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TUESDAY, JUNE 21, 1892.
Am bk S C Allen, Thompson, 13 days
fiom San Francisco
Am brig XV G Irwin, Met'ulloch, 15 days
from San Fianoiseo
Stmr W G Hall from Maui and Hawaii
SSAustialiu, lloudlette.for San Fran
cisco Stmr Claudinc for Maui at 5 p m
StmrMikaliala for Kauai .11 5 p 111
Stmr J A Cummins tor ICoolau.
CARGOES FROM ISLAND PORTS.
Stmr WG Hall 4430 bags sugar, 15 sack-,
coffee, '2' head cattle, 70 package
butter, and 150 packages sundries.
For San Francisco per stmr Australia,
June '2 Miss M Crowley, l lljmaii,
Mr Pilieau, I) McCouiston, II Mc
Coniston. Miss Mci'oiriston, Mis
W K Ki-x. Mis McCartney, Mis
V'ula MclJaituey, .1 S MoCaudless,
.1 S Enieri-on, iMi-s .Jolnihtouc, Win G
.lolinstoiic, Miss 10 T Adams, ri ( harles
woith. F XV Olailc, O Bo.sse, Miss A llas
foit, Mli- ) Kauffinan, P Peek, XV Y
lluiucr, .li, Kev 11 Stoy, Miss Stoy.
Mrb Fletcher liyer, Mrs A G Haws, Mis,
McMuity, Miss MuMuity, J aim, 11
Goldsmith, OF I utgeu, Miss B0I111. Mis
Pedler, K I Lillie, Carl Welters, P Op
fergelt, Mi and Mrs Gait, Miss Flournov
Mis (3i av, Master It U McLean, Miss B
Bindt, Miss A Nott, Geo Watt.
From laui and Hawaii per stmr XV h
Hall, June 21 Dr Ijiit, Mr Jolmstone,
Mis Johnstone. Hon 11 1' Baldwin, Miss
Baldwin, Mis Gallagher, Hon JKichnid
son, Bro Frances, W II Stone, A Gi rtz,
G Itoss, I'ctcr I.ec, Mr Madlgau, and CO
Kiom San Francisco per baik S C
Allen, June 21 Henry Mctt.
From -an Francisco per brig W G Ir
win, June 21 Heniy Alexander, L T
Howard and Glaieuce Baiuet.
The baik S O Allen and brig W G Ir
win came into port this morning 13 and
15 days icspectively f 10111 ;-au Fianclsco
with caigocs of gc iH'i ul ini'ieliaiidUe.
'I lie Allen is in t lie - ream while the Ir
win is at the () s wlniif.
The schooner I.nui-. is le'leving tlic
riteamcr XV G Hull of pint of her sugar.
The Auslialia'fccaigo to-day coiiiisted.
exclusive of Mindly ariicle. of 7143
bags of sugar, W G Irwin & i o, HS27
liiiiichC'S bauauiifr, 3000 of which wcic
shiiipcd by ( ampbell, Mitr-Iitill & Uo,21l
bundles gi ecu hides, F F I'ottcr; 387 do,
ctc.,M W McGhesney & Sons; 1100 bags
rice II man Bros, 351 do. M Phillips &
Co, UiHS do, .-ing hong & Co. 820 do,
M S Griiihaum & Co, and 150 boxes
AN EXPOSURE THAT DIDN'T EXPOSE.
John P. Quinn, un ex-gambler
from ChicuKO, was anuounccil to ex
pose the tricks of the trade in Young
Men's Christian Association Hull,
New York, on a recent afternoon.
Ex-Guuibler Quinn did not give away
any of the business secrets of his
former profession. On the table be
side him were a faro box, a small
roulette wheel and several packs of
cards, and with these he showed that
he could deal any way he wished ami
turn up any color he wanted to, but
fulled to tell how he did it.
When the congregation said it
would bet its money on the red card
in u suppositious uainc of rouge-et-noir
ex-Gumbler Quinn turned up a
black card. He dealt 110 end of
imaginary poker bauds with a pack
of marked cardB, in every case giving
himself the best, but beyond saying
thut the cards were uiaikcd he did
not reveal how the denier could mani
pulate them without being delected.
After this exposure which did not ex
pose he talked for an hour on the
evils of gambling, in the course of
his harangue lie said that in the
twenly-llvu years he was u gambler
he never opened u gambling house
except iiinler police protection, for
which he paid large sums.
