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THA JAVA SUGAK.
TTurther VarUcuiar ikrgxruiaic
Cr f S S. MTesUneath.
Jkva
INVESTIGATING TRUSTS.
t
space the foUoTriog
knts were omitted from our Saa Fran-
b fetter ia publishing it :
letter received by- Mr. Clans
Sprecfcela from lus correspoauents at
Bataxia;
Jar yisar is sold by color alone,
aecordiag to the Dutch stan
dards. The usual range of numbers of
acrbdinary cargo are from 11-17 or
33-15. the -whole averaging 14, lo.
Ocr quotations are alwavs fbrXo. 14D.S.,
na in invoice an allowance of 9 per ceat
is made for each number under 14 and a
charge ot 4v per cent made for eacn
aumber above 14 D. S. The above
wage of numbers, Tfe are aware, is
forth TTnittvl Statos
arenison account or the very high rate
l olduty oa sugars higher thaa 2so. 13 ia
Jer. VVe mucu tear xna: mim
katioa ia vour tana takes place wo
ihannAbld to arrange any business
J importance withyoar good selves in
"Ia former years it was possible to
arrange shipments o: cargoes oi nrst
ranging from S to 12 or IS average
inio. to li Danae xauiu. strcues iuui
Ibave taken place ia the Improvement of
I sugar machinery nave prouuceu aimosx
m!rt?ftn in thf mannfcicitire of STtmr.
F&al now planters find it more profitable
confine themselves to masin? ine
fcbter nambers.
i Keport ot Appraiser Beck oa the
4AM. M& p
Tokt of Sax Fkaxcisco,
AmurEK's Office, J-
December 10, 1SSS. )
Collector of Customs, SaaJFrancisco
&Kt Referring to the cargo of sugar now
vfrn riti?haKd at Section 2o. 4 of the
seawall, ia this city, I beg to say that
samples are being takea as fast as the
packages are delivered oa the dock. The
samples, as far as takea, have been compared
with the "Dutch staadard," and
all are found to be uader 13. Ia the
-meantime, however. I was Informed that
Kthe entire cargo had been subjected to a
tjUiScoionnj: process, oy wiuw uw
osuermse nigu m wjv.. ku uwu
below the 13 standard. Ihis
Iformition I deemed of sufficient impor
tance to warrant me in. entermg into
ssra an. iavestisritioa ot the matter as
woold prove the correctness ot the charge.
I have siren the matter alt the attentioa
that the limited time given me for
would allow. I have submitted
samples to various chemists and experts,
bat have gamed but little mxormauoa ot
value iromaay of them except the information,
contained ia the report of Dr.
Bowie, which I herewith attach. The
spsalt of Dr Bowie's, scientific test leads
me to believe First, that the sugar m
uestloa has been artificially colored j
aecoad, that the sugar, before it was subjected
to the discoloring process, was ia
color 13 D S. third, if the sugar which
ia still ia tae vessel proves to be the same
turn the whole cargo as betweea 13 and
I" Dutch Standard.
Very respectfully,
Thus. Beck, IT. S. Appraiser.
Xetr York State Committee at Wort..
the State Senate Committee appointed
investigate trusts met ia ew York
ca Dec 15th to coatinue its hear
ths, t. inurcer tesuaeu tnat
; oer ceat of the toad number of whole-
2e srocers formed a combiaatfon a few
"months ago for the purpose of regulating
prices and making rules for carrying on
. the trade The articles considered by
theassociiboaso far were cocoa, sugar
and bakmg powders. The members
f agreed to sell only at certaia prices. -The
association made good progress in arranging
prices and insuring each other
against toss from bad debts, but aside
from that the association has not.
amounted to much. Thurber said that
sugar is handled now at a loss by all
" wholesale dealers, but they are compelled
to handle thus to accommodate
customers. The forces of competition
:the facility of production have reduced
prices ia the last ten years.
