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THE HAWAIIAN GAZETTE CO., (Limilcd,)
M FIVE DOLLARS TER AKNIIM
VA YA RLE IX A It 1M Xl '.'
Vrfclfrn MlierHrr 8G.U3 In Ailtkntv,
The EncjUali Rolens.
Tka followiiic conn will Mp iwtuy old
at jB to noKOftor Use suewmioo ol lboKluM
im. Wnuua the lwi.
jnai mm &ta ton ;
Ttcsa"liseatard aad John.
Sxi RtJUy the Tetrd.
Menard, m two, and tare :
Awl agaia.afuri Itiehard.
Three Baary wo eee.
Two Edwards, third Richard,
Two flam. elsah Jsdvmrd
claseea 3aarrt aee& B
Then Jaaaie, ike Ststclnuu.
Tkm Gtarlea. whan them elew .
Ye inannved, after Cromwell,
Anther Curiae, too
Sot, JaUIr the second
Atcaaaded tie throne ,
Tha: etas William and Mj
Taaeahef caaaa on.
The Anssa. tieeegaa Jaetr.
Ana loam uwuniai
And Vieaorte came
SI, else laae; be lie HH.
The Bank o England now covers throe
acret. of ground.
H rtestixvye the thread of lifo if wild
oale ro sowed with it
Tbe silence ol the wise is golden," but
Ae utterance of a fool is brass.
The plant of liajminoss cannot thrive
tiie air ol ciieerminess.
t)ne little trouble, like the only son, -will
noon rule the jnsn who nurses it.
The University of Jfichigan has 1,377
fctndenU. 180 of whom arc "women.
It is a long road paved with hope,
oipect and get
In England there are 114,000 school
Iwaclnrs. I3 per cent of whom are spinsters.
German public schools aro about to
udopt Uawurorne's works for tho study of
Then- was only one scientific student nt
OlxTJiu last year out of ail attendance of
A German botanist, has'givon instances
of the modification of ilants by insects,
at. to pcoduco new varietios.
A writer in tho Texas
says that anything which will cause a man
to sneeze will cure him of hiccough.
Tin- Crown Princess of Sweden has
lieen made seriously ill -by arsenic in tho
wall iapcr of her rating and sleeping
The CretMCt of Denison, Texas, remarks:
"See to it that your wife is kissed and
petted and caressed, even if yon have to
tlo it yourself."
A Xew York man has christened his
daughter Gljcorine. lie says it will bo
easy to prefix Xitro, if her temper
Beecher s jiews rent for less this year
than last; TalmageV; rented for more.
Both jtroachers voted for Olcvcland, and
the milk in the cocoannt is still unaccounted
Myra Clark Gaines foresaw that tho
lawyers would miss her, and in making
her will made provision also for letting
AYilhani AL Evnrts. foil in lovo vrith his
wife when she whs 1C, and ho a greon boy
at college. At i!5 he married, and his
wife, after bearing him thirteen children,
is still well and happy.
A woman may lm loied for three things;
Tor superior intellect, a lovo serious but
rare: for her beauty, a lovo vnlirar and
brief: for the qualities of heart, a loo
lasting but monotonous.''
l'arlor lectures promise to bo a popnlar
form of amusement This mil bo an improvement
on the old fashioned bed room
Hjctnro. which presented no amusing ele
went to the iariicipauts.
Professor Da Costa finds that liability
to lead colic is greater where much
is used. A lady under his observation
"had attacks of lead colic if painting
were done in tho neighborhood,"
A daughter wbs recently born to Mr.
and Sirs. 'William E. Blake of AVatorbury,
who. besides her father and mother, has
four grandparents, four
rents, and one great-great-grandparent
Lillie Deioreux Blake proposes to kill
off all the men who are opposed to femalo
suffrage. This is a bright thought and
tho only drawback to its consummation is
the itossible objection of tho inon to be
Relatives of a young man who was
drowned a short time ago in Prince's Bay,
S I., have burial no less than three
bodies, which have been washed ashoro at
different intervals, each of them being
identified as his.
Out of a jiopulatton of 25,000.000, Eng
laud sends 5,000 students to her two um
versities: Scotland, with a population of
4.000.000. has 0,500 university students;
and Germany, with a vsopulation of 48,
(W0.O0O. has 22,500 in her various univcr
A vorj simple contrivanco but at the
same time a very valnablo one is being
placed in the switches, frogs and guards
oi me via colony linilroml. it consists
of a piece of hard wood so shaped and
bolted to a rail as to prevent person's
foot from getting caught in tho groove
when on the track. Accid?nts of that
kind are of daily occurrence.
In Bavaria they do sonio things
than w do them. They have a law forbidding
the marriage of persons who, by
reason of lazy or vicious habits or poverty,
arc likely to make homo unhappy. It is
very probable that the Stato has fewer
pauper aud imbecile charges in proportion
to the population than we havo in this
laud of free and easy marriage.
Cracks in floors around tho mold-board
or other parte of the room may bo neatly
and permanently filled by thoroughly
soaking newspapers in rrasto made of one
pound of flour, threo quarts of water and
a tablcspoonful of alum, thoroughly boiled
and mixed. The mixture will be about as
thick as juitty. and may be forced into Uio
cracks with a knife. It will harden lilio
The Salvation Army claims to haVo 910
corps, distributed ns follows: In Groat
Britain. C37: France, 8; Switzerland. 7;
Sweden, i; United Stales, 5o; Canada, 71;
India. 11: South Australia, 35; Victoria,
21: New South AVales, 21: Kcw Zealand.
S3; Tasmania. 3. and the Cnpo of Good
Hope. 11; total. UIO A summary of the
financial statements for the year shows a
total income of 18s. Ud.
