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OAHU RAILWAY AND LAND CO.
KIIOM AND AFTRR JUNK I. IK03.
LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS.
INSULT ADDED TO INJURY.
To Ewa Mill.
lnve Pearl City..
Arrive Kwa Mill 9:57
heave Ewa Mill ,
Leave I'enrl City,
0. 11. .
A.M. A.M. P.M.
. .6:21 10:43 3:43
.,..0:55 11:10 4:15
.'. 7:30 11:65 4:55
A. Saturdays only.
(J. HnnrlavK excepted.
D. Saturdays excepted.
ft giuiu num.
Diamond Head, 3 p. m, Weather ' .
hazy, wind frosh northoast. Gr098 Discourtesy Shown to Theo
Mrs. R. Lislunan has Iioinc-uinriu
butter for sale at TiOu. a pound.
A list of officers of tlio Gorman
IJonovolont Society appears in this
Tho P. G. band will give a concert
at tho Hawaiian Hotel to-morrow
Tho I. G. band played at the
depart tiro of tho S. S. Alameda this
Uy "overal recent mails telegrams
dated from British Columbia havo
I'omo in California papers, tolling of
recruiting for ai royalist army to
operate here, going on in British
Columbia. Nobody of any sonso be
lieved the yarn, and it was really not
, worth contradicting. The "latest
' phase of the fake, however, coupled
the name of Mr. Davies with the re
cruiting. It appears that tho Provisional
I fliirnrfifiinfil fo" ni Innaf if a AMnrntitf
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Reports from Kauai say that there Omwn, pmyed simple enough to
is very little sugar waiting for ship- , l?k,1' M"(,I ,! l'' "TV1 JhaA .m
rial iii'cunuugiy sum mr ,ur. Litvies
to have a "privato" talk with him,
tuout to Honolulu
THURSDAY, FEB. 8, 1891.
Tinm-nw, Kb. 8.
It M 8 8 Alameda, Mor.-c, ITilny and in
boiiM from Mvinav
Httiir Mikahaln from Knnal
tttinr hvalnnl frum Kuuul
Tiit'ii'iiAV, Keli. 8.
It M 8 8 Alniiieda, Morxe, for 8an Fran-
cUcu nt 1 p in
Htnir Iwnlntil for Nnwlllwlll, Knlim, Mnkn-
wcll, Walinca and Keknliunto t tu
Hiiur Kllauen lluu tor Hakalau, lloiioiiiu
mid l'oliakunmnu ntfi ii tu
Btnir Mlknhnla fur Nnwlllwlll nnd Hnna-
niaulii nt 5 ni
Htmr J A t'lliiiiiilnt for Kooliiii
OarRoos from Island Porta.
Stinr Mlkaliala 5237 hn rttnr and
Htmr lwainul MHO ling stimr
l'roin Kauai, porsttnr Mlknliitln, Kc
Knlillnirn, v Akoul, uud t deck.
wlfu, Ml" KOiiy, und I
A Uobliison aiitl
Krotu the. I'olon'e
ineiiu, reus .irs ieiiie, .inix iMiiue. j
1'eyinn, J ' Peyton, I'hni Titrnerand wife,
o. per II Jl a Ala-
Fob 8 .Mrs kettle, Mli Kultle, J
:i iu-enn:o. and 22 cabin and 35 In stcurunc
For 8nn FrnncUcu, tier It M H H Ala
nirila, Fob 8 -Win Itlpley and wife, OF
Flnbor, W 1 Unrrl-oii. 11 Abraliaitixuti, V
lluubar, (loo Jlotinlns mid wife, Mrs W
Kcott, O M Vcrirui. M MnVuy. Jr. M V
Holmes, Mrs K it M llarton, MlnxO Mils
urovo, J X Wrllu, W A Wright, Mrx Kl
The Meanicr Pile wat at Makawcll when
tlio Mlkaliala l-fl walling fur a load uf
Tlio ntvamer Mlkaliala liadtodo i-nino
"ornplng" In order tu securu a Mignr cargo
on tlio (lardun If lo thin trip. Hie brought
WW Imga. Tliu Mlkaliala and lwulnnl
loavu again tliN ovcnlng fur potts on
K ii mil.