Whitelaw Kcid is not the man ho
was four years ago. His foiiu is
bent and his gait is thut of a man
w ell along in thu sixties, Acting on
the advice of his family physician,
ho has taken to lioisuback-riding and
carriage diivew, and may be seen any
lair morning in the company of 1),
O Mills on thu central drive near
the Alult, N, V, lfecorder.
LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS.
Vesuvius is throwing up large
i quantities of lavu.
Tub S. S. Australia to-day carried
one hunliroil ami ui'ghty-Bcven pusson
gore. Tun phonograph at Ludwigsen it
Cion's candy storu is largely nttondcil
The trial of Henry F. Foor for em
bezzlement haw again been postponed
to Juno 28.
Hi:nhy iMkti', a wine-maker of Ger
many, whb a passenger by the bark
Hon. II. 1. Baldwin of Maui was a
passenger ty the steamer W. G. Hall
The Buli.ktin is indebted to Pilot
Loreiu.cn for a San Francisco Chroni
cle of June 8th.
Thuee dozen litre chickens were im
ported by the brig Irwin to-day for
W. G Irwin & Co,
Thk dredge came into port for 11
supply of coal and was towed out
again this morning.
New York's committeo of 100 on
the Columbian celebration propose a
live days' celebration.
The concert at the Hawaiian Hotel
last evening was listened to with de
light by it largo number of people.
It. C. Bkiios, seciotary of the Oak
land Street Kiiilwny Company, is a
defaulter in .$10,000 and lias disap
peared. Mu. Peter Lee, manager of the Vol
cano House, is in town, having arriv
ed by the steamer V. G. Hall this
Six troops of cavalry have started
for Wyoming under secret orders.
Hustlers fearing martial lavr aro leav
ing the country.
IIku Majesty the Queen will give a
breakfast at lolaui Palace to the offi
cers of the Austro-Hungarian corvette
The wreck of the steamer Akamai
was sold to-day lor $505 to Mr. Pekclo
of Wuialuu. The new owner will en
deavor to iloat her off again.
Oattain It. Dabkl bad greatly im
proved when tbo bark S. C. Allen left
San Francisco. The captain's many
friends will be glad to hear of this.
Sixty-six bodies have been recov
ered from the ruins at Oil City, Pa.
Food is becoming scarce ami the re
lief committee have their bauds full.
The examination of persons yester
day on the death of Walter White
failed to throw any light on the mat
ter. A verdict to thut effect was there
Hemembku Unit all goods offered at
the auction eale on Friday, June 24th,
for account of H. Hackfcld & Co.,
111 list be sold rcgardle.is of cost, to
The departure of the S. S. Austra
lia to-day was 11 lively occasion. The
biuul was in attendance and ended
with national anthems. The steerage
berths were crowded with Portuguese.
Mit. J. A. Gonsalves the photo
grapher brought with him from Maui
bushes of silver sword plantB taken
from the crater of Halcakala. When
seen at a distance they shine like
A bon of Capt. Howard, superinten
dent of the Oceanic Steamship Com
pany, came down by the Irwin. He
is a pleasant looking youth and it is
hoped he will much enjoy his visit to
Up till tluee o'clock the Legislature
took all the time, without arriving at
a decision, in discussing the resolution
introduced this morning. The reso
lution, relating to the lepers, was lo.-t
at 3-J5, by 23 to 1'J.
The mail hence by the Australia
com pi ii-id 7018 letters and 3022
papeis. Tlieie would have been many
more letters if it were not that the
Client, il mail is lesorvcd for the Ya
maHliiro Maru going direct.
Mit. L. E. l'inkh 111 of Boston in
heie again, having come by the Aus
tralia to superintend the now coal
wharf for the O. It & L. Co., the
machinery for quickly handling coal
cargoes being on the ground.
San Francisco has a reign of terror.
Chinese highbinders threaten to mas
sacre white woman missionaries and
Chinese Christian converts because
they aro engaged in rescuing Chinese
fc-malo slaves. There is a polico guard
on duty day and night.
Neahly 1000 men have resumed
work in the Spreckels refinery, Phila
delphia, after u shutdown of ubout
three months. Manager Petorson
said the sugar would be put on the
market again without referenco to
such prices as any trust might dic
tate. The gangway on the S. S. Austra
lia was lowered rhortly after noon to
day, and loft live gentlemen, two of
whom woro Hons. W. H. Cornwoll
and J. Kaluna, on the stcamc. A
rush was made for the bow and they
dci-ccndcd with some difficulty hand
over hand by a ropo, Hon. J. Kaluna
was unfortunate, having his bauds
bruised in making the descent.
