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' LATEST FOREIGN NEWS.
T- tSsrrrna of the brig Jok D. Sprttlrb, we
1 San Francisco dites to tire morning of the
3fet tec VTe prsseut onr readers with the f
tjrs&iaa. November :ttb An
WWKBjaafpeeialBBTs: Intelligence is received
iKHMiouieeatlmioUj seats lor Con-
i ai l contested liy Uie UenQbucans on ao-
t of crura fraeds at the election, br zneans of
wild: Detuocrat were retained.
ifjsta Stephenson, in charge of the Reolocical
Har"- of Sew Units, retained to-day. He claims
WfbAW discovered MwUier' remarkable prehistoric
dtj It eneads for mikss, th hooses Leinc built
use h cltfi aJonz a canvoa. it u lorry
i fmai S.mt Fe.
Kn meaaace is completed, but ha8
been tahmiUnl to the Cabinet. It probably
& ie OB Friday. It u understood thit it
m&o of only ordinary interest, and is
fDUe iMrtion of the President's
mifiW. it ss auL -a ill L where be elaborately
twu lonh our relaimn rtl England with
qnestiio. He showa that since
Mm aaeeaaos ! me ULtustone Jimistry uie
t tiraa Britain Us nhanud. and that the
tt. Unwary reoojrnizeA the claims of American
fc natai m uaaaaian waters. He recomreenas)
tlJ ilte daira for damage, resulting from the
Frtaes Bay aEai. be referred to a Commission to
4ssktisbri the iubosbi dee to the American
The smm? fihovs that the Gladstone Gov-
wmaiwil. admits that Cintdian legislation must be
m accord with the treaiv. wnerebv Amencaus were
cxasted ligtrts to iUh under certain restrictions, on
Use of $.V0.O00, the sum at which the
privfMsjfr u rained by the Commission under the
Vttmtx of Washington." and paid, bnt in return for
wbieli oar citizens reeemxl nothing under the Disraeli
Mm4rj'. Toe President expresses such
a 'satisfactory adjustment of the matter
Una bi say there is no further need of pressing
tfae bifi pending reimpusinc a duty on lish and
& oilfi. He elaborates the above points, making
lk stbject the most prominent one of Ins message.
la regard to oar fumes affair generally, the mes
sge aMadat to the successful settlement of the
e wlrorerMT m&as f rota the firing on an American
freboaner w a fparush man Iast,snmuier,
BV OlllltHI ' l,kS ,J, r uuh
xsatiedan TnrLey tf the murderers of octor
anioa, H ..new procuniation npon the
mC iEtf - tad the onhappy results attendin;;
tfce ffrt at i n2itauon between Chile and l'era
A fire brvAe uotlsst inirht in th barber shop of
Is Haas "f Kejrresentatires, and before it could
osasiderable injury was done to
anc oeihni;. The barber shop was
one h the House cloak-rooms.
arrhiteet pat mtn to work renaiiing the dam-
l a- orictn oi lue nrp is noi nsoexxaraeu.
Xbw 1 . Konsmbar SJth. The Tthyrum saTS :
i all in from ever? Mate show uie total
lUal wHe to be V.11&S& divided as follows :
Garfe-M .WS.U: Utneock. U3C01t: Weaver,
MC7i . Duw. .i : Soattennz. I.71C It will thus
Jbe htd ttml the Kepubbcan and Democratic
xk. are alxrat as evenly divided as is possible
uiw ftw Krci parues. jorueiu oeaui
br abIf S-i Jl. lid there Ixen no treacherv
A- ttmaoemae raalc bere the story wonid hive
Ilasa. November IMi Jaclson Fergusoii, Sur-
vaf the Census (or this State, has completed
nmas. ttwugii the ofGcial figures have not yet
J'tmumua. ur states tnat tne ipuu
i wuhan a hundred or two of GU.CKXL
a cun mvr the lant census. Instoad of
. IiUiipi Aasatv hiLS frampd. iu nrpMnt nonn
wr. betrrrti &jU0O and 17,000, an increase
IVwiniitMa are ii isinc between the United
Slater aad the Freeeh and German Governmeats
Car ini'i relative to the emp'oyni 'lit
4K m mtmxax Hirer coins.
