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OAHU RAILWAY AND LAND CO,
FKOM AND AFTER JUNE 1, 1893.
To Ewa MltL.
B. B. A. D.
A.M. P.M. r.M. r.M.
Leave Honolulu 8:15 1:45 4:35 6:10
Loavo l'cnrl City 9:30 2:30 5:10 5:50
Arrive Ewa Mill 0:57 2:67 6:30 0:22
Leave Ewa Mill..
Loavo Pearl City
ft gttUju liifrtK,
TUESDAY, DEO. 19, 1893.
WAITING FOB, WILMS.
TuksuaYi Dec. 11).
Stmr W G Hull horn Hawaii and Maul
TursnAV, Dec. II).
Am bktno Wrestler, Eerginann, for San
Am bk S G Allen, Thompson, for San
Stmr Pelo for Makawcli at '2 p m
Stmr Ciaudinofor Kaliului, Kcanae, liana,
Hamoa, Kipahulu, Nuu, Paauhau, Ku-
kalau at 6 p m
Stmr Mikalmla for Nawiliwin,- Koloa,
Eleelc, Makaweli, Waimca and Kekaha
at 5 p m
Stmrlwulani for Nawillwili, Hanamnulu,
Eilauea, Kalihlwai ami Hanalel at 5
Stmr Kilauca Hou for I'u.nthnu and Ivu-
Schr Mary E Foster for Waimca
Schr Mahimalii for Waialua
Sloop Kaiulani for Koolau
For San Francisco, per bk S C Allen,
Dec 10-M Y Muller.
For Waialua, per stmr (! It Bishop, Deo
IS E Hapai and Miss I. A Hupai.
'1 lie A inericm baik S. ( Allen took tint
following cargo to San Francisco: 12,'20l
bigs sugar, ('. Brow cr & l!o. ; 4240 do., K. A.
Seliairor.t Co., 2010 do., TIioo. H. Davies
& Co. Total weight, 2,';(KJ,lh2 lb-,. Domes
tic value, $D0,'2!)7.7..
The American barkentino Wrestler, Capt.
Bergmann. took the following cargo lor
San Francisco tliis afternoon: 837.J bags
sugar, H. Hackfold .t Co.; C0J5 do., M. b.
Grinbaum it Co. Total weight, 1,701,347
lbs. Domestic value, $33,19.1.0.!.
1,0 CAT. AND
Yee Chan &
Seo now bargains in
Found a jold Loaded cano.
ply at this oilice.
Diamond Head, 3 p.
clear, wind southeast.
Repairs aro being made to
tramways track on Fort street.
Tho report of Founder's Day at
Kamehamoha School is crowded out
of this issue. Sports aro in progress
A "special extra" was issued to
day, announcing the landing of tho
troops to attend a concert by tho
Misses Albu at Kawaiahao Church
the evening of tho 28th inst. The
concert is for tho benefit of that
A very valuable and desirable
piece of city property is to bo sold
by Jamos F. Morgan on Saturday,
January 6th. It is tho well-known
Emmes residenco on Kukui strcot,
described elsewhere and which can
be inspected on application to Mr.
The playing of tho band on board
tho Philadelphia at 8 o'clock this
morning was very much appreciated
by waterfront loungers. It being a
calm and quiet morning tho little
band was heard to great advantage
on tho wharves extending from the
1. 1. S. N. Co.'s to tho P. M. S. S.
Work on tho now temporary stern
frame of the steamship Miowera was
finished this aftornoon. The ruddor
has been patched up and strength
ened by two pieces of spliced iron
rivotod on each sido where tho break
was made, and at 12:30 this noon
was taken out of tho foundry and
delivered on tho wharf where the
Miowera is lying. It is expected
that tho ruddor will be placed in
position boforo to-night.
Scottish Thistlo Club.
At the meeting of tho Scottish
Thistlo Club last night tho follow
ing oincors wore oleoiod tui tuo en
suing term: A. S. Cloghorn, hon
orary chief; H. E. McTntyro, Robt.
Louis Stovonsou, Robt. Catton, hon
orary chieftains; D. Logan, chief;
Robt. Laing, chieftain; Arch. C.
Steolo, socrotary; Wm. Ross, trea
surer; Evan Ronnie, master-at-arms.
