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MONDAY, JAN. Lo, 1880
Stun' Kliiuu from NViiuhviud Ports
Stinr l'lniitcr from Kauai
Slmr .las Makce from Kauai
Schr Hob Koy from Kuulaii
Schr Walehu from Koloa
S S Mararoa from Sail Francisco
Hk Lady Lampoon from Newcastle
Schr Liika fioin.Koholalolo
Slmr Kinau for tin; Volcano
Slmr Llkcllke for Kulniliil
Stinr .Ins I DowkcM forMolokni
Stinr Mokolll forMolokni
Stinr 0 It llishop for Kmial, via
anno ami Walalna
Schr Hnlcaknla for Pcpcckco
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
Torn V S llowno for ,San Francisco
Stmr Lchuafor Wlinlwiiiil Ports
Stinr itas Makou for Kapaa
Stinr Y G Hall for Windward Ports
Stinr Planter for Kanal
Schr Liika for Koholalclc
Schr Walehu for Kanal
Schr Kob Koy for ICoolau
Schr Waloll for iMallko
VESSELS IN PORT.
Ilk Lady Lampson,
Jk Lovpring, Thomson
Ilk Elslnoro, .looks
Uk 0 It Illshop, Walter
Uk I.aily llowon, Rodd
Hktnu Discovery, I'crrhnan
llgtno W O Inviu, Turner
Ji.-ig Alllo Jlowc, Phillips
Tern W S Itowno. Paul
From Wlmlwanl Ports, per Kltiau,
January Utth Hon S Wilder, II II
Sclioll. and wife. Mrs M Kiuiway, 31m
L Severance, W V Horner, .Ir, .1 Cii'h-
Inghani. W E Callalitan, 1) P Smith.
J X S Williams T Pcdler, .1 31 Legate,
Mrs W Ltdgato, .J 31 llornor, It Horner,
A Horner, W King, A H Smith, H F
Glade, W Y Horner, .1 A Xahaku, 3Ir.s
Horner and child ami 72 deck.
From Kauai, per Planter, January
23rd Ills Kx Gov P P ICanoa, Col 7. S
Spalding, Hon W K Howell. Miss La
mlla, Rev Father Leonor, O Scholz, .1
E 3Itlh;r, 31r.s Harlbcrt ami 02 deck.
From Sau Francisco, per 3Iararoa,
January 2."ith 31 N-es 31 ay llaldwin,
Mary 3IorrIon, lluek, Agncw, Ilora
Brown, I Hyinan, McDonald; Mes
dames Ilrown, Ruck, Weaver, Stoney,
Agncw, Watt, Howard; Mcsms. F
Haldwln, L Ilrown, J A liuok, T Stoney,
II 31ulllken. I) 3Ioehonua, J R Raster,
A W Pearce, C Crclghton, Abo. Hrown,
A LlHrowu, T It 'Weaver, II J Agnew,
P South, J Uce, O II Watts, B Well
man and 4!1 steerage.
The It 31 S 3Iararoa, Capt .Tames
Edlc, left wharf San Francisco at I' :.0
p. m. 17th, discharged pilot :i:-15 p. in.,
made the Hawaiian coast ' a. m. 2 .Mb,
took pilot on board at 8 :3() a. in., and
made fast to wharf at !) a.m. Experi
enced until the morning of the 21th
strong southerly gale with heavy sea;
thence to arrival variable winds, mode
bags of sugar,
Kinau brought 2,014
170 hides, 140 pkgs of
Planter brought 3,387
404 bass of paddv, 20
bass of sugar,
bags of rice, 51 bides, 4 horses, 10 pigs
ami i;u pugs oi suuuries.
Several sheets of now copper were
put on tile keel of the steamer W G
Hall this morning by native divers.
Thu steamer Jas Mnkcu brought 1.930
bags of sugar, 14 bags of paddy and 49
The bark Lady Bowcn sailed in bal
last Saturday afternoon for Pngct
The schooner Waiehu nearly got onto
the reef at Koloa. Kauai, on her last
The Uritlh bark Rurmah is loading
at Glasgow and Is supposed to sail
about February 1st for this pott.
