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National Cane Shredder
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(Conrtnued rotn M Pafre.)
THE UNDERSIGNED HAVE BEEN APPOINTED SOLE AGENTS FOR
those Bubkddebs and are now prepared to receive orders.
The great advantages to bo derived from the use of tho Natiohal Gaum
Bhbxddkb are thoroughly established and acknowledged by Planters
The Urge numbor of Flantors using them in the United States, Cuba,
Argentine Bepublio, Peru, Australia and olsowhore, bear witness to the
The use of the Bhbiddbr very largely augments the quantity of eane
the mill can grind (25 to 60), also the extraction of Juice (6 to 12).
It is a great safeguard, making known at once the presence of any
pieoes ol iron, stakes from cars, or anything which would bo liable to damage
the mill, and allowing ample time to romovo samo before damaging tho mill.
The Burxddxb is very strongly mado, and from tho manner of its opera
tion it cuts or tears thoao pieces of wood or Iron without often broaking the
Sbrxodsb; and if anything breaks, it is simply somo of tho knives or cutters,
which can be quickly and economically replaced. Tho Sureddkr, as its
name indicates, tears tho cane into shreds of varying lengths, perfectly open
ing it and allowing tho mill to thoroughly press out tho Juices without re
quiring tho immense extra power necessary to grind or crush the wholo
oano. Tho Siibkdder spreads tho shredded cano uniformly and evenly to
the mill rolls, and docs away with the necessity of spreading tho bagasse by
hand between tho mills, whore rcgrinding is in use. No greater amount of
boiler capacity is required to operate tho Shrkddkh than that which was
sufficient for tho mill, for the above reasons. Wo furnish full working
drawings for tho installation of our Bubeddxrs, enabling any competent en
gineer to successfully install and start them.
In ordering Bhrkddxbs from us, plcaso send small sketch, showing the
diameter and width of tho mill rolls with which Shredder is to be connected,
also the side (either right or left hand as you face the delivery side of the
soill;, upon which the mill engino is located, also tho height from floor line
to center of front mill roll shaft, and distanco center this shaft to front end
of bed plate. These Shredders are now being used by tho Uilo Sugar flo.
and Hawl Mill, Kohala, whoro thoy are giving great satisfaction.
fjsV Price and further particulars may bo had by applying to
Golden Rule Bazaar.
W. P. Ktymoldi, : Prtp.
WM. Q. IRWIN Ac CO., L'd..
Bolt AtenU far th IlmtcUtm JtlnmU.
Kwong Sing Loyi SING LOY,
(Or III! St., "Iiobu Block.'
01-08 III! St., Mir Immeis U
litttl Ttlt 834 P. 0. Sox 207. Mutual Tele, 6 P. 0. Bei 101.
Just Received Hen's and Boy's Suits 1
Colored Tweeds $7
English Serge G
Boy Suits (elegant) G
Chinese, Japanese and Indian Goods !
rSA Complete TAILORING ESTABLISHMENT
with Competent Cutters und a complete lino of English and
American Suitings. Perfect fit guaranteed.
A FINE LINE OF GENTS' HATS!
Wicker Ware in Great Variety.
51-53 King Street & 407 King Street.
411 NUUAND STIiEKT.
A A ,
Is the talk ot all wheelmen.
19 LBS. IS HEAVI ENOUGH,
a E. WALKER
Agent, Uonolnlu, II. I.
Conmii Block, lirckm St.
T-1 T-T -?'-
Mr. Smith objected, saying they
should not desire to go before the
world as a packed assembly.
Mr. EQlnger, seconded by Mr.
Akau, nominated J. Emmeluth.
Mr. Towse, seconded by Mr. Mur
ray, nominated L. O. Abies.
The motion to close nominations
A discussion of what nozt resulted
in tho voting down of a motion to
take recess, and candidates who were
present were called on, under tho
rules, to oxpross their views on the
platform. Each one was applauded
as be name up.
