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Arrive Pnarl dly 5:5S
Loavo Pear1 City.. 0:00
Arrivo Honolulu.. .(:40
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Nun moon on tlic 24 til nt.lh. 3(lm. u. in.
MONDAY, JUNE 20, 1892.
Am Stun Aloha, Johnson, 13 dnyn fioiu
Stinr .Mlkahala from Kauai
Stinr Clatidino from .Man!
Sclir ICauikoaoullfrom Kohala
S S Yauushlro Maru, Young, from Yo-
kohnina anil Hongkong
Stinr C R Bishop for Waianae, Wal-
alua, Knliuku at 1) a in.
Slmr Waialoalo for Lalialna. Kukui-
haole and Uonokaa at 1U a m
Stmr J A Cummins for Walmaualo
and Koolau at 10 a in
Stinr Kaala for Kilnuca and llnualci
at 4 p in
'Stmr Mokolii for Moloknl and Lauai
nt 5 p in
.Stmr Waiuiannlo for MoluKui am!
.Maui at S p in
VESSELS LEAVIHu TO-MORROW.
'Stinr (Jlaudinc for Maui ms p in
.Stinr Mlkahala for Kau.n ti. b p m
b S Austialia, Uoiulluitc.for ban Fian-
CAKCUEb H1GM ISLAND FCfilS.
.Stinr Mikahal.i 2(178 bags sugar, 200
bags lice, lf0 sheep, 1 calf, 18 hides.
10u pkg. suiidrii's.
Stinr cliiiuiiiie -22.'2 li.igs s-tiar, -10 bags
tin 0,273 bag (.urn, ;t2 liund cattle.
1 Ikiim;, 711 hidun and 150 pkgs btiu
From Kauai pur stmr Mlkahila. June
1!) Gov W 1J Jtice, iMibS hti'veiis, Mrs U
M Cook and son, II Kcltier, witu and 2
idiildicu, U de Mullo. uifo and child
ilibS Ij Poor, AlibS L Tliump'-ou, K
Hutchinson, II llempcll, II Wlllguiotli.
0 I. biito.iMii,-, A il 1'ans, Mrs M Ail.iu,
(J WultuiM, U.ipt Muse, U H JJuhop. A
1j .Mai tin.-, It '1'uuianng.i, llr Maktijaa
JJr Kimishiuia. Dr .Mitainuia, iliv
bhlda, ilr llatta, and 71 deck.
From Maul per Mini- Ulaudine, .Juno
20 G K Wilder, O Ciclglitou, l)v. Laid
lav and wife, Miss Helen Wilder, Mr
Magee, A T Atkiiihiui, O A Allen, J
Hioivu. F Naka, .1 L Knulukou, ,s
1 luiilccworlli, A n l'llleati, Mis healing
nnd daugiitir, v in II G Tie dway, u tl
Dinkey, J Dow, 11ms .Molt, J A Gun
salves, Jim i iniMler, Lttii lioiig. Ah
tiing, Ung Yuen, and 2:1 1 tck.
FOREIGN VESSELS IN FOfil.
.S h 'an Kiiiiieiteo. Jtear-Mhuiia)
liiowu, from i-ian Diego
Aus wni.-liip Fasaiia fioin hini Franuiseo
Am 5-ni sehr Louis, Hatch, fioin Nuw
eaule. N W
Am bk Albeit, Winding, from San Fran
cisco Am Pit Paetolus, Beadle, from Newcastle,
N 8 W
Am bkt W 11 Diinond. Nelson, from San
Am bk Ceylon, Calhoun, from San Fran
cisco Am bkino Planter, Dow, from San Frau
cleo 11 r fchlp Uemiiore, Jenkins, from Liver
pool ICe bk Ophir, llrugulere, fioin Newcastle,
N S W
Brit bk .Sumatra from Newcastle, N S V
Biit bk Veritas from Newcastle, N S W
Am selir Aloha, Johnson,1 from San
Tho bark Albert Is loading with sugar
at lliu V. S S. Co 's wlituf.