FitESii Mince Pics daily from and
after date at Meller & Ilnlbe's Con
Fitnsu Cream Cakes and
daily from and after date at
& llalbe's Confectionery.
Just received by the Alameda,
200 Bags New Zealand Oats. For
sale, in quantities to suit, by the
Union Feed Company. 232 lw
A vkky comprehensive and classi
fied business directory for IIouolulu
is furnished in the business cards on
the outside pages of the Bulletin,
supplemented by the advertisements
of regular and transient patrons on
every page. 231 tf.
Roval Hawaiian Band
Emma Square at
o'ciock tins ovcnipg.
nvnrtiirn 'I'lio Vestnlo. ...
Selection The Harbor oi fcevuje
Waltz Doetrlns btrJUS:J
Reminiscences of llalfo Godfrey
Ma ko Oe JUH.
Selection Vert- Vert Offenbach
3rarch Hawaii Bergcr
Waltz Ahiku Aukako Ucrger
Lancers 31ellka Iuka Ucrger
rpIIE largo and commodious Building
X situated on Nuuanu Street, a few
dooruibovu Hotel Street, and rccontly
occupied as a Drug Store by 3lessrs,
JlollUtcr & Co. From Its location in a
central iwsltlon on one of our most busy
thoroughfares, it Is admirably adapted
lo businosx purposes. For full parti,
culars, apply to
83 lm ' No, 3 Kaahumanu Bt.
LOCAL .: GENERAL NEWS.
V. M. C. A. book-keeping class
ul seven this evening.
A ;TAi'ANr.su hank contemplates
starting u brunch in Honolulu.
Tin: S. S. Mararoa sails this oven
ing after tlnrk for the Colonics.
Ttimti: were full congregations in
the various churches last evening.
Mu. Huitnntir.s, purser of the
Mnraroa, has our thanks for San
Tin: lliH.i.ivrix came nearest of
any paper in guessing the time of
Urn Mararoa's arrival.
Jin. G. ytrehz, of Koioa, has
been quite ill for the past two weeks,
ami is yet on the sick list.
Tin: steamer Planter brings news
of rough weather about Kauai and
plenty of election liowing on shore.
Tin: two mile challenge race at
the Yoseinito Kink Saturday evening
between Fiji and Napoleon was won
by the latter.
Ilealcy will devote
the tent this
answering questions, written ones
Lr.wis & Co. received this morn
ing by the Mararoa a splendid assort
ment of ice-houso edibles too numer
ous to mention.
In the Supreme Court to-day, Mr.
Arthur Johnstone, of the J)uily
Press, pleaded not guilty to the
charge of libel. The matter may
come up for trial on Wednesday.
Tin: new and fast torn W. S.
Howno sails for San Francisco at
two o'clock to-morrow afternoon,
and will take a mail from tho Post
Olllcc. As the next steamer will be
the Australia on Feb. 9th. tho W.
S. B., with a twelve days' start, is
likely to deliver correspondence at
least a week ahead.
Amono the passengers by tho S. S.
Mararoa is an English gentleman,
Mr. Gilbert, who has spent some
months lately shooting in British
Columbia and is now on his way to
the Australian Colonies. 1 Ins gen
tleman met King Kalakaua when the
latter visited the Masonic Lodge at
Hongkong on the occasion of Col.
Judd's initiation to the mysteries of
the "free and accepted."
Tin: houso of Mr. L. L. Lapierrc,
corner of Kinau and Alapai streets,
was entered last evening while Mr.
and Mrs. Lapierrc were absent at
church. There was a general ran
sacking of the place, but nothing
was taken away, as the parties seem
to have been looking for money. A
partly open window in the bathroom
was utilized to gain entrance. Mr.
Lapierre says they struck the wrong
house for cash.
REAL ESTATE SALE.
real estate sale by E. P.
