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DAILY BULLETIN: HONOLULU, H. I., JUNE 1.), 1890.
11Y LAST "MARIPOSA" 1 RECEIVED A LARGE STOCK OF
Dry Fancy Goods
Which are now opened out for inspection.
Choice Selection of French Sateenes I
Fast Colors, about 150 Pieces at 25 cents a yard j
SCOTCH ZEPHYRS, the Latest Novelties;
A New Line of TOYAL HATISTE;
PERSIAN MULLS, in the Lutes-1 Designs;
Jolnen LtiwnN : jJincn Xu-viih !
wish lo call the attention thnt I have this season imported the Finest anil
Heat Selected Stock of
W H ITE
Of Every Description. ISO pes
1,800 Pieces of HiMiriK in Bona from llm East
An Imnicnw; Assoitmcnt.
SJST Ladies in want of Embroidoiies can save '.10 per cent on every
Feb l-no Corner Hotel & Fort Struts.
EHLEES & CO.
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IIAVK Jt'BT I:('KIYi: A Vl'.UY I..liOT. AfS.OIlT.MKNX OK
Staple & Fancy Dry Goods,
LADIES' & CHILDREN'S UNDERWEAR,
XT'iiriii&liiiig IoocJn, Arc, &:c,
All will be told at Rcn&onnblu Fiiccs.
SOOT" Our Diemukiiig Department under
CLAKK will bo re-opened about May 12lli.
HAVE JUST RECEIVED Ex AUSTRALIA
A Choice Line of Dry & Fancy Goods,
Iwlct Glovtft lYoxn 5 lo SO JSuttons,
Scotch Ginghams, latest patterns; Woolen Dress Goods,
ALSO, A CHOICE LOT OF
Boys', Youths' S Children's Clothing. Trunks, Bags & Valises,
CASTLE & COOKE,
topping & Commission Merchants,
PLANTATION & INSURANCE AGENTS,
Builders' and Geneial Hardware, Agricultural Implemeuts,
OurpuntPifr', lllucksmitliF', Machinists' A Pltimbeih' Tools,
HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS
Kitelien Uleniril?, Taints, Oils,
Blake's Steam Pumps, Weston's Centrifugals,
Wilcox & Glbbs, & Remington
Dr. Jape & Sons Family Medicines.
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CRYSTAL -:- SODA -:- WORKS,
JOHN GRACE, : : Proprietor.
SOLE MANUFACTURERS of "THE GItEAT IiLOOD
SAESAPAEILLA and lEOl" WATER,
Gingci Ale, Sarsaparilla,
AERATED WATERS GUARANTEED PURL gflj
n.i IvIIN'O WJL'U EIC'X' s-i
Mutual Telephone 3 30
. j"Ibland orde.rb promptly attended to,
Ciiliiorniti Hay, Oats, IJruii,
Oil Calco Meal, Linseed Meal,
Hurley, Rolled Uarloy,
FLO UK K6T Alia, Gold on
ToloplioneB, No, 175.
HOTEL & FORT STREETS.
XKwlsoomTi SEW ( !
to select fiom. I have bought
the management of MISS
is CJLJ '3U1 XOH.
Vauiishee, Lamp Goods and
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Wheat and Corn Flour.
Cbr, Edinburgh & Quoon Sts.
The Tariff Outlook
frf?MoaN l'oi l'luiiLci'S
TlirM:icnr Trunt Jnlillnnt Over l'rrc
Huzmv'l'he Itcnuou Why.
Correspondence of the IIl'M.ktik.
San Fuancisco, May 1)1.
Judge Ingraliam of New York has
vacated the lid pendens against the
Sugar Ti ust property, and thu in
junction against paying dividends.
This frees thu Trust from nil litiga
tion except that against thu North
River Sugar Refining Company
which, as a test case, is before the
Court of Appeals, just as the Am
erican rclincry ease is before the
Supreme Court of California for final
The Examiner of the 27th con
tained the following item :
oitoskd to fih:u slt.aii.
P. C. Jones, a prominent sugar
planter nml capitalist of Honolulu,
arrived in this city on Sunday from
the East and will return to the isl
and kingdom on the next steamer.
