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31u gnUg 38 lUcUn.
TUKSDAY, NOV. 27, lrM
Tchmmy, Ndv. '.'7.
Ilrllhk l'nd.ow Forest, Mi'liitic t, for tli
Slinr lw.il.itil for Nitulliwill, Wain i'A nml
Kcknlii At I ti in
Sltnr Klninl for Muni iiml H:uwill nt 2 in
Hlmr Miknli'iln fur Kan il
rJlmr ClmiilliiK fur Alniii
Vermel Leaving To-morrow.
rJtmr Hawaii for Hnunll
Fur Alaiil niul Hawaii. t-r -ttnr Klniitl,
Nov 'J7Volrnim: Mm lltimiwi-s and mil,
J T ll.nim'loiinli Hint ifii, N J (Iil'uii iiml
wlf-, Allxs Mr.Ntilili nyiKtrln! lllm Mf
liMiln, MNs Utitli. .1 MiiKiifn-n.nl wile Mrs
K 1) lialdwln, Mlii hiiluM.Mi'i llltohiook.
Cnitnlii W M WnN-m, Ciiilubi Hook, 8
TuniT, lluv O I Emerson, I' Tovi-n, T
Tnsnkl, V M Swnnrv, II V MM. Kv I.
Ifir.le. It W Sulimlilt. U A-fii, A V I'oleri,
V M U-wls, wife Mnl 3 uhlliln'ii, HlHiihcii
l.ewl, Miss Summers, Mln. Idler j, MMd
Buretiea of Marshal to Pity DamngAB
Opfortfolt Minora lota Land.
In Mm. Datehulor vn. C. IJ. Wil
on, tho jury yesterday rendered a
verdict fur tlio plaintiff for S100.
Defendant m Marshal of tho King
dom served an execution on J.
Hubaib, jmvolcr, a tonntit of llio
plaintiff. Bishop Si Co., bankers,
wont nuroty for the Marshal and aro
thus responsible for the amount of
Jacob Lyons vn. J. Ilutiash and
Mrn. C. Hatclmlor, co-partners, ban
been discontinued. It wa entered
for the November term. 1M3. Plain
tiff, who does business in San Fran
cisco, claimed .T00 with Interest
fiom Fob. 9, 18111, to tho date of
judgment, for money duo on ac
count between the parties. Hatch
and Carter Si Cartur for plaintiff;
C. V. Aohford and CruiKhton for
defendant. C. L. Carter for plain
tiff asked for a continuanco, Mr.
Ashford objected, and thu Court
declined tho motion.
Lau CIioiik vs. V. F. Allun, guard
ian of tho Opforfiolt minors, eject
ment, wan tried beforo Judgo Cooper
thin morning by tho following jury:
I. ). aullivau, (J. V. Murtlnvatil, u.
Gray, L. 0. Abies, F. Hustaec, C. 11.
Klploj, J. Weir Hnlmttson, W. L.
Hooper, II. Davio, J. S. Martin, C.
F. Wolfe and F. J. Lowrey. Two
lots of laud taken possession of by
tho guardian for tho wards worn in
question. A vordict for tho plaintiff
wan returned. V. V. Anliforil, John
non and Kahookauo for plnintiffj
Hatch for defendant.
A wa vs. Lw Yiiuii lvtii, trespass,
wan begun thin afternoon, tho fol
lowing jury boiug Hwom: .1. S. Mar
tin, Houry Davin, E. V. HiMiop, C.
P. Wolfe, C. V. Stunlnvaiit, F. J.
Lnwrey. Geo. Grav, K. M. Marshall,
C. B. Hipley, W. L. Hopper, J. J.
Sulllvau. V. W. Dimond. IMnlutUT
claim damages from defendant for
asaaull. Acid for plaintiff; Fouler
"Judiciary Jotting" crowded out
yesterday will bo found in tho sup
Tho Duparturo of the Gudzow Forest
Duluyod by 'fhom
Three sailors deserted from the
British bark Cad.ow Forest some
time last night and were appre
hended at uoou to-day. Thu vessel
wan to nail to-day for the Sound, and
it was evident the men had no inten
tions of desortini; thu shin alto
gether, but just came ashore to have
a good time. Thu men had n iiretty
good load on when arrested, and
wero brought into thu Police Station
staggering. Captain Mel lines was
uotiUed and ho called at thu station
laboring under dilllculties of thu
same nature. Tho three men had
beeu entered on tho book for drunk
enness and tho captain had to put
up SI 8 bail, which he has forfeited
rather than delay tho vessel. Tho
men woru taken to thu ship iu irons
and aro probably sobered up by this
time, tho bark having sailed this
m m m
C. Wolters, mauager of tho Lihue
Elautation, is to bu married to Miss
. Isonl org some timu this wuek.
