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THURSDAY, JAN. I, 1891.
Turn nY, Jan. I.
I'MSBi ity of JVkln,; from Yokohama
Mmr Hawaii from Hnumkui
Hlinr.1 A I'ummlin from lCunlaii
Titt'ii'inv, Jim. 4.
Htmr Jinm1 Mnl.i'C for Kupaa nt I p m
HUnr r I! llhlmp for la lining
Voasolo Leaving To-morrow.
CASH Mlowcru, Slolt, for San I'rnnelseo
t' M S 8 City of IVklne for Sun 1- rntielsco
i.Ulur Klimu for (.uliiiiii.'i, Maalnea, Maku
na, Mnhukomt, Knv:illini', Lsuipahoe
hue, Hnknlttu, lloiioiini, I'olmkiimnnu,
IVicckro, Ouomc-i, I'sp-iikou niul llllo
nt 'J p in
'I'lu- Iciimrr K I nun will lfae mi her
uiiml time tifinnrmw lor Mtuil mill Ha
waii. Tin-1'. A. H. S. Miowora l.-ur ut tiiion
loiiiurrmv fi-r Knn I'miii'Imii, uml ilm o.
h. f. Australia twciily-f.nir liotir l.ilor fjr
i lie rniuo Kirl.
VE'LL BE IN IT.
Hau'ftU'u lloprcsontnllon at tlio Mid
A nativo riding n lino big bullock
about town this nfturuoou uttraclod
n xront ileal of intorust. Inquiry of
Mr. T. W. Hobrou elicited infortua
lion Hint tlio rider of thu animal
was John Apu of Nilhau, tlio famous
miri ritlur, In tact, an round nuiioic.
Ho in to bo Rout to tlio Midwinter
Fair to fjivo exhibitions with nunthor
native in connection with tho Ha
waiian exhibit to bo niado tlioro.
Tlio bullocks will bo riddon about
Cousidorablo building matorial has
already been cent to tho coast for tho
construction of outbuildings to re
present ancient and modern Hawaii.
Tlio space to bo occupied by tho ex
hibit will bo about two acres, and
will bo situated between the mechan
ical arts and liberal arts building,
in near proximity to the entrance to
Thoro will bo a largo tank .'15x50
foot at the (rounds, depth about
four feet, to contain ninety varieties
of fish, also to include a threo-foot
sen turtle and a uionstor laud turtle.
Fifteen Hnwaiians will leave ou
the S. S. Aiifitialia on Saturday uoxl.
J. .J. Williams has been granted the
concision for selling Hawaiian
views, .Mrs. .luo. Ailtiu curios, aud II.
F. Wielunnu souvenir spoons. Mr.
Williams has already sent one thou
sand negatives of Hawaiian viow to
The fair was to commence on Jan.
1st, but the Hawaiian exhibit was not
to be opened uutil Jan. 15.
There is a possibility of the I. G.
band going, but tho inattor has not
been dellnitely bottled.
About four "hula Iiui" dancors
will leave also on tho Australia, but,
according to Mr. Hobrou, nothing
vulgar will be allowed intho dances.
Everything will bo mild. Mr. Her
bert, who loft lately for tho Coast,
tool; a largo quantity of Kona colTeo
which will bo sold, in connection
with tho exhibit.
WILL LEAVE AT NOON.
Tho . S. Miowora Departs To-mor-tow
for Qnn Francisco.
Tho Cnnaditiu-Australiau Steam
ship Miowora which for a period of
morn than forty days was lyiug
broadside on the reof, will leave for
the Coast nt noon to-morrow, twenty
four hours ahead of tlio Oceanic
.Steamship Australia, liiquiry ut the
otllco of T. H. Davios ic Co. elicited
information to tlio ell'ect that tho
Miowora was not iroiui: to make
steamer's time, but she was to tnko
things easy. Snys Mr. Koy worth:
"The Miowora will probably go up
in seven or eight days or six mouths.
