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tt TOS RKGL5TRR,
Jit by D. Foster & Co, The Warwick, is
' well found and ready for tea.
?or farther particulars, PV'T lo
Ma JACUH VKOWN,Ti rU
a. r. auaissoa.
ALLEN & ROBINSON.
T ROBI !. '3 WUlKF. l)ULKKtl!i
i LCMlUiaa all kinds trf BlILUlSd ATaRIAL
t v at. Oila, eila, - t
acbt roe acsjossas
fairt qciix, '
hi jb a.
Uoaolala. Hawaiian Island. t7
, NOTICE. m ... -
t IB- C OLLINH. LaJIn Kara. RHl4irr
X.J. Wellifluo Plata, School Kml a21 3m
-1RUM iUAPTCR TIIDi DATE. I WILL
pay aa biila salts coatractra ay say wrsttea seder. .
p. isih. HSO.
J. U. BLACK.
LLPERSOXS ARR HEREBY WARNED
X aiaias Shaotiuf or Catching Wild Cattle or Horses oa
ii pro!sa kftnwa aa Kaopakaea. Makahaaataa aod Pepee
kaa, District a( HUo, Island af Hawaii, from aod after this date.
- C. AONQ.
Hlio, Haa-aii. May 7th. WO. cayS Cot
LL CHANGES I X UL'SI S kV OK REM.
1 eWnre, (a sec are iasertleo ia iba Hawaiian fta
Malawi Dlrecsary nasi TaWrtata timid, ahcold
- - - - . - nvilUi: nriurvB
te aUffUdl lo
P. O. Vox ITS. lioaolula.
COLLICTO GssiBAl's Orvici, I
Iioootule, Oct. 1st, 1U0. J
Carta House will be clsara at Sean aa Ratarday.
Vr 2i lost., and oo auceeedinf SJatardajs antil farther notice.
o2 aa W. F. AI.LRM. Collector CeaeraL -'
-'1W1SOTOTHEHRENKXT HIGH PRICKS
si aiatertakt lu oar liar, at, Ike aadrrsifoed. have been
a petted to rait the price for borseshnrina;. Oa aod after
i. 1M. day oa Pea . ItsO, uar prices will be a foUoa-e:
Haod-ssade Mun ...S3 GO
ileet aad Toe shoe 3.00
Mechioa aledeiihoe IM
I 8. M. WHITMAN.
, U. WEST.
CHAS. B. WILeON.
HaaolaIa,Jaa SSth, UM ja3I tf
' - NOTICE.
KtLtlD PKUPOStLS WILL BE RE-
caivsd bp I lb StA dar of October, fur the ereciiua aad
aeapteUoaof Oa Plxlarea oa the Rear af ask: Hall, Plaaa
aad SperlSrallea loj-tHr alth all Inlorataitoa re.
Hu4 aaay M aoaauaed aa tha OrBee- U C J. W ALL,
arc sit i. . 77. Merchant etrrri
f -Tyiaale t Ibe alMe aaeatiooed vutka are to be atldxaeea 1
hi i HfT, aacretrir at Cbe aea Jdaaical LUul, or A.
h Vay ae, Traarr. ...
A hood ia a nb tajaal to ibe full amount of eatiatate to ac
eeacaay aaah bid. aad lha Baddlsf Coaaouiea reserve the
ra& to fitct aJI or aay bala
By order of the Bulldiaaj Coaaautlee.
ft ' ; C. J. WALL. Aiehiteat.
THE AUMIMlTRiTION arba PRESCU.
CatutL of Tabui, aabes to tnirr la Coauract foe Ibe oap
pfrif of fresh ataat ae baurf of lavioc CatHe necessary fur
ne Army aad Nary Serstca ta be delivered at Pspeete. The
seaaat aastber reganrad by the AdailiHiratioa ssay be froaa
i - to 1M beads, and the ClvUiaa poftohuloa May require
Cisaaiaaaeal icae aad pronaaUkaas asaat b (Bad by vritia4
to the Preach Coo en tale at Hoaotahs. bHure the aeit Mad or
d:retly the Geeerao at TahiU.
J. RATARO. ,
Actios- Cuasaaf aad Cniaiasinarr far Praaea.
Moaalass. October 1th, laag. ort 31
MR. D. B. CRIPPIN WISIIES TO IX
faraa the Ladtes af Haaotata that she baa r-veaed a
i-biidrea aad Ladies' Pashloaable DresaBafcia( aVpartasenl.
la the rear af has JaUtiaery Store. . aa'Ja Lf
. SpECAL NOTICE.
accoi'mts our xn ving to
the PACIfli: COMMERCIAL AUVhRriAtaoOce ap
a sad lacUidiOf the 30th day af Aaeast. Bast be arttW auk
J. H. Bktck ooly . Aad all indebtedness ap la Ihe saaae date
will befitted by J. M. BLACK.
Iloaotela, Asejaat 30. 1S40. sr4 if
MRVirMi MKLLIS IIKREBT BEGS TO
istara ber patrooa aad the pabUc (earrally that she
has retaraad srUa aftrr a short absence trass Ihia KjordrxB.
aad wUI ba road y ta rsesive any order by the 11th Instant at
ber new residence, fla. IS Cbd Street, antU Ibe He Store,
jia. 103 Port Srrsst, Brewer's Btock, shall be ready fnr occa
pancy. ahart she aU carry aa her basiaeoa of Ureaa
Msalsf. Thaahfa: far pas favors raccrvrd. she hopes
that fey par lc( strict atteatioa ta her boaiaean ta keep the
aonlldrac she baa sojoyed beret of ure.
. MM A. U. MKLLIS.
t WALTEE 0. PEACOCK, '"
U KashsaMaa St.,
Copyist, Accountant, and Col
lector. Business lomptly Attended to, ami
t J At .
FRESH, t FJiUlTS,
' ' EX ZKALA5DIA,
Apples, Pears, Grapes, Hums,
CANNED & DRIED FRUITS
I PUTATO ES. ONIONS. Sac.
3it Quality Goods and Guaranteed, at
i - . low Price.
GIVE L'S a CALL.
, C9 If
Nov 27. Queen Pt.
jTrade Journal & Exporter
rroauce markets iieyiew ana uenerai
1 llltti jU.l I CUk.
? I .
' Pahttehed McntUy. sl la KnflUh IndlsprOMble for pur
ahaasra af Coatiaental Goods; fives Wbolesala Prlcra, aod
. irtacaaata alloaed. of
Wlaea. Brandies, Preserved ProvUioaa. Fancy Uuods,
' MUlinery, Dress Maieriala, Olasa, Porcelaia,
Plated Ware. Watches. Clocks,
! Baai aad laUatioa Jewelry. Boote aad Hbaes,
Parftiaaery, Pbotocraphic aad Print las; Matenala,
Toys OWa; raphe, Scwwide aad Ma. ml lnatraasenis.
Cwucs. Cheasicals, Pharaiaeeatical Preparatiooa,
tHatioaery. rweeta. Stlke, Varaisbes. Paints,
Paper HaaiS- Kic.. Etc.
AJao Prices Carrent of Produce. Market Reports, Notices
oa Iadaatrial Noeettles, Trade InulliyTce, Etc.
aaaaal tabaCTtpten - ae far postal L'aloa, aad Se far ather
- Mosey orders payable ta QEORQC W ATKRS oa Pari, or
. taail in. or the eqaieaieol la aay local cmrreacy or postage
CJIPAIU LETTERS REPLIED.
; AeJreas TBI rRE.ICB TRADE J0CRM AL a EXPORTKR
; as 4. tXaedeCbifessl. Parte. Prance. (ly
j THE PACIFIC
. JOB OFFICK.
la aos asecaliad Joa Work at U really Reduced Ratea.
RaaarUol styles, la Script, German Test, Ac.
At f 1.40 la tXM far 100 Cards.
At froaa IS to fa par thousand assorted
! At Redaced Charaea.
