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FRIDAY, JUNK 17, 1892.
Stuir ' It Bishop f i oiii Wnlanac and
Stmr Waialealo from ilumukua
A'm 4-mnsteil liktno Chailes F Crocker,
Lund, for Pugot Sound
Am tern Mmy Dodge, Gallon, for hu-
atmr Kitiau for Muni and Hawaii at
L p in
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
Sohr Ltiku for Kohala and 1'oliolU at 10
Selir Mot Wahlno for Paaullo at 10 a in
Am is stun Moiuhig Star, Garland,
for South !iea Islands
CARCOES FROM ISLAND PORTS.
Stmr Waialealo 2088 bags sugar and 21
Stmr Bishop- 24!)4 bag paddy, 52 bah
taro, lOi bdls grus and 1 box.
From Hamakua per stmr Walaleale,
June 17 Mr utt, 1 Jap, 2 Chinese and
For Maul and Hawaii per tinr Klunu
.June 17 For Volcano: G II Mixer.
Waypoits: Mrs Like and child, Mrs
Mist, Or W II Winter, Mrs Lucas. Bio
Francis, Paul .larretr. Hevs M U Kea
loha, J K Uihlo. L K Kaluwc, J You,
S It Kamakaliiki, S ICalli, J M Kealolu,
K K Baptist and S K Kekuewa; V
Green, MUs Cummins, F w aldiou ili
Kapahu and daughter, Dr and Mrs
Wood and child. VlsS Li..ie Koy. II I
lialdwiu and 40 deck.
The 6-niated liarkoiitine Uhailc? F
Ciocker sailed ihis nioiniug for Puget
Hound In ballast.
The steamer ' ui-ileale is dlschaiging
her cm go of sugar at W S S Co's wharf.
'I'hu stciiner Hawaii may be along to
mniMitv. ADVERTISING MOTES.
A xcivnci: relating to the rice plun
1t.it ion nj J'alolo Valley appears to-day.
O. J. McCarthy has lots on Lililni
.street for ule. 5-tf
Akti:i; sti.ising u.-e Cueunibei Skin
'lonii Benson, Smith & Co., Agent
The Minister of tho Inleiior invitee
ttendoia for bupplies to the Insane
Jij,n'Isuhn ii'liuvod at once hy Cu
cumber Tonic. Benson, Smith it Co.,
Agl'lllK l-l f
Z. I'AAKIKl has hi en appointed a
notiiiy public for the Tlnul Judicial
TnuBiuuswick hilli.ud p.uloin ate
the most elegant ple.isuio icsuit in
B. II. Hcnoi.'i. has hi en appointed
a member of the Horn! Board of Hilo,
in the pl.ieo of A. H Loeboiislcin, ic
signed. Tknii-KH .lie invited by the Ito.d
Supenir-oi fin lnol-.ind mateiials foi
ix months fiom date.
Jam. Sti:im:k h' is .-J i 00 rewind h r
,ihe couicinu of thoio who loie Auk
t r nt ii deeoiatiou down Horn tile Elite
Ice deani l'ailor.-'.
Ui;i.li'l()lih coih e and chocolate will
be ti'ii l ovi'ij imiiiiing eaily at lhe
J'al.'icu Jeo Cii'iim l'ailor, Lmlwit-en,
it Oion, Hotel Mieci. 1-if
The Y. M. C. A advert ibo a lectuio
by Pi of. Keep of Millh College, on
Monday evening next, tho subject be
ing veiy appiopiialo to tho times
The Life of Columbus.
Dnusb'MAKiNO, Uutling and Fitting
donu nt ladies' hnilbcs. Perfect lit
guaiauteed. MISS WOLF. 7,'i Bero
tauia btieet, or Mutual telephone 0'JG,
before 8 a, m. or :'M p. in, S-Iim
Miks Maiiv Lyle, lately book-keopoi
will) Egau it CJ n u u, is piepaied to do
stenographing and type-writing at
moderate rales. Graduate of Hcald's
BusiuCbb College, San FraueibCO.
