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TPR PA11Y BULLET'N. AfFII, 11. IWffi.
Theo. H. Davies & Co.
While Brothers Cement,
Corrugated Iron Boofiing,
Galvanized Water Pipe,
Paints and Oils,
Eoche Earbor Lime,
C. & C. Fine Flour,
Ilay, Grain and Groceries,
Hardware and Cutlery,
dorter it Dealer in Earopeao Dry and Fancy Goods
Ladles' Wares of every description. Alio, fresh Hue of Chinese Goods.
Pongee & "Wliite Sills. Pajennas,
No. 1 White and Colored Mattings 1
Best Black and Green Chineeo Tea. Crepe Shawls, Etc.
tm Kit Guaranteed. Prices Moderate. -wi
tar :MuLfu.a,l Telephone 548 tta
7ILBPHONB 119 P. a BOX 372
CUAS. OUST ACE,
I VI POUTER AND DEALER IN
GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, FLOUR and PEED.
Fresh California Roll Batter and Island Batter
VT ALWAYS ON HAND jg
161 Goods Recelied bj Every
All Orders fatthfallv attend to.
toltoiUxt and packed with cure.
Lihoolw Btnnir.. Kino STRrirr.
BOTH Tai.BPUONKS 240
Provision Dealers & Naval Supplies
Erwab Goods by Every California Steamur.
ICE3 - HOUSK - GOODS - A - SPECIALTY.
li.An fRnrti Sot lorrun jgtM
TBl.KFHONK W P. O. HdX 14
H. E. MoINTYKK & KKO.,
IMrORTIHN NO nCtLIKN IM
Groceries, - Provisions - and - Feed.
New Omxtii KciwtTHil by Every I'li'im (nun the Knmuru Htmei and Bamp
PRISHH CALIFORNIA PRODUCE - BY - EVERY STEAM Kb.
All Ordar talthfiilly attended
Psrt of the
tn,mn Ordrrs Soi.iniTBp
HAHT IIIIKNKK KIIH1
Steamer from Sao Francisco.
8stIsftotIon suarantesd Iiland UrtJnri
Brr. Fort nd Alakk Strbicts.
- P O. BOX 297
I Retail (kef
to and Goods Deltvxrnd to n
A Nil KINO BTJ'.KRTf!.
THE LATE MR. PElEKSON.
Funnral Hnrvlces Held in fan Fran
cisco Over the Remains.
Thn following ncconnlof (ho fun-
pal bii vices of tho into Arthur 1',
Pot or? oil ii eotmiilwl from San Fran
cisco papers nnii republished by ro
queM, A Innwuirrlnof Hawaiian, friends
and lirethrun in exilo, a'sonililed in
tlio nudiutaldim parlors of Martin
& Morrison, 1 18 Gonry ptreet, on
March 19, to attend the funral RHr
viceoerA. P. IMerson, ex-Attor-ntT
-General of Hawaii, who diud at.
the California. Hotel Saturday even
ing. The HMrvieeB wero wmducteil
liy Rev. 0. O. Brown, pastor of the
First Conrcationnl Church. After
the MnRi'itf of a hjniii, Mr. Brown
rend a chapter fr in tint Scriptures,
and delivered u short hut touching
funeral ndilres-. The pr.'nelier read
a hiornphical sketch of thu deceas
ed, lie then raid:
"As regards the political jympa
tides of him ho liesdead hefuro us,
there i a riiflTnruuco of opiuiou, a
there must ninny be in all earthly
things This tniich may be mill:
He was honeft aiid siucere. Do ha
irnuo to meet tho preat and eternal
Kiup, who judges all with thu judg
ment that eternal justice."
The calel conWiiniiiK thn dead
wan prolu-ely and beautifully deco
rated wtli flowers. There were ralla
lillie, a largo wreath of violets, heli
otropes, a hunch of Eastern Idle?, a
wreath of suiilax, filths and a sheaf
The following friend", all of whom
nro or recently ro residents of
Honolulu, were pMseiit:
C. W. Ashforil, Charles Crpiphto",
W. 11. Corewell, Consul Charles T.
Wilder, G. W. Mnufnrlaue, Frod. W.