Oar SMaaa facUttlca eaabie aa aosr to 4a Better Work,
) bad la half Ihe tints It aa doaa facaserly. hence oar ability
) ta radars chartee.
I THE WEDNESDAY EXPRESS.
I as uauT page quarto in roth languages.
The Most Papular Paper in the
SOOO Copies lasaed, and the deawnd Increaalaff.
Baa report as Oar Charchea la Boaolola, alth Interesting
Society liana. Bend far a apedaaea copy.
iast the paper for advertisers aa ba circulates anobg both
" - MaeaJtane and forvlfosra. ' ' . i
! ET Only ONE DOLLAR for Six Months.
1 WUtaey Bohsrtaoo, or T. U Thraaa wlil rsreirs yaw order
j I I I'-..'
: Brad Cash aubeerlptleaa to the PafaUahsra
.'' a ; i .
! IBS P. C. ADVERTISER CO.
It Las itesrHl Ilia Majeolr the Kins to appoint the
following gentlemen member 'of the Board of Health.
Tlx: f , - .
Ilia txrellenrjr H. A. P. Carter. PreRiUent. vice His
Exratleocy Jao. E. Buah. resiKned. 11
His Excellency J. S.Walker, vice W. C. Jones, resigned.
Honorable S. O. Wilder. Tlce Honorable W. M. Oibon,
The Board now ronaiats aa follows :
President. His Excellency H. A. P. Carter : His Excel
leocy J. S. Walker j HooceaUs & O. Wilder : Honorable
C. H. Jodd ; Honorable i. Uoanauli.
Iolani Palace, Oct. 2, 1W. o9
I baa plaaaed His Majesty the King to accept tha res
ignation of His Ex. H. A. P. Carter as Envoy Extraordin
ary and Minister Plealpoteottarj at. Berlin, npon bis
appointment aa Mini iter of the Interior.
Iolani Palace, September 27th, 1380. ol
1 J;.-.-: ; , ' ' ;.
Ma. B. Niwtox baa tola day barn appointed an Agent
to grant marrlare licenses for tha district of Lahalna
Maul, rice D. Mamaxi. resigned.
H. A. P. CabTka. Minister of the Interior.
Interior Office, October 13. 18ft0.
Tmx nhdersigned. having been duly appointed by the
hlinlster of the Interior as Commissioners to ascertain
and determine npon the compensation to be made to the
owner or owners, person or' persons interested for the
taxing or Injuriously affecting anrh land and water as
may ba required for the naa 'of ' the Honolulu Water
Works, in accordance with an Art, " To authorize the
Minister of the Interior to take possession of whatever
land and water may ba required for the use of the Hono
lulu Wster Works," approved lsth day of August. I860,
and amended by Act to amend same, approved 3rd day of
August, 1678, hereby grve notice that surh'claims for
compensation, in connection with the lands named in the
annexed ached ale. must be presented to the anderalgned
at the office of the Government Survey, within thirty
days from date of this issue.
A. B. Cxzomobx.
J. T. Wateahocsx.
J. F. Bxows. . t ,
SCHEDULE OT LAXDS ABOVE? EETEHRED TO. 4
Iu or Orp. Haumakaawe. Foloke, Maunaloha. John
PawAa. oji Kuixxa. Kalawshins, Kaakaukukul, ai
wlokaiha ind rack portions of Xewalo as lie msuka of
Beretania street. oclS lm
Healed Tenders will ba rect i ved at the Interior Office
until Monday; October 11th. at 12 noon, for' furnishing
all or any of the following Building Materials the Gov
ernment bay desire td pup haw .in Honolulu for six
months from th date. i i
North-Weat Timber, per M
8cantling. per M ..-.-
Boards and Battens, per M
North-West Tongued and Grooved, per M
White Odar Shingles, per hi -
North-West Hurfsced. per M
Red wood Surfaced, per M
Redwood Tongued and Grooved, per M
Kedwood Rustic, per M
Kedwood Hcantlliis; per M :
kedwood Hcantling. clear, per M
Kedwood Hbinglea. per SI
Nails and Hplkes. per keg
Bricks. Lime, Cement.
H. A. P. CABTEK. Mininter of the Interior.
InUrtor Office. October 4. IBM). o9
It has pleased His Majesty the King to appoint the fol
lowing rentletnen to be members of his Cabinet : His
Ex. W. L. Green to be Uii.ister of Foreign Affairs, re-appointed.
His Ex. H. A. P. CarU-r to be Minister of the
Interior, vice His Ex. John E. Buah. resigned. Hun. J. S.
Walker lo be Minlntrr of rtnam-e. vice: His Ex. M. Kuaea.
resigned. Hon. J. S. Walker to be Attorney General,
ad Interim, vice His Ex. W. C Joue. resigned. ; , . , '
Iolani Palace, Hrptetubrr 'i'lb, lnU. o'J
To Exporters of Hawaiian Bice and to
Whom it May Concern.
In accordance with an Act approved 14th day of Augoft.
IflHO. To Prevent Traudulent Exportation of ' Foreign
or Hawaiian Produce to Porta of the I'nited States."
William L. Horrca ia appointed ' Export Guard " for
the Port of Honolulu. Parties who are about to ship
Rica to any port of the rolled States, will notify the
Export Guard of the intended shipment tbst he may
examine said Rice, and be able to give a certificate that
it ia the growth and produce of the Hawaiian Inlands.
And la accordance with the said Art. I have fixed and
hereby fix the fee to be paid to said "Export Guard " for
examination and certificate, at the sum of Twenty Cents
per ton (of 3.O0Q lbs.), and In proportion for any leas
quantity thao a ton. Johm S. YY iut,
- I ! . i . . . ii i Minister of Finance.
Honolulu, October 8, Immo.
. , Fish Stalls at Auction. . , ,
On Saturday, October 16th. 18K. at 12 o'clock, boob,' at
the front entrance of Alilolani Hale will be sold, the
Choice of Stalls at the Honolulu Fish Market, for the
teria of one year. H. A- P. Caattex, j j
Minister or the Interior.
Iuterior Office, October 7th. 1M). o9
airZ. Kalal Las been appointed Tax CoUeetor for. the
District of North Kohala. Hawaii, vice Jaa. W. Bobert-
Mr Jaa. W. Robertson baa beeii appointed Tax Col.
lector for the District of Koolsiipoko. Oahu, vice" Hon.
J. M. Kapena, resigned. - i
':, l t Jxo. B. Walxkk, Ulxdstef of Finance.
Department of Finance. Sept. 30.' IBhO. "oci 2-lm
Ma. Wn. W. Goodalx has this day been appointed an
Agent to .take acknowledgements to Contracts for Labor
in the District of Kan. Island of Hawaii. " ' " 4 '
H. A. P. CABTEB, Minister of the Interior.
Interior Office. Sept. 30th, IrtHO ort2
, 1 ' , - . . .
licenses Expiring in October, 1880.
RETAIL. OA III'.
1 Man Fah. Nunano street,
1 Wong Leon tc Co, Nuuanu st
2 Chun Fsa. Heel a. Enolanpoko,
ICS Wo chong. Nuuanu at Honolulu
, a A W Bush. Fort 8t .
