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MONDAY, NOV 12 1894
fltnir Mlknlmln frnm Knunl
Btmr Wnlnleulu (rum Kniml
Tuksiuv, Nov. 12.
Am likttio I'lnnter, Underwood, Z days
(mm l.ynti llnml
rMiur Wiilmniiiilii (nnu Kn'neiikiilllo
Monday, Nov. 12.
Sttur Knnb (or Knliukii nml l'linnhiu at
Slmr Jrn Mnkce (or Knpnant 1 ru
Vossols leaving To-morrow.
Stuir W (I Hall (or Maul nml Hawaii at 111
Htmr Clnmlinp for port nn Man! at 5pm
r-'tmr Kllauen (Ion (or Hawaii at I ptn
Htmr Mlkalmla (or Knuai at 0 n in
rjtun Mokolll (or Molokal atlil l-iinnl
Gnrgooi from Island Porta.
Sttur Mlkahala-2IT!tlinK sugar, IT limits
hides, 35 pUj sundries,
1'roin Lyxnii Hand, tr likttic l'lutiter,
Nov 12 Uov 0 J) Krectli. Master l-reetli,
Mai ticlileiuiiu-r nnd !M liipilicif Inlmftr.
From Kutial tier lnif Mlkaliala, Nov II
A Cropit, U U'olters. A McIIryde. Mm
Klim-y, l)r Itnyinoiiii, Ml Heine, 0
Ttiortie, ami Ut on deck.
This l duller week with tlie .learner Mo
kolll and hIiu will not Ihivd mull to-morrow
evening (or Molokal,
The Japan Mall rcorts two sales o(
American vessels, to satisfy claims of their
rtinvs. lino Is the svh'ionor tloldeli Fleece,
which led Han l'rancli:o two years aio on
n vnjaKC to the South Sva. The utlier Is
thu Joephlne, a small ehnonurol III tons
Hilt. Iouk liy IMl. hruad, mid lJ ft
deep, wliluh was safely navigated from
Hratlle to Japan, utti thou up and down
the count o I n ceiiilliK vn).igi'. Thu Cloldell
1'leccu was to rail Hi Honolulu nn her way
out, hut turned hack ut Turk's Island on
account o( rtiimliu; short of provisions. The
Josephine, called iiete.
The ti. H. AiHtrntln took the (o lowing
raruoou Hiiturduy: '.Nm hags siiuar, W. U.
Irwin.VCo. ; Kkj hags rice, llymnu Ilros.;
Til hunrhes liAtiauas and 1 hagcollee, I'. V.
I'ufler; 'U! hunches Imnanrn, llatchelor t
Day; IKS bunches haiisiins. I, J. tawy ; ml
bunches lianalias. Clin. Wllciir.; '.i ctwt
honey, .1. T. Wntorli. iimi; i cases hi'lel
leaves, Ah Haiij ilcaes do., iioiii; Wall
On t I'll.; 'XI Ihixi's mniij;iics, II hunches
Imimuas, 8am Wo.; ) hunches huuntias, 2
caw liolcl leaven, bli.K Kee; IIH huni'hes
hniiauiiH, W. T. Dickey; HiH hunches
hauauas, II Ihixcs matipies, Y. I.llin HIhk:
Hill hum-lies li.tn.itin, I hoxen Irult and 60
bundle MiK.-ircmie. (I. I.)cur(;u.; illhnrhs.
huiianas, 'tropin i'rull Co.: I2S hunches
do., Wrluhl ,V WllUrd: Soon hunches ha
as, v ft in in
pMI, Marshall .V Co; .'12 boxes
pineapples (77 I. lectin), J no. Kll !!
Domestic value, f'.'L'ui,
I'tlD.MOIti:- At I'lUiullo, Hawaii, Novem
ber.i, l!ll, to tlm wlfo ot II. W. rod
more, n lUiiKhiur.
DKHIIA Inlhlsully, Niivcmlier II, l!U,
Kitheulfe i.l (ietiri;e U Desha, u sou.
Buiineia nt Term and at Chnmbort
Nntivo Jury Sitting.
At Circuit Court term, beforo
on l riday w. n.
his appeal front
conviction of receiving stolen goods.
