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THE PACIFIC COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER, FEBRUARY 9; 1884.
LATEST FOREIGN NEWS.
. ( )c; mie's Co.'s S. S. Mariposa,
How trd, .nrived at noon yester-
.-, with i.t t to the 1st instant. The
.n- tli- i.:tf-t n-w.- item.-.:
" ..ijr-h-u.iio:i of further Socialistic
!i ;S I' -l t t'a ;p!' jt ion ot c.n
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lark, out they
ill T;i.: i)iK ii!ii
'S. 1 j'.; Ixjilce
; t.'.it til'.- i hs -o .'.-l -M i a sir.inger
cii.. mber a : n : .'ne li:i--11'!
had b.i.ir-d the floor and
i'-t anyone in, 'oat alt -r a short
alT'.'.St e '.. He sani tin- pl'e
;M S !i':r:ti:IKli.'-tr Wii - s- d U i I that
j.: I. : I'tilfii ash , ami when hr- vijk;
he lo'in-i himself locked in a iwx. .ia:he
;u. .::-- n-t runients. tap;..- measures, wires,
vt:.. 'v-i'y i on him. He is an eugi-
.iiiil a. iava;ian. Ine police uuve
aud obviate the necessity of issuing any violate the provisions of the treaty, if j lations which had existed between :
more capital stock or bands. t such construction could be avoided. It ; the greatest ot Km pi res and this !
Vennor says that on the ord and 4th Feb- w i-therefore held that a Chine.su laborer ; smallest of Kingdoms from the days
ruarv the severest snowstorm of the sea- wL,t -V:i h"r :it th khitx of the treaty, : of Kotzebue onwards, evidenced once;
son will take plac-. Ib predicts a com- Who I.xt th- country before the law! more in a delightful manner by the
v. em iiu ojKi.iu u. uini "p a-mm ..eu . uonorauie recepiion i ms .Majesty's
without jiroduciiij; a Custom-house cer- Knvo at the Kmperor's Court and iy
tirlc ite, v.hich it w as impossible for him; the handsome present from tile Km- ;
ta obtain, a:i t taat it was inadunssi'ol", if ; peror to King Kalakaua of which
n-.t in ivc. u:, to imoaie to Cou-ress when Captain I liltebrandt had been the
h-;isiatiii-g to carry into effect our treaty : honored bearer. Captain Hiltebrandt .
.:ta Chi'.ia, th :!iteuiion to deprive ..expressed in feeling ter ms the gratili
I i-j v rs. wh's- ii'ht t c :ue and y:o of cation lie had received from His Ma
Thrii own :r-.r wiii m I aceo:l, we ex- jesty and from all vvhom he had been
pheitly r joiiiz-.d and s-.ciued by the brought in contact wi h in Honolulu
treaty, o: that . ir;ht by . x acting as a . n- : ami at the splendid hospitality ex
ditiou of its -icise tii- production ot" u 1 tended to him that evening,
cernriea: which it was out of their power The material part of the Premier's
plete blockade on Monday, the 1th.
The Newfoundland sealing steam-r
liear Was sold on :ilst January to the
American Government fr use by the
Grefciy reib-f expr-dition. She is of the
same age, tonnage and build as the lost
Cardinal Luii 3J.dk, Uishop o: Saiiua,
is df.-ad, ile was born in Piedmont in
lblO, and was Cl'-aO- I Cardinal iiisliop in
Ib'io. lit? was thought hk-dy t b the
successor fI I 'U'e Ji.'H.
