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VOL-. XX.No. H.i
.HONOLULU, WEDNESDAY, APRILS. 1885.
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Business ifarlis.
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The Azore'and. Madeira Hlanda."
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The Chartered Haul, of Londnn, Anitrallaan! China,
Ilnnzkons, YoWohamt, Japan.
lllcdiiical (fars,
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Gazette Sap pleiaen t April 1, 1885.
A Literary Cnriosltr.
iTho copiousness of tho English tongnc,
I -ivcu as uc tiuuciuij m utyuinwii
Blity to uso its immense vocauniary cor-
rur. js well cxmuiiea m uau luuuniaj;
nv if Bmonvmons words, which, if not
Mf is vet n canital illtistration of the
tea ilittinctions which characterize so
anjof oar vocables. It is no wonder
nt n-n lin nrmsionallv. even tho wariest
t lis A little girl was looking at the pic-
re or a, number ol snips wneu sue i..
uineJ "Sec what a flock of ships!" Wo
mWifl lier bv savins that n flock of
fil is called a fleet, and a fleet of sheep
called a flock And hero wo would add,
i-tho lwnefit of tho foreigner who is
ndorimr tlm intricacies of onr laniroage
1 respect to noons of multitude, that a
bck of girls is called a bevey.that a Levey
wolves is called a pack, and a pack of
Eevcs is called a gang, anu ui u
ngcls is called aliost-anu u ui
ciscs called a tboal, ana a buoai ui
tt.,i, , lt.1 ii herd, and a ueni 01
Ddrei, i called a troop, and a troop of
rt.lm-. ,'tlpila covev. anda covey
M , i-nllnl a i?alaiv.nnd a galaiy
f ruffians is called a horde, and a horde
E rubbish is called a heap, ana a neap 01
l. ..nllt.1 n 1rnve and a drovo of
ti -oninnU r-.nll.Hl a mob. and a mob of
lhales ii called a hchool. and a school of
lorchipiKTs is called a congregation, nnu
congregation of engineers is called a
brjs, and a corje of robbers is caiieu a
pad. imd a band of locusts is called a
ivaroi and a swarm of pooplo is caiieu a
uwd, and a crowd of gentlemen is caiieu
io elite, and tho elite of tho city's thieves
lud rascal's is called tho toughs. A act
Literary SlnsJinls.
IDr Johnson was in some respocli i an
fremclv indolent man. Alter tpenoing
o evening at tho Literary Club, in tho
sciety of UurKc, uoiuamiui, ra
Bends, ho generally returned home be
Been midnight and sunrise, went to bed,
kl was seldom seen again uaure uu.
ennet Langton was so dehgUteu wiui
5 Jk.-r.lWr that ho went to liondon to uo
ralnced to Johnson. lio caUcd mion
ia!ont twclvo o'clock, but tho great
.lrM- mc nnl vet risible. After waiting
Erne time, tho author of tho JlamHer made
Rs aiix?arance
ITho visitor expected to mo a neatly
tvx-Md puilosopncr. uui, insieau ui uu,
I huge, uncouth figuro rolled into the
wm in a soiled mornuig-gown, wiui au
arranged wig. and stockings falling
I T..l. c.l llmf Urn nnlv look'
Bhich could entice him Irom uoa .uuiore
ts usual hour was IJurton s "Anatmoy 01
elancholy" .
Bvron was another late riser. ' lie often
Bur Urn Kiln rin lieforo ho went to bed.
his journal wf frequently nnu sucu
teries as this- "Got up at two (r. it.).
bnt the etc. Uo always wtoIc
kiirlit
RVhilo ho vas tho most brilliant star in
bndnn soraetv he was in tho habit of
Snramc fmm bnlls. routs, the theater
bd onera. and wnUng for two hours oc-
pra going to bed. "Tho Corsair," "Lara,
ITho Giaour.-1 and "Tho Siege of Corinth"
Irero composed in this way.
tins that Are Not "What TUey Seem.
1 l.n,l is not lend nt all. but a COU1-
bund of carbon and a small quantity 01
itrnrilmn frrass never CTew in
ui, and is not grass : it is nothing but
kins of nalm leaf Ilureundv pitch is
pi pitch, and does not come from Bur-
umiy uio greaicr pan 01 11 is ream u
. i " . t . i ,i. 1 ,. fMm tl.tw.vi.
UUI OI UUi VyUlgUl IS 11UUO Hum vmv fc"
;i nf sheen Cnttlo-bono is not bone,
It n L-md of rfialk onco enclosod in tho
fcsil remains of extinct specimens ot
Itlc-hsh Herman silver was not iu
nir in ftormanv. and does not contain
iparticlc of silver Cleopatra's Jseedlo
not erected by tho Egyptian liueen,
br in her honor l'omiiey's 1'illar has
) historical connection with Vompey in
iv wnv Sealing-wax does not contain
itarticlo ol wax. but is composed of
eniC3 turpentine, sneiiac nnu cinnauar.
