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ARMSTRONG, SHELDON 6t Co,,
( 1 Cl IM.M) .4 TO NTIKL PlCK,)
PIONEER LIMBER DEALER,
UNIOM LUMKF.lt VARD.
Cner laHIoau aad Dam Strut. iol . lii Hwltt Strfti
Siar I'iiie, Kw1tu Tine. WLito CVtlar.
AD, all kind' of Eaiidioj' Materials constantly on hand.
Paper and Stationery Warehouse.
JOHN G. HODGE & Co.,
W0OLUAL Wit At KM IS
iTlTIIIVCKI'. DUXK COOKS.
Cliarlrs I.. Nlickney,
MustarJ, Mustard Oil and Pepper Saueo!
Near I'.Oinrt'-o Hr-rt.
fechoui ltoS. Fas ISwiaS. ,Iirj. 1 .Ui.WkUOQS,
W.appir.f Paprr, etc, etc
laMtrr JlcrtbaoU rlied at Lowe! jlarlet lUtes.
418 ANI 2 Ciai' UTRKCT,
663 2m SAX FR A NCI SCO. CM I-
JAMES C-IOOTG- & Co.
Shipping and Commission
425 i UOXT STREET. CORNER J CKSOX.
KAN rilANCI.-CU. Cli.ia. aJO-ly
FOREIGN DRY GOODS!
Especial Attention given to
ORDERS FOR HONOLULU XARKET.
206 and 208 Battery Street,
The lira I Kfiardr far Pnriiyivjc the
Blood, Strengthening Nerves, Resuming the Lost
rair3 hamburu tea.
fl la the best preservative iot almost any ickncs, if smU
tisoeiy. Composed of berba only, R can be given safety to
fawaaU. Fall directions io English, French, Spanish, mud Ger
snaa, with every p-tckage. TKTIT!
far sal at ail the various wholesale and reUU drag atores
CHLL 1'RESE. Wholesale Drug-gist,
Sole Agent, 4 IO Clay ateet,
(31 ly San Franciaco.
XX. j. Boors, a so. IV. Pkcscott. iuvuo M. Scott.
H. J. Booth & Co's
UNION IRON AND BRASS FOUNDRY,
(The First Established ia the Suite)
CORNER FIRST AND MISSION STREETS,
Janion, Green & Rhodes,
Vlrfrlx, Vanroiifrr'n Inland.
S. B. Particular attention paid tocoosriujetiLS of sandwich
Victoria, V. I., January 1. J-3. WS-ly
CI3 CLAY STllF.nr, .sax ki:axcisco.
.iii;mc is is i s ii r: it ,
DIRECT IMPORTER OF FOREIGN AND AMERICAN
rvr usic !
MUSIC A NO IN'STIilCTION HOOKS,
Maicul Iii-trunirnt, String, A c, A c.
Sole A pent for
STFJ.XWJY & SO.VS IMTfOT ACCtlFF. PIIXOS.
CAIMIAKT .V JIITDIIAJI'S
CHURCH & PARLOR ORGANS, MELOUDJNS, &a
M A RTI N'N C UITA It,
OILMASS 1UIASS IXSTJU'JIL'MS
fur Military Bands.
A ahare of the patronage of the reaideota ot Iloi.olalu and
viciuiiy r-i-cifiilly aollcsled.
iiull.ifucliun in all coses is 'j.aruntetd.
Tho. J. PurLTutKa, Wit. 31. Rrsott, II. C. lxw.xic.
San Francisco, California.
Wholesale Grocery Auction House!
ESTABLISHED IX 1 850.
SalrTwm, Fireproof IlrlcU Unildlnv. o.
JiOl and 200 Calif ornin Mrrrl, i vro iloor.
SALE DA Yd..... Tcbsdatji axd Fkidats
CAlll). I7 Cn It Ad rn ma le on Merclmn
diae to our cntKiiinent for public or private sale, and all
mercantile fitcililiea reiylered ojiuinor.
Uefcr by penniasioa
Mea4n. C. L. Ricbabos k Co
O. P. Jl'DD, ................ ..
Sieaara. Macopb4t & Cu. .........
Kalkscb. liELL & I'o
JIUHHA.I, l?TOS i CO.... ..,
L!C'K40, UlWOLF Co...,
Bask or BaiTua Colcmbia... .......
Tlie Ccioii of lSninii Amer
ica lo tlie I'll i led Slater.
'J 'lie following are the jTincipal tt-Ieranis re-fT-ivfl
from W'a.-hiiiston rejrnnlin: tlie -c?ln or
wile of Kus.'-hn Amrri-i :
M.K n .".l. Tin I'n-iMrnt Iiai iniinitiifnt'(l
to the Sprite :i tr-aty with Kui:i, Jy wln'ili tl;e
Litter fiirrenK-rs t tle Uniuil .States iter exv
ereinty over nil Ku;fisin Aineiwn :in.l the mlpi
ceiit ii:nl-, iiithnliii a. tri of four l.imlidl
niilex, l.wii the eo:ih-r. almost cxelmling IJiitis'i j
America fr m the l'atific Ocean. JJritif-h dij.lu
mates nix highly ext itel.
The c-ontiriental l!nain ff Ilu.-ian Amerieii ;
lFr-i tlie Nt-ir Vork E.i r, Ftb. 20.