F. O. Jones bolioved in the plat
form as a wholo and gave his assent
to it. Ho beliorod tho time had
fully como when it should be decided
whether Eastern or Western civiliz
ation wai to prevail in thoso islands.
His choice was emphatically for
occidental civilization. Ho was ono
of those who had risked their lives
on tho 17th of January for annex
ation, and ho would work for annex
ation, should ho be elected, u it
took the wholo term of the Sonatora
to accomplish tho object.
Mr. McCandless assured thom he
most heartily endorsed tho platform.
It bad been said there was a "nigger
in tho fenco," and no tboro was. Tho
wholo American Union party are bo
hind annexation, and wo aro behind
it with our rifles at homo.
Mr. Wright said it was with sur
prise ho had boon approached a few
days ago by a member ot tho con
vention. After due consideration
ho had concluded it was not an oflico
of omolumont. His acts wero his
principles and thoy know his acts.
Somo things wero not drawn quite
strong enough for him in tho plat
form. XUo pnnciplo of tho Ameri
can Union party was annexation, and
ho was for annexation first, last and
all tho time
Mr. Waterhouso felt that, al
though ho did not como from Bos
ton, ho had como from a place that
had dono about as much as Boston
for civilization. Thoy wero thero
for annexation and wero on tho road
to it, according to what thoy had
seen that day. Ho liked Article 0,
as ho boliovod in promoting tho wel
fare of tho pooplo. This is my homo
and, ovon if I am not elected, you
will una mo truo to the causo ol an
nexation. Mr. Schmidt took tho greatest do
light in supporting tho platform,
and ho admirod its sontimonts. Ho
would resign his consulship to sorvo
tho cause, as ho was willing to sacri
fice overything for annexation,
which was tho best for ororybody in
thoso islands mechanics, morchants
and laboring men. He hoped tho
tlnlo would soon como whon tho
Amoricau flag would bo hoistod on
tho towor of tho Government build
ing. Mr. Naono appreciated tho honor
of being nominated. It would bo
folt as an honor by all tho Hawaiian
people. That platform should ro-
ceivo his full support. If you gen
tlutnon feel it best to elect somebody
else I shall not fool hurt, but still do
my best to carry out that plntfortn.
Away back iu 1887 whon the reform
movomout started I was with it, and
havo boon iu favor of aunuxatiou
Mr. Emmoluth said: Having for
tho past eighteen or twenty mouths
been identified with tho cause of an
nexation, it would bo more than uso-
less for mo to put mysolf furthor on
Mr. McCandless, who was the 20
man, thought the six highest that
had como up to tho two-thirds re
quirement should bo declared elect
ed. This being agreed to on a vote,
the nominations of the six highest
were made unanimous. Recess was
then taken until 7 o'clock.
tUttw Hotel a JUaaaa Utreee
Importer anil Dealer id Europai Dry and Fancy Goods
Ladles' Wares ot every description. Alio, fresh line ot Cklneie Goods.
Pongee 8c "Wliite Sills. Fajemcias
No. 1 White and Colored Mattings !
Best Black and Green Chinese Tea. Crepe Shawls, Etc.
g&- Fit Guaranteed. Prices Moderate, n
AtfirtuaJ. Telephone 542
Fimli) Wines tod Brandies
PORT " SHERRY
HI. 1ST. RH2QT7A.
If. O. BOX 172
IMPORTER AND DEALER IN
GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, FLOUR and PEED.
Caliltrnii Roll Batter and Island
t0T ALWAYS ON HAND Jg
Ibi Goods BKolied by Every Steamer from Su frtneteca
aw All Orders faithfully attend to. Satisfaction guaranteed. Island timers
alwiud and packed with care.
Limoolm Block, Kiho Stbeet, Bet. Fobt and Alaska 8tikktb.
OTH TELEPHONES 240
P. O. BOX 7
V71ELAND EXTRA - PALE
Lager Beer !