Olliio witli C. J. McCailhy, 1(5 Mej
cliant etreet. 2-lm
MRS. TODD A TROUBLE.
Mra. L. Todd caused the ar
rest of a Portuguese named Jose de
Grclla yesterday on a charge of as
sault and battery on June loth ut
Jwilui. Tho tacts are these: Mr.
Todd sold out to Grellu his .merest
in the tannery businesb curried on hy
Grellu and himself. Mrs. Todd was
allowed a certain tune to stay on the
premises, Mr. Todd having skipped
out. Thu other day she entered the
house to gut her things, when the
alleged assault was iniidu, Mrs.
Todd showed bruises on her two
iirnis in tint Police Court this morn
ing and Grellu was sentenced to puy
si lino of S'Jft. His Honor in giving
sentence championed the cause of the
tender sex, saying that if ilioy hud
no defenders uguiusl trouble or nl
lack, how defeiibulees Ihey would he.
Giulla noted an appeal.
The iM'i'iitest fiivoiiie nuioiig ml.
in I re is of luuris the Auhi'iue'-Hiixcli
Stuuduid, Known thu noild over and
icuojula'd us thu lumlur of i tu ulud,,
LOCAL AND GENERAL HEWS.
Tin: biinkiujitcy case of Ohu Lan
was mgiietl nnil biibmitlcil this morn
ing. The weather at llamakiiii is very
dry, hardly any rain having fallen for
Majoh J. 11. Wodehouso, British
Commissioner, attended tho Logisla
Judok William Koslur will return
from Hawaii on the next trip of tho
Thk interest in tho Legislature was
not gteat to-day and thu number of
uiulito.s was .mall.
Thk Charles F. Crocker took over
one hundred bunches of bananas for
Pugel Sound this morning.
A NUMimu of the visiting pastors
from the other islands returned by
Hid steamer ICiiutu this afternoon.
The pleasant cool weather yester
day evening induced many tu attend
the baud concert at Queen Emma
Look out for the land sales by J.
F. Morgan at his salesioom to-morrow.
Some desirable residence property
will be offered.
Farewell services will be held on
the Morning Star Saturday beginning
at 1 :30 p iii., after which tho voyage
for Micronesia will bu begun.
The dredge lias been doing splen
did work to-day, throwing up more
sand than water. There is a big pile
of sand on the embankment.
A native named Kaaikala has boon
ai rested for tho alleged larceny of
$200, pioperty of a neighbor named
Mary Ann Kolu. He will bo tried to
morrow. Hon. C. W. Ashford was not pres
ent ut tho foienoon session of the Leg
islature to-day, ho being busy defend
ing criminal charges against three
Mil. Wat r, brother of the manager
of Uonokaa plantation, Hawaii, ws
a passenger by tho Waialealo this af
ternoon. Mr. Watt intends returning
to his homo in Scotland.
A nu.miier of school children, whoso
homes are on the other islands, have
engaged berths on the steamer Kinau
for the next trip up. This is owing
to tho vacation of Oahu College.
L. J. Lkvev will hold a special salo
of thirty-five choice hoises and mares
in the roar of J. I. Bowsett's office,
Queen street, at noon to-morrow. A
good chance to secure fine riding
Thekk have been no opium catches
for home time. Tho reus n given bv
one who was instiuineiit.il in making
seveial hauls is that he did not gel
his junt share of the reward offered
for biich captures.
W. H. KloKAitD is hard at work
electioueeiing for the coming cam
paign for IJepieoentative of North
Hilo, Hawaii, necessitated by tho an
nulment of the election of A. Horner.
Thu election will take place on June
The Ocean Wave, printed and pub
lished on boaid tho U. S. P. S. San
Francisco, lias a picture of tho Queen
in the issue of June 10. This issue
contains eight pages filled with inter
esting articles, ship's gossip and spicy
A Chinaman named Sun Hing was
found guilty of a punal offense on an
11-year old native girl, in the Police
Court this morning. Hing was sen
tenced to imprisonment at li.ud labor
for tin co mouths and to pay costs.
