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BISHOP & Co., BANKERS
Honolulu, Hawaiian h tuitda.
Draw Ich'in&o on hc
Buulc ol Culliorxiu, . IT.
And their ngonls in , '
NEW YORK, BOSTON, MONO KOHQ.
Mcr N JT Rnthfi'hlhl ft 8on, London
Tho Commercial tinnk Co., ofrHydtiny,
Thu Commcrclul Hunk Co.. of Sydney,
The r!ttltt,nit)vXt'ftlfl!id- Auckland,
'i'ho Bank of British Columbia, Vic
torla, B. 0 and Portland, Or.
Transact a General Banking iiuainess.
T 1.1 .13
Plcdstd to mcithtPStit no)- Party,
But established for the benefit of nil.
WEDNESDAY, JULY. 23, 1888.
Private letters received by the
.Australia give an insight into the
workings behind the scenes which
linve been the chief csuic of the re
cent rise in value of sugar. The ob
ject of the great American Sugar
Trust was to raise the price of re
fined sugar and at the same lime
lower that of the rav materinl, the
lesult to be an enormous profit to
the members of the Trust. The
latest developments,, aie that both
raws and refined sugars have ad
vanced in price and that the money
has been made, not by tho Trust but
by the outsiders, Col. Spreckels and
The Trust had been purchasing
raw sugar in New York only from
hand to mouth and forcing down
the price, so much so that cargoes
of sugar arriving at New York had
gone elsewhere seeking a market.
The Trust then began lo trj- and
boycott the brokers, telling them
that if they sold sugar to or for out
side lufinerics the- would not be al
lowed to handle Trust sugars. Col.
Spreckeh who is still in the East
busy about his new refinery, sceras
to have foreseen that thee would be
an advance in the prices of sugar,
and with the assistance of the brok
ers he gradually acquiicd all the
stocks in New York." These arc no
woith at least cent per pound
more than he gave for them. The
Trust is left without suuicient sup
ply to fill its orders and has had to
send to Loudon for cargoes which its
original action had caused to be sent
away from New "York. As soon as
this became known prices advanced
in London and there is every pros
pect of a further rise there, and of
course in New York also. The Trust
has had to purchase from Spreckels,
who is said to have already cleared
$2,000,000 out of his sales to them.
He declares that before the' have
done with him he will make them
pay the whole five millions which
his new refinery at Philadelphia is
to cost before the place itself is in
working order. All the brokers
have run with Spreckels, and if
there is any "boycott" as threaten
ed it is not they who experience its
"When the'steaihe'r left refined bti
gar was. up. to 8 cents per pound
in San Francisco. This advance
appears to have caught the Ameri
can Refinery napping. That insti
tution under its new management
altered the mle formerlyie-xisting in
the trade that the price of sugar
charged to customers should be
'that current on the day of de
livery. Mr. Welch agreed to de
liver sugars at tho price of the day
on which tho order wjis given .with
out regard to market flutuations
either way. Nearly a month ago
tiie California Refinery put up its
price for refined sugars slightly
abovo ,the quotations .of .tho, Ameri
can, with the consequence that the
latter was Swamped with orders and
has' now in hand enough to take a
month to fill. Meanwhile the price
liasjulvanccd to 8 cents, whilst the
American Refinery has to deliver
at G cents. This it cannot do
promptly enough to supply the daily
requirements ot the trade in San
Francisco, so the groeera are com
pelled to go to the California Re
finery for the balance of what they
need. At the same time it appears
probable that tho sugar which the
Amorican Refinery lias on hand or
to come forward is not sulllcipnt to
enable it to nil the brders'it has ac
cepted. Ngtjong ago it sent 12,000
'KJmVto 'New York and a cargo of
raw sugar to New Orleans. At pre
sent i prices it will liave't'o pay 0
cents for raw sugar,Bo that on filling
orders at G ceuts there must bo nu
actual loss. The control of tho
market for tho next six months is
likely to remain with tho California
which has ample ariangements for
supplies, whilst so far as is known
Jho American timing that period has
only about 10,000 tons to receive.
