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National Cane Shredder
PATBNTBl UN1IIH THK LAWB
BB 111 H1PPBB I I SI B 'i d0 VfvX. I Vt dVIi.'f3 " Atf
WHE UNDERSIGNED HAVE BEEN APPOINTED 80LE AGENT8 FOR
these Sukkdubrs and arc now prepared to receive order.
The great Advantage to be derived irom the ubo of tbo National Oahi
Shkiodu are thoroughly established and acknowledged by Planter
The large namber ot Planters tiling them in the United State, Cuba,
Argentine RoDubtio. Peru. Australia and olsowhero. boar wltneai to the
The use of the Bhbbdukb very largoly augment the quantity of cane
the mill can grind (25 to 60), also the extraction of juice (5 to 12).
It is a great safeguard, making known at once the prcsonce of any
piece of iron, stakes from cars, or anything which would be liable to damage
tbe mill, and allowing ample timo to romovu same before damaging tho mill.
The feiiKKDUEB is very strongly mado, and from the manner ot its opera
Uon it cuts or tears these pieces of wood or iron without often breaking the
ciiuuwDBB ; and if anything breaks, it is simply some of tho knives or cutters,
which can be quickly and economically replaced. The Shrbddkb, as its
name indicates, tears the cane into shreds of varying lengths, perfectly open
Ing it and allowing tho mill to thoroughly press out the juices without re
quiring the immense extra power noccs-ary to grind or crush tho whole
cane. Tho Hhbiddeb spreads tho shredded caue uniformly and evenly to
the mill rolls, and does away with the necessity of spreading the bagasso by
hand betwoen the mills, where regrinding is in use. No greater amount of
boilsr capacity is required to operate tho Bhkkddek than that which was
suMolent for the mill, for the above reasons. Wo furnish full working
drawings for the installation of our Biiukddkks, enabling any competent en
glnoer to successfully Install and start them.
In ordering Biibkodkb-i from us, please send small sketch, showing the
diameter and width of the mill rolls with which Surkddeb Is to be connected,
leo the side (either right or left hand as you face the dolivery side of the
uill, upon which tho mill engine is located, also tho height from door lino
to center of front mill roll shaft, and dinUucu center this shaft to front end
of bed plate. These Bhbbdders are now being used by the Uilo Hugat (Jo.
tad Hawi Mill, JCohala, wht.ro they are giving great satisfaction.
(B Prices and further particulars may be had by applying to
WM. Q. IRWIN k CO., L'd.,
M-tr AU Ajenit for tht HwnUan Utandi
IMPORTEB AND DEM. EH IN
GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, FLOUR and FEED.
rrttli CalifonUa Roll Butter and Islnd Bitter
gr ALWAYS ON HAND O
lei Goods Becelied bj EieryStedin"eF(rom San Fnocbca
mtf All Orders tastUtally attend to, Batlsfactlcn giia-anu-wJ, (-UuO (nder
tuttest and packed with car.
LntcoLM Block, Rmo Snxrr, Bit. Post and Alakka Brum.
BOTH IELXPHONKH 20
LEWIS & CO..
Ill FOJIT STKKET.
Importers, Wholesale S Retail Grocers
Provision Dealers & Naval Supplies
Ereth Gooii by Erery CaliforaU Steamer.
ICE - HOUSE - GOODS - A - SPECIALTY.
lauAwns Obdum Souomo. M CbT SATwriorion Ooabantbbv.
TBLBfHONB t P. O BOX 148
H. E. McINTYRE & BRO.,
Groceries, - Provisions - and - Feed.
New Oood Rsealvad by Kvcry Packet from tbe Ka-Urn Htatoa ami Kurop
FKJG8H CALIFORNIA . PRODUCE BY EVERY 8TEAMKR
alt Orders faithfully attended to and Good Hallvsrsd to en
Fart of lbs Oily KBKK,
Ukaao (hnn Souoitbd 6tjsac-tios Ooaaaarnuru
ABT OORNRK rKT NP KINO HTKKKTB,
W. W. AHANA
133 XTx'xkAU txt.
Eillisli, Scotch and American Goods.