Wutideutierg, 11. A. Jueii. Mm.
Laine. .Mr-", liiown, James Brown.
Mrs. Wateri'iiry, John Oat, Mr,
Od, Mr-. T. King, Mrs. H. Burger,
Ma"er Merger, Tlimiihs liiug, Jr.,
Mr. Mnhotie, Mrs. R. J. Croiulitnn,
Mi" A M. Cretghton, Mr-. V. M.
G Hard, Mrs. 11. McGmw, Peter
Camariuo-, 11. on Wert hern, T. F.
Kennedy. It. II. Hug, W. II. Al
drich, C Kleinine, 11. V. HoMj.ird, J.
Radiu, Mn-8 Bmmwell, 11. L. Gear,
George Gear. Mrs. H. L. Geur, Mis.
O. D. Gear, James A. Fuller, G. W.
Shulte-, A. Savage, Mrs. Captain
Hubbard, George Fink, Jotiu Ltroy,
and Arthur White,
CTJRfEW LAW RtVIVrD
Children of Stillwater, Minn., Muat
Leavo the Streets at 0 p. m.
Tho famous jroier ordinance,
providing that all children under 10
years r.f ago shall leave tho strolls
at 9 o'clock, when curfew rings, has
gone into fleet at Stillwater, Minn.,
ami is rigidly enforced.
Any hilil found on the street
after!) o'clock N c inpelled to uivn a
good account of linn- If, aixl if not
tho child is taken either home or t
tho city j dl, and parents notified
that they must aid hi enforcing the
ordinance- thereafter. Somo hci)s
are o venturesome that they remain
out after the bell ha tolled jiiht for
the purpose of tantalizing tho olli
ceis, but seoral of them bao come
to grief and to the lockup. The
ordinance haopernted very satisfic
torily in thu city thin far, and that
other cities throughout the state
can roe the good results of the move
ment is demonstrated by the uiitn
ber of applications received from
everywhere for copies of thu ordin
ance and for short hltetchus of how
(f'coni U. 8. Journal oJMtcine.)
jus without doubt IrutUd nmi circd more cai tuun
tend n I'.H a largo Imtllo of ti is ilKohitecnre, tn c to
any uu"e-cr w ho may tend tlnlr P.O. ami Kxprcm nd
Prof. W. II. PCEKi:, I'. U., 4 Cedar bU, New York.
ROOMS AND 11QAKD.
OOOMB AND ItOAltl)
I for a few persons cmii
liit'l nt llunlwul, on tlie
W. B. HAilThKr-r.
D'eri iiv A. uarienberir. hen I
lius Hre ninilcrn slid eciiiniodlonH hih! the
tpiii'liiiiH MrminilH a-M l-i't out ( fruit Hint
ntiiHiuoi tnl t e--s hnsv tTins to - ilps)r
ii'n if i nut. j'. r inr her pariirniiirs iilpase
i . rf
'pHKSMAI.T. rOTTf?r. ,. ,
I i III- iiremUo lens d jifaf?)ik
tn me a Knw luiiiio nl'i ijtrtjJIiS
Mi lM'hedl mil p-t'M Isoi M.i (yi-'JiPi
To a j nn i mine ih- o inpo I will vvc
iti th' lin ml tho nmi i bnl'diiiK 'r o i r
thiva iiiimth. Tli" r'ot'ni!" i""iitsln nn
ro"in l.'xl'fiet anotlnr one xl I feet, and
a verindx xii 'ect. 1'im roof out .t ong
foiindHtion. Apply on ihe uriulsp.
UOJ-irn M. UOIO, M, D.
K rVufl 1
rpHOPR PKSiltAIlT R k.ay.
1 pieniice slit to nn the KAvSHiii
nstsWol ihn old M'klsljKJnSffiSuL
I.UWihuihI. f iMIirrlv (H(,n-'ii!J-,AiH.'
