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National Cane Shredder
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'FHK UNUEU81QNED UAVE BEKtt AFI'UINTED BOLE AGENT! FOB
those Shrkddkbs aud are now prepared to receive orders.
The great advantages to be derived (rotu the mo of the National (Ukk
ritiKBDDJtv are thorouglily established aud acknowledged by Planter
The Urge number of Planters usiug theiu lu the United States, Cuba,
Argentine Republic, Peru, Australia and elsewhere, bear witness to the
The use of the tiiiHiDUKk very laritoly augments the quantity ol caw
the mill can grind (26 to MU), also the extraction of juice (6 to 12).
It is a groat safeguard, making known at once the presence of any
pteooa of iron, stakes faun cars, or anything which would be liable to damage
k mill, and allowing ample time to remove same before damaging the mill.
The tiuaieUDKft is very strongly tnado, aud from the mauner of its opera
Uon it cuts or tears theso piecoa of wood or iron without often breaking the
HU&bddbh; and if anything breaks, it is simply somoof the kulvcs or cutters,
which can be quickly aud economically replaced. The HllRKDDEU, m its
name indicates, tears liio caue into ehmlu of varying lengths, perfectly open
ing it and allowing the mill to thoroughly press out the juices without re
quiring the immense extra power Decennary to grind or crush the whole
cane. The Smbbduku spreads the shredded cane uniformly and evenly to
the mill rolls, and does away with tho necessity of spreading the bagasse by
hand between the mills, whore regritidiug is in use. No greater amount of
boiler capacity is required to operate the Shbkdubh than that which was
sufficient for tho mill, for the above reasons. We furnish full working
drawings for the installation of our Siibkddbju, enabling any competent en
gineer to successfully install aud start them.
In ordering Bhbeddkr from us, plcaso send small sketch, showing thr
diameter and width of the mill rolls with which rJUKKnuxa is to be connected,
also the side (either right or left haud as you face the delivery side of tht
mill;, upon which tho mill engine is located, also the height from door line
to center of front mill roll shaft, and distance center this shaft to front end
of bed plate. These Bhbkudkur are now being used by tho Hilo Bugai Co
aud Haw) Mill, Kohala, where thoy are giving great satisfaction.
fgtT Prices and further particulars may bo had by applying to
WM. G. IRWIN Ac CO., LU.
Wj ii SnU Agtntt for Ik HavnUa ItUmdt
Holili'ii Rule Bazaar.
W. r. Reynold. : Prop.
BKIQNS AGAINST HER Willi,
KwoDgSingLoyl SING LOY,
01 Ilif St.. "Tfitau Block.'
Mnmil Telt. 3ft
M-Ot Ctlg SI., mr Bisuli Ii
P. 0. Bos 101.
P. 0. Box 207. i Hattul Tele. 68tV
Just Received Hen's and Boy's Snits !
Colored TwcciIh 7 50
D'mgonnlH 7 50
Eiiglitfh Sorgo 0 00
Boy Suite (olcgam ) 6 00
Chinese, . I uputittBf and Indiau Goods!
ra-A G'omjilotc TAJLOKING ESTABLISHMENT
with Competent Cutters und u complete line of hJuprlinh nnd
Araerieun Suiting. Perfect fit guaranteed.
A FINE LIME OF GENTS' HATS!
Wicker Ware in Great Variety.
51-53 King Street & 407 King Street.
411 NUUANU STtiKKl.
Impoilcr wH Dealer id Eonpn Dry and Ficy Goods
Ladle' Ware of every detcrlptlon. AUu, Irekh line of Chinese Good.
Pongee & "Wliite Sills. Pajamas
No. 1 White and Colored Mattings 1
Bebt Black and Green OhiiiuHe Tea. Crepe Shawls, Etc.
tm Fit Guaranteed. Price Moderate. -Kl
ur 2yrtiaJL Telephone B4S nrt
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IMPORT Kit AND DKALKR IN
GB0CEMES, PROVISIONS, FLOUR and rEEO.
Fresh California Roll Butter and Island Batter
0KT ALWAYS ON HAND j
Goods Buolisd bj Every Steamer from San nuascu
I Maud IJfd.r.
All Urder. faithfully attend to. HatUlsclion Kiutnuitnort
oliuitMl and packed with care.
Lincoln Blocx, Kino Htrkct, But. Foht kp Auabb Strm.
-. &.,-. ?-&-. &- -A-y
'i li thn Ulk of all wbwlmrn.
(9 LBS. IS HEAVY ENOUGH.