2 SCHOONERS FOR 25 CENTS
record. Thai record will stand aud
I shall staud with that rocord.
From tho beKinninif of tho movo
mont ou Jau. 17, 18U3, wo uuttubora
of tho Provisional Government havo
done our duty. Thoroforo if you
think I havo earned your suffrages it
will bo all right. I boliovo this
country will never havo any roit un
til wo have annexation to tho United
States. I heartily favor tho plank
against Asiatio immigration. I
heartily endorse tho platform, as I
have in tho past oudeavored to curry
out tho desires aud purposes of the
Ceoil Brown, who had boon sent
for, said ho bad just for the first
time seen tho platform. I am will
ing to stand by this platform. The
greatest and best thing in it of all is
annexation, first, last and all the
time. I want to sen this country
under tho stars and stripes and
under uo othor flag. I was born
under that flag pointing to tho Ha
waiian ousiguj, but I have come to
tho conoluciou that the only flag
undor which wo can have peace and
prosperity is that flag thero point
lug to tho Amoricau flag. 1 will
support overy principle in the plat
form. Mr. Wildor, to await whoso arrival
a short recess was takon, said ho was
uot seekiug the nomination. lie
stood to-day as ho did on tho 14th
of January, 1893, wheu he was sum
become a member ol
The convention was called to
order at 7:30.
P. O. Jones addressed the meet
ing. After going homo he heard
that he had received enough votes
to make bim a candidate. But on
looking over the list he saw that
thero was no mechanio nominated.
He thought that this was uot right,
as tho mechanics had been a leading
element in promoting their cause.
Thoroforo ho would resign in favor of
Mr. McCandless. who, having ro
coived the roquisite two-thirds voto.
should be declared elected without
Mr. Emmoluth opposed accept
ance of Mr. Jones' resignation. Tho
ticket as elected should stand as the
choico of the convention.
Mr. Crozier thought it very good
of Mr. Jones to withdraw, and that
the mechanics ought to bo represented.
Air. Bishop suggested that me
chanics coud be nominated for Rep
resentatives. Mr. Fisher considered that if the
resignation was accepted, there
would bo a vacancy for which a new
election was necessary.
This view prevailed and. a motion
to accept tho resignation being car
ried, nominations wero called for.
Mr. Murray, socondod by Mr.
Winston, nominated Mr. McCand
less. Mr. Emmeluth nominated Mr.
Naono. aavine ho was a practical
paintor. Sir. Kolilpio seconded the
Nominations wore then on motion
Mr. Naono gracefully withdraw in
favor of Mr. McCandless, who was
then eloctod by unanimous consent,
the secretary depositing ono ballot
for tho convention.
Mr. McCandless thanked the con
vention for tho honor.
Mr. Jones, boforo retiring from
tho room, renowod his plodgo to tho
Amorican Union party.
Nomination of throo Representa
tives each for tho two ditriits into
which this island is dividod, being
tho Fourth and Fifth Roprosontativo
Districts of tho Republic, woro noxt
in ordor. Two conventions for this
Hirposo then organized apart, as
Fourth District Messrs. Kennedy,
Kooch, Lansing, Wright, Naone,
Martin, Souza. Sims, Fisher, Crozier.
Ascb, Day, Woolen, EQkgor and
Fifth District Messrs. Bishop,
Smith, Towse, Murray, O'Brien,
Emmeluth, Winston, Koliipio, Kai
ona, Honrv, Fahia, Arnomann, Mc
Candless, Lowrey, and Torbert.
After a not long deliberation tho
convention joined in ono to receive
tho reports of both.
Mr. Lansing, chairman of the
Fourth District, reported tho names
of D. L. Naono, E. C. Winston and
C. L. Carter, all of Honolulu, as
candidates for Representatives.
Mr. Smith, chairman of the Fifth,
reported uapt. j. u. uiuney (Hono
lulu), L. H. Halualani(Ewajaud Jas.
