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TUESDAY, JUNK M, 1802.
T ,, ariiivais.
H S Australia, tlomllcttc.frotn San Fran
cisco, Schr Mary TS Poster from Kauai
, , , DEPARTURES,
4-ni!i8tctl sehooncr llobert Lowers, Oapt
Goodman, for San Kranclsco
Stmr V G Hull fi.r Maul anil Hawaii nt
11 a in
Htmr Mokolll for Moloktil ami Maul at fi
Stmr Waialcalo for Labalua and llama-
kua at 10 a in
Stmr Claudliic for Maul atfi p m
StmrMlkaliala for Katun at 5 p m
Stmr Kaala for lCauul at 4 p in
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
Stmr Kllauea Hou for Knkalau and Oo-
Stmr Hawaii for Hamakua
From San Francisco per 3 S Australia
June 11 Mrs K 0 Uond, Miss M Uiow
ley. S Cunningham and wife Jllss Fen
uclf, Miss Kitty Horner, Prof J Keen,
Mrs M J Kelly, Miss A Kelly, Mls Ger
tie Iiei'kii', Mrs Thus Madilock. MUs
Alice Maude, Master Aithur Mcintosh.
Geo II Mlxur, L. E Pliikham, Miss A II
Kemsdell, Itev Father llevniau Sehradt.
JT Wutcrliouse, II Wntuilionse, J 11
Wilson, Albeit West, Ciipt Onus Kim
ball. For Maui and Hawaii per stmr V G
Hall, Juno 14 Mr and Mis Horner, Dr
Cooper, Dr l.ulz, Mrs Kelly, Miss Kelly,
Mrs Amain, K W Bartells, Mrs Bartclls,
D Awaawa. T C Forsyth. Johnson, Mlhs
Johnson, Miss Fennull, Judge V Foster.
W II Winter, itev W M Kalalwaa, Iluv
A Pall, Mis Makekau, Lo Uoy, Mrs Min
nie Wlcni J A Moore, Mrs E White and
2 elilldicn, Col S Norrls and 51 dcek.
The bark Ophlr docked to-day at the
new Fort street wharf where she com
menced discharging her cargo of coal
The 4-raastcd schooner Hubert Low
ers leaves this afternoon for Sau Frau
cUco with a full load of bugar.
- The import of sugar from the other
Islands has diminished considerably of
lute, the island coasters bringing but
light cargoes. Korelgu vessels have
consequently becii detained to await
SAN FRANCISCO NOTES.
Arrivals S G Wilder, June 1.
Projected Departures S S Monowai,
June 24; bktnu 8 G Wilder, June 11;
bk S C Allen, June 8,
Sailed Urig John D Spreckcls for
Kabului, June 1.
Spoken May 21, Lat 45 N, Long 17
W, Gor bk J C Glade from Liverpool for
LEDERER In New York City. May
31, Mrs. ltoo Lederer, aged 83,
mother of a. W. Lederer of Hono
lulu. , ADVERTISING NOTES.
C. J. McCarthy has lots on Liliha
blreot for mi!i. , 3-tf
Fuusu-'frozeii oystein liuvo been rt
iceived at the Benver Saloon.
The Enteipriso Daiiy has a iino
.collection of fowls for sale.
H. W. Schmidt & Sons offer a cot
tage on Beretania street for lent,
Avtkk (.having ui-e Cucumber Skin
'1 on iv. Bens-on, Smith ik Co., Agents'.
Sunburn relieved at oneo by Cu
cumber 'Ionic, Benson, Smith A Co.,
The Brunswick billuud nailors arc
the most elegant pleaMire icsort in
"Where shall I bee you this even
ing?" "Uh, tamo old place, tho
A CAiti) of thaukb f i mu the officer,
and oiew (.f the Autlro Hungaiiau
coivette Fat-ana appeals to-day.
Harrison Bios, i Her' for sale the
I wo dut.ichtd buildings lately utert by
Piof. M.ueuso and Pieston, cheap.
During the absence of D. and H.
McCoriiHtoii Frank Foster will act for
itheni under full power of attorney.