H. E WALKER
AKnt, Honolulu, H. I.
Cirasiii anet, linliuiSt
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Half English Oirl is Forcfld to
Over Tropical Ialand.
San Francisco, Cal., Sept. 18.
Tho bnrk Helen N. A liny, just re
turned from I railing vojngo nmnng
the islnnds of the South Pacific,
bring" the story of .1 tropical prin
cess, half English and half native,
who rules over tho Manila groups
atrainst hor wislio?. thouch lnr buIj-
jucts worship her iiimth after Ihn
fashion that the Coreans worship
their king, or as the Poruvians hum
bled themselves before the virgins
of the sun.
History renents itself in the bio
graphy of Margaret Youug, the
English naino of the prisoner prin
cess, for the story of r rancis Young,
a sailor who lauded at tho islo of
Tail nearly 100 years ago, is recalled.
This man uiarriod a Tau native
woman, who was queen of the group.
His son by her wedded a half-breed
maiden. Margaret Young is the
daughter of that son.
Through the death of all the heirs
apparent to the tbrones of the .Ma
uuas Miss Young fouud horself call
ed upon to assume tho power of
mistross of the islands. This news
was conveyed to her at Apia some
months ago by a delegation of chiefs
from Mauua, aud she was forced by
tho laws of horodity obtaining iu
ths southern archipelago to accom
pany them back to Tau, whuro she
was immediately installed ai queen.
Qreat interest is lent to the caso
of tho girl, who is but 22 years of
age, by the report that she is highly
educated and was at the timo of her
suddea rail from Apia happily pur
suing the course of her studies at a
Capt. Luttrel of tho A I my and his
wife, who accompanied him on his
last trip, were tho first white people
permitted to interview the queen,
and obtained from hT majesty tho
story tbat ner Hie was one ot misery
in spite of the professional respect
shown her by her native subjects.
Sho is a ruler that is compelled to
maintain an odious roserve, tho
sanctity of hor dwelling being rigid
ly presorted by iiorco warriors, who
stand ready to decapitato tho bold
Intruder who dares to enter tho
queen's sacred presence without first
being especially appointed liy tho
spirit fires aud summoned by a coun
cil of chiefs.
"Tho grand chief of the group is
the only man that is allowed to ap
proach the queen," explained Capl.
Luttrol. "Ho attends to her wauls,
assisted by two maids, who never
Icavo hor side, except when called
upon to do her bidding.
"Should auy native deiire to pay
tribute to hor in tho shape of fish or
fowl, he must fasteti his gift upon
the end of a bamboo pole, advauco
with closed eyes, aud thrust the stick
through tho doorway of the palace.
"Queen Margaret, as wo will term
her, is not allowed to walk outsido
hor cabin's limits. She must bo car
ried on a litter by her maids, and
wiien sue ventures forth upon such
a journey subjects are ordered, un
der pain of death, to keep hidden in
their prospective domiciles"
Tho captive queen explained to
Luttrel that she desired to bo freed,
but had never dared to say so to
those who hld her prisoner. She
explained that her Mibjeets were
kind hearted and iuniit to cause her
no unhappiness, but that thoy reli
giously followed the customs of
their ancestors iu autiug at they do
L. B. KERR'S
Ca'CQ'etloos Letd to Correct Results.
Where people make n mUtnke it in tuppot
(ng that good picture art ntrrtiartty eipen
lire. We are telling pkturu every day, ft to grace
any home, the pricti of which would attonith
thote not acquainted teith the fact.
It it not neceitary to get afirtt proof etching
or engraring in order to hare a work of art.
The method of reproduction now fit rogue,
tnakei it potiibltfvr people of moderate meant
a u ell at their wealthier neighbor, to gratify
their tnttefor the beautiful.
Great range for tht dltptny oftattt, in the
telectlon ofmbjectt, it afforded by our keeping
picture in thett form and mouldingi from
which to telect the frame.
One need never be at a tou to know what to
gli at a praent, ai any time or for any pur
port, for there it nothing better than a picture.
nr And KINO DUOS, it the place to get
"Stock Chief," 13,444.
Bright, 16.1. WsJf.it, 1,300.
1 HAVR JUBT HKCJKtVKt)
LAROK ABSOKTMKNT OK .
aud Latest StyleB.
THK8K QOOD8 WILL BE BOLD
ANY QUANTITY FROM A
100 Tarda Down to Enough
to Make a Single Salt!
