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ST. LODIIS, MO.
BREWERS OF FINE BEER EXCLUSIVELY !
, MANUFACTURED FROM
Pure M and Highest Grade Hop
63? No Corn or Com preparations used in place of Malt, as is done
by other Eastern Breweries, in order to cheapen the cost of their Boor,
and to compete with our worid-renowned and justly famed article.
With the Completion of the E2ew Btewhouse,
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 Mtf.rial: Malt, 12,000 bushels per clay 3,600,000
bushels per year. Hops: 7,.r00 lbs. per day 2,250,000 lbs. per year.
No Corn or Corn Preparations are used in the manufacture
of the nhfuseu-Busch Bf.kr. It is, therefore, the highest priced but the
Most wholesome and ically the least expensive for its superior quality.
Annual SmwiNc Capacity: 100,000,000 Bottles and 5,000,000 Kegs.
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, throughout the woild, their Beer excelled all
This Company have prepared a special bi and of their highest grade
Beer, for the Hawaiian Islands, known as " SPECIAL I5UBW," with
a handsome label and in white bottles, which with their best "EXPORT
ANHEUSEli" in dark bottles, heretofore inporled, we will now
supply to the trade in quantities to suit.
(i. W. MACFARLANE & CO.,
4451 Agent for ilie Hjiiv;iiiiui Inlands. If
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Society of the United States.
An Eminently Conservative and Safe Company.
FIN AN CIAL STKENG TIL
The. consideration of first importance in judging of the condition of
any financial institution (and notably of a life assurance company, the ma
jority of whose contracts extend over long periods of years) is its surplim
strength. The Equitable- lias, over and above all liabilities, a larger bur
plus than any other assurance company.
Assets, Dec. 31, 1891,
LIABILITIES, including the Reserve on all existing Policlos, (4
per cent. Standard) and Special deserve (toward the es
tablishment of a iy. par con!, valuation) ol $1,500,000 109,905,537.82
This Surplus remains after making provision for every obligation, on a
rigid calculation of Liubilities based on the standard prescribed by the In
surance Law of the .Statu of New Yoik, which assumes that Assets will be
invested so us to realize interest at the rale of -1 pur cent, per annum. In
addition to this, in a spiiit of conservatism, the Directors of the Society,
on tho recommendation of its Financo Committee, have set aside n Special
Additional Reserve, looking towards even a more stringent and conservative
future standard of valuation than the law now prescribes.
ALEX. J. CARTWRICHT,
General Acinic for Hawaiian Islands.
c. j. McCarthy,
Nbw Cummins' Block, Mkhchant Stjiekt.
REAL ESTATE BROKER.
FIKE INSURANCE PLACED. COLLECTIONS ATTENDED TO,
Bents Collected and Houses Bunted.
fjST Any business entrusted to me
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will receive prompt attention. jgCj
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Golden Rule Bazar !
W. I KKYNOLDS, l'uoruiKiou.
Solo Agent fur the-
Domestic Sewii licklu '
This Machine is now improved o
us to nmko cither Chain Siiioii ou
Lock Ktiipii. ll stands at. the head
NHHDLES and ATTACHMENTS
for all kinds of Machines.
Scvvmg Machines of ail kinds
gey Don't foiget that this is posi
tively a CASH STOKE no piivuto
individual can obtain Credit, Every
thing theieioio CiiUAi-.
Staiionery and Blank Cooks!
GUITARS, from 1. 00 up.
Furneau.x's Beautiful Views of the
Lawn Tennis Rackets and Halls.
Base Balls and Hats.
Popular Bound Books
At 35 Cents Each.
NOVELS! NOVELS! NQVCLS!
CBSpeeiul Arrangements for school
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 thai 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 MolNERNY BUILDING,
OFFER FOR SALE.
Al Spcialii ReducGd Rates
AN AKSOUT.UKNT Ol'
Geuuiae Bavarian Beers!
Comprising the following Cele
CULM BACH Ell.
Now being lauded ex "J. O. IMIuger."
Brunswick Billiard Parlors
nPHE undersigned offeis for sale (lie
JL business of the Brunswick Milliard
Parlors, the best equipped institution of
the kiuil In Honolulu. To the right man
thuy are a very desirable property. They
will bo sold at an uuy llguie. Further
particulars on application to
A. W. HOWE,
IhO lw Proprietor.
HUSTACE & CO.,
WOOD & COAL.
White & Black Sand
Which wo will cell at the very lowest
market rates foi uasii.
Boll Tele. 414. -&XoSf Mutual Tolo. 19.
