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BISHOP & Co., BANKERS
Honolulu, Hawaiian Islands.
Draw Exchange on tlio
JBuulc oi Cnlilbruln, H. IT.
Ami their agents In
NEW YORK, BOSTON, HONG KONQ.
Messrs. N. M. Ilothschlld & Bon, London
Tlio Commercial Hank Co., of Sydney,
Tlio Commercial Bank Co., of Sjdncy,
The Bank of Now Zealand: Auckland,
Clirlstchurch, and Wellington,
The Wank of British Columbia, Vic
toria, 13. 0., and Portland, Or.
Transact a General Banking Business.
Pledged to neither Scot nor Fart;.
Bnt titatllthed for the frtnoEt of all,
THURSDAY, APRIL 22, 188G.
A PLEA FOR THE TREATY.
The Alia California of the 13th
inst. has a powerful plea for the
retention of the Hawaiian treaty,
based partly upon information given
in the following extract from the
" A commissioner from the Domi
nion was delegated to the Hawaiian
Government, in effect to arrange a
protocol for n treaty to transfer the
rich commerce now plying to this
port to the Pacific terminus of the
Canadian Pacific Railway. This
commissioner has returned and re
ported, and in his report one icads
the waiting attitude of England in
the matter. National influence
threads upon the treaty. Ours lias
by that means become paramount,
but witli the fall of the treaty it
falls never to regain its footing."
The article goes on to press, by
an array of facts and figures, the
commercial argument, and con
cludes, "We do not believe the
treaty is doomed, for wc do not
believe that English influence has
yet readied the height in our Con
gress which its abrogation would
THE NEW BROOM.
Editor Bullutin: I think our
community should be very thankful
to His Excellency the Minister of
Interior for promoting and appoint
ing the new Postmaster-General.
The new olllcial in time will meet with
the full approval of the public. He
is a lawyer and ho understands the
English language well, and in
making fresh postal treaties he will
be of invaluable assistance to the
Government. lie will be able to
select from the postal laws of for
eign countries such of the laws as
will be of advantage in our kingdom.
It is to be regretted that David
Manaku, who lias been a faithful
olllcer in tho postal department for
so long a time, had not been ap
pointed as Deputy Postmaster, but
I suppose the Minister of Interior
had good reason for ignoring his
1 have no doubt the Minister will
now be able to carry out the reforms
in the department to his satisfac
tion, which hitherto he has not been
able to do. The postal department
is one of the most important under
tho Government, one that the busi
ness community take a deep interest
in, and doubtless the Minister of
Interior had that fact in view when
he nominated the present head of
the service. The postal arrange
ments on the other islands will now
be attended to, 'and the postal money
order system that lias been inaugu
rated will be extended to all the
offices in the kingdom which have
previously not battue benefit of it.
(San Francisco, April IStt,
S. S. Jtio de Janeiro.)
Peace is being preserved effec
tually at St. Louis by the military.
Under promise of milltar' protec
tion, many persons engaged to go to
work on tho 12th. The coal miners
have resolved to hold out until after
tho strike of1 the Knights is ended.
Several deputy sheriffs weic before
tho courts for fatal shooting in a
collision with the mob at East St.
Louis. The yard and switch men
of the Ohio and Mississippi Railroad
liavo gone to work in a body.
Strikes arc announced, of 1,200
laborers on street improvements at
Sun Antonio, Texas, and over 2,000
tailors in Milwaukee, Wisconsin.
One hundred schoolboys at Green
Point, L.J., struck for an increase of
Tccess, from 15 minutes to 80, but
while policemen were on tho ground
to preserve order tho mother of the
ringleader forced her son to enter
the school and thus squelched the
Tho Boston block, containing tho
post office, in Minneapolis, Minn.,
was burned on the 12th. The mails
wore saved but tho law library of
7,000 volumes was wholly lost.
Iowa had amended its piohibitory
liquor law in points where its work
Jug was defective,
In Haroportfor 1886, tho Women's
Silk Culturo Association of Phila
delphia shows that tho silk industry
in the United States is steadily
growing, but the product thus far is
too poor to attract the nttentton of
A man was found murdered in
Golden Gate Park, San Francisco,
and afterward identified as William
High, a late arrival from Pennsyl
vania, lie had shown much sim
plicity, boasting on his way to the
Coast of having S150 on his person.
Doubts arc strongly expressed of
the passage of the Morrison-Hewitt
tariff bill. It retains 10 percent on
sugar, which, it Is both asscitcd and
denied, will secure tlio Louisiana
vote. Ohio Democrats arc out
spoken against tho bill. The metal
schedule was left untouched to catch
Pennsylvania, but protectionists do
not believe the bait will bo taken.
