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LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
Athletic sports this afternoon.
Mrs. C. II. Kluegcl in poriously
Rational Cane Shredder
PATENTED UNDER THE LAWS OF THE HAWAIIAN CLANDB.
Mr. John A. Scott, Manager of tbo Hilo Sugar Company, gives tho follow
ing wonderful record of the working of tho NATIONAL CANE SHRED
DER, which wae erected by their works at tho commencement of tho crop
" During tho past wcok the Hilo Sugar Company's mill exceeded any of
it former records by closing tho 125 hours grinding with an output of 300J
tons. This is fully 10 percent more than the boat w6rk of former years.
" The three roller mill being 26 in. by 64 in. and the two roller mill 30 in.
by 60 in. Iho first mill doing this amount of work in an efficient manner
rod with great ease, compared with work on wholo cano, owing to thorough
preparation of tho cano by the National Cane Shredder, recently erectod by
the Company. , . e
" And by its use tho extraction has been increased from 3 percent to 0 per
cent on all kinds of cano, and in somo cases 80 percent haB been reached :
the average being 75 to 78 percent, according to quality.
"I continuo to find the megaas from shredded cane better fuel than from
wholo cano. .... . .
"Tho shredder has been working day and night for eeven months and h
given mo ontiro satisfaction, having shredded during that time about seventy
thousand tons of cane, and a largo part of it being hard ratoons.
"The shredder and engine require very little care or attention."
00"PlanB and specifications of theso Shredders may bo seen at the office of
WM. GK IRWIN & CO., L'd.,
B6U AgtnU for tX HaujUio JiXn.
Bund concert nt Einmn Square
The Ktanu took twelve ju-songep-for
G. K. Wilder and wife returned
to Hilo by the Kinnu.
The Hawaiian band will play
two new pieces at Emma Square
W. C. Weedon has assumed his
duties as manager of J. T. Water
" - - -
Senator G. N. Wilcox of Kauai
went homo on it flying trip yester
day by the Keauhou.
The prizes for this afternoon's ',
contests are on exhibition in the ,
windows of .Tacobson it Pfeiffer. !
Full nbsortment of sizes in Jae
ger's Sanitary Wool Under Wear
for Men and Women at very low
prices at Tracy's. i
Hawaiian Lodge No. 21, F. & A.
M., will give n ball at Indepen
dence Park on tho evening of St.
John's Day, June 24th.
President Wight of the Wil
der Steamship Company left yester
day on one of his tours of inspection.
He was accompanied by Mrs. Wight.
Tho Supremo Court meets in
regular session next Monday at 10
a. m. Nine cases are ready to be
heard, and eleven more are on the
The Philadelphia and Benning
ton baseball clubs crossed bats yes
terday afternoon, seven innings
were played, tho bcore being 12 to
11 in favor of the flagship boys.
A large party celebrated the twen
tieth birthday" of Mis-s Anita Neu
mann at the residence of her parents
last evening. Dancing was the
order of the evening, the music be
ing furnished by the band of the
LlUlo May JJcnllcy
Born a Genius
DIsoqso Throatons to Cut
Short a Noblo Caroor
But Hood's Saranpnrllla Rostoroa
Llllts May Bentlcy Is an accomplished elocu
tionist and natural bom speaker ol only 12 years
ot age. Bho Is tlio only child tempcrnnco lect
urer uctoro tlie public. Her cenhn, hovreTcr,
did not exempt her trom uu alUclc ol a discuss
ot the blood. IkTOwn words best tell thestoryi
" C. I. Hood & Co., Lovi ell, Hass.i
" I heartily Join w Itu tho many thousands that
oro recommending Hood's Sarsaparlllo. I had
been troubled from Infancy with (ritherlnRs In
tho head. 1 was compelled to Icavo school upon
tho doctor's advice. Ho thought it was the only
tiling to saio my lllo, but I
Contlnuod to Crow Worse.
I was persuaded finally by a friend to try Ilood's
Barsaparllla. Tho uso ot ono bottlo Acted el-
fccUrcly upon tho blood and I began to Improve.
After tho use of three bottles tho gathering
censed and I nm cured of my former trouble. I
ovto my life nud will always remain ntruo friend
to Hood's 8 rnp irllla." Lillib May IIent
lev, Shclbp llf", Indiana. Get HOOD'S.
i Hood's Pills act easily, yet promptly and .
efficiently, on the liver and bowels. 23c
Hobron Drug Co., L'd,
Sole Agents for the Republic of Hawaii.