The S. S. Australia will leave for
San Francisco on Tuesday next.
Through tickets issued to all joints
in the States.
Delicious coii'eo and chocolate will
bo beived every morning euily at iho
Pnlucu lee Cieani 1'urloifc, Ludwigton,
& Cion. Hold Hln'cl 1-tf
Dressmaking, Cutting and Fitting
done at luiliet' houses. Perfect lit
guaranteed. MISS WOLF. 7il Beie-
. tuniii htieet, or Mutual telophono (i'JO,
bcfoio 8 a. m. or 0:30 p, in. 8-3m
Mjbs Mary LYi.E,lalely book-keeper
with Egan & Giinii, is ircpaied to Uo
stenographing uiid type-writing at
moderate rates. Graduate of lle.ild's
Business College, San Fiancibco,
Olllco with C. J. McCailhy, U5 Mw
chant street. 2-lm
Special attention is called to the
advertisement of the Anhcutcr-Buscli
Brewing Association of St. LouiH, ap
pearing in this issue. Tho enormous
buMiicss of this concern may bo
gathered from the figures there given,
which attests tho pupuluiity of their
pure, wholesome beers,
The Royal Hawaiian Military Hand
under the leadership of Professor II,
Berger will give a concert nt the Ha
waiian Hotel this evening at 7;30
o'clock. The following is the pro
Murch-The Uersiallcrl Kllenbnrg.
Overtuio Poetaud Peasant Suppe
Choi us Tamihtiuser . . .,...,... Wagner
.Selection liuhsarln Donizetti
llouu Ac Nei. Wul Miiptum. Ahua Oe.
Mfdley Yankee Tloklo Beyer
Gavotte Welcome.... Kluss
Wall. Vl'-nna Stories Stratus
a. Diillioualo i, ...Cunku
i b, Ta-ia-u-biiom-Uur-ny Anon
WBywwi8gMRi ytt uw a
LOCAL AHD GENERAL HEWS.
Suoak is 3J, an advatico of 110 ov
er previous advices.
I'imsKU Laurie .1. Ryan, of the
Australia, is thanked for news favors,
Tun Austro-llungaiian corvette
Fimana is connected with Mutual Tel
ephone, No. 21G.
Tiik case of embezzlement against
II. F Poor lias again boon postponed
until Tuesday next.
Thk band will play at Iho Hawaii
an Hotel this evening for the bouuiil.
of the AtiHlinlia's passengers.
Master J. II. Wilson, son of Mar
shal Wilson, was a pasiougoi by tho
Australia to-day, on u vacation.
Thk traincars carried 10,000 people
on tins lltli of June, tho largest pro
vious number in one day having been
Mastkii Arthur Mackintosh arrived
home from school on a idiot t vacation
this morning, looking tho pictuie of
The water at tho Long Branch
baths, Wuikiki, is now in lovely con
dition, ami largo bathim; paitius go
Thk sale of tho lease of Govern
nicnt land at Koolauloa, Uahu, will
lake place to-morrow at noon, at the
front entr.iuco of Aliiolani Halo.
The U. S. S. Boston has been or
dered to Honolulu to relievo the U. S.
S. San Francisco, and will bo ox
l ected hero some time thi mouth.
Mu. ClniH. L. Hopkins will act us
Police Justice during tho absence of
Judge Win. Foster on Hawaii. Judge
Foster left on the Hall this morning
The four-nmsti'd schooner Aloha
and thb brigantino V. G. Irwin sailed
from San Francisco on June (ith for
this port. Before leaving the captains
agreed on an ocean race.
Father Hot maun Sehradt, a young
German priest, arrived by to-day'b
steamer to join tho Catholic mission.
Theie has been no appointment as
yet to the vacant Bishopric.
Otto Anderson, a union sailor, was
killed in a light between union and
non-union men on board the Hawai
ian bark S. C. Allen at San Francisco.
