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FRIDAY, MAY 28, 188C.
Datet to the 10th inst., per S. S.
The Iri9h Nntloual Lcaguo re
ceived from the Ninth New York
Regiment and Clan Na Gael Society
of that city offers to equip, trans
port and maintain in the Held 10,000
men to support Home Rule iu Ulster
against any and all Loyalist opposi
tion. The Belfast papers publish adver
tisements inviting tenders of 20,000
Snyder rifles and the same number
of bayonets to be delivered at An
trim on or before June 1st.
The Loyalists in Ulster, it is said,
will conceal their arms, fearing that
Morley, the Chief Sccrotary for Ire
land, will order tuo police to mnice
raids for the purposo of disarming
the- people. A leading English Libe
ral subscribed 100 to aid in buying
arms for the Orangemen of Armagh.
Drill clubs are being organized by
the Armagh Loyalists.
Michael Davitt, in an interview,
declared that he would rouse the
members of the National League iu
Ireland and America if Gladstone
yielded to Chamberlain's demands
for the modification of the home
rule scheme. In reference to the
opposition of the people of Ulster to
home rule, Davitt said, scornfully:
"Leave them alone to us. "We will
make short work of these gentry.
They arc not Irishmen, but only
Englishmen and Scotchmen who set
tled among us. It would be an
absurdity to allow them to dictate to
Irishmen how Ireland shall be gov
erned. The Nationalists will wage
war to the death against any bill
which does not subject Ulster to the
rule of the statutory Parliament at
A petition 371 yards long, signed
by 150,000 women of Ulster, has
been handed iu at the Home Ofllce.
It is addressed to the Queen, and
beseeches her to withhold her assent
from any homo rule bill which shall
be passed. The first three signa
tures to the petition arc those of the
Duchess of Abcrcorn, the wife 6f
Bishop Kuox and Mrs. Henderson
of Norwood Tower, Belfast. They
represent respectively the nobility,
. the church and the people.
A large association of Loyalists
has been formed in Armagh for the
purpose of arming and drilling the
opponents of homo rule. The or
ganization has arranged for the pur
chase of an ample number of rifles
at 25 shillings apiece, and quantities
of war material have already been
obtained and stored. Several bodies
of men have already been under drill
and are exercising every day. Dona
tions of money have been liberally
made for the support of the Loya
lists engaged in this movement, the
contributions rane'inec from 100
downward. The Loyalists every
where hereabout express a stern "c
solve to resist home rule in any
One firm of manufacturers in the
province of Ulster has already con
cluded arrangements for the transfer
of its mills to Germany.
A great meeting of the opponents
of home rule was held in St. James
Hall, London, Lord Salisbury, Geo.
Hamilton, Lewis Ham, of Limerick ;
Burey, Sidmoutli and Brabourne
and many members of the House of
Commons were on the platform.
Resolutions were introduced to
the effect that this meeting repre
sented the Conservative Associa
tions of the Kingdom, and that it
had confidence in the ability of Lord
Salisbury to maintain Great Britain
and Ireland as one united kingdom
and to guard safely the union and
greatness of the empire. The reso
lutions were carried amid cheers.
Jhn II. A. McDonald, member
from Edinburgh and St. Andrew's
Universities, presented a petition
nrrninst urantintr home rule to Ire
land. The petition was signed by J
106,891 Scotchmen. It was one
and one-quarter milos long and
weighed 271 pounds, and was borne
into the House on the shoulders of
The Radical seceders will bo con
tented with nothing short of a regular
representation of Ireland.
Baron Ferdinand do Rothschild,
Liberal member of Parliament for
the Aylesbury division of Bucking
hamshire, has written a public letter
opposing Gladstone's home rule bill
and asking Conservatives and Libe
rals alike to petition against the
adoption of the measure.
At a meeting in London and in
the counties the Liberal Union reso
lutions were adopted favoring the
main principles of tho homo rule
bill. Several amendments were
The British Orangemen arc called
upon to hold a mass meeting in
London under the auspices of tho
Premier's Club for tho purpose of
inaugurating a league for the pro
jection of the "liuity of the Em
pire." Catholic as well as Protes
tant loyalists are invited to join.