She will not take any passengers or
mail, but will go direct to Sail Frnn
eihco for repairs." It is understood
that all tho repairing will be done
ou tho Con-it. C'nptaln Stolt, tlio
ciiuiuiaudor when the steamer htrnud
ed, and who lately arrived from Van
couver, l. C, accompanied Ity his
wife, will go in eominniid of tho
That Rottou Joist.
Chief Clerk Honry Smith of tho
Judiciary Department wn3 today
having the huge bo licenses in tho
law library remount fioin over tho
weak spot discovered iu tho floor by
the fall of plaster previously report
od iu tlio lb i.u.tiv When tho strip
of matting ocr tlio broken beam
was lifted, it wiii seen that tho floor
under the middle uf u homily laden
bookca-o liail sagged fully an inch.
Y. K. Unwell, Superintendent of
I'ublle Works, ou ouunining tho
floor recommended the removal of
the load without delay.
LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS.
Ka Loo o ka Lahui ha3 a now aud
Tho Friond and Handicraft for
Jauuary nro out.
Two nioro cases of scarlatina have
been reported at Hilo.
Diamond Head, 3 p. in. Woathor
cloar, wind fresh northeast.
The flag over tho U. S. cousulato
is the worso of tho woathor.
Houi R. Namakaokcahi has an ad
ministrator's notice in this paper.
Tho music stand at tho Temple of
Fashion was won by Mrs, J. U. Hush.
It is worth $7".
Thoro was a lanre lookimr of float
for Miss Albu's benefit at Mr. Levey's
oilico this morning.
Whooror swappod parcels at tlio
Golden Kulo Bazaar is called on to
rectify tho mistake.
A large quantity of confiscated
opium was sold by Collector of Cus
lonis Casllo last week for exporta
tion. Jas. F. Morgan will hold a cash
sale at 10 o'clock to-morrow, dispos
ing of a variety of goods aud two
Tho Hawaiian Hotel management
has failed to secure tho Hawaiian
National baud for a concort tlioro
A parly of Japanese bluejackets
visited tho Executive building yes
terday, anil a party of Hritish blue
Court Camoes will hold n special
meeting nt K. of P. hall at 7:!1U
o'clock this ovouing. A full attend
ance is required.
Mr. A. r. l'otersou will accompany
Mr. S. l'arkor to the Const ou tlio b.
S. Australia on Saturday noxt. Thoy
nro going on business.
The Executive building guards
had saudbog oiorciso today. Thoy
cleared the front voraudas attogothor
of the hideous barricade
The next mall from the Coast will
bo tho S. S. Mariposa duo ou Jan.
18. Tho Monowai will arrivo from
tho Colonies a week from to-day.
A complimentary bonefit concert
will be given to the Misses Albu ou
Saturday evening at the Hawaiian
Opera Houso. The Quintet Club
and local talent will assist.
Tho 1'. O. band will give a concert
at the Hawaiian Hoiel to-morrow
evening, complimentary to guests of
that hostelry who leave tho follow
ing day on the S. S. Australia.
There'll bo no dull timos at tho
Tomnlo of Fashion, if "hhr Induce
ments" for trade avail anything.
Take a glance at tho knockdown
prices oho rod iu Mr. Ehrlich's spnoo
in to-dny'rt pnpor.
Thoro wore wore nearly 300 of old
and young iu tho Soconu Congrega
tion of St. Andrew's Cathedral .Sun
day bchool excursion by special train
to Reinond Grovo this morning.
Thoy picnic at tho grovo through
the day and roturn iu the evening.
The annual meeting of the Sailors'
Homo Society will bo held iu the
Chamber of Commerce at 11 o'clock
to-morrow morning. A local in yes
terday's issue announcing the meet
ing for this morning was writtou iu
Iguorauco of a chntigo mndo iu the
Tho German Spoils Club elected
the following officers yostorday even
ing, to succeed tho previously elect
ed conglomeration: President, 11.
Klommo; ico-rrcsicleut, (Jus. Cor
dos; Secretary, F. Miller; Treasurer,
E. Klommo; SerKonut-nt-Aruw, ('.
Wichert; Guard, Mr. Knudsen.
