Newspaper Page Text
& gniljj jjguMt tin.
TUESDAY, OCT. 10, 1894.
Editorial in tjpe is crowded out.
Remarks ou the Volcano road by
shrewd observer in this issuo will
probably bo a rorelation to many
There is no evil extant not refera
ble to the monarchy, according to
the Star. What pleasant idiots in
habit the stellar spaces!
According to an article in the San
Francisco Keport, a man from the
Colonies has arrived on the Coast,
whoso errand is to obtain aid for a
new lino of steamers between San
Francisco and Sydney, lie is pro
bably a crank or a practical joker.
Planters will road with great in
terest the record given by Manager
Scott of the Hiio Sugar Co., of tho
great work effected iu the company's
mill by the aid of tho National Caue
Shredder. It shows that this is one
of tho most valuable improvements
introduced in sugar manufacture ou
tho inlands for tuauy years. Every
such moans of facilitating tho griud
iug and iucreasiug the extraction is
a source of enhanced prolit. V. O.
Irwin Si Co., Ld., agents for this ap
pliance, have its plans and spucilica
tious on view at their ollho.
What the Athletes Won by Skill
and Strongth on Field Say.
Tho prizes in the obstacle race
which took place on Saturday last
havo been awarded as follows: T.
White, vase, presented by H. W.
Schmidt & Sons; P. Oleason, silk
handkerchief, by J. J. Egari; C.
Spencer, undershirts, by B. F. Eulers
St Co.; B. F. Beardmoro, silk tie, by
M. Mcluoriiy; J. T. Wright, half
linzon silk hose, by L. M. Tracy; W.
Kivviins, box conioctionery, by blue
Ice Cream Parlors; W. Cummins,
collar ntvt cuff box, by T. G. Thrum.
Tho prizes wore awarded in tho
order mentioned. J. Spencer who
came in socond was disqualified, on
account of assistance rendered by
V. Armstrong in extricating him
from tho barrel. Three of tho prize
winuers are St. Louis College boys,
one is a Punahou boy, and the re
mtkinder are members of tho II. A.
A hack collided with a tratnear
near Lililia street on Saturday morn
ing. A young girl, who was on tho
front seat with tho driver, was
thrown out by tho shock. She put
out hor bands to save her face, and
had them badly scraped on tho
Hawaiian Hardware Co.. L'a
Tuesday, Oct. 16, 1894.
National Cane Shredder
PATENTED UNDER THE LAWS OF THE HAWAIIAN I8LANDS.
OT7X8AU. IN TO.t MIGHT.
By Lewis J. Levey.
Household -:- Furniture
An Attempt by a Prowling XtufQan
to Stranglo Girl.
About 3 o'clock this morning tho
two-story building ou tho corner of
Uuiou aud Hotel streets, occupied
by Mr. and Mrs. Bromley aud Miss
Culler, was entered by some liouil iu
human disguise. Miss cjullur occu
pies a room by herself iu tuo tear
part of the builUiug udjoiuiug the
Elite Ice Cream JL'uilui. She was
awakened by someouu trying to lioa
topo around hor neck. bUo tciuaui
ed aud the rope was pulled tighter,
but Miss Cutter muuuged to emit a
second scream, when the mau uu
twisted the rope aud escaped
through the back door. Mr. and
Mrs. Bromley had heard the secuud
scream and rati out, only to tiud
Miss Cultt-r excited aud breathless
lrom lright. Wueii sue recovered
she told what had happened, and
Mr. Bromley made au examination
of the promises. It was louud that
tho mau etfecied au uutraucu through
au opeu window tu tuo rear of tuo
building, ou tho second story, having
climbed up ou a low shauty. liy the
timo Mr. Bromley got out iu the rear
tho mau had disappeared. Miss
Cutter's ucck was uoi much injured,
only a slight scratch ou the right
side being visible. This was evident
ly done by the girl hertelf while
struggling to uuluoMt the rope.
Detuciivu Larsuu wus uotilled tms
morning aud with Mr. Bromley
made au investigation. There was
no trace left by tuo rascal, but a cot
tou rope was found ou Union lauu
above the Bell Tower. This is tho
only clue ou which the detective has
to work out a case. The girl wa so
frightened that she was unable to
nolo a description of the prowling
GOUD ltUAD WOitK.
Improvements at Kalihl King Street
Uridgo Made Said.
