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BISHOP & Co., BANKERS
Honolulu, Hawaiian Islands.
Draw Exchange on the
JUmilc ol Cull Torn la, H. IT.
And tliolr agents in
NEW YORK, BOSTON, HONG KONQ.
Messrs. N. M. Rothschild & Son, London
The Commercial Bank Co., of bydncy,
The Commercial Bank Co., of Sydney,
The Hank of New Zealund: Auokluud,
Christchurch, and Wellington,
The Rank ot Urltlsli Uolumblu,
torla, 15. 0., and Portland, Ot.
Trnusact n General Ranking Business.
Fledged to neither Beot nor Party,
But ntabllabtd for the benefit of all.
FRIDAY, MARCH 12, 1880.
THE CHINESE PROBLEM.
If the Chinese must go, it will be
a foul blot upon western civilization
if their property rights are not fully
respected. However undesirable
the Chinese element in society is,
and however indispensable their ic
moval, conllscation of property
would bo an outrage on international
law. To pack up movables and
vacate the country per force, with
out adequate compensation for per
manent improvements would leilcct
disgrace upon any nation thus en
forcing the theory that "might makes
right;" and in view of the tremend
ous excitement prevailing on the
Pacific Coast, at present, it will no
doubt be made a proviso in any
legislation effected by Congress for
driving off the Chinese, that all just
claims for "consequential damages"
will be fully met before the Hat of
expulsion is executed. It is very
certain that proceedings are closely
watched by the Chinese authorities,
and any steps taken to rouse their
resentment may be terribly averaged
upon white merchants, missionaries,
and government representatives of
all western nations in China. The
Chinese Government gives evidence,
sometimes, of considerable apprecia
tion of the right, and shows itself
amenable to the claims of justice.
A letter published, some time ago,
in an eastern periodical, from a
Canadian missionary, Dr. G. L.
Maekay, on the island of Formosa,
announces that through the repre
sentations of the British Consul,
supported by the Tamsui mandarin,
he had succeeded in getting S10,000
from the government as compensa
tion for the destruction of chapels
during some disturbances which had
occurred on the island. It would
be disastrous to civilization as well
as to commerce if a series of coer
cive and retaliatory measures by
civilization on the one hand and
Mongolianism on the other, be the
outcome of the Anti-Chinese agita
tion. The expulsion of the Chinese
from the States of the Pacific Coast
and from British Columbia, is at this
time , viewed as an unavoidable step
in the direction of self pieservation
by the "lords of the manor;" but
while they execute bloodless laws of
extermination against the Mon
golians on their shores ; what assur
ance can they have that, on the
opposite side of the Pacific, retalia
tion may not take the form of spolia
tion and massacre of their country
men? The solution of the Chineso
problem is beset with peculiar dilll
' unities and complications, and tho
result of the agitation on the shores
of America may well command tho
attention of the authorities in this
A New York railroad company,
on coming to foot up bills, found
that legal advice had cost 8319,000,
against 8100,000 expended in build
ing the road.
Twenty thousand veterans are ex
pected to attend tho National En
campment of tho Grand Army of the
Republic in the city of San Fran
cisco, next August. The State has
appropriated S2f,000 to assist in
defraying expenses. The member
ship, at the present time is estimated
A Washington society paper
speaks of a recent reception given
by Senator Sherman and Mrs. Sher
man, at which Miss Carter, the
daughter of the Hawaiian Minister
Ucsident, served the tea in accord
nnco with tho fashion now prevailing
nt Washington. It was the second
Reception for this season, remarkable
The Blair educational bi!
Congress, provides fo- tb
priation of S77,O00,0OO fo
tion, to be divined among I
ed i, ca
in proportion to the ill eiaiy wiluin
their borders. The illitera-y of 'ho
colored people is claimed to be The
necessity for the bill. The met that
illiteracy is a source of di Jger to
the public is fully recognize I, at ho
present day, in all countriet of ad
Till: 1'AKAMA CANAL.