I'iicIc, New York, Div. IX,
Wo liko a fruo press, nnd wu lilui a
froo innn. lint wlion tlio man puts
his foot in our lnp, ho boeonuu too
froo; ami thoro nro timod wlion il
soonis to iih thnt tlio press of thin
country is liiraoly run by nion who
havo just ahout that uloii of froo
dom. Tho Untvaii businus.s in com-
Klicatod nnd porploxin?, no doubt;
ut it is not no maddening and con
fusing as to throw coimnon-sonso
entirely oif hor throtio. A rational
man inny road any amount of
Blouut-lhurstou litorature, and
rot hoop enough of his normal
braiu to romojiiber that Prosidont
Clovolaml is mi nblo-bodiud cition
of sound, disposing mind, nhlo to
road and write, und in full posses
sion of tlio faculties of hearing and
spoeuh. Yet thoro is a largo uluss
of journalists to whom this appa
rently obvious fact sooms to bo
wholly unknown. At least tlioir
papors tnko tho attitude of regaul
mg him ub iucapablo of spunking for
hiuibolf, and show hystorfual niuioty
to relievo him, entirely, of any sucit
duty. They invont policies nnd
purposes for linn, nuu eroato uigoiil
ous infamies fur wliich they hold
him responsible. Meanwhile Mr.
Cleveland snys nothing, except when
tho duties of his position rctiuiro
him to speak. Then ho says some
thing that tlio ovor-freo press did
not expect him to say, und tho over-
iroo press promptly goes to uiscim
sing whether his yes does not nioaii
no, and his no does not mean yes.
A pooolo who would bo guided or
moved by such license of tho press
would throw nsido the govoruine.it
of orderly, rational aud couscion
tious rulers of tlioir own choosing
for n peculiarly fautasliu and irre
sponsible form of nuarchy. And we
do not beliuve that tho American
poople, taking them by and large,
aro in any serious danger of upset
ting tho republican form of govern
ment under which they havo made
Mr. Cleveland tlioir President, iu
favor of a government of hysterical
newspaper-writers. Up to the very
latest accounts from Washington,
President Cleveland is unite able to
statu his intentions for himself
whom ,it lie happens to want to
destroy tho Constitution or commit
nuy other iniquity; and wo nro of
opinion that tho people know it.
Another Gamo Anticipated far Wash
Thoro was talk of a football match
between tho Honolulu and Pacific
teams on Now Yoar's day, whioh foil
flat. Sinco then tho towns bovo
mot, and thoy nro now trying to nr
rango a match to tnko plnco on tho
Leaguo grounds on Fob. 22, Goo.
Washington's birthday. Tho toama
will start iu practising in d'tow days,
tho Honolulus in front of tho bar
racks and tho Pacifies ou the Ka
mohamoha school grounds.
Tho Pacifies havo ordered through
Chas. Glrdlor jorsoys for tho team,
and thoso aro oxpoctod to arrivo
from Vancouver, U. C, on tho C. A..
S. S. Arnwa.
Tho Punnhoii football loam will
not play for several months yet.
Sistor do Sales Wine.
Sister M. Frances do Sales has
won tho silvor toa sol in X. S. Sachs'
window. Tho sot was to bo awarded
to tho nearc3t guess of tho number
of beans iu a jar oxhlbitod. Thoro
wero six gucssors who tied each othor
and a second guess botweou tho par
ties was decided on. Ou tho socond
count the following was tho rosult:
Miss Viorra, 100; J. Hodoman, 200;
Mrs. G. Dodd.350; Miss Annio Blan
chard, -100; Sistor M. Francos do
Sales, 550. Tho beans in tho jar on
being counted by Mr. A. V. Gear
wero found to bo -190. As Sistor
Sales was tho nearest guossor sho
has boon awarded tho prizo.
A Boston Boy's Eyesight
Savod-Porhaps His Llfs
By Hood's SttrsapnrlUa mood PoU
oned by Canker.
Rend the followinj from , jrnUful tnotbwi
"My little bojr had Scarlet Fercr wbtn A years
old, and It lolthlm Terjr weak aodwlta blood
BHord wllh ennkrr. 111$ eyes beeams
to InOamol that hi J mScrlu ji wero Interne, and
(or tercn week ho
Could Not Opon His Eyes.
