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National Cane Shredder
PATENTED UNDER THE LAWS OF THE HAWAIIAN ISLANDS.
Mr. John A. Bcoll, Mnungcr of llio Ililo Httgur Company, given thu follow
ing wonderful record of thu working of thu NATIONAL CANE SUHED
DElt, which was erected by their works ut tliu coiumunceinunt of the crop i
" During tlto past week the Ililo Sugar Company's mill exceeded nny of
its former records hy closing the 125 hours grinding witli an output of aOOJ
tons. This is fully 10 percent more than thu best work of former yours.
"Tlio three roller mill being 20 in. hy 1 in. and the two roller mill U0 in. '
hyCOin. 1 he first mill doing this amount of work in an elllcient manner .
and with great ease, compared with work on wholu cane, owing to thorough
preparation of the cano by thu National Cane Shredder, iccently erected hy
11 And by its use the extraction has heon increased from .'i percent to 5 per
cent on all kinds of cane, and in some cases 80 percent lias been readied ;
thu average being 75 to 78 percent, aeeordini; to uu.ilitv. '
"I continue to liud the tuegass from shredded cano better fuel than from
"The shredder hits been working day and night for sccn mouths and has
given me entire satisfaction, haiug shredded during that time about seventy
thousand tons of cane, and a large part of it hoing hard ratoous.
"The shredder and engine require very little care or attention."
fflTplans and specifications of these Shi judders may lie seen at the ollice of
WM. G. IRWIN & CO., L'd..
ttfiU ApfiU fnr fa HrtrnUrm Mo.irt.
M. W. McCHESNEY
Offer for the Holiday Trade a FuU Atnorlmcnt of
General Grorcric. Fain Me who wih to buy
wholetalc (by (he cane or original package) can
nave money by calling on u. He especially call
your attention to our large. Mock of Extra Fine.
Granulated Sugars in Jlarrrl, Half llarrel and
Hag. Aho a full aturtuicnt of Cutting' Extra
Fine Table. Fruit ut low jirirc.
Ed. Holfschlaeger & Co. :-:
"Hontebold" Sewing Micblnts,
Hind St wing Mtcbloes, with ill tbe latest Improvements.
Westerner's Cottage Pianos.
Parlor Organs, Guitars, and ohmr Instruments.
:-: King and Bethel Streets.
Mutual Telephone Go.
ELECTION OF OFFICERS.
AT Till: ADJOUIINKD ANNUAL
MeelliiKof this Compuny held .Nov.
linti, la'JI, tliu following Ulllccr were
elected fur thu ensuing year:
Ww. O, Irwin l'renldutit
Cecil lirowu Vlce-1'rutldfnl
James Campbell, Godfrey llrown, 1 1. A.
Wldeiiuiiu. J. I1'. Drown aim W. ',
At Directors' meeting t Nov. U0, 1MI,
under the lly-laws ol the Coiupaiiy, fur
Uier elections wtru made us ullowa:
J. F. llrown Secretary
Uodfrey llrown Treuittrer
U. O. litrgur Auiiltur
J. F. llltOWN,
WO-lni Secretary Mutual. Til. Co.
M. T. DONtfELL,
Nei Patented Pui Straioer
AsV All Orders or Couiiiiunlcstlnns
addressed to K. O. Jlil .t Bon, l.'d.,
iwho bave them ou tmle), or to M. T.
KmuelJ, will receive promiit attention.
Faople's Baggage Express
WII.h CALL ANY l'AUT OF THE
City for li AUG AUK. All llu'UKe
received by us will be handled with cure
and dlspamh. Waugons will be ou the
Wharf to meet all Foreign and Inter
Island Steamers. Moving l'iunos and
Kuruiture a specialty. Olllcu United
Uarriaie Co. and Livery Stables, comer of
King and Kort Streets, next to K O. Hull
& Son. Both Teleiihones VSHJ.
1100 3m M. T. MAUBHAIjL..
A. JTeLmily Hotel.
Per Day 'i
rsUIAI. MONTHLY HATKN,
The Best of Attendance, the liett Bittmiioii
and the Finest Meals in the Uity.
T. KK0U8E, . . . . Proprietor.
BACK AOAIN TO WORK.
