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rbing tr cargo. - ... -
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PACIFIC COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER, MARCH 17, 1SS3.
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Reception at Iolani Palicc
On M.iinLr, lth
Hii Majt-ty tl.c Kin:
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Hit F.fl! iiry tha Mir.i,r. r of rrcirj ArTir,
aft.r l-.tj d ily aiiuoun.-nl by tli Vi..c-ri,ariiK-r-Iin.
i.r,.-nu l f. Hi, Mj.-,ty Mj ,r Jti.e, Hay
W.hI. hin:, UT hrifatini Maj..--ty i C:uijii,,i r
an.l C'-.n-ul-fo nrral. h., (.M.-sCnVil l:. r A-lmirnl
Alernort I.yi.n,, ("..iiiriianlcr-in-Cbif ..f II. I:.
M. Naval Fore? in tint I'a. iJic.
I-ar Admiral I.y.,ri4 th n ,rfnt.d t-. Hi,
Maj.-,tv th? ),ft'n'cr4 ..f hi, staflT, and tl.- a.ri
nd i.trn-. r ..f H. I;. M. S. Swift, ure. in th..- t A-Ii-inird
r : - t aj.'ain IKnry f'uiupti.n Ait. ln,or. :
Mr. (;. .,ri;; I.id 1-II. S. cr tary ; Fla-I.i..ut riant
A. Kn Thorna, : I.i. u tenant V. (i. Vn L r Il;.l ;
I.ieu t-riant Halting I;.,vky lw ; Staff Snrc.ti
l:)-rt H. M r; ; far.tain II. I I:obin-n. I:.yal
Marin.rt. L. I.; A,,i,tarit I'ayinaf r H-.-nry Iiaw
tn ; .i' lit'-naiit A. F. V tin II ; ('l.i-f Fri'in. . r
(,'barIM M. Johti,ti ; Sul.-I.i. ntnaiit J. II. f;..Id
tio.rii ; Mid-Ili)tnan V. KrilAy Ivarli : Mid
t.hi.rnaii II. J. I.. I'Urt'i: Mi.I.liii.mati .I..!m I:.
Fild. H ; Mr. Alfr. d riark- ; Mr. F lrnun l r.i,..
Major ViKI:oiiv th. n .r.--. nt-d to Hi M:ij-ty
Mr. T!i-. If. Iavit-4. II. r ita:mi- Maj--.tv'.-i
Hi Maj sty wa att. n-h don tlii .:-i.ii by tin.
Hon. A. S. I. -h..rr ; Hon. A. I". J.idd. i U.iu-c-II..r
; th.jir F.r. l!. ii-i h V. M. (iil-.on. Miniitt-r
f.f Fori:i;;t Affiirt, J..!m V.. I;.i-h. Miiti-tcr -f the
Interior; K. I"rf,ton. At tortiy-f l.Mi-raI ; '..Ionds
C. T. Iaukea and J. H. It .yd ; Mijors T. liuli. k
and A. Il.r,: ; and Vi.-t -Clianil-rlain Major F.. W.
Mk. Wii.i.hm V..m is this day ai.;.int' d Air. nt
t taki A.-kriow Iod. iii-nts t I-alx.r intrai.'ts be
tween Ma-t-rs and Servants within the Iii-triot if
Ilotiolillu. l-tland of Oahu.
JOHN F. l:lSII.
Mi.ii.,tor of Intt ri.M-.
Inturior Otli -u. March 1 I. H-:J. iii. hK It.
Tcitsrwr t resolution of th T.-isbi tivo
Ass.-i.iblv .isv-d May t. t!i- Ilirthdiv of
Kaiii. '.a in I. i III.. Marr!i 17. will b o!vrv.-il as a
National Holiday, and all i..vi rin.i. nt olVi. i s
throughout the Kingdom will 1. 1 1 on that
jn. r. nusii.
Minister of thr- Intt-rior.
Interior OiVu e. Man h 0, HS J.td
Tl following autoranli lutu-r, addrcssf.l to His
Majctv Kalaka-aa. has lc'n received from His j
Majesty t!ie Kiir- of S r'ia. aiinounc-in that he
has taken the title of Kin; :
Sir. 31 v ISrotiieu :
The Kreat Kuropcan I'oWers, re-united in '
ffress at ISrIin. having sol-mnly decre-1 iv tf.e
Treaty of July bl. ls7s. the in 1 :. -iid-ii'- of l i.
and ll.e Servian jieojilir. availiu-; th" ii-. !.-. ' :.i
incontestable ri Iit. have .1 -eid.-d f iat tli- : . r.-: ;n
rwer would find in the Ii val di n:tv th - - !.--hioii
conform iblc to ihe in' -v-' ts a:i 1 n: Is "f 1 -
Country. I have de.iiiol it i dury towards my i
country to resrii'l to this i . . il of my i.-ooj.-.
and e..ii e.iiently have is.-iin-.l for Jly-i If bi-1 !