& Co., this noon, opened
with tho salo of a lease of Ilalawa
Fishery for five years, which was
knocked down to Afoon at S825 per
year. Of the Kalihi lots, which
were next offered, six had already
been disposed of private sale, and
tho balance were withdrawn. With
reference to the Booth property, the
auctioneer stated that at tho request
of certain intending purchasers, it
would not be offered in subdivisions
until Feb. 15th. The estate was
then offered as a wliolc, but failing
a satisfactory bid was withdrawn
until the before mentioned date.
ONLY FINED FOR A MURDEROUS AS
SAULT. On tho 0th of January a Portu
guese laborer on Hamakuapoko plan
tation, Maui, brutally assaulted Mr.
James Cowan, engineer at that place,
producing shocking wounds in his
face with a pitchfork. Tho only
provocation given was Mr. Cowan's
having taken the folk out of the
man's hands to show him how to
move some trash. On Friday last
the Portuguese was tried before tho
District Justice at Makawao, the
trial lasting from 10 a. m. till f r.
m. Being convicted tho prisoner
was fined 8100, which was at onco
paid. The inlliction of only a
pecuniary penalty for so gravo an
offense is regarded by people in tho
locality as a virtual failure of justice.
RACES AT THE CENTRAL PARK.
Tho races at Central Park Kink
Saturday night were interesting as
well as successful. Tho programmo
opened with a velocipcdo race by
three llttlo boys Charley Newcastle,
Alfred. Christian and Bonnie Mor
gan. They went around tho hall 22
tunes amid roars of laughter and
shouts of applause. Muster Chris
tian, having the advantage of tho
best velocipcdo, won tho race. Tho
next In order was the one-hour go-as-you-please
raco. Thcro were nine
entries, and at tho word "go" all
started off on a dog-trot. W. Mooro
was tho first to drop out, and was
Bhortlv followed bv four others.
Capt. McGregor, of tho Mokolii,
joined tho raco, but becamo winded
on the second lap. There was oc-
easional spurting that enlivened the
contest. Tolberl, the winner of the
lirst price, made eight miles and
cloven laps, beating J. Hiown,
winner of the second prize, by two
laps. A bicycle race between Bonnie
Whitney and Bertie Peterson was
the next event, which was won by
the latter by one lap.
A TAX RECEIPT MATTER.
In the course of last week, a tax
receipt was demanded by Harry K.
Ilipa, of the Queen's Own, with tho
words "qualified to vote," marked
thereon, but was not forthcoming.
On Saturday morning, Captain Geo.
II. Luco,Tux Collector, in answer to
a writ of mandamus, appeared be
fore the full bench of the Supreme
Court to show cause why such re
ceipt had not been issued. Mr. W.
11. Castle appeared for Ilipa, and
Ins lCxcellcucy tho Attorney General
for Captain Luce. Tho defendant's
answer was that the receipt in ques
tion had been delivered lo Captain
O'Connor of the Queen's Own. Mr.
Castle, claiming that the Collector is
tho only person legally empowered,
to issue a tax receipt, then asked
that a peremptory writ be issued lo
Captain Luce. The Court reserved
decision until this afternoon, when
tho Judges delivered their opinions,
separately. Following is the deliver
ance of tho Court, as read by Chief
Justice Judd, and expressly con
curred in by Justices McCully and
In order to entitle a petitioner to
a writ of mandamus, it must appear
that the respondent is clothed with
legal duly. The object of the writ
now sued for is to obtain a tax re
ceipt impressed with tho words,
"Qualified lo vote," tho production
of which at tho polls at tho coming
general election for representatives
of the people, is one of tho essentials
to enable tho petitioner to cast his
vote. Section 10 of tho act of 18G8,
clothes this respondent, as Tax Col
lector for tho District of Honolulu,
with tho duty of filling out and dc
Hvcriusr to every person entitled to
vote a tax receipt so impressed.