Mr. Wolters is a brother of W. Wol
tors, who is connected with H. Hack
fold A: Co. of this city. Tho ititeud
iiur nuptial couple are oxceodiuirlv
popular and their friends intend
S dving them a rousing reception,
ilr. Wolters of Honolulu has en
gaged tho Hawaiian Quintet Club
to go to Lihuo on the steamer Mika
bala this evening. The club goes
exclusively to render vocal anil in
strumental music at tho near ap
A Had Oaeu.
A man went into Manf, Shoo Co.'s
Shoo Store tho other day, and while
there took a lit, and says ho never
had one like it before.
LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS.
What's what Mclnorny's shoes.
Another answer to "A. B." received.
Hello! King up tho Elite for your
selves. J. I. Dowsett has two notices in to
Captain Fitzgerald is still master
of the steamer Hawaii.
Noticos from YimQuou and Wing
On Wo V Co. appear ulnowhore.
Detective Larson is still working
on tho Bowon firo last Friday night.
Wenner St Co.'s whole remaining
stock will bo sold at auction Friday.
Another $100 was rualized at the
closing of St. Andrew's fair yester
day. There wore seven passengers for
the Volcano by tho steamer Kiuau
Tho three reservoirs in Nutiauu
Valley are full of water, so the keep
ers reported this afternoon.
Apolliuaris, the "queen of table
waters," is for sale by F. A. Schaefer
St Co. at greatly redurod prices.
The sale of the household furni
ture of E. B. Thomas, which was to
have taken place to-morrow, has
beeu indefinitely postponed.
Loans on personal property will
bo made by tho Hawaiian Invest
ment Company, whoso announce
ment appears in this paper.
Captain W. Matson and Captain
Rock, besides mombem of the crew
of tho steamer DaWy Kimball, left
for Hllo on tho Klnau this aflor
noon. A luau in being given at Kapuu
kolo this afternoon in honor of tho
auniversary of tho birthday of Wal
ter, I ho child of Mrs. Ellen Kakoi
Harry Armitago will noil tho fruit
store on Fort street between the
Club Stables and Fashion Stables nt
uoou to-morrow at J. F. Morgan's
Wednesday of this week is Ha
waiian inuopouuouco day, Tuu
is Thanksgiving day, Friday St.
Andrew's day. and Satur
gueso Independence day.
To Plantation Managers. NEW GOODS! NEW GOODS!
H ? I OI'KNKlJ AT
light Years of Suffering
Perfect Cure by Hood's Sareaparllla
"CI. Hood & Co., Lowell, Misi.l
" Dear Sirs i Wo hare tried llnod'i S.imps
rUlAsod find It to bo all you claim for It Mr
wlfa wa poisoned iy Irjr nlien a young woman,
and tor atgtit years wai troubled every teaton
with the breaking ont and terrible Itehlnjt and
burning, t thought hers natna had a ease aa
anyone erer had. She was la this dlstrvsitng
condition erery year until she began to take
Itood't Barsaparllla, which has effected a per
fect cure, without leaving any scars, and lha
No Sign of the Polaon Since.
Bha It welt and hearty. I have taken Hood'
Bartaparllla alter the grip with goml results, and
hare also glren It to our four ehtldren. Wo ar
all picture of perfect health and owa It to
Hood' BarsaparlllA." J. 0. Kiikbmah, Van-
The following letters received from Ar. Jno. A. Scott, Aana
ager Hilo Sugar Co., refer to the Aveky Feriuier Disiriuu
tors and Stubble Diggers, for which the Hawaiian Hard
ware Co. are sole agents. Ar. Scott lirst saw these implements
at the Columbia Exhibition in Chicago, and was so favorably
I impressed with their appearance that he immediately ordered
samples shipped to the Hilo Sugar Co. Ar. H. Deacon, Aana
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'kpeekko, Aug. 8, IS'JI.
