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BTS1IOP & Co., BANKERS
Honolulu, Ilnwullnn Islands.
Draw Exchnngo on tho
JJunU oi'C'alUbriiiu, S. TF,
Anil their agents in
NEW YORK, BOSTON, HONG KONG.
Mosrs. N. M.Holhnchlhl &h'oi), London.
The Commcrchil Hank Co., ol Sydney,
The Commercial Hunk Co., of Sydney,
The Bank of New Zciitund: Auckland,
Chrlstchurch, ami Wellington.
Tho Unnk of British Coltimuli, Vie.
torla, I). 0. and Portland, Or.
Transact a General Hanking Business.
I'leJged to neither Beet nor Iattj.
Bat estiMlthed for the benefit of all.
TUKSDAY, .TAN. 12, 1880.
EXPORTS OF 1885.
The published repot I of tho Col
lector General of Customs on the
cxpottsof tliu past year bhows the
staple agricultural industries of the
Kingdom to be in good condition,
although, comparing the figures with
those of the pioceding year, there is
a considerable falling off in (lie ex
port trade as regards some of our
products. The greatest falling off
is in rice, in which the exports of
'8 j arc, in lound numbers, about
80 percent, of those of '81. This
may probably be partly due to the
fact of foieign markets being kept
constantly well stocked with the
ni licit) from this and other rice
growing latitudes, thus making tho
cultivation of rice less of an object
than it might otherwise be. Paddy,
as an export, lias appatently gone
with the things that were, for the
last year, under this head, is a
blank. The exports of the year,
with their lespective values, are:
SniRir. 2t.;0u.0:i81l S1.112.7;W SI
Hire. l,US;t,!i00 1b
Kuiigii". 1.1U7 Hi
Jtnti.mu. 1 U.UTi! biich1-.
(ioat -K1ii, :i.8!l" lie-..
Hotel lcae, (ifibx-..
Slurp --kin--. 1.220 po.
Total value M.203,.117 IS
The export of sugar, of course,
occupies llrst place. As compared
with tho year preceding, there is
an increase of 2S,Gtir,:V.)1 lb.
Molasses shows a decrease of .'-2,1)89
gallons. Fungus has decreased by
about one half the export of 1881.
Tallow follows paddy, and from
2,801 lbs. the ptovious year, falls to
a blank. Pulu fulls from 105 pounds
to nothing, which is, after all, not
much of a tumble. The decline in
pelts is paltry, hides being about fi
pet cent less. If this is a coffee
growing country, the giowers are
forgetting the fact, or the plant is
going back on them, for the expotts
have fallen from -ISM to 107.1 lb.
The remaining aiticles that show a
decreased export are goat skins, !H!5
pes ; betel leaves, 00 bxs ; and calf
skins, !)1 pes. The total value of
the expotts of '85 is $l)80,7f)f.0G
greater than those of '81. Diversi
fied itidustiics, as indicated by the
exports, are clearly in a condition
that gives ample room for develop
ment. While sugar continues to
rule with good crops and open mar
kets, the industries of the country
tue on a ptospcrous basis ; but in the
event of a failute in this one crop,
or a radical change in the tarilfs of
the United States, the tesiilt would
be disastrous. These circumstances
can be improved and permanence
scouted to the ptescut faiily pros
perous situation by increasing the
number of independent producers
and diversifying tho houteei of profit
able industry. Hut while a great
deal dopends upon the continuance
of the present treaty relations with
the United Stales, it does not neces
sarily follow that the mainstay of
the wealth of 1 lawaii depends upon
tho fiat of Congress declaring
whether our products shall have an
open market on the Pacific coast or
otherwise. Conunetcial men and
others who have given the matter
careful study are of tho opinion that
although a change in the tieaty as
affecting sugar would be temporarily
very embarrassing, it need not bo
viewed as irrettievably ruinous.
Tho exhibit for the year 1835 is,
notwithstanding all this, very en
couraging, and gives piotnise, under
favorable circumstances, of being re
pented if not excelled during the pre
sent year. A feature of consider
able importance is that wlr.it there is
of prosperity is duo to labor, and
labor is that in which the wealth of
THE DAILY BULLETIN SUMMARY j HONOLULU, H. L, TUESDAY,
S. S. St.
Diffeient informants agtee that
only fifty or sixty Chiricahiias, di
vided up into small bands, are on
the war path in Arizona. It N
believed General Crook will use the
tioops sent to him from the Presidio,
aided by the troops already in the
field, to destroy the murderous
Do Frcycinet was reluctant to
undertake forming a new Cabinet in
France, on Dec. 13 1st asking Presi
dent Grevy for time to consider the
situation and consult friends.