LIST OF LETTERS
).m ni.i; in Tin: ; 1 : n ; : it imm-
V 1I-It i;. f. i.re iry ;
l . s
Ti:e report that Admiral CwUlh-.'t had
att'-Jiipt-. d to storm iJ-icuinh atui had b;.-n
lejiulsf'd. is pro;i'Ullced to be without
L'l. Jrt'(ticc reasserts that Admiral
Courbet latelv att-icked Uacninh and was
Returns of the- elections on aui
Hid Hawaii were received yesterday
repulsed with loss ccpial to those sustained , by the styameis Kinau ami Planter
hospitality was under the manage
ment of Von OeUialleii. A.- a chrf ht
has few superiors, ami he exeelletl
himself on this ccasinn. Added to
. J the good things of the itible was some
; excellent music by the Hawaiian
1 Minstrels who gave the following pro-
at Sontay. The same paper says that the ; The following are the results :-
French met 20,000 well-armed and strong-
gramme of well chosen pieces: The
1 itussiau nvniii, Hawaii 1'onoi. rweet 1
. ' 1
vc-cj to snow that he was reconnoiter- ' ly posted Chinese regulars under the walls ; r x-iwahi (elected oOO ! a" j'r -n r om
i J- -aaui, leatcicu; oou , U;l 7 and I will never forget The
. 1). H. Hitchcock, (elected) 4So besides other native songs. Captain
i oiiuffjtion with a plot to assassi- i of Uacuinh
uat, tne emperor. ine Upera House is The bo,bes of the victims 01 the Jean- ! D. B. Wahine
:iow strongly guarded by soldiers and po- , n(.tte An.tit. expedition arrived at Moscow ' J. K. Akina,
Yw Ihere is ruu.-ii excitement. oU 2Sth January. The American residents 1 K P. Hoai,
An -'.rgMit summons issued by the lint- i placed llowers and wreaths on the hearse. : PUNA.
h Conservatives' -'whip'7 states that an j The Egyptian Government has borrowed i J. M. Kauwila, (elected)...
i:r...:.timvir. relative to the Egyptian poli- j 9o0,000 from liothschild for six months ! IvCKoa,
cy '- Government will b ' moved to the J at six per cent. j KOHALA.
address in reply to the Queen's speech, j Hussia m:lkes a formal demand that Godfrey Brown, (elected) .
aud thiit an important division will in all j Turkey immediately pay the 250,000 i Ci. P. Kamauoha
J. W. Moauauli,
I Hiltebrandt expressed himself as es
pecially delighted with the perform
ances of our native minstrels.
lability be taken on the 7th of Feb
rr.ary. There will also be another Uivis- Turco-lCussiau war.
ion :i the 11th of February, when iJrad- j
1! , L!..nf i
;au "h viii uiitiiin n I'lAi. iii.-t ill
still owing iva indemnitv exacted after the
The London Stock Exchange was as
tocuded at the announcement of the fail
ure vi 1 W. Thomas, Sous & Co.,
brokers. Uusiness is almost at a stand
still. The firm owes inside of the Stock
Exchange 35,000, and customers S00,
000. The assets are believed to be nil.''
The Cornish Bank and Insurance Com
pany aio great sufferers.
A deputation from the Leeds Liberal
Conference called upon Gladstone and
submitted resolutions in favor of a further
ttention of the suffrage. Gladstone
said they would be made aware of the in
tentions of the Government tn a few days
and it would b out of place to give par- , miloje 0f February.
A hundred and twenty-seven new news- !
j papers have been started in Japan during
I IX S. Kiihookano,
ROYAL HAWAIIAN AGRICUL
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t.. Mnl1ftAnAlC. Williams 104
The excitement in Canton and the sur
rounding country has again risen 10 fever
pitch, and further outrages on foreigners
are reported. Two American Protestant
missionaries and a Itoman Catholic priest
have recently had to flee into Shameeu for
their lives, and their places of worship
have been destroyed. It is now next to
impossible for a foreigner to trust himself
in the streets of Canton.
Haiphong, January 24th. The French
attack on Bacninh is postponed till the
tieulars now. "What was wanted was union ,
in the Government itself. The country j
should Vie on its guard against direct and
indiiect methods of opposion. In conclu
sion he expressed the hope that the depu
:i. n would find that the promises held out
"rv the various members of the Government
not bi unfulfilled.
