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Saturday Press Supplement, February 26, 1881.
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Trade Review, 1880.
Annual Statistical Report of
the Custom House.
Wo prcsonl licrowitli in convonicnt Irtbtiln.
tcd form tlio carefully-prepared utatistfcH of
tlio Collector-General of Custom), W. !'. Allen,
for 1890, wliicli will lc found instructive- ntiil
vnluiililo for roforctico. Tlio trmlo of tlio
Islands in shown to bo in a most thriving con
dition, and wo rniglit add that tlio name may
bo wild of business nt homo.
Ono noticcahlo ovidenco of our prosperity is
tlio mimbor and class of liuililitiKB erected dur
ing tlio year, most of them of a character that
denotes portnanenco. In addition to tlio Cus
tom Houso statiiticH wo present a tablo giving
a comparative view of tlio coinmcrco of Iho
Kingdom from 181 1, showing tlio totals for
each year. This tublo will bo or additional
interest, as it comprises in a condensed form
all of those issued by tlio Collector of Customs,
not only for 1880, but for a poriod of .10 years,
and is an oxcollont imlox. of tho progress of
tlio country during that tiino.
Our tablo of imports shows a mntorial falling
off in dutiable- goods comparod with tho pro
vinimyoar, of 8335,189.05, whilo tho list of
freo-by-troaty goods exceeds 1870 by $11,
1)80.87, and tho vnluo of goods in bond ex
ceeds those or 1870 by S10,071.31, notably in
nlo and buor, spirits, and groceries and pro
visions. Tho total values as comparod with
tho previous year show a reduction of SO'J,
000.08. A careful review of tho tablo shows
Homo very interesting faets, evincing a hoalthy
condition of trade on tho wholo.
A noticoalilo reduction is apparent in tho
importation ot machinory.botb in tho dutiable
and froo list, a fact which wo attributo to tho
various plantations being now about supplied
with their noeded outfits, savo for occasional
extensions or repairs. In lumber, agricultural
implements and tools, paints and oils, wo sco
ovidenccs or extension and industry in their
incrcaso over tho figures or tho preceding year;
whilo the railing off in nil tho classes of dry
goods, fancy goods, jewelry "and pinto, and a
Tow other minor articles, indicates a tendency
or care in excessively stocking a limited mar
ket with luxurious and extravagant supplies,
especially when wo tako into consideration
tho incrcaso to our foreign population, who
aro the principal purchasers. A gain to tho
census is hero indicated also by tho incrcaso
in tho importation or Dour, groceries and pro
visions, grain and feed, naval stores, etc.
whilo tho incrcaso in nuimala, saddles, car
riages and material, and fumituro,' would also
indicate n growing improvomont in " living,
moving and having our being" in these fair
isles of tho Pacific.
Tho ports or Kabul ui and Hilo each show
an incroaso both in dtltlablo and free goods.
Taking it altogether, wo consider tho import
trado of tho Islands to bo in a very prosperous
condition, that shows n saving in imports over
tho previous year or $00,000.08, whilo our
oxports hIiow a gain or 81,187,720.00 for tho
sumo poriod.
Another very important showing by tho im
port tables is tlio steady growth or trado with
tho United States, that notwithstanding our
saving on tho whole, as shown alwvo, tho gain
to our treaty patron has boon S200,20'2.07 on
froo goods alono. A roviow of tho treaty
poriod may bo of interest in connection with
thiH aiticle, as showing its progressive strides:
1870, 8313,831; 1877, 81,100,013, 1678,
81,010,088:1879,81,820,355; 1880, $2,020,
558. Thenn figures show only tho ftoo goods,
to which may bo added tho following duty
paying and bundod goods, viz.: 1870, S771,
107; 1877, 8052,103; 1878, 8120,015; 1870,
8173,702; 1890,8001,731.
Trade with Croat Uritain bIiows a decrease
of 8210,878 tho past year, mid Germany hIiows
a railing off or 81 15,055, much or which is no
doubt through tho loss of tho It. O. Wyli-,
which was burnt last Summer on route from
Hi emon, and whoso duplicated cargo by tho
G. F. llneiukl is ivIbo reported a total Iobs off
tho Falkland Islands. China shows no ma
terial chaiigo, notwithstanding tho incroiiBcd
oppoiiuuities of direct communication, while
tho culonies of Australia mid Now Zealand
lmvo fallon off 811,757, and Franco hIiows a
dolicit or 818,071. HritiBh Columbia, figuring
for years past in our tables, has now disap
peaied altogether.
Tablo No. 3, giving all import cargoon ex
ceeding 10,000, shows that out of tho list of
oighty-uvo entries, ono is from llumburg, two
each fioin London, ltoston, Now York and
Hongkong, three each from Glasgow, Liver
pool and Canton, ono from a cruiso and the
balanoo-aixly-six aro from S.in Francisco.
Of the voaaol engaged in this carrying trado
of the islands wo find llfty-six aro Amorican,
twenty Itritish, sixlluwaiiau, two Chinese and
ono Gorman. Tho average valuo of tho car
goes hoto shown aro ; From England, $51,
718 - Huston and Now Yoik, $03,550 S.m
Francisco, $28,107 China, 18,100. Germany
shows only a single cugo of $50,408 which is
furbelow tho average, fall ships gonorully ex
ceeding double this liguro.
