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TU12-SDAY, JUNK 28, 1892,
Am bktuc S Q Wilder. GrUllth, 14 days
from irau Frim:l.co
. Am bk Albert, Winding, for San Fran
cisco Am bk Ceylon, Calhnim, for Sun Fran
ciseo Stmr Kliinu, for Maui and Hawaii, nt 2
S-'tmr Mlkaha'u for Kn al
Ktmr i laudluc fur Mmil
Sehr Ku Mol for Kuhtiiu nnd I'auullo, nt
2 p in
Sehr ivulumuuu for Ilannpcpe, nt 1! p in
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
Stmr Hawaii for llaumkuu
For San Frnnci.-eo, pur bark Albert,
June 28 Horace U Lyle, Win Swank,
11 lvellner, wife and 2 children, W J
Gallagher, Nurniiin Logan, Mrs Dun'l
Logan nnd 5 children nnd F Wiildum.
For Kauai, per Hlnir Kuala, June
07 Mrs U K.ihee, Mis Julia lCuhee
and 05 Japanese laborers.
For Maui and Hawaii, per stmr Ki
litm, Jitnu 2S For the Voleano: T
May, Mis May, W H Baird and Mir
Von Holt. Way ports: Hultio lli.ch
cook, Mrs Lyman, Mis Bond, Miss
Damon, Lucy lfa)selihn, Debbie Lyle,
Mrs Thurston, 11 Thurston, Mrs A F
llileheoek, Miss M Andrews, W II
Hice Jr, John WaterhotiM', l'rof Alex
ander and party, J Keep, Walter llny
bclden, Dr A 15 Lyons, Rev 0 1" Em
erson, Mrs II G Alexander and 2 chil
dren, Mis Sproull, Miss 1) Kyerol't,
Master llyeroft, Miss Matlie Austin,
Miss Mabel Hitchcock, .Mamie MoKin
ley, Miss Itichaidsou, Mi.-s Hapai,
Ks-thor Lyman, Rev S L Desha and
sons, Masters Kekuewa, Miss Sarah,
Miss A Hammond, Miss Winter, Mr
Wood and child, Miss Hoy, Misi Oto
rio, Geo K Norton, Mr Kenton, a num
bei of Japanese laborers and GO deck.
The American bark Albert, J C M
Whaling master, sailed for San Francis
co at 10 :;',n o'clock tills morning with a
list of passengeis and the following
cargo: lu.ali bag sugar, shipped by
il JIaekfeld it to; 1U07 bags sugar,
shipped by M a Giinbauni & Co. Do
mestic value, ri7,7-t".10.
he American bar); Ceylon, Calhoun
ma-tcr, tailed for mui Francisco about
1) :30 o'clock this moi ning with a cargo
of sugar consisting of H.'JUl bag:-,
weighing l,80:(.8'.)fi lbs and valued tit
S1U,G'J4.U7. '1 he shippers w ei e: Messrs
llUrewur fc Co, F A fecbaeler & o and
V II Davies & Co.
SAN KKANOIhOO NOTES.
Arrived June mil, brig Consiiclo, 2S
dayo fioni Kahului; sclir Transit, :i;i
days from Honolulu; sehr V S Kedlleld,
1!) day f i oui Kahului.
June Dili, bktnu Discovery, bktue Mary
Wiukelman, ship Columbia, 18Ji day.-.,
bk Paul Isenberg, 30 days, all fioni Ho
nolulu. KAMEHAMEH'A SCHOOL.
The closing exhibition of the Ka
uieuaniolia Preparatory School took
place this morning, the parents and
friends besides others being present.
.Miss N. J. Mulonc, principal, attend
ed to the visitors and showed them
round. The exercises commenced at
10 o'clock and consisted of recita
tions, memory gums, dialogues, sing
imz and prayer. The scholars look
ed neat in white 9iiits with blue neck
ties. -The room was decorated with
evergreens. There were two excep
tionally line renditions, one a song,
"Merrily Oil," by the school, and a
recitation, by William Kamaka,
"Help One Another. " In fact every
piece was nicely given.
