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BISHOP & Co., BANKERS
Honolulu, Hawaiian Islands.
Draw Exchange on the
jBmiic rc'umrniii, y. u
Ami their ngcnts In
NEW YORK, BOSTON, HONG KONG.
Mcssm. N. 51. ItothschlM & Son, London
The Commercial Hunk Co., of Sydney,
The Commercial Hank Co., of Sydnei,
The flunk of New Zealand: Auckland,
Ohrlstchurch, and Wellington,
The Hank of British Columbia, Vic
toria, 11. C, mid Portland, Or.
Transact n General Hanking Business.
Eli gWjj gMlUiin,"
Fledged to ccltber Sct nor Tarty,
But established for the benefit ef nil.
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TtlKSDAY, .MAHCII Si, 1880.
lIr. Cartwrighl having presented
the Library Association with a copy
of Darwin's works in six volumes,
members of that organization will
now have a chance to brush up their
knowledge of their poor relations.
In reply to numerous inquirers,
we are credibly informed that
there are no detective olllcers in Ho
nolulu in the pay of the Government
at preent. Jlr. Good is a special
otllcer in charge of :i Chinese
theatre; Air. Hopkins is employed
as night watchman in the Treasury
Department. Both these gentlemen
arc elllcicnt, and often make them
selves useful in detective service.
AVe know of no otiiers except the
regular police force.
(Sttn Franrisco, Feb. 27th, per S.
S. Geo. H". fihlcr.)
Tin: 'inxi:si: ht.htiox.
The Xcw York "Mail and Ex
press" of Feb. 22 publishes the fol
lowing interview with Cliing Hoy,
the Chinese Consul in that city,
based upon a St. Louis despatch
baying that the Chinese Imperial
Government contemplate retaliatory
measures on account of the treat
ment accorded to Chinese subjects
in America: "I cannot say thai I
am advised that an Imperial procla
mation has been issued compelling
all Chinamen in this country to 10
turn home, but I can say that the
Consul-General at San Francisco has
sent notices advising all Chinamen
to leave. "Whether the Government
is back of this I cannot say. As to
the suggestion of retaliation, I have
doubt that measures of this
stance, quoting statistics of our
commerce with China in support of
his contention. Air. JMitclioll, in
conclusion, showed thodcllniU nature
of his bill, that left no chance of its
validity being destroyed by depart
mental or judicial decisions, and
said : The conflict that is waged on
this subject of the Asiatic occupa
tion of this country is as irrepressible
as the conflict that resulted in the
overthrow of human slavery. It is
a conflict for supremacy on Ameri
can, soil, between the intelligent,
enlightened and honest American
laborer and the cheap and degraded
laborer of the lowest order of nion
gol. it is a conflict between moral
ity and vice, order anil anarchy,
Americanism and Asiatic, a con
flict between civilization and heathen
ism, Christianity and paganism, a
conflict between two opposing forces
in all essential particulars, non-assimilating
and repellant, when con
sidered in the relation of one to the
other, ami one or the other which
must and will ultimately and neces
sarily lie driven to the wall. Nor docs
it require any peculiar prescience to
determine the result of the contest,
if the Tinted States Government
cither stands supinely by and does
nothing or, what is but little more
effective for good, simply attacks
the advancing army of invaders
with wooden swords and paper bul
lets under the pietense of lonfoiin
ing to treaty stipulations and sus
tainiim diplomatic relations.
on Tin: coast.
The anti-Chinese agitation goes on
all over the Coast, reports f meet
ings occupying large space in the
The California Horticultural As
sociation adopted resolution declar
ing that it was "a mistake on the
pait of our Government when it
encouraged the Chinese or any other
of the lower classes of civilization
in coming to the 1'nited States."
The association, however, deemed
Chinese labor necessary to ihe horti
cultural interests at pre-ent, but
resolved that its membe should
give preference to white labor. Also,
it was resolved that Congn -s should
THE jf.TOtt HOUSE
hr menu; on SATURDAY
orni'n, Man'i 0th. Good
nicalf). ColTco a.iy
Honolulu, It .
WO & HON BEE.
3, it '. CI! lw
I'll?? 1 V2"fm?tl'?El 'f V'J JQ ipf1t ggtW'.'jfiifcgiHgy r tyjuwri i ...ifiywi.
nrnnratinn it--tslc '.! DAVIS.
Jiuiieen ., e. .o. W. Elder,
Euitcrn Oyswrf In tin and in the shell,
Fresh Pihi. A',.uugu .Mallard Ducks,
Salmon, Trot. . Floutu.rrs, Smelts,
Celery, Horse )' ulisl, Artichokes,
lied "C.iblmg- Hunk rs, Club House
Fresh Roll Butter, etc.,
Al 0, a N1JW l.or 01'
Sen Foam Wafers, Graham Wafers,
Oatmeal Wnf r , Sugar Wafers & Peak
mid Fren.i Wafers,
Something wx for Breakfast; another
it of t! oso
Fiho Po tland Potatoes.
ro lit LEWI- & CO., 07 & (19 Hotel St
E. 0. Hull & Son, & ft
Intrr-lsland S. N. Co., t00
Ilcll Telephone, ail
Hnw'n Agricultural Co., DO
Wlldcr'sSlenmshlpCo., & "
C. Biower & Co., 100
Woodlnwn Dairy, U(5
Wnlluku Sugar Co., Ufl
Star Mill. r.Ti
Heclproclty;Sug!ir Cr., 60
L. A. THUHSTON, Stock Hrokei.
3S Merchant Street. 151 ly
rpiIE Union Hnir Dressing Saloon has
X been reopened by C. Moltcno, as
temporary artist. OB liw
Re? I Estate.
kind will be taken by our Govern
ment. If the Chinese arc driven
out and outraged here, why cannot
our people drive out all Americans
from China? The good name of this
country has been disgraced by the
recent outrages, and the question
liccomcs very serious. There is no
protection to Chinamen at all, but
American merchants and mission
aries arc well treated in China, and
the Government takes prompt
action, not only paying damages,
but redressing the wrong done.
"What 1 do not nuclei stand is why
the good people of the Kast hero re
main silent, ft certainly was not
the intention of Congress that mer
chants and others should be treated
in this way. Jf nothing is done the
commerce between the two countries,
amounting to 80,000,000 annually,
will be destroyed."
Senator Mitchell, of Oregon, on
Feb. 2( delivered a speech on the
liill recently introduced by him to
provide for the abrogation of all
treaties permitting the immigration
of Chinese- to the Tnitcd States. He
paid the peop.c of the whole l'acilic
Coast were to-day sulicring from
Hie presence of large numbers of an
unclean, non-assimilating and pagan
race. Impending over them and
gradually extending Eastward, the
cloud of wrath and evil imperiled
labor, prosperity, peace even life,
also. To eradicate the scourge,
licioic treatment would be necessary.
A more decided and aggressive
Governmental step than had yet
lieen taken would be necessary.
The means of relief could not pro
perly be availed of while preserving
treaty stipulations with the Chinese
Government. Neither could wo ex
pect within any reasonable time to
securo relief by negotiation with
that Government. Mitchell argued
at length to show that the Tnited
States has the power to abrogate,
liy act of Congress, any treaty with
:i foreign nation, and that the magni
tude of the evil to bo relieved justi
fied the step proposed. Ho read a
number of newspaper articles, to
hhow that the recent anti-Chinese
disturbances in the West were not
llio work of an irresponsible or
hoodlum clement ; tiioy were the
voice of the honest laborer, the wail
of indignant toil struggling for life
lu an unequal contest with the ser
vile laborer. The Uurliiigame Treaty
Jio said was valueless to the United
States. This point tho speaker en
larged upon with detail and circum-
pas3 a law forever stoj ping the
immigration of the Chinese, and
that there should lie no more return
The directors of the California
Fruit Tnion parsed a resolution de
precating the great injuries likely to
be inflicted on the fruit iuteiestof
the State by hasty and violent ex
pulsion of the Chinese laborers, who
are now so largely the sole labor
reliance of orchardists and vinc-yardists.
HAWAIIAN OPERA HOUSE.
We come again to gieet you with songs.
Decided, Immediate and Glorious
Success ol Wash Xoi ton's
Famous Merry Makers !
To-night, .Mm ch Dili,
Complete :Iiuiik- ol" I'rosrnninie,
Ami grand complimcntaiy henellt of
Mv. Henry Norman,
The Popular Baritone, who will appear
lu new songs.
First appearance of AVnsli Norton In tho
"'.riie Virginian jMimmiy."
assisted by local gentlemen amateurs.
CAST OK CIIAUACTimS:
Ginger Blue, with Songs mid Hnnjo
Solos (his original character ns form,
ed by him in London mid New York
M r. WuMi Norton
Dr. Galen (fond of antique curiosities..
Captain Hltle (in love with Lucy)
Charles (an in list) E. A.Severne
O'Leary (an Irish servant). ..II. Luioylu
Schoolmaster C. .1. Illpluy
Mr. Patent (a callosity vendor)
Lucy (Dr. Galen's ward).. .Mrs. Norton
Z3j Lust peifnrmance hut one. Tick
ets to ho had i:ciywlicru. Xo advance
in piice-i. Box plan at .1. E. Wiseman's.
Commence ul 8 o'clock. Carriages or
dcreil at 10:15.
70 Himlncss Manager.
rpiIE adjourned regular Auntial Meet.
JL iuy of tho Inter.lt I mil rituniu
Navigation Co. will ho held on tho Ifilh
Inst., at 10 o'clock a.m., til iliclr olllue,
on Esplanade. .1. EN A,
Secictary I. I. S. N. Co.
Honolulu, Mar. 8, 1880. 71 7t
Election ol Oilicer.s.
AT the Annual Meeting of tho Stock
holders of tho Ktiu illoa Hunch
Company, held ul iliu.nlllre i-f tho Com
pany Thursday, Miiich-I, IbtJO, tliu fob
lowing olllcers veiu re dented for the
John II. Patv President
Jamks G, Si'UNcnn Auditor
M . Dickson Manager
.1. II. Fisumi Sec'y & Treasurer
Directors John II. Paly. .lames O.
Silencer, M. Diokt-on, J. 11. Fisher, .1. O.
Carter. (71 lit) .1. II. FISH EH, Sec'y.
Ex B. S. G. W. Elder,
33a.ttclKi.il Goods !
FOB THE SEASON OF 1880.
Patent Bats, Ash,
Willow, Cherry itml Bass wood Hats.
Gloves, Masks & Mouth Pieces
CALL UA11LY AT
J. 3I. OAT.Jr,, & CO.
br.. the Exec
will anil tci
lanl, ikceabt. '
lit Public At
Queen St., i
At 12 o'cloc
1 The Aim.
in Kona, '
2 The Ian
area of '
Apana 'J 1 1
3 The Inn
here given that, by
Ale ler. I.Carl wright,
ir an 'rusteo of the hist
.cut I Kmmn lCtilcluoua
and ler license of the
, we autliiiiiedto tell
,on. i our salesroom, on
c C. of Honolulu,
lay ( . larch, 18S0,
noo: ill tho right, title
ihe .id Einmii Kalclc
und the following tie-
ia ol 'VAIAIIA 1, situate
.and i Hawaii, and con
rea t -T tj-jj acres, and he.
.artif rly" described lu
kno ns KOLOAKIU,
alp District of Huma
jf I! ail, containing an
1,0-U acres, and being
Hoy ''atent 1005, Laud
, Ax ..r.l 8515 H.
situa e at KULAHUIIU,
By order of Mr. Sclig, lulinlnblrnlor of
of the Estate of L Ahunn, deceased, of
Waialua, Oahii, I will sell nt ubllc
auction, at my salesroom, No. -10 Queen
On TUESDAY, Mar. 23d,
nt 12 o'clock, a.m., n certain
Lease of Premises
situated in Wnlnlua, and formerly or.
eupied by the deceased ns a store, waic
houses dwellings, &c , i&e. The Lease
will e.plte on thu 1st .January, 18'J, and
the rent of tanio is iJlO per month.
Also, the whole of the
Stock of Merchandise
contained lu store:
1 Hall's Fire-Proof Safe,
Store Futures, 2 Brakes, 1 Horn1, 1 Set
Hariics, Household Furniture and
Elleels, Kitchen Furnituro und
Utensils, &c, Ac.
Parties wishing to examine tho nboc
prembes and for further bifoimntion,
can apply to Mr. S. SEUG, al the olllei
of Messrs. M. S. Grliiliainn &, Co
C2T Terms cash, anil deeds at t
pense of purchaser.
r&iisr J. K. WILDER.
DAVIS & WILDER,
IMI'OKTEHS AND DEALEKS IN
Stn-plc njid Fjuicy Groceries.
Hueclvc by every steamer from the Coast, regular replenishments of
Groceries of the Choicest Brands:
Jacob Hold's Bull'.ilo Hani!', 11. M. Dupec B enUfast UacoujNe.. York and
Cain. Cruim, Llnibiirger, Swiss, Young America, Edam mid Pine Apple
Cheese; Fairbanks' Lard. Cuttinit's Table and Pie Fruit, .Tains mid .Miles;
Canned, Curried, Polled ami Deviled Meats, Fowl and Fish; Dried and
Pitted Peaches, Cherries, Plums, Prunes, Apples, Figs, Dati s, Nuts and
K.ilslns. Meals put up la 101b. tins proof against worms nail weavels;
Oat Meal, Crncued Wheat. Yellnw Corn Meal. White Com Meal, Graham
Flour, small nnd large Hominy, &i, Culu. Craelicr Co.'s Crackers and
Fancy Hl-cults in every variety. 25.1b. Kits Salmon Bellies; Choice Fam
ily Corn Beef, and Pork ; Mixed Pickles, Snuer Kraut, French Capers, Mush,
rooms, Peas, Sardines, tj's ami s; Pete de Fote Orns.
Crosse & Blackwell's
Fruits, marmalades, .linns, .lollies, Sultana ltaisbis, Ciirrniits, Salmi Oil,
Pickles, Spices, Pepper, .Mustard, Mint, Ac., Worccstfrshbe, Toinnto, Chut,
ney nnd Tobasco Sauces, Chill Colorow fc DtirkcenSalntl Drefslnj.'; Oiiinge,
Lemon and Citron Picl ; Sago, Tapioca, Cora Slnrch, Pearl Hurley, Germea.
Imperinl Orniiiim, While Oats, ,K.c.
McCondray & Co.'s Choicest Brands of Green & Black Teas.
Fresh Flower nnd Vegetable Seeds always on hand.
OUR ICE HOUSE COODS
Hy everv steamer, Is a special feature comprising California Fresh Fruits, Vcge
tables, Fish, Butter Point Iteycs lloll
Sun Francisco inarKei auorus
-and every dellcncy IN SEASON that the
C?" Orders dispatched promptly. Dally deliveries made to nil parts of the
city, Walklkl and the Valley. Island oulers for families and plantations filled
with special care.
Boll Telophono 274; Mutual Tolophono 130; P. O. Box 435.
ELLO HERE !
Lahaina, M lui, ontnining nn area of
I -10812'.' ncrt . and UChcrioeu in
Hoval IV. .it Grunt -IS2
1 The Ah jp'ina cf I'LAINO, situate in
the Dis net of Koolaii, Island of
Maui, nnd Jcing I ic same as appeals
by Iloym Patent 2237, Land t'otius.
sioii Awr,r-' 8518 H. Area unknown.
fi That ceil. In iilece of land situate at
PL'IWA. i.onobilii, Oahii, and con
talngan aiea of 55-100 of an acre,
and belli!.' more particularly described
In Hoval' Patent Grant 2100.
(! That certain kind situate at KAI1U
Ll'l. Koni, Hawaii, contaiiiiiig an
aiea of 1 0 10 acres, and more paitl
riilnrly described In Hoyul Patent
(1277 A, Land Coiiiinlsiou Award
7 'I'lio-o two certain pieces of land situ,
ate at 1'U.iKO. Lahnlna, Maul, and
eontainlii!.' an area together of lj2
aerex. aim being Apauas -1 and 5 of
Hoval l'.ti nt 0777, Land Commission
S That certain land situate at PUEIIU
EIII', La i ulna, Maul, and containing
an area of 2:1 perches and being de
scribed lu Hoval Patent 1707, baud
Commission Award 0S75.
0 The Ahit'Jiiaa of KA1IULUI, situate
in Kona, Hand of Hawaii, and being
Apana 2 of Hoval Patent Kiffli, Land
Coiuiulxxloii Award 8510 H, Area tin
kuowu. 10 The Aln puna of KALAMA, situate
lu Kona, Nland of Hawaii, and being
Apana 2 u Hoy.-l Patent 1000, Land
Coiiiinls-i..n Award 8510 11, Aiea un
known. 11 ThoAl ..puaai.f PAHOEHOE situ
ate In h'"i a, M'ltid of Hawaii, and
being tin siinc ns described lu Land
CoiiiiiiIs-linAw.ini 851U H, Area un
kuowii. 12 The Ai puaaof WAIAKA 1, situate
at WalniL .Disutctof South Kohahi,
Island f Hiiwdl. and being Apana 1
of Hoy.u .'ateia flilO, Land ConiuiK
slon Av id 85H- 15, Area unknown.
HI That ' 'ilabi p eo of laud situate
in PAK.. A,L . inn, .naiil. anil i-ou-
area 1 aeic 22 pel cues
desei -d In lloyal Patent
Conn islon Award S51!) B.
tain i co of land situate in
Lal'iit, i, Maul, couliilnlng
t :!8-i of an acre, and de-
Hom Patent HOC. Land
By order of the Administrator of the
Makeo Estate, we will sell at public
MONDAY, March 22nd,
AT 12 O'CLOCK, NOON,
On the premises, that certain parcel of
land on Ihe corner ol Beietauia and
Union Stieets, with the handsome
thereon, built by the late dipt. Makee
for his own uf c. The house Is large and
loomy, faithfully built, and with parti
cular leferenee to the wants of ourtiii
pical climate. The place can be viewed
at iinv lime upon application to
W in ilMVLJL't
IS Hint YOU, MR. FTSIIEL ?
"Have you any more of
Hint brown JERSEY cloth
double width, such as you
sold to Mrs. Jenlciiison yes
terday lor SI HO si yard ? If
It is the FINEST MATERIAL I
so, send me 20 yards.
luivc ever seen for the Money.''
" Quite right. It's below value !"
" GOOD-BYE ! "
Immediately after the sale of the
house and lot we will sell
5 Lots at Waikiki,
adjoining thu residence of W. G. Irwin,
Exj., and numbered ns per Kapiolnni
l'nik plan icspcctively 110, 117, US, 110,
E. P. ADAMS & CO.,
TVOTJIOE TO TJB.EJ
Ladies and Gentlemen of Honolulu.
THE FIHM OF S. COHX & CO.,
14 That t
15 That .
ate on r
of Oal. i
lulu i -Maul.
i a ret
via in i
'oiitiilulug mi area ol
ilocilbed In Hoyal
. Conunlsslon Award
land situate in MA
'laul, containing an
O.Hods, and described
-5:i7, Land Cuuuuis-
.')'f MAUXALEI hltu
i of Lnnni, ami cou
if a 112 118-100 acres,
me as described lu
j, Laud Commission
tco of laud with the
n, Mtunto on Hotel
y of Hoiiolulii, Island
own nsKUOIIA, con-
jf 8:i fathoms ami 10
described In Jloynl Patent
110. Ltii.il Commission Award 118 H.
10 That i rtabi , leco of hind with tho
bidldlii. theiemi situate on Queen
.Stieul, i.i sahl Honolulu, containing
an urea if 015-1000 of mi ncre, ami
being V ana 1 of Hoyal Patent 0778,
Land (' -iiiuiIsmou Award S5IC and
20 That i 'ltiiln piece of laud with tho
building thereon, sltuatu on said
Queen ! treat containing an area of
11-10 of iinacre. and being described lu
Hoyal Patent il5(l(), Land Commission
For further particulars apply to
E. 1 ADAMS & Co.,
Or to A. .1. CAHTWHiailT, SH.,
Executor and Trustee.
00 30 tuW-tlutrS'Sttt
Hy order of the Administrators of the
Malice Estate, wo will sell nt public
MONDAY, March 22nd,
at 10 o'clock, a.m.,
at the residence, corner Herctnnln and
Union Streets, tho
Entire Honseliaia Eiir'lm
In part ns follows, viz:
Drab Silk rep. Parlor Set, 8 pieces;
liosewooil renter 1 able,
2 Bronzes and Stands, -1 Oil Paintings,
2 Waluui and Gilt Minors, Music Hack,
Marhlo Busts, Carpeting, OnkE.ten-i,m
Oak Sldebiwid and Mirror,
12 Oak Dining Chairs, Glass and Plated
Ware, Majolica Ware, 1 .Sextant, Glass
1 ClilneNu l'orct-luin
Breakfast and Dinner Set,
3 BW Hedroom Sets, complete,
Wtudrobes, Mattresses, Pillows,
Mosquito Nets, OhcUbnieis, Covered
Lounges, Camphor Tiiink,
Velvet Hugs, Carpet Chalis, Clothes
Box, Parian Figures, Toilet Seis,
Chamber Sets, 1 Hosewood Bedroom
Set, complete, Hocking Chairs,
Hut Hack, Hevolving Chair, Whatnots,
Flower Pots and Stands, Koa Meat Safe,
llofrlgcrator, Hiovc ami Kitchen Fund.
ture, Hath Tub, etc., etc.
1 Top Buggy,
Also, Harness, Step Ladder, etc. etc.
TEMPLE OF FASHION !
Aro retiring fiom the Clothing, Gents Furnishing and Hat business, in
order to maUo room for their largo importations of
DRY COODS, DRY COODS,
And oiler for sale at exceptional and genuino bargains their entire
unsurpassed Stock of
Men's, Youth's ami .Hoys'
Suits, Hats, Oaps, etc., etc.
Tho many friends of our Mr. S. COIIN will bo glad to learn that he him re
turned from San Finncitco nnd willl conduct and superintend this Clearance Sale
personally, which alone is a guarantee to our ninny patrons of its genuineness.
Come and Secure Your Bargains, No
Reasonable Offer Refused,
P.O. BOX 315.
General Business Agent.
Renl EMiitc Agent,
Wildei's Steamship Agent,
Great Builingtou Hiillioiul Agent
i ' . i
Honolulu, II. I.
Custom House Uroker,
Manager Hawaiian Opeia House,
i' iro aim liic insurance A
In Bond or Duty Paid.
A Very Choice Lot, Fresh and Full.
Thu Best in tho Market.
E. P. ADAMS & CO.,
TN DHAWIXG AND PAINTING r
tcr colors and oils: ncranectlve.
No. 1 Kiikul Street.
A FEW lino Hulldlng Lots on Here
tnnla Street. Apply to
M. D. MOilBAIUtATT. (
27 Merchant Street. 02 l
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