JST. B1. BXJRO-EJSS
Is again prepared to mpsir (Urden llobc,
BprlLklers, water Taps, eU. haw KHIiik
and all kinds of Tools shsryenrd, Inoluci.
lug UarylUK Knifes ami Boli.ornj lwn
Mowers a tm'cla'ty; also Betting Uiassj In
fact ah kinds of Jobbing Wonc uuilml for
and rrttiriied Juiik up 111 ilutiul 'IVIh.
phone any time beforn U a, m. 1 1 7IKI
a YaniTPsM Msniifuclururofl'mKiy
m (lAwUlslli Wroiiitht Iron Kum-ts
lor Uurlal M, Itesldmiurs, Hardens, Hal.
eouiss, eta, Uuluti street, lifuny opiHicllu
For Christmas and New Year !
Live TiKkrjs, Gese & Chickens
Kalibi Poultry Ranch
V AH l'nultry fiom tlio above Ranch
re Kat ami 1 Irm Fed on drain und Frrsh
Be.dcrkra for any description of
I'omtrv Alive, or Killed and Dressed.
California Fruit Market,
Corner King and Alskra Sis.
Mutual Tklkimionb 37t5.
hop mm & co.,
102 HOTKh HTHKKT
Wholesale Dealers in
Liquors ana Manila Giors
General Chinese Mercnandlse
SUCU AS -
Nut Oils, Klce, MuttliiK,
OhlnesA Bilks, Teas, ICto.
BH"llh tnd erin Orocsrlw
uy nvery i;oast oieniiifi.
MUTUAh TKI.Kl'HONK 117. ,
- WILL ATTKNDTO-
Vanagemant and Sale of Propenj
Collecting in All Its Branches. !
Orrtrat No, 42 Merchant Htrnel
uc trrcxr m.1 rrosXiKFZxoxTx: a bo
Cement Sidewalks & Gra-
u .. ,,
IlltO CurDine Laid.
KstlniaUs given on all kinds of
HTllNK.tlONuHKTKA 1'I.ABTKH WOHK
coNtsiTs srtnui.Tr -
JOHN F. BOWLER.
of the Very Finest
Quality put into our
That you will do when
you see thorn.
105 Fort Street.
Christmas Cards !
Water Color Gums of
: : : AhSO i : :
Send Somothlng Hawaiian to Your
KING BROS.' ART STORE
I.. B. KKIilt'S
I HAVB JUHT KKCKIVK1)
LA1U1K ABHOIIT.MKNTOK .
and Latest Styles.
THKHK (K)ODS Wlhh 11 K 801.1)
ANY QUANTITY KHOM A
100 Yards Down to Enough
to Make a Single Suit I
- AND AT -
Hard Times Prices!
L. B. RERK, - Imi'Ohtkk,
W. W. AHANA
333 XTm.-u.oxvu StrsMt.
oojlllsb, Scotch and AmertCHD Goods.
Htyle and Kit Juaranled.
Cleaning & Repairing
Mutual Tele, 668. P. 0, Box 144.
MERCHANT - TAILOR
Fine CanHimoroH Sorgoa,
White Linens, Etc.
Suits Mado to Order
ON BIIOHT NOTKIK.
fiirmiun nvciun o ocotmiun
vtcflirrru, uicmu nurnminu
0. AK1MA. 40 Nuuanu Stroot.
TOe gniljj ggutldln.
MONDAY, DEO 17, IMH
When friendship, love and tiuth abound
Among a band of brotherc,
It's then that Joy goes gaily round,
Kach shares th bliss of others.
Sweet roes grace their thorny way
Along the vale of sorrow:
The Mowers which shed their leaves to day,
Shall bloom again to morrow.
How grand in nee. how fair in youth,
Is holy Mendahip, love and traib.
On halcyon wings our moments pss,
Old Time lays down his sullen glass.
In gay good humor smiling
i gay goou numor sinning,
with urmlno head and nail ot grass,
His reverent iront adorning.
He looks like Winter turned to May,
Sight softened Into morning.
How grand In age. bow fair In youth,
It holy friendship, love and truth
From theo delightful fountains How
, Ambrosial wells of pleasure.