The union men tried to burn and sink
Manager Johnson and the guests
of the Hotel are looking happy tho
new French cooks lnivo arrived, and
visions of nico little dinners arc al
ready iloating before the guests and
The S. F. Morning Call of June 7th
say: "Tho biirkcniiuo S. G. Wilder is
now owned by a company lecontly in
corporated under tho laws of the State
called the S. G. Wilder Co. Captain
A. 11. Paul is the president.
A numbeii of the racing stock
which participated in the 11th of
June races will bo taken on the
C la inline this evening for Maui, so
that they may be put into trim for
the -Ith of July races at Kahului.
A. B. Kkkk and F. G. 'lowiihund,
arrested yesterday, stand charged with
selling goods without, a license tit
Ewa These are the men who left
abiuptly on Dr. J. S. Mi Glow's yacht.
Their tnal will take place to-morrow.
Much amusement has been caused
about town by tho appearance in the
San Francisco Chronicle of a portrait
of Hon. A. S. Wilcox labeled "Robert
V. Wilcox." It is supposed the
Chronielu stole the picture from tho
"seventy immortals" of tho Pacilic
A petition to the Legislature is in
circulation, asking that tho Govern
ment 11 ml employment for Mr. Mclvin
Smyth, who had his left hand maimed
in an electric light accident, while in
the Government employ, July, 188'J
Mr. Smyth has proved himself a cap
able overseer in road building, but is
now out of employment.
Mu. Seymour Cunningham and
bride wero passengers by the Austra
) to-d.iy. Tho bride was formerly
Miss Stephanie Whitney, daughter of
Hon. mid Mrs. Geoigo Whitney of
Oakland, Cal., and Mr. Cunningham
hails f i oin Washington, 1) C. The
mariiagc took place in Oakland tho
day previous to the steamer's sailing
The new chief cook, Leon Mather,
and his assistant (a Flench pastry
cook), who have been engaged for the
Hotel, arrived by the Australia to-day
and will commence their duties to
morrow. The new chef was selected
by Mr. Kiuzlcr, tho manager of the
new California Hotel, and steward
James of tho Australia suys ho is
a dandy at French cooking,
A writ of hubeuB corpus is ponding
in Sun Fruueisco lor tho release of Il
linois Wise, who is held to answer for
the minder of a Chinaman in Hono
lulu harbor. The judge .who should
hear the writ had ltift the city, and
theie was uncoitainty us to tho date
of a healing. It is icporled tho col
ored Masons of San Francisco arc
doing everything possible to free Wise.
Theiie was a light on tho 4-musted
schooner Robert Lowers last night,
botweou II. V. St. Clair, the first mato,
and Gns Horvis, a sailor. St, Clair
hud his head cut and Durvis had his
nose bled. Two policemen answered
a call from tho vessel and arrested
Dorvis, who was lined Jfiifl lor assault
and battery. He has not money in
hand to pay his line, and will ho puu.1
oft" from tho Lowers before that vessel
sails this afternoon.
The niiinagor of tho Paradise of tho
Puoiiio has leceived a letter from the
San Francisco ollieo of the Oceanic
Steamship Co., slating that the trou
ble threatened in Hawaii hud had u
reactionary iiillmmcu on intended
tourists for tho mid-ocean Kingdom.
The suggestion was advanced that uu
increuted edition of tho outcoining
number, if distributed uroadcast
throughout ban Francisco, would
have a very bonoiioial ollect, Mr. II.
Williams of this city who attends tho
Knight Template Conclave at Denver,
Colo,, will he pinwdcd with large
iiumbeis of this local advertiser of the
Jsluuds, for distribution.
liM MIGJ NEWS.
(San Francisco, June 7, jer S. S.
u'jti:i stati: .
THK ltr.l'UttLICAN NOMINATION.
Murat Hnlstcail, the famous editor,
is writing special despatches from
Minneapolis to the Cluonicle. In
one he says he cltiim- to bo an expert
in national conventions, as ho began
that special service in ISoG, report
ing tho Buchanan convention iu Cin
cinnati and the Fremont convention
in Philadelphia. With all his exper
ience, however, he has never met
with anything like the honest ami
hard-headed disputes, now going on
at Minneapolis, as to the standing of
the delegations of the several States
with respect to candidates iu the Re
A press despatch says the Blaine
men have won tho preliminary skir
mish and will control the organiza
tion of the convention.
