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THK VMMY Ul'LI.KT N.
Theo. H. Davies & Co.
?Wfo Brothers Cement,
Corrugated Iron Roofing,,
Galvanized Water Pipe,
Paints and Oils.
CROCKERY S GLASSWARE
Roche Harbor Lime,
C. & C. Fine Flour,
llay, Grain and Groceries,
Hardware and Culler)-,
411 NUUANU STREET.
Iipler nil Dealer ii Btnpt Bn mil Fancy Mi '
Uulifts' Wares of crery description. Alo, In-sh llnr ol i;hini-t flood ,
Pongee & "Vliite Sillc. Pajsimas. j
No. 1 White and Colored Mattings i i
BeBt Black and Green Chimw Tcu. Crept? Sliawln, Ktr.
tW Fit Guaranteed. I'rlceB Moderat. -MX
luCia-fustl TeleiDlioxie 542i
CHAS. II U STACK
(U POUTER AND DEALEK lr-
SKPUiffllES, PROVISIONS, FLOUR and PCED. !
fresh California Roll Batter and Island Buttei 1
Or ALWAYS ON HANTi J0B
's Goods SecaiYud by Evarj Steamer froiu Sun Ftaiigimm. '
ey Ml Otitrrr fstlbfalv stten to
icl'- miH pttcttd with Mr
I inoocn Buxik. Kin SrnKKr.
ntmt rici.jtPHONEn w
LEWIS & (t..
til FORT STKMKT
liiiinrtBR. WholeNale k h:d lirnrm
Provision Dealers & &avai SupplR
EreBh Quoits by Evur? California Stoamor
KJHJ - HOUSE - GOODS A - SPKGlAIn
siHw OltllBMt SOLIOITKD. jBtf flT STIf AiniUN ftl'tdtmuii
THI.BPMONB 91 -
B, E. MoiNTYRE & BRD..
Groceries, - Provisions and Feed.
Nfw OtKidt Rwtvco ey Kvery Picket from tt Kniirn HlnUm r, .nmi
fRKSB CALIFORNIA PRODUCE - BY KVK1U STKAUICH
A.II Orrtr fttlifnllv attended
Hrt nl tbr
lsi.i Oaiinu" Sour'iTKtj
Afi'J UOUNUti rOUl
?llHtrt(i.i, yrh...i i. or-tnri.
tim. Koar m Ai.ahka tskktn
e i tlX 2)7
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to and Oood lllwsrirt ui anv
AMI KINU UTUUK'IH.
KEELAW, TBK 800XHSRN SPY. I
Muny a Gonfoderatn 8,-crnt Will Ba
Buried in Hi Grave.
James Kcelan, who died a brokeu
down gambler hi Kansas City a few
das ago, had an extraordinary career
an a confederate spy and ki botwr on,
upon whom hundreds cf rebel svm
pithizers relied for news of thoir
J relative and friends in the southern
army. At the breaking out of tho
I civil war Keelau, who was only 15
years of nt,'u, began carrying mail
between the Missouri secession Ms
1 in General Price's army and their
i friends in St. Louis and Jefferson '
, City. While thus employed Keelau .
I was arrested and tried by court-mar-I
tial. His youth reduced hi etiteiieo
1 to banishment from the state. A
' soon as lie was free lie begau his
I illicit mail service and two years
, later, in 18C3, lie was captured auain
in St. Louis. He managed to throw
a mail bag containing lutters which
would have cnntpioruised many pro
miuent persons in St. Lotus iuto the
Mississippi Kiver. He was tried
and eondeinned to bn shot. Assist-
, ed by his frieuds ho made his escape
the day before that Bet for hiscxeeu-
1 lion. Making his w.iy to Kichmoud
, ho got employment as a confederate
, spy. and in this capacity he supplied i
Jefferson Davis and his cabinet with
1 much valuable information. lie
also took part in the blowing up of
train containing union troops upon
the Btltimii'e and Ohio Kailroad
by tii' ant- of mine uud-r the track.
No further accident befell him.
, though lie was active as a rpy until
the full of tli" confederal. After
the war Keelau seemed unable to
, nttlo down to steady business and
i finally became a professional card
player, mid h;m always to bo found
' wl erevur a new railroad was boinp;
In person Ke.-l.nn uas slight and
' had the dehcate features of a wo
, man, yet as a spy he shotted that he
did nut know fear. Ho never talked
I about his adventure, and uumbr
1km scre!s of the con federate cabi
net and their agents and allies iu the
ui.rih weie buried with Keelau.
HE'S A BAD ONE
X3t CNar Only to Uommit a Fresh
Alale, the old native who wjb
brought in estorday for alleged in
sanity, was xaniiuod by Dr. Cooper
and pronounced not insane. He was '
set at liberty. The old man wont
straight to the house of the woman ho
had threatened to kill during the
day, and uiade an attempt to assault
her with a billet of wood. He was
prevented by neighbor, and another
complaii't was made.( This morniug
i Alale was again put. in the cooler.
m m m
Mountod Patrol Drilling.