The qualifications of the petitioner
to vote arc not questioned by the
answer. But the respondent avers
that ho has made out and delivered
petitioner's tax receipt to tho
commanding officer of the volunteer
corps, "The Queen's Own," of
which petitioner is an enrolled mem
ber. Is this a discharge of his duty
in this respect? I think not. From
the tenor of tho answer, it would
appear that for convenience or to
insure identification of tho indivi
duals in tho volunteer corps, tho
respondent made the captain of the
corps his agent to deliver the re
ceipt to the petitioner. This the
agent has not done, though the re
cciptjwas filled out ready for delivery
on or soon after the 1st of No
vember last. Tho principal is re
sponsible for the acts of his agent
and is answerable for his neglect to
deliver tho receipt. He cannot in
this way evade the express duty
which tho law explicitly casts upon
him and upon him alone. The agent
is presumably under tho control of
his principal, and I cannot antici
pate that respondent will have any
difficulty iu revoking tho agency
and recovering the receipt. 1 deem
the cause shown to be insufllcioit,
and think that a peremptory man
date should issue to the respondent
that ho deliver the tax receipt in
question to petitioner on or beforo
12 o'clock, noon, on Tucsilay the
20th instant, and pay the cost of
A DETECTIVE FROM SAN FRANCISCO.
Ono of tho passuufferd by the S.
S. Mararoa was Mr. J. Bee, a de
tective bearing a requisition from
Governor Stoncman, of California,
to King Kalakaua, asking for tho
surrender of J. W. McCarthy, who
is charged with embezzling public
money. Tho accused was a Clerk
of the Supreme Court of California,
who is alleged to have got away
from tho Coast with a lartro amount
of funds, arriving hero on January
12th by tho S. S. St. Paul. Ho has
become well-known about town since
ids arrival by his proper name.
The California authorities were con
fident, in sending him here, that
under tho laws of this Kingdom
there would bo no difficulty about
securing the surrender of the fugi
tive. Immediately upon his arrival tho
detective presented his mission and
caso to Marshal Sopor, who at onco
caused the arrest of McCarthy. Tho
latter, however, engaged Mr. W. A.
Whiting as his legal adviser, who de
manded his client's release until
cause for his detention had been
shown under tho Hawaiian laws.
This demand was acceded to, Mr.
Whiting having stipulated to pro
duce tho accused whenever required
by legal process. The treaty with
tho United States provides for tho
surrender by either country of per
sons charged with felonies, including
forgery and robbery, but not em
bezzlement. Tho California author
ities aro, however, relying upon Sec,
419 of tho compiled laws of Hawaii,
which is as follows:
Tho respective judges and magis
trates of tho kingdom shall havo autho
rity, upon complaint mado under oath,
to Issue a warrant for tho apprcheuslpa
of any person charged with tho com-
mission of a cvhn-, In any fotclcu coun
try, that ho may ho brought before ucli
judges or other magistrates respec
tively, to the end that the evidence of
such criminality may be heard and con
sidered; and If on Mich hearing tho evi
dence bo deemed sulllcleut to sustain
tho charges, it gimll bo the duty of tho
examining judge or magistrate to ccr
tlfv the same to the Minister of Foielgu
Affair, that lm may Isue a warrant for
tho surrender of such fugitive.'
How McCarthy escaped from San
Francisco may bo gathered from the
following account iu the Call:
Owing to tho m vsterlous hints dropped
by several of 3lef!arlliy's friends yester
day, the Impression began lo grow that
the mlsidiig clerk had not gone to Hono
lulu, but was still In the city waiting to
have bis affairs straightened out. The
facts of .McCarthy's departiue are
LastSatuiday afternoon, twenty-live
minutes before the advertised time of
sailing of the St. Paul for Honolulu.
W. lC Davenpott, the ticket agent of
the Oceanic Steamship Company, at
lili!) 3laiket street, went down to the
steamer, leaving further salo of tickets
lo his assistant, William K. Van Itnint.
A few moments after 31r. Davenport's
departure, a lady, who U described as
between ::." and :is years of age. of pleas
ing appearance, a Utile under the me
dium statuiu, lino plump figure, good
teeth, a rather stout full face, palu com
plexion, dark-biown eyes and brown
hair, well-niodulated voice, prepossess
ing manners, and (pilellj attlied, nkcd
3lr. Van Brunt "if that was the Hono
lulu ticket olllce. ami if hu could pur
chaso a ticket." On tho u.une of the
passenger being asked. hc replied. ,4J.
3lcCarthy." Tno clerk Inquired. "31 r.
or 3Irs.?" and tho lady again replied,
"J. 3IcCarthy," tendeilng four S'JO gold
pieces for the ticket. Van Iliuut Imme
diately telephoned to 31r. Davenport at
tho dock th.it a lady had bought a ticket
on tho steamer, fully believing that it
was for her own iii A sharp lookout
was kept at the dock for the lady by the
ship's ojleers and 31r. Davenport, but
she did not appear.
About two minutes before the lines
wero thrown off 3Ir. Davenport oamo
down tho gangway to the dock, and just
then was met by a man who was going
hurriedly on hoard. When asked by
3Ir. Davenport If ho was a pas-enger he
presented the ticket purchased by tho
lady a few minutes before, and was
passed on boaid. A change of cabins
being necessary caused some delay.
While such change was being effected
the purser, It. T. Guard, rccognled tho
lato coiner as J. W. 3IcCarthy, clerk of
tho Supreme Court of this city, and
came up to shake hands with lilm, say
lug, "How nut you, 3Iac?"'
This recalled 3lcCnrdiy to 31 r. Daven
poit's meniorv and ho then alo recog
nized him as J. W. 3IeCai.hy, clerk of
the Supremo Court. The vessel then
threw off her lines, put into the stream
and left for the Hawaiian Island.
3TcCariliy had no baggage of any
kind, and unless ho slipped oveiboard
off the heads and reached the shore
either by a boat or by swimming is now
bounding over tho billows of the Pacific.
The Alia California, discussing
the possibility of McCarthy's sur
render, says, "If McCarthy is re
turned by force from Honolulu, it
will be the first case on record, and
will bo in a manner a test caso, as
tho Islands aro thickly populated
with defaulters and embezzlers, who
will undoubtedly watch tho result of
Bee's efforts with great interest."
The amount of McCarthy's alleged
peculations is difficult to ascertain.
In tho Weekleij Call of the 7th a
statement of the Bank of California
shows warrants cashed by it on tho
Stato Treasury, which were pre
sented by McCarthy, to the amount
of $5,103.53; also, a telephone
message from Sacramento is given,
stating that tho amount of the war
rants discounted sinco April last at
D. O. Mills bank was S3.078.G9.
Charles II. McCarthy, Clerk of
Stanislaus County, had promised to
settle all his brother's deficiencies.
S. S. Mararoa.
17 lh, jicr
Miss Kate Bayard, daughter of
tho Sacrctary of State, died sud
denly at her home in Washington on
the IGth inst. Slio died of disease
of tho heart, while her presence was
being awaited at a reception in tho
Whito House, nt which she was lo
assist Miss Cleveland.
A cablegram says that the great
stool manufacturer, Marshall, of
Sheffield, is about to remove his
entire works to America. Tho firm
employs 3,()00 men there Some of
the most skilled men will bo taken
over and tho rest will ho hired in
America. The State Department
has been informed of the fact, which
is regarded as a striking proof of
foreign confidence in tho results of
tho new administration and thu
reality of the American business
At a mass meeting held in Sacra
mento, Dec. 18th, a permanent
organization was made of a Citi
zens' Anti-Chinoso Association, and
it was decided to call a Stato Con
vention to meet in that city on
Wednesday, March 10th. Arrange
ments have accordingly boon well
forwarded for tho convention.
Colored laborers from North Caro
lina arc moving into California,
where thoy aro being engaged, to
replace Chinese in tho fields.
Tl(o Washington Territory Houso
lios unanimously passod a local
option liquor bill.
G. W. Tyler has been indicted for
felouy for his connection with tho
procuring of the nQldavits of Isa-
bclla Clark for use iu tho Sharon
Kvcry individual and firm in
Truckcc, Nevada, have discharged
their Chinese laborers and rescinded
their wood contracts, except Sisson,
Crocker & Co. and EJlo Ellon, and
these have been ordered to be boy
cotted by the largest anti-Chinese
mooting yet held in the town.
