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THE PRESENT NUMMARY.
POwintr to the unusual lentrth of
tmio elapsing between Meainern to
the CiiiiHti it linn lieen itniw.si)tlo to
morve lepoits of mhiio of tin must
important local happening inct mr
last foioign summary. The editor of
thu "Daily l'ie."" wan n nested for
eriiiiinal libel against Mr. Neumann,
Attorney-Oeneral, in something il
laid about his eonneetion with the
iilluint of the late Edwin Oakley, who
rominitted nuieide in desperation
over not hoing able to net u settle
ment of aeeonnt for woik done for
thu Palace. When thu prosecution
rested in tho Supreme Court, .lodge
l'teston instiueted the jury that the
jndielment was so faulty that unease
could be made out on it. Where
iiixiii a veidiel of "not utility " was.
given fioin the box. The most excit
ing event was the ariest and trial of
Thus. 11. Walker, on a charge of
having burglarized the l'ost-olllee.
Beginning at 10 o'clock on Friday
morning, Jan. 2.)th, the trial lasted
until near midnight of .Jan. JlOtli, the
last day of tho term, when the jury
disagreeing were discharged. De
fendant was held in bail of $ii,(XK) to
appear at nest term. The principal
witness against him was 1. 15. I'eter
Kon, Deputy Postmaster, who testilied
he left tho safes and door of thcollicc
open, according to mutual in range
ment, for Walker to commit the 10b
bery, Peterson's object being to have
his'books, that showed a deficiency,
taken out and destioyed. Whoever
enteied the otlice left the books 1ml
took away about -f 1,000 or .ffi.OOO.
DEATH OF MR. HENRY GORNWELL.
Tho schooner Emma arrived this
morning from Olowalu, with the sad
tidings of the death of Jlr. Henry
Cornwell, who, after a lingering ill
ness, oxpiiod at noon .Sunday last, at
his residence, Waiktipu, Aluui. Mr.
Cornwell was an old resident here
who had many friends, and was noted
for his interest in the improvement
of horse slock on tho Islands. Mr.
Cornwell came from Iliooklyn, N. Y.,
some 2.") years ago, and was at death
about (U years of age. For three
years after his arrival he kept a meat
market on King stieet, where Air.
Waller now keeps a similar place.
Afterward he went to Waikapu with
his brother-in-law, Air. .lames Lou
zada, to engage in sugar-planting,
upon his partner's death succeeding
to tho solo ownership of tho planta
tion. Feb. lOtli.
BISHOP & Co.. BANKERS
Honolulu, Hawaiian Islands.
Draw Exchange on tho
J3iui.lt ol' OulHbiMiiii, S. IT.
And their agents in
NEW YORK, BOSTON, HONG KONG.
Messrs. N. M. Rothschild & Son, London
The Commercial Bank Co., of Sydney,
The Connnercinl llank Co., of Sydney,
The Bank of New Zealand: Auckland,
Cliristchureh, and Wellington,
The Bank of British Columbia,
toria, B. C, and Portland, Or,
Transact a General Banking Business.
lu ginJa gwIUiin,
Pledged to neither Sect nor Party,
Bat established for the benefit of all.
THURSDAY, FEB. 11, 188G.
DAMAGING THE TREATY.
The Advertiser, without any symp
toms of shame, gives the intelligence
that its own charges of discrimina
tion against American bottoms, by
some of our merchants, which this
paper showed to be unfounded, have
been seized ifpon to damage the
Treaty by its enemies in Congress.
However, our contemporary is not
likely to have the vandal gratifica
tion of seeing its weapon against
political opponents doing tho damage
it might in other hands to the inter
ests of this kingdom. There are so
far no very alarming developments
in the situation at Washington, not
withstanding the misrepresentations
of the Honolulu merchants that have
gone forward from the office of a
professedly patriotic locul paper.
Moro Chinese every steamer and
many vessels increase tho tale. The
more the sorrior for tho native race
mid white traders and mechanics.