Can men desire, cn heaven bestow,
A more re pWidcnt pleasure?
i Adorned with gems so richly bright
We'll form a constollntlon,
Where every star with modest light,
Shall gild Its proper station.
ll'nv grnnu in age, uow inir in yiiuui,
Is holy friendship, love and truth
IT WAS A 8U00KSS.
Kawalahao Church Fair Srawa Well
and Pleaaea Its Patrona.
The Kawaiahao Church Fair
proved a grand success, to judge by
tho large attendance during Friday
and Saturday evenings. On Satur
day the Bcretania Sroet Armory was
crowded with peoplo of all national
ities, and the place was a scone- of
i gayety and cheerful confusion. At
times it was impossible to make one a
way across the room. The hall pre
sooted a falrj-llko appearance, being
n howor ol bunting, ferns ana green
! ery. The incandescent eloctric lights
glowed brightly, et
! nancy of the scone
glowed brightly, enhancing the bril-
Tho ladies in thoir different booths
were kept pretty busy throughout
tho evening. Their efforts were woll
recompensed, as evidenced by the
constant tingling of coin. A. F.
Cooke took in the shekels at tho en
trance On tho left hand side on entering
wan tho Kamohamoha School booth
presided over by Miss Richards and
assistants. Hern fancy work was
disposed of. Next came tho Kawaia
hao Seminary arbor. Miss Soars,
Mrs. I'. O. Jones and Mrs. Emma
Maholona, assisted by tho Semi
naries, had charge of this table. The
The handiwork of tho girls was dis
posed of here.
Hawaiian curios camo nozt.
Mrs. E. S. Cunha presided here.
Mrs. Geo. C. Bcckley, iu a cush
ioned arbor, next claimed atten
tion. Tho fancy table under Mrs. S.
M. Damon, Mrs. A. Haaloloa and
Mrs. Widdilield, was crowded
throughout tho evening. Tho lady
assistants at this tablo worked hard .
and success crowned their efforts.
In the corner was an alcovo where
young people sat and told each
others fortune. On the makai side I
Mrs. II. J. Nolle. Mrs. Breniir. Mrs. '
T. S. Douglas and a bovy of maidens
dispensed hot coffee, cakes, and
oilier refreshments. Many sought
this place after walking around the
hall. The Home Utile table did a
good busiuess. This was managod
uy Airs, liouort Lowers
mo adjoining nowor was pernaps
ono of thu prottiuat at tho fair, in
lu.ro .Misses Ilartwoll, Widtlifiold .
ami othnr young lad lea sold fancy
articles. In thu grab box depart-1
inont Mrs. J. A. Cummiun, Mrs. J. I
MeraulMtrir anil nthnra hold Lhn cash. I
.. . . i
Thu lemonade, aland wa indeed thu
most elaborate there. Mra J. F.
"'mini niui asnioiauiB duiviiu iiiu iu
At tho upper end of tho armory
on a temporary platform Prof, lier
gur and bis orchestra played
throughout tho fair. Much praise
is duo the management for their
very auccessful work at the fair.
There was not a jarring incident,
miuovcrjfcuuiK Ho-aouuii .uom
as a marriage oeti. inu proceeds
win go towarus repairing mo rooi oi
tbe Kawaiahao Church.
TBEBE WAS A SEIZURE.
Tbe Powder wti for Blasting
tho Marshal Holds It.
Tho schooner Haleakala had on
board when searched by Lieutenant
lloli ou Saturday afternoon fifty
pounds oi powder witli a supply ol
, lino. These were suspecteu to I
These were suspected io bo-
to royalists ami were seized
i !. r . . .
j and turned over to the Marshal.
Shortly after J. S. Walker claimed
the box, and later K. li Thomas
I called for the stuff. Both were
members of the Wilcox wrecking
, syndicate and stated they had pur-
I chased the stuff from the Hawaiian
Hnrdwaro Co. for blasting purposes.
Tho Marshal, however, refused to
deliver the material,
The Government band will give a
contort at Emnin Square this.evon-
nig at 7:30 o'clock. Following is
Miiro'i lli'llo of New York .