Her Majesty the Queen, attended
by Mis. J. O. Carter, Mrs. Clia. 15.
Wilson and Mrs. Chas. Clark, anived
in time to hear the latter part of the
program, consequently the two lirst
menlioued numbers were icpeated
for her special benefit. The exhibi
tion by thu senior class will take
place this evening.
Mr. Alex. Lyle was surprised last
night when on coming home from a
boat 'row lie found u company of
friends gathered at his residence.
The occasion was the Myrtle Boat
Club captain's UOth birthday, and
the junior crow showed their great
esteem and aloha for him by present
ing him with a beautiful cane. The
cane is of koa nicely, polished with
tin engraved gold lop on which is the
inset iption: 'Presented to Alex.
Lyle, by thu M. 1$. C. junior crew,
June 2l', 18U2." After the present
ation by Mr. L. Kcnake, secretary
of the club, refreshments were serv
ed and after wishing Mr. Lyle many
long and happy years thu company
dispersed. Captain Lyle was also
presented with a watch charm made
of an Australian half sovereign suit
tibly inset ibed.
No Goon gives notice of a land
A Nici: cottage is to lot on Hero
tania near l'iikoi tilicot.
A HOUHi; is wauled within 1ft min
utes' walk from thu 1'ost uMou.
.Iak. F. Moikian will hold an under
w lit tu's biilu of hmoui at 10 o'clock
Thuuday, anil another thu miiiio time
of digging tooU and barbed who and
The bunt spring mi'dluliiu is u ilosu
or iwo of St. I'atiiulv'b Tills. Tlioy
nut only phyfclu hut ulimiiko the whole
chilli nnd puiify tlio blood. For
biilu by Huiikuii, fcuuilh A- Co,, AguuU,
IMiiliuo Krai nun mnilo lo
onlor JYom ItitoHt Hlylon ol
UMHllllillUH, I.UMOVIlllOM Ol'
l(l lltll'tH hMMtllllly (Il
jcjutjr Jji'yjJn iioUii Hiiuuu
Tuesday, June 28, 1892.
It was 10:08 o'clock heforu the
Assembly convened this morning, the
expected news by the barkentinu S.
G. Wilder, relative to the Hepubli.
can nominations keeping, members
Minutes were read and approved.
The following petitions wire pre
sented and referred:
By Rep. Bush, from Koolau, (1)
that pali road on that side be re
paired. To Public Lands Commit
tee. (2) That a new reciprocity treaty
lie entered into with the United
Stales. To Committee Foreign Re
lalions. (3) That the Board of
Health be abolished. To banitary
Committee. (!) To make the Crowii
Lauds the property of the Govern
tnent. Tabled for future considera
tion. By Rep. Aki that So, 000 be ap
propriated for opening a street from
Suiilli to Vineyard stieet. To Pub
lic Lauds Committee.
By.Noble Williams that the fur
ther introduction of mongoose be
prohibited and steps taken to ex
terminate animals of that species now
in the Kingdom. To Committee on
By Rep. Bipikane (1) that retail
licenses to sell spirituous liquors be
granted in each district. To Tem
perance Committee. (2) That, three
members be elected each year from
each election district, to the Board
of Health. Tabled for futuie con
sideration. By Noble Pua that certain rations
discontinued at the Leper Settlement
be re-issued. To fcanitary Commit
tee. By Rep. Koaliou that fish be sold
in all parts of the kingdom by weight
and at the rate of 5 cents per pound.
To Committee on Commerce.
By Rep. losepa (1) that 81000 be
appropriated for repairing a wharf
at liana ; (2) that S500 bo appro
priated for providing a landing at
Kcauae, and (u) tiiat $1000 bo ap
propriated for repair of roads in
liana District. All referred to Com
mittee uii Public Lauds.
