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P. O. ADVERTIS EE, SUPPLEMENT - -MAT 21, 1881.
Dcelix, Mar 2. John Dillon, M. P
ar.-ct.UJ at H.'.V) o'clock tLin evening at Port
Arlington on hi way to Dublin. He was arrta-
rl Y T"7 J1-" fnuut
AinlOth, charing him with netting persons
to forcibly OM-ose and rtst the execution of
u iuiiiwij ujj.irac njtu unuu ui
the pross;s of hw for giving jossession of
land, and inciting to not and assault. On Lis
arrival at Dublia he ttuh taken to Kilmainbuiu
jail. Tnere wa4 not the lightest attempt at a
popular aemoustration on the arrival of Dillon j
at Dublin, and but few persons present. A
warrant for the arrest of'Brenuan has been
airtrauy maue oui. t
London", May 4. The manifesto of the Na-!
tional Land Lj-ugue of Great LnUin. touching
the arrest of Dillon, has been issued. It is. signed
by Justin McCarthy and urges the Irishmen of
,reit Intain to evict their landlords as they
tLtmselves have ln evicted, and to wreak
veugcance at the toiU on the apostates from
.ibtrahsm whom they helped raise to power.
Ijoxuos, May 7. The Irish Land bill drags
heavily. The tote on the second reading is not
expected until the 10th inst. The more the
debate is prolonged the greater are the divisions
which Arise in the Irish camp. O'Connor Power
has declared, in an excellent speech, that he
will vote lor the second reading. A. M. Sulli
van has secedd from the support of Mr. Parnell
because the latter advised the Irish members to
abstain from voting. Mr. Parnell was impelled
to this step by the arrest of Mr. Dillon, vthich
worked the Paratllites into a condition of great
anger. The proclamation of the city of Dublin
arose from the discovery of a supposed Fenian
onpirary in the city, followed by an outrage.
Mr. Dillon was arrested for his furious Clonmel
LoMox, May 3. Pradlaugh said yesterday to
Tuar cnrr-r.nlrit that, if the bill to allow
affirmation instead of oaths should fail to pass, !
Le would I r-snt himself at the bar of the Ilon.te
every day and !!. r to take the oath, and continue i
so until imprisoned or Lis seat dt-clared ,
vacant. In the latter cas Le should carry his
rase to his constituents, and keep this up till he
should worry th l!..nc into giving him his
Lnros. April M thin the lt twenty-
etht .lavs tn of sjnaIl-io Lave U en
rr:usd a.lmusion to the hospitals, became
they vcre full.
taring tut sme penoa
t-rson.- died in their own homes from sniall-jMtx.
'n tui i . t . ... T 1 : . t .
London hospital, and only wis bed available,
latterly. Als.ut ! j r c nt. of the oases prove
fatal. Dating the post fortnight person
Lave died in the hospital from uiall-jxn.
Losis, May 7. Lnrt week ovtrlO)0 patient
were received into the Li Kpitats and nearly 2m X
were unable to ;ain adliiittal.ee. lie Hides these
there are large numlx rs at home who have not
nought ndminsK n to tny hospital. In some
portions of the city
there are cas-s in nearlv
Tnx.-. Ar.ril MV A L-rand international
.teetdrehas. four miles, was won lr Jtctral.
. . . .
Tojwslo seeond. Fairwiud third. 't
Lonlo. May i Tle tv.o thousand guinea;
.t:Lk. -t NVuLikrt was won bv PercLTenP.
Irvxjaois second. Don Tnlando third. The May
stakes were won by Alnor, AVallentein second.
' , ,
Lono. May C At the Newmarket the race
r the l.s guineas stakes was won by Thebais,
lora second, Dal t.al thir.l. Thirteen ran.
The Newmarket stakes were won by Loril
lard's Iroquois, who leat Lennox Love. Only
The two-year-old stakes were won by Perogo
w.ez. King Frost second, Startson third. Six
ran, including Keene's North Star.