Paris despatch of Feb'
saj's: Rousseau, the delegate
pointed bv the Government to
spect tho work on the Panama caual,
telegraphs that ho is on his return
homeward, in company with Chief
Kngineer Jncquet. It is repotted
that he apprised the Government
that it was useless for him to avyuit
the arrival of M. De Lessiips, and
that the French delegates t re not in
accord with tho views of Charles Do
Lesscps on questions of lost and
the time in which it is possible to
construct the canal. The toport of
M. Rousseau, and also th.it of M.
Jncquet, are said to be so adverse
that the Government has already
decided to refuse to authorize the
Nstic of the lottery obligations in
connection with the canal construc
tion. SOCIALISM IN LNOLAM).
The New York JJ em Id's London
correspondent has interviewed Ilynil
inan, one of the three met. on tiial
for inciting the recent liot. He is a
man of liberal education, holding
the degree of Master of Aits from
Cambridge, and once was ,)ossetsed
of considerable property, lie also
has enjoyed the advantage ( f forrign
travel, in the course of vliich lie
visited this country sevc .il times.
While professing fiiencisiip with
continental socialists, he disclaims
for himself mid his disc ,les any
direct affiliation with th m. Ilis
aspiration, he says, is i r, "con
structive" revolution in "lstinction
from a "destructive" on". Eng
land, he believes, is the on' v country
whoie it can be achieved p accjuly,
but he intimates that there is
long obstruction, force, t e "Mid
wife of progress," will 1 i invoked
even in England. Tl j ai my,
militia and the police, lie professes
to know, are already honeycombed
with his notions. "Wc are not
ready to fight yet," he stys, "but
in a few years we shall I a able to
say to the monopolists, '.Surrender
peaceably or look out."
A QUICK KUOIKPfc.!:.
In the House of Commons, Pel).
25, Charles E. Lewis, the ;.nti
Nationnlist member, was ii a motion
quieky countered by Jamet. O'Kclly.
The former, during the notices of
"order of business," put on the
paper one that he should ask
whether the Government proposed
to renew tho Irish Act regulating
the private possession of arms. Mr.
O'Kclly instantly from the Parnel
litcs asked whether the Government
proposed to disband at some tiino
the Orange lodges that were threat
ening civil war. On this the Liberals
and Parnellitcs united in vociferous
Count Von llatzfelt, the German
Ambassador, has notified Lord Rose
berry of the establishment of a Ger
man Protectorate over the Marshall,
Providence and Brown Islands.
Prince Bismarck has given orders
to the German naval commander in
the Pacific to despatch a vessel at
once to haul down and remove all the
German ilags from all islands in the
Caiolinee group on which they had
been hoisted previous to the nriange
inciit recently come to under the ad
vice of Leo XIII. The news of these
instructions has caused satisfaction
Mr. James G. Blaine is building
u very beautiful house at Bar Har
bor, Maine, and his family will
occupy it next summer.
Tin: widow of General Grant is
sixty years old. It is considered
certain that the sale of her husband's
memories will mako her within the
present year u rich woman.
Many influential Englishmen,
headed by Mr. Edward A. Freeman
and Mr. John Morlcy, are forming
nn association for the promotion of
Lord Salisbury's Government fell
on the anniversary of the death of
General Gordon, who wo killed at
Khartoum on Jan. 20, 16S5.
Hadn't the Courage of Ills Cranki
ness, Dr. C. r. Hoss, an opponent
of vaccination, who is largely re
sponsible for the troublo at lIon
treat, on stinting for Cuicago was
examined by tho mcdicii I inspector
and found to have been vaccinated
tliroe'times, onco recently. Spring
A MEETING of Mechanic's Benefit
Union will bo held at the Endue
llouso of Company No. a THIS EVEN
ING, at 7:30 o'clock. By order.
It T.H. LUCAS.
bencllt of V
4 END M
open for inn
I " 1MHI,
TON, nsslstcil by
r Minstrels nuil
Iren to morrow,
' nee: adults, CO
2, 25 cents. Hox
V lemnn's. Doors
10; commences at
1 J Mf VAL,
MR. MA: flCiahl', Manufacturing
.towel r, has . noved to the store
J. A. Palmer, next
door to Yi
in a t'o.'n rort
I am inslr
Mr. W. C.
sell nt n
dence', No. 1 Ben. inla Street,
On "Wed ujsda . Mar. 17th,
nt 10 a.m., t.iu who of his household
Furniture, iipin .g in part as fol
lows: 1 BV llcilru ii Set, Mntticsscs,
Pillows, BW .xtcm cn Dining Table &
Cliairs, 11W .''aria 'jet In Imir cloth,
Rosewood riling Table, M'lhogany
Card Table irgo r.d Small Hugs, a
few Choice gruv i ;, Mirror,
I New I', (.no & .ving Machine,
In good on!.