The lecture on Columbus by Piof.
Keep, of Mills College, at the Y. M.
C. A. ball last evening was attended
by sixty or buventy persons. The
Professor was introduced by Mr.
F. J. Lowrey. Thu lantern slides mani
pulated by Hon. C. W. Asbforil and
C, W. Hcdcmanii of the Camera Club
were beautiful. The audience was
kept in rapt attention for over an
hour by a very interesting tulk.
Tub bark S. (3. Allen univei! oil'
port last night audcainuin this morn
ing with a mow of non-union men.
CaptaiuTliompsou had great difficulty
in getting away from San Francisco
owing to the interference of union
sailors. Tim captain ci ullnucd the
rcpoit about a union sailor buing slab
bed to death, and related how several
of his men were more or less hurt, but
none seriously. Thu Alien brought a
day's later news,
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Tuesday, June 21, 1892.
Assembly convened at 10. Min
utes were read utid approved.
The following petitions were pre
sented and referred:
Lty Rep. Kapahu, fioin Knu, that
io'OO be appropriated for roads in Hint
district. Tabled for Appropriation
By Hep. Knucalli, from Honolulu,
that buck farc9 be revised and regu
lated by law. Tabled for bill.
By Noble Pua, from Honolulu, that
a new Constitution be grunted. Ta
bled for bill.
By Rep. Katnauoha, from Honolu
lu, that no more lepers be sent to
By Rep. Nahinu, from Molokai,
that a new Constitution be granted.
By Rep. Ioscpa, from Kaupo, that
Kipahulu mid Honuaula be made sep
arate election districts. Tabled.
Noble Williams, from the Printing
Committee, reported Bill No. G9 as
Rep. Nawahi offered a resolution
to the Minister of the Interior to in
form the Board of Health that the
Assembly do not wish any more lepers
sent to Molokai from the receiving
9tation at Kalihi and that Dr. McLen
nan and Mr. Lowell be allowed to
experiment with their remedies.
A leugthy controversy was indulged
in by members, 011 the adoption of
this resolution, and, pending action
thereon, the Assembly, at 11:35, on
motion of Noble Neumann, took re
cess until 1 :30 p. in.
BRITISH BENEVOLENT SOCIETY.
The annual meeting of this society
was held in the parlor of the Y. M.
C. A. 011 the evening of Monday
last. There was but a small attend
ance of members. The Treasurer's
report laid before the meeting showed
that the receipts from all sources
during the past year amounted to
S83G.23, and that the balance brought
forward from last year was $114G.61,
making in all $1982.84. Of this
amount S18G7.44 has been disbursed
in the following manner: Funeral
expenses, S10; assisted passages,
155; Hospital bills, 8120.14; pen
sions, S1575.05; advertising, cii.,
$7.25. In all S18G7.44, leaving a
balance on hand of $115.10. 'The
Treasurer stated in his report that
the average amount disbursed by the
society during .the five years preced
ing the past year was $1414 G5 an
nually, from which it appears that
the assistance tendered duriuir the
last year exceeded the average of
the five previous years thirty-one per
cent. The Treasurer expressed the
fear that the subscriptions would not
amount to as much in the future,
while at the same time there seemed
a prospect of the demands on the so
ciety being increased, and he urged
the members to exert themselves to
secure new subscribers. Mr. T. R.
Walker then gave an account of the
formation of the Central Relief Com
mittee, and explained the connection
of the society therewith.
On the motion of Mr. Hill the pre
sent officers were re-elected for the
ensuing year, and a vote of thanks
for their past services was heartily
agreed to. The meeting then ad
journed. It will be seen that this society has
been very active in good work, and
it is to be most sincerely hoped that
all British residents in the islands
who are not bubaciibers at present
will immediately join the society.
The ulliceiR of the society are:
Majoi J. II. Wodehousc, Presi
dent. Rev. Alex. Mackintosh, Vice-President.
J. N. S. Williams, Ticasurer.
F. M. Swanzy, Secretary.
Messis. Alex. Young, Win. Roe,
D. M. Crowley, Robt. Catton, T. R.
Lucas, and Robt. More, Relief Com
mittee. KAMEHAM2HA DAY AT WAIMEA.
The eleventh of June was a gala
day at Waimea, Kauai. Sporting
events which iucluded bout rac. 3,
foot races, swimming races, tug-of-war,
putting the shot, and baseball
were given for the special benefit of
employees of the Makaweli Planta
tion, who attended in large numbers.