Strong Iilat .Isalnst It From thf Low fliurth
U'.m.s tterjrv and Laltv failed lpB to Di-
t nt nnfc lii-h tiiorrb lunoixtions ud oiel- j
tir!, Unini.'ii Lisitts. luff iie,M etf., on j
tiie riaininaio!i T-Mt Forbiildru 1 lie " 1'iiufl-!
;lfs of tlie RrurulJi!l)u, ta be Maintained.
BISHOP EAST lit KN S LETTIJJ.
Ti the HJilor cf the Christian Witness :
I Ix'g i-ennihsion to make
The London I'ost of March 28d kivs the t-toek
market in Paris is almost in a r-tate of runic.
French securities are oflcnil at raj 'idly lejrtvia
ting rates. Tlie ioic is atti i'utitl to the revnt
dis-usHn f foix-in all'.iirs in the French Ciiam
U4rs and the secret treaties, jiul lilicl yestenlay,
iionvccn l'ru-ia aii'I Uie Nutliern states ot Ut
nianv, hv which l'ru.-sia extends her A'ontiers to
the Alj, wielding the lull military foive of fifty
millions of Germans.
The London AVir s;iys tlie situation is deci
dedly precarious. The uMicatiou of tlie treaties.
mization of the armv.
cmj;ent, the npiiear.incc of ! excites rreat
IIev. and Dor iriit
ust of vour laier, for tlie iuiriK-e of
oriole tiie u-ry and congregations ot this Iho- ! coup leu witli the leur
i-ese tne foIlowiiiLr dcuii;ent. the nrnear.ince of ! excites rreat alarm
Four regiments of chasseurs, who garrisn the
fortress, have attemptoi to revolt.
In the North German Parliament, llerr Von
15rinpcn asked liisinarek whether there is any
truth in the rumor of nootiati'ns letween llol
latxi and France, for the cess'un of Luxemhurg,
and whether lrussi:i will withstand any attempt
to sever Luxemburg from the rest of Germany.
UringsenV motion declares, alo that all rtic
would be uiiiuhI in Riving their utmost nwcrful
8iitport to prevent the separation of the ancient
Duchy from Germany.
The rumor is prevalent in Vienna tliat prelim-
iin alliance have oeen ajrreei uiku
between PrusMa and Austria.
..Oiaiuum. t "III . . .
comj.i ie- o.-,. ..., wiinrc mucs ; tne imiikis win , which has, for the reasons here mentioned bv the i Pmus, April 1. The Great Exposition was for- i 1 "e resignation ot fount alewski was eausea
probabiy in icac this to 4(o,M0. Iho Ln;ted j UL,lMip 0f Wtu-ru -New York, been unexpectedly mally uiiened t.vnlav. The ecremorios wen bril- j 1' the V'rovalof the army organization p-o-
.btatcsistoiay ) ,.)M(hn goldattoelis:iry i delavwl. I lx.'g to call attention to the iuijKirtant liant. Many Amerk-an citizens were present. 't as originally prop. sed. He would not brow
I leiriimnt withm ten m"..t! after 'the exchange fact that thc twenty-ei-ht ri-naturc apix-odcl to ; The -rounds are in a -.eat state oi cnfion. at the minority in the Legislature ChainlHT,
of ratjh.-ati .i.s 1 he u.iist exchanged before , this Dcelarntion nre those or I.ishoj who hold i Not one-tenth of the nls !iave !wn onened and 1 and strove to net with perfect imjwrtiality a its
June t.t!, or the treaty fails. . varioi: f.,-. l.;.,t;.-.il nr.." .l.-trhtil views, mnl I r,-..r.sl rh ,,,wi,-.n n..irti,..nt in. President.
- '. -,v. v n a - - y - - I !, ' -a l .1 UIV l m-via ' v a i nv " Mll V All I
Chicago, April 2. Thc Tril.unc pay the ln-
sian treaty ban been ltr sjme time in proeess of
negotiation. On Monday last the Ilussian Min
ister told ix-ward that the Kmiieror had Iire ted
him not to f-ign. S-ward ofiered a quarter of a
ndllion more, to lejuMin gld. On Friday even
ing a disjiatch w;w received from t!ie Kniperor
to accept thc proposition. Thc j trice paid is
seven and a quarter millions- There was much
difficulty in getting clear of tlie .claims of the
fur company. The treaty gives an absolute
title. hie purpose of the treaty is declared to lie
to strengthen, if possible, the g.td understanding
Ivctween Itusia and the United States. The
ltoundary liegins on tlie coast at 51 4iY, extends
inland for ten marine league northward to longi
tude 141 ,on the meridian t the )le, and s-jutii,
through iVJiring Straits, t Western Inland and
the Aleutian chain, to the lie 'inning. The fishe
ries are more valuable than those of the Atlantic
who have nccrthelcss felt themselves enstr.iineJ
to unite in o:ie iMmmciu statement in regard to
jiractiees, which they have felt to be a deplorable
injury to our beloved and honored Communion.