A prominent Washington friend of the
Nicaragua Canal Company h;is received a
J. Kamakele. (elected) 225
J. Kalama, 118
Kapule, ... 13
L. H. P. Kauealio, (elected) 353
V. O. Smith, (elected) 355
Geo. E. Richardson, 255
V. B. Keano, 143
M. Kealoha, 69
J. Haole, 48
S- Maule, 34
T. 15. Cunimings,
i letter from Nicaragua, written by a native j
Tj All A IN A.
J. W.Kalua, (elected) 190
JL. Aholo, (elected) 181
Kia Nahaolelua, 140
,h annual report of the Anglo-Ahieri-u.::
y '.O'A:- Company refers to the Alackay
::.( s'-h-ui-e as among the elements of
e eoxuetition, and says it has
citizen of that country, in which the canal
project is spoken of as deplorable, but a
recognized fact for the present. The writer
expressed hope for the future, believing j
the canal would be built through some j
other (unspecified) instrumentality than j
that of the existing company. Conces- j
sions from the Nicaraguau Government
j D. Kamaiopili...
j J. liichardson (elected) 75
I J. Kaukau, ,
J. K. Nahaku
Kaiuahino, 1 I .s,OW8 an,i that Judge McCully be deputed
The Hoard of Mauageincu r of the lloyal j
Hawaiian Agricultural Socie'v licld a meet- i
iug vesterdav afternoon at tIi.- oIVkv of Dr. !
McKibben. At a meeting held last week it I
avus resolved to a.sk the Directors of Kapio-
laid Park what facilities they would grant
to the Society for holding the annual show
on their premises. Hon. A. S. Cleghorn
and Mr. Jaeger were deputed to interview
the Park Directors on this subject, and they
nw reported that their enquiries had been
met by the following resolution passed by
the Directors on the motion of Mr. S. G.
"Wilder, viz :
" That the Hawaiian Agricultural Society
be allowed the; use of such grounds at Kap
iolani Park, for tht? erection of buildings, at
such terms as may b agreed upon by our
committee and the committee representing
the Hawaiian Society, and approved by the
loard of Directors, and that we hereby ten
der our support and co-operation in such
matters as may tend to make their Agricul
tural and Stock shows a success."
Mr. Cleghorn also reported that he and
Mr. Jaeger had visited the Park, in com
pany with a Committee of the Diiectors,
and had selected the area on the mauka
side of the race-course as the most suitable
site for the Society's buildings. It was re
solved that arrangements be concluded with
the Park Association for securing from them
a nermancnt location for the Societv's
J. Gardner, (elected) 154
S(1ITTU KOXA .
expires m September next, and requires a Wabimi. eleeted
..-s-:ue.l a d. finite form. The report j previous expenditure of $2. 000,000 on the j ' north KoNA
s i; further comment in the matter, i Work to make it permanently valid. j pjij (eleCted)
ir Samuel iJaker writes taut thepostion a hurricane passed over ijonaon on me , Hoanili,
i General Gordon, alone and entirely un- ( Gth January and much damage was done , 1 Xahale
; teutcil in the deserts of Soudan, and i in the city and many persons injured, j KAU.
The glass roof of the Westminster Aqua- j jvuuhane. (elected)
Hum was demolished during the perform- j Kapaiiu,
:ince. A panic ensued and several per- ; jioloKAI AND LANAI.
sons wt'ie hurt. A printing ofiice in Hay- j K Kupiiieilf (elected; 208
market was unroofed and a boy killed, j y -ni-..! 'j ca. Telected) 20S
bcarine: a large sum 01 money, is not only
j?.irc:nciy d uigi.'rous, but a direct chal
lenge t disaster. His friends ctrtainly
v-.oh ids movements and await develop
nz: with the keenest anxiety.