Otylo and Fit fluarantotxl.
Oleaubig & Repairiug
litul Me, 668. P. 0. Box HI.
FOR SALS I
Delivered Twice Daily
TO ANY PAP.T OF TiTK CITY.
Batisl 507-TEIXPHOrCES- BsU 460
U0-lru y. 18KNUKUO, l'rop.
HO TKN KBR & CO.,
41 Nnaana Btrost
TitBWithtv Flublio, Etc.
OHOOKLK&Y sod 0LABHWABK.
OP TUB HAWAII (IN IBlJIND
V (I. BOX 171
P O. BOX V,
Rigger k Stevedore,
C&TIMATK8 AND 00NTKA0T8 ON
ALL KINDS OK WORK.
Thu Stmr "WAIMANALO"
Will run ffularly between tbls port and
Walslua, Kawalbapal, Mokulola, Keawe
mil aud Puulkl on the Inland ot Oaba.
Kor Frelgbt, etc., apply to tbe Captain.
Inanlre at office of J. 8. Walker
over HpreckelH' Dank, Kurt street. 037-tf
A. F. Medeiros 8c Co.
Umcl Bt., andrr Arllnxtiin HutoL
Latest Patterns in Suitings
Uvcetved by Erery Bteatnei
PERFECT FIT OR NO BALE
OEYLON TEA AND TKWBSJCg,
IOKO TO INFORM THK fDllLIU
that I liave openinl my Btore at No. 4M
Nanann street wiih Ceylon Manufactured
Jewelry set with liable, Bspphires, F-earls,
eta. Jurt renetved some Pure Ueylou Tea
try It. aim Indian Uahana and Dsneon
Clears. An Inspection of my Hne.V is noil,
cilel. W. J. BADltlH,
No. 4S Niiiianu atreut
pitOKRBSOU I1UADLKY (IIVKH l.KH
L on In MnuiiiKi I'iano, Viullti slid
'i.'ullo. TrnuN, $J on houri fl, half hour.
IlavliiK had VM yearn1 exirrli urn aa Or
Kititia and Choir Trainer, lit Uopentoun
'll.'ut!enirnt III thotu raptvltloi. Ilcbt of
temliiiiiiiinli. 01 Umiiia ttrutt. Mutual
Tvlapuoutf iV). U1&-UW
Golden Rule Bazaar.
W. F. Reynolds. : Prop.
THE FOBEIGN DEPABTMEIIT
Free -:- Kindergartens
0a Moilay, Septoabar 10th
At 0 o'clock a.m., at Kmiua IUII, corner
(if Minimi and Hcrt'tnnla atrcctv.
Mia Hannnh K. ftistii.ati. a principal of
aereral jfft'n' expuilenvn In tbe tinlden
Ustn Kr?KlDdcriartenN of Ban KmncU-o
will havrt Miix-rvl-lon of the ork hero.
KludrrKaiien huumt from Utu 12. Till
A tralnlnp clans for Kliidrrftarleners,
with three afinrnonii railotia each wtt'k,
Mill lo oranlied liy Mini K-linon. on
Tttriday, Btptmber l'th. at'i o'clock, In
lh cUirvXim. st hnuua Italt.
Tuition for tinlniui: daunt llUiMr mouth.
AppllcatJona for adiulrtlon to tho K inlir
Kartell or trnlnliiK rlas limy ho made to
tn principal, MUs hmttuaii, or to Mm,
Harrut Co-tie Colrmnn, Financial 6crt
ary Honolulu Frco Klmlergartunn.
Omar Botal 1 Rnui SB.
Famllj Wines and Brandies
OS Years Old.
E3. 1ST. RBQUA,
1038 MANAOKH. Cm
WIELAND - EXTRA - PALE
Lager Beer !
2 SCHOONERS FOR 25 GENTS
ia. "H.. JDiam
6. 1. BHAW, Proprietor.
and Fine Beer
UKLL TKLKPJIUNE 401.