- AND AT -
Ramar Botl h HUftiSO Itrwrta
Family Wines md Brandies
&& Years Old
St. N. RBJQU-A.,
IU3U MANAUKit. (Hni
Hard Times Prices!
L. B. KERR, - iMPoitTMt.
HtOOk Chlrf. 1.1441! bV I
'.WO; br Clark Chief, 80; by Mambrlno
rii'ur, ill by man iirino raynmitrr or
Miimlclnoby Imported Mrsrrmor; 8 lock
Uhivl'sitom U D.ill br Antnr, 4US0; br AI
iiinnt XV, by Aloxamlera AUtallab, lij by
llaiiililctonl'in, 10; by AbJllah, 1; by
Mmiibilnobv liiinorUu Miei)Rsr. "Like
Uvgeli Like." Urwd to tb beat.
Terms Cask. Fee 125.00.
aw. Further Information can ba ob
A. IU KOW AT. D. V. B.,
tet't If. XI tr 3V. King HireeU
Estate of F. 8. Pratt, Daceasei
Notice of Sale of Real Estate.
PTJItBUANT TO AN OHDKR OF THR
Honorable Henry K. Uoopcr. Becond
Judge of the Clrrult Court ot the Flrat Cir
cuit, Hepubllo of Hawaii, In the matter et
the filiate of F. B. 1'ratt, deceased, iiisda
nd entered on tho 0th day of Beptembvr,
1H, the undersigned, a Coratnlisloner np
poliited for that purpoio by said order of
raid Circuit Judge, will Hell at public auc
tion, to the hlgheit bidder, certain real
estate of the ald K. B. Pratt dcceaicd,
df soribed an follows!
The nremlaes at Walklkl, Honolulu,
Oahu, deicribNl In the following deelt. re
corded In the Hawaiian Ueglntry of Con
veyance!, vis l Deed from K. 11. Allen to
V B. l'mtt daird June A, 1873, recorded In
Hook HI, pages 2U and 2131 Deed from 11.
Oilei to F. B. l'mtt dated March SO, IH73,
rvcorlcd In Ilook 61, pagot'Jill and 'M.
Tho Halo will take Miice at the front door
of the Judiciary ItnlMlng, In Honolulu, at
noon on TU Kb DAY theOth day of "rto
l)cr, IW)I. Upset price, SI5.0U0. Torim
Caab, In U. 8. koIiI coin. Hole subject to
continuation by the aald Circuit Court.
Deeds at cxpum of purohier.
I'MIIFK; 'I'RANSFBR CO.,
87 XClng Stiaet.
Bare Half the Amount of Tour Oil
Bill Through Savlnic in 1'igment.
Every painter should itso LuaoL in
stead of Llnsocd Oil, because:
1. Lccol Is more durable than Unseed
U. I.vcoL is more economical than Un
PROOF THAT LUCOL 18 MORE
Hx years of actual uo in exterior
houco painting in Culifurula (tho
most tryiiiK climato for paints), in
the burning lieul. of the Arizona Des
ert, the Arctic cold ot Alaska, and on
tho Atlantic coast, lmvo fully Hiid
practically ehown that Liicol always
outwears Llnnecd Oil under the samo
conditions. All the acid works in
Ban FrAiicisco have discarded Lin
seed Oil for Lttcoi..
IliLUdTRATE THIS YOURSELF.
t'ut strutiK ammonia on Llntced and
Lucid paiulK. The Linncud paints
aro duKlroyctl lu a few minutes; tho
Lucol paints are practically unaffect
ed. PROOF THAT LUCOL IS MORE
Brciik up If lbs. panto white load
in one pint of Lt'coi., and tho same
quantity In one pint of Linseed Oil.
Hprcnd tho paints on similar dark
Hiirfaces for coinpaiifon. Tho Lucol
paiul spreads aa far as and covers
much better than tho Lineed p.dnt.
To get equally good covering with the
Linseed paint you have to use 2 lbs.
of white lead (o one pint of T.lncml
Oil. This means a Having of 3 lb. of
paste lead to each pint of Lucou used,
or 0 Ibi. to every gallon, equivalent
to your saving more than half the
tlrsl coit ol tho Lucol.
Lucol is not in competition with
cheap Liusred Oil stibsli lutes.
For further Information cniiulre of tho
undonlgncd at the Judiciary llulldlug In
Dated Honolulu, flcpt. 13. 1PM
rrH TK MCI' HONKS MO
f u rUIX wl
Iiifita, Wholesale d Retail (1
Profision Dealers k Natal Supplies
Frets Goods iy 8wn Calitoraia IteaatMr.