"The wnrst is over," said the doctor,
putting hii watch to his podot, and pre
paring to leave the room. "Xo, it isn't,''
BtuIBonly catno from tho emaciated Critu
GonbenV. opening his oyos aud raising
himself on his pillow. "AYhy, what do
you mean?" oxdaimod tho surprised
"Why, I riiean that the worst won't
be over nntU I got your bill out of the
There is nothing like breaking bad news
gently. Here is an ingenious method re
corded in n French paper: A bookmaker
witnesses in the street the accidental death
of an noqnaintr.nce. He sets off to break
the news to the widow. Ho is charged not
to tell hor too abruptly. At tho house ho
nsks for "Mmo. "Widow X.'" "1 am SInie.
X" savs tho lady, Mintl.tmnotawidow."
'Would yon like to bet on it?'' responds
Henry Bowers was talking about hunt
ing. Ho remarked to Nathan Kimble, as
they sat around the, stove
out at Onion Creek: "When I reckon up
what it costs me for ammunition, tho
clothes I ruin in tramping over tho country,
and what I lose by neglecting my
bnsiucss. every quail I shoct costs me 5."
'-Then yon can thank your stars that yon
only hit one in every ten that you shoot
at. It is lucky that you aro such a poor
shot, or yon would bankrupt yourself."
Something else has IwetaTliscovorod
that came over in tho 3Iay3pwcr. This
time it is a pair of spectacles that wore
worn by one of the Pilgrims. The bows
are or stool, an eighth of an inch wideband
tho glass is as thick as plate glass, making
.ihe weight of lie spectacles live bmiccs.
From such ponderous appliances as these,
thon, have tho modem eye-glasses oi Hie
typical Boston girl been derived. This
also accounts lor tho large noses of tho
Pilgrims. They had to havo Ihenu
i:ts. jsorr..tJir.A i:cu:k a, ;
GHO0 V .
the lions SffiLf
Fort fl I
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SHir CHAli "
Attorney at I,
Use opeoed An OSce
attend to all b
Will attend s.11 theO
mil alo attend lhell
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rsiPORTEHS AND COMMISSION UEECHAKTS
nopomm. oahp. it i iy
Altorncr and Counsellor at Ii.iw,
h a KaahomaBB Street, llonololn l(i
.- t. watukkodm;,
ikportet. and dealer in cene2al
55 qneen street, llouululo. 11. 1. lr
JKO A. IIASSINGER,
A(;ont to ttiko Acknimrlndtrntonta to Con
tracts for Labor.
& Interior Office Hon'.lpln. ij
Otl.I.IXSIIASI .V CO.,
ISP32T2ES AND DEALERS IN HAEDWAEE
lattery, llrr Uoods, l'alnts and Oils, anu Genera1
1""6 No. 7 Fort ialreeu Uonolnln. iy
S. M. CARTER,
Agent to take Acknowledgments to Con
tracts for XaDor
Office at r. M. S Dock. Iltmclplp, II. I,
W. R. CASTLE,
and Jfotar Pnblir Atlendf all tue Conrts of flic
ure jvinnom. ly
W O. Saim. L. A. Tiicmiok.
SMITH & THURSTON.
ATTORN EYS AT LAW.
101" Su. iS Mcrchint fct.. Jfbnolaln. 11. 1. tf
CLARENCE TV. ASHTORS,
Attornoy, Solicitor, tbo,,
Knahnmann btreel, -
HI i Ilanolnlp.II. I 'tf 1
r "Kfcijrt" . 4-i J "
Dealers in General Merchandise,
Xo 80 KInj; Mrcct, Uonolnln. II. 1.
Thl Kohala Snar Co. R. Ilslctead, urll'alalna
The HaUtt fruar Co riantation.
The .Vleiander u A. JI. Smith 4 Cot. Ko-win
riautatlons loa. Khttil.
namakna I'lanUUon J.SI.AlexandiT.llalkii.
The UlieheoeL 4 Co 's , tanl.
The I'nlon lianrance Company of San Francisco.
England Life lnsnrance Company, ol Boton
The Dlake Mannfactsrins Co-, of Boston.
1. Af WestonV l'AlentCcntrlfnal Machines,
rue Xew Tork and Uonolnln Ilcirt Line.
The Merchants' Line, Uonnlaln and tan Francisco.
Df JaynerJt Son's Celebrated Medicicea
YVlkox Ulbb's, Slnser Mannfactorlnff Company, and
MIS & Wilsons' bewlnc Atachlnes lr
OF TUE OV
1.2.4, Sand to Cents, can be pnrchaseil at the
rostoffice. in anrqnantlty front one to cinelhonsand
Envelopes JereonsreldInpim Ihe other Islands can 1
triocexe ihem from ihe local JotofQces .Also domestic "I
prd rorclf Tepiy cami.
fic, ExpedlUoasIyJEAecsted at the GaaeUeOSw '
SISECOF 3 CO..
MOM)I('I.It, iti: IIA1VAII.V3riMAAD
DRAW E5CUIIAKUE ON
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MESSRS. N H. ROTHSCHILD t SONS,: :L0XB0X
The CoHimerelal UanVin'Co of Sydney, Lopdop.
The Oommercial Banking Co. of sydncy, Sydney.
The Hank of New Zetland, Auckland, and It!
HraXchcs ' Christchnrch. Danedln and Wellin-ton.
The Tdnk of Ittlllth Colnmhla, Tortland, Orejor..
The Azore and Madeira lelands.
Tlic Charlered Hank o.' London, Anttntlta and China,
Ilonkon?. Yokohama, Japan.
Apdtran?actaOencrftlBanklngHnineif. HMS ly
It. :UCKI'LD .V CO.,
0ENEBAL C0K1I1SSI0N AGENTS,
10ft Qnceu htrcct, Uonolulp.II. I ly
r. A. SCIlAEI'I'.It A; CO.,
Irnportors & Commission Merchants
lua Uonolnln. Hawaiian Itlandt. ly
And Importtre of and Dcaleare In nay. Grain, antl
1Q53 General lrodpcc. Uonolnln, 11.1. ly
W. A. 1 rrTEUeox.
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LATE FOREIGN NEWS.
I'm J'. 31. S. & ZniLiXDii. Dates to Much l.'.m.