Next mooting will bo on January
8th, as Christinas and Now Year's
fall on tho intervening Monday
evenings. Scotsmen and sons and
grandsons of Scotsmon aro eligible
for momborship. Tho club main
tains an oxcollout roading room and
has tho nucleus of a library, Its
meetings aro open aud visiting Scots
aro always cordially wolcomo.
Stolo a Brido.
Ail ox-P. G. soldier was married to
a young native beauty last Saturday
evening. Tho fatted calf was slaught
ered and frionds by tho scoro wore
iuvitod to participate in tho pleasures
of tho joyous occasion. Towards
midnight, however, after the guests
had departed, tho bridegroom, in
tho ecstasy of matrimonial bliss,
sought for his bride but found lior
not. Ono of tho gtucitfi, a lire laddie,
had spirited the young wife away,
ami tlio bridegroom had to ho con
tent with passing his wedding night
iu sorrow aud loneliness. Hero's n
warning not to invito bewitching
Guards Watching tho Warships
Royalist Policomon Rostorod
Events of tho Day Affairs Fast
Coming to a Hoad.
It was learned yesterday aftornoon
that Ministor Willis had givon as
suranco that tho troublos of tho
country would bo soltlod withiu
forty-eight hours. As atatod in this
papor, ho had commuuicatod noth
ing to tho Provisional Govornmout,
but was in consultation with tho
Yostorday sovon prison lunas J.
D. Marliu, Jim Taguo and others
inarched down to Browor's wharf
armed with riflos and bolts of cart
ridges. Ono was asked what thoy
woro doing there. Ho answered
thoy woro watching for tho landing
of tho troops. During tho day no
prisonors woro allowed outside.
After tho prison lunas had stood
thoir watch at tho wharf thoy re
turned to Oahu Prison whore, armed
with riilos, thoy guardod tho pri
soners. Lioutouauts Koalakai, Kaioua and
Nahoolowa, who resigned from tho
forco yostorday rathor than uphold
tho Provisional Government against
the United States, were sent for yos
torday evening. Thoy woro told to
tako thoir former places with tho ex
ception of Nahoolowa, who was ap
pointed court officer. Koalakai
wanted to tako a vacation, and will
loavo for Maui this evening to pay a
visit to his family. Thoy all re
sumed thoir positions uncondition
ally, that is, with regard to thoir
former convictions previously an
Permission has boon granted by
tho Provisional Government to tho
British and Japanese cruisers Cham
pion and Naniwa to land troops for
tho protection of tho British and
Japanese legations respectively.
A telophono mossago was sent to
H. B. M. S. Champion this morning
as to whether any troops woro to bo
landed from that vessel for tho pro
tection of English proporty to-day.
Tho reply from tho executive officer
was. "Wo uon't Know." xuo euquiry
was caused by a report in our morn
ing contemporary that hlty men
were to bo landed and statioued in
St. Andrew's Cathedral grounds this
Most of tho Reserve have been
retired from tho Police Station aud
only tho mounted patrol, with their
shining silver button?, wero seen
there this forenoon. The residences
of prominent royalists woro undor
watch of tho patrol last night.
A watchman on tho middlo front
tower of tho Executive building is
constantly keeping a binocular glass
trained on tho warships iu tho har
bor. Hon. A. S. Willis, United States
Ministor, mot tho Provisional Gov
ernment Cabinet by appointment in
tho Executive building at 1:30 this
afternoon. This is tho first confer
ence ho has had with tho Govern
ment since the arrival of the Corwiu
with despatches to him from Wash
ington. Affairs aro fast coming to a
Tho Minister only remained at tho
building about fifteen minutes, and
was driven back to the Legation.
Chief Justice Judd went over to
the Executive building from tho
Judiciary building shortly after tho
Vice-President Hatch, who had
been engaged in a Circuit Court
hearing, hurried over to tho Execu
tive building at 2:10.
Ministor King was mot by tho
Bulletin representative as ho came
out of tho Interior offico and walked
upstairs. Ho was askod if tho Coun
cil mooting was over yet. "No," was
The Executive Council was still
in session at 2:50.
Members of tho Advisory Council
were arriving for a meeting with tho
Executive appointed for 3 o'clock.
Nothing had been communicated
to tho Diplomatic Corps up to 3
British Minister Wodohouso, in
answer to a question, said tho Cham
pion's men would not bo landed
until after tho result of tho confer
ence was known.