!lie tuueroso is no rose, uui a spitics ui
olvnntlms. Tnrkish baths did not or
rinato in Turkey, and aro not baths, but
boated chambers. Whalcbono is not bone,
id is said not to possess a singlo pro-
erty ol Itono.- -rrvrviencc journal. ,
' C AV lleaton. English chemist, has
nnlvml n nunnie of water from tho fa-
ir - -T1 .. -T . i- .!,;.!, '
auus jiagaru eii, v iw. .
uousanos 01 jiouammeuan pugnius ivsui i.
mnuallr -and reports that tho water is a
post dangerous compound, containing an
nxaoniinanly large proportion 01 mui.
bo total amount of solid matter found in
t gallon of it was Tnnm than twentv-fivo
fcmes as groat as that found in a liko
quantity of tho water from tho Thames
river.
A revers iblo boot, which may bo worn
indifferently on cither foot, has been pat
ented. Tea btains and many fruit stains may
bo removed with boiling water: pour tho
water through tho stain in order to pre
vent it from spreading through tho mate
rial .Finn Jlother to Boy: "Didn't I tell you
I'd whip vou if yon played in that water
again, sav'" Boy" Yessum. " Tirm
Mother "Then why did yon do itt" Boy
"Because I didn't believe you " Firm
Mother "Xever mind, you shan't go down
town with mo when I go; see if you do."
Shortly afterward tho firm mother and tho
boy got down town together.
A letter from Ascencion, tho Capital of;
Paraguay, gives tho surprising informa
tion that of tho 300.000 wpulation of tho
Paraguayan llepublic, only 30,000--one
in ten--are men. rno iu,uw women
aro the farmers, producers and laborers.
They work slavishly, and aro very poor.
lllllie LUU XUeU bib ut UUUJU Oliu UllUA (uiu
smoke, the women indef atigably toil and
support tho families.
Tho latest donco for making- tho f ash-
iouablo women happy and driving their
husbands frantic, which has been evolved
from tho f ertilo brain ot tuat orcss-ma-cr
fiend. "Worth, is tho using of precious
stones for fastening tho fronts of ladies'
owns. A dinner toilet iustmado bv hnn
for an American bello is fastened by a long
row of narrow clasps of rubies, tho color
matching that of tho gown. Seed jwarl
embroidery is to be tho fashionable garni
turo for idl heavy satins this winter. Let
us pray for heavy bank accounts and bills
of exenango abovo suspicion.
"So ono who has this by him and takes
it in lime will over havo tho cholera. A o
commend it to all our friends. Even
when no cholera is anticipated, it is an
excellent remedy for ordinary summer
complaints, colic diarrhoea, dysentery,
etc. Take equal parts of tincture of
cayenne liepper, tincturo of opium, tinct
ure of rhubarb, cssenco of peppermint,
and spirits of camphor. Mix well. Dose,
15 to 30 drops in a'littlo cold water, ac
cording to age and violence of .symptoms:
repeat every 15 or 1SJ minutes until relief
is obtained.
A new horseshoe is now lwinjr made.
which is in two parts, tho upper designed
to remain permanently upon tho foot
whore it will last for an inaeimiie icnn.
as no wear comes upon it; tho other, that
wlucn contains tno corns, ana wuicu is
ioined to tho upper in an ingenious man
ner, lno lower naives oi tue snocs are
interchangeable sharp corks for icy wea
(her and dnll ones for heaw draft horses,
or they may be removed entirely at night
lo prevent injury loiuoimiuuuHuiiuiu
the stall.
On flane Cod. and in manv districts
along tho Xcw England coast, it is firmly
believed that a sick man cannot die until
tho ebb lido beirins to run. Watches by
beds of sickness anxiously note tho chango
of tides, and if tho patient lives nntil tho
uooa uegius to set iu uuiu, u u i"
until tho next ebb. Tho most intelligent
and best educated people born on tho New
England coast are not entirely f reo from
this superstition, and to them thero is a
weird meaning in tho words of Dickens,
in describin" th"edeath of Barkis: "And
it being high water, ho went out with tho
tide."
A Xew York firm applied to Abraham
Lincoln sonio years beforo ho became
President as to tuo nnanciai standing oi
ono of his neighbors. Mr. Lincoln replied
as follows: "lours of tho lUtli instant re
ceived. I am well acquainted with Mr.
and know his circumstances. First of all,
he has a wifo and baby, togother they
are worth $30,000 to any man. Secondly,
ho has an office in which thero is a tablo
worth 51.50. and tlireo chairs worth say SI.
Last of all thero is in ono corner a largo
rat-holo which will bear looking into. Kes
pectf ally yours, A, Lixco-x."
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LATE FOREIGN NEWS.
rca r. m, s. s. crrr or new ioux dates to
auBcn 19th.
lllXSICiX.
1'xiiLADEij'riiA, llarcb 17, The Prts says: Kan
a all in defeating 1'hiL Thompson appointment,
his, sincle-hnsded. Lenten Carlisle. Iteck. Hlnck
bnra and the vhole Iventncky crowd and the
whisVy ring with thern.
Vashisotos, March 1C James A. Scrymser,
President Central and South American Telegraph
Company, Xew York. A telegram to-dar has been
aant to the United States Legation at Guatemala,
holding that repablio responsible for injuries bj
its authontTi or with Its connivance, to cables or
interests of United States citizens in Central
America. The Wachosetts, now en route to La
Union, will be dulj instructed.
Xew Yoex, March 17. Ileliable adrices state
that the 1'anama revolution is ended.
