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THE PACIFIC CQ3QEi:CIAL, ADVERTISER: HONOLULU, JANUARY 30, 1895,
TRADE MATTERS GENERALLY. General Depression in the Eastern and Foreign Sugar Markets. BKKT 81GAK CAL'SEI LOTT PKICK3. Ocnuijaad Otbr Kuropn Countries TTlll Make Determined 8tmrl for Mor Trd A Cluuc for an id-- ! Sals Cuban loftrt. gAU Francisco, Jan. 18. Sugar. Price of refined in this market con tinued unchanged until the 14th Inst., when the Western Sugar Refining Company reduced the list Jc. per pound fox the local market, making prices as follows: Cube, crushed and powdered, 5 3-8c ; dry granulated, 44c; confectioners' A., 4c; magnolia A, 41c.; extra C, 4jc; golden C, 3Jc; D sugar, 3c. Prices for export, how ever, continue unchanged on the basis of 4c. for granulated. The refinery has "not yel started up and will not until sufficient raw material arrives from the Islands. They have still a large stock of refined on hand. Basis. Declined December 22J to 2 7-8c.net; (spot sales of 300 bags at 3Jc); 29th, declined to 21c. net (spot sales of 2500 bags at 3c). Since then there has been no change, but the fol lowing sales have been reported in New York at 3c : January 2d, to ar rive; 1500 bags; 3d, spot, 4000 bagfi; 4th, to arrive, 350 tons: 7th, to arrive, 700 tons; 8tb, spot, 450 bags; 14th, spot, 1300 bags; 16th, spot, 1000 bags. Eastern and Foreign Markets. The general depression In sugar has con tinued during the month and the con dition of the markets of the world re main about the same as advised the past few months. Prices In this country have still fur ther declined, while the market for European beets has fluctuated be tween 8s 6d and 8a 9d, price for 88 test f . o. b. Hamburg. At the close there seems to be a little stronger feeling in New York regarding the future, and also an improvement in London. It is not expected that prices can advance much,, but there is a hoaiihUr tnnft and holders lookfora larcer demand and more buslnessJ There has been no Eastern mall for two days, and its arrival Is Indefinite, owing to blockades on the railroads. Our latest mall advices from New York, of the 11th inst.. state that, ow ing to an apparent firmness in the European market, the situation In New York has 'strengthened some what. Importers feel that their cal- eolations upon an increasing demand ior raws are Justified by recent devel th mora so that buvers . have shown a desire to keep their Eurchases secret, and there is strong ope, if values do not Improve, they rmvMrortAfnlv nearlv touched bottom for the present. The course of raws lor tne next montu or w uepouua mainly upon tne aemana lorreuaeu anH nn thA nrlcfl of beet. Should the expected and natural call at this sea son come from distributors of refined, and beet remain steady, there Is rea son to look for some slight improve mpnt in nrima. bji stocks in this coun try and Cuba are but slightly In ex- cess, II at ail larger, man iae game The chief cause of cheaper sugar . A. throughout tne worm ior tne past tea years is owing to the European beet mmr countries. Thev have succeed ed in making cane countries sell their nroductions very low. but thus far have obtained little increased trade with the United States. It Is now Avicient. however, that Euro De is going to make a determined struggle for more of this trade, it is neces sary for Germany and other countries to kwn tin the agricultural industry and to do this, strong efforts are being made to increase tne export Douniy. London cable January 11th quotes Java No. 15 D. S. lis., fair refining 9s. First marks German granulated 10s. 4d. f.o.b. Hamburg, equal to $3 52 net cash delivered New York duty paid. The manufacture of granulated is still on the increase on the continent, and much of the crop which formerly came to the United Kingdom in the form of raw sugar now comes in the refined condition. First marks granu lated have become an attractive me dium for speculation, and at the