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F. REYNOLD, riioi-niETon.
Polo Agent f.-r llio
BREWERS OF HtiE BEER SXCLU$!ELY 1
MANui'ACiunr.n l noM
Pure Malt and Highest Oracle Hops !
AST No Corn or Com preparations ti-ed m i'.cc of Malt, as is done
by other Eastern Breweries, in order to cheapen the cost of their Hucr,
and to compete wi'h our vvoiul renowned and justly famed article.
This Machine is now improved o
w to nuke either "Cn us Srtrcti on
Lock Mircii. ll stands at (lie liend
NEEDLES mid ATTACHMENTS
for ail kinds of Machine.
Sew nq Machines if all kinds
gjBT Don't forget that this is posi
tively a CASH STOKE no private
individual can obtain Ciodit, Every
thing therefore Chew.
Stationery and Blank Cooks
GU1TAKS, from $1.00 up.
Furneaux's Beautiful Views of the
1iwn 'leiinis Backets und Balls.
Base B.lls ami Bats.
Popular ESound Books
At 3) Cents Each.
N)V-lb! NOVEL -1 NGVSLS!
jy"Specul Arrangements for -ehool
nrppln-s. Hi" if
IN THE MolNERNY BUILDING,
With the Completion of the New Brewhouse,
the Brewing Capacity is the Largest
of any Brewery in the World.
Brewing Capacity: G kettles every 24 hours, G.000 Barrels, r 1,800,000
Barrels per year.
Consumption of Material: Malt, 12,000 bushels per day 8,600,000
bushels per year. Hops: 7,500 lbs. per day 2,250,000 lbs. per year.
No Corn or Corn Preparations are used in the manufacture
of the Anheuser-Busch Bi:er. It is, therefore, the highest priced but the
p. it ivhnlesome and really the least expensive for its superior quality.
Annual Sh'ppinc Capacity: 100,000,000 Bottles and 5,000,000 Kegs, o
The Anheuser-Busch Co. have carried off the highest honors and the
highest class gold medals wherever they have competed. At all of the
International Exhibitions, tluougliout the world, their Beer excelled all
This Company have prepare d a special bi and of their highest grade
Beer, for the Hawaiian Island-, Uovn ..s " .-PISC1AL B14EW," with
a handsome label and in white bottles, whnh with their best " EXPORT
AJNHEUSEll" in dark bml.s, hi-ototwo inpoited, we will now
supply to the trade in quantities lo tint.
Ioi'l J( root .
Is open now and offeis an un
excelled Stock of Fancy Goods.
We make a specialty of
Stamping Patterns and are now
icady to lake oideis in that line.
A lu and new stock of Silk Em
broideries, Art Linens, Tassels
Fiinges, Di aperies and other
aitistic goods arc offeied to the
Unlit;-, ot Honolulu.
IN THE MolNEBNY BUILDING,
U. W. M AGFA It LANE & CO.,
41.V Aj;Mits for tin1 Ilunnii-in IsIjiihIm.
S M II tl 3 ' M
H. HACKFELD & CD.
OFFER FOB SALE
At Specially Umi Rales
AN ASfaOUfVIKNT OK
m Lieu ks
Society of the United States.
An Eminently Conservative and Safe Company,
The consideration of fiist impotiann in inking of the condition of
iinv linancial institution (and notab'v ni li e h-mimuiuu company, the ma
jority of whose contracts extend ov. i l.mj. pi-innl-ui years) is its Mirplui
strewjth. The Equitable has, over n -I .i.h.vi
plus than any other assurance coiup h .
liabilities, a larger bur
Assets, Dec. 31, 1891,
LHOUITIES, Including tho Reserve on all exlstinn Policies, (4
per cent. Standard) and Spocial lleservo (toward tho es
tablishment ol a 3'. nor cent, valuation) ot $1,500,000 109,905,537.82
Surplus, - - $ 26,292,980.56
This hui plus lemains after making provision for every obligation, on a
ligld calculation of Lhibilitiet, basul on the standuul preset ibed b.y the In
surance Law of the State of New Yoik, which assumes that Assets will ho
invested so in to icali.e inteiest at the rate ol 1 per cent, per annum. In
addition to thiH, in a spirit of conservatism, the Directors of the Society,
on Iho lecomuiendaliou of its Finance Committee, huvo set aside a Special
Additional Beseivo, looking tow aids even u moie stringent and conservative
fijiuio staudaid of valuation than the law now piescjihes.