Tliu Imrk 8 . Allen beenn iliiu'liiirglui;
this morning at Alien A Itoliln-oii'n wliurf.
Captain Thompson hays be would have
madu tliu pasusue from Ban Franclnco In
less than nine days If be hadn't been ho
OAI.Ii In Hnoramunto, Cixl., December 21,
ltUI, to tlio wlfu of J. ('. (lull, a son.
CARRY In Honolulu, February 7. IMM,
to tho wlfu of Thomas Carey, a daughter.
J.F.Bowlor's now cement pavement
and steps make a great improvement
at tho Opora House.
Thoro aro rumors about town to
day that tho P. G.'s aro to proclaim
a republic in a fow days.
Frank L. Hoogs is business man
ager for E. Nestor Edison, the ox
pert phonograph operator.
Mrs. Kettle, who arrived from the
Colonies per Alameda to-day, is a
sislor to L. and R. von Tompsky of
Tho steamer Mikahala will pro
bably bring tho pair, boom and sun
dry other wreckage of tho C. R
Bishop ou her return trip.
Captain Kloinino has suspicious as
to who poisoned the two mastitis
tho other evening. No arrests have
howovor ho mi made as yet.
Geo. Washington, the colored
pugilist, knocked out Sharkey, a
heavy-weight, in a sot-to at a cer
tain place last night. Gloves were
Tho schooner Vine, with II. .1.
Moors and the World's Fair party
of Sanioaus, reached Apia on .lim
itary (Hli from San Francisco via
A Chinaman supposed to be in
sane was taken oil Fort street this
forenoon and confined in the Police
Station. Ho will be examined be
Tho Alameda on her last trip
down left San Francisco a day late,
but made up tho time before reach
ing Auckland, and lauded her mails
in Sydney fill hours ahead of time.
E. Nestor Edison will appear at
the Y. M. C. A. hall on next Satur-
and, as if fearing that Mr. Davies
would play the revolutionary des
perado upon him, ho took the pre
caution of having the Marshal pres
ent. These star-chamber inquisitions,
for which tho P. G. has always shown
a predilection, aro generally repre
sented to the victim as strictly con
fidential, but the proceedings get
into the P. G. papers, distorted to
the disadvantage of the victim, all
the same. Mr. Davies had to sub
mit to having his name chalked on a
COLONIAL ITEMS. I
Scandalous Conduct of a Cabinet
Minister Cable and Steamer
Mr. Copeland, Minister of Lands
in tho New South Wales Cabinet,
appeared in tho Legislature the
evening of January 17 Tu an intoxi
cated state. Ho wore a short duck
coat without a vest. While ho was
making a rambling speech, a Mr.
Hindlo raised tho point of order
whether it was right for the Minis
ter to address tho House in tho evi
dently intoxicated condition he was
in. Copeland sworo at tho member
and threatened to wring his neck.
Aftor a little ho walked toward Hin
dlo ami attempted to strike him.
The galleries were cleared of strati
gors and tho drtinkon Minister was
romovod by tho sorgeant-at-arms.
An adjournment of tho House im
mediately followed, when Copeland
made anothor scone in the lobby,
wanting to got at Hindlo. Next day
he apologized to tho Housoand said
he had tendered his resignation to
tho Premier. Tho Promier declined
to accept his resignation, and a reso
lution of censure ou tho Ministry
was pending in consequence at latest
Tho Education Board of Christ-
bulletin board yesterday, as having church, N. Z., has passed this reso
been "before the Marshal," thus put-. lotion: "That for the future neither
ting mm tu the light of being a sus
Tho story of Mr. Davies' interviow '
with tho Attorney General is well
told by himself iullie following let
ter to the Advertiser:
Mn. Editor: Will you bo good
enough to publih the following re
port of the interview which Iliad
yesterday morning, with the Attor-nev-General:
Having received a uoto which Mr.
Smith informed mo that ho regarded
as courteous, but which I observe
Jaim j lldicv Jlorman
of SliyI5ojer. l'a.
The Newest and the Latest
CAN' ALWAYS HE I-'OUXD AT
isr. s. s-A.cns'
B80 Port Street, Honolulu.
cane nor stick bo used in the schools,
but a leather strap 1 inches broad;
that no pupil be struck ou the head
or neck; that corporal punishment
bo not inflicted on girls over 12 years
Extraordinary high tides have
been experienced in tho Gulf of Car
pentaria, and tho sudden rise of the
water has destroyed all the beacons
along the coast.