I nm now prepared to Move Furnituro
in better shape than nnv other express
concern in tho city, ns 1 bnve a WAGON
lnrge enough to tnovo a wholo houso full
of Furniture at ono load.
I hnMj the lntcst PIANO MOVING
APPARATUS and gunrnnteo to move
Pinnoa without Fcratching, to any pnrt of
tho city for S2.60. I nm a rustler and
don't rare who known it; nm nlwnys to
bo found nt my Stnnd,
Cor, Nuuanu & King Streets,
C3TI move my Furnituro SO FAST
thnt it mnkes my competitors SWEAT
to even look nt me.
Yours for Uusincss only,
Catties and Horses!
TOR. SALE OR LEASK
I manufacture n Compound of Homo
Products ot the
Seeds of " Cassie " and
It is not only in itself a valuable nitro
genous food, Imt it has tho property ot
(tiding in tho digestion of othnr protcids,
generally for iinimnli whoso digestivo
powcre lire feeble ns it promotes appetite
nnd regulates digestion.
1ST The proof of the pudding is in tho
eating. Try it.
Yielding a safe Income. Address
4.3m Bulletin Office.
King and Punchbowl Streets.
Furniture House on the Islands.
In oak ov birch are selected
by people whoso tastes run to
the refined and elegant. For
room decoration a3 well as lor
service there is a certain elo
ganco and richness about theso
woods not found in any other,
and yet tho prices are not what
you would imagine them to bo.
Birch sets with dressing cases
having cheval plate mirrors
are preferred by ladies, because
the long glass allows them a
view of tho full figure. Tho
old fashioned largo square glass
is quite as fashionable and as
much in demand because tho
bureaus to which they are at
tached give larger space for
We have them in all styles
and in modern designs.
Price from S25 to $C0.
Wall pockets and shelves
for books are out of date;
fashion demands something
more modem and more artis
tic in design than you've
been used to. Books in rich
binding require appropriate
surroundings. They cannot
be obtained except in art
furniture such as wo show
you. As in other articles, oak
in nnr.irmn dnsifnis is the favO-
rite for book cases; rich carving
adds to tho appearance and
increases the cost, wo have
them both plain and fancy
and the workmanship governs
tho price; tho man of limited
moans can get something to
suit his finances with the same
facility as tho man who has
"money to burn."
SH&VIMG" STANDS :
There's economy in shaving
if a man could only learn to
handle a razor without danger
of losing his skin. But women
folks have such a fashion of
putting things in out of the
way places, tnat tnero is ntuo
encouragement for a man to
n-actico the barber's act upon
limself unless he is certain
that ho can find his shaving
materials when he wants them.
Shaving Stands are made for
shavers, and ono ot them in
the houso obviates all annoy
ancesthere's a place for
everything and everything in
We havo fifty different styles
for you to select from, and you
can get ono at your own price.
In these days when ladies
require many changes of cloth
ing, or whore the family house
hold is made up of many little
ones, there is a demand for
space in which to put things
away. Tho bureau drawers
are crowded and few houses 4n
Honolulu are provided with
necessary closets. A Chiffo
nier, then, is necessary in
every home whore storeroom
These are made now-a-days
for the use of gentlemen as
well as ladies, and the designs
for ono are quite as pretty as
for another; somo havo a drop
lid which unfolds to the gaze
a regular recopticlo for pons,
ink, paper and other articles
Birch and oak are tho ruling
woods and tho price depends
upon tho size from $14 to
CHINA CLOSETS: .
There's scarcely a family in
Honolulu, or anywhere else on
the Islands, who has not a few
choice bits of china stowed
away in out of the way places.
Give them light let your
friends see them. You like
the admiration of your friends
for your taste in decorating
your homes why not, extend
it to your china and bits of
China Closets in oak are tho
proper thing and a dining
room is not complete without
one tho price nns oeon an
obstacle in tho past but over
production by a loading furni
ture maker in the States has
helped us to offer thorn to you
at rediculously low prices.
See thoso with tho oval glass.
Prices range from $20 to $45.
Each an original in design;
none are copies. All tho best
stvlp.s from Greek to modern
times are represented. Thoso
intended for largo rooms aro
heavy and solidly carved.
Others have more lightness
and grace; less elegance.
As to price. Hand carving
takes time and money; tho
more carving on a tablo tho
moro it costs us and you.
Rich wood is expensive, the
larger the tablo the larger tho
In Antique Oak from $7 to
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