The. Harrison advocates have never
stopped working for an instant and
claim to have absolute confidence in
their ability to nominate Harrison on
the first ballot, hut the figures given
out aie not those locked up in head
quarters. They are deceiving and
are in many cases juggled about so
as to deceive the other side with res
pect to the standing of several States.
A State politician, however, who
has spent two days in making a can
vuss, says that ho cannot find more
than 425 votes for Harrison on the
first ballot, and that, he says, is
liberal. Senator llansbroiigli, who
is considered a good guesser, says
that by to-night the Harrison boom
will have evaporated and that the
selection of a Blaine temporary chair
man, when it is accomplished, will
take the starch out of the President's
friends and they will be unable to lis
on a third man.
The Harrison men 'mve not taken
pains lo deny stories that they lost
during yesterday and that Blaine has
gained'. Thoy aid iu a general way
that they were stronger than ever last
light, but when confronted with a
poll of the States they said the iig
uies wero "cooked to order." Per
haps they were, but there is no doubt
in the cases of Illinois and Virginia,
where great and -unexpected gaius
were made. Cullom's defeat for
temporary chuiimau makes the case
of Illinois still more alarming for tho
supporters of the administration, as
it is ditlieult to keep a following for
a beaten man. the only gam men
tioned for Hat risoii is three iu Kan
sas, where there are scveral good
Federal positions soon to bo given
HLAINE KE9IONS l'tlOU THE SECKETA
lirSHIl' OK STATE.
Secretary Blaine tendered his res
ignation to the President ou June 4,
in the follow iug letter:
Dlpautment ok State,
Washington, D. C, June i, '92. j
To the President:
I respectfully beg leave to submit
my resignation of the ollice of Sec
retaiy of State of the United Slates,
to which I was appointed by you on
the dlli of March, 1889. The con-"
dition of public bpsiness in the De
partment of State justifies me in re
questing that my resignation may be
I have the honor to be, very re
spectfully, your obedient servant,
James G.' JBlaine.
To this the President made the fol
Executive Mansion, Washington, D.
C, June 4, 1892. To the Secretary
of State: Your letter of ihis date
tendeiinsj your resignation of the
ollice of Secretary . of State of the
United Slates has been received.
The terms in which you state your
desires are such ns to leave me no
choice but to accede to your wishes
at once. Your resignation is there
fore accepted. Very respectfully
yours, Benjamin Haukison.
To Hon. James 6. Ulaine.
From undeniable authority some
interesting facts connected with the
resignation are gleaned. They show
that the' President was a9 gnnlly
surprised as anybody, and had no
knowledge whatever of Mr. Maine's
contemplated action before reading
tho Secretary's letter. It appears
that Congressman Boulelle of Maine
called at Mr. Blaine's house the pre
vious evening beforo leaving for
Minneapolis, and the two remained
closeted until within fifteen minutes
of the lime of the departure of the
liain. What wus said is not known,
but this much has been ascertained :
On the way to the train Boutello
slopped his cab at the telegraph of
fice and sent a telegram to Charles
Littlelield, chairman of the Maine
delegation, as follows: "It's all
right Blaine will accept."
MCKINLEY THE DAUK HOUSE.
Tlie.ro are a few men In Minneapo
lis not the greatest politicians it is
true, bul still of considerable in
llucnco - who have been secretly
working for tho abandonment of both
Maine and Harrison mid the substi
tution of one of their own names.
Deep down under the surface Mc
Kinley has been much talked of, his
name finding great favor in adminis
Tho-men there like McKinloy for
what he said when he came out fur
Harrison, and if the latter must step
oil' the truck they would like to see
the grout protectionist tuke his place,
This has befit taken advantage of by
his close personal friends, and they
uro trying to put in motion a Mo
tltnlntr liMntn llblL !,1n be OtletllV
launched When tile proper moment
Quiet canva99cs by the Illinois del
egation hav'o been made, with the
result that very unexpectedly many
delegates from all parts of the
country liavo signified their willing
ness to vote for Ohio's Governor
after the second ballot if ll can he
shown that neither of the present
leaders can win.