And I cannot but affectionately express the hope,
that, impieed by this unanimity of feeling on
the jart of so lar-e a number of the Chief Min
isters of our Church, those of our dear brethren
in the ministry who have practiced any of thec
innovations on our usages will Fee it fit to discon
tinue them to adhere to that ancient simplicity
which is so in harmony with our Liturgy, Arti
cles and Offices, and in the exercise of w hich we
have hitherto, by thc divine blessing, enjoyed so
large a measure of prosperity, and have been
growing, from year to year, in thc respect and
confidence f the people of this country. It is
also our earnest trust and prayer, tluit the laity
of our Diocese will do their inirt in discountenane-
ing inc novel tit nere conuemneu, aim in main
di.oatisfactiou with j
lm-aterof oar public worship by which it has
ever been distinguished.
I am faithfully yours,
lloston, Feb. 19, 1807.
ARIXB LOCOMOTIVE AND STATION'
Quartz Crushing and Amalgamating Machinery,
Mill Irons, and
Coatings of every description made to order.
Turning and Finishingt
Kxecnted Uh Dispatch.
STEAM BOILERS AND ENGINES,
Cunatanlly OA band and tot tale.
. SUGAR MILLS AND MACHINERY.
rCHTICJL OR HORIZONTAL. ROLLERS,
rjCUVM PJX3, CENTRIFUGAL DRIERS,
COS DENS EES,
Strainers and Coolers,
Elevators, Try Pans.
And an kind of
SUGAR MAKING MACHINERY
Made a speciality.
w. s. Altaic. s. e. naaaMLL, jobtx m c back as.
ALDRICII, MERRILL & Co.,
-V uctionc o m ,
L0I and 206 California Street,
ALSO, AOKSTS OF TUB
San Francisco and Honolulu Packets.
Particular attrition rivra lo th aal and pare hue of B3r
HUMlha, abipa kwataea, aapi4ing whaleatdpa, negXiaUD
XT AU fmlrt arrlrlar at Saa Francisco, by or to the Ilo
ajoiul Lto of racketa, will be forirar Jed raaa or couuialus.
JOT Fiaekaaio oa Iloaoiala bought and aotd. UJh
Alaaar. C. L Rr hakim A Co..... ....... ........Honolulu
- II llAcavaLo Co
O Baawaa 4 Col....
Hia.r A Co... "
Vr. R. W. Wauav
lion. R. II. Aiaas,:
1 C. WAraaaAi, Msq
McCraken, Merrill & Co.,
FORWARD INC AND
HAVING I5EEX EXU.lCKDIX OUR PRC
sent busioesa fur upwards of seven years, and being
located ia a fire proof brick liaiMin, we are prepHrvd to receive
and dispose of Islaml staples, such as tfti;ar,Uice,S.Ynii, Pulu,
Coffee, Ac, to advantage. Consijriiments e-cilly stiliciied
for the Oregon market, to which pcrsuntil atteulion will be paid,
and upon wtlch caab advances will be made when required.
8a Faixcisco Kikekbxcks:
Badger A Liodeuberger, Jas. Patrick A Co.,
Fred. I ken, W. T. Coleman & Co.,
Steven, Baker A Co.
Alien A Lewis. Ladd A Tiltoo. Leonard A Green.
Walker, Alkrn A Co., tS. Savide.
cosist, and the territory is the most valuable fur '. timing that Scriptural, simple and lVotestant
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I'yui "ii nit; v.iiuineiii. i ue oj.iiiioii is ii.ai
there will be no trouble with Foreign Powers.
The Russian treaty was telegraphed to St. Pe
tersburg at a cost of j'J,o(.M, ami it i.s said the
formal uent of the Czar has been received.
General Hal leek's opinion in rcirard to the rriee
to In tuiiil lor lli tcrrit.irv &viii4 tr lmvo intln. : TIIE DECLARATION
enc.-l thc decision of the Government. IU kfai.o, Jan. 10, l>. The Commission av
11IU '1 1- AlIil VAJI"IIS4" liHTUrieVt 11 llie VIO- ' J"'.'... t.. UKIIl nor. UUA.Ulllllll.'llf vlll IM IIIO
crnment in the acquisition of Kussiaii America i great distance between the dwelling places of its
was the ct of the telegram sent to llalleck j members, and their frequent absences from their
during the negotiations ar-king what would be a . homes, were not able, very sjteedily, to complete
....... i i.. i i.: . i.. i.. ..... tl.n ,.-..1-
...:n: T .ii J I Tf ,-oa K.. tv. r i : u . ... t"Sa l"g co
Cu.caw, April 8.-The Republican says Sum- ! nssembled at Detroit in December, that the com- i "?k
ner ailvotaW the Russian Treaty in a sWh of ! wittec resolvcl to ,,wtnono this publieation until . ' 'oJl"
, i i ,,. -,, i it i r i i.. 1 ciea.sin; tne wtiolc numher ot voters to SSI 000
two hours and n half, accomjianied witl, di;eu- j he remotest of our b.sliot might be heard from ; j The li0T,seholders Ml w ithout votes did not y
mcnts, ma, etc. Seward considers the rat.hea- but even at this date, it is suriwel that several , auJ (M)uM llot bocomc ( ualificJ. UlJ
tion certain to-morrow or Wednesday. It is , of tLcm have never received thc circular of the c.U.Ut.mt -.1,- , i tu oi i
claimcl that 32 Senators will surely vote for thc j committee. I di T fy, Z "V hTr' ""1
ratilieation-Frha1,smore. 3 As in the Colcnso Case," several of the ?hri" wt Wl.lj
Kaw York April 'J. The Times, World and bM.or object to this form of meeting an evil !