Lomios, May 3. The Admiralty has a tcl'
j;rani from Moutevidio stating that the Pritish
war sloop Dotterel was mown up on apni zom,
at Sandy Point, Straits of Magellan. The cause
of the catastrophe i not known. Lient. Stokes
lemains at the scene of the disaster to ascertain
tutt cause of the explosion, with the assistance
of divers. The commander, paymaster, anil
eu"ineer. cjJker, carpenter ami seven seamen
were saved. It is thought probable that great
Joss of life has attended the disaster. The Dot
erel rrgi.ttred 1,137 tuns and hud a 0X)-horse
Tho 7o;: annonnces that the officers and
crjw of the Dotterel nund-ercd loC, all of whom
perched except 11. It is snpposed that the
boiler burst and cxplmied the magazine. Or
that, as the (.'Lilians are fortifying the Point,
the ill-fated vessel may Lave ct'me in contact
with a torpedo,
CoxsTANTisorLE, May 3. The Embassadors
of the powcis received the Porte's reply to
their last collective note lute yesterday evening.
It briefly announces that Turkey accepts with
out reserve the pr.-jx.s, d M!ntion of the Greek
LoNnfiN, May It wid be remembered that
the vat trea.-V.re which Allul Aziz amassed
uystetionsly iletapifand after his decease, ami
that the then Jlinitry nave out that it had been
ts-d for war expenditures. The present en
quiry, howevtr. teiide to rhow that a considt Ta
ble pait was uppropiiated by high officials and
cithers connected with the palace. Nonry and
MaLniond hve legun to criminate each other.
l'aats. May 7. ItartLelemy St. Hiiaire, Min
ister of Foreign Affairs, informed the Kudget
Committee that the impending conflict with the
Kroumirs wouM end the military part of the
Tunis difficulty, and would be succeeded by
diplomatic action. Fram e, he said, was lonnd
to protect her interests by imjssing substantial
conditions on the Per.
PrKLix, May 3. While the Czar remains in
retirement at Gatst hi na the implacable nemies
of Lis Government are as dangerously busy as
ever. Kumor nd reports of daring operations
br the Nihlists in dinsc-minating maniftstos con
veying warning to the Czar continue to reach
Biftxrx, April 30. During the debate in the
. . . ... . . - . i r . . ,
P.eichstng on the bill restricting the Municipal j
House tax in the case of thelmienai employees, j
fixing the minimum, Kichter attacked the "bill. !
Bismarck, reviving, said he intended to move
at the next session for the removal ot the tier-i"
man and Prussian Governments to some other
citv more equitable in her demands, and less
likrlr to influence Parliament and officials. It
would then be e n what value Iterlin attached
t; the presence ct the Central authorities..
Sax FA5ctsco. May 4. A mass meeting of
Republicans was held last night, at which u so
lutions were passed urging the necessity tf
prompt ratification of the new Chinese Treaty.
Washisotos, May 4. The Senate has just
gone into executive session The motion was
made by Dawes, who. in making it. repudiated
the idea that by so doing he and Lis associates
were giving up the fight over Senate offices,
which they considered in its scope and charac
ter as presenting a question of great imjortance
to the future welfare of the Government, in-
volvihy, as it did, the right of the malority to ;
New York. May 2. The llfrall a W ashmgton
racial says: The policy of the Administration
toward Mexico and the Central American States
14 IU u. luvni . J - - .
to an extension of our commercial relations
with their people, and gives a pronounced and
positive assurance that we wish, as neighbors of
these fellow Kepublic, only tneir weuare sou
prosperous growth, and have no desire or in
tention of territorial occupation or aggrandize
ment. Washixgtox, May 5. Immediately after the
reading of yesterday's journal the Senate went
into executive session. The first matter disposed
of was the Chinese immigration treaty, which,
after a continuation of yesterday's debate, last
ing three hours but developing no new points
of interest, was ratified, without amendment,
by a practically unanimous vote, there being
only four Senators recorded in the negative. A
' eapbaais. " Bar&tos and Zoe armed bj et earner
message was rec-t ived from the President with-
lira Win IT thp Nlw JnrV nriminatinnii fnr 1
Stat Marshal and District Aitomeva. The
Judge Kobertsou for Collector
. of Customs was not withdrawn.
i St. Lncts, May C.-The area of farming
laa(ls Hubject 1 by tLe break in th
: dvke tHlav ist from tn 0Mt0 aerM .
dvke to-dav is i ron
; tne wattr is high
road built uism an
enough to overflow a wagon
wi rt ...;n : ,
as much more ,HTlil
I WasHINOTOX. Ai.ril 27 AWlsh. nlitiritiflr in
the case of Welsh vh. Merrit, tried in New York,
relative to the artificial coloring of sugar, and
others asked the Secretary of the Treasury to
: CIV. tlij i Tn rw.ttf 111 Tiarirnr Tf.ii-A c fliitt!An ia
, matlef a3 to ther tt writ of error will be taken
j in order to h&yf. the qne8tion at issue reviewed by
J the Supreme Court. The Secretary replied that
j be Lad already decided to have a writ of error
BUetl ont ani a hearing is therefore unnecessary,
j The Secretary also gave notice that the existing
j orders of the Department uiion the subject will
j remain in iorce until the dicisiou of the Supreme
Court is made known.