Matters in Ohainbars Tho Waikapu
W. O. Smith" has accepted the ap
pointment of administrator of tho
will of Robert Brown, on tho ronun
ciatioti of tho executorship by Johu
Judge Kopoikai of Maui has re
served for tho Supromo Court a
quostion relative to tho will of tho
Into Joso Espiuda. It is as to
whether tho executrix should bo
chargoablo with iutorest on all sums
received by hor and not immediately
applied to tho purposes of tho will,
after a roasonablo time, say oight
mouths aftor hor appointment. Tho
total intorost claimed by doviscos is
2036.71. , ,
J. Alfred Magoon has presented
for approval his account as guardian
of Kalua Kapukiui, showing receipts
$3032.85, expenditures S2933.41, bal
Judge Whiting is hearing this
afternoon a phaso of tho partition
caso between Hawaiian Commercial
aud Sugar Co. aud Waikapu Sugar
Co., tho latter roprosontcd by G. W.
Macfailano. Hatch for H. C. & S.
Co.; Hartwoll and C. W. Ashford for
W. S. Co.
Iu tho matter of tho estate of Ka
haku (JO lato of Heoia, Koolaupoko,
Oahu, who diod somo 30 or 40 yoars
ago, tho Court, Whiting, J., hoard
tho application for a docreo of heirs
of tho deceased. J. M. Poopoo re
presented tho potitionor, aud tho
application was opposed by J. L.
Kaulukou, who moved to dismiss
tho same, which was ovorruled by
tho Court, and tho matter sot for
hearing on tho 27th instant. This
is tho first application of tho kind
undor tho now Judiciary Act; undor
tho old system such potitions woro
discouraged, as thoy woro not con
clusive of tho rights of parties claim
ing titlo to real estate; in other
words, tho parties claiming titlo to
lands woro encouraged to assort
thoir rights in suits of ejectment at
Business (lend ? Not much !
Leastwise it is not o with tho
California Feed Company. Wo
hsivo mndc a business for our
selves, which 1ms steadily grown
through all the hard times other
people are complaining about.
We have just secured from Mr.
J. F. Colburn his old stand, cor
ner Queen and Nuuanu .streets,
and taken possession of those
largo and convenient premises.
We had to do so, because our
old place at Leleo is too small
for our fast-increasing business.
In a few days the bark "Milium
Ala" will bo hero again with hor
fourth full cargo of Hay and
Grain, bought by our Mr. J. N.
Wright who will arrive on that
vessel. We prefer to select our
merchandise ourselves rather
than have others do it, which
means that wn got better goods
at a less price.
"Wo thank our many friends
for thoir liberal patronago for
tho past three years, and hope
by strict attention to a business
we thoroughly understand to
merit the patronage of as many
CALIFORNIA FEED CO.
THE FOLLOWING VARIETIES
FOR SAXJE !
Smooth Leaf Cayenne,
Queen & Sugar Loaf.
LEWIS J. LEVEY,
90S-1w Cor. Fort and (iueen streets.
Surrender of tho Government lto
quested. At JJ:C0 tho gonoral session of the
President Dole was asked by tho
Bulletin representative if ho had
anything to communicate.
Ho said, addressing tho represen
tatives of both evening papors:
"Well, I will toll you gentlemen
of tho press that Minister Willis had
an interview with tho Executive, in
which ho requested tho roliuquish
mout of tho Govornmout to tho
'What is your answer?"
"I cannot give- tho answer uutil it
is prepared. The roquost covers a
groat many points, and tho auswor
will necessarily tako some time to
Choir Practico on Shipboard.
Yostorday evening tho choir of
tho Second Congregation of St. An
drew's Cathedral had a practico of
tho special Xmas music on board
II. M. S. Champion. Tho membors
of tho choir, somo twonty-oight in
numbor, with a fow frionds were
carried out to the man-of-war iu a
largo bargo. Thorohoarsal took placo
in Capt. itooko'a cabin, and lasted
ovor an hour, aftor which refresh
ments woro sorvod and dancing in
dulged in. A most delightful timo
was had by all, it being a perfect
ovoning. (Tapt. Itooko and his olli
eora did all thoy could to iniiko it
The Dally Ihilktiu, CO cviifo ycr month.