Now that tho Government is stiong
it should prove the sincerity of its
professions against Mongolian as
cendency. Kays tho San Francisco "Alta:"
"So Clerk McCaithy went to Hono
lulu for his health, found it there and
will bo back. It would boa little funny
if tho whole case should bo u verifica
tion of tho proverb, ' Lea absents
out totrjourn tort.' If ho sets his
light foot upon these shoics within
nixty days of his dopartuio on tho
good ship Kt. Paul, theio will lesult
the liveliest legal complication that
linn over engaged our Com in."
Hlaino is to write u book taking up
tho political history of tho country
antecedent to tho time covered jn tho
jlrst volume of his ''Twenty Years in
THE DAILY BULLETIN SUMMARY) HONOLULU. H. L, THURSDAY,
(Smi I'hni'isco, Jan, 'AOlh, per S.
S SL Paul.)
The icsignation of Lord Salisbury
was accepted by the Queen, and Mr.
Gladstone summoned to form a new
Cabinet. The chief matter of inteiest
in connection with thu new cabinet,
which had not yet been announced,
is the lelalions it may have to the
Irish question, and tho probable atti
tude to bo assumed by Mr. Parnell
and his associates. The possibility
ol Air. rarnen necoming a eainncv
minister was freely discussed. Mi'.
Chamberlain was expected to fall
into line and suppoit his old chief.
The Libeial pally, pieviously thieiit
ened with disintegialion, was draw
ing together. A lieice onslaught up
on tin Irish was made in the Nine
teenth Century, dunging that they
engage in conspiracies wheiever they
may be, and advising the English
Uovoriiniont to exciciso firmness in
the treatment, as otherwise a re-conquest
of that country may bo neces
Hiuy. The London Telegraph says of
the possible admission of Mr. Parnell
to Ihi' Cabinet : The question sounds
staitling at lirst sight, yet we mean
tho inquiry all in good faith. To de
vise a plan for Home Kule, and in it
to ignoie Mr. Parnell, is like invent
ing a machine and fotgetting to
make allowance for the fiiclion. Our
kinsmen of the United States have
taken into the Federal Cabinet ex
Confeilerate ollicials. Wo gave over
the (iovcrnmcut of Canada, not
merely to agitators, but to men who
had fought us with arms.
Till: (IKIIMAX llMIMIli:.
In tho Prussian Landtag during a
discussion cm tho Spirit Monopoly
bill, Prince Bismarck declared that if
tho spirit monopoly was refused the
Government would be forced to im
pose an enormous license upon
Mr. .lessen, the German-American
who was recently forcibly expelled
from Norberg, returned to that town
and was immediately arrested.
Tlir. OltlXMAX DIKTt'KUAN'Ci:.
The Bulgarian Foreign Minister at
Constantinople is negotiating with
the Poilo for the complete union of
Bulgaria and Eastern Houmelia, with
one Legislature and Administration
for both. The Porte is favorable to
the scheme, and an early settlement
of the question is expected. Tho
Turkish and Bulgarian troops, on the
fiontit-r aio on tho best of terms and
Thirty thousand Martini lilies from
America have been forwarded to the
front. Tho licet is taking on board
.three months' provision and supply
The Porte threatens the immedi
ate invasion of Thessaly. It is
rumored that the British fleet has
arrived at Crete. Tho fall of the
Salisbury Government in England
has raised the hopes of this Greek
Greece has informed Turkey that
the Greek squadron has gone on a
cruise, ami will not visit Crete.
Bulgaria has ordered the Servian
frontier closed totraflic. Tho Servians,
aro gieatly irritated by this action.
The St. Petersburg "Novosti" says
that England's action in legard to
Gieeco is merely a pretext for send
ing a fleet to Turkish waters.