Successors tin; tit le of K::i i of S ivij. I aMi r- j
niia.l d Vi.itr Majesty will !. ..nr with K.vwtulhy
th announcement of. this ev-:i t. ::d lam 1 1 ; : j v j
to ;;ive to Your Mije-ty i'l- assuivfu-e that t!i-
relations which I felieitate Mv.-.-l' n -.n inauitraf- j
iir with Your Majesty will ever l-ar the i:ii.resj i
of an unfailing crdiahly. It is with tbe
seiitiineu ts that I -ay Your M ijesty to arcij.! the
ci prestioii ot tne hfiti cst.-em anrl ol i:ie Mne. r
affection with whi-h I am.
Sir, My Urother
Of Your Majesty.
The iood Ilioth. r.
rl;rado. March li. 2. Milan.
To His Majesty Kalakaua I.,
Kin;; of Hawaii. marl Ot.
The following autriKiaph letter, addressed to His
Maj-sty. has lu'wll received from His Kxcell.-.j.-y
the President of the ll'-pu'-lic of Guatemala :
T- Kutino Ilarri.M ticiieral of Iivisi..n and t'onsti
tutional President of the Kepublic of Guatemala.
Tit IK M-ij'tty tUr Kiuff " ll-tir,iii (JitEaT AM
GX)i Fuikni : I have the honor to inform Your
Majesty, that the National Assembly have declined
t permit mo to resign the Constitutional Prcsi
ilencv of the Itepublic-. which I had proposn.l on
account of ill health ; au.l having decided to un
dertake aain the.char-;.' of public duties. I entered
ujn them on the tifth of this month (January).
In taking nin myself a-'ain the responsibility of
my delicate (unctions. I resolved to yive an early
and anxious att ntioii to t!n; luaintenance of the
rood relations which happily exist with Your
Majestv'j Government, ami offcrm-' tip vows f..r
the pr.'.siicrity of your country, and for the p-r-nonal
happincs of Y-.ur Majesty. I am well
pleased to say that I am.
Your Maj. -sty's U yul and Gmm1 Friend.
T. llrrixo IJarkios.
I?v the Secretary of State having charge of Foreign
"Kelations. ' Fkbnando Cni z.
Given at tinatcmala. January 10. ls:. In con
formity. Kl ticial Mayor. Jokoe Pkako.
ml 3t "
Licenses Expiring in March, 1883.
KKT AlLr-O IIC.
1 I-atne t'o.. F-si'lauaJe, U..nlulii.
1 Aiaua, W aianae.
1 Jdo. A. I'li-r k Co., cer. Fort and Merchant street.
1 I. W. flark. K-rt utreet. Honolulu-
2 Wru. Turner. KniR street. Honolulu.
6 II. J. Ailtirw, KiuU ftreet. Honolulu.
6 rlitii W . Nnuanu Ktreet. Ilouelnlu.
M Ho Yuck K.e. I iinehlKiwI street. Honolulu.
14 Hart I!r.' . Hotel trr-t. Honolulu.
15 Yil Wo. Nuuali.l Mreet. Ii..iioIil;i.
1 j Kwonil Mni Kee k .. Kin treet. Honolulu.
li A. W. Ki.'harJs..u Jk t o-, cer. r.rt and Merchant sts..
Honolulu. . ,
IS J. M. at. Jr. i Co.. Merchant street, Honolulu.
15 W. 1. Akin. Nunauu street. Honolulu.
19 ti West. Oiieen street, Honolulu.
1 llVw Yet. cor. ruu.-tilwl and Kius streets, Honolulu,
ej Shun shim;. ueen street. Honolulu.
V. Wolfe. Kma street. Honolulu.
K KT.1 1 1- II A W A 1 1
1 G. W. C. Jones. Keauhou, Kail.
9 F. Ppencer. Wairnea.
kn &c Akoi. Keuhou. Nor. bona.
16 Mm Knt. Manlili. H:lo.
IS I.. AMd. North KoliaU-
Ti lioiijj. Kahalii. Ililo.
so Kaiualal. North
JO L. Akaiuu, Mil;
7 C. KiiC Tin;;. Makawa".
8 Norton k o.. Mukaaa...
8 HHr Tml. Lahaiua.
11 CUa-J,., H.-n. n'ailuku-
11 A'n l.ahaitia.
II Sini! Kee. Kahnlii .
ISKTAH- K.1' l.
