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feEWSRS OF FisE
Pure Malt and Highest Grade Hops !
No Corn or Com preparations ueil in place of Mult, as is done
by other Eastern Breweries, in order to cheapen the cost of their Boer,
and to compete with our worul-rctinwned and justly famed article.
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 Barrels, er 1,800,000
Barrels per year.
Consumption of Material: Malt, 12,000 bushels per day 3,600,000
bushels per year. Hops: 7,300 lbs. per day 2,250,000 lbs. per year.
No Corn or Corn Preparations are used in the manufacture
of the Anheuseu-IJuscii Bi:ek. It is, therefore, the highest priced but the
cost wholesome and ically the least expensive for its superior quality.
Annual Shitping Capacity : 100,000,000 Bottles and 5,000,000 Kegs.
The Anheuser-Busch Co. have carried off the highest honors and the
highest olass 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 brand of their highest grade
Beer, for the Hawaiian Islands, known as "SPECIAL. JSKEW," with
a handsome label and in white bottles, which with their best " IiXIOIlT
ANIlEUSElt" in dark bottles, heretofore iuporled, we will now
supply to the trade in quantities to suit.
a. W. MACFARLANE & CO.,
Agents for the ISiiivuiiiiii SshinilM.
Equitable Lite Assurance
Society of the United States.
An Eminently Conservative and Safe Company,
'J'lio consideration of first importance in judging of the condition of
anv financial institution (and notably of a lile assurance company, the ma
jority of whose coniracts extend over long periods of years) is its surjilun
atrewjlh. The Equitable has, over and above all liabilities, a linger sur
plus than any other assurance company.
Assets, Dec. 31, 1891, - - $136,198,518.38
LIABILITIES, including the Rosorio on all cxislinu Policies, (4
per cent. Standard) and Special Reservo (towarJ the es
tablishment ol a 3jo Pr cent, valuation) ol $1,500,000 109,905,537.82
Surplus, ... $ 26292,980.56
This .Surplus remains nfler making provision for every obligation, on a
rigid calculation of JAabililk'a based on the standard preset ibed by the In
surance Law of the State of New York, which assumes that Assets will bo
invested so u to realize Interest at the rate ol '1 per cent, per annum. In
addition to this, in a spi it of conservatism, the Directors of the Society,
on the recommendation of its Finance Committee, have set aside a Special
Additional Reserve, looking towards even a more stiingenl and conservative
future standard of valuation than the luw now pi escribes.
ALEX. J. GARTWRSGHT,
General Agent for Iluwaiian IsIuikIk.
C. J. MCCARTHY,
Nj:v Cu-MMiNb' Block, Mj:uih ant Ktjii:i:t.
REAL ESTATE BROKER.
FUtM INSURANCE l'LAOED. COLLECTIONS ATTENDED TO.
Route Collected and 1 louses Hunted,
fj&- Any business entrusted to jno will leeoivo piompt attention, jgff
BEER EXCLUSIVELY !
Golden Rule Bazar !
W. F. REYNOLDS, PitoriUKTOii.
Solo Agent for Iho
This Miiclnno is now improved o
as to make either Chain Si itch on
Lock Stitch. It stands at the head
NEEDLES and ATTACHMENTS
for all kinds of Machines.
Sevv.ng Machines of all kinds
g.GT Don't forget that this is posi
tively ii CASH STOKE no piivnto
individual can obtain Credit. Every
thing tlk'iefoie Chi:ai-.
Stationery and Blank Books!
GUITAHS, from 1. 00 up.
AUTOH AIM'S, MANDOLINES.
Furnoaux's Beautiful Views of the
Lawn Tennis Rackets and Hulls.
Bas-e Ralls and Rats.
Popular Bound Books
At :i." Cents Eiu-h.
NOVEL ii! NOVEL.-! MOV ELS I
jy?" Special Ari.iiigi'iiH-iilf fur -.chunl
supplier-. -Ilili tf
IN THE MolNERNY BUILDING,
Is open now and offers an un
excelled Stock of Fancy Goods.
