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TTOXOU?LU STAK-RITLIjETIN, WEHNESIiAY. T. 2, 1012.
"PURE BEER SLOGAN PROVED -UNTRUE
BY 11. S. STATISTICS
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How Brewmasters of America
Arc Adulterating The'r
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Give Your Grocer An Order Today for
A Package of
Better Than Butter For Cooking
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It takes more than the suggestion to keep cool these days. It
ready can be done only with an
Just attach it to the chandelier in place of a lamp. It usee
less current than a 16-candlepower lamo.
We have them complete from
The Hawaiian Electric Co., Ltd.
If you require double
vision lenses, you will en
joy Kryptok Lenses.
With them you are cer
tain of having becoming
glasses, perfect for near
and far view, ami entirely
free from any odd appear
ance or suggestion of ad
r They can be put into
any style frame or mount
ing or into your old ones.
Alfred D. Fairweaifoi
garrison Dlock. Fort Street.
3 Malt i.of
I ley i . .
tJ Corn . .
U Rice .
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T'i,! 7,y" bushels
. . - u..v;7 pounds
-ugar . . .7T".: 1
, it Hops ;i ,7;.7.".'.
J Glucose 4V 21). 37 51
tl Glucose syrup. .".,"74.7 01 gallons XJ
I Other grains.. .".."N2."4 bushels
:JJ Other solids. . . 2. If. Vi7 pound-? t!
; i Liqiids and
i svrups 7S4:2 gallons it
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j Spcci.il Si.ir-I'.uII.-un i'"ms I'iic'1
j WASHINGTON, Sept. 17. "Only
the unrest of hnns and malt" this is
the expression which is used to ans- j " the h(,l sugar grain and chemical
wer every querv as to the composition ; combination which makes beer are of
nf l.aorc u4,un nri,nmrfofi tr, -jnv ni record in 'he offices of the United
of the thousand and odd "masters" in
Hoi'-, which are supimsed to mi-'
liisu tl! !l.or oi" all good ber, ap-1
P'Tir In the tabulation of American
! r i-c2i.pon'nts to the, extent ot
'"''..'::: ;mut? and along hops!
a coloring and flavoring as well as!
"l'Oiiy"-produc!iis ingredients of heerj
no t.o pounds or grape Migai..
t v .i'7;.:;7s pounds of glucose and ."..
"7l.7;i gallons of glucose syrup
The foregoing composition of Amer
iiati beer may be considered the basic
composition It is interesting to tne'
student of the application of the na-t
tioiial laws against adulteration of
food and food products to note that
even this is not all. It will be sten
' how far from true is the reiterated as-
1 sertion of the brew-masters that i
Only the purest of Hops and Malt" go
into the particular beer which is their
; pride and livelihood, but along with
, the difference from the facts must
also be considered the minor ingredi
ents of the American products. More
! than two. score of special .variations
the breweries of the I'niteii States. A
States commissioner for the internal
revenue. The secret is guarded nowa-
brew-master who understands his bus- j das- At one time it was public prop-
iness would just as soon think of .tell- erl' Uut not s,nce 18Jb nas trie com
,ing you the combination of his safe j missioner been willing to gh e up his
deposit box as to relate the i.m (oin-data- ven to the department of agri
loosition of the i.rnHiirt of his Drew erv. ! culture, which annually asks for the
It makes no difference if the brew
ery be large or small, whetiie- the
brew-master's, salary be $i'0.0O0 a
year, as is the case in a number of the
greater "suds-factories" of Milwaukee.
St. Louis and New York or $-'0 a -week
ae may be the case in the little brew
eries, where the annual product only
meets a part of the consumption of a
town of a few hundred souls.
bureau's data and as often as it asks
is refused. The excuse of the internal
revenue bureau is that the industry
which is taxed on an excise basis is
entitled to the confidential treatment
of its trade secrets.
Other Components TsecL
The following is the Hist of extra
components which go into American
beer. The proportions are secret. The
Only der burest of hops und malf'J only index as to just how much of
their inclusion in the national beer
output constitutes adulteration must
be judged from the fact that they do
enter into the composition of beer.
Anhyeric sugar, barley sugar, black
malt, brewers' extract, candy, rock
candy, cereal coloring, color malt,
brown malt, weiss beer, concentrated
is the brew-master's slogan from
Maine, if there is any beer made in
Maine, to California, where they don't
know anything about beer anyhow.
