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BISHOP & Co., BANKERS
Honolulu, Hawaiian Island0
Qlraw Exchaiifc on tlio
Uivulc urCulllbnUa, &. JT.
Jlw their agent Id
NEW YORK, BOSTON, HONG KONG.
Messrs. X. M. Rothschild A-Son, London.
The Commctclnl Hink Co., nf Sydney,
London,
Tito Commeictal H.iuk Co., of Sydney,
Sydney.
The Bank or Now Zealand: Auckland,
Clirhtchurch, and Wellington.
The Hank of BillHi Columbia, Vic
lot hv, H d unit Portland, Or.
and
Tt.11ts.1ut a Gottcint Banking HuVttiew.
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Pledged to neither Hect nor Tatty.
But oUbHhcl for tho bsneGt of all.
TUESDAY, .lAX. 22, 188...
THIS EVENING'S DOINGS.
Skating, 7.
Mystic Lodge, Xu. 2, 7:30.
THE FRANCO-CHINESE TROUBLE.
The news we gave5 in a note the
other day, about the resignation of
General Campcnon as French Min
ister of War, was incoircct in the
cause assigned. A despatch in an
Australian paper was the source Of
'our intoimation. Instead of Cam
pcnon lcsiguiug because the Ministry
refused to send lciuforcements to
Tonquin, the cause of variance was
the Ministry's peisistenco in the
Tonquin invasion contraty to the
Minister of War's advice. Prime
Minister Perry, in answer to an
interrogation in the Chamber of
Deputies on Jan. 11th. is reported
as follows:
" He (Campcnon) contended that
the task would prove unprofitable
and unworthy the republic, which
could not, he argued, afford to
spare 20,000 hrench soldicis, essen
tial to the success of the enterprise,
in view of the European situation
and the pressing necessity of the
more perfect mobilization of the
army in Trace. General Cam
penon's idea was that the mobiliza
tion was the immediate and supreme
duty of the hour, and it should at
once be undertaken with a view of
giving the republic an available
military strength of 15,000,000 men.
General Lcwal of. the Seventeenth
Army Corps, who commanded the
Rhine army during the l'ranco
Gcnnan war, and who was in thor
ough sympathy with Ferry's views,
was at once installed as General
Campenon's successor. Ferry went
bluntly to tho point at once. He
announced the Government intended
immediately to inciease its energies
in Tonquin, ami would not stop until
it occupied the entire country up to
the frontier of the Chinese Kinpiic.
This declaration produced a pro
found sensation, and was received
with cheeis and considerable disap
proval. Amone: the distinguished
visitors piescnt to hear the Minis
terial announcement was Prince
Hohenlohc, German Ambassador.
Feiry, continuing, said the opera
tions necessary to the proposed con
quest of Tonquin would in no wise
compromise the French military
strength at home or interfere with
the uccc&sary general mobilization.
hi saying this the Premier fortified
himself with the authority of Gen
eral Lcwal, than whom there could
bono military authoiity more res
pected by Fiance. There were
25,000,000 men in the lcpuhlic, the
hest soldiers in the world, ready to
. march at a moment's notice in the
cause of France. It was impossible
to longer keep an army in Tonquin,
crouching idly like hunters, with
1 their eyes fixed upon a single point.
That was unworthy an ;trmy of
France. That army must be at woi k
1 and Touquin must be entirely oc--cupied.
Tho task was not dillicult;
. it would requite but an insignificant
,v mobilization. Ferry's speech, be
" sides producing a great sensation in
the chamber when delivered, has
astounded Parisians generally and
made them quite sciious. The gen
eral imprcsson that it has made may
i be described as bad; people discuss
. , . p ji ....I -i.il- i
it, as u mey (usiikcu to ue loiccti to
contemplate the probability of
trouble. After this the Chamber
adjourned until January 29th.
So France is, to use si vulgar
phrase, bound to ' go the whole
hog" in Tonquin. Nows from that
quarter in thu near fntuic jpay be
expected to be of an exciting. nature.
EDITORIAL NOTES.
Some interesting items regarding
Southern Polynesian conquest will
fvbo found in our latest foreign news.
sw,
tr. ,.,.... 1...... .. .. -......... .
me uasmngton uaxeiic uasveui-
.ed Another intemperate article ag
ainst tnc renewal oi tnc Hawaiian
:' Treaty.
i Until Honolulu has a naid fire
brigade and special horses for tho
engines, there should bo a provision
for compelling people within hail to
assist in hauling the' engines to Arcs.