C. W. Ashfoid for defendant noted an
J. F. Mohoan will hold four im
ptutant ale of pioperty at his biiles
loi m to-iiiiirmw at noon. A descrip
lipu of the different piupertit'B can be
been in o i advt-i li.-iug columub. The
dilfeienl h- mesteads aie well known
as among the most couvenii nt and
desiuible in Honolulu.
The social entertainment at the Y.
M. C A. Hall list evening, although
not hugely attended, was a ory en
joyable alluir. After a shoit miibieal
piogram, refreshments consisting of
ieo cream and cake were disposed of,
and tho remainder of the evening was
bpent in social conversation.
Loud reports bounded from the di
rection of Punchbowl thin morning,
which created considerable alarm
among timid people. At first it was
rumored that Bipikaue's guardb were
out practicing, but it proved to bo a
gang of men engaged in thu peaceful
occupation of blasting rocks on the
slopes of Punchbowl.
At noon the Bulletin coninuini
cuted with Waialua only to learn that
tho bteamor Akamai was still on thu
rocks shortly before that hour. John
F. Bowler, thu owner, was at tho spot.
It is n matter of surpribo how tho
boat got on the rocks, or oo far in
shoie, as tdiu had no business so close
in and the water was smooth.
The yacht races will ho one of thu
chief attractions on July 1th. Thoro
is a disposition among local yachts
men to have thu nices finish at tho
Spar buoy. This end, if accomplish
ed, will he U'ry unsatisfactory toupee
tatorn, as tho greatest seamaiibhip is
dibphtyed in coining into tho harbor.
Let the liiiibh bo ut thu Can buoy in
Tin: steamer Waialealo on bur trip
ilown sighted a stoauior away to lee
waul between Lahaiu.i and this port.
Thu Wuialualu's people noticed her
tacking to wiudwaid and weiu iiuahlo
to conjecture her inyMuiiom move
ments, It wab thought at llrel to bo
tho steamer Hawaii, as she left before
the Wiiialuah), but tint supposition
could not bu vol i lied.
The stuuduid beer, of world wjdo
Aiihciurr.Hiiscli, the maker's
Rich In color, Its lltivor gllt-cilgo,
Hour (ioiiiioUbours with fervor
PitiDAY, June 17, 1892.
.Ilornlnir Hch ion.
Assembly convened ut 10 o'clock.
Prayer and reading of minutes. Min
Petitions wcie presented us fol
By Noble Iloapili, from Kahuna,
Kooliuiloa, containing 15 signatuies,
that tin English school be established
in that district. To Committee on
Education. Also, that S'2500 lie np
propiialod for a road iu that distiict.
To Committee on Public Lauds.
Pep. Bipikanu, from the second
district of Honolulu, that licenses
be given to native Iluwaiiuus to prac
tice medicine. Tabled for further
consideration. Also, that no more
lepers be sent to Molokai, and that
leper hospitals be established in each
Pep. Pun, from the fifth district in
Honolulu, that a road be opened
from n point on King street, near
Dowsett's lune, to School street, and
that 85000 be appropriated for that
purpose. To Committee on Public
Noble Williams, from the Printing
Committee, reported Bills Nos. '32,
57 and 58 piiulcd and ready for dis
tribution. Noble Baldwin, from the Finance
Committee, reported on the bill pre
sented by the Minister of Finance
relative to the reeoinage of $15,000
in quartets, at present in the Treas
ury, into dime and five cent pieces.
The committee staled that they had
had the presence of the bankers of
the city at their consultations, and us
a result of their deliberations they
had formulated a bill which they
presented, the points of which in
brief were as follows: (1) Author
ized Minister of Finance to cause
200,000 silver dimes and 400,000
nickel half dimes, to be coined
United Slates standard. Image, super
scription and legend to indicate
amount and that coins were Hawai
ian. (2) Minister to pay expense of
coinage, coins to be placed in circu
lation, profits arising from coinage to
be made a Government icalizatiou.
