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FIRST CLASS AT SAN
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Sole Agent and representative ol me uiupau m
Slorgan? Wifigtit f
Distributor Ilack Tires, J
Rubber Goods, I
And Representative Here.
Bailey's Honolulu Cyclery Company, Limited.
227, 229, 231 KING
GRIMWOQD, RICHARDSON & CO.
CIVIL MECHANICAL, ELECTRICAL ENGINEERS,
- PARKE & LACY CO.,
1 v' DPTrnNT WATER
H. N. COOK BELTING G0.
WniTTIER, COBURN CO. Lubricating Oils, Grease
BYROn'TvCKSON MACHINE WORKS, Whirlpool
C'YLTFORNJA ANTI-CALORIC CO.
Anti-Caloric Pipe and Boiler Plaster.
Anti-Caloric Boiler Blocks,
PACIFIC AMMONIA & CHEMICAL.CO.
1ITBS0N DYNAMITE & POWDER CO.
MBESE & GOTTFRIED CO. LINDE ICE MACHINE.
ROBINSON BLOCK, Hotel Street.
: OAKBONATED FOUNTAIN DRINKS
NUTRITIOUS DELICIOUS REFRESHING
IN THE HIGHEST DEGREE PERFECT
GrcaCVariety of Flavors Novelties Added Frequently
Our Vichy a Special Feature
Natural Fruits Our Own Selection
Our Ice Cpeam "par excellence" The Finest
FOUNTAIN, COR. FORI HOI EL 515.
Noted as the Coolest Corner m Town
Benson, Smith & Co,, ltd,
NEW SUMMER GOODS.
Jin Elegant Lint of Ties, Shirts, Pajuis, Silk mi
Crepes, Kinnos, Etc., Etc.
I Large Stock ol lilies', Gents' and AMm's STU1
NTS on hui.
King Street, Below Castle & Cooke's.
P. 0. Bex 441 :
WHEEL QO.Tj '
- Judd Building
P. 0. Box 450
Read The Honolulu Republican.
THE HONOLULU BEFUBLICAX, TTEDXESDAT, AUGUST 15, 19J1
IIPNTS HOI TIE
! WHAT ISLASDS FURNISHED
I the xnsnrxD states
Pjoducts of Cuba,Porio
Rico and the Philippines Sent
tq Mainland Valued at
ct&Z Corpp"iJcr or Tfce EepabUcas.!
WASHINGTON, Julv The Ins-ports
into the United States from Cuba.
kPorto Rico. Hawaii and the Philippine
and Samoan Islands for the fiscal year
Just ended amount to over $60,000,000.
Over $40,000,000 of this Is sugar and
molasses. $10,000,000 tobacco, 13,000,-000
vegetable fibres, Sl.000,000 iron,
copper and manganese, and the remainder
such miscellaneous tropical
as coffee, cocoa, sponges, tropi
cal fruits, vegetables, hides and skins
and cabinet woods.
The sugar Importations from the isl
ands form practically one-third of the
total sugar brought into the United
States during the year, amounting to
about 1,4000,000,000 pounds out of a
grand total of over 4,000,000,000 pounds
Imported. Of the total sugar
tions from the four islands, Cuba sup
plied slightly more than one-half,
though in value the importations from
Ha'svaii exceeded those from Cuba, Hawaiian
sugar being of a higher grade,
and consequenUy representing a larger
value, although the number of
pounds was materially less than that
shown by the import figures for Cuba.
The total importations of sugar during
the year from Cuba were 703.4S6.352
pounds, valued at $1S.243.659; those
from Hawaii, 504,713,103 pounds, valued
at $20,392,150. Porto Rico occupies
the third place in quantity and value of
sugar imported from the Islands, the
total for the year exceeding S0.000.003
pounds, while from the Philippines the
total for the year is in round terms
The second item of imports from the
island, considering them in the order
of magnitude, is tobacco, amounting in
round terms to $10,000,000 in value,
which represents about two-thirds of
the total importations of tobacco into
the United States. The total value of
manufactured and unmanufactured tobacco
Imported durlug the fiscal year
is about $16,000,000, and that from the
four islands slightly above $10,000,000.
Of this, the very 1 arge proportion
comes from Cuba, the total value of
tobacco Imported from Porto Rico during
the year being about a quarter of
a million dollars, from the Philippines
but about $1,000, and from Hawaii l3ss
The third itetm of imports from
the islands, considering them in the
orfler of magnitude. Is manlla hemp,
which comes, as the name indicates,
from the Philippine Islands, the total
value of the importation of this article
being for the year $7,172,36S, of
which $5,024,770 came direct from the
The following table shows the Importations
into the United States from
the four islands for the eleven months
ending with May, the details of the various
classes for the month of June
having not yet been completed:
Articles lmiHjrtt'J. Cuba. Porto Klco.
