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Sh gnUjj SgiUttin.
MONDAY, NOV. 2li, 1894
Sr.Mtw, Nov. as.
Stmr Mlknlnilu from Kintal
Btmr Cliiudltie from Maul
MflMlAY, Nov. 'JU.
Btmr Kil.nti'ii lion for Hawaii nt I ini
Stun Mokolll for Moloknl utul Uitmi
Htmr Jni Miikcp for Kapuant I tn
Vnssnla Leaving To-morrow.
Stmr Iu ilntil for Nnulllulll, Wnliicinnd
Kcknliu nt I i in
Stmr Kiiniii for Aluul nnd iliinuii nl 1 in
Stmr Mikulmlu for Kuilnl
Sttiir Cliuicltiie tor Mn'il
Outgoes from Island Ports
Stmr Mlknlmln -.'l.'IU Inn" Mtirnr, CM Ikijm
r'LV, It Ulls hldu, niul ai jikgi xtiti
Stmr (Jlniiillnu'JIil la nugu, Hi) li:is
iHjtutooi, Ml Imgi corn, til kj;s hlilci,
M IipiiiI entile, ID I10.1, HI tk uti
1'rom Kami, prtnir .Mlknlmln, NoVJj
-C V K IHivo. V A Wnru. ri Kl-itf, II "or
ninn, M Si'lili'iiimcr, II Mugouti, uml Vj
From Mnul twriinr Clniidlln, NovlM
Mrs H T Alpiniidcr, MIm Wliltu Ml Car
ter, Mm II U Alexntidur nml ilaulilcr,
Mr lluti'd, A W Cnrt.-r, K Ilowrcit, A
Hooking, I. A Andrew, It tll--, I. HIpp
licr, O Kuulliiig, Mm IVvnucliclle, A 1
Jones, O llnnn, utiil 'Aiili-ok.
DISTHlOr 0'iUKT DOINOS.
Fines for Dlvora Olfmaoa AUogod
Senior Cnptniti Parker m prose
cuting olllcor made short work of
the eases nn tliu erimttinl rnlundnr
in thn District Court this forenoon.
Seventeen cases of drunkenness wort
disposed of with tint usual fine of -52
Atlll $1 costs.
Six Chinese for gambllnc; appeared
next. Three plomled guilty and
were finnl $10 each, tlio others were
Uuo. Marble pleaded guilty to nt
eault mid battery on bin wife, nml
wan fined $f.
Two Chines" for opium iu posses
sion woro each fined iil).
W. II. Pain, Superintendent of the
Tramways Co., nml n car drivor wore
up for cruelty to animals. Tim
cmo wai sot for 10:!K) o'clock to
A nolle pros, was entered in the
case of Pinao, charged with the lar
ceny of two heads of cahbofo, tint
property of n Chiiinmau.
0001) At" WHISTLING.
Entortnlnlutc Tnlont of n Stowaway
Landed hb it Prlsonur.
Ono of tlio seven stowaways who
were brought ashore from tlio S. S.
Miowurn Is quite n genius ami ainus
os the inmates of the Police Station
an well an members of the force wjth
excellent linitatioiin of the piccolo
The fellow can whistle, "Bltto Molls
of Scotland" with variations iu true
imitation of a piccolo. Ho whistles
with two lingers iu his mouth and
varies the notes by removing one
finger and whistling with the other
alone. On tlio Passage from Van
couver he wan tlio life of the ship,
keeping the passengers amused all
Tho dtowawayn complain of shab
by treatment on tho passage, being
stuck iu a small hole away forward
and fed on broad and water. They
will bo returned by tho next boat
Again from the Wreck.
Tho steamer Waiinaualo, Cnpt.