The Greek Government lecently
bought the steamer Hammonia for
conversion into a man-of-war. Ger
many objected to the purchase, which
was, consequently, annulled. An
order from tho Greek Government
for 1,200 horses has been received in
The storm that niged on tho Pacific
Coast during the last week of Janu
ary is pronounced by far tho most
severe experienced by the oldest
The Citizens' Anti-Chineso Collect
ing Committee in Sacramento, were
meeting with good biiccess. White
farm labor was being employed and
sent into the country. Convictions
of Chinamen for overcrowding in
violation of tho cubic air ordinance,
wore becoming numerous.
THE HAWAIIAN MISSION TO EUROPE.
The Philadelphia "Ledger's" Wash
ington special of Jan. 27th, referring
to tho Hawaiian Minister's mission to
Europe, from which ho recently re
turned, says: With tho approval of
President Cleveland, Minister Carter
went to Europo to induce (lennany
and Spain to withdraw their Caroline
Island claims and to permit insular
independence throughout the entire
aiehipelago. lleforo Carter's arrival
in Europe, however, the dispute be
tween (icrmuny and Spain had been
settled and Piiucu Bismarck said it
was too Into to consider tho Hawaiian
pioposition. Had it been earlier re
ceived Bismarck said that Germany
would lnivo assented to it. Minister
Carter returned to England and
sought tho good olliees of the British
Government to seeuio a surrender by
both Germany and Spain of their
claims to the Paciiic islands, and u
pioposition was formally submitted to
both o( these governments, with tho
approval of England, Franco and the
United States. Tho negotiations were
defeated, however, by tho death of
King Alfonso and the formation of a
new Cabinet under the present re
MORMONS WANTING ANTSLAND.
A Chicago despatch of Jan, 27th
says; The statement has been made
at various times that an oll'oil is be
ing niado to hiduco the Mormon
Uhllioll to nllrullilBl) Oho of tilt) liUgesl
islands in tho Hawaiian group. It
transphes that Dr. (borgi) A. Ituwron, '
fo.nierly of this city was .ent to Halt
Lake to confer with the Olhcmls thpie ,
towaid the puichase of an island of
one million acres owned by James
Campbell. Bawson is now here.
He says ho was not able to consult
with tiio Mormon Church officials
when at Salt Lake, for various
leiis'oiiH, but expects to bo able to do
so soon and expects to be able to con
duet successful negotiations, lie
says thu chief drawback will bo tho
laws of the Kingdom, as they now
exist, forbidding polygamy.
THE HAWAIIAN BAND
WILL phiv at t lio l.iinalilo Home nn
SATURDAY AFTERNOON, llic
lllth hist., from li'ilf.pnsl II o'clock, in
honor of Ills lain Majesty Limalilo, up
on which occasion the public nic in
vited to visit the institution.
TRUSTEES LUNALILO ESTATE.
Attention ! Honolulu Rifles.
AiiMoitv Honolulu Riflks, )
Honolulu, February 10, 188(1. )
Company Orders No. ?, N.S.
Every member of this com
mand Is hereby oidercd to
appear at the Armory on
ElUDAY, Feb. llilh, at 2 cm.
sluup, In full fnliguc mil.
form, for the purpose of at-
lending 'target I'riiultcc.
A first-class Baker's and Family Flour.
FOR SALE BY
CASTLE & COOKE.
TO RENT, OHEAr.
A COTTAGE of Booms. Five
minutes' walk from the Post
Olllce. Apply to
.1. ALFKEI) JIAGOOX,
42 Merchant Street. 4 if
THE adjourned annual Meeting of
the Hawaiian Bnmio Company
(Limited) will beheld at the olllce of
A. J. Cirtwrlght. Esq., Kaalmmiinu St.,
on MONDAY, Fcbiuary 15, 1880, nt 10
o'clock a.m. W. F. ALLEN,
4(1 lv Secretary.
JSTOTDE COAL !-
Housekeepers take notice!
Xlic Bent Lot
Ever brought to thii Market. For sale
in quantities to suit by
CASTLE & COOKE.
