROOF THAT LUCOL 18 MORE
Break up 1 lb, patio whito load
in ono pint ol Lt'COL, and tho same
(inutility in ono pint of Lltuccd Oil.
Spread the paints on rlmlliir dark
Mirfacch for comparison. Tho Lucol
paint spreads an far us and covers
much bolter limn the Liiineed p.iint.
To get equally good covering with tho
Linseed paint you havo to uno 2 lbs.
of white lend to one pint ot Lincccd
Oil. Tins means a saving of J lb. of
panic lend to each pint of Lucol, used,
or 0 Ibi. to every gallon, equivalent
to your saving more than half tho
firnl conl of the Lucol..
Lucol Ik not in competition with
cheap Linseed Oil Mibnlitules.
noliitml lor that MiriKXO liv
hld Circuit Jmlxe, will fl at puhllo alio
Agunts for th?, Hawaiian IsUniiR
WO ROOM OOITAOK
I uo bj fte with
Knc'ien. Dlnliu-ionni and
Hntti'Oiin. i.ent $10 ! r month
Younii street, mar
boys especially made us exclaim iu
admiration. Tho ladies wanted to
kiss them all."
A Grand Feature
Of Hood's Sarsaparilla is that while
it purifies tho blood and sends it
coursing through the veins full of
richness and health, it also imparta
new life and vigor to every function
of the body, lloncetlio expression
so often heard: "Hood's Sari-parilla
made a uew person of mo." It over
comes that tired feeling so common
Hood's Pills aro purely vegetable,
perfoctly harmless, always reliable
Itooni for single ki-
tloman 8ltuntel nn llere-
Umla street, 16 inliiutes'
walk frnai Post Olllce Adilress C.
this utrioe. I(KJ O
VT WAIKJJU ON THB
iuartrb for one or two Sin
gle Uentlemen: board od-
itonal; bathlna; facilities Kood. For parti.
lirVHtf HULI.KTIN OKKK1R.
lion, to the hluhekt bldclr. certain real
eatato of the hold F. H l'ratt dcceaixd,
deirlbcd an folluwil
Tlie premises at Walklkl, Honolulu,
OaliUi (letoilbeil lu the folluvi lug deeds, re
cor cd In the Hawaiian Registry of Cou
veyuiicei, vis I I)oit from K. H. Allon to
F ti. Prntt dated June 0, IH7J, recorded In
llook H7, imKes-. ami Hit I'ced from II.
Qll-s tu F. H. l'ratt dated Mnruh 00. UK,
recur led In llook 31, piR0 IS I and 'M.
iUftaie win ibkf n hcbi inn irouiunor
of the Judiciary Hull.llnK. In Honolulu, at
noon en TUESDAY, thellih day of Octo
ber, IVM. Upset price. IIA.UOu. Toruis
Cash, in U. H. told coin. Hate subject to
confirmation by the said Circuit Court.
Deeds at expense of purchaser.
For fitrt ti- r Informal! ennnlrn of the
undersigned at the JudlcUry Ual'ding In
Dated Honolulu, bent. 13. '8'H
Excursion to Waikiki
Wholesale jf Retail.
f II i.i. LINK UK
StU and Cotlou Omss Ooods.
Silk, liiii'ii ;iiiil Crape Sliirts
-OK COMPI.KTK HTIMIK
MnUc Oy Yamat.ifa of Yoknuani
MS When you are In need of any line
of Jane Ooods, give na rlrsl naif and
um irniiiK all around Uiwn
Ot .ToTt BU. iMftX Cuitoia Koum
tffeafc avMfls 5
Nutice to the Public !
CMITH WILL JtU.N
kj curslon to Waikiki.
Ladies who aro on the lookout for
Christmas presents should call at
tlie Ceylou jeweler's store on Nuu
anu street, where they can buy the
best gems out from Ceylon at clear
ance sain prices. There nre rubles,
sapphires, emeralds, pearls.catH1 eyes,
etc. Also handmade laces, ami
everything is being sold out regard
less of cost.
If your lubtcrljition ha rxpirrd now
it a good timt to rnnev it,
rpHK rilKMIHKS ON
A Uchool and Kiuiua
streets, lutely in the ocou
oat en of Mr. Uco. W.
Bmltli, mid known as "Kebeliuun " For
fmtliur pattluiilars apply at the olllre of
llSS-lf CfcCIL UHOWN.
BOOMS AND BOABD.
or without hi ami Mnustof
treiiuli lamllv rooklnu.
also Utable hoom fur hoi pes,
llHretnnla itrrtt. next door to Dr.Auder-
A CHF.AP EX-
A Illlx will lodVi)
from the Uld (Ihlnese Theatre, Klin; ntrret,
at Evry Half Hour and Kvery Hour
(daily) to the Street car Terminus. Wai
Thu Best Lancb in Town.
1'trm a.iid OofT-e
Rigger & Stevedore,
W R.IC OKB1R
VhTlMATKo AN1 Ouf.TKAL m iim
ll.L KlNKb UK WllKK
The St mr "WA 1M VN A LU '
Will run regularly netweHU this port and
Waialua, Kitwaihapai, Mokuleia, Kenwe
nnl and i'uuiki on the Island of Onhu.
For FrelKht. "t".. apply lo the Captain.
Iliuulre hi oltlre of .1 ti. Walker.
oer hpreel Hank Fort etrnM 'ft7- tf
ASSIGNEES ;- SALE I
The Entire Stock
1 ALL UOt'Ryi
FOB BENT OB LEASE
A 1'iHiulien iu Nuuslill
Valley kuuu as thu Old
I cm Work ' Uruiiuiliniiii.
tain INK aires House Is rixiniv un in
kihmI i e pair AppHiiailona will be receive t
lor lloiihi and (Jrouiuls separately or at a
wnuie. Apply at ttank ol Olaui Uieeokala
A Co, llM-lw
rHH KINE8T B!tANl tif
sLWATk iim uand
H. J NOLTB, Prop.
A. F. Medeiros & Co.
Hotel Hi., iinitnr Arlliuuin Hotel
Latsst Patterns in Sittings
Reoelved by Kvery BUauier,
nincT rir on mo sale.
WENNER & CO.
WILL HE HOLD
Regardless of Cost.
rtteve Itfl at the VKctfWMnuaa
tiiinitu'a ytav win ka
I'ltAD'I IOAL . GUN-MAKEH I
l bK Ui Inform Sport Inn Men and the
(Jennml I'ubllo that I am prepared to Re
pair and Heuovtie every detoriiition of
KirennuH. Oiiun, Utiles and ilevolTers
skillfully He.HioukHl. Illuelnirsnd Drown
liiK done In any shade. First-class work
manship guaranteed, (liislnmera promptly
UNION UniEKT, HONOLULU,