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t fishermen in Canadian waters. He recommends
men. xhe messase snows tnat uie Uiaustone
einment admits that Cinadtan Iejjuaattuu must oe
id accord with the treaty, whereby Americans were
cranted nshts to fish under certain restrictions, on
the toajment of $500,G0a the sum at which the
privilege was valued by the Commission under the
treatv of Washington," and paid, but in return for
which our citizens received nothing under the Disraeli
Ministry- The President expresses such
a satisfactory adjustment of the matter
that b says thtre is no further need of pressing
the hills pending reiniposing a duty on nsh and
fish oils. He elaborates the above points, mating
the subject the most prominent one of his message.
Inrejard to our foreign aH airs generally, tne
alludis to the successful settlement of the
controversy arising from the firing on an American
schooner by a 'Spanish man of-war Iast,sunimer,
the amicable reUtiuns with Mexico, the arrest and
ion-fiction by Turkey of the murderers of Doctor
lrarsons, the lOiinese proclamation upon tne question
of duties and the unhappy results attending
the efforts at mtditation between Chile and Peru
, A fire broke out last night in the barber shop of
the Houst of Representatives, and before it could
be extinguished considerable injury was done to
.the walU and ceiling. The barber shop was
located m one of the House cloak-rooms. To-day
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LATEST FOREIGN NEWS.
Jiy the arrival ot the bri Jak D. SpirektU, we
ha"t San Francisco dates to the morning of the
2nrj insi. "We present our readers with the f
Cmcioc Xovember 3)th. An Inter (krjit
' frsra Florida to the
- rrofebiwiLi uavoniKtra
Joint of pruts frauds at tho election, by means of
sswaicti ueniccratKwere returned.
rj Jiuies Stephenson, in charce of the Geological
ssnrvev ot jo' aienco, reaimm no ciaims
ftqliave diicuvered another remarkable prehistoric
idy. It extend for miles, tha hooies being built
iiuvtne race 01. a ciin along a canyon, ai is juny
lies iroin curia r
he architect put men to work repairing Uie
Thf origin of the fire is not ascertained.
New Yoek. November )tb, The Trltgram sav3t
leturns all in from everr State show the total
Hew Tokk, December 1. A London dispatch to
the says: The league's movements are
sanctioned by hundreds of the priesta. The attitude
of Gladstone and Bright is a practical countenance,
if not ot the League's method, at least
of their objects. They are blind -who do not
recognize uir irisn movement as a Rreai revolutionary
act, and the only one which ever stood
achieve the aims of Ireland. If the League it
wise and able enoush to exorcise its power, with:
out provukiiiK a collision, it (may, in theopinioit
of many, dictate its terms, uven to Eugtwd. It
took an army f dis Captain Bojowtt's turnipe,
vet despite that army Boycott hud to leave his
home with his family forever. We read that the
Coldstream are coniins, yet lOAWO Saxon
nence to the question, tie shows tnat smce nco would have been effective, but now they will
tthar tcoession of tne Ulatone Jiinistry tlte am be useless. Tho people have learned their power
ot Great Britain has changed, and that the too well to be cowed.
Jimi.try tue ciaimsoiaerican . . . . - .
I campiisu of the Irish land war has not reached
'residentiil vote to be 9.ia2JKB. divided as follows: break. The ouoiile were advised stronslv not to
Garfield l,15),fl5; Huicock. 4,t3S,0U; Weaver, come into collision with the oven helming
505.Ka . Dow. S.elt : Scattering, 1,793. It will thus so the hut was quietly removed. The crowd that
seen tnat tne iteouDiican ana uemocr.mo
iirties are about as evenly divided as is possible
have two groat parties. Irarheld beats
cock by only 3,i'Jl. Had there been no treachery
the Democratic ranks here the story woulii liive
n quite uiuerent.
Kexo. November 33th. Jackson Ferguson, Sur-
evor of the Census for this State, has eomnleted
jie returns, though the official figures have notret
hin He atp trial the total
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1 ot .Nevada is witnm a nunareu or two ot ijcvjw,
xm a giin over the last census. Instead of
3F3f'nleingoetween 1G.OX) and 17,0X, an increase
Pourpor'.frrs are1 pissing between the United
States and the French tnd German Governments
for exchanging opinions relative to the employment
of the existing silver coins.