Treasury officials say that if the rulings at
New York are sustained (and they a.Tfi in direct
conflict with those of the Judge in the Perot
case, Baltimore) all centrifugal sugars, however
pure, if colored dark, will be admitted as of the
lowest class and pay the lowest rate of duty.
Sugars that pay 4 J cents duty would be rated at
less than 2 and although manifestly disguised
in color, and of the very highest qulity, customs
officers will le compelled to admit them at the
rate charged upon the very lowest sugars known
to the market. The amount involved in these
questions is said to be more than a million dollars.
The Germanization of Alsace-Lorraine does
not aptear to have snccc-eded to the satisfaction
i of the German provincial authorities. Kecent
decrees aim still at suppressing the French
connection. Of these, two have been much
j commented-u.u. The first has for its object
! c," H'. r-cu "trance offices,
i h'M , 71 estimated at nearly
GO,M,MHl francs, for the bt nt fitof a German
! insurance conipauv under Government patronage
. TL(, QOTl, bcree insists thut the discussions in
tbtr i.rovin(.iai Ass lublies shall take place in
(;erman onlv, the ett.tt of this measure being
. Ut rttl.ler two-thirds of the memlx rs incaoable of
I sitting in these Assemblies. The recent con-
j the young Alsuce-Lorrainers from whom military
service was due had left the country. American
Gladstone is improving, but he will go to the
country for a short rest.
The New York 77nv says the legislature of
that State is " about epially distinguished for
laziness and jerverity
Col. Thomas A. Si-ott of Philadelphia has
t twentv million dollars and bottelessly ruined
iealth. An exchange asks: "What shall it
! - . i U Lt llik 1 1 ...til.
man il lie nave c-'M-o auu ueaiiu
uiiiiwirTio it rw. n m xr ctu-tiili f irr aiiv nnrt rF it
i j v -i ji
The nnmUrof cigars smoked in Germany in
estimated at about , 6,504.W)0,UOO, re-
presiding a constant mid daily consumption of
two cigars ikt Lead for ten million smokers.
Der ides cigsrs the Germans smoke, during the
same period, more than 00,000 tons of tobacco,
I same period, more tl
wLk.L LaS un,it.rKn
ijjej, Usin ,IM0 tc
tobacco for chewing.
;one more or less preparation.
ons of snuff and 00 tons of
Duty has been paid or. Peaconsfield's property
for Xob.000. This does not include the liabilities,
so that he died a comparatively poor man, con
sidering the oport unities he had for making
Capt. Jacob Prown, of tug Pele, of Honolulu,
has been granted a furlough after 23 jears
constant service, and will visit the scenes of his
early days in this city. .Vru? Bedford Jfti cwy.
Scbiptcbes IN CoxonEss. Hoar of Massachu
setts, and Miller of California, had a tilt on the
Chinese question in the U. S. Senate on the 4th
inst. The "Eastern Senator duly representing
the advanced and enlightened views of his sec
tion, brought forward the Declaration of Inde
pendence ; and discussing the text that all men
re free and equal, said that ' whenevei God has
placed in a human frame a human soul, that
which is so created is the equal of every other
like creature on the face of the earth equal
among other things, in the right to go every
where on this globe, and to seek and enjoy the
blessings of life, liberty end the pursuit of hap
piness at his own will."
The Western Senator, appreciating the views
and feelings of his constituents of the Pacific
Cast, admitted that the Declaration and cor
resiondiug sentiments were all very fine, and no
doubt correct ; but maintained that those who
had to deal with the question in hand and with
the very body of the difficulty occupied a very
different Rtaudpoint from those who were dis
cussing an abstract right.
Thin the Massachusetts man, taking n more
lofty stand, quoted the words of St. Paul on
Mars Hill, saying : ."And hath made of one
blood all nations of men for to dwell on all the
face of the earth." ' Put that is not all of the
verse," interposed the California man; "Why,
what else is there ?" enquired Hoar, with conse
quential dignity. "Just this," quoted Miller:
"And hath determined the times before appoint
ed, and the bound of Ihtir h'ibital'ujn." " Now,
we want the Asiatics to keep within their
iH.nnds." Applause for Miller.