Th'jNew York Commercial Advertise)
ys: The street believes that as Mr Sage j
..-I Mr. Gould have gotten their grip on
. ; Manv vesstls were wrecked and a large t
number of lives lost. Telegraphic cotu-
Bv the steamer "James Makee
:ve Northern Pacific road, they will event- ;
r.illv .iwn the entire business formerly
munication with the Continent and also 1
! the Atlantic cables were interrupted for
i we have the following-, ay to Kauai
several hours. A storm also raged in
LIIIL'K AND KOLOA.
l.,rL iriKv:iA- :i?)d tf'lerrr.iiih commuui- 1 v
, , ni'-n l . " , . . j o x ;
no vn tne illards. , in jdl airectious auJ WAIMEA AND NIIIIAU.
Cr.'.dstreet reports a meeting ot the Di- , prostrated Much damage was done W. Kowell (elected)
.r r.ors of the Merchants' and Mechanics . tLp suburbs iUul m.mv persons injurei
in the streets. An immense number of 1 Hon. G. B. Palohau (elected).
lamps and windows were wrecked, trees
;iprootel and chimneys demolished.
T" ...b.'r.l. eiieti1!JlDil
r o: ieauviiie, uien nas .uouuiu
--L-.n it was developed that the bank will
f-9 cciiis without calling on the stock-
rold-.rs. I'he bank will reorganize ana , A curious case under the Chinese '
v orou un the -1th February. The Presi- ! ttv;lty has been disposed of in San Fran- j
,n-."s Management has been honest and , cisco hy jiuige Horlmaun. The following
conservative. , extract frem the decision gives the gist of j
Our account ot" the elections on Oahu
will be found on the next page.
to draft an agreement for submission to the
On behalf of Mr. S. M. Damon. Mr. Cleg
horn then reported that Hon. C. It. bishop
had agreed to sell a large building, now
standing on Mr. Pidiop's premises in Emma
street, to the Society for the nominal price
of SG00. Mr. liishop's oftVr was accepted
The Chairman. Hon. A. F. Judd reported
that the tender of the proprietors of the (in-
! zette for advertising and printing the pro
gramme of the Society's next show, being
the lowest, has been accepted.
During the meeting it was mentioned
that Mr, James Campbell had promised to
give a m inch pipe from the main of his
artesian water permanently for its use of
i the Society at the Park without charge.
1 A letter received from Mr. Stephen Spen
I cer bv the Mariposa was read. Enclosed
I with it was a sample of the Society's medals.
S Mr.Spencer intimated that the. medals would
be ready for transmis-dor: by 1st February.
There were present: Hon. A. F.Judd, Vice
President in the chair. Hon. A.S. Cleghorn,
i Hon. L. McCully, D. McKibbhi and Messrs.
! A. Jaeger and . S. Webb.
DINNER TO CAPTAIN HILTE-DRANDT.
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Lewes, W t'
Lewis, Frank V
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MeCh lanit, Mrs T F.
M:iili!ilii, Miss I sain 1
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Matliison, Huwid i
May, Mrs M A
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Thv annual meeting of the Council t)f j
t.-.- r'ouiinion Alliance has cammenced.
The object of the alliance is to secure the
tot.-.l suppression of the li'juor trathc.
l?-olutions were submitted by the
ir.a.li.'.n (ioverument to Parliament to
itiicrir the loan by the Government to
Canadian Pacific llailroad Company
500,000 cash, payable in 1 S'd 1 , at
'percent, interest. Of this $7,500,000
i-i to be advanced immediately and the
i. ..!.;i::e as tne wors. on i'.i. iu.'- -.
The date of this treat v is
His Excellency W. 2l. Gibson the
November 17, 1SS0. The date of the pas
sage of the law is Hay 0, 1SS2. During j Minister of Foreign Affairs' and Pre
tlds interval large numbers of Chinese la- j mier,eiitertained Captain Hiltebrandt
borers who were protected by the treaty j of His Imperial Russian Majesty's
have left the country, of course, unpro- ship Rasboijnick tit dinner on Fri
witb fiKtnm House certificates, for i dav evening. The guests invited to
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there was no law then existing which re
quired them to obtain them or authorized
the Custom House authorities to furnish
them. The language of the law is ambig
uous and perhaps admits the construction
:d to the - 000,000 cash ! that the laborers who left this country
Very iieavy rains during the early part of
A big st'ne roiled down tli liill at
Kakpa, between Kijahulu and Kaupo. and
blocked up the roa.b
Smoke stack put up tor the Ueciprocity
Sugar ('ompany on Thursday last.