Via O. S.-Ji' V"
J 21 Koka, Uana.el. v , CT , , .1 .
. i . . UoTialiepe. Ka.:al
i Wo 11. - ,. I ililia sir.-" is. u, iciuni.
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7 W nkal
1'lir. KVtl.K -
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Mi-rs.uo. Maunakea street
AI - uT:u '. Honolulu
Alina. Hot. n'BtrF t Honolulu
13 M''iLahaina. Maui.
14 ?r.f el. Hotel street. Honolulu
reer i Co.. Queen -treet. Ih.uolul ,.
Koelltn. Hanalei. Kauai.
1 r.l' M.iT". wailuku. Maui. .
3 B- y. J:.r. I.ahaina. Maui-
A, i v Vrivt"
K 1 Kaui
1 Wai L'n. Uatwle.
21 Amnnrf- jiUHIu M'll'1'
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;.,:nr: , " .7., t o.. Mer. U int
L mi IT.
.,., Sprn-T. H.lo. Hawaii ti'.
JI wS. BS-. Hon.'lu u.
1 C- W. P
-5 Jno. A- Pal"" C' cor' Frt " 1 Mer' h'Dt tr"etH'
15 ao Cfconjf. M.anak.. -tt. Honotulu. feW v
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Lo-.M.v, I'.-b. ."jth, 1VS.
I)r. tt. l'ii.s'-Ii. tli- Ciiiiin ti.iti;r.ili-.t
noiitly r turned t V- rlin from lii-. trav. ls
tj loratioiis in iViIynr Mi.-roti. -i.i
M.daur.'si.t, of iif.irlv four v-.tr duration,
f has oiv.-n an iiiT'.unt of
th ..'raj.hi' al Soci. ty
: riv-d at lbiio!ii!i fr...,,
. in a stay of i v.. . 1.
; soiiii; Very V.ihlab!.- co!
his t .i- liti. tj .f..ie
I n J mil' 1 7' h.- ar
i II I'rali. i-. '... all 1 .lui
u.'. c. d-d in luakii.";
' rti , i -t. i.:l! v on
i O.ihu and Mam. II- f..i .vard1 n iitiiiih- r of
; bi. , c.utaitiii! Z ' animals. .';0 l plants, many
' initi-TaU. aii 1 a v.-ry I'm" s-t of n.itiv.- xknlls
! from the old Waiin in il. . rem-t.-ry. I n July h-
.- il- I on u If .-.-. i i i i : i b irk f r J.iluit. M ir.ih d
i I-laiil-., wL X- h- M la.i.n-d till Nov. tub. r and
pree.il..! to the iIb. it I, I. m. Is, miking iio!i ad-
.liti .ns to his )uIo:;ii';d. botanical and etiitio-
raphical colli i tioiis at ail points vi-it-d. In
February 1 Sn, he viiiid Kusai- and I'.niap.i,
in the t'arolin. s, and thru I.-avitcj; Micronesia
w ith Its lioit-co..rt .1 l.pill:itioii, tiiriied to the
dark-skinned .M.lam-iaiis. F..r ci';ht months
lie remained in N'-w loitiin. puismno his
studies, atid then, by w tv of Sydney, pior. ed. d
to N. w Zealand in M in-ii and lived for
souie time am .no the Md .i ies. In October he
went by way .f Tories Straits to N'. w (luim a
where he lemail.ed till July ls .in,j th-n re
tiiriK.d te lhirope via llatavia and Naples. His
collections, which will be ib-po-,;t d in the
but Ilthimraphical Museum at Ihilin, contain:
4)0) ethnological objects, '2'XI ku!U. J'M sam
ples of hair, over 2(0 plast- r masks, t iken' from
living individiials, 4iM photooraphs, Jicl sketch, s
and .several tlioii-ands ..f zoological, botanical
and mim-ralo ;ic;:l sp-.-inicns. In the Wsn--Zrll'iH-j,
of IJrtmeli, the leading commercial and
shij pin.o j niru il of ( b-iinany, Ir. FiiiscU has
jil-t published, a series of altieles on the Ha
waiian I-.!. in Is which are of or. at jnt. iot, and
! to which I shall refer more fullv in another
! h tter.
! Another explorer, Huron Miclucho-Maclav, the
'.vim is now m this countrv.
is ubout to return to Australia, where he intends
to prepare for publication the journals of his
prolonged t-xpb, rations in the Pacific Inlands.
'I he fjuZ-'t' of the lMh ult. states that : "The
' ,ici n has been pleased to approve of Mr. V.
ibilk.-b-y Jtdmsoii, a-; Consul (ieneral ut IIouo
k ii. for the Kinoof the Hawaiian Islands.''