Of the contribution of f 100,000 to the Democratic,
campaign fund, promised by English, he only paid
.35,000. Landers only contribntpd 3,500 and hi3
brother 1,5CH of $t0,0U0 pledged.
Losdos. November The Timer' Paris
special says-: Tns promo j a of the Panama Canal
scheme li-is been returned with extraordinary
vigor. It is a th it success
as regardjsibiaQurntal is certain, and
aahesiojfrfHHHBfflcfrom very quarter of the
globe. imTeTsSseps told the Timer
thit news was arriving every momant which
confirmed hi convection that the euterpnse is insured.
Every country in Earope is taking part in
it ; offices being opened in Germany, Austria and
Italy, aniBJau;p:ons are Sowing in. Ta Eug-
lish hJ(iSBjHp shares on the Paris Bourse by
sendinjDruer3nich caaiot be executed except by
paying a premium. The Founders' shares.- jthich
were 5,010 francs, have reached nearly -10,000
DtJBixs. November 3.1th. The Gazelle contain
an offer or 1000 reward or the discovery of the
murderers of Wheeler, at Oola.
Cose. NovemVr 3Jlh. A birlirous outrage has
' been committed ner Tralee on a bailiff wLo was
in charge of a houss from which the tenants had
been evicted. A party of armed men broke into
the house and slit the bailiff's ears. The bailiff
faulted fromhxsof blood. The police, hut has
' rieen erected at new Pallas without disturbance.
- LosDos, November 30th. It has been decided
that thu Government, when Parliament meets,
will introduce a Coercion Act at the same time
with the new Land Bill Act, and this will provide
for the immediate disarming of the people.
There is a movement in the west of Ireland, par
ticularly in mam. awinelord and otner consider
able towns in County Galway, to bring about a re-
ML ' duction of
K . 3 and towns
SJ (,hS Philip C
1 J7l UbelingA.
per cent in rents ot snops
Callan, M. P., has been found guilty of
AL. Sullivan. Al. if. iUe verdict was tnat
r. Callan published a libel, and that the libel in
question was not a fair comment. Justice Havkius
pfprwd HpntpnM And bound over Cnlbin to
15th. He said that the affidavit
must be exchanged a week before then, but he
(hoped t"iat they would meanwhile be rendered
DtJBtri November 30th. A circular has been
issued from the office of the Chief Secretary for
Ireland to the sessional Crown solicitors, directing
them not to aboenttemselves more than twenty-four
hours at a time rrfhrXhjij respective counties
without special leaTe, and tareport to Forster all
communications of the police in reference
At a meeting of the Land League 10-day it was
stated tnat several Orangemen were members of
the League, and thai branches of the League had
been established in every county in Ulster.
Lassos, November 30th. A dispatch from Portsmouth
announces that 500 manners are to do to
A dispatch from lipperarv reports tht the
artillery detarh men t, which went New jfralhis,
left their guns behind at Limerick. All th troops
were withdrawn from New Pallas after Oe police
x)f the garrison had been trebled,
t The Government has issued an order to re-call
he Sixty-fourth Regiment from its station in Ire
jjj I- .. new exigencies have arisen, it
1; the order was countermanded,
it will have to remain la Ireland
n longer. The Coldstream Guards
to proceed to Inland without
r immediate destfantion has not
ic No other regjJhent will be sent
hasvwitlrln three months, become so overwhelm'
ing that I, without fear of contradiction, assert
that the reins of Government in Ireland are practically
in the hands of Mr. Parnell and his supporters.