above quotation f.o.b. Hamburg, they are relatively cheaper than first product of raw beets. According to Willett & Gray's latest statistical or January 10th, total stock of sugar in four ports of the United States was 156,772 tons against 96.9C9 tons last year. Six principal ports of Cuba 23,000 tons against 65,000 tons lust year. Total stock In all the prin cipal countries 1,759,372 tons against 1,502.426 tons same time last year. An oats to the United States from all countries estimated at 50,000 tons against 60,000 tons last year. These 'include 1000 tons beet sugars from Hamburg and Bremen. The total foreign sugar supplies of the United States during the year 1894 was 1,804,866 tons composed as fel lows: Cuba 1,005,761, Porto Rico 31,402, Demerara 45,957, British West Indies 122,557. other West Indies 45,337, Brazil 87,646, East Indies 135, 94, Europe 164,320, Sandwich Islands 150.845, and other countries 15,137. The entire stock of sugar in this country at the beginning of 1895 was 328,469 tons, and this quantity, to gether with what can confidently be expected to receive during the year, will be 1,973,000 tons, or nearly suffi cient for the entire consumption of the year. The sugars in this estimate naturally find their way to the United States, and if they are crowded out by the surplus beGt crops of Europe, now estimated at 1,000,000 tons, it will be on account of competition of low prices during the entire campaign. Our latest telegram from New York of today quotes: Cuba centrifugals, 96 test, ex ship, wharf or store, 3c. per lb.; granulated, 3.81 net; raws steady; t ,i t.Af ur tpL Jannarv. 8s. 9d. f. o. b. London market steady, and looks like an advance within a few days. German granulated, 3Jc. per lb. c. f. I. to Atlantic U. S. ports. Es timates of the European beet crop and cane crops unchanged; harvesting of Cuba crop is delayed. Trust certifi catescommon 901, preferred 91$. It la reported mat our uunciumcm, 1 an nrtra rtntv of 1-lOC T&T lb. on all sugars imported from Span ish colonies or territory. We are not Informed when this takes effect, but, if confirmed, ougnt to auvance m hoeutn that extent on sales of Cuba in Vom Vnrt. An moat of the suits rs refined In Hongkong are oii- Finally imported irom bibuujh h also expected that this extra duty will be assessed on all importations of n,nnlr.n Tttffnfvl- Rhnnld this in- terpretation of the law be decided, correct, importers state that they will not be able to compete wimwur re fineries and will be obliged to stop im portations. , , Rice. Hawaiian : Stock is very light and in the hands of one import er, .f rice 44c net caau, uu win uui, probably go higher at present, as hold- vmiiavBa that a further advance would but invite further importation from Japan. , . Tanan. T?intft. 2250 bSCTS. ODOt value, 3Jc. net, duty paid, but offerings are made to arrive, $3.55, duty paid. Tonnwnn- a full mirpo has been re- cently imported, but is not offered as yet. It win prooaoiy "a; Mexican: Receipts, 2000 bags, all sold at 3c, duty paid. Kona Coffee. We quote price, ac cording to quality, from 18c. to 20c., with sales of 100 bags at the latter fig ure Flour. Golden Gate, Ex. Family, $3.40; El Dorado, $2.40 per bbl., f.o.b.; Crown, 53.3a per ddi., i.o.o. Bran. Fine, $11.50; coarse, $12.50 per ton. f.o.b. MIddllnirs. Ordinary, $16; choice, $17 per ton, f o.b. ."'TT'- Barley. No. 1 eea, per cu., f.o.b. ; ground or rolled, $18 per ton, f.o.b. , . (3$1.25 per ctl., f.o.b. vvneat. boci2ojc.i uiuuug, 97ic, per ctL, f.o.b. Corn. email yeiiow, i.ovi.o-j per ctl., f.o.b. : Hay. Wheat, compressed, $12; Oat, compressed, none. Large bales, wheat, $13; oat, $12. 