(3) Contract to be made direct with
out intervention of or payment of
commissions to any third paity. Re
port was received and laid on the
table for consideration witn bills on
Noble Marsden, from the Commit
tee on Miscellaneous Petitions, read
in n very low tone and hurried man
ner a teport from that committee.
Hep. Smith desired to offer a mis
celluncous motion in a miscellaneous
manner, on the very miscellaneous
report presented by the chairman of
thu Committee on Miscellaneous Pe
titions. Everything was presented
from butter to opium, and from leper
hospitals to post ollices, iu a mixed
On motion the report was adopted.
Noble J. M. Horner, from the
Ways and Means Committee, pre
sented a repoit to the effect that they
had visited the "headquaiters of the
Judiciary department." Fiotn in
formation gathered and suggestions
from the Chief Jujtice they recom
mended that (1) legacies and admin
istrator' commissions be taxed for
revenue; (2) Dial the losing parties
in all civil cases he compelled to pay
all jury fees and such of the Court
expenses as may be thought proper;
(3) that no appropriation he made
for a courthouse at Kulaupapa, Molo
kai. The committee further recom
mend thai the Attorney-General draft
bills to cover the first two points.
The report was adopted with the ex
ception that item three theieiu was
laid on Hie table for consideration
with the Appropriation Bill.
Noble Williams, from the Printing
Committee, reported Bills No. 50
and 21 A as piinled and ready for
Rep. Kamauoha, from the Commit
tee on Permanent Settlements, re
potted that they were in favor of
granting $8000 to Queen Dowuger
Kapiolaui and recommended tho
striking out of the items of $000 for
Mis. Emma Hainan! and 400 tor
Mrs. Kamakaui Simeoua. Nolilu
Comwell, one of the committee dis
sented from the report as reguidid
the striking out of the settlements of
Mrs. Barnard and Mrs. Simeoua.
Minister Widemunu said that he
thought that thu committee could
not be aware of the reason fur the
payment of Mrs. Simconu's settle
ment. Her husband was a police
man and was killed in the perform
ance of his duty.
Noble Thurston was disappointed
in the teport presented. It did not
set fortli any facts relative to tho
Queen Dowager's income. If she
wus iu want the House would no
doubt cheerfully supply her needs.
If she had an ample property, us he
had been itifouned, hut did not know
whether correctly or not, then there
was no necessity of grunting extra
spending money. The estate of the
late King was estimated at $100,000 ;
she has u lease of piopeily on Punch
bowl, estimated to biiug a yeurly
revenue of fiom seven to ten thou
sand dollars. If the information was
correct he did not think she needed
more. Thu principle the House
should adopt wus "no work no pay."
Considered that thu poor widow of
the police olllcer should receive her
Hep, Smith had considerable ulolm
I for thu Queen, hut it wus folly tu go
on upproprlutlng inonuy whim llutru
' was no revenue to buck it. The
i Queen was very comfortably situated,
henhlus bite wu u thrifty, prudent,
Noblo Baldwin favored tho motion
to lay tho report on the tnhlc to be
considered with tiie Appropriation
Bill. Tho report was not satisfac
tory, It did not present facts or fig
ures desired. He, comin. from n
country district, desired more knowl
edge on the matter.
Motion to consider with the Ap
propriation Bill was carried, after
which on motion the Assembly, at
12 o'clock, look recess until 1 :30p m.
THE TRUE SECRET OF SUCCESS.
The cost of producing the different
brands of Anlieuser-Buscli beer is
largely increased in consequence of
the well known fact that in ils manu
facture neither corn nor com prepa
ration is used. This increased cost
in its production necessarily brings
about an increase in ils cost to the
dealer, who is required to pay from
S2 00 to SI 00 more per hhl. tliitn is
charged for any other brand. While
this extra tax appears hind on the
inn-keeper the n titled taste of the
beer cousulning public must be ca
tered to and the demand supplied,
hence it is that in the quality of the
Anheuser-Busch brands we find Hie
secret of its universal sale.
l'. ' It union.'