Xusliioiuvlolc Olon.lt mill
Corner of Alakca & King Sts.
Feathers Cleaned and Dyed.
A LL persons havinir any
jtx. agniiiit me are hereby requested
to present the same to WM. CHILTON,
at Ids barber shop, on Fort street, before
March 10th next, and all persons in.
debted to me. arc requested also to pay
the same to tho above-named Win. Cliil
ton. And all peitons are hereby further
cautioned not to negotiate any notes
heretofore made by me; and also not to
trust any one in iiiy name without my
Honolulu, Feb 2, 18S0. 41 2w
Election of Olliccrs.
AT tho Annual Meeting of tho Ha
waiian Agricultural Company
held on the 21 at January, the following
olliccrs were elected to servo for the cur.
Ho.v, Cuas R. Bishop President
Mil. Sam'i. 0. Ai.i.un Vice-President
Mn. P. C. Joxks Treasurer
Jin. Josiumi O. Cautkh Secretary
Mu. Tom M ay Auditor
Directors Hon. C. L. Bishop, Mr. S.
C. Allen and Mr. P. C. Jones.
J. O. CARTER,
Seo'y Hawaiian Agricultural Co.
Honolulu, Jan. !'-', 18ft0. 83 lm
Election of OHlccrs.
A T the Annuol Meeting of tho East
jtJL Nam riuntatimi
3, the folic
on tho 20th January. 1B80
olliccrs wcro duly elected
for the cur-
Cor.. WM. F. Ai.i.kn President
J. Kb. Hoi'i'MANN Vice-President
P. C. Jonks Secretary A; Treasiuer
Cot,. Wji. F. Ai.i.un Auditor
Director: Col. Win. F. Allen, Hon. C.
R. Bishop and P. C. Jones.
J. 0. CARTER,
Sec'y pro tern E. Maul Plantation Co.
AVING been appointed by tho
Supremo Court in Prolmto tem
porary Administrators ol tne instate oi
Abulia, otherwise Lceng Tat Plo, late of
Wainhui, of tho Iland of Oiihu, de.
ceased, wo hereby notify all creditors
of tho eald Alnum to present their
claims against tho said Estate, and nil
pcrsoiiH owing to the said Estate to
miiku immediate payment to us, .at the
olllce of M. S, Qrlnlmum As Co., in
Honolulu, January 16, 1880. 27 4 w
Spuchil sulo oi
W , ri A
U fll'ODC1 QPPl Q (TQC! X.
flUlOUO, UdllldpS tt
ii FRIDAY, Ecb. J 2th,
at 12 noon, I will sell at Public Auc-
thin, In Trout of my Salesroom,
No. 10 Queen Street,
broken and unbroken,
very slightly ucd and hi good order,
I New I'liacton,
1 Top Huggy, new, and
6 Sets New Buggy Harness.
LEWIS .J. LEVEY,
45 ftl Auctioneer.
Important Sale of
lain instiuctcd by Mr. J. A. Hnssin
ger to sell, at the kite residence of W.
D. Smith, E(i, Pemacola Street, the
whole of Ids elegant household fiirnl
THURSDAY, Fcl. ISlli,
at 10 A m., consisting of
1 B.W. Parlor Set,
Upholstered in hair cloth,
1 Grand Square Plana, by AVoodward &
Urown, of Boston;
1 Elegant Parlor Mirror. wiHi I1W
An extensive and valuable assortment of
1 lJW !ookCa.c, 1 BW side board, Side
Extension Dining Table and Chairs,
Large and Small ltngs and Mats, Oil
Paintings mid CIiioiihm,
Silver-plated Ware, Glassware. Crockery
I Florence Sewing Machine, 1 Wilcox &
Glbb's Sewing Machine,
BW Bedroom Set, Painted Bcdioom
Sets. BW Wardrobe,
Iron Refrigerator, Meat Safes, Chande
liers and Lamps,
Veranda Cliulrs, sundry Kitchen Furni
ture and Utensils,
Lawn Mower and Garden Tools, Ac. &e.
Also, 1 fine American
Family Carriap Horse,
1 C.irrlage Pony, 1 Family Carriage,
1 Phaeton, Saddle Horses, Hiiiuuts and
Saddles, Live Frogs,
Stuffed Animnls and Birds, a superior
lot of Poultry, and 3 fine
Milk Cows and Heifers.
t2T N.B. The House will be dpen for
inspection on Wednesday, the 17th Inst.,
from 10 a.m.
LEWIS J. LEVEY,
48 7t Auctioneer.
In accordance with a powei of solo
contained in a certain mortgage made
by Hop Wo Company to B. F. Dilling
limn, dated August Ui, 1885, and record
ed in Liber 07, p. 105, 100. Notice is
hereby given that said mortgagee in
tends to foreclose said mortgage for
condition broken, and upon said fore.
closure will sell at public auction nt the
Aslor House Restnurant, Hotel Street,
Wednesday, February 24th,
at 10 a.m., the following articles:
!l trays, 80 dinner plates, 80 soup plates,
2 huge platters, 100 small platters, 20
saucers, 1 cooking ramie and utensils
thereto belonging, cook house tables, 1
ice chest, water piping and sinks, 23
tables, Si chairs, 11 pictuies, 1 counter,
1 desk, 1 basket, 1 mirror, 1 linen con.
tainer, 1 lion safe, 2 water coolers, 17
cruets, l(i lamps, 100 knives and forks, 1
clonk, 100 table spoons, 100 tea spoons,
11 pitchers, il muter umwib, 20 sugar
bowls, 20 water glasses and all other
goods, wares and property of every kind
used hi connection with the suldAMor
House Restaurant business.
E. P. ADAMS & Co.,
B. F. Dn.MNGiiAM, Mortgagee.
Honolulu, Feb tl, 1880. 47 14t
Election of Olliccrs.
AT the Annual Meeting of the stock,
holders of tho IColiala Sugar Co.
held this Oth day of February, 1880, the
following olllce'rs were elected for the
S. 0. Ai.u:n President
Hon. J. Mcrrr Smith.... Vice-President
Hon. S. N. Casii.i: Ticasiircr
J. B. Athkuion Secretary
O. M.Cooki: Auditor
J. B. ATIIERTON, Sec'y.
Honolulu, Feb. I), lSao. 47 lw
AVINUMlhL, 10ft. diameter, com
plete, with Comnoslt on Pump and
Framework, 14ft. high. 1 l,000.allon
Wooilen Tank (nearly now) and Frame
for mine, 71t. high, all in good order.
Also, liOO feet, moro or less, of ?. Gal.
vani.ed Pipe, second hand. Apply lo
Ilur.Ut.TiN Olllce. Utj 2w
L. 1$. S.
rpiIE LADIES' BENEVOLENT SO.
X CIETY will hold their regular
monthly soclnl on THURSDAY EVEN
INO hi Fort Stieet Church Vestry.
There will bo a Bliort musical ami liter
ary piogranime, beginning promptly ot
7:110, and followed by tlie sale of Ice
cream. MRS. WM. W. HALL,
40 4t Secretary.
DaYls & Wilder,
IMPOUTEIIS AND DEALERS IN
STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES.
Receive by every steamer from the ('oast, regular replenishments of
Groceries of the Choicest Brands:
Jacob Hold's Biill'ulo Hams, H. M. Dtipco Bieakfast Bacon ; Now York and
uiiln. (Jrvatn, Limbiirger, HwIbs, Young America, tuiim ami rino Apnio
Cheese; Fairbanks' Laid, Nos. 0, (5 and 10 tins; Cutting's Table and Pic
Fruit, Pears, Peaches, Apricots, Crapes, Cherries, Egg and Damson Plums,
Jams and Jellies; Canned, Curried, Potted and Deviled Meats, Fowl and
Fish: Dried and Pilled Peaches. Cherries. Plums. Prunes. Apples, Fics.