'-Is there anything to prevent the
Sugar Trust from advancing prices any
day?" asked Senator Arnold.
" Yes. because if the Sucar Trust ad-
.vaaced prices too high we should buy of
ie oatsile refiaenes.
'Tbea there are some refineries oat-
ideof the trusts
Yes, very e-,"said Thurber. "The
Freaneces outside ot the insar Irust
tcczli not supply enough for this market.
About tw of the refiners are in
lia? combination. The prices asked by
refaers in, and by those outside, the
rst are about the same."
John Staatoa, maaazer of three copper
pcmpaaiesv said the Lake Superior mines
Fcoduced about seventy-two mOlioa
Sinds of copper a year. Staatoa read
l agreemeat betweea the copper com-
Ipaaies here and the French syndicate,
rto the eHed that the entire output was
ftobesoldtoa syndicate for two years
! and eight month's. Similar asreemeats
f have been, made with about all the cop-
;r mining companies in. me country.
oaten. last year produced 73.00O.0Q0 1
pooncs o copper, ana Arizona
ii
Tlie "Women Did. It.
iseston ozspatcajK .uecamoer iua is
?s The muniapa election
was attended by excitement unequaled
jinreceat years, owme vJ the sectarian
agitatioa ever the composition of the
Committee. A heaw vote was
-"brought out, and, despite the rain, the
ladles in large numbers,demanded their
privilege to vote. The result cf the
JiavaraltY vote was: O'Bnea fD., 30.S4S.
Hart's majority, 1,312.
in 1SS7, in a totaLvote of 51,000, O'Brien.
dssafed Hart by 1,457. Mirror O'Brien
will retire December 31st. after havimr
I served four terms. There were a nani
tper arrests for ffTtT -voting. The
tae vote tor members ottbe
frgpol Committae is sot eompfefe, bat
wnpHi is K&owBto nadteatetaat nearly
'enure ksbziz vote has
in. cast, winch is Is 4
Presets tae ebre Tesaate vote I
(St beQte Itf o'cioHr in tho mtmm.
Theheadicf EfcattSi.aecr!nriJ ,
r . .. r . :
wi -me, mmi.
2tsr were ipweg is the mmmt
e at the
this was erer wntrt! luw !-
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MASOMIC INSTALLATION.
0cr or Mawattou l.oAjte, A. 1 A
M. from Ijibor to lftskHavnt.
Tlie officers cf Hawaiian Lodge Ko.
21, F. & A M., for tlie ensuing year
were iastalled Thursday evening. Past
Master W. F. Allea was Installing Officer,
assisted by rast Master J. A. Has-singer
as Marshal, and the full list of the
new incumbents is as follows, the first
five being elected and the remainder
appointed:
John Phillips, Y.M.
A. B. Scrimgeour. S. .
C. H. Mcoll, J.-.W .
AV. M. Giffard, Treasurer ;
T. C. Porter, Secretary ;
J. IL Sopor, Marshal;
F. B. Auerbach, S.J).
M. X. Sanders, J.D.
J. A. Fung, S.M.C.
M. Goldbers, J.M.C.
Benjamin Wlutaey, Tyler.
After the business of the eveaing the
Lodge with visiting brethrea adjourned
"from labor to refreshments," They
found ia the anteroom a sumptuous collation
upoa a table with tastefid decoration
of flowers. About the board there
sat the Wcrshipful Master, Joha Phillips,
presiding, supported oa the right bv
Past Masters Kobt. More and WM.
Graliam, on the left by Past Masters
Hassinger and Porter j Bros. P. 2eu
taaaa, jG. V. Merrill (TJ. S. Minister
Kesideat), Geo. C. Williams, J. II Soper,
C. H. Xicoli, J. A. King, John M. Aa
gus, A. M. Mellis Joha Farasworth, M.
ooldberg, M. N. Saaders aad A. B
Scrimgeour; Alfred T. DeCarterst, C. C.