Judges' Vacations in San Francisco and
New Yor.K, May 3. The 'un says: Both the
press ami the bar of San Francisco express in
dignation at the intention of the Judges of the
higher Courts of that city to take two month's
vacation uuring tne summer, in view of the
practice in other States, and particularly those
the Atlanntic Coast, this protest is somewhat
an innovation, in mis city, wnere Judges
I nrp Tnii.1 f f ill r t i Til ..tl u r Tn ii. -li f iit- 1 1i i.i r ,w..i a..
thise of San Francisco, the summer vacation
lasts from the latter part of June to the first
Monday in Octol.-r. Besides this, part, or the
hole of one week in every month, is practi
cally a vacation time with the Judiciary, and
they never sit on Saturday, with the exception
of one Judge in each Court for two or three
honrs, to make orders and listen to other minor
applications. The preus and bar of San Fran
cisco ought to look eastward to see how Judges
do in other cities, and they will come to the con
clusion that they have comparatively little cause
And if they should lsk westward to the Ha-
wauan lsiamis, mey would derive still greater
consolation from the fact that here a Supreme
Jad take farlons.h of eiht montlw ni,
draw his salary at the ate of $500 a month all
tX , .. , . "
the name. No, don t complain. our San
Francisco Judges, with a two month's holiday,
are lutrd-worked, compared with our Hawaiian
Judges. Ed. P. C, A.
A Detence or War Count Yon Moltke in
acknowledging the receipt of a manual of the
Laws of War,ent to Gtn by the lnstiiul de Droit
International, thus gives ex predion to a soldier's
views on war. Perpetual peace ii a dream and
it is not even a beautiful dream. War is an
element lu tbe order of tbe world ordained by
God. Id it tbe noblest virtues of mankind are
developed ; courage and the abnegation of self,
faithfulness to duty, and the spirit of sacrifice:
the soldier gives his life. Without war the
world would stagnate, and lose iUelf in material
(lo Oe Continue a.)
Wt are not responsible for opinion expressed by cor.
respondents, our columns being open to all for tbe dis
cussion ox public affairs from every point of view.
Correspondents will please observe that all letters
must be authenticated by the names of writers, not
I necessarily for publication, but as a guarantee of good
'. To the Kil'dor of (he Pacific Commercial Advertiser:
Lahain-a, 12th May, 1881.
Mb. Litob : In your last issue 1 read an
article on temperance headed, " God Speed the
Plough " with a request that Marshal Parke,
be interviewed as to where all the liquor goes.
Now I wish to say to you (through your paper)
that hundreds of cases of liquor come to
Lahaina, and that at any time during the day
you can see an intoxicated person in our quiet
streets. The police are thoroughly demoralized;
and I must say, our Deputy Sheriff is the right
man. in the wrong place. I will cite one instance
! On Sunday last, the entire police force were in
a beastly state of intoxication; one of them had
a touch of the horrors, and our good deputy
procured a bottle of 3 star brandy for him, be
lieving that he had the cramps or pain in the
stomach, but the citizens who were present told
our good deputy that it was a first-class case of
drunk. Now our deputy does not drink or use
liquor in any wav, and the question naturally
arises, where did he get the brandy from? It
is quite evident that there is liquo for sale here,
and that a sheriff or his deputy can purchase it,
as well as any one else. Mr. Everett, could not
give any more information, (as to where the
liquors goes,) than his deputv-, Mr. Newton. On
Monday, the police force were called up before
(not his honor;) but Mr. Newton, and the de
cision was that they all be retained, except one,
although they all acknowledged they were
drunk, the one Newton procured the brandy for
was discharged because he had the D. T's, but
the others who were equally guilty were re
tained. Now, Mr. Editor, why were these men
not brought before the Police Judge, and if
found guilty of drunkenness fined as others are
(only doubly so becuuse they were policemen)
and all dismissed from the service. It has been
rumored that onr Police Judge can be influenced,
and onr Deputy Sheriff says he cannot get a
conviction ; but I believe if these four policemen
had been arrested for drunkenness and Sab
bath breaking, that our Police Judge would
have fined and dismissed them from the force,
which would have been in the opinion of our
law abiding citizens perfectly just. I ask, what
kind of law and order can we expect from such
a state of affairs ? I will further state, that two
of the police on the same dav, were on horse
back, tight as lords, and h'duUuiuinj in the pub
lic streets. Where was our Deputy Sheriff at
this time ? Echo answers where.