So far it would appear that the as
tute Colonel 1ms decidedly got the
bolter of the Sugar Trust both in
New York and San Francisco. As
the Trust is extremely unpopular
all over the States, the man Uio so
lately was execrated as a tyjpical
monopolist now poses before the
public as the popular and successful
anti-monopolist hero. The Trust
Refineries nro declining orders both
in the Fast and in tho West on the
plea Hint they arc straightening out
their books, but really because they
have lost their grip of the supplies
of raw sugar. As further advances
in pi ices aro confidently looked for
ward to orders aro pouring in to the
California Refinery from all parts of
the Pacific Coast and from almost
as far East as Chicago. The ex
pectation )s that refined sugars will
go up to 0 and probably 10 cents
OUR SAN FRAHcisGO LETTER.
Tho School Convention and other
The event most prominent in San
Francisco at present is the annual
meeting of the National Educational
Association that commenced on the
13th inst. and will be in session
during this week. When it is under
stood that there are now in the city
between -1000 and f)000 visiting
teachers and that 20 carloads are
expected to-morrow, you can appre
ciate in some degree the importance
ot this gathering and the inteiest
taken in its proceedings.
As representative here of tho
Daily Honolulu 13ui.lp.tix, every
facility has been afforded me for
obtaining inleiesting information,
and, I may add, that I have been
kept busy in answeuug queues con
cerning the Islands. 1 have met
some who have visited Honolulu,
and one and all such remember their
more or less limned trip "to the
Volcano" with pleasuic.
Theie is a woeful lack of general
information concerning the J'JawU,
as bno teacher remained, 'the only
information we liaie in thatshoit
paragraph found in Atlases and
Geographies under the head of.
Oecanica. (Upon being handed a
copy of the "Hawaiian Guide
Book," the speaker expressed her
tltlight and was immediately sur
rounded by others who were eager
to secure copies.)
Prof. M. 1. Scott is here and
busied in attending the meetings of
the Association. He reports find
ing considerable interest shown in
the educational, industrial and so
cial condition of the islanders, and
nptii little surpiiao is evinced Gy
many upon learning that "our"
school system, under its elllcicnt
Board of Education and energetic
Inspector, ranks as high as any
tither national system in the world.
In view of the fact that it is esti
mated that there- will be in the citv
this week between 7000 and 8000
teachers,, fropi all over the United
States, il is a pity that some ar
rangement was not made to have
placedin their hands information in
reg'ard to tliie islancls. All 'that can
be is being done to take advantage
of the opportunity by those who are
interested in the future of the Isl
ands, but much more might have
been accomplished if the occasion
had been anticipated. There is
some fun 'at the Convention. One
of the questions asked was, "What
is the first mention of an insect in
the Bible?" and a San Francisco
School inarm answered promptly,
"The wicked flee!" In the applause
that followed the correspondent of
the "Boston Advertiser" was heard
t& shout "Amen!" He was imme
diately corrected by a severe look
ing female philologist, who remark
ed, "You should say, A man!' "
Amongst four pleasant excursions
lo bo taken by tho teachers is one
next Friday to Mcnlo Patk nnd
Stanford University. At the same
time a lunch will be given at Mr.
Dan O'Conncl's residence, "Wel
In regard to political matters the
Presidential nominations being set
tled, both parties have set earnestly
to work to win the victory. The
nomination of Mr. Harrison as the
Republican candidate for the presi
dency took people generally by sur
prise. It is conceded Hint he is a
good man, but it is now understood
that McKinley of Ohio was the
choice of the delegates, but that he
refused to allow them to nominate
At a meeting of the delegates on
the Satin (toy night preceding tho
Monday when the nomination was
made it was asceitained that over
1.10 of tho delegates were going to
vote for McKinley. And they
would lmvo done so had he not per
sonally rcqutshu-d them not to ip so,
as long as Sherman was in the field,
as he, McKinley, was pledged to
support She, man.
Meanwhile OM-r a thousand tele
grams weie poured in to Sherman
begging him to withdraw as he stood
no chance, lie declined, however,
believing that ho can iud the "soli'd
South." In this matter he was mis
taken, as events proved.