Davis (Koolau) as candidates.
Mr. Davis being absent, from not
knowing ho was to bo a candidato,
and Mr. Cartor from illnoss, thoso
gontlomen woro excused from
L. B. KERR'S
- WVLU LINB OK
Silk and Cotton Dnss Goods,
Silk, Linen and Crape Shirts
- OP COMPLSTK BT04IK -siads
by Yamatoya of Yokohama.
If When too are In need of any line
of Japanese Goods, Rive ns nrat call and
savs going all around town.
I HAVK JUBT RKOBIVBD A
LABOR ASSORTMENT OP . .
and Latest Styles.
THE8K GOOD8 WILL BB BOLD
AMY QUANTITY FROM A
100 Taris Down to Bioin
to Mako a Single Silt I
aoa arext t- Cuatam Xovum
Hawaiian Investment Co
NEGOTIATES LOANB ON
Real Estate & Personal Propetty
STOCKS AND BONOS
BOUGHT AND BOLD.
IfyontaaT URAt. ESTATE for Salt w
can And jou a Paroiiater.
- AND AT -
Hard Times Prices!
L. B. KERR, - Importkr,
QUEEN STREET. I
If yon hY HOUSES
can find lanants.
FOR RKNT, W
General Real Eatate Agent.
IS and IS Kaahumanu StrteU,
(Nrar Pott Offlca )
XCutua.1 Taleplion 839
IS Kaabnmana Btrtct.
JUST TO HAND
A NEW SUPPLY OP THE
Genuine Bndweiser Beer
BIIWSD BY THK
SCHLITZ'S MILWAUKEE BEER.
LIMITED NUMBER OF BHRK4
r in ih Bi'Uth Kon CVlt l'nmMtijr
Tho Company liai acquired Are hundred
acres of collco land In fee ilmti'fl at i'aita 2,
Boiitli Kont. Hawaii, about ibrra and ono
lialf mllci (rum lloopuloa landing. Tho
land la among tho bct for collco growing
in Kona, the toll remitting of yery rlctia-n
and easily worked. A large number ot
sharei havo already boon subscribed for.
KW Apply to
J. M. MON8ARIIAT,
Cartwright's Block, Merchant street,
ASSIGNEES : SALE!
The Entire Stock
WENNELt & CO.
WILL BE BOLD
Sola Agenta for the Hawaiian
& I. BUAW, Proprietor
Importers, Wholesale k
Profliion Dealer! & Naval Supplies
Prtik QtMtf ky Km? GalltoraU (Mmumt.
ICE - HOUSE - GOODS - A - SPECIALTY.
Iblanm Oaotaa Solicited. J0 0T Satisfactioh QpAirTD.
P. O. DUX liB
ii. K. MoINTYRE & BRO.,
tatroBTiaa aao diuih i
Groceries, - Provisions - and Feed.
Nev Oooaa Kaealvad by KTery Packet from the KasUro HtaU and Europe.
rBKNH CALIFORNIA - PRODUCE - BY . EVEBV BTBAUKH
Urdara faithfully attended to and Uopde Delivered to any
fat ot the Olty KUKK.
Imam Obmm Iouutib.
and Pine Beer
BELL TELEPHONE 401.
Cor. King and Nuuanu Street, Honolulu,
AT THE ANCHOR
OjraUr Oocktalla I
auor Brunnen I
rredericlcaburg Ber I
8trilht and Mlztd Drlaks
Of All Kindt and Beit Quality.
iMthvaat Cerair Uag k Naaana Ito
of eafoty. This
- WILL ATTEND TO -
IwjMrMl tM Sale of Prepay
CtUtttlii li AU Its araickM.
Mo, 41 Merchant BtraeL
had grown out of that committee,
but thoy had only soourod a partial
viciurjr. iuoir uguii was tur auuux
ation, and iu this light ho would re
main until it was won. Ho had only
been ablo to glance at tho platform
while being driven rapidly from
homo. From what he had road, he
heartily en dor sod every lino of it.