Tho San Francisco Merchant says
the Advertiser is wrong in saying
Chinese on tho Coast consume iRi
walinn lice, on account of its lower
price. The Chinese, it says, imporX
their own vice and stick to the homo
supply. Tlio Mcrchunt fcay our
local contemporary's statement
would injure lather llian benefit the
treat v.
An article in the S. F. Cironicle
says if Congress docs not make pio
vision for the mail service, the Aus
tralasian line of steamers to Califor
nia will cease. It therefore urges
the importance of subsidizing the
line, and so preserving the increasing
American trade witlt the Colonics,
which is pushing European competi
tion hatd. It is remarkable to find
such solicitude for foreign trade in
a journal holding nothing but con
tempt for the lucrative Hawaiian
trade.
Tonnage statistics of the port of
San Francisco, inilw Bulletin of that
city, sho.w Hawaiian mailing vessel
tonnagh to stand sixth on the list of
all countries. If the- steamship
tonnage exclusively engaged in the
Hawaiian trade were added, Hawaii
would be third on the tonnage list,
Furope and Australia alone exceed
ing it. In passenger trailic, omit
ting China, that with Hawaii for
1S8 1 was only slightly exceeded by
that of British Columbia while the
Colonics were one thousand less.
General Sheridan, who recently
paid a visit to these Islands and was
treated with all kindnc3 and respect,
is reported in an interview with a San
Francisco Chronicle reporter to have
given his impressions of Hawaii as
follows : " It is a first-class place for
a person who wishes to got out of the
way of the press and its attaches and
wishes to be isolated from the lest of
the world for about two weeks, but it
is good for nothing else. There is
nothing there but the sugar interests,
and when they die out theic will not
be much left of the island kingdom."
His opiuion was that the proposed
treat' between America and Spain
would have the ultimate result of
knocking the " group of craters" in
the head. As usual with brief visi
tors, the General took away wrong
notions of leprosy treatment.
More of the Sharon case ! Ii) the
discussion of alimony and costs in
the Sharon case, in court on Jan.
12th, an ailidavit was read from
2Tollic Brackett, one of the plain
tiff's chief witnesses, in which she
declared the " dear wife " letters
were forgeries. Also, an ailidavit
from the Senator, paying that the
decision was a great shock to hint
and would hasten his end, which he
believed would he soon, and de
claring that, despite the decision, he
had never entered into marital
relations with Sarah Althca Hill.
Geo. W. Tyler, one of plaintiff's
counsel, on the stand admitted lie had
forged one Cumpel's name to a con
tract, with Cumpel's connivance.
Altogether, there seems to be-no bot
tom to the rascality in this casc;
c::,;rjKDTs latest circular.
The following extracts from Di
tnond's latest circular, Jan. 15th,
comprise what is interesting relative
to this Kingdom's trade:
StKSAit. Eastern advices lepoit the
mm hot cry dull. Centrifugals ill! per
cent, to1-! nominal at Tyx cents. The
lieiincilcs have been cither wholly Idle
fee the pa-it foi might or running veiy
light, and tho trade arc only buying for
immediate icqulienioitts. Loudon cable
of the 12th iut., advl'-o afiiithorad
vauetj of best Miirur to JO-s : (id llrm. M.
Lleht's liiU"l report ivditcc-.lilM'j-tiniato
by :i0,000 tons.
A -Manila cable of the 12th hist., ic
poits an advance of !).- making the basis
LOS. Thu crop of the Philippines Is
fitlmatcd at 22.1,000 tons, or fiy.OOO ex-ce-x
over tho laM.
Kick. Since our last, an Improve
ment has taken place mid tho maiket is
.'ttong at -l?g, nt which price several
sales hao been mado. Nearly all of
tho Inland Mock is now In tho hands ot
ttno importer, who Is holding for 5 cents
each.
CtiAimms. Freights continue thin,
and Much our last a largo business hah
been done at higher rates.
FK WAliK.
A DONKEY' ENGINE, ncarlv new.
-tX A
Apply to
iUp lw
F. A. SCHAEFER & CO.
Notice to tlio Public.
The Elite Ice Cream Parlors.
