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HONOLULU, HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 17, L888.
PRICE 5 CENTS.
11 m ft
Z Except Sundays.
" , K'EVix, one year ..... 5
UA. 'foreign (in-
Invari:.biy i" Advance.
:W;:iAN GAZETTE CO.,
fiA Honolulu, II. I.
:OTS & COOKE,
, uJ lctrs lu Luiubr
tsiacf Kuilding Materials.
jt ;1T,ET, Honolulu.
Li street, Fish Market,
..j.vTTint! orders carefully attended
,v,-i iwaisiitd to vessels at short
Y'i-lrs of ail kinds supplied to
j, ALFRED HAG00N,
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:ornev at J-jaw,
ClbrcUct Street, Honolulu.
-.iCii.tel Building, adjoining General
l;igt umee. is-om
JOES T. WATERHOUSE,
Is;- rter aud Dt-aler in
JiM viueen Street, llonoluln. Itf
S. HACKFELD & CO.,
arid Commission Atrents
Cvt.F.ctiQutenSts., Uonolulu. Itf
On-site Wilder A Co.'s,
k't' to-tos Served with Tea, Coffee,
Wiltringtr Ale or Milk.
- rui 3 . ni. till 10 i. in.
. v. ;;A.':,
.Sparge, good vota
ger:unia ma kl..
t, llouol 111.
f MUTTON AND Vi:AI.
SanS, Pork, Etc.,
Wlaai. Shipping serTed or.
f IRON WORKS C
Sasar Mills, Coolers, Ilr
na ll Cast lugs,
htlu ' 1escrlption mr', .
"vuieu on me g' , t.
f;a"' v it,
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N - -AN,
THE CLUB HOUSE
Is the Best Restaurant in Honolulu.
First-class Coffee. Tea, Chocolate and Cocoa
at all hours.
Bili Meal, 25cts.
Which Includes a variety of food only
to be had here.
Koard by the Week, - - 84.50.
3 Civil and attentive waiters and first-class
cooks employed. Give us a trial.
l-3-3m C. CHUN IIEE, Prop.
The Liverpool and Lon
don and Globe
Assets S 40,000,000
Net Income 0,071,000
Claims laid 112.509,000
Takes Risks against Loss or Damage by Fire
on Buildings, Machinery, Sugar Mills, Dwellings
and Furniture, on the most favorable terms.
Bishop & Co.
B. LEVY & SON,
Importers, Wholesale Dealers and
In Foreign and Domestic
FRUITS AND PRODUCE.
We are prepared to fill orders of all kinds in
our line, and make a specialty in packing all
kinds of fruit for long distance markets.
Hawaiian Island patronage will receive special
628 and 530 Sansome St., San Francisco.
P. O. Box 1742,
E. L. MARSHALL, Honolulu,
118-Cm Agent for Hawaiian Islands.
Steam Candy Factory
:i3 A Iv E 13. Y .
Practical Confectioner, Pastry Cook and Baker,
Rich and Delicious Ice Cream made by Steam.
71 "R'otel Street.
Hackfeld, from London
iest Coir Matting,
;;m jr -i e at Lowest Frlces hy"&
r Tacfarlane & Co.
' ': FIRE OFFICE,
, . .nee effected upon every description of
r at current rates of premium.
Insured in 1885 327,333,700
ns arranged by the Local Agents, "d paid
,romptitude and liberality. The Jurisdic
f the Local Tribunals recognized.
r W. Macfarlane & Co.
Agents for Hawaiian Islands.
Has Removed His Manufacturing
From Nnannn St i
Thomas Block, King Street
reticular attontlOT Pld Is irj-lrli ?.
Walker & Eedward,
Contractors & Builders
Brick, Stone and Wooden Building
Jobbing Promptly Attended to,
76 KING STREET.
Bell Telephone No. 2.
P. O. Box 423.
Park Beach Hotel
Opposite Kapiolani Park, Waikiki.
Finest Bathing Place on the Islands.
Elegant Rooms, gas and water in each,
Extensive Grounds, well shaded;
The Table is supplied with the best
the market affords.
Billiard Room and Bowling Alley
Full information given to tourists as to the
best routes of travel, for scenery and curiosities;
also current rates for horse hire and guides on
the other islands.
Busses and carriages will be furnished at spe
cial rates for excursions. Busses and baggage
wagons will meet every steamer. Special rates
for permanent boarders. A wagonette will be
provided for the use of guests at special rates.