'J he steamer W. G Hall will bn due
tomorrow morning in time to catch thu
'I ho bark Huvfriiuu has about finished
dlscbaiglng coal. Shu will load with
ballast for thu Sound,
The schooner Aloha, Johnson master,
nrrhed Miuday, thirteen days from the
Golden Gale, with a cargo of general
meiehamlUe. Miu commenced discharg
ing at Hrewer's wlsaif thin innrulug.
The Kcvynl Iluwniimi Military Bunil
tinder the Icuilernliip of Professor II,
Burger w ill give u concert nt Hawaiian
Hotel tliis evening at 7:110 o'clock.
Thu following is tho program:
1. Maieh-'-Tho Admiral". ..Mlllueker
2 OviTliuu liunillt Tilcks".. Sii)))U
8, Finale LolieiigiJu" Wagner
4. "Jteminiseeneesol Uffuubiieli"
"Ulwl Nanl.', "Ilolu Waliiiea."
C .Medley "Popular Melodlm"
I! Gavotte-' Itlilue Sounds".. ..Lalaii
7. Walt. -"looi Nights"... stiaiiKs
H. Medlj--.Noilh tiud houlh"
( . ...... . Tobuul
LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS.
Diamond IIrad, 3 p. in. Weather
clear, wind fresh northeast.
Tub dredge has been towed hi and
is lying near tho King's boathouso
Hi'.vkn eases of drunkenness wore
disposed of in the Police Court thin
Captain Hkai'H, thu innn-lisli, will
leave for tho Coast to-nionow on thu
Hkad Sir Edwin Arnold's account
of his visit heru in the "1'aradisu of
The yachts were out again on Sat
urday afternoon. Thoy arc getting in
trim for tho Fourth of July.
Tin: annual meeting of the British
Uenevolent Society will ho held this
evening in tho Y. M. C. A. rooms.
Chas Leonard w ih arrested yester
day for larceny of $fi0 Leonard made
suitable amends to-day and was dis
charged. Tin: bind will play at the Hawaiian
Hotel this evening, principally for thu
bene lit of thoso leaving by thu S. S.
Hon. W. II. Cornwell will not par
ticipate in the races at Kahului on
July -1 1 1 1 , notwithstanding what the
Advertt.-er says this morning.
Tin: H'hnouui Aloha heat the brig
W.Q.I i win fioin San Francisco to
this port, having arrived yesterday in
1!J days. '1 he Irwin is not yet sig
naled. A company of bluejackets from the
Austro-Hungarian corvette Ftisiuiu
was landed this morning for drill on
the old baseball grounds. They (car
Thk cocoanut tree presented by
Queen Dowager Kapiolani co the Gol
den Qulo Paik, San Francisco, has
been safely loaded on the upper deck
of the Australia.
Thk S. S. Yaniashiro Maru fiom
Yokohama and Hongkong with im
migrants in lived and anchored oil'
port at !i o'clock this afternoon. She
is advertised to leave for thu same
Hon. It D. Walliridgo, President of
the Maui Iiacing Association, has ex
tended an invitation to the members
of the press to be present at the
Fourth of July meeting of the Asso
ciation at Wailuku.
A nativk named Paahao from Hji
makiia, Hawaii, was committed to the
Insane Asylum on Saturday, on the
evidence- of Dr. C. A. Peterson that lie
is insane. Paaliao imiiginu that he
has lots of weilth. He l-oe'aims that
lie fought with Kamehameli.i I.
LinTnitS have been received here
for the Gillig par y, who are expected
by tho steamer China to-day from
I ipau. They will probably make a
short slay here, and visit the Volcano,
as they have to be in New York next
month, to join their beautiful yacht
for the yachting season, Mr. Gillig
being a member of the New Ynik
Yiiohl Club. Mr. and Mrs. Gillig
seem to have a deep uloha for the
A iiotisi: below the prison is to lot.
C. J. McCarthy has lots on Lilihu
at i eel for sale. !5-tf
Kewaiid is ollered for thu n turn of
a lost music book.