One of the purposes of the lcaguo
will be, it is declared, to secure tho
enrollment of men accustomed to
service. The Standard contains an
advertisement for an Adjutant of
It is stated thai John Bright will
absent himself from tho House of
Commons on the occasion of tho
division upon the secoud reading of
ihe homo rule bill, and his example
wlU bo sore to have an influence on
Iu his speech on the motion for
the second reading of the homo rule
bill, Mr. Gladstone declared that
the main object of the bill was to
abolish root and branch, the discon
tent prevailing iu Ireland and to
I restore social order by the removal
not merely of Bj'niptoius, but the
causes of that discontent. If the
opponents of the bill had an alter
native policy, what was it? He
asked if Lord Randolph Churchill
should undertake the task of set
tling Ireland, what did he mean to
do? Wns his plan that proposed
by the Loyalists in Belfast last
November? The English Govern
ment might be daring, but not so
daring as to undertake to reconstruct
the Irish Government without touch
ing the legislation dilllcully. If
Lord Ilartington had a plan let him
declare it. He appealed to Lord
Ilartington to stutc his solution of
the Irish problem. They had reached
a crisis in tho history of tho nation.
The path of boldness was the only
path of safety. Cheers. All men
ought to know their own mind and
ought to tell it. Tho fate of Ire
land could not bo cast into lottery
6f politics. Pamellite cbccrs.J
He had been told that ho was
steering Ireland to certain ruin. Let
his opponent bIiow a way to rescue
it. Let Lord Ilartington, in moving
the rejection of the bill trace a
visible or palpable road through tho
darkness. Cheers.J The mem
bers of the House have before them
a great opportunity to close a strife
of 700 years ayol aye! J, of knit
ting by bonds firmer and higher in
character than heretofore tho hearts
and affections of the Irish people,
and of cementing the noble fabric
of the British nation. Loud and
A despatch from Madrid an
nounces Queen Christina delivered
of a son, on the 17th, and the city
illuminated in honor of the event.
A CESSION TO FltANCi:.
A treaty has been signed, adding
lo France the entire group of islands
and islets forming the territory
known as the Comoro Islands and
situated in the Mozambique Channel.
MOUNT -iKTNA IN UUUI'TION.
A despatch from Catania, Sicily,
says Mount JEtna is in a state of
The seizure at Digby, N.S., 7th
inst., of the"U. S. fishing schooner
David J. Adams, of Gloucester,
Mass., Capt. Kinney, by the British
steamer Lansdowne, for infraction
of the fishing laws, has been follow
ed by similar seizures at other points
on the coast of the maritime pro
vinces. The seizures were creating
considerable excitement in both
countries, and were the subject of
correspondence between the United
States and British Governments.
President Cleveland was understood
to desire a settlement of the ques
tion upon some basis other than re
taliatory measures, while the British
minister, at Washington, being in
terviewed, observed that "until
some action is taken by the Imperial
Government I shall not be called
upon to act iu tha matter with the
United States. I don't apprehend
this question is going to cause any
serious differences between the two
We should Blot Out Disease
in Its Early Stages.
The discaso commences with a slight
dcrangemont of tho stomach, but, If
neglected, It in time involves the whole
frame, embracing tho kidneys, liver,
pancreas, and in fact the enure gland,
ular system ; and the afflicted drags out
a miserable existence until death gives
relief fiom suffering. The dlscabe is
often mistaken for other complaints;
hut if the reader will ask himself the
following quistlons he will he able to
determine whether he himself is one of
tho afflicted: Ilave I distress, pain, or
difficulty in breathing after eating? Is
there a dull, heavy feeling, attcnued by
drowsiness? Have the eyes a yellow
tinge? Does a thick, sticky mucous
gatlier about the gums and teeth in the
mornings, accompanied by a disagree,
ablo taste? Is tho tonguo coated? Is
there pain in the sides and back? Is
there a fullness about the right side as
if the liver were enlargingy Is there
vertigo or dizziness wlien rising sua.
daily from an horizontal position? Are
tho secretions from the kidneys highly
coloured, with a deposit after standing?
Does food ferment soon after eating,
accompanied by flatulence or belching
of gas from tho stomach? Istherofre.
quenl palpitation of tho heart? Thcso
various symptoms may not hp present at
one time, but they torment tho bufferer
in turn as the dreadful discaso pro.