A largely attended auti-Chineso
meeting in Santcr Cruz adopted a
petition and an ordinance, lo bo
submitted to the Council, compel
ling the removal of the Cnlneso from
tho city limits.
Hx-Judgo David S. Terry and
Sarah Althca Hill wero married in
the Catholic parsonage at Stockton
on the 7th Inst. Tho license gave
the ago of the Judge as G2 and that
of "Sarah Althca Hill Sharon" as
32. After tho weddicg breakfast
the groom repaired lo the Superior
Court, where ho was engaged in a
divorce case. He is said to have
provided for his son by buying him
a largo ranch iu Fresno county.
iiii:at commotion oveh iiii:i.am.
A special cablegram to the Now
York World says tho great bulk of
both British political parties arc
literally howling for a renewal of
the coercion acts in Ireland, for tho
suppression of the National League
as a body of conspirators, and for
the punishment of the leaders as
traitors. The correspondent had
seen the Liberal and Radical leaders,
finding that while there is a wide
divergence between Liberals and
Radicals, he is convinced that the
leaders believe that British public
opinion will demand a renewal of
coercion iu Ireland and a ruthless
stamping out of the national spirit.
Henry M. Stanley, tho African
explorer, publishes a letter over his
own name, In which ho expresses
his horror at Parnellism in these
words: "Had wo of the North
listened to thu South as England
now listens to the Irish separatists,
where would the American Union
be? We didn't listen; wo fought."
The Methodist clergy of Ireland,
at their recent meeting in Dublin,
adopted a resolution stating that
any legislation tending to dissolve
thu union will prejudice the moral
and material interests of Ireland.
The Methodist press of England has
also recently adopted a hostile atti
tude towards tho Home-Rule move
ment. These instances show that,
for the first time in its history, the
Methodist Church of Great Britain
is being used as a partisan in
Lord Carnarvon has resigned the
viccroyalty of Ireland. The New
York Tribune's correspondent cables
that this event marks tho collapse of
an interesting experiment. Tho
viccroyalty of that amiable noble
man was the outward and visible
sign of a Tory-Parnellito alliance.
He went to Dublin lo make an
honest effort to govern Ireland by
means of tho ordinary laws, re
linquishing the crime act, and rely
ing on Mr. Parncll'3 co-operation in
maintaining order. This well-meant
endeavor to repress crime by tho
help of those who, as Englishmen
put the case, arc interested in its
success, ends with Lord Carnar
von's return to England.
Both parties agrco that the con
dition of Ireland was never moro
alarming than it is at present. Earl
Cowper's warning that tho country
was on the eve of the most formid
able strike against rent yet seen is
already justified. Tho leagtto lias
organized combinations among tho
tenants over a largo part of the
country. It undertakes to fix an
arbitrary percent of reductions, and
prohibits all payments to landlords
who refuse to accopt tho Icaguo's
scale. Judicial rents, held, accord
ing to Mr. Parnell's dictum, to bo
no more binding than other attempts
of landlords to enforco payment by
legal means, are resisted by organ
ized force. The landlords on their
side aro organizing also. The Duke
of Devonshire, Lord Ilartington's
father, owning 00,000 acres in Ire
land, has accepted tho prosidency
of tho Irish Defonoo Union.
United Ireland, tho chief Par
ucllite organ, declares with all
solemnity that it regards the agra
rian struggle as never during tho
century more serious than it is now;
that tho population of several coun
ties is ready to tuko up arms, and
that the people will not submit
cither to eviction or punishment for
resistance. It openly threatens re
ptisals if tho Government attempts
to enforco the law. Tho Archbishop
of Dublin, in yesterday's speech,
echoes theso threats.
The Freeman's Journal has a
powerful articlu on the Cabinet's
P.O. BOX 315.