Al'l'Klt sii.ivmg use Cucumber Skin
I iiuic. Dciifon, Smith it Co., Agents.
Jar. F. Moiican will hold a salo of
groceries and liquors at 10 a. in, Fri-
biiNiiiiKK lelieved at once by Cu
eumbei 'Ionic, ileiisoii, Smith & Co.,
Tiik 15i tuuuick bilhaid pailois aio
the. most elecaut (ileasiue resort in
I Toiii iliilu. li-tf
"WilKitK shall I sec yon this evun
ingV" "Oh, Mime old place, the
Ki:ai. estate in Molokai will bo s ild
at auction by L. J. Levey at his sales
room June 22.
10. J. Mouoan, carpenter and build
er. 81 Bcretauia street, solicits busi
ness and will give prompt attention to
all jobbing orders.
Thk wreck of tho steamer Akamai,
as she now lies stranded at Waialua,
will be sold at that place at U o'clock
Dui.lclotJK coneu and chocolate will
bo served every morning early at the
Palace lee Cieam Parlors, Ludwigsun,
& Cion, Holel street. I-if
IIoiniON, Newman & Co. call atten
tion to a supply of hot wuler hags of
different sizes. No household is well
equipped without this convenience.
A okntluman living at Arlington
Hotel wishes to purohaso .1 hoise,
harness and top vehicle in good con
dition, from one who will sell very
Diikhhmakino, Cutting nnd Fitting
done at ladies' houses. I'm feet lit
gumanteed. MISS WOLF. 73 Bero
tania stieet, or Mutual telephone 01)0,
bcfniu 8 a. 111, or o:30 p, m. 8-3m
Miss Maiiv Lyi.i;, lately book-kcopor
with Kgan & G111111, is prepared to do
Btenogiaphing and type-writing at
moderate rates. Gradualu of Heahl's
Business College, San Francisco.
Ollieo with O. J. McOaithy, 35 Mer
chant street. 2-1 in
A traveling man who chanced to
be in the store of E. V. Wood, ut
Mclvees Rocks, Pa,, says while he
was waiting to see Mr. Wood, u little
gill came in with uu empty bottle la
beled Chamberlain's Pain Balm and
said: "Mamma wants another bot
tle of that inidiciuu; she says it Is
tho best medicine for rheumatism she
over used." 50 cent bottles for sale
by all dealers, Benson, Smith &Co.,
Monday, June 20, 1S!)2.
Assembly convcncil tit 10 o'clock.
Prayer by thu chaplain and reading
of this minutes by the clerk nml by
the interpreter. Minutes approved
as read. The following petitions
were presented and read :
Uy Uep. Wilder, a number 'of pe
titions from various districts that the
duty on rice he retained. Tabled
for consideration with bill.
Like petitions on the same subject
were picseiited by Uep. White. Aki
na, Kanealii, Kaiinamano and Ed
monds. All tabled for future consid
eration. Rep. Knmaitoha presented peti
tions, (1) that licenses he granted to
allow the distillation of liquors; (2)
to allow the sale of wines and beer.
Laid on the table for consideration
Itcp. Nawahi, from Hilo, that the
law relating to the appointment of
tax assessors-ln-chief be repealed.
Tabled. Also, that when tho pay of
police be appropriated the sums be
personally itemized. Tabled. Also,
that an appropriation be made for a
road from Hilo through Puna. To
Public Lands. Also, that the sum of
$1500 he appropriated for the im
provement of a landing at Puna. To
By Uep. Bush, from -13 voters of
Honolulu, that a new Constitution be
granted. Tabled for bill.
Minister Whiting announced that
the Report of the Attorney-General's
Department was printed in English
and ready for distribution ; the Ha
waiian version would he presented
when the printing was finished.