I took him tnlco durlnj that ttmo to tho Bys
and Ear Infirmary on duties street, but their
remedies failed to do Mm tho faintest shadow
ot good. I commonecd tiring him Hood's
Sartaparllla nn-J It soon cured him. I hats
nnvtr doubted thnt Itsarrd hit alckt, Tn
if m kU Terr Hf. You may uis thu tes
tlmonial In any tray ynu chootd. I am always
ready to sound tho pratto ot
becausoot tho wonderful Rood II did my son."
Arnm F. IIlackman, suus Washlnston Bt,
lloitcn, Ma.s. Oct HOOD'S,
HOOD'B PlLLS ' hl mid, and r ps
r.ct in compotltUu, proportion and appoaraaos.
HOimOK, NKWMAN & CO.,
AkviiU for Hawaiian Islnmln.
IJusitioss dead ? Not much t
Leushvitju it is not so with the
Cut i Torn in Food Company. Wo
have mndo a business for our
selves, which has utciulily grown
through all tho hard times other
people am complaining about.
Wo have just .secured from Mr.
.1. F. Colburu his old bland, cor
ner Queen and Nuuanu streots,
aud taken possession of thoso'
largo and convenient promises.
Wo had to do so, because our
old place at Lolco is too small
for our fast-increasing business.
In a few days tho hark "Miiuna
Ala" will ho hero again with hor
fourth full cargo of Hay and
Grain, bought by our Mr. J. N.
Wright who will urrivo on that
vessel. W'u profer to select our
merchandise ourselves rathor
than havo others do it, which
means that wo get belter goods
at a less price.
"Wo thank our many friends
for their liberal putronago for
tho past tliroo years, and bono
by strict attention to a business
wo thoroughly understand to
merit the patronage of as many
CALirOUXIA FEED CO.
SATURDAY, JAN. 6th, 1894
Grand Complimentary Benefit
TKMU lltll I.)
MISS JULIE ALBU, S, R, C, H.
special iiriMiiKeniunt- ol Nmivu Aim0.
will bo '.nun iii Hu.r by tbn .MikSRn
Al.lil , iiskNIi'iI b tint
U'ililllii! Ik-:iI T.llrnt uill let a . . .
.... I'.-.ilurn n( tlin r.vi'iilni:.
Ml-S JLM.H. ALIII'
Will i-Iiik ' .Slim- Nttcet lllnl," "Jk-Bt ol
A'l. roll Mi Mv lli-nrt.
JIIIW ItOiS AI.LU
Will Miii: "Anld Rubin drily." ' It Wna
n llrcniii" lllnl u ('uvntlim Innn
Till! MV.I .n(l
A iliu-t , will 1 1 "Jlfur Mil Nliiinu,"
(by riiUr.,i)ninl "1 Would That My l.ovo."
" ltnvrvt'il mail il, olhur main T5
: ami wDrviit". Km plun op9n at tiu'rloi'l.
thl' moriiliit' ut I., J. Dnvi'y'.
m. i.. m. iM.UNKr.rr.
i wsvSlj -i?P5Bt iBfl
DISTRICT COURT MATTERS.
Tho Samagos Suits Lost Against
the "Cowboy" Captain of Police
In tho District Court yesterday,
in tho civil suit of David L. Kala
waia and John K. Apio for $300
damages each for trespass, Magis
trate Robortson rendorod a juag
mont in favor of tho defendant,
Sonior Captain Andrews p( tho polico
department. Tho plaintiff in -each
caso notod ad appeal to tho Circuit
Court. The suit arose from a raid
made on tho plaintiffs' premises at
the tinio J. E. Gomes, jeweler, was
arrested and tho charge nol. pros'd
for want of ovidonco.
Simon, a son of Ham, was repri
manded and discharged this morn
ing for usine vulgar and profane
lauguago on Doc. 30. Simon pleaded
guilty at advisomont of counsol.