The brew-master's slogan is not
i)orne out by the facts. True, hops
and malt are two ..of the cominments
of American beerT Malt is the larger
component in the; list of product weiss beer, corn flakes, corn grit, corn
which go to make up beer but along nieal, wheat, wheat meal, Irish moss,
with it go a tremendous, volume of luperline, salycilic acid, ising-glass,
corn and rice,. As for hops, there is' dextria- malt, dextrine, mazone, maize
more grape sugar in the American malt, hominy, honey, hop extract, hop
beer output any minute than there is substitute, meal moss, maltoid, patent
hops, and the brew-masters know it. I wheat, saccharine, soda sugar, sugar
In the foregoing table it will be malt, sugar meal and wheat malt,
seen that the malt component of AH this combination, of chemical
American beer is 76.187.SS0 bushels, and vegetable variations number in
that is the actual amount of pure bulk, as follows: Grains, 5,082,104
barley malt which goes into the Amer- bushels; other solids, 2,468,067
ican Deer output, but along with it pounus; nquias, s,4yz gallons
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WAILUKC, Oct. I.-Rp.v, Henry P.
Judd conducted an institute for the
Sunday school teachers at the Haiku
church last Tuesday afternoon. In
the evening Revs. A. Craig Bowdish
and II. H. Dodge preached to the
large audience that gathered.
At the Fisher hearing on Friday
afternoon at. the court house in Wai
iuku, a most representative gathering
of citizens greeted him. Men came
from all parts of the islands and
crowded the court house full. The
faces of many of the Hzfiku-Pauwela
homesteaders were noticeable.
rri c c oi i T - . a
ine luiuiues oi oiaiuey liiviussion ican Deer output, Dut along with it pounus; nquias, t
of Honolulu and Geo. W. Wilbur of .there is. as representative of th Tnole Sum's Position.
Wailuku have gone to Pauwela to 'grains which Will produce the neces-l "Only the purest .of Hops and Malt
take up their homesteads.
Mrs: Henry Alexander returned to
Honolulu last Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Battelle have
been visiting Mr. and Mrs. PenhallowJ category also are 5,1)82,104 1ushels of upsetting somebody's monopoly on a
hlnce last Wednesday. Mrs. Bad-
telle returns today.
Miss Klsie Wilcox of Lihue has
been visiting Mrs. R. H. Floggett of
Hamakuapoko and Mrs. K. J. von
Zedwitz of Lahaina.
Mrs. .1. P. Cooke, who has been
spending a few weeks on Maui, visit
ing her mother. Mrs. H. P. Baldwin,
returned on the Lurline last Satur
Miss Irene Aiken has left Maui for
a year's study at the College of Ha
waii, where she is regularly matricu
lated. Her mother is at present, stay
ing with her other daughter, Mrs. F.
W. Hardyl of Makawao.
W. H. Ingle, business director of
the Wailuku Gymnasium, was called
to the Coast by cable last week. He
went on important business, but will
return as soon as iossible to his
work on Maui. He left on the last
Rev. S. P. Kaaia was installed pas
tor, of the Honokohau church last
Sunday ' afternoon by a committee of
ministers appointed by the Maui As
sociation of churches at their meet
ing at Kaunakakai. Rev. 11. P. Judd
sary fermentation and are cheaper anc uncle Sams bureau of internal
than basley, 9,767,169 bushels of In- revenue put in a position where it has
dian corn and 203,068,867 pounds of to back up the fabrication by refusing
rice. Then numbered in the grain to give out all the figures for fear of
other grainp including
combinations of wheat
less common grains.
wheat and good receipt for making the best of
with other beer out of the "Purest of Hops and
Malt and nothing else."
G. A. R. Smith, proprietor of the
Vienna Bakery, located on Fort street
opposite the head, of Pauaha, is today
"eclebratin" the seventh anniversary
of the establishment of his -business
in this city.
October 2, 1905, Mr. Smith began
in a very modest way, opening a bak
ery in a small storehouse opposite the
Catholic cathedral on upper Fort
street. The first few years he had a
desperately hard, uphill fight, and sev-
preached Hie sermon, Rev. I). W. K. t eral times failure seemed to be staring
White gave the right hand of fellow
ship. Rev. L. B. Kaumeheiwa the
charge of the people and Rev. R. B.
Hodge the charge to the pastor. The
J Committee made the trip from Wai
luku to Hmiokohau and back during
the afternoon. In .conjunction with
this pastorate. Ttev. Mr. Kaaia will
preach at Kahakuloa.