ASPRINOFIKLH HO-Llght Gas Ma
chine hi complete woiklug order
and guaranteed. Will be sold upon
favoiable tenns to tbu purchaser. Albo
a few Uaudeoiiie Fixtures. Apply to
II'JO tf Kim: street.
The bentthliiy to hoimI to
your i'ritMitlHaliroiid is King
ISrott.' IlliiHlriitcd Souvnir
ol' Jlavvnii, wlilcli in gotlon
up lor the purpose and iH
not an Hdvrl.iBmont.
Tiiuiisday, .July 28, 1802.
The Assemlily re-convened at 1 :flf
and proceeded with the consideration
of Bill fi!) relative to the codification
of the l'enal Laws.
Rep. Smith said that he had just
learned that there were no more
copies of the 1'enil Codu to be had
at Ihe Interior Olllce. This was an
additional reason for immediate codi
fication. On motion the bill as amended by
the committee, making thu amount
$200, was passed to engrossment
and for third reading on Tuesday
Second reading of Bill 57, relating
to appointing a police justice and
two district judges for llilo, and llio
division of the said distuct into three
separate judicial districts.
Motion was made to table the bill
m accord with the recommendation
of the committee report thereon.
Lost, and bill was passed to engross
ment; vote reconsidered and lost,
and bill ordered to third reading on
Bill 122, relating to the sale, im
portation! and manufacture of opium
in this Kingdom, was read a second
time and referred to Opium Commit
tee No. 1 .
Second reading of Bill 21, relat
ing to the suppression of disease
among animals. Report of Sanitary
Committee that the bill pass, was
read and adopted, and bill ordered
to engrossment, and for third read
ing on Tuesday.
Second reading of bill 515, relating
to keepers of stallions. Beport of
Sanitary Committee that the bill
pass was approved and the bill was
ordered to engrossment and for third
reading on Tuesday next.
Second reading of Bill 01, relating
to making liana, Maui, and Maka
weli, Kauai, as ports of entry. Con
sideration of the bill was postponed
for two weeks from Thursday on ac
count of the absence of Noble Bald
win. Second reading of Bill '17 relating
to the proposed amendment to the
statute of limitations. The report of
Judiciary Committee with a substi
tute Bill No. 120 was read. Action
was deferred until Noble Neumann
Second reading of Bill 33a rela
tive to duties. On motion the bill
was considered item by item.
The first item reads that "ou silk,
satins and silk velvets, and all arti
cles of which silk shall form the prin
cipal material a duly of 25 percent
Noble Cornwell desired to know
what the duty thereon was now.
Minister Widemann 10 percent.
Rep. Smith desired to know the'
estimated increase to the revenue.
Noble Marsden said that if all the
items submitted passed over 510, 000
per yeai would be added to the
revenue provided the importations
kept up in the same ratio. The arti
cles in the item under consideration
were all clear luxury and he moved
the item pass.
Noble Macfarlane was in favor of
passing on these articles as luxuries.
Thought it proper to obtain a revenue
by increased tax on luxuries but that
should be avoided on the necessarcs.
Rep. Kancalii was not in favor of
the proposed tax. It was only piling
up burdens on the consumer. It
was the wish and desire of many a
poor woman to become the possessor
of a silk dress, but with this addi
tional tax put on silks her hopes
would be further off from realization.
He thought, from the coming events
which were casting their shadows be
fore, that Hawaiians would soon have
to go back to first principles and
wear thu malo and consider it full
dress. This tax proposed would
have to be paid by the poor. If an
income was wanted why not make
the lawless pay it? License could be
issued and good revenues obtained
from gambling, opium and liquor
selling. Why try to wrest this money
from the people of respectability and
Minister Widemann said that the
item was applicable to articles of
luxury and such only. He would
vote in favor of it.
Noble Macfarlane snid that the tax
would come from the pockets of the
rich not the poor. The Hawuiians
could Bafcly be classed amongst the
poor class and they diil not need
silks or satins and therefore they
would not contribute to this revenue.
It was necessary to prepare to face
the inevitable. The estimated in
come now will hardly pay the sala
ries. This is the first time in tho
history of tho country that it had to
be confronted with actual destitution.
Rev. Kancalii said that the Jkist
speaker could not deny that the pro
posed increase of duties meant an in
crease in cost to the poor people.
Noble Macfarlane said that the
speaker was begging the question,
some of tho Ilawaiiun people very
probably could afford to buy silks
and he (the speaker) would be
pleased if they could ull afford to,
but Rep. Kanealii was not speaking
for tho mass of his constituents, only
an individual few.