Tables 4 and 5, show oxports for tho poriod
under review. Compared with oarlior yoars
it is noticoalilo how tho list of doiuostio ox
ports aro narrowing down all tho time, though
in concentrating our lines of produce it is grati.
fying that success clowns tho labors of our
planters and graziers, to show a gain on tho
previous year's figures of $1,180,720.00. Tho
several ai tides of produce show in j an incrooBe,
mo us follows; Sugar, lbs. 11,503,800, molas
ses 110,680 gals,, rice, lbs. 1,077,027 and cot
fee lbs. 25,223, fungUB, lbs. 12,230, bananas,
bunches, 0,705. Goat skins, hides and tal
low show an increase nlo, while wool show
a falling off or 82,002 lbs., which may bo ut
h United to delay of forwarding the fall clip to
market, as sufficient baa nheady boon shipped
away this spring to fully iniiko up the defi
ciency, l'ulit, once our principle article or
export in attll Btoadily declining, partly hm
tho difficulty and expense or gathering it, and
tho cenorat adoiitiou of other and cheaper
..,niri,.ia n. ii,a !,, Itlo (lout for unholilorimr
......v...... VM ... -- .
purposes, wliuro it used to I vory geuowlljrl
used. Now our chief consumers nrc tho Colon
ics or Australia and New Zealand. In this
connection wo consider Tablo No. 5 as or great
interest and importance, Rhnwing ns it .docs
who aro our customers, and what thoy desire
most.
Out of a total of 03,127,072 lbs. of sugar ex
ported, tho picific ports of tho United States
virtually San Francisco took nil but 10,
070 lbs.; molasses, all but 11,510 galls., out or
108,355; rice, nil but 15,100 lbs. out or 0,109,
810 lbs. and coffee all but 21,280, out or 09,
608 lbs, besides all our bananas, goat skins,
hides, tallow, wool, oil, bone, etc.
Notwithstanding tho incrcaso in the exports
or domestic produce, it has fallon far below
the estimate of what was expected, notably in
sugar, which had been placed at 10,000 tons,
but through difficulty of procuriiiK labor at tho
proper seasons when desired for cultivation, or
taking off a crop, ns also delay in tho erection
or new mills, wo learn of material loss to n
number of plantations that fully cxplnins tho
deficit. Faddy has disappeared entirely from
tho oxports which fact helps to swell tho
figures in cleaned rico. Our two steam mills,
besides the iunutnorable Chinese tread-mills,
now find full employment in rendering paddy
a marketable nrticlo for any market, compar
ing favorably as it does with tho famed Caro
lina rico, and saving to our.pcoplo this attend
ed expense.
Tnblcs 0, 0 and 12, show tho complete
movement of nil shipping foreign whether
merchant, naval or whaling, and shows n
slight diminution in mimbor arid tonnage, a
small gain only boing noticoalilo in tho arri
vals and departures to tho Pacific porta of tho
United States, with tho largo prefcroneo or
Amorican bottoms cngjigod in tho carrying
trado or tho Islands over all others combined.
To early-timers tho contrast in tho whaling
fleet arrivals must bo quito marked, and at
times it scorns hardly crcdiblo that our port
over held throo hundred of thoso cruisers nt
ono timo, but wo find in 1852 tho arrivals
wero 610, in 1833, 535, .and tho largest number
was in 1830 when 510 visited tho Islands,
since which timo they havo steadily declined.
Tablo No. 7, showing ns it does tho
quantity of spirits taken out of bond' for
consumption, furnishes no small text for caro
rul thought, especially when wo tako into
consideration tho steady gain in tho quantity
used in tlio last Tow years, compared with the
flush whaling times allfldcd to. When tho
fleet was tho largest, in 1850, tho quantity of
spirits consumed was 11,158 gallons, at which
timo dlir floating population added fully 20,000
to tho census wliicli that year Btood about.
70,000. At present, with a population of
59,000 the consumption has increased to 11,289
gallons, besides 21,733 gallons of bcor, wines,
etc.
Tho Customs Receipts Tablo S-givcs that
fascinating interest wo havo in desiring to
know how wo arc progessing in pecuniary
manors full satisfaction, and fully bears out
tho ovidenccs of prosperity already indicated
in tho tables alluded to. Taking 1870 as a
basis, the year tho Treaty went into effect
tho total receipts of tho Custom Houso was
$190,030, in 1877 the first full year of tho
Treaty's operation it incroascd to $230,400,
in 1878, to $281,120, 1870, $350,071 and Inst
year $102,182.
Wo como noxt to tho passongor statistics,
tablo 10, which whilo it shows a gain to our
population ol 30G5 souls, falls behind tho
proviotiB year's gain 2580. Tho difforenco
stands against tho whito race, for tho South
Sea Islandors indicate a gain of 278 over 1870,
Tho Chinese in nrrivais show a gain of 20 for
tho year, though thcro havo beon moro de
partures by 200. Tho passengers in transit
show n slight increase, but tho lido is reversed
from what it was tho provious year.