Chew Yen pleaded guilty to gam
bling and was fined $100 and costs.
Three co-defendants were released
by the prosecution. C. W. Ashford
and W. It. Castlu for defendants.
0. A. Fogarly was acquitted of tho
charge of embe..lemeut by a foreign
Jury. The charge was brought by
a partner of defendant in the hop
Hiram Auiara was granted a di
vorce agaitiHt his wifu. Kaulukuu
Maria Gloria Nunes withdrew her
divorce case against John Soder
iMirg. Davidson for plaintiff.
litis morning Joseph V. Sylva
pleaded guilty to embezzlement,
and sentence was suspended until
Kaluua is on trial by a native jury
for larceny in the second degree, his
offense consisting in tho taking of
baggage, containing a value of S2,
belonging to Iwamoto. Deputy Attorney-General
cutes. The prisoner couduclH his
Judge Whiting admitted the will
of the late Samuel X. Castle to pro
bate, confirming the nomination of
thu widow as executrix without
W. H. Aldrich's case was further
heard and continued.
THE COUltSE OF TRUE LOVE.
ItURgodly for a
A young native in the employ of a
well-known firm iu town got him
self into a scrape on Friday night.
Ho loved a girl, formerly a pupil iu
Kawaiahao Seminary. The girl did
uot reciprocate hisaireetiou,aud thu
boy plauued a surprise. Early Fri
day evening, unknown to tiio in
mates of Ins inamorata's house, tho
lad entered hor room aud hid uuder
thu bed. During the evening neigh
bors called at the houtu and passed
the time iu social conversation in
the same room. Thu intruder iu the
meantime do.ed ofi into sleep,
About nine o'clock the people in thu
room were Btarlled by a noise as of
someone kicking against thu wall.
Oue of thu ladies looked under
ueath the bed aud saw the girl's
lover, wearing a somewhat startled
aspect He had been wafted into
dreamland, where he imagined he
was lighting his enemies. The
young Lothario crawled out and
was escorted to the Police Station,
where, after piomiiuug he would
keep clear of the premises, he was
released. Although fate is ugHiiiHt
liim, still he does nut want to die as
Mechanics' Home, corner Hotel
and Niiuanu st renin, lodging by day,
week or mouth. Tonus: 'J.'i and fill
per night; II and i.X per
LOOAIi AND GENERAL NEWS.
"Wages of Sin"' to-morrow nlgut
Do you want a piano, nearly newt
Look out for M. Mclnerny's shoe
"Wages of Sin" closes the regular
The Hawaiian National band will
play at Sans Souci this evening.
The Union Foed Co.'s annual
inuotiug will be held on Thursday.
Officers of the Waihee Sugar
Company are advertised elsewhere
FlnnnoltittoR 12 yards ft.
M. S. Levt.
Men's Shoes, f 1.50 up.
M. S. Levt.
tourR and Swiss.
largo linn, llatn
M. S. Levy.
Wilder's Steamship Company will
hold its annual meeting at lU nozt
Mystic Lodtfo K. of P. will hold a
special meeting at 5 o'clock this
Thu committee to arrauge the
Leilaui Hoal Club's benefit ball are
hard at work.
Miss N'annary's benefit this after
noon filled the Opera Bouse from
Hour to dome.
The domestic value of exports by
thu S. S. Australia on Saturday
amounted to 21,103.
Arthur Coyuo is now commander
of Co. E, N. G. H., and O. W. U.
King is first lieutenant.
Chris. Gertz offers his stock of
boots and shoes below cost. He
hns also a Hall's safe for sale.
In theatrical notes on fourth page,
for "Stages of Sin" read "Warn of
Sin "ami for "Hamot" read "Ham-
There will be a battalion drill on
Palace Squaro this evening. The
Government baud will bo in attend
ance. Tho annual mooting of the Hono
lulu Library aud Reading Hoora As
sociation will be held ou Friday
Thu arrests made by the police
yesterday were fivo for gambling
and oue Chiuamau for violating thu
Head the "Ladies' Column." Your
money's worth certainly, and possi
bly a free trip to the volcano, de
pends on it.