ICE - HOUSE - GOODS - A - SPECIALTY
ISLAHOB OBOBUI SOLIOITXD. ff gW SATUUrAOTION QuaaAMTBKH
II. K. MoINTYRK & KKO.,
f . 1U)X lift
mrOBTssa amd nsawsar m
Groceries, - Provisions and - feed.
New Uuo.lt llnwlved by Kvery Packet fioin tba Kliii hutoa ana Kuni
rKKHH . OAUKOKNIA . I'UODUOE . 1JY KVKUV rJTKAMRR
all Oelaia raltiiully aiiondud to and flood DiivnM to an?
W1ELAND EXTRA - PALE
Lager Beer !
2 SCHOONERS FOR 25 CENTS
B. I. BHAW, loprletor.
and Fine Beer
BELL TELEPHONE 401.
Cor. King and Nuuanu Street, Honolu'a.
The Doatruction of a Dareliet.
Captaiu J. U. Uartlott, comtuaml
ing tho United States steniuer At
lanta, reports to I ho United States
Hydrograpbic Olllco that ho ha ae
complished with hia vessel what the
commander of the cruiser Sau Fran
cisco did with his lau sprin;. The
Atlauta Kallanlly rammed the de
relict Golden Utile, a capsized Brit
ish schooner, and ul it tn two as if
tho work had becu done wit ha great
knife. The wreck uni drifting with
in 100 yards of the Atlanta's course,
with tho forward part of her keel at
the water's edge and its rudder about
10 feet out of water. An 8-inch shell
was placed in one of tho forward
guns aud fired at a distance of C00
yards. Niue 0 inch shells from the
port side battery were then discharg
ed without siukiui; tho derelict,
though it was struck four times. Af
ter expending twenty 0 pounder and
six .'I pounder shells preparations
were made to ram the wreck. Rie-
uuls were given for tho Atlauta to
steam ahead at an oi;lit-luiot speed,
tho engines being stopped just as
tho collision was about to occur.
The blow was hardly felt, but tho de
relict was lifted out of the water and
a great seam crushed iu her side.
The ram turned the wreckage com-
Elotely over and a cargo of empty
arrets floated to tho surface. It
was theso that had kept hor afloat.
Just so soon as the Atlanta was
backed away tha mangled schooner
sank out of sight, lu aeveu years'
time, according to the hydrographio
report, forty-five collisions havn been
caused by derelicts, causing the Iocs
of nine vessels and considerably
damaging seventeen others. Tho
position of the derolict rammed by
the Atlanta was off the new South
Shoal lightship on the Atlantic
Coast. S. F. Call.
Cat Rates in Baggage 1
IIskk"KS Checked from Hotel and Kelt
Trunk delivered lo all part of the city
or on board kteamen for
25 CENTS EACH.
All other freight In accordance,
lie pure and ring ua up.
Boll ?03 -TELEPHONE -Hut. 682
W. W. AHANA.
117 I I
Agents for the BmiiHD Islands
BIS arviuavnM Stmt
Krlisu, Scoixb ud American Goods.
rityle and ITit OuaraiUMd.
Cleaning & Rupsiiritig:
lototl Telt. 868. P. 0. Boi 144.
Excursion to Waikiki
5 OB51STTS I
I T r i . rvi
. - .
KIII.L LINK Of
to let wiin or l'biui
b.iaril, on l'ulacv 8i tare.
Mutual ro'ephou !
AT THE ANCHOR
Oyster Oocktalla I
auer Brunnen I
Fredericksburg Beer I
Straight and Mixed Drinks
Of All Kinds and Beit Quality,
MtfcWMt Oaniwr BJaf k Maaaaa Sta
'pWO KOOM COTTAOK
L at C'uuhi's NuiBfrv,
l'.inobbow1 Mreet, with
Kitchen, DlnlnK-room and
rtathroom. ient $10 per nionlb
A 6-UOOM OOTTAOK ON
xx xoanic street, ui-ar
LKWIB J. LKVK)
Itooiu for lu(lKen
tlemau altnated on liere
tanla atreet, IS mluatea'
walk from Pout OlUce. Addreaa
tfaaal a-lP I?
Notice to the Public !
OMITII WILL WIN
kJ curslon to Walklkl.
A rilKAl KX
A IIiih will leave
from the Old Ohluee Theatre. Klinmtn-et.
at Kvery Half Hour aud Kvrry Hour
(daily) to the Streetcar Teriulnna, Wal
Japanese v Goods!