J. A. Scott,
l)mr Sir: In reply to yours iu relation to the "Avery" Stubble Diggers
and Fertilizer Distributors.
I would say that I have been using tho Diggers almost constantly since
I receivedtthem, and am highly pleasod with them. A the name signifies,
1 find them specially adapted to the work of loosening tho soil about rat
toon stools, and thoy may bo used to groat advantage either beforo or
after the Fertilizer Distributors, thereby putting tho rattoon fields in the
very best condition for a rapid growth. They are a light draft machine,
and I would recommend them to any plantation owner.
The Fertilizer Distributor is a great labor saving machine, and 1 find
that I shall need one more to fill our requirements here.
I remain, yours respectfully,
(Signed) II. Dcacos,
Manager for Pepeekeo Sugar Co.
INT. &. SACHS'
520 Port Sweet, : : Honolulu.
rllla do not Le Induced to buy nn other Instead.
you decide to taVs HomfaRarsapv
Hood's Pills ota hand made, and perfcot
tu proportion and appearance, tic. per boa.
Hobron Drug Co., L'd.,
Bote Agents for Hip Ki'imlilln of Hawaii.
Mrt. E. 11. Hcxnnr, Honolulu.
Wainaku, Hilo, Aug. t, 18UJ.
The California Fruit Market will
receive frozen turkeys, geese, chick
ens nt tho storo from tho ice houso
at noon to-morrow. Live poultry
will also bo available to customers.
Marshal Hitchcock mot Chiof-of-Police
Crowley of San Francisco at
IU o'clock this morning and drovo
him to the Kiecutivo building, where
ho was introduced to President
Olivers of Wlldor's Steamship
Company for the ensuing year are:
C. L. Wight, president; J. F. Hack
fold, vice president; S. B. Hose,
secretary and treasurer; W. F. Allen,
Mits. Fukimaxn, who mnn
arrcs our Dix'hh Milking De
partment. litiH let- nit'ri from
Clita'Ko and is just ovcrloa led
with faHhioiM. Htylus, mid ta ks
The steamer Walmanalo left for li'mn nioiMUIltr to night about
tho wreck of tho O. N. Wilcox yes-' lin,llH11 lwinf fill th'm wnv ml
terday evening, word having been n'HHlM '-ing ( U tllH vuy mhi
received that favorable weather pro- that Way, Mild this IH 111 filHtHOIl
vailed in that neighborhood. and that 011 of fashion, nboitt
how thin ought to bu iiuulu
and ihat ought to bo made.
U'h worth your while to hear
her. She hhvh w are in it
with the b- st of them when
it gtrt to liiin-lling htyli.sh
Kainy weathi r always Hiig
gentH (something warm and hh
all Avool H lannels mi 1 b'lan
neletten ae quite the thing
wo propone to deoreaKo our
Htock of them Homewhat dur
ing tho week, at what m be-
Ton of the Janauosu laborers who coimnir (illlte well known as
catuouudor the auspices of Ogura Quick Sales and Small Pi olit
v Co., have already deserted. Thoy T, ,. t
were shipped scarcely a mouth ago. I'U'.CH.
Ogura St Co., are held responsible J Flannel is ail Itl'tiele ill every
for deserters under bond. I Jay demand, and as noeofSiliy
Ah Lama, a Chinaman who was 1 to the omplote outfit as air
convicted of selling opium at Kapaa ,! j,rj,t lo ,Wy(vtii health and
on Nov. IU of last year aud sent- . ., v i. i-
eucetl to imy a Quo of fWX), has bteu I strength. For ?S Igllt DiVHHl'H,
released from jail under the poor ' CheilUHOH and K nicki I'rt notll
prisouer's release statute . jg jH letU'r, while l'nr (IrehSe-i
bubseriliers will notice that owing notlllllg IH lieilier or inure
to pressure of matter our usua ! comfnrtullu. Wo are g.iillg
make-up is departed from. Local ; . ., . P
and general news will bo fouud on to mow these goods and now
the first as well as overy other page, is tllO time lo hliy tllt'lll, Ulld
uu nut, uiinn uiu ubs oy laiiiuir w whLll VOll Jll'U rfuill"- it floil
look at overy column of reading I ;;'Kn', . ,OII,ft "' """
lhar .Vr; In renlv to vour ennulries reaardinir tho workinir of the
"Avery" Stubble Diggers and Fertilizer Distributors. I would say that I
have been using the Diggors for some months and havo dug some eight
hundred acres of stools with thorn, thoroughly loosening the soil in anil
about tho roots, thus giving thorn anoxcollout opportunity for many moro
shoots to come forth than usually do. And I find that thorn is a thicker
stand of cane where it has been atubblo 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 tho roots of the
Tho Fertilizer Distributors I have had at work for some time and I
havo fertilized alvuil four hundred acres with them thus far anil they are
doingiall tho makers claim for thorn, distributing tho fertilizers iu an oven
manner on each side of tho cano and in whatovor quantity desired. They
are a good lalior saving machine and aro doing the work of several men.