There are symptoms of an effott
being made in Ohio to pi event the
re-election of Senator Sherman.
A proclamation was to have been
issued In India and hnglaml on .Ian.
1st, formally annexing Uuriiiah to
the Btitish Empire.
A London special of Dec. .'list
says New Year's prospects for
peace are not bright. Krupp has
supplied more guns in the last
month than in almost tho whole
year previously. Turkey is still
massing troops on the Macedonian
frontier, and Greece is still in a
warlike attitude. Large contracts
for cartridges are reported to have
been placed in the United Slates.
A lire in Detroit, Mich., Jan 1st,
beginning in D. M. Ferry & Co.'s
mammoth building, about i) o'clock
in the morning, burned all day,
causing destruction of several blocks,
the estimated loss being $1,500,000,
of which the largest share is borno
by D. M. Ferry & Co.
Lord Churchill's scheme of home
rule for Ireland does not include a
parliament, but popularly elected
administrative olllcers to replace
A collision was expected on New
Year's Day between Federal and
State troops, the former trying to
prevent and the latter to enforce
the installation of municipal olllcers
in the eitj of Matamoras, State of
A majority of speakers at a He
publican banquet to Senor Zorilla in
Madrid urged a revolution against
the Government. The minority,
headed by Senor Salnieron, pro
tested against violence and coun
selled seeking help front the Moder
ates. The Hritisli steamer Sidonian,
from Leghorn for New York, lias
been sunk off Syracuse, Sicily, by
collision with the Italian steamer
Malta ; passengers, crew and valu
New Year's the Pope conferred
upon Prince Bismarck the Decora
tion of the Order of Christ. Baron
Schlizer, the Prussian Minister of
the Vatican, has been similarly
decorated. Emperor "William has
conferred upon Cardinal Jacobini
the decoration of the Black Eagle,
and upon Monsignors Galimbcrt
and Moccni of the Pope's ofilcial
household the decoration of tlte Hod
Eagle, in recognition of their valu
able 'erviecs in connection with the
settlement of the Carolines dispute.
A Montreal despatch of December
20lh say.s: Yesterday, for the first
time since smallpox became epi
demic, there were no new cases of
the disease reported. It is a re
itarkable fact that although there
have been over liOO persons em
ployed by the Health Department
as sanitary police, isolated police,
hospital nurses and in other capaci
ties, not one of tliein contracted the
disease. As a matter of course,
they were all vaccinated.
Frederick Harrison, in his annual
address before the Posilivist Society,
said that the Britisli constitution,
since the extension of the franchise,
had been more democratic than the
constitution of France and America,
with less real reserve power. The
Government lind become the com
mittee of a huge democratic club
called the Commons. There was no
urgent need to form public opinion
independent of politics and Parlia
ment. The Positivists favored a
national government for Ireland,
with legislative and executive power,
but he trusted that the latter would
not be purely democratic.
l nin Instiuctul by
A. J. Cartwright, Esq.,
i:eciiioruf tho Will of II. M. Queen
Kminii, deceased, to sell at
public auction, on
Monday, Jan. 25th,
At 12 noon, at mj enlc3iooiu,tlio
Leao to Unto fiotu Apill Ht, 18SU.
jg-JT'or further pniliculiirs apply to
E. I ADAMS & Co.,
A. J. OAKTWRIGHT,
No, U Kuahunianu stieet.
221 tu-th-snt 7t
BY OK I)
Messrs, H, HACKFELB & COMP'Y,
AT OUK SALESROOMS
TT3EIIV3E:SIV.Y', .rn-miary 13tli,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M.
Vinegar In demijohn: nin
UaiKllCS, I, 0, (
Sardines, Blue Mottled Sua),
Pickles, Mustard, Plo Fruits,
Marmalade, Mushrooms, Pens,
Sauces, Bull Blue, Biscuits,
Crenni of Tartar, Caihonntc of Soda,
llriiiulles, in cases and casks,
American ifc Irish Whiskey, in es & rks
Gin. in eat-cs and baskets,
ltoyal Hatnvhi Glu, Schiedutn Schnapps
Champagne, in quarts and pints,
Plug Tobacco & Smoking Tobacco, Varlnas Canaster, Chewing Tobacco,
Butcher and Cane Knives,
Wash Basins, Fry Pans,
Bound and Oval ThIh,
Storm Lanterns, O C Irons,
Dining Room Chairs, Hocking Chairs, Cane.Back Chairs, Sofas, Looking Glasses.
Market and Coal Baskets,
Demijohns, 1, 2, V and 5 gals Corks
Musical Instruments (Arlstons),
Accordcons, Playing Cnids,
ltlce and Paddy bags,
White Bros. Portland Cement.