Tho work of repairing tho roads
-is progressing rapidly, ltoad Super
visor Cummiugs has had a gaug re
pairing the roads at Moaualua, aud
is working towuward. It is the in
tention to opeu up new roads at
Kahhi. A now sidewalk has beou
made near llaaliliamauu bridge,
King street, aud the railing has been
extended tu the Chinese store ou tho
mauka side, so that there is no dan
ger of pedestrians falling iuto the
Mater. The steam roller was en
gaged to-day iu the viciuity of the
new wharves aud the Fishmarket,
aud the roadway iu that locality
will be one of ttio liuest iu towu
On THURSDAY, Oct.
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M.,
I will t1tat rnb'le Ano'lon. l lh Rw.
dnc.t Mr ALK.K UoilKUUKN, Mak'kl
Hrx.t. opio I h Old 1Utnll ((round,
tie Wimit ol hl liom. ho'U Vurmlure,
2 B W. Bedroom Sets,
Prrlns Ms,'ris, Munnto Nets,
II. V. S"il KrdsriM-i WVdr,to,
U. W Uuok ca-e, 11. W Ueuirr Table,
Fold in g Easy Chairs
Mining. iujr, P.e'ns, Couch,
Wtutuuts, 'i llest titfes, Uiockcy,
Singer Sewing Maohine,
Flltc, l.ani , OirJeii Ho-r,
Saddle and Brlcll?,
I.swii M .we, Rlrp 1,'ddcr,
Wute.imr ow, Kki , Kto.
On THURSDAY, Oct. 18,
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON,
I will oll at ruMIc Auction, on the
1' 0.111 SO',
Till Plant u! the Hawaiian
8itottfJ on V rt trret tied t.i I he Fort
street Bjhool, cunalatiUK of
0,000 Lnbsls, FiTmnla & Secret Process
Of fZ'rsollns ih alinbnt, I'av'nf the ller
ji .iiiPB-v,r oih'i-i,,'ntla v Nil. Tlie
ou put lin i"ii (OU W-iii wo k 'o.
K-lliir wiui ail in- AiiiirtiiaiiitK lor iue
uitiiuUctiirrt of mi. i... uliolin rvtuu-''
ISV Inventi ry can br teen at tho ottlce
I ( lUr AllCt Ollrrr.
tW-'ltie whole ol die nhvre mill be
toid without tcivrve for CAB1I
By Jua. J!'. Jaurtfau.
Xortgagtfo'a ftotice of Intention
1'orecloso and of Bale.
XTOTICK 18 HKHEUY
Xl in,raua t to a inmrr o
ol In a voriulu chattel
dale the duili day of ilurcli, A U. IhUI,
tjyllAHUf.U UlliJ)l.l;U ol Jloiio-
Julu, Island tl Uilai, Hawtuijii llaml, to
.las. t iluran tl bald iiouululu, nf riuurU
in llitolllcool tliolli'b'iblruiol U.'iiwjuiiivs
la Li Lit r Ii7, uku Hi-ltJ, and lur tuu
trcucli of coiidit.uiib la tuul munguyo dctd
coiituiiuU, to tv 1: inJifjuyiueiiL 01 utrtrlu
).tomlsi.ry :.ut3 iliviciu itetcnbuJ, the
tuorii;u en IniniJa to d rd'lu-c.
Nu icu U ulo itlu that tliu iiiongageo
bus tuVm jimvixl n ol tliH iirunoity lovcr
ei lo bald uiorigaye una wil vll iuu tame
at .blio auction atlbe Auuiiuii lloonuof
James K. Morgan ou ViU.NhSUAY,
October 17, lB'l.