It (s estimated that tho local batiks
iu Now South Wales will pay ?l,500,
000 iu dividends on tho basis of the
that he has permitted to be publicly ' half-year's operations, and that &i.-
described as a summons, I called at i 000,000 will be distributed to do-
the Attorney-General's office yester-1 positors in interest.
day morning at half-past 0. To my Tho conference of Labor members
surprise I loitiut mo .Marsuni pre- at aytluo.v passed the following reso
Cured of Scrofula
Tho Poople will havo Hood's
Mr. norm nil's Exjirrleiic
MMy boy, now ti years old, hid ficrofnl to
neee fnm the time In nai a bahyi diicliarc
tnft utl tliu time. Of lite we hno been Klvlnc
Mm Ilnn.1'4 .s.ir.-iur.lh, mi I it bai dona all
that m dlclr.e ran ,lo. The Scrofula has ilnap
peared, and hit e)t Ii healed up and well. I
fully brllcre HondN Sirapitllli Ii the best
medicine In the market I keep a central iters,
and It M not n trh'k lo rll Mood's rinparill
for the people llt time It. I sell mure of
HooV SaMipirllla than all other medietas
together and the stcro would not b eomplsU
Hood's ; Cures
without It My nlfe hsi alto been entirety
cured oi nrriiuua u ii"i i e mraparma, auq a
am heartily thinkliil for nhit It h dont for
us." John Ihiiiman Mir Heaver, I'a.
The "Mother's Friend" Patent Shirt Waist!
This l the lntot Improvement in Hoys' shirt Vnit mid a tnie friend to
mother! no more ImiUoii to i'w on. h tlii-i- eniim.it mme oil. Wolinvf
them In white and in fuiiey perca.e from cunts iipwnrd
HOYS' CALICO WAISTS IN .I.I. SI.l AT V i KSI.e.
-- lyilejt Hlintt'" In
Children's Cloth Caps, University and Pinafore
We hare them In ream. Cnrdlont, N'nrx It'.ue ntid Sen! llrmin.
I'HlI.UHKVH AND INI'ANT'H FANCY Kl.ANNi:!. l'n,T.-nt v.-rv low prim...
WATKHKI) SASH ItlHIIONS IN AM. col.olts.
THE ADELINE BLACK STOCKINQS
They are pronounced the ln't hy nil lm linve jtiveti them n trl it. We Inve
ini'iii tor lames, K-"1". ciniiin-ii nno iniuii in pi.nn, riuiH' t. itrop men
Mm ktliif reililei-l to.'lvi'iit
and oh'ii work
I mile' Adeline I hi'k '
miles' Dlntiiuiid I'lni'k Stocklii);
ut ! ,'eiii r pair.
Hare you eon the CHI I DltKN'H .SCHOOI, II ATS that we are .diinK for 'Jiirmt
Thin are mt the tiling for Iltn- cr llir,.
Hood's Pitts 'ii but iter.jinnf ruw,
UlJlt l!titlon.cut kiiilach Tt; bos. Ms.
HOHItON, NKWMAN .V I'O..
AKetil for llnnatlau Islands,
hcut. and ou my impiiriug the object
of his presence, Mr. Smith stated
that Mr. Hitchcock had been re
quested lo come becaue he had re
ceived some letters upon the subject
of our interview.
Mr. Smith then politely stated
that many rumors had been circu
lated with regard to the enlistment
of troops at Vancouver and else
where, and that the Hawaiian Con
sul at Tacoma had written ollicinlly
upon the subject, mid that my mime
had been coupled with the transac
tion. Mr. .Smith further staled that
lie fi'lt tliat the report was a very
ireposteious one, hut that lie lie-
day evening with his loud-talking j,,Vod would be glad of an oppor-
pnouogrnpii. ucsorveu seats ore tunilv to coutratlicl it.
Two Appellate Court Decisions
Buiineia at Jury Torm.