The Pach'io IIaudwauk 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
ccis, Jugs, etc., etc.
Their supply of Plantation Tools
and Supplies is very complete, as also
of Lubricating Oils.
Carbolineutn Avenarius by the bar
rel, case or smaller quantity.
A traveling man who chanced to
he in the store of E. V. Wood, at
McKees Rocks, Pa., says while he
was waiting to see Mr. Wood, a little
girl came in with an empty bottle la
beled Chamberlain's Pain Balm and
said : "Mamma wants another bot
tle of that medicine; she says it is
the best medicine for rheumatism she
ever used." 50 cent bottles for sale
by all dealers. Benson, Smith &Co.,
MOMCaY 'VENiNG, J.o20h,
,11 7::tO o('I.O:K.
Lecture on Columbus!
Py PROF, KEEP if M l.s i'oilcije.
Illustrated by a Fine Co lection of
LANTERN SLIDES !
ADMISSION, : : : : 50 CTS.
rOTI(,E is heiehy given that the un
JlN derigiied have bought the Khv
Plantation situated in Paloln Vallc-,
O.ihu, liiotuIoiv conducted under the
name of Tom Aug by lug Limy, and
that all Iiidclili'ilni'bi, If any, ixi.-ting on
account of uld plantation, i- to he paid
by said Tom Aug or lug I h , and that
we will not bo leiiionsible theiefor.
44!1 at HI TIN GUN
1 Company will
of Wailiee Sugar
I)1imi lake notice
that a hpceiid M'-i'thig of MiieMinhUrs
Will lie held at ('. Iiiuwrr .t Co ' olliee.
Qil.en .-licet, on TIHUinDA Y, .lime
'.Mid next, at !) o'clock a m.
IIS lw M'cielaiy Wuilicn -mur Co.
K ii- h U'by jdeti that I will
I be rei-imnslblo for any IiIIIk
cniitiatMl lor 'he Steamer ' kainal"
without my Wlitlen order.
JOHN K. IIOWLHK.
Owner Steamer "Akaiinii."
Honolulu, .lime Hi. lH'.t.!. 14S '2w
.v Sr J GNEISS NOTICE.
Is heiehy given that Wing
of Honolulu, having made
an alignment to K. Podeyii of Hono
lulu, all claims iigahiht Miid Wing Ylck
muni ho t-eut to Mild H. t'oueyu witlilu
tluee mouths fiom date, or Ihey will he
foiever bailed. K. POOliYN,
Anslgiu e of the Kntatc of Wing Ylefc.
Honolulu, Juno 15, IBUti. 447 3t
Auction ole ty James F. Morg-n.
Lawlloits Mice of Sole !
Having heretofore, to wit, on the
25th day of May, 1802, distiained for
arroam of rent of tho Ohinexo Theater
prcmixod, King hired, tho following
Lioods and Chattel, to wit :
8 (Miiwti. containing UhinoM Oloth
ini;, (iarmeiits ami I'aiapherirdia,
Maskh, Fans and .Smithies un-d in
OhiiicMt playx, 1 ('liinecu Josh, Lamps,
Lingo Clock, .Small (-look, hantenw,
Cliaim, Tallies, Kings, Knur., Oina
inontH. Chincho Miirical Inniriiiiientn,
Cliineni Weapons, Sofas, .Stop l.ad
dirs, etc., etc, all lited iu nuid Uln
nefo Theater, thu miiiiio hoiug tho pro
pel ty nf Chunk Pun On it Co,
Notice u heiohy given that iu ciimi
of iiou-payinonl of nieh uriunia of
lent ami coots within In days fiom
Ihis dale the mi id (ioods ami UiiiiIIuIh
will be Mild at I'uhlic Amnion, to wit,
mi MONDAY, the 27lh day of Juno
inst., at It! uVluih .moii uf mild duy,
al thu t'hiiio'e Tluaur piuinikoa on
King ktrcot, Honolulu, near the Oahu
Jtiiilwu) A Lund C ' dlleo
i M JIJ.M and
DuIimI llomhilu, Juue 10, hWl.