Cew Yok, March li. A Rpecial dispatch from
Qcebec to the Vctnttit Tittfiram to-day nays:
ArchhUhop Toschoau .has WTittcn to the Irish
KAtioaal Assoaation protesting aRainst the
of American flacs in tho St. l'atrick'E day
uroqession, un the croand that snch action wonld
ua misnnderstood aud takon n.s cTidcnce of disloyalty,
and as signifying that the Irish people of
(ivuuda favored nnneiation.
Sis liEBSixnrao, March 11. Last nipht at 12
u clock Dr. Smith died of blood poisoning. Several
weeks since the doctor had a horso affected
with distemper and in caring for the animal contracted
the disease himself. Every cfiort was made
to relieve and care him, bnt vathont avail. The
doctor had been a resident of this country for
about twenty years and leaves a vrido circle of
Vicrosu ill. C), March 11. The baris Jane
ipratt and llaidce liavo sailed for Portland. Chinese
immigration is now entirely checked. The
delusion is nbsolntc, none being allowed to
upon the island.
WisniMiTos, March H. According to appointment,
Henley, Tarpey, English and ioote had an
'interview with tho President to-day. They are all
vcrycloso about what transpired, but say they
were satisfied with what they were told. They all
think that they are snrely on top, as far as tho
Coast patronage is concerned.
New Yobk, March 15, Gcnoral Grant's disease
has passed tho period of quiescence. Even the
three small warts upon the roof of the month now
.present an angry appearance nnd give external
, evidence that tho process of ulceration has already
set in in that locality, as well as in tho throat.
From tho time that ulceration begins the cancer
makes constant and fatal progress.
WAsmsarox, March 14. The Democrats are
howling becanse they fear that Blaine lis about
capturing tho Administration. They were much
surprised to learn that Cleveland requested Blaine
to call on him yesterday. Tho meeting betwewi
tho two gentlemen was a hearty one, each shaking
tho other by tho hand with a warm grasp. They
wcro closeted together nearly an hoar, and when
Mr. Blaino catno oat the President accompanied
hint to tho door and gave him a cordial invitation
to visit tho Executive mansion frequently. This
afternoon, at. Miss Cleveland's reception .Mrs.
Blaine wa. present. She was accompanied
by her son, Walker, and her daughter, Miss Margaret
Blaine. Miss Cleveland had never met
either of them before and the color came to her
faoe when Mrs. Blaine was prcsonted. Miss Clove-laud
made their short stay at tho White House
very pleasant, paying them tho most distinguished
SIk FaiMnscoFob. 11. Geo. W. Tyler the lawyer
nnd Mrs. Sara Althoa HUI.Sharon havo fallen
oat with euch other.
WismsuroN, March 11. After tho announcement
of tho Senate committee to-day Senator
Miller asked to bo excused from service on theXaval
commitleo and that Senator Stanford should be
, pat on that committee in his place. This was
agreed to. The reason of this request was that
Senator Stanfurd had not boon assigned to as
many places of importance as Miller thought ho
onght to bo.
Wisiic'UIOX, March 13. The President's
asking for the return of the Nicaraguau,
Spanish and Mexican treaties, was received by tho
Senate to-day in executivo session. Tho treaties
will bo returned to the Executive nt once, no
action of the Senate being required. 1 homes-sago
withdrawing tho treaties was very short. It
assigned no other reason for the withdrawal than
WAsuuigiox, March 1A Tho President to-day
issued a proclamation, which, after recapitulating
briefly tho history of the Oklahoma boomers, con
eludes as follows:
I, Grover Cleveland, President of tho United
States, do hcrohy warn nnd admonish nil and
every poreon or persons now in occupation of
such lands, and all such persons as aro intending
preparing or threatening to enter and settle upon
tho samo, that they will neilhor bo pornultcd to
outer upon said Territory, nor, if already there,
to remain therein, and that if duo regard lor nnd
voluntary obedience to tho laws and treaties of
the United States and this admonition and warn
iug be not sufficient to offect tho purposes and intentions
of the Government, ns herein declared,
tho military power of tho United States will bo invoked
to nbato all such unauthorized jnssession,
to prevent snch threatened entry and occupation,
and to move all such intruders from said Indian
Wisaisolox, March 13. It is regarded as certain
that ex-Congressman Sparks of Illinois is to
be made Commissioner of tho Land Office.
YVunntaToK, March IX Tho President received
tho members of the diplomatic corps and tho
ladies of their families in tho blue parlor of the
Executive mansion this afternoon. Ho was assisted
by his sister.
' ' . Wisnisorox, March Lk Tho ax camo down in
tho Treasury Department to-day nnd forty official
heads rolled into tho basket. Tho victims wcro
sax special agents, twenty-six special inspectors of
customs, and ten persons whose names exo on
what is known ns the "fraud roU."
San Josx, (Costa llica) Mi March
10. General Don Prospero Pemandcz, President
of Costa ltica, died suddenly this morning.
Si&auiFSio, March IS. The Police Commissioners
of this city, ccmpo3cdot tho Mayor," Police
Judge and Chief of Police, held a meeting
this at tomoon. It was decided to make a most
vigorous effort to enforce tho law prohibiting
ecambling, and tho policemen were warned that
" -they wonld lose their places unless they do their
dnty in tho premises.
Sill Like, March 13. United Stales Marshal
Ireland, with two deputies, entered and searched
tho Garda House, the residence of Join Taylor,
ijstAr,n if ihn Mormon Church, this afternoon.
Tavlor, who is supposed to be indicted lor polygamy
and its congenial offenses, was not to be
.found. Witnesses la tho case were obtained.
Dibhaeck, (D. T) March Pierce
to-day vetoed tho Woman SoffraKe bill.
.... - Tt n iXfnreh 15-On the arrival
ot the steamer Gwrjie '. front Paget Sound I
twinv.twontvCbineso passengers werenot allowed
to land and will havo to return WPnget bound.