Davios, returned from a week's stay
at tlio locatiou of tho wreck of tho
G. N. Wilcox on Saturday afternoon.
Report in made that tho heavy
uortherly swell prevailing prevented
tho wreckers getting anything from
tho sunken vessel, Morse, tho Gov
ernment diver, aud Tom Walker,
both made submarine excursions,
but tho strong current prevented
tuein iroui working to any advan
tage. The contents yet remaiuiug
iu the body of tho wreck are stated
to bo in a confused pile hard to
separate and obtain. Tho Waiina
ualo parted a mooring chain aud a
six inch hawser during her stay, aud
rough weather continuing roturu
was made to port hero without
cargo. As luck would have it both
yesterday aud to day tho southerly
wind has prevailed, but there is no
vessel near tho wreck to take advan
tage of tho favorable weather.
A Sad Case.
A man weut into Manf. Shoo Co.'s
Shoo Store tho other day, aud while
there took a fit, and says ho never
had one like it before.
A Strong Horse
IS THE UK.SULT Or UMNO
A FRESH SUPPLY
Hay and Grain
Juki Arrived per "8.11. Wilder.'
(JAM. AN'l) SKK UH.
CALIFORNIA FEED GO.
Center Wueen .V Niiimim HU
Born Tki.kimionkh 121.
LOOAL AND aEHXBAX, bTSWB.
Lodgo Jo Progres, A. F. fi A. M.,
will meet'lhis evening.
The Government band will give a
concert at Emma Square this even-tog-
Clevolands woro ahead in Satur
day's race, the agent shows else
where ShoriiT L. A. Andrews of Maui ar
rived in town by the Claudine yes
terday. Tho Methodist Episcopal Church
will hold a Thanksgiving service on
Thursday, at 11 a. m.
Wire nails of all sizes, common
and finishing, are vory cheap at
Wilder it Co?s.
Mrs. Freimauu is back to B. F.
Elders & Co.'s dressmaking depart
ment, aftor a trip to Chicago.
A bunch of keys, seemingly bo
longing to stable., has been await
ing an owner at this office for a
At uoou to morrow .las. F. Mor
gan will sell at auction shares of
stock of the Ewa Sugar Plantation
Tho S. S. Miowera brought be
tween 700 and 800 tons of freight
from British Columbia aud Sound
ports this trip.
W. W. Wright, tho oarriago manu
facturer, has a fine surry for sale;
also some good brakes, both new
The S. S. Australia and S. S. War
rimoo will bo duo from Sau Fran
cisco aud tho Colonies, respectively,
on Saturday ntxt.
There will be an entertainment at
Kawaiahao Seminary on Friday
evening. Refreshments will follow
music and recitations.
Mechanics' Homo, corner Hotel
and Nuttanu streets, lodging by day,
week or month, lertns: Vi and U)
cents per night; SI and fl.2f per
Tho charge of assault aud battery
against mounted patrolman Wlchart
was nol pros'd this morning, at the
request of Paul Neumann, counsel
for tho tramcar driver.
Goro Nnrita, acting Consul-Gen-oral
of Japan, will present tho Em
peror's letter of recognition of tho
Republic to President Dole aud
Cabinet to-morrow at 11 o'clock.
The 101 Japanese and IFiO Chinese
immigrants who camo by the S S.
Oceanic were released from quaran
tine this morning. Japanese hotels
are all excitement in consequence.
While the bark C. D. Bryant and
barkentine S. G. Wilder woro in San
Francisco on Nov. T.filOOciuars were
seized on tho former aud COO on tho
latter by tho Inspector of Customs.
G. R. Harrison, practical piano
nd organ maker and tunor, ran fur
nish best factory references. Orders
left at Hawaiian News Co. will re
ceive prompt attention. All work
guaranteed to lm the same aa don
Tho property aud household
ollcds of (toad Supervisor Cum
tilings have been levied on aud will
be sold at auction on Doc. 2il to
satisfy a claim of l"00 damages
awarded Mrs. N. laukea against Mr.
It is said to bo probable that tho
bark Highland Light will bo tho
first vessel to carry a cargo of sugar
from hero round tho Horn. The
bark brought 2000 tons of coal for
l lie u. r. wovorumout.