Mr. Jones, who, up to the lime
of the transfer of the American He
finery Company to the sugar trust,
was one of the heaviest holders of
the stock of that company, will
spend his time while in thin city in
looking over the situation of the
local sugar market, with tho view of
seeing what can be done in the event
of the suit against the American lie
finery Company being decided ad
vefsely to the trust by the State Su
Mr. Jones had but little lo say ton
reporter on the sugar taiiff question
now before Congress other than that
he, in common with all the Hawaiian
sugar plahlers, is strongly opposed
to free sugar.
Just what comfort Mr. Jones has
been able to take, by looking over
the local situation of the sugar mar
ket, it is not possible to say, but in
view of pending Congressional legis
lation it can hardly have been very
cheering. Indeed there is a great
deal in it well calculated to discour
age a repetition of the policy which
resulted in the AmcricaH ltcflucry
fiasco and the absorption of the Inl
ands sugar interests by the Ameri
can Sugar Trust. A reversal of
that policy would seem to be best
for all interests involved in the pro
duction and exportation of sugar
from Hawaiian ports. The Ameri
can Hennery remains closed, and all
signs point to the sustaining of
Judge Wallace' 3 decision by the
Supreme Court. As this would be
so clearly in the line of public po
licy as well as in accordance with
weil established principles of law,
any oilier result is not seriously an
ticipated by lawyers.
One thing Mr. Jones must have
discoTcred in his scrutiny of the
local sugar situation, and that is the
very great injury that has been
done to Hawaiian interests in gen
eral by the hostile action of Con
gress. Hawaiian sugar stock in the
gross, as an investment, has got a
"black eye" which will disfigure it
for quite n while no matter how the
Tariff bill goes. If Hawaiian in
terests had been united mid intelli
gently directed the result might
have been different, but instead of
union a persistent attempt to pull
down and weaken was made. The
American Itefincry Company was
organized to that end, and to make
assurance doubly sure the promoters
of that enterprise sUuck hands with
the Sugar Trust, a combination
formed for unlawful and dishonest
purposes according to the charac
terization of the Court s of New
Yoik and San Francisco, lint the
combination did not woik well. The
charter of the American Sugar Itc
fincr' Company has been declared
forfeited, tho refinery has been
closed, and despite stacks of false
testimony and attempted evasions
of law it will remain closed In nil
probability until brought to the
hammer. If Mr. Jones in his re
view of the local sugar situation will
honestly credit so much of the at
tack upon the Hawaiian Treaty by
Congress, through the Tariff, an
rightly belongs to the American Su
gar Itefincry movement and Trus.1
paitnership, he may be able to give
prudent advice as to future action.
No one can possibly forecast the
future of the sugar industry on tills
Coast, or for that matter in tho
United Slates: but it appears to be
only reasonable to expect that what
ever changes may take place thu
Islands' planters will keep them
selves free from further compromis
ing alliances. Enough harm has
been already done to Hawaiian en
terprise and investments lo sullleo
fur a' generation at least.
A strong fight is being made for
control of the Trust, a combination
having been formed against tiie
Havemeyer faction. This has led to
keen competition for certificates
which arc to bo voted at the forth
coming annual meeting. It is an
nounced that the usual 2 percent
dividend will be declared in June,
and this lias had the effect of hard
ening tho prices. The Wall street
Daily News of May 22d has thu fol
lowing editorial note on the certifi
cate manipulation of the Sugar Ti ust
which is well worth thoughtful con
sideration on the Islands, It says ;
"The insiders continue to be very
bullish and arc much elated
at tho passage by the Houso
of llcprcscutativcs, late yesterday
afternoon, of tho Tariff Hill, which
they claim will be highly beneficial
to the Trust. The Trustees met on
June 10th. They will set n
day for the annual election, which
will take place in the near future,
and at which, no doubt, there will
be a hot fight for the control."