Rep. Kauhi favored the proposed
increase in revenue.
Minislcr I'aiker said that he had
been in some doubt ut first but since
listening to the eloquent words of
Rep. Kauhi he had becomo a, convert
to his idea and believed thut'nll that
was necesary now was to vole.
Rop. Ashford objected to tho item.
The proposed iucreaso was in con
travention of tho treaty with the
United States. On its face it pur
ported to bo a nullification of tho
treaty and the honorable member
read therefrom to sustain Ids point.
Continuing lie said that he objected
to the attempt to make the Hawaiians
a calico race, simply that calico would
bo good enough for them to wear.
They were already under tho heel of
the oppressor and their properties
were fast going from them and into
the hands of those who can afford to
pay for luxuries. This proposed rev
enue would press harder on those who
were poor than on the rich.
Minister Widemann said, "That is
only an assertion, there is no proof."
Rep. Smith rose to a point of order j
he had a recollection that Rep. Ash
ford had obtained a leave of absence.
What was he doing hero now?
Rep. Ashford Yes, and the hon
orable member favored ninking it for
:i month. I don't wonder if ho de
sires to support such u bill as this.
(Laughter). Should not have been
surprised if they had made it per
manent. I am still tinder 'the doc
tor's care and am here simply in
duty to my constituents. Noble
Macfarlane had expressed a horror
of the condition of tilings and that it
might necessitate a tax on property.
That was where the tax should lie
levied and it is the usual thing for
"money-bags" to bo ever horrified
at such levy. lie had no objection
to an additional tax upon property
because the main expenses of govern
ment were to protect property. lie
drew attention to lines 30 and 38 of
the bill, showing a duty of 25 per
cent on perfumery and tooth and
nail brushes and that on soap of only
10 percent. He moved that the item
under consideration bo struck out.
Minister Widemann was sorry that
he had not the gift of talk that Bcp.
Ashford had, for if so lie would
make him jump over his desk three
times more. This is the third failure
made bj' that member in arguments,
viz,, 1st, against the coinage bill,
which passed ; 2nd, the tax oil play
ing cards, which passed, and now
endeavor is made by him to intro
duce race prejudice. No one takes
away the right of the natives to buy
silks or satins. This is a tax on the
rich; it is for luxuries; if for the
necessities of life it would bo on tho
poor. Did not understand the speech
of the member, it was beyond his in
tellect ; did not believe the member
understood his own argument.
Rep. Smith said that the posses
sion of a silk dress was not a neces
sity; if the proposed duty did no
more than to prevent some of our
wives from buying less silk dresses
than they do now then the Lord be
praised ! (Laughter). The revenue
will be increased by some S-1000 or
$5000 per year on this item alone.
.Wished that we could afford to have
full free trade but wo were too poor.
The motion to strike out was put
and lost and the item was then ap
proved. The next item, "Clothing, ready
made, and wearing apparel of every
description made up in whole or in
part, 10 percent ad valorem," was
passed without any discussion.
"Chinese clothing ready made and
wearing apparel, 25 percent."
The above item was discussed for
a short while, but before any action
was taken thereon the Assembly at
Mr. .1. P. Ulaize, an extensive real
estate dealer in Des Moines, Iowa,
narrowly escaped oim of the severest
attacks of pneumonia while in the
northern part of that state during a
recent blizzard, suvs the Saturday
Jleview. Mr. Blaizc had occasion to
drive several miles during the storm
and was so thoroughly chilled that
he was unable to get warm, and in
side of an hour after his return he
was threatened, with a severe case of
pneumonia or lung fever. Mr. Blai.e
sent to the nearest diug store and
got a bottle of Chamberlain's Cough
Remedy, of which he had often
heard, and took a number of large
doses. He says the effect was won
derful and that in a short time he
was breathing quite easily. He kept
on taking the medicine and the next
day was able to come to Des Moines.
Mr. Blaize regards his cure as simply
wonderful. Fifty cent bottles for
sale by all dealers. Benson, Smith
& Co., Agents.
Sanitary U ndcrclotliing
I herewith appoint Mk. M. GOLD
BERG, Agent for the sale of my
Genuine Sanitary Underclothing in
tho Hawaiian Islands. Beware of
PROF. DR. G. JAEGEIi.
Stuttgart, the l'Jlhof September, 'DO.
A FULL ASSORTMENT JUST ARRIYED.
MobHi-H. King Bros, nro
showing a Jimi lino of liain
hoo and otlior Htylo Parlor
Easels, Wall JJraokots and
Window Cornices at prices
io moot I Ih iinios.