McClure, and Wesley Bnruham,
foreign visitors; Malcolm Brown, Max
Eckart, Chas. Hammer, James Sherwood,
(Kev.) A. Mackintosh, F. B. Auer-bach
and B. Whitney. ,
Whea the dishes had been made
to look a little worried, Mr. Hassinger
loomed up as toast master,
and the following bill was duly honored
seriatim, the responses being made by
the gentlemen named:
The Grand Lodge Mr. Mackintosh.
His Majestv the King Mr.Xeumaan.
The W. M.'eiect Mr. Phillips.
The W. M. retiring Mr. Graham.
The S. W. elect Mr. Scrimgeour. k
The J. W. elect Mr. Xicoll.
Visiting Brethrea Messrs. Merrill aad
Carteret.
The Ladies Mr. Xetfiaana, who
hoped to see the ladies meet them at
some future like occasion, as had been
the case ia former times. The speaker
was frequently greeted with applause.
Past Masters of Hawaiian Lodge Mr.
Hassinger.
Our Secretary Mr. Porter, giving an
interesting historical resume of the development
of the Lodge, which he was
happy to report in a promising financial
condition.
The Poor and Distressed Brethren ia
every land Mr. Williams, who
happy reminiscences of former similar
gatherings that were brightened with
the presence of the fair sex.
Lodge le Progres de I'Oceanie Mr.
Sherwood.
Past Master More responded to Lis
health by singing "White Wings."
The Bichelwre Mr. Auerbacli.
Mr. McClure concluded the entertainment
with a song.
Immediately before the installation as
above tlie retiring Worshipful Master,
Mr. Graham, was preseated bv 3Ir.
oa behalf of the Lodge, with a
Past Master's jewel suitably inscribed,
the pleasant ceremony being accompanied
with appropriate remarks by the
bestower and the recipient.
An Apt rnpil.
Harry Grabe Manmant, the Govern-meat's
ward ia the art of engraviag in
Boston, has sent a specimen of his best
work. The subject is an elegant drawing-room
with all the accessories, supposed
to be ia the house of Mr. G. D. Gilman,
who has been taking a kindly interest in
the young Hawaiian. The "execution of
the picture is very fine, the details being
wrought with great delicacy. It is indeed
suggestive of the old-time steel engraving
ia the fineness of its lines, while
the drawing is very accurate in alignment
and perspective. Henry is taking
a course ia drawing. He actually enjoys
the north-east waiter, iastead of finding
it a trial after his balm v native clime.
Hpcrial 3Xoticcs.
Subscribers to the Vailt Adveetisek or
W ; t . k t , v GAzrrrE, who do not receive their
papers promptly by the carriers, are re
quested ro give immediate notice by telephone
or otherwise to the Gazette office,
telephone number S5.
MR. W F. ALLEN,
AS AS- OFFICE WITH 3IESSES, BISHOP k
CO coraer of lleichs&t Eiaidnina
stztets, xni he via be pfeuel to attend to isjr
ttcsisus ectrssttd to bin. 1-Ea
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THRUM'S ALMANAC.
.TO EXCELS THE HAWjULiS
1 itiiiatietf ssd. gcsczal tafun'iMen. reUttcs to
these IslmSjt. Price 0eetti; or mailed itrtsad
4.3caUxcIi.
THOS, G. THBCM. Pabliiter,
HosolaIa,H.I..
KING BROS.,
T3IEOETE2S JL5D DEAtEES EST AET GOODS,
-- Artist' 3Uiriils, oa PiiaKngs, local
artist?; Pto tosacis of lilnrrrt Setnrzy, Chrcicsj,
Oleojnpis, PiaieU. VTiier Coles, A!irez,
Elh aad Qcr Good. Etc, Efe. Inztu of
aay tad iTL Hi:ft isade to crfer. EigUdlcgard
wra?nrg old Sctna aai Itlmsz Frtes a
Eecultr. KE5GB20S
131 It Ecsalsis, H. L
furmished rooms.
