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Benson, Smith & Co.,, ltd.
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LATEST QUOTATIONS 8M SUBIB.
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Sn 3rsncsco X.trket 2Cade Tliree Ad
vances, in XcalJi of.
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- SAX.,FRANCI$0, July 21.
Our. .Aostralla was
tfated Jane 26.
SUGAR. Prices in tlie local market
were advanced July 3d and "5th. aad
asaln July ISth, for California, Oresoa
and Washington. Latest prices as follows:
Dominos. half bbls, 6.45; boxes,
SfiQ. Cabes lA), crushed and fiae
crushed, 20; powdered, 5M; candy
granHlated, SM; dry granulated, fine,
5.19; dry granulated, coarse. 5.70; confectioners
A, 5.70; JiaiioHa A. 5J5;
extra C, 5.29; golden G.-5.10. Similar
advances were made for export, the
price today for Xevada, Idaho, Alaska
and the Hawaiian Islands beln 5.45
for dry granulated.
Basis: June 26th, no sales; 27th.
cost and freight sale 700 at 4 11-15;
2Sth, no sales; 29th, to arrive sale 6.000
tons, 4 3-4; 30th, no sales; July 2d,
spot saI6 S50 tons, 4 3-4; July 5th, to
arrive sale 300 tons, 4 3-4; no sales until
July 9th, cost and freight sale 300
tons at 4.7C; no sales untnil 13th, to
arrive sale GOO tons, 4 16th, cost
and freight sale, 200 tons, 4.S25! no
sales until 20th, to arrive sale 1700 tons
at 1 7-S; cost and freight sale 300 tons
at 4.S9; July 21st, COO tons at 4 7-S;
July 22d, no sales, making basis thnt
date for 9G centrifugals in New York
4 7-S; San Francisco, 4 1-2.
New York Refined: Changes from
June 26th until July 3d, advanced to
6.76, July lUh to 5.S5, ICth to 5.95, equal
to 5.S3 net, since which no change reported.
London Beets: June 27th, II 1-2;
2Sth to 30th, 11-3; July 2d, 11-2;
3d, 11-3; 5th to 6th, 11-5 VI 7th to
3th, 11-4; 10th. 11-G; 11th, 11-5;
12th to 13th, 14th to 10th, 11-7;
17th to ISth, 11-9; 19th, 11-10; 20th.
12; 21st to 23d, 12-1.
London Cable: July 19th, quotes
Java No. 15 D. S., 13-9; fair refining,
12-9; same date last year, 12-G anil 11-6
respectively. August Beets 11-9 as
against 10-7 last year.
Stocks- Willett & Gray report. July
19th. total stock United States four
ports, in all hands, estimated July IS,
146,023 tons against 2SJ.5S7 tons same
time last year; six principal ports of
Cuba, 21,000 tons against 51.000 tons
last year; total stock jn all principal
countries by cable, 19th, at latest uneven
dates,' 1,002,023 tons, against
tons; deficiency undner last
year, 340,057 tons. Total sugar crops
of the world, estimated grand total,
cane and beet sugar, to July 19th, S,-321,733
tons, against 7.992.0G2 tonS;
increase in the world's pro
duction, S2J,671 tons.
Eastern anCi foreign Markets: The
Eastern market the past month has
been strong and advancing, owing to
shortage of supplies of cane sugar, necessitating
large purchases of beet sugars
in Europe, which market has been
correspondingly strong and advancing,
but refiners generally have confined
their attention to sugars available during
the next few weeks. The new crop,
however, has not participated very
much lu the movement, the favorable
crop reports being responsible for lower
quotations. Czarnikow's Weekly
Price Current under date of London
July 5. reports August. Beet at 11-3
to il-6, while they quote October-December
at 9-7. Reports from Louisiana
are very favorable, and if this
weather continues for the next month
or until Louisiana cane and Java sugars
come to the market, the middle or
latter part of September.