Hev. Mr. Byrde was a passenger by
tho S. S. Miowera on Saturday from
Vaucouver. The reverend gentle
man will take charge of tho Episco
pal Church at Kohala, Hawaii. Ho
was met at the wharf by T. It.
Walker, British Vice-Consul.
Having purchased largely at a
late credit salt). I am now enabled
lUbir VIVHIb own;, A aui utsw uunuiOM
to soil goods cheaper than any other
retail store iu town. All kinds 01
Dress Goods will bo sold at auction
prices for cash. Sale commencing
Monday, Nor. '20th. M. S. Levi.
The Marshal is holding an inquiry
into the lire in tho house occupied
by J. P. Uowon at Waikikl on Fri-
day evening. Directive Larson pro
tiouuces it au incendiary fire. A
square hole had been cut in the
lloor, ami kindlings soaked with
kerosene piled beneath it. When
the combustibles woro iguited the
board was replaced on tho hole
agaiu. Tho house is owned by
Auothiir Gubo Hung Up Soap Case
In J. I. Dowsett vs. Maukeala and
others, ejectiueut, thn mixed jury on
Friday niL'lit, after boinir out two
hours aud ten minutes, reported
disagreement and were discharged.
The case was also hung up at a for
Thos. W. Itawlins has filed satis
faction of the judgmcut in his favor
agaiust the Honolulu Soap Works
Company, acknowledging receipt of
t200 and costs, etc., 1277.
Catherine Datchelor vs. C. 13. Wil
son, trespass, is ou trial before the
following foreign jury: J. M. Tracy,
Win. Phillips, Peter High, W. G.
Woolen, J. C. Quiiin, J. M. Webb,
J.T. Copeland, A. Young, T. K. rouse,
CM. V. Korster, W. Hi Smith and
Fred. Philp. The bankruptcy of J.
llulmsli, jeweler, is iu evidence in
the case. C. . Ashford and C.
Creighton for plaitiliiT; Carter k
Carter anil F. M. Hatch for defend
ant. Judge Whiting has appointed J,
(J. Carter as guardian of W. II. AI
drich, a spendthrift, under a JvWHX)
bond. The Court finds that the
allegations were true up to the filing
of the petition, but since about the
first of October Aldrich hail shown
a change in his hnbi's, and given his
income into the hands of his wife.
If lie continue iu this improvement
long enough to hhow that he has
definitely ceased to be a spendthrift,
the Court has turner to revoke the
order of guardianship,
The Misery Before Taking
The Happiness AfterTaklng
Mr. R. It. Jilihnp
llamimmtnn, N. J.
M C. T. Ttood A Co., m ell, Masi.i
"PenrSlrti Ilinro been in poor hcnlth fur
to or 23 yean, and h.io bvvu taking doctors'
medicines mora or If ss alt tlio time. I Old tint
get much relief. My Mood was In a bad slinpo
and mj system was all run down. I Uiouglit I
mult die, but untieing lercrnt testimonials In
tha papers In behalf of Hood's Barsnpnillta I
bought three buttles and found that It did mo so
mnrli (mod Hint I continued takltift.lt. I ttaS
without appetite, slnllitully sleepy, am! Iiml a
headache most nil tho time. Ill (ait I rntiuut
describe my fcellims. Alter uWir nno bottle of
Hood's Barsaparllla I found It was dolug ma
much good and now I cannot praise tlio medi
cine too much for what It has duno for mo. I
am a disabled soldier U) cars old and was af-
Clcted with many ailments, Including kidney,
ronchltls, nnd catarrh, much using 0 bottles
of Hood's Harsanarlllii t am like another lam.
In fact I think Mood's Rirsnparllla saved mr
life." U. It. llliuioislloi 4, Ifatniiioiitoii, N. .
Hood's Pills are prompt and enviciit,)U
cosy lu action. Hold by all druciilHs. 23.
Hobron Drug Co., L'd.,
Bole Agents for the Kepnlillo of llnwnll.