Importer and Doalor in
Steel anil Iron Ranies,
Housekeeping Goods & Kitchen Utensils,
AGATE W ARE IN LARGE VARIETY.
WHITE, GRAY AND StLVEK-I'LATED
Crockery, Rubber Hose, Lift and Force Pumps,
Water Closets, Water aud Soil Pipes.
Plumbing, Tin, Copper and Sheet Iron Work.
Builders' & Geneial Hardware,
PAINTS, OILS, VARNISHES & LAMP GOODS,
AGATE WARE, TIN WARE, NEVER BREAK WARE,
bit & Gflfler
Blake's Steam Pumps,
WILCOX & GIBB'S, AND REMINGTON
feEWING JMLACHI N ES.
: 1'. O. BOX 480. :
VNt. Cor. .Nuusnni .So Kin SLroots
iMaV If you want to save time and money buy your Furniture, etc., at tlio
I. X. L., corner Nimami and Kiajr streets.
ijgy- Found the place to buy New anil Second-hand Furniture of. all kinds at
lowest prices, the I. X. L., coiner Ninianu and King streets.
t&r lfedroom Sets, Wardrobes, Ice Uoxes, Stoves, Chairs, Hanging Lamps,
Rugs, Bureaus, Oliefl'onlers, etc., bold cheap for cash at the I. X. L., corner Nuu
auu aud King stieets.
IfcT hteamer and Veranda Chairs, Solas, lied Lounges, Uaby Cribs, Clothes
Baskets, Sewing Machines, Whatnots, Meat Safes, Trunks, etc., sold at the lowest
eah prices at the I. X. L., New and Second-hand Furniture House, corner Nuu
aiiu and Kin" streets.
S. W. LEDERER,
Br Starts Open Saturday
Telephones, No. III).-
Olias. lost ace, Lincoln Block,
King Street, bet. Fort & Alakea Streets,
IMPORTER & DEALER IN
Groceries, Provisions, Flour & Feed.
Fresh California Boll Butter & Island Butter
ALWAYS ON HAND.
New Goods received by every steamers from San Francisco.
0ST All oiders faithfully attended to and satisfaction guaranteed. Island
orders solicited and nacked with earn.
Telephones, No. 175.-
nu -41 .
California Wheat, Oat Hay, in largo and compressed bales ; Barley, Boiled
Sc Ground Barley, California & Now Zealand Oats, Middlings, Bran, Coi n,
Cracked Corn, Wheat, Etc., Etc., Etc., Etc. Also,
Drifted Snow and Victor Flour I
: fc' ll! Xi. rV X JL. I 55 XC X !- :
Wo keep constantly in ttock the celebrated Fertilizers manufactured by Mr.
A. Haas of San Francisco, viz.: Bono Meal, Wool Dust and High Giado
3upor Phosphates, all of which can be had at bedrock prices.
SfjW" IsUnd order folioitpd and hiitisf notion guaranteed. Jgtft
- LEWIS & CO.. Ill Fort Street,
HONOLULU, II. I.,
Importers, Wholesale & Retail Dealers in Groceries & Provisions,
By each Hteainer of tho O. 8. S. Co. from California fresh Oulafornia Boll
Butter, Frozen Oysters and Fresh California Fruits, Fish, Game, Vegetables,
etc., etc. A coin pleto lino of Orosso & Blaokwell's & J. T. Morton's Canned
& Bottled GoodB always on band. Also, just received a fresh lino of German
Pates and Potted Meats and Bottled Preserved Fruits, Lewis & Co.'s Maltese
Brand Sugar Cured Hams and Bacon, Now Breakfast Cereals, Cream Oat
Flakes and Cream Wheat Flakes, Sicily Lemons and California Riverside
Oranges, Oregon Burhauk Potatoes, Etc., Etc.. Etc. Satisfuc'ion guaranteed.
F. O. Box lift.
IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN
Groceries, Provisions and Feed,
EAST CORNER FORT AND KING STREETS.
New Goods received by every packet from Eastern States and Europe,
Frcsli California Produce by every steamer. All orders faithfully attouded
to and Goods delivered to any part of tho city free of cliargo. Island orders
aolinitnd, Htinfntion KiiKTiuitppd. 1-91
Stoves ai Fixtures,
: MUTUAL TEL. 90.
Evuiihign till 9 o'clock. -
-1 O. Box 372.
-Cor. Edinburgh & Queen Sts.
-P. O. Box 297.
Telophono No. 92.
cINTYRE &. BF
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