Cor. King anil Nuunnit Htrcet, Iionolu'u
Corner King A Nnaana Bta.
Bow. WoLTSk, i t t ManaRtir.
Fineit of Wines k Liquors
Billiard & Reading Room
rasa to rATaosa.
-kC-crsrcrjLXi rsx.-s-Fsxoxrx: a 7 a.
AT THE ANCHOR
Oyster Cocktails I
iauer Brunnon I
Vrndoricksburg Boor I
Straight and Mixed Dtiaki
Of All Kludi Slid lleil Quality.
iMlkwMt Qmir IU Kaaua It.
Wisa and Otherwise.
Judgo Nauinr 'Smltli." "Occu
pation?" 'Locksmith." "Ollieor,
A Stiminor Rport. Idler "Whoro
are jou going this sutnmort" Mor
chaut ''Qoiug lo porspiro. Do you
want to go 'long?"
Ho "I'd just as liof bo hung for a
shot'p as n lamb " She '"You'll bo
hung for neither; you'll bo hung
for a calf or nothing."
ninilii((or "ITnw old Arn vntl.
my llttlo girl?" Littlo Girl 'If tho
company doesn't object I'd prefer lo
pay full faro and keep my own statis
tics." Judgo Gruffey "What passed bo-two-ju
Yourself and thn complain
ant?" O'Brien "1 think, sor, a half
dozon bricks aud a pioco of paviu'
Head of tho Firm (soreroly) "You
say you woro up nearly all night.
Havo you any reason for it?" Clork
(wearily) "Yes, sir two of thorn."
"Two! What aro thoy?" "Twins."
Miss Arabolla "Don't you think
I look droadfully palo, doctor?"
Doctor "Yes, indeed you do. mado
moisello." "Then what do you
adviso mo to do?" "Wiuo somo of
tho powder off your faco."
Professor (to class lu political
economy) "What is tho hardest lax
to raise? ' Student (whoso mother
is houso-cleaning) "Carpet tacks."
Motto for tho warm weather.
Whoro indolonco is bliss 'tis folly to
Gratoful Customer "I'm glad to
loo you keep your hands as well as
your razor scrupulously neat aud
clean. Tonsnrial Artist "Yes, sir.
Wo'ro obliged to. A barber can
nover tell whou bo's in danger of
catching tho measles or sotuclhiug
of that kind from a customer. Sham
A Honeymoon Episodo "Theso
biscuits aro not like mother's." ho
said, as they sat at tho broakfnst
tablo. Her lip quivered, aud she
was on tho point of bursting into
tears. "No," ho continued, "they
aro a great deal better." Then she
roso aud fell upon his neck aud
'Twas tho Throb of Machinery.
"Harold," sho tnurmuri-d, as her
head pressed against his stalwart
bosom. "Harold, do I not hear tho
boating of your fond heart?" "Not
exactly," said Harold, blusing slight
ly. "I didn't mean to tell you, but
you see I'm temporarily nlligd to
carry ouo ot IhosO fifteen dhilliug
Tho color-sorgeanl was calling tho
roll of tho company on commanding
olllcer's parado whon it was noticed
that Private Hickory did not answer
to his natno. '"Hicltery?" shouted
tho noiM'ommissionod olllcer three
times, without receiving n reply.