Xew Youk. March 17. Despite the fact that the
thermometer is 15 above zero, enormous crowds
thronged Broadway, filling the stoops, hallwaVs
and curbstones to witness the St, Patrick's parade. :
and the cnnsaal feature of its review by the Mayor
irom me steps oi tue wj iiaiL i ne reports ot
an expected riot, which hare been circalStcd the
past few days were entirely without foundation,
though they bad the effect of bringing oot tn
entire police force, Hags are Hying all along tho
roadway. Green ribbon badges, pictures and
feathers found a ready sale. The uy has been
remarkable for its orderly character. There is
very little drunkenness.
DoTEtt, DtL, March 17. Shortly before noon
both llooecs of the Legislature met in separate
session and balloted for United States Senator.
Attorney-General Gray received the vote of every
member.
Washisgtos, March 17. Commander Kane tele
graphs tho 'Secretary of the Navy from Colon
that a revolution exists at 1'anama and Aspinwall,
and that be landed marines and hauled the Galena
alongside tho wharf to protect property. Car
thageca is also besieged.
Xew Youk, March 17, A hpocial from Concord,
Ma-sfu, siys: Tho Concord lublic Library (5om
loitteo has nnauimonIy decided to exclude Mark
Twain's now book, "Huckleberry Hnn."
Washington, March 17. Gen.llateh telegraphs
that Couch still threatens to invade the Indian
'Territory, but bis strength does not exceed OCR)
ehould he attempt it.
New Youk, March 17. A Hfi-aW OtUwa dis-
Kitch savs: fcir John McDonald states that tho
ntish Columabia Chinese lrohibitian bill, if it
arrive, will bo disallowed, but as a similar bill of
last year was declared trftra rire by the JtntUh
Columbia courts, tho new bill must sharo n similar
fate, even if the lominiou Government did not
exercise its prerogative of disallowing it.
Wasuesoios, March 1C A delegation of about
two hundred Christian workers, roostlv ladies,
and composed mainly of tho oman's Temper
ance Union and Temperance Alliance of the Dis
trict, called at the Wbito House to-day. Miss
Cleveland received them in the bine parlor.
WisiinfaToy, March 17. Fashionable society
circles had scarcely recovered from their tmrnriso
ex Cleveland's plebeian habits of breakfasting at
8 o'clock and working in his tdiirt sleeves when it
receives a still worse bhock. Yesterday tho inviti
lions to tho official reception of to-night were sent
out and it was discovered that they were printed
on ordinary note paper with a type-writer. Fash
ionable society, which remembers tho elegant in
vitations Arthur used to issuo; is terribly cut up
about it, and is quite uncertain whether it thMl
taboo Mr. Cleveland, or quietly pocket the Affront,
Fasaha, March 17. Heavy firing ceased at U n.
m. last night and the rebels retired to llnena Vista
to recruit. The Hritiah gun-boat Heroine landed
seventy-fivo men vestcrday with a G.itling gun to
protect property, xraiuo on me ranima jtoiiroau
and business has been suspended to-dny and great
excitement prevails, as a second attack is expected.
President Arobcmena took refugo on the Heroine.
Colon is reported to be in possession of the rebels.
Telegrams via Galveston are delivered without de
lay in 1'anama.
LiTEtt. General Gonima, commander of the
Columbian Guard, arrived with re-enforcements
this morm&ff, and the rebels retired outside the
city and await help from Jlaranqmlla and Colon.
Colon is in the hands of tho rebels commanded
by a notorious criminal. The stores there are be
ing pillaged. The leader declares that he will re
duce the city lo ashes if the Government troops
attempt to recapture it, Tho marines of the
United States steamer Galena are in Colon. Eng
lish forces guard the Panama Kail road property.
WAsnrxoTox, March IS. The Senate is expected
to tako Action this session upon four treaties, nono
of which, however, aro of any special importance.
One is the treaty providing for the ascertainment of
facts connected with the SViel and La Abra claims
against th Mexican Government. Another treaty
is one in relation to the Mexican boundary. The
Kio Grande changes its course so often that it is
desirable to obtain some definite understanding
between the two Governments as to the exact ter
ritory divided by this river belonging to each.
Another provides for the extension of the time for
ratification of the Mexican Treaty that was en
tered into by tho United States nt tue first session
of the Forty-eighth Congress. The other and un
im no riant treat t is the ono mide with the Khe
dive of Hgypt in relation to certain trade matters
that are not of general commercial importance.
If the proposed treaty relating to the VViel and
and La Abra claims is not considered this session,
it is believed that the other treaties can be dis
posed of easily at tnis session oi tno benate.
WismxoTov. March IS. Tho Senate to-dar
1 made the following confirmations ; Col. Kelson
i II. Davis, Inspector-General, with the rank of
I iJrigadierrGeneral ; Lieut.-Colonel Absalom Haird,
I lnsnector General, with the rank of Colonel, and
Tjdward D. Clark of Mississippi, Assistant Secre
jtaryof tho Interior. Mr. Clark is seriously ill
with the pneumonia.