Tho list of Hawaiian registered vessels
shows littlo or no chango in number, but of
improved class nnd tonnage Tho business of
this fleet principally of coaBters has been
very good throughout tho year, thoro having
bcun full employment for tho carrying trado
of tho group, with less than tho avorago or
iiiiBrortuncs to tho fleet, nnd less delays, if wo
remember aright," from boing windbound. A
venturo was mado during tho year to tho
Ochotsk cod fishing grounds with bo fair a clo
grco of success that it is planned to continue
tho samo this year. Tho Arctic trading that
had been carried on tho past eight yoars by
tho lato Charles Long and others from this
port has beon abandoned, and tho vessels sold
to other parties, who havo placed thorn in dif
ferent lines or trade. Upon tho wholo, wo
consider thoro is atnplo ground for satisfaction
at this showing, and congratulato our Collector
General and his staff upon tho results of their
yoar's labor.
No. 1 Imports, Honoinin, Hnwnllnn Islands, 1880.
Vat, Oole
Tal, Woods
raying
Duty.
Al-, Porter, Heer. Cider
Animal and Birds,,,,.,
Building Mstrrlalt ,
f!tMMn- Hit. ft.uif.
Oroekcrjoiawirc,I,a,mpVa'nifl.Vmp
HltnrM..... j .......
.'iMfts, muKtcni instrument nnti lien-
tal Materials..,., ,
Dry Ooods -Cottons... ....., ..,...,,.
Linens
Silks
W colons. ,,, ,
Mixture,...,
Fancy flood, Mllllncry.etc
Kith (dry and tall)
Flour .....
Fruits (fresh)
Furniture...
Oraln and Feed
Urocerloj anil Provisions
(Iiim and Unn Material
f III n Ponder
Hardware, Agricultural Implement
nuu lonis. ,,.,(((,,
Iron and Stecl.rtc
Jewelry, Plate, Clock
Leather
Lumber ,
Machinery
Matches
Musical Instruments..
runtairjtore'
Oil (Cocoamit, kerosene, whale, etc).
Paints and PalntUll,nmITitricntlni
Perfumery and Toilet Article.......
Saddlery, Carriage and Materials,..,
Hhooka and Container,.....
Spirits ,
.Stationery and Hook ,
Tea
Tin and Tlnnare, nnd Materials
Tobacco. Clgars,.rtc..
Wines (light)....
Sundry Milsc. not Included In abotc.
Bundry Unspecified Merchandise
ijnArges on invoice..
25 V cent, added on Uncertified Inics
19,011 11
l.o.i) SI
Sl.WI 91
133,311 13
si.Dii ns
27.629 3.7
62,91.1 HI
11,010 17
2.1. I'M 31
3'J,IU1 18
SI.IMU VI
K!,II19 87
9,119 HI)
1,197 78
1M (J
36,601 0B
1,5'I1 It
101,171 CI
e,7n7 a
4,83 78
WI,7V7 23
11,201 00
B7.M1 28
1,9 IS 12
119,l 1 1 111
11 Hi
II, MS 31
28,097 90
13,461 GO
3H,0 10 23
11.981 8
37,01 e) 7(1
G.'i,3la Rl
4.523 14
,.; 78
14.IOS 31
0,8-Kl 80
5.7.7J 70
8.31)1 10
10,900 16
t.KPl 27
40,329 63
1,059 78
Vat. (loodt
free
by Treaty.
w.wa oi
00,088 HI
81,391 eu
IS9 II
87,111 41
10,561 03
I, KM 74
2,707 89
2.7.811 2J
.99.M11 TO
3,T W)
Xi w.-j ;r.
78.183 8
211 971 57
2,557 31
150,979 II
15,188 57
JI.S.A'TS'- 38
S.VWH 07
281,111 0i
1H.059 41;
8,W) UI
48,990 70
50,501 21
2,157 Wl
1.1JKJ 01
30,'i79 3S
5,219 50
"bo'u'iVm
70,178 90
'hs'.sH'ao
'so.ire'si
l,007 989 38
In
tlonit.
t 17,118 27
"jyrVj'sS
407 19
1SS73
1.490 10
307 in
1 10 9
40S 9
2V179
1,100 M
II 7U
138
1.211 19
170 20
28.309 W
1.5W1 28
4 CI 59
l,13i 09
45! 05
7.II9 14.
73 50
1,621 00
9 01
388 30
2.103 73
5.8.71 13
2,512 m
789 w;
ins m1
1.72.1 K
70,009 20
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139 W)
"iV.sn'ii
7,488 5"
4 I.TCT U-
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$ Sll.lfXl B8
Discount 20,013 00
IlamaKednnd short 530 3.1
IMrOrtTS AT OTIIEU POUTS, HAWAIIAN ISLANDS.
Kahnlnl
Hllo
Kcalakekun .
Valw I'aytng
Duty,
$H),1 IS 00
12,?JI 00
Vatnt Fret by
l renty.
298,89.1 51
PASSU 81
BOW
Value In Jloml.
$595.33
Valno of goods free.
Total.
30,159 40
81,583 85
B-8.2S7 85
280,1 (,9 SM
25,811 31
27,819 OS
151,1.11 CO
11,318 40
25,033 25
r.0,375 73
38.SS9 41
Ofl.1.37 71
31,270 78
100,888 17
4,151 r
73,313 M
7.1.911 15
3PJ.79I 40
12,910 78
0,317 31
215.088 .13
.74.811 78
74.117 48
27,fW 29
281,218 18
250,181 P)
8,191 W
11,981 07
67,l' 39
75 W8 ttl
40.709 56
13,051 01
74,480 09
P8.857 95
81.13a 31
45,829 21
11.237 31
o.srio w
100.111 90
10,787 08
12:1,578 61
1.591 27
72,959 90
1,659 78
Snear, lbs
Mnlasei, rails,.
