Newspaper Page Text
BISHOP & Co., BANKEKS
Honolulu, Hawaiian Islands.
Draw Exchange on tho
13ivnlc ol Civil Toi'niu, W. JP.
And their agents In
NEW YORK, B0S10N, HONG KONG.
Messrs. N. M. Rothschild &Son, London.
Tlio Commercial Hank Co , of Sydney,
Tho Commercial Hank Co., of Sydney,
Tho flank of New Zealand: Auckland,
Chrlstchuich, and "Wellington.
The Hank of British Columbia, Vic-
torla, 11. C. and Portland, Or
Transact a General Hanking llusiness.
l'lcdgel to neither Sect nor Parly,
lint onUtllslitiil for tho benefit of all.
"wEDNKSDAY, DEC. 2, 1885.
THIS EVENING'S DOINCS.
Yosmnile Skating Kink 7.
Oahu Lodge, No. 1 lv. of P. 7
SERVIA AND BULGARIA.
Tlie war between the two small
states of Servia and Bulgaria will
not likely be settled without involv
ing the greater powers behind them.
Kussia and Austria arc too much in
terested in the disposition of the
Dantibian territories to be quiet
spectators of the conflict for any
great length of time. Kussia's dis
approval of the acts of Alexander
of Bulgaria, by wiping his name off
the Russian Army lists, may be only
a blind to cover her ulterior designs.
The Servia and Bulgaria of to-day
were recognized as independent
principalities by England, Germany,
France and Italy after the last
Russo-Titrkish war. The object of
this arrangement was to preserve the
integrity of the Turkish empire.
"With Servia on one side, the sick
man would be out of harm's way of
Austria, and with Bulgaiia between
him and Russia, he would be well
protected from that quarter. Bul
garia has been subject to the Porte
since 1392. and has been ruled by
the pashas with despotic and often
brutal ferocity. The oppression of
the Turk excited an insurrection in
1870, and the fiendish atrocities of
the Turkish soldiery in revenging
tho outbreak furnished modern his
tory with that heart-sickening chap
ter, headed "The Bulgarian Mas
sacres," on the reading of which a
thrill of horror ran through the civil
ized world. The Turk had his
Bulgarian massacres to thank for
producing a complete revolution in
public opinion in England during his
struggle with Russia in 1S78. If
the day of reckoning on the part of
the Bulgarians with Turkey has come
at last, there are few who read the
accounts of the massacres of '70
who will not devoutly wish more
power to the arm of Prince Alexan
der, and hope he may be able to rid
his territories of every vestige of
Turkish authority. But the most
puzzling complication in the present
outbreak is the attitude of Servia.
"What Servia is fighting for seems to
be the mystery of the hour. She is
no fonder of the maintenance of the
Turk than the Roumelian or Bulga
' rian ; and it would be supposed from
this view of the case, that Servia
would go in to the fray against the
Turk, and leave territorial lines to
bo adjusted afterwards. "What seems
a very reasonable explanation of
Scrvia's " pitching in," is that her
King Milan has been put up to it by
Austria. In that case, it may reason
ably be expected that Russia will
covertly encourage the Bulgarians
by every means she can employ
without provoking the powers of
central and western Europe. But
the moves on the chess board of
European politics are pretty hard to
understand and still harder to fore
see. The latest indications were
that the belligerents would be pcr
' emptorily ordered by the conference
of. the poweiH to lay down their
1 arms, and submit to a settlement of
their petty feuds by their big neigh
bors. Whether they submitted to
such a flat or not would depend, most
probably, on the extent to which
Russian intiiguo prevails on the one
side and Austrian on the other.
Tho American Manufacturing Co.,
of "Waynesboro, la., have issued a
pamphlet descriptive of their eva
porator. Wo would recommend
our fruit and sugar growers to send
for a copy, as the appliance seems
to be just tho thing that is wanted
hero to prepare the present and
prospective products of Hawaiian
soil for export. The pamphlet has
A beautifully illiunlnuted cover.
WWWWMHH W .Mil lll
CALIFORNIA TRADE WITH HAWAII.
The following table of grain ex
ports from San Francisco to different
countries, the present year, is ex
tracted from the California Export
Journal and shows that Hawaii
stands high among her neighbors
as a customer of tho California
lliilWi Columbia 1.52:1
Central Ametiea ti'.l.filH
Clilim 1 .111,1 r.5
Hawaiian lhli l.VJfill
.Inpan !MH I
New Zealand 120
Panama 8.50 1
South America 7i
Bi Mbit Columbia lilt
Honolulu .' 21.201-
Central America (1
The following is from the San
"We are indebted to the Hawaiian
Consul-General at .San Francisco
for further statistics relative to our
trade with the Hawaiian Kingdom,
and they show a marked advance
over the previous returns. The
figures given arc the value of the
exports, from San Francisco alone,
for the month of October. They
Prec bv Treaty 21 1 .3711 S3
Free by Civil Code
Total 250.810 70
Our previous figures showed an
average weekly export trade of
57,000, or an annual total of
nearly 83,000,000. The month of
October gives a marked advance on
these figures, averaging about 01,
000 a week and over .'1,000,000 for
the year. Comparing tliis with the
total imports at the Islands during
1881, 4,000,000, it shows that
nearly .seventy percent of their
trade is with San Francisco alone.