Noble Baldwin from the Finance
Committee reported on Bill No. U0,
"to provide for the keeping of books
of accounts in the Departments in
the Hawaiian and English lan
guages," and to tie effect that they
recommended the said bill to be laid
on the table. Report adopted. Also
from the same committee a report on
Bill No. 38, "to amend and consoli
date the laws relating to the Hawai
ian Postal Savings Hank" to the
The prime object of the bill is to
consolidate the Postal Savings Bank
Law which now consists of the ori
ginal law passed its 1881 and numer
ous amendments passed in 188(1,
1888, and 1890. The amendments
1. In Section 3 of the bill. The
original Section 3 of the law of 1881
required that each deposit should be
attested by the signature of the re
ceiving ollicer and the date stauip of
the ollice. The amendment proposed
is to omit the requirement of the
date stamp. The committee recom
mend that the amendment should be
2. Amendment proposed is in Sec
tion 10 where withdrawals are now
required to he attested by signature
ami date stamp. The amendment
proposes to eliminate the date stauip
3. A third amendment is by the
addition of a new Section, No. 21,
b' which the Minister of Finance
with the advice of the Cabinet will
be allowed to at will lix the maximum
deposit in the hank which is now by
law 2500. The committee recom
mend that an amendment be made to
Section 11 by which the Minister may
in his discretion l educe the maximum
1. The fourth amendment pro
posed is in Section 11 and proposes
to require deposits to be made two
made two months instead of one
month prior to July 1st in order to
be exempt from taxation. The com
mittee favored the proposition, as it
will prevent short deposits for the
purpose of avoiding taxation.
5. The next amendment proposed
is in Section 17, and proposes to in
crease the maximum interest, in the
discretion of the Minister of Finance,
to six per cent, and to reduce the
amount which may be issued to $200,
The committee recommend that the
amendment be made and Hint a fur
ther amendment be made reducing
the length of time from six to three
months during which deposits must
have been in the bank prior to bonds
becoming available. With a view to
further secure the hank against sud
den and unexpected demands, Hie
Committee recommend that Section
10 of Hie Act be amended so that all
amounts of $100 and under hliall be
payable on thirty days' notice, and
amounts over $100 on td. months'
notice with dibcielion in thu Post-maslui'-Gcnerat
to muku payments
prior to the expiration of tlio lime
mentioned in such notice. The Com
mittee submitted uu amended bill in
conformity with tlio leeoiiiuiumlu
lions, lfeputl tabled for futuru con
bitlcrutloii. From thu uiiie commilteii a report
vmiu pntJiuiited on u puliliou lioin
John F. Colhtiru pniyint,' fur the In
tuition of f I2I.BH In the Apprupriit'
lion Hill for feud furiiUhud thu Kuitd
Diipiiilinuiil of Honolulu. Thu wjiii
inilUu wan opnokiul lo Ul'llllllllk' 111"
piHj'ur, u lliey weroof "uiilnluii llml
Ihu iuliUuiiur liw-l u vulhl IuukI uiului
ugttiiwl Ibw liuKtl Uuttrtl uhitftj utmlu1
Uf MUldittMl lu Ujy tNMUUf i UH gi Uw
matter is now before the House the
committee leeommeiid that the
amount petitioned for be placed in
the Appropiiation Bill."
Considerable argument followed
and the result thereof was that the
report was laid on the table.
Noble Thurston from the Commit
tee on Public Lands reported on
various petitions as follows- (1) Ap
ptopriation of 810,000 for extension
of School street, (2) $H000 new street
niuuka from School Mroet bridge to
Ku'ikini street, (3) $."i()00 for a new
road from King street near Nuihelc
wai bridge to connect with the Asy
lum road. (1) In re the grading of
Kual.ini street. (5) $5000 for the
Pauoa road (G) Opening a new road
Iroin a point on King street opposite
the residence of J. 1. Dnwsetl maiika
to connect with a proposed extension
of School street. The committee find
thai the above are for new roadt.
The opening of the pioposed roads
would undoubtedly raise the value of
lands, increase the taxes and open
upland which is now unapproachable.