Comprising the following Cele
Now being landed ex
'J. C. l'lluger."
HUSTACE & CO.,
WOOD & COAL.
White & Black Sand
Which we will sell at tho vciy lowest
inaiKct rates foi cash.
Bell Tele. 414. liHay- Mutual Tole. 19.
ELECTION of OFFICERS.
General Ajent for Hawaiian Islands.
Ni:w Ciuimins' Bi-ook, Mi.hohani Srici;ui.
REAL ESTATE BROKER.
FIKE INSUBANCE PLACED.
Bents Colli i n i
COLLEC1TONS ATTENDED TO.
hi ' Houses Bunted.
AT tho annual meeting of stock
holders of the llaualei Sugar
Mill Co. held this day, the following
oilieers wore elected for the ensuing
I'leeidont Chas. L. Ciutor, Esq.,
Hon. J. N. S. Willi.ims,
Secietary J. O, Caitor,
Tieasurer. . . .Geo. 11. BobuiUon,
Auditor J. O. Carter,
Who ar tilt-o Directois of the Com
pany. ,f. O. CARTER,
Secretary H. 8. 31. Co.
Honolulu, July 18. 1802. 47-1-lm
FOR SALE I
ttjr Any business eutrusied lo me w.ll nt.eivu prompt atteutiou. Jg&
ASPBINGF1KLI) IlO-Llght Gas Ma
chine lu complete, woikliig onler
and gu.iiaiiteed. Will lie sold upon
favoi able tei ins to the piuehnser. Also
a few Handsome Fixtiues. Apply to
MO tf King street,
The bust tiling to hcihI lo
your i'ricndH abroad is King
Bros.' Illustrated Souvonir
ol' Hawaii, ivliich is gotten
uu lor tlio purpose and is
not tui lulvertiseuient.
I'ho Union II lie and fJun Club,
wliieli luw led a lingciiug au I tin
nuiicid (Xis'eiiee I. r the I tit ji'.ir
or , imniii begiiM In show duns of
life. Au idj ni. tied theitiiu of olll
eeri wnt ll Id at tliecen'i.il telephone
nlllee in Kihttlui, on M md iv even
ing the lsih iiiit.. at which the Nil
loMlig geiitlemeu vreiu elei'lel:
Pi evident, Mr. llug'i Ceirer; Vn:
President, .Mr. L. .M. Vetl-.e.. :
Secretary and Ticcmer, Mi V A.
Velleeii; I aplaiii, Mr. G. P. Wi
lier; B uird of lJireulns, Messr-i II
II Plemer. Dr. (Sen. II rbeit and
V. A. MeKiv. It was ite.-id.-1 to
Imld a pi'7. tlinoi on the "in I Si p
teuiber next, opi'ii lo all un mb 'i' id
t'se club. Tin i u "in e thiee h.tud
sniue medals to c nupe c lor, in
won thiee times in Mucces-dou befoie
they become the property of the
Aloha Lodge No. 8, K. of P , in
stalled its olllcers elected foi the
second semi-annual term on Saturday,
9th iust. Appended is a Jist of the
picsent olllcers of the lodge:
E. B. Carboy, 1'. C.
N. Oinsted, C. C.
J. R. Blauey, W. O.
U. O. Fass, P.
D. C. LiniNav, M. at A.
F. L. Stolz, K. R. and S.
G. F. Brittain, M. of P.
L. M. Vetlesen, M. of Ex.
C. II. Broad, I. G.
E. R. Biven, O. G.
Hugo Landgraf, P. C. Asst.
A sad accident occurred alSpieek
elsville last Monday, 18th insl.,
when a Chinaman was run over by
one of the plantation locomotive
and instantly killed. He must have
(.oiiie out suddenly from the cane
Held thromjli which the tiain was
passing, and walked along the track
without observing the appr. aching
train, himself unobserved by the en
gineer, who presumably just stooped
down for a moment to shovel coals
into the fireplace A coroner's jur
was called in the afternoon, but was
only able to confirm the fact of the
Celestial's being killed, and that no
blame attached to the engineer.