Sax Fjus'ctsco, March IS. On the affidavit of
Mr. Tyler, Jodge Sullivan has issued an order re
' quiring County Clerk, 3. J, Flynn to show cause
1 on TutHdav, the 21th ot March, why he should not
' be punished for contempt and imprisoned in the
County Jail nntil he shall have complied with the
order of tho Court, njule on 1 cbrnary ICth,
1 directing him to issue an execution for the amount
of alimony and counsel fees awarded to Sarah Al
, thea Sharon.
lmxArEUinA, March IS Tho I'itu tl.epubli
caa) says: Tho election of Attorney-General
Gray of Delaware to the scat in the United States
Senate just vacated bv Ilayard, preserves the best
tradition ofihat State's Senatorial representation.
It gives to tho national councils a man very tnnch
above the average of. his party at home. G raj's
EbcaV, opening Lis eyes and raising
isou on uis pillow. ny, what uo
i mean " exclaimed tho surprised vhj-
aan. x by, l moan that tho worst won t
over until I get your bill oat of tho
v 1
f There is nothing like breaking bad news
pally Uoro is an ingenious method re
prdei in a French paper: A bookmaker
Fitnesses in tho street the accidental death
. an acquaintance. Ho eU onto break
to news to the widow. lie is charged not
ftoli her too abruptly. At the house ho
Ksior "Ainie- widow A." Mam Jlmc
says the ladv. but I am not a widow.71
Vould yon like to bet on it H responds
e bootmaker
f Henry Bowers was talking about hunt-
He remarked to Aathan Kimbln.
bey sat around the grocery-storo stove
nt at Onion Creek: Vhen I rectontin
Ihat it costs mo for ammunition, tho
Kothes 1 nun in tramping over the coun-
and what X loso vy neglecting nrr
Laness. cverr ouail I shoot costs mo S3."
IThen van can thanlc your stars that von
tly hit one in every ten that you shoot
It is lucky that you are such a poor
pot or yea would bankrupt yourself."
nothing else has been discovered
fit came over in tho ilayflower. This
jo it is a Tvair of siwijir lc Hint, vrnro
torn by ono of the llgrims. The bows
oi sieei, an eighth of an inch wide, and
glass is as thick as pLato glass, making
? weight qt the spectacles .five ounces,
om such txtnderous nrmlirmr n.tlirn
len, have tho modern eye-glasses of tho
fc?o accounts for tho largo noses of tho
Ligxuas. xney naa io nave them.
Commission
Merchants,
No. 121 California SU San Tranoiioo, Cal
(100 ly)
D. H. HITCHCOCK
Attorney at Law and Notary Fnblict
Hat opnted a& OJ3 la llllo, tht;r be will promptly
attend to all lmel&e entrusted to htm.
WirrattetidaUttieTrrnta of tbe ClltBlt Conrt,iBt
will ale attfDd ibe Local Circuit Courts to Kan.
10SS fcCHTEYINU DQXK rgOMlTtY ly
MONEY TO LOAN
px
Good Property Security. Stocks,
Bonds, Etc. Apply to
M. THOHPSOh, ATTORHEY AT LAW,
UFITCE CornT Fort and UVixiant SlrecU,
1017 HovotCLC. II. I. 3m
SHIPFIHO AND C0XUISSI0X HEECHaXTS
lJirORTERS AM)
Dealers In General Merchandise,
No. R King Mrrct, IIoBoJiIn. II. I.
AGEXTb TOK
The KohaJa Sngir Co. R. UaMead, or Waialna
r-Ianlatlon.
A. II. Matth A Co.. Ko-
Ina, Kanal.
J. M.AIexandfT.Uaika,
Maul.
The, HalLa B- Co.
The Alrranderi; Bald
.n l1asta.Llona.
lUmakwa fUnUtlon.
The Hitchcock XCe'i
riaauttoo.
The u&ion Inttrante Company of Sn Frascleo.
if t.5T E,lnt Life Innace Company. of Bocton
i? XPity BfartBrine Co., or rtorton.
ratrntCeiitiifns! MirhiTtn.
JJ'C,' k and Uocolvlo rackrt Une.
The Merthaau' Lib. Jlonololi and Mb ncKo.
Dt. JayoCT i SoB'CeJrbrlcd Medlelaes.
SJJr5 iti,ltlb frInPt Manafartarin Connany. and
101S Waft-lrr Jt WUwa' y lPg Machine. 1-
Stamped Envelopes
fV THE JKXOMI3fATIOXS Ol
J 1.3.snaad IOCrst,UBbcparcha4l at tht-
Potoffice. U any iuUtr from one to ot thonand
lical liodton girl been derived. This J rcfBIl, "T rtonicf: ai-odotamic
POHTEILS, mtH.-IUaHD, IIJLXGKKS
Au, xpedltlraily Kxecated at the UazttteOSc
J.T.Waterhouse,
isviTij.-iNsn.i-riiiN nr tiii:
Folloviii2 Goods Just Received
ILTC I.ATi: AltlUTAI.S:-
Black French Merinos,
Lahr' and (.rnfo Umrttla.
Li om Shtln;. Flee Mil.
Ladles undXImfa (vlrry.
Embroidered Cloth Talle Covers
Ladies & Gent's Underwear,
Woolen .Cotton Shirts,
i.aki.i: 'awi jiext r
White Linen Shirts and Collars.
I-ATIT I. FN J
Wool Dr Ovw'.f
Ladirs" llaiv trimmrd and norrtBtnu-d.