At 4 o'clock in the afternoon a.
spread was given in the hull of the
Young Men's Club, and a crowd sat
down to enjoy the many good things.
At 7:30 the sume club gave a theat
rical exhibition in the hall and no
less than one hundred were in at
tendance. Mr. Geo. Simeona was
the promoter of thu exhibition. Tlio
day passed off pleasantly and many
were the wishes thut the eleventh of
Juuc could come ofteuer.
S. S. YAMASHIRO MARU.
The S. S. Yumashiro Main from
Japan; which arrived yeslerdui', as
then reported, entered the harbor at
noon to-day and anchored. A Japan
ese passenger had measles but was
convalescent, and all the passengers
are put in quarantine to the eight
eenth day from Yokohama. There
ure 1082 Jupuuesu immigrants for
labor on board. Captain Brown, who
was here in command of the T'aka
sago Maru in 1888, Is master of the
Yumashiro this trip, uud his friends
will be glad to see him again.
Thu bust spring medicine is 11 dosu
or two of Hi. I'utrlck'u Pills. They
not only physic but cleanse the whole
system uud purify the blood. For
buIu by llciison, .Smith & Co,, Agents.
CHINESE FOR HONOLULU.
"ot to bn Allowed to tinml at linr
milliic In Han Ki-nncNco.
The Collector of Customs at Snn
Francisco has been instructed bv the
Secretary of the Treasury at Wash
ington to discontinue the practice of
allowing to land at the quarantine
station of Angel island Chinese immi
grants originally destined for Hono
lulu nnd who were denied ndiiii9ioti
at this port because of the existence
among them of contagious disease.
Transportation companies will be
compelled to make suitable provi
sions otherwise for the accommoda
tion of this class of Immigrants.
PLAIN ENC ISHAND "STYLE."
I am told that the matchless writ
ing of Macaulay is nowadays jeered
at. I am not sure whether it is al
lowed to be "style" ; I am not sure
whether it is allowed to be "litera
ture." I have now and then made
some efforts to tind out what "style"
and "literature" are. I Had that
they arc something very different
from Macaulay, something very dif
ferent from Arnold, something, I
might go on to say, very different
from Gibbon. I have tried the writ
ing of a notable "stylist," the great
living model, I am told, of style.
Now, did anybody ever have to read
over a senteneu of Macaulay, or of
Arnold, or even of the artificial Gib
bon, a second lime simply in order to
find out its meaning? But I found
that in my "stylist" a plain man
could not make out the meaning of
a single sentence without greater
pains than are needed to follow an
imperfectly known foreieu language.
A story seemed to be told; but there
was no making out whether the story
was meant to be fact or fiction. I
will not say that I have imitated Ma
caulay's style, because I gather from
what I saw of my "stylist" that
Macaulay has no "style." I have
not consciously imitated his manner
of writing that is, I have not tried
to write like him. Yet Macaulay's
manner of writing has been in the
highest measure an influence with
me. I have learned from him to say
what I mean and to mean what 1 say
to cut my sentences short, not to
be afraid of repeating the same word,
not to talk about "the former" and
"the latter," but to call men and
things whatever they arc. I have
learned from him to say what I have
to say 111 the purest, the cleanest, the
strongest, aye, and the most rhythmi
cal English that J can muster. If
my "stylist" is "style" and Lord
Macau'ay is not "style," a man who
wisjies to undcistuud will say sonic
thing more than "sii'pe styluin
vertas;" he will say good-bye to
"style" and stick to plain English.
The late ICdward A. Freeman, in the
C. J. McCakthv litis lots on l.ilili.,
street for t.il-. 3-if
Al-'lEK shaving in-e Cucumber Ski
Ionic. BeiiMin, Smith ii Co., Agcul
Sunjhikn ii'licved at onec by Cu
cumber Tonic. lieiiMiii, Smiili it On.
Tnu 13ruiMh:k liillunl pailors uic
the most elegant pleasure icsoil in
"Wiikke shall I set' you Ihih even
ing?" "Ob, same old place, the
BruiiKwiuk." (J tf
Ul.l.lclous ciuiee anil ehoeolale will
lie sen cil every inuiiiiiig e.itly sit ibe
Palace lco Ci en 111 I'mliii.-, l.iidwigM'ti.
k t'lon. Iloii'l i-lieel. I-11
Vai.ua Hi.u ical estate at Nmpiipai,
Honolulu, and taro pat-hen neat h ,
will be sold ut uiiciiou by J. F. Mot
g.in 011 .Monday in xt.