Herald have three columns each of communis- ! "hich thev-ifeej-ly deplore; but, not one of the t "', jr .JaJr a gigantic
tions. full of statistics about Russian Americ-a. ! M-hoi heard from ifas- cxr.ressed any svmuithv M??"1!:., hl8 rinion tho b,U WU,J ncter l"8
Iroin I'rolcssor IJiurd. I he Smithsonian Institute j with thc Ritualistic movement. The reverse is Lowe and otl
j complete. 1 acre is great
j Commissioner Ueckwith.
New York, April 2. A Dublin dispatch says
the tro tjts lbttnd three Fenians near the city ves-
teiday fully armed. They fired, killing one, and
' captured tlie notorious Maclure. Thc others es
j A dispatch from Cork rcjiorts that a fight oe
' curi-ed in the vicinity of that city that morning
: between the troojts and a band of Fenians. Sev
i eral rebels were made prisoners.
The Tribune's I ndon correspondence of March
! 10th says: The rumor is beginning to be be-
lieved that the Cueen w ill here-after exercise her
prerogative of clemency, and that no capital exe
cution will again be perniittci during her reign.
The Net aid's Constantinople correspondent savs
Turkey is concentrating its hosts of various liii
t tonalities in great force around Constantinople.
Russia is reinforcing its regiments and advancing
to the frontier line. The Turks are impressed
w ith the belief that the struggle is near at hand.
The Sultan's position will be maintained at the
cost of much blood, or the Crescent will be torn
from Europe and thc lialtie shore. The Viceroy
of Egypt hears himself more independently toward
the Sultan on thc approach of war.
In thc House of Commons, Disraeli made an
able and brilliant speech on thc proposed reform
pcheme. He said that, with a view to settling
the reform question, the Government proposed
household suffrage, w ith two years residential and
millions. Jle said that of 733 .IN Ml
Thc committee think it proper no longer to de
lay the publication.
A. Cleveland Ciwce, Secretary.
Whereas, At a meeting of the House of Rishops,
held in the city of New York, in the month of
For 8 si 1 c !
GEHMAJT E0ASDIXO HOUSE
CoMuopoIitau CoHcc Saloon,
tJT BOARD PER WEEK, ji. too 3m
JXTST RECEIVED !
W. WOOD, FE0M EUROPE,
.... A If D ....
8YBE17, FROM THE UNITED STATES.
jmiGS, j?IEIICIiES !
A5 FKOCTAKD FR0X THR SRT BEST XARCFACTORIES.
All f which art law 0SreI t the Pihlic.
The Following are a few of the many Articles
tWidleiwi Powder, operlor;
Toilet Pbwdrr. floe; Cpwxa gait, in doses;
yrintreaof a3 kiada,
MnLeinaJ lu! Extracts,
Ilartaeaa Oil. Colkidina,
Thora'a Ka'ract, Urifenbers Mclicines,
traambrra; Ky Lndoo,
Frvneh Bhetiinallc Rroiedr,
LleUa. Narsriif BmtW.
C'Urat of Umeaia, duapa and Cotngae,
caperlor Trasars. FV Powder,
II Air Brwahes and Tooth iowdcr.
Assorted Tooth Powders,
Benzine. CrT clran;n dreascs, etc
Ilambant Tea, rtc etc
If VKttT LOW
By E. UOFFMANN.
ATT700D S QUININE T0HIC BITTEES !
Ibj Scat Aroawrio Tooia Rver Offered to the Public And
rccusosBcailed by the Medical Facntty for it
Dr. 8. P. Far". Celebrated C1TI11KTIC PILLS!
Mail Aeoirdieg to his Formola.
SUGAR COATED PILLS.
COSTAR'S RAT POISON !
New front the Manatwtorer.
6M 2m CO. IIOFFJtANS.
The Honolulu Iron "V7 orks Company
HAVE ON HAM) M) I'O II SALE Til K
Which tliey are prepared
TO DISPOSE OF ON EASY TLRMS TO rUKCIIASEP.S.
ONE SUI'EKIOK SI CAK MILL,
la propreas Rolls 24x40 iurhr-same pattern as those
at Ca4. liibrin', lul a: Ailiun, and the one Jiul coui
plctol lor the Kaiwiki I'toiiialioa.
ONE MEDIUM Sl fiAR MILL,
Ia progress Rolls 20x33 ittrl.ro feimilu- to Oiose at
Campbell A Turin's, Smith Kona I'Unlatlofi, J. U. Wi:ii.tins
aud the one Ju-tt cmrplcttl f.ir the Wai a 1'laiu.iiiaii
A ltd II rr iwrr Craauie. if rtuired, t
be sold t"Kt-'tber or aeparte.
ONE SMALL SL'GAIl M ILL,
10x21 1 arhra. Wi:h or without Horse Powers.
ONE STEAM ENGINE. 10 inch cylinder, 24 iocb
stroke, the same as .Mr. Cornwall', with improved
TWO SMALL ST E A M ENGINES,
0 Iocb Cyllodcr, 10 loch stroke.
For Jiunnittg t'eulnfufjal lindanes.