' S Tong Hong A Co. Nuuanu at ' , i . . '
S Hen Wo Tong. Nuuanu at ' "
5 Ah Gee. Cor Maunakea A Beretania ats
6 Wong Kong hilt A Atlna. Hotel st
9 Wilder A Co. Cor Fort A Queen ats
10 E O Hall A Hon, Cor Fort A Kin? sts
10 E Hoffman, Merchant st "
10 it Aio. Cor Richard A Merchant sts
lo Hang Lung Kee A Co, Nuuanu st
13 A L fciultb. Fort st
15 Chu Kee A Yan Kee, King st. Palama.
1C Ahfo A Akee. Emma st "
17 J T A H Waterbouae. King st
20 J Perry. Cor Nuuanu A Hotel at
30 E C MrC'andleea. Fish Market '
-XI N Philipa A Co. Kaahuauanu st 1
25 J T Waterbouae. Fort st "
,15 Ah Cba. King at i ....-.- '
29 J T A H Water ho uee, Qaeeu st -. . '. ...
M C C Coleman. King st "
91 Kao I'ai. Maunakea st "
31 Frank An tone, Nuuanu st -
IAS Cleghora a Co. Punaluu. Kan Hawaii
1 B Bycroft, Pohoiki. Puna . .
1 J K Mills. Honokaa. Hamakua
1 L Turner. W'aioblnu. Kau
' 15 Goo Rita A Co. Hocomakau. N KuhaU
'jo JP Jordan. Pllhouua. Hllo - ..
25 J Wood. Hilo
26 Man Wo, Kapaao. N Kohala
3 H Magnln. Wailuku ' Maui
6 T Ahlo. Pauwrla, Hamakualoa
10 Antone Fernandex, Makawao, , ( ; , .
14 Chun Wa A Co. Wailuku M
Ju Ah silo. Hamakua poko
24 Aicma. Labaina ' '
31 Gee Hing. Walkapu ,
27 Apao. Kolua - . t i ...' i ' '
I Pahana. Maxapala. X Kohala
1 Ahpan. Halawa
1 Mao Wo. Aapaaa
3 Ah Cbo. N Kobala. Hawaii
8 C C Bennett. Waihikn. Maui i 1 j
11 Kim Hack; Kaiopihi. N Kohala '
II Akaaa A Ahal. Honokaa, Hamakua
13 L Afat. Wailuku. Maul
V. Len Uui A Co. Halawa. X Kohala
27 r Fornaadex. King st. Honolulu
27 A Coochee. Kaaeoha, Eoolaapokov Oaha
28 Ah Quay, Hiio. Ha wait' - -
28 Ah Hok. Hoaomakan. N Kohala
31 Kdo Hal. Maunakea at; Honolulu ' 1 J
7 A Walters. Lahaisa, Maal
9 F Brown, Merchant at. Honolulu
RETAIL SPIRIT. - .14
Xuuanu a Hotel af SI"
2S J OldsCor
' J I STA LUOR ,ii .j u :,v
11 H J Aguew, Honolulu, Oahu t t
1 H W Wilcox. Kauai
2 T W Everett. Maul . , ,
3 i H Hare. Maui . ; C J IJ J f J
30 Ton Hook, Lshalna ' ' - -
23 J T Jordan. Piihonua. Hilo
1 Nakapuahl. HUo. Hawaii, , 4 ,
iPEODLIXO. 9 &
4 Kwong Lung. WaiiaAn, Maul
fc M ,' i botch eh,u auiKlii
1 C Notley. Hamakua. Hawaii
8 P Shaw. Lahalna, Maul '
18 J Woods, N Kohala, Hawaii
18 J Woods, N Kohala, Hawaii - "
29 Q Waller. King st. Honolulu
29 Q Waller. Coy Hotel A C aloft at, Houolola
..M w 'WHUIiEllliKr '
1 Bolles A Co, Queen at. Honolulu
6 Chnlaa A Co. Nuuanu at, Honolulu '
9 Wilder A Co. Fort st, Honoluln
10 E O Hall A Boo, King at, Hoaolslu.
23 C Af ong; Ntruarm at. Honolulu - ! '
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14 G P Wilder . , .
14 8 G Wilder Jr
15 G K Wilder
17 Guy B Comly
17 Guy Wodehouso
17 Hay WodehouM
i i J
The following is the translation of an
autograph letter which His Majesty the
King has received from the Prince of Rou
mania, on the occasion of the recognition
of Roumania as an independent State by
the Kuropean Powers:
Siu and Brother: Roumanla having
solemnly proclaimed her independence as
a Free and Sovereign State during the war
of 1S77-7S, and that Act having been sanc
tioned by the Treaty of Berlin and re
cognized by all the Powers of Europe : I
have great pleasure In being able to
notify Your Majesty of the event, which Is
a guarantee for the security of the general
interests of the lower Danube. I am per
suaded that Your Majesty interested as
all the Powers are in the pacific and regu
lar development of European Affairs, will
rejoice to see crowned with success the
efforts and generous sacrifices of a people
who have recovered their place in the great
family of Nations.
Your Majesty, in common with the other
Powers, will please accord me his friend
hip, which to me will be precious, and I
hope to see established cordial and friendly
relations between his Kingdom and Rou
mauia. Trusting that Your Majesty will be con
vinced of the sincerity of my wishes for his
welfare, and the prosperity of the people
confided to his care by a Divine Providence,
also, that I shall improve every favorable
opportunity of giving him proof of the
high esteem and sincere affection with
which, I am Sir,
Your Majesty's Good Brother,
Minister of Foreign Affairs.
Bucharest, May 10th 22d, 1880.
The following is the translation of an au
tograph letter which His Majesty the King
has received from the King of Belgium
acknowledging the receipt of an autograph
letter from His Majesty with congratula
tions on the occasion of the fiftieth anni
versary of the Independence of Belgium.
Sir and Brother : I have received
with great satisfaction the letter which
Your Majesty has addressed to me on the
occasion of the fiftieth anniversary of the
Independence of Belgium. In associating
yourself with the patriotic demonstrations
provoked by this happy event,' Your Maj
esty has given me a testimony of friendship
to which I could not remain insensible. I
thank 3'ou very sincerely for these cordial
felicitations, as well as for the sentiments
which you manifest for the Belgian Nation.
On my part, I feel ardent wishes for the
personal happiness of Your Majesty, and
for the prosperity of Your Kingdom. I pray
Your Majesty to receive the assurances of
the high consideration, and of the inviola
ble attachment with which I am,
. Sir and Brother,
of Your Majesty the Good Brother,
To His Majesty Kalakaua,
King of Ihe Hawaiian Islands, Honolulu.
Ostend, August 29th, 1880. o9
Sale of Leases of Government Lands.
On Mondsy. November 15th. 1BS0, at the front entrance
of Alilolani Hale, at 12 o'clock noon, will ba sold at
Public Auction, the following Leases of Government
1st. That piece of land containing 35 square fathoms,
situate on Queen-street, and at present leased by Mesarsa
Tibbets and Sorenaon. Terms : Lease, 5 years, payable
semi-annually in advance : upset price, il50 per annum.
2nd. That piece of land, 100 feet by 140 feet, situated
on the Esplanade, and at present occupied by Messrs.
T. B. Foster A Co. Terms : Leane, 5 years, payable
semi-annually in advance ; upset price, 400 per annum.
H. A. P. CARTER, Minister of the Interior.
Interior Office. October 13. 1880. olS
I have appointed Hon. Paul P. Kaxoa as acting Gov
ernor of Kauai during my absence.
F. W. BECKLEY, Governor of Kauai.
Sept. 9tb, IhhO. o9
ALL KINDS OF HIDES. WET A XD DRV.
Alto, Sheep and Goat Skins, far which the Highest Cash
Price will be paid.
P. O. BOX 40. HCGH MACK AT,
iy3 Proprietor Honolulu Tannery, Kohololoa.
Instruction in French, German and
By Dr. A. Hescliovitz9
LATE PROFESSOR OF OA 11 U COLLEGE,
Ex-Coniul of United States in Russia, 130 Nuuanu Avenue.
Highest References. Address P. 0. Box 97
NEW LAW OFFICE.
TTT- C. JONES, (leks) Attaraey aad Caas-
y I a aellor at Law and General Land Agent and Collector,
will practice ia all Courts of the aeveral I. lands In the King
dom Office first room over the store of Dillingham A Co.,
Von Street. Honolulu. oc9
rpiIE UNDERSIGNED HEREBY GIVES
at noticfc that she will not be responsible for soy debts cou
nseled in her name, without her written order.
