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8SrJC ODW, MO.
BOWERS OF ?IMB BSER SXDUUfiJVSLY
Pure Malt and Highest Grade Hons !
Ht& Nn Com or Corn preparations used in place of Malt, as is done
by other Hasten) Ureweries in order to cheapen the i.st of their Beer,
and to compete with our woud-re lowncd tun! justly famed uiticle.
With the Completion of the Mew Brewhouse,
the Brewing: Capacity is the Largest
of any Brewery in the World.
Brewing Capacity : G kettles ev.ry 2-1 hours, C,000 Barrels, er 1,800,000
Barrels per year.
Consumption of Material: Malt, 12,000 bushels per day 3,GOO,000
bushels per year. Hops: 7,f00 lbs. per day 2,250,000 lbs. per year.
No Corn or Corn Preparations are used in the manufacture
of the Anheuser-Busch Belr. It is, therefore, the highest priced but the
Tinst wholesome and really the least expensive for its superior quality.
Annual Shipping Capacity: 100,000,000 Bottles and 5,000,000 Kegs.
C 7. The Anheuser-Busch Co. have carried off the highesthonors and the
highest class gold medals wherever they have competed. At all of the
International Exhibitions, throughout the world, their Heer excelled all
This Company have prepared a special bi and of their highest grade
Beer, for the Hawaiian Islands, Known ns " PKlJlAL I511EW," with
a handsome label and in white boules, wlmh with their best " EXPOIiT
A.KHEUSEK " in dark lioitli, heietolorc inportcd, we will now
supply to the trade in quantities to suit.
G. W. MACFAKLANE & CO.,
Agents for the IBuu'iiiiaci Island.
Society of the United States.
An Eminently Conservative and Safe Company,
FIN AN CIAL ST I J ENGTJ1.
The consideration of fust impoi'aiKe in ju-iying of the condition of
any financial inslituliou (and notably ..I n li.r i. munce company, the ma
jority of whoso com roots extend ovu l.i it. i - of years) is its nurjtlusi
nUenijlh. The Equitable hits, over ui-l above sill liabilities, a larger bur
plus than any other assurance compai.y.
Assets, Dec. 31, 1891, - $136,198,518.38
LIA 'ILITIES, Including tho Rcscrvo on all oxlstlnn Policies, (4
par cent. Standard) and Special Reserve (towarJ tho es
trbllshmont ol a 3 par ccnl, valuation) of $1,500,000 109,905,537.82
This Surplus remains after making provision for every obligation, on a
rigid calculation ol Jjiubilitien based on the standard prchciibed by the In
surance Law of the State of Mow Yoik, which assumes that Assets will be
invested so w to realize interest at tho rate of -1 per cent, per annum. In
addition to this, in a spirit of conservatism, the Directors of the Society,
on the jecommeudnliou of its Finance Committee, have set aside a Special
Additional Keservo, looking towaids even a more blringent and conservative
futuio standard of valuation than the law now prescribes.
Gunentl Ai?ont for Hawaiian islands.
C. J. MCCARTHY,
Nkw OuwMiNb' Block, Mjikcjiiant Siiiekt.
REAL ESTATE BROKER.
FIKK 1NSUKANOE BLACEU. COLLKOnONS ATTENDED TO.
Bents Collci . ! . ..) J'iu-eb Jtented.
ejsST Any bubiuess entrubteu to i..i
- '.v. -"
' uto prompt tttteiition. jgGI
PiF.Di.niea a jibgee s
I herewith appoint Mil. M. GOLD
BERG, Agent for the sale of my
Genuine Sanitary Underclothing in
the Hawaiian Islands. Beware of
BROF. IJH. G. JAEGER.
Stuttgart, the 19th of September, '90.
A FULL ASSORTMENT JUST ARRIVED.
IN THE MclNERNY BUILDING,
Is open now and offers an un
excelled Stock of Fancy Goods.