Hlee.lbs
ColTee, lbs
Salt, tons,...,...,...,!
Pol, bill
Fungus, lbs ,,,,,
Ilannna. brichs.i,....
float Skins, pes.,..,.,
Whalebone, Its,,.,..,
No. 4 DonMtio Export, Honnlnla.
t. C3.WI.871 1 Hlde, pes.,... ,,,
,...,,,,,....,.. 198,355 1 Calf Skins, pes....................
, C.I59.SI0 Tallow, B(
i... ..,(, 99,608 1 Pnlti, lbs,, .,.,,,, ,,
......,..,, llHjU'ool, 3s,....
,,.....,.... .ti naie un, Rant.
14,801 1 Hum, call ....,.,,,..
19,101 ltctcl Lrares, bm,
31,013 Sheep Skins, pes... ........ ......
10,977
22,911
PO
19.169
41.810
3SI.SI
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BIO
283
2,230
Totnl Vnltie Dorawtlo Proilnce Exported.
Total Value Ilomesllc Produce Ejporleil, Honolulu
To J ) llnmestlc Produce Ksported, Kahulul
Total alne Domestic Produce Kxported, llllo
hurnlshedas supplies to Merchantmen a per estimate....
National Vessels, ns per estimate
Total.
i $1,497,937 04
, Ht.(Klt2
, 187.198 14
, 69,750 ()
33,(JO0 (JO
$I,8S,!,19I 4U
Total of nil Export, Hnwntlan Island.
Value of Foreign flood Kiported..., i
alue of Domestic (loods rurnlshed as supplies (estimated) 92,750 CO
Total , , $4,9'444 87
$ 79,271 47
-f,,im,414 VI
No. 6 Merchant Vessels and Steamers at Porta of the
Ilawallan Islands.
(1,157,815 01
20,691 97
$1,137,221 09
409,131 30
$3,r.l0..1.73 07
120,015 SO
$3,073.208 41
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No. 2 Valae of Ooods pajrlag duty
Imported at Honolnln, from
United Stat, Pacific Port $123,01.1 18
United States, Atlantic Port 41,800 Ol
Hreat Britain 577,001 14
Germany 41,777 17
China.. 80.010 40
Australia and New Zealand M.72.7 40
f.rancc 111,112
.Micronesia and Uuano Islands.... 2,332 98
Ml 18
417 50
Island In North and South Pacific
Sea, by Whaler
Total Honolnln.
At Kahulul
At Hllo
.$1,248,581 92
:,1 IS (111
12,791 08
Total at all Porta.
...$1,285,521 00
Value of Ooods and Spirits Bonded'
from
United Slates, Pacific Ports $120,517 59
United State, Atlantic Port 11.111 21
(Ireatllrltaln 47,003 7.1
dcrmany .1,911 82
China 04,628 80
Australia and New Zealand 9.808 01
France 1,712 31
Micronesia and Guano Islands... 1,093 09
Total Honolulu $233,978 28
At llllo 693 33
Total $231,573 55
Value of Ooods from the United States Tree by "Treaty."
United Slates Pacific Port 4V, 831 37
United States Atlantic Port 21IWI0 18
At Kahulul 298 89.7 54
ft Hllo..... 72,980 81
AtKealakckua 80 00
Total $8 020,557 90
Value of Goods Imported Free.
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Animal and Birds
Hooks, printed In Hanallan
Coal
Diplomatic Representatives
Hawaiian Whalers
Ills Majesty
Hawaiian Government
Personal and Household Effects, (old and In use)
Iron, plateand pig
Plants and Seeds
Hetumed Cargo
Specie.
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Sundries, br Dcrmisslon .
Tanning Materials
Postage Stamps
.$510,101 20
1,102 85
MS ttl
30,514 29
31.1 70
19,008 47
2,714 1U
20,169 40
21,020 30
12,001 01
71 3-1
780 (JO
.1,074 23
1,438 (II
105 2.1
829 00
Natiox.
American
Ilrltlsh
Hanallan
German,,,,.
Chlnesu
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Ilalatea
Totals.
HUMII.UI.U.
l.isliiK.
No.
W
Ton.
II1,!W.
11,2111
6.SN1
2.138
2.517
678
16
at
171,62:11
UllTStllt,
jTon,
1,093
1.(19.1
IllUl.
No.
Tons.
2,623
87
2.010
KlItl-LCI,
No.
Tons.
4,ClJ
i,ri
Total ,
No,
Ton.
179 99,014
20 3I.S01
18 5,373
3 2.1,18
.1 2,517
2 678
1 167
7 Wfl
141,910
Whaling Vessels at Porta of tho Hawaiian Islands.
iio.NoujTu
lNsmit. OfTMitT "1MW Totaw.
JSATIOX. . ,
No. Ton. No. Tons. No, Tons. No. Tons.
American T TBI B "m i TiKT IT 4,703
Hnnallnn 1 lb8 1 188
Totals T 019 "T M i" "l,4M "iT"9M
No. 7. Spirits taken out of Bond for Consumption.
HONOLULU.
First Quarter...,
Seconu Quarter.,
Third quitter...
Fourth Quarter..