A Chinaman natnod Ah Wing was
brought boforo tho Court for unlaw
ful possession of two tins of opium.
Tho Court adjournod at 11 o clock
to inspect tuo promises wnere mo
Celo3tial was caught. Roturning
linlf nn linur lalnr. An nil Inurnment
was ordered until 1:30 o'clock.
- PRESENTS THIS-
An unnsual nttrnctlro variety of HEW
OOOD3 to nieot tho tasto and wants of
our Island community. Apart
from a lino stock of
Presentation and Miscellaneous Books and
Irt THE NEW SEASON'S -
That mutt bo seen to bo appreciated.
Alio a line ot
Japanoso Pajjpr Cropo Books
Of Jingles nnd Kalry Talva.
Additional to n bewildering supply of tlio
customary good goods for nil good
people Is a stock ol
That nro m nicful as thev aro novel and
nttractlvo, and ot alt klndi and altos.
Dolls & Dolls' Sundries
Santa Claim' Heaihiuaiitkm Iihs
alwayii bevu notod (or IU mpply of Dolls
and all the etcetera ot dolldom, and this
season ioa.ut mam an.
KID DOLLS, UW
Nankin Dolln, Rag Dolls. Robber Doll,
China Dolls, Dolls with Finn French Ris
que Heads, Dolls with socallod Unbreak
able Heads, China Heads.
TViT T 01 IUiRoal Hnmmi Hair,
UVJLJLjO Dolls with Nntnrnl look
ing Hair, soma with Tow Hair. Woolly
Hair, uud ioiiio with No Hair at all.
BloopinR Dolls, Wakoful Dolls, SmiU
inr; Dolls, Crylnpr Dolls.
T"Vr T C In Full Dross, Half Drum
xJKJLjLjij and Undress and ranuliiK
from about thrco Inches to ncarlv turcn
feet In flic, nnd from ten rents to covoral
Lad; Doll;, Girl Dolls, Boy Dolli, Bib; Dolls
I'rriicli Dulh, EhkII'Ii Dull',
ilurm.in Dolli, Auivrlrau liolK
Ksiinlinanx l)oll, Indlnn Dulli.
Mulatto Dolls, burkr-) DolN.
TV IT r Heads, Doll Ili-lIcx, Dull
UVJJLi Li Witt, Doll's Arum, Doll's
Uhoex, Doll's Btocklui-s, Doll's Hats, Doll's
1'nrasols, Doll's Juwelry, DuII'h Tnnn, Doll's
Cradlos, Doll's Ucdstcads, Doll's Trous
seaux, Doll's CarrlnRes. DoII'h Tea tioti,
Wash Hutx and n'tn or bits ol nccensary
thltiKS to oomplnte the happiness ol n
doll's inuiiiina'H I lie.
Initial lllicr.il pruvlxliiu is tnade In all tho
Rubber Toya, Wooden Toya,
Tin Toys, Bora Toya,
Iron Toya, Paper Toys, Cto.
OUTDOOR (IAMBS, INDOOR (1A.MK3
That nro a Joy to liehold.
Kvcrvboilv ninl all aces nrovliled
(oral Snt Ci.ai'k' Ili:l'yl.Miti:m.
1 havo much pleasure iu
tulvirtiiiR iny nuinnroiis olU
ouls (hat I litivo rocoiveil
advices thai tlio Shamrock
Linens havo hoon accorded
The Highest Award, . . .
. . . Medal and Diploma
al Iho Chicago Wnrld't, Fair
for Tublu lnii'ii, Tuwolrt,
.Shi'ciiiii,', Pillow Linou,
UaiidkoivhiofH and Min
broidery. W, O. SPROULiIr?
Hull) Ai;ent lor tho Iliiwaltnn lliiiul.
W.F.Reynolds, : Prop.
IS THE lit IPS I'llEiEM'.
DOLLS & TOYS
at sprciuLy Low rntcE.
DOM.S Kleely Drcscd Kv. nnd CO.-.
D01.I.S Better Droned $1.
DOLU Richly Dressed $1.75 to 7M.