We make a specialty' of
Stamping Patterns and are now
reaily to take orders in that line.
A brand new stock of Silk Em
broideries, Art Linens, Tassels,
Fringes, Draperies and other
artistic goods are offered to the
ladies of Honolulu.
IN THE MclNERNY BUILDING,
KoiM t i'o"t .
STHA1 CAMDY FiCTGi'
i'ractleul Confeetiouer, Pastry Oook &
71 Hotel St. -SflHSr Telephone 74.
81 KING STREET,
G. i. WALLER, - - Manager.
Wholesale & Retail Butchers
The Best Lunoh in Town,
Tea and Goffeo at Ul Hour
Tho Finest Brands of
AlwuyH on Hand.
II. J. NOI.TK, t'ropriotor.
WOOD & COAL.
White & Black Sand
Which wo will sell at the very lowest
market rates fot cash.
Bell Telo. 414. 'X¬&r Mutual Tele. 10.
ASPJIIXOKIKU") IKMJght Ons Ma
chine in complete wot king order
and guaranteed. Will be sold iijiou
favotahlo terms to the puichiiFcr. Alto
a few Handsome Fixtures. Apply to
390 tf Kim: street.
Mohhi'H. JviiiK1 Bros, tiro
pluming a lino line of ISani
hoo and olltor stylo PaiVlor
Easels, Wall Brackets and
Window Cornices at prices
to meet the times.
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MUrtDER 0 ' MAUI.
lilt With n
(Inc J:il i;inis V'rillii'i'
About hrtlNpast six o'clock yctcr
day evming, as I mo I.ii:iiitasi! labor
i rs of the WiiiliLHi pl.iui:itin ueie
preparing Iheir evening meal in llie
eonk-house of their qu triers in Wai
Ine, thev tpurreleil, the result liniir
the minder of otic of litem ikiuuiI
There hud been ill'fee'ing between
the murdered man and a fellow
laborer iiann d lunula, for some tinn
past, the laM-named having win si d
the a rest of K.uiax iwa a short time
auo lor seliiiu Hie to bis tiio'qinio
net nntl otltetwise mu tlating hi-, p r-
On tin- ivcning in question Ihf-e
tto were together in lite 10 ik
house. Imada was engaged in pre
paring wood for fuel, using an ordin
ary hatchet lor the purpose, while
Eanazawa was attending to the cook
ing, when the quarrel took place.
Imada used his "little hatchet" with
terrible and deadly effect. The
sanguinary battle took place in the
presence of a large number of Japa
nese and other laborers, none of
whom offered to interfere or prevent
A native rushed up to the man
ager's house and informed Mr. C. B.
Weils, who immediately hurried to
the scene, htiviug despatched a mes
senger for John Kealolia, the native
police ollieer at Walbee, who res
ponded promptly. But a murder
mosl awful had been committed, and
they found only the frightfully muti
lated Kana.awa gasping and groan
ing in a pool of his own blood on
the ground in the cook-house, while
Imada stood nonchalantly viewing
the result of his hellish work with
evidentsatisfaetion the little hatchet
covered with blood still in Ins hand.
The hatchet was secured and the
murderer promptly bound with stout
rope by the ollieer, and, upon the
arrival of Sheriff II. G. 'Broadway,
his deputy Mr. Chillingworth and
several ollleers from Wailuku who
had been notilied by telephone by
manager Wells, was lodged in jail at
the latter place.
A few moments after Dr. Geo.