We make a specially of
Stamping Patterns and are now
ready to take orders in that line.
A brand-new stock of Silk Em
broideries, Art Linens, Tassels,
Fringes, Draperies ami other
artistic goods are offered to the
ladies of Honolulu.
IN THE MolNERNY BUILDING,
J'-ori t-it ! t.
OFFER FOR SALE
At Specially Mucin Bis
AN ASSORTMENT 01'
Genuine Bavarian Bern!
Comprising the following Oclo
Now being landed ex ".I. C. I'lliiger."
fflJSTACE & CO.,
WOOD & COAL.
White & Black Sand
Which we will sell al tlm very lowest
uiaikct rales foi uasii.
Boll Tele. 414. iaofcar Mutual Tclo. 19.
KL. NOTION of OiWIOJCKS.
AT llio annual meeting of Mock
liolders of Iho Ilanalci Sugar
Mill Co, held this day, the following
ollicers weio elected for the ensuing
President. . Oluis. L. Caller, Kn ,
Hun. .I.N.S. Willi.uiis,
Secielaiy I.O. Caiter,
Tioai-iircr. . . .Geo. II. Kohi-ilson,
Auditor I. O. Cailer,
Who aio also Direelors of llio Com
pany. .J.O. CARTEK,
Secretin v H. S. M.Oo.
Honolulu, July 18, 1892. -171-liu
ASl'ItlNGFIKLI) HO-Llght Has Ma
chine In complete working order
and guaraiiteei). Will lio t-olil upon
fuvoi able lerine to tin- jiiiiohasci-. Also
a few llaiidt-oino l'i.xtuic.s. Ap)ly to
MO If Klnu' btieiit,
TIio host tiling lo HtMitl to
your friends abroad is King
Bros.' UliiKtralod Souvenir
of Hawaii, which is gotten
up lor the purpose and is
not an luIvovUHoinonr.
Monday, July 25, 18i)2.
Committee re-convened at 1:!I5 p.
in., and Pep. Koahou taking the
(loor spoke on the subject of division
of the items in the total sum intend
ed for "pay of police, Hawaii." He
like Pep. Niuahi objected to the
passing of the item in a lump sum.
Minister Whiting said that there
were various reasons for the differ
ences in tiic pay of police. The
sums were not paid hy favoritism
but for long service and good woik.
Kep. Koahou asked which ollleer
was longest on the llilo police, Hrown
Minister Whiting said, Hrown.
Pep. Koahou desired to know why
it was then that Hrown did not get
the most pay?
Minister Whiting said that Maby
did different work.
Noble Tliurxlon said that the As
sembly had just been treated to a
sample of what the members would
have to stand if the division of the
item passed. Each member would
want to know why it was that each
and every Hi own was getting more
than each and every Maby. Con
sideied that the pny for the men
mentioned as interpreters was per
leetly just and proper.
Kep. Robert Wilcox was in favor
of having the sum cut up; if parsed
in a lump sum the abuses now exist
ing will continue. In this country a
captain gets less pay than a sub
ordinate, as notice the cae ol Maby
I he private and Hrown the captain,
fie did not consider that that was
Noble Kauhanc was in favor of
passing the item in a lump sum. He
hud known of the measure of separ
ate salaries, having been tiied at one
of the former sessions but it had not
wotked well or satisfactorily and was
changed again at the succeeding ses
sion. He deprecated the manner of
some of the members in speaking
moie to the ears and feelings of
those outsiue the bar of the House
than tolhecoiniiiiUeo. It was acheao
attempt to obtain a very cheap noto
riety and would not be of public
Rep. White was opposed to the
item being passed in a lump sum.
Relieved thai a better administration
of the police department could be
obtained, by delininglhe pay of each
Pep. Hipikaue was also in favor of
a distribution of the amounts intend
ed for the pay of police. He judged
that the olliceis would feel better
satiilied, in their different positions,
when they knew that their salaries
were dellned by the Legislature.