The fouimisMou a pon.t. ,1 t inquire into the
, state of atlairs in the stern I'aeitic. will meet
, i; -;t month. I hear that Sir John (Jonil, Into
! Judicial i 'onimis-ioiif r at Fiji, will shortly arrive
i ii re t i a isi in the inijuiry, and ISaroii Michl
! eh. -Macl.ty will be r. .pL sii d to "ive iliforma
va. ht S:iiibea:,
.. ith Sir Thomas llrasst y
ilive.l at Alexalidria last
i:il well, and Sir Thomas
niily on bo ir i.
from Port Said
.! d to .'air:..
1 ii- 'j'ttj.iic ! Jaiiiiaiy "Jiiili contains an arti
cle on a nioht at Kiliu-ii, 11 iwaii, written by
II. Locker, who was ;:s,l slant s:ir.;i nil of the
st-aiii-yacht Ceylon .buiiio her crtii.se round the
woil.l. The accoli-panyiuo illustrations are by
the special artist, C. K. Tripp.
Tin-re will be two coronations in Ihirope
shortly, that of the Czar of Russia, on May 10th,
and that of King Milan, of Servia, in Juno.
Sir Arthur Gordon, late Governor of New
Zealand, will deliver n lecture on the Fiji
Islands at IMi-.ibiiroh n.-xf week. Sir Arthur
recently vi.dted that group on his return from
New Zealand, anil being an extra member of the
Legislative Council at Fiji, he has always re
tained a personal connection with the udiiiiuis
tt.it i"ii of that Crown colony.
" Mr. Joseph liynian, of Honolulu, is now on
the Continent. After visiting lhrlin and Frank
fort, he has gone to Nice to pass the rest of the
winter there with his wife', who is in delicate
According to the annual report of the Imperial
Commissioner fer Emigration, for lsj, only
one sailing vessel left a (iernian port with emi
grants, and she was botin.l for Honolulu.
Loss cf the U. S. S. Ashuelot-
York February 21 A dispatch from
steamer Ashuelot is lost. All of the officers were
savi d ; e leven of the crew drowned. The Ashue
lot was an iron side-wheel paddle vessel, carried
six guns ami of 703 tons burden.
No information of the loss of thel'nitol States
steamship Ashuelot has been received at the
Navy Department at Washington. The report,
however, was not all discredited, as the vessel
was not considered very seaworthy ; in fact, she
was the laughing stock among naval officers.
She was a paddle-whc 1 1, thin plated iron ship,
13; 0 tons displacement, and was what was known
as a double-ender. She was built in 1SG.' for
the purpose of river navigation during the war,
and was used in blockade service.
The officers of the United States steamer A sh
in lot arc as follows: Commander, Horace E.
Mulh n : Lieutenants. Ambrose P.. Wyckoffand
il. nry T. Stockton; Masfo. Frank S. Hotchkiti:
F.tisign, James II. Oliv. r : Paymaster, K. N.
Whitchouse : Past Assistant F.ngine.rs. James
Fntwhistie and Uobert IL Leich : Assistant En
gineer. (L W. Snyder. With a singe exception,
Th.- 1-st v. ss. l was the last of her class of naval
steamers. The old Suwance and the Mohongo at
one tini- v as owned by the Pacific Coast St . am
ship Company, and from her unseaworthiness
was called "Certain Death."
(The following " castigation " by the Wafip
i to the Clironif-If is so well deserved that we re
i pff$?ftoe it in full. Ed. P. C. A.:)
I Ih ing . n Chicago some mouths a ,'o, Mike do
Young "of the Chronicle got himself "intir-
viewed'' by the horse-reporter of the Ttibunr,
1 and gave oil' s great a volume and so pure a
1 ipu.ditv of mendacity about the Hawaiian lleci
' procity Treaty that his performance ouuht to
j strve as a in ..1. 1 for the liars of all future
; ene:ati'.iis. Am . ng the utterances of this
', monumental fibber, professing to act as mouth
i piece for the people of the Pacific Coast, was the
following l.oMe and impressive falsehood :
! -We want the Treaty nbrogat-.! : a' I our
j merchants are opposed to its continuance, for it
j tloes no good to our export trade."
The stn ngtli. sph ndor and sweetness of this
admirable untruth were long unabated by time
and use. ly iteration in his own paper its
author added to its sterling merit -f mendacity the
'race and ch.nm of an iiitspn ssible monotony.