Tho point in tho foregoing is that
the Sugar Trust openly advocates
free sugar, despito its absorption of
the American refinery and Hawaiian
sugar contracts. Free sugar means
a saving of $40 per ton on the Trust
purchases of Hawaiian sugar, or say
83,000,000 on the year's crop. It
has been known nil along that Have
meyer was using the Trust inlluence
in Congress to abolish the sugar
duty for the purposo of cinching
the island planters and lowering the
price of raws at New Yoik. If
Clans Sprcckels had not stood in the
gap and prevented the consumma
tion of its plans (he Sugar Trust
would have had the island planters
wholly in its mercy, and what that
would have been may be inferred
from the foregoing. The planters
would have been compelled to nc-'
ccpt whatever terms the Trust offer
ed them, because there would have
been no competing refineries lo bal
ance prices and check monopoly.
The Trust, to which thoy had lied
themselves, would have absorbed
all the profits on their enterprise
and capital, and they would have
been unable to free themselves
from its malign inlluence. It is
about time these conditions were
changed, in other words, "that the
Hawaiian sugar planters emancipat
ed themselves from tho control of
tho Havcmeyer-SearlcB Sugar Trust
monopoly, and stood as free men."
Mr. Carter, Hawaiian Minister at
Washington, makes strenuous denial
of the truth of the report telegraph
ed from Mare Island, to the effect
that liu had requested that the
cruiser Charleston should be sent to
Honolulu to prevent possible lioublc
on the assembling of the llawaiittn
Legislature. Nevertheless the
Charleston sailed on the 2 1st for
Honolulu, where she will doubtless
be very welcome. She Hies the
Admiral's flag, and will show what
can be done in the way of building
first-class cruisers nt San Francisco.
The Charleston will bear comparison
with liiitish cruisers in Hawaiian
waters, and should be looked upon
with pride and satisfaction by all
American citizens. The Iroquois, a
ship of a very different class, is un
der orders for Honolulu and Samoa,
and should her machinery not break
down, wind and water permitting
she will probably reach her destina
tion some time during the present
Great interest is being taken in
the islands as a point for tourists,
and several large parties will visit
Honolulu this season if you only
manage to keep the pence and be
free of quarantine.
In a railroad accident on the
narrow gauge road near Alameda,
thirteen persons lost their lives.
The local train coining to the city
dashed on to the bridge across the
creek and the engine and two cars
fell into the water as the draw was
open. The danger signal was Hying,
and time appears lo have been no
excuse for the engineer. Among
the dead was II. W. Auld, of Hono
lulu, who had taken passage by the
Zeulandia for to-day, to return with
his sisters. Full details in to-day's
San Francisco papers.
Fresh Butter !
IN UALF.rOUND l'AVS.
Is the Finest Table Hut tor Fold In the
City of Honolulu.
to in: had ok
Henry Davis & Co.
TAI WO CHAN,
Manufacturer of IuIim'
French Kid, Calf & Kangaroo
SKIN sur.os maui: 10 OUDKll.
I'rccuil or Hetvi'il; iiIno, NaitiUt'N,
33 Nuuium Bt., : : : 1 (). Hox 20H.
GOO KIM & CO.,
No. rn Niuianu St., Honolulu,
And dealers in all klmU of
CiimmIiik-i'ch anil I'liruIMiIni; ooiIh.
AIfo, a full stock of Dry and Fancy
flood-. Good lit guitrantecil. 5l7:ii'u
MILS. MONROE, ladies' nurto, 1ms
removed to No. 8, Kukui lane.
N account of III. health Dr. .1.
'hltiioy has unpointed )r. 10. L.
HiilchhiMui to take chanri) of hW olllce
until Ills return. 517 tf
MKS. OSnoitNK is now prepared to
give liisirueilons In Fancy Work
at "The Arlington," Itooiu U. Class
Lessons: Mondays, Wednesdays and
Fridays. Private lessons by Hpeclal
arrangement. Stumping ami orders
promptly attended to, fehl'J-ly
NOW IS THE TIME !
The Equitable Life Assurance
Society of the United States,
Are now selling their Ilonds, and upon easy terms. Tho additional fea
ture of Insurance goes with every Bond.
The following are a few of the many attractive forms offered by this
original and progressive Company:
ENDOWMENT BONDS, 5 PER CENT. GUARANTEED FOR LIFE.