Tho police ne1"1? under orders from the 1
Government and the Dominion customs
is much excitement
officials are -powerless. There
in Chinstorn and writs ol nubeas corpus are
threatened. Tho pcnal.y assessed on a .Captamol
a vessel from which Chinamen are landed is $3
vVisnrSGros, March 12. Tho son of one of the
professors of the Columbian University in this
city, died suddenly last week, after a fchort detention
who was employed in the Patent Office, had been
in the habit of indulging in cigarettes excessively
and inhaling tho smoke. Two physicians held a
consultation, and after an investigation decided
that this practice exercised a tlcprc.sing effect on
tho action of tho heart and hastoned death.
New Yoek, March 12. Tho A'eirs says' The new
rates from Chicago to tho Pacific Coast will go into
effect March iVth, bnt tho Central Pacific has interposed
a bar to the successful carrying ont of the
agreements formed by tho Transcontinental and
Pacific Coast associations. J. C. btubbs of the
Central Pacific gave formal notice yesterday that
the Central Pacific from Ogden and the Southern
Pacific from Mojave Junction would exact their
mil proportions ot the through tanit rate oi January
Clettxisd, March 12. Julias K. Cobb, son of
Elmer Cobb, one of the nino heirs to 3,000.000,
left by the grandfather, Ahiera Cobb, was stolen
from Mrs. Dr. Merrick last night and is supposed
to have been taken to l,ew York.
"Wismsoios. March 12. Society circles aro ter
ribly shocked at President Cleveland's plebian
habit of breakfasting at 8 o'clock and working in
his shirt-sleeves, lie is credited with feeling a
contempt for society as it is constituted hero at the
Sis Juiii DelSuh. (Xi car.acaa.) March 12. Ac
tive war preparations are being made throughout
the country. Tho Government has now several
hundred men ready to send to the frontier. A
strenuous effort to resist Barrios is being made in
Costa Kica. Large numbers of soldiers aro ready
to march. Great enthusiasm is manihested nnd
confidence in the final result is displayed.
Xew York. March 11. Paddy llyan has agreed
to meet John L. Sullivan within n hundred miles
of New Orleans in May, the fight to be under the
London rales, with small gloves for 3,000.
Intelligence has been received of tho outbreak of
hostilities in the South American republics.
WisnrsoTox. March 1L The Star savs: Secre
tary Bayard has taken steps for the formal withdrawal
of all treaties pending in the Senate. This
will leave tho Senate nothing to do but to pass upon
nominations, and tho prevailing impression now
is the session will not last more than two weeks
YVAsnrsoTox. March 11. Iho President has
nominated Edward D. Clark of Mississippi Assist-Secretary
of tho Interior, Clark is a member in
very high standing of the li.ir of Mississippi nnd
has practiced before tho Supreme Court of the
United States. Ho is said to bo a man of great
legal learning and force of character, who has
been so wedded to his profession that ho has
steadfastly declined to have any connection.with
pontics, aunougn uoiamg strong
WAsnrxaTos, March 8. President Cleveland
quietly at tho Whito House to-day, much
to tho disappointment of the largest congregation
which has assembled this winter fur pablic worship
at tho Now York Avcnae Presbyterian Charon.
Iho edifice was crowded in every part. Chairs
were brought in and placed in tho aisles, nnd every
foot of standing room was mado available. The
immense congregation listened to an excellent
diacourbe. bat the countenances of many, as Uiey
emerged from the chorch, showed but too plainly
that tho absenco of tb" President had left an
aching Told which even tho eloquent sormon had
not completely filled.
WxsaoiaTcor, March G. Tho Scnato has confirmed
the follow lug nominations of tho President:
TI10S.U. Bayard of Delaware, Secretary of State:
Daniel Manning of New York, Secretary of the
Treasury; William O. Endicott of Masssxhasctts,
Sccreiary of War; Wu. C. Whitney of New York,
Secretary or tho Navy; E. Q. C. Lamar of Mississippi,
Secretary of the Intoriorj Wm. F. Vilas of
Wisconsin, Postmaster-General; A. H. Garland of
ESCLtsa ASS ECSOrEAS.
New Yoex, March IS. A cable special to tho
Sim from London says: Tho Government has
eaten leek twice within a week without much improving
the situation. The concessions granted
to Bismarck simply proved tha efficacy of
bullying, and will whet bet cot satisfy
tho German appetite. The submission to Kassia,
while mor complete, is even less fruitful of good.
Tho value of the statement of Gladstono that tho
Government is ready to fight unless tho Hussions
retiro is shown by the agreement. Ilussia will not
retire ono inch. She has gained her point and
means to keep it.
too Trot-woes TO MESTIOa.
"Woolen fejCotton Shirts,
i.Aniii: a.s.so strssr or
White Linen Shirts and Collars,
Wool liress Uoodr,
laidies Ilal. tntnwea anrt nnlrtmmed;
- T UlI
and . Insertions,
a rixc lot or
New Designed Priaits,
J1 a Grert Variety of bolli
RmhsIi and Amciran Goods
ED. G ROWE
House nnd Sign Pointer, Paper Hanger, to
IQP.ly No. 1CI7 King Street, llonolnln.
C '. COI.KJ1AX. ',
BLACKSMITH AND MACHINIST
llorac Mioolnc. Cnrrlnce Vork,
I'Intit.itlon Zlnehlnerx Ae.
10a Shop on Kiiicbircet. neit Cattle Cooke"., iy
Tmportcr nnd Dealer in Stores, Ranges,
W.taK llono FnrnUhtn; Gooda, Croakery, Glass and
Cliina l are, Tractical Mechanics, Ilonolulp, It, I.
J. M. OAT & CO., SAILMAKXRS,
ort In A F. Cooke'. New Enlldlnr, fool
of vnnann street.
Uonolnln, II I.
?S Flag? of an dracriptlons made and required .
Candy Manufactory and Bakery
Practical Confectioner, Pastry Cook and Baiter,
1025 71 Hotel Btrcet.oetwcen ynnlnn and Fort. Sly
J. EMMELTJTH & CO.,
t Xo 5 Vnnann Street,
Tinsmiths rind Plnxaoers. Dealers instates
Kanjrcs. Tin. Shert Iron and Copper Ware, keep con
vtantly on hand a foil aepnrtmrnt of Tinware,
Iron and Lead Pipe. India ItnbbcT Ilof c, &C, Jlc.