Fine English Dressed Dolls
Willi I'vervtlilni to t.iko oil I'land
Doll Heads and Bodies
TEA SETS, VASES, ETC.
-a ncAonrcL dim-lay or
Purses, Card Cases,
Our Children's Books
Aid Eiooptlunally Kiiii.
I4h- Rc.id our 1'ntiiliiKiif tttct you will
surely Uml something jou want.
IRON l'ABSENOER TRAINS,
IRON Klir.lOHT TRAINS,
ETC.. ETC., ETC.. ETC.
The above Store Ins received another
Rlinlld Invotcu of
JapaacscSiik & Pancy Goods
Per S. S. "Oceanic"
Beautifnl Silk and Crape
Cushions, Tublu Cover',
Iloil (.'over", (Joints,
Silk and Cotton Kimonos
IN (I HEAT VARIETY.
Ofe. Iiiskm'Ioii IU'n'ctfully Invltod.
Hotel Street (Arlington Block)
Mrs, J, P. P. Gollaco, Proprietress.
FOR SAN HIANCISCO.
THE Al STEAMSHIP
WILL LEAVE HONOLIM.I'
1011 Till: AI'ilVK CIIKT UN
Saturday, January 6th,
uudur.ili!iit;il ure now urininrt'il to
Uhiio Tlirotlfjli TlukiHs (mm tliN city to ull
polnls In tlio United HtiUf.-.
1'or (urllicr vartleulari rrKiirilliiK
Krult;lit or rmni;i, apply to
W.M. (I. IKW1N A '0.( l.'l.
IH!I lit llouernl Agrntii.
Postponed Until Further Notice,
Watch foh tiik AsNouxcnucNTl
done ut the ItulUtln Ojfitr.
The Newest and the aM
. . .
CAN ALWAYS BE FOUXD AT
3ST. S. S-A.CHS'
BSO Fort Street, Honolulu.
The "Mother's Friend" Patent Shirt Yaist!
TbN N the lotHHt Improrcmcnt In BoyV Shirt Walit an. I a trite fnoti.l ui
mothers: no more buttons to sew on,ai thejc eaiiiiot come oil Wclir
llu'iii in white and In fancy percalet from Cooont upward. ...... .
IHiYfi1 CALICO WAISTS IN AM. 8IZKS AT ?3 iT.N r.
latest Shapes In
Children's Cloth Caps. University and Pinafore
We have them In Cream, Cardinal, Navy Illuo and Seal Rrown.
CHILDREN'S AND INFANT'S FANCY FLANNEL COATS at vorv low pn.e..
WATKRED SASH RIHBON8 IN ALL COLORS.
THE ADELINE BLACK STOCKINGS
They are pronounced the best by all who have given them a trial. Wo have
them for ladles, gents, children and Infants, in plain, ribbed, drop Milch
and open work. . . . Ladies' Adeline Black Stocking: reduced to M)fcnt
per pair. . . . Ladles' Diamond Ulack Stockings at '-!0 rents per pnir.
Hare you seen tho CHILDREN'S SCHOOL
Ther are just the thing
M. S. LEVY
WHERE HE WILL BE HAPPY TO
MEET ALL HIS OLD CUSTOMERS
AND THE PUBLIC IN GENERAL. ' .
Dry Goods and Gents' Furnishings.
National Cane Shredder
PATENTED UNDER THE LAWS OF THE HAWAIIAN ISLANDS.
THE UNDKRSIONED HAVE IJEKN AITOINTKI) SOLE AOENTrf FOR
theco RintEDiiEitH nnd nro now jiroparcd to rccoivu onlorc.
Tlio groiil nilvniiingcrt to bo dcriveil from (ho uno of tho National Canu
.SiiitKiiiiKit arc llioruughly csIuIiIIhIiciI ninl acknowledged by I'lmiltTH
Tlio la run number of Daiitcm lining llioni in tlio United Swtc, Cuba,
Arentinu HopuliUr, Porn, Amtr.ilU and elnitwliero, boar wltncdi to tlio
Tlio iiko of tlio Kiiiikddku vury l.irely iiuKtiionUi tlio iiuautity of enno
tlio mill can Kriud (25 to 50), nlno tlio extraction of juice (6 to 12).