Rep. Wilder, from the Committee
on Commerce, presented the follow
ing report on Bill No. 11, relating to
tho duties on coffee, viz. :
"Your committee beg leave to re
port that they have hud under con
sideration Bill No. 11. This is a bill
to increase the duties on coffee to 12
cents per lb. We do not understand
this to boa bill to increase the revenue,
but if passed no doubt it would have
that effect to a small extent. As
the amount of coffee raised in this
Kingdom is not near enough for our
homo consumption as we find from
the report of the Collector-General,
that for the year ending December
31, 18U1, there was imported into
this Kingdom 122,710 ills, and i-nty
3000 lbs. exported. We find thai
the present duty u coffee is (i cents
per lb. In the minds of yniir com
mittee, coffee is not one of the Insure
but one of the most common
articles of food, used in almost every
"We are also aware that the in
come of every family in this King
dom has been greatly reduced, owing
to the great depression in all kinds
of business. And in the minds of
your committee it would be great in
justice (more particularly to the poor
classes) to do anything that would
add to thu presuut cost of living.
Therefore your committee would re
commend that the further consider
ation ot this bill be indefinitely post
poned." Signed 113- all the members
of the committee.
There was considerable discussion
on a motion to adopt the report of
the committee. A motion to accept
the report and place on table for con
sideration with the bill was finally
At 12 o'clock the Assembly took
recess until 1 :30 o'clock.
riu Moi'i.iiitr iiu- r-ullH lor -llirro-nexla.
Satin day afternoon the customary
religious exeicises on board the Morn
iug Star before her departure for her
eleven months' voyage through the
Gilbeit, Marshall and Eastern Caro
line Islands, brought out a large
crowd. Ilawuiians gathered in laige
numbers because there were three
new Hawaiian missionaries leaving
for the Gilbert Islands. They were
all students of the North Pacific Mis
sionary Institute, and with their wives
had volunteeted only two months ago
to respond to the call that had come
up from thu aged and infirm Hawai
ian tnissiouaiies theie for new re
cruits. They will ho lauded on Bu
taritari and remain thereuntil, at the
meeting of the Gilbert Island Mis
sion, their several fields of labor will
be assigned to them. Seven natives
of Butaritari from the Pahaia planta
tion returned home on the Star. Miss
Palmer, from Cedar Rapids, and Miss
Abell, from Ubcrlin, go to the Girls'
Schools, on Kusaie ami on Ruk. Mr.
Bowkur returns to his home at Meta
lauiiii, Ponupe. He has been the
carpeuter of tho Mission for suvenil
This event formed a fitting close
to the Anniversary exercises of the
Hawaiian Evangelical Association,
which has been in session the lust
two weeks. Thu attendance has
been very good. The churchoi feel
the pinching of "hard times" iu va
rious ways. One principal topic of
debate was tho evils of the supersti
tious beliof iu the power of tho Ka
huna. It is evidently, however, thu
very dregs of folly and trickery that
nave foamed up again. It is hard to
eradicate inbred notions from a
whole peoplu in two geneiations, and
the process is not yet complete. The
younger generation of ministers wiio
have been brought up under the
clearer light of recent educational
advantages me less under the do
minion of superstitious belief and
fears, Over thirty of the pastors
and delegates have been entertained
tttthi) North Pacillu Missionary Jn-bltltili).
FOURTH OF JULY.
.Ileellnff or Aiiierlruu (!illznUH lo Pro
vliln lor tlii (Ylrhriiltnti.
Pursuant to a call for American
citizens to meet at thu Hawaiian Ho
tel to arrange for a fitting celebra
tion of the Eotirth of July, about
twenty assembled in the new lanai
of that establishment Satutday even
ing. His Excellency J. L. Stevens,
U. S. Minister, called the meeting lo
order Mr. J. B. Atherton was
elected chairman, and Mr. J. A.
The appointment of committees
was next in order. An executive
committee of twenty-one was elected
Executive Commit Ice Prof, ycott
(chairman), Consul-Gencral Sever
ance, Dr. Nicholls, Wm. II. Hoogs,
F. B. McStockcr, J. A. Gilinan,
Chas. Wilder, Hon. R. D. Will
bridge, J. W. Winter, U. J. Greene,
Dr. Anderson, C. II. Eldiidge, Geo.