Same pattern aa tlie at Kohata PHiilntinn, Capt. ILdiron's
ami Mr. NirhcUs UrorKe's, and which Iihtc fiveo creat aalis
fswtioa, haiiig brvu dcaiguol espresiy lor the rojuiremciu.
ONE SECO.M1 HAND IPKIGIIT STEAM
9 Iocb cylinder, 1 1 inch stroke, with Tpricht Boikr, if required.
This can be had a bargain t-d wairiuitvd icrfcct.
ONE NEW CUKN1SII HOI LEU, for U Horse
FOTR. CENTKIFtGAL MACHINES.
Built at 11. L. XV. Co a Works, with all U l;b-t inipru,-mcnta
anl warranted to give aaliativuou ii erected by our owo
FoorSteam Clarifiers, McOnies make. One or
mure will be sold.
A Train of 5 superior Carron Sugar Fans,
One small Steam Engine for ruuning Centrifu
gal, and 2 Centrifugals, Weston's make.
One Copper Steam Strike Fan, with double
copper worm- jpT This can be bad a bargain.
One Copper Sorghum Fan, 16x4 feet.
TWO TCKHINE WHEELS,
pair of Centrifuga
HORSE I'O WER
For dririoa; Centrifugal Machines, a very superior power, to be
had at baif Cost.
THREE NEW STYLE OF REGULATORS
For S team Engines.
These are tfvinz preat satisfaction, causing the Engine to work
steadily audrr varying toads, and a cooiderable saving of fucL
THREE X.. 3. GIFFAHD'S INJECTORS.
100 SHEET IRON St GAR COOLERS, aatd. liars.
100 BRASS WIRE CLOTHS, tut Centrifugal Machioel
1 Pair Large Handsome WROUGHT IRON GATES,
These are worth inflection.
STEAM E.VGIXES. SUGAR MILLS,
IRON AMD ISRAiS CJSTiXGS.
IRO.V FEXCiMQ, GATES,
And patterns of the latest unproved W 1 N I M I LL cat
ble of hfUng lMl.lOO k1kx water per 21 hours i
Made to order.
Having on I-Iancl
A iMtgr Auortmrnt of
Sheet, Bar Iron, Anirle Inm,
har.ioe. I'iinc. hlbows and Tt-, Ac., to ,uitv j
Mcaui or Wat-r C'nck,, Valrrn. j
W atcr U.m - for tcaro U.ikrs,
Tallow and Oil L'u, i
Uute ami L"nn CoapIinc, j
lotlia Lul.lr r.u.knii j
Fire Clay, j
ast rn i
had two explorers there for two years, and they
returned ht Autumn. The coast climate in
winter is about the same as that of Washington
City, and the soil is excellent, producing barley,
turnips, and cabbages, and gold, copper, iron and
coal are found the List uhundantlv.
The treaty requires us to keep at least one rcg- i October, the subject of Ritualism was brought to
imcnt for the protection of the riirhts of thc i the notice of the house, and considered with sreat
Jiresent inhabitants against the iucroachmcnts of j degree of unanimity ; and
breign powers. j Whereas, On account of the absence of a num-
The State Department will not allow the 1'ns- , her of the right reverend members of thc House.
r-ian tresity to be published till it is ratified by i nd the fact that the House was not sitting as a
Russia. ! co-ordinate branch of the General Convention of
New York, April 10. The Herald publishes the Protestant Episcopal Church in the United
thc text of the Treaty. Article lrt contains the 1 States of America, it was regarded aa inexpedient
boundaries, fixing the eastern line as established j to proceed to any formal action ; and
by RusMa and England in 1852. Prince of Wales j Whereas, It was nevertheless regarded as high
Island is included. The western line includes V desirable that an expression of opinion on the
the Aleutian Islands, east of 173 wot longitude. rt of the Episcopate of this Church should be
Article 2d cedes all the public buildings except p?.vcn wtu resjiect to ritualistic innovations,
churches, and cedes all the archives and d cu- Therefore, The undersigned bishops, reserving
ments relative to thc Territory. Article 3d pro- each for himself his rights as Ordinary of bis
vide that the inhabitants, who may choose to ; own Diocese, and also his rights as a member of
remain, except uncivilized tribes, shall enjoy all
the rights, advantages, and immunities of citfzens
of the State. Article 4th The cession with the
right of iiosM-ssiiin shall be complete on thc ex
change of ratification. Article otii Immediately
after the exchansre the military nots shall be
lcr supporters of the Government
opposed the bill.
The liberal journals, including the Times, con-
cM..- 1...4. il l:..t 1 r. ,i ....
I ciui i mat mere ib nine cnanee lor tne niu, ami
call for the abandonment of the dual idea as a
leature ot thc proposition fatal to the whole
Gladstone and the Liberal members of the
Commons agree to have recourse to an opposition
Reform bill. 11
Paris, April 4. A war with Prussia on the
Luxemburg question is lieginning to be regarded
as imminent. The action of Bismarck ami tlie
proceedings in the North German Pa: "lament
have creatlv intensified tho anti-lVn;..,. r.i;....