E2T The Sale will commence with Hardware and Groceries. The Liquors will
be bold at 11 a.m. Special inducements ill bo offered to tho trade, ns tho consign,
incuts must be closed, even if at a loss. The terms of credit frill also be very
.,04t E. P. ADAMS & Co., Auctioneers.
Anmtiil Meeting Notice.
rpiIK annual meeting of tho Stock
X holders of the Haiku Sugar Co.
w 111 be held January 2S, 1SS0, at !) :!) n.
m., at the olllcc of Castle & Cooke.
.1. 15. ATI1KUTON,
220 lw See'y ll.S.Co.
Annual Meeting Notice.
MIK annual meeting of the Stock
holders of the Kohala Sugar Co.
will beheld January 25, 1SSC, at 11a.
in., at the olllcc of Castle it Cooke.
.7. 11. ATIIKItTOX,
220 lw See'y K. S. Co.
Annual Meeting Notice.
rpiIK Annual Meeting of the Hawaiian
X Agricultural Company will bo held
at the olllco of C. Brewer & Co. on
THURSDAY, January 21, 18S0, nt 10
o'clock ii.ni. J. O. OA1.TEH,
210 id Secretary.
Animal Meeting Notice.
TI1K Anminl Meeting of C. Brewer ic
Co. will be held nt their office,
Honolulu, on WhDNESDAY, February
!1, 1S80, at 10 o'clock n.m.
210 id J. O. CAUTElt, Secictnry.
Annual Meeting Notice.
rpiIE Annual Meeting of tho East
X Maul Plantation Co. will he held
nt tho olllco of O. Bicwcr & Co. on
WEDNESDAY, January 20, 1880, at 10
o'clock a.m. P.C.JONES,
210 til fc'eciotary.
riiHE Annual Meeting of
X Maul Slock Co will bo held at the
olllco of C. Brewer ifc Co. on MONDAY,
February 1, 1880. nt 10 o'clocu a.m.
210 id P. C. JONES, Secietary.
NEITHER tho Captain nor the Agents
of tho hark Lovspring will be res
ponsiblo for any dobtscontracted by the
officers or crow during her stay in port.
222 ilt CASTLE ii COOKE, Ag't.
J. T. Waterhouse
Una removed his
Crockery and Hardware Goods
Fiom tho sloro occupied by
him in King St.,
To His Building
Adjoining tho Queen St. Store, opposlto
to Brewer & Co.
Durct Olive Oil, Condensed Milk,
Australian Corn and Roast Ileef,
Australian IU-ef in barrels,
S Union, Plour, Ep'om Salt,
Castor Oil. Unit Oil,
Pilot and Medium ISientl,
Fancy Cracker, Toilet Soaps.
St. Paul! Ale, in quarts and pints,
PINcncr Ucer from SI. Pnuli Hrewciy
suuur Juci innri kJI. j ami ...,,
iller's Lager Bier, Gr.uirsBeer,
hie Wine, Sheiry, Port Wine
Steel Fence Wire, lion Bedsteads,
Vices, Saucepans, Ten Kettles. Lamps
Sewing Machines, White Lend Palm,
Wrapping Paper, Colored Print. Paper.
Woolpack. Bin laps, Ball Twine,
Crockery, in nssortcd Crates.
Tea Sets, Plates, Flower Pots,
Valuable lis for Sak
By order of the owner, we shall sell at
Public Auction, on
MONDAY, January 25tli,
at 12 o'clock, noon, nt our Salesroom,
unless previously dlsr03cd of
at private sole,
All the following Designated
1st All those Premises situated on
Maunakca street, No. ,
"With the Buildings thereon,
having a frontage of 21 feet and a depth
of 05 feet, yielding an nnnunl rent of
)Jlfi0. Leased for 10 years from Janu.
nry 1, 1S80.
2nd That certain Paicel of Land
-situated near tho corner of Maunakca
and Berctania streets, containing an
area of 72 fathoms, upon which there am
3 Good Buildings,
yielding an annual rent of .$204, paynblo
tlrd Those certain 2 Lots at Knpa.
lama, lying on the Ewa side of the lano
lending to Austin's Estate, about 02 feet
front and 100 feet deep. They nro well
fenced and water laid on.
4th A Yi Interest In that certain
House Lot at Kikihale,
known as tho Kakina Picmiscs, which
now rents lor $;)!)0 per annum. There
are 2 now Houses on these premises
witli additional loom tor !! more.