"Why do you not answer to 3 our
name, Hlckery?" inquired tho cap
lain. "Shure, sor, mo mid tho ser
geant's not on simaktu' tortus," was
A Tory (.'banning nnil witty widow
residing in Washington gttvo iter
suvHrnl yuars ago, aud tlio clillil im
ini'diutcly bocattio iutuiiMly intoro-t-od
in tho romantic Marios of tho
gods aud goddossos. Long after sho
had exhausted tint pritnor situ was
ct'itsnluss in lixr tlutnmids to liavo
hor appotilo for iiiuidouts which
happoitod in thu IClyhiuni fiilds nud
thuruabouts satiKliud. Ouo day hur
tuotlior thought it would li a good
idea to take hur huart's dolight orr
to tho Corcoran L-allurr and show
hor tho statuarv and casta aud othor
works which have tho heroes ot
mythology for tlmir subjects. Whilo
pursuing this pleasant purpose, tho
pair camo upon tho Torso reclining
loglvss aud armlo upon its ninssivo
pudcstal. Tho uiothur was stumped
to explain to hur daughter what tho
scarred and brokou mata of plaster
signiu'ed othor than being tho ilia
tneuibored romuius of a grand human
figure Tho littlo ouo, however,
quiukly helped hur parent out of hur
predicament. There was a largo
Elarard on tbe base of tho pudustol
eariug tho forb:dduu word, "Hands
Off." Tho littlo miss looked at what
sho doomed was tho titloof thu work
with an expression of scorn, and tho
samo snutimout was indicated in her
luflection whon sho spoke. ''Ilauds
off," sho remarked with a sniff of
superior wisdom, "ilauds off. 1
should eay thoy was aud tho footB
Morning and Evonlng Star.
Men, women mid children will en
joy thu Morning ami Kvuniug Slur
drinks. For their plcu.uit lUvor nud
toothing effect genciiilly, the l.uliuH,
tvhou delicutc tyrttcinn iciptire u
huverugu that will nut gently 11 nil ho
entirely f.ifu under all conditions, aru
cntlmci.ictic in their pmi-e of Morn
ing ami Kvcniug Htnr, and the men
prefer them to nil other drinktt be
catitsu they are iiioiebeiicllci.il in their
ellcctd. They do not interfere with
luiHiioMi or pleiiHitro and are entirely
free from nil iiijuiiotis or ilisigiceuhle
stibrlnucef. When the IiIomI i im
pure or the stomach weak, the Kveu
mg Htnr can lu drank to mlv. ullage,
nud inviiliilti will liml relief from it.
In tho production of these diinkn iliu
lliiwaiinii Ihlundb have been enriched
with Hie only perfect gentle Iicvoiiikc-i
known. Tim piicu per do.eu U Mc,
delivered to nil purls of thu city fice
Mul. Tel. JIM. li.tlioUtiect.
Tho public band, under tho leader
ship of i'rof. liorgor, will give a con
cert this evening at 7:!U) o'clock, at
tho Hawaiian Hotel. Following is
Ovrrtiiro-Mnrii, Noon Hnd Nliflit Hnpiiu
I oiiiHriulu Ht-n KhiAcr Itiil'llikuii
Iiilurinczzu -CaYiilctU Itiitllcaim
ItoriilitUt't'iii'i'M of nil Nulhiiu .ilodfroy
hurt nmlii -.MiimiiiiIIii Mloirl
IMkn-Niiiiuiui Vullcy Hircr
Wslu-UvurtlmWiivi-a , . . .Itomj
Hotel Street (Arlington Block)
Jnxt ltprelved another Invoice ot
Japanese Fancy Goods
Plstn and Klgurcd Bilk and Crape.
HORNING GOWNS 5&rl
Plstn Bilk and Embroidered.
Silk and Cotton Kimonos
Bilk Fans, Cushions,
Knibrol'lereil Bilk Tvn Coalen
Tabic Covers, Hod Covers,
Bilk Bashes, Neckwear.
Beautiful China Ware I
Balad OowIh, Don-bon Ulshes,
Plates, Etc., Etc., Kto.
Silk and Cotton Palamas.
tlaRg, Elegant Lamp Bhsdev,
DsuiIkk) Canes, Lunch Uaaketa,
Uatnboo Vallaea, Japanese Trays.
Etc., Etc., Etc., Kto.
Mrs. J. P. P. Gollaco, Proprietress,
X ITOriAJM. ,i
- Kll-.l. LINK OK -
Silk aod Cotton Dress Goods,
Kir., Kto.. Kto.
Sill, Liuco aud Crape Shirts
-OK COMl'liKTK BTOUK -
Made by Yamatoya ol Yokohama.
aB When yon are In need ot any lltir
of Jnt-nnme (livwln, glyr us tlmt rail anil
kith KlnR all around town.