AND SZAIEB IN ,
FURNITURE OF EVERY DESCRIPTION,
Fnrnltnrn ITo. 01 Fort'Et.VorkMiop at
Secretary Manning has appointed Eugono 'HItI
! .. t , , .t c.l . i . . Tl II .1 I
Kius ui iiiuu, vjuiei luu u" uuwja
of the Treasury Department, in place of Trevijt
of New York, who resigned. Uigzins is a I rieid
of Senator Gorman.
Those who looked for a general upheavaland
over-taming in Government places will bo able to
find little to confirm cither their hopes or their
fears. In conversation with tho editor of tho Chicago
htultf Xtirg to-day. tho President expressed
himself a3 fall and positively perhaps as ho has at
any other timo on this, at present, all-absorbing
subject. Without attempting to giro his precise
language this seems to bo his position and that of
his advirers : Ho wishes to bring tho Government
service up to a business so that those in place
arill understand that th&vtennrejof -office w ill depend
upon the fidelity, caergySind ability with
which they disclinrgo their daties.
VicxuBU. II. C, March JL The scarlet fever is
so prevalent at New Westminster that tho public
and convent sohools are closed In consequence.
A Pittsburg dispatch says: Tho coal miners
striko is generally uuchangea in condition. Almost
1,000 men aro oat on tho strike and 2,000 at work.
A prominent Canadian military officer has received
a letter informing hl:n that thero nre 3,500
remans drilling at Buffalo with tho view of making
n raid un Canada.
WAsncanra, March S. Massachusetts people
who dislike Bailor nry that his Tewksbury investigation
during his terra as Governor has caused
tho poor people of thatStato an incredible amount
New Orleans, March 8. A dispatch from Vicks-bara
to the Tinut'VcmQcntt says: Nows has been
received hero that Governor Lowry has nppointed
Gen. B. C. Walthall to succeed Lamar as United
CmcAOO, March 8. A spocial from Washington
of March 8. savs: Cleveland has catalyzed Wash
ington society by the fact that ho takes breakfast
at 8 o'clock. Ho is at tho desk in his office at !)
o'clock, Arthur coold never bo seen before 11 and
rarely before 12 o'clock. This establishment of an
early business hour will givo great satisfaction to
- :- - V" a. 'mwmmmmmsmmsmmsm
Jpromptly allcnded tqj
t . iiamaM zzzz: .
Gladstono will not risk a war to dislodgo her.
Nobody believes, however, that war can be
The liassiahs are burrjiug troops by III
lines communicating with the Afghan frontier
and tho English aro rapidly massing their forces
nt tho mouths of the passes leading from India.
Both the English officials and the Uenlrals of tlio
army 1:1 India haao long been cxpertnTg thede
movements of tho Hussions. Geuesl ltobecs
and other eminent soldiers have been for months
informing Joseph Cowen and other
statesmen the Lord Dulferin'B real mission was o
counteract tho fou whoso dark wajs ho learnjd
when Embassador at St. Petersburg. Anothlr
defect of Gladstone's agreement is that Afghani-tan
has apparently unt been consulted, and tits
may engender suspicion.. It is feared, also. thlA
llussian gold has been at work, and xssibly tt
an auspicious ume tno j.assians may enter uo
gates of Herat. Then thero vaU
bo war. Therefore, tho difficulty has bun scotfl -ed,
not killed. Diplomatic experts expect that Ue
crisis will be again acute in June. 1
Sir Peter Lutnsdcn. British Commissioner on lie
Afghan frontier line, has again changed his cajuV.
Ho has fixed it at Zarabat, on tho Persian siddlf
Uerrirood. Sir Peter's present position is in ye
claims that these outpcxits are inside tho boundiay
line claimed by Ilussia. Sir Peter's position his
been made the subject of official representation b
the British Government. Baron Be Stael, the
Czar's Embassador to England, ha3 asked th
British Government to order Lumsden's camj
moved within undisputed Afghan territory. The
request has been rctcsed and Sir Peter instructol
to keep his present position and maintain communication
with tbr Af chara at Kobat cass.
Gladstone's statements in the Commons Maroi
regarding tho situation hays
HONOLULU, WEDKESD. APRIL 8. 1885.
restored prices in, the stoch market. A generxl
advance has been caused in both homo and foreign
securities, llussian securities hare advanced 1'i
uver yesterday's closing price.
Tho Timet states that daring tho past two days
the war rates paidpn'Britifih vessels en routo from
SanPrancisco nhu other distant ports and on
tho en route 13001 the Baltic sea and Black sea
poi'ts have been increased.
The German Embassador had an important interview
with Ferry, March 13th. 'Iho lUruM correspondent,
happening to be at the Ministry of
Foreign Allaire j at tho time, interviewed the
Premier onlb subject. Though reticent he made
it clear that the relations of Franco nnd Germany
were as friendly as ever. He also nscretained that,
thongh the German Emperor i3 nsmg bis influence
to check the llussian advance, tho general policy
of Germany is firmly favorable to liussia. "Best
assured," said he, "that Kcsria will not retire and
that England will yield."
The Paris Guuloiv says: Tho Czar has assured
Emperor William that the Afghan question has
riever threatened tho peace of EnrODe.
I ntuuitltlea tosull pnchases.bf,
.St. Pheeseceo, March 11. Tho Journal lt SI.
fiiertounj says : itcgotlauons uctveenAtussiaand
England still continno to be conducted with a firm
desire to avoid a collision and upon tho profound
conviction that it is to tho interest of both countries
to reach a solid settlement of tho present dispute.
New Yoiik. March 11. A cable special from
Paris to the Un aid says : It is reported that the
Chamber of Deputies and the members of tho
Government are conviuced of tho necessity of
mnrchim unou Peking. Tha novurnment will
shortly ask lorn grant of 310,000,000 to provido
lorine ui'paicii 01 ,uuu men to China, the
Government has received dispatches from
to-day, stating that General Negner succeeded
m occunvimr 'ihalke on 8th lnst. The
Chiucso troops who had been defending the place
ueu into imna.