Pep. ICapahu said that in the dis
trict of Kan, there were men engaged
on the detective force who received
pay from the Police Dcpaitment, yet
they were also being paid for work
by the sugar plantations. Thisstite
of tilings was occasioned by the
money for salaiies of police being
passed in a lump sum, as the sherilf
then had opporl unity to exercise
Rep. Kaunaniano said that the
committee seemed to have struck a
snag in the matter and was now at a
standstill. They were no further
ahead than on last Saturday. There
was one good argument for passing
it in a lump sum alid that was in
special cases like murder and illicit
distilling and which required special
service. If the money was all put
up in specific amounts the hands of
the sheriffs would be tied. On the
other hand if passed in separate
amounts it would do away witli a
great deal of existing favoiitism. In
view of what had been said he was
in favor of relerring litis item back
to the Committee on Ways and Means
witli representatives from the Island
of Hawaii lo assist in apportioning
the pay of police on that Island.
Pep. Nawaln was yet in favor of
his motion of this morning. The no
bles seem opposed. The native mem
bers have made up their minds thai
the salaries shall be sepaiately made.
Moved that the eouiiniltee rise as
they could do no further business
and report progiess.
Minister Wideiinun said a good
many haish woids were said about the
bringing in these amounts in a lump
sum. It has been the practice from
lime immemorial with may be one
exception. The Cabinet could not
know what wiu the wisli of the House
before bringing these items in. The
Cabinet do not deserve harsh words
for lhi- nt least, never mind for wliat
evei else they might deserve to be
spoken to harshly.
Rep. Robert Wilcox said that some
words had been said against llio Attorney-General,
because he could not
answer questions; but not agaiu-t
the real of the Cabinet. He moved
that the committee rise and report
back that they could not longer pass
upon the items and that a committee
be appointed lo biing a resolution of
censure on the Attorney-General for
the reason that ho was treating the
committee with contempt by eon
Initially jumping in and out of his
scat, and did not wait long enough
to be questioned.
liep. Smith said that the main rea
son was because the money had been
said to have been expended improper
ly. If the report of the Finance
Committee was before the House
then the committee would have infor
mation on which lliey could depend.
He amended the motion made by
suggesting that the committee- rise
and recommend that the considera
tion of the four items of pay of po
lice bo postponed until the report of
Committee-of Finance was before the
Noble Neumann was opposed be
cause no good reason wa9 given.
The Committee of Finance report
lmd nothing lo do with Iho matter,
Have heard members complain that
the Nobles had not spoken. Ho
would saythat Noble Kauhanc had
spoken and so had Noble Thurston
and he had heard more sense from
them than alt the others that had
spoken. He did not approve of four
or live members being able to block
the work of the House, he considered
that the Committee should rise and
ask leave to proceed with its work.
A motion that the committee rise
and report progress was put and lost.
Pep. White was opposed to the
motion of Pep. Smith ; the Finance
Committee report hud nothing to do
witli this matter. They could only
report on the expenditures of the
past two years. Tho Committee on
Ways and Means was the one which
should deal with this matter. There
is some sinister motive, in the mem
bers motion; niahope belongs to the
Minister of the Interior and wc do
not want any niahope in this.
Noble Neumann interrupts and
says that, he finds the member has
got his second wind and therefore he
would like to announce that there
would be no meeting of the Judiciary
Committee this afternoon. He pro
posed to stay here.
Pop. White, continuing, said that
he believed lite division of the sum
of pay of police would be quite a
saving to the Government.
Noble Neumann just wished a
word and that was to say that if the
member kept on talking he might
weau him lioui his allegiance and
make him vole for the motion of
Rep. While said lie hoped Noble
Neumann would not net hatily.
Noble Thurston said the vote just
taken shows that a minority of the
Committee favored passing lite items
in detail while a majority de not;
the minority, however, keep on talk
ing. He notified the speaker in be
half of the majority, that they pro
pose to stop in the House if it lakes
a whole week. It was an insult to
the House to think that a man named
Hill While, lie may he a representa
tive, can get up and stop the work of
this body by talking against time.