grcsscs. If the case bo one of long
standing, there will be a dry, bucking
cough, attended alter a time by expec
toration. In very advanced Btages the
skin assumes a dirty brownish appear,
ancu, and tho hands and feet are covered
by a cold btlclty perspiration. As tho
liver and kldneyB become more and
moro diseased, rheumatic paius appear,
ami the usual treatment proves entirely
unavailing against Hie latter agonising
disorder. The orlgiu of this malady Is
indigestion or dybpepsla, and a small
quimtlly of tho proper medloino will
remove the dUcaso If taken in its inclp
iency. It is most important that the
discaso should bo promptly and properly
treated iu its first stajjes, when a little
medicine will effect a cure, and eyen
when it has obtftlped v stlong hold tho
correct remedy should bo persevered in
until every vestige of the disease is
eradicated, until tho appetite has return
ed, and the digestive organs restored to
a healthy condition. Tho surest and
most effectual remedy for this distress,
lug complaint is "Selgcl's Curative
Syrup," a vegetable picparation sold by
all chemists and mdicino vendors
tlicougbout the world, and by tho pro
prietors, A. J. White, Limited, London,
E. C. This Syrvp strikes at tho very
foundation of tho disease, and drives it,
root and branch, out of tho system. Ask
your chemist for Seigcfs Curatlvo
"XaitMccet .Mliu. unmuri(igo.iio,un.
"London, E V., July ah. ISssJ
"81r,-It gives me grea pleasure to be
able to add my testimony In favour of
your valuable Syrup a a curative agent.
1 had Buffered for some length of time
from a tcverc fo.tn of ludluc tlwn. nnd
the long train ( distrcs-big symptoms
following that dl-cnoc. 1 had tried all
possible litems to get relief, by Keeking
tho bet medical udvice. I had swallow.
cd suttlclcnt of their stuff to float a man.
of-war, to to (peak, but all to no avait.
A friend of mine, comlug on the scene
in the midst of my sullei lugs brought
with him a bottle of jour Selgcl Syrup ;
he advl-ed me to try It, tinting ho felt
confident it would benefit mc. Being
weary of trymg so many drugs, I con.
demned it before tilal, thinking it could
not possibly Jo me any goon, uui uiu.
matcly determined to take the Syrup.
After doing bo for a short time it work,
ed such a change in me that 1 continued
taking it for nearly luo months, and I
then felt thoroughly cured, for I have
discontinued its use for live weeks, and
feel iu Hie best of health, and can par.
tako any kind of food with case and
comfort. I am therefore thankful to
you that, through the Instrumentality of
vour valuable medicine, I am rcstoied to
the state of health I now enjoy. Yours
truly, W. S. KonsTKii.
"To Mr. A. J. White"
Those who arc in the "Asthma
Fur nace" should loso no tlmo in obtain
lug relief by the use of "The Rosins
weed Tar Mixture j" but do not use the
medicine unless you will follow all tho
directions "to the letter."
Poor Asthma sufferers, who aro
strangers to "tired Nature's sweet
restorer, balmy sleep," should make uo
of "Tho ltolnwccd Tnr Mixture." Quiet
refreshing sleep will follow Its use
"Waterloo House, London Stile, Chls
wick, "February 17th. 18ti2.
"Messrs. Wnito and Co., Loudon.
"Gentlemen, It l,s with great pleas
uro that I add my testimony to the
wonderful effects of Selgcl's Syrup. For
years I nad been suffering from bilious
attacks, winch began with giddiness;
then a mist would come before my eyes,
so that I should not bo able to recognise
any ono or anything at the distance of a
yard or two fiom my face. This would
be followed by excessive trembling ot
my knees, so that I could not stand
without support; after which a severe
headache would occur, lasting often two
or threo dags. I b.ivo tried various
remedies for thcso distressing symptoms,
but until I tried Selgcl's Syrup I bad no
relief. Since then 1 have bad excellent
health In every respect, and If ever I
feel a headache comlug on I take one
dose of the Syrup, which arrests It.
Hoping that this testimonial may ho the
incuns of inducing others (who suffer as
I used) to try the Syrup, us I feel sure
they will receive speedy benefit and
ultimately bo cured, Ibcg to remain,
"A. II. Hoiiton."
Selgcl's Operating Tills prevent 111
effects from excass In eating or drink
ing. A good dose at bed-time renders
a person lit for buslndss in the morning.
If you have Asthma use 'The Roslnwced
WE LEAD !
Others Follow !
If You Want
Pine Ice Cream,
CA-lCOEfeS unl OA.JNli:EH.
Ice Cream Parlors
85 Hotel Street, near Fort.
OI'KN DAILY UNTIL 11 P.M.
Xolof lioucN :
Mutual 838, -a (313) t&- Bell 182.
Crystal Soda forte,
Soda Water, Ginger Ale,
Florida Lemonade, Aciatcd Waters of
all kinds, Fruit Syrups and Estcnces.
We Use Patent Stoppers
in all our Bottles.
Wo Invito particular attention to our
Patent D'ilter, recently Introduced, by
which nil waters used in our munufac.
turcs is absolutely freed from all im.