9m m L Lime. $1 per ddi., i.o.d. Charters. Only a moderate busi ness since ours or uecemoer -ist, l unchanged rates, but at this writing shippers consider themselves well sup plied with tonnage and we doubt if 27s. 6L, future orders, net, can be ob tained unless ior a email carrier, ui fe rings of wheat continue limited and as a consequence the price is still above shipping parity. Last transac- tion, iron, a large earner, zjo. du., su ture order, net. Last wooden, 23s. 9d. Liverpool, with merchandise clause. Rain has continued throughout the State and in such quantities that noods are feared. Lumber freights firm and tonnage scarce. We quote Valparaiso, xuiure order, 42s, 6d.; Sydney, 32s. 6d. to Sos.; Melbourne, Adelaide or Port Perie, 42s. 6d. Exchange. London, CO days sight, $4.88J$4.88; Sight, $4.89J. New York, Regular, 15c; Telegraphic, 171c. In the Circuit Court of the First Circuit. IN BANKRUPTCY. IN THK MATTER OF TSE ESTATE of C. L. Brito of Honolulu, Oahu, a Bunkmpt. Creditors of the said Bankrupt are hereby notified to eome in and prove their debts before the Circuit Court of the Fir 't Circuit in the Courtroom of this C jurt, at Honolulu, Oahu, on FRIDAY, the bth day of February, 189a, between the hours of ten o'clock in the forenoon and noon of said day, and elect an Assignee, or Assignees, of the said Bankrupt's Estate. Bv the Court GEO. LUC AR, 3905-6t Clerk. POWELL'S BALSAM OF ANISEED (VILL CURE YOUR COUGH A THK WORLD OVKR, THE RXCOO- N1ZKD OOUUU ESMBDT. IU lasnN throaxhoai Ihm wcrid lmdlcU lu IxmU- 20.000 C2XHZHST8 SU It. Tbof who bar set already glrB it a trtal hoald do so at one. la palace end cotUg allko, Poweir Balaam of Aniseed la tne old and aaezcelled COUGH REMEDY. Ita lare aale taroochoat the whole ciTllized world proclalma lta treat worth. Looaeaa the phlegm Imaaediately. Nlfht coach quickly relieved. See trade mark aa aaere ea each wrapper. See the worda "Thomae Powell. Black friara Road. London," on the eoTeroaaeat atanp, Refaielmltatlona. Satabllahed 1924. Sqoattera and farmers when orderinr their atorea ahoald not emit thla tlme-heaeared ceaxh remedy. FOR A COUGH POWELL'S BALSAM OF AN1SBKD. KOR ASTHMA, INFLUENZA, etc Sold by chemimvand atorekeepere throorheat the AaatralUn. New Zealand and Cape Coloalea. Settles la. lftd. and Sa. 3d. A rent a for Honolulu. Hollister Drug Co.f Ltd, US5-201 Keep your friends abroad posted on Hawaiian affairs. Send them copies of the Adtbrtisbb or GazsTnE v. 5 via M rs . Isa Ennis, The restoring- and invigorating' pro perties of Hood's Sarsaparilla, com bined with its power to vitalize and enrich the blood, render it peculiarly adapted for all troubles peculiar to women, that tired feeling, or debility, caused by change of season, climate or life. Many weak women have found in Hood's Sarsa parilla just the blood purifying and vitalizing properties so much needed at the critical time of life. It invig orates the system and all the organs to healthy action and endows the body with renewed vigor and perfect health. Such was the experience of Mrs. Isa Griggs, whose letter follows : " Ennis, Texas, Sept. 22, 1834. " C. I. Hood & Co., Lowell, Mass. : . 44 Dear Sirs: I feel it is courtesy due to you to state what Hood's Sarsaparilla has done for me. About fifteen years ago, Hood s parilla Ctures local troubles, which developed into a serious affection, caused me much pain. I suffered almost death; was unconscious for hours at different times. Every doc tor with whom I treated Cave Me Morphine as of course I had to have some relief in order to live. I underwent a surgical operation, hoping my weakness would be Hood's Pills cure nausea, sick headache, indigestion, biliousness. Sold by all druggists. HOBJRON DRUG COMPANY, Wholesale Agents. 