The Irish leaders have obtained and are
extending their rule by means so unique and
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
these who attempt to force payment, combined
opposition to every legal process and intimidation
of all persons attempting to carry out the law,
crowned by that new and extraordinary engine of
force now called "Boycotting," are ehments
creating an open, armed revolution. The l'oycott
incident showed what was necessary to resist the
Land League. Another incident at New 1'alliia,
County of Limerick, is equaly significant- Several
days iigo an iron hut was taken down to New Pallas
fur 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 removvl of
this ridiculous hut became a national question,
ahd a force of 500 troops, including infantry and
hussars, and two guns of the royal artillery, ttere
oruereu 10 uie scene, ana removea tne lint at cuy
witnessed tne unusual spectacle in tne village was
largely made ud of women and vouni? lads. With
out wishing to be au alarmist, 1 feel certain tliat
the revolution cannot end without bloodshed unless
a capitulation bo made to the Land League,
which is out of Uie question. The ning may be
small and ineffective, but it is considered inevitable
by many who are familiar with the state of
the country. It is beyond question that the new
Land bill, however extreme, will not satisfy the
Land League, and tho movement should be considered
in 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- land meeting
to-day that, " it is very important that their
friends in the north of Ireland, who were now
rapidly wheeling into line, should at oncu 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. PtTEiKBCiio, November 30. The police at
Charkoff have seized several printing presses, together
with daggers, revolvers, copies of a revolutionary
organ and forged passports, -and havt
arrested two revolutionists.
Rome, November 30. In the Chamber of Deputies
this evening, after several orders of the day
had been introduced, Signor Mmcini proposed a
resolution, signed hy tftenty members, declaring
that the Chamber, drsinnc to pronounce upon the
important reforms which the wants of the country
require, passed to the order of the day. Signor
Mancini then examined all the questions raised in
regard to the policy of the povernment. drawing
conclusions wnich showed complete confidence in
the Ministry. Premier Caroli said, that the Ministry
accepted Signor MancnTs motion as an expression
of full confidence, and. in view of the
state of parties in the Chamber, it is considered as
a remarkable victory for-the Government.
Sr. PrrEBsntXEO, November 30. The ice on the
Volga suddenly broke at inconsequence
of the warm weather. Five steamers
and thirty barges were destroyed, and large quantities
of grain, naphtha and fish lost. The damage
done is immense.
Accounts received by the City of Tolio describe
the trial trip of the new steamer iletfoo. 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, via Honolulu about the 25th 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 nf S. C. Farnham or
Co., of shanghai. The Sleioa waa originally a
British sailing vessel, and, although in process of
conversion into a steamer she was cut m two and
lengthened fifty-seven and a half feet, still the
fact remains that she is foreign built. It has been
the custom for a number of years to ailow vessels
purchased in Chinesa waters by citizens of the
United States to rly the stars and stripes provisionally
: that is, they 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 Mcioo arrives in
the port of San Francisco fiyinj the American
flag, whether she is not liable to seizure, as an Act
of Congress especially forbids any vessel assuming
our nationality if built ouuidt of the United
STEAM AHDJfATER PIPE.
We would call tb) attention of those reqalrinj PlpBj
to onr large stock or
154,000 F'eet On Hand!
Bbct WeldM Steam Pipe U to 7 In. diameter.
Galvanized HatePlpe VI to 3 in. diameter.
HT" The iboTe it Valerate Prices.
THE H0H0LTJLTT HOSHTOEKS COMFY
"XTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEK
1M tha the members eomoosiiii' the firm of PhelnftJb
Smith are C.F. Phelps and J. Sailth, both residing in
CHRISTMAS & NEW YElR'.i
A (JREAT SURPRISE TO HONOLULU
F. HORN'S BAKERY
STEAM CANDY FACTOEY
71 Hotel st. bet. Fort ami Nubohr.
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fc. vfhe Presidents message is completed, bnt ha ina the situation in the slightest decre. "Whole- lle. Head of iamllles, and the Pablle generally or
nt been submitted to tho Cabinet It probably m mifht Like ntae. hut th sntibont ""ids to
w(U be on Friday, It is understood that it con- could noi stand fcuard over every evicted fanner, UIC PYTCMQIUF 'TftOK
laiSis matters of only ordinary interest, and is bar- una the farms would be reoccnpiHl as soon a the " 6AI6I10111. o'vvn,
natof sensations. ..,.. soldiers left. The armies of the world could not iv bt.iiv ivrrv
fEhe most mtereais portion 01 tnerresiuents compel the payment of rent, or force men to work .