Mrs. A, If. Allen
20 Miles from a Doctor
But Hood's Sarsaparilla was
Equal to tho Emorgoncy
Pleurisy, Chills anil Fever Milk
"After my baby was born I cot Into very lorl
ous condition, ha lug pleurisy, chUU and fovor,
gradually developing Into milk leg. Wa live 20
miles from a physician and did not know what
to do. Finally nfier n grcnt dent of inlfer
lac X began to tako llood'a Sarsaparilla and
when I was using tho third bottle I could leo
It Was Doing Mo Cood.
I continued with another bottle, and recovered
so rapidly that now B nm in cood health. I
Hood's k Cures
cordially recommend It as a good medicine."
Mns. A. SI. Allen, Terry, YVashlnston.
Hood's PHI9 euro nil Liver Ills, Wllous
ness. Jaundice, Indigestion, Sick Ilcadacho.
HOBRON, NEWMAN & CO.,
Agents for Hawaiian Islands.
Dai Nippon TT
Tho above Store lins received another
Splendid Invoice of
Per S. S. "Oceanic."
Beautiful Silk and Crape
Cushions, Tahlo Covers,
Bed Covers, Gov. n,
Silk aud Cotton Kimonos
IX GREAT VARIETY.
Sfil- Inspection liespectfullv Invited.
Hotel Street (Arlington Block)
Mrs. J. P. P. Collaco, Proprietress.
One Store above King Street,
Cheapest House in Town
Bargains! Bargains 1! Bargains!!!
HALE OX FROM
AND THE FOLLOWING
enormously Reduced Prices,
at less than half the value.
cated at Nuuanu
offering' the following-
to reduce his large
N. S. SACHS'
How Many Beans are in the Jar?
SEE IF YOU CAN GUESS.
H. MCKFELD & CO.
FOR THE HAWAIIAN ISLANDS
Genuine Budweiser Beer
Rrpwed by tho Anheusei-Busuh Biew
ing Association of St. Louis.
-AND OF TIIE-
Milwaukee Brewing Co.'s
LARGE SHIPMENTS JUST TO HAND
AND FOR SALE 11Y
H. HACKFELD & GO.
Scsr Come and see for
yourselves and you will he
Men's dunlin Pants unl 40o. a jair.
Men's Fine Hlnek Woiated Suit only J
Men's Rlue Flannel Coats, $2.00.
MonN llluo Flniinul Suits, 7 conmletu
Men's Straw lints, 25o. eneh.
Blue Denim, heavy at 15c. r yard.
Eliio White Ulankots, only f 1.50 a pair.
Ladies IJoidered Handkerchiefs at5c. each.
Fino Silk Handkerchiefs, two for25e.
Extr.1 Quality Silk Handkerchiefs, 25c.
Silk Handkerchiefs, with Hawaiian Flag
Men's Extra Si.:u Whltu Silk Hiindkei
chiefs, at 5Uc. raeh
Turkish Towels, only loo. i acli.
Hiown Cotton, 12 yards for k;.
I inen Collars, 10c. each, i for 25;.
Men's Strong Working Shoes only $1 .M) a
AND OTHER GOODS
Too numerous to mention at
equally Keduced Trices.
TEE OHLA-lSr & CO.,
b90 Xnuanii Street. 2w
An unusual attractive variety of NEW
HOODS to nieot the tnsto and wants of
our Island I'ominunity. Apart
from u lino stock of
Presentation and Miscellaneous Books and
- IS THE NEW SEASON'S -
HOU AY GOODS!
A LARGE AND I'XIQL'E ASSORTMENT NOW Ol'EX AT
N. S. SA.OH
Lais' Hand in Black Si Scarfs !
AT EXCEPTIONALLY LOW PRICES.
New Fancy Table Covers and Table Scarfs !
A PINE ASSORTMENT OF
Lace Tidies, Lace Scarfs & Lace Sets !
A FINE VARIETY OF
Ladies' Leather Purses, Hand Bags and Card Cases !
A NEW ASSORTMENT OF
Painted Swiss Fans, Lace Fans & Feather Fans !
AT VERY LOW PRICES.
LADIES' FINK SILK HOSE IN ALL COLORS !
Real Lace Handkerchiefs, Chiffon Bows, New Sash Ribbons.
J, WUIUM UVUU,
SPECIAL BARGAINS IN
Ladies' Embroidered Handkerchiefs
Come and -co our EMUROIDEEED HANDKERCHIEFS at 10c., l!!c. mid
-lie. Our 'iV. assortment can't ho beat.