L. J. Lovoy will sell merchandise
recovered from the wreck of tho G.
N. Wilcox, at the yard of H. Hack
fold ft Co., at 10 o clock to-morrow.
Mr. Ftilii, Japaneso Consul-General,
is the only cabin passenger
booked to leave for the Orient by
theS.S. China now due from the
Mystic Lodge of Honolulu and
Kealiaof Kauai, in the K. of 1'.,
will hold a conference looking to
amalgamation this evening iu Mys
Noon meetings are being held in
observance of tho Y. M. C. A. week
of prayer. To-morrow'a subject is
"Itouuwal of Urotherly Love. John
1 r, : 1 2 17; I Tim. 3 aud 5.
Carl Williug is in town from
Pearl City. Ho brought some fiuo
specimens of pineapple grown on
his ranch at Manana. Carl looks
well since ho retired from politics.
H. W. Schmidt A: Sons' credit sale,
conducted by Jas. F. Morgan, will
be continued at 10 o'clock to
morrow. It oilers a good chauce to
thu trade for replenishment of stock.
Thu Kilohaua Art League will
meet at the residence of Mrs. Parker
Horetauia street, this evening to
discuss ways and moaus for the ex
hibition wliich opens on thu 20th
C. J. Sherwood gave a fine display
of fireworks at Long Branch baths
Saturday uight. Many peoplo for
sook the muggy town atmosphere
Sunday for a splash In the surf at
that popular resort.
Governor G. D. Freeth and his
sou, aud a number of laborers, re
turned from Lysau Island by the
barkeutiuu Planter. The governor
uot having recognized the ttupublio
of Hawaii, no salute was fired.
G, R. Harrison, practical piano
nd orgau maker ana tuner, can fur
nish best factory references. Orders
left at Hawaiian News Co. will re
ceive prompt atteutlon. All work
guaranteed to Im the same a done
The steamer Waimanalo returned
from thu wreck of the Geo. X. Wil
cox this morning, heavily ladeu with
corrugated irou roofing and coils of
wire. Thu Waimanalo left with tho
sehoouer Heeia iu tow on Friday
morning. Thu weather was favor
able, the wiud being southerly, and
a goodly quantity of the cargo was
recovered. J. liowler returned by
the Waimanalo. Tho Heeia stayed
at thu wreck.
llaniwai baths have become de
servedly popular since coming under
the charge of Mr. aud Mrs. W. S.
llartlett. There was a constant de
mand all day yesterday for bathing
outfits. Hut ween amateur canoe
performances and athletic exercises
by "the boys," those who wuro con
tent with only a sua air bath had no
end of entertainment provided. Ex
cellent tallica are set at short notice
for patrons of llaniwai.
At Williams' Studio are to bo seen
Portraits on Watch Dials, which he
is making a specialty of, Lantern
Slides for lecture by the set or
in Illinois. Thu order iu tho United
Slates has a inomboriililii of more
FROK LYBAN ISLAND.
Arrival of the Phosphate Packet
with Passengers and Full Cargo.
The barkentine Planter, Captain
Underwood, arrived in port this
noon, twenty-throe days from Lysan
Island. Captain Underwood attri
butes his long passage to light head
winds aud calms. The passage was
unoventful. Besides bringing a full
cargo of guano, tho Plauter brought
as passengers. Gftv. G. D. Freeth,
Master Freeth, Max Schlommur,
head luna, and about fifty Japanese
laborers from tho island. The only
persons left on the island to look
after the interests of the Pacific
Phosphate & Fertilizer Co. are a
Japaneso boatman, who used to go
by the namo ot Otto, his wifo aud
two other Japanese laborers. A few
of those who returned by the Planter
are in poor health, but most of them
are well. The guauo season has
about closed aud the laborers will
bo uaid off here.
Nothing further was scon or hoard
of the Japanose engineer who ran
away from the island with thu steam
launch. The Japanese say the mail
The Planter will be docked nt the
O. 11. Si L. Co. to discharge her
THAT HORSE OASE.