National Cane Shredder
PATENTED UNDER THE LAW8 OF THE HAWAIIAN ISLANDS.
Mr. Ji'hn A. Kcott, Mannger of thu Hilo Sugar Cniuny, gics tho follow
ing wonderful record of tho working of tho NATIONAL CANE SHRED
DER, which was ciuclcd by their works at the commencement of tho crop
" During the past wgck tho Hilo StiRiir Company's mill exceeded any of
its former records by closing thu 125 hours grinding with nn output of 300
tons. This is fully 10 pcrcuil mnro than thu hot work of former ye.irs.
"Tho three roller mill being 20 in. by 6-1 in. anil the two roller mill .10 in.
by 60 in. '1 he first mill doing this amount of work in an efficient manner
and with great ease, compared with work on whole cane, owing to thorough
preparation of the cane by thu National Cauo Shredder, tecently erected by
"And by its use tho extraction bus been increased from 3 percent to 5 per
cent on all kinds of cuiiu, and in somu cacs 80 percent has been reached;
tho average being 75 to 78 percent, according to quillity.
" 1 continue to iinil the niegaes from shredded cauu better fuel than from
"'JliosliH'ddurliasbccn working day and night for scen montliB nnd has ,'
given mu entire satisfaction, having shredilid during that timu about seventy'
thousand Ions of cane, nnd a large part of it Ining hard rutoous.
"Thu shudder anil engine require ory little caiu or attention."
rtans nmi specifications ol tnesu
The umlurtilgiied liuviug been apollited
Sole Agents for the Hawaiian Islands
fOR TBS CILMEATID
KKOM THK WOUK8 OK
Burham, Williams & Co.,
Are now prepared to give Kstlnmtes and
receive Orders for lliese Knglnen,
of ony size and style.
Tbe Baldwin Locomotive Works -
A.UE NOW MANUKACTUK1NU A
STYI.K OK I.OCOMOT1YK
adapted for Plantation Purposes
A niitalier ot which tiave recently been
received at thee llamli, and wo will have
pleasure In furnishing plantation agenu
and umuaKers with particulars of snme.
The Snperiorlty of these locomotive
over all other makes In known not ouh
here hut Is acknowledged throughout the
WM. G. IRWIN & CO., Ltd.,
Sole Agents for the Hawaiian Islands
r. 0. JONES.
E. A. JONES.
Wave for snle a few Eharos of
PAIA 8UQAK STOCK
HAWAIIAN BUUAlt CO. RTOCK.
Alo, H A WAII N OOVKRNMENT and
let Mor tsnits BUOAlt PLANTA
tB For particulars npply to
The Hawaiian Stfn Deposit and Invcit
NO. 40S FOItT BTKEF.T.
California and Hawaiian Fuit
AND PRODUCE COMPANY.
Opp. 0. R. & I D-pir, rn King S'net.
Orooerle". I'r vl'nnB sn't Ico Houo
Ooixls, KUli, Vj?tnlilen, Frozen OiMers,
Kin reei-lied Iiv evry sieniuer from Ban
Irnno'M o nnd Vnnrriiver.
Ti.c Bhlppliig lrado supplied.
Goo Cavanagh, - Manager.
TELEPHONE No. 765 -
Mncddirs may be reun at tho office oi
IRWIN fc CO.. LM.
will tell you
It is the
FOIt BALE BY THK
HOLLISTER DRUG CO., L'D,
Ae'nts for rhn Hawaiian Islnndc.
We lmve Jnt Hecelved direct from
New Yoru thu
Erer brought hero at one time.
Patterns of 1895
Prices Reduced I
WILDER & CO.,
Wo FXPORT General Faintly nnd IJIanta
tlou Supplies In my oiiniitity. So d fr
our Yeuny, Month.y and Dully VrU List,
411-418 Front Stroot,
Ban Frnnclsio, California.
Carpenter and Builder
ESTIMATES GIVEN ON
Biick, Stone & Woodun Buildings.
Jobbing promptly attended to.
73 Slog Mmel, Reward's Old SU'ud.
20 lbs. W