Wo deliver our Goods frco of charge
to nil parts of tho city. We guaranteo
our Goods to be the best in the market.
Careful attention paid to Island Orders.
The Crystal Soda Works,
P, O. Bo? ap7, Honolulu.
Bell Telephone : : 08
Slutuul Telephone t 330
tST Orders left with Benson, Smith &
Co., No. 11 Fort Street, will receive
Wo, also, aro Ageuts for the sale
' of J. W. HiHgley's
186 of his own manufacture. (Im
ANYONE who is willing to glvo any
assistance to those whq suffered by
the flro of the 18th day of April, 1880. Is
hoieby cordially Invited to send his
donation to tho Hon. S. M. Damon,
Treasurer, and notify W. O. Achi, tho
Secretary, for nottco In nowspapers.
II. It. 11. LILIUOKALANI, Pres.,
H. WATERHOUBK, Esq.., Vico-Pres.
HON. 8. M. PAMON, Treasurer,
W. O. AOII1, Secretary!
HON. JNO. L. KATJLUKOU,
nON. JAB. KEAU,
UKV.T.WAIAMAU. 017 tt
H. E. MclNTYRE & BRO.,
IMl'OHTEKS AND DKAJ.EItS IN
Groceries, Provisions and Feed,
EAST OOHNEH FORI AND KING S INLETS.
New Goods received by every Packet from the Eastern Stales and Europe.
Fresh California Troduce hy ctery Steamer. All orders faithfully attended to.
and Uood delivered toanypnriof the city free of charge. Island orders roll,
cited. Satisfaction guaranteed. Tost Oiflcu box 145. Telephone Mo. 91. 108 ly
P. O. Box 2U7.
LEWIS & CO., GROCERS,
111 JPovt Htreot,
Importers & Dealers in Staple & Fancy Groceries.
Now Goods continually on tho way. Just received Kegs Bauer Kraut, kegs Hol
land Herring, kegs Tripe, kegs Gorman Pickles, kegs Mtxitl l'lukles, kits
Salmon Bellies, kits Mackerel, kega Family Pork, kegs Corned Beef. For
Breakfast- While Oats, Germca; Bienkfast Gem and Shredcd Maize. Also, n
fine lot of New Zealand and Portland I'eachblow Potatoes always on hand.
The very best of ISLAND DUTTEH, plenty for everybody.
1'rtci'M low nntl MutiHfactlon Gnnrantccd.
(Formerly with Samuel Not!1.
ImporLoi mid XJeultsi in
STOVES, CHANDELIERS, LAMPS,
CHOOKEHY, GLABSWAHE, IIMJfrK FURNISHING 1IAUDWA1IE,
AGATE IKON AND TIN WAKE.
Agent HalFs Safe and Lock Company,
Beaver Hlock, - Fort Street.
Store formerly occupic by S. No'l'I,
Corner of Fort & Merchant Streets,
Has just opened out a large and carefully selected stock of
Gent's Fine Furnishing Goods,
Custom-Made Clothing, and Hats and Caps
U ell tie Latest Styles aid Fattens.
Particular attention is called to
JOI ITT, lo.
Granite, Iron and Tin Ware !
Chandeliers, Lamps and Lanterns,
WATER PIPE and RUBBER HOSE,
House Keeping Goods,
PLUMBING, TIN, COPPER AND
993 SHEET IRON WORK,
op; osito Spreckvls & Co.'s Bank. -t&8
an elegant line of Gent's Neckwear.
April 5th, 1886,
8 Kmftwm Street
HHt.li i mi ' in n. jtyfflwfofl't WW i
GOOD, sober, rallablo, stead? man,
one ucd to the country. To take
care of horses, milk a few rows, and t.
tend to grounds at a private residence
on Maul. None need apply unless fully
able to meet the above requli entente.
Wages, t'JS a month, board and lodging.
Apply to J. I. WISEMAN,
314 Gen'l Business Agent.
FOB SALE BY
No. lO Store,
A Varied Ass'm't of Kid Gloves
Wash Doe Jersey Gloves,
Sash and other Ribbons
318 latest styles.
FIRE, FIRE !
HAVING been obliged (on short
notice by the above element) to
move to some other quarters, wo would
therefore notify our patrons, and all
those that wish us well, that we are now
67 and 69 Hotel Street,
whero we shall bo prepared to fill all
Groceries & Provisions,
alto, in the Feed line, s
Hay and Grain.
Orders solicited, prompt attention and
lair prices guaranteed.