Mils. Fukimaxx, who mtm
uiios our Dix'hh Making l)o
uurtmi'iit, lias ret rnuil from
Chicngo and is just overtoil led
with fcushioiiH, stylus, inul tu km
from morning to night about
droHHUH being cut tlii-j way iiul
that way, aud this is iu fashion
and that our. of fashion, about
how this ouglu to bu madu
and that ought to In; inadu.
It'H worth your whik to hear
her. Slie says w- arc in it
with the b st of them when
it gtH to hau'iliug stylish
liu'tiiy wcatht r always sug
gests Homething warm and as
all Wool Flannels uici Flan
nelettes are quite the thing
wo nronose to decrease our
stock of them somewhat dur
ing the week, at what is In
coming quite well known as
Quick Sales aud Small Piolit
Flannel is an article iu every
day demand, aud as nece-surV
to the complete outfit as air
and light to perfect heulihand
strength. For Night Dresses,
Chemises and t nick rs noth
ing is better, while f..r dre.sxc
nothing is neater or in nv
comfortable. We are going
to mow thcM' goods aud now
is the time to tiny them, uml
when you are doing it, don't
forget that we are making a
run this week on Fauuel and
Flannelettes, that other bar-
gaiiiH are offered.
fjtir Vcr, your five cent
check is worth just as much
as a live dol ar one it is not
the value of Hit! checks that
takes you to the Volcano but
the number you hive of th m.
B. F. KIILKKS & CO.
BY VlinVK OK A Wit IT OK KX
ocutiim lamii'il out of thn Klrnt Circuit
Court, on tlu iHtduyuf NiwwUir, A. II.
lt!il, Hyulnst V 11, CiiiiiiiiliiKH, ilcftuiilniit,
In Uvur nf Mm. J IC. lunkca ililnilll, for
the mini uf VI7.IH), 1 hnvu lev led uirfin und
uliall exMisr fur duIh at the Police Huitliill.
ill tho lllitrlot uf Hiinolulii, IhIiiihI nf
Onliii.at iii o'clock noun if SATl'ltD.VY,
thu J!Jth duy of Dcu.inliur, IMH, to thu
lillflif ut hlddcr, all the il(,'ht, titln and In
tureiit of thu mtld W. H. CiiiiiiiiIiikKi do
fuinlunt, In mid to the foluwlnc prnpirty.
tuilcut mid JinlKini'iit, IniiTU'.t, coiih mid
iu cxpcmi'it lit irvloitHly iuii,
1.1st of l'roporty for Mtlu:
1 -IaiuI lit Kiiiiiiioi nli'iiit, Ktilihl, Onliii,
ducrlhcd in ilci'd of .1. Wuhiiieuiiii to W.
II. ('iiiiiinlni;, duti'd April II, MiO, uml
rt'cordi'd in l.iiiur 1.', paK SI'J
2-l.8iid di'i-eriliid In It. I', iil'jl to W. II.
('iiniinliiK ilatfit Ann- -si ItHO, i-ontulnlii;
.l-l,anil ilicrllml Indeed of Kimiiiu (w.)
binl l.uku Imr hiialmml, to W. II Cum
inlilKa, ilutid July IV), I bin I, rii'ordcd in
l.iiiur lli'i, plIKU i!l.
I l.ainl ut Ki-oiicpuiU'o, K11III1I, Oaliu,
ilc-criliul in It. I'. :1I77 to V. II Ciiiii
inlnt!i dati'd Miiruli 1!D, Irtm, ciiiiliiiiiliij; 1111
uri'ii of I aurun
r 111 Tarn 1'utc.licn Willi crop iilnin-l ripu,
) Uoiiiiu und Ktirnltnrn.
(Vllii'iiliiivn to ho miIiI milijHct to 11
moriKiiKc of $.iKMl to X K Coukc,
Tiinit-i', ilalcil llui:. 1", K'), rcciirilu I In
l.iiiur J.i., pni;iMi
TcrinnCii-li: I'.H Hold Coin
or further nurtlculurH minis to J.