Labaina. Sept. 25ih. ISM. ikw se'i6 3 in
ALL PERSONS ARK IIEREBV FORBIDDEN
to trespasa oo the land of Waikulu, Island of Maui, and
adjoining lands; and are also forbidden to shoot, eaten, or
drive off any cattle, tame or wild, horses, bora, turkeys, or
fowls. Any person or persona so txespassiaa; will be pmsecut
ed according to law. KUWIN JONES.
Labaina. Sept. 25ih, 1880. ec25 2m wAs '
Notice of Sale of the Kaumakapili Church
rftO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN THE
R building- as above will be offered fjr sale subject to the
stipulation snd terms set forth in a specification, describing
the demolishing and removal of same. Sptciflcatiuns, and all
other information to be had and given at the office of the Ar
chitect. CHAS. WALL.
ae25 wit 27 Merchant St.
XEALIA RICE PLANTATION. KAUAI.
ALL PERSONS ARE HEREBY WARNKD
from trespassing upon the grounds belonginr to the
Roalia Rice Plantation. O rders have been given to forcibly eject
any peraoo or persons found npon the said grounds after 6
p. m. of any day; and said orders will be enforced,
Reslia. irland of Kauai. Oct 6th, 180.
oo 3m wAa CDL'LAN Ac CO.
A RELIABLE GIRL. DES1RE9 A Posi
tion in a good family, aa hoosekeeper and to da the
general chamber work.
oc9 H- Addresa A. M. Post Office.
NOTICE TO C0NTEACT0E8.
SEALED PROPOSALS WILL BE RE.
eelved ap to the 10th day of October for the erection of a
Wooden Buildirg. Plans and Specifications, together with all
other information may ba obtained at the office of
C. J. WALL.
oc9 Architect, 27 Merchant 8c
TUt RENT OR PURCHASE HOUSE OF
Sve or snore Rooms, furniahed or untarnished, avoaiea
sion October. Apply (sell) W. this Office.
ALL PERSONS WHOSE WATER RATK8
due on tbe 1st of July. 180, remain unpaid on the
loth of Oct. 1880, wiU have their water shut off without fur
ther notice. O. D. FRKKTil, 0upt- Water Works.
Honolulu. September 23d. 1880. seat 4t
LADIES SAVE YOUR COMBINGS. ALL
kinds of Hair Work made from cut hair and eombiora.
Also, Hair Dyeing. Cleansing, Cutting, Shampooing and
Dressing, Carts aod rrixxles Steamed, at 2 1 8 fort street.
sea 2m N. F. BURGESS.
Dissolution of Co-Partner ship.
mjOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
L tbe partnership heretofore existing between R. W.
Grannis and A. At. Aldridge, doing baaines at tha corner of
King and Bethel Streets, Hoooiula, under the Ann name or
Grannis A Aldraige, is this day dissolved by mutual consent.
A. K A kl ridge will continue the business, Contracting aad
BoikUag, aad will pay all debts betonginr to tbe late firm. .
R. W. GRANNIS,
A. K. ALDRIDGE,
Hooolala. Angus 17th. 1880. aagxl
Notice of Dissolution of Co-Partnerihip.
''HE CO-PARTNERSHIP HRRKTOfORR KX
A istug between J. & Walker. Z. 8. Spalding aod Wa. U.
Irwin, under tbe firm name of WM. G. IRWIN A Co., Is this
day dissolved by mutaal consent. AD liabilities will be ae
samed and Indebtedness collected by Was. G. Irwin, who
alone Is authorised to sign tbe firm name in settlement of lu
affairs. J. S. WALKER,
Z 8. SPALDING,
WM. G. IRWIN.
Honolulu, H. I., Jaly 1st, 1880.
Cflmraernal Wx tmx.
SATURDAY, OCTOBER 16.
NOTES OF THE WEEK.
5" A cotemporary says there are fome old
women ? in this community, which we belirve
and that he is one, as he is past bearing.
f3f Mr. Sterling says, that in respect to certain
coral stones for building purposes which we were
informed he had estimated at 75 cents each, he does
not think were worth more than 25 cents, and that
is all that he would have paid.
ry Aif. and WiU tell Kimo to his face that be is
not fit or able to take car of bis own affairs ; aod
when Wat rebukes the two for their aakiadacas.
they raise a hue and cry that be is stirring ap bad
blood between the parties.
There was a larger muster than usual of
tbe members of the Honoluln Cricket Club on the
ground last Saturday afternoon. Although two
full elevens were not available, a scratch double
wicket match was got up, and a very enjoyable
QT Those who get the benefit of tbe recently
instituted Saturday half-holiday should be grateful
to tbe cricket-loving portion of tbe community for
it. There was a manifest sequence of idea and of
effort from the establishment of tbe Cricket Club
to tbe arrangement of tbe holiday.
Bf Doggerel by our devil :
There was an " old woman " who made a great do,
Crying out that the country was going to ru
inand said, if a certain old Shepherd
Waa not gagged, tied, bound and fettered,
There certainly would not be any kind of a ahow
For Iter, or any of her " cousins," high or low.
I.NCiruuiT- A little native girl, whose year were
numbered by the passsge of but a few summers, was
prevsiled npon by an older girl of kleptomaniac pro
pensities to carry away a basket of beef from a
butcher's cart on last Tuesday, tbe 12th insL, and
in consequence of her action she waa brought before
His Honor at the Police Court, After the evidence
had been taken, she was dismissed with tbe Injunc
tion to " go and sin no more."
Tbe funeral of the late Mr. J. II. Coney
took place on Thursday last. . Tbe liev. A. O.
Forbes held services at the residence of tbe de
ceased gentlemau and a Masonic service was said
at tbe tomb wbisb is tbat of the Hon. Haalelea
in the Kawaiabao cemetery. . A large number of
both foreign aod native residents showed their
respect for the memory of the. deceased and their
sympathy witb bis family by attending tbe funeral.
Moreno. We take tbe following from the S. F.
Chronicle . ''Washington, September 28. Cteisr
Celsus Moreno, late Minister of Foreign Aflairs of
the Sandwich Islands, is in this city for Ihe purpose
of calling the attention of the Secretary of State to
tbe question of bow far the credited representatives
of this eountry are expected to interfere in the do
mestic affairs of the several countries to whicb tbey
may be sent. General Comly, the Americsn Minis
ter at Honoluln, took exceptions to tbe adminis
tration or policy of Minister of Foreign Affairs
Moreno , and succeeded in persuading King Kala
kaua that he must retire him from bis Cabinet.
Moreno holds that it was a clear case of bolldox
ing,' in which tbe danger of involviog tbe Sand
wioh Islands in unpleasant controversies with this
country was made to appear so imminent that the
King was virtually powerless to follow bis wishes or
to exercise bis judgment"
jy By tbe mail to hand yesterday per Lan
cashire Witch we have the following sporting news.
At tbe New Market Autumn meeting, on tbe first
day, 28th Sept. The Hopeful stakes for two-year,
old colts and fillies was won by Maskelyne, Border
Queen second, Abara third; nine ran. The Great
Foal stakes for three-year-old colts and fillies wete
won by Robert the Devil, Bend Or second, Muriel
third; seveu ran.
BsAcoa Pare, (Mass.), Sept. 25 St. Julien's
preparatory heat was trotted in 2 241. An immense
crowd is in attendance. The first heat against time
was trotted in 2.13J. St. Julien, on the second trial
against time, made a mile in 2.16, and was then
taken to bis stable. Tbe track at Beacon Park is
generally oonoeded to be at least three seconds slower
than that at Rochester or Chicago where Maud 8.
made her fastest time.
A poetic ditbdter, who bans around our
sanctum, bands us tbe following Hues, which, be
says, tbe spirit of Byrou communicated to him
after he (the dabster) bad read a metric quotation
and adaptation published by a cotemporary, which
lines, he thinks, will tit 1
Bred in the Courts betimes though all that law,
Aa yet hath taught thee be to find a flaw : t
rat home Instructed In the patriot school.