London, March 11. Tho Chinese Embassy deny
that tho French havo occupied the heights of Ko
lung, as claimed in Paris. Tho members of tho
Linbassy say that tho French, nf ter fighting several
dai sand losing 00 men. succeeded in oc
cupying two positions commanding a road across
the island between Keluug and Tarasni but tho
Chinese still hold all tho other forts la securing
these two positions the French made a fierce
charge and were only successful in landing at Ko-
PAlas, March 11. General Dehslo has wired a
furious complaint to Paris concerning the free
passage of Chineso convoys. Ho says that arms
and munitions of war aro rogularly and uninterruptedly
transported, while tho two French naval
squadrons arc fooling, 2U0 miles away. Admiral
Lespcs has been notified of Delislo'a complainta
and has ordered a blockade of tho port of Pakhoo.
Vienna, March 14. Tho Austrian Government
has sounded tho Powers signatory to the Berlin
treaty on tho annexation of Bosnia to Austria and
tho abolition of tho criminal suzerainty at present
held by the Porte. It is given out that Bismarck
London. March 11. Gilbert and Sullivau's new
opera, " Iho Mikado; or, the town of 1 itipi." was
produced Tho warmth of its reception
promises n raccoss greater than any opera ginco
Loxnos. March 13. Anothor private letter from
General Gordon was mado public to-day. It is
dated only n few days before his death, nnd says:
"I will accept nothing whatever from the
Government, i will not even let them pay
my expenses. 1 will get the King to pay them. I
will never put my foot in England again,bat when
I get out 1 will to Brussels and so on to Congo."
This letter appears on tho very day when services
are being held at tho cathedral and churches
throughout England in Gordon's memory, with
Cabinet officials among tho attendants.
SaisoHAi, March 13. A French man-of-war detained
and searched tho British steamer Glenroy
oft GutzlatT,bccause she had load among tho cargo.
London, March-13. A dispatch from Shanfhai
says that tho French ore bombarding Chinhao and
hao destroyed one fork.
Paus, March 13. An immense sensation has
been caused by tho stand which tho authorities
have taken toward tho Fenian agitators. In addition
(6 tho arrest of James Stephens Eugeno
Davis and John MorrisKy yesterday, the police
this morning arrested a journalist named
Leroy and another Fenian, name not learned.
Mrs. Stephens was also arrested, bat subsequently
released. Warrants for tho expulsion
of other Fenian leaders have been issued and farther
arrests are exicctcd.
lepbens, Davis and Leroy wcro taken to the
frontier of Franco to-day and warned not to
TheV and tho exocllednt the
same timo havo gone into Belgium. Morrtssey
was allowed to remain in A'ans.
Beaux, March 13. The ltossian Government
has formally sanctioned a reciprocal treaty between
Germany and Bassil for Ilia extradition of
conspirators against the lives of royal personages.
jlQ.V)ly c. Arose-
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GREY & CO.,
Manufacturer and Dealere In
ALL KINDS OF SOAPS,
X.e!co, King Street) Ilouolnlu
jVrf,JTnttD Md Goal Tally w wanted.
Co, ian Mwe,iri'l meet with pmmptaU
C. WALLER, Proprlctor.S
ICln? Sit rreS. VlMMntttln
1011 'cholcetlMeala from Finest Herds
.EXCHANGE ON CHINA !
riTE TTSDEnSIGIvED ABE
FARED TO DEAW OS THE
1 Chartered Bank of India, Australia and
1055 ' Jiisnoi? & co. 1030
ffijjgRDEE, : : Proprietor.
Contacting and Building.
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FOR At&ard and Sort Stovewood, Cut
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COKTRACTOR & BUILDER-
Honololu'teani Planing Mills,
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annfacMires sll kinds of
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And all kinds of Woodwork Finish.
London. March 12. In the- Commons to-day
Sir Henry Tyler (Conservative) announced that
he had received a dispitca stating tuai iiassaui
had fallen into toe hands of EI Mahdi, and asked
Government if tho news were tree. Fifcnnaarice
replied that ho knew nothing about Kassala having
In the Commons, m reolr to comnlaints acalnst
the Government for giving an American firm tho
contract for pumps for tho Hallway,
the Surveyor-General of Ordnance said ho
would be greatly surprised if English makers
would undertaker the w,ork as quickly as tho
American firm bad.
London-, March 13. In the Commons? last
night, the motion was adopted to grant tho family
of General Gordon the annual income of 20,000
as a pension.
London, March 12. In the Commons, to-day.
Fitzmanrice, Under Foreign Secretary, admitted
that thero had been a passing cloud of misunderstanding
with Germany, which, however, had
happily been removed.
Gladstono said ho wished it distinctly understood
that Bismarck's dispatch of Mayth had
never been delivered to tho Hnglislt Government.
He regretted this, becauso the dispatch would have
received all the friendly attention it well deserved.
Gladntoao declared that ho would stand behind no
man in the valuo he attached to the friendship ot
Germany. (Great cheering throughout the house.
He must say, however, that he was not prepared
to admit that tho friendship of any country In the
world was now, or ever had been, to enable England
to maintain her position. He thought that
where Germany colonization opcration3wero bona
fideand consistent with tho rights of all parties,
England, with due regards to tho claims other
own colonists, ought to meet Germany in no
grudging spirit and should refrain from discuss
ing ine occupation 01 tnis or mat spot, alter me
manner of hucksters, showing a diiiposition to
grudge what wo nre unable bold." 11 Germany
became a colonizing power, ho wonld only say
Godspeed to her. lie hoped sho would become
England's partner and ally in the work or civilizing
the world. This was the spirit in which bo
viewed the matter. Hegardless of this or that
dispatch, Germany would have tho best and
heartiest wishes of tho English Government and
every encouragement which it was in thoir power
to give. Great cheering.