INDEMNITY BONDS, 4 " " " " "
IMPROVED FREE TONTINES WITH LUCRATIVE OPTIONS.
PARTNERSHIP AND JOINT LIFE POLICIES.
CHILDRENS' ENDOWMENTS, ETC.
The Company is equitable, its payments prompt and certain, and its
From the iVeio York Sun, April 4th, 1890.)
Tho Largest Business Ever Transacted by a Life Assur
The new business of the Equitable Life Assurance Socictj' of New
York for the first quarter of the present year is rcpoitcd lo exceed Fifty
Million Dollaus. This is at the rate of two hundred millions of assur
unccfor the year, and is unprecedented in the annals of life assurance.
""Information cheerfully furnished to nivy who will write to or call
upon the undersigned at his olllcc.
ALEX. J. CASRTWRSGHT,
General Agent for tho Hawaiian Islands, Equitable Life Assuranco Society
of the U. S. Jan-1-90
E. It. Hr.NimY, President it Manager. John F.na, Vice-President
GoDFnr.Y Huown, Secretary & Treasurer. Ciiun. Bisow.n, Auditor.
HAWAIIAN HARDWARE CO.,
OpMO.Syreelu'J.V Hunk, : FortSdcot, SSoiioluhi.
IMPOUTKKS and DEALERS IN
Gen'l Hardware, Oiassware, Crockery,
Genuine Haviland China, plain and decorated; and Wcdgowood
Pi.mo, Library & Stand Lamps, Chandeliers it Eleetolier8,
Lamp Fixtures of all kinds, A complete assortm't of Drills & Files,
PLANTATION SUPPLIES Of EM BESGRIPTION !
The "aaello" 3-wheelwl Riding Plow it Equalizer,
Hliiebcard Rico Plow, Planters' Steel it Oooscneeked Hoes,
LARD, CYLINDER, KEROSENE, LINSEFD,
Paints, Varnishes it finishes, Manila A, Sisal Rope,
HANDLES OF ALL KINDS,
Ho8e, Hoses liose,
RUHP.UR, WIRE-HOUND of superior quality, it STEAM,
Agate Iron Ware, Silver Plated Ware, Table ,t Pocket Cutlery,
Powder, Shot it (Japs, Tho Celebrated "Ulub" Machine-loaded Cartridges,
Unit's Patent "Duplex" Die Stock for Pipo it Holt Threading,
llurtiiinii'ri Steel Wire Fence it Sled Wire Miits,
Wm. G. Fi.shor's Wrought Steel Ranges
dale City Stone Filters,
"Now Process" Twist Drills,
iiov-29-8'.) Neal's Carringo Paint.
" rliiiiiiiit Illoelf," IVon.
t4 im&ztsMaBM4M!GMmM. W
iLJ ftAjiKtBt'i,i4&irtJfFVTiTTBi: m
Granite, Iron and Tin Ware !
Chandeliers, Lamps and Lanterns,
WATER PIPE and RUBBER HOSE,
House Keeping Goods,
PLUMBIETG, TIN, COPPER AND
WW ' Sheet Iron Work..
Goal -- Oil !
FIRE I 11 TEST
WATEIt WHITE 1
Mniuil'ncturcil r.xurcNHly Fur
T, H. DAVIES & GO,
DURING my absence from the King
dom J. Ilotlng, Esq,, holds my
power of attorney.
E. S. CUNIIA.
Honolulu, May HI, ISUO, 51)0 S
r Jto UV Kinpr Slvcof.
Union fee Go.
L. C. ABLKD, MannKOr.
Fori Street, : Honolulu.
Aro now prepared to deliver Ice to any part
' or tho City,
Tho packing and ohlpincnl of country
orders wllli eeeive most careful atten
tion. All of our feo ! manufactured from
Pure Mountain Water, carefully llltered
by tho Hyatt Pino Water Co. Filter,
which Is universally acknowledged to
be the best llller made.