Although the committee tire ol opin
ion that the opening of the proposed
streets is in the ptilih interest, they
aru unable to recoininei.il the appro
priation, they having no data of the
amounts necessary. (7) $f)0U0 for
Pauoa valley road. Committee re
commend it hu laid on the table. (8)
Grading of Kuakini street. The com
mittee llml that the road can bo fin
islmd at an estimated cost o $2300
and recommend insertion of an item
in the Appropiiation Bill, "Couiple
lion of Kuakini stieet, $2,o00." On
motion Hie report was adopted.
Rep. Wilder from the Committee
on Cotntneiee reported on Bill G'.l,
"to authorize thu construction of
warehouses for the storage of kero
sene and oilier inflammable oils or
substances." The eonnnillee ate of
opinion that thu Government should
not conduct or maintain any business
winch any person, company or cor
poration is willing to undertake.
Therefore they recommend the bill
pass. On motion the report was hud
on table and was made the special
order of the day for Thursday next.
Noble Baldwin from the Finance
Committee presented a report on a
resolution relative to the payment of
So to one Joseph Kahului ol Kohula
for twice paid taxes. The commit
tee recommend insertion of an item
in the Appiopriatiou Bill for the pur
pose. Repoit adopted.
Noble Williams from the Printiim
Committee reported Hills Nos. U5
and GO, printed.
Noble Williams stated that he was
one of those who, yesterday, voted
on the salary of the Postu.aster
General; he now moved Hie recon
sideration of the vote. Carried.
Noble Marsdcn moved that the
balary pass at $(1000.
President Walker said the motion
was only in order in Committee of
Noble Thurston nave notice of
hills (I) to regulate the registration
of brands, (2) to apportion the cost
of Hie opening and widening of roads
when owned by joint owners.
Rep. Robert Wilcox gave notice of
a bill to amend Sections 20, -II, o I,
of) of the Constitution.
Minister Whiting gave notice of
bills, (1) registration of yachts and
small vessels, (2) bicycles and sim
ilar vehicles to carry lights, (3) reg
ulate the importation and sale of fire
arms and ammunition, ( I) relating
lo disorderly conduct anil the use of
vulgar, profane and obscene lan
guage, (5) to authnii.e the police to
r.equire persons obstructing public
streets and thoroughfares to "movu
on," (G) to provide rules and regu
lations for the discipline of the po
lice, (7) to regulate the presence ol
children and adults in streets and
highways after dark, (8) to require
all police ollicers to take an oatli of
ollice, (it) relating to coroners, (10)
that drivers of trainears shall be li
censed, (11) relating to Government
ollicers and the wilful and gioss ue
gleet of theii duties.
The same Minister also read for
the Ihst lime a bill to icgulate jury
likts and Hie drawing of jurors.
Noble Williams gave notice of a
bill to exterminate mongoose on thu
island of Onliu.
Rep. Bush read for first time a lull
to provide for a military foice.
Noble Ena.gave notice of bills (1)
to provide that a license or waiver
under a lease shall not extei.d lo or
beyond the case lo or in which such
license shall be given or made; (2)
to inako a debt or other chose in ac
tion assignable in law.
Rep. Aki offered a resolution that
the Visiting Committee to the Leper
Settlement examine casus. Referied
to the Sanitary Committee.
Noble Macfurlane gave notice of a
hill to authorize the Minister of In
terior to convoy to the Sailors' Home
a certain piece of laud.
Noble Pua read for Hie first lime a
hill to provide a permanent settlement
for the widow of one Kaulua.
Nublu J. M. Homer gave notice of
bills, (1) to provide for a tax on leg
acies and inheritances; (2) to regu
late the immigration of Chinese. Hu
also introduced u resolution that "the
House request the Boaid of Educa
tion lo piepare for Use in thu public
schools of Hawaii such literature as
will briefly show borne of Ihu evil ef
fects of strong drink, opium and to
bacco upon the human system when
unwisuh used." Referred toCoiiiiuit
tee on Education.
Assembly at 12 in. took recess.