SuAr. . ......... .$lG,ir2'$3 Sl.lOJ.fiStf
Tobacco, unmanufactured 7,29t,9tG 1S1.1
Tobaccoo, uianuraetureU. 1.SSMI0 4.132
Molasses 437.TTG 197.S37
Iron ore 437.2b7
Cabluet woods 348.501 452
Copier 24S,02 11.M1
JInnpaneso ore i!!G,H3
, 161,370 U
Spoupes. .,.., 103J07
Fruits mid uqu 261,U '""2,620
Vetables 41,919 0b
Bones, horns and boots.... 3i13 '"
.Fibera. Vegetables 30,735
Scrap Iron.... 32.221 l,lO
Hides and skin 27.ftW 8,305
Coffet; 2,141 vises
Total $2S,12j,14G Jl.NXr.13S
Articles imiorted. Philippines, linwall.
Sugar....... .- -
Tobacco manufactured.. W3 2t.
Manila li.Miip 4,2jC,y
Fruit and nuts ,,... 40 1H.374
Vegetables... , 2J,3H3
Scrap Iron "",3J4 300
Hides and skins G3.335
Total 3,241,33 $1U.U18.002
LATE SUGAR QUOTATIONS.
NEW YORK, July 2&-Raws This
Is a half holiday and there Is little doing-
in the market. Buyers are generally
absent from the cltF today, and It is
evident from the large reaction which
has come to the European market, ar
anticipated, that the rise in raw sugars
is over for the time being.
Sales, July 2S. 19001200 bags Porto
Rico and 621 bags Trinidad
on spot, basis S9 test, "at 4 3-Sc
Reflned4The rise in refined must also
be considered ended for the prsent ut
least Demand is extremely light and
refiners are catching up somewhat with
deliveries and request instructions on
contracts expiring July 31.
European markets had a large reaction,
with indjeations of a further
decline. Evidently the corner in contract
deliveries for July has been broken
and. the puotations for present and
for new crop deliveries are likely no-v
to come closer together by a reduction
in present quotations.
London Cable, July 2S. 1900. Cane
quiet, no change. Beet dull at the decline.
Java Xo. 15 D. S.. 14s 6
fair refining, lSs; beet, July, 12s 3 3-Jd;
August. 12s 3
First marks German granulated. 13s
9d, equal to 5.45c delivered In New
York, duty paid
American Sugar Refining Company's
stock opened at 127, highest 127, lowest
124, closing 124 1-2.
NEW ORLEANS. July 29. The local
market for sugar continued strong and
all offerings sell promptly. New York
reported raws strong, with little offering,
and refined In fair demand.
The London market was reported by
cable to the Sugar Exchange today as
follows: Cane, firm, with upward tendency,
at 14s; beet, active at advance
The New York market was reported
as follows: Fair refining, 59 test,
4 3-Sc; centrifugals. 95 twt. 4 7-Sc;
srinriarri CTanulated. a.9Qc: standard a.
5.7Cc; German granulated. 5.47c
There were no receipts nor saiea
The following, quotations for plantation,
sugar and molasses are from tlve
official report of the Louisiana Sugar
and Rice Exchange, and are for round
Plaatation sgar, open kettle, none.
.per pound: Market
'grades in first
Juuuts; grwBUUi. ftow;,wblUs, soe;
1 U5 ?J-S
Plantation isolates, ojea Iced,
Refined sugar, per pound: Market
strong. Cubes, powdered. fiJSCc,
standard granulated. 6J0c; confectioners"
A, 6.03c The above quovitiuas
are net, subject to cash discount of i
per cent on invoices paid la five days.
PHILADELPHIA. July 2S. Refined
sugar are firm in all hard grades, with
softs being shaded 10 points la N02.
5 to 16 Inclusive. The refineries are
sUH behind in their deliveries. Raw
.sugar Is firm. List prices, subject ta a
rebatet of 15 point3 after 30 days, were
as follows: Lozenge, 6.25; crown A.
6.35; crystal A. 6J0; confectioners
granulated, 5.25; cubes, 6JJ5; powdered,
6.20; standard and fine granulated, 6J0;
extra fine granulated, 6.20; confectioners'
A, 5.50; Nos. 1 and 3, 5.75; No. 4.
5.35; No. 5, 5.65; No. 6, -5.55; No. 7,
5.45; No. S. 5.40; No. 9, 5.35; No. 10,
5.30; No. 11, 5.20; No. 12, 5.25 and Nos.