Oiiflrh Ft!hrrs
Sdgingrs and Insertions,
a ri.xi: lot or
SCOTCH TWEEDS,
New Designed Prints,
J-d a Crerl Vaittl of VMk
inglish
and Amclran Goods
TOO SIHDIOIS TO HEXTIOX.
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Hawaiian Papers on File
AT THE OFFICE OF THE
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Atf-rapcr. renc. laL. Dlrrclarict ipu lafonn.lloa ot
band.
C. R. BUCK LAND.
Editor & Proprietor
ra "S. r. M.nhant."
KAUPAKUEA PLANTATION
SVin ' CIIJIIMI IX anil for ! 1.
QUuU11reloialtp,rcbrri.. by .
SlIj .r C iFOXU-
HAWAIIAN SOAP W0EKS I
CREY & CO.,
ManfctMrr and Dtaltrs In
ALL KINDS OF SOAPS,
I.lo, King lr.lt ll.n.lnln
Bf, 31.tloo.adG.iatT.llowwi.lcd. Ordml.flk.
Hollr. & l'o UmMttH itl wltb pmnpt.lt
tmtlea. WO ly
jii7ti5ipoi.ita. ji.ttKrr.
C.WALLER, Proprietor.
KImk 4lrrt,llinal.l..
Cholcf ttMratt trftia Fl.ejt nTdr.
1011
EXCHANGE ON CHINA !
Tin: rxni:ibiiGKKi aiik pke.
TaIUED TO DK.VW OX THE
Chartered Bank of India, Anatralla aad
China. Hoosfcoaf;. .
10S bishop CO. inn
illtclKiuiral (Tarts.
TELEPHONE 55.
ENTERPRISEF
PLANING MILL
ALAKE V XEAK Jl KBN hTSEET
C. J. HARDEE, : : Proprietor.
Contracting and Building.
E7Xoa1d!nc and Flnlnh aly on twmt,-fc7
FOll ALE Hard and Soft St or wood. Cut
4 Split. im am
election is a direct raub to the narrow and bifioted
faction of ppoilsmea represented by Salisbury.
ECEOrElN AND
Ijoxdos, March 17. The Hritish officers at
Cairo, are urging the Government to appoint Ocn.
Wolseley Governor-Gencr&lof Soudan. Thin will,
they aay,rens6are the natives who joined theMahdi
for fear of England wonld abandon Sond&n and
place them at the mercy of the Mahdi, unless they
join him. The new Government refuses to make
the appointment, as it wonld protons the British
stay m the Soudan beyond the limits at present
Intended by the Government.
JUdiud, March 17. There is great excitement
here over news to the effect that tho Goternor of AN
hnccmos, a small island containing a fortress and
prison settlement, belonging to Spain, in the Med
iterranean, on tho eo ist of Morocco, while parley
ing with a nnmlierjof Moors under the supposed
protection of a flag of trace, was attackedand tho
GoTernor and several other Spanish officials
wounded.
Vims, March 16. Telegrams from Saigon re
port that the rerclt in Conchin-China is spread
ing. A plot has been discovered to set fire to Sai
gon, in order to give an opportnnity for an irrup
tion ot 3,000 Anamitcs. 'ihe Anamites captured
Ocraon, heven miles from Saigon and massacred
the European residents, burning alive the native
1'refect and his wife. The northern provinces are
held by the insurgents, w bo massacre native adhe
rents of the Trench. The crews of the men-of-war
at Saigon have landed to defend the town and
the foreign residents are under arms.
Loxdox, March 17. Gladstone in the Commons
this afternoon read a dispatch from' Sir Edward
Thornton, British Embassador for St. l'etcrsburg,
in reply to Earl Granville's request to know if
England's understanding of the arrangement with
Eussia was the same as that entertained by Del
eters. "Deljicrs," Gladstone read, "states tuat the
ltassian troops will not advance from tho position
now occupied by them, provided tho Afghans do
not advance, or unless some eitraordinaxy reason
be given, such as disturbances at 1'cnjdch. Strin
gent order have been sent to the Itassian com
mander to uso every posbiblo means to avoid a
conflicL Tho above orders will bo repeated."
Doulin, March 17. l'ortadowu was the scene
of a scrums riot to-dy. A body of Nationalist
rioters wrecked the houses of certain obnoxious
persons. Bands of Orangemen paraded the
streets and great excitement prevailed. "
New York, March 17. Tho Trilnne nays : "Not
withstanding tho announoumcnt by Gladstone last
Friday that a special agreement had been made
with Kussia which woald probably avert a conflict
between tho two nations for the mastery of Central
Asia, marine insurance people do not feel that the
affair is ended.
Suakim, March 17. Nativo spies report that
tiicbsengurs havo arrived ntOsuian Digna's camp
with news that Kassala has fallen.
Home, March 17. In tho Chamber of Deputies
to-day the Minister of Foreign Affairs said that
after the fall of Kiiartoum, tho Italian Embassa
dor for England intimated to Granville that Italy
was willing to assibt England. Granvillo replied
that England can. and must herself subjugate the
Soudan. The Foreign Minister said tho Italian
Goreranienl Would liot conclude any treaty to tho
detriment of existing agreements with Germany
and Austria.