Owing to tho immense increase in
business, the Atchison Topeka and
Santa Fe Railroad is making more
money under the cut rates than it
did when charging full rates.
The principal part of the town of
Key West, Florida, was burned
March 30; loss 81,000,000, with
about 100,000 insurance:
A hot discussion is proceeding in
the British House of Commons, on
a motion bj' Gladstone for leave to
introduce a bill granting home rule
to Ireland. By the rules a division
cannot be taken on the motion. Lord
Randolph Churchill, on the 12th,
fiercely nttacked the proposal, say
ing the effect of home rule would
be to free Ireland from tho su
premacy of Parliament and the
sovereignty of the Queen. From
Irish calculations, it is regarded as
very doubtful if tho bill will pass
the House. The "Daily News" has
caused a sensation by turning right-'
about face against the Government,
it having previously been the Minis
terial organ and the only London
journal supporting Gladstone' s home
Right Hon. Wm. E. Foster, who
was Chief Secretary for Ireland
under Gladstone's former adminis
tration, died April 5, aged (18 yeais.
Cambridge has won the University
boat race, beating Oxford about half
a length, in one of the grandest
races ever rowed over the course.
A Wellington despatch of April
12 reports that the New Zealand
coasting steamer Toro haB been
wrecked between Wellington and
Christchurch. A heavy gale pre
vailed, at the time. Three boats
were launched from the vessel, but
each was speedily capsized. Twenty
nine persons were drowned. Oidy
two passengers were saved.
An explosion occurred on the 20th
ultimo on board the small river
steamer Colombia, near the' Island
of Tumaco, Panama. Fifteen per
sons were killed and twentj'-two in
jured. The steamer was completely
There has been a riot at Winnipeg,
Manitoba, Canada, caused by a mob
of laborers trying to prevent 200
Italians from going west to work on
tho Canadian Pacific Railway at
S 1.25 a day,which the rioters thought
too small wages. At last accounts
tho mob held the cars, and the police
were busy nrresting the leaders.
Relations between England and
China are said to be strained, on
account of Chinese emissaries,
through jealousy of European ad
vances on Chinese commerce, being
engaged in stirring up the Brahmins
of Calcutta to mutiny in retaliation
for England's refusal to cede Bhamo,
or grant an outlet for Southwestern
China trade via Irrawaddy river.
A revolution, to throw all previous
ones in the shade, is being worked
up in Hayti, West Indies. Tho re
volutionary chiefs aro actively buy
ing munitions of war and assembling
tho exiles in tho West IihUcb, and
the plot has so far progressed that
an outbreak may be expected at a
very early date.
Ilaulan has responded to Beach's
challenge to the world, by putting
up 100 forfeit iu London for a 500
race with Beach.
Tho news of the anti-Chinese per
secutions in the United States has
created a very dangerous anti-foreign
feeling in Canton. This feeling lias
been aggravated by the announce
ment that President Cleveland had
refused to entertain China's demand
for indemnity. China's action in
paying tho indemnities demanded
for the Canton riots is held up in
sttong contrast to the position as
sumed ' by America. Precautions
liavo been taken to protect foreigners
in Canton. II. B. M. S. Midge is
lying off tho harbor and tho U. S.
S. Marion is ordered to go up.
A mob demanding labor and tho
extension of the railroad, in St.
John's, Newfoundland, took posses
sion of the legislative chamber and
planted their banner on tho table.
rpAI WO CO., the well-known Shot
X makers, formerly of Mi Nuuanu
street, have moved their establishment
To No, 85 on the same Street,
where they will continue to make shoes
to order a well as ever, and will bo
pleased to receive their patrons.
FIRE NOT! 015.
SUN KIM. LUNG & CO. liavo moved
Into tlio third house below Smith'
Bridge, on lleretnnla street, whero they
wlllcnrry on their former business nn
til further notice. f300 iw
IN tho yard of FRANK MAY, next to
Itawllns' Soap Works, kou lied,
steads and other fiirnlturo that were
stowed tlicro during tlio llro aro in tho
way, and Mr. 31ay hereby requests tlio
owners to call for their property and
liny lor tuis nuveriiseinent. (aos at
Estate of tho late Edwin
ALL Creditors who have not present
cil their nccounts aro hereby noil
llcil that if not presented within six
months irom tins dale, tiiey will bo for
ever barred. THEO. II. DAVIES,
Brl lsh Vice Consul.