SOa "Tort Ot, naax Cxotcra ZXou.ti
"Stock Chief," 13,444.
Height, 10.2. Weight, 1,300.
Ptock Chief, 11 HI: hv Btooklntr Chief,
JUVt; hv Clark Chief, K); by Maiiilirlnu
Chief. 11; by Jlan.lirlim l'nynmitfr hv
Muinblno by IniorleU Jlcs-enior; Btok
Chlvl'ttitamii Dill hv Antar l!.'-U; hv AN
mont 3J; hy Aluxamlers Ah la lull, 13; by
llniiiblvtoiiUn, IU; hy AbJ.llnh, 1; ly
Minili'liiobv liiiiorUil MesuPiiKor. "J.'ku
JJecats Like." llrcoJ to tho bent.
Terms Cash. Fee $25.00.
tav. 1'iirllio Infeniiatlon can ho ob
A. It. ItOWAT, I). V. R.,
mtntf-iatf n KIiik Street.
Corner Nouano A Hotel Streets.
Nov Goods! New Goods!
KK(JKIVEI) BY EVKHYBTKAMK1L
Silk Dress Goods,
- ALL CUI.OKB-
.lAI'ANKSE SILK CRAPE,
('lam and Proration ;
JAPANKBK COTTON UltAl'B
Silk Shirts and Night Shirts,
rillk lilmiteu. Billr Necktie-,
Haitdkerchtelb, Bliawls, Bu-lies.
Hosiery and CheiuUrH,
JatiaiiHHO Traya, HkiiiIioo Brrrena.
Tea Haiti, Klower Pot, KUi., Klc.
Prices Cheapor thau Ever I
For Sale I
liked but littlo. An miod a now. Biilit on
account ol ownur IuhvIiik Hih romitry.
ttaV- Call or aiblrusi
1101 U 107 Kin,, Ktreet.
Th Daily JlulUiin, 60 muU ptr month
r f-j-jw: v "y
8avo Half tho Amount of Tour Oil
Bill Through Saving in Figment.
Every painter should use Lucoi, in
stead of Linseed Oil, bccrtiiso:
t. I.ccoi. Is more durable than Linseed
2. I.rcot, Is moro tennomfcnl than I.ln
PltOOF THAT LUCOL IS MOKE
Six yenrs of nclunl u?o in exterior
houco painting in California (tho
most trying climate for paints), in
tho burning heat of lli? Arizona Des
ert, thu Arctic cold of Alaska, and on
tlio Atlantic coast, liavo fully aim
practically shown thai Lucoi. nlwuys
outwears Linseed Oil under tho samo
conditions. All tho acid works in
San Francisco havo discarded Lin
seed Oil for Lucot..
ILLUSTRATE THIS YOURSELF.
Tut strong mnmnnia on Linseed and
Lttcol paints. Tlio Llur-ccd paints
aru destroyed in a few minutes; the
Lttcol paints are practically unaffect
ed. rROOF THAT LUCOL IS MORE
Break up 1 lbs. patto white lead
in ouu pint of Lt'coi,, and the same
quantity in one pint of Linseed Oil.
Spread tho paints on similar dark
surfaces for comparison. Tho Lucol
paint spreads as far ns and covers
much better than tho Linseed paint.
To got equally good covering with tho
Litivccd p.tiul you havo to use 2J lbs.
of white lead to one pint of Linseed
Oil. Tliis means a saving of f lb. of
paste lend to each pint of Lrcot. used,
or 0 lb-, to every gallon, equivalent
to your saving more than half the
lircl cost of tho Lvcol.
Lucot. is not in competition with
cheap Linseed Oil substitutes.
Agents for ttie Hawaiian Islands
L. B. KERR'S
I HAVK JUST KKCF.IVKI) A
LAIIUK ASSU11TMKNTOP . .
and Latest Styles.
Tiir.si: goods will hb 60i.n in
ANY QUANTITY 1'ltOM A
100 Yards Down to Enough
to Make a Single Suit I
- AND AT -
Hard Times Prices!