-Of thecoatnbBUon of f 103,000 to the Democratic
iiifm'u.1 fond, promised by English, he only paid
lABders only csntriboted $303 and his
Matter fljw .! f w."AW pleaged.
iMOnx. NutvCKMr 29th. The timer'' Pans
teial ay- Tn ppimo j a of the Panama Canal
Tiliwwii ii& Ivni n4nm,l vith Ttrmtrrlinnrv
vijjK. It u a tsnvemiciWoBiversai th it success
ax naKiaHttAIKRtll auntat is certain, ana
ronrtrery quarter tit tne
ietm. lold the Timei1
at that Dewk was arriving every moinant which
hr onnocaon that the cuterpnse is in-
sarea twrt couiur in curope is lanug part in
k;ofile being m Germany, Austria and
Uar, r.mtmoypaim are nowing in. the
aM0Hlfla sharos oc the Paris Baurse bv
edmc3?ai5?k"iiich cannot be executed excepi by
ITBie a ttrcaiam. The Founders shares, which
w mm irancs. nave reacnea neanv 4U,aju
Doslu.. orober oiih. The Gazelle contains
an Eer or 1009 reward or the discovery of the
martiecer of Wheeler, at Oala.
CE. Xowk'jt 3tSh. A barbiroos oatrase has
been twtnnutud near Txalee on a bailiff who was
in !se f a boose from which the tenants had
Vrea (Wietcsi. A party of armed men broke into
the hocnr aad silt the baihrTs ears. The bailiff
fuaird f ixmb loss of blood. The pohoc hut has
new I'auas witnout disturbance.
ImEDM. November has ben decided
lita shr GonraaMat. when Parliament meets,
-S iatrodace a Coercion Act ct the same time
vita taeaew Land Bill Act, and this will provide
lorxuc uisamnng or uie rxwpli.
There is a movement in the west of Ireland ,
la Taam. Swineford and other
towns in County Galway, to bring about a redaction
of per cent in rents of shops
asd tuwns tiosses.
l"hilip Callan. SI. P has been found guilty of
Kbetiag A. iL Sullivan, M. P. The verdict was that
Air. Uaaaa pebusued a libel, and that tne libel in
cons&on wsjnot a lair comment. Justice Hawkins
'deferred sentence, and bound overCallanto
striieosmber 15th. He said that the affidavits
be lexihanged a week before then, but he
hoped tlat they would meanwhile be rendered
Dia K ivember3Xiu A circuliir has been
iwoed fruoi the office of the Chief Secretary for
thesnut to abeat themselies more than
ocr noars at a time fidWheU respective comities
wahost spccul leave, and M "report to Forster all
oossiranics lions of the police in reference
At a meering of the Lind League to-day it was
staled tsat several Orangemen were members of
the Laicae, atd that branches of the League had
been naab!ihed in every county in Ulster.
IVscm November 30th. A dispatch
announens that SOO mann'irs ore to go to
A dispatch from Xvruwcary .reports that the
artillery cVstaclimjnt, which went toKew Pallas,
left thsir pins behind at Limerick. Ali.the troops
-were c&hdrawn from Kew Pallas after the police
of tbegirrison had been trebled. '
The Govemioeat has issued an older to-re-call
the Jtegixoent from its station in Ire
u . " " "'- new exigencies have o'isen, it
ty tho order was countermanded,
Ujwillhuve torrmain'in Ireland
ojcflonger. The Coldstream Guards
rd to proceed to Irjland without
r immediate destination has not
ic No other rejricent will be sent
Kew Toss, December 1. A London dispatch to
the World says : Thii League's movements are
sanctioned by hundrols of the priests. The attitude
of Gladstone and Bright is a practical countenance,
if not of the League's methods, at least
of their objects. Thfy are blind who do not
recognize thp Irish movement as a great revolutionary
act, and the bnlyone which ever stood
any chance of snccesfi Sir. Parnell knows that
actual force inn military sense is absurd. He
also knows that force of some kind is necessary to
achieve the aims of Ireland. If the League is
wise and nble enough to exercise its power, without
provoking a colliidon, it may, in the opinion
of many, dictate its tenuis, even to England. It
talk an army to dip. Captain Boycott's turnips.
ye despite that anry Boycott hid to leave his
home with his family forever. We read that the
Coldstream guards ate coming, yet 103,000 Saxon
soldiers might occupy the country without affecting
the situation in tie slightest "degree. Wholesale
mictions might take place, but the soldiers
could not stand guard over every evicted farmer,
and the farms would be reoccupied as soon as the
soldiers left. The armies of the world could not
compel the payment of rept, or force men to work
for obnoxious fellowmen, or keep shop-keepers
from refusing to tell. Coercive acts, a few months
ago, would have been effective, but now they will
be nseljsa. Tho people have learned their power
too well to be cowed.
A HerM Dublin dispatch reads : The winter
campaign of the Irish land war has not reached
the end of its fast stage. The State trials are
fixed for December 2Sth. and the opening of Parliament
for January Gth. The Boycott incident
is over. Nothing p irticularly encages the atten
tion of the Land leagues povrtr. this power
has. within three months, become so overwhelm
ing that I, without fear of contradiction, assert
tnat tne reins ot iiovemnient in iretand are practically
in the hands of Mr. Parnell Md his supporters.