ilia r.iiity to be bo'iI li dmrrlbeil at
follow: 4 uilloo Bhlrm, 'J irj corouU, t'J
dot whliu I. lien liclmw, ;uja iiiz wliitu cut
ton liukfs, doz culuifil o.ilton ImIK, !i
11-lL'dnii U Juil)' hose, i)t duz Wliltu nitsa
Blnilb, t'-Uilo lift,' ui ta bCjIria. 7 l'jilim
buIk, '1 bluuk ln.t,iJi do lidj'tiuiisttiruw
bain. Oil Uor Clark rriiti'hut vottm, tli'A
duz leather fulowr, l'lj boxvi ( huilwluk'a
111011UI11K votiou. 7 M.a uutcli 111 en oraui,
yi dtz Ics Lli.ti.il lillrll tupt', 1 duz kliitllliK
ktta, 0 noxei kiiltiiiii; mIk, I liux-a lilauk
bilk Aloliuir bralii,.i pes volo'i-il bilk e aslle,
B boxes Turclwo luiui, I'l jici bonk iiiiohn,
ii ji h wliltu drem k-'I. IU pen nailii
cb oka, H nb whit 1 tublu daiiia, U ien
hair cord 111 hid n, 7 ludj'o blouni , 0 luily'a
clieiuisea, 1 ludy'i ujirxli, '.".i duz llro' ka
rolo.ea thread. 0 di.z rpuu ineinlilitt Ilk,
tyt duz uiachiiiH kiiooi threud, 0 Mid (J
buiiu buituim, I iIlz KnittliiK lik, Vi-ViKWi
ilk twl.t, 1 uoz dieH i.rmir.err, U gio jut
bjtt'iiir, 0 gro iillk biitti'im, Ti gro '('uil
biltloim, 4 liuxi'b pearl Imttniu, I) urdi hut
tun", 1? cln nilntb, U w noi Imwla. U ei In
ertlcm, W pea oinbroldcry, U pes lluiiiicliig,
U pen u t on I'uligut, 1 1 pen rltlicn, h i
intuitu, ii pieces iliess guml, 'A pt's brilll
slits, 1 's Ireiieli ciwiihrlu, 1 iiobalien, I
its bKH miisdii, I jiunh rung, (I p's lutib
lln, 1 puz phyr, U7doz Duvlits, I doit and
1 k) nlk lastiu, 1 k) hruiMi linen, U poH It.
du '1 will, US gro coat iiiul vrnt buttons,
more Intuitu, disk, luuntirs end tlielviUK,
l'iiifliie prlcu In II. H (loM Coin,
llutvd lluliolulil,heptrliilii'r 17, IntJt.
JAM1.S F. MlllldAN,
Uy hli Attoriit's, UHTkii it uaut.
cTWTlie above tale linn been pmiltioned
023 Fort Street, Mali
As a place of residence Ho
nolulu presents advantages to
be found nowhere else in the
world. For people who prefer
high altitudes Nuuanu, Punch
bowl or Tantalus are places
where residences may be built
so that magnificent views of
the city and bay may be had
at all times. To others who
wish to be on a level with all
mankind, Aakiki has attrac
tions that please. If there is a
scarcity of land it will be felt
by those who enjoy the swish
of the waves along the beach
and where they can sit and
view the grandeurs of a semi
tropic sunset. There is very
little available land toward Dia
mond Head and as time passes
steps must be taken toward bet
ter facilities for reaching points
beyond it. It is possible that a
good road around the head
would be in the line of public
improvements, and, if the land
in that locality is owned by the
government, an increased trea
sury balance would be the re
sult. If there were more lots
along the beach more people
would live there and improve
them. Every dollar of improve
ments means so much for the
government by way of taxa
tion and that alone should be
an inducement for it to extend
roads wherever it is possible.
Ever since we started busi
ness we have aimed to secure
such goods as we believed to
be suited to the tastes of. the
people on the Islands. Any
thing in the way of a novelty
when it is believed to be really
good is secured by us and
offered to the public almost as
soon as it is introduced in the
United States or Europe. One
) of the latest is the Aetallic Re
frigerator for use in the bed
room. We think this is a good
thing because it obviates the
necessity of people going to
the kitchen or pantry for milk
or anything else that is needed
during the night. For those
who like luncheon in their bed
room late at night it is indis
pensible, as it is admirably ar
ranged to hold a large cold bot
tle to go with a small warm
bird. The price of this novelty
is low enough to put it within
the reach of everyone.
As we have mentioned seve
ral times before, the Wertheim
Triplex Sewing Ahchine is the
best in the world. It is the
only machine that will change
the stitch from chain to lock
without bothering with a sepa
rate and bungling attachment.
It is the only one we know of
that will sew three stitches by
simply moving a thumb screw.
Nor do we know of any that
has such magnificent tables as
those on the Wertheim. Every
part of the mechanism is con
structed with a view to simpli
city; the running parts are so
evenly balanced that a five year
old child can run it with ease.
The necessity for water motors
or dynamos for sewing ma
chines died with the introduc
tion of the Wertheim. We
sell them for less money than
you pay for an ordinary hard
running one stitch sewing ma
chine and we would like to put
one in your home.
Unless you particularly court
liver fluke we would suggest
that you purchase an Improved
Stone Filter from us. The "S.