Berlin, April 14. Von Brinirsen's motion was
put to-dav. Brinspn said. ' Wo wish fir i';wi
. - , 1 J - ...... . . J ,
but will not sin ink from war if it lie necessary to
iccl the very first attempt of France to attack
our lmnor. Let us give a speedy and resolute
i answer to the warlike tendencies of France, and
we shall stifle it in the bud."
j Bismarck, in reply, said that the Prussian Gov
j crnment did not know that arrangements for tho
I cession of that Duchy had leeu concluded le-
tween II lland and France, but the Federal Allh'd
j Government !clieves that no foreign power will
I attempt to interfere with thc undispu table right
I of Germany. They hojie to protect thc right
j more safely by jieaeeful means and preserve good
relations with foreign powers ; the more so, as the
debates in Parliament shall show the indissoluble
ties that exist between the Government and people.
London, April 13. The Times has a congratu
latory article on the defeat of the Liltenils and
the iveform bill in the C millions last evening.
The course pursued by Gladstone is severely criti
cised, while that of the Lilcral inemliers w ho
deserted the party, is lauded. It thinks tho
Liberal bolters hold the balance of power, and
virtually control the Reform bill.
London, April 13. In case of war lietwecn
France and Prussia, Bavaria and Baden will make
common cause with Prussia.
Berlin, April 13. The Vienna correspondent
of the Jiank Gazette says tliat the Austrian Em- !
bassador at Berlin has been instructed to declare
to the Prussian Government that in the hour of
dangerous issue it will stand by Germany. It is
thought that tlie object of thc visit of the Cro.wn
Prince of Saxony to Berlin was to announce the
military course ol Saxony, and that they were
organized ns Federal troojis.
The London l'etrs says, editorially, that Russian
America has been acquired by natural purchase
by the great progressive lavwer, of whose advances
we cannot complain so long as they are achieved
by legitimate means.
The Times says, editorially, on the same sub
ject : " Since we have no right to protest against
an act entirely within the discretion of the Rus
sian and the United States Governments, let us
not place ourselves in a false jxisition by vain re
monstrances, but forliear to fasten urn an unex
pected transaction a hostile construction, or insist
upon rights and interests which are incapable of
Arming for tue Fight. Tho Belgian Minis
ter of War states that thc government is having
450,000 breech loading muskets manufactured.
The arsenals in Prussia are actively at work.
J Austria is having 000,000 muskets converted into
j breech loaders, and will have 350,000 more at the
! end of the year. Russia is transforming 000.000.
f I a Via .! . k
In; iiiiliuiiy iMst:
civen in, and as soon as practicable, thc Russian
troops shall lie withdrawn. Article 0th Thc things be dune to edifying ;".and also in the same
cession is hereby declared free from any incum
bered reservation, privileges, or franchises.
The Ttmesf Washington disiut(:!i says a move
ment is on fait to organize an expedition to visit
Russian America. An application has b-en
made for the ue of a g'Hd vessel in charge of a
naal ofla-er. Thc jsirties represent that arrango
ments are nearly completed.
New Y okk, April 10. Mr. Fox, late Assitant
Secretary of thc Navy, denies that Rust-ia w illing-
is similar in every resnect t.t Norway. , w it!i tlie cordial co-operation of G-xlly, wcll-Ieani-
Jn tlie House ot Lords, April 2d, the Duke of , co an.i justly vcncr.ttcu uivines, w tio were well
Buckingham said the cession of Russian Aiucrit-a acquainted w ith the history of the Church of
was likely to cause gresit feeling ainl pioluhly England before and since lierldcsseil Reformation,
etmsiderarde excitement. He could not think : an,l who thoroughly understood what was and is
that the United States were likely to have so till required by thc peculiarities of this country
overwhelming influence with thc British Colonies ! nu lcople.
. .. . . . .. 1 . 1 . . . n .....
I we iiuju, iiicreiorc, tliat the ceremonies, rites
, ami worship then established, ordained and
irovei nv common authority, as set lorth in
Book of Common
of 1-ranee would lie humiliatinr. Incrcsud Activ
ity is manifest in all branches of the army and
marine, and the Bourse is beginning to evince
symptoms of a panic.
London, April 4. From tlie continent it is
suited that extensive warlike prcpa rations arc
froinir forward, hot.li in t'rniKi:! nn.1 I.'
tlie House ol Bishops, sitting in General Conven- troops are beini? nnietlv mnrdml r,..-,,.,i i.
tion, do unite in the dwhtration following : ; frontier. In all parts of Germany the determin-
We hold, in the language of the XXX IV Arti- ; ation is expressed to resist any alienation of Ger
cle of Religion, that "every particular or Na- ! man territory to France, anil thc action of Bis
tional Church hath authority to ordain, change marck is warmly indorsed. In this city the asiieet
and abolish Ceremonies or Rites of the Church, j of n flairs is regarded as most threatenin.r
t'lutiuttit rniy ! 111. MI nilLiiunt V . IMI IIIUL ail
ati.1 it is felt that any backing down on the i.t Denmark, Holland, Switzerland, lmfy, Srin,
ol r ranro won l.i ln liiiinil..iimn. f.w.... .i ...:.. i i. . . . ' J ' i . .
London, April 8. Uncertainty prevails in
ragard to tlie future action of Napoleon. Fears
are entertained that he will adopt a warlike poliev,
which creates widespread distrust among business
and there is great depression in consequence
in commercial and linancial circles in this
and in Paris.
language ol tiie same .rtieic that : " It is not
j necessary that Traditions and Ceremonies be in
; all places one, or utterly like; for at all times
' they have been divers, and may be changed accord
ing to the diversity of Countries, times and men's
manners, so that nothing be ordained against
! God's Word;" and also, that this Church was
( duly organized as a " (articular and National
Church" in communion with thc Universal or
Holy Catholic mid Apostolic Church of Christ. endure the nain. nn.l ist.. wt intr ..l.i......