II. Paris, W. F. Allen, J. W. Pratt,
W. P. Boyd, E. F. Bishop, G. W.
Smith, Dr. G. P. Audiuws, F. S.
Dodge, G. K. Wilder.
Lieutenant-Commander Tilley, of
the U. S. F. S. San Francisco, stated
that he represented Admiral Brown,
and tendered the Hoc of the San
Francisco's band for the day. He
also staled it was thu ship's intention
to have boat races on the Fourth. A
vote of thanks was passed by Ihe
meeting lo the Admiral for his gen
Mr. T. C. Porter wished that tho
matter of arranging a program be
left entirely in the hands of the ex
Prof. Scott thought it would ne
cessitate some trouble and delay.
Thought the committee should report
to the meeting as a whole.
Mr. Porter had confidence in what
ever conclusions the committee would
Consul-Gencral II. W. Severance
staled that the sum of S3G was re
maining from last year's celebration.
After further discussion it was de
cided that the Executive Committer
assemble later and have a meeting to
report at their pleasure.
The committee assembled at 8:30
o'clock. Mr. J. V. Pratt was ap
pointed a committee of one on salutes.
Literary exercises Prof. M. M.
Scott (chairman), U. S. Consul-General
II. W. Severance and Dr. E. A.
Mr. F. B. McStocker made a mo
tion that fireworks be provisionally
incorporated and a committee be ap
pointed to report its feasibility. The
following committee was appointed:
F. B. McS'oikcr (chairman), W. P
Boyd and V. 11 II .og-
Finance couuuiUec W F Allen,
U. Jay Gieeno, C. II. Ei-'r.dge, Goo
11. Paris and E. F. Bi hop. This
column Lee was instructed to take in
the city front 111 their solicitations, for
Committee on Sports Dr Ander
son (chairman). Hon. U. D. Wal
bridge and J. A. Gilimiu. I he in
sertion of sports in the program i-
Bill committee W. H.
(chairman), J. A. Gilinan,
Wilder, E. F. Bishop and
The meeting adjourned subject to
the call of the chair.
Dr. and .Mrs. Miner and child had
a narrow escape from a serious acci
dent on Sal unlay night. The doctor
and wife weie driving on Hotel street,
when, near the Y. M. C A., a nalivo
on horseback ran into the buggy, up
setting it. Ihe oceiip'ints were thrown
violently to the ground. The doctor
cscaptd with a few hiuisc- on the
arm ami hip, while Mi. Muiei sus
tained injuries to liei arm The
litt'e d uighier was badly nhaken up
Tue rider win picked ti iu-iii uncon
scious condition, and w.is found to
have his j iw brok 11.
V. V. ASHFOKD GOiE.
Col V. V. Ashford, who went to
Mahiikona by the steamer Hawaii on
thu 10th iust., was hioughl from that
port by ihe same steamer and put 0:1
hoard tho hrignutiue J. D. Sprockets
for San Francisco outside of Kuhului
The Bui.i.Ki'is had an item in Fri
day's issue that a steamer supposed
to be the Hawaii was seen off
The best spring medicine is a dose
or two of St. Patrick's Pills. They
not only physic but cleanse the vhole
system and purify the blood. For
sale by Benson, Smith & Co., Agents.
TO-HfORItOW, June a 1st,
AT tl O'OMMJK A .11 .
Tho Wrack of the Little Steamer
Will bo sold at Public Auction at Wai
alua, whom she now lies, to the highest
bidder for tho benefit of whom It may
concern. 4fil It
OX Filday night between Union
stieet and .the boat Landing, a
Manuscript .Music. Honk, Anyone 10
luinlng saiiii) to thin olllcu will u-eelvu a
suitable ruwaul. 4fn it
iiuuhr. oeiuw inn i-ri-soii.
contains 6 Unions
lib higiooiu, I 'a n try. Kitchen
and llatlt. Iteni Sin neriiinniii Apply
l i- r. i-n.il. iniii-..,
4Til 1 in At II F. Wiehtuiiu's.