I,. Kitiililkou and Knuch JoIiiinoii Attor
(or the plalntlll
K. 11. IIIIDIICdl K.
.Mamhii llupuhlli' of HuvmiIi
IIoiiiiIiiIii, Onliii, Nov lii, In'.ll,
FOH HALE CHEAP
Annuity in vr.iiY
(IiiinI llupalr. Aln
n Ihw llrnkrs liolli ,ru
W. W. WillllllT.
Iloiiuliiiu CiirrliiK't .M'l'y.
The following letters received from Ar. Jno. A. Scott, iManu
ager Hilo Sugar Co., refer to the A very Fkuiiuzhk Distribu
tors and Stubble Diggers, for which the Hawaiian Hard
ware Co. are sole agents. Atr. Scott first saw these implements
at the Columbia Exhibition in Chicago, and was so favorably
impressed with their appearance that he immediately ordered
samples shipped to the Hilo Sugar Co. Ar. H. Deacon, Mana
ger for Pepeekeo Sugar Co., secured one each of these imple
ments from Ar. Scott and expressed his satisfaction with them
in the letter published herewith:
I'ki'Kekko, Aug. 8, IMU.
J. A. fa'tOTT,
Ihtir Sir- -In reply to yours iu relation to tho "Avery" Stubble Diggers
aud Fertilizer Distributors.
I would say that I have been using tho Diggers almost constantly since
I rceivedthom, and am highly pleased with thorn. Aa the name siguifios,
1 find them specially adapted to the work of loosening the soil atout rat
toon stools, and thoy majr bo used to great advantage either before or
after tho Fertilizer Distributors, thoreby putting tho rattoou fields in tho
very best condition for a rapid growth. They are a light draft machine,
anil 1 would recommend thou) to any plantation owner.
The Fertilizer Distributor is a great labor saving machine, and 1 find
that I shall ueed one more to till our requirements here.
1 remain, yours respectfully,
(Signed) II. Deacon,
Manager for Pepeekeo Sugar Co.
Waixku, Hilo, Auk. J, Is'JI.
Mil K. U IlcNDiiv, Honolulu.
Drar Sir. hi reiily to jour uiKiuirius regarding tho working of tlio
"Avorj" Stubblo Diggers nnd Furtilizur Distributors. I would say that 1
liavo Ikhmi using tlio Dlggum for norao montlm aud haru dug somo night
hundred aoron of sIooIk with thnm, thoroughly loosuuiug thu (toil in anil
about thu roots, thus giving them auoxcolleut opportunity for many morn
shoots to come forth than usually do. Aud I find that there in a thicker
stand of cane where It has been stubble dug. Tho machine works in fer
tilizers on rattoon stools without any further hand labor, mixing them
thoroughly with the soil and allowing them to get to the roots of the
The Fertilizer Distributors I have had at work for some time and I
have fertilized about four hundred acres with them thus far antl they aro
doingjall the makers claim for them, distributing the fertilizers in an even
manner on each side of thu cane anil iu whatever quantity desiretl. They
are a good labor saving machine ami aro dolug tlio work of several men.
These machines are of light draft aud strongly made aud there is nothing
liable to get out of order. I can fully rocouimond these to plantation
owuers. I remain, yours truly,
(Signed) John A. .Scott,
Manager Hilo Sugar Co.
We received by the Alameda a carload of Avery & Sons' Im
plements which include Fertilizer Distributors, Stubble Dijjgeii.
and Improved Sugar Land Cultivators. The latter has solid
discs and shovel attachments. They are admirably adapted lor
use in the soil here and will be found necessary on eveiy plan
tation. The l:erliliei Distributor is ai ranged to work on land where
the furrows are irregular with the same facility as where they
Any information regarding these machines will be furnished
on application to
THE HAWAIIAN HARDWARE CO.,
. $07 Fort Street, Honolulu.