Id tho Banning estate maltor, a
uuaninious opinion, prepared by
Justico Frear, has been rendered by
tho Supremo Court, deciding that
"an appeal does not lie from a ruling
upou exceptions to a master's re
port, no filial order having been
made." Tho appeal of the adminis
trator from rulings by Judge Cooper
upou exceptions to tho master's re
port, disallowing certain commis
sions, is dismissed without prejudice.
Justico Frear has also formulated
the unanimous opinion of the Court
in tho case of Anitna and Awaua,
partners, doing business under the
name of Nam Choug A; Co., vs. Lau
Kona. It is a case of ejectment
from premises leased by Queen Ka
piolaui, tho platutiu"d claiming tho
Quoon had no right to execute tho
lease without tho consent" of her
husband. Tho Fifth Circuit Court
decided iu favor of tho plaiutills.
Now the Supreme Court orders a
new trial, ou the following basis of
law: "A woman who married and
acquired laud prior to tho passage
of tho Married Womau's Act (Ch.
XI. Laws 1888) may after ito passage
execute without the consent of her
husband a valid lease of such laud
so as to entitle the lessee to posses
sion after the death of the husband."
Kinney aud Magoou for plaintiffs;
Hart well for defendant.
V. ti. Cuiniiiings was found guilty
of assault and battery by the jury
yesterday. Mr. Ada's motion to
Lave the jury polled wn refused.
D. Watson mid It. Watson were
ou trial to-day for conspiracy, the
jury retiring at H p. in. C. V. Ash
ford ami Kane for prosecution; Ka
ulukou for defendants.
Judge Cooper has yesterday and
today been heating iu the second
courtroom the ejectment case of
Kala uud Annie Kumualii vs. C. J',
laukea. Magoou and Kane for plain
tiffs; C. Ilrown for defeudaiil.
now on sale at llobrou. Newiunn A:
Co.'n drug store.
To-morrow, Friday, at 10 o'clock
a. in., .1. F. Morgan will hold a sale
of dry goods. At the same time he
will dispose of a lot of personal ef
fects belonging to the estate of tho
lato M. Goldberg.
Charles Turner and his wife, bol
ter known as Miss Aunis Montague,
arrived ou tho Alameda. They are
the guests of Mr. aud Mrs. ('. M.
Cooke, and will remain in town until
the return of tho Alameda.
Mr. Mo Voy. Jr., left on the S. S.
Alameda this afternoon for the
Coast in charge of additional exhi
bits to bo made at the Midwinter
Fair in the Hawaiian Village. Theso
consist of ferns aud shrubbery.
Commissioner Marsdeu received a
package of various seeds from Mrs.
ltobert Louis Stevenson by the Ala
meda. By the written descriptions
some are of plants yielding (lowers
of rare beauty aud richness of per
fume. A week from Saturday the Hono
lulu Amateur Minstrels, aided by '
other choice local talent, will give a i
grand concert iu the Opera House,,
as a complimentary benefit to V. B. '
Ash. Men from tliu U. S. S. Phila
delphia will assist.
Colonel I. Woolford, commander '
iu the British Army, is a through
passenger on mo a. a. Aiameiia. lie
lias beeu traveling iu the interior of
India and is on a similar expedition
to the United States, intending to !
make a twelve mouths' trip.
Last uight Co. C of the 1'. U.
volunteers elected new olllcers. J.
M. Camara was re-elected captain,
and M. Costa took J. M. VivaV place
as first lieutenant. Vivas mnunged
to secure two votes only out of the
whole uuuibur of ballots cast.
Captain Morrison was reprimand
ed and discharged by Judge Robert
son tliib forenoon for landing a sea
man without notifying the harbor
master. The seaman over whom t he
trouble arose was Jimmy Harring
ton, the pugilist, who worked his
passage to this port.
Leigh Irvine, the Kxumiiior'K spe
cial Honolulu correspondent, in ad
dition to accepting the comiuixsion
of the Now York Herald at Mr.
Hearts request, was this morning
appointed correspondent of the
Chicago Times by its owner, Wm.
Preston Harrison, who left on the
Alameda this afternoon.
Domingos Ferreira wu. found
guilty iu the District Court this
morning of assault and battery mi
J. J. Siiva, and sentenced to pay a
fine of $I(H). Peter Miranda, who
was arrested as accomplice, was dU
charged. This is the cae iu which
complainant was so severely kicld'd in
the abdomen that he was laid up
for wen lis iu the Cjueeu's Hospital.
