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THE DAILY BCLLET'N, APKIL 22, 1895.
Theo. H. Davies & Co
Wte Brothers' Cement,
Corrugated Iron Roofing,
Galvanized Water Pipe,
Paints and Oils,
Roche Harbor Lime,
C. C. Fine Flour,
Ray, Grain and Groceries,
Hardware and Cutlery,
411 NUOANU street.
Iprter ana Deft in Boropeait On mm Pane, iimidb
Ladles' Wares of every description. Al'o, fresh line of minese floocth
Pongee & "Wlilte Silk. Pa,jLma.s.
No. 1 White and Colored Mattings!
Bent Black and Greun Chinunu Tea. Urepo Shawln, Ktc. i
MERCHANT TAir.OR.I3STO ,
CB Fit OaarantiMl. Pricus Motleratn. "tl i
ifir Mutual TeleiDlione 542-w
IMPORTER AND DEALER l
SRUCKRIES, PROVISIONS, h.OUB and PKKD.
Presb California Roll Batter and island Butter
0T ALWAYS ON HAVfJ j&
if tioodi auMUtid tij fijfifj Steamar from San ttnwut.
MMt ivil Uctleni faithfully tt.i v. H.itlfv.'!ii- jiuphiiii-.i hiu.i -.
...met" wad pnokert wttii ers
tjmooLM Block, Rmn Stke;i tin. Htt mi alakt.a iiikn
OTH THI.HPHONB8 840
LEWIS ,V CO..
Ill ITORT STRKKT
Importers. Wholesale if kill Unireri
Provision Dealers & Naval Supplies-
Fresh Qooda by Ever; Oallfornla Stoaoior.
fCEJ - HOUSE - GOODS - A - SPECIA 11'
ISLAND ObOCUS SOLIOITCD. Jfl5 0y SiTlfiCACnOM (Jl.AUAN'riclci.
TBJ.PHON V, I) tlOX lJ
B. E. M.01NTYKE & BUO.,
IMrOBTKBS KD OULKBS
Groceries, - Provisions - and - Feed.
New Good RwociTwl oy Kvnry J'loket trout the Kmncrn Hxuu himI Miirui
FRESH CALIFORNIA - PRODUCE- BY rfVBRV STKAUKP
&II Ordrr faithfally ttonded
Prt n th-
Ulahp Ovdu Rouornm
ABT OORMMh ttlU.)
v (i mix sri
f .1 Htijc 2)7
to snd Qood Iollrnct to m
tCU KJMU BTBKKTb.
HOUND THE HORN.
Fastest PastnRvn on Record Wero
Mado Long Ako I
I nnlictul iu Ihi'Cnll," xaid Cap-
tsin Thfodoro Ninbaum, "a ttn-
int-iit that tho distnneo from San
Frauowo to Now York by way of
Cape Horn is 7827 fn!lf. While tho
t fiKiiruH givon are probably correct
l whnu upd to dewRiiatH thn air lino
distaucc, they are unsatisfactory to
I thn tnind of ono who tlor not know
I what a vast diff-rwieo tlioro is bo-
1 Iwwn an air Huh nut! thv track of a
slot m or ailing tmI. Hnro are
tho faslo-t records cvor uiadti by
I nailing vcsfoIh bnluccn Nw York
I and t Ii9 citt around tho Horn:
" From Nmv York to Snn Fran
disco: 18.V2, Flying Cloud. 18,010
I mile, 80 days li) bourn; 1851, name
I ve-Hfl, uiH roiiH and diniance, 89
t day 19 honri; 1852, SwrmlfiMi, sumo
route and diMaut'f, (M days, to in-
Bide the Furalloti". where the tcsm1
was bic.nl nud; 1853, FlyiuK Fish,
I same route and (list one-, 1)2 days;
18G0, Andrew Jackson, sa'tno route
ami liistaure, SK) days 12 hours.
! "From Sau Frincisco to Nw
York: 1853, Contet. l:,0IO mile., 79
days; 1853, Trade Wind, same route
and diilanci', 75 days; 1870. Young
America, same route, 13,580 miles, SO
days 20 hours.
"All these vhsmJh wore built with
one object iu view speed aud
carrying capacity was sacriGcod to
that end. Of courfo a modern skip
per wouldn't have these vessels as a
gift, but the money iu shippiiiK dur
ing pioneer days wm mad- by the
man who ot there firnt." S.F. Call.
No JapatiHso woman is over in a
tioMtion of authority a' home. She
it obedient, if a daughter, to her
father; if a wife, to her husband; if
a widow, to her eldest mju. This is
discouraging, but there is some com
pensation in tl substantial respect
aud kiodneas with which Japanese
woni"ii are almost always treated.
A- to her dies, it renders exercise
dillicult, at it does not couferm to
her body. It is, however, cool iu
summer, warm in winter aud very
beautiful. It 11 cheap" and easy to
make over. The foreign womau ha
the advantage in her special gowim
Tor such exercise as tennis or golf.
On the whole, however, the advan
tage seems to bo with the J a pane jo
woman and the foreign man.