Xfrtt Youk. March 17. A cable snecial from
London of March 16lh savs: Tho Prince of Walos
will have his fill of pageantry during the next two
months. Ho starts for Berlin on Wednesdav. ac
companied by his brother, the Doke of Edinburgh,
and uis pnn. Prince Albert Victor. The occasion
of this princelv visit is the eighty-eighth birthday
of Emperor William, which is to bo celebrated
with great pomp on ttanday next. The represent
ation of England on this occasion will be notable,
nsitwiUbethofirgttiaio the two licirs-prcsnmp-tive
of the British throne have been on German
soil at the same time. As soon as the Princoof
Kales can escape from the Berlin ceremonial fco
will have to hurry back to England and embark
for Dablin. Great preparations aro in progress
for bis reception in Ireland, and tho festivities
will be very Uaborate, although they will be chiefly
promoted and participated in by tho aristocratm
clashes.
London, March 17. In tho Commons to-day
llarconrt stated that England would not ask
Franco to rescind the order of arrest and expul
sion of Stephens, because it was not n matter iu
which England had any right to interfere, lie
bcliered that Stephens had not been subjected to
actual arrest, but simply ordered to leavo France.
J See LIN, March 18. Two hundred and Keren teen
miners were imprisoned by an explosion of fire
damp in a colliery at Camp Housen, nearSsar
brack, in llhinisb Prussia, this morning, and at
n late hour this afternoon but seventeen had bceu
rescaod. It is feared that most of the 200 others
have been euffocated.
Sau.ni, March 18. A general advance towards
SinkatVras begun Friday, Spies continuo to re
port that the Amardn tribe of Arabs will desert
Mahdi and join the British at the first favorable
opportnnity.
I' jets, March IS. The ylhnal says instruc
tions have been sent for the French Ambassador
m China to renew negotiations with that Govern
ment with a view to securing pence.
KewYome. March 18. The IltrnhVt London
special says : The Kcho, owned by a liberal
member of Parliament has the following editorial:
To us it Becms the Dablin Corporation has taken
the only manly and dignified course open to it.
Better far that it should take no active part in the
coming festivities than as? ist in deceiving tho
f otore ruler of Ireland by hollow profession of
loyalty. Ireland ii not loyal. Give the Irish a
fair c nance of saccc and they would be in re
bellion to-morrow. We hold Ireland as wo hold
Egypt and India by the terror of our arms. Let
Eneland be in conflict with some creat Power and
one great defeat would be followed '.by an Irish
uprising."
Lonpox, March IS. In the Devonshire hurdle
race at Derby yesterday. Idea came in first and
Abbottsford (formerly Lorillard's Mistake) third.
All English horses fell, excepting Philosopher,
who started the favorite and came in second. Tho
two American horses were heavily weighted, Idea
carrying 175 pounds and Abbottsford IC4. BIuo
grass Is training at Newmarket and heads the
quotations everywhere for the Lincolnshire handicap.
LLcpq. LUCAS,
TOR & BUILDER
learn Planing Mills,
dc, Honolulu, II. 1.
u.c'.srea ,11 kinds ol
D rackets,
bw Frames,
llincls, Sashos, Doors
kdaot Woodwork FlnliV.
II and Band Sawing!
Li. kinds nr
J Morticing and Tenanting.
yMPTLY ATTENDED TO
lork. ttitrantenl.
teMherlslaBda eollcltcd.
Jnsurawc Notices.
Boston Board of rndfrnriter?.
A OESTS for the Itarllan IiUmU.
C BREWER CO.
Philadelphia Hoard or rnderwrlttn.
Vfir.ST nr the IUvrIUn ItUnd,
W" ly C.BRsTft KRXCO
i a. M;iiAi;ri:K.
1 (JKXTof Rrrmcn Ho nt oft ndtrwiltrrt,
Afff at ot Vienna Board of Undcrwrfliri
Claim t!atlnmrir riunruinlM wit tits tht tri
diction of the abT Bnarda r Upderwr'ttrs til hire
to be certlflod to by the abort, Ant to suite ihra
valid. r UCT ly
Insurance Nolics.
raTVIIK AK.T FOIL THE niltTISIl Par
at rln Martas Inosranett Cpmptij (Limited) hat
ranee bflwrtn IlnaolslB and rwts m th rartscsqd
Unmrprrpaml to la at th lowmi rale.
wun a f ix-ciai ml net Ion on rn ict wr hmuw.
IHEO. II. t) A VIES.
twisty ArmtHn F.-r Mar In. Co.. Limited
iiAiiiti:it4;ii- inti:.m:.
FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY.
rfim: iMi:uitir.i h.vvimj m:i: ai-
BL lOII
pamt to I
llntlilinc, and on Mrrehanll ttorni thrtrts.oa
TOiBtra ArPtit nf th atwiTF 1. msnaitT. am ti
rrd to lnart? r)ka aralnv-t flrr n tn tnd Itrlek
Iht tnot fiToraola trrtn
one or vm ij
LiE WOiSKS,
un.T, m:aii iihtdi.st.
m OF MONUMENTS
Tomos,
ets, MarWe Mantels,
Woshstand Tops, and
ack and White Marble.