Messrs. T. K. Clarke V Co. at Kipahulu
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Mseli, K 4
Forter, ("has .'
Fratt, JI A
Fotter, ;e:j S-
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.imi'.oii, Jo. ',
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Weils, (Jlurei. "
Woid, N L-U
Woo. I, Mrs y A
Weeks (' ipt W F I
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for letters 'I' ' l-" '1' li-'t
est. to ask for ' AdvortisM
il m. wnrrNi;v,
Dissolntion of Cojartncrshij.
meet Captain Hiltebrandt were His j
Kxcellency Chas. T. Gulick, Minister
of the Interior, His Kxcellency John j iav,; put up a new ilume and they will cow
M. Kapena Minister of Finance, His j mence grinding next week.
Kxcellency Paul Neumann, Attorney- j 1 j
General, and J. W. Pfluger, Esq. the; . ut wbv icl vou leave vour last
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-t-1 lv th- original charter. ! uunng ine iuiei;ii a u.i . wuiuu - ..v. . place asKed Airs. irown. ""un, aiuui,
- r. , r , )V. .,mouI1ts tuSpJ,500,00, should be required to prouuee me ui.um , Russian JMiipiu-. v 4 " i'1"4 I replied the young person, with a toss ot
.... oaK.nce no.. ,1,,". r-'iilro'id is ! House c-rtiticate provided in the Act. It j to be an extremely pleasant ona. ; shalK,less Lci.ti they was that mean
V" rrtvrr nt on m ikin- the I was not doubted by the Court that if the j Among the toasts that ot His Impe- , tb h WRS aQ iiviu' id 'em. If you
. Z ."J 500 000 hasthelirst charge 1 treat v and the law were irreconcilaoly , rnx Majesty the Czar Alexander belav it, mum, 'twas only yistcrday that
'a The amount ad- ' condicting the duty of the Court was to had of course a prominent place. -AIr- 1 Wellt iutil the pailor and there was two
" V,' ". V", ' , lf th() f..lsh sub. j obev the requirements of the law, but it j Gibson in proposing this referred m of tho KUrruls a piaying on one peeany,
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TiUtc the. whole line to the Pacific Ocean 1 should be given to tne taw wni,n - which ue is au
NiiTK K 1 HKltKUV IJIVLN JHAT Till:
' i-partnersiiip heretofore evistin hetWfcn
J. (. HAKOKK and II . F. IlKK'I KI.MANN,
' ::ider the firm name and style f
HARDEE & BERTELMANN,
Froprietors of the Fnterprise Flailing Mi'.'.
Is thi. day dissolved hy mutual consent, 31. T
Jirtelmanii retiring. '1'he business will hereaft-r
he arrie.l on by Chitrle J. Jlardee. lndividuuily,
who will .-u-stii:).' all liabilities of, and eo'.b-i . :,'i
t the o'lt-tiiiidini,' aecoiintsdue to .sitiil lirrj .
C. J. HA KDKK.
1 1 . F. l!KlM i:i,M n n.
j Dated Honolulu. January lsl.
1 li lerri.is' to the above. 1 uo-.ill r.-'. " 'J il'.y
i notifv all iarti' o'.'. iir the :J:t.-rpi; M '1. tliai I
I d-sin- to. and mut-t. -ios.. all aeronnts hie cn or
r..,.M.rv lt lssl Wolld eunie-t!
re'i'iest that they ,-ome for-.v;ird and settle at
'TThankii!' my friend. ;md the jet', Me i:, qe-rer.il
for their patronage i:i the pa.t, :md .so'.h iti i.; '
conti!il!:.:iei' ,f the same i:i the Juture, 1 :.'i,
C. J. HARDEE,
j .j-.-it , Fri p- 'f tor I'.nterpr:.-' i.J.