; Ma tiq p j 1 1 oq
r huvo jutt rectiivod a com-
itbti lino in tbit I iitont
Tho qnu'.itiet and' patrenib
ate very choicu and were im
ported Hpecinlly for my fnit
tradi. Also have a full lino of
At iiuaonablu PriceH.
$3f While yon are w'aib
ing for the car v.cuw in and
514 Fort Stret-t
UOKHE OH SAL.K.
' I IOHT DAY Kill. ,
. I . iiik Hoi so, ftouA- ft5i
hIz-i1 und flicwv iindnttl ih&Wii
fur fiiIu Alto n vo 11 ' j-Jr,""STv.
MlU'h (V.w. x -- -
Mita. a W .BHKORD,
WUHtt Nur Ics Wotka.
National Cane Shredder
PATENTED IWDEK THE LAWH OF THK HAWAIIAN IHLANDH.
Mr. John A. Scott, ManHger of the Hilo iJiiitr Cuntnuny, gives tho follow
ing wonderful record of tho working of the NATIONAL OANE SHRED
DER, which wa erected by their works at the commencement of tho crop
"During tho past week the Hilo Sugar Company's mill 'xcecded any ol
its former records by closing the 120 hours giiuding with itn output of 300)
tons. This is fully 10 percent more thun the best work of former years.
"The three rnllor mill being 20 iu. by 5-1 in. mul tin; two roller mill 30 iu.
by GO in. 'I bo first mill doing thin amount of work iu an efficient manner
and with great ease, compared with work on whole cane, owing to thorough
preparation of the cane by the National Cane Shredder, teceutly erected by
"And by its use tho extinction has been iucreoted from 3 percent to 6 per
cent on all kinds of cane, and iu borne cases 80 percent bus been reucbod ;
tho average being 75 to 78 percent, according to quality.
" I continuo to Hud tho inegrtrss from shredded cane betti.r fuel than from
"Tho shredder bus boon working duy und night for toven months and ha
given mo entire satisfaction, having shtcddul during th.it time about seventy
thousand tons of en no, und u huge part of it bi iug hard rutooiis.
"Tho shredder und engino require very little cure or attention."
jyyi'luns inn) Hpcnitiontionfc of thew SlimMi re niuy be teon nt tho otHct- ol
WW. G JRWIK V- CO.. LM.
..j yjsjx,HLirJi.k.r! :r- lo.tjv.
The undenlKUwl liavlux been JiiiKilntcd
Sole Agents or ih Hduallaii istautk
ma THS CII.tllKATIIJ
KllOM TJIK WOltKS Oi
Burham, Williams & Co.,
Are dow preimred to give EstluiMtvo nnti
reoelvo Urdors for these KdkIuhh,
of any ize and style.
Tub Baldwin Locomotive Worta
AKE NOW MANUFACTUKlhU A
BTYIiU OK I.OCOJIOTIVK
adapted for Plantation Pnrposos
A number ol which have ruccutly been
received at there Islands, and wo will lnivo
plensure In furnishing plantation itgcntx
and uinnagera with partlunlarc ol name.
Tho SuiM'rlority of Uihso Locomotive
over all other lunkcm Is known not only
here hut la acknowlcdKed throughout the i
WM. 6. IRWIN & CO., Ltd.,
Sola Aganti lor In RawalUn Iilsnd.i.
r. a joneh.
S. A. JOKES.
Have for B4ile u few Hharvt of
PAIA 8UaAK BTOt K
HAWAIIAN SUQAIt CO. HTOCK.
Alto, HAWAII AN GOVKltNMK.NTond
1st Morlpuce 8UOAU MENTA
tW For partleulurs Apply to
The IlauallBD Stfn Deposit aud Invest
NO. 408 FOUT 8TUEKT.
California and Hawaiian Froit
AND IMtODUOK COMPANY.
Opp. 0. R. & L Dfpiw, on-KIng S'ree?
Orix'tirltv, I'r vN'onr- nn Ico Home .
1 Ooodi. FIkIi. Veiretab!9. Ir02n ()t-tfr.
I Ktu.. lecflvrd hy evfry H'eomer from fiau
Geo Cavanagh, - Manager
TKLKIMIONK No. 7M -a I
t 'ifcwHti 'Jirtuft
will tell yon
It Is the
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Foil 8ALK 1JY THK
HOLLISTER DKUG CO., L'O,
AKnts for I ho Hawaiian Inlands.
We KXl'OUT General Family and I'lanta-
I tlon Buppllei In niiy qunntlty. Send for v
1 niir Ynnrlv Mnntlilv mul Itnllv Trim Lint. '
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414-41U Front Street,
Ban FrHnrlttco, Cnllfomta.
Wall Paper !
We have Jin-t Itecelved direct from
NbW York the
Y.'t brought hero at one time.
Patterns of 1895
WILDER & CO.,
W P OHALLABON,
Carpenter and Builder
KN'MMATUH (JIVKN, ON
JmIiIiIiij? promptly atWmded to.
73 Kloof ti-Mt, Rdward'B Old Stand.
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