KuntHsin- Awakening of thu l.lon
Mfdkv M initial He view. ..
Ilullnd-On the Beu Huhnlicrt
Wultis Makeo Island..
I'olku NiitiHiiu Valley
1 A. E. Kilpatrick, of Fillmore Cal,
I had the misfortune to have his leg
I caught between a cart and a stone
j and badly bruised. Ordinarily he
I would have boeu laid up fur two or
' three weeks, but says: "After using
one bottle of (Jhamborlain a rain
Halm I began to feel better, and in '
i three days was eutlrely well. The
v wnll. 'I'hii
,,r,,,li1ttr i8?0,11',' ,r,,"?'itio8 wLiolJ
Chamberlain 'a l'oin Halm possesses l
. have never noticed iu anv other llui-
i intuit. 1 take pleasure In recom
r .-.. T.
take iilunHiiru In recom-
' inentllng It." I ins iiiiimeut is also
()f vn)uo f()r r,t)matgm aml
1 lame hat'K. I'or sale uy an ueaiers.
1 !V,,"';t Smllli As Co., agents for the
Founder's - Day
Will be Celebrated at KAMKHAMKHA
SCHOOL by the Opening of the
KAMEHAMKBrV GIRLS' SCHOOL
TUB ANNEX TO THK
Will be held hi tho IIISHU1 HAM. (The
Mannal School) at 2 r. u., Dei. 111.
Address by Mrs. Haalelea and others.
81'OKTB In charge of the Uoys will tsk
place at 3:30 v M.
Inspection of llnlldlngs at (II It) 8'
BGHOOIj from a to 4 r. m. Ti.o general
public are Invited. UlO-td
Real Estate and Loans
Tho enlargement of tho LOAN Market
so as to cover the wants and necessities of
the largo number of Imnorablo peofle who
are not owner of unincumbered Itcal
Kstnte was on- of the most nocciry Inno
vations of recent cnr. To many It has
meant relict from preying claim i ut the
very time when most essential. When
proiierly and honorably conducted this
iiimiioss Is uf Hpially great lmiHirtne
and vulue to tho community. ns Lulldlng
ami fmn Associations have proved them
velvus to bi.
Tbe Hawaiian Iovestmefit Co.
Makes a ectalty of Negotiating and Pro
curing lioaus for llor rowers who are un
able to dlMiniint their Nosnttlio Dunks
and who do not care lo obllgato tbcm
solves lo soma friend or ncnuaiulunuo by
asking his ciidoiemtnt to tlielr Note.
This Comnanv will make Ixians noon
Household Furnlturo, l'iaiios. Organs.
Hotsos, Mule, Wagons, Carriages ami
Personal l'ruprty wl'hottt removing the
Property from the llorroncr's iosserstnn,
and all liiislncs will conducted on a
bTUlCTl.Y CUNK1UKNT1AI, UAblB.
Tab Hawaiian lutbttme&t Co.,
OeNcnAL Hkal Estate Aoents,
IS and 18 Kaliunanu Btrel.
Notary Public. Mutual Tephone 639,
Machinery Fur Salel
' t ENGINK. Double Cylinder,
1 VKIU'IUAI. TUIIIU.AH IIOII.KIt, r fret
long, A0 tliu es dinmeirr. cila n ng
lCW'J-l"oli tulo; wl I supply stmm for
10 Horse i'ower Kng lie.
1 FKKI) l'UMf with all ojiineotlons.
The nboro are nil in t-ood order und an
be li-d a a bsifjuln ny app'ylni; to ttm un
drrslKnrd utoiiu upion rem co., lm.
, N0Tf,UK. i8 WV aiVKN THAT
' fl, $$' ft Iti'.
ttan, and all oiitatandliiK accounts diie the
riterlon Saloon and tho Jobbing house of
li. 11. Dee tin to the above data are ntvablo
i to Mr. L. It. Dee. All bills ouslnst I-
Uee please present Immediately for nay. I
i ii. lir.i:. i
Honolulu. Oct n. H
HOMEiWEAD FOR SALE.
COTTAOK AND I.T
k for sale near tow II. In-
t quire at tbe Uui.lktinuiIIoc.
to let at terminus of
1200-tf 37KIiib street.