1 SIGN I PEACE fPTTR WAH between Ja lHHi HAH panand china is still on, although active work in the field has been sus pended until spring. Through my agents, I made arrangements before war was declared for an immense stock of goods to be shipped as I re- ?uired, consequently I can af ord to sell at the same low figure. Ex Bentala received a con signment of goods comprising all the latest and freshest de signs in Dress Goods, Scarfs, Morning Gowns for ladies and gents, Silk Kimonos, Smoking Jackets, Silk Pajamas, Japa nese and China Ware, Screens, Portieres, Lamp Shades, etc. The latest thing in Lacquer Ware, is the Cherog Lacquer made up in handsome designs which cannot help to please the most fastidious. t3p"Remember, I have the leading store for first-class Japanese Goods. DAI NIPPON, HOTEL STREET, ARINGT0N BLOCK. MRS. J. P. P. COLLACO, Proprietress. Japanese Bamboo Store iJASONtC TEMPLE, ALAKEA STREET. Wih to call your specUl attention to thtir excellent stock of Bamboo Ware ! and wish to call your attention to their exceedingly low prices on a few of their leading articles Chinese Hats on t-tands as woik bas kets 75 cents and np ; Writing Desks with or without mirro-s $10 and up; Maic Racks $3.50; Fern S'ands $1 and np; Everything and anything in rtamboo Ware. 4CCTDoat fail to patronize us and savrt money. . S5J5 tf Cri qq.s. Texas. overcome and the use of morphine dis continued, but it was not so decreed. I broke out with boils from the punctures and some of the places had proud flesh in them for a month or so. Last winter I commenced to have those risings again. I was taking eight punctures a day, a total of one and one-halt grains of morphine. Last June I Began to Take Hood's Sarsaparilla. I have taken over seven bottles of the medicine and also several boxes of Hood's Pills. When I com menced taking Hood's Sarsaparilla I weighed only 112 pounds. Now I weigh over 125 pounds and am in better health than for the past fifteen years. I am now approaching 50 years of age. Formerly I was covered with eruptfons ; now my skin is clear of them. I can truly say Hood's Sarsaparilla has no equal for poor run down women. I am well known here in Ennis, and am a native of Texas. Every one who has not seen me for a long time remarks about How Well I Am Looking. I had a severe attack of the grip last win ter. I continued to take Hood's Sarsapa rilla, and with benefit. Whenever I find my health giving way I shall resort to Hood's Sarsaparilla." Mrs. Isa Griggs. Hood's Pills are purely vegetable, care fully prepared from the best Ingredients. 25c Arrived by the Alameda And added to our large and selected stock of Hardware ! Steel Garden Trowels,5J,6 and 7 inches, Hawaiian Flags 4J to 12 feet, Wostenholin Poc ket Knives, 150 dozen assorted; Stubs' Jewellers' Files, 109 dozen assorted; Door Mats, "Aloha" and plain, large as sortment; Brass Blacksmiths' Rules,Steel Blacksmiths'Rules, A FINE LINE OF RAZORS The bestlSwing Strops, Mixed White. Shellac, Hair and Horse Clippers, Hunning's Transmitters, L. D. Hand Telephones, Bull's Eye Dash Lanterns, Powder Loading Measures, Hammock Hooks, Paint Brushes, Patent Castors, Turn Buckles, etc., etc., etc. 1 0. HALL & Si Corner Fort and King Streets. BYAUTHOBITY. PROCLAMATION, EXECUTIVE BUILDING, Hosolvlu, H. I , January 7, 1895. The right of WRIT OF HABEAS CORPUS is hereby suspended and MARTIAL LAW is instituted and es tablished throughout the Island of Oahu, to continue until further notice, during ing "which time, however, the Courts will continue in session and conduct ordinary business as usual, except as aforesaid. By the Tresident : SANFORD B, DOLE, President of the Republic of Hawaii. J. A. KING, Minister of the Interior. NOTICE. Commencing January 30ih, 189, and continuing until farther notice, all liquor saloons will be allowed to remain open from 6 o'clock a. m. to 6 o'clock p. m. subject to such regulations as the Marshal may see fit to make for the sale of draught beer only. The sale of all other liq'tor is strictly prohibited and any violation of this will subject the saloon to be closed without further notice. The presence of any person under the influence of liquor upon any saloon pre mises will also be sufficient to cause such saloon to be immediately closed. E. G. HITCHCOCK, Marshal, Republic of Hawaii. 3905-tf NOTICE. All persons are hereby notified that they are strictly forbidden to use fire crackers, Chinese bombs, or any fire works whatever within the limits of Honolulu. E. G. HITCHCOCK, Marshal Republic of Hawaii. Honolulu, January 22d, 1895. 