To rail at party, though a party tool
Who knows, if chance thy honors should restore.
And get the away thou forfeitedst before
Thy scribbling toils some recompense may meet
And raise thee, again to the judgment seat
Then let a client indulge a ploua hope,
And greeting thus, present thee with a rope.
Leader of tbe gang I man of bitter mind .
Skilled to condemn, as to traduce mankind,
Tbia cord receive, reserved for ties with care.
To wield in judgment, and at length to wear."
, Arrival or the Ticonderoca. Tbe U. S.
Sloop of War Ticonderoga arrived in port on tbe
14tb inst., 25 dajs from Kobe, Japan, ana en
route to San Francisco, making on her arrival
there, a tour of the world. She carries a comple
ment of 231 souls, and has as armament six
9-inch guns, two 8-inch pivots, nd one 60-pdr.
Parrott. The Ticonderoga will remain here about
a week or ten days,. Following is a list ol tbe
officer s :
Commodore, R. W. Sbufeldt.
Commander, B. J. Cromwell. I
Litut., K. W. Bturdy, Executive Officer.
Lieut., H. L. Tremaio. Navigator.
Lieut t.. r. J, Drake, Kossuth Nile. C. R. Vreeland.
Enrignr, W, 8. Hughes, F. Fletcher, H. U. Hosley, D.
Chief Bngiutir, F. Q. McKeaa
P. A. Engineer; Sam'l Qragg, J. P. Mickley.
Surgeon, H. M. Welle. . . -
P. J. Suratou, R. U. Urquhart, , , .
Po-ymotftr. W. J. Thomson.
Lieut., D. P. Maanlx, U. a Marine Corps. i
Cadet Engineere, G. W. McElroy , J. R. Wiliner.
Pay Clerk, J. R P. Rosse,
Stiij. Another 8licuk, Tbe residents iu tbe ;
immediate vicinity of 27.6, Beretania street, were j
startled at liaU-past 6 o'clock on Sunday morning. ;
the lUtb inst.. by bearing tbe report of a revolver, j
the dull, heavy thud ol the fall of a human body,
immediately followed by tbe scream of a woman,
and then the mournful native wail which declares
the presence of the grim destroyer. Inquiry
revealed the fact that another viotim bad been
added lo the list of those wbo have taken their
departure to a belter world .by violent means ;
this time, one L. C. Young, an employee in tbe
Customs department, wbo, in a fit of depresviou,
bad shot bimelf in Ibe bead, just above the right
temple, killing himself almost instantly. Deceased
bad left tbe bouse on the previous morning at 3
o'clock to go on board a vessel on wbicb he was
guard, and returned home again at 6.39 on tbe
morning of bis demise, walked into tbe bouse,
bung up bis coat, and stepping into a side verandah
room, almost immediately committed tbe rash act
Young was a native of New York State, and leaves
a native wife and stepson.
17" It is among the on dits, that the senior
editor and part proprietor of a neighboring sheet,
is disgusted with journalism, and desires to vacate
the sanctum and tbe tripod. And we don't won
der at tbe disgust not on aceonnt of editorial
work and war. which we rather like ; but to have
to consort witb a lot of callow qnills. tbat feel
every one tbat the genius of a Greeley . flows from
their innocent nibs. ' How can yon reconcile and
accomodate tbe intrusive and competing effusions
of Willie, Sanny and Frank : John, Tem, and Rev.
Blank ? And how could you. my ion. be so un
mindful of your Harvard honors, your forensic
fame, your military renown, your judicial dignity,
your , Ministerial position ; aod all tbe reminis
cences ol 'cultured and dilettanti Boston and
Salem, to go into tbe wrangle and ribaldry of our
paltry political press arena wherein then- U
neither laud nor lucre; and 'yon must t-ht-tbe
blame of every lob of mud, ' tbat jour
sallow crew may want to throw. You m ule a
mistake my son, like any A-dam son. is apt to do.
Aod you can bardly hope to get back U tie por
tion and ' peace you turned.away from. Yet we
Whilst tha lamp of life holds out to burn
Tha vilest lawyer may refarm."
NOTES OF THE WEEK.
S" The motto of the Press Gang. " Your adyer
tisement, or your life."
The brutality and cowardice of money bags,
can never be appreciated by a moneyed man, till a
heavier bag than bis comes down upon him.
A typographical error in the date of the letter
of Eamebameha ITL to Minister Wyllie, appears in
last Saturday's Advertiser. Tbe year should be
1846 instead of 1840. And any one having any
knowledge, as a competent editor should have, of
our state papers, and of this prominent document
among them, would never think of taking us to task
about the authenticity of the document, on account
of an obvious misprint.
Suprdtx Court. The Court has been occupied
daring tbe week with mixed and Foreign Jury eases.
Tbe latter will probably be concluded during tbe
early part of next week. The ease Kaleohemahema
ts. Pahau and others, in which some general interest
is taken on account of the Eanaina estate being in
volved, was to have come off on Wednesday last, but
was on the motion of Mr. Preston one of the counsel
for the plaintiff continued until next week.
Tbe moonlight nights of the past week recal to
mind tbe concerts in Emma Square, to whicT Ilerr
Berger has accustomed us. The band is enjoying
at least let us hope so a well-earned holiday, and
we must content ourselves with a " silent moon."
Willingly too, every one of us. What would Hono
lulu be without its band ? Possibly here, as else
where, some live who have no soul for music, but for
the greater part of us, the Saturday concerts and
the moonlight serenett is, are parts of our ordinary
life which we should be sorely vexed to part witb.
HF" The last new Minister of tbe Interior is going
to have the offensive odors that come from the tidal
flats in front of tbe town put down witb a strong
band. Any one who has occasion to go near tbe
fore-shore on a calm evening has discovered that
Mr. Carter's newly projected work is a highly desir
able one. The reclamation will no doubt in time
amply repay its cost to the country, irrespective of
the sanitary benefits it may confer upon tbe town.
Tbe area reclaimed will be valuable when available,
and a great deal more so twenty years bence. If the
ancGovernment has the wisdom to refuse to part with
tbe fee simple of it untit it is worth ten times what it
may cost to reclaim, a good income may be derived
from it in the mean time if let on fair terms for
building leases. , ,
The heavy rain of the other night, made tbe
weak places of our street formations very visible.
We were glad to notice tbat one or two good cross
ings were formed, where some of the principal
streets intersect one another. True this was done
after tbe rain was all over and when the Btreets were
half dry again. But " better later than never " is a
good motto for an easy-going population, like that of
Honolulu. Perhaps it will rain again before the new
crossings are worn down to the general level. The
sight of them and of the mud that preceded them in
cites the question; Why not have such crossings
throughout the busy part of the town.r aod why not
keep them always in good order so tbat when the
rain comes they may be there for use ?
Arrival of thb Lancashire Witch. Tbe yacht
Lancashire Witch arrived in port on tbe 15th inst.,
after a very pleasant voyage of 13 days from San
Francisco. The yacht has on board her owner. Sir
Thomas Heskith Bart, of Rofford Hall, Lancashire,
England, and two friends, Mr. Sadlier and Mr. Mur
ray. Tbe Lancashire Witch is the vessel that' was
sent by her owner under command of her Captain,
Esfelden, from San Francisco to Socorro Island, to
rescue the survivors of tbe wrecked Hawaiian vessel
Mathilde, lost off tbe Mexican Coast some weeks
since, and the generous act brought forth encomiums
from tbe entire eastern press. The Witch will remain
only a short time in this port, a trip among the
islands being contemplated, including a visit to
Re i cr. or the ( " Julia Long." The news
from the Arctic by the schooner Julia Long ia
quite interesting, cwpcoiully ae besides ber report
she brings us of the different whalers euccees,
we also receive news of the schooner Loleta's
haps and mishaps, whicb is not included in the
report of the captain of that v easel. From in
formation, gleaned it ia ascertained that the
Loleta had made a partially successful cruise
along tbe Russian shore, and had obtained a
quantity of bone and some ekius.' In eoming to
the southward, and while passing close to Point
Hope for a good winding, a boat from the Amer
ican cutter Thomas Cor win hailed, hove her too,
and boarded her. For supposed sufficient cause
the Loleta was then taken in charge by Lieut.