L. 13. KERR, - Impohtku,
Are Never Ashamed of their
Mounts. Other Riders
OKen Are I
00 1 O I liQ Is " I'rotiy Unlit wheel
oa Ira JUUo. for nuii vmrk Un t ItV
'llmt'a tho wrluht ot the iiiaclilnu thai
11 K. Walkor ii.U-s.
The "CLEVELAND" IS A GREAT SUCCESS
H. E. WALKER.
A Kent Honolulu H. I,
Cutnmlni Blocs, Marebini 31
Ring Up Botb Telephones 122
Htanrt at ilolliiur'a hli1n" Bhnp.
Unn rt nrr Kort.
DlklieNHiul (lliitmnnro Wmitedl
CliKik-, Wnhihi'H ami Jewelry Wanltoll
Old Unlii nnil riilver Wantmtl
r niabr.i rtic.i Ptui jh
Hi. Kiiic Utreot, Ooruur of Alakoa.
Oa.hu Knilwuy I Laod Co.
OKKKIU4 THK PUBLIC
Another Great Opportonitj
To B.etir Horn la Ob ot th Host
Delightful LoeaUltlaa to bo
Vound In tbo Pomdla
of thu Pactflo.
A healthy rort rarl Otty bm
already rsUhllahed an onTlablo rtpaUUoa.
Many good cltltent In thla oonirunntty
hftTO experienced the wonderful effect pro
duced by a few daya aojoarn In that dry,
rool atmosphere, and glre Rratetul Uatl
mony to the relief 'they bare almoat In
tantly Rained from aerere and long con
tinued attack! of aithma. Phyalclaaa
acquainted with the climate of Fearl City
recomninnd it ai a natural aanltariom.
THE WATER SUPPLY
IS AMPLE 1
Andean be tucroaaed lo ioet the uaoda of
population equal to the largeet city Is
Pnor. A. U. Ltoi-b of Oahu College It
onr authority for atatlug that th water
atipply la the pnreit yet diacoTerad In thla
Spoclal Inducements (o M StUtafs:
Kor ninety daya from date we will aell
IA)TB ON 81'EOIAL TKKMB farorabl to
bona-llile aettlera. For a term of throe
months from date, lumber and all build
Ing materlata will be tupplled, and dellrer
ed at l'earl City at much lower prloa than
etcr before obtained.
For further parllculara, call at thla ofllw
or on any of the lumber dealers In this
city. Those who now own lota aa wall aa
thote who propose to become residents of
that growing city, will do well to embrace
this opportunity. Those who ayall them
seWes of this offer, within the time named,
will be entitled to, ahd wlU reoslTS tbe
following benefits i
For term of ten years, this Company
will carry such residents and their famlllee
from Fearl City to Honolulu In the morn
ing arrlTing a little before seren o'clock),
and from Honolulu to Fearl City In the
erenlng leaving Honolulu station a little
after tire o'clock, for ten cent each way,
a rate leas than one cent per mile. The
rates on all other passenger trains running
during tbe day or night will be )i cents
per mile first class, and 1 cent per mil
A good school Is about to be opened In
tbe 1'enlnsula, in the fine, large, new
Bchool-bouse erected by Mr. J, T. Water
huube. Residents living at Pearl City
heights, above Pearl City station and
thos.6 having homes on the Penlusula, will
be allowed to ride free on regular trains
between Pearl City stations to and from
Those who want to continue to send their
children to schools In Honolulu, can have
trunortatlon on all regular tralna to and
from Pearl City, for the purpose of attend
ing school, at live cents each way for each
pupil. This Is equal to 24 to 20 miles ride
fur ten cents.
Equal inducements for those desiring to
hecure homes in this country have never
before been otlered to the public
This Company has been requested from
abroad to name the price of all their un
sold laud in that locality.
Should a clearance sale be made to a
syndicate, no oportuulty like the present
would again occur for the purchase of
homes at Pearl City.
"A Word to the Wist U
OAHU KA1LWAY & LAND G&
li. K DILLINGHAM,