OF EVERY DESCRIPTION
jl)E TO OKDEIt
EST POSSIBLE RATES.
I HentlMotic Clcattcit anil
Keiet. .
rr I-lamtt tiroraptlY attrndrd to.
1033
0MAS LACK
iox-t St Honolulu
l and DEALER
linos, and Conuino
tachments, Oil
Accessories.
FOU T11U
A
Howe, and
Machines,
rd's Machine Needles.
1 kinds & sizes;
Corticalli Silk,
in all colon;
K.MI.MACIIIXK C0TT0.V.
OENT ICII
lleit.ltlc Vat raptr IaUrrns
Ictirtta. Pf alcr in
mil poctl; CwmI.,
dr. Capi. & M talic Cartttil.
,NS STOVES !i
(In all M- i
HliiTkuof 1- -ft'a-t.un
lorocKh Mi-chin Iamnnn .m'
tibat lion tilth p. itnnn - md
HAMBURC-MACDEBURC
FIRE INSURANCE COHPwlNY.
op nAsncco
Bni-msnir' jTritniAMiisr. rrasit.
TURK till Mscfalarry Inform rlBil Tn a. ta.
mo.! T.vonM. term.
A. J.tMiKn.Asmtfnrth. DlwtlUa I-U.dt.
MB IT
ORIENT
Inaurnnoo Compnuy
OF HARTTORD. CONNTCTICCT.
CISH ASSETS JIMI1RI ISTJ8S. : JUII.IU.I.
TakM Htk. lBt tni or Dtmar. hj rir. oa
P.Ullnz, Mmbaadl... MMhlnnr anik r.raltor.- oa
farnrabltf Inmfl. A. J1EI1KR. '
1"" Areal for IHw.IHa t.uad.
WASHINGTON
FIRE AND MARINE INSURANCE COMPANY
OF BOSTON. MASSACHUSETTS.
Caih Ainu January lit. 1834. - - SU9J,SS0J.
Takes Klk. apilnit X.oa. tr Dama. by tlr na
Balldl.ra. Mrrthandt... .Macbioi-nr and t'araltar. oa
fanirabl. term. A. JAEtiKC
l'W Agrni forniwalUa Iiland..
Jnsnronrt X'otirts.
UNION INSURANCE CQMPAK
OP S PRAXCISCU.
INCOHPOIt ATEE. IS6S
CASTLE & COOKE. ACENTS
103 K.r IN. II. avail. la l.l.na..
30RTH limiS AX9 XXSCASTIIK
r r.n !. un Knunrnan.
EBtablllhed 1800.
r.triT.kt.
Acr.aa.lalM a.4 1.ntJ P. .4
rruiK rxncitaiiicn mu bkicv
a ip;oLtr4 AUKNT9 tpt la. aaaMwHk
w.irimipawiini.itiiiniit ran.
Tirai.
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aa. w mfa naiMiar. a.a arfTRvMia. Hwi
la; Dwflllar Hoa.r. awl r.rallar TImW.. t'Ml.
isklr la karko f witk v.ittHat r.rrM. a. m4i rrfii
X. HOFTMULAk'llIK ACO
low Armt. lor tk. Ilawalla. l.la.4.
Tilt
New England Mutual life Insurance Co.
OrVOSTOV, MAM
I.XGORrotATCb, 33.
IU OUett Purely Mutual Lie Uiuraw Co in
Polieiaa Itratd ea Ue mart farariM Trva4
IStTlKD Anr.V TXARORBlXAlTLirC
t AbmuI imiUnmlUw rwwy rr JAm
3 Auul prvmlan cwbUmw rllrjr 4 fnn 1t4r
(Abbu) prmlBM Policy mdw
i AbbbaI pnniBtB) rsatlBB rHf j If jrnn 'JL 4y
The City of London Fire In
surance Co., Limited.
CAPITAL, :::::: 810,000,000
HonoTuln fnr th Hawaiian falariTai ih a,iH
Iffncd la prrpafd tn ai-c i pt ttlv acaini Are nn UbIM-lu-tMefthandI.
PornltniT 3Iirhia'ry on the moat
favorable lrrm.
Loc Tromptlj AiljitstctlandraynMellfrf.
t , m:m.i:R.
lfltii 1 Ak-'-nt for t' lima u Uland.
- i OF U3NOON.CNCla4NQT.
L GvprzAXi .1
. I 913,000,0001
La m. tal4 Ihraach .,.iMia .tmmrj.
$40,000
CASTLE k COOKE. AGENTS
IWli FORTIIK HAWAIIAN I.UA.aill.
THE PACIFIC MUTUAL
LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY
or ti.iroR.Mi.
1ftlr lo call th partkBtar ttrmilMt r
TO T1IK1R
Tontine investment Policies I
IVtikB cmUia tkt " IvHapvUBtt CUim,"
N &trit1 eat TrarvJ ar Hrr4M.
fV ftB tHmgrr mi fVefHtw
ALMI
The Deposit ration umt VttUty N4 Ue
Jlnloal IntrtmfBt Vallrj.
Tbla l onr th ift !M(-akBiM.WntaB(
haa M iipnliif, 4 V all I'Wm
prwnpiij; mm immr a4 ralHy ay
ItT" Far frtl t.nrmaW. writ I. r rjji
f stioaobo.