It !h it Kreut nafvguiird, making known nt onco tlio iireiienco of tiny
pliTiM of iron, Htnkca from cnrH, or anything wliich would bohnblo to dumugu
tho mill, and allowing nmilo tinio to romovo mime beforn daniHginc the mill.
Tho HunKDi)i;it is very utrotiKly made, nnd from tho mmincr of its opera
tion it cutH or tcnrn llieeo piecoij of wood or irou without often brcakmg tlio
BiiHKiiUKit; und if anything brcukn, it in pimply somoof tho knlvcn or cuttoro,
which can bo itiickly and tconouiically rejiliiced. Tho Siiiikddkh, us it
name iudicntex, team thu cauo into uliredn of varying lengths, perfectly open
ing it und ullowing tho mill to thoroughly pren out tho juices without re
quiring the ininiotibo extra power uecexniiry to grind or crimli the whole
cnue. Tho Hiiiikiiih:ii ttprends tho shredded cnuo uniformly nnd evenly to
tho mill rolls, uud does uwuy with thu iiu-obity of spreading tho bngusso by
hand bttweon thu mills, where regriiidiug is iu use. No greater amount o!
boiler cnpiieity is required to oierutu (lie Bmheddku than thnt which was
siilUeioiit for thu mill, for thu above reasons. Wo furnish full working
drawings for tho installation of our Siiiieddkiis, enabling uny competent en
gineer to successfully install und slutt them.
In ordering Siiuediikuh from us, pleuno send small sketch, showing the
dinmetcr nnd width of the mill lolls with which SiiUEmisnis to bo connected,
ulso tho sido feitlier riirtit or left hand an vou face thu delivery bido of tho
mill), upon which tho mill engine U located, also tho height from lloor line
to center of front mill roll shaft, uud distance center this shaft to front end
of bed plate. Theso SllltEUDEUH ure now being used by the Hilo Sugar Co.
aud Huwi Mill, Koliula, where they are giving great satisfaction.
fjf Prices nnd further particulars may bo hud by applying to
WM, G. IRWIN & CO., L'd.,
BW-tf S"lt Agcnti fur the 7auni'iiii hlmuli.
Ou und aliur the 1st day ot Junuury,
1891, the store known as "KA MAILE"
will boeloieil out and lo retired from
IjihIiu'si iis (ast as polblc.
t'aili will be exacted for all kalns utter
that ditto, l'rkei will lit riMucud on
l'alrous aro reipieitod lu svttlu llielr
MccomiU us rapidly us puillde.
MRS. 0. C. BOAHDMAN,
ran lately arrived hero would liken
situation (or cvucral wore either In buit
iiev, furm or prlvuto Iiotuu.
Aililrox. MA. A II Hull. .lln CllH,...
HATS that wo are selling for 20 ceiit?
for Boys or Girls.
Circuit Court, First Circuit of tho Ha
waiian Island, In Probate.
IN THE MATTKIt OF THE KbTATE
JL Ol I. UK OA.M
j I. UK UANU, lute of Honolulu, iU-
Ou reading and flliiiL- thu twtltlnn nf h.
Ahuil, Of Kahulul, Maul, nllelni; that
Luk banu, of Honolulu, Ulcd Intestate at
Choy Hang, China, on thu Bth day ol July,
A. 1. 16!f7,and prsylng that U'tters of Ad
ministration Issue to H. Ahiul.
It Is ordered that MONDAY, the 15th
day of January, a. 1). IbUI, he uud hereby
Is appointed lor hearing laid petition lu
the Court ltoom ol this Court, ut Hono
lulu, at which time and plsi-p all person
concerned tuay npcur and thow cunte, II
any they have, why said trillion should
not bo granted.
Dated Honolulu. H. I.. Deo. li. b'.U.
I lly tho Court:
OH AH. V. PRTKUSON.
BY a, vou.su "okusiXn ami., to
mind CliUdreii unlo Ovnorul House
work. Apply ut this Oiluv.,. ULVlw