Rycroft of tbe cutter with a crew, (on August
28 tb) and set sail for Plover Bay to obtain wood
and water preparatory to proceeding to San
Francisco. En route for Plover Bay, the weather
thickened, a heavy fog Retting in and the point
intended to be made waB mis6cd and this fact
being ascertained, it is reported that the vessel's
course was chunked by the revenue officer. At
10.30 P. R. on the night of the 4th of Septem
ber, during the prevalence of a thick fog, the
Loleta struck on the westerly end of St. Law
rence Island. Attempts were immediately made
to get out anchors to haul tbe vessel off and
boats were lowered to carry the anchors out to
deep water, the sea wits very rough, the wind
blowing almost it gule, and the gloom of night
waa enhanced by the prevailing fog, making the
attempt most dangerous to the lives and limbs of
the men enguged. Heavy seas rolled in and
dashed the boats, first one and then tbe other,
against the anchor until each in turn filled and
drifted away, and the anchor was dropped along
side. Attempts were then made to save stores
and clothing, and provisions were thrown over
board, witb the hope tbat they would drift
ashore. The only boat left on board, wae in an un
fit condition to bo ventured in, and tbe force of the
gale precluded the possibility of attempts to re
pair. Finally all hands reached shore in safety,
only two natives were found to be dwelling on
that portion of the island, things looked
rather gloomy fnr an early deliverance and prepa
rations were made to winter. After tbe abate
ment of tho gale, whicb had continued for five
days, it was concluded to make an attempt to re
pair the remaining boat with the materials at
hand, and endeavor to reach' Plover Bay and ob
tain assistance. The repairs were made, and a
crew having volunteered, the boat uedar tbe
guidance of chief mate Parmcnter, who waa ac
companied by Lieut. Rycroft, set out oo the voy
age of seventy odd miles across tbo dreary waste
of icy waters. , Fortune favored their safe arrival
at Plover Bay on the 14th of September, forty
eigbt hours after their departure from St. Law
rence Island, they found there the steam whaler
Mary and Helen, Captain Owens, and the schoon
er Julia Long, Captain Gilley. Captains Owens
and Gilley immediately tendered their assistance
and started witb tboir vessels for the scene of the
wreck and arrived at St. Lawrence island on tbe
18th and rescued the remainder of the orcw.
The Loleta ' trip waa thus brought to an un
timely end, but happily without the loss of a
man. She now lies high and dry upon the de
serted shores of St. Lawrence Island, Nine of
tbe Loleta's crew were transferred to tbe steam
whaler Mary and Helen, one to the bark Pro
gress, and five came in the schooner Julia Long
to this port. Captain Dexter and officers Parmen
ter and Duval also came in tbe Julia Long, and
they feel disappointed at tbe abrupt ending of
their cruise. .. . ! ,
Goo Yoo Jb Co. announce that they have
bougni the business heretofore conducted by L.
Aeu, corner King and Nuuanu streets.
GP&Irv Bleilelrey announces the establishment
of a new industry in tbe shape of bis Brush Fac
tory on Hotel street. , ,
ST W. D. Bamber, formerly with Bamber & Co. 'a
Express of San Francisco, has started an Express for
packages and baggage. His office is at Pickering &
Co,s, corner of King and Fort streets. Visitors fram
tbe other islands can order their purchases sent' to
him and be will see to their being properly marked
and shipped on inter-island steamers or schooners to
their destination. Packages and baggage delivered
anywhere and every where at low rates.
f3 The store lately renovated at the corner 1 of
Vnrt aad King streets has not long remained without
a ttLint. It is now being fitted ap for occupation by
" .i'i. Pi xering Sc. Co. Mr. Pickering, of this firm,
j know a t . old residents bere as having been the
first to e ablisb a Mosie Store in this city twenty
four years ago. After a long wandering in other
lands be has concluded tbat Hoooiula is tbe best
place after all. . The business be now. carries on is
varied, a his advertisements show; bat musio is still
the favorite. ' ' 1 ' :"
"A Pertixest Inquiry. The Grocer and Coun
fry Merchant of San Francisco, quote as, and com
ments as follows : The Cbrnmrciaf Adver
tiser. Honolulu, of September 4th says:
We are sensitive about our Treaty of Recipro
city, and we have reason to be so. It has wrought
remarkable and beneficient change s for us in four
year?, and promises a continued expansion and
advancement of our islands' prosperity. Hut will
it be renewed, is the anxious enquiry in every
one's mouth. We think so. We have a great
deal of faith that way. And in order In give a
reason for tbe faith that is within us, we look
beyond opinions or discussions, either here or on
tbe Pacific coast. America's heart is iu the strat
egic importance of this archipelago. We nnty
gain more than our share out of tbe treaty, and
we may be in fault sometimes; yet we will uot
alienate the feeling and continental policy that
looks this way. Eastern reSnera will lobby a
good deal, and even States may be against ns.
yet for all that statesmen the statesmen of
America are with us in this matter. We are not
going to be lobbied out of our treaty. We will
not be lobbied out of the good will of America
tbat did not need a bonus for hat she gave;
and will not require any other advantage to grow
oat of ber concession to us. than the assimila
tion with the continent to which the concession
"The question is why are tbe people of tbe
islands so sensitive, and anxious about their so
called Reciprocity Treaty. . Is it on account of
complications growing out of the advent of Mr.
Moreno at tbe islands, or tbe Chinese opium
question, in connection with wbicb the King came
so near' making an ' irreparable mistake? Or Is
it because of tbe fact that tbe benefits ave over
wbelmingly on one side, and the fear thut dis
cussion may develop the true situation of affairs
in relation to it. We can commend tbe honesty
of expression of the .fidoerfaer in reference to
their share of benefits accruing from tbe treaty.
This is quite in contrast with statements which
have appeared in some publications in this city
during the last twelve months. If through the
generosity of this country the island kingdom
which wa struggling for existence has been en
abled lo make advancement in many ways, there
is no occasion for regret on our part, nor will
it injure the prospects for renewal of the treatv,
that tbe Hawaiian people admit tbe beneficient
results that have thus far attended it. How far
the United States is disposed to go on in demon
strations of charity, is something worth consid
ering, and also if the treaty of reciprocity witb
tbe Hawaiian kingdom is purely an act of gener
osity on our part, what justice there is in renew
ing it. .
'If as is stated tbe value of this treaty to the
United States is in 'the strategic importance of
tbe archipelago,' the limit of that value may well
be considered, and the problem for statesmen to
solve is bow to secure tbe greatest and most
permanent results. Facts, not sentiment, must
determine tbe future course ol this country in
reference to the treaty."
London, Sept. 14. Inquiry leaves little doubt that
tbe placing of a mine of dynamite under the rails of
the London & Northwestern line, was a deliberate
attempt to wreck the express train to Scotland,
which passed over the rails two hours previous to
the discovery of tbe mine yesterday morning. There
were 27 dynamite cartridges, each about three
inohes long and one inch in diameter, connected
with the rails by a rubber tube filled with powder
and caps. The dynamite was soaked by the recent
London, Sept. 15. In connection with tbe dyna
mite affair suspicion points to three or four dis
charged railway servants. Nobody has yet been ar
rested. An Oldham dispatch says that the cotton spinners
have resolved to run their mills only four days in
A Manchester telegram states tbat owing to the
continued depression in the Irish linen trade flax
spinners will after October 4th reduce tbe working
days, to four per week. An upward movement in
raw cotton is threatened.