If our good Deputy would exhibit more
activity then he does, and see Lahaina as it is,
he could stop a great deal of liquor selling and
Now, Mr. Editor, I ask, and am joined in my
request by all good citizens for a live and active
Deputy Sheriff, for Lahaina, cs the presence of
such a Deputy in and about thu streets would
have a tendency to stop to some extent the sell
ing of liquor and drunkenness. Heiia.
Kipahclc, East Mt:r,
May 13th, 1881.
We have had a little excitement here lately,
consequent upon a report that reached us last
week of two cases of small-pox ut Ulupalakua.
With a lively remembrance of the devastation
that the disease wrought in this locality some
years ago, tne residents adopted energetic
measures at once. A guard was placed on the
road towards Kanpo, and all travel was stopped.
Some few people on their way buck to Kipahula,
went into quarantine in a house m the valley
occupied by the guard, and like action was
taken by the people at liana, to guard the road
towards the Hamakaua District. After a week's
detention we learned definitely that there had
not been any cases of small-pox ut Ulupalakua,
and so the guards were withdrawn.
The people in this district in meetings held to
consider the subject, resolved to take every
precaution to keep theniseves clear of the dis
ease, and seemed to be very much in earnest,
the more so as they know they fire a long way
from any possible medical help.
Dr. Standart was over here a short time ago,
and vaccinated all whom he could find, so that
the disease would have that precaution to make
The shock of earthquake reported as felt in
Hilo on Thursday April 21st, was felt here quite
plainly at 2.20 p. m. C.
7o the Editor of the Pacific Commerc'ud Advertiser:
The steamers of the Pacific Mail Company are,
and have been, so uncertain in their arrival,
that I think the time has arrived for the specu
lative men of these islands to put on a
steamer between here and the Coast, and thus
be independent of the P.M.Ccmpum' and its boats.
A steamer could be built for the trade, and run
as economically as auv other enterprise here, bv
private parties, notwithstanding the fabulous cost
of building and maintaining a steamer, as put
forth in numerous letters which appeared m
the Gazette last year, and which were written by
paid servant ot tne I", .u. Co., sent here
specially to secure the subsidy ami intimidate
those moneyed men who conceived the idea of
building a steamer. It is a well known fact that
these boats do not call here for the benefit or
convenience of the Honolulu public.
It is not forgotten by old residents that before
steamers called here, the public were far better
ofi for news, and received it as well as their
correspondence, of'ener and much rrfore regularly
than they nave since steamers called at this port
Before these vessels touched at Honolulu a large
fleet of sailing vessels were plying between here
and the Coast. These ships were the means of
circulating considerable sums of money here
refitting, repairing, provisioning and other ex
penses, besides a very large sum that went into
the Government coffers for dues. etc. But what
benefit are the P. M. boats to Honolulu ? None
whatever ! Their arrival is always so uncertain
that no one can depend on them; they come and
go when they please, and the public as well as
the Government do not receive one cent benefit
from them ; the onlv money left by them is the
pilot's fee, and no doubt that trifle they would
avoid if they could.
It is rumored that Clans Spreckels intends
putting fifteen vessels on the line between here
and San Francisco, and if so a vessel should
arrive from the Coast about every fourth day.
This matter, I trust, will not be overlooked by
the members, at the next Legislature, when it is
to be hoped that the subsidy ($1,000 per month)
now paid to the P. M. Co., will be discontinued,
and the money used for purposes that will bene
fit the public as well as the Government in
communication with the Coast that can be relied
upon. Yours Truly,
Our correspondent is no doubt correct, when
he says that " these boats do not call here for
the benefit of the Honolulu public ; but it won't
do to say that they are " no benefit to Honolulu,
none whatever," We want rapid transit, as
well as frequency of mails. En. P. C. A.
The Nutritious Qualities of Rice-
It will surprise many to learn that rice has
a nutritious percentage of 88, while beef baa but j
zo. tun civilized mankind will adhere to the latter
with the idea that it has the most nourishment.
The differenee between a pound of rice and a
pound of beef is very marked, the former heinir
100 per cent, cheaper, and 100 per cent, more
valuable to the common laborer than the beef
diet. There is a lesson of tremendous importance
in this Tact which Bhould not be overlooked bj
the laboring classes.
Nos. 19 and 21 Merchant Mreet, Honolulu, U. 1. jats at ty I
LETTER FBOM EUROPE-No. 43-
FROM OCR EtOCLAR COBBESP05DENT.