TCE OREAM will he M'rvt-d at the
X Saiatoga Hoiii-o'on Hotel streel
until further notice. Open dally until
10 l". M. Ordeis received and carefully
attended to, Wedding and Parties f-up-plicd.
Telephone 181, Our cart Alth
celebrated Ico cicam -will make Us usual
j outc in the evening. i!15 It .
STOCK EXCHANGE
The Honolulu Stock Kxchaugc
held its regular session yesterday
morning.
Hid,
As'cl
Sugar Stocks:
wniliiku Sugar Co
100
110
100
1200
' uoo
Uii
100
no
115
Hnwn. Agr. Co
Walmanalo Sugar Co
The Koloa Sugar Co
Pacific Mill C
Grove Ranch Plantation Co
Wnlanao Co. ..
Rccipioclly bugar Co
llnlnwa Sugar Co
Pala Plnni. Co
Tclepltono Slocks
Hawaiian Hell Tel. Co
no
miscellaneous Slocks
C. Browcr & Co. (Mctcantllo)
Intel-Island S. N. Co 120
E. O. Hnll & Son (Limited).. . 70
Honolulu Ice Works Co
Woodhtwn Dairy Co
Govt. Bonds:
(J p.p. Iico ituui Gov. Tax.... DO
too
i:i2
!)()
70
100
A London dispatch says that tho
Scci clary of Stale for the Colonial
Department has sent a circular dis
patch to the Governments of the
different Australian Colonies, rein
suring thcin that the Imperial Gov
ernment is taking action to pi event
an extension of the annexation of
foreign powers in the Southern
Pacific.
Advices from Melbourne slate
that popular opinioji in Australia
continues greatly agitated in view of
the recent German annexation' in
New Guinea and lAljaccnt islands.'
Mass meetings to protest against
foreign annexations in the Pacific
are evcry-day occurrences.
A story in the latest despatches,
that El Mahdi had accepted con
ditions of compromise for the peace
ful relief of Khartoum, is not gener
ally believed in England.
NOW" UNDINCt !
Kx British Batklkmca, from
Glasgow,
SnjeriorMricb,
' "WHITE'S"
Portland ' Cement,
For Sale at Lowest Rates,
in lots to suit, nt
F. A. SCHAEFER & CO'S.
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BEGS to inform his nuniGimis custo
mers nnd the public that he will ho
READY AGAIN FOR BUSINESS
OK SATURDAY,
In the sloio
Adjoining Tregloaiis r
Tailo ing E-stobli-lnmiit,
JEXo-tel tre,ct.
02.1 at
NOTICE.
Having leased thu
TftAMING STABLES
from H. J. Afiiimv. nt
i-K-iniohinl Pail;, I am
now prepared to take horses to train,
mid prepaie them for the coming Pair
on tho 11th of .Tune next.
Breaking and Educating Young Horses
.a specialty.
Ii Is a point of Importance to all own
ers of lino young colls not to have them
jammed or hnnimeied over tho h-trd
roads, and to get them properly handled
for tho first lessons aio tho ones that
make ihe hor.se.
AUo iu connection with my Training
Stables, 1 will Ben o a certain number
of choice marcs with mv Young Hani,
hellonian Sjalllon " APTOg OlllEK."
Ho was sired by Electioneer, oyted by
Gov. Staufoid. The slro of Electioneer
was RUdcke's Hambcltonlan. The dam
of Aptos Chief was hlied by Specula
tion; ho by RisdoUo's llanibcltonlan
so it will 'bo seen that Aptoj lh an In.
bleed of llnmbelloulan.
Terms for fcervico of Aptos Chief, 50
for tho senfon. payublo at tho time o
feiivioe; and all niine.s falling to bo
.wlfh foal will have the service of tho
hort.o tho next hc.isoii fieo of ohnrso.
HENRY KEITH.
Kaplolani Park, Jan. 22, 1880. 023 fim
Furnished Itoonis,
lOlt GENTLEMEN ONLY,
J to MRS. TURNER, W
Apply
A In ko.i
street
(IflO ly 1 1
Building Lots i'or Sale.
SEVERAL building lols for fulo
rent at Kitpultmut, near the NIu
or
he-
luwal bridge, on tlio Kwit side of Iho
lane leading lo Atibtln's estate. Easy
tciins, Apply lo W. O. AC111,
Law olllco of Y, U, Castle. SS7 tf
till r.-.-S-$
TOES AMD ALES !