All the Court Could Do Was to Pine
In tho case of the Club Stables
horse driven to death, the Circuit
Court was given no option as to
compensation to the owners. Tho
Attorney General was willing to
nolle prosequi tho dofeudnuts, so as
to leavo full scope for a civil suit for
damagos. Still the fine of KiO each
on the two native lads does not pre
clude the bringing of proceedings
against mum lor tno aj mat mo
animal is said to have been worth,
if the offenders are considered to be
able to pay a judgment for that
amount. If they are uot able, it is
a caso of "spilt milk."
A Strong Horse
13 TUB RnLT Of USINO
Hay and Grain
Just Arrived pox "8. (I. Wlldf r."
CALL AND SKK US.
CALIFORNIA FEED GO.
tJonier lltieeii A Nuusnu Hi.
noTii Tki.kimionks 121.
By Lewis J. Lovoy.
Wreckers' toMm W.
On TUESDAY, Nov. l.'Uli
AT 10 0'UI.OOK A. .M.,
I will a'l nt Messrs. 11. Hnck'oM .V Co S
yiinl (Iii'hU dmiIvimI from tlir v r k
of the lisrk (. N Wllrux, vz:
Corrugated : Irun : Roofing
Oar Wlierls anil .Sprint ,
Kolln Wlrr. tiuuar llu,-,
I llirrel INiTnradii rv nine Oil,
IIiiikIIch K' unci IfLii, hU.
TKKM8 HASH t -Wk
HOUSE AND LOT AT AUCTION.
IN ACCOltllAMi: WITH AN OllllKIt
nml l.lci'iiMt of H:ilc ftitcri'il in and liy
tlm Circuit Court o( ilio l'lrt Cm-nit, in
I'rulmte, on tlielllltli ilnv of Ui'lulior, lli.
In the mutter of the Kt:itni( Murlu I 'Sill.
Ilvun, late ot Honolulu ilect-nM-tl, thf uti
dersluiirU has reccivi'd iiiKtriiftloim from
Abraham Keruuiulnz, Kxrrutur of tln will
of tmlil Murlu O'HiilIivnii, to bull nt public
aiR'tlon, ut IiIh hHleiroims Iu mid llono
lulu, ou MATrilHAY. tlioL'llli iUy of No
vember, 1b!II, ut 11 o'clock imoii, tluil very
ilesiruble residence pronjrty kIIiiiiIo ut
Kalllil.wuena, Hiiuolulu, now iH-mipleil liy
The property uforoi-nld i-oimNts of !.pm
of au itcre of liimt, well funccil, nml Ii til
out; on wlih'li urn n lure uml liiiiuhouie
ilwelllui; liuuie, nearly new, together ultli
Ntnlile, erriu);ii limihu, iuivuutx' ipuirters,
elilekoii Iioiinu, etc., buiiiK tbe pieiuitim
ileuribeil in u deed from Kmmu M. I lee I -ley
to I'eter O'Hulllvuii uml Itnmauii K.
OrHlllllvilli, ilnteil AllKUnt 'M, IKH. uml
recunleii In 1.1 be r lr.', ut puues 110-1 II.
The above miIii ollem ii full opportunity
to secure u iluslrulilu home, In tb most
iieultliful portion of tliu uliy. im well ui uu
opeiilni: for iuvuituiitni Iu u loeulliy wliore
vulileaare rertulii to rimi rHplilly.
nrKurlliur imrtiouliirH muy lie luul liy
iniitlrliiKolC V. Aitiiforil.iiltoruey lor I Ii'
Hxectllor, or of the iiii'lernliuieij.
I.. J. I.KVKY,
Dutud tliix'itli iluv ol November, Itjt.
1. J. I.KVKY.
W. It. liAII.KY,
DAIlEY'S STOCK COMPANY.
Tuesday Evening, Nov. 13th
Our IjiiU llcipiliir I'orfurmuueu of
Wodnuiidiiy Evuiutitf, Nov luth,
lltilliil Coiupllliieutiii) lesliiniiiilill
WILLIAM U. DAILKY
POPUJjAR PN.iaiflS I
Hut I'lilll iihi lit tilt- iilllen uf l J.
1 1 N't lit
Hood's is Good
Makes Pure Blood
Scrofula Thoroughly Eradicated.