Totals
S ? 9 3 S? -5 5 g I PS
-1 i I I i- -a f $ I
M P F P : I f I I H
i : : : i : : : rti.' qu. : e
72 .1588 5908 2505 ,187 1.19 225 64 2558 1796 l(f 909 2083
185 2903 3503 1843 3t,9 182 273 77 1870 1779 1037 945 1 110
142 1910 40111 2550 Ml 231 102 153 3109 2828 890 1708 1995
05 3197 4121 .1325 308 !K 252 79 2721 3181 935 1005 1420
4ol Hoot lam iftai iocs Us in Irn ioial km ils 6527 7220
159
383
18.1
Imnort Untie Snlrlla...
Import Dulles Goods....
No. 8 -Customs Receipts,
$156,109 8A
116.401 Cfl
Import Duties Jlonded Goods 28,729 76
Wharfage, , 17,753 40
Illank , 10,000 60
Hospital Fund (passengers)... ,, 9,213 50
Storage 6,841 08
Interest 3,016 50
Fee 3,234 99
Roasting License 2,647 11
Fines and Forfeiture 1,809 12
Kerosene Stcragc 1,607 91
Passports 1,428 DO
M. 11. Fund (seamen) 1,307 40
Light l 18
Warehouse Storage 601 39
Duo) , ; 404 110
lleglstry 327 75
Samples 6 00
Honolulu $398,727 32
Kahnlnl 5.6.71 37
Hllo 3 801 91
Kealakekna 15 00
Total $ 126,615 SO
Resume, Imports Hawaiian Islands.
Value Goods Free by Treaty $ 2 020,557 90
Value Goods Paying Duty 1,285,521 00
Value Goods and Spirits Bonded 234,573 M
Value Goods and Spirits Free 120,615 36
Total..
$ 3,073,208 41
r
ac
a
CO
n
TO
O
3
s
No. 3.-Cargoes Invoiced above S10.000.
January .
February .
March.
At the Old Corner, Front and Walantunni Sts
A. S. CLECHORN & CO..
AUCTIONEERS, IM1WTKRB AND
Dealers in General Merchandise,
Groceries, Hardwire,
Boots sml Bliocs, Clothinp,
Dry aud fancy Ooods, etc.
Ladles' and Gentlemen's Furnishing (looils,
Late Importation, In grtat isrlcty.
Choicest Brands of Tobacco and Cigars.
FULL AND COMPLETF.
ASSORTMENT OT CANNED OOODS
Fresh Importation.
Orders from tho country promptly and carefully exc-
'"articular oUentlonfclvon to tlio purchasluc of goods
on Vpcclal order., cither In Honolulu or at tho Ciu.t, by
..nypecW ascitis. j. H.MAIIY. Manager.
WE HAVE JUST RECEIVED
Ex L.vrn AimiVALS,
AXiei.xa:o IiotofHay
OF THE NEW CHOP, ALSO,
Whole and Ground Hurley, Oats, Bran,
and Aitfn Hay.
W carry the largest aKKk of Horse Kf1edll,n i'i'
KlHgdoui, and wo are always prepared to Oil all order.,
lylthuccuslomeil irompliu-, and
AT LOW JKAT1JS FOR CASH.
B0-Oral u Ground to Ordcr.K$
Wheal. Corn. Cracked Com. OH Cake. Middlings,
JlliVU aTVVU, ... .-- -
THOS. G. THRUM,
IMPORTING AND M ANUFACTURINQ
r?Hsv xxeC5x!!J tk
T SBBBBBVBfXl9BfjasftMBllBV
I BBB ' SBlVsVBBBBBBsVLLBBBBMLBBBBBBBBaBBTPB
April.
It 3m
LAINE i CO.
L. O. 8BES0VICH & CO.,
IMrOKTKKS AND DEALERS IN
FRESH FRUITS & CAUFORNIA PRODUCE
ALSO
Wilts or every Iciiul
ALWAYS ON HAND.
ft-wk Eastern OytUri in the IktU
KKCEIVED BY KACK BTKAMEK.
STATIONER. NEWS AGENT
AND
BOOK BIXDZIII
Merchant Street, and Dealer In
Fine Stationery, Books, Fancy Goods
Fort Street (Brewcr'a Block).
NEW SoOTS
Rlved for each Department every month, and
Special Orders attended to with promptness.
The Bindery Department
I the only Compctont Establishment tn the city to
tttend In all work from l'umphlct to Presentation Book
IllndliiL'. and Illank Book Manufaclnrlns of any d-
scrlpllon.
THE STATIONERY DEPARTMENT
Islietnif renewed with Staple Ooods and Novelties
constantly, among tha most anccessful of which for
lime and money saving and convenience, are
Letter Taper ami Note Paper
In Block, of H Ream each, or 11 Ream single sheets.
SOMETHING NEW-I.ett.-r Heads and Nate Heads
full shett lth view of Diamond Head. Can b had
in tlniflo sheets to order If desired.
THE NEWS DEPARTMENT
Has special care and atUutlon, to lusuro accuracy and
prompt delivery. -I 8m
May..
June '.
July.
August .
September.
October..
ai
. 6
6
SU
91
23
2.i
.. 6
15
17
22
2!
S3
27
31
..'JO
2U
21
20
..II
14
IS
ID
II. W.AImy
Lady Lampsnn
Norham Castle
Lady Head
Uastna
Crane
Highflyer
Cliy of New York.,,.
fella
O. O. Murray
Discovery
Kale
Cassle Hayward
nureica
W. II. Meyer
Zcalandla
John D. Sprcckels...
ocssie .McKcrson
Eskbank
II. W. Almv
American ulrl
Lady Lampson.
uuy or oyan
Twilight....