The Scotch iron masters have resolved to relight
half tbe furnaces put out during the strike of the
Dublin, Sept. 20. Parnell addressed a great meet
ing of tenant farmers at Ennis on Sunday, and set
forth the line of policy which he wished to see carried
out. in order to secure an early settlement of tbe
land question. The main features of the programme
are unanimity of action among tbe Irish members,
independence of English political parties, refusal to
pay more than what tbe tenant considers fair rent,
and social excommunication of any person taking a
farm from which another has been evicted for non
payment of rent.
London, September 19. Troubles are rising in
the Lancashire cotton trade. The masters having
refused an advance of wages, 50,000 operatives
have given notice of a strike. The masters, who
are closely associated, yesterday decided to refuse
arbitration and to resist. ' Tuey also resolved to
put all works on half-time to prevent their opera
tives from aiding tbe strikers.
Manchester, September 20. An offer in arbitra
tion made by tbe Strike Committee of Operatives
has been refused.
London, September 2S. Destructive floods oc
eured on Saturday and Sunday in tbe districts of
Bedford, Bedwoi tb, Mai ton. Newbury, Beaton and
Sheffield, causing great damage to crops and other
London, September 14. All the unauthorized
religious congregations have signed the compromise
letter. Tbe excitement among tbe Republican
groups continues. The political situation is obscure
and uncertain. Changes in the Ministry are re
garded as probable, and are freely discussed. A
coolness undoubtedly exists between Premier de
Freycinet and Gambetta.
Paris, September 17- It is stated that the Minis
ters are of the opinion that tbe execution of the
religious decrees should be suspended until the law
Courts shall have decided upon the actions already
brought by tbe confraternities.
New York, Sept. 19. A special lo the Herald
from Paris says : We are in tbe throes of a serious
Ministerial crisis, unexplainable by any other cause
than a determination on tbe part of Gambetta's
creatures in the Cabinet to rid themselves of M. De
Freycinet, whose moderation, integrity, and inde
pendence of character, and, above all, unity of views
witb President Grevy. do not suit the President of
the Chamber. The circumstances that have led to
the breaking up of the Ministry have all pointed to
this conclusion, and M. De Freycinet'a speech at
Montauban furnished tbe desired pretext. So clearly
has, tbe influence of Gambetta been maintained in
the . matter that even tbe opposition journals bave
been gloating over it for eight or ten days past as
being certain to bring about the fall of tbe Ministry ;
but were doubt on tbe subject possible it would be
dispelled by the fact tbat after tbe Cabinet Council
last evening M. Constans thought so little of resign
ing, and M. Grevy was sure tbat the difficulty was
arranged tbat the President prepared to start this
morning for Jura. - But in the meanwhile M. Gam
betta had an interview witb M. Constans wbicb was
followed by the resignations of Cazot and General
Paris, September 20. The crisis in the Cabinet
resulted in tbe formation of tbe following Ministry :
Jules Ferry, Premier ad interim, and Minister of
Foreign Affairs ; Do pre, Minister of Marine ; and
Carnot, Minister of Public Works. The other Minis
ters remain unchanged. The new Minister's term
it only destined to await tbe meeting of the Chambers.
De Freyoinet falls because in bis Montauban speech
he declared the Government would pursue its policy
without blustering, which was a reply to Gambetta's
Cherbourg speech, , and to tbe blustering policy
therein enunciated. He falb because he publicly
ventured to throw off Gambetta's leading-strings.
. Berlin, September 21. The great subject of dis
cussion in the German papers is tbe Ministerial crisis
in Paria. Journals of all shades of opinion are fairly
unanimous in expressing suspicion and dread of
Gambetta. Several speak of his policy of revenge,
whilst the Rtichbole (Conservative) concludes an
article in tbia language : " In aummoning this
Ministry, President Grevy is digging bis own grave.
Gambetta will before long have filled all Ministerial
and diplomatic posts with bis creatures. He will
then replace Grevy. Gambetta's name signifies war
to tbe knife against tbe Church and revenge against
Paris, September 23. The papers of all shades of
opinion agree that the appointment of Bartbolemy
Saint Hilaire as Minister of Foreign Affairs is a
guaranty of a pacifio policy, i
. , London, September 23. A Paris dispatch says :
Tbe known partiality of Bartbolemy Saint
Hilaire for Greece is probably the cause of his ap
pointment to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs.7
Paris, September 24. The Rejmbliqu Francaiu
ays : The programme of tbe new Cabinet con
sists in the execution of the religious decrees for tbe
suppression of tbe non-authorized orders ; compul
sory aod gratuitous secular primary education, and
serious reforms in the Magistracy, tbe necessity for
wbicb is again demonstrated by pro-clerical demon
strations at Poictkrs and Angiers. Tbe foreign
policy of tbe Ministry is an honorable peace, such as
benefits one of the leading Powers of tbe world." At
the Cabinet Coanoil. yesterday, it was agreed tbat
tbe proceedings against non-religious orders should
be gradual, preference being given to cases unlikely
to provoke legal conflicts, Tbe idea of convening
the Chamber before the usual time was rejected.
The Ministry of Worship has been oflered to Devee,
bat was declined through fear tbat tbe appointment
might be made tbe subject of untoward discussion. '
Imports into. France during the eight months
ending August 81st show an increase compared with
tbe corresponding period in 1879 of 250,000,000
franca, Exports have increased 108,000.000 francs
daring tbe seme time. Tbe increase in imports is
almost exclusively in food, and the increase in ex
ports is mainly manufactures. The total imports
exceed tbe exports by 109.800,000 francs.
India und Afghanistan.
London, Sept. 19. A court or inquiry has beeu
appointed to inquire iu regard to General Bur
rows" defeat. Tbe Covet nuient is undecided what
to do in regard to Caudabar. Its strategical value
consists in its blocking the only way to India. It
is contended, however, lli.it its permanent occu
pation would entail too heavy a burden on India
and the city itself, ii is probable thut tbo British
troops will retire to Khojak pass, resting wit bin i
striking distance and possessing the military con
trol of the valley.
The Viceroy of India telegraphs tbat Ayoob
Khan is two inaicheH beyond Ginsbka, on the road
to Herat. It is rumored that the ZuruaJwii peo- -pie
offered ti assist liiia. bill ihal he refused. Tbe
telegraph line from Cundtliar to India has been
Simla, Sept. 20. Tbe Cabul district is quiet In
Calcutta it seems clear tbat the Government has
resolved to abandon Kbyber pass. Mahomed Jan
has written a letter offering bis services unre- .
servedly to tbe Ameer, but be is mill tery ill at !
Waidak. His brother, who has been witb tbe
Ameer at Cabul, has been sent back with numer
ous presents. Tbe Ameer has paid four months'
arrears of pay lo the troops in Cabul. Tbe army
in Turkestan bus acknowledged ihe Ameer.
London, Sept. 21. A dispatch from Lahore
says: By a landslip at Naine Tal, Bengal, eleven
British officers, fifteen soldiers und eleven i other
people were killed and four injured.
Bombay, Sept. 23. Following are tbe details
of tbe land-slip at Naini Tal, Bengal, which re
sulted in the death of a number of British officers
and soldiers and other persons: Rain began fall
ing heavily ou Friday, and poured steadily until
Saturday afternoon, when tne gauge showed a fall
of twenty-five inches in forty hours. All the'
rouds were cut to pieces, lu the forenoon of
Saturday it wus rumored that the Victoria Hotel
was in a dangerous state. The alarm was giveu
to the visitors in the hotel, who took shelter else
where before tbe building fell. About thirty
natives were buried in the ruins. , Tie police and
a band of laborers and soldiers were quickly on
the spot. About noon there waa a sudden roar
and rumbling, followed by a vast cloudburst. The
lake rose in a moment far above it usual height -and
swept in a massive wave toward tbe.weir,
where an enormous land slide came down, burying
the hotel and tbe band of rescuers, with tl.a dis
astrous result already mentioned, . ft,
Calcutta, Sept. 23. The remainder of Vie Sta
tion of Naini Tal is in Imminent danger.' The
country beyond Bareilly Is flooded.