COFFEE Our present stock
in warehouse today is 2532
bags. Jobbers are well supplied and
there Is no demand, although quite a
number of sales have been made at
fair figures during the past month. We
quote today for fancy, 15(0'17; prime.
13015; good 1112.
.RICE Hawaiian: There is about 100
bags on hand, but as it is held above
market prices no sales have been made.
Louisiana Small stock, in fair demand.
We quote from 3 to G, according
Japan Imported in fair demand.
Price today, 4.95, GO days, duty paid.
Domestic rice from Japan seed, 3vt3
451, with a light stock on hand.
Runaway Boy Heard From.
Harry Chilton, son of the Fort street
barber, has been heard from by his
parents. Harry ran away to Manila
with the Twenty-second Infantry last
September. He expects to return home
shortly, finding Manila a pretty tough
place. The lad. who is but 17 years of
age, Jias been employed in the canteen
of the regime rt.
YON BULOW ilOLDS
0? KWANG SU!S PLEA.
BERLIN. J U 24. Count, Von Bu-low,
Ministi ti Foreign Affairs, made
reply to-day u. se appeal of the Emperor
of China ft.- German mediation
between tl mwu ; and the Chinese
Government. In snk Jance, "Count von
Bulow said ho wrri.i not submit the
telegram from th? lcl;in? Government
so long as the fate cf the legations and
other foreigners fn Peking was not
ascertained, and cs long as the Chinese
Government had nv.t atoned for the
murder of the Gercn Minister to Peking.
Baron von Ktteler, giving guarantees
that in the future its conduct
will be In harmony . ita. inteniation.il
law and the usages
BRITISH TRIBUTE TO "
General Dorwari, tha English Commander
at Tientsin, Commends
TIENTSIN. July K via Chefoo, July
24. General reward, the British
commander, has tat to the American
commander a Istt.T, in which he says:
"I desire to the high
of the British troops of the
honor done thtta in serving alongsa.!'
of their comrades In the American
army, and of the high honor accorded
me In bavin? them under my command.
1 blame layself for the mistake
made la taklag their position by Ue
NLath Resimfcat, not that
troops fresh to the scene of action and
faurried forward la the extUemst o
attack were likely to Jos their
Still, the- posit'oa they took and gallantly
stuck to all day ondoaatedly
prevented a large body of the enemy
fxxnn torafo the Tight of the attacking
foroe and inflicting serksxs loss oa ths
General Donrard also expressed Ms
ympai&y with the Americans- fn ih
loss f Cokinel Liscnni, comniasder of
the regiment, asd Captain DaTis of
the ifarine Corps. He commended
Lieatesant Butler 2nd Lieutenant
Leonard of the Marine Corps and
Lieatessnt Lawton of the regiment,
and praised Lieutenant-Colonel Cool-Wg
for his skillfnl management of t&e
Chinese from the walled city denb
a reisa of terror Inaugurated by the
Boxers before the city felL The Boxers
kilted all Chinese who had been in
the rmptoy of Europeans, holding a
daily inquisition. They decapitated
even those suspected of friendship for
foreigners or of adopting foreign customs.
The mere wearing of narrow
sleeves was deemed an offense,
the deatfc of the offender and hie
confiscation of his property. It is now
that the regular troops anl
the are hostile to one another,
the troops being enraged becan the
Boxes drew them into a disastrous
MAIL TO-COME FROM
AMERICAN PORTS ONLY.
Such Is an Order Just Promulgated
and in Effect August
Hereafter all mail for the Hawaiian
Islands must be forwarded exclusively
from San Francisco or other American
port for dispatch. This shuts oat tha
British vessel and the dispatch of
mail from Vancouver and other British
North American ports. Postal Inspector
Fliqt has just received orders to
this effect, as follows:
Office of Gen. Superintendent R. JL S.