London, April 2nd, '81.
THE ROYAL PROGRESS.
The first item in respect to the King's travels
since the news of his departure from Japan, was
telegraphed here from San Francisco, and now ,
comes from the far East in tbe shape of tbe fol- i
lowing Times despatch, dated Calcutta, March i
20th: "The King ol the Sandwich Islands,!
who is now on n tour round the world, is ex-;
pected to visit India shortly. lie will first arrive !
at Madras froui Singapore, and then pro-j
ceed via Calcutta and Bombay to Europe." j
THE GERMAN PROTECTORATE. !
I have refrained from referring to this absurd !
rumor of an impending annexation of Hawaii
by the German Empire, but as I see by late Hon-
olulu papers that your press (not P.U.A.) has ta- j
ken up the matter, a statement of the case seems '
necessary. The whole a flair has been caused by the !
following paragraph in the Straits Times of Jan.
31st, a paper published at Singapore : " An
agent of King Kalakaua is at present at Berlin
in order to settle the terms of a sale of the Ha
waiian Islands to tbe German Government. It is
a well known fact that Germany is very anxious
to obtain colonies. It has concluded treaties
with Samoa and also with Hawaii ; its commerce
with those islands flourishes, and its subjects are
in favor with the island authorities. Prince Bis
marck is said to be greatly in lavor of concluing
the proposed bargain, being also-supported in
this case by the Court party, at whose head
stands Prince Ileory, the future Commander-in-Chief
of the German Navy. Opposition will
probably be ofl'ered by the German Liberals and
the rival nations, especially the United States,
who have also made treaties with the islands, and
whose citizens are very numerous there."
It is hardly necesbary to add any comment on
the above. Prince Bismarck has droppEd all his
colonization projects since his failure in tbe
Samoa-Goddefroy affair, and if the offer has
really been made at Berlin, if has certainly been
refused instantly, without another thought.
Prince Henry is a youth of 19, now pursuing
bis naval studies at Kiel, with no more idea of
being leader to the Court party than the man in
tbe moon. The very fact of a piece of news
like the above coming from Singapore instead of
from Berlin, is enough to show the absurdity of
tbe whole matter.
NOTES ON SUGAR.
The last mail from the West Indies briugs the
following news from the plantations: From
Trinidad a very short yield in the field is reported;
so short as to leave no doubt of a large deficiency
in the expected crop. In Jamaica and Barba
dos the weather . was favorable for the crops,
but in December it continued dry and unfavora
ble for putting length on the growing canes.
However it puts sugar into the rat toons, the
juice of which ranges from 17 to 19 per cent, of
sugar, and 1,300 gallons is a common quantity
of juice to make one hogshead of sugar (2,000
lbs. avoirdupois, nett.) At Grenada it was also
dry, and the fields presented a scorched appear
ance, but sugar-making had commenced in some
districts. Tbe cablo reports that the Canadian
House of Commons has just pased a resolution
proposing to exempt home-grown beet root sugar
from excise duty for 8 years to encourage its
cultivation. The British colonies in the West
Indies have therefore another serious competition
to face, resulting from tlie protection of about
$10 per ton in favor of Canadian Sugar. In the
United States they are met with similar protec
tion in favor of sugar grown in Louisiana and the
Hawaiian Islands, while in England they have to
combat with bounties from to 5 per cent,
granted on the export of sugar from various
European countries. The Union Sucriere at
Paris has decided to erect a large 6ugar mill at
Berthicr, in Canada. It will be the first in that
country. In tho Danish inland of St. Johns, of
late years, much of the sugar formerly sent to
England had fjuod its way to the United States,
with increased profit to the planters.
It is officially announced that the detached
squadron under the command of Rear Admiral
the Earl of Clanwilliams, C. B., consisting of
the flagship Inconstant, the corvette Bacchante,
Captain Lord Charles Scott, having on board the
Princes Albert Victor and George of Wales, the
Cleopatra, Carysfort and Tormaline will Bail from
the Cape of Good Hope, where they have been
detained by the Transvaal war, about tbe 31st
ult. for Singapore. It seems, therefore, that the
original Bailing programme of the fleet has been
entirely changed. Captain Ralph Cator, who
commanded the Scout in the Pacific some years
ago, has been appointed to the Lord Warden.
The German bark Ceder, Captain Rohlfs, which
sailed January 5th. from Bremen for Honolulu,
has been spoken February 13th on the line.