, Clm i'.elicrs,'nnd Lamp-,
',)', 1) Hi Tub, etc, ele ,
. & Ut iIls, Lawn Movvci,
iv Toe , etc.
aj ax ju:io:n
stoic on V 'i
tion, theli v
issrs. Conchce i'i
out closing their
I. each day, ut theli
.'tier at public aue.
Chi 3st Goods,
Rti -a of
Dress Sill all ors; Grns-Clotli,
Silk 11 iiu ichi , u large variety c.j
i -, r -jy
China Vfl is. Cn i Shawls, Fans,
Mattings ine C nesc Teas,
anu , no: i-fcOiiTiii:NT ov
Jap, "je: 3 Ware,
All theet . ods j now ready for in.
spectlon, in . as e thing will bo hold
without rw e. Il Indies and the pub
lic genera! -vill ut It to ther interest
to attend tl . ale.
E. P. AD, ?IS & Co.,
72 7t inon-v d.frl Auctioneer?.
JELg il tCntate.
In tho mat. -of lb E-tatu of )
Vt JL K. NOA,
J eieascd. )
Under ai J by ' Hue of an Order of
Sule of Ilei ' Es'tnl , duly mude and en.
lend by tu H i. A. Francis .ludd,
Chief Just! i of th Supreme Court, sit
ting as a ( .urt o Frobnte on the 23d
day of Fel wary, .u. 1880, the under,
signed will oil ft u bile auction on
TUESlt.Y,iur. 2tt, 188G,
at the aucl. .n ro
Co., Queo Sire
o'clock no i), tho
properly, n wit; .
parcel of 1 id slit.
i of E. P. Ad urn h &
, Honolulu, at l'i
ll that lot, piece and
u on King, Kiclinnl
und Merolii . Stic th, in Honolulu, nnd
hounded ur ! de.cn Uul us tollous: lie.
ginning at he fccn Ii corner of this lo
on the ni'i l.u th on Church Sireit,
adjoining '.u lot t' Keikenul, nnd run.
nlng north 7 degi cb west, 11B 7-12 feet
ulons Chil ll bit ut, thence south 45
degrees w. .7811 J feet ulong Itichaid
Street, tin te to h CO minuted 45
seconds t"i 115 W feet iilonu' Mer.
chant St ! .:
east, 40 I'.f
parcel of i
this lot bj
links ah r
'I ho at
day of sail
, tlici n noitli -15 uegrees
leet h ug Kclkenui's lot to
onime) :ement; urea 15-100
the p tueof lund debcrlbid
emm lion Award 181 to
that ertain lot, piece und
id sit, ti on King and Mi i
i in mi . Honolulu, bouudiil
el a .ollows: Beginning
tier . . the maukii bldu of
.i laiui oil's adjoining King
iiinnii bouili44if degree
,nk long Kokuunaou's,
02 il recs, east 2 chains 12
M'i hunt Street, thence
egrti" o.ift20.f links along
nil M chant fcticet, thcin.u
n.r m-, 1 chain 03 lin!s
ii reei ) jihice of beginning j
'hoiiii. il.u same being the
reel hind dcsciihul in
:js0!i iward 0,100 to ICclle.
de j bed pieces composo
used . the residence ol tho
:e, ?; i, 0. Other terms at
. P. KANOA.
W-Aubti' Vni" 3, Attorney,
Honolul .Mure j, 1880.
E. 2 AD. MS & CO.,
08 8t mon.i td.fri Auctioneers.