STEAX XSVCOSLLT TCKS&&SD EOOHSCAX
- fee &ad hr as - fB6k at 5J. I j
GazssLiae,
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HAWAIIAN GAZSTTB, TUB8DAX
JTm 5lkrfttcwt,
JANUARY
1, 1889.
HOLIDAY GOODS! HOLIDAY GOODS !
: AT THE :
POPULAR MILLINERY HOUSE,
104 Fort Street, Honolulu, H. I.
ST. S. SAGHS, - - PJEtOPBIETOE.
Ye have just opened a Largo, Variety ot Ffcncy jSovelties, isalUMe for
CHRISTMAS & HEW YEAR'S PRESEKTS
Wliich wo will offer at BED EOCK PRICES !
PLUSH TOILET CASES, assorted colors, consisting or Comb, Brush
and Looking Glass, at $2.23 and upwards. o
PLUSH TOILET and MANICURE SETS COMBINED, allcoraplete at
$4.50 and upwards.
PLUSH GLOVE and HANDKERCHIEF BOXES, front $2.75 per Set
and upwards.
PLUSH COLLAR ami CUFF BOXES, at S1.23 per Set and upwards.
PLUSH JEWEL CASES, at $1.25 and upwards.
PLUSH MAXICURE SETS, at $1.23 and upwards.
PLUSH WHISK BROOM HOLDERSat $1.25 and upwards.
PLUSH PERFUME STANDS, at $2 and upwards-
"
SMOKERS7 OUT FIT, at $2,50 per Set. ,
PLUSH HANDIvERCHIEF and GLOVE BOXES, in Sets at $2. 75.
PLUSH WORK BOXES, all complete at $1.25 and upwards.
PLUSH HAND GLASSES,at 50 cents and upwards.
FTXE TOILET MIRRORS, in New Desigus aud Fancy Frames.
FANCY METAL MATCH SAFES and ORNAMENTS.
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Immense Assortment ef
Hand Sacliels, Fancy Pur and Tans.
XEW DESIGNS IX Fancy Flash XaUs Searfc m( TaUe Cavers.
CPXPLSTB ASSOKTireXT OF Silt amd liaaa Haadkerchlefe.
Fine Enibroidered Handkerchiefs, in white and colored,
White Initial Handkerchiefs, J dozen iu a box,
Gents' Fine Uuen Hdkfs, in fancy boxes, 1 doz in a box
Special Inducements for the Holidays Only !
Colored Border Ladies Handkerchiefs, a dozen.
Ladies' Balbriggan Hose, silk clocked, full liuisu, 25cts a pair,
Ladies' Chemises at 40cts' each,
Extra Fine Victoria Lawn, 10 yards in a piece, $1,
Fine Damask Liniu Towels, 5 for $1,
THESE PRICES ARE FOR
Ladies' Merino Yests only 40cts.
THE HOLIDAY SEASON ONLY.
CASTLE &d COOKE,
Would respectfully call renewed attention to their
LABGE STOCK OF STANDARD GOODS
Especially selected to meet the demands of
Planters, Sugar Mills and Mechanics!
Recent large arrivals enable us to fill orders with increased satisfaction,
and unremitting attention to the wants of our patrons and replenishing
stock from San Francisco, New York and England, to disappoint our customers
but very rarely. To catalogue our varied stock or properly describe
it would take an entire issue of the Gazette, supplement nd all
in fine print. Call and make your wants known. We specially woula
call attention to new supplies as follqws :
ASBESTOS FELT MIXTURE
Th bPANDARD pipe and boiler covering;
and Hair Felt.
Pearl, Palace and Vulcan Kerosene Oils!
A large stock at bottom prices.
FRANKLYN STOVE COAL in quantities" to suit.
Increased stocks and lines of Shelf Goods and Mechanics Tools,
Files, Planes, lESto.