He printed it as he said it and printed it as he
didn't sav it. He turned it tq side down and
inted it that way. turiic.i it . n.i i.r en i .ui.i
int; d it that way. turned it inside out and
.. . . . ii ...i,j:..
put.!-. I 1' mat way. M.' sr.ouine i n its a n-i,ss
months lo-r whelp, and fondled it as 1 .'. !y as a
cow-eh ph-iiit lapping ln-r lithe proboscis about
th- dun loins of her son and lurir. To have s.-eti
him cudlling this sturdy and pr. p.-;. r-oisly
l,v, ly lie y. .u would have stlpp-srd it the i lily
begotten or sol.- stirviv ing tV-prii:g cf ii now im
j. .te'it imagination, and that he feared it wasn't
long f-.r this w.-ild as indeed it was n..t.
I Ml Monday of last Week the Hoard of Trade,
comprising in its membership the b a ling mei-
hatits of the Coast, held their annual meeting
and considered their President's r.-port, from
which we make the following extract :
We have now had nearly s. vtn years' ex
perience of the working of the Ihciprocity
Tr- aty with the Hawaiian King b'tii. and have
found its results, in enlarging our commerce
with those Islands, surpassing the expectations
of its most sanguine friends and gratifying to
all. The opposition to it in some parts of the
the United States comes from those who do not
fully understand it- workings and Lave but a
Mi:. M. K. Ni i v
an.l i;u..i.l f ,r ti..- v
A;-; row I 1
in its l.eii. fit-. If tL"? "ho or. no
it .ii! 1 r.t'1 !y it ;t- :i K.sti'.n il i-1 1 oy , tin-r
:u)x;..:is t j.r . -;r.' -:w.!.ir t it-;t t i
with oth.-r .: i:itri. s. hi-h .v r.;! l i '::.-::r
At!:..tstlc .f our couiitry e.-n tm rt lari;.- y
tl..!i til- II t-v lii.iTi h.vs vi-it 1 s. Iy tl:s
tr a!y, iiv-- f.:;j.iil i-l.nids in the l'.irifii O.-cti,
with i- th.in '.l.iin J" )j.-;Lti. .ti, s r f whom
ar- r. :n v.-d .fi!y no r two cr r:-r iti-.us f r. m
I'.irb in-IC. 1: iv- lite i. til- its mu. Il .b-l"-l. l'-I:t oil
j.r r;. ;- an 1 iuinui iciur. s, a;: i as
n ' nr r-.l: :r;ts as uny country
;t -d "?t -it-- .f th.- s iu- t.. .t'u! itiori.
: -.:.p in c.iLi:
.... -I.o'i -.t iti-ti-s
i..- .v. rl ...k. I that i
; ' his f..,t.-rii,i! b. i:
. t ! f -t:-aloij.-,
f i.nr (J..v
t:t to X i . 1 -.
i i i:
k- i ii:i:. i.t v.
I ' .;!
ul.i.-.l t' u
i,.-u to ii, o-. r ij !ii.-.il.y. a'.d
:n n. t. i --t t!. :t i:i all but i.aai.- th.-y
nr tl.ij at.d 1. ;! .u i iti- ris. E;;ii j"--1"
L'oVtl I.tli- ut
artr b. 'Kiti' with fjV'.t'.us t-vt s
t .Wal Is th' tH f.T similar, all l erell mote liberal
cor.ic-iMiis. Frotu our missionary times to the
I r-s-nt we h .re done too much for them to
opposi- th'-m ii'j and our interests co!iini.-r-ei.
illy f-.rbid that we h..u!d do so."
After the reading of the repot t and the trans
actions of other business. Mr. A. 1'. Williams,
explaining that it seemed desirable to have the
s. use f.f the Hoard upon the Hawaiian liecipro
city Treaty, moved that the Hoard endorse, by
v .t.-, the remarks of the President r latino to
that subject. This motion was carried unani
mously and enthusiastically by a rising vote.
Mr. Ij Vouiii; will at some future time in the
futaro before the result is recor-U-d in the
.'bi'.-ajo Tribune change Lis attitu.lu of an
tagonism to one, of approval for the. purpose of
iiio.iiio a reconsideration. In the meantime he
is piittiuo th- mortal r in tins of his favorite
falsehood into a pickle of tears, in thoughtful
provision a 'ainst d cay's effacin:; linefs.
It ir) estimated that one bacterial hu, under
favorable circumstances, will produce 281,0(10,
000.000 in Tony-eight ! ur."
It is iccouniiemleJ to those who do not helieve
thus statement to cultivate a few bacteria, and
count the progeny. This is easily d me, and will
fcrvc to while away many an otherwise unprotit
ahly-spcnt hour. This is said to be the bacteria
that is ho licclv developed by in irdinate cigarette
A malignant tumor, Los Mon'lei states, was
produced on the check ol a man by tie; bite of a
laroc black fly, which wan killed in the act.