Haw'n V, imngaMnnf'g Co.,
E. O. null & Son,
Intcr.lsl mil S. N. Co.,
Haw'n Agrinultuinl Cn,
Wlldci' Steamship Co.,
O. Brewer & Co.,
T'.lt 11.. 1-.,
Wullukii Sugar Co.,
I. WUlllll 1. II AtlliJ,
L. A. THURSTON, Stock Brokci.
33 Merchant Slrecl. 151 ly
THE Union Hair Dressing Saloon has
been reopened by C. Moltcno, ar
temporary artist. 08 2w
By order of Mr. Sell ir, ndinlulstrator cf
of the Estate of L Ahunn, deceased, ot
Waliilua, OjIiu, I will sell at public
auction, at my tulesroom, No. 40 Queen
On TUESDAY, Mar. 23d,
at 12 o'clock, a.m., a certain
Lease of Premises
fdtuatcd In YValalua, and formerly oc
cupied by the deceased as a store, war.
houes, dwellings, Ac , &c. The beat
will explie on the 1st .lunuury, 18:9, nii'l
the rem of t-ninc is $10 per month.
Also, the whole of the
Stock of Merchandise
contained in store:
1 Hall's Fire-Proof Safe,
Store Fixtures, 2 Brakes, 1 Hor.e, 1 Set
Harue-'H, Household Furniture nnd
Ell'ects, Kitchen Furniture and
Utensil, &c, &c.
Panics wishing to cMimlne the nlm
premises and for further infnrmutioi
can upjily to Mr. S. SEI.1G, at the otllr
of Jlrjtrs. M. S. Grinbaum it C.
l"Hi Terms ensh, and deeds at eT
poiihu of purchaser.
Val'ble Real Estatf .
n, ord'Tof the AdminUlrator of ll
MulUo Ejtalc, wc will sell at pub' z
MONDAY, March 22nd,
AT 12 O'CLOCK, NOON,
On the premises, that certuin parcel ot
hind on the corner of Beretnniu nnd
Union Stieets, with the handsome
thereon, built by the late dipt. Mnkip
for his own use. The house is largo a t
roomy, faithfully built, and with par ).
cul.tr referi nee to Iho wants of our t'
pical climate. Tho place can he viewed
at any time upon application to
IRWIN & Co.
Immediately after the salo of t .c
hou.tc und lot wc will sell
5 Lots at Waikiki,
adjoining the residence of W. G. Irwin,
Bm(., and numbered as per Kuiuoluni
Turk plan respectively 110, 117, 118, hv,
E. P. ADAMS & CO.,
By ordei of tho Administrators of tl
Mukee Estate, wi: will sell at public
MONDAY, March 22nd,
AT 10 o'clock, a.m.,
at the residence, corner Beretanlu and
Union Streets, tho
Eitire HoDseloli Fnr'turs
in part us follows, viz:
Drab Silk rep. Parlor Set, 8 pieces;
Boxwood Center Table,
2 Bronzes and Stands, 4 Oil Paintings,
2 Walnut nnd Gilt Mirrors, Miitlo HiiiA",
Mai bio Busts. Carpeting, OakExtcnsicn
O.il: Sidnboaid and Mirror,
12 Dak Dlnlnc Chairs, Glues and Phi' d
Ware, Majolica Ware, 1 Sextant, Glh.s
1 C'liliii'He I'oi'velnlu
Breakfast and Dinner
3 RW Bedroom Sets, complete,
Warihohes, Muttresi'i, Pillows,
Mo-ipiito Nets, Cliell'onleri", Covci 1
Lounges, Camphor Tiunk,
Velvet Rugs, Carpet Chalis, Clotl
Bo Piiriun Figures, Toilet Sets,
Chuinber Seis, 1 Rosewood Buiroi i,
Set, coinplotc, Rocking Chair-,
Hut Ruck, Revolving Chulr, Whntnc
Flower Potb and Stiinds, Kou Meat Sn
Refrigerator, Stovo und Kitchen Furnl.
turo, Bath Tub, etc., etc.
1 Top Buggy,
AUo, Harness, Step Ladder, etc. etc.
ADAMS & CO.,
DAVIS & WILDER,
IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN
fetuplo zxud DF'tuicy Groceries.