The Irish leaders have obtained and are
extending tneir rule uy means so unique ana
extraordinary that the most intelligent observer
can hardly understand its direct power or comprehend
its terrible significance. A general strike
against the payment of rent, forcible resistance to
those who attempt to force payment, combined
ujpeiuuu Lu ctery iei,u pxucurv iuiu mLimiuuLiuu
of all persons attempting to carry out the law,
crowned by that new and extraordinary engine of
force now called "Boycotting," are elements
creating an open, armed revolution. TheBojcott
incident showed what was necessary to resist the
Land League. Another incident at New Pallas,
County of Limerick, is equaly significant. Several
days ago an iron hut was taken down to New Pallas
for erection on Bourke's farm, but could not
be removed on account of the resistance of the
people there. It lay until to-day, surrounded
night and day by police, who themselves were
surrounded by hundreds of people, determined
not to allow it to be taken away. The removal of
this ridiculous hut became a national question,
and a force of 00 troops, including infantry and
hussars, and two guns of the royal artillery, were
ordered to the scene, and removed the hut at daybreak.
The people wer advised strongly not to
come into collisior. with the overwhelming force,
so the hut was qui;t!y removed. The crowd that
witnessed the unusual spectacle in thi village was
largely made up of women and young lads. Without
wishing to be alarmist, I feel certain that
the revolution cannot end without bloodshed unless
a capitulation be made to the Lund League,
which is out of the question. The may be
small and ineffective, but it is considered inevitable
by many who are familiar with the state of
uie country. is oejonu question iuui uc new
Land bill, however extreme, will not satisfy the
Land Lsague, and the movement should be considered
m all its significance. Without quoting
the previous utterances of numerous members of
the League Executive Committee, it is only necessary
to refer to Air. Davis' speech at a laud meeting
to-day that, "it is important that their
friends in tht north of Ireland, who were now
rapidly whaelrng into line, should at once understand
that the Land League movement was not a
movement for the purpose of bringing rent down
to Griffith's valuations. Its object was to remove
Griffith's valuations and landlordism out of the
St. PtTEBSBtma, November 30. The police at
Charkoff have seized several printing presses, together
with daggers, revolvers, copies of a revolutionary
organ and forged passports, 'and have
arrested two revolutionists.
Rome, November SO. In the Chambefof Deputies
this evening, after several orders of the day
had been introduced, Slgnor llsncini proposed a
rcsuluUon, signed by twenty members, declaring
that the Chamber, desiring to pronounce upon the
important reforms which the wants of the country
require, russed to the order of the day. Slgnor
Jlancmi then examined all the questions raised in
regard to the policy of the povernmeiit. drawing
conclusions which bhowed complete confidence in
the Ministry. Premier Caroli said,that the Ministry
accepted Slgnor Manciui's tuotiaa as an expression
of full confidence, and, in view of the
state of parties in the Chamber, it is considered as
a xeioarksble victory Government.
St. PnTEBSBOiiQ, November 30. The ice on the
Volga suddenly broke at- in con
sequence of the warm weather, live steamers
and thirty barges were destroyed, and large quantities
of grain, naphtha and fish lost. The damage
doue is. immense.
Accounts received by the City of Tokio describe
the trial trip of the new steamei Meifuo. She left
Shanghai October 15th for Canton, sailing under
the American nag, and made a rapid passage of
three and a half days. She was expected to leave
for San Francisco, vii Honolulu about the 23th of
October, and will probably put in her,appearance
here early in December. Whilst nominally the
property of the China Merchants' Steam Navigation
Company, it is asserted that she is in reality
owned by the American firm of S. C. Farnham fc
Co., of Shanghai. The iTeifoo was originally a
British sailing vessel, and, although in process of
conversion into a steamer she was cut m two and
lengthened fifty-even and a. half feet, still the
fact remains that she is foreign built. It has been
the custom for a number of years to allow vessels
Burehased in Chinese waters by citizens of the
failed States to ny the stars and stripes provisionally
; that is, thsy are at liberty to trade on the
coast of China, Japan and the Eastern Seas, under
a certificate granted by a United States Consul.
The question now arises, if- the Meifoo arrives in
the port of San Francisco flying the American
flag, whether she is not liable to seizure, as ail Act
of Congress especially forbids any tessel assuming
our nationality if built outside of the United
STEAM ADWATER PIPE.
We would call the attention of those requiring Piping
to our huge stock of
154,000 Feet On Hand!