Captain Cook of the mounted pa- '
trol is drilling his men daily. The
members of the old patrol and two
or three others are about the only
ones who can sit a saddle a little bit.
r a HOX 372 . The others scorn to bo strangers to
I the mount, and it will b some lime
before they will be able to ride pro
perly. Krnfht Iteiikeu makes a good
I lieutenant anil looks well iu his new
Persons who are subject I o attacks
of bilious eolie will be pleased to
know that prompt relief may b had
bv taking Chamberlain's Colic,
Cholera and Diarrhoea Ilemcdy. It
acts quickly ami can always be de
peodod upon. In many cases the
attack may be prevented by taking
this remedy as soon as the first indi
cation of tho dieare appears. 25
and 50 cent bottles, for sale by all
dealers. Benson, Smith Si Co., agents
for the Hawaiian Islands
A well-kuowu European engineer
who has been exploring the Panama
Isthmus fur iiiauv 3 ears rvporta that
he has discovered a route along the
Toto, .Javie-a and Tuyra rivers by
which tho two oceans can be con
nected by n sliip canal at a total cost
of not more tliau SIS.OOit.OOO. Tho
most important work on tho route
would lie tunnel under the Cordil
leras two milc-t long, which could be
built for $11,000,000. Only two tidal
locks, one on each hide of the moun
tain, would be required.
Now that tho war of the revolu
tion is over, it is tho duty of every
man to support the exiting form of
government. Although things may
not move with that cordiality that
would ensure an everlasting peace,
still they may be allowed to subside
iuto that indifference without animo
sity that would allow either partv
tn wmjt out Ihidrhett inter M. All
'hingi cmindoicd il icaj I e for the
lM,liut I'm, the miIy tirbjtintor in
such ea-es, inu-t tilone di'tide that
Jritnes T. Mewait is a Plundu r and
tvill do ymir wntU in lmoiI shape
and at figurcn ihbt ili yle you
jAMKh T. STUWAhT.
15 Bethel btteel. Honolulu.
National Cane Shredder
PATENTED UNDER THE LAW8 OK THE HAWAIIAN 1HLAND8.
Mr. John A. Hcott, Manager of the Hilo Sugar Company, gives the follow
ing wonderful record of tbo working of the NATIONAL OANE SHRED
DER, which was etcctd by their workr nt the commencement of the crop
" During the past week the Hilo Sugar Company's mil) exceeded any of
its former records by closing the 125 hours grinding wilh mi output of 300J
tons. This is fully 10 percent more than the best work of former years.
'Tho throe roller mil) being 2(5 in. by 54 in ntul the two roller mill 30 In.
by GO iu. 1 he first mill doing this amount of work in no elllcient manner
and with great ease, compared with work on whole cane, owing to thorough
preparation of the cane by the National Cane Shredder, recently erected by
" And by its use the extraction has been increased from 3 percent to 5 per
cent on all kinds of cane, and in some ciikcs fcO percent bus been reached;
tho average being 75 to 78 percent, according to quality.
"I continue to iiud the megae from hredded cane better fuel than from
"The shredder bus been working day and night for seven months and has
given mo entire satisfaction, having elueddod during tlmt time about Kivunty
thousand tons of cane, and a large part of It bt ing hard rutoons.
"The shredder and engine require very little cue or attention."
jOCy Plain ruiI specifications of these Shicddcr may be wren at tliuolliceol
WhS. G. IPWTN v CO.. L1
The undersized having been appointed
Sole Agents (or the Hawaiian Islands
rOB TUK CXLKHRATKt'
FUOM THK WOUK8 01'
Burham, Williams & Co.
Art now prepared to give Kutlmntei- and
receive OrdurH for these Kaplans,
ol any aire and styln.
Tbe Baldwin Locomotive WorXs
AUK NOW MANOFACTUItlNtJ &
BTYIiK OK 1.0COMOTIVK
Adapted for Plantation Purposes
A number of which Imvo recently been
received at tlicve Islands, mid we will have
pleaHtire in furiilshlng plantation agentv
uud munoi;era with particulars of same.
The Superiority of those Locomotive
over all other niiikcn Is known not only
here but is acknowledged thronKhout tli
WH. G. IRWIN & CO., Ltd.,
8olo AgenU (or tbe Uawailan Islandi-.
r. 0. jomcs.
E. A. JOXLS.
Safe Deposits liiVt'NkiilCo.
Have for tnW a fnw Bhsren of
PAIA BUOAH BTOrK
HAWAIIAN BUOAlt CO. 8TOCK.
Alto, lUWAlIANOOVKRNMK.STand j
tut Morlgaife SUUAK I'LAKTA
(IT For particulars Hpply to
Tbe Hiwallan U L'epo'it and Invest
NO. 408 KOItT BTHEET.
California and Hawaiian Fruit
AND PHODUOIS COMPANY.
oPP. o. n. u Dep, mi m S-..I.
I Orotvile.-. Tr vN'oms sn Ice Houe
(looils, KInIi, VKtnlilcH, Frozen Otstrs,
I'iij.. IUII ny t-,.ij rioitiri 1 1 1 .111 rjl.ll
Krancln'o slid Voncnnver
JTHT- Ti n Hhlpplng Trada upp)ird.
Geo Onvanaeh, - Manager
itr TKbKt'HONK Nn. 1M .
20 lbs. W
will tell you
it la the
FOIt BALK BY THK
HOLLISTER DRUG CO., L'D,
ARnts for tho Hawaiian Islands.
Wall Paper !
Wo hsvo Jnt Hecelved direct from
New York the
Kver brought hero at on time.
Patterns of 1895
Prices ltrduooil I
WILDER & CO.,
We KXl'ORT General Family and Planta
tion Buppllos in xuy (iiiantlty. Bond for
our Yearly, Month'y and Dally Trice List.
414-418 Front Btreet,
San Francisco, California.
W F OHA1XAKON,
i Carpenter and Bnilder .
- IXl'IMATKS (i)VKN ON
Brick, St im & Vontiou BaUdtnrjB.
Jnlhlii promptly nt'ended to.
73 King MmsI, RncvAtd's Old Stand.