Honolulu, April 21, 1880. 800 lw
ON reasonable terms, tho now 2-story
Uriel; Building, known as tho
Lincoln Block, situated on King street,
mar Hon. O. H. Hlsliop's, It comprises
a frontage of 1.5 feet on King street,
running hark innnka 200 feet more or
less, with all lliu buildings und Improve
ments thereon. Applv to
809 tf O. W. LINCOLN, Hulldir.
H. Hackfeld & Co.
Ofpici: op tiiu Hamiiuiio Bkemkk
1' IllK IXSUllANCi: COMl'AN
Honolulu, April 21
rpENDEHS re iukcd for bv tho un
X den-lgncd for tho reconstruction
of tlio Building lately occupied by
Messrs. Wing Wo Tni & Co.,
On the east side of Nuuanu street, be
low King stuot, and destroyed by the
Tlio Building is to be constructed of
brick, with corrugated roof, nnd iron
doors and shutters, exactly us it was be
fore the lire in every particular.
Tho material remaining of the late
building is placed at tho disposal of tho
contractor freo ef charge.
Scaled Tenders will be received at the
ofUccnf the undersigned up to 12 o'clock
noon on MONDAY next, tho 20th Inst.,
but tho latter do not bind themselves to
accept any of said tenders.
Agents Hamburg Bremen FIro Insur
ance Company. 300 4t
JustreeeUed, direct from Oporto,
in wood and bottle,
Fine Old Port in C-iscs,
Porto "Muscatel In Cases,
Specialities in Madeira Wines:
A full assortment of California Wines
always in Stock.
GONSALVES & CO.,
309 2w Beaver Block.
OWING to many inquiries, this
Is to certify that wc, tho un
dersigned, supply daily to the Elite
Ice Cream Parlors, II. J. Hart, Pro
prietor, in Honolulu, Pure Dairy
WOODLAWN DAIRY & STOCK
B. F. Dillingham, President,
John Guacu, Manager.
Honolulu, II. I., April 15, 188G.
MRS. A. F. MORRIS'S
DRESSMAKING Establishment will
be mood to tlio Itoso Cotlniic,
No. 8 Adams
this evening. Apiil
ON tho evening of tho lato fire, from
tlio corner of Frank Cooke's ware
house, a VALISE, unlocked, with a long
leathern strap around it, containing,
mostly, Shoemaker's Tools. Tho Under
may keep whatever ho considers of avail
to him and bo liberally rowurded for
bringing tho Tools to tho Sailor's Home.
Haw'n Carriage Manf'g Co.,
E. O. Hall &, Son,
Inter-lsland S. N. Co.,
Hnw'u Agricultural Co.,
Wildcr's Steamship Co.,
C. Brewer & Co.,
Walluku Sugar Co.,
$ 00 100
a 7fi 100
L. A. THURSTON, Stock Brokci.
33 Merchant Street. lfil ly
STOKE FOR RENT,
THE fireproof brick Sloro now occu.
pled by Messrs. Lewis & Co.,
grocers, on Hotel street, will be for rent
May 1st. Apply to
,INO. A. PALMER, Gcn'l Agent.
No. 77 Fort street liOO 2w
The usual well-known Superior
50 Cents per Dozen,
will bo ready fiom 5 A.m. to 4 r.M. at
Steam Candy Factory &
Orders delivctcd from G to 9 o'clock
a.m. Please send orders early.
Both Telephones No. 74.
Situate in Makawaa and Kula, Maui,
the propeiiy of tho Estate of tho lato
Charles II. Alexander, will bo sold, at
public auction, in Honolulu, about the
Last of May Next.
Tho Property consists of about
30,000 Acres of Land
In Fco Simple,
600 head of Cattle, moro or less,
4,500 head of Sheep, more or less,
C2T Mnps of tho land ran bo seen,
anil full particular obtained at tho
L. A. THURSTON,
n0" tf U8 Merchant Street.
ex Natuun and other lato arrivals,
Genuine St. Pauli Ale
Grauo's Lager Beer. Guiness' Stout,
Jeflrov's Alo and Stout,
WnlkVs Cclobrated Biscuits,
B M. Soap, Mann's Axes,
Ox Tongues in tins.
110 1 1 w II. Ilnclcl'old & Co.
REAL ESTATE !
In the matter of the Estate of J. M.
BY virtue of an order of the Hon. A
F. Judd, Chief JuRtlco of tlio Su
premo Court, I will sell nt public auction,
at tho auction rooms of Messrs. E. I'.