KinsT UI.OOU roit blaink.
At the meeting of tho national
committee last night the Harrison
men made a light on Fnsscttaud were
defeated. The result of tho vote for
temporary chairman was: Fassctt,
20, Cullom 21, so that Fassctt will
bo the temporary chairman of the
The election of Fassctt is con
sidered a test of the relative strength
of the Blaine and Harrison forces in
the committee, and in the election of
Fassctt Blaine secured the initial ad
vantage. Fassett received the votes of the
following States: Alabama, Arkan
sas, Arizona, California, Colorado,
Connecticut, Florida, Idaho, Iowa,
Kansas, Kentucky, Louisiana, Maine,
Massachusetts, Michigan, Missouri,
Montana, Nevada, New Mexico,
North Carolina, North Dakota, Ohio,
Oregon, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island,
South Carolina, Tennessee, Utah,
Vermont, Vest Virginia, New York,
Wisconsin and the District of Colum
For Cullom Delaware, Gcoigia,
Illinois, Indiana, Maryland, Minne
sota, Mississippi, Nebraska, New
Hampshire, New Jersey, Oklahoma,
South Dakota, Texas, Virginia,
Washington and Wyoming 1C.
The national committee paid Cali
fornia two compliments by electing
M. H. de Young its secretary and by
the selection of George Lee of Sau
Francisco as one of the secretaries
of the convention. He is third ou
NEW YOltK DEMOCRACY KOU HILI,.
The New York delegates to the
Democratic national convention met
last evening and adoptetl a resolu
tion, by a vote of sixty-nine to one,
that they would present the name of
Senator Hill as a candidate, and vote
for him until nominated or as long as
he permit his name to be used. The
meeting adjourned to meet at Chi
cago on Friday preceding the con
vention. AN AWFUL DISASTKIt.
The oil regions of Pennsylvania
were visited on the oth inst. by a
disaster of fire and water only
eclipsed by the memorable Hood of
Johnstown. While Titusville and
Oil City were flooded from ovei flow
ing streams, together with the burst
ing of a dam, the Crescent Oil lelin
ery took fire, and the flames spread
with fearful rapidity. Fire broke
out in other refineries at different
points. The water that submerged
populous parts of the towns, as well
as the streams, were thickly coated
with oil. This oil taking fire spread
the flames far and wide, and men,
women and children fleeing from lire
were lost in the flood.
The following summary of the dire
results of the disaster prefaces the
latest despatches from the stricken
district in the Chronicle:
A search of twenty-four hours in
the stricken oil region has further re
vealed the awful work of the flood
and fire. Conservative estimates now
place the loss of life at Titusville at
100 and at Oil City at 1.10. Pro
perty to the amouut of S2,000,000
was destroyed at Titusville, while
Uil City suffered damage to the ex
tent of over 81,000,000 a total
death list of 2G0 and u financial loss
of $3,000,000. At midnight fifty-six
bodies had been recovered at Titus
ville and sixty-seven at Oil City.
Hundreds are still engaged iu the
gruesome tusk of rescuing the dead
from the wreckage of buildings and
the still angry waters, hut there aie
(cores who have found nameless
graves in the liver and whose bodies
will never be iccovcied. Pennsyl
vania has responded to the appeal for
aid sent out from the suffering cities,
und the destitute will receive every
attention and comfott that money can
The fire that led to the terriblo
destruction of life und property al
Titusville and along the river was
caused, it has been learned, by u
spurk f i om a locomotive. Mechanic
street, occupied by the poorer classes
for residences, was simply blotted
out of existence. Not the vestige
of a d'velling is left standing. The
greatest loss of life occurred there.
The lire und flood were so swift that
whole families were swept away be
fore they realized their danger. The
volume of the flood was greatly in
creased by the breaking of dams at
Ricovillo and Spartansburg.