IS AT AN END.
Fresh 1. Z. Potatoes !
Just receired? the rerjr ehoicest in the Market, only a Uni
ted supply. Send in your orders early to
myliSt A. W. BUSH, Port Street.
MES. J. BOWLER
WILL GIVE LESSONS IN
FOCAL AO LSTI1111E.TAL 5USIC
AT I1KB RESIDENCE,
X. 39, PALACE WALK.
SEVERAL NEATLY FURNISHED ROOMS
OX EMMA SQ.I" A RK.
ap.19. Im. Apply to J. K. WISEMAN.
NOTICE in REGARD to VACCINATION.
T1HE FOLLOWING MEDICALG EXTLE
MKN will perform raccinatioa tratuitiously for all who
may desire it and who wiil call upon them : lr. M cGresr, at
his office on Hotel street, from 'i till 4 P. M-. on Thursday
nd Friday. Dr. Hoffmann at his office on aiercnant street,
daily from 10 to 11 A. M , Dr. Hutchinson, irom 2 to 4 P.M.,
on Thursday And Triday
N. B. EMERSON, M. D..
Vaccinating officer for the Island of Oabu.
PART OF A HOUSE WITH STABLE AND
Coach House, suitable for one or two Bachelors or a
Harried Couple without children. No other lodgers. Address
te (my 7 ltf J- WISEMAN, Merchant sireet.
including all extras.
rjlHE I'XDERSIGNEI) BEUSTolxFOBM
ft hi Customer! sod the public generally that
HE WILL RE.MOVE
Dig Busioesa to the
SHOPS ON QUEEN STREET,
AdjoiQing H. II ACKFELO & CO..
On or about Monday, May 16
Where he will be prepared to
MANUFACTURE ALL KINDS
Cane and Dump Carts,
Also, to attend to
I SHALL ALSO KEEP A
Full and Complete Stock
Paints, Varnishes, Refined Bar Iron,
Norway and fwede Iron, Horse-shoes,
Cumberland Coal, Oak, Ash and Hickory Plants,
White Wood, dec, 4c.
"Which I Will Offer
BED ROCK PRICES
All Orders Filled with Promptness and D it patch.
Thanking the public for past patronage. I hope BY A CON
STANT KN UK V0R TO SATISFY HY PATRONS, to merit
a continuance of the same,
HONOLULU AND SAN FRANCISCO
PRINCIPAL OFFICES No. 110 Sutter
street, San Francisco, and basement of
Hawaiian Hotel, Honolulu.
rjpHIS COMPANY Wllili FORWARD
Advances Made on Consignments.
Collections and Commissions
All Kinds Carefully Executed,
GENERAL EXPRESS BUSINESS,
Attended to promptly in all parts of the
S3?" 1 3IESSECEB WILL DE DISP1TCIIED FEB
Kill! 31.1 1 L STKA3IFE.
Superintendent for the Hawaiianllslands
General Agent for the Islands of Hawaii
UK. WEBB will viit the islands as soon as the qmiraotin
is raised, to establish Offices and Kzpress Koutrs. m;7 I
At tbe Auction Rooms of BARTOW & TUCKER, and at the
Store or CONCHEE A HUNG, on Fort street,
may be seen
T "A7" O VBR.T"
HANDSOME CENTRE TABLES,
Every Variety of Island Woods,
THE3E TABLES ARE
And are offered at the rery
LOW PRICE,-$70 FOR ONE,
AND $80 FOR THE OTHER.
XT CALL AND EXAMINE. mj7 lm
FOR tS A TiE :
36 CASES OF LIME JTICE, 1-QrART BOTTLES,
SO TINS COFFEE, ii LBS. EACH,
I CHEST TEA,
1 CASK OLIVE OIL,
40 IR0. TAXKS, 400 CALLOXS EACH,
50 Rra prxenEoxs,
And Sundry Small Stores too numerous to mention,
ply to tbe Captain on board the " Highflyer.'
mVR. II. MACFARLANE
1.1 JL to sign
sign our firm name by procuration from this date.
G. W. MACr AKLAPi K tf CO.
Honolaiu, May 0th, 1S31. my!4 it
!1R. W. L. GREEV AND MR. II. MAC
I'M. FARLANE, will act for me, under a joint Power of
Attorney, during iny absence from the Kingdom.
G. W. MACfA RLANR.
Honolulu, May 8th, 1881. myl4 6t
NEW LAW OFFICE.