C. N. ARNOLD, Prop.
Paauhau Plantation, 1
Hawaii, March 9, 1888. (
Risdon Iron and Locomotive Works, San Fran
cisco. Gentlemen We have used two of your 30
cliaunbered Filter Presses this season. They
are convenient, easily handled and are working
entirely to our satisfaction. I can recommend
no improvement on them.
Very respectfully yours.
(signed) A. Moobk,
v Manager Paauhau Plantation.
These Presses are being carried in stock in
Honolulu and are sold at the very low prico
of 8G50.00 in Honolulu to meet the demand,
A consignment is now on the way.
Iliad on Iron & Loco. Works,
82 1234 2m San Francisco
81 IUNU STREET,
GL J. WALLER,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
8. N. CASTLE.
J. B. ATHERTON.
CASTLE & COOKE,
Shipping and Commission Merchants,
-ALSO, AGENTS FOR-
Grove Ranch Plantation,
R. Halstead's Plantation.
. A. H. Smith & Co., Eoloa, Kauai,
G. F. Blake's Steam Pumps.
Union Fire and Marine Insurance Co., of San Francisco.
Etna Fire Insurance Co, of Hartford.
The New England Mutual Life Insurance Co., of Boston.
D. Weeton's Patent Centrifugal Machines.
The New York and Honolulu Packet Line
The Merchants' Line, Honolulu and San Francisco.
Dr. Jayne & Sons Celebrated Medicines.
Wilcox & Gibbs, Eemington and Wheeler & Wilson
EX. BARK JAMES S. STONE,
-And Just Lauded
Galvanized Barb Wire,
Galvanized Cut Nails,
Galvanized Cat Spikes,
Galv. Clinch Boat Nails,
Iron Cat Nails (asst'd)
Horse Shoe Nails.
Second-hand Iron Safes.
Oak Lumber, Ash Lumber, "White Pine Lumber,
Walnut Lumber, Cases Matches, Oakum,
Pitch, Tar, Cotton Waste, Italian Packing,
Metalic Paint, Fire Clay, Marble Dnst.
"Downer's" Oil, "Belmontine" Oil, Lard Oil,
Gasoline, in Drums, (2-5 gallons in each) .
Plaster, Rosendale Cement, Portland Cement,
Dairy Salt, Bales Excelsior, Tubular Lanterns.
Straw Wrapping Paper, 20x30in., Grindstones,
Hair Mattresses, 40x25 lbs., Lamp Black,
Three-quarter Rubber Hose, S-ply, Ox Bows,
Franklin Stove Coal (in bulk and in casks),
Drain Pipe 3, 4, 6 and 8 inches.
Hand Carts, Baby Carriages, Bashes, Blinds, Doors, and Five Extension Top
Carriages the best ever consigned to tis and a First-class Carriage.
C. BREWER & CO.
WING WO CHAN
Suitable for Christmas and New Year's Presents
EX BARK VELOCITY, FROM CHINA, t--
EEED CHAIRS AND ROCKERS
Something new in Honolulu;
Extension "Veranda Chairs,
Ebony and Marble Diningroom Sets,
Matting in all variety and colors,
Silks, Satins and Pongee,
Silk Crepe, in all shades;
Mantel and Hearth Vases,
Best Oolong Tea, Choice Manila Cigars.
EE. E. Melntyre & Bro.,
MrOKTERS AND DEALERS IS
Groceries, Provisions and Feed
;2A;rr COilKIi FOHT ASD KING STREETS.
' Kew Goods received '. p-ct frcru iLs K&dfern States and '.Eurcpe. rerb Oalifern'a
Produce by every steamer. 1? otJn idi.hid:Jy attt: to, and GoodB delivered tOfctiy pnol tbe
city free of charge. Islaai crle- tc'i-wltf.. fatief guaranteed. PoatofSee Box No. 416
-Telephone No. n Ca?17
G. P. CASTLE.
Kohala Sugar Co.,
Haiku Sugar Co..
Papaikou Sugar Co.
in Flue Order.-
Barrel Shooks and Heads,
& Co, NUUANU ST.
Williams, Diamond & Co.'s Circular, per
Sugar. Prices of refined have de
clined since our last report. There were
six changes in the price lists of our local
Refineries up to the 20th ultimo, leaving
prices on that date on the basis of 7aC
for granulated. .On the 30th ultimo both
Refineries made a reduction of c per
&. all round; again on the Slst ultimo
c.t and on the 1st instant Kc. On the
5th instant the California Refinery re
duced prices again ic. per tt. The
American Refinery have not followed
this reduction, however, and prices of
principal grades are quoted to-day as
Ex. (J 5-c.