November...
4
11
IV
Ella.
Australia
Uussle Telfair...
Forest Ouceu....
J. A. Fulklnliunr,
Discovery ,
n. ii. aieyer,
American
Ilrltlsh
British
British
British
American
British
American
American
American
American
Hawaiian
American
American
American
Ilrlll.h
American
American
Ilrltlsh
American
American
British
American
American
American
British
American
American......
American
American
American
City of New York lAmcrlcan..
Ceylon .
Eureka. ,
Grace Roberts
American Ulrl
Lady Lampson
a. . .........J. .......
Zealandla
Martha W, Tufts....
Ella
T. F. Whtlon
City of Madrid
kalakaua
City of Sydney......
Forest Queen
J. A. Falklnburg....
W II. Meyer
II. W.AImy
l)lscoery
Starllcht
City of Nankin
Australia
lloCboni' ,
C. R. BltlioD
Consuelo
Spirit of the Age....
City of Now York,...
D. U. Murray
Lady Lampson
Eureka u
Oberon...
Ella
Kalakaua
J. A. Falklnbarg....
Forest Queen
Zealandla
W. II. Meyer
City of Sydney
II. W.AImy
Discovur
fulls A
Ella
ry
. Loug..
December.
21 John M. Clerk..
2d Excelsior.......
1W Australia
. a;iIuChong
Amy Turner
I. A. Falklnburg...
Lady Lampson
Mohican............
Eureka
.Cassandra..........
John D. Hprrckeis ,
City of New York.,
American,.
American..
American
American
Ilrltlsh
American,
Ilrltlsh
American
American
American
British
Ilawallan
Americau
American
American
American
American
American
Hawaiian
Ilrltlsh
Ilrltlsh
China
Ilawallan
American
Brit sh
American
American
iirllisn
American
Ilrltlsh
American
Ilawallan
American
American ,.
British
American
American
American
American ,.,
Hawaiian.. ......
American
American .,
American........
British
China
American
American
British
American
American..
Herman
Amvrican ,..
American
wiiciiE rnoM.
San Francisco
San Francisco
Glasgow
London
Liverpool
San Francisco
London
San Francisco
ban Francisco
San Francisco
San Francisco
Hamburg
San Francisco
San Francisco
San l'rancUco
San Francisco
San Francisco
San Francisco
Ulateow
San Francisco
San Francisco
San Francisco
San Francisco
San Francisco
San Francisco
ban Francisco
San Francisco
San Francisco
San Francisco
San Franc sco
San Francisco
San Francisco.,...
Boston
Sun Francisco
San Francisco
San Francisco
San Francisco
pan Francisco
San Francisco
San Francisco'....
San Francisco....,
New York...
Liverpool
S.in Francisco
San Francisco
San Francisco
San Francisco
San Francisco.,..,
San Francisco
San Francisco
San Francisco
Olasgow
San Francisco.....
Canton ,
ban Francisco
San Francisco....,
Hongkong ,
San Francisco....,
Kan Francisco...,,
San Francisco..,,
San Francisco I,..
Liverpool,
San Francisco...,,
San Francisco.,.,,
San Francisco,.,,,
flan FMne'sco,,.,,
Han Francisco
San Francisco,,,.,
San Francisco..:.,
Han Francisco....,
San Francisco....,
From a Cruise....
San Francisco....
Hongkong.
Kan Francisco,...
Sau Francisco. ..
Canton
ltoston ,..
San Francisco....
San Francisco..,,
New York
Han Francisco....
Canlnn., ,.,
San Francisco...,
San Francisco.,..
VALUE.
Total 1HH0.,
Total 1879..
Increase 1SS0
...tK,IM 61
... 3MI.671 OS
... ,5I0 58
No. 9-Natlonal Vessels at Honolnln.
Anrll 4
April 26
April 27
siay si
May 31
Juno 21
July 23
Aug 15
Aug 18
Sent 5
Oct 14
Oct l.
Oct
Oct
Nov 13
NATION.
Russian..
Russian..
German..
Ilrltlsh:..
American
German..
Ilrltlsh...
Ilrltlsh...
Japanese
Br tish...
American
Ilrltlsh.
British.
American
British...
Dili
Vine
ignlit
iguut
ncta
Rocket
Chsco
Freya
Pelican
Pelican
Tsnkuba
1'cllcan
Tlconderoga.
Lan. Witch..
Ganuct
Alaska
Lan. Witch..
COMMANDER.
Ad von Stackelbnrg
Ad von Stackclburg
Commander Zlrzon
Vll Orlcbar
A DCalcord ,..
Von Illppcl
FRDlckcn
FRDIcken
NM Alura
FRDIckci
Com. Shufcldt
Capt. Edlefsen'.....
Capt. K G Burke...
Capt. (I Brown
Capt. Edlefsen
7
IS
4
ych
a
G
A
10
6
II
ych
i.
12
Japan. ...
Hllo
AcaDulco.
Victoria, nc'
iiiio
Panama.,
Victoria, nc
ivauai
San Fran..
Hawaii
Kobe, Jap.
San Frau..
Panama....
Samoa
Hllo
April 17
May ..4
May.. 6
Iune..