TIT" C. JONES. (Ark) Alt.rsiey mud Cun-
V elIor at Law and General Land Agent and Collector,
will practice in all Courts or tbe several Islands In the King
dom. Office, over Alien 4c Robinson's, Qaeen Street, Hono
lulu, H. I.
Jan i ei
Agent tor tne Hawaiian isnww.fjsj "
To direct the Attention of the
Inhabitants of the
THE FOLLOWING FACTS:
The business or P. LiSSETTER tc C:. (Limited)
is to Import and bare on Sale erery description of
ENGLISH HARDWARE, '
And ibeir Depot in Sydney contains the largest assortment of
WHICH CAS BB FOCSD IN THE
Bfiy Lists and Catalogues sent post free ""a
The facilities afforded by the steamers of tbe Australian and
New Zealand Mail Steamship Co., enable purchasers, to
TUK SANDWICH ISLANDS
to obtain goods in
Large or small quantities every month..
LIST OF SOME OF THE DEFART3IESTC.
Galvanized Corrugated Roofiog Iron, to ton cases,
Fencing Wire, all sizes, In colls,
Paints, Oils, Colors, and Paint Crashes,
Bar Iron and Blacksmith's Tools,
Wheel wrlglit's and Carpenter's Edge Tools,
Nails, Locks, and Builder's Fittings.
Shot Guns, Creech Loaders, Rifles of all sorts,
Revolvers, Repeating weapons, &c., &.c.
Ammunition and Cartridges for all sorts of
Slastlng Powder, Djrnamite, and Mining
Explosives of all kinds.
AG Rl CULTURAL 'IMPLEMENTS
AS FOLLOWS :
Plows, H.irrows, Cultivators, Chaff Cotters,
Mowing Machines (for Lawn or Grain),
Threshing Machines, &c, &.C., tt.
EVERYTHING WANTED IN HOTELS OR
PRIVATE RESIDENCES WILL, BE
Ft) V S U IS O i: It W A R EH O I S E.
Cooking Stoves, Cooking Vtcukils, Reive?, Forks
and Spoons, Dining Room Plated Ware,
Earthenware Dinner Services,
China Tea and Coffee Sets,
Glass Tumblers, Wiae Glasses, and Decanters.
Drawing Room Stoves and Ornaments,
METALLIC BEDSTEADS IN GREAT
All sizes of Horsehair and other Mattrasses.
Palliasses, Pillows. Jte.
Washing Machines, Mangles, Wringing Machines,
STABLE AND OA KDEN TOOLS A LARGE
Hall Tables, Bronzed Iron Hat and Coat Stands,
Garden tables and VERA.DAU CUAIRS from a
CUM: A IPWARDS.
Saddle's and Bridles of English make.
8- WRITE FOR LISTS, "a
F. LASSETTERT Co., (limited),
.Ap. 16,6m. J S
TO ANY ONE IN THE
The Cnder.Igned U rend to back man, to be
noniluaied bj him.
To Jump a Standing Jump,
3 sr 5 JUMPS WIT II OCT WEIGHTS,
Any Other jVIan or jVXen
IN THIS EINGDOM.
Challenga Open from now till the
11th of June.
I 60 Kids; Street.
WING W0 TAI & CO.,
Have Constantly on Hand.
At their Fireproof Store, opposite Mobsman's, Nauanu street,
A FULL LINE OF
JAPAN and CHINA TEAS,
Both High and Lost Priced, according to Quality.
Also A fall asst. of Plantation Supplies, all kinds.
Always on hand a LARGE STOCK OF RICE.
they being Agent lor three plantations.
A few of those FANCY SILK PARL0RSCREE.S lef
jal'811 WING WO TAI fc CO.
FIRE V ORKS
Fourth or Jly9 1881.
f BICKERING V CO., ARB AGENTS FOR
ALFRKD B. KCKSTJCIN, Manufacturer of Hre Works
of all descriptions.
SHIP LIGHTS AND SIGNAL LIGHTS
OFFICE-IO FlrM St., Smm FraaeW.
07 Circulars and Price Lists may be obtained At the offlc
of the undersigned. Send in your Orders at once.
PICKERING & CO.,
Corner of fort and Eiog Streets.
myl 4 lm
ONLY SIX STALLS LEFT
XDesix-ingr to,Secure Them
Training of their Stock for June 11,
Had belter apply At once to
myl41t . C. E. WILLIAMS ChAirmsjn,