Herbert, Government physician, ac
companied by the Japanese doetoi,
arrived, and together they made a
careful examination of the body of
the victim, whose heart had oeasrd
to beat. It was a ghastly sight, in
deed, there being no less than t enty
(our frightful cuts varying from one
to four inches in length about the
lace, neck and head. The left jaw
bone was chopped in two and the
The prisoner, Imada, exhibited no
sign of compunction or sorrow for
the brutal butchery of his fellow
workman, but on the contrary
seemed pleased with his thorough
success. To a question put to him
by your correspondent he replied,
"Yes, me kill with it," pointing to
hatchet in olllcer,s hand "My name
Imada," and then grinned with evi
dent delight. And thus another
horrible cold-blooded butchery is
added to the already long list of
very recent crimes, and the while
residents are beginning to question
as to where it will end. Are our
laws rigorous enough and promptly
In court to-day Itnada, the Wai
hee murderer, waived preliminary
examination and was committed for
trial. He will be sent to Honolulu
b' the steamer Claudine Sunday.
It lias been remarked that there
are a lot of under-sheriffs and olll
eers in and about Wailuku, drawing
salary and doing little pise. Perhaps
it may be interesting losouie of your
readers to glance over the following
record of the proceedings of the Po
lice Court at Wailuku for one day
only, viz., Friday, July 8: two adul
tery cases, one murder case, two
horse-stealing cases, one laiceny 1th
degree, and one burglary. And it
was not an extra good day for bear
either, therefore we would suggest
that the police force of this district
bo reduced immediately, and the
idlers who are allowed to remain
have a slashing cut in llieir wages.
Wailuku, JulyS, 1892.
As the above subject is attracting
some attention, and may attract
more, I will also say something.
I know of no principle in economic
science, nor any reason stiong enough
to justify tho retention of the duty
on rice in this Kingdom at tho pres
There are only two principles to
justify a duty on any product in any
country, neither of which exists here
at present. One is for ruventiejonly,
the other tho protection of a joung
and feeble industry to enable it to
expand to the dimension of supply
ing home demand with the products
protected. Tito present duty on
rice )h cts per pound is not only
protective in its effects but prohibi
tory. Hence the Government real
izes no revenue from the duty, as no
rice is brought in.
Iiico production has long since
passed the supply of home consump
tion and is no longer a young, feeble
industry, hence does not require pro
tection, and the people having sup
ported the industry these many years
by submiting to "a tax of iA cts.
per pound now should cease paying
further lax anil receive the blessing
of cheap food much requhed just
now by many of our people.
Tho removal of the rice duty will in
sure all the people cheap rico food here
and at tho same time will affect rice
produceis but little, as their product
could all find a market in America at
remunerative prices, it being there
protected by a duty of 2 cts. per
pound, which would enable them to
realize o cts. per pound. At tho
present wrili g llinrn H ninplo tie-
maii'i t (ere lor nil l-jituttl rice,
' "",,n thirty to uirly million
pounds of tire was iumiiilwl into
Hut Fiauclseo alone In IN!) I, till pay- j
uigtni.v i xeepiiiigsix mlliinu p miihIi
mote or los senl thoio from Hawaii,
then-is I lit iiiiitk.'l for all i ieo pro
duced in Hawaii, and tin re it ! pro-
i tecit'ii ny a iluty of 'J cent per
pound. So let me ..iy to the r ue
I it. en I-1 up, ht up on the people ol
IiIhso 1-htndi, and be sali-ll. d with
ihe Aint-tieau uiaiket and with the
I Aiiieileiin duly to pioleel your b-i-i-I
nee'?. It h no long, r JuU for this
f.ovi'Ti'Ui-iit in lend its aiil to enable
I vt. ii to iinpo-i- ami collect Iroin the
i p. ople of ilti'-e l-l iiidsti lax tippr.-x
j nulling S:i:l).()00 yearly, which
quaN .1 o oi the ilueet uoveriitiii-ul
iix on i It the piopi-ny of ihe ICiinr
tlom. This taxation mu t now be
stopped. Ciikai1 Food.
The best spring medicine is a dose
or two of St. Patrick's Pills. They
not only physic but cleanse the whole
system and purify the. blood. For
sale by Hensnn. Smith & Co., Agents.