Chicago. Sept. 17. A Tribune Montreal special
says: A cable received from Sir John A, Mac
Donald announces a contract for the completion of,
tbe Canada Pacific Kailway has been made by tbe
Government with Knglish, French and American
capitalists, subject to Ihe approval of thn Domi
nion Parliament. No details nie given, but tbe
negotiations are absolutely complete. . ; ; ,
Quebec. Sept. 13. A pHstotal teller from Ihe
Archbishop wus rend in the Itusilica )strday de
ploring the continued emigration horn this pro
vince to the United Stales, und sjipeuling to tbe
generosity, charity nnd patriotism of the people
to lake steps ntraiusl the movement.
' The Ceipr.
Loudon, Sept. 9. Cape Town uews is to the ef
fect that thu Cape mounted rides have euteied
Basut ili nd und encamped at Maseru. I.ethorodi's
loice inimtieied (idO. It was famed ttndi pu railed
several miles. A number ol men am rattle were
captured. The colonial only had one man
wounded. The Jlnsutu are said, lo reluse all
terms, and war is considered Inevitable.
London, Sept. 2IJ. -News from Cape Town is
that 1200 Iianutos attacked Unletitig. ot the ;.21t
tnst. Fighting continued all dy nl both places.
The rebels were ultimately repulsed.
New York, September 24. Panama advices of (be
ICtb inst., says : The Peruvians are drilling and or
ganizing their army for the protection of Lima and
fortifying the city. Even the Chinese are joining
in tbe enthusiasm, and the nucleus of a Chinese
guard has already been formed of six of lbs richest
Chinamen in the capital, and a corps of some men of
the best Chinese society is oflered. The Chi use
haviog no diplomatic representative, ia Peru, tbey
bave decided to put themselves under the protection
of the British flag. as. hailing from Hongkong, many
of them bave a right to do. ,..
At Valparaiso, August 13th, as ibe steamer with
tbe mail was leaving port, a severe shock of an earth
quake was experienced, which is supposed lo have
caused considerable damage. It was 'reported at
Oquimo that the town of Iliapel, in Ihe interior, had
been destroyed by the shock and some 200 persons
Washington, September 24. The Chilean' Minis
ter to-day received advices, stating that 2600
Chileans occupied a point north of Lima ou the 1 1 lb
of September, and that tin expedition would advance
from there, in conjunction with other forces and the
blockading equudron, to atuck Ihe capital.
New Yoi k, September 15. A Herald cablegram
from Paris says : In connection with the royal
christening at Madrid the llazille 'publishes to-day
amnesties for political and common, law. offender,
and reduces many sentences. In cotourMrforafloff of
the birth of the Infanta. Tbe Government has tele
graphed to the authorities of Puerto Jtico.Jeliieg
them lo apply $20,000 to aqueducts, pons, schools and
otter public works. All Ibe crowued beads and gov
ernments in Europe bave telegraphed congratula
tions to Ihe King and Queen Christine. In all Ihe
Lord Chamberlain has received 1500 telegrams of
congratulation. All tbe leaders of ibe dynastie par
ties bave, on this occasion, shown their loyalty, aod
their journals consider Ihe birth of hu 'heiress to
King Alfonso as an event highly favorable to Ibe
prospects of the monarchy. In the act ;of baptiata
Queen Isabella held Ihe Infanta over an sac teat teal
expressly brought from Ihe Convent of Santo Domin
go, aud iu which the Saint had been baptized in tbe
Middle Ages 'After Ihe ceremony fl.' Infanta,
Maria Isabella, was taken hack lo her apartments.
Other festivities will take place in October, when
Queen Chrisiine is churched iu the Atocb Cathedral.
Then bull-fights ami popular entertainments trjU, be
giveu to ihe Town Council. The Kiug aud Ibaptber
members o! the royi! fumily and Ihe Archduchess
Elizabeth of Aur:u buve given Urge sums for tbe
poor and ihe lioi-piials. The only persons present at
the time ol Queen Christine's delitery ..were. KLag
Alfonso, Queen Isxbella, tbe Grand Duches Eliza
beth of Austria, the Marquese f Hani Ciuz, the
Duchess of Medina de Los Torres and the chief
ladies of the Queen's and the young Infanta's house
holds. The royal household. has Leei, thrown into a
fervor of jealousy by Ihe marked pre fersnoa t)'n
to foreigners. The Austrian doctor who attended
the Queen, and an English woman who officiates as
bead nurse, are the special objects of aversion. Tbe
Princess of Asturias loses bee title by. the? birth of
the Infanta, and is styled the Infanta Isabella in the
Cairo, Septeinber ie. The eoudiionefl the' Nil
causes anxiety. It is unmrisfacfory'nird'Wveral
weeks late. The inundation is lower Ibau at a cor
responding period in 1879. Irrigation, however,
proceeds well.. There are some complaints from ibe
interior that the cotton crop has suffered, but to
what extent is not known. ; .i. '.. m
London, September 24 The Anglo-American
Cable Company announce thai after the 1st of Octo
ber tbe tariff from New York and Canada to tbe
United Kingdom will be increased to 50 cents per
word ; Government messages, half cable ratee ;
press messages, 25 cents, with deferred rate of ,124
cents. Tbe rate to France ( and places byyond j th"
United Kingdom remains unaltered 124 cents, bat
on after December 1st it will be increased to 50
cents, and Government messages' one-balf cable
rates. Tbe Direct Cable will also increase tq 50
cents per word on and after October 1st,'" " 1
London, Sept. 20. The Stnrulnul says With
relerence to the American fishery di-pute repotted
from New York, and the alleged violence shown
by Newfoundland fishermen toward the. American
vessel Moro Castle in Conception Bay, we may
state I hat Her Majesty's sbipi DcIdr Ceejef t. and
Flamingo have been ' ordered lo the' fisheries
New York, Sept. 19. A Paris dispatch In tbe
lit rail sayB : Our Berlin correspondent tele
graphs as follows: I learn fiom trustworthy
sources tbat the Kassiau revolutionary party has
assumed a totally different altitude from what It
has previously held towards tbe Russian Govern
ment. Having seen tbe little that has been accom
plished in the way of attaining their objects, tbe
Nihilist leaders have decided to adopt in tbe future
a totally different line of procedure from tbat
which they bave heretofore pursued. It bas been
determined, so I am informed, that tbe movement
henceforth shall be conducted to b way of secret
political agitation.'. ,Thc leaders are now wfc:hjDg
tbe progress of eveols on Ihe Balkans, aod are said
to be in constant .communication, with. Eysian
Poland, whose sympathy tbey expect to secure, iu
tbe event of a war between Russia and Austria."
It appears tbat among tbe assets of the City of
Glasgow Bank was a gold reef fa ihn Indlsri mines,
to wbicb public attention bus aiely jbeeti jUJrrjftfd,
and it now appears that this' claim " has proved
very rich : indeed it is rumoured thai its products
may ; possibly be of. eafllcient, rub to j-aluriva
moiety of tbe Bank's UlehUj thJpyovut Mlirbieb
utterly ruined so many previously well-to-do
shareholders. But those (and much tne larger
number) wb-i bave failed or compounded with, tbe
liquidators will liava ao ' abara u tWa windfall,
which will go to tha very emaJliOiunber wbo bave
been rich enough to weather tbe storm, and retaiu
their position on the roll. .1 1 i . J V u.lA i ii I
Ottawa, Sept. 21. It is said Ifaat Major' Walsh,
of tbe mounted police, bas secured fitting Bull for
three years for a company of Canadian, wbo pro
pose making a tour of tbe United States snd
Canada with him, beginning ou January 1st- H
will appear ln border, life, drama.