When in need of SOAP
that you will be better
Mined eveiy way by go
ing to a More that keeps
asiiiiiiiieul of the article re-
W'' C5SvS believe it may in
teiiwt jf5J5aj!X 'l,ii 1 know that
I h i - ftore is that place.
I ins. "i-$3&.ti week we call your
alti'iiiiou to a new soap in this mar
ket A- the niaiiufacturerw haw not
been in buiuens for centuries they
uro willing t saCTiirN. purl with
their pi)dui'ls(ft"!KJSivraj for less mo
ney (ban old TtBaggSB e r homes,
ami you ic ?' coivo tho
Jus. S. Kirk t Co. uio stiiving to
tiiiike an good an article as the other
Miup tniikoin and 'im.'s thoii
Shu it do u Hi-lli JMiaiMSi Miapis
eiiuul to tile best. ubJJM'ViSsi)
These cuts do
present the size of the c.ike
difieiunce is in thu price.
The store that sells the
best soda will sell the most
mm). You aie a judge of
DUtCN HATH 1
H0BR0N. NEWMAN & CO.,
Corner Kort V Ivlnir Htrceli.
Is showing a beautiful line of
In the pieieed woik now so popu
lar and at prices which you will
For S:irh High G-ade Goods
a. F. WICH-
or Portland, 0,& Mo-i,i B
will lie due at
." 1 1.
And will have iiiumiUati
disp.iti h for
Ia!r Km Kiellit or I'.e-ae applj to
THEO. H. DAVIES & CO,
111 171 tfciib-.
fr'Ok ltl.NT or i.KAStO.
f'i!T"35 I ktiiiuu -Heel, known a
.a B lit'.. ' ' M'ri -lllI 11' II 1111
gSSSS& ilie-K.'iiui'iiM'lim'idei Nine,"
and lately occupied hy Ml- Mi" aitin-j .
The llou-e contains l'.uloi, I I.ame Med
room-. Uhiiiirr-rooiu, I'lintry, Kitchen
and Until llou-e. Mable and i-civaul-'
Qiuiiers in the re ir. This is a i.iii
ounoituiiitv of obtaining a tluei' Incited
ii'-iileuco at i v'
low rental, on lea-e
V n.iitieniiii- a pl to
jam IN i.oVK,
or olhei wi-ju. !'
Or al the otitic of
Meieh nil -Heel.
Mix .1. l iiilwi:li.
,., , i OTI til! mi lleieiiiiiiii
,-J.(. t -licet No '.HI. lloiili e-l
?.: fyV', i-oi ii'T. on in uiKa -nle m in id
coiitaiiilu I liullo.iiiis e-idi - hilelii'li.
Pantry. Itiitluoum, etc. Tiiiuiwu cu -pat-nhi.
H15IW II. W.M'IIMIDT &.-.OXS.
rpilK uumml nicotine; of the llillich
A lleuevoliint Society will he held at
tint Y. M. I'. A. ltoom on MOVDAV
KVBNlNtJ, .Iiiiiu 'JO, IbD.', at S o'clock.
A full attendance of the sub-eilliein to
tldb cliarilahle Mieiutv la iciiicMf(l.
BBV. A. MAUKINTOmII,
145 71 Vice-I'iesldeut.
ClKUTllTCATK No. SO. fi Slmiei. Iht
Merlon Stocl, ii-biied .lulv 7, 1KSU), to
II. M. Dow. Coitlllc.ito No. I1!).-., 10
Kliiues 'Jd M'llos Stock, IfBiied .lanuaiy
fi, 18'JI, to II .M.Dow. All of the I'lo
neer ltllildlnj,' Ai I.om hoeiatli)ti. All
peieous uio warned .ifjuiiisl negotiating
thu hiild bhaies. lib lit
A.SI'KINOKIKI.D IIO-LlKht liius Ma
chine hi complele woikiiiu older
and guaranteed. Will lie bold upon
favoialilo leiuih to tliu piiicliiiber. Also
a tow Handsome KUliucs. Apply to
'MO tf lillig hlreel.