.Mrs. L. F. .lones sang "The Prodi
gal Son." at the Wailuku Cnion
church last Sunday evening.. She has
one of the. sweetest and best trained
voices in Hawaii. The large congre
gation present greatly enjoyed her
beautiful rendering. For some years
Mrs. .lones sang in some of the larg
est churches in Boston. Her last ap-j
puintmen" in that city was at the'
j First I'hi'aiian church in Sommer-j
! ville. which is nood for its ece!!eiit
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G. A. Ii. SMITH
Owner of the Vienna Bakery
of the Wailuku
Cnion church began its fall and win-
in woik atiim on rv,nma. i ne j nini jn tno fa0fJ j;t V a courage
sang most aeceptably "Oh How Auii-;tj!at UOuld hae done credit to some
! able." Mrs. .tones is no v.- a member Vf tti printer business men of the
of lhe choir ot the Cnion church. G. world. h stuck to the tight, with the
G. Irwin. Moses Kauhimahu and Jos- ,-csult that he i.- today on the high-
Construction of the electric railway
to Pearl Harbor now only awaits ac
tion of the Territorial government in
performing a small formality. Ac
cording to law the work can not pre
ceed until the company makes a con
tract with the Superintendent of Pub
lic Works, as the proposed line crosses
a public road.
Through its attorneys, the Pearl
Harbor Traction Company some time
ago submitted a form of such con
tract to the Superintendent of Public'
Works, since when the document has
reposed in ineffective status in a pig
eon hole of the department. Whether
the delay in attending' to the matter
is due to the Fisher investigation, or
to the fact that the head of the Pub
lic Works Department has resigned
and is in private employ, can not.be
said. It is only known that the At
torney General is ready and waiting to
'pass upon the contract whenever it is
submitted to him but it cometh not
to his desk.
I AllfUnnV MESSENGER BOY
We know everybody and understand
eph H. Kt:i;cv. a
as new member:
t i e
HAWAIIAN LODGE NO. 21, F. &. A.M
Phono 2295 Reaches
Hustaee-Peek Co. .Ltd.
ALL KIDS OF ROCK AND SAD FOR CONCRETE WORK.
FIREWOOD AND COAL.
CI QUEEN STREET. P. 0. BOX 212
F. A, A. M..
also voted in : road to a realization of his dream of
About six and a half : ars ago Mr.
j Mnith moved his estahlisnment into
:the present large quarters of the Vi
ifiina Bakery ou the Waikiki sid- of
Fort street. In the new location bus
iness has gone ahead by leaps and
bounds, as it were. Besides a large
l and ever-increasing business at the
: shop. Mr. Smith has built up a large
outside clientele, supplied by three
WIU. B1-: A SPKCIAL
Hawaiian Lo.ige No. I'l,
at it.- lodgerooin. .Masonic
I"1' "".hi '" liverv tt-a?ons which e:C! :.t ; 1 1 nartf
nilS i Wednesday I EK.- , . ? ,
i ri f tlw r i fx- o n rl en Ktirhc
1NG. October 2. V.2. at 7:". o'clock, j Vl t
, r i t- .twi- ' nn tbis.he seventh ann; rsarv of
WORK IN rHIRl) HKGRKF.. j ni!f business. Mr. Smitli is extending
Members of Honolulu Lodge, Oce- to his friend sincere rhanks tor past
anic Lodge and all isiting brethren : patronage, and solid's a fair trial by
are fraternally invited to attend. j those who have not hitherto been his
By order of the W. M. regular patrons. His past record is a
K. K. L. W'ALLACK, !guarante oi his success in pieas'ng
Secretary. e ewone.
FOR LAST MONTH I
P.uilding rrmits for new construe
tion in September contain a total es
timated cost value of :,fs. and'
oerniifs for renairs and alferation
22.S's. making $121.4ur, altogether, j
These figures are a decrease ofllut.
"77 from August in new construction,
and an increase of $7."7 in repairs,
e'e or a net decrease of ?!". 72" in
all building permits for last month
as compared with the preceding one. j
Since last printed report, or from .
September 21 to '.''. new building per
mits wore issued as follows:
.1. K. Goeas. lwelling. Punchbowl
Sanko : Co.. builders; $14")".
Lee Leu. dwelling. Kokn Head
treet: Wong Wong, builder; ''. I
T. R. Souza. dwelling Fum-hal
street; T. Holmberg. architect; Na
kauihi. biilder; S2""'t. -j
lohn S hulte. dwelling. Palama;
Fukumura. architect; Nakauishi,'
Lutn Foo Chin. dwelling. Long'
tract. King street; Lum San Tim. j
architect and builder; SBO).
Chas. Kern Sen. dwelling. Punch
iowl; Lau Chung architect and build
Black Velvet, Black Satin, Patent, Dull
Calf, Tan Calf
$3.50 a Pair
Mclnerny Shoe Store
K Via "Lurline" VA "
VA i :
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7 Sold on Easy Payments vj
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kl e. u. nan eg oon, m
k! . ... Limi,? .... VA r
ma l or. kitip ana n ort C3ts. iv i '
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Union-Pacific Transfer Co.
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Lawyers representing Illinois In
dian tribes have brought suit for most,
of Chicago's waterfront or cash dam
ages of $.".0.im'm).(mm. The claim to the
land is based on old treaties with the
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STAR-BULLETIN 175 PER MONTH