13 and 1C, 5.20. Arbuckle's package
sugars were quoted at 6.20.
ifolasses: There is but little tradins
but prices rule steady within the range
of the following quotations: N. O.
centrifugals, common, fair. It
3?19c; good. 2025c: prime. 3037c;
N. O. open kettle fair, 4446c; good.
prime, 506 52c; fancy. 54&53c;
S. H. syrup, 15C2Sc.
Maurice Grau, the grand opera manager,
is to write a book of reminiscences
of the famous singers and composers
he has known.
William S. Jennings, Democratic
nominee for Governor of Florida, is a
cousin of William Jennings Bryan and,
like him, is a native of Illinois.
'The Jews of London sent to Lord
Roberts at Easter time a case of Passover
cakes and have just received a
graceful acknowledgment of the gift.
Montague White, one of the Boer
envoys to the States, has a brother
who fought against the Boers. The latter
is a lieutenant in the Strathcona
William Dean Howells has become
something of a yachtsman and has a
little boat of his own, in which he
delights to cruise about Long Island
Frederick Winkelmann. who was
recently selected by the New York
Board of Education as lecturer on music
for the public schools ofthat city,
has been blind all his life.
The late Admiral Philip, while always
a good, religious and conscientious
man, was, as a boy. not much of
a student, and at the Naval Academy
generally just managed to pass his examinations.
England is almost unrepresented In
the great law offices of the kingdom,
Sir Richard Webster, the new master
of the rolls, being an Irishman, as i
Sir Edward Carson, the solicitor general,
while Sir Robert Finlay, the new
attorney general, Is a Scotchman.
Mr. Rockhill's Mission.
TFrom the Philadelphia Record.
An emergency might arise at any
moment requiring the substitution of
conciliatory -intervention by a civilian
envoy for a surgical operation by the
sword in the hands of a military commander.
A" belfer choice than that of
Mr. Rockwell -could not have bean
made for the performance of the difficult
task of maintaining peaceful relations
with the constituted authorities
in China coincidently with the employment
of force to rescue American citizens
from a tremendous horde of fanatics
and mutinous troops.
A "Sacred Edict" of China.
The following "sacred edict issued
by the lord of wealth and happiness"
is from the Shanghai Mercury of June
"The Catholic and Protestatnt religions
being insolent to the gods and
extinguishing sanctity, rendering no
obedience to Buddhism and enraging
both heaven and earth, the rain clouds
longer visit us; but 8,000,000
spirit soldiers will descend from heaven
and sweep the empire clean of all foreigners.
Then will the gentle showers
once more water our lands; and when
the tread of soldiers and the clash of
steel are heard, heralding woes to all
our people, then the Buddhist's Patriotic
League of Boxers will be able to
protect the empire and bring peace to
all its people.
"Hasten, then, to spread this doctrine
far and wide; for, if you gain one adherent
to the faith, your own person will
be absolved from all future misfortunes.
If you gain five adherents to the faith,
vour whole family will be absolved from
all evils; and, if you gain ten adherents
to the faith, your whole village will be
absolved from all calamities. Those
who gain no adherents to the cause
shall be -decapitated; for, until all
foreigners have been exterminated, the
rain can never visit us. Those who
have been so uufotuuate as to have
drunk water from wells poisoned by
foreigners should at once make use of
the following divine prescription, the
ingrdieuts of which are to be decocted
a iii swallowed, when the poison patient
"Dried black plum half an ounce.
"Solanium dulcamara half an ounce
"Eucommia ulmoides ? 1 half an ounce."
A Minister's Good "Work.
"I had a severe attack of bilious colic,
got a bottle of Chamberlain's Colic,
Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy, took
two doses and was entirely cured." says
Rev. A. A. Power, of Emporia, Kan.
"My neighbor across the street was
sick for over a week, had two or three'
bottles of medicine from the doctor.
He used them for three or four days
without relief, then called in another
doctor who treated him for some days
and gave him no relief, so discharged
him. I went over to see "him the next
mornlns; He said his bowels were in
a terrible fix. that they had oeen running
oft so long that it was almost
bloody flax. I asked him ir he had tried
Chamberlain's Colic. Cholera and
Remedy and he said, 'No. I went
home and brought him my bottle and
gave him one dose; told him to take
another doie In fifteen or twenty minutes
if he dfd not find relief, but he
took no more and was entirely cured.
I think it the beat medicine 1 have ever
tried." For sale by U dealers and drug-
gists. Benson, Smith & Co., general
'agents, Hawaiian Territory.
Meant for Talkers.
Doubtless Edward Atkinson is included
la the ge&eral proclamation of am
oub mm fl 110 lud 80.
Prom and After January 1, 1900.
D-air Dar nay rjony
StitlCC.. ex fT.