J K. Kki:aula lino liet-ti iippoini.'d
aii4igeiit to tab: acknowledgment in
labor contracts fur I.', 111, uud 10. It.
linen iliu f.iinc for Wailtiku
A flKNTi.EMA.V llMhg lit Arllllgtiill
Hot' I wisher 10 pin diaso .1 hoifi ,
Inn ueps ,uid top vehicle in good con
dition, fioin one who will sell very
John C. Wurru, Superintendent of
Water Wotks, issues the usual semi
annual notice regarding water rates.
Pay before July 15 or you will bo
taxed ten percent extra.
Dhessmakino, Cutting and Fitting
done at ladies' houses. Perfect lit
guaianteed. MISS WOLF. 73 Berc
tania street, or Mutual telephone G'JG,
before 8 a. 111. or 5:30 p. in. 8-3tn
Mibh AIahy Lyli:, lately book-keeper
with Egan it U111111, is prcpaied to do
stenographing and typewriting at
niudcratu rates. Graduate of llculd's
Business College, San Francisco.
Office with C. J. McCattliy, 35 .Mer
chant street. 2-1 ni
Mr. J. 1'. Hlauc, an extensive real
estate dealer in Dcs Moines, Iowa,
narrowly escaped one of the severest
attacks of pneumonia while in the
northern part of that statu during a
recent blizzard, says the Saturday
lleoiew. Mr. lilai.u hud occasion to
drive several miles during the storm
uud was so thoroughly chilled that
he was unable to gel warm, and in
side nf an hour utter his return he
was threatened with u severe case of
pneumonia or lung fever. Mr. lllaize
scut to thu nearest diug store and
got u bottle of Cliutuherluin's Cough
Heinedy, of which he had often
heard, uud look a number of largu
doses. lie ways the effect was won
derful and that in a short lime he
wus breathing ipiilc easily, He kept
on taking thu medicine uud the next
day was able lu come to Dcs Moines.
Mr. Hltiic rcgaids his ctuc us simply
wonderful. Fifty cent hollies for
sale by all dealers, Ikinson, Smith
& Co,, Agents,
'THE BULLETIN Is the Icadlue
dull) paper of the Kingdom, f0
cciiU per month,
HOT WATER BAGS.
THE eiliem'y of hot water in iiillam
niutoiy conditions can luudly be
ovi'iru'i'd. To a limited oxtcnt its
value has long been known. Our
grandmothers made uso of woolen
cloths dipped in hot water as a sub
stitute for hot-water bags. At piesunt
the wortli of this remedy in almost nil
forniH of pain is generally recognized
by the medical profess'on.
Hut cloths, however, arc not con
venient of applic itton ; aro apt to wet
the olothuj, .mil they soon cool and
require repeated dipping. Tbo rubber
bag is in evciry respect superior. Oiioc
Inougbt to the proper temperature,
the hunt is long retained; it is neat,
and euy of application.
We have t hum in sizes of 1, 2, 3
and 4 quarts.
Every household should luno one
at least ready for an emergency.
HOBRON, NEWMAN & CO.,
Corner Poi'l it Jvlnu: troti.
Till Al NtoutiiHlilii
Is due at this port on June l'Jtb and will
leave for the above poitb on or
SATURDAY, JUNE 25th,
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON.
SS For Freight or Passage, having
supeiior Cabin and btcciage accommo
dations, apply to
Wm. G. IRWIN & CO., L'd,
423 lm Agents.
DON'T FAIL TO HEAR
Wl.ml Kilisotfs I.a'e-t 1
Talk m fch n
The admiration and umi e- ' lie- I !' '
century . will ho on uxlnlii imi 011 .In in
ISili, f 1 0111 tl a. .M o t) i. 11 , at
LODWiGSEN & CRON'S tfORh, I
For a shoit time only, with a New mid !
Choice .selection of IteeoiiN liy the mo.-t
4iilHw C. STOKl'KI.K.
!LTI.jrlX:' i ,1 .- S'
tor Portland, 0., & Victoria, B. C.
TheS. S. "PALMAS"!
Of tlio above Line vtlP lie due at
jc.n si urn i h.
And will have Immediate ilispntih for
lajr For Fi eight or Passage apply to
THEO. H. DAVlES & CO.,
411 17t AgeilK.
i' on - a ..:
lion I'laui''. Ni"iil New. !