38S9-tf IIOTICE, Special Orders, No 26. The Military Commission now in ses sion in this city, convened by Special Orders No. 25, dated January 16, 1835, from these Headquarters will hold its sessions without regard to hours. By order of the Commander-in-Chief, JNO. H. SOPER, Adjutant-General. Adjutant-General's Office, Honolulu, January 19, 1895. 3897 tf General Headquarters, Republic 1 op Haw Adjutant-Gener al's V Office, Honolulu, Jan. 16, 1895.) General Orders, No. 16. The following named appointments are hereby announced for -the informa tion of the National Guard of Hawaii : WILLIAM AUSTIN WHITING, to be Colonel of the First Regiment, N. G. H with rank from January 16, 1895. WILLIAM A. KINNEY, Aide de-Camp General Staff, with rank of Captain, from January 16, 1895. W. G. ASHLEY, Quartermaster First Regiment, N. G. H., with rank of Captain, from January 11, 1895. W. E WALL, elected Second Lieutenant First Com pany Sharpshooters, with rank from November 12, 1894. By order of the Commander-in-Chief, JNO. H. SOPER, 1621 3393-tf Adjutant-General. General Headquarters, Republic! op Hawaii, Adjutant General's Office,) Honolulu, Island of Oahu, H. I., Jan uary 16, 1895. Special Order No. 25. Order for a Military Commission. A Military Commission is hereby ordered to meet at Honolulu, Island of Oahu, on Thursday, the 17th day of Jan nary, A. D , 1895, at 10 o'clock a. m., and thereafter from day to day for the trial of such prisoners as may be brought before it on the charges and specifica tions to be presented by the Judge Ad vocate. The Officer composing the Commis sion are: " 1. Colonel William Austin Whiting, First Regiment, N. G. H. 2. Lieutenant-Colonel J. H. fisher, First Regiment, N. G. II. 3. Captain C. W. Ziegler, Company F. N.G.H. 4. Captain J. M. Camara, Jr., Com pany C. N. G. H. 5. Captain J. W. Pratt, Adjutant, N. G. H. 6. Captain W. C. Wilder, Jr., Com pany D, N. G. H. 7. 1 int Lieutenant J. W. Jone, Com pany D, N. G. H. Captain William A. Kinney, Aide-de-Camp on General Staff, Judge Advo cate. Br order of the Commander-in-Chief. (Signed) JNO. H. SOPER, 3S93-ltf Adjutant-General. CASTLE I COQD LIMITED, Importers, Hardware and General Merchandise . There are a great many homes having zinc-lined bath tubs that are in good condition with this one exception: they lack the features of a por celain lining. How to over come this without going to the expense of getting a new tub, has been a question that has worried a great many. One pot ot our WHITE ENAMEL J? AINT will do the work, forming as it does a GLOSSY SURFACE, almost equal in hardness and durabil ity to that of porcelain itself, being at the same time hardly distinguishable from porcelain. Consult your physician and he will tell you by all means to paint your bath tub with Enamel Paint. The KEYSTONE EGG BEATERS are little gems. Try one If you want your eggs quickly and thoroughly beaten. We also call your special attention to our economical BAEREL and CYLINDER niT rrrTO ai T bnunno, wioy are esusy wutii- ers, have all sizes and prices. . We have a handy CLOTHES DRIER, having ten . arms made to fasten on the wall, when not in use by a simplo pull these arms fold up like a fan, thus taking up but little room. Remember we soil Standard Oil Cos PEARL OIL at $1.80 per case, C. 0. D., delivered to any part of the city tree. CASTLE & COOKE L'd IMPORTERS, Hardware nb General Merchant WATCH WILL BE MADS TO KKKP KXC2LLKHT TIMB IT LETT THREE WITH Farrer & Co., The Well-known and. Reliable Watohmakers, 413 FORT STREET, If satisfaction is not giyen, your money will be returned in lull. Island orders will receive prompt attention. 8856-y Head This ! IF YOU WANT A MOTIVE POWER, order a Bxoak Vapor or Pacoto Gas Exoixk; tbey are the best, e&feet and simplest in the world. J08. TINKER, Sole Aggnt. ET98end for catalogues. 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