The experience of (ieo. A Apgar.
of (lennaii Valley. N J . is wnll
'. U. Hardinan. Sheriff of ! worth reineiiiberintr. He was tiuu-
'lyler Co., . Va., appreciates a bled with chronic diarrlm-a ami
good thing ami does not hesitate to ' doutored for live mouths and was
say so. Hu was almost prostrated treated by four different doctir
with a cold when he proeuied a but- without benefit. He then began
tie of Cliaiulmrlain'sl'otigli Keuiedy. using Cliambei Iain's Colic, Choieta
no says; "it gave mo prompt relief, and Wiarrlnea l(eiueiiy,oi wiiieiioue
I umi It to lie an luvalualile remedy I small liottle ellecteil a compleli
lor coughs and colds. ' For sale by
all dealers. Benson, Smith A: Co.,
Agents for the Hawaiian Islands.
I ihou stilted to Mr. Smith thnt on
my arrival here 1 had made a point
of calling upon the four ministers;
that he himself had not paid me
the courtesy of returning my call;
that under (li"H circumstances I
was surprised that he should again
ask mo to come to his olllcc, as
though I were a messenger boy, and
with the object of ascertaining if I
was a conspirator. I added that
gentlemen did not like that kind of
I furl her stateil to Mr. Smith that
I ilid not feel any anxiety to contra
dict newspaper rumors; that I had
no idea that my iinme was ccnuect
ed with thee military reports until
I saw it iu an afternoon paper; that
there was not nu atom of foundation
for the statement, nud that I knew
nothing of the man who was said to
be engaged iu the transaction iu
I assured Mr. Smith that he would
' never find my name mixed up with
conspirators, treachery or traitors.
I think I did not squirm, but there
were only two other gentlemen pros
out, ami ouo of them apparently
iasthat 1 did. Ouo of tuo'o gen
tlemen must have given publicity to
' our interview, which I should hate
i thought it would havo been more
, honorable to suppress, unless with
1 the consent of the Attorney-Genera!
1 am, sir,
Your obedient sorvnut,
Tiii:o. 11. Davie.
Honolulu. Feb. 7th, IS'.ll.
' Body of a Ohinnmau I'ickod Up in
' tho Harbor.
The dead body of a well-built
Chinaman was found limiting iu the
harbor between (lie cattle pen aud,
the Pishmnrkot wharf by a native i
named Kaulahea this iiioriiiug. The
police were notified and the body
was carried on a stretcher to the
Station. Tim Chinaman must have
been dead two or three days, as the
body showed sign-' of decompoii- :
tiou. Tlio corpse was elothed in a )
dark IiIoiimi with dungaree pants i
and Chinoo shoes. Nothing that
would lead to the man's identity '
wat found iu Irs pockets. After be- ,
ing iowetl by a jury, and no one np- I
peariugto identify loin, it wasdeemed '
advi'-able Iu bury' the dead man. At
ll;.'U)o'clock the body was put iu a i
colliu aid taL-iii lo the Makiki c
lory for interment,
1 Ins cno oiin adds nu
the numerous liM of Chinese who '
have boon found lloatiug iu the liar- '
bor. No foul play is suspected,
there being no marks of violence ou .
the body. !
lotion: "That as the existing consti
tution of a second chamber, and the
present method of party govern
ment are unsatisfactory, this confer
ence recommends tho various colo
nies to considor the question with a
view of working ou a common basis
in the near future."
Tho Agents-General and Sir C.
Topper, along with Mr. Huddart,
aked the Marquis of Itipou to grant
a subsidy to Huddart s steamers.
Mr. Huddart argued that the lino is
of important assistance to the For
eign Office policy, and affords a valu
able additional protection to the
British nation. The Marquis or Iti
pou expressed sympathy, and under
took to consult the Foreign Ollice,
which was ehiellv concerned iu the
matter. The Marquis of Itipou,
yielding to pressure from Mr. Hud
dart, has undertaken to first consider
the question of a subsidy on behalf
of Jr iji in connection with the pro
posed Pacilic calile.