Paris, March 12. Vsrtheradyices from General
Briere Delisle in relation to tho Chinese defeat at
Thuyenquan stats that the Chinese troops
20,000. They retired in tho direction ot
Thuyenquan. Tho enemy skillfully laid a number
of immense mines, the explosion of which frustrated
the assault of the Algerian sharp-shooters. 'Tho
total loss of the French in the two days fighting
was 103, including a number of
'ihe loss of the Chinese in the defenso of their
position around Kelung, captured by the French,
was 1200. '
Dcelin. March 12. Tho Loyalist members of
the Municipal Council to-day resolved to present
an address of welcomo to tho Prince and Princess
of Wales, cxpressinz grantification nt the .visit,
thus proving a desiru to put an end to tho neglect
from which Ireland bag so long suffered, and giving
rise to thohopo that tho visit would bathe
precursor of frequent royal visits. Tho address
will also express a hope that a royal residence
would be proviccd in Ireland.
Los jn, March 12.- If tho Tories wero not in
profound dumps at their lack of leaders and the
veuknessof Sir Stafford Northcoto, there, would
bo violent elation over their victory in West
where tho Tory majority islll,against
a Liberal majority of 816 five years ago. The
Tories gained 197 votes, while tho Liberals lost 800.
The change has rarely been equaled in a similar
London, March 11. The Government has invested
20.000 for the benefit of General Gordon's
family. Tho grant will be paid over to trustees,
who will uso it for the benefit of tho family, according
to Gordon's last wishes, lo such a way as
tho (ueeu may direct.
Beoltn, March 11. Iho rcsultof Count Herbert
Bismarck's special mission to England relative to
German interests in West Africa is reported as
follows : tngianei concedes 10 uerniany ine wnoie
of tho Camcroons country, with tho exception ot
tho mission town Victoria, where tho German! are
nlleged to havo hauled down tho British flag.
England further agrees not tointerfero with any
action Germany may tako in the country from the
south bank of tho Bio del Key, a small river
emptying into tho Bight of Biaf ra, some distance
north of tho Camcroons, to tho Gaboon, which
enters tho sea near tho equator, Germany, on the
other hand, recognizes the.sapremacy of England
over tho country lying between the north bank of
the Bio del Bey and Logo. This covers tho basin
of tho Lower Niger.
Honueoso, March 11. The French, after five
days' fighting, earned the Chinese positions around
Keluug. Forty Frenchmen wero killed and 200
London, March 11. Tho rumors ot war with
Ilussia and the expectation of largo deliveries of
stock at the conclusion of tho settlement to-morrow,
together with tho general disinclination to
bay stocks of any sort under the present, circumstances,
completely demoralized the market today
except in the cases of American and Canadian
Tho officials of tho llussian Embassy deny that
any preparations for war are bemgmaeia by 'Kassia
on tho Afghan frontier. Thero is only .the
usual number ot troops in Southern Turkestan,
and no movement is being made toward Bending
VrxssA, March 11. The war broke out recently,
in this city, between tho ptcsg and Parliament terminated
in a signal victory for tho knights of the
quill. Never was thero evinced, in any bodyor
among any profession, a stronger feeling of esprit
London, March 10. The Government hair not
yet received a definite reply fronr Ilussia to its latest
overtures for an amicable adjustment of the
Afghan frontier question.
Sir Peter Lumsden telegraphs via Meshed: "Tho
Afghan scouts report a small detachment of
advanced to Nihalshenl, the farthest .southwest
point on the claimed for tho Bos-man
frontier. The advance does not complicats
tho work of delimitation, but endangers collision
with tho Afghans."
London, March 1L The ruiss states the
have advanced further into tho Afghan territory
and a collision is imminent. Tho Afghans
ore prepared to withstand an attack and the British
Government has ordered General Sir-Peter
Lumsden to organize a system of Tho
Ameer of Afghanistan has requested England "to
fortify Herat so it can bo defended byrAfgtmn
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. E3IEI1ALIM, THE
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T'ilK O'DERSIOniD nATi: JUST
received per Any Tamer1, from, Boston, a f nil assortment
'theed celebiatea J'umpe. tthlrh are
than any ether style of
pmp Imported.-. We call the attention of planters
totae'ae.n3i Pomp, whirls is lcr coroplf
tatedandmoreterrlcableUian other pumps
Boston Board of IJBderwritersi
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OEJTS for the
F. A. dGHAEFER,
AOKNTornremen Boardaf Umlerwrlters,
Artat of Dresden Board of Underwriters,
Agent of Tlenna Board of Underwriter?.
Claims acalnst Insurance Companies within toe
of the abore Boards of Underwriters will bate
to be certlled to by the abore Acent to mike thttn
Talld. it )j
The acikut Fort the nntrisit
Marina Innraac Company (Limited) has
reeeised Initractions to Iteanee the Ratea of Insurance
between Ilonolnln aaaPorts In lhe Faciacsnd
Is now preparnt to Issue rolieles at the lowest rate",
with a special redaction on frelcht per steamers.
. .. TIIEO. II. DAVIES,
lMSly Agent Brit. For.Mar. Ins. Co.. Limited
FIBE INSURANCE COMPANY,
rpnn cnEnsiuNED iiavimo ncr.s at.
A pointed Astnts of the abore Company, are pre-pared
to lnsare risks asinst fire on fltone and tlrlck
Ilolldlncs, and on Merehandlse stored therein, on
the most faToraoleterma. For particulars s
offlceof llHtly F A.hCHAKgl
ent March. 25, 1885.
' at the
PIEE INSTJEANCE COMPANY,
BlJMlIStlS. MEBCUASniSE. FCItXI.
TURE and Jlachlnerr Insnred aeatnrt Fire on the
FIEE IKSUEANOE COMPANY,
' Companies " 33,tsjuJUd
Total Bclchsmait On.orj
JL or the above three companies for the Ihtwallan
Islands, are prepared to lnsnro BalldinK, rarnltnre.
Alerthandise and rrodnce. Jtacblnery. Ac., also Sezar
and Bice Mills, and vesssls In Ihe harbor, against loss
or damase by Are -on the most favorable terms.
lltlly II. IIACKe'KI.U Jt CO.
