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THE PACIFIC COMMEECIAL ADVERTISER, MAIICH 29, 1884
Appeal noted to Intermediary Court. JIofTgchlaeger &. Co. vs. An. D. Dayton, i;sxci6hee. Aeaumpsit for $58 2o. Defendant confessed judgment. Oar ihhee ordered to pay in on account of tLi? judgment any balance lie may hve in hand. 8. J. Levey A Co. A. Del.. .. At-hunijit for 141 15. .Settled oat of Co.:: :. LATEST FOREIGN NEWS. The Oceanic Co. ' steamer Alameda. Captain Morse, arrived on Saturday nomine, 6 dayH and 1C hours lrorn San -Francisco. She brings dates to the 15th instant. The following is n brief vum tary of the principal news items: Prince Henry of Prussia and the G Cr etan Embassador were at the Paddington depot in a room directly above the cloak room in which the dynamite was recently feund and at the exact moment of the explosion at the Victoria depot. The Sun's London cablegram bays: The tpeech from the throne at the opening of the German Reichstag is held to indicate the conclusion of an arrangement, practi cally amounting to a formal treaty of al liance, between Russia, Germany and Aus tria. The Czar pledges himself not to at tack Austrian possessions, to recognise the occupation of Bosnia and reject for a certain period any combination with France and Austria, meantime desisting from her onward march to Salonica, and guarantees, along with Germany, to pre sent war. The commercial situation in Havana is rery critical. Low prices of sugar tight ness of the money market and general dis trust are accelerating a crisis that may in volve all branches of business. At Sagua, Rodriguez A: Co., sugar exporters, have failed, the liabilities exceeding $2,000,000. At Cardinas, Myares fc Co., banking an commission merchants, also engaged in engar exporting, have suspended, being heavily involved in the failure of Rodri guez. Mackellar !t Luliug are in difficul ties of long standing. The sugar market is depressed by scarcity of sugar exporters, so many of whom have failed during the last few years. One or two other bankers in Havana are regarded with distrust. General Graham telegraphs concerning the last battle in the Soudan that five offi cers and eighty-six men were killed, eight officers missing. The rebels numbered from ten to twelve thousand. Three offi cers and seven men of the Naval Brigade -were killed at the guns. Over 2,000 rebels leere killed. The rebels charged regard less of their great loss. Bismarck walked to the Reichstag at the recent opening, lor the lirst time in several years. Crowds of jieople filled the streets and followed the Prince, who was everywhere greeted with cheers. The Chancellor was highly gratified at his re ception and repeatedly expressed hjs tfcanki. John J. O'Brien, ex Assistant Secretary cf the Saa Francisco Harbor Commission, Las been found guilty and sentenced to 10 years' imprisonment, In passing sen tence, Judge Toohy said : 4 The law pro vides a ver- light punishment for this of fense. It is one of the anomalies of Jes islation that offences of this character are only punishable by one of the lightest penalties connected with th. criminal statutes. The heaviest sentence that can be given to you, is not at all commensur ate with tho enormity of the offense of which you have been found guilty. There fore, so far as leniency is concerned, I cannot exercise it in this cas. It i9 the judgment of the !aw and the sentence of the Court, now, that you be imprisoned in the State Prison of the State of California ui San Quentin. for the period of ten years.' Minister Hunt is de.id. The liags of ILe Navy Department and Navy Yard were placed at half mast on the Hh iust. in respect to the memory of Minister Hunt, whose funeral took pl-et- at St. Petersburg. Much anxiety j-. f .-It in England in re paid to the situation at Khartoum. A Times Alexaud: ia dispatch says: 4 "It is proverbial that three ooursts are possible to leave General Gordon to his fate, to dispatch English trojps to Khartoum, or to import Indian troops. The policy of doing nothing has not hitherto achieved signal success. Tonciuin advices report that the Freneh eolemn advancing upon Baeninh from Kaidzuong has had a successful engage ment with the enemy. It is rumored that serious news has been received re Carding the French advance on Baeninh. The Government's silence on the sub ject causes gTeat irritation. A report is current in Hongkong that General Millot has opened a cannonade upon Baeninh. At Canton there are all the signs of prolonged tvar. Xo hostility j to foreigner is nhewn, however. j President Arthur has made the follow- i ing nominations : Francis M. Gunnell, Surgeon-General and Chief of the Bureau of Medicine ana Surgery in tho Navy; VuIIiam N. Lunn of Pennsylvania, Gov- j ernor of Idaho; John C. Perry of New York, Chief-Justice of tke Supreme Court I of Wvoming Territory; Norman Buck of j Idaho. A&soeiate Justice of the Supreme Court of Idaho Territory; William F. Fitz gerald of Mississippi, Associate Justice of the Supreme Court of Arizona Territory; P. H. Call. Register of the Land Office at Susanville, Cal. ; Harvey Carpenter, of Nevada, Receiver of Public Moneys at Eureka, Nev. The British authorities offer a reward of .3,090 for the detection of the authors of the dynamite outrages. Extraordinary precautions are being taken to insure the safety of Buckingham Palace, The movements of all persons lurking in the neighborhood are closely watched. London, March 4th. Nellis, the Irish informer who surrendered to the Greenock Police, states that the murderers of the Earl of Leitrim were Patrick McLaughlin, traveling Fenian head center, Thomas Hunt and Michael McGinn. He save he heard McLaughlin confess that he shot Lord Leitrim. The murder was planned in London. The last he knew of Mc Laughlin's movements was that he went to Dublin in 1882, and gave Carey two knives and '60 of the Secret Society funds. London, March 4th. Hongkong advic es to the 14th instant report a collision had ocearred between Chinese soldiers and Europeans at Shanghai. A small body of the former asssuilted the latter and wounded two with the bayonet. Curbing, one of the oldest circus men in the United States, died on the 3rd of March in New Hampshire. He was inti mately connected with Howes, June and many others equally well known to peo ple of the last generation. Mrs. Langtry has finally decided not to go to Ansirr.lia this year, as she feels she is not in strong enough health to stand such v, journey. After her San Francisco engagement, which begins June ICth and closes on the 2Mb, .she will return to Nev,' York and sail for England. The following items are culled from pa pers per S.S. Australia, which brings dates to the 17th instant London, March 1C. It is rumored that the Government, desiring to test the opin ion of the country in regard to the Egyp tian policy, and fearing that obstruction in the present Parliament will thwart the franchise bili. has decided to dissolve Par liament, and informed the Queen of this decision, through the Chamberlain, who dined at Windsor Castle last evening. Paris. March Hi. The French advance on Baeninh has begun. General de Lisle is marching upon Thoinguyen and General Negreier upon Lonson. Prime Minister Ferry has reopened ne gotiations with Marquis Tseng for a treaty based upon the condition that the Freuch be allowed t retain possession of Bae ninh. Suakin, March 1C. Admiral Hewett. Genera! Graham, and the chief inhabi tants had a meeting to-day, and it result ed in the issue of a proclamation which of fered a reward of one thousand pounds for the eapinre of Osman Didma, "whose lies and treachery misled the Soudanese, and caused great bloodshed. :' Admiral Hewett interrogated the inhab itants as to whether the friedr.ly tribes would co