M. S. LEi VY
518 Robinson Block. Hotel Strcol.
ARRIVAL OF THE ALAMEDA.
a Fow Paasnugora
The It. M. S. S. Alameda, Captain
Morse, arrived this morning from
the Colonies with six cabin and
three steerage passengers for this
port, and twouty-live caltln and
thirty-five sHerage passengers in
transit. She brought very little
freight for this port. Purser Sutton
furnishes the following memoran
dum of the Alameda's passage:
Passed Syduer Heads on Jan. '2-d
at f p. m., and arrived at Auckland
at 2:.'H) p. in. on the 'Jiith. Sailed
from Auckland the following day at
2:15 p. in. and arrived at Apia ou
the Hist, at noon. Sailed from Apia
the same day and arrived at Hono
lulu ou February 8, at II a. in. Time
from Auckland, 12 days, II hours, (
minutes; from Sydney, 17 days, 10
hours, 7 minutes. Experienced line
weather from Sydney to latitude
l S., thence to 11 N. latitude en
countered heavy N. M ami K. N. K.
gales with a rough sea. Thence
fresh trades aud moderate sea.
Tho Alameda resumed her voyage
to San Francisco at IhW o'clock this
afternoon, carrying a goodly number
of passengers from this port, besides
a cargo of bananas and sugar.
W. F. Reynolds, : Prop.
ST. VALENTINES' DAY
FED, 14, 1894,
I IV ilo mil iin hi for jiriiultiiji mil
S'li'Ttiivlrit mill l-'ii'iiliiinrn, but w am
ill iinn ill jiririf in iiiviiridiiir tilth tlir
ill'lt LINK OK
DOLLS & GAMES
i.- wki.i. Assourr.n.
I.AIHIK AHSillirMP.NT OK
I 01-11 ft
, Japanese m wapc
IN KVKNINO HIIADKS
Wool Dl'UHH (tOOils.
Shawls, Ktc. l'2te.
I have lieen iiistnieted hy
Mc.'I.M. di:Sa i: Sii.va, pro
prietor of the Hawaiian Jap
an K-.K Baza.m:. Hotel tivut,
to .-ell hi .stock of J A I -ANKSK
55? A g iv-ortiiient of
JAPANESE l'APKKN" Al
KIXS will he sulil uws than
1&. S. XjE"V""y,
513 Roblmon Block, Hotel StreM.
- n -
MRS. R. LISHMAN
AT SO CENTS PER POUND.
UWI Tvli'pliMiii! :il7.
Y. M. C. A. HALL
SATURDAY EVENING, FEB. 10.
::;:;";:! Edison's Latest Triumph
Tin- Klin: nt Ml lyp wrlli-r..
Purses and Card Cases,
Tennis Rackets and Supplies,
Croquet and Baseball Goods,
Full Supply of Fine Stationery,
Guitars from $4.00 Up.
E2r Music and Hooks ordered by
Ami iIkii'i firi.'i't CAM! I- tlir-
ha-i of our lm-iiii"- .iinl il nhwi talks.
FURNISHED ROOMS TO LET.
L nt No 8 llnliin Htrri-t,
tlvu iiilniiici.' wiilk from tliu
I'lHI oilli-n. u,U If
rpWO NhKI.Y 1'1'lt
X tiiolu'il lloiiins for
(iuiitliMiii'ii ill No, I (iurili'ii
Utllf. NiJ tf
FURNISIILD ROOMS TO LET.
rpVo NH'I'I.Y ITU-
M. Illhllt'll ItuMlllx III! 1.1-
lilm nlrt'i't, oiio itc K in
l.lnl hiri'i't, nli it tivi in i it-
ulus' wiilk fnnii N.iiiiuiii tri't-t mr. Ai-
.) ill nil- olllru.