A. JAECER, Agi-at toro 11a. a la
E. O. Hall & Son
IiIUIT K.X-
I iia r. i'irt sxt.t: a n . tiii; hat
Hall's Steel Plows !
raiting '. ,B If. I". n.
HAIL'S HEAYT STEEl BREAKERS
It . Ii kd IB i I.
isn v vkw ivw or
Hall's Steel EockBreakers
uomj i "if . mi ac1 i i Ortkn
mraT m,nr. plow c.
LIVERPOOL and LONDON and GIOBFL,
INSURANCE CO.
Assets, $31,101,0001
Claims Paid, $88,714,000
Mavi: i-.T.ni.isiii:i ax Aur.xtY x
llimolnln. tor tbr Hawaiian l.lju.Ia. md lb t-n
drralxard arc prrpamllo writr tiak. aalapi
run: ox biiuiixgs, jikrui imhsk jt
nwiauxGs
On rivoiabU'tcnnr T,nrlIfiit;ltUt.n firrlnliiy
UetachftldTIbirticdcinti'ntr inanrrtl fur a Df-r.nd
ot three yrarT.foEtwopimiliiin'i la adrinc I.w'
Iinmipii- niyniini nun inynnri nrrr.
G HUMAN LLOYD
Marine Insurance Company of Berlin.
F 0 It T U N A '
General Insurance Company of Berlin. ;
rpm: Anoi; i.vmkaxi: co sum mi a
JL ba rtbll-hr4 a Umwal Ajtrncj here, bmI IV
t;nd- niCB- General Arrni". rr anthrtix-il to uhe
IIIk HsaliKit Hi nniisrranl the NfRnl III
.! i RrnoHaMe itjuexa. nml nn lhr
noil rmurnblo Trnn.
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PRUSSIAN NATIONAL,
or sn;ni
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COOK STOVES
RA.JNF Q-H.S
or ALI. SIZES i
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allkiwb;
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-1 Mm nn KallditiT.. Kuritllan-. Xtfrrkaadlw.
l'i liner Sarar Mill. Ac on tkr aiml fav rabl. arm.
LOSSES FR3MPTLT A3JUSTED DD P1USIE Kf.l
IL JMKMKi ii.vr.ium.
.!; lj U WlltlT Alt. .
General Insurance Com'py.
Tor Sea. River and Land Trnnaport
of DRESDEN.
1 rATIM
X L Aimrjr
Chung1 Lee Partnership Notice !
TJG MOXAVA1I, OiMM)KALA, HA-
Mall, la no InnsTr member ot Crm ot Chnnj
Lea Company ot ffl OOKALA. and hit BO rithtto
collect lit bta or male roTitracta for ratd Company, hftT
la arlriol toUieMfaerpBrtBers.Blth.alntemltberf'
In. Th f aid CfTOpMTlaiotTfrfi".llf)rnydtbtt
" "P"-"' M j-10SQ lEE fco."
llODdolo, II. I. Feo. Silk, 15S. -"lOOUt
ollketBcan mclpata.
mil other Steam Holler!,
IT IS -MOItE
tnrl,
o to Explode,
Easlx of Transportation
TS NO MORE !
n bb4 rnct ran 1 nliutocd by
ROWELL, Honolulu.
Sotc.irat Ilawaliin Iflandt.
KSTALISHi;i)
Ilntinlnln fur tlir HiatjiUn
uin.rrrlsrtic.a irntrai A- si-, ari-auth'nlBad
ttouhr
Risk af-ataat tho Dancer ottho Scat at th
Mot Roaaonalilo Rates, ami onth
Mint Favorable Term.
'"t"' : , S.Mf.irtUcllailnI.lat,rl
snoir
MASSWAEE
A SpIantlJd AMrtaatti
LIIATIIKI! - Of All l.cM-rir.tirr.:
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1 ealln.. t ralla.4- tMktMi .pii-doW idi
AT 0UH WAREROOMS. '"-' "1 In mwt
KlaeMrrft, HMnko laa-
PHONE No. 408.
3 ruOORK.
;STlll:irr. no.Mm i.i:,
T IXOUSB HTOll II
1ST SKLKCT10X OF
OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS:
hratU, Man-mallw-. 8aarn
Jtona, Citron Jrltr Ice, !n-tcf
rton linm Drops. C 1' Nob (rami
laic, vooroiatc k-mniina
atn MUod Candles,
A1ao-NLT: iTraoa. S. 5. Almona. Hrnilr.
tlibcrt. Etc Llcurlra. Adama timm.
plca Gam. lnz 15oxr
Tbs above Candle Retailed at 50o per lb.
B" VAIL .ty TBT TIIE3X -
Clffif. Clfirrttea. Tobacco, IIoMiatir C '
Water A Gln-TT Ale on Icr. Bad B FbII Un- nt
WW FAMILY GROCERIES. fr'-r
WILDER & CO.,1
CRYSTAL SODA WORKS
Jfniiolnltt, llaaaallait l.landa, Ij.it-
.ral Acrill. or 111.
Ozi Ooodi arc Acknowledged th ttl '
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SELECTION of GOODS
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GENTLEMEN'S WEAR
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Latest Styles
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in.Person.
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SALAMANDER FELTING
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