Washington. D. C. July 17, 1900
(General Order No. 479.) It is hereby
ordered that, commencing August I.
proximo, that all mails for the Hawaiian
Islands shall be forwarded exclusively
to San Francisco, Cal.. or other
American ports, for dispatch, and that
the piesent practice of dispatching said
maiib via Vancouver, B. C, bo discon
tinued. Mails for Hawaii specially address
d via Vancouver will be foi warded-without
reference to such special
address, a3 see
address, as Sec. 102S Postal Laws and
Regulations does not apply to mails or
domestic origin and destination.
JAJJES E. WHIT13.
Cominff Here in October
Whoop Things Up.
The Sbrinera' excursion to Hawaii in
Octolier under the auspices of Ldani
Temple A. A. O. O. T. M. S. is fully
arranged. The Zealantlin is being refitted
throughout for the accommodation
of the excursionists and will be in
such a fine condition that the most
fastidious of the Hhriners will be content.
The sale of tickets on the
has been limited to 233, which
range in price from $J0 to $150 according
to location of the room.
At Hilo aud Honolulu tho entertainment
will be on those princely lines for
which the Shriners are noted niul will
constitutea round of luialloyed delight.
Various islands in the group will bo
visited and wherever the United States
flag iloats it will be saluted. The
whethec natives or settlers,
will, without much diiliculty, be convinced
that the Shriuers are strictly in
it. On the trip there will be issued a
newspaper which will give u full and
correct record of the events of the
The following committees have
charge of the excursion:
General Committee R. P. Hurlbut,
Transportation John D. Spreckels.
C. S. Benedict, John M. Curtis.
Entertainment J. Harry Scott, 11.
D. Loveland, J. A. Marsh.
Festival George F. Neal, Thomas
Morton, William Pierce.
J. II. Goldman, is the secretary of all
CALLS ON" THE EXECUTIVE.
Governor Dole Compelled to Hold
An Impromptu Levee.
Professor W. C. Stubbs, head of the
Louisiana Experimental Station anfl
president of the Audubon Sugar School
at New Orleans, called on Governor
Dole yesterday. He was accompanied
by Dr. AValter Maxwell, who is an old
pupil ana associate of Dr. Stubbs In
the development of the sugar interest
Dr. Stubbs presented his credentials
as representative of the Department of
Agriculture ,of the United States and
had a valuable, instructive and most
cordial conference with the Governor,
who has always taken the liveliest sort
(of interst in the agricultural develop
ment of the Islands. ,
While this conference was in progress.
Judge Estee called, but, finding
the Governor engaged, ho went awtiy
and returned during the afternoon, and
the two highest officials of the Government
had a protracted and pleasant
The four Hawaiian delegates to the
Republican National Convention,
which met In Philadelphia, cal let 1 on.
the Governor yesterday morning to pay
their respects. They were cordially received
and spent a very pleasant hour,
the delegates relating thir experiences
at the convention and in going to and
returning thence. They assured the
Governor that the nominations of Mc-Kinley
and .Roosevelt were the best
possible that could be made and that
in their judgment the ticket was sure
to be elected.
It Saved His Baby.
"My baby was terribly "sick with the
diarrhoea, we were unable to cure him
with the doctor's assistance, and as a
last resort we tried Chamberlain's Colic,
Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy,"
says Mr. J. H. Doafc. of AVilliams, Or.
'I am happy to say it gave Immediate
relef and a complete cure." For sale
y all dealers and" druggists. Benson,
Smith & Co.. general agents, Hawaiian
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Pnblisliing Co. Ltd.
WILL i- UHZTTSK
Up to Date Binding,
First Glass Job Work
of ill kinds
at ihort nolle
Y Stock Books
Having succeeded to the old
established" business of the
late Bohert Grieve, it will be
our aim. to uphold the reputation
so long held by him for
first class work in every
department of the printing
office, while our increased facilities
enable us to fill orders
at much shorter notice than
CHAINLESS at $75.00; 65.00 and 60.00. . , f
CHAIN at 50.00. 45.00. A0:00, 35.00. 25iW).
Acetylene Gas Lamps
LIBRARY 9.00. LANTERNS 4.00. BICYCLE 3.50
DASH 4.00. CARRLV6 E 15.00 pr.