The postule was cautei ised. and th" patient took
internally, in 21 hours, 500 grammes of .Spanish
wine, o00 t'liiuiincs ! rum, and 200 grammes of
Ciiarticuse, without experiencing the least
pyinptom of intoxication.'"
It is now reported that nil the old topers in
that vicinity are banded together to lynch the
man that killed the fly.
As yesterday (the day of the predicted storm)
was by lono odds the finest of the present winter
in this I icality, we infer that it must h ive been
one picked out by Mr. Wijjins for his great
storm. We can tie one hand behind us, mid
then heat Wiggins and Ilazcn as weather pro
phets. ' Chicago Tribune
' Wiggins had better hire nut as a first-class
noodle. Last Friday was the finest day of the
t-eason . " Puck.
" The Wiggins storm that set in ' on the day
announced by thit weather sharp hasn't t-et
out ' yet to strew the earth xvith ruins." Ex
change. Wjjins. the Canadian weather prophet,
row say that he is just one year out ol the wav.
He no predicts a storm for Friday. February 17
IS5U." Thus Chrf.
On the morning ol ti e dread day ol the ileal
cjcl oio ol Prof. Wi 'oiM-, the sun rose luridly in
the east. At ii joli it was I . i ) t in the heavens.
and had a brilliant
it sunk m the w e
! i ! i 1 1 . 1 1 1 i o jjlare. At sunset
.i"d Wioins sighed He
S3EW DRUG STORE,
PALMER & THATCHER
AND DE.VLLKS IN
Toilet Articles and
No. 113 Fort Street.
I'arli, ulur attentiou ci.l to
Our store, is kept jeu evenings,
ami a eonipetent I'harmacist is in at
tendance tin ring portions of .Sunday,
so that persons needing Medicines on
that day can be accommodated.
We carry the largest assortment of
TOILET ARTICLES in the
than any other
per cent lower
tore in town.
Our delicious ARCTIC
V"ATEli is unequaled.
We have a full line of SPECTA
CLES and EVE CLASSES.
A largo stock of PIIOTOv JIIAIMIIC
Orders from the country
ceive careful attention, and
shipped without delay.
Coods are X E W and
We manufacture SODA WATER,
SARSAl'ARTLLA and CIXC.ER
ALE, and have the Agency for
OEXUIXE EASTERN CIDER.
of the City,
our (ioods to any part
and ship to the other
Our Telephone Number is No. 297.
Soliciting the Public Patronage, we
are Very Respectfully,
Palmer $c Thatcher.
-l:;.;!l --h ire
Latent Foreign News.
Tls.. O-.Mi- Ci;:j ::::"s cL:irt rrl ti.inifr
S-.itz. t'.i't.i:u IKnid, arrivtd yest.-rday aftt-rnoju
with d.iti t tLf -.l itistiMt. TLe foiUnvirt; are
tL- i-rincipul news ium :
I'.-ltii 'i.t r. j'ortt d back the rt--t-!nti- u -;tllir.rr
la itiou r-gar b'
iua.h of thr II ,
treat V as ith
s t Sanlwioh I-I.iiul
II, fr.'iu the Co.amitt
e on Fi'iatiot-, n -:.!
iti .ti t rr ivi le
p..;:.- 1 f.tvor.-.l'iv the jnlit re:
lor t. riiiinatn.g the Jlawauau reciprocity treaty.
Nk-.v Voiik, Febrisary 2'.th. The Jfcraltl
sas: mi., ir can be raised in the Sandwich
Islands and sold at a fair profit i:i San Francisco
while paving proper duty to the (lOVeiniileUt.
N pi u lent p'ut'-iter failed in the Jays before the
tieaty. Congress cannot ait'ord to go home
without doing somethiuo to relieve the taxpay
ers, and one of the measures it can. most easily
pass is t i give notice to the Sandwich Islands
that it proposes to turn into the Treasury for the
relief of American taxpayers the duties w'hich for
too many years it has allowed to be distributed
among a handful of Hawaiian planters.
The .S. l- Merchant of March 2d says that
il after all the furious denunciation of interested
parties, in the sugar refining business, in Con
gress, and throughout the newspapers, the Ha
waiian Treaty remaius intact and the resolution
to abrogate it lies buried under a pile of other
business in a Senate committee. We can hardly
understand, however, how it came to pass that
the last committee to which the last resolution
for abrogation was referred finally came to re
port unanimously in its favor, as there were
known to be a number of friends of the tr aty in
that committee. It is probable, however, that
knowing it would go from them to the Commit
tee on Foreign Affairs, and their action on the
strategical importance of the Islands to the
United States would make it necessary to defend
the treaty on commercial gronnds, they waived
their right to make a minority report.