1 T 7 ---- - VUIX V I1IOO
i . : . t a : " , I. A 1 1 A . . . a . .
ie news is carelullv kept from the nub be.
London-, April 11, Evening. Thc Princess of
Wales is at the jioint of death. A surgical oper
ation ujKdi her knee is necessary, but she cannot
rave away her Amcii--.ui territory to the nd that this organization, which took jIacc im- form. Th
etl States. He says it U inqiossible to cxag- : mediately alter the American Revolution, was i and thc P;
tc the importance" of that in cession, which settle.1 under the careful direction aud advice, and ! usual.
. . ...:.i. i: . i ..i; ... . rn ..n oi .
roved by common authority, as set forth
i rayer ot tins c .urcii, are thc , join, hut wU1 nt 01ipiwe the cession
rince of Wales haunts the theaters, as
New York, April 12. European advices of
Match 2'Jth say Prussia is closely allied with
Russia as the champions of the Christians of
Turkey. Austria has joined Russia, cxiiecting
indemnification for lost territory by the dismem
berment of Turkey. France has recently gone
over to Russia, and is courting her friendship on
the German question. All unite in recommend-
1- ' ing the Porte to cede Crete to Greece. England,
the j by the official declaration of Derby, declines to
law of this church, which every bishop, j resbyter
and deacon of the same has bound himself b
subscription to the Promise of Conformity in
The London Times of the 2'Jth of March savs
the vast armament of France has been suggested
by a misapprehension of the causes which led to thc
sudden collapse of Austrian tower. The Emneror
i.i . . . . .
wi.-nes to et'angc tlie existing
and to approach that of Prussia.
Tin; ienna Journal says no alliance is possible
with Prussia. The fusion of North Germany
under a milliuiry despotism is only a question of
Echiele'a patent, suitable for running
as at first might be imagined.
New York, April 17- Thc Russian treaty is
still a prominent topic, and the value of the "ter
ritory acquired by the United States is rapidly
appreciating in jiiblie sentiment. Captain Fox,
who has liecn on a Fpecial mission to St. Peters-
burir. statvs that tne impression that Russia was subscription to thc I'romise ot Conformity
willing to cede her American possesions to the Article II. of the constitution, to obey, observe ;
United States lecausc she conceived them of no ! nd f illow ; and that no strange or foreign usages :
value is utterly false. Thc Government of the should be introduced or sanctionetl by tlie private '
Czar is fully aware of the vast natural resources judgment of any member or members of this j
of this territory, and was moved to make the Church, Clerical or Lay. j
cession by no wish to get rid of it. He suvs the Vc further bold, that while this church is
importance of the acquit-tion cannot le overrate 1. " f:ir from intending to depart from the Church i
Hlliffi. Tl.awa m n .. . ..n. a . X ..at. ' t tf" iFs 1 114 1 ailV ttmi Won f . 1 1 vu.tur . C 1 ...rw?-.n. I
western Eurot-, and contains thc elements of discipline or woihip, or further than local cir- ! -April !, hvening. Hie GranUu-
grcat wealth. General Kitishution is evinced at cumstatu-es require," it yet has its peculiar place, 1 - t,,f-c oi v.overnor i-.yre, ftas drought in
the T.roimit r-.nifiit;..ii ..f tho tr,tv wl.L l, : character and dutv as a " mirtieiihir nml Vti..nl I ?" "'ctment. llie Canadian Railroad bill has
regarded as of great political aud 'commercial , Church ;" and that no prayer book of thc Church
imj tancc. of England, in thc reign of whatever Sovereign
Washington, April 1 Mr. Seward is much 1 forth, and no laws of the Church of England
pleased with the ratification of thc Russian treaty, i have any force of law in this church such as can ! Government upon Spain for instant redress fir the
ani regartis its suceessiul negotiation as the Justly cnei in tieicnse ol any departure lrom ! seizure ol tlie steamer Victoria. The Spanish
greatest act ot Jus official life, as it is exjected to ll,e express law of ttns church, its liturgy, its
lead to rtill greater consequences. It has created ! tHscijilinc, rites and usages.
quite a sensation in Canada, and it is thought ' And we, thcrcf ire, consider that in this partic-
exatioii. ! llI:lr National Cnurch, any attempt to introduce
into thc public worship of Almighty God, usages
j that hare nercr leen known, such as the use of
I incense, and the burning of lights in the order of
j the Holy Communion ; reverences to the Holy
j Table or to the elements thereon, such as indicate
: or imply that the Sacrifi'e of our Divine Lord
and Saviour, " once offered," was not a " full,
jierfcct and sufficient sacrifice, oblation and satis
! faction, for thc sins of the whole world ; " thc
j adoption of thc clerical habits hitherto unknown,
I or material alterations of those which have been
j in use since the establishment of our Episcopate,
j is an innovation which violates the discipline of the
Lhurch. " vjftmfeth against its common order,
and hurteth the authority of the Magistrate and
icounddh the consciences of the weak brethren.1"
Furthermore, that we be not misunderstood.
i let it be noted that we include in these censures i
! all departures from the laws, rubrics, and settled 1I railway stations in Wurtemburg and Baden.
j order of this church, as well by defeat as by j to send cars for the transportation of cavalry
I excess ot observance, designing to maintain in its
Portugal, (.5 recce and Belgium, are all engaged in
the same warlike preparations.