Real Estate Agent, Custom Houso Broker,
Employment Agent, Monoy Broker, '
Wilucr's Steamship Agent, Manager Hawaiian Opera House,
Great Ilurllngton Railroad Agent Fire nnd Life Insurance Agent,
iu America. (lU21y)
resolve to Uso coercion, saying It
would be idle for tho Irish people lo
disguise from themselves the neces
sity of calmly preparing for a catas
trophe, and speaking of tho threat
of sending Lord Wolselcy over to
dragoon the country, with other
alarming signs, as warning of "pos
sibilities, thu inevitable result of
which would bo of a character that
no ono having tho feelings of a
human being could contemplate
Tho judges iu thcTJOUth and west
of Ireland are signing writs by tho
hundred. There is apparently more
distention than since the awful
winter of 1879. Already famino
and scenes of violence arc reported.
Mobs of starving men arc breaking
up tho meetings of tho poor law
guardians with demands for food,
and dead bodies arc being found iu
the roadside wasted to the bone. "It
is at such limes as this," cables the
Herald correspondent, " that a
single judge in Kilkenny issues over
200 writs of eviction in one day, in
volving the tearing off of the roofs
from over the heads of at least a
thousand human beings, and this Is
a sample of what is going on in
Among other rumors of the Gov
ernment's sinister intentions is that
"Lord Wolselcy will lie sent over
with a dictator's power to put the
wliolc of the island under martial
law. People who profess to bo in
his confidence assert that ho is ready
to assume tho task. If ho went, it
would not be as Viceroy, which
office has been left vacant, but as a
sort' of Cromwell in the commission
of the landlords of Ireland, and
their marplot lackeys in Ulster are
energetically ploughing the land for
this expected harvest of bayonets.
If tho winter docs not end iu terri
ble bloodshed it will bo no fault of
The now French Cabinet, announc
ed on Jan. 7th, Is as follows: Do
Froycinut, President of the Council
and Minister of Foreign Affairs;
Sarrien, Minister of the Interior;
Sadi Carnot, Minister of Finance ;
Goblet, Minister of Public Instruc
tion ; Dcviolo, Minister of Justice ;
Dcvclle, Minister of Agriculture;
General Boulangcr, Minister of War ;
Aubra, Minister of Marino and
Colonics; Brabant, Minister of Pub
lic Works; Granct, Minister of
Posts and Telegraphs, and Lockroy,
Minister of Commerce. Tho Minis
ter of the Interior is said to lie a
third-rate politician, whose appoint
ment will provo a source of weak
ness. Jan. lb tn do freyciiict matte a
declaration in the Chamber of Depu
ties concerning tho policy tho new
Cabinet would follow. He said tho
colonial policy would bo less adven
turous than that of its recent pre
decessor. This statement was re
ceived with cheers by the Deputies.
The treaty of peace with Mada
gascar has been signed.
The manifesto which the Spanish
bishops submitted to tho Pope on
tho death of King Alfonso has been
approved by tho Pope, and will be
published forthwith. Tho Pope says :
"I would strongly impress upon you
that although politics aro based upon
religion, you must not engage in
politics ; provided faith in Catholic
principles is respected, all forms of
government aro admissible." This
is considered a fatal blow to the
pretensions of the Carlists.
Annual Meeting: Notice.
TUB Annual Meeting of the Hawaii,
an Itamie Company (Limited), will
be held at tho ollleo of A. J. Cartwriglit,
Esq., Knahumann Street, on MONDAY,
February 8, 1880, at 10 o'clock a.m.
31 aw W. F. ALLEN, Bec'y.
FOR SAN FRANCISCO.
The Splendid now American
" W. S. Bowno,"
Having superior Cabin nccommod.
lions, will lcavo for tho above port
For freight or passage, apply to
It F. A. SOUAEFER & Co., Ag'U.
AS3IALL Leather Purse, containing
ono $20 Illll, two Tax Kecoipti,
and two Deposit Certificates of Ulshop
& Co., In favor of James, Wallace, one.
No. 1U823 for $500, and one, No. 18851
.for $100. All persons aro cautioned
against negotiating tho above receipts,
as payment at tho Bank has been atop,
pen. A roward of $2'5 will bo paid thq
person returning tho above to tho Htoro
of J. M. Oat, Jr., & Co.
tM lw JAMES WALLACE.
Honolulu, II. I.
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