Packages of Hiitter, Game, FMi,
Meats, Etc., received for cold Morale
In our Refrigerating Rooms at mode
K2 Ice for sale at the Factory al anv
hour, day or night. ."ilj'J lih
Oceanic Stnsnii Goi'y.
TI.1I SI TAIJLI1:
'From San Franeicoo.
Leave Duo at
S. F. Honolulu
Alameda Juno 118. .. . July f
Mariposa Fitly 2(i. . . . Aug 2
Zealandin Aug 2!L . . . Aug .10
Alameda Sept 20 Sept 27
Mariposa Oct 18 Oct 25
Zoalandin Nov 15 Nov 22
Alameda Dec lit Dec 20
For San Francisoo.
Leave Due at
Mniipnr.a tunc 11 . .Juno 28
Zonlandia July 9. . . .July 2(5
Alameda Aug 0. . ..Aug 2!t
Mariposa Sept !t. . . .Sept 20
Zealandia Oct 1 Oct 18
Alameda Oct 29 Nov 15
Mutiposa Nov 2(1 . . . .Deo 111
Zealandia Dec 21.... Jan 10
Lcavo S. F.
Friday.. Juno 20
Friday . . July 18
Friday... Aug 15
Friday . . Sept 12
Friday. ..Oct 10
Friday. ..Nov 7
Friday. ..Dec 5
Friday... July 4
Friday . .
. Oct 21
FOB SAN FKAKCISCO,
Tho now and fine Al steel Ktcainship
Of the Oceanic Steamship Compnuy, will
be duo at Honolulu lrom Sydney
and Auckland on or about
June 28, 1890.
And will leave for the above port villi
mails and passcugcia on or about that
For freight or passage, linving t5U.
PERIOR ACCOMMODATIONS, apply
WM. G. IltWIN & CO., Agent?.
For Sydney and Auckland.
Tho new end Dno Al steel slcMCHlnp
Of the Oceanic Steamship Company, will
be due at Honolulu from S.m
Francisco on or about
July 5, 1890.
And will havo prompt dispatch with
mails and pacsetiguia for the above ports.
For freight or passago, liavinir SU
PERIOR ACCOMMODATIONS, ."apply
37 WM. O. IRWIN & CO.. AconU
Pitt & Scott's
Oliier Office, 23 C.mnon Btreot, London, England.
Packages booked to most pai ts. of the
world. Packages obtained fiom iiluoad.
Through orders issued to destination.
J. E. BROWN & CO.,
Agents for Hawaiian Mauds, Old Oa
pltol Uulkling. C5B 1 in
(Late of the Ci.Ptonn) . i
Regs leave to Inform the public, mer
chants and other.", that he In prepared
to imdcrtako the collection of bills, ap
praiser work, and inaMiig Inventories
of bankrupt and other Mocks. Tvpo
Writing done with neatness and dis
patch ami at moderatu rates.
SOT Olllcc at Sanders' Espies?, KInir
Bell Telephone- 401: P. 0. Box 333.
Artificial Teeth from one to an entire
set inserted on gold, silver, allimiinnm
and rubber bases. Crown and Rrhlgo
Work a specialty. To persons wcatinir
rubber plates which are a constant
sourco of irritation to the mouth and
throat, wo would recommend our Pro.
pliyloclic Metal Plate. All operations
performed iu accordance with tho latest
mprovemcuts iu dental science. Teeth
Extractqd without pam by tho ubo of
Nitrous Oxido Gas.
wCW;Ofllco at Old Treglonn Rcsideneo
Hotel street. Fcb.20-S!)
A NATURAL Mineral Water. For
tale only by
, , W.S.LUCE,
hole Agent & Importer for the Ha
waiian Islands. rysi tf
CHANGE of RESIDENCE.
Has removed from Fort ctrcct to Ro.
hollo Lane, I'alr.aa. '
Ofkicu Houits: 0 a. m. to 12 m. ard
i. m. to 9 v. M.
Mutual C0naTELEPII0NES8ay Bell 47G
17URKWOOD for sale at Hawaiian
: Commercial Salesrooms, corner of
Quocu and Nuimiiu streets, 4C8 tf
AiiKli'iilH'J! Mail Service.
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