Gth Thoso 2 certain Lots nt Kallhl,
containing about 1 aero of good Kalo
Land nnd House Lot, with a new build
ing theicon. Leased at 100 per annum,
8 yenrs to run.
These are all good paying properties,
very suitable for investment.
TERMS OF SAL -Ono-third Cash,
balanco 1 and 2 years with interest at
8 per cent, secured by mortgage.
E. P. ADAMS & CO.,
220 lOt Auctioneers.
JANUARY 12, 1880.
GREAT CLEARING SALE
ttii unci O.TJ
We are now offering decided Bargains In our
CLPTHINC DEPARTMENT :
05 Men's Fancy Diagonal Suits. $1G lcditeed to $G.G0,
U3 Men's Dark Cnsslmere Suits, $20 reduced to ifll.SO,
40 Men's Mohnlr Stills, $12.G0 lcdiiccd to $ 0,
15 Men's Scotch Tweed Suits, $18 1 educed to $10,
118 Men's Suits, consisting of the latest style,
4-Button Cutaway In I renrh Plijue,
Diagonal Suit!", Sacks and Frocks,
CaHsbneie Suits, in Procks and Sacl.,
This Lino will be
pair Men's Dress Pant", In dark diagonal, French Pique and Oasslmere,
icuuccu irom $u 10 $u,uij;
Over -100 pair Men's Scotch Tweed Punt", reduced to Cost Pi lee;
1G0 pair Men's Pouts, leduced to l.G0n pair, no body should uiUs seeing them
We will Sell tho Entire Stock for 10 ilnjv only nt Cost.
GREAT REDUCTION IN PRICES IN OUR
Gent's Furnishing Department !
jtJgT Cur entire Stork has been Redmi'il mid Great Bai gains are oUricd. "a
Do Not Miss Our Clearing Sale !
S. COIIN & Co., (
SuIETHI! M , JUST COM OUT !
An Elegant Assortment of
Children's Velvet Bonnets & Caps,
Richly Trimmed with Satin nnd Lnce,
VELVET SWANDOWN CAPS,
Lace Cnpi, Ditto Silk Finish Sun Bonnet?, white and fancy.
MISSES & CHILDREN'S CLOAKS,
In gicut vniicty. Clilldion's Aprons, Boys' Waht-", white, blue & printed.
A Complete Assortment of Boys' Suits,
A New Line of Men's Suits, Hats, Boots & Shoes,
And Furnishing Goods,
FOR SALE AT PRICES TO SUIT ALL.
3X. J. GONZALTES Ac Oo.,
214 r-r Hotel Street. 2w
so, send me 20 yards. It is tho FINEST MATERIAL I
have ever seen for the Money.'
" Quite right. It's below value I"
LEWIS & CO., GROCERS
or uiitl OO
A Full Lino of Cross & Blackwoll's Canned Goods,
Fine Teas, Fine Teas, Fine Teas,
Staple and Fancy Groceries.
ZW P. O. Box 207, Telephone 240 -a
SutlNlHetioii Guaranteed. 204
nPOthoCreditoisof tho Estate of P.
X J. HIGG1NS, a bankrupt, take
notice: That tho undersigned, as-dgneo
of tho Estate of F. J. Hlgglns, n
bankrupt, has, preparatory to Ids flnnl
account and dividend, submitted his
accounts ns such assignee mid filed tho
sumo hefoio Hon. E. Preston, Justice
of the Supremo Court, at his chambers,
to whom ho will apply nt 10 o'clock
a.m. on SATURDAY, tho 10th instant,
for a bcttlcmcnt of Bald accounts and
for a discharge from nil liability as such
iibslguee, and for an order to innko a final
dividend. W. O. PARKE,
Honolulu, Jan. 11, 1880. 222 ilt
Sold tit Cost Price!
mid Fort Street.
IS that YOU, MR. FISHEL ?
"Have you any more of
that brown JERSEY cloth,
double width, such as you
sold to Mrs. Jenkinson yes
terday for SI r0 a yard ? If
npiIE undersigned, having been duly
JL appointed by the Hon. Jacob
Hardy, Circuit Judgo of Kauai, II. I.,
Adminibtrator of tho Estuto of S. K.
Kuaniiu, late of Walmcn, dcceabcd,
licroliy calls upon nil pcrnon? lndobteil
to said Estnto to make immediate pay.
ment to me, and nil persons having
claims against said estate, whether sc.
cured by mortgage or otherwise, arc re.
qucbtcd to present such claims to mo at
my hoiibo in Hnnnlcl, duly verified,
within six mouths from dnto of this
notice or bo forever barred.
Administrator of tho Estate of S. K.
Hnualel, Kauai, Jan. 8, 180. 222
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