Mr. P.ahlwin informs us that Mr. Dimond
received a telegram dated March 3'. d, at Wash
ington at -j p.m., in which it says that the
Senate, by a majority of one, had passed the
amended Tariff bill. It had then to go before
the House and would have to be acted on that
night, as Congress adjourned the saaue evening.
The Assembly Committee at Sacramento on
Federal Relations has reported to the House in
favor of Brown's Assembly concurrent resolution
relative to the abrogation of the Hawaiian Reci
procity Treaty. The Committee had shelved
the resolution for a month and were stimulated
by the recommendation of the Congressional
Committee a few days ago, for the termination
of said treaty. The unexpected action of the
House Committee will undoubtedly create quite
an excitement in sugar circles in San Francisco
and will have a magnetic lutluenee upon the
sugar lobbyists. The resolutions, which have
not as yet been published, were as follows :
WuKiiKAS. The objects for which the Hawaiian
Treaty, of Reciprocity, which went into effect in
September, 170, have not been attained, but on
the contrary, after nearly seven years of experi
ence with said Treaty, the people of the United
States and mora particulaily of the Pacific slope,
have found the same to be detrimental to their
interests; whereas, it feas proven to be of no
advantage to the people of California or to the !
Federal Government, as it prevents open com-
.... . . . . i
febl llfrw tf
ADAMS, : : :
INVITE THE 1TI5LIC TO VISIT
Their Warcrooms, Kos. 56 & 58
Inspect Their MEIW
WHICH CONSIST OF
NEST DISPLAY OF FURNITURE
Ever shown on
I -V FJ.TI CUL AU
WHICH CANNOT FAIL TO
MATTRESSES OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS
MADE TO ORDER.
tf E. P. ADAMS, Agent.
Ve have JUST RECEIVED Per
"GOISSUELO" & "AUSTRALIA'
A FINE ASSORTMENT OF
LADIES' BUTTON B00TS3
TIES, SLIPPERS, Etc.,
DIRECT FROM PHILADELPHIA.
RAW Sl FEILT MATS,
A. W. RICHARDSON & CO..
C0UNEU FOUT & 3IEKCIIANT STREETS
petition on the out -hand, whereby the price of
sugar could be materially reduced, and on the
other the Government is sacrificing a large reve
nue, t .i the intere-d of a sugar ruoncpolist, for
by the ai l of said Treaty there has grown up in
our midst a greedy and selfish monopolist to
whom our people and merchant are subservient.
-.'' c-7 ''.' .4 f Vt. ."if .s. .'i.V c '.e.vo rifi'.
That our Senators in Congress be instructed,
and our r prvscntatives be requested, to ne
their iniineuee au.l b.st endeavors to have said
AVso't That the Governor be requested to
forward to each of our members of Congress a
daly certified copy of this preamble and resolu
tion. .4 It t California.
St. Petersburg, 1'ebruary C. The Car has
issued a manifesto giving notice of his corona
tion at Moscow on the 2th of May. The mani
festo is addressed to all Russian subjects." A
ukase orders the attendance at Moscow on the
occasion of the coronation of all marshals of the
nobility and prefects of provincial capitals ex
cept those of Siberia, whose attendance is ex
cused on account of distauee, nnd the Presidents
of the rural and Urban a lmiuistrations.
The Minister of the Household is charged
with the duty of making the necessary prepara
tions, lie will be assisted by a special commis
sion. Loudon, February G. The Tlmm, in a lead
ing editorial coutueiiting on the Emperor of
Russia's coronation manifesto, says : ' Much
too little attention is attracted by the subsidence
of the revolutionary storm and the reasseition of
ase.Mid.' i.ev by the perin.ieuut forces of Russian
society. The events of th last few weeks indi
cate the break ii. at any rate for the present, of
the wicked and sterile conspiracy. St. lVt.l--bnrg
has resumed its normal appi arance. The
palace is opei; to g ! sts, and the programme of
the Czar's m ve!ijen;s is announced for the n. xt
Chinese and Japanese troops occupy the
capital of i oroa. The riotous conduct of the
Chinese is said to contrast most unfavorably j
with the orderly behavior of the three hundred I
Japanese who constitute the Legation Guard.
The New York ITcr ihl prints half a page ex
hihit of the retail lhjuor traffic of New York,
with a diagram showing the amazing dispro
portions of rum and beer shops to other places
of business, there being over ten thousand such
saloons, or one to everv 125 inhabitants, and in
some districts 2oil rum shops to the square mile.