The icsidents of Wailuku distnel
arc deeply interested in the legisla
live pioceedings of late and anxiously
awaiting the tale of the bills pending
before the House to establish water
works in Wailuku and Kahului to
appropriate a sum for building a de
cent road between Kahului and Ma
kawela on the Wailuku beach and to
change the tenuie of the jury eouit
fioui Lahaina lo Wailuku. Both of
the former pioposilions are stiongly
recommended and endorsed by the
whole community as beimr of impei
ative iieccssit' for the district. The
ta-payeis hold right' er.ough that
it would be far belter to expend the
sums necessaiy foi these improve
ments in this way than to send the
band on a junketing lour to the
World's Pair next yeai and have the
country, already poor enough, pay
for their fun. The band is really
excellent and everything considered
a just cause of pride to every patrio
tic islander, but will not be "in it"
with the crack bands of the United
States. As for the proposed change
of court from Lahaina lo Wailuku, it
is a measure of so long a standing
and so obviously right and necessary
that it is a wonder any opposition
can be raised against it in the House
The schooner Anna, Capt. Wil
liams, arrived from San Francisco
via Moss Landing, Cal , Thursday,
2 1st inst., with a cargo of machinery
and fertilizer for II. C. and S. Co.
The fertilizer is a compound of lime
and beet refuse from the Watsonvillo
factories and probably the first of
the kind ever imported here.
Tho weather is still exceedingly
hot, dry and dusty, and the much
needed rain fails to come and bring
relief to the thirsty earth.
riiOJI ANOTHKK COJtllESPONDEM'.
There is nothing of any import
ance in the way of news hereabouts.
The Government schools closed for
the school year Friday the 22nd until
September 12th, and the land will be
oveirun with school ma'ams and
pedagogues of all descriptions for
the next six weeks or so.
The Wailuku Union School closed
with appropriate exercises Thursday,
in older to allow the -teachers an op
poi trinity to attend the entertain
ment and closing exercises of the
Walhee school the following da'.
Long befoie the hour people began
to arrive from all parts of the island,
for the reputation of this school for
its superior work and very creditable
eulcitainments is firmly established
among our people, and this year was
The work done by the children,
their prompt and correct answers to
the questions put by their teachers
or the visitors, show an unusual
amount of care and painstaking on
the pait of the ptincipal and his very
elllcieut corps of lenchcra, entitling
them to great ciedit and proving re
markable application and impiove
meut on the pail of the pupils.
The school-house was very beauti
fully decoiated with ferns and How
errand brilliantly illuminated with
coloied lanterns and other lights for
the enteitaiuineiit. There was not
standing room in the large buildings
or anywhere about the premises, tho
windows and dooia were packed lull,
und among tho audience weie noticed
a large number of white people,
mitiiy ot our most prominent citi.cng
The following pi ogi am was given:
"Autumn" , . . .By tho Senjoi Uiils
Recitation "Seven Times Olio"
Song "Leaf by Loaf" School
Recitation "The Builders" Iv,iiia)iovo
Song "Life is What wu Make it"
Di.dogrii "Many Interruptions"
Song "Tho Daisy" . By 3ul Grade
Recitation "Helping Cook".Kupaka
y.iu"' Villa-? Hell." , . ..ScIi.k.i
lb en ' "I'm my .MuIIM'i'm J.ltilu
M .1" IMn
Snug 'Wivin" .. ..By the (InU
rfmig Put; Ol.l Ihriijit"
Eddie Wi.ub mi
Uoei'iili mi -"Or in hit i's UUtiku"
Mary Nnp ihtti
S Hi'.! - "J illilli u h id to Lenin n
Trnl " I'nniaiy
It uii.iiui i'-1 wo Hills nf 1312 '.
. . .By Mi" Ati-ini' Unl
n ig "0 nito Almig Sinn i.". ...
Sing " I'hu Little I id inn'
By the bttli- II im
?' z " I'is $W .... By the II '
Sit ig 'U i i0' B id; I i) n" ..."
lull I .W.ll
1 ilU' 'U I) I .Mjjll I, uli " 1 li it .v
Fiiiliv tvi'iiiig i he K mil h nucha '
I Sice l.lilh g.ii' it veiy ei.j ilile
Oici'tltti Hie Wainei! -clioil liou-e
which was kindly ollered to them by
the runcipnl, Mr. II. L. Austin. The i
boys sung very well indeed and wcro
listened to by a large and appieeia
tive audience. Herewith are the
names of the hoys who favored us
with this musical treat:
1st Basses Win. Manaole, warb
ler; Alfred Cane, violin player;
Aloses Ivan we, guitar player.
