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EVENING BULLETIN, MAY 1G, 1895. V 6 Duc.ATt i , -'IjLEhlirM0"' ' JS miit i iJl1i rfX MSS33 SPECIALLY FOR BRANKj tf ftaBHiMKHBVMBHeBnMBaaBanm'saiiaeEB0naB National to Shredder FlffENXSD UNDER THE LAWS OF THE HAWAIIAN ,'0LAVD8. Mr. John A. Scott, Manager of tho Hilo Sugar Company, givcB tho follow ing wonderful record of the working of tho NATIONAL OANE SHRED DER, which was created by their works at tho commencement of tho crop just harvested: " During tho past wcok the Hilo Sugar Company's mill exceeded any oi its former records by closing tho 125 hours grinding with an output of 3001 tons. This is fully 10 percent moro than the best work of former years. " Tho three roller mill being 26 in. by 64 in. and the two roller mill 30 in. by 60 in. Iho first mill doing this amount of work in an efficient manner and with groat oaso, compared with work on whole cane, owing to thorough preparation of the cano by 'the National Oano Shredder, recently erected by the Company. " And by its use tho extraction has been increased from 3 porcont to 5 per cent on all kind's of cano, and in some cases 80 percent has been reached ; the averago being 75 to 78 porcont, according to quality. " I continue to find tho megoas from shredded cano better fuel than from whole cane. "Tho shredder has boon working day and night for seven months and has given me entire satisfaction, having shredded during that lime about seventy thousand tons of cano, and a largo part of it being hard ratoons. "The shredder and engine requiro very little care or attention." "Plans and specifications of theso Shredders may be seen at tho ofuco of WM. G. IRWIN & CO., L'd.. BaU Aatnli for tks Jlouniinn Iibun C. E. Williams & Son ESTABLISHED 1860. The Largest Stock of Bedroom Sets Ever imported to Honolulu. Eight Different Styles to select from. Prices are a clincher IROM 386 00 Tjn. t Alio a Fine Lot of OHIFFOMIBBS of the Latest Designs and Patterns. Special Feature No. 1 White Seamless Matting Ftr Roll of 40 Yards, fl&OO. I And a Fine Quality for $9 per Roll. Headquarters for Baby Carriages ! " TELEPHONE, 17 " Pioneer Furniture House 609 AND 611 KINH- STRET5T HIGH CLASS I Smoking Tobaccos from all the Celebrated Factories In the United States Pipes and Smokers' Articles IMPOBTEU8, WHOLESALE AND BETAIL DEALERS IN flaraa, Manila, Mencan and American Cigars, DECOXjIjISTBIK, &c oo. Cor. Fort and Morohant Streets., lA3Wt&i wgp;' Hp A BABY BARBER. She Cnn Slinvc Eight Men in Five Minutes. The Royal Aquarium has done well in securing tho services of little Miss Nolly Wick, the cham pion baby shaver of tho world. Her performances are much ap preciated by a largo number of visitors, who naturally liko tho idea (especially those who havo to go under tho operation of shaving frequently) of a child Beven years of ago performing the task, which is usually dono by adults, in a quicker and moro dexterous man ner. I was fortunato enongh to secure a few minutes' chat with this "baby marvel" at tho cIobo of one of her performances, from whom I elicited several interesting facts. "I was born at Fulham," she said, in answer to my question, "but havo spent tho greater part of my short life in Chehea King's Road, whero my father keeps a ba rber's shop. You havo, no doubt heard of 'Teddy Wick' well, that is my father tho recognized cham pion shaver of tho world." "Of course, you began shaving very early, otherwise you would not bo so expert at your business?'' "Yes, I was but three years old when I started." "What led you to tako up shav ing?" ' "Well," she answered, "at first for amusement. My father being so expert and fond of shaving, na turally ho would liko his littlo daughter to bo ablo to Bhavo as well. When father was not busy, and customors wero few, ho would allow mo to practise upon his face.1' "So you did not at first practise upon a model, but on a person?" "Tho vory first person I touched with tho razor was-my own father. I made such rapid progress that at last ho decided to bring mo beforo tho public." "From that time you had plenty of practice, I presumo?" "Well, not so very much twico a day was the most. "My first appearanco in public," she continued, "was at tho Forest ers' Music Hall. It was' an im mense success. Tho hall was full to overflowing, and tho peoplp ac corded mo a welcomo which I do not think I shall over forget. Tho managers of tho hall wore so pleased with my performance that they presented me with two medals, which I alwayB wear when per forming in public." "How many men can you, on an average, shave in the space of five minutes?" 'Just eight." "And havo you over had any ac cidents for instance, havo you ever cut a person's faco whom you havo been shaving?" "Only two; and those I cut but slightly." "Do you shave with tho ordinary sized razor?" "Oh, no! It would bo too largo for my hands. I use a small razor, known as tho 'Mai).' " I may hero mention that Miss Wick can also, in a vory littlo longer timo, shave with ono hand, tho other hand being tied behind her. "Havo you over had any contests with rival shavers?" "Yes, tho most important being with a boy of thirteen, who styled himself 'Tho Champion Boy Shaver.' When I contested I was but four years of age. Tho result was I beat him hollow." Miss Wick possesses a knowledge of the art of hair cutting, and has a perfect right to call herself a practising barber: for she takes her father's place in the Bhop when ho is absent. Should Miss Nolly Wick, when she grows older, set up in business I havo no doubt she will bo well patronised. 1 cannot speak frpra experience, but I should suppose that a lady would shave with a much more gentlo hand than otfo' Ul IUU UWC1 SUA. XVftUIIi J.HJfJtu, xe o . " ft w sif? 513 Br i3 i-r a ? 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Also Building Lots for eftle. .Inquire of DAVID DAYTON. 1277-tf 4' m rob nt street. THIS PAPER ftifflftyi AReupy, G and 65 MorchanVd VSajHre, San Fnclco.CVUcjJk.wlscouiMS f odTertlshtcMBs UwuAatm . , E MBtL 4 4 ;.i ( it 1 J v K v I j;.u.i.. i "4' -a Ajt