The various shops and stores w here bread, meat
and groceries can be procured foot up 732C. In
other words, there are more rum shops than food
shops in New York by 2749. These statistics
have i.-.'.-n gathered tinder the auspices of the
new temp:.'iMnee movement, whose first public
meeting was held at Steinway Hall, backed by
the strongest names iu the city. It is an
extensiou of the movement begun in London,
fostered by the church nnd aiming at the re
striction of liquor traffic within reasonable
limits, without requiring total abstinence as
obligatory upon all individuals. A strong com
mittee will Ve appointed to effect a reduction of
the liquor license in the city, the closing of
illegal and disorderly saloons, and for the
prevention of rum selling to minors and the use
of intoxicating poisons.
Seth Creen siys fish never sleep or close
their eyes, and that the natural age of a
trout is about fifteen years.
ATT!" NTI OrV
L O TJ jST Gr Ji S
notily tin' PuDlii that tlioy
X IIAXI) AXI TO
15 t i
Ml... h ill t'.m, a
ith I ta
Will Be Sold at a
Raisins, Almonds, Walnuts,
Candied Peel and Assorted Extracts,
Perfectly Fresh and Imported Expressly for the IIOL DAYS !
Au.l I'un li.-.s. r .1! I: n I il i.i ;!. Al'llM'n.K lu.'.- il with u.
As We G-vinrniiioo F,vcMy Article !
iui- S o c h jast iK-t-n P-i
W r lie Urire St (T f Nir.m
ulf t it:. I II or.
. li . u liicti in- ii
vit.a. .ml every Ml'. iltK n l Veil I.. I. ' uu.it
-. - i. in j I ni: i.i...'i :oel il.-!. e. . f ooYi
SOLE AGEKTOY CD IP
ROBERTS' CELEBRATED CANDIES !
An.l we'll Ii.ivi' Ci.iUki.lH .ii Han la l.iriii- ni.il V irie.l A ...rl meiit, roiiia:ing
MARSMEl LOWS, CARAPwIELS, FRENCH NOUGAT,
( IUMM it HI S. I'K.t I'T IIAKS. JKI.I.V M lltl II Mil U!bS.
W.ll.VI I CKKlM. KU(i (UK AMs A ' Kl. I'OU l. K.XTIlt I.K.MO.N' DHOI'M
And a I Ft ii id reel Other Varieties
wi: iuvi: miiv iN iitMi am kxi'Kct
PER STEAMER SUEZ, 3DXJE DEC. 16, '82,
v i.akck AssditTvii'.vr r
Fancy Candy Boxes and Horns of Plenty !
For the Christmas and New Year Holidays
Island Orders Solicitel. All Orders will Receive our Personal Attention.
IsTOTSC-B-R, LOT OF THOSE
Tust Wi'vived. pev X). C. ISIiairnVj
Pioneer furniture Ware-rooms.
Isgh Parties wisting to srcirc a GOOD PIANO will
do well to call and ccvaminr. these. Magnificent Instruments
before purchasing elsewhere.
Furniture, Upholstery and Musical Instruments
(.'ONSTAN'I'I.V on: HANI).
C E. WILLIAMS,
107 1-2 amlJll Fort street, and G6 Hotel street
Telephone and JSight Alarm, No. 70. Honolulu, II. I.
WOULD RKS1T.OTFUI.LY ANNOl'N'CK TO 1 1 IS FUIKNDS AND THE GKNK
rul publii t tint lie lias opcni'il :i
cw Stove & House Fiiriiishiiig' Ilnrdware Store
IN CAMPBELL S NEW BLOCK,
Oppcsits S. G. Wilder & Cj.'s Lumber Yard, about JULY 1st,
WITH A F-UIaS MIVTE. OP STOVES, dc,
Goods per kl Discovery " from San Prancisco, from
New York ; and also from Liverpool per " Oberon."
By the Discovery 1 1 have received the following Stoves & Ranges
6 Hawaii,5 'Aloha
ANI Tllf: IVKI.l,KSOWS
ETCHMOXD H I
Built to Stand Hard Work.
ron Ranges for Plantation Use
rnro -A ssortiTiont of
"Well Casing unci
Made to Order, and Work of All Kinds
P. O. BOX 294.
IEYEY Ml CO.,
n siiil 1C ii i p tx ii 9
ck ot iNV
h U in l.wn. anJ w I li'h
Reasonable Price !
. ni.il i ..infort. ( uur Cuiloinrrt.
Vt - I. of nl.u M-eurr.l ill
x li-QOg' rianos
r B i rr i o isr
wlili I. Kull. I. Mi IIKAKTH ami LR0K SO-lpcb
nw f....iiiie in a f imily Range.
and 'Oahu' Ranges
in mv Line promptly attended to.