G. Wilder" brought us a lot of
them in assorted sizes.
vwimt L ,l rVIW&
i ir iftTT"rri ii r Tr ni - ? . i .vr ";co-,X3r:. -rtr -..ii-j
lXsiX9isflLiliI) lif- t. sMVtiiM i"i V """in it .-t -
Mr. John A. Scolt, Manager of tho Hilo Sugar Company, gives the follow
ing wonderful record of tho working of tliu NATIONAL CANE SI1KED
DKlt, which was elected by their works at tho commencement of tho crop
"During tho past week tho Hilo Sugar Company's mill exceeded any of
Its former records by closing tho 125 hours grinding with an output of 300
toiiK. This is fully 10 percent more limn ihu best work of former yc.trs.
"The thrcu roller mill being 1!0 in. by 54 in. and tho two roller mill .10 in.
by CO in. '1 ho fust mill doing this amount of work in an efnclcnl manner
aud with great cute, compared with work on whole cane, owing to thorough
preparation of tuo cauo by the National Cane shredder, iccenlly erected by
"And by lis tuo Iho extraction has been Increased from 3 percent to 5 per
cent on all kinds of citue, nud in. somo cnecs 80 percent has been reached;
the nvemgo being 75 to 78 percent, according to qtullty.
"I continue to II ml the megass from ehredded cane better fuel than from
"'Iho thredder has boon working day and night for seven months and has
given mo entire sutis'aclion, having shredded during that timo about seventy
thousand Ions of caue, and it largo part of it biing hard raloons.
"The thredder and endue red u Ire very littlo euro or attention."
nans and specification of these bhiedders may he seen at tho office of
Wll G. IRWIN Ac CO., L'd.,
fhli AarnU Air tKt RmnnUtin Witt
Look iflll Look
For New Stock of Furniture
Daily sxpectod on the "Wilder" and tut "Andrew Welch"
&r Then Yon See With Your Own Eyes
Eo;p;p 8 Co.,
N"o. 74 Xing Street.
Pioneer Furniture House
New Goods I Latest Designs ! Largest Stock 1
80L1D OAK BEDKOOM bETd,
60KA8, LOUNOKB, WARDKOBK8,
MIKBOItS, MOULDINGS, KTO., ETC,
Special Feature No. 1 White Seamless Matting
fer Holl of 40 Yards, f 12.00.
And a Fine Quality for $9 per Roll.
Headquarters for Baby Carriages!
Pianos for Rent I Chairs for Rent !
Bell 179. TELEPHONES Mntnal 76.
Succetsors to O. E. Williams.
AND 611 KING STREET.
411 NUUANU STHEET.
al practice among the sons of far
Cathay of first removing the bridle
when unharnessing a horse is the
cause of many serious runaways in
Honolulu. We adjust the rem
nants of wrecks to their former
HAWAIIAN CARRIAGE M'F'G CO.,
No. TO Quean Street.
Benson, Smith & Co.,
Oorner Fort 4 Hotel 8ta
From Riciit Direct InftrUtltii
The Only Porfoct Toothbrush.
Perfumes & Soaps !
' A. XjARGCT .A.8SOXe.TLXXTT.
Importer anil Dealer li Earopaa Bry aoi Fancy Ms
Ladles' Wares ol every description. Alio, fresh line of Chinese Goods.
Pongee & "Wliite Silic Fajainas
No. 1 White and Colored Mattings I
Best Black and Green Chinese Tea. Grcpo Shawls, Etc.
ttt" Kit QaartnUed. Prices Moderate. &
iLdC-ULtUELl Teleiplioxie B42 -
A s R
-no- MotDtl Ttltpbooe E
Biwaiiu Fariwari Co., I'd
Opposite BprscieU1 Hlock.
307 FORT STREET.
Episcopal Church Seivicesl
BEOINNINO ON BUNDAY. OCTOItr.lt
I ltd, rcj-utur mnrnliiu mi'l tivunliit;
MTvlei'H mI belio'il liy lliu Milli"ct KnU.
roiinl 1 liurcli ( Honolulu. Iti; . II. V.
l'l.l)K,Tulor, iu tliu hall, at tlmuirncr ol
Kurt iwiil JlotH stri-Hi iTIilstl, loruwrly
Alineiiitlon Units llooiim),
A loriuul umunltiuliiii ol till Church
will tnkii pluva on Hilinliiy, ovi'iulrr I.
All Christian iiotnlllliiiiu'l w'th uuy other
Ktii(!i'IIi'iI cliiiM'li r lurlU'il to uni iu
this orgsulistmu, llo7lui
To All Lovers of Sea BatUigl
WIIL SI KEPT IN
. " N. II 8utrll Aecoiumodsilnn for
LtUi sud UuUditti. llMhlW
Of uny imported. Just received by
ECOXiXilSTBR te OO.