&aJ" Apply un Immi'iI iiiuk "Veiila-." !
A SEMI-ANNUAL .Meeting of tlio
Boaid of 'I'liistccs of Un; Queen's
Hospital will be held on WKDNKsDAY
XEXT, thu-2i Inst., at U-.IIO o'clock a.
m , at the Boom of the Cliauiberof Coui
mcicc. Election of Officers and Physi
cian. A full attendance is desired.
Honolulu, June 18, 1BU2. 450 lit
''piIE Stockholders of Waiheo Sugar
J. Company will please take notice
that a .Special Meeting of btocMioldcrs
will be held at C. Brewer it Co ' otllce,
Queen street, on THUJISDAY, June
'2;)rd next, at 'J o'clock a. m.
J. O. OAUTEB,
418 lw Seeietary Wulhee Sugar Co.
VJOTICE is In-rehy given that 1 will
i-N not be rcepoiisiblu for any hills
contracted for the Steamer "Akamai"
without my wiittcu order.
JOHN F. IIOWLEH.
Owner Steamer "Akamai."
Honolulu, June Hi, 1K02. UK -lw
A KPULNGFIKLD :t0-l.lglit (ia Ma
J. chine, hi complutu woiklug-older
and guaranteed. ill he "sold upon
favoriiblu teims to thu putchascr, Mmi
a few Handsome FiMiues. Apply to
!i00 tf King street.
MAN who iiudeistiiuds fanning
and taking cine of stock: iiiust lu
sober and tlioiuiighly posted In hU work
and have good tefiticiicest none but a
competent until need apply. AddrU'S
"P, O. Box L," Honolulu. I1J In)
lMutuiu FramoH math) to
order from IuIuhI HtyloHof
mouldlngM, Itoaovulioii of
old pUilurtm a Hpotilulty at
King llt'OH., llotol Hti'ool.
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pulation and an ornament to the
kitchen. It washes and dries more crockery, glassware and knives and
folks in five minutes than your cook could attend to In an hour. They are
in use In Honolulu and arc giving satisfaction. Our supply is limited.
HAWAIIAN HARDWARE CO.,
Port stroet, nppo. Sprt'ckolV Han't, Honolulu.
rJL LOUI.S IO.
BREWERS OF i-lE
Pure Malt and Highest Grade Hops !
K3F No Corn or Corn preparations u i-l in place of Milt, as is done
by other Eastern llrewcries, in order to cheapen the d at of their Beer,
and . conipete wi'h our woi'id-rcnowneil and jus'lj fan.ed irticle
With the Completion of the New Brewhouse,
the Brewing Capacity is the Largest
of any Brewery in the World.
Brewing Capacity : 6 kettles every 24 hours, 0,000 Barrels, or 1,800,000
Barrels per year.
Consumpiion of Material: Malt, 12,000 bushels per day 3,600,000
bushels per year. Hops: 7,500 lbs. per day 2,250,000 lbs. per year.
No Corn ov Corn Preparations are used in the manufacture
of the Anheuser-Busch 1Ji:er. It is therefore, the highest priced, but the
W)st wholesome and really the least expensive for its superior quality.
Annual Shipping Capacity: 100,000,000 Bottles and 5,000,000 Kegs.
The Anlieuser-lJusch Co. have carried oil the highest honors 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 a special biand of their highest grade
Beer, for the Hawaiian Islands, known as "SI'EOIAIj MllSW," with
a handsome label and in white bottles, which with their best " KXL'OItT
ANIIEUSEIt" In dark bottles, heictofore inported, we will now
supply to the trade in quantities to suit.
G. W. MACFAIiLANE & CO.,
Agouti Tot1 ill.' HiMYiiiiim IhIuikN.
104 Fort street, Honolulu.
WK HAVE TIIK VEHV LATEST STV1.ES IN
Hats, Bonnets & Toques !
NEW TRIMMINGS I NEW RIBBONS !
THE LATEST CHIFFON TRIMMINGS 1
Special Reduction in School Hats
FOR I WEEK ONLY -w
CHILDRFNfV SP.Hnm UATc chookoto
Our attention is drawn from tbo
Hendry Breaker to the
DISH WASHING MACHINES I
Which we icccived on the "Di
niond." ThN machine is constructed with
a view to culling down the sales of
tlio mockery dealrTri and keep octs
of disho3 Intact. It is easy of mani
Q EXCLUSIVELY I