KAUAI I UUSTKIAL SCHOOL CON
CERT, Tim iriieue(U of lut .Saluriliiy'
ooneuil anioiiiiteil to Ihrwu liiiniltud
mui txty.i, ilullur, buintf nitliin
Iwu iiai of Hie amount iuhIIiI
from llm furiiur eonetul 'i'liu pro.
niolui ul Ihu kuhool ilMtiw to lUunk
Mil lUuM Uu m guiouly UmV pMii
lu lUw uwMMMi, Uww ubw ml iiuknu,
LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS.
Skai.i:d tendeis for l' ilding mater
ial will rlosoat IhoofTie f I lie. Hoard
of Health to-nionow ul noon.
Tkndi'.iis for beef supplv for Molo
kai will he received ,nl the Board of
Health otflco unlil noon to-inormw.
L. J. Lkvkv will hold a calo of n
large iisrorliuniit of gencn.l tiiruvhiin
di.-o nt his salesi onin ul 10 n'eloek to
morrow. J. F. MoitoAN will oll ut noon to
mot row thu Wooden building mi Hem
tania and Alakea streets lately dim
a'cd by lire.
Captain' Gritllths, of the barkenline
S. G. Wilder, has the thanks of the
lluu.uriN for a full tlio of Sail Fiau
Tin: household furniture of Dr.
Lutz will be sold at auction to-morrow
at 10 o'clock on the pieniHus by
J. F. .Morgan.
Tilt: barkentiue S. (J. Wilder sig
naled to Charlie i'uturaou, lookuut at
Diamond Head, this morning, "Hur-lii-on
Tiimii: is to be a band conceit at
the Hotel to-nionow evening, if Hie
Aluinedn arrives belore dark. Capl.
Mor.se never fails to get in on time.
C.U'i'Aix Book of II. H. M.S. Cham
pion called on Governor Cleghoru and
His Excellency S. l'aiker, Minister of
Foreign Allans, at the Government
building this morning.
Tin: lurkeutine S. G. Wilder flew
a large white II ig at her foiemast oil'
Diamond Head when she was coming
in tins morning witli the names "Har
rison and Kced" on it.
It has been decided that the yacht
races on July -1th will end in the h ir
bor, and not at the Spar Buoy, as the
owneis of the yaeht Hawaii have been
endeavoring to have it end.
Tnii Japanese immigrants hi the
Yainasbiro Mum were released from
quarantine on Satuiday. About sixty
livu weto shipped yesterday to planta
tions on Kauai by the steamer Kuala
Two private-buggies started on a
race from Hie Government build
ing to Thomas Squat o, King street,
at 0:30 last evening. Luckily thu
road was clear for the heedless incurs.
J. F. Mokoan sold a piece of prop
city at Palatini yesterday at noon to
L. Ah Leung, trustee of thu estate, for
!f2100. 'I he land at Niupaipai was
withdrawn, as theie weie no bidders.
Tiik men-i.f-wai in pint were gaily
eeeoraled Willi bunting lo-d .y in
honor of lueen Yieti ria'.- Coiouation
Day. A ealutu of I Weiily-i.ne nulls
Viieh W..S hrid fn in thi- U S. F. S.
San Fianeisco, II. 15. M ri Cham
pion ni'd shore b.itteiy at mum.
A NATIVi: buy nelned Kapi-li loi-k
leg bdl fioni the Reformatory School
on Sun-lay last, and enjiie! fieed mi
until ye.-teiday, when be wa- discov
er d in a fiiend's house. He has been
sen:eneeil to hard labor for two
inoirlis and to pay a fiuo of -f 1 and $1
AuciIod Sales by James F. Morgan.
On Til U RSD A V. ,J miu JJOlli,
AT 10 O'liilICK I. ,11 ,
I will M'll at I'lihllu Auction, at my
Siller-room, for account of wlioin il
may concern :
T. H D.
6 . 7
2 G1 . Eorek;t Brooms, 25 doz. ea.
Damaged on voa;e of importation per
l)iuk Muiy S Ami""
f i oui New Yoik.
Terms Cash in U. S. G Id Coin.