BIG BARGAINS IN EMBROIDERED SILK HANDKERCHIEFS.
AN IJIlinXSE ASSORTMENT Of
Ladies' Embroidered Flounces in Dress Lengths
AT S3.00, 53.50, $3.75 AND UFWARDS.
Ladies' Cashmere Shawls, Embroidered Scarf Shawls and Crepe Shawls
IN ALL COLOItS AND ijl'AMTIES.
GREAT BARGAINS IN
Infants' Emljrolilerod Cloaks and Children's Cloalss 1
Bonneh, Hu'iUn Roaucts and I!ilr. I
lull and i'i our in.im.n'c :i-ortu i it t
EnibrohleroJ Cloaks and
''?&- It ou are looking for Holiday Good
licfoio iii'il.iue: your iuri'liuso-t cUuwbuio.
N. S. SACHS,
TO THE PUBLIC !
Y WILL SELL FROM
Saturday, Bee. 9ths Christmas
His Entire Stock, at VEKY LOW PRICKS, to give
tlio Public an opportunity to buy their
Presents, for little money.
TOYS and DOLLS
WILL BE SOLD AT COST PRICES.
gJcsr Before you make your Holiday purchases any
where else, give me a call and examine my prices. !N"o
trouble to show goods.
Wo liavo exhibited In our Window a Glass
Jai lil led with lieans; tho nearest
gucssor -will reeelvo as n
New Year's Gifts,
Silver Tea Set
Four Pieces !
Now on exhibition in our window.
RQ All (iiiiib-sliiK lllaiikh must ho hciiI
In by THl'llbDAY, Una. 2tJth, beforufi i-. i.
Ytfe- The iiaiiui of tho nearest pic-our
will ho aiiiiuuiiiitil In tho daily iuitr on
Saturday, Dee. .'SOtli.
Kflfc- GuesnliiK Ulanl; will bu given to
I'urclmsers tit N. K. Saehs', Kurt htreut.
NOTUT.Jb HKlir.IIV fllVKSTIIATI
havti till day bought out the oiki.
half lull rut of my lurlnor Toug Kin, in
the Una of Yei Jlujt Co., anil 1 will carry
on tliu hunlut'ji of bald llnu an heretofore
under said ilrm naiiio ntKliiKntrcet, Hono
lulu, KOK l.II.M uliax AH I.U.M.
li.ilfil Honolulu. Dec. Ill, IhU
To Close Out Consignments
For tho llonellt of tho Katato of
Commencing on SATUKDAY, Decem
ber Uth, I will hell a New Consignment of
Boys' Shirt "Waists
Tho Celebrated "Star" llruml at
$0.00 per Half Dozen.
Boys' Suits from S3.50 up.
lien's Suits from S12.00 up.
Men's Extra Pants from $1.00 up.
Island Orders Promptly Attended to.
I. LEVINGST0N, Hauagor.
-KiuciKii : and : STr.vi:ioitK
KHTlMATi:.S AND CONTHACTfl ON
A Ui KINDS OF WOHK.
Orn ui With WriKJit llro
That must bu s-con to be anpieeiatcri.
Also u lino of
Japanese Paper Crepo Books
Of Jingles and Fairy Tales.
Additional to a bewildering supply of the
customaiy good goods for all good
people Is a stock of
That aro as useful as they aro novel and
attractive, and of all kinds and sizes.
Dolls & Dolls' Sundries
tW Santa Ci.aub' Hfadquauteiw has
always been noted for its supply of Dolls
and all tho etceteras of dolldoin, aud this
bcasou leads them all.
Nankin Dolls, Itag Dolls, ltubber Dolls,
China Dolls, Dnlls with Fino French His
(jue Heads, Dolls with socnlled Unbreak
able Heads, China Heads.
TlVI T O with Ileal Human Hair,
UVJIjIjO Dolls with Natural look
ing Hair, some with Tow Hair, Woolly
Hair, and some with No Hair at all.
Sleeping Dolls, "W nkoful Dolls, Smil
ing; Dolls, Crying Dolls.
prT T Q in Full Dress, Half Dress
JLvyJUJLjO and Undress and ranging
from about three Indies to nearly three
feet Iu size, and from ten eents to teveral
Lady Dolls, Girl Dolls, Boy Dolls, Baby Dolls
French Dolls, Kuglish Dolls,
German Dolls, American Dolls,
Usiiuimaiix Dollf, Indian Dolls,
Mulatto Dolls, Darkey Dulls.