ADAMS ifc CO., on
Saturday, April 24tli, 18SC,
at 12 o'clock noon.
All that tract of land situated on I'eu
sacola sticct, Honolulu, and moio fully
dcBCilhed n Jloynl J'atout No, ,1313,
containing 00,000 equal o feet, Thete
aio two houses on said laud and In the
host of oider, and tho pioinlsus can ho
examined nt any time. Tho piemUcs
aio to bo sold at an upset piico of
Tho situation is a pleasant ono and it
Is a dcsirablo location,
Tho plan of tho sumo can ho seen at
Tho tonus aro caMi and deeds at tho
cxiicii'o of tho pin chaser,
Honolulu, ApilUUth, 1SSQ.
V. O I'AllKE.
Admlulstiator of the Dnlglo Estate, w Ith
the w IU annexed. 'iOi td
Cattle & Siieep Eench
DAVIS & WILDER,
IMl'ORTEKS AND DEALERS IN
Staple and Fancy ( Groceries,
Xo. 32 Fort Hired, Popular Htntid, Goods, 1'rlcen.
Complete Line of Fresh Groceries and Provisions :
Crosse & BlacKwcll's Preserves and Condiments,
J.T.Morton's " " "
Cutting Packing Co.'s " " "
Macondray & Co.'s English Breakfast Oolong Japan nnd Comet M Teas,
Cala Cracker Co.'s Plain and Fancy Crackers, every variety;
San Joo Packing Co.'s Premium Fruits in glass Jars;
Major Groy's genuine Bombay Chutney, quarts;
Kennedy & Co.'s Boston Cream Biscuits,
l'caK, r rcan & Co.'s aborted Fancy Blscuils,
Holmes & Coutts' Sea Foam Wafers, .
Cereals for Breakfast, In patent wcavel proof 101b. tins;
Canned. Curried, Potted nnd Deviled Meats, Fowl and Fish,
Evaporated, Peeled and Pitted Fruits,
Raisins and every variety of Nuts.
Boneless Anchovies, Mackerel and Sardines In Oil,
Chocolate, sweet and unsweetened, Cocoa and Cocoallna,
Pure Maplo Syrup; Boston Brown Bread,
Our Ice House Goods,
By every steamer, Is a special feature, comprising Freh Boll Butter, Oysters, shell
and tin j Fish, 1 rults nnd every delicacy ns it comes Into the San Francisco market.
Orders by Telephone received and Deliveries Mado in an Hour
after Steamer Docks.
Z3T Qunll'y of nil Goods guaranteed. Prompt deliveries to all parls of tho City
and Walklkl dally. P. O. Box No. 4!tr, Both Telephones No. U'0. -TiJa
JUST OPENED UI
Jersey Waists from $2 to $8;
Jersey Cloths in all Shades;
Ladies' Untrimmed Hats, the latest Styles;
Ornaments, All-Over Lace,
And a Fine Line of Trunks,
TEMPLE OF FASHION,
OI and 03
Wo aro pleased to announce the arrival of our immense lnige Invoice of
Dry Gout, Fancy Goods, Laces, llion,
Clothing and Gent's Furnishing Goods,
and arc now ollering unpicccdcntcd nnd unrlvnllei Bargains In all ourdepartm'ts.
Letting Down the Price.
Just received, 100 pieces of very flno Victoria Iawn at $2 apiece, 10 yards; a very
largo assortment of now .sprlnj: stles in Lawns, 4-4 Batisto, Sateens, plain
figured and brocaded, white Pique and a full lino of Drcts Goods, the latest out.
Lace Bonde, Ladies' Tricot OlotlL
in all tho new shades; 40 do. Ladies Llslo Thread Hose at 40 cents,
tho best value ever offered.
Just received, all tlm latest stjlislnBoys and Children's Suits; 0mt Bargains-,,
Boys Blue Flauel Sailor Suits at $2.00 n Suit. Just received, direct from
Luis', Men's, Misses' and Children's Shoes,
ViiHellno Camphor Ice,
VuMolliie Cold Cream,
Vaxeline Hair OU,
Vnncllne Htnvlnc'Miickluc Oil.
Hollister &. Co., 109 Fort Street.
P.O. BOX 315.
JOS. E. WISEMAN,
General Business Agent.
WIIuoi'b Steamship Agent,
Great Burlington ltailtoad Agent
In America, -
which wo offer at bo l-ro k prices.
S. COHN & CO., Proprietors.
Honolulu, II. I.
Custom Houbo Biokor,
Mnnaeer Hawaiian Onoia Houeo.
Firo and Life Insurance Agent.
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