THE OLDEST DAILY hi tho
X KhigdmuTho Dally milluliu.
HOT WATER BAGS.;
THE eflicney of hoi water in inllain
nialniy conditions can baldly bo
overraieil. To u limited iwlonl its
value lias long been known. Our
giandnioiheis made use of woolen
cloths dipped in hot water as n sub
stitute fur lioi-water bags. At piusont
the worth of this remedy in almost nil
fniniK of pain is generally rocogui.od
by the medical profess'on.
Hot cloths, however, are not con
venient of application; are apt to wot
the clothe'', iml ?buy soon cool and
icipiiie lepeateil (lipping. The lubber
bag is in every rospjet superior. Oneo
biotight to the proper toniporaluio,
the heal is long retained; it U 11e.it,
and oas.v of application.
Wo hiivo them in sizes of 1, 2, 3
and 4 quarts.
Every household should hae one
at least ready for an emergency.
HOBRON, NEWMAN & CO..
Cor-uci- IfniM te ICInur t.eciH.
DON'T FAIL TO HEAR
Wizard Edison's Latest
The admhatlon and woii'ler o' the lith
century, will ha 011 exhibition on June
lSth, from !) a. m. to t) i M., at
LUDWIGSEN & CRON'S STORE,
For a ohoit lime only, with a N'ew and
Choice Selection of Records by the ino-t
450 lw (!. STOECKLB.
Y . TV
J . .A..
MONDAY EVENING, June 20 h.
AT 7::0 OTMM'K.
Lor lure on SoSurnhns
By Plior. K-;': ' t M Is 1 olloge.
Illu-tr.itt'd by a I-inc. ( o lecilt.11 of
ADM SS'O. : : : : 50 C TS.
4 11) Jt
i. J. MO;i.GAN.
CARPEN ER f & BUILDt .
lohb'iig promptly alien led 'o-
84 nerjlani: St. -?tJu , Be I ?.le. 280
4.". I :tii
Il 011 Frame, Xe.ulv N'ew.
Pi ice ylbO.
Cc2r Apidy 011 hoard H 11k "Veiit,i."
hK.MI.AXM' L .Meeting of the
lliiaul of 'liutee of ilii-Oiki-ii"-
Hospital will be hnlil 011 U Kl. K-DA Y
NEXT, the 2-jd lin-l.. at i:'M) oMocl, A
M , at tin' Ito tin "f Ihe I'll iniberof C'o'n
uieice. Klin-lion nt Olliei-r- mid Physi
cian. A full nllcud.tiicc i- de-iled.
F. A. S 'II KFF.R A" CO ,
ee elm v.
Honolulu, June IS. IM-J. l.'i't) :tt
NO Hi li
"YJOTI 'K Is lieiebj given thai the uti
lN (leisigned have limiiilu th- Kit
Plantation siluitiil iu Paiolo Vtille .
O.1I111, leneloforo conducted 11 ii(l-r the
ilium: of Tom Aug by lug C'hny. anil
that all imU'liti'ilnr.ss, ii any, existing oil
account of Mild plantation, K lo he paid
by said Tom Aug or lug Cho, and that
we will not bo icspoiisiblc thciefnr.
4 Wilt III TIN GUX.
M9 a f -OTTAOIO on ileretaula
$ Vv stieet Xo. 01), noithwu.-l
SZHit corner, on iiiauka side of load,
containing I Itcdiooins besides Kitchen,
Pantry, bathroom, etu. Tiainway ears
passing. Apply to
41(1 lw IL W. SCHMIDT & SON'S.
ANMU A r, 31 12 15'IJ N G .
rpili: annual meeting of tho lliilish
X Uenevolent Society will be held at
tho Y. ,M. i". A. Room on MONDAY
EVENING, June 20, bT, at 8 o'cloel,.