It is mid the negotiations between France and
Holland, for the cession of Luxemburg, were pro
ceeding favorably when Count Bismarck skillfully
succeeded in suspending the bargain, by calling
thc attention of Holland to the existence of cer
tain claims of tlie late Germanic confederation
upon the Ducal Government of Luxemburg, for
unpaid Federal contributions, and for different
fortifications, and to thc fact tliat Prussia was the
legal successor of the Confederation, and would
consider any disposal of Luxemburg by selling it
to a third jarty as an infraction of those claims.
This protest has prevented the engagement w ith
I the French ( Jovernment.
Liverpool, April 13. Great anxiety is mani
fested to have the Alabama claims settled, even if
against England, as in the event of a war with
SjKiin, now threatened, they would set a prece
dent most dangerous to English commerce.
London, April 14. The Tories are very iubil-
ant over the defeat of the Liberal party by the
vote on (iladstone's amendment to the Govern
ment Reform bill on Friday night, and the so
called Liberals who voted with the Administra
tion are much complimented by thc Tory press.
The Liberal leaders, however, show no discourage
ment, and are confident of ultimate victory. This
temporary cheek has greatly increased the jiopular
feeling, aud the Tories arc warned of a reaction
which will force them to the wall.
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Berlin-, April 11. Count Bismarck sent an
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London, April 12th. Parliament has ad
journed to April 20, on account of the Easter
During the debate on the Reform bill in the
House of Commons this evening, Gladstone oflered
an amendment fixing the rate at live pound.
After a long debate the amendment was rejected,
the Government obtaining a majority of twenty
one. Luxe:burc, April 12th. The people of this
proinee are generally opposed to the sale of the
Grand Duchy to France.
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the 2'Jth says Great Britain is now ready to jy
whatever sum an umpire may award fir the de
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regarded as likely to precipitate a European war.
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that the Duchy has been ceded to France, and
adds that there c-m only be a question of such
cevMon if thc Great Powers who are interested
have first come to an understanding on the subject.
A telegram from Luxemburg says that hand-
! lulls have oe n circulated in town in favor of an
j ncxatioii to France, and inviting the inhabitants
' to acts of violence against Prussia.
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Consulate, &vi 3m
,, KTS CON T R A CT E I O N A CCO C XT
,7 " establishment, will paid unhss
the signatures of boUi the undersigned
Honolulu, Aug. 25, 186.
8. A. LOLT.ER,
rjIIK UMIRKSIGXED II r'.RKRT GIVE
at notice that thev will nor . ....i ...ii witb-
out the written onler of Ahana to Apo.
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TIi i . All AN A Aru-
Honolulu, Feb. 13, 1807. 661 am
For Toilet Purposes. &c.
TTPHAM'S GENUINE PREPARATIONS
The following arc received by Express regularly, and gener
ally in advance of the mails. They will he forwarded to sub
scrdiers by me, po.sta.jeii paid, at the annexed terms
Weekly Bulletin $7 ,raiinllI11
" A Ita, .............................. 7 u
Paeinmento Union, ..................... ... 7
San Francisco Weekly Times 7
N- II T!'e I'ldersigned has an agent in San Francisco, to
secure and forward the above papers, which are often put on
miard after the vessels are under Bail, without
Inse, thus euaMing sob-rilH-rs to obtain their papers more'
promptly than in any other way.
564 H. M. WniTN'EV.
For sale hv the ri..l,.r.L,
t pninn's Hair (llo.s or Curling fluid.
I phiilu s Freckle Tan and l'imi.l It.nl.herinfullinlr.
Upham's Denilatnrv l',.w.i.. ... , hsirla
1 j s on ' v vo oupvi m
,:" ' ' r us application without iujury to Uie sum,
L pliaio's Marachelia, lor promoting the growth of Uie beard
Upham's One Minute Toothache Cure, warranted to cur
the worst case of toothache in one minute,
Japanese Hair Stain, only oue preparation.
5- tc. Ic
C. V. PFLU0ER, A(?ent
Fort Street, between King and Merchant &ls., Ilnnoloiil.
Orders froia llie other Islands promptly attfodrd
CRATER OF KILAUEA, HAWAII
THIS ESTABLISHMENT IS Xow
ojien for the reception of
Visitors to the Volcano !
Who may rely on finding
COMFORTABLE ROOMS, A GOOD TABLE
AND PROMPT ATTENDANCE!.
Exprricneril Guide for the Crater always in
Strani and Sulnhnr Baths, Horses SUlilfd and
Grained if Desired.
Parties visiting the Yolcano via Hilo can procure anim'1
warranted to make the journey, by applying to D. H. Hitch
cock. Ksqr., Hilo.
5W ly J. L. RICHARDSON A Co.
A LC V LATKD TO SCORE FROM 10"
to 210 Fahrenheit. 7 5 Ccnliloftl.&O rnrh.
For gale by ILJiL-AVUlIlj KV .: