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BISHOP & Co., J5AKKERS
Honolulu, Hawaiian Islands.
Draw Kchango mi the
JJimU orCalUViriiJii, y. JP.
Aud tliclr agents lii
NEW YORK, BOSTON. HONG KONG.
Messrs. N. 11. Hoth'chlld & Son, London
The Commercial Hank Co., of bjdncy,
The Commercial Hank Co., of Sydney,
The Hank of Now Zealand Auckland,
Chrlstchurch, and Wellington,
The Hank of Hrillsh Columbia, Vic
torla, H. C, and l'oitland, Or.
Transact n Ocneial Uanlilnir Uiisincss.
Fledged to uellhor Hoot nor Fart;.
Bat established for tlic benefit ef nil.
WICIVNICSDAY, iMAHCll It), 1880.
Our brilliant ami patriotic con
temporary the Advertiser, has from
time to time, during the past few
mouths, expended considerable elo
quence upon those of our merchants
who saw lit to employ llritish ship
ping in the carrying trade of this
Kingdom. The effect of their ac
tions in this respect was alleged to
be highly detrimental to the mainte
nance of the commercial treaty be
tween Hawaii and the United Mates;
as such transactions, viewed from
the Advertiser's narrow outlook
would be calculated to excite the
jealousy of United States shipowners
and enlist their inlluencc against us
at "Washington. The llui.i.uux has
taken the position that whatever
arguments might be brought to bear
for or against the Treaty; the
names, tonnage or registry of ships
employed by Honolulu houses, would
certainly never be heard of. And
this view of the matter has been
fully borne out by the discussions
on the question leported to have
already taken place. The Presi
dent's message, as well as the com
ments of the press and the ex
pressed views of members of Con
gress, seem to ignore altogether the
existence of Honolulu merchants,
and what is more, thoy seem to be
iu total ignorance of tc Advertiser's
virtuous indignation at the conduct
of those unpatiiotie people wlio-c
"discrimination" was to prove so
injurious to the interests of the
country. Jf there was anything
whatever in the "discrimination"
mare's nest discovered by our con
temporary; what is to be said of
the transactions of San Francisco
merchants, whose "discrimination"
in favor of British, as against Ameri
can shipping, seems to bo far ahead
of anything that can be charged
against the shippers of this poit.
According to the Advertiser's doc
trine, the' San Francisco linn that
charters a llritislier while an Ameri
can waits for a cargo, must be an
unpatriotic and unprolltablc citizen.
Taking up the Alta California of
Feb. :2Hh, we Hnd under the head
ing of vessels in port engaged to
load wheat, 22 British and 1'2 Ameri
can bottoms, the former aggregating
:!1,1!2'J tons, the latter 20,000 tons.
Of those disengaged, 8 arc Hritish
and 211 American, aggregate tonnage
3-1,807 and -12, 9M respectively.
These liguies sliow that 00 percent
of the chartered tonnage iu the port
of San Francisco, on one day, was
British, and of the unemployed ton
nage 7 1 percent was American, and
tliis "discrimination" occurs in an
American harbor, exporting Ameri
can products, the transaction? being
wholly disscveicd from any possible
connection with the "Independent
opposition" or the alleged patrons
of "ocean tramps" in tlfis Kingdom.
The colonization schem is evi
dently attracting the attention of
foreign capitalists. An Knplish firm
have deputized a gentleman to
view the ranches and rcpott. Ac
cordingly, a patty of three, consist
ing of the gentleman referred to,
Mt. B. F. Dillingham, imd Jlr.
Daniel Logan, of the Bui.ums,
started for Ilonotilluli yesterday
afternoon, for an exploration tour.
The British Parliament reassem
bled on the 18th. Gladstone was
cheered rather faintly and announced
that the Government would not re
new coercion in Ireland.
At a meeting of the FngUsh Con
servatives it was voted to firmly op
pose any measure conceding Home
Hulc to li eland. Lord hallslmry
expects to effect a union with those
Liberals who follow Lord Darling
ton ami Uoschen.
Parncll has prepared a elioine to
apply the liish Church supplies, not
yet exhausted, to relieving distress
iu Ireland. Thirty thousand per
sons have applied to the Mansion
House for relief.
Lord Handolph Churchill visited
Belfast, Ireland, on the 22nd, and
was welcomed with open arni9 by
the Orangemen, though a liotwas
imminent all day. He made a violent
speech denouncing Parncll and say
ing that loyal Irishmen mut be pre
pared for the worst.
Joseph Chamberlain, President of
the Local Government Bouiri. says
that to alleviate tlio'distro- of un
employed workmen in Great Britain,
he will urge municipal odies to
undertake local improvements upon
loads, streets and bridges.
Another great gathciing of Lon
don workingmen was held Sunday,
Feb. 21, and as it was bn iking up
the police made an unnectssiiry at
tack upon it.
MYST 'A H3, 2o. 2,
KNU1H' I'll DA'S, will confer
thu bill)- Knight Hank
TMUHSDA LVENiNG, Slur. 11, lr?G.
O.ihu Lodge '"'i, 1 1 ' vlillni! lumbers
cordially i '! to 1 pieent. By
order of'0h....jellor C-mmnndcr.
Z. K. MYEHS.
T.no.A. IVT.'T.n, K Jf B. &S, 72 2t
BY a C ..) 'tent' 'umstrcss (Portu
guese") situation with n private
fninllv, or 1 ssimike-. Apply to
r7 llotrl Pli-Ct. "2
tfnirnrs&'sit'irtirt ! U. J A In.
10 w Jf v uiwij w l,viwrii
Kleclicu of Oilieers.
A T the Ai n. .al SI-. lug of the Slock
XX. holder f the Kawniloa Kaneh
Coinpiny, Ik-Iw uHlic dllcu of the Com.
pany Thumb' . Mnri'i-I, 188(1. the fol.
lowing olHecitt were lctketed for the
John II. Pat I'icsitleiit
Jami:s G. Sri. .ckii Auditor
SI. Dickson Manager
J. II. Firiiii.u !cc'y ifcTreusuier
Dlicctor' lin II. I'aty, Juiiios G.
Spencer, SI 1 "okton. I II. Fisher, .L O.
Carter. (71 !J J. J- FISHLU, Sec'y-
(ft no no
k. r p.
The leu'iil ir SI eting of
Onlm Lodge ',.. 1 will
ho held 'I ill.- LVKX
1NG, Slarc-hin ,,, at 7:110
o'clock sharp Uuslness
of inipiiitiince. All lueth
ren ate lequested to at
tend. .1. O.AVIUTK,
Iv. of H. & S.
fV TIIKKK will he n Sleeting
fcof Lodge Jo l-iOkties- lie
.roeeanie, Ko. rjJ-.Vi M
l2Ioul' 'ii o- OHicors.
AT there !rr n jtingof the Haw.
allan aiii-.; Slanutneiurlng
Company, '. Itec' eld this day, the
following (ii) nv elected:
Gidkos "Wi .... Jdeut & Slanngci
B. K. Dll.U am Vice-President
T. S. Dora Sec'y & Treu-ui er
W. K. Al.I.i- Auditor
Director.- . W. II. P. Dllllliglium,
W. P.Alloi il'I. Ilouglns.
Honolulu 1) !' KG. 02 1;ll
Jusf li :teived
T i. t" . . l'Jder,
FOB 'i SE N OK IShli.
Patei: 7 ,ts, Asli,
SVillow, C v i. Hats wood B.its
Gloves, . ski Plouth Pieces
C. L Y.i LY AT
.7. i. c vrr. .ii-., as co.
Mar ha . s Sale.
TKN'-I'IIIS (Wednc'daj) EYhN
IMi, ai7.:!0 o'olock; 2nd Degiee. Slem
hers of Hawaiian Lodge No. 21 and visit
mg brothers iu good standing arc cordl
ally invited. By order of the YV. 11.
U B. K1STLBH, Sec'y.
Co.nsui.aii: Gi-np-iiai. or Tin: Uniti:u 1
Siatia, Honolulu, Mar. 10, 1850. f
ALL poisons having claims .against
the Lstatc of the late Florence
Harbour will present the same to this
oillce properly veii lied within "0 days.
J. II. PUTNAM,
72 lw Consul-Gencral.
Regular Gash Sale
Thursday, aim. 11, 1S8G,
at 10 o'clock a.m., I will fell, nt my
salc.Moom, a lull line of
Dry Goods, Clothing,
Crockery, Ohuwwaic, Chinese Slatting,
Groeeties, Presh Canned Fruits,
bks of Xo. 1 and 2 Sugai.
Bags Gala. Potatoes,
Ciatesof Onions, e ss Geo. SV. Klder.
I will also oiler a small consignment
of elegant and handnomo,
Bod Sofas, Spring Soat Lounges,
(tilmmcd with civet). Muck Walnut
Sldo Hoards, Spting Slattiesi-., umi
a full lino of Household I'limitinc
Cases of Mood A YVolle's Knelish J'alc
Ale in IJouil, and a lot of
ICxti'u Suporioi" Claret,
to close consignments. Vugllsh &
Sle.xican Saddles, Sets of Hai-
ne.ss, Ladies, Slisses, Men's
33ootw nSc S5j2iooss.
,). LYONS, Aut't'r.
3u me (
an Island", ilng
mlralty, win in i (
Admirnlty v r o hi
li acock, p intill
Allie liowc . deer
was made ifc I'liiul
Lawrence . Cm'
Supreme ( i -H, dn
l-uhruary, , i. I860
n ig Aille
der issued out of
ill of thollawnii
- -i Court in Ad
lin pioceedings in
glit by Freelh &
against the luig
mil older of sale
by the Honorable
Justice of the
.1 the 24th day of
iminandlni: me in
slid 1 1 oice to 'ell thu said
ue, 1. ' boats, tackle, up-
Hnw'n Carrinpe Stanf'g Co.,
K. O. Hull & Son,
Intel-Island R. N. Co.,
C. Iliewer Si Co.,
Wailuku Sugar Co.,
1, A THUHSTON, Stock Hiokei.
!W Merchant Stieet. lot ly
lllS-O IJ3X J3I.
rpiIH Vnlnn Hit r Dumlng Saloon ha?
JL been rc-opeiud by C. Slolteno, as,
temporny iuilt OS 2 i
II v older of Sir. Scllg, administrator of
of the L'tate of L Abulia, deceased, of
U'aialua, Oaliu, I will sell at puhltt
auction, at my salesroom, No. -10 Queen
On TUESDAY, Mar. 23d,
at 12 o'eb-ek, a.m., a ceitiiln
Lease of Premises
silu.iti-d in Wnbilua, and formeily n
eupicd by the defeased as a store, wnu
houes, ilwelllngs, &v , &v. TlieLea.i
will i !l'c on the 1st .laiiuary, 18-'J, hik
the rent of same Is $10 per month.
Also, I he whole of the
Stack of Merchandise
contained in store
1 Hall's Fire-Proof Gafe,
Stoin Fixtures, 2 Makes, 1 Hor'c, 1 N
Harness, Household Furniture nnd
Kll'uMs, Kitchen Fiiiuiiuie and
Utensils, iV:c., Ac.
l'.nlb's wishing to examini llieabox
premi-e and lor furl her inloiinali
can apply to Sir. S. SKI.1G, at the oil .
of SI'-si.s. M. S. Giinbaum ii C'.
iST Terms cash, and deeds at e
pense ol puichascr.
LEWIS J. LEVEY,
70 '2v Auetloneei
DAVIS & WILDEii,
LMI'OKTintS AND DKALLJtS IN
fcStsiplo sV-bkI Jmicy Groceries.
Receive by every steamer from the Coast, regular leplctiM iiidils of
Groceries of the Choicest Brands:
.Incoli DoldS Dull il llnm-, 'LSI. Dupee Ibeakfast HaeoniNcs Yoikand
Cala. Cruim, Linibiimer, y.!s. Yo'ine Amc'lcii, Kdiini and Pine Apple
Cheese; raitbaiik' Laid. CiittlnuV 'l-iblc ami l'b- Fruit, iIiiiiih andJellies':
Canned. Cnrrbd, l'otud and Deviled SIraK l'owl and Fish; I) led and
Hilled Peaches. Cherrie. I'biuis. I'limni. A link". Fll!?. Dabs, Nut.s and
Halsliis. ShnW put up In 'Olh. tin ptoof against worms and weavcls;
OalSleal, CrneKc d Wluat Yellow (din Mral. while Coin SI eal, Graham
Flour, small and large Hominy, iVe.Cala Cracker Co.'s (backers nnd
Fancy Ill-cults in i;eiv variety. 'J.Vlli. Kll Salinon llelllcv ( ho'c Fam
ily Corn lieef. nnd I'dU; Sli.eil Pickles, Kauer Kraut, Flench Caper.s, Slush
rooms, I'c.is, S inline?, i,S and .,; Pole de Foie Gras.
Crosse & Blackweil's
Fruits, marinalades, .lams, ,Iidlle, Sultana lt'ilslii", CmrniiN, Salad Oil,
Pickles, Jsplri"-, Pi-ppcr, Slostard, Stint, Arc , Worcesleislilie.Toinato, Chut
my and Tobasco S n ei-s, Chili (.'olorow iV; Durkees .Salad Dressing; Oiange,
l.i liion and Citioii Pi el ; S.iao, Tapioca, Corn Slaich, Peail Hurley, Gcrinea,
Imperial Grauuiu, While Oals, iVe.
McCondrny & Co.'s Choicest Brands of Green & Black Teas.
Fresh Flower and V(.ir(.able Seeds always on hand.
OUR ICE HOUSE GOODS
IJv ccrv steamer, is a special feilure comprising California l'reh Fruits, Yegc
ta'ble, Fish, lttiltur Point lteyes JJnll and every delicacy IN SL'ASoN that thu
San Francisco market allonls.
tV" Older dispatched promptly. Daily deliveries made to nil parts of the
city, Walkikl and the Valley. I-land oiders for families and p'antation.s tilled
with special care.
Bell Tclephono 274; Mutual Telephone) 130; P. O. Box 435.
p.uel and "usiiituic.
In ohcaie.-'C tos''d oidei 1 will
her levats, t 'kle, n micI and furniture
at public m . lion, t. ilic highest bidder,
O.J1 Til '.JLl'Sid Ely,
the 11th i"i y of JI ucli. A . 186(5, at
2 o'tlo K noon,
At her mooi ngs nt mines' wharf, neai
the Fish Slaiket, ihnolulu.
Qy Tei nis cash; dcedb at expense of
.7 .NO. II SOl'HK, Miushiil.
Honolu'u.Fcb.2.. ISSii. Ill Id
Val'ble Real Estate.
Dy older of the Administrator of iIm
SIal;ee L.tate, v,o will sell at public
MONDAY, March 22nd,
AT 12 o'clock, xoo.v,
On the premises, liiat certain jiarccl o'
land on llie corner ol Heiet.mia an i
Union Streets, with the handsome
theienu, built by the lute Capl. Maker
foi Ins own use." Tlie house is huge ai.i
loomy, laithfiilly built, and with part
cubirieieieiice lo thu wauls of our 1 1
plcal elimiite. The place can be iewci
at any time upon application t
Adm 'tor's Sale
The Legislature of the Kingdom is
summoned to meet for dcspatcli of
business, at noon, on Friday the
UOtli of April.
In the ma;i
Sale of lit i
Chief . I list b
tiug as a
day of Ft
oftl Ivtateof )
L lw. '0.,
Ii ceased. )
by ' tuc of an Order of
Ksl.i. duly made and en
o J I A. Fiauels .ludd,
of tu 'supreme Com t, sil
ut v ."rebate on the 2Hd
inn J. 1SS0, the undei
11 'ji ibllc auction on
TUES1' V, .;v. '.i'.l, 1SSO,
real Clearance Sale
Speaking of the proposed tnrrif,
the "Washington correspondent of
the lloston Journal under date of
Feb. 12 says, "The Louisiana sugar
men claim to liavo assurance from
members of the ways and means
committee, that the duty on sugar
will not lie disturbed by the new
The celebrated Madras Case is lo
bo brought before the Courts of the
Kingdom, agreeable- to 11 petition
presented yesterday to the Privy
Council, by Mr. Tlico. II. Davies,
sis agent for the owners. Tho prayer
of tiic petitioner was granted 011
juotion of His Excellency tho Minis
Jer of Foreign Affairs.
Ily order of Slcssrs. Conchee &
Ahuiig. who me about I'j-iug their
business, wo will,
On Wednesday & 'ibursday,
March 3 llh and 25 li,
commencing nt 10 a.m. each 'lay, atlhcli
store on Fort Sticei, offer at public (inc.
tiou, their enthc Slock of
Dress Silks, in all colors; G iis-Oloth,
Silk Handkeichicfi, a laij o variety of
Gold ai Ivory Jewelry,
China Vases, Ciepe Shaw'-, Fans,
.Mailings, Finn Chlnco T' as,
AD a i.Aiuii: ASioitTML.vr oe
All these (ioods arc now le.uly lor in.
speclioii, and as everything v ill be sold
without resdve, thu'linlies and the pub.
lie generally will liud li to L.rr inteicsl
to attend the sale.
J3. 1 ADAMS & Co.,
at the an
this lot le
thenco soi I
links all ,
1101 Hi 28'-., i
jileco or .i reel
Land Coir t issio.-mil.
The al ,' ! do
in, of F.. P- Adams it
.Si Honolulu, at 1
, lh 'llowing desciibed
.it . I that lot, piece and
d s ' o on King, Jtich.iid
S ' , iu Honolulu, ai d
di I'd as lollows: Ur
ie . conn r of this lo
a on Cliureh Stic t,
If Keikenul, and iim
de s west, 112 7-12 fid
i i, thenco south -'"i
7il ! feet along Iticlin.d
o li CO minutes -i."i
11 i feet along Slcr-
tl i not tli -IB degiees
cet ig Kulkenui'b lot in
an . -.'incut; aria Ifi-lUU
the 'cot land descrllnd
umi ion Awaul 1S1 to
ilia: rtain lot, piece and
d s.t o on King and Shr
ill f Honolulu, boiiudid
d a ollows: beginning
nei tlie mnuka side of
i.'kiu la's adjoining King
umi south 'll'.i ilegrei's
nks long KekuaiiaoaV,
U2 d ees, cast 2 chains 12
Sh innt Stieet, thenco
gru iiihtauif links along
iiid i. chant Stieet, tlieuiu
gici c-t 1 chain !I3 links
mee place of beginning',
lion tho same being thu
land dcsciibi'il iu
linmcdlately allei the sale of tl..
hou-e and lot wo will sell
5 Lots at WaikiM,
adjoining tlie icidence of W. O. Irwp
l'ij., and nuinbeieil as pi-r Katnolau
l'nik plan respectively 11U, 117, US, 1, i
E. V. ADAMS & CO.,
(It Auetlonce.' .
:ibed pieces comiioso
used .i, theiesldeiieoot thu
Fpsct i i e, (,,1,000. Other terms nt
day of sab .