Mr. McKinley enjoys tho honor
now of being the only man who over
declined n presidential nomination,
and to-day he stands at tho head
of his putty. It is more than pro
bable that in 1802 ho will be tho
nominee of the Republican patty,
which means that he will be Picsi
tlent. Tho change, making the Consu
late in this city a salaried office, is
announced. The sum set apait for
salary and office expenses amount
ing in the aggregate to 80.600, is
not any too much. The olllce is a
very "Important one andTs" the lientU
quarters where all who seek informa
tion concerning the islands, as well
as all "islanders" are made wel
come. Every facility is offered for
the transaction of business, and for
correspondence ; and as now con
ducted, the ollleo stands high
amongst the Consulate rendezvous
in tliis'cotintry. Y -..' ,
Prof. M. M. Scott and Mr. Hop
per and family aro registered at the
Occidental, tlipiigh the Professor,
really li.vea,iu, Oakland., t M f r r
Mr. R. Lowers is also here on his
way back from the East. Mr.
Brewer and wife are also at the Ha
There is a hilch between the
Senatcand (he House of Represen
tatives on the subject of giving sub
sidies' to mail steamship lines. The
Senate is favoiablc but the House
opposes. There had been several
conferences but there was no sign
of probable agreement.
Sunday July loth, was one of the
hottest days ever felt in ban Fran
cisco. The thermometer was up to
82 in the shade- in a draughty
The Wrestler which left Honolulu
1'lth June, delivered the mall in San
Finncisco ten days before the Aus
The S. S. Australia is to have new
engines put iu her which are lo
malvl' lurr a" 1.1 knot boat. When
this is done we shall piobably lose
her services in the local trade as she
will be put on the mail line to Syd
ney. Thepast few days have been very
'warmf Thermometer, 98 in the
shade yesterday; but the nights are
cold. The "glorious climate" of
California cannot compare with that
of the Islands. C.
S. F. July 10.
Mr. W. II. Graenhalgli's news
paper and periodical depot present
ed an animated scene after the ar
lival ol the steamer fioin the Coa-t
last night. Complete files of all the
leading Aujciicnn and European pa
pers, and the-leadiug magazines 'of
the Old and New Woild, weie re
ceived, and in a short time were
ready for distribution to his many
.customers. This new departure of
Mr. Giacnhalgh's sliould receive
encouragement, as all Periodicals
He also has a full line of all the
best woiks of fiction extant and
makes a specialty of keeping this
bianch of his business fully up to
tlLCcqjiircnicnts of ,t)ic country,.
MESSRS. DODD & MILLER
hive jnt iL-ioived e Anlil a
anothnr lot of il at " l'HILADEU III
LAUKR BBMt" in kegs which they
aro oll'ering to their customers. 02 lw
RYAN'S BOAT BUILDING
SHOP. Hear of Lucas.' Mill.
Y a German Woman a Mtuntinn ns
Conk. Apply at this (flice 01 lw
Sanders' Baggage Express Co.
IVb N. SANDERS, ( D.nn,i.n
F. 1. CUTTER, j Proprietors-
Ofllco, 84 King street, Telephone No SO.
. ltesidencu telephone No 20i.
Gen'l Expressing & Draying.
Piano npil Furnitutf! moving a specially..
truisms jucuiuii iiiuuiiiiug biuuiiiura.
July 25 ly
FOR SAN FRANCISCO,
Tito Al Steamship
"Will leave ll-inoli hi fo- tjio nbove
jioi t on
Tuesday, July 31st,
A.T NO OX.
For Fi eight or Pnssiige, apply to
WM. G. IRWIN & CO., Agents.)
IWiington Irving Bishop!
Will, hy request, clvo an exhibition of
hi it iiowcta in
Thursday Next, July 20, '88,-
At 4 o'dook i'. si.
'VlillHBlOTV, no COUNTS.,
tS'Tlckct obtalnublo ut tho doorHBl
- ! - ' . . t i
Proceeds will bo devoted to the. Loner
02J Funds, iat
Auction Salos by Lewis J, Levoy,
On THURSDAY, July 26, '88,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. 31.,
I will sell at I'uUlc Auction on ihe pro.
inlaw (up stilt). hI 7rt & bl Klntf stieet
nest to Wallet's Hutcher Ship (on ac
count of tcinoval) tho whole of iho
Household Furniture contained in 18
room,, consisting of
Doable and Single Bedsteads 1
Spring Mu!lr.t$c9, Kenllier Pillows
' ami JJcdilotl.fi, MSSnult6 Nets,
Tables, Chairs, Washstands,
, Toilet Sol", Lawns, Hureaus anil
Wltlj I.OL-lwatul WUDoa, cnmilete;
unu have heen In iuer a lioil time.
tWTlin Furniture can bo examined
on Wcdnisdny, ,Iu'y 2 )th.