Mr. Abies' namo having been with
drawn by Mr. Towso, balloting was
proceeded with after Mr. Wildor's
speech. Messrs. Bishop and O'Brien
were appointed tollers. It was re
solved that ballots with moro than
six names should be rejected. There
was a nomination ou the first ballot,
under tho two-thirds rule, as follows,
the number of delegates voting
ii. Y. Schmidt...
W. O. Wilder.
F. C. Jones...
J. N. WnioiiT. ...
J. A. McCaudlesa
U. 1j. ftanuo. ...,,
Mr. Bishop called attention tn the
fact of more thau six candidates' re
ceiving the requisite two-third vote.
Messrs, Fisher. Smith aud Bishop
bold thai the six highest were re-
i e f i
C oaring boioro tho convention, it
eing understood that thoy givo
thoir views on tho platform by
Capt. Clunoy being called up said
ho was an outright annexationist,
who believed in tho greatest gooa
to tho greatest number.
Mr. Halualani intonded to sup
port tho platform. Thoy wero then
all of ono mind. Tho only thing I
want now is to havo these two flags
Mr. Naono, having previously
spoken on the senatorial nomina
tion, only thankod the delegates of
the Fourth District for nominating
bim, saying he should do all he
could for that district if elected.
Mr. Winston heartily ondorsod
the platform and if elected would
do overything tn tho best of his
ability to carry it out.
Tho nominations for oaoh distriot
having been ratifiod, the whole
ticket, sonatorial and representative,
was, ou motion of Mr. Smith, adopt
ed as the unanimous choico of tho
A vote of thanks, moved br Mr.
Towse, was accorded on a rising
voto to Mr. Jones for his assistance.
It was agreed that a ratification
meotiug was in tho province of the
central committee instead of tho
A fAk Sr r It at n Ira 4a 1 ltn sftirtnai
movod by Mr. Murray and seconded
by Mr. Lansing, was passed aud
tho convention adjournod about 0
m a m
Homo and Abroad.
It is tho duty of ovoryono, whether
at home or traveling for pleasure or
business, to equip himself with the
remedy which will keep up strength
and prevent illness, and cure suoh
ills as are liable to come upon all in
every day life. Hood'a Sarsaparilla
keeps tue oloou pure ana less liable
to absorb the germs of disease.
Hood'a pills are hand made, and
perfect in proportion and appear
ance. 25c. per box.
Mechanics' Homo, corner Hotel
and Nuuanu stroets, iodgiug by day,
week or month. Terms; 25 aud GO
cents por night; SI and $1.25 por
Regardless o! Cost.
PRACTICAL - GCM-MAKR 1
I ben to Inform Sportlnc
General Publlo that I am prepared to
Ir and Beoorate ever? description of
Firearms. Quue, Birlei and Revolver
skillfully Re-stocked. Blueing and Brown
ing done In any shade. First-class work
manship guaranteed. Pnitomera pmmptlv
UNION BTHKKT. HONOLULU.
DURINQ MY AB8F.NOE FKOM HO
notnlu Mr. W. L. Peienon Kill act
tor me, being vetted with fall twiwer of
attorneyship B. I. MOOHR.
Honolulu, Oct. 13, 1891. U01-3t
A5-HOOM COTTAOE ON
Young street, near
Kef anuioku stret
JiC ID J. LiltVraX,
A LABOB FOBNIBHED
XX Boom for single
Bitate of P. S. Pratt, DmmmL
Notice of Sale of Real Esttte.
PUltBUANT TO AN OBDER OF THK
Honorable Henry K. Cooper. Second
Judge of the Circuit Conrt of the First Cir
cuit. Republic of Hawaii, In the matter ot
the Estate of F. B. Pratt, deceased, mad
and entered on the 10th day ot Beptember,
IH'M, the undersigned, a Commissioner ap
pointed for that purposo by said order of
said Circuit Judge, will sll at publlo auc
tion, to the highest bidder, oertaln real
estate of the said F. 8. Pratt, deceased,
described as follows!