(WriHg Balers, Steam Pipes
Savos 25 porCent. of
EEDUOED TO $7.50 B1L.
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WHOLE No. 1056.
UNION INSURANCE COMPANY
OF ."! ritixcuco.
CASTLE fit COOKE, ACENT8
IPS Par th. Hawaiian Island..
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or Lo.tno.t aid Euisncncit.
CtlTTAl. Jt 3.000,00
Acenmnlatfd and Inrrsled Find I,0t7l
The v.TDF.tuiu.fr.11 HAvr. nr.E.x
appointed AOENTS foe the RindwKh I.lao.l..
and are aalhnritcd (o lasara sjainst are an FairaM
nll,E. taa.A In .it.napl .r ft f.l..4. a
and Woodrn Dnlldlnis.aml Merchandise stored there
l"5. IwelUnir Koa.es and Karnitnre. Timber, roati'
Phlps In harNir wtth orwilhont cargoes oranderrepatr'
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'" Agents for the Hawaiian, Islaada
New England Mutual Life Insurance Co.
He Oklcst Purely Mulml Ualmtmat Co.in
the Unilett Satet.
Policies Issued oa. the nest faviribU TsrasJ
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3 Annual premiums continue rollcrltljursMdjj,
.AjsnotsK. 1 3X3,000,0001
tVcmt raid Itonalaln Agency.
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Crrronal obtrrvatlen dartaz ataay jrrara. In ih4rral
lnhf , tad erra In the motr terrible ent af VU
eraltreii, ehaTewItnrrdiU larartalaatT eevtratf
In; wm r We havi vrrr ard any other fmati af ttVle
medUlof than Collla Srnwne'a frontalim iwniiii
that It la ite bet, aad ahofroa a
we owe tethrprofreiloo aad the Debit. aerre
oplolontbrt the nbatltaUo ofaayothrr taaateCla
Drowne's Is a DauatnaTX Onssea or rams wis ti.s
rairr or rue euaiiirr T rtr!MBi jsb e.rrvi.v
aeiaa ne are. vir, mthlally vwara xysaea a to.
Meubera of the fhsrm. Saelelv of Great BrHIasi, llle
Kxcelleney the I Iceroj's Chesalst.
CAC ir W Mt;. Was
stated that Dr J Colds Browne was. aadewtordfy. lae
Inventor r Chlenidyae; that fh.tteey of th-
Vreeman was deliberately aatrae which, he
rrwretlrd to say had bees sworn U. Vaw'TheTnae.
Sold la bottle, at la. lHd.. Js. SiL. la. .. sod lt
each. X.B. U emi.ln. wllUal -S m4. n J a'mf
11a Browne's Cbtorodyne " onth. rtoveraaieBS stsaaas
urrrwnelmlns: saedlcal testlsaowy reennB.ale each
Canllon. Beware of Hfsrj and laHtatrawt
Hole T II.VYKSrCHT. !. Ureal
Itassell Street. Blootasbary. Londow. loat aaa
J. M. OAT, JR. & 80.,
I f I
Slalioucrs and News Dealers,
HnnalUil tinaelle tlleek.37 yiereroaltSI.
Have Jul Ksssrttoi ei Mariposa, a Ffae
AMOKH WHICH MAT BK TUVTtO
Fools t tp
L'aal t a
Brasid aa MSraw. ay the . klocknl. hr Qatoo.
Mlsansasidaai i.t. Ac. A.
rail Roan Half Bnmm4.
larje. Banker. .
la fet. we hove Iakfa4 - all
rOST OKKICK JeKTTKI. SCAT.KiS
CAlfTEDH 1VU1TIX6 rLtjfll, ' "
la taaras, asjatt. H Hose sad -.
TWrt lak. ola. We. Iktala a ik,
STAFFOHIT. I. ,!tTJ'''nn
CayHlaa rtfeorJ I.k
lOill fan IhskI aad half hoaajSl,
Will f0 beawl and harf hnsiad.
AeliMSra CVaail. CsmIs: rVaeHs.
Faher's leaIU. IK tea's rraclle At.
TIM it BUUKX. asMned: Uawsaed UWsr,
Invitation Paper sV EoTclirpcsj to aaatefc.
IETTEB PHZSSE3, LABQE & SXAOt .
llahber Bands. aH sses;
mrtTiiDiT ..uli",J CAntM. ""foaewMiKjv
And saaay other inletee tw aoatereaia l tiittosi.
l9li retetved s.r Fseel r
raper or Kaeaahla pahHshnLataaf Itsae. AlM,rr
:ll Ih Local rspers and Majaataee. aeasMee. Branh
shies, iialh Uhrary eta. aloats hand, aaj tattle)
nsmhers sent far hs order
" MI'ECIAL Orders Rrtstitd far BOOK'S, IH
RED IUHHElt STAMP AOKXCY !
and Atesls for the Encyclopedia BrHasitf a
IV AH Island orders "i
J. M. OAT. Jr. at CO,
WSItf Hsaarra Block. a MewhaaUt
REMOVED TO 82. KIN& ST
Watchmaker and Jewafar,
asd dealeu W
&!!?. "if Ple tlta
J'C BJJf J" " "30 KTBIET. edjaaattc IM Kara
of Mr 1
T WalrrteaM where ee ess eoeaec an
tarxe and EIrjjnl Xtsortaml if
GOLD & SILVER WATCHES
Fran Celetnlar Jtshttv.
A Splencfd Assortment of. FJm
Jewelry In Grid & Silver,
Ekhlj metaled with Pmrloas Hlo.es. A tiwaeK
Bakes of aCSICAL MaTBCXSaTS raktant.
A Great Variety if Gums.
fwtrsdlcir fsHthaeer atMt IS
ladle la patilealar. la raHed la tUs hHeck Ws
chaslagtlsewhere. - '. Sit, if
m. E. COOX W
OFTICX A5T unssBsaevt
corner Richards' tKaeTAm sts.
FOB JOB WORK KXKCUTrUJX
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