.1 r-.. !'. MniM S,
l.'xf 'Jt Auetl nicer
On THUltSDAY, Jinn' :toiii,
AT 10 O'CIjOOK A. M.,
At my tulerrooni, Queen ntrcct, I will
sell al I'uhlie Auellou, on aeeouut of
whom It mav concern :
C. & 0.
No. !)1 2 Do,, MATTOUK.S,
No. '.:! 2 Do.. PICKS,
CI CoiIh HARKED WIRE,
1! Oases LANTERNS.
Damucd on voyage of Importation per
IiiiiU ".Maiy S. Aineri" from
Terms Cash in U. S. Gold Coin.'
.IAS. K. MORGAN,
"I TOUSK within 1R lulnules'
I L walk from Post (illicit.
SffiiArft containing DIiiIiilmikiiii, Par
lor, ;l l.arn hl.ed Iletlrooius, Kitelieii,
I'liutiy. ltathiriuiu, etc., etc. Adillis,
wilh lull particular.!, l O. llos ST."
Atv, a A NIOK t'otligu on Huro-
.ftilfvrfwV inula gtieul near Pllkul
'JL.ylliW: kiniKi. i itiitiiluu- i'tirlnr. Two
liedroniiin, lliiiliinoiii, liinliig-iooui,
I'.mtry mui Kitchen; Sttruuit's Uooui,
CHriiiign llou.e, tjliibln, tile. Truuieai
pu eveiy I'D inhuitiia. Apply nllhe ot
thin p.ipe'r. Rid If
KOK IIK.VI or lilMHId
'I Mil. PiuinUi uu l.iiinm
I iiuui lulelv initMiiilud hv
WT5m1 A. II Nmuiih. h Nen mid
! lTuiruiiU IIoumi irOUUduluK KltulMtJi,
llttUliuom. wit) , ul). AUUt uilUiUitato
oil the pii'MiU', Will Uu lUU) ul'
it'UMui 1'iHMHiMliw mvm li ul July.
ul)- oil im tmmmtt.
A. U. KUrUk
: HOT WATER BASS.' THE
THE HHcMi'j of hot water in inflam
matory condition! can loudly bo
overrniid. To h limited extent Its
value hue long iioon known. Our
giondiwuheri" made life of woolen
rl.ithx ilippiil in hot wiiler aa u ul
sliHitcfur hut-water bags. At piesent
the worth nf-this remedy in almost nil
foriii" of pit i 1 1 is gnneritlly recognized
by the mi'diciil profess'oti.
I lol cloths, however, are not eon
veuii'iit of upp'iculi'in ; aro apt towel
the clothe', and ihey soon cool and
lequiie l, 'pealed dipping. '1'ho rubber
bag is in every r.vspjcl otiporior. Oneu
bum j4 lit to the proper leuiputiiiure,
the heat is long rutaiuod; it is neat,
and easy of application.
We have them in nics of 1, 2, 3
ami 1 quails
Every household should lune one
at least ready for an emergency.
H0BR0N, NEWMAN & CO..
tJOIMIf-l' Fol'l AT Itllltr t IM'OtM.
YANKEE DOODLE !
4th of My, 1892.
Grand tarsiou tfi Picnic
- TO -
ftaT The Royal Hawaiian String Hand
and Native Hlngeis, under the person 1
direction of Prof. Merger, will bo hi at
tendance to furnish music for Danc
ing, etc., dining the day.
TKAIXS LEAVE HONOLULU at ";('.
!, io, it. ia, i, a, ;s, i ami i:::o
RETURNING LE WE REMON'I)
GROVE aru, 10, II. P-, 1, -J, !, I. :,
and (! o'clock.
Popular Rnt- sot' Far :
Jap.ni ss Wrest inrj ! Foot Kacmgl
Horso Raciny! Tuij-of-War!
AnJ 0t!ur ' port
TRAINS I.EAVK IIONOhl'l.r al .;.'(),
'.). '2 and 4:S(l o'cloek.
RirriTRNlNU I.KVVE EWV .Mllil, at
8-10. lo::is, :i::is and r : t u olo k.