- , IEAV1S. J.LEVEY,
510 4t Auctioneer.
Garriap Ira Site
On FEIDAY, July 27, 1888.
A'!' Ill O-OI.OC'EC SOOS,
1 tllf6flurkut Huhht- xm't'n . at my
I bay Carriage Korse I
Under 4 jeni. f.nuii'1. ki tl a d nlle
perfectly lroKeiMo Inn in s m il s'fe for
.1 Jililyto ili.iye.'iiiiil ni'iy! '.jil'fjf, 1 Ami
toller, the piopirty n Mr. H. .f. h Hie.
LEWIS .7. J.KVKY. ,
1 i f ... i i-
2 l. Auc'ioneei.
Auction Sales' by James F. Morgan.
U , order of W. O. Pnrkc, Ai-higneo of
the JJauktupl F.S ate of Lij Hop
i o, I will -o.l at Public
On THURSDAY, July 26, '88,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M.,
At their Htore, JIiuiiaken slicutp all
their Stoolf, 'o"ni'pi-in!i:
01ntlnne',' - '
Counters, Shelving, Etc, Etc.
-' - : -. - ... . '
JAS. P. MORGAN,
00 31 ' - r, 'Auctioneer.
BY older of O. N. W ko, Esq., Ihu
Jlotliiagce niiiiied .in a. certain
chattel montage, made bv A. IJ. Pi slier
to (i.-N .Wi'coxlittd vii(riiRt 1, US7.
and rcentdid in Liber 108, on pig"8 2H,
215, 210, 217 ml LHH; l 'will shII at
1 ublic Auetion,
On SATURDAY, July 28, '88,
AT IS O'CLOCK XOOX.
At my S ilcsio'iin, Queen street, the pro.
peity dei-nilcl in mid mot t.
. e ' -i', comprising:
1.0 Ju j). Dyiyiinq,., , ,
4f M' 1 Klectric Governor,
Stockwell & Governors Motors
Holh Elrcti ! Light i e,
Aledieil G.ilvanlc Batteries,
One TEIec'tric Light Lamp,
Carbons, Telephone Cord-,
. i Electiic, Bells,
Gravity Bilterics, Gaso'li'rio Torch,
.Crocus Cloili, EinerF Cloth,
1 Hall Uittery,
Braided Wire, bhow Cube,
Oloclc, DELto., JEtc.
JAS. F. MORGAN,
02 7t Atictioncer.
OWING to many inquiries we wish
tottato tlmtjlio liusincs3 io f 'Tho
'Ellin Ice Cie.lni'l'arlois" nnd-"Tho New
dimly Kactory will ha cairied on as
heretofore iu lli6tclaa blyle bv
' . , ... r ,.IJAKT & CO.
Iloiibltilu.'Jiliy 21, 1888. 01 lw
mi n y
i ff "," in
X "Tho Dnllv Bulletin." 50 cents
A YOUNG Enu ihman isitt want of
a situation as Bookkeeper, Ca-hier
oi General Clerk. Has had nine jears
cxpeiiuuce in a Muanibhip olllce. ( liar
iicler and ability vouclud lor. Addres
"P. O. Box 410." nil liu
'"J'lIE Hawaiian Fruit & Taro Com.
X pany, of Wntlukti, Jtlaui, having
purchased nil the igbt, title and in-,
ttrc-t of His .Mnjutty in tho Alden fruit
& Taro C'ompiny, will cany on ilic
tame and supplj the best of Taro Flout
i - . , f . , Wn! DANIKtfS,
Honolulu, July 18, 18S8 liO 2w
NEITHER Ihe Captain nor the Acent
'of UriiMi hhlp 'Cm ketmruill'" are
responsible for any debts contracied by
. G, W. 3IACFAULAXE & CO.,
0it" ' ' ' Agents.