"C. I. Hood ii Co., Iwell, Mmj.i
"It Ii nllli plcasuro that 1 tfvo )-nu tho iteUIII
of our little Jtajr's sIckucM ntnl tier return to
tienlth tirthe use of Uood'iSrsapitllU. She
was taken down with
Fever and a Bad Coucch.
Following tills it aors came on tier right M be
tween tlio two lower ribs. In a short tlmo nti.
other broke on the left tide. 8he would take
fpclli of lore mimtli stid when we had succeed
ed In oterrnmliiK this iho would sutler with at
tacks nf high fi'Tcr and expel bliMxIjr looking
corruption. Her head was affected and matter
oozed from tier ears. Alter each attack the be
came worse and all treatment f.illed to rIto her
relief until we began to tivt IIihhI's Marap:irlll t.
After aha had taken ouc-hntf bottle w u could see
that she was better. Wo continued until she
had taken three bottles. Now she lovki like
Tho Bloom of Health
and Is fatas npls. We feel grateful, and cannot
air too much In favor of IIimhI's HarinparllU."
Mill. A. M. A1MMB, Intnau, Tennessee.
Hood's Pills net easily, yet promptly and
fflcleutlr, ou Uio liver aud bowels. 2Jc.
Hobron Drug Co., L'dM
Hole Agent1! fur tin Ki'pitbllo nf Hawaii.
Goo'l things need not be
high-piicfd, there tire eeituin
prieeH, though, below which
no good, honest article can be
Hold tr,08e tire our prices
whnt we call Quick Sales and
Small 1'rolit price-. If you
pay less you can rest assured
you get less. These are hon
est statements that economi
cal buyers know are you
one of them? If not. why
Call and see those magnifi
cent Cotton Crepes in Even
ing Shades. Nothing hind
st nier or bitter was ever
offered in the market at our
prices, "Ami iln-rc jou are."
CJo through the Colored and
Figured Cotton Ducks, the
Ginghams, Oxford, Calicos,
Colored French Orynndies,
Black French Lawns, Linen
Lawns, pick up whatever you
will and but a moment's in
spection will convince you
that if you pay less you will
If you wtiiit to go to the
Volcano the one holding the
largest number ot our checks
will get the round trip for
nothing. Kcmcuiher this
Wis are flashing the prices
this week on WOOLEN
ULAN KETS a ml WOOLEN
SHAWLS, making room for
our immense stock of
KSWe want your trade
and will have it if goods and
prices are an object 1o you.
B. F. HJIILKRS & CO.
P. I!. JDNKS.
K A. JI)NK.S.
Safe Deposit and Investment Go,
n, pis rum sruKin.
HAI'IIS ui V:iriiiu .-ire fur lleut liy tlie
.Mouth ur Year.
VAULTS open (mm Ki.'iu . u until I
l'. M. itxeepi ui Saturilii) -, when they will
n eliiM'd nt 'i .) i-, m
We liny and .Sell IUm-cIiini SIOCKs
and UO. !.- and luiike inlvami". cm laim1,
DI'ltlMI MY AIISKM'K j-'IIOM TIIH
Inland- Mr. Iliiraend Cnililm iHiluly
auihorlieil In receive and receipt fur all
inuulii. due uml nwiiii! to mii,.l. W. I.uu
Inu. ui my niliiv umil Novemher , ls!i,
at ulilcli diitii I will xrnn:ill allind,
.i. w. Minimi.
Hiiliuliilll.tM. 17, IMIL IIIaVIiii
Beginning on November 1,
18111, I intend giving my
Customers a chance to win a
I'rize and not only One Prize
On next TIHHDAV,
November 1st, every Mini,
Woman or Child who buys
$1.00 worth of goods at my
Store (Temple of Fashion)
will be presented with a Cou
pon Ticket, and on December
20th, the person holding the
largest number of Tickets
will be entitled to the First
Prize, and this Prize will
Finest Silk Dress Pattern
in our Store. To the person
holding the second largest
number of Tickets
An Elegant French Cash
mere Dress Pattern
will be given. The
Prize will be an
Ostrich Feather Pan
Valued nt f In;
and the Foiuth Pre will be a
Fine Pair of
Valued at I'UiU.
The people of Hoitolulu
have patroni.ed the Tkmpi.k
of l'AsimiN liht rally wncc
its removal to the new quar
ters at filO Fort street, and
the Managers appreciate this
hence there Prizes. There
are probably one hundred la
dies in Honolulu who will
buy enough Dry (Joods be
tween November 1st and De
cember tilth to win one of
thu above Prizes. (Mir stock
is new aud has been carefully
selected for the Winter Holi
day Tividc cfpceiaily is thii
true of our Dress Pattern.
We have been to an iuliuitc
amount of trouble but suc
ceeded iu getting the latent
siiades ami mont iicaiitilul de
signs; this applies to our
bilks ami Cashmeres. Our
CJinghains, Lawns, White
Muslins and F'cmish Lawns
are the equal (both iu price
and quality) of those sold by
any house iu Honolulu ; also
Black Satins and Silks a spe
cialty. Christmas (Joods,
Toys, etc., in endless variety.
(Jlovesthat fit like the paper
on the wall.
And remember that, for
every $1.00 worth of Hoods,
you buy you get a Coupon.
Kir All these Prizes will
be shown in our window next
Temple of Fashion
ii I !i FCHtT STKKKT.
M. II. Sii.m, :: m i..
MEN'S .-. FURNISHING .-. GOODS
FOR ONE WEEK ONLY
We will oiler Our Entlru Stock of
Gent's Fuimisliiiig Goods
Uxd' At a Tremendous Reduction ! "15s&
'I lii f no Onleli P.ile lntt n llnna FMt Kninrt'on lnht through. Wo will
mention a few ol tlie many Imrslni oll'ereiJ:
li'ii I.Iiipm ColUrn reilii'1' il to 2 tut 'Ite.
M"ii s l.inen Citi' r prr for 1.
MenN tiiilnumi leu hiri (.nhmI ntia'lty, rclueerl t i"k-.
OurJ'.'S iitnlitrd Hlilrl. lauielrieil, ln-st pinllly, reilitenl lofl BO.
Men's I iiIimI Open 1'rolit Slnrts with Colli? nttfli'lieil, Btnmlnril iimkr, reduced
Mn'n t nlien ftU reiliirnl from Jl toWV
AlenS Cure S Ik limtetnliirt rpilueeil from l to $1
.M'n IIih -k silk 8 rlc reilueeil rum ?I.Vi to ln'. n ta'r.
.Mrn's Kiiic Slixkor Plnmi'l l'nili'rliiit. iluitlile liieatttd, red iced to $2,
IIIO 1IAKOAIN8 IN
Men's - Neglige - Shirts !
KetuiMiiiior tlipe Prices re guarantee for
OIsTE WEEK OnSTLi"!
KT. S. SACHS'
520 Fort Stroei, : : Honolulu.
HCItES' ROOT BSCHSR.
TT IS A HUM KM Mil: AND HO.MK.MAKINO HKVKItAUK.
It Ik wry viifily priiariil, uml If the plain iHrci'liuim are
follnwfil, it will uhviiyo In pnn. Kwty iiiciiiIht nf lln lanilly,
frnm tin- luiliy In 1 1m- ruiiilf illicr, run enjoy IIiiikh' Hoot I)ki:k,
uml I'Vi-iy nnu of tliein will lntvi liettcr lieullli fur rui'li i-wullnw
liny iiikc. It iinirivi tin; iipin'tilo, piitilliH the IiIimhI, uml
Iiiiiiv tin' uliulf H'rtiin. Cliililti'ii cppieiiilly ilelilit in II lints'
Itmii lli;i:u. ltd in piiriitinii inti-rt-h llniu, nml ilx iimi iIim-h
ilii'in uimmI. In tlimisimlN nf liiiiuci., "Ilini Itixtr Hkkii tlutl
iniilliur iiiiiiIii," will In- iiiiinnn the liuppiot ri'i'itlli'vtiniiH ot
I'liilillinoil It cli'aiiM the HyMt-in nf tin' uiiMiniitiH liiimnrH tluil
iIcmI(ii in kiilmy uml urinary iIIm.-um.-c, uml in fact, in any eami
lli.il uriM from uu impure -late of tlie IiIimhI.
Hiftiurtly timliTctiiml IIiiikk' limn Hkkii in witlmtit ailulti
ration or any rliiiiiirul or urlillriul iiilinixttiri1 wu provo it It is
iiiiuli' in our opi-n l..ilior.itoiy. Nuiuonl proei'M.. Wu tuki tin
Imvi lli'ili. ,iml liiinii., Imil tiii'in ilown, liuttlr tlitin uml Ki'iiil
tliein lo you. l'i'rluiii tin n im't iinotlu'r Itnol lleer I.utioru
tiny in lliiM'oiiiiIrs open lo puldir y. Ilverylioily known HlKKS'
Itimi IIki:ii rlieiiiii'iiU can't approach tint nn- Will yon usu
natural Itnot Heir uml Mitii-fy ymir t liirt-t uml ctrentlieii your
IhmIv, iu will you nn- 11rt1llci.1l I1110I Heir to have ii few iiennien
uml nun vmir hi'iilMiY I'lu'ie i li-u tinnv mi miicli IIiiikh' Hoot
1Ii:i:u Mil. I tli.ui nil otlu-r Hint Ilicr cxlracU coniliiucil.
UnmstiN l")itn; Company
Kknson, Smith it Company
Hoi.i.istku Duitj Company,
Lrcwis V Company
National Cane Shredder
I'.vTExiKii rm:it Tin: laws of tup. Hawaiian islands.
Mr. ,lo lin A. m-i.ii . Miiiuki i "f U.c llilo Supir Oninpauy, Klvfn tho follow
iiik ; won.luf.il 1.,. ,. ,.j iiu wnrkniK of Uu NATIONAL f.VNK SHHKD
Dl'.H, wlucli w.,c,.,ic,l i.y ti,IJlr niuk ut tho comiiu'iii't'iiifiu of the croii
jiti-t li.irvi iti '
" Duii.m tin K.M tt.,.fc tin- II.l,, SiiK.ir Oou.piuiy'b mill Mi-wtlwl .my of
th lorinc, r.i..i.. I.y i-hn,K tl. P.T, h....r KriiHliiiK will, uu i.utjiiit of IIOOl
lorn. I h ,. fully HI iiircint nunc than iln hci work of former vi-um.
In- tlir.-. nil. 1 uu I..111H 'Jil in. I.y ;, ,. ,,,,,1 tlll) lw roior',iH HO iu.
I.y .11 in. Hi. hiht uiilliloiuK thih am. Mini of work in uu uillclvnt iiiuuiivr
ami u.tl, ynat oa.ccomp.irc.l Willi w.nk ou wholucuim.owitiL' to Ihoriiuiih
.rcp.iruti...i ..f th. uuie I.y th,. N.ilionul Cuno .Slucilihr, ici-cutlv nrfittoil I.y
tin I on. 1 .tit .
" Ami l.v 11. u.c tin ,xlr.i.ti..n ha. I.ccu iucn-iiMil from II pcuvnt to .r. m.r
1 .nt ou all kiiul. ..1 ..me, ami in ,iui t-.i.t-. M) (Krietit Inib livuu rt-uchfil :
the iiM-r.iKi l..in 7- t. 7s p. r, . ui, a, c.irtliui; In iii,ilily.
" I coutiiuiL to tiu.l tl,c iim;.i.. (r.iui .hrcihlcl i-.iuo hottir ftit'l tlniii from
"Th,. .luxl.lcr hu I., in wnrkiuntl.iy nml nilit for hhvoii uiuullitf nml him
civ.-ii me ciitu, ..iii.i,ifii,.ii, h,iviuK .hriihlci (luriiin that time al.out nuvunty
ihoiiHiiml ton. o .ii. , ami u larnc purl of it l iuj; hnnl rulooii.
llali'm uii.l , nj-iii. i,.iur' vuy htlli can or utli-niion."
fl'l.in. uml .pcciii, aiiuii. ..I thec sin, iIiIlti m.iy ho .ci-u .il Ihc ullli-u of
WM. Q. IRWIN & CO., LU,
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at All Times
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