A large line of AGATE WARE. A splendid "COOKING CROCK,"
a new invention which should be in every nice kitchen.
fa For the rest call and see for yourself !
wmBMsMSSEBBfc
l23S3m
At tlie old Stand. Ifo. 8 Kaahumanu Street,
TIN, COPPER AND SHEET IRON WORKER
Plumbing, in all its branches ;
Artesian "Wen Pipe, all sizes;
STOVES AND RANGES,
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Cccle Sam, Metiailio,KiefcaaoB, Tib Top, Palace, Flora, May, CkmtoBtZ Gnmi. Piit
N'ew Krral, Oper, Derfej, WreB,Ior, Gypsy Qsees, Paasey,fc AxmjKamgfuyfngnnOlim
ter.BBefc. Sgpertor, XagBfc Qcaoola, Ali4g .cliaee. Chartf Qk, 3fiwHg. Iawood M
L&anSry Stores, Galvasfafrd Iran aad Coy per Soften for Bnagog, GrMUto Ii Va
3flckel Plated aaa Plata;
Galvanized Iron "Water Pipe, all sizes,-
JJfD LAID 01T AT LOWEiT KATBi
Cast Iron aad Xead oilPip,
JLLL XISDS.
BGB9S& S3S AJfB OSJUNBS;
Tiff wi Vamr Tmnt : Ttrm Vrn Gorfwiarf Im, nf C9fyr,yiufTmi,
XmhI FBb W,Wtir (XetMt e b m4 1
l!IW"P
iXHJijwwm, iiw mm mmmtrmmmmmm
(ftciurrtl Imcrt'tffrincnts.
MeCtMMM ot Um Blood, SktB.Md BMlp, wb
Xom ot Hair, from tetMcy to oW fh mo omNtl y
uxneru iuoi,yrr, wo jjw'iHwa nimf, 0ou t Ohut Bmt Cnm tm j
ptK wm vauh ua munnm, urw'. IMhaartlMk.daMaiMiiMhw(l
-Trr: rrr : rr: Botm.a41Hmdna.iimiolrmii9iima41
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Qiticura
Xwa !
A PfSITTYE MRE
Jbr every form of
mm MR) BLOOD
DISEASE
TtlSIlGUKIXO HCMORg, HamUtatia
LHuowt Bor. and
Stlr. rimrlr. lafeulua. SerotnlOM.
STROM
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PIMPLES to SCROFULA
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Tukiu THl. .ul TWHmI. Tntttnaa Mdk, " , 1
m tai , miwwuy rcacroci y a itmm oaia
w)A OcncumA Saf m4 a tat aaattartk ot
Espie Cigaretes,
iw mw
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m rp. ncncricviuraoi.vK5T.tkrBJipm.
txtr MtxefcM ot IteMac mhI INwDintk of iliUMMi Hi lMnmfii
and SVTgPifc.Mi iihmt minwWlgtat Jkua
K (UIVA IMvUff JHBWKfrtJy i IMS WBMMM.
dHy, whh Uureo dowa ot OitkIti JUot.rsr, tipg;fcJi"iJM t
Hi .BaayMa.
Eoolp. wkoa aU otfcir Him nbtohrtrir tail. lw,adon,Cfcw"'.0''''o'
A MacslSeeHt relr Frk. cm tac SUa.
wkh KMTOTed ltw. hi mMwi aoouttho Ha. Parisnawt
H.TKT. Alo, ono huBdrwf ToMlmootak, bad, acv or aay
OBHiyiwore vo ocrora tae uniMa VMwui.iraKa laoMMatoa
noitJMoiv: I hare. ba a terriblo mMAmot W T
for pwtiww DhmtM ot tae Skkt aad Blood;
Mwetoa iMwil to atwa wWcthiii km
ot ay dfawrtag haatotf ; Mart aad tfc ooot joy.