Beg to iinii'iimee ihe nriivnl of the
11!) Days from Bremen, with a Full
Oils & TaintB,
Bags & Bagging,
Cement & Fire Cloy,
II A K D W A R E,
Etc., Etc., Etc.
Fort Street, ovar F. Gcrti's Shoe S ore.
View, Landscape & Portrait!
Views of the Island
Constantly on Hand
Natives Making 1'oi, Glass Houses, II.i
waiiiin Slle Killing, Iliilitlmla Dnnceis,
Coeoaiiul Groves. I'ahn & Date Grove.,
Street Views & Biii'tUng-, War Vessels,
Shipping & Marino Views, lOie , Kle.
Bfiy Al-n :i harc Collection of all
Prominent and Inlerc-liiig Views of the
Hawaiian Uluuds either Mounted or
BOOKS OF HAWAIIAN VIEWS
Made up to order at the mot Itea-
soimhle Kales in llotioltilu.
Cabinets Only a5 l'-i- 11 ova-n !
tiiiil tor i. o. box uis "to in
'X'O L.KT :
COTTAGE on Eiitina stieet, lately oe
eupied by Mr. Mc 'aithy. Kent i?'M
per moiiih and water late.
COTTAGB on King street, Kewalo.
lately oeeupleil hy Mr. C'liiieueo
Ciabbe. Bent S-T. iier mouth mid
water rate. .t!l Itu
E. J. MORGAN,
CARPENTER jj & BUILDER.
Jobbing promptly attended to.
84 Berotanla St. "isMtQr Bc'l Tclo. 200.
,mi NICE Cottigu on Bere
ZfiS'laS rV (aula street near l'iikol
Hfigscaf stieet, eoniainlng Purlin-, Two
t atllnge llou-e, Stable, ete. Irauiears
piles eveiy 20 minutes. Apply olllct) of
tins papi-r. i.-jH ii
pETWIiP.N Hie re-ldeiices of .1. II.
1 Soperaud K. I. Spalding, a Lady's
Gold Watch with Four t h.iiub and a
Small Globe attached thereto. The
Under will be lewanlel by returning
same to the Bui.i.r.n.N Olllee. Hi7 'M
M wife having left my bed and
board I heieby ghe notlee that I
will not lin respoiir-lblo for any debts
contracted by her in my name,
Honolulu. ,iuly u. 18D2. 1.17 ;n
'J he best Uiiiitf to soiid to
your lVUMidsiibroail isKiiip;
Jiros.' Jllnstratcd Houvonir
of Hawaii, which is gotten
up lor tho iiui'itOHo and is
uot uu uilvortlsemont.
Mi IJ UUh
Steal and Iron Ranges. Stoves anil Fixtures,
i iam'.a --.'j i. --'"T5t.-ibb; ., sij- v.,;raaau
Housekeeping Goods & Kitciisn Utensils,
AGATE WARE IN LARGE VARIETY.
WHITE, GRAY AND SILVER-PIRATED
Crockery, Rubber Hose, Lift and Force Pumps,
Water Closets, Water and Soil Pipes.
Plumbing, Tin, Goppor and Shset Iron Work,
' M,.., .. X oK.", Sri. 5l-."i Ji T itmu- .ivi'i-l.
Builders' & Genial Hardware,
PAINTS, OILS. V UJNISHES & LAMB GOODS,
AGATE WAIiK. TIN WARE, NEVER BREAK WARE,
Cutlery & liDnoral lerclaiitlise,
Blake's Steam Fumps,
WILOCX & GIBB'S, AND REMINGTON
bEWING M ACHIN KS.
:i'. o. box -180.: j x!k ggj A mutual tel. 90.:
Wosl Cor. JSuiinini Si JCiuy; Streets.