Receive by every steamer from the Coast, regular replenishments of
Groceries of v.he Choicest Brands:
, ncob Dold's BulVulo Hams, 11. M. Dupec B'cukfusl Bncon; u Ymk and
Culii. Crviini, Llmburger, H ls, Young Ainetlcu, Eduin and I'liu Applet
Cheese; Fairbanks' Lard, Cu tine's Table nnd 1'lc Fruit, .Tarns Mid Jellies;
Canned. Curried, rotted ut 1 Devlkd Meats, Fowl und Fish; Dried and
Pitted Peaches, Cherries, PI nns, Prunes, Apples, Figs, Dates, Nuts nnd
Raising. Meals put up in '01b. tln proof against worm-, and weavels;
Oat Meal, CrocKed Wluat. Yellow Corn Meal. White Corn Meal, Graham
Flour, small and large Ho. iliiy, &c, Cala. Crackur Co.'s Ciackeis nnd
Fancy Bl-culls in every variety. 20.11). Kits Salmon Bellies; Clioh o Fam
ily Com Beef, nnd Pork ; M l.ed Pickle., Suuer K mut, French C.ipeis, Mush,
rooms, Pens, Sardines, ijs and fs; Pete de Fole Qrus.
Crosse & Blackwell's
Fruits, marmalades, .lams, .lollies, Sultaun Raisins, Currants, Salad Oil,
Pickles, Spices, Pepper, Miistiitd, Mint, &a, Worcestershire., Toinuto, Chut,
ney nnd Tobnsco Sauces, Chili Colorow & Durkees Salad Dresing; Oinnge,
Lemon nnd Citron Peel; Sag", Tapioca, Corn Stnich, Pearl Barley, Germ en.
Imperial Grunum, White Oat", .fee.
McCondray & Co.'b Choicest Brands of Green & Black Teas.
Fresh Flower nnd Vegetable Seeds always on hand.
OUR ICE HOUSE GOODS
By every steamer, is a iipeclal feituro comprising California Freh Fruits, Vego
tabli", Fish, Butter Point Reye Roll and every delicacy IN SEASON thut tlie
San Francisco market ullbrds.
CPT Order dispatched promptly,
city, Wulkikl and the Vulloy. Island
with spcclul care.
Boll Tolophone 274; Mutual Tclophono 130; P. O. Box 435.
JUST OPENED UJV
Jersey Waists from $2 to $8;
Jersey Cloths in all Shades;
Ladies' Untri mined Hats, the latest Styles;
Ornaments, All-Over Lace,
And a Fine Line of Trunks,
Another Victory, Still Ahead !
TEMPLE OF FASHION
-will receive a
Latest American and English Stylos of Dry Goods. i
A complete and assorted Invoice of Dry Goods, comprising the latest leading
styles of Lndies and Mlsne' Wear; also, everything of new ileparturo in the Dry
Goods Hue; nlso, an excellent Stock of
Toadies and Mises' Slioe
Fiue Goods nnd bed-rock Prices Is our motto. Everything guaranteed to be as
represented. Uur Stock Is open to Inspection. Everybody is Invited.
The Gents' Furnishing Department
Blunt be Closed before the arrival of the laripoHa.
I2T Wo have a small Mock of Men's and
rival, can bo bought at less thin factory
P.O. BOX 315.
Real Eslule Agent,
v liners aie;
r,. ' ..'
L'lllllsll I) AL'Cllt.
Great liuillngton Ruiliouil Agent
In Bond or Duty l'uld.
A Very Choioo Lot, Frosh and Full.
The Rest in the Market.
Dully deliveries made to nil parts of tho
orders for families and plantations 111 led
iull Hho oi llio
Boys' Suits on hnnil which,
prices,. If yon doubt, call,
" Seeiug is
S. COHN & CO., Proprietors.
Honolulu, II. X.
Custom House Broker,
Miinnirm- Hnu'nitnti Dnpin ITmn.
Fire und Life Insurant o Ageiu.'
TN DRAWING ANl) FAINTING;
ler coins anil mis, peiHpective.
O. 1JA '.iNFIKLD.
o 1 Kukui btreet.
A FEW llnoRuiidiig Lots on
XX taula btreet. Apr
I JH. U.MOJJSARRA'JT,
a7 Merchant Street. ft! lm
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