It is reported that llev, Sheldon
Jackson, Commissioner of Education
for Alaska, was murdered at Juneau
by liquor smugglers whom he and
two native officers had arrested. The
report lacks confirmation, Jackson
is well-known as a missionary and a
writer ou Aluska.
F. U, MoUloiiy, the well-known
billiard player of San Francisco,
with whom JakeScuacfcr played and
scored u continuous run of U000
points straight rail billiards in
May, 1890, is dying iu Chicago.
fMcCleery went to Chicago to witness
the Ives-Slossou mutch ou May 21st.
McCleery is well known in Honolulu,
where lie gave exhibitions of his skill
and lessons in billiards a few years
Peter Jackson, the coloiud boxer,
knocked Frank P. Slaviu out In the
tenth round. The light took place
in Loudon al midnight of Muy 30.
Slaviu wus terribly punished, llo
lay (Id if deall aftm- being knbeked In
a heap. Lord Lonsdale- opened the
proceedings with ft speech, and many
titled sports wero present. Among
the spectators are mentioned Coi.
North, "Buffalo Mil," and Furniss
Mails received in Franco from
Mauritius confirm the statement that
1200 persons wore killed and 4000
injured in the recent hurricane. In
a magnetic disturbance preceding the
blow the sea rose nine feel. A
large number of leading inhabi
tants are among the killed. Half
the sugar crop was destroyed and
the planters' losses arc incalculable.
. CASH ABSTRACTED.
Jo . IMIIoti I Arrontfit on Maniitrlon
of a Itnlilicry.
A German named Schober caused
a warrant lo be Issued this morning
for the arrest of Joe Dillon, the pug
ilist, charging him with lobbery. It
appears that Schober took a notion
that he would have a "time" yester
day. He filled his pockets with
"stuff" and visited severnl saloons,
filially winding up ul the Royal where
he made the acquaintance of Dillon.
bchobcr wus uccompamcti uy one
Schussler and a Portuguese. The two
first mentioned partook of too much
beer and became rolling hilarious,
Dillon all the time encouraging the
duet. Finally Schober felt his knees
weaken and he remembered no more.
When he awoke he felt in his pockets
and found his money gone. Thi3
morning he met Schussler and by
persistent questioning fixed a suspi
cion on Dillon, with the result that
the pugilist was arrested by Louis
Touissant, a special olllccr. Bail was
fixed at 8250.
Kx ' Ileniiiorr."
The Pacific IlAiunvAitn Co., Ld.,
have just received from England an
invoice of the well-known Doulton
Ware, comprising Breakfast and Din
ner Sets, Toilet Sets, Cups and Sau
cers, Jugs, etc., etc.
Their supply of Plantation Tools
and Supplies is very complete, as also
of Lubricating Oils.
Carholinoiitn Avcnaiius by the bar
rel, case or smaller quantity.
The best spring lni'dioino is n doe
or two of St. Patiick's Pills. They
not only physic but cleanse the hole
system and purify the blood. For
sale by Benson, Smith &. Co., Agents.
When in need of SOAP
that, you will bo better
suited every way by go
iug lo a store that keeps
assortment of the article rc-
beliove it may in
yon lo know that
store is that place
week wo call your
to a now soap in this mar
ket. As the mauufaetururs huo not
been in business for centuries they
aie willing to -tfSfCjprft-. I)art 1V'1'1
fur less mo
ncy than old
and you ro
e r bouses,
Jas. S. Kirk it Co. uro sliiving to
mako as good an article as Iho oilier
soap makers and C,.nCypi their
S h a n d o n Bells yja'i-fa'i.w, soap is
eijual to the best. fes)
These cuts do " ' nutie
present the si.e of the cakes, but the
difference is in Iho price.
The store thai sells tho srrov.
best soda will sell the most (buccndathJI
soap. You mo u judge of i'wSw
good soda. 5tr'ega"
H0BR0N, NEWMAN & CO.,
Cornor Port fc JClmjr9trotH.