These machines aro of light draft and strongly made and thero is nothing
liable to get out of oruor. I can fully recommend these to plantation
owners. I romaln, yours truly,
(Signed) Jons A. Scott,
Manager Hilo Sugar Co.
We received by the Alameda a carload of Avery & Sons' hn-
a aaaaaa .aa aa . a a a k
piements wnicn include rertilizer Distributors, btuoblc Luggers
and Improved Sugar Land Cultivators. The latter has solid
discs and shovel attachments. They are admirably adapted for
use in the soil here and will be found necessary on every plan
tation. The Fertilizer Distributor is arranged to work on land where
the furrows are irregular with the same facility as where they
Any information regarding thee machines will be furnished
on application to
THE HAWAIIAN HARDWARE CO.,
II.; In, ?J lull oil tci, iiuiiuium.
Si 5 kolines ! Silkolines !
.n fi'i;.iiil ps rlmi'Dt In I'lfiiiri-il nml Soldi Colors.
A new Hi-urtint'iil of Halm uinl Sutlii-LMgf Klbbons, pretty odd shade for Fancy Work.
NEW STAMPED GOODS!
t'uislitlli)-of dtnliipvil tib Tn Clitli.i,
Ti-h Clot lis. Side Hoard .Scarfs, Btilastirn, DoylUs, Etc.
Fancy Figured and Solid Color Crapes
in l.ilil Dine, I'. nk, lnlinrn, I'ruiiin, I.vtidsr and Cardinal.
Cardinal Cotton Duck, White Matting Cloth,
J. nt tlm tlilti for lfilW Coslunic!".
NEW FALL WORSTED DRESS GOODS!
Iu the lute t I'lnld and SMri's, and a full aj-ortment of
SOLID COLOR WORSTED DRESS (JOODS!
In all the latest !indei.
w Irtatsurt toOist. .
I .-'jlcAVmV IAJ R,lh.ulll4
KsvSsWi'i H CoaUMtttMMSO '
liBWt. W ! I " Ui'Tl n.k.ill K11.I.IJL..LJ
WI.V V yjJ.j ?TVV1 VI H4 nil h Via uwrn
Tho alo of Btoekn at tbnBsltisroom
of J. F. Mortal) at uoou today r-
l'orgut that wu aru nuikiii; u
run thiH week on F'uiincl and
Flaiiiieli'ttoH, that other bar-
A Strong Horse
IS TUB KtSULT Or USINO
A PKISSII SUPPLY
Hay and Grain
Juki Arrived pur "ti, (I, Wilder."
CAM. A.N'l) SKK UR.
CALIFORNIA FEED GO.
Oorimr (Jure n A Nuiiaiiu HIk
Both Tki.kphonks 121.
suited as follow: Ton sliarea Ewa I gUinH uru offered.
i iiiiiiaviiiii vu, n bvucii, tmi s suaro - ,r V..Q ..,... .,.. ....f
fivo abaroa of tho aamo company'a ' H cfl Y0"1 "ve Cvlt
stock, $101 a ahare; ten sbarna Ka-I cllt'CK 18 Worth jlIHt UH much
liiiku Plantation Co.'a atock, 71 ! s fivc qI ar due it M not
oa,',t , , - , I the value of the eliuekft thut
It is uudMrstood that tho well- i,11B .,.,,, ,. 4i, r(1,.,mM U,if
known ra,'e horao Lord Urook. tho takl8 ,u t0 thu, N '' but
pride of the Hawaiian turf, will be the llUIUliel' you h lVe ot til 111
seut to Sau Frauciaco on tho next
Australia to take pait iu the Call-j R. F. KHLKRS & CO.
foruia .Tookuy Club races. Vha a
r...ili. l l..v nMn f i.! .H nr i
II. Coruwell, should Lord Brock win , Kinil Rill All tin
a good stake or two.