The proposition of Pep. Smith is a
fair one, and if the member does not
stop talking we will gel up and vote
on Ibis question and all go home.
Pep. While said Noble Thurston
was not acting properly, he should
not call him Hill White his title was
lion. Hill White He said that if the
member from Lihuc would with
draw the motion it would bo all right.
Several of the foreign members de
sired lo go away lo-moriow that was
the reason for the motion.
After some further discussion Rep.
White finally, at -1 :-15, (just when
the news of the Hui.i.rnx tire arrived
in the House), sat down and the
question was put on the motion of
Rep. Smith and carried.
The Committee rose and report
was made and approved and recon
sideration moved and lost. At -1 :f5
tho Assembly on motion adjourned.
A traveling man who chanced to
be in the store of E. V. Wood, at
MeKees Rocks, Pa., says while he
was waiting to see Mr. Wood, a little
girl came in with an empty bottle la
beled Chamberlain's Pain Halm and
said: "Mamma wants another bot
tle of that medicine; she says it is
the best medicine tor rheumatism she
ever used." 50 cent bottles for sale
by all dealers. Henson, Smith &Co.,
C. L. BBITO,
Corner of Smith and King Streets,
Keeps a Complete Line of
And Receives New Consignments by
Every Steamer. Also
Fresh Waialua and Kona Butter
At 40 Cents a Pound.
rpO elo-i) the liusinciJs of llie late llrm
J- of II. II. Wlilhuiin & Co ic-
coiint of ili'partiire of im-iiihciv, of said
liriii, all remaining outstanding accnmiis
due thai linn have lieea placed wllh
.Mr. A. S. Iliirtwell for immediate col
lection. II. II. WIIXIAMS & CO.,
Ity.l. II. Wood.
July IS, IS'.):!. I7 'Jteoil
E. J. MORGAN,
CARPENTER jg & BUILDER.
lobbing promptly attended to.
84 fterelanla St. "tateST Boll Tele. 200.
i At accounts standing sW months
t and over, If nut paid by August 1,
18!IL will he placed for collcctloirwllli
out flli'lher notice.
Honolulu, July i:, iwm. nil lw
Lost, Strayed or Stolon.
IAKO.M the prcmlM-s
L Of llllt IMUllT-
$S?ra- signed, l'auoa load,
i&tXSU ihreii weeks uiro. a
- Ituy Wily, Hollands
high, feet and mane and tail black, will
all grow bluel;. Ten (810) dollars re
wind will ho paid for the return of the
Filly. K. h. MAKSIIAIX.
July '22, lh!)J. -17S-2W
AlohHi'ts. King IJroH, aro
showing' it lino lino of Bum
boo and othor stylo Parlor
Easols, Wall Jtraokots and
Window Cornices at prices
to moot the tiniew.
Imuortflr and Denier in
Steel id Iron Ranges, Stoves and Fixtures,
AGATE WARE IN
WHITE, GRAY AND
Crockery, Rubber Hose, Lift and Force Pumps,
Water Closets, Water and Soil Pipes,
Plumbing, Tin, Copper and Sheet iron Work, ,
vMi.a.rfuf tftoU." isnw.
Builders1 & Geneie! Hardware,
PAINTS, OILS, VAUXISI1KS & LAMP GOODS,
AGATK WAIMC, TIN WA15K, NKVKR IJRKAlv WARE,
Ciiilery & General lertafe,
Blake's Steam Pumps,
WILCOX & GIBB'S. AND REMINGTON
rCtri h -.- iTifag--r
:l O. UOX .ISO.: JJ n
AWi-il Cor. i Milium V Ji.iij; !" ! .w
to- If you wuii t to piivo time :ii!ff money buy your Kuriiitiiiv. ctu., at tlm
L X. L., corni'i1 Niiiiuiiu mill King stiuuti.
ay Koiinil tin; pliiec to buy .New ami .Hucoml-lnimi Furnituro of all Kinds at
lovt prices, the I. X. L.. comer Xuiiiinii mill Kin streets.