All these'things and lots more interesting
bicycle department o
E. 0 HALL k S
items, at the
Limited, King Street
GRIMW00D, RICHARDSON & CO.
MECHANICAL, ELECTRICAL ENGINEERS,
PARKE A- LACY CO..
PELTON WATER WIIEEL CO.,
H. N. COOK BELTING CO.
WHITTIER, COBURN CO. Lubricating Oils, Grease.
- and Paints. ' . -
BYRON JACKSON MACHINE WORKS, Whirlpool
Centrifugal Pumps. K
CALIFORNIA ANTI-CALORIC CO.
Anti-Caloric Pipe andBoilor Plaster.
Anti-Caloric Boiler Blocks,
Anti-Caloric Coverinir. '
PACIFIC AMMONIA & CHEMICAL CO.
JUDSON DYNAMITE & POWDER CO.
MEESE & GOTTFRIED CO. LINDE ICE MACHINE.
NEW SUMMER GOODS.
in Elegant Line of Ties, Shirts, Pajamas, Silk and
Crepes, Kimonos, Etc., Etc.
A Large Stock oi Ladies', .Bents' and .Children's STRAW
NATS on hand.
King Street, Below Castle & Cooke's.
DR. W. J. GALBRAITH.
Office and Residence:
Corner Beret.vnia and Alakea Sts.
OFFICE to 10 a. 3t, 2 to
4 p. m, and 7 to 8 p. M.
SUJS'DA YSV to 10 a. ji., 7 to 8. p. .ji
DAVIS & GEAR.
Attorneys and Counsellors at Law.
Rooms 202, 203 302, Judd Bldg.
Co. Fort ami .Merchant Sts., Honolulu.
GEO. t. DSVI?. GEO. D. GEAR.
FREDERICK W. HANKEY.
Corporation and Maritime Law,
COIM'OHT AND MERCHANT STS,
Honolulu. H. T. P. O. Box 315.
Watchmaker &. Jeweler,
no. 8 king st. near nutjand
P. 0. Box 1020.
fl. Harrison pll Go. Ltd
Kawaiabao Street, Kewalu.
MILL WQM HULL ITS BBINGHES.
Telephone White 121 t : P. O.Box 552.
Orders Solicits! Prompt Service.
Wen Bmjiny a JJTteel
andAlicays be Rigid.
HONOLULU BIKE CO.
Creat Bargains in Real Estate
1. Business lot on Fort at; corner
lot; about S000 square feet
2. Fine house and lot; 100x100;
3. One lot, McCullr tract; 15x150:
4. Two lots, Kavralahao sL; 50x100.
5. House and 3 lots at Katulanl tract.
C. Four lots, Waikikl addition, near
Camp McKlnlcy; 50x10j each.
7. Nine-year lease, with 2 houses;
S. House and lot, Hanlwal st,
9. Ten-year lease and 2 houses;
10. Four lots. Kallhi. near King st;
11. Three lots near Diamond Head;
12. House and lot. with stables; 53r
133; Upper Punchbowl.
13. House and lot. Queen st; 50x100.
14. Ten-year lease, with 2 cottages
and store doing good business; COxlOO.
15. One share TValmea Hui land.
1C. Eleven and a half years' lease,
with 3 cottages, grapes and other
17. Beautiful lot on Fort st, between
School and Vineyard sts.
IS. Lot 100x110, with 2 new cottages.
19. Two lots, Waikikl road; 50x100
20. Five lots, Peach road, near tha
21. Two acres land at Kallhi. with 2
houses; beautiful coantry residence.
22. House and lot, Hanlwal st, X-walo:
23. Lot on Fort st extention.
2L Lot corner Wilder are. and
25. Lot S0x27S, King st, near
2S. Three lots at Kallhi? 20x95.
7. Fifteen acres land above Kalnlinl
tract; ju3t the land for country residences.
For farther partlcalars apply to
Silva & ta,
Opfoit Pott Oti-93