If you want to s-ave time and money buy your Furniture, ete., at the
I. X. T... eorner Niniami and Kin;; stieet-.
t2r l'ounil the plaee to Imy X- ami Seeond-hand Furniture o all kinds at
lowel jiriees, tlie t. X: L.. eonier Xi.iitinu and Kill; streets.
tiaf- lledrooiu Hi-ts. Waidiobes, Ice Bnxes. Stoves, Chairs, Hanging Lamps,
Hugs, Bureau-, Cln-ffonlers, ete., bold elieap for eash at the I. X. L., corner Xutt
auu and King .-ti eels.
lair" Steamer and Veranda Chairs, Sofas. Bed Lounges, Baby Cribs, Clothes
Baskets. Sewing Mneliiues, Wli.UuoU, Meal -ufes, Trunk-:, etc., gold at the lowest
eash prieus at the I. X. L., Xew and Stieoiel-hand Furniture llou.su, corner Xuu
anu and King streets.
S. W. LEDERER,
k& Store 0kmi Saturday
Telephones, Xo. Ill),
s. iiysiace, immm mum,,
King Street, bet. Fort & Alakea StreetB,
IMPORTER & DEALER IN
Groceries, Provisions, Flour & Feed.
Freoli California Eoll Butter & Island Butter
AI.WAVH ON HAND.
New Goods.received by every steamu-3 from Snn Francisco.
gjST- All unlers faithlully attended to and Mitiel'action guaranteed. Ibland
ordern bolieited and uael.nl with euro.
1'elcphoncb, No. 175.-
UNION FEO CO., L'd,
OFFER FOR SALE
O.ili'ornia Wheat, O.it Hay, in largo and compressed bah'b; Barley, Boiled
t Gioiind Barley, California & New Zealand OatH, Middlings, Bran, Com,
Cincked Coin, Wheat, Etc., Eio., Etc., Etc. Also,
Drifted Snow and Victor Flour 1
; IP JbJ -U 'X' ILIZ hi It r- :
Wo keep eonMautl m tock thu celebrated Fertilinerrt manufactured by Mr.
X. Haas ol tj.iu Vniueibco, viz.: Bono Meal, Wool Bust and High Giado
Super l'hobpli.iio?, .ill ol' which can he had at bediock prices.
gJBf 1-1 " d ordorn nulieited ami HtitiBfaetion cuarauteed. jgCt
LEWIS & CO,.
HONOLULU, II. L,
importers. Wholesale & Mail
By each Mcumor of the O. S. h. Co. (join California fieli Oulafornia Boll
Butter, Fioen Oystero and Fresh California Fiuitb, Fisli, Gaiuo, Vegetables,
etc., etc. A complete line of Cioee ik Blaekwell'H & J. T. Morton's Canned
& Bottled Goods always on hand. Alto, just leceived a frut-h lino of German
1'iitfu anil Potted Meats and Bottled Preset veil Fruits, Lewit & Co.V MaUehG
Brand Sugar Cured Hams and Baeon, New Bieakfittt Cereals, Cieam Oat
Flakes and Oiuniii Wheal Ehikes, Sicily Lemons and California Biveisido
Oranges, Oregon Buihauk Potatoes, Etc., Etc.. Lie. SatisfiK-iou Kimrauteed.
1 O. Dux 1-15. jSi'iyS Telephone No. 1)2.
H. E. MclMTYAE & BRO.,
JMl'ORTERS AND DEALERS IN
Groceries, Provisions and Feed,
EAST CORNER FORT AND KING STREETS.
New Goods received hy every packet fioni Eastern Slates and Europe,
Ficsli California Broduee hy overy steainer. All oidois faithfully attoniled
to and Goods delivered to any part of the city free of charge Island orderH
Bolioitod, Batiflfiiotion tuurauteed, l-H
ami .Dealer in
' J -v '
Evenings till O o'clock. -ai
r. o. Box :m.
-Cor. Edinburgh & Que'on Sts.
-V. O. Box 207.
Ill Fort Street,
Dealers in Groceries & Provisions
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