joy Jiutlmoiii Silts Wimhohuis, Ice lo:u-. Stoves, Chairs, lliinjjln Lamp',
Jtii?5! ISureaus, Uheffoiiicrs, etc., sold cheap for easli at the I. X. L., corner Nuu
iiiiu and KIiik Mreets
Va&m Steamer and Veranda Chairs, Sofas. V.ed Lounges, Uaby Cribs, Clothes
liimkuts, Sewing Machines, Whatnots, .Meat -afo, Trunk, etc., sold at the lowest
ca-h prices at the I. X. L., New and SicouU-haml Furniture House, corner Xuu
iiuu and Kin'' .streets.
S. W. LEDERER,
sr Store Ojxmj Ksiturrtsiy
Telephones, No. Hi).
'O Q U IWS X? tt. WU. HJ f
nmp. mmup.R immnmnnk
W MB 3 ksk n n
King Street, bet. Fort & Alakca Streets,
IMPORTER & DEALER IN
Groceries, Provisions, Elour & Feed.
Fresh California Roll Butter & Island Butter
AhW.WB ON HANI).
New Goods received by every steamers from San Fraucisco.
fi?" All ordcrb faithlully attciidcd to and biitisfaetioii guaranleed. Ihland
outers holicited and uaukcil with caio.
Telephones, No. 175.
Ouliiiiriiiii Wheat, Oat liny, in largo and coinprei-Kcd ImIch; Rnrlny, Rolled
.fe (iioiuiil JJniley, California it Now Zealand OuIh, iMiddlingB, llrim, Com,
Cracked Corn, Wheat, Etc., Etc., Etc., Etc. Also,
Drifted Snow and Victor Flour I
: JT Ifl 1 M' 1 Jj 1 Z K H H :
Wo keep coiitduntly in Mock the celebrated Forlilizeis iiiiiniifuclnrcd by Mr.
A. U.uia of San Fraiicisco, viz.: Rone Meal, Wool DiiHt and High (Snide
Suiier Phosphates, all of which can be had al bedrock prices.
(OUT IhIhoiI nnlcirM tu-tlinif rl and fatisfuction guaninteed. jfgUff
LEWIS & CO., Ill Fort Street,
HONOLULU, 11. J.,
Importers, Yliolesale & Retail Dealers in Groceries & Provisions,
II y each Hteanior of tho O. H. S, Co. from California fresh Ciilafornia Roll
Butter, Frozen Oystoro and Fresh California Fruits, Fish, Oiinio, Vegetables,
uto., etc. A complete lino of Ciohso & MaokweH'K it J. T. Morton's. Canned
it Bottled (Joods alwayt, on band. Also, jiict leccived a frunh lino of Uoriiiiin
Pates and Potted Meats and Bottled I'reborvcd Fruits, Lowis & Co.'s Maltese
Brand Sugar Cuied llama and Bacon, New Breakfast Cereals, Cieimi Out
Flakes and Cream Wheat Flakes, Siuily Lemons and California Rivorsiilo
Oranges, Oregon Builiauk Potatoes, Etc., Etc., Etc, Kutinfaction guaranteed.
P. O. Box 115.-
G-roceries, Provisions and Feed,
EAST CORNER FORT AND KING STREETS.
Now Goods iccei veil by every packet from Eastern Slates and Europe,"
Fresh California Produce by ovory ae:uner. All orders faithfully attended
to and Goods delivered to any part of tho oily freo of ohargo. Island orders
Hnlicitfd, Ratisfdotion uunrftnti'i'd. 1.01
& Kitchen Utensils,
or sj '? Kftne
JMd j MTAL TEL. 'JO.
livrninjjjs till 9 o'clock, -a
Cor. Edinburgh & Queen Sis.
If i 5 J
O y Sua A m
S8f2T 1'. O. Box 372.
-V. 0. Box 2!)7.
-Toleiihono No. 92.
AND DEALERS IN
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