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DIHXIOI' & Co., DANKlCliS
Honolulu, Hawaiian Islands.
Draw Evchangc on the
J3itnU ol Culiroiruln, S. F.
And their agents In
NEW YORK. BOSTON. HONG KONG.
Mesr. N. St. Hothchlld & Son, London
The Commercial Hank Co., of Sydney,
The Commercial Bunk Co, of Sydney,
The Hunk of New Zi-ahiml. Autklind,
Chrlstohureh, mid Wellington,
Th- Bunk of HritUh Columbia, Vic
tot lit, B. U., mid Portland, Or.
TniiKitct a General Banking Business.
Hedged to neither Soct nor Party.
But tstalillehtil for tho benefit of nil.
MONDAY, FEB. 22, 188C.
So much important news has been
received by the Alameda that it can
not all be told intelligibly at .once.
Among the matters left for relation
in ftittnc issues, aica not at Seattle,
Washington Territory, in connection
witli the anti-Chinese movement, and
formidable labor riots in London and
Leicester, Hngland. In the news
given it will be seen that death's
tlart has i cached seeial shining
maiks in the neighboring lepublic,
and that the embeis of strife in the
Eat were threatening t6 burst out
afresh in names that may enwrap
Kurope. Mr. Gladstone had not
met Parliament with his new Cabinet,
whose democratic complexion was
making it dilllcult for him to obtain
incumbents for certain distinguished
positions in the Pi cmicr's gift. Sugar
is still on the fall, but there is no
word of fin thcr action in Congress
against the ticaty.
The "little hatchet" should be
planted in the minds of tho children
in Ilawnii to-day, and maybe the
harvest will be a more truth-loving
generation than the present one.
Arbor Day is coming to be a great
institution in the United States and
Canada. The last mail announces
that Feb. 10 has been set apait as
Arbor Day by the Governor of
Florida. Such a holiday in this
kingdom would doubtless give an
impetus to tree-planting, and come
in well hi the long interval between
New Year's and the Fourth of July.
(.N'mh 7'rtHfico, Feb. 14.,
Mrs. Bayatd, wife of the Secre
tary of State, died in Washington a
fottnight later thau her daughter,
whose untimely death was recently
Gen. David Hunter, U. S. A., ie
tiled, died suddenly at his residence
in Washington on the 2nd. It was
he who issued tho famous older on
taking command, in 18G2, of the
Department of the South, with head
quartcis at Hilton Head, S. C,
placing Georgia, Floiida and South
Carolina under martial law, and
adding: "Slavery and martial law
in a free country are altogether in
compatible. The pei sons of these
States Georgia, Florida and South
Carolina heietoforc held as slaves,
are therefore declared free." l'ie
bident Lincoln, ten days afterward,
countermanded the order.
Major-General Wintield Scott
Hancock died at Governor's Island,
i Y., on Feb. 9th. Had he lived
till the 1 Ith he would have com
pleted his sixty-second year. Ho
died from n combination of diseases.
Col. E. C. Kcmblc, the lirst editor
of California, and tho founder of
the Alia California, died in New
York on Fell. 10th.
Horatio Seymour, ex-Governor of
New York, died Feb. 12, utUtica,
N. Y., aged 70. Ho was called the
"War Governor of New Yoik," and
was Dunipcratic candidate for the
Presidency in 18(58.
The Providence, Rhode Island,
Evening Mulletiti of the 3rd and
lt.Ii instl, gives a full account of the
dedication of a new and magnillccnt
masonic temple in that city, and also
contains line cuts of the building
and of some of the interior npait
inenta. The building has frontages
of 71 A, 1 00 and 05 feet Respectively
on three streets, is live stoiics high,
and occupies an area of 7,800 squaie
feet. The artistic decorations of
the interior and the imposing and
gorgeous symbolism of its difl'eient
parts were objects of delighted
amazement to the thousands of in
vited visitoiH who llled through the
building, on the opening evening.
Donald Mcl.ellan, a successful
woolen manufacturer of San Fran
cisco, died on the 2nd iust. He
was a native of .Scotland and Gi)
years of age.
Cancer caused fifteen deaths Ji
Boston ii) ii recent week, just half
i iru.i . iim.ni
ns lufitiy ns consumption nnd iicven
less tlinti pneumonia,
Louis T. Ilaggin, son of J. B.
llnggin of Snii Francisco, Is a cttn-
UKlittc for tho Austrian Mission In
case tho President dooms it lit to I
fill the vacant post.
Largo orders for goods received
in this country fiom Guatemala
since the date of the despatch an
nouncing a possible revolution in
that country sue mentioned in con
tradiction of tho truth of the sensa
The new yacht to be built for tho
purpose of defending the Ameiica's
Cup will be called the Atlantic. Her
model differs decidedly from that of
the Puritan. She is sharper and
iitvower. Her greatest beam is
considerably abaft the center, and
her rig will be higher than that of
the Boston sloop. Her designer
thinks she will beat any sloop in
the world, except, peihaps. the
Dr. Shradv. the editor' of tho
.Medical Jtecord, laughs at the i e
cent hydrophobia, scare; he declaics
that there have only been three
cases of genuine hydrophobia re
ported in the United Stales in the
last ten years, and that ho does not
believe theie has ever been a gen
uine case in the State of Now
A meeting of gi ape-growers and
wine-producers of this country was
held at New Yoik lecently. It
was resolved to form a national as
sociation to ask Congress to legis
late against the adulteiation of
President Cleveland has made
1,282 appointments to of lice. Of
these .'(58 were to (111 vacancies
caused by resimiation, 21 to 1111 va
cancies caused by death, 258 to 1111
vacancies caused by expiration of
teim and GI5, or little moie than
one-half, to succeed Republicans sus
pended. Dining the recent session of the
South Carolina Legislature, ten new
railway companies were incorpo
rated. These have all leceived libe
ral chaiters and arc preparing to
Ex-Banker Fish says he was the
dupe of Ward ; that he has nothing
to complain of in his treatment in
prison, and if he knew he could get
pardoned by lettirn mail lie would
not write for it.
Piofessor Baiid of the Fish Coin
mission is about" to place 100,000
young codfish in the wateis of the
Gulf of Mexico. He has great faith
in the success of the experiment.
In a case in Cleveland involving
ciuelty to animals, a baby elephant
was brought into the Police Court
The new Cabinet was olllcially
announced, Feb. 4, as follows:
Mr. Gladstone, Piime Minister
and First Lord of Treasury; Sir
Farrer Herschell, Lord High Chan
cellor; Farl Spencer, Lord Piesi
dent of the Council; 11. C. II.
Childers, Home Secretary; Earl
Hosebery, Secretary for Foreign Af
fairs; Eatl Gianville, Secietary for
the Colonies ; Earl Kimlici ley, Secre
tary for India; II. Campbell Ban
nerinan, Secretary for War; Sir
William Vernon Ilai court, Chancel
lor of the Exchequer; tho Marquis
of Ripon, First Lord of the Ad
miralty; .1. Chamberlain, President
of Local GoTcrnment Board; G. O.
Trevelyan, Sceretaiy for Scotland;
A. J. Mundell, President of the
Iloaid of Tiade; and John Moilcy,
Chief Secretary for Ireland.
Feb. 5, it was announced that the
Karl of Aberdeen, Lord Lieutenant
of Aberdeenshire, Scotland, had
been appointed Viceroy of h eland,
and Huron Wolveiton, ex-Pay master
Sir I'ariar Ilcrschel, Lord High
Chancellor, has been laised to the
peerage, witli tho title of Baron
A despatch of the 11th says Glad
stone is preparing a bill providing
for the expropriation of land in Ire
land by meant of State funds. This
bill will piccede the other Irish
measures which the Government in
tends to present to Parliament. Tho
discussion of the Home Rule ques
tion has been postponed until next
A London despatch of the 18th
says; The military situation in the
Balkan States has suddenly assumed
a serious aspect. A despatch from
Solia declaics that a decree has been
prcpaied mobilizing the entire Bul
garian Army for renowed service.
Telegrams fiom Belgrade confirm
tho alarming repoit cabled Thuis
day night that tho Servian Army has
been called out, ostensibly for a six
weeks' diill. They also stuto that
the army is brought up to tho full
war strength and is mobilized for
active work in the Held. The troops
are already concentrating. Repoits
from both sides indicate that pro
pitiations are being hastily made to
thiow heavy reinforcements into the
atrnti'gicnl positions held since the
close of tho last campaign. The
Greek icserves, reported as having
. . .-"..
been summoned for service, uro re
sponding to the call. The movement
of the Turkish troops toward the
Greek frontier is reported froin
Atbons to be developing Into an Im
portant operation In oroo, threaten
ing the Check strategic positions.
Changes in the Ministry of Ktainhoul
arc dcclaipu to no impending, as the
war party is dominant at the Palace.
Russia is authoritatively stated to
have definitely rejected the proposed
agreement between Bulgaria and
Turkey, and negotiations will have
to begin anew
HAW'N OPERA HOUSE.
'io.nighti -aa car to.nighti
Positively the Lul Performance I
4rnMf1 CluniKt' of Programme-
Uiowdid' Immense Success!
Read litis Great Bill of Novelties:
First time of "Tho Klcctrlu Bellows,"
Fiittiuieof "Tho Dancing Skeleton,"
To.iiiKht.MH. NORMAN In new pongs,
To-night WAclI NORTON In new foIos
and his celebrated bijechiltlcs,
First appearance of UENESY LE.
HOYLE in hi original Bketch,
" Knock Me Down."
Don't fall to see this spnikllng pro
gramme. Ucini'inliur, farewell appear
ance of the lenowned Merry Mukcis.
Box plan now open at the office of J. E.
Keened He its $1 00
Jt ilrmiy "ft
Door0 open at 7:110; curtain rises at 8
o'clock sharp. Cm luges imiv be or
dered at 10:15.
SO Business Maimgei.
A FINE lot of Coial Slnne for build-
XV. ing; will he sold cheap, in
titles to suit. AppIV to
A SMALL Black and Tun
DOO, with a little turn at
end of tail, answers to name
of I'iiT A lair ruwnril
will lie given upon return of Mimic to
this olllce. 59 if
Annual Meeting: Notice.
rpiIE Annual Meeting of the Stock.
JL holdeis of the People's Ice and
Refrigerating Co, Limited, will he held
on the '-'ml proximo, M their olllce on
Fort Street. J. ENA,
Scc'y P. I. & R. Co.
Honolulu, Fch. 22, 13HU. 85 tw
San Francisco, (Jul.
IN consequence of the death of the
owner of this well known property,
tho whole establishment is ollered for
hale, and ulll he dbposed of ns an en
tirety, offering- a favorable opportunity
to any one dispond to enter into this
business. The Mills for cleaning and
hulling are of the most approved put
tern, with n Coiliss Engine of 100 horse
power, built in 188.1, with all the Iutet
improvement"; ul-o, n superior Boiler
and nil Machinery neccsuiy for clean,
ing Rice ready for immediate use.
The land upon v. liicli the Hrnclurc Ii
uncled Is held by Icue, expiring July
1, 18S7, with the privilege of 5 years' e.-Icii'-Ion
upon rery favorable terms, or
the Mills and Machinery cm he ictnov.
ed if so desired. For further parti
cular, apply to
J T. WATERHOUSE,
Honolulu, or to
S. L. .Joxi:s & Co , San Francisco. 58
O YSTEKS !
AT H. .1. NOLTE'S
AFCW fino Uulhllng Lots on Bore,
tnnla Stnot. Apply to
M. D. MONSARHATT,
27 McichuntSlieet. 52 1m
rpiIOSE dcsbahlo picmlseJ, No. 31
X lien Inula Street. House contains
parlor, 3 hedioom, dining loom,
kitchen, huth and store rooms; also, a
detached Cnttuge containing 3 rooms.
Inquiru at No. ii3 Roretunla St. CD tf
THE Hoyd premUes In Pauoa Valley,
with large 2-storv Dwelling Houbc,
containing Parlor, 0 Bedrooms, Dining,
room, Pantry, Kitchen, wide Verandahs,
Stable, Uuru, lt.it li House and Servant's
Route, also n comfortable 2-ronm Cot
luge. (57lw) O HOLTE.
AN 8-ioomed Cottage at I'unahou, on
east corner of Dole and Alexander
Streets. 'Iholioiuo Is nearly new, and
rooms of good size. An acre of hind Is
available for pasture, with advantages
for water both tunning anil artesian.
Rent $30 per month, exclusive of water
rates. Apply to
55 lw C.J.LYONS.
Estate of Edwin Oalcloy.
Hit, M 'h Commissioner and Consul
General lcquests that all pen-ons
huvlng claims against the E -state of
EDWIN OAKLEY, a British subject,
late of Honolulu, deceased intestate,
will present the suinu without deluv to
Mi, 'I'll i.-r it lvnrrTTK ririil.i, vu.
I -'- ..... !. , .-W, Jt..l. , ..
. Consul, and abo that all persons Indent
ed to said I state will make Inimediuto
payment of the same to tho Vice-Consul
aforesaid at tho British Vice-Consulato,
Honolulu, II. I.
Honolulu, Feb. 10 ,1880. 50 4t
Haw'n Carnage Man f'g Co., ,g 00 100
K. O. Hull & hon, 75 100
lnter-UlandS, N. Co., 100 100
Hell Telephone, 33 11)
Haw'u Agricultural Co., 00 100
Wihlor's Steamship Co., 100 100
0. Brewer & Co., 100 100
Ualawa, 50 100
Woodluwn Dairy, 1)0 10(1
Walluku Sugar Co., 9tf 100
Waimaualo. 175 100
Star Mill. 4.'B COO
Reciprocity Sugar C., 80 100
L. A THURSTON, Stock Brokoi.
3-1 Merchant Street 151 ly
ALL persons wishing to older from
' the Coast through J. M. OAT,
.JR., & CO., cin leave orders nt our
Store to hu forwarded h the S S. "City
of Peking" and S.S. "Australia, and
they will have MR. OAT'S personal at
tuition, us he will he in San Fiauclscu
until the return of tne ".Muriposu."
WINDMILL, 10ft. diameter, com.
plete. with Conumtliiou Pump and
1'iamc-work, lilt. blub. 1 1,000-gullon
Woiden Tank (neatly new) and Frame
for same, 7ft. high, all In good order.
Also, 300 feet, more or le, of " Gal
vauized Pipe, second hand. Apply to
JUST RECEIVED !
A Large and well selected Mock of
comprised in part ns follows:
Gutedel, White Wine,
Tokay, Sweet Muscat,
etc., in Cimks and Cases.
Having been nppointcd sole agents
by JIcssiP, S. Lirhnian & Co. for their
justly celebrated brands, we nre enabled
to oiler the above goods to our friends
and the public generally at unusually
Freeth & Peacock.
In accordance with a powei of sale
contained in a certain mortgage made
by Hop Wo Company to B. l Dilling
ham, dated August 2fi, 1885, and lecoru
ed in Liber U7, p. 105, lllll.' Notice is
hereby given that said mortgagee in
tends to foreclose said mortgage for
condition hioken, and upon said fore
closure will sell at public auction at the
Aator House Restaurant, Hotel Slieet,
Wednesday, February 24th,
at 10 a.m., the following anises:
11 trays, 80 dinner plates, 60 soup plates,
2 large platters, 100 small platters, 20
suueirs, 1 cooking runiro und utciiblls
thereto belonging, cook house tables, 1
Ico chest, wuter piping and sinks, 2J
tables, 2U chairs 11 pictuies 1 counter,
I desk, 1 basket, 1 mliror, 1 linen con
talner, 1 lion safe, 2 water coolers, 17
cruets, 1(1 lamps, 100 kulven and forks, 1
clock, 100 tublu spoons, 100 ten spoons,
II pitchers, 11 butler bwwls, 20 sugar
bowls, L'O wuter glusscs and all other
goods, wares and property of every kind
used in connection with tho said Astor
House Restaurant business
E. P. ADAMS & Co.,
B. F. Dii.mnoiiam, Mortgagee.
Honolulu, Feb. U, 1880. 47 141
U. DAY Id.
IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN
Sta-ple and. U'ancy Groceries.
Itcielvc by every steamer from the Coast, regular replenishment of
Groceries of the Choicest Brands:
Jacob Hold's HnH'ilo llamg, II. M. Dupce Bicakfast Huron; New York and
din. c'ri-nm. LlinburiM'r. Swiss. Younir America. Kdnm and Title Annie
Cheese: Fairbanks' bard, Culllnu's Table anu no Fruit, .inms unu Jellies
.,., . -. --, :-. 3i . '.
Canned, Currltd, Potted and Deviled Meats, Fowl and Fish ; Dried
Pitted Pearlies, Cherries, Plums, Prunes, Apples Figs, Dates Nuts
Raisins. MiaK put up In llllb. tins
Oat .Meal, CracKcd Wheat Yellow Corn Aleut, unite Corn Meal, Uralinm
Flour, small and large Hominy, &c, Calu. Cracker Co.'s Crackers and
Fancy Hi-cults in eerv variety. 2.1.11). Kits Salmon Bellies; Choice Fam
ily Corn Beef, and Pork ; MKed Pickle, Saner Kinut, French Capers, Mush
rooms Peas Sirdlnes, tj's and s; Pete de Pole Gras.
Crosse & Blackwell's
Fi ults, marmalades, Jams, .lollies, Sultana Raisins Currants, Salad Oil,
Piiklcs, Spices Pepper, Mustard, Mint, Ac, Vfoacstrrshiie, Tomato, Chut
ney and Toliaco Sauces, Chili Coloiow it Durkcc Salad Drciii.; Oiutige,
Li'tiiun and Citron Pieli Sign, Tapioca, Coin Slairh, Pearl Barley, Oermea.
Imperial Gtanuni, White Outs ttc.
McCondray & Co.'s Choicest Brands of Green & Black Teas,
Fiesh Flower and Vegetable Seeds always on hand.
OUR ICE HOUSE GOODS
Bv evcrv steamer, Is a special feature comprising California Freh Fruits, Vege
la'bh'S Fish, Butter Point Reyes Roll and every delicacy IN SEASON that the
San Francisco market allords.
EST" Orders dispatched promptly. Daily deliveries made lo nil parts of the
city, Wulkikl and the Valley. Island' orders for fumlltcj and plantations filled
with special care.
Bell Telephone 274; Mutual Telephone 130; P. O. Box 435.
il) if 11 MVillJi,.l-,,"fl
so, send me 20 yards. It is the FINEST MATERIAL I
have ever seen for the Money.''
" Quite rififht. It's below value !"
NOTICE TO TfcJLE:
Ladies and Gentlemen of Honolulu.
THE FIRM OF
TEMPLE OF FASHION !
Are retiring fiom the Clothing, Gents Furnishing and Hat business, in
order to make room for their largo importations of
DRY GOODS, DRY GOODS,
And oilier for onlo nt exceptional and genuine'hargains their entire
unsurpassed Stock of
Men's, YouHi'h and Boys'
Suits, Hats, Caps, etc., etc,
The many friends of our Mr. S. COHN will bo glad to learn that ho has re
turned fiom San Fiancheo and willl conduct and superintend this Clearance Sole
peisonully, which alone is a guarantee to our many patrons of its genuineness.
Come and Secure Your Bargains, No
Reasonable Offer Refused.
H. E. MclNTYRE & BRO.,
IMPORTERS AND DEAI ERS IN
Groceries, Provisions and Feed,
EAST CORNER FORT
jw Goods ruolved by every Packet from tho Eastern States and Europe.
CUlitOllllll PlOdllCQ llV l!Wrv Htfllllinr All rr.li. f I ll, f,,ll n,l..,l.l .
u m uomih ucuvereii to any part ol tho
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n ti.mt.x i m t.. .. , .t...1t1
Election of O.Hcem
AT the Annual Meellngof theHawnii.
an Ramie Company (Limited) held
this day. the following gentlemen were
elected for tho ensuing years
Mit. A. J.OAUTWiiiaiiT President
Mil E. Lvoan M imager
Mil. W. F. Ai.LEk. Seeretury a Treasurer
Mn. W. R. C.hTi,E .....Auditor
Dlicctois Messrs F. A. Schaefer. J.
II. Paty, B. F. Dillingham and G W.
Wlllfong. V. F. ALLEN,
Secretary Hawaiian Ramio Co.
Honolulu, Feb. 15, 1880. CJ lw
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proof uguiiM worms and weavels;
IS ihsit YOU, MR. FISIIEL ?
"Have you'nny more of
that brown JERSEY cloth
double width, such as you
sold to Mrs. Jcnkinson yes
terday for 81 50 a yard ? If
S. COHN & CO.,
AND KING STREETS.
k.. . .ft.. (. 0 ...,..,, UtlktlUWII ,u.
city freo of chnrgo. Island orders poll-
Olllco Box 145. Telenhono No. 0'3. 1C8 ly
r EORGE P. and JAMES B. CASTLE
- are uilinlited at partners In o
firm, dutlng from JnniiMiy l 1880.
CASTLE & COOKE,
Honolulu, Fob. 17, I881J.
A DIVIDEND of Flvo Dollars per
Share on the capital stock of tho
Prlucevlllo Plantation Co. Is payable at
tho olllce of O. Brewer & Co.
, , P. O.JONES, Treasurer.
Honolulu, Feb. 18, 1880, 65 4t