''piIE regular quatierly meeting of
X ilia l'acilln Ilarduaro Company,
(Limited) will be held at their office,
on THURSDAY, July 20, lc83, at 10
o'clock A. M,
JAS. G. SPENCER, "
07 Ot Hecretary.
' 'ASSIGrNEE'S -notice.
n"RE undersigned hMving' been on llui
,X l'Jtti, day, iff .tuly iitbt., unpointed
A'slgneo ol the Estate of Leo Hop Coin
puny, liauktupts; all pcreons indebted
to said estate are hetcby nntllled to pay
the nunc lmmedlawdv to ib tiudei.
t-igncd. W.'C. PARKK,
Assignee Estate of Leo Hop Co., li ink-
Honolulu, July r0, 188. 00 3t
For Tahiti, Tuamotu and Marquesas
Groups & Pllcalru Island.
Tito Adventist Jllsbion Bchooner
" Pliek SIW Chapman,".
Will kail for tho abovo places on or
Thursday, July 26.
I3f For freight, passage or otlier.in.p
fotmntion apply to iho Captain on board'
or to J. A. CUDNEY,
At Mr. N..F, Uurgcis' lesldeuce, B -re-tania
Blreet, 09 lw
AWAIIAN FiuIt&TaioCo. Gen.
tleiiien: I have madon clientical
eMimiiiallou of thesilmplo of Taro Flour
which you have eubniitied to mo nud
llnd that buino is cntiioly fito from any
injiirlmis t.ubsmncc .ulialever. , Youm
very trul', Geo. W. Bmilli, Auiilyst.
Honolulu, Juno 1, 1880. 71 lm
vx - Ymf k. will r nvX
. ! ' ' , - I '
the way from &t Louis
t r Sw
NOTICE of IJE3IOVAI,.
JOHN McLAIN li-n i.m..v,d hK
. Bliickfriiiiihiijc L;t i1ilishuie.il to
Foit stieit, opposite' nn'jlfiViV'MUl,
wbeie he will bn pbii). to ee bis old
fiiend and new ones ' ' 7-i lm
r-,, : r-Tr,
AT a meeting of the ! in lull 'ert. ol
the "Walolunu Agituiltural &
Grazing C'ompanv, held in lionolitlii.
July 10, 1888, t'hu ii.llowing olllceis
were eitcled lor the eii-uing $ t. n :
John Euu i'ii-Mili n',
-t ( ic a .
O. P. Iaukea
( Tre is .i.'i",
J. II. S. Mirlln jiui rei,
Bond ol Diticiotn .1. 1 n.i, ( P.
Iaukea, J IX. ts Wnnln n ! .1. IC.iu.
hane. C. P. IAUKEA,
IlVnol.uJy, .); I'y q,t 1SSS.r !8 1 w
SB D u H
JKiiiK np the Ijiiriics & Gentlemen of Slonoliilu!
Iting np Ihe ltoyn &, Girlt!!
Hint: np (he Itiibiex!!!
It inn ! Everybody nil over flmrnii Kci!!!!
HELLO,. HELLO, HELLO,
mmgm m mw
HAVE OPENED THEIR
if Cantly Factory & teMCifly Store
, , , On llplot Street, Now Browor UloolCi "
Whoro tlioy will lnanufacttiro .and, sell tjio FINEST and CIIOIpE
FRENCH AND HOME-MADE CANDIES !
Fresh Candies made every day.
An Elegant Abfcoilinont of FANCY CANDY & RON-RON,
J50XES NOVEL 1'IES always on hand,
Ice Cream Soda & Iced Drinks
,, 'Of nlj l;inds ecrved join, the most' unique soda fountain in tho city.
)0"Can(lic3 cnrofjilly packed for shipment to tho other Islands. frfB
RjtHjl Ring 1,1 Keep on Ringing and call at
A G'lOD RELIABLE
JtX. fninily ('atilago
v. il l vi. in iff, iii. in.
"V'jsEauto quite of
WM. O. ATWATER,
Hoik lulu Iron Woiks Co.
!)i 1 w
A LARGE Hexagonal Lantern with
iron ln.ieis, etc. Suitable for
out trie of ti iiuK-1, lwt'iurimt or saloon,
lfqiiiieof , I OVrJuY & CO.,
01 -it ' " 15 Niuutuu street.
-T4JUSI0 furnished lor balls', paiticrt
ill and Fcrcnndes by Pii'mer's S'rinjj
' and Orders lutt at C. E. Williams',
or ring up Mutual Telephone U3i. 74 tf
U B leSBU
ew Candy Factory."
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