ROOM 8 AND BOABD.
ROOMS AND IIOAHD
fur u few persons can lut
hud at Ilaiilwal, on the Wal
W. B. HAUThKIT.
CITY PROPERTY FOR SALE.
Two Houtes, on the street
car line, will be sold low.
1'art of thu money may remain on mart
KuKo Apply at this Ollice. lVOl-tl
riMIKKK NIOK LOTS AT
j B a whole or sepurutHy
A. Aluklkl at a Jlaru'Hln.
Cummins Mock, Merchant Btreet.
F'Olt TWO OH THHKK
Yuars, a CottUKe (cou
i rally located! of hour
Hooms with 1'autrv and
VIIUIIUII ailUUUTU. AIM, ,111 .MM, (JVIIHIIbn
and Carrlaue-rooms und Btables on the
l'remises. Thu House is partly lltt'd up
Klicliun uttauhed. llathrrom
for housekeeping, and
the lot will bu
divided oil from tint ma u iiird bv i
lut main urd by n fouru.
leuautH are warned. In
Uood resitonslblu teiiaiitH are warned.
quire at thu IlUM.KTiN Ollice. ' lmt-tf
BUUCE WAB1NW & CO.
i At Walklkl nnrar lino and on I'alania
II .... S ....lb L'.,llllulllil lllllHI 'I liiiuii I Jit u
""' ;"";: i..,.V. , .. . Ph.,i.i , in',.vi n...
Dcsliuble Acre 'I'rucls nuar thu cit iimi
other l'rourtlus for Hale.
lllllKJK WAItlNO A CO.,
Dealers hi Uitsnud l.umls,
I'.'ll-H Mi l'"urt blreet, uear Kilii;.
Carpets, Rugs, Linoleums,
Fine-Crockery, Glassware, Etc.
Fine Easels, Piano Lampn,
Koci"g Chair, F..ncy Ti'bk'fl H
Umbrella Stands, Mus'c . "iku.
Royal WorccMtcr, Crown Derby,
Satautna, Hnvilnnd, Cloisciih
Crt'soent China, Etc.
Fancy Vases, Ctit Glaus Decanters,
Rose Bowls, Tumblers,
Wine Glasf-e", Etc . iu.
Velvet Pile Centre Rugn,
Japanese Rugs, Sofa Mats,
Door Mats in Large Variety,
A LAHUK ASSORTMENT OF
Fair.y Plate!, Plaques, Caps and Sancers
TJ I1K BOLD SINGLY Oil IN BKT8.
Solid Silver and Pin ted Ware
TO rK (U.OSRD OUT UNUKtt COST.
THEO. E DAVIES & CO.,
A largo assortment
lias jUHt bocn re
i ccivcil por "11. 1.
j llichot" nnl "C. D.
Bryant," and moro
j lo inrivo pur "Tran
Hopp &, Co,
No. 4 IClrig Street.
Benson, Smith & Co.,
Corner Fort As Hotwl 8ta.
From Recent Direct Imptrtattois
The Only Perfect Toothbrush.
Perfumes & Soaps '
A. T-i.A.R.a-E A.eSORTJsvrXSlSrT.
I'. 0. HOX 481-
PACIFIC GUANO & FERTILIZER CO.
0. N. WILCOX President.
J. V. HAUKKKM! Vlce-1'resldunt.
T. MAY...., Auditor.
K. B1IHH Bcortary at (I Treasurer.
OUR NEW WORKS AT KALTIII lioing comploted, we are now ready
to Furnish all kinds of
AI.80 KKKI' UONSTANTI.Y ON HAND
! Pad lie Wuano, Futush,
Sulphate of imininij,
Hii-ilal atleiitlon uWtin lo Ainilvsls of Bolls bv our Aitrlonltnral Clieuilut,
All (IjimIs are t;imraniool In every
Fiir further parllunlnrs
Every variety, stylo
anil price in tho
Furniture lino. Tho
host and most va
ried iu Honolulu.
Call und inapect our
-MUTUAL TKI.E. W
Nitrate of Soda,
Calcined Fertilizer Suite,
Quarto It Fertilizer
DK. W. AYKUDAM, Mana.er.
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