Slit nod Coilon Htm Goods,
SUk, Lined aiiil Crape Shirts
OK t'OMI'I.KTK MT(M'K
Uadr by Yamauiya of Ynkiihain
tm When ynu are In need of auy Hue
ul JaMiteae Uoodk, give u tWit null inl
nave viiIiir all arouud town
WM. DA VIES,
Rigger It Stevedore,
KHT1MATKB AND OONTKAOTB Oh
ALL KIN 1)8 OK WORK
Dr. L1EBIG k CO.
Special Ihctort for Chronic,
OnUi faltiixully aiiondud to snd flood
fan of tb "ity riMB.
lafeAMD OlBStl HOUUIYSO
SAJHT OOKNim fOHl
AMI) H1NO STKKIITS.
Lleblx's luvlworator the Kreabmt re
ly for Heminai veasue!i. ixj in jinn.
lux kJ ami Private UUesaei, ovuroniuva Pre
iimturt'iim and pieparvtall for inrrliij;
life' duties, plvature anil reiioniibllltlu4
II, trial boitle given or tent irre to any one
deaurlhlnftiyiuptninii call or addre 400
Uau f uuolaoo.
prlvste eutrauca 405 ilamiu Ht.,
That Tirod Foellnu
Is a dangerous condition directly
due to depleted or impure blood. It
should not be allowed to continue,
as iu its debility the system is espe
cially liable to serious attacks of ill
liens. Hood's Sartmpnrllla is the
remedy for such a condition, nud
also for that weakness which pre
vails at tho ohaugo of season, cli
mato or lifo.
Hood's pills are purely vegetable,
carefully preparud iroiu the int in
At Williams' Studio are to Ixi mum
Portraits on Watch Dials, which ho
is making a specialty of, Lantern
Slides for looturu by the set or
A I' WAIKIKI ON THA
quarwra for one or two bin
ale Uentlemeu: board on-
tional; bathing facilities good. Kor parti'
laiii.tf Bni.I.KTIN OKKIOB.
THR PKEMI8RB ON
Sohool aud Emma
treets, lately in theucuu
nation of Mr. Oco. W.
Buiith, and known as "Kehetmna "
KOOMB AND BOAKD.
or without binntj llnuatof
Frenuli IhiiiIIv nonklno.
alio Utable Itooiu for homua
ileretanla ilrent, next door to Dr. Ander
The Stmr WVIM AN A-LO'
Will run roBDlaily between thl port and
Walalua, Kawalhapal, Mokulela, Keawe
nul aud Fuulkl on tue Inland oi Oahn.
For Freight, etc., apply to the Captain.
Inaulr at office ol J. B.
over Bpreckeli' Bank, Fort ntreet.
A. F. Medeiros & Co.
Morohant il Tailors
Hotel Bt., uudnr ArlliiKton llntal.
Latest Patterm in Suitings
Kniv)d by ftverv Btiuar
PBRrBCT FIT OR NO BALL
SOB ITort Blt sxaav CKvatona SCoviaM
FOR S-A.T- I
Delivered Twice Daily
TO ANY PART OF THK OITY
tmuU 507-TELEPBONBS- BsU 460
IIIM-In P IBENUKHO, Prop.
ASSIGNEE'S :- SALE!
The Entire Stock
WENNER & CO.
WILL HE BOLD
Regardless of Cost.
RiDj; Up Both Telephones 122
FOU RENT OR LEASE
A 1'ieiuiie In Nuuanu
alley kuonu a the Old
orxa, ' tlrouniliooii'
lHH snrei. Houie U
roomy ami In
uod iMlr. Appllriatlons will be r? eelvei
lor uou.a aud lirouuds ae,
Apply at Itank ol
or a. a
uantl at HtilllUKer'HmMlUKHtini
ijuti trnat near Fori,
IHitie. and Ulannwar. WauUslI
lilooki. Walohe and Jewelry Wanted i
Old Qold aud Hllver Wantwt I
114 King Street, Oorner of Alaksa.
llvaltT Ufl Ml III V.irr 4 nvmmm
Xaiuvunv' ktov witl k
1 be to Inform HiKirttiiK Men aud the
Ueueral rubllc tlmt I am r
pr.lr and Iteuovnti
Flrnarni. dun, Itille. nud itevolvers
urenaied to lie-
ever? dtmrrlptlou nl
nktltfiilly He-locked. liluelua and II row n-
ing done luuny tbade. Firl-olsa worr.
uiaushlu guaranteed Oootnuier vronipttjr
, UNION BTltKKT, HONOLDLU,