Po:iilar Rates of .Faro:
A Tiin lii fflaima in
Giciit Grater of Mokiiiivowro. !
fipei-iiil ul r iiit-'eiin'iilri hive li "o
Hindi hy tin- Vnie mi 1 1 iihc Ciiinpiiin
lor tendinn a iiuty lo ihu tup ol .M -iiu.i
T1IF PARTY WILL UCAVIO HO
NOI.ULU ON TIIK STMR. HALL
ON JULY 15 and return mi Hie
.-teniiiiT Kinaii airivin in llouolulu,
TllH l'RICU FOR A ROUND
TRIP TICK FT, including Mourner
fare, uniiniiln, giiideri, lilauketH, foods
and all u. punt-en will hu $ 1 ()(),
whicli included all of the regular ox
pensur of a Irip lo the Volcano. The
trip includes a three dayr,' stay at the
Volcano Hoiibu after Ihu leturn from
the moil n tain.
gjF" I'ieketn can lie ohtaiued from
the Inter-Inland Steam Navigation
Co., ami full information will hu sup
plied hy (.aid Company, H. C. Mac
Secrolary of the Volcano Company.
Applications! for tiekutri hhould In
mado iiumediiitulv an the utiuihur will
' he limited.
KlhAUKA VOLCANO 1IOUSK.
Honolulu, Juno 21, 1802.
r 1 1 1'. ( !ittt!ifm timl PriMiit.MM
.). J htUIIUl Mll'ltl,
-" - "."
ct.VVvs . in I'.iiuua Mieni,
oS-SSttii oppoxite the resiiluiiee of Mi.
illlllien UaillpUi'll, UulolUilllg to tile l,-
tatu of I'h.ih. Long, deeeiired. Appl) lo
ISO I in F. A.tsOIIAKKKR.
IIOl'hK billow llm I'll-
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HA WAI IAN HARDWARE CO.,
Fort slieet, nppo. Sprcekel.V Rank, Honolulu.
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BREWERS OF r-TVE
Purs Malt and Highest Grade Hops I
1-57" No Corn or Coru prepara'ions u e.l in pl-u-e of M ilt, as is I me
by ' M.er K-istern Rp-wcrics, in onler to cheapen tin e t of their 1 .-er,
ami compete wi'h oui woml re led in 'I juv f.nm d ,rt ile.
With the Completion of the New Brewhouse,
the Brewing Capacity is the Largest
of any Brewery in the World.
Brewing Capacity : G kettles every 2 1 hours, G,000 Uairels, or 1,800,000
Barrels per year.
Consumption of Material: Malt, 12,000 bushels per ilay 3,000,000
bushels per year. Hops: 7,f.00 lbs. per day 2,250,000 lbs. per year.
No Corn or Corn l'repainUons are used in the manufacluic
of the ANHEUShu-Uuscii Br.uu. It is, therefore, the highest priced, but the
uost wholesome and really the least expensive for its superior quality.
AnnualSiiii'PING Capacity: 100,000,000 Bottles and 5,000,000 Kegs.
The Anliuit'icr-Husch Co. have carried off the highest honors and the
highest class gold medals wherever they have computed. At all of tho
International Exhibition?, throughout Hie world, their Beer excelled all
This Company have prepared a special brand of their highest grade
Beer, for the Hawaiian I-daudb, known as ".SPECIAL ItltlSW," with
a handsome label and in white bottles, which with their heat " liXI'OltT
ANII101JSJ3K" in dark buttles, heretofore iiiporled, we will now
supply to the tradu in quantities to diiit.
G. VV. AIAGFARLANE & CO.,
Ajii'nl for ilie .iin.iilau iHlnuil-.
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104 Fort street, Honolulu.
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NtW TRIMMINGS I NI-.W RIBBON !
THE LATEST CHIFFON TRIMMINGS I
Special Reduction in School Hats
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GHILDRENb' SCHOOL HATS FOR 25
Time makes many change's
find it's about timo some
changes should bo made in
your dinner set. The new
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wh'hh we show is the best
ehiinge you can make.
Xew Goods ex "W. G.
I i- iti' now on exhibition and
for -.alu. Prices much lower
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