"Bisbop" Blackburn la now driving
a back, bniupr stationed on Merchant
street. Blackburn baa been recolv
ed back iuto tho Salvation Army,
and ou Saturday ovening last occu
pied a chnlr on tbe platform. Ho
also made a speech iu which bu Bald
that "although be waa driving a
hack be was as good a Christian aa
over ho was."
Tell 'em All That
rpHK KI.ITK U'K t'UKA.M 1MKI.OKH
X will Imki uii nxtrit Him uiialliy of A
.NO. 1 MI.Nt'K I'IK.S and otluT vurlellcs
forTlunksKivIni; Day riuiid In vour or
ders fur our lino l'lui, t'ukui, I'uuilif., mid
UIMll UI.NMI KKKI'ON UlSillXil'
TtUpbonts: BaU 182; Molutl 338.
Win. Lindsay, au ex-policumau,
haH been placed under arrost and a
charge of extortion placed against
his uaiue ou the Statiou clerk's re
gister. Liudsay la alleged to have
extorted ?2i from Yaau, a Japanese, I
on May 1st, while performing the
fliitiiw ul n iinliiitriian ItViaa Unanna A
w ,.l,nr,,.wl vuill, :.ll.r lml., ..,.1 ' l HfO Illd-llUtld. Ami.y to
. .....,,.... .........., .,..... v w
couiiieiiauciiig me extortion. nii7-tf
FOE, BALE CHEAP
ASIIKKY IN VKUV
(iiml Huimlr. Alio
few Itrakett both New
Honolulu Ciirrlnn .MTy.
Nice Things for the Table !
ASK YOUR GROCER
77;s Brnntl will always bo found Reliable ami Good Value.
FJtANlv IL PKTBKSOX & CO., AgunU,.
The Hoard of Health iccoin-
uifiid that all ilrinking wntcr i
bu boiled and liltured. No one
doubts the necessity of this pie
caution with our eily supply,
but those who drink
are always mi re of its absolute
purity. Wo warrant every bot
tle. N.M'.v Soda is a pure mine- (
nil water, just as it conic uharci
witli i-parkling jjns from the ho-'
soui of mother earth. It is pre
scribed and recommended by the
most eminent physicians. It is
not one ul tho new "niake-be-linvo"
natural waters, but has
beeu in oxtensive Use for twenty
live years. We furnish this
"King of Table Wiitcr" by the
Hiittlu, Do.on or Case. We now
havo eases of Sixty Hottles, es
peeially for families, at the very
reasonable price of 0 per case.
A trial order solicited by thu
Auito for the lluullau IsUiicIb.
ELECTION OF 0KPI0EK8.
At tiii: AiuoriiNKi) an.ntai.
iiii-ntiiiu of thu K Mii'i.ri IU11 mmi
I'iimi.sv, l.lnilti'il, lii-lil nt their uillrn, In
thl i Ity mi ilin 1'iilli lit.. Ilii' fnlluwIiiK
OIIIimti Miru fli'uled to utrvu durliih' the
uh-huIii).; ycur :
An invoice of the
Water just recelvod
direct from the Springe
In Shasta, California.
1 'Shasta' ' is the
finest mineral water
In the world. It Is
used In every leading
hotel and on all the
railway dining cars In
the United States.
' 'Shasta ' is the
Queen of all table wa
ters; blends perfectly
with liquor of all
kinds, and Is a natural
relief for all disor
ders of the stomach,
kidneys and liver.
For sale by all drug
gists and the trade
MACFARLANE & CO. LTD,
Sole Agents for tho
ii : wiidi'i
. (I. Wlldrr.
S, II, II
('. I.. Wluht
C. J. l-'ulk
Honolulu, .Nov. '.'), le.n.
BLKOTION OF OFFIOEUB.
AT THE ADJorit.NKI) ANM'AI.
lllfl'tlll Of Wll lUH'x hTltAUKIIlr I'om.
rNV, l.lmltrd; held ut iliflr uillm In this
i're fli'i'ti'd to frv durlli); thu i'iiuliii:
(J. I. Wlyht.