Gol. C 5c.
J). Gran 6Xc
Kx. U 5c.
Gol. C 5c.
Until recently the New York market
has been above the parity of our market,
consequently preventing any business in
shipments very far Eastt With the
above decline, we are now below the
parity of the Eastern markets. Buyera
exhibit considerable caution in purchas
ing even at the decline.
The Pacific Coast Sugar Company of
Alvarado has commenced marketing its
product, and same is selling readily at
c. below Refinery prices.
The Refinery at Watsonville is also
working full force, and sending raw sugar
to this market daily. The outlook for
these Refineries, at present prices, is
The Cuba basis, for delivery of Island
sugar under contract, declined to '624c.
for 9G test on the 15th ultimo, and 6c. on
the 19th. Yesterday we were advised of
a sale of Cubas in New York 95 test at
6VqC. on the 2d instant, but same has not
yet been confirmed by the Refinery.
Since our last report, the New York
market has ruled dull. Our latest mail
advices of the 27th ultimo state that
refiners are indifferent, and appear to be
sufficiently well supplied for their cur
rent requirements. In consequence,
values have ruled easier.
The marketing of the Louisiana crop
offers a new source of supply, and checks
the consumption of Eastern refined, the
Brazil crop for forward delivery at prices
below present values also has a weaken
ing tendency, and the effect of the beet
crop upon European markets is being
closely watched. Under these circum
stances buyers of both raw and refined
sugar are inclined to operate cautiously.
Holders of raws, however, still show a
firm attitude. Nominal quotations are
5c. for 89 test Muscovadoes, and 6c.
for 96 test Centrifugals. Very little stock
is left in Cuba for export.
New crop Demerara is being offered
for November shipment at 3Xc, cost
and freight for 9G test Centrifugals.
Under date of October 25th, Mess.
Willet and Hamlin state that it is quite
apparent that the consumption of sugar
in the world during the past six months
was in excess of the production of the
same time and that consuming countries, -particularly
the United States, are de
pendent upon new crop supplies much
earlier this year than for many years,
and as far as known, the new crop esti
mates for the coming twelve montb.9 are
almost an absolute guarantee of a higher
range of prices during most of that time.
. . i n..i ' ; ,
Total siocks in aii.ine- principal coun
tries October 25th was 411,205 tons
against 513,659 tons at same time last
year. Stocks at four ports U . K. lor the
week ending October 27th, 3,500 tons
under the previous week, or 152,929 tbna
against 174,089 tons last year. Receipts
13,500 tons ; deliveries 17,000 tans.
On the 20th ult. London beets 88 test
were quoted at 14-3 and since that date
the fluctuations in the market have been
as follows: 22d 14-1, 23d 14-3, 26th
13-1, 27th 13-, 31st 12-10, lstinst. 12
6, 3d 12-7K, and 5th 12-9.
Our latest telegraphic advices from
New York of yesterday quote value of
( Cuba Centrifs. 96 test at 6Jc. Market
unsettled, future doubtful. European
and Foreign Markets strong again. All
crop estimates unchanged. Refined in
New York has declined to the basis of
7c. for granulated.
Rice Sales have been made at 4jc.
60 days. Chances favor an advancing
market as stock is concentrated.
Floub G. G. Ex. Fam. $5.00 per bbl.
f. o. b.; El Dorado, $4.00; Crown, $4.95.
Barley No. 1 Feed 85 and 87 per
ctl. f. o. b. ; gro. or rolled $18.75 per ton
f . o. b.
Oats Good feed $1.25 per ctl. f.o.b.
Bran $18.50 per ton.
Wheat $1.55 (feed), choice milling
$1.70 per ctl. f.o.b.
Hay Wheat comp. $15.50; oat $14.50-; ,
large bales of wheat $16.50 $17 ; large
bales of oat $15.
Lime $1.40 and $1.50 per bbl. f.o.b.
CliARTERs Since our last, transac
tions have been on a liberal scale with
iron tonnage closed at 4 orders and
wood at corresponding reduction. . At
this writing considerable tonnage is due
and with quiet advices from England
we quote the market as fairly steady at
Exchange- London 60 days $4.84.
N. Y. sight 12c. premium.
To sail soon tor Honolulu, iNovemDer
6th bknte. S. N. Castle; 8th, bktne.
Discovery ; 9th, bgtne. W. G. Irwin.
San Francisco, Nov 6, 1888.
For Corsets and Under Wear go to
Sachs' store. There's where you will find
what you want.
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