I .ltiilllwttri tucltt
'V9ht Oi ti4 kit til old UKel
Tlio Honi'il of Ilenltli iccoiii
ini'iiil Hint nil drinking witter
he boiled und liltcied. No one
donliU the necessity of thU pre
fiiittioii with our city Mipply,
but tlioic who drink
tire always otini of iN uliiolute
purity. Wu warrant every bot
tle. X.vi'A Soda is a puio mine
ral water, jtiht us it conn-, climbed
with i-parkling gas fiuin the ho
Mini of nititlier earth. It it jnu
sci'ilicd anil t'ecoiuiiieiidcd by the
1110-t einiiiuitt jihysit'iuiih. It is
not one of the new "uiitko-lie-lieve"
natural water-, hut has
been iu oxtunsivu use for twenty
live years. We furnish this
"Kinjj of Table Waters" by the
Ittittlu, Do.ou or Cuio. Wu now
have cjjsus of Si.ty Hottlei, es
lieeinlly for faiuilit", at the very
ruahouabln price of $11 per case.
A trial order Miln-ited by tho
AMuiits for tlic llawalhin IbIiiiiIh.
Oa Friday Evenioo, Nov. 30
.A.T 7:00 OOIjOCJC.
1. '1'Iih I'riNrsni hiI i'iimnIhI ul Vocal
MiMc, Iti'i'Ualliiiu. Ilnlh, Ktc, K c,
Itkiiir-MMKM- Win. in. Hnivhii.
AcliniBQion, : SBota
will conduct a General re
warding and Kxpress Husi
ncB between the entire group
i of Islands. We make our
selves responsible foi all Pack
ages and Gonds sent by u-.
We have responsible Agents
at all portn touched by Steam
Our lOxpress Wagons will
' call for und deliver to any
part oi the city.
Baggage Checked direct to
destination from hotel or resi
dences. Packages ami money sent
by our Kxpre-s system are
guaranteed for their full va
lue. Our Agents board all in-
Baggage and (.toodn Ktired
three days tree of charge..
3f Place of Huaiucfb :
Hotel and rnimi street".
Both TelephoneH -I7tl.
The 10-MileRoad Race
A H1G SCOOP
Wiiu KirM 'I'Iiiiii I'rlrc
rJci'oint I'lui'H 1'rir.f.
Iloth llldi'lM M initcd on "(Jli'Vi-liiii'l
IA, A I, C Atldln-iili, who praiillotliv
vtoii II ml iilncti, rod n niachliii' lltltd with
't! cvclnii I" lllm elm nnd I'ire ate
fH, chiiIiIitIiii' IIiitm wit.i mil) tlirie
"I luv. ImiiiIm" Iu tin' Itiii-u,
H. . WALKER, Agont
JL8T OI'KNKU AT
isr. s. s
620 Fort Street,
An I'U-giwl ms runout In l-'igitrnl nnd Solid Colors.
A iifwhs ortin-titof Silm mid Sstln-Kdxe KIbbons, pretty odd shade for Fancy Work.
NEW STAMPED GOODS!
Co isl-tltiK of tftsniMil HIIk Ten CI tli,
TrA,-(Moths, Hide Hoard Hmrfs, Splashers, Dojll9, Etc.
Fancy Figured and Solid Color Crapes
In l.ljtlit llliif, I'.nk, IKlmrii, Cream, t.ivendsr and Cardinal.
Cardinal Cotton Duck, White Matting Cloth,
Jut tin- tiling for Id'rs' Coslurot?!.
NEwV FAXil WCmSTEB 33EIESS GOODS I
In tlie latest Ciiiil and HtMpos, anil a full assortment ol
SOLID COLOR WOKS TED IJItKSS GOODS!
In all the littust lmiles.
KCIR,EIS' ROOT BHJH1R..
TT IS A llOMKMADi: AN'l) HO.MKMAKlNti UHVERAQE.