A full attendance of the subscribers to
this charitable Micloty Is requested,
REV. A. MACKINTOSH,
413 71 Vlee-Pieshlunt.
rpilE StoeMmhleis of Waihee Sugar
L rompaiiy will please tnKe notice
that a Speelal .M'-etlog of 'tocKhohli ir
will be held at C. ltlewel V Co 's olllce,
Queen stieet, on THUlthDAY, .1 n no
yard next, at 1) o'clock A n.
J. O. C! RTKR,
-US lw Secretary Walheo Sugar (Jo.
ClKRTtnOATi: No. fell, fi Shares 1st
helles Stool., Usiieil .Inly 7, lIM), lo
11. M. Dow. Coitille.ilo Xo. .''II."), IU
.Shines 'Jd Seiles stock, issued January
o, Ih'.ll, to II M. Dow. All of the Pio
neer lltiildlug A Loan Association. All
persona aio waiiii-d against negotiating
tho mid rliariis, lib ;it
him vim w-iiiii. ii I'ni'i i-ni I
12nlnrtu'l nail on ltlni; Uros,, w FOR I WSEtC ONLY '
KUi'-nllSSIIul CHILDRENS' SCHOOL HWS FOR 25 CTS.
You Can Telephone For One!
, ' I ,i ' -iH
pulation and an ornament lo the
kitchen. It washes nnd dries pore crockory, glassware and knives and
folks in five minutes than your cook could -1110111! to in an hour. They are
in use in Honolulu and are giving satisfaction. Our supply is limited.
HAWAIIAN HARDWARE CO.,
Fort strtvt, oppo. prockcls' Hunt:, ttomilulu.
ANHEUSER-B U SCH
&rr. josji, riio.
BREWERS OF F3P1E
Pure Malt and Highest Grade Hops !
CSy No Corn or Com preparati in. 11 e i in place of M'llt, as is done
by oilier Fasten Breweries, 111 order to iheapi-n the c st of their I', or,
and ' ) compete with our wond-renoum-d and jus W f.i'ii.-d uticte.
With the Completion of the Wew Brewhouse,
the Brewing Capacity is the Largest
of any Brewery in the World.
Brewing Capacity: 0 kettles every 21 hours, (i,000 Barrels, or 1,800,000
Barrels per year.
Consumption of Material: Malt, 12,000 bushels per day 3,600,000
bushels per year. Hops: 7,o00 lbs. per day 2,2f0,000 lbs. per year.
No Corn or Corn .Preparations are used in the manufacture
of the Anhluskr-Busch Br.EU. It is "therefore, the highest priced but the
nost wholesome and really the least expensive for its superior quality.
Annual Shh'ping Capacity : 100,000,000 Bottles and 5,000,000 Kegs.
Tho Aiihcii3Ci-litisi.il Lo. Inn e I'.iriieil olt the highest Iionot's and the
highest class gold medals wherever they have competed. At all of the
International Exhibitions, throughout the world, their Beer excelled all
This Company have prepared n special brand of their highest grade
Beer, for the Hawaiian Islands, known as "KI'EOJAL lJltBW," with
a handsome labol and In white boltle.3, whicli with their best " 13X10 It I?
ANUI'JUMIOU." in dark bottles, heretofore inported, we will now
supply to the trade iu quantities lo btiit.
(. V. MACFAULANE & CO.,
-11.)"! K"ts Tim th ' K 'tnai tan EnIuii1-. t(
s V&&U4& y.
104 Fort hxre?t, Honolulu.
WE HAVE THE VERY LATEST STYLES IN
Hats, Bonnets & Toques !
NEW TRIMMINGS ! NEW RIBBONS I
THE .LATEST CHIFFON TRIMMINGS I
Special Reduction iu School Hats
Our attention is drawn from the
Hendry Breaker lo the
DISH WASHING MACHINES !
Which wc received on the "Di
inond." Thk machine it constructed with
n View I j cutting down tho sales of
tho cum Ucry dealers and keep sets
of dishes Intact. It Is easy of mani
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3ESS EXCLUSIVELY !