J, K. HhuWi'IiI
H. II Idixti
ri II. Komi
W. K. AllHl.
liuiiolulu, .Nov. '.), Ib'. I.
, .. .ht'i'iniar),
3. II. ItllKi:,
And at All Times
HIRES' ROOT BH3H1R..
T IS A llU.MKMADi: AND HO.MKMAKINd HKVKUAOE.
It lit very cindly iiicpurul, ami if tlui plain ilircclioim are
folliiwcil, u will ulwuyi lio uoml. Kxury iiieiulivr of Hie family,
from the lmliy to the Kriunlfutlii-r, can enjoy Hiickh' Hoot Ukkh,
ami cvi'ty une uf Ilium will have lictter lieallh for each awullow
tlicy lake. It impruvcH the appetite, ptirilK-M the blood, and
Inner tliu whole fVcteiii. Oliililren urpvciully duliglit in Hihkh'
ltuor lli.i:it. Its iiicparatiiiii intcrcBts them, and iln uno doca
llli'lll gllllll. Ill tlinllKllllllM (if llOIIH'H, "lilllKit' Hoot Ukkh that
mother muilc," will lo ainoiij; the Iiiiiiie8t rccollcctioiiri of
I'liililliuoil. It eliMiifccn the nyntcui of the poUoiioua huiiiors that
develop in kiilucy ami urinary (IUciimch, ami iu fact, iu any cumo
tlnit arUen frotii an impure rtale of the Mood.
Diidiut'lly umlerrtaml Hikkh' ltuor IIkkk in wlthnut inlulte
ration or any chi'inical or itrtilirMil admixture we prove it il is
niiiile in our npen l.ulmralory. No M'crel proceiiM. Wo take the
best lli'tln ami HihiIh, Imil them ilinvn, bottle them anil aond
them to ynu. IVrlnipH there im't another Hoot llecr Labora
tory iu III'1 country open to public "ye. Kveryboily known HlltKs'
Hour llixii i-lieiniu.ilrt can't approach iiuiurc. Will you ubu
nntiiral Hoot Deer anil catiify your thirst and rttrengtliou youi
bnily, or will you tixo uitillei.il Hoot llecr lo saw a few penult
ami ruin your Ih'hIiIi'.' 'rberu leu timer art much Hiukh' Hour
Ukkk rolil than all other Hoot lieer exlracU combined.
Iloimox Diujo Company
Hknson, Smith & Company
IIoi.i.ibTKii Dituo Company, Ltd. .. .
Lkwis it Company
. . . Wholesale Druggists
National Cane Shredder
PATENTED UNDER THE LAWS OF THE HAWAIIAN ISLANDS.
.TMrtss?: 2rsv aL
' .7 JVl f-SS
- - y.ni, . -"
Hm,PFirmh. V Ul .' a C-
Mr. John A. Scott, Muu.inir of the Milu Sut'iir Company, glvcH tho follow
iiik wonderful ici'ord of the woikuijj of the NATIONAL (JANE SHHED
DEK, which win, erected by their works at the comineiiccinont of the cron
just harerted: '
" Durinj,' the p.t week the Hilo Siiur Coiupany' mill exceeded any of
iU foinier rccoiil!, by flosin-; the 12." In. urn griudiiiK with au output of 3001
loiiH. This i fully 10 pcicuiit more than lliu best work of former years.
"Thelhice roller mill buiiiK - in. by ol in. anil tho two roller mill HO In.
by 1.11 in. 'Hie lirl mill lining tliih auioiiiit of work in an ellicicnt manner
and with re.il oan-, com pared with work on whole cane, owing lo thorough
prop.u.ilioii uf tlio cine by ibe National Oane Shredder, leccntly erected by
"And by ilr iimi the exlraetiou Ii.ih been luerciined from U percent to 5 por
cent on all kiuilr, of c line, ami in miiiiu uiibo hO percent Inu been reached'
the average being 7" to 7t piiecnt, aefordiug to ipi.dity, '
" I foutinue to Iiml tla in.-giihH frmu nhredded cano better fuel than from
'"I lie r.iniLlir h,t been working day ami night for uuu uioiilha and liaa
given me entile ratihiactiou, having nhredded during that timu about nuvonly
tboiiriand loiiH of fane, ami a largo part ul il being hard ratooua.
Ihc hhrnldei ami engine rcipitie very Utile caro or attention."
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