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G.P.DEX1SOK, V a SMITH.
I SEATTLE BEER i
A On Draught or in T.1n. ?
IS" THE DISTRICT COURT OF rOIE
UNITED STATES, FOR -HE
TERRITORY OF HAWAII.
The President of the Duited Stat' 3 of
To the Marshal of the United States
of America for theTerritory of Hwii
Whereas, a Libel hath been Sl 1 in
the District Court of the Inited Stites
for the Territory of Hawaii, on the 10th
day of August, A. D, lf00. Bv J.D.
ripreckels & Bros Co., vs. Ship !
her tackle, apparol, fnrnitnrt,
boats, appurteneuces and cargo fir the
reasous and causes in the said Libel
mentioned, and praying the usu d
and monition of the said Ccnrt in
that behalf to be made, aud that all
persons interested in the said vessel,
her tackle, etc., and carco may be cited
in ueueral and special to answer the
premises, and all proceedings bving
had that the said vessel, her tackle,
eta, and cargo may for the causes iu
the said Libel mentioned, be con
and sold to pay the demands of the
You are therefore hereby commanded
to attach the said vessel, her tac kle,
etc, and cargo aud to retain the s.me
in your custody uutil the further o-der
of the Court respecting the same, and
to give due notice to all persons claiming
the same, or knowing or having
anything to say why the same sh nld
not be condemned and sold purs ant
to the prayer of the s lid Libel, hat
they be and appear bjfore the .said
Court, to be held in and for the
of Hawaii, 011 the Sixteenth day of
August, A. D. 1900, at ten in
the forenoon of the same day, if that
day shall be a day of jurisdiction,
otherwise on the next day of juris diction
thereafter, then and there to interpose
a claim for the same, and to
mako their allegations on that bslmlf .
And what you shall have done ia the
premises, do you then aud there make
return thereof, together with this v.rit.
Witness, the Hon. Morris 1, Eftee,
Judge of said Court, at the City of
Honolulu, in the Territory of Hawaii,
this 10th day of August, A. D. 1900, and
of our iudependence, the one hundred
WALTER B. MALING,
F M. HATCH,
Proctor for Libelant.
A true copy Attest: '
United States Marshal for the Terri
tory of Hawaii.
Hardware Co., Ltd.
Inpirters ana Dealers !n
2, 3 and 4 Light Chandeliers and
Metal uud Class Lanrw,
Paints Oils and Yarnisliss,
Lard oil, Cylinder oil. Dynamo oiij tc.
Powder, Sh,ot and Gaps, Agricultural
Implements, t" .
House furnishing Goods, Etc.
Silver Plated Ware of all descriptions,'
Table Cutlery, etc.
Plantation Supplies oi
Hart's Patent "Duplex" Die Stock for
Pipe and Bplt Cutting: Rutber
Hose, plain or wire bound, etc
Made of steel and will longer nnd
give better satisfaction than any
Orders from the other T&lands solicited
and promptly filled.
Hawaiian Government 6"
Bonds for which the highest
market price will be paid.
BISHOP & CO.,
The Republican is now well established
aaam,?avertlsin medium. Ca
rsjuestthjlkltef will call, cr rstea
mav betti"at4he business office .
CaMnium, Goal Tar, Stockholm
Tar- Rosin, Pitch,
none of which make good mixed drinks and our license
does not allow us to sell them on Sunday, but when bought
on other days and applied properly they are all very useful.
Our stock of above articles is large and we mention
them simply to let you know where to call when needing
E. 0. HALL k
Limited, King Street.
M- till H- ;;..;..t..i.. - 4H - - f
THE WHITE HOUSE
420 Fopt Street
You can be suited in Gents Furnishing Goods.
The Very Latest
Percale and Madras,
a- - a- ?- x- -:
The Hawaiian Electric Co., Ltd.,
Has Removed its Offices and Showroom to
i Alakea Street,
BARGAINS IN ELECTRIC FIXTURES.
On and after August 9, all Electric Fixtures
and Shades now in stock will be sold at a GREAT J
J SACRIFICE to make room for shipment to arrive J
per "Andrew Welch."
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(Tue AVHISKEI without a Headacke.)
$JUST TO HAND
Place You Order,
W. C. Peacock & Co., Ltd.
Have just opened a New and Fino lane of Heavy PONGEE
SILK GOODS, FOR
New Shipment of Sandal
Gloves, Jewelry, Etc. Reasonable Prices.
- l - - i"i" : ; A i : w
-V. t A'. AS. At. J4
Ample Supply f
To the Trade.
210 NUUANU STREET,
Wood Boxs for Handkerchiefs.
.,.- flLL'fe&rC & &4- " 'Oj - ,-