1ST Bell Telephone 849, Mutual Tele,
WOLFE Ac CO.
Wine and Spirit
23 Nuuanu St., Honolulu.
Sole Importers of
8. Laohman ft Co.'s California "Winea,
John Exchaw'a No. 1 Brandy,
J. Pellisou's 1 and 10.year.old Brandy,
J. J. Melcher's lllephant" Gin,
H. W. IM1TU CO. 'a
"Tiistle Leff" WMsKey,
Coates & Co.'sl ' Plymouth" Gln,ete.
A FULL LINK OF THE
Most Favorite Brands
Ales, Beers, Wines,
annus, liqueurs, etc.,
constantly on hand and for sale at the
Orders filled promptly and all Goods
P. 0. Box 362. Both Tel., No. 46.
YoMiite Skating M,
Will be open every afternoon and even.
day and Haturday Kvenlngs.
Xo tVp. public in general.
For ladies and gentlemen.
For ladles, gentlemen and children.
Friday and Saturday Evenings.
4 WILLUM WALE, Maniftr.
Hawaiian Jockey M
TO HE HELD AT
June 11 and 12, 1886.
First Day, Juno 11, 1886.
1 Honolulu Plate, $75.
Running Race, half-mile dash, open
2-Kaplolani Park Plate, $100.
Running Race, -mllo dash, open to
all horses bred In the Kingdom that
have never run at auy meeting ot this
3 Lunamakaainana Plate, $100.
Running Race, one mile dash; free
4 Hawaiian Jockey Club Cup,
Running Race, a sweepstake of 50
added; cup to ho won hy tho same
person twice, the second winning to
he at any future nnnual meeting; one
mile dash, open to all three-year-olds;
scaled nominations. Inclosing a
fee of $10, to he sent to the Secretary
of tho Hawaiian Jockey Club on or
before 2 i.m. on the Gth day of June.
Final acceptances as to tho balance of
sweepstakes on or before 2 p.m. on
tho 10th of June. Second trial Cup
run for last year.
5 Oceanic Plate, $100.
Running Race, one mile dash, free
for all Hawaiian bred horses. Maid
ens allowed five pounds.
6 Waikapu Cup,
Running Race, a sweepstako of 82t
added, mile dash, open to all two-year-old
Hawaiian bred horses. Cup
to be won by horse beating the two-year-old
record, 1 :23.
7 Kamehameha Plate, $250.
Running Race, mile dash, open to
8 Pony Bace, $75.
Running Race, mile dasb, opeu to all
ponies of 14 hands or under.
Second Day, June 13, 1886.
1-overnor Sominis Cup, $50 added,
Running Race, mile dash, free for
2 The Hawaiian Plate, $150,
Trotting and pacing, mile heats, best
two In three; all horses having a re
cord of 2 :S0 or better to go to wagon..
3-Eosita Challenge Cup, $250 added.
Running Race, mllo dash, free for
all; winner to beat the record ot Ro
sita, l:47j. Cup to be run for an
nually and to be held by the winner
until bis time is beaten at a regular
meeting of the Association.
4 The Queen's Plate, $100,
Running Race, mile dash, free for all
Hawaiian bred horses.
5-The King's Plate, $100,
Trotting and pacing, mile heats, best
two In three; free for all horses not
having a record of 3 minutes or better ;
to be driven by members of the
6-Hia Majesty's Cup,
Running Race, a sweepstake of $50
added, 1 mile dash, free for all
three-year-olda owned by members
of the Club. The cup to be run for
Entrance Fee, 10 per cent.
Entries close at 2 p.m. on MON
DAY, June 0th, at tho oulco ot C. O.
Races commence at 10:30 a.m. on
first day, and 12 :30 p.m. second day.
Admission, 60c; Grand Stand, 60c
and $1; each horse within tho circle,
G. O. BERGER,
31 td Sec'y Hawaiian Jockey Club-
WrLIJER'S S. S. COt
Leaves Honolulu each Tuesday at
4 p.m., touoblcg at Lahalna, Maa
laea Bay, Makena, Mahukona, Ka
walhae, .Laupahoehoe and Hllo.
Returning, will touch at all tha
aloyo porta, arriving at Honolulu
eaoh Ratunlav aftnrnoon.
ALL orders for Cartage promptly at
tended to. Particular jtttention
paid to the
Storing & Shipping
of goods In transit to the other Islands,,
Also, BlacK and White San
in quantities to suit at lowest pricte.
Ofllce, adjoining X. P. Adams & Oo.'s.
auction room. ., ,
983 ly Mutual Ttlephons No. II.,
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