CARD ol' THANKS.
rpilE Officers and Crew of the Iinpe
X rial and Boyal Aiistro-iluiigariaii
Coivette ,lFasiiua," not being able to
thank p 'rsonully all those who have
shown their sympathy on the occasion
of the death and funeral of their late
commander, Captain Fricdrieh Schwels
gut, by the raisins of Hags at lialfmast
and by sending iloucrs or attending the
funeral, heiehy beg to express the most
heartfelt thanks on behalf of themselves
and tho family of tho deceased. 1 1(1 1 1
CHICKENS FOR SALE!
rpHE Eutorpiiso Dairy has
1 some Kino Chickens, In
cluding' Hult-bluck Spanish,
Muff Scotch, Leghorn and
Itraluna Ui coils for sale.
Mutual Telephone No. 057. HO Ct
rrMIE undersigned meiuheisof tho linn
JL of I). McCoiriston i&i'o (foriueily
J. .MoiNilguu & Co.1, of Kauuilo, Island
of Molnkai, give notice that during llHr
absence from this Kingdom, Mr Flunk
Foster of said ICaiualo will act for thuni
under power of uiiorney.
nam li. McLOiutisTON.
Grapes For Sale !
GBAPKS fresh fiom the tree, six
puuuds for $1, are foi sale ut
127 U Fort stiect
Tho bust thing to hoikI to
your l'rieiulu a broad in Kiiitf
Jlros.' Ulii.stratcil Souvenir
of Hawaii, whioli 1h gottun
up tor tho iui'iobo and In
not un advortlnomont.
You Can T
t " "" '"3a
r ?. i.A
pulation and an ornament lo the
kitchen. Il washes and dries more crockery, glassware and knives and
folks in live minutes than your cook could attend to In an hour. They are
in use In Honolulu and arc giving satisfaction. Our supply is rimiled.
iks buy r i w sa
HAWAIIAN HARDWARE CO., '
Fort street, oppo. Spreckcls' Bank, Honolulu
SL WW 1 IV U S W
ST. LOUIS, 1VIO
BREWERS OF FINE
Pure Malt and Highest Grade lops !
1ST No Corn used in place of Malt, as is done by other Eastern
Breweries, in order to cheancn the cost of their Beer, and to compete with
our wond-rcnowued and justly famed
With the Completion of the Mew Brewhouse,
the Brewing Capacity is the Largest
of any Brewery in the World.
Skewing Capacity: G kettles every 2-1 hours, 0,000 Barrcb, or 1,800,000
Barrels per year.
Consumption of Material: Malt, 12,000 bushels per day 8,600,000
bushels per year. Hops: 7,o00 lbs. per day 2,250,000 lbs. per year.
No Corn or Corn Preparations are used in the manufacture
of the Anheuser-Busch Beer. It is, therefore, the highest priced but the
nost wholesome and really the least expensive for its superior quality.
Annual Shipping Capacity : 100,000,000 Bottles and 5,000,000 Kegs.
The Anheuser-Busch Co. have carried off the highest honors ami the
highest class gold medals wherever they have competed. At all of the
International Exhibitions, throughout this world, their Beer excelled all
This Company hjvc prepared
Beer, for the Hawaiian Islands, known
a handsome -label anil in white bottles,
W1ENI3R" in dark bottles, Heretofore inported, we will now supply to
the trade in quantities to suit.
Q. W. MACFARLANE & CO.,
Agents i'or i!i
104 Fort bit
WE HAVE THE VERY LATEST STYLES IN
Hats, Bonnets &. Toques !
NEW TR MMINGS I NEW RIBBONS !
THE LATEST CHIFFON TRIMMINGS I
Special Reduction in School Hats
rtsr FOR I WEEK ONLY G
CHILDRENS' SCHOOL HATS F0R.25 CT;S.
elephone For One !
Our attention is drawn from tho
Hendry Breaker to the
DISH WASHING MACHINES !
Which wc received oil the "Di
mond." This machine is constructed with
a view lo cutting down the sales of
the ctockery dealers and keep sets
of disdn i intact. It is easy of mani
BEER EXCLUSIVELY I
a special brand of their highest grado
as "SPKOIAL IJUEW," with?
which with their best " SPORT