1st tenors Win. Makakoa, singer ;
J. W.iliineiuaikai, echo warbler.
2nd basses Jus. llai bottliJ, singer :
David Ai, singer, .Manager of the
2nd tenois Mailhew Iloonani,
violin player, President; Win. Mehe
ula, Guitar player.
Master Win Makako.i is a sweet
singer, foinierly a pupil of Mr.
Austin's at W.tihee.
II. W. Drtdeu, Principal of Wai
luku school, hiving ro-iigmd his
position under the Board of Educa
tion, will depart n-r the United States
by the schooner Anna to enter De
Pari College, Indiana, to complete
his studies. Anon.
Mr. .1. P. BlaiKr. mi extensive real
c-lale dealer in l)cs Moines, Iowa,
narrow iv escaped one of the --eveiest
aliacks of pneumonia while in the
northern part of that slate during a
recent bliz.aid, says the Saturday
Iieoicw. Mr. Blai.e had occasion to
drive several miles during the Storm
and was so thoroughly chilled that
he was unable to get warm, und in
side of an hour after his return lie
was tlueatened with a seveie case of
pneumonia or lung lever. Mr. Blaize
sent to the nearest ding sloie and
got a bottle of Chamber Iain's Cough
Remedy, of which ho had olteu
heard, and look a number of huge
doses. lie says the eftect was won
derful and that in a short lime be
was breathing quite easily. He kepi
on taking the medicine and the next
day was able to come to Des Moines.
Mr. Blni.e regaids his cine as simply
wonderful Fifty cent unities for
sale by all dealers. Benson, Smith
& Co., Asrenls.
fiunortor and Denier in
Steel nil Iron Jlanps. SIotbs and Fixmres,
miMK'-s' If?"' hk &m 1jgiisSv
HVJuwfj " iyri3j?it t ' ZW. iSu-f Jri liibi irW' H
Housekeeping- Goods & Kitchen Utensils,
AGATE WARE 111 LARGE YARIETY.
WHITE, GRAY AKI SILVER-PLATED
LAMPS - AND - FIXTURES.
Crockery, Rubber Hose, Lift and Force Pumps,
Water Closets, Water and Soil Pipes,
ng, Tin, Ooppsr aad Sheet Iron
Sinilh and King Streets,
Keeps it Complete Line of
And Receives New Consignments by
Every Steamer. Also
Fresh Waialua and Kona Butter
At 40 Cents a Pound.
rrO eloe the business of the late 111 in
i of II. II. Williams & Co. on ac
count of (Icp.utiue of meiiilieis or said
linn, all lein.iiiiing outstanding accounts
due that lb in have been placed with
.Mi. A. b. llaitwull for Immediate col
lection. 11. II. WILLIAMS Ac CO ,
By .1.11. Wnod.
July IS, 1SIIJ. 47C Otcod
E. J. MORGAN,
CARPENTER fQ (k BUILDER.
Jobbing pioinptly attended to.
84 Rcrotania St. 'aT Be'l Tclo.
LL aecoiuits stanillng sl months
and over, if not paid by iign-t 1,
18'lL', will be plated foi collection with
out iiuther notice,
X. S. SACHS
Honolulu, July 23, 1S!I2 170 lw
Y.-vT"' Vo'y Dcsliublo and
i!S;?s l Pleusuiilly Located
CfS&5 Building Lots, located on
KIiiiui and PeiiKacolu sticuls, this city,
mo offered for sale on advantageous
teiuis. For puticiiluis biiuihe at
GULIUK'ri A(JKX. Y.
;itf .Meicli.int street.
8i!i!d3jV & GsOGiSl li
PAINTS, OILS, VARNMSHES & LAMP GOODS,
AGATE WARE, I'lX WARE. NEVER BREAK WARE,
en & Gafleral IrcligMise,
Elalies Gteam Fuinps,
WILCOX & GIBB'S. AND REMINGTON
: P. O. BOX -ISO
"Wtist Oof. Xuuuiiii .H-- JiiJiy; p?trot
: MUTUAL TEL. DO.;
tf If you want to save time and money buy your Furniture, etc., at tiro
1. X. L., coiner Niiu.inu and King stiuut
tSy" round the place to buy Xw .iinl Second-li.uid Fiirnltruu of all kinds at
lowc-t prices the I. X. L.. eiiiiicr Nnuaurr and King streets.