National Cane Shredder
I'A'rr.STKD UNiHiit tiii: LAWii or nu: Hawaiian islands
y'Okniacr. tm f. iFir-
Ii '.i . AitLUt' lull 1 L. '
!mili!JiHU tMr-aaL. j .'f.-!-"
- ' ; .- . . - j
I lllr'T AIM'IJAIIASCK
( ITY oi
II. ,1. Muors, ai'i'oiiii,'itiiin y Joi.
StrmiK '""l n 'nipiiii.v 'f twmity
Sniitli .Sou Inlaiiilnr.s, twnlvu lioinj;
Siiiiiuan-iiriiiiMially Kirln) ami tlio
riMiiaiiulor 'I'onau ami Wallis 1 nl-auili-r-,
i-iuloil finm Apia in ilio
M'lliiolli'r llli' nil I he iMll lilt, fill'
han I'raiKMM'ii. Ou roai'liinu that
plai'i Mr Mu'ir- will start aSainnaii
Mllaf ai tin- Mulwiiilor Fair, Mini
lar in ill" mn' ut llm C'hii'UL'u l'lii
I nt Km. AfiiTanU lio will pmivoil
with hi" ciinipniiy to Now York,
wliori' ln iriiupo will rorvn ai a hiilo
shuu t Itiillalu liill'- "Wild vr
MR. G. NESTOR EDISON
Who will Introiliii'K IMHom- Vcr l.iili't
unit I tn jirovfii
nvti Mt'K i:orr(ii;s
to ll'lll Oil Nllllllllll
Mrt'iit, liiilimm InivMinl
iiml N'IiimiI itri'i'ti. iUn
Mtllll) lurilti'il, i
h'or i.-irl It-iilar-i iitiiily
T V. liollUOS.
TI1K UNDKKSHJNKI I1AVK HKKN AlTIU.NTKH SOI.K A(INTS l-'Olt
thi'M-.SlliiKiiiiKitH and an-now iri'i.in ii to nicivi- unlcri-.
'I'lic nioiit MilvuutiiKi t In iIitivciI frmu tin- iic of tin- Nation w. I'ank
SlIliKIUiKIt an llioriiiiijiily otalilirhi'il anil ackiiowlcilKnl hy I'lautiTx
Tlio larci' iiiiiiiIk'i of I'l.uitcrK lining tlii'in in tin- I'uitnl Staliv, I'ulia,
Arncntiiio Uiiiiililii', Peru, Aiixtrali.i .nut cUfivlirrc, l-,ir witnoh to the
Tho iihu of tliu HiiuwuiKK ii'iy l.irj;'ly uiikiiicuU llif iiii.inliiy of imih
tln mill i'.iii riml f'-'.l to .'itl .), aUo the ixtr.u'iioii of jtnri- (..' '" l-'-).
Il in a Kri'at .tffi;ti.iril, milking known at olio' tlic pn i-ciict' of any
iiii of iron, Btuki'fi from cam, or anything whii'li would In- lmlili to iIhuiiik'i'
tin- mill, ami allowim: amplt tinii to n-niovc mono lu-top- ilain.ipnv: tin- null.
Thf SmiKiiiihii in M-ry ttroiiKly imult'. ami (loin i It- in.uuu-r of iti- opi-ia-lion
it culM or tcirn tlii'M' iii(-i-H of wood hi iron without often lin-.tkitiv; tin-
SliiiKliHKii ; ami if anytlnui,' lircuki-, il ii Minily mh f tin- ktnvo m i-ittii-rx,
whiL'h can ho iiiickly ami tTouutiiii-alh rrplan d. I'ln-SuiiKiuii.il, a iii
iiiiinu imlii'iito, ti'iirw Hit' i'iiiii' into nltrt'iU of varvuiK l'ii;ilii pf.ffi tly open
inn it mid allowing tho mill to tlmroiilily nif out tin jiin-o without rt
iiiriii; thf iiniiiuii'50 nxtra powi-r iifiucMiry to crnul or rnn-li tin- whole
cant-. Tlif 8111:1:11111:11 pprt-aiU the t-liiiilih-d cult- iiiiitoiinly mid t-vt'iily to
tho mill rollh, aud doi." away with the utti-rMty of fpHioliiiK I Iu- li.igaret' hy
liaud hftwiuii Hit- milU, wlu'ii" nuiindinn t- in dm- No criMlrr aiiioiint of
lioilor uapins.'iy ip K-iiiiiri'il to opciatr tin- miiikhuku than that winch wac
riillirit'tii fur tin- mil), for tin- ahovi- rcto-oiih Y (iirnli full working
iirawiuK lor tin- iiihtiiiiation o out muikiuii:ii- -i i.i t 1 1 1 i j hi roinictfnt t'ti-Hini't-r
lo hiicfihhfiilly inrtall ami ta.l ill. in
Iu ordiTiiiK Siiiii:iuii:uH fuun iih, pleaM M-ml in.ill -kiiili, ,-liuwiin: tli.