A MAN wlio uudeislands fanning
and taking caie of Hock; iiuinl ho
sober anil Ihoiouglily posted In Ills woik
and huvu good icfeicuces; none lint a
ciiiiipeliiut mail need apply. AiMie.
!'. L, Box L, ' llotiohilu. IU I in
IMIKO. II. DAVIHis .V CO "ft sum,
I will ho cIo.imI on KBIDAV. Hie
1711 hut., fur block taking. 117 Ji
IMctui'o 1'" ran i oh niiidoto
nnlnr IVoni hiluhl h(,UoI
jiioiiUIIiih. Hciiuviilloii nC
old plohirnH a Mpiu'l.ilij ut
Klny; JJrori,, Hotel utrool.
1 a hirL
y Can Telephone
p I 5 "3
iP viUl I
pulation and an ornament to the
kitchen. It washes Mid dries more crockery, glassware and knives and
fotks in fivu minutes than your cook cmld altend to in an hour. Thoy are
in use in Honolulu and uro giving satisfaction. Our supply is limited.
Ji A WAI IAN HARDWARE CO.
Koi l street, oppo. Spreckels' BunU, Honolulu
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ftsir. 1A)UA&. MO.
BREWERS OF FIE
Pure Mait and Highest Grade
JUiy No Corn or Corn preparations u el in phu-e of Malt, as is done
by o'lier K I'-tirn r.reweiii s, in ordi r to thi ai n tin c st of their B''er,
and i-iiiipeti wi h nur mnd-reiii un'i n-. t jn- ' fi ml 'rticle.
With the Comjsletion of the Kcw ESrewhouse,
the Brewing Capacity is the Largest
of any Brewery in the World.
Brewing Capacity : 0 kettles every 2 1 hours, 0.0UU Barrels, or 1,800,000
Barrels per year.
Consumpi ion or Material: Malt, 12,000 bushels per day 3,000,000
bushels per year. Hops: 7,. 100 lbs. per day 2,250,000 lbs, per year.
No Corn oi Corn Preparations are used in the manufacture
of the Aniieuskk-Buscii Beer. It is, therefore, the highest priced but the
Taost wholesome and really the least expensive for its superior quality.
Annual Shipping Capacity : 100,000,000 Bottles and 5,000,000 Kegs.
Anlieuei-iiii-cli Li. haw
class gold medals wherovoi
International Exhibitions, throughout
This Company have prepared a
Beer, for the Hawaiian Inlands, known
a handsome label and iu white bottles,
ANliEUSEK" iu dark bottles,
supply to the trade in quantities to
G. VV. LCFRLANK & CO.,
1151 wiii tar ih. f'utt islitiii Ihlnnil-.
i wniai wain iiimiMiiiuiMi i iiw ! muMttm nwa iiw w
104 Fort street, Honolulu.
WI-: I1AVK THK VKHV
NEW IR MMINOS I
Special Reduction in School Hats
to- FOr? I WEEK ONLY to
CHILDREN'S' SCHOOL HATS FOR 25 CTS.
Our attention is
Hendry Breaker to
drawn from tho
DISH WASHING MACHINES !
Wliluh wo received an Uio "I)i
mond." This umeliiiic Is cotutruowd with
a view to cultltig down tho sales of
the c'ii.i kery dealers and keep sets
tit dhlies intact. It is easy of mani
canicl oil I lie lugiieil honoi'i and thu
they have competed. Al all of the
the win Id, their Beer excelled all
special brand of their highest grade
ab "Sl'EOlAL JJKHYV," with
which with their best " EXI'OltT
hcietoforc iiiporled, we willjiow
LAl'Ksr SPVLKS IN
AddUb Al UN