ici)" Bedionni Set-, Wardrobes, be Kuxes. Stoves, Chans, Hanging Lamps,
Itugs, lliuearr-, Uheffonleis, etc., sold clnup for cash at the I. X. L., coiner Xuu
anu and King stieet-.
lof htcuuei and Veranda Chuhi, Sof.w, Bed Lounges, Baby Ci lbs, Clothes
Uakets, bowing Machine, Wlirtuots, Meat nfo-., Tirruk-, etc., sold at the lowest
cash pines at the I. X. L., Xew and Si-coml-hand Fiiinituie House, corner Xuu
auu and King streets.
S. W. LEDERER, : : PROPRIETOR.
M Sct re Open isa1urtly Iivenis till 9 o'clock.-!
Telephones, No. US).'
O. Box !572.
-SJCff &JST P.
ilks. mmm, yrfcolnilook,
King Street, bet. Fort & Alakca Streets,
IMPORTER & DEALER IN
Groceries, Provisions, Flour & Feed.
Fresh. California Roll Butter & Island Butter
ALWAYS ON HAND.
New Goods mewed by eveiy steam? is from San Francisco.
fiysF" All oidern f.rilhlrdly atteniled to and satisfaction guaranteed.
orders sobcrted arrd riaeked wilb care.
1 Phaelon, 1 Har
ness, complete mid hi
good older. luiiuhu
WM.O. AT WATER.
IjOhI, Strayi(i or Stuluit.
K- signed, Paiio.i loud,
llneo weeks ago, a
B.iy Klllv. UU. hands
high, feet and uiuiiu and nil black, will
all glow black. Tun (Sluj ilulliis ij
Wiildwlll bo paid foi tho leliun of (be
Filly. E. L. MAlteMALL.
July 22, lb9j. 47ij-av
Mshi's. Kiiij UroH, aro
Hliovviii a lino lino ol' Bam
boo and othm stylo Parlor
KuhoJs, Wall Brackets and
Window Cornices at prices
to moot the times.
Telephones, No. 17r.-
-Cor. Edinburgh & Queen Sts.
FEED CO., L'd,
OFFER FOR SALE
Oiili'orui.r Wheat, Oat Hay, in largo and compressed bales; Barley, Rolled
i. Uiound Barley, California & Now Zealand Oats, Middlings, Brnrr, Com,
Clacked Corn, Wheat, Etc., Etc., Etc., Etc. Also,
Drifted Snow and Victor Flour 1!
: ii' JW It 'V tlilZ JPJ It ft. :
vVo keep constantly in stock tho eelebiated Feitiliers nranufactrrred by Mi.
X. ild.M of San Fianorseo, viz.; Bono Meal, Wool Host and High Urade
Super Phosphates, all of which can be had til bedrock prices.
UXP" Ul i ( n-ilors Rolioitrd and Hatisfirotion jroaranleed. jgjtV
-P. O. Box 207.
LEWIS & CO., Ill fort Street,
HONOLULU, 11. 1.,
Importers, Wholesale & Retail Dealers in Groceries & Provisions,
By each steamer of the O, S. S. Co. fioin California fresh California Roll
Butler, Frozen Oyster and l'lcsh Cahfoinia Frrrris, Fislr, Clamo, Vegotables,
etc., etc. A complete lino of Crosto it Blaekwell's &. J, T. Moiton's Canned
& Bottle 1 (Joods always on hand. Also, just received a flesh lino of Herman
1'atod and Potted Meats and Hoi tied Preset ved Fruits, Lewis & Co.'s Maltese
Brand Sugar Ouicd Hams and Bacon, Now Breakfast Cereals, Cream Oat
Flakes and Cream Wheat Flakes, Sicily Lemons and California Riverside
Qrangos, Oiegon Builniuk Potatoes, Etc., Etc.. Eio, Salisfiic'ion guaranteed,
P. O. Box 115. 'jU&gjGT
-Telcihone No. 1)2.
IML'ORTKBS AND DEALERS IN
6-roceries, Provisions and Feed,
EAST CORNER FORT AND ICING STREETS.
Now Uoodb received by every packet from Eastern Slates and Europe,
Fresh California Produce by overy steamer. All orders faithfully attended
to and Goods delivered to any part of the city free of charge, Island ordenr
solicited. Satisfaction guaranteed, -9