Mtaae; aare fM JwmtrwtJ ot Moan, aad aM
bo ToMof aatitluced the CovKeaAJtanatBiBa.
fcl.ll kH waJ .. J lJ. l ft. . J .-. At
IkrMa VraUrHall
wh . uiilu nvt iMiik e Hiv vm ww aww ... w
MlaoalOM'lai a
ato MW aajjy alaa
Wavo BO"MaiB HMMMBa.
aator lalaoart or .a-
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Cuii'aomotooaaiaor feaii, Wa fea
rasawr or fruir.nmr ofe mo) of, mm; viikim
s, aWxw perooMM.
IUtvjjux Cossiexxw,
BoBtoa, Smitk Jt Co., HoseidH.
raSr.UttkKTTME
PeMor ltnK Jt"Coialiaio.,
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HAWAIIAN BUSINESS AGENCY:
Comer Fort & Xercfeafet Sts., HlmlM, Mxw'm Is1m4$.
GENERAL AGENTS, .
EXPERT ACCOUNTANTS AND COIiLECTOJiS, KEAIi ESTATE, F3B
AND MFE INSURANCE AGENTS,
LOAN AND EXCELVNGE BROKERS.
DEPARTMENTS OF BUSINESS:
Baks hhiI AccoHHts scenrately kept and properly iljatcd.
Collect Iohs will receive special attention and retBrns prosptly Bade.
1'OHVeynHclHjc n Specialty. Itecorda searched and correct Abstracts of Title fsraUanL.
Ieal OacBweutstt Papers of every description cirefellTdntrnondhaadiemeiycasrw.
CapyiHic nud TraHslnttHK lnall lasiraagM fa eeaeral uc In this Ktnsdoai.
Xenl Imitate bought and sold. Taxes p&ld and Property safely Insured.
Hohsm, t'ettnjre, Keoms, Oaiees hh Lawi leaeed and rented, snd rent collected.
Fire HHd Hfp iHSHrttHce effected la ant-das Insurance Companic.
I'HsteBt.flevtte KHiIuess transacted with accuracy and dispatch.
Lean SejcetlHtarf at I'averahle Kates.
AdvcrtlsiHeHt a art HbseriptleHS solicited for PnbUshers.
Ay Article purchased or sold on most favorable terms.
onlers wilt receive-, particular attention.
All Business entrusted to our care will tcc1t jrmp tiubd
faithful attention at moderate charge.
Having had an extensive haslness experience for over years In XewTorkClfj ai
eUetvhere.we feel competent to attend to all business of aa Intricate and complicated nature, or
requiring tact and discretion, and respectfully solicit a rrial. -
VST Bel" Telephone o. 274. HJLWAHAX BUfiXXM AMOtGT.
HOLLISTER & CO.
NEW GOODS I
Just to hand direct from Europe per
Gosnell'3 Stierry ToothPaste, Goenell's Tooth Brushes,
Toilet Powder, Gosnell's Cherry Btossom Perfume.
Jewsbury &"Brown's Tooth Paste, ,
Pinaud's Huile Antieue,
v- Pinatid'e Pkilitite,
y
Pinaud's Hohgroise,
Floalihe;
Saunders' Tace Powder,
Liehig's Extract of Meat,
HaU's Pills;
Hwlad' Kai
DSaMt'PilI
Blanoard's THhi
Eastman's Pewdera.
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Apoliinarls Water, Frfedrichsdl Water, VJeiiy Water.
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Constantly on iind a full line of P?ixe
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from th largest nianiifiRcturx,s
United States and Hunrp.
AGENTS FOX
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- Lorillaii?cL5s TobaoeiDe!
Vanity Pair Tobaead and Ciarett.
STRAITOJf Jc ITO&M CHOAX,
MAMUFACTtmEltS OT
GIN&En ALE, SODA VATPR
LEMOKADE, OBEAJC SOBA
- VETG, ETC., jBTC '
mmwmm materials a StiKf y
HOLLISTER & CO.,
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