1', I. KAJs'OA,
Vf- Aubti . Vnr. i.Aitornoy.
Honolulu, SIaii.li il.lbSO.
E. l ADAMS & CO.,
08 8t inoft-wcil-fri Auctioneers.
l!y oidei of tli- .Vdministiators of r
SI ikee Lslalc, wo will sell ut pill
am nun, on
MONDAY, March 22nd,
A'l 10 O'CIOCK, A.M ,
at the nsidence, corner Ileictania
Union Slie, is, the
Entire Horalffl Fiir'ti;
iu iart as follows, vi.:
Diah Silk lcp. Parlor Set, 8 pieces;
ho.-ewood Center Table,
2 bronzes and Stands, ! Oil Fainilii';
2 "Walnut ami Gilt Slirrors, SluMo I.
Maiblo Iliihts, Caipeting, O.ikl'.vtciu
Oak SideliMnrd and Slirror,
12 Oak Dining Chalis, Glass and Fir
SVaie, Slajolica Waie, 1 Sextant, O
1 Clilin'Hi- rorri'lain
Breakfast and Dinner Sel,
!1 UW bedroom Sets, rnmplele,
Win di obus, Slnttuosc, Pillows,
Slo-ipiilo Hvh, I liellonii'i, Covc-el
Lounges, Caniphor Tiunk,
Vclet Kug, Carpel Chaiis, Clol' . 3
liox, Pu Ian 1' Iguies, Toilet Si is,
Chamber Seis, I lio-uword Ihilroom
Set. complete, Hocking Chairs,
Hat back, Kovnhing Chair, Whatnot ,
Flower I'ots and Hiands, Koa Shut Saf ,
Itofiigeratur, hiovo and Kitchen I'm u 1.
tuio, bath 'I nil, etc., etc.
J Top Buggy,
Also, llainis., Step Ladder, etc. etc.
E. 1 ADAMS & CO.,
IS Mitit YOU, MILFISIIEL?
"Have you an more of
that brown .JEH'lET clolli
(lotil)lc -vidlli, sveb as you
sold to 3Ir.s. .7o3iKhson yus
orday for SJ r0 i yard ? Tf
so, send inc '0 yards. It is the FINEST MATERIAL I
have ever seen for Hie Money."
"Quito right. It's below value !"
NOTICE TO THE
Ladies and Gentlemen of Honolulu.
THE FIKSI OF S. COI1X & CO.,
OF FASHION !
Aio retiring fiom the Clothing, Gents Furnishing and ll.it business, in
older to inako loom for their large importations of
And oll'cr for sale at c.i optional and genulno lmi gains their entire
uiisiirpa-scd Slock of
Men.'-, Youth's and Hoys'
The many fiiemlsof our "Mr. S. COIIN will be glad I o learn I at he has
urii"d fiom San l'lanelsio ni willl conduct and supei intend thh i learance S
)e smally, which alone is a guaraiilo lo our many pations of itt. i c ininciics.s.
Gome and Beanie Your Bargains, "No
Reasonable Offer Hefusyd,
General business Inent.
Cniii)ll l Itloflf,
Ileal K-tali) Agent,
Wildei's Steamship Agent,
Cleat liuilliigton Hnilio.id i
Custom House llioker,
Slanagcr Hawaiian Opcui JIoiuo,
Sent Fire and Life Ins.irniice Agent.
In llond or Duty l'uid.
A Very Choice Lol, Fresh and Full.
Tlie Ile-i IntheSlarhit.
HOLLISTER & Co,
ni i vate LESSONS
IN DHAAVINfi AM) PAINTING;
r colors and oils: pciHpcctlve,
it. U. MAKM'tKl.lJ,
o 1 Kuluil Street.
AFKW llnollulldlng Lots on
tania Street, Annlv to
JL D. ilONSAHHATT,
37 JlcrcJiant Street. H'i Itq
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