(Iiiiuioti'i and widili 01 tin- null ioll with wlia h miui.iuikii m to hi-t'oiiiit'tti'd,
aim thi hide (cithi'r right or Ii It ham! .o oii f.n 1 lln-drliw ry Mile of the
mill), upon whiih tin-mill t-iiKim i- lo.-atd, aUo tin- In iglit from llooi lint'
to runtttr uf front mill roll hliait, ami ili-t.im-i c uti-r lliir. i-li.ift to liout t-tui
of hod plate. Then- SlIltHlilH.lt an now lieiti); il-i-ii l the llilo Sll;;i(r Co.
and Hawi Mill, Kohala, when lhe an uiwiii; uu-at M.uii.f.ietioii.
I'rici'r ami furthei partieulu-i 111. i hi Iiml h applying to
WM. G. IRWIN & CO., L'd.,
ilr in nit i.r ihr llnuiiiiiiii liltmdt.
Itii-orK of the Voli-i'H ol a iiiiiulicr nt
Iik-iiI fiivurili'i will In- inki'ii 11 hI rt'im
ihiei'il liKfore tliu iiilillrnrr.
All tin- I..-1I1HI ht'li'i'lliins in lliiinl MiihIi
Ii) lSna unit lilliiiiiru'K I'eli'lir.ileil I taiul
lii'lll' tliu jttl'l ' Olllll- lillll MOItlllll-lltlll
hnil) will hi' ri'inltiri'il.
hl'Al.l-. Ul' l'UH'l
REAL ESTATE FOR SALE.
VAI.I'Alll.i: I'll.i l o-
( llilliroM-il I'roi.ert). Iiii-iited
Ih-ri'lit l'.irlMjf lln- 1 il) o
Honolulu, nil li.triMiii.
for full p.rti.-uliir- to
llltl'fi; A A. J 1
LOST OU STRAYED.
r!i,or "nz :".,." ,,,,,:!!!'r: m .. u , ,.! v,,,,,,,
IIoiihoii. Smith .N: Co.. AuiiIh fur lln i jy wi-hM "l ! rnt nt thf
Unwuiinu IhIiuhIh. i "utUHu Optr,
StIIMII.I. UKVN Alt I,
will In- I'.ii'l to tin t'.nn
tiivlllK lllfiiriiilllliill Ii- ni 1 liu- In
tin' lei-oVer) ol 11 I, r-i I on,
kullil (uvlli 01 .-itiin ulni'li
lli't Hell- i ri'i-erveil I 7.V., i'ihkI '-'lit i .iruMnl (rum ni .r, 11.1.0 on VoiuiM-lfi'i'i
(iinrevirvi-ni .. .tuinioiiiii ior iinu- i hi tlie lilulil n' Inoi mux ol l-elirillirv .till
t iteierveil brut on mle it I llolirnii,
Newiimn ,V 1:0. riiurmiiiy mnrnlin,
. M. Oil-1 All 1 1.
livery ,lttrlitin n.IOII l'IU.TIX(l
ioii1 nt thf liullttin Ojjiit,
- AT I UK KAMOl'S ril'OUK Oh
. F. E3I3:XjEK,S &c GO.
BOB A 511 FORT STR.BJBJT.
Canton Wash. Fiopios
A ImnilMiine I'oltoli Kiilirle New Hi) Its thin eeiixiii the elleet lire fucniiuile. ol I Iiiiik
KIILn to M-e tlieia IIH-Ulli to tliireelllte tlli'lil.
Hllk tllllHlijuntoat, rt'Ui l-reneli ili'Mwim are tin llnesl mill the untie of the m-icmn
Oashmere Sublimes SO Oeiata Yard
tine of the liumltinineit Wiult .Miiteriulf tin cniiii entirei) new anil
fur the price liu no eipinl
Wlaite Ija.vvii.s and Dii-nity I
111 Plnlli, btrlped mill Clieekeit In KK'.it variety.
RT BrwiHng Vuiu Ut Mu8aal ol MRS. REMNCR. JH