MOW LANDING,
Ex British Bark " Brtuca,"..
JTIOM GLASGOW,
Fuel Claret in cases,
A. Lclandu Oc Co'.s lloidcauvj
Ditto, in hnlf cnakSi
Superior Sherry,
In casks, mid cases
Cliainiiape,iiiils.&ils.,
George Gotilctj
Ditto, Ht.'Marceau.A.Co.j
i&j
In quails and pints of known
and fnvorile grands,
AND FUENOII COGNAC;
Aerated Waters !
1)1 11'ercnt kinds and uon-ileol olio,
CSTFOK SALE lY'XDi
i i SDIIAfflt & CO.
0'Ji lv
Iffl
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H
.tor
:ubbob,
As now in ue :tl
Lahaina and Kekaha Wills.
FOK SALE LY
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R Hackfeld & Co,
021 2t
TfOTlOE.
KAPIOLANI PARK ASSOCIATION
TUG ANNUAL 3IEETING of
the Kapiolani Park Ajsoeiation
will lie held at the Armory, on
THUKSDAT, January 23lli, at
1 o'clock p. in. E2T A full at
tendance is rcmiestcd. .
11. MACPARLANE,
02llw Sco'yK. P. A.
NOTICE.
ATEMPORATty PLACE has been
opened in Rose Lane, 'back of Jlr.
lloughtailing'j place, to supply iny cus
tomers as umiul, until f ui Iher notice.
G. JI. RAUPP,
0l' Ul Telephone 101.
CiJIE to tho promises, No. 18 School
biiccr, o;i Moudiy, Jan. 19th, 16S1,
One Hay Filly, branded S on near hind
quaitcr, and l'K on off hind quarter,
also bt.ir in forehead, and white nose.
The owner will please call, pay charges,
nnd take her nw..
021 3t KING imOS.
The well-known Maro
"DOLLY," shed by
Stanfoid, Colt, with a
yearling colt by Wotei
t'oid Also, 5 Peafowl
!5 cocks and 2 hens; the latter will lay
this season. Apply to
!)i:i 2w GEO. II. LUCE.
ALL BILL'S
DUE B. P. E1ILERS '& CO. must
lie paid before Fcbtuiiry 1st, or
thoy will be placed In the hands of
a collector, nnd piyment enfoieed.
For the Astlguee.s of IJ F. Elders
ii Co.,
JI. W. SCHMIDT.
Honolulu, .fnnuaiy loth, 183-1.
020
l-TAYING ENLARGED THESE
Central & Commodious Stables
wo aio prepaicd to f'irnish (list-cla6s
tiiinout3 Willi getillo liocs, wllh or
without dil vers, A- line wagonette in
connection.
HacTitt ni nil SEoicrx.
day and nlghl. Horso3 taken to board
by day, wick, or month, on leilsonablo
teiius. Ea Idle horses to let.
IIoi'HCK 13iiL?ltl :nul old,
. Satisfaction graranteed.
A Eaggrgo Wagon delivers to all
pails nt the oily, Furnituruj moving
a'specinlly,
O, W. MAOFARL.VNE,),,,,.
E, R. MILES. jtrops
029 Urn CSyTelephoiio No. 02.
Eflisli Ale
Portui
Ifiiilll HOTEL
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TO THE
Jutt deceived by last steamer
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Ladiol' Aprons,
" Drawers,
" Gowns,
" Skbts,
" Saeques,
" . Collar,
" Fit! i tied,
" Cheinhep,
" Coitct Cover?,
" Calico Wrappeis.
Infants' ltoboj,
" S'klrts,
" Cloaks,
" Dresses,
" Shawls.
" Chcmlso!,
" Gowns
" Wi uppers.
ALL THE ABOVE GOODS WE AHE A1JLE TO OFFER AS
SPECIAL INDUCEMENTS.
"Wo also would state that we are constantly receiving new and desir
able, styles of goods direct fiom the nianufactuicrs, and that wo shall
spare no exertion to meet, by prompt attention, low pricos. and tho hest
of goods, your entire confidence.
Orders fron the other Islands promptly attended to.
BILLING.EAM & Co.
Fort Hti-eel, Honolulu,
Importers & Dealers in Hardware & Agricultural Implements,
"Windmills for Stock Handles and Irrigation.