June.14
July.. I
July.. 7
Auc.34
AUg..K
Sent. 14
Oct...2f.
Oct. ..51
Nov. .21
Nov.. 13
Nov.. 21
IllSTINATlON
Manl
Janan
Japan
victor a. n o
Tahiti
kWns
Hawaii
Yokohama
Tahiti
Han Fran
Hilo
San Fran
San Fran
Tahiti
No. 10. Pasaengcr Statistics. Arrivals aad Departures, Fort
of Honolnln.
$ 17..MX) Rl
35,S!I!J 09
8V,CJI Z!
4.4,.,,J ,TJ
45,81111
18,152 01
14,8tt 31
.,588 79
10,344 50
21,814 8C
S8,KW 75
rnr.4U7
45,191 03
33,374 00
0,814 14
25,039 64
SK.590 01
17,'Ji'J lr.
21,141 27
13,272 59
28,870 03
31.468 81
18.31- 7
21,038 02
27,621-13
16,997 44
14,129 41
67,939 81
15,487 111
60,485 Ol
23,5.11 88
21,163 97
M.Wi 64
31,124 II
12,672 68
37,639 1)9
49,141 99
16,731 20
48.10U UI
SOfl.) 51
14,375 38
47.974 01
74,232 20
23.416 OU
34,065 05
39.417 70
22,411 79
,IW ST
14.53S 76
54,116 48
13,598 62
113,431 46
4.1.K.V) 58
11,190 10
13,631 13
47.4.M 43
i.H'W G!
38,5.10 1H
25,511 73
21,198 U
81,021 14
W,24.l 74
17.477 49
16,8U1 II
!Sl,trl7 95
64,163 M
41,871 16
33,991 at
21,361 31
20,157 ri)
57,663 87
18,683 57
21,541 22
31,986 61
63.311 l9
4I--J 18
1AM3 Wi
76,11X1 78
2:l,4ii:t 18
t'i.719 28
79.16 31
43,010 in
I0JH5 47
88,963 66
37,511 0
VU1XKHE.
From To From To
XrjtkCS fe te 3
FJ10X AND TO I" c 3 ft 3
& t? I S" 1 f
: 3 i 3 j ? j ?
Sail Francisco 1596 155 1015 "80 246 3 94 5
Oregon and Washington Territory 16 1 a 4 I,
Victoria, B. C 7
Chlnamnd Japan 2I9U CO 528 1
Australia and New Zealand 104 15 75
Islands and Porta In the North and South Pacific... 758 103 53 7
Atlantic Ports . 3
European Ports 7 ,
Western Island ." 190 133
Totals 2680 408 1203 W 2443 63 15 j
.3665
Total arrivals for the year '. 5593
Total departures for the year 1938
Excess of arrivals
Fasseagers la Traaslta.
From Australia and New Zealand, bound to San Francisco,.
From ban Francisco, bound to Australia and New Zealand,,.
From Han Francisco, bound 10 Hongkong
. 691
. 4
No, ll.-I.Ut of Hawaiian Registered Vessels.
MERCHANTMEN, WHALERS, AND TRADERS.
Htgitter. Clan. Name. Ton. Utgitter, Vtatt. Name. Tom.
149 new Schr Giovanni Aplanl. BB 93.95 193 uew Bilgn Morm Bird 130 69.W1
150 new Bark Kale 867 73.95 193 new Bark Kalakaua 4 89.15
IMnew Bark Matllc Macleay.. 31 65.95 203 new Bark Llllu 701 71.95
164 new Brlgn Pomare 330 45.95 30Q new Bark Hawaii 417 68.05
168 new Brig Julia M Avery.... 178 11.95 311 new Scbr Kaliina M 4I.P5
173 new Brig Ellsc. 312 77.95 217 new Bark Starlight 636 03,85
175 ntw Bark lolanl 921 76.96
COASTERS.
Xegtittr.
Clan,
1 70 new
inn new
174 new
171 old
156 new
127 new
169 new
158 new
130 new
131 new
69 new
161 new
68 now
lis new
177 new
179 new
180 pew
139 new
41 new
183 new
803 new
143 new
155 new
143 new
117 new
Schr
Schr
schr
Kchr
Schr
Schr
Schr
Hchr
Kchr
Schr
Sloop
Hchr
Kchr
Hchr
Himr
Schr
Schr
Schr
Scbr
SI nop
.Sloop
Hchr
Kchr
Schr
Schr
Name.
Kulamami
Nettie Merrill..
Cat Ap Long...
Mannokawai.,.
Kckauluobt ...
Marion, ,
Kate ,
KaMol ,
Keonl Ana....,
Pauahl ,
Watlele ,..,
Kaplolanl ,
Prir.ce
Warwick......
Likelike
Leahl
Watlele
Jenny .........
Rob Roy
Kulamauu...!.
Has Hawaii...
Kaulkt
Mile Morris,,.
llllama
Klnau
Tom.
96 84.95
158 77.91
48 Bo.un
51 43.95
53 89.05
105 49,95
83 04.96
154 16.05
20 43.95
111 38.95
15 8H.II5
10 78,65
85 41.95
23 29.95
396 58.95
1(11 24.00
75 85,95
63 01,95
23 38.95
8 21,95
0 12,95
7 84.95
22 32.05
78 .95
41 59.95
KigUttr.