Black Welded Steam Pipe Ji to 7 In. diameter.
Galvanized Water Pipe Si to 3 In. diameter.
The above at Moderate Prices.
THE H0N0LTJITT IEOK W0EKS COMFY
NOTICE IS HEItEBT GIVEN
that the members comDosim? the Brm nf Pbclns &
Smith are C.P. Phelps and J. Smith, both residing in
CHRISTMAS & NEW YEARU,
A GREAT SURPRISE TO HONOLULU -
F. HORN'S BAKERY
STEAM CANDY FACTORY
71 Hotel st. bet. Tort una Xutianu.
The above would respectfully call the attention of
Ladles, Heads of Families, and tho fnulie generally of
these Islands to
HIS EXTENSIVE STOCK
IN PLAIN AND FANCY
Confectionery and Cakes
Never KcniuIItiiiolnla before, consisting of several
thousands of the NEWEST DESIGNS AND NOVEL
Tl ES of New York and Chicago, luch as Christmas Gift L
Boxes, jan;e assortment of
Christmas Tree Ornaments, -
GeUtlue Cornets. GlltWalnute, llotto Hearts, Bouncing
Cupid Pictures, Satchels, Vases, Flat and Hoi -low
bnear Figures and Animals of all descriptions; )
Fruit Uuslers.Tanor j.nia Erss, and many otherarticles .
too numerous to specify. Also a few hundred pound of
SOFT CHOCOLATE CREAMS, .
Hand made Creams, Double Caramels, Pure Fresh Gum
Drops, and several thousand pounds of
Pure Home Made Confectionery In Great
Fancy Boxes, Surprises, Cornucopias In all sizes. Costume
.Mottoes and Cussaques, and a very large assortment
Rich ani Plain Fruit Cakes,
Pound, Round and Mould Sponge, Pjramld and Jelly
Cake In all tUes, ornamented in his usually rich style?
Christmas and 'ew Year's Mince l'ics
Of Ulchest Quality. MINCE MEAT FOU BASE
F. IIOHN respectfully invites the Public and Dealers
to inspect his large etock beforo Importing or buying
elsewhere, xe his 0ood will invariably be sold the
Cheapest 13 Sa
"os. 70 tud 78 Hotel Street,
HART BROTHERS, Proprietors.
Board by the Day, "Week or Transient
Cigars, Cigarettes and Tobacco,
Soda Water and other Iced Drinks.
Meals Served in Style
AT AM, IlOtlltS.
HENKY'j. HAKT, 825 3 ELLIS A. HART.
Desirable I'ropcrty on Fort St. For Sale.
rpiIE WELT, IOfOAVX LOT
ated on Fort Street above Iierctania This lot 4s
1UU feet frontaj;e on Fort street, and 1SI feet rear. There
Is a two-story duelling house on the lot, nearly new,
with cook house, bath house and privy, and tjj wells
50 feet deep, well stoned np from the bottom for sewerage
purposs. The water Is laid on In four different
places, and piping all in good condition. There -Js
ample room for the erection of two larce collages. The
fencing is ull new This is one of the most healthy and
centrally located lots for a residence of any in the city
of Honolulu Tho abovo sale offers a good opportunity
for the permanent investment of capital
Title perfect, Deeds at the expense of the purchase.
A part of the purchase money may remain secured by
mortgage on the premises. For farther particulars, ap ,
plrto O W MACY, on the premises, or
A.J CAKTH RIGHT, Esq.,
Wherea plan of the lot can be seen. W3 7
IF O 3FL SALE!
ON THE INSTALLMENT PLAN,
THREE COTTAGES AND LOTS
OJT HiX.tLlI.O STKEET.
tST Small Payments In Advance. Balance to Suit
Purchasers. One Cottrge already built by K. W.
and ready for occupancy. The others are no beinn -built.
Each Cottage contains four nice rooms, bath
room and detached kitchen.
XVitlx TWntcr laid on.
857 m HAKRYJ. B.McCOO L
And Foi Sale by
AX INVOICE OF
II. IIACKFELD & CO.
' nnu ma !- r if
m j&. a. jll o nsr !
Just to hand Ex "Eureka," and (for Sale' by )
lOOnlils. Prime Plantation Salmo '-'-'
At the Loiceit Holes,
'tol.6 ,t THEO. H. DAVIES
FRANK H. AUSTIN & 00.,
Commission Merchants' and For- -warding
Agents. - T&& ,
Office Xo. 20 California St., San Francisco.
Consignments from the Hawaiian Islands desired.
The Best Prices Warranted, and Sales Guaranteed. .'
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Bran and Oats-
X LADY LAHI'SOS," THIS BAT.
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