aejsage, it is said, will be where he i elaborately for obnoxious fellowmen, or Veep shop-keepers nnfonl onfl - flnVpc;
;ts forth our relations with England with refer- frmu refusing to sell. Coercive acts, a few months WUlUClWlMlCl J ailU VO.A.CE)
Never seen la Honolulu before, consisting of sevtri,
thousands or tho NEWEST DESIGNS AND NOVEL
TIES ot New fork and Chicago, cuch as Christmas UUv
Boxes, Urge assortment of
Christmas Tree Ornaments,
Par- Gelatine Cornets. GI)r.Walnuts,Motta Hearts, Boanciue
lument for Januarv 6th. The Bovcott incident BiMe,cnpMneiiire,Mieijeifc vate. eiai ana uw
is over- Nothiuc wrticuUrly entsuXs the atten
tion of the Land League's power. This power
low burur llcnru and Auliuali ot all dc5crlpUoc
Fruit Uluslrn, ranorama Egg. auJ many ouirrartlcl
loo immrtoui to specify. Aimi a few hundred pouud ef
SOFT CHOCOLATE CREAMS,-
as his Good will iuvtriably be sold the"
'os. 7C and 7S Hotel Street
HART BROTHERS, Proprietors
Hand made Creams, Double Caramels, Pare Fresh Gum.
Drops, and several thousand pounds of
Pure Home Made Confectionery In (ireatl
i'ancy Boxes, Surprises, Cornucopias la all sUes, Cos
tunie lloltoes ana Cassaqnes, and a very
Eich and Plain Fruit Cakes,
Ponnd, Itoand and Mould Sponge. Pyramid and Jelly
Cake in all sites, otsaraented la his usually rkh ft jit,
Christmas and 'eTf Year's Since l'ics
Of Richest Quality. MIKCE MEAT FOR SASE '
F HORN respectfully invites the Pnbllc and Dealers
to Inspect his large stock before importing or bnylnc.
Boartl by the Day, "Week or Transient-?-,
Cigars, Cigarettes and Tobacco, -,.
Soda Water and other Iced Drinks.
Meals Served in First-Class Style
AT AM. HOURS.
HENBVJ.HABT, 825 9 ELLIS A. HART.
Desirable Property on Fort St. For Sale.
npiiE vfll mrowx lot
JL ated on Fort Street above TJeretania. Tilts' lot Is
llu r eet frontage on Port street, and ll feet rear. Thtre
Is a two-story dwelling house on the lot. nearly new,
with cook bouse, bath hon-e and privy, and two wells
SO reel deep, well stoned up from the bottom ror sewerage
The water is laid on in fw.r different
places, and piping all in good condition. There 1
ample room for the erection ot two lanre cottages. The
fencine is all new TMs is one or the most healthy and
centrally located lots ror a residence of uiT In. the elty
or Honolulu The above sale offers a ood opportunity
tor the permsneni investment or capital
Title perfect. Deeds at the expanse of the purchase.
A part ot the purchase money may remain secured by
mortgage on the premises. For farther particulars, ap
plTto G V MACY. on the premise, or
A. J CARTW RIGHT, Esj
Wherea plan or the lot can be seen &3 7
:f o it
ON TnE INSTALLMENT PLAN,
THEEE COTTAGES AND LOTS
tS Small Payments in Advance Balance to Sol:
Purchasers. One Cottrse already built, by R.TV".
arfd ready rococcopancy. Tn others are nonf belnz
Each Cottage contains four nice rooms, bath
room and detached kitchen.
"CtTitlx WTator lid on.
KT 15 HAKRY J.B.JIcCOO L
AN INVOICE OF
HETDSXCK CHAMPAGNE, '
ArdFca Sale by
U. HAEKFELD CO.
Just to hand Ex "Eureia," and for Sale' by
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lOObbls. Prime Plantation Salnio $..
Al the Isiicar Bate. ' '
", THEO. H. DA VIES -
FRANK H. AUSTIN & CO.,
Conunission Merchants and For-
warding Agents. 4J:
OBce 3o 2 California St San Franeisea. -
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ConstznroesU from the Hawaiian Islands desired.
The Best Prices Warranted, and Sale Guaranteed. ."
813 1t -
Braa and Oats.
TAX IJtBT LaMPJOJT," TI1IS BAT.
B32t PHELPS SMITH. JLU i'-OJ BOLLES 4 Co. ' a
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13 A : ,-. $i&F.