Dates, Nuts and Raisins. Meals
worms ami veaels; (lat Meal, Cracked Wlical, Yellow Com Meal, White
Coin jMc.iI, Giuliani Flour, small and large Hominy, Buckheat,A:c., Cala.
Cracker Co. 's Crackers and Fancy Biscuits In every variety. !!51li KcgH
Selected Salmon Bellies; Choice Family Corn Beof, nnd Pork; Mixed
Pickles, Saner Kraut, French Capers, Mushrooms, Peas, S'trdlncs, ifs and
s; Pete do FoioGras.
Crosse & Blackwell's
Fruits, marmalades, Jams, Jellies, Sultana Raisins, Currants, Salad Oil,
Pickles, Spices, Pepper, Mustard, Mint, &c, Worcestershire, Tomato, Chut
ney ami Tobaico Sauces, Chili Colorow & DurkcesSalnd Dressing; Oiange,
Lemon and Citron Peel ; S.igo, Tapioca, Corn Starch, Pearl Barley, Gcrmea.
Imperial Gruniim, White Outs, &c.
McCondray & Go.'s Choicest Brands of Green & Black Teas.
Fresh Flower and Vegetable Seeds always on hand.
From (lie following Dairies: Bold D.ilry, Koohiu, Qiiliu; Carsloy nnd Johnson
Dairies, Huiialn, Hawaii; Palolo Dairy, Palolo Valley, Oiihu; Kawalioa D.w.y,
Waialua, Oiilittl IS'" This Butler being kept in our superb Refrigerator iimicr
fro.cn temperature guarantees the flavor anil quality unsurpassed.
Our Ice House Goods
By evurv steamer, is n special feature, comprising California Fresh Fruits, Vego
tables Fish, Butler Point Reyes Rolf and every delicacy IN SEASON that the
Sim Francisco market affords.
C2T Orders dispatched promptly. Dally deliveries mode to all parts of tho
city, Walkikl and the Valley. Ice packed and shipped to the other islands.
Island niders for families mid plantations filled with special care.
Boll Tolophono 274;
so, send mo 20 yards.
lmve ever seen for the Money .''
" Quite right. It's below value !"
IVOTIOE TO THLEJ
Ladies and Gentlemen of Honolulu.
THE FIRM OF
TEMPLE OF FASHION !
Are retiring from the Clothing, Gents Furnishing and Hat business, In
order to make room for tUeir largo importations of
DRY GOODS, DRY GOODS,
And oiler for sale at exceptional and genulno bargains their entire
unsurpassed Stock of
Men's, Youth's and Boys'
Suits, Hats, Cans, etc., etc.
1,nTlwnm"JfrI,c,mls",f "r 3!I,S- 00IIN wl hoghidtoleaiu Unit ho linn re
turned from San iMiinelsco and wllll conduct and superintend this Clearance Sale
peiHouuiiy, which alone is a guarantee to our-inany patrons of its genuineness.
Come and Secure Your Bargains, No
Eeasonable Offer Refused,
Queen St., next Bulletin Office
Horses broken to Sad
dle and Harness,
jf f3frfr.- day. week, or month,
Horses Clipped. KS9' Telephone 181.
,1. It. WIMIBK.
nut up in 101b. tins proof aKiiinst
P. 0. Box 435.
IS that YOU, MR. FISIIEL ?
"Have you any more of
that brown JERSEY cloth
double width, such as you
sold to Mrs. Jenkinson yes
terday for $1 50 a yard ? If
tho FINEST MATERIAL I
S. COHN & CO.,
For San Erancisco.
Tho Magnificent Steamship
Will leave for thu above port on or
about FEBRUARY It, 1880. For height
and pasbago, apply to
220 H. HACKFELD & CO., Ag'tn.
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