GOULDS' PUPS!
A new invoice of Plows, of all sizes, just received.
Fence Wire and Staples.
Kerosene Oil a specialty.
Paints, Varnishes, Turpentine & Oil.
LUBRICATING OILS.
Detroit Cups. Albany Compound.
House Furnishing Goods
Mtjfe. The Corner Harness Store
Still
Large invoices of Goods (of all descriptions) having been icecived by inc, they
WILL BE SOLD AT LOWER PRICES,
Than tlicsame quality of (Goods can be purchased elsewhere in Honolulu, and
Fatisfact ion guaranteed. My stock consists of all kinds of AMERICAN,
ENGLISH AND SYDNEY MANUFACTURE,
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Saddles, Beltc. Pouches, Leggings, Saddle Cloths, School Bags, &c,
Bits, Spurs and Stirrups, &c, in Nickel and Silver Plate
The leputaliou of my HOME-MADE HARNESS for Hipciinrity cf woikmansliip
and material lemains unchallenged duiing my bix yeais' letidcnee here. .
Thankful for the gcneious patronage of the past, Its continuance and increase in
the futtito is lcqiectlully solicited at tho old Bland.
OBLA.S. HAMMER,
SSC Din Corner of Fort and Iiing strccth, Honolulu, II. I.
JOSEPH. E. WISEMAI,
The Only Recognized General Business Agent on the Hawaiian Islands.
ESaVk-BLISIIEDD 1 Srs.
Offices in Campbell's Tire-proof Building, 27 Merchant St., Honolulu, K I.
X. O. Box 315 : : : : Tcsleiplxoiio 172.
3DlA.ltrX'ai33NTS :
REAL ESTATE AGENT Buys and sells Kcal Estate in all parts of the King
dom. Rents Offices, Houses, Cottages and Rooms.
SOLICITING AGENT FORWILDER'S INTER-ISLAND STEAM EIlS-Tour
ists and the Traveling Public will apply to mc for Tickets and Information to
the Volcano.
SOLICITING AGENT FORTHE MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE CO. OF NEW
YORK The Largest, Grandest and Soundest Institution of its kind in the
World. '
AGENT FOR THE GREAT J1URL1NGTON RAILWAY ROUTE IN AMERICA
This Route excels all other mutes going East, Hie 'tcenery being the gmndo.-t,
the meu'ls the choicest and the Palace nnU Dining Cars the hnndsoniest and mott
comfoi table. ,
EMPLOYMENT AGENT Finds Employment for all seeking wot kin tho vari
ous branches of industry on Iho Islands.
SOLICITING AGENT FOR THE CITY' OF LONDON FIRE INSURANCE CO.
Tlio best known Company In the Islands.
CUSTOM HOUSE BROKER Enters Goods at Custom House, pays and discharges
Freight and Duly Bills under power of Attorney.
MONEY' BROKER Loans Money at all times on first-class sccuiilly,
GENERAL BUSINESS AGENT Legal Papers of every descrlpl ion draw n. Bills
Plstiibulcd and Collected. Books mid Accounts kept and adjusted. Records
Searched. .Rents Collected. 'Taxes and Insuiancc on Properly looked nllcr.
Copying and Engro-iulng done. Adcrtisemcnts, Newspaper Aitieles, Corres
pondence and Commercial Business of eveiy nature promptly and accuiately
attended i.
AGENT FOR 'HIE NEW MUSIC HALL AT JIQNOLULU-Coinpanies abroad
will oorici-poad with mo for terms, etc. Oidcrs for Island Shells, Cm los, Lava
Spceiinoiib, Native Views and Photos caroftilly filled and foi warded to all paits
ol tho Wot Id.
C2J Information appertaining to tho Inlands given and all coiresponduico faith,
fully answered.
JOSEPH K. WIBB3IAN,
87U General Business Agent, Honolulu, HaraHan Islands.
Have received
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AIjL ON I01Q.
U'sxaioy sxnd Stajle Grocei'ics.
Fine Eating Apples, Cal, Potatoes, in gunnies.
Island Orders solicited. Tclcphono No, 240. P. O. Eos S97.
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" Apions,
" Drawer,
" Skills
" Sun Roiuicti,
Waists,
" l) esses,
" Olonhs.
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Nos. 61 and 63 Fort Streots.
& Si ver Plated Ware.
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