The promises at Walklkl. Honolulu,
Oabu, described In the follolne deeds, re-
cor.iod In the Hawaiian Registry of Con
veyances, vis t Deed from h. H. Allen to
F. a. Pratt dated June fi, 1873, recorded in
Book 87, pages Hi and 223 ! Peed from H.
Ollrs to F. 8. Pratt dated March 80, 1878,
recorded In Book 01, psge 'Jul and 'JUS.
The sale will take piaoe at the front door
of the Jndlclary PnlMlng, In Honolulu, at
noon on TUKBUAY, the soth nay or ucto-
Jnset price, 110,000. T
ber, 1891. Upset price,
Cash, In U. 8. gold coin. Bale subject to
confirmation by the said Circuit Court.
Deeds at expense of purchaser.
For further Information enquire of the
undersigned at the Judiciary Building tn
Dated Honolulu, Bent. 13, 18M,
Tin Beit Luch ii Tiwi.
Ta. etnd OotDae
AT ALL ttODB
tleman situated ou
tenia street. IS minutes'
walk from Post Office. Address "O.,
this office. 1082-tf
A FEW L&itOE AIRY
XJl Ulllues to reni on
moderate tenui on the
second llnir of the Hn'eo-
keU' Ilauk Blnrk Auulv tn
Ufi0-2in Wm Q. lltWIN A CO.. L'u.
'owso thoucht tlio man hav
ing 20 received as uiauy as tho wau
who had received 28,
M. T. DON JS ELL
PATENTEE AND SOLE lUNUrAUTUHEIi
Nev Patented Pol Strainer
WAltUKl ON THB
quarters for one or two Bin-
aie uenuemen: Doara op
tional; bathing facilities good.
irm-tf Rni.i.KTiN okkior.
THK FINEST BRANDS OK
Cigars and Tobacco
tXWAlB OM HAITD
H. J. N-OLTTn, jFrop.
A. F. Medeiros & Co.
Houl BU, under Arlington Hotel.
Uteit Pittem in Siitiifi
Beoelved by Every Btaasatz.
PEITBCT FIT 01 NO IALB.
X Bohool and Emma
streets, lately in t
natnn ol Mr. (J
Bmlth, and known as "Knliehuna " For
further particulars apply at the oflico of
1132-tr iUCOlL BROWN.
BOOKS AND BOAUD.
All Oritur or (linnniiinlnttlona
adilretsod to K O, Hill At Bon, I.M.,
iwuo unvo iiibiii on ssiej, or to w. i.
J? Huuso. Rooms with
or without bard; llnestof
Frenoh lumllv cooklnn.
also Btable Room for homes.
Beretanla street, next door to Dr. Ander
son's 1130-1 in
. 4PJ'ly w
FOR SENT OK LEASE
Valley knoan as the 'Old
loe works." Uroumlsoon
talu 1)( anrea. House is roomy aim in
J;ood ivplr. Aiiplleailuna will bencelvet
or House and Urounda separately or a a
wuole. Apply at ttauk of Glaus Hp;eekels
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Removed to 42 Merchant BtreeU
JOHN T. BXtOWX?,
Dealer In Hawallau and Foreign Poatage
BUmps. P. O. Bos 441, Honolulu.
Highest prices given for Unused and Used
Hawaiian Stamps In exchange for other
countries from brat-class approval sheets.
Sheets forwarded to any part of the Islands
on application with town reference.
J T, 11 It open to meet any collectors by
ON AND AFTER MONDAY, OCT.
ISth. the Hawaiian Elsctsio Com.
tany will give au all ulght aervioe for
fOBT AUD KIMS ITUSTI,