It ii very citaily piopiircil, uml It the iliiin directions are
Inllowcd, it will ithvavn he Kootl. Kvcry mumher of the family,
fimii the 1ml iy to the urninlfiitlier, ciiii enjoy Hiiikh' Hoot Uker,
und evetv one nf Ilium will have helter health for each swallow
tlu-y take. H iuipnivi'4 the appetite, purities the blood, and
inner tlie tvlinle Mteni. Cliililien ipeclully tlclight in HlltKrt'
Itimi Hi. Hit lu preparation intercut tliuiu, und its use docs
llii'in pHul. In thntiMinilH nf hoiiies, "Hiiikh' Hoot Ukku that
unit her uiiule," will be uniting the hitppicsl recollections of
eliililliiMnl. It cleiuihCb the ryslciu of the poiMiuotis humors that
ill velop iu kidney uml urinary iIIhciihcs, and in fuel, in any case
that urii-es from an impure itulc of the blood.
Dirtiuctly iiiiilcrstiiinl IhitKs' ltnov Hkku Is without adulte
ration or iu iy eheuiicitl or itrtilleiul ndiuixtiirc we prove it it is
uiiide in our npeii l.ulinrntery. Nu recrct process. We lake the
bent IIitIm uml UiniIv, Imil them ilowu, ImihIc them and solid
lliciii In . vim. I'erliitps there isu'l uuntlicr Itool Hcer Labora
tory in tlieenuutry open tti pulihcye. Kery body knows Units'
itooi IIkki. ilieiiiicds iitn'l upptu.ich nature. Will you use
natural Itisd lleer ami sutihfy niir third ami strengthen yoiu
Imily, or will you ue aitilieial Knot liter to mivc it few pennies
uml ruin your health? There is ten tiiuec us much Hiukh' Hoot
Ui:i;ii i-ulil than all other Kool lleer exlractt combined.
J O B
lloitllo.V Oltl'd Co.MI'AXY
Hkxson, y.Mirii Ai Company
ITtJi.i.iSTKit Dut'd Company,
Lkwis Ai Company.
National Cane Shredder
PATENTED UNDER THE LAWS OF THE HAWAIIAN ISLANDS.
.Mr. John A. Scolt, Miin.iKet nf the Hilo Hupir Ceinpmiy, Kves the follow
iiij! wniideiful record of the working of the NATIONAL CANE SHRED
Dhlt, which iik elected hy their works Ml thu commencement of the crop
"During the p.iht week the Hilo Sue.ur CJonijiitny's mill exceeded uny of
its former reeonU h) tlu-nie, the U.'i lnnirh KniiiluiK with an output of 300J
toiih. Thin th fully Id p. ueiit more than die liem work of former years.
"Tin. three roller null heme, ill in. by ft I iu. uml the two roller mill M in.
by lit) iu. I In' lira null ili. iiij,' thin mnoiiut of work iu mi cilicient uiuuner
anil with kiciiI ease, enuipuMil Willi work on whole cane, owing to thorough
preparuiioiuif thermic by the Nalinuul Omie Hhrcihlcr, icccntly erected by
" Ami li. itc u-e ilu i ir.iitiiui ha been increused from If percent to ft per
rent on all kimb oi eaiie. ami in Mime cues Ml percent h.ts been reached;
mi nn iuKi inK i i in m niieiii, .leconiiiig to quality.
"I continue to nml the m. gu (mm shredded cmio better fuel than from
"Ilu rhtiilili r lin- been working day mid night for seven mouths and hat
given me i nun MiiRiuiiii.u, having hlireiltlul during that time uhoul sovuuly
Ihoimaiul tons ol cuie, and ,i large pari of n being bard ruloous.
"The hrtdili-r ami engine require cry little cue or utteiiiioa,"
gMf Plans mul tpecillc.ilioub ol tluo Slimhlurs iiiay be seen nl (he ollice of
WM. Q. IRWIN 4e CO., Id.,
at All Times
B E & S :
. "Wholesale Drugging