T"r T Heads, Doll Doilies, Doll
XJKJXjJu Wigs, DoII'h Arms, Doll's
Shoes, Doll's fitoekiugs, Doll's Hats, Doll's
l'arasols, Doll's Jewelry, Doll's Fans, Doll's
Cradles. Doll's ltedsteads, Doll's Trous
seaux, Doll's Carriages, Doll's Tim bets,
Wash Bets and t-ets of lots of necessary
tilings to complete the happiness of a
doll's mamma's life.
Kijual liberal provision H made in till the
Rubber Toys, Woodon Toys,
TIu Toys, HoruToyfl,
Iron Toys, Paper Toya, Etc.
OUTDOOIt UA.Mi:s, 1NDUUK (JAM US
Thallium Jo to behuld,
IW liver) body and all agfs provlili.il
for at Bim.i Ci.Aix' Jlr.iiMji'tiiiMi'i.
3ME- S. UBTVTT
7 5 "FORT STRgETl' 7 5
PATENTED UNDER THE LAWS OF THE HAWAIIAN ISLANDS.
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v " .-j-.i . i i - i i. . ,ui. -, - rr, j .i. jja . r. -t
THE UNDEltSIGNEI) HAVE BEEN APPOINTED SOLE AGENTS KOK
thuso SiiHKDiinuK ami aro now jiroparcd to rucuivo onlurci.
The fjroat adviintnf,'CH to bo ilorivctl from tlio tibc of the National Ca.vi:
Kiiiti:i)i)i:u arc thoroughly Cbtablislii'd and iicknowIeili;eil by Pliuiturn
Tliu lurKu iiuinbor of Planters using tlium in Hie United Slate, Cuba,
Argentine Uopublie, Peru, AiiBtialiu and uUewlu-io, boar witiu-bs to tlio
1 ho tiho of the bniti:i)j)i:u very largely uupiionts the iiu.intity of eano
the miU can grind (25 to 50 ,), alto tlio extinction of juieo (5 to 112 ,).
It is a gieat h.ifeguard, making known ul onco the piceuuco of any
pieceri of iron, Ktakes from cart), or anything which would be liable to (lnningc
the mill, and allowing amplo timo to remove uiimc before damaging the mill.
The Kuiti:i)i)i:u is vory btrongly made, and from the mtuuier of itb opera
tion it cuts or tears thono pieces of wood or iron without oflen breaking the
Siiiij:i)Jii:k; and if anything breaks, it iabiniply somo of the knives or euttei.-,
which can be quickly and economically replaced. The .Shhi:iij:u, as its.
iiuiiio indicates, tears tlio cano into shreds of varying lengths pirfi.etly open
ing it and allowing tho mill to thorouglily press out the juices without i e
quiiing the imnioiiM) extra power necessary to grind or eruth tlio whole
cane. The Snni:i)iiKi: spreads tho shredded cane unifoiiuly ami evenly to
tho mill rolls, and does away with the necessity of spieading tho bagatte by
hand between tho mills, where icgi hiding is iu use. No greater amount of
boiler capacity is required to operate the Slliu:i)i)i:ii than tli.it which was
sullleient for the null, for the above rcatons. Wo furnifh full working
drawings for tho installation of our iiiii:iiii:iih, enabling an, eompeieut en
gineer to successfully install aud stmt them.
In ordering Siiiikiiiiiikk from us, please cond small tl.otch, showing Ihe
dinmetei ami width of tho mill rolls with which Siiiiuii:it is to bo connected,
aim tho side (eithei right or left hand as you face tho delivoiy side of tin
mill), upon which the mill engine is located, aho Hie height fio'm lloor line
tn icnUr of fiont null loll shaft, and ili-tanco center tint, rhitt to fiont mil
of bed plate. Tlieu Kiiiii:iiiu:iih are now being used by tin Ililo Sugar li.
aud llawi Mill, ICohulu, where they are giving great satisfaction.
X39 Pi ices and further piirtieulai.s nmy be hail by apply iiij; in
WM, G. IRWIN & CO., LU,
h,,,t' 4Wr .ynitir tht llumlUin Itkmti,