183 new
183 new
186 new
87 new
188 new
189 new
III) new
191 new
195 new
196 new
197 new
199 new
2ii0 new
201 new
vtuftnew
307 new
new
209 new
215 new
310 new
218 pew
219 new
213 new
320 new
221 new
Clan,
Schr
Schr
Hchr
Hchr
Schr
Scbr
Htmr
Schr
Htmr
Htmr
Hchr
Htmr
Hebr
Stmr
Schr
Htmr
Hchr
Hchr
Schr
Hcbr
Htmr
Schr
Sloop
Schr
Schr
Name.
Italeakala
Mary K Foster..
Wainle ,
Haunanl
Walehu ,,
Pali
Kllauca llou
Walmaln
Walmanalo
Mnkolll
Llbollho
Kaplolanl (Tug)..
l,OKR
Leh'ia...,,,
Mokuo la
JainesMakee,...
Ma 00
Gen Hclgr!.,.,.,.
Kaulkraoull
Jennie Walker,.
u 11 lusiiiip...,.,
Mana, .,,,,
Sarah...., ,.
Josephine..,., ,,
Julia
Tom.
tld 73.90
116 0(1.95
5 Ml.Sft
120 24.03
60 37.93
95 08.98
371 10.93
M97.96
48 81.05
US 18.93
129 33.9(1
3IS4.H
iec.it
217 tl.W
17 10.98
144 15.95
139 65.93
Wl 12.96
I39 70.M
137 80.03
381 38.95
107 IO.Dd
S 21. S3
BKH.ltt
187 89.9(1
Barks
Brigs
Schooners.,
No.
Tom
RESUME OF HAWAIIAN VESSELS.
Clou.
(361 84.23
490 H.9S
323IT8.96
Brlgantlnes...
Hicamers,,,.,,
Sloops ,
Total number, 83. Tons,
Increase from 1871) ,
,.10,148 90.96
.. HI 91.95!
W.
Tom,
861 lt.93
1781 IS.tai
iM.IJB
No. 5.-TaVle of Principal DessesUe KxpoHs, Pert ofHiaelala. slasmtasj the Oeaatry U wklca lUyerte.
For Mmlm or
a MKHIKASLK IMVKaTMKaT.-Ttse Well
f. known premise of tha undersigned, situate un
King tlrret, together wllh (he furniture, etc., of tha
same. If desired. Thehouw haa 14 rooms, la In good
order, and 1 well-f urulshed throughout, thus giving an
excelleul opportunity to parties desirous of continuing
its long-cttabltahed baslutst. For further particular
apply to 13 tf THOS. A. THRUM.
' Lb- Oalls. Lbs. Lbs. Tons 111. Lbs. I KJM Ooa't I Calf tU' I Lb,( r,ec" tb' B"i ,b'- "ull- Sh'.Vp
Sugar. Molasses Rice. Corle Salt Pol Fungus naa. Sknt Skins I'ulu, Wool lildciK Tallow. Leaves. W'bon Hum W.OII Skin
PaclC Porta, V. H 64,417.003 "" Sfia 8,431,740 W,232 7777." lili tljm S 13,038 381,116 W.9J5 19,160 333 10,977,.,... I4.6M 3,188
British Columbia f. 'i'n, "Voiii ' " "" 'iu'ia ' ' ' .'.!
Australia and New Zea and 1.4 , 19,138 , , WJOB ,,,, .,.,. .j
Island! in N. and 8. Pacific . itn . lw 'H ' ' "
Chins 300 ...., .,, 8,008,,, 14,801 ,.., , ...1.... t .'
XoUU 63.437.973 HM, 6,469,810 99,508 IIH 30 140119,144 31,013 0 UMA mflU W.945 i.IM .n MM I I.MS .)
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Flsg.
Amerlcsn
Hrlllsk...
Hawaiian
Urrsoan.
Cblae.,
Sweden.
Jalalt...
asiate.
Ne. 11,-Arriwala ef Priaaiaal Merchant Vessels at Meaelala.
Itlands
rcTIc"
Porta
U. S,
lAtlantc
Port
U. S,
No!
Tout NoTn.
!
11
...,
.r4
i.' .
"bw!
3,071
ToUU..lMT,7
Hi!
XuVT
and N
Zealand.
No
Tons
L56
.7871
3,071
British
Uola'ba
Tna
UtM
Chin
Great
Britain,
N01
3B1 5i3,610 ti,m '
Tns
719
Jl
3,138
I, sat
w.o
inNAH
Paclse
Nol
Tua,
3,715
IVlM
Tu.
981
I.IWH
157
3H)
UAI
Germ's
forts.
NolTons
Tot).
Nol
Ton.
147 98,401
86 31.301
II 4.114
9 3,
3 JW7
2 6-78
I 157
T 1
1M,1
Flag.
American
British...
Hawaiian
Merman.,
Cklseso.,
Swedes. .
aUUUs.,
TUU..
rSlle
port
V. Bute,
To.
Ton
u7.!Ma
18,718
.5
7W
l.
Wa,w
fsserehast Vessels
RTiUsT
Australia
ana
N. Zul'd
Ho,:
Ton
tl.l
tOk!
.....
?,.
.,...,
l!l,UTI
Columbia
No.
ITos
2.91
1,891
Manila.
No.
Ton
IM
ltU;t
ItMHi
Chi
v-
Maao.'
IM..
raciac
No.
Ton
IJVI1
347
HfM
No.
3
16
Too
W
Total.
1
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