This leaves the remaining thirty
percent to be divided among Eastern
and other Pacific ports of the United
States, Great Britain, Germany,
the Colonies, China, France, and
Islands in the Pacific. This is
plain proof of the value of this
trade to California.
PREROGATIVES OF THE SOVEREIGN IN
London, November 7. During
the past few weeks there have been
persistent rumors that the Queen
was aiding and abetting Prince
Alexander of Bulgaria. Prince
Alexander was known to be 2wsona
fjrntu to Her Majesty, and if any
proof was needed of the affection
of the Queen toward the house of
llattenberg it was furnished by the
effusive welcome which she accorded
to Prince Alexander when he came
to Osborne to assist at the nuptials
of his brother, Prince Henry, and
Princess Beatrice. Prince Alex
ander was the only reigning prince
present at that ceremony, and in
the gorgeous processions and recep
tions that preceded and succeeded
the marriage, the Hags of England
aud Bulgaria were closely inter
twined. Every nationality in Eu
rope was represented by bunting,
but next to the St. (Jeorgc's Cross
the Bulgarian colors had the pre
cedence. The Queen's affection for
the handsome llattenberg princes
has been shown in many ways since
her daughter's marriage, and it was
not unnatural that it should be
rumored that Her Majesty was
using her Imperial power to keep
Alexander on his throne. Thu
rumors to this effect have lately
been so numerous and plausible
that they have been printed by
papers like tho Times, Standard
nnd Tclcrraph. Her Majesty to
day authorized an emphatic denial
of all stories relating to personal
and dynastic intrigues. The des
patch, which was evidently written
by Sir Henry Ponsonby, at the
Queen's personal dictation, is even
angry in tono, nnd dictates that Ucr
Majesty considers that a sugges
tion of such a misuse of her power
is almost a treasonable insult. This
despatch from Belinoral was shown
to tv peer, who is n member of tho
present Cabinet, and is in close
personal and olllcial relations with
uuHi oaiisuury. jl in; iiimisiiu smi,
as soon as ho had read it: "Her
Majesty is behaving with her cus
tomary prudence. She has evi
dently ignored her personal inclin
ations, and is acting under the ad
vice of her lawful counsellors. This
is the third time within as many
weeks Unit she has refused to exer
cise powers thai are undoubtedly
among Ihe prerogatives of the
Crown. The llrst case wsm that of
Louis Kiel, whose sentence she
could have commuted by a sinnle
word, but she only referred the
matter to the Colonial Olllce. The
second case was the Burmese dilll
culty. ller Majesty is the Empress
of India, and no power on earth
could have prevented the anncxa
ation of Burmah if she had so willed
and ordered, but she chose to
leave Ihe affair in the IuiiuIk of the
Indian Olllce. In this Balkan busi
ness tho Foreign Olllce is absolutely
unhampered by any order from the
Court. If blunders are made we
will have undivided responsibility.
If we succeed in our plans the
credit will belong to us."
I WILL be found at my olllce, 1)8 Hotel
Street, from this dale. Olllce hours,
from !) a.m. to 4 p.m.
M. GROSSMAN, Dentist.
Honolulu, Dec. 2, 1SS5. 100
Patronize lie Industry !
J. W. HINCLEY,
Fonneily of the Pioneer Cigar Fac
tory, has moved into the front part of
the Crystal Soda Works, where he is
prepared to 1111 all orders at the lowest
Eg?" Island orders
Aiiflistralor's Sale !
By older of G. D. Fieelh, Adminis
trator of the Estate of Charles LuiKch,
decerned, I am instructed 10 sell at pub
lic auction, on the premises, at tvauo
ohe, ICoolau, 011
FRIDAY, December 4th,
at 11 a.m., the Personal Effects, of said
Estate, consisting of
Poultry', Saddles, Bridles, 1 Double-barrel
Breech-loading Gun, Household
Furniture, Bedding, Mattrasses,
and sundry other articles too numerous
to mention. EST" Teims cash.
Lease of Building
& Land on Queen Street.
On SATURDAY, Dee. fitli,
At 12 noon, on the Premises,
we will sell,
of the wooden Building situate on Queen
Street, mnkni of tho Government
Building, together with the
LEASE OF THE LAND
ou which the Building is .situated. Said
L.-nse has 5 years to run from May 1,
1S85, at $10 per month in advance. The
Land is -lOft front and GOftdeep. The
Building is neaily new, bus been used
for a Poi Factory, and has n steam box
for sunt!. The Building can be remov
ed at the end of the Lease. SQf Terms
Cash. Pnpcis at expense of purchaser.
E. P. ADAMS & CO.,
190 3t ' Auctioned p.
Crystal Soda forte,
Soda Water, Ginger Ale,
Florida Lemonade, Acintcd "Waters of
all kinds, Fruit Syrups and Essences.
We Use Patent Stoprs
in all our Bottles.
Wo invito particular attention to our
Patent Filter, recently introduced, by
which all walers UBed in our manufac
tures is absolutely freed from all im.
Wo del her our Goods free of chnrgo
to all parts of tho city. Wu guarantee
our Goods to bo tho best in the market.
Careful attention paid to Inland Orders.
The Crystal Soda Works,
P. O. Box !107, Honolulu.
Z3T Ciders left with Benson, Smith &
Co., No. 11 Foil Stieet, will receive
We. also, me Agents for tho fcnlu
of J. "W HiKgloy's
188 of his own manufacture, (to
lluw'nC.iitingcManf'sCo., (? 00 100
13. O. Hall & Son, 75 100
Intcr-Islnurt S. N. Co., 100 100
Uoll Telephone, 33 10
llaw'n Agricultural Co., (ft 00 100
Whin's Steamship Co., 100 100
O. llrewcr tc Co., 100 100
Hnlawti, 10 100
Woudluwn Dnby, 110 100
Walluku Sugar Co., 00 100
Wiilmnnaln, 175 100
StnrMill. 425 500
Reciprocity Sugar Co., 0 100
L. A. THURSTON, Stock lliokei.
ii Meiehant Street. 151 ly
MID linn of Avery & Palmer is dis.
solved this day, by mutual consent.
rSliMieih. II. E.AVERY.
J. A. PALMER.
Honolulu, December 1, 1885.
The business of the bite 111 111 will he
eonlliiucl by .LA. PALMER at the old
stand. ISO ill.
For San Francisco.
! The Magnificent Slcamthlp
Will leave for tho above port on or
For freight or passage, apply to
184tf II. HACKFELD & CO., Agents.
ASSIGNEE'S SAIiE OF
The undersigned will offer for sale at
Public Auction at the Auction Boom of
E. P. Adams & Co.,
On TUESDAY, DEC. Sth,
At 12 o'clock noon,
All that Desirable Property of J. II.
Bovd, a voluntary Bankrupt, containing
1 :?'l-100of an Acic, together with all
the Buildings situated thereon, which
1 2-Story Dwelling House !
X GUOD OKDER.
One Cottage, Barn, Carriage House, and
Bath House. There is a water right to
the land, besides the Government water
is laid on. Thu title to the land is in
fee simple and Is contained in Itornl
Patent Xo. C01, and Is sold free of all
Incumbrances. There is a large number
of tr.eoson said land, and the building
aic in good repair. A plan of the same
can be seen at the ofllce of the under
signed, and all explanation that may be
rcrpiircd will be given. The terms of
the wile are Cash and all deeds at the
expense of the purchaser. Adjoining
said lot arc three parcels of land belong
ing to Maria A. Boyd, and the Trustees
of said Marin, A. Boyd will offer them
for sale at the same time and place.
Plans of the said lots can be seen at my
ofllce. AW C. PARKE, Assignee.
E P. ADAMS & Co.,
Honolulu, Nov. 13, 1885. 184
HEAL ESTATE &
Town Property for Sale.
The undersigned, duly autlionyed
Trustees for Maria A. Boyd, will oiler
ul Public Auction, at the salesroom of
K. P. Adams & Co.,
ON TUESDAY, Doc. 8th,
at 13 o'clock noon, nil those
Desirable Parcels of Lai
situated at Olomana, Pauon, in the rear
of nnd adjoining the well-kuown Boyd
The Parcel known as tho KAAUKUU
LOT, adjoining the Boyd Premises on
the muukii side and containing j. of nn
acre, more or less, ami more luily Ues
cribed in H.P. No. 503, L. C. A. No.
4 Taro Patches
adjoining said Boyd Premises on the
makai or town side, containing 47-100 of
an acre, more or less, and more fully
described la R. P. No. 1,018, L. O. A.
No. 5,0MB. Also,
2 Taro Patches
adjoining the above, containing 40.100
or an aero, more or less, aim more iniiy
desciibed In It. P. No. 2,319 Tho fore,
going parcels nrc under lease at $250
per annum, expiring September 1, 1889.
Also, that Parcel situated on Punch
bowl Howl nnd extending to and across
tho Pnuoa Stream, and there adjoining
the before-mentioned parcels (tee plan),
containing I! and 18-100 of an acre, moic
or less, and more fully described in K.
P. No. 2,530. This is a good, healthy
location for a homestead, tho lot has 11
small house on it nnd Is well rovcieil
with a lino grove of algeioba tiees.
Also, that Valuable
Piece of Property on Hotel St.,
pposito tho residence of Dr. JIcGrow,
extending from tho Saratoga House to a
point near tho olllce of tho Fashion
Stables, on which nio a cottage at pre.
sent bringing in 11 rental of SJ2!5 per
month, and a 2-htoricd house which Is
leased to tho Fashion Stables, together
with n small poitlon of ground coveted
by the hliibles, bringing an annual
rental of $240. This lease expires on
April 1, 1890. See plans at E. P. Adams
& Co.'s salesrooms. Titles good. Deeds
at cxpenso of purchasers.
Geo. II. Rohkutson', ),,,,..
E. P. ADAMS & CO.,
170 17t Auctioneers.
H. F. DlLt.tKOUAM,
President and Manager.
Pacific Hardware Company,
1 it at 1 voi:
FORT STRKH I
Successors to Dillingham & Co. and Samuol Nott.
Prepamlory to stock taking, wo. offer a large line of Tinware suitable for
countiy and lelall btoits at
GrcuMy 3:"oluciol PriccH !
Colleo Pols, Ten Pom, Tea ICelllis, Tin Pall, Tin Lanterns, Milk Cam, Milk PiUN,
Dish Pain, Milk )"nn, U iking Puns, Hung Dippers, Stialners, Pie Plates, etc.
WEST, DOW & CO.,
Just 'Received, ex Alameda, a
Large Assortment of Furniture !
including bight and Dark Cedar and Ash Hedrooni Soli-, ? aud full
size llecfslc tils, aborted woods; Ash Collage, Nurse mid
u-sot led Dining room aud llahy Chniiv.
will arrive on next steamer.
Cgy Wo liave, also, on hand, in addition to our usual stock, a luigc assort,
meat of Fancy Goods, Toys and Picture Mouldings. 189
NEW LOT OF
Just Opened at
CHARLES J. FISHEL'S
Corner Fort and
(Formerly with Samuel Nott).
Xiiiportex and Icnlei- in
STOVES, CHANDELIERS, LAMPS,
CROCKERY, GLASSWARE, HOUSE FURNISHING HARDWARE,
AGATE IRON AND TINWARE.
Agent Hall's 8afe and Lock Company.
. Beaver Block, - Fort Street.
BS1" Store formerly occupied by S. NOTT, opposite Sprockets & Co.'s Bunk, "a
New Light on the Subject !
JUST RECEIVED, FROM BOSTON," EX BARK MARTIIA DAVI8,
Downer's Kerosene Oil : : : : 150
Electric Kerosene Oil : : : : : 150 o
Superior Kerosene Oil : : : : 130 o
All the above Oil is i'iu:sir and good, and will be sold at letnil or in
lots to suit, at low raleb, Also,
OASES 8 CARD MATOJHEIS,
OF SUPERIOR QUALITY. Besides the above, a large variety of Eastern
Goods used by nil Stores and Plantations, all of which will bo sold at reasoiinhln
prices by (180 lm) E. O. HALL & SON, (Limited).
A DIVIDEND of Two Dollars a share
Is due nnd payable on ihe stock
of the Hawaiian Agricultural Company.
Apply to 0. BREWER & Co.
Honolulu, Dec. 1,1885. 1893t
FIRE BRICKS !
FOR KALE BY
PATENT ROLLER FLOUR.
MESSRS. CASTLE & COOKE have
just received a conblunmcnt of
this flnu quality of Flour, and will bell
iu quantities to suit purchasers. 177 lm
Jas. G. SmscEii,
Secretary and Treasurer.
NEW (MODS !
ALL persons having claims against
tho Lslate of CIIAS. LARISCII
deeeafeil, of Kaneohe, Oahu, 1110 request
eel to present them, and all persons In
debted 10 tald estate uro requested to
make immediate payment to mo at tho
onice of Frcwli & Peacock, Nimanii St.
Election of Officers.
AT the Annual Meeting of the Pau.
kaa Sugar Co. hojof in this cily
this day, tho following officers wtro
elected for tho ensuing year:
wNrA' 1Au6TIf President
W. L. Gitr-KN Vice-President
1 . U, Jonks. . . .Secretary and Treasurer
hJ O. Oahteu Auditor
Tr P. C. JONES, Secretary.
Honolulu, Nov. 27, 1885. 187 4 w
LM! Light! Lijt!
Just Arrived, ex aiurtha Davis,
Downer's Kerosene Oil,
Water White Kerosene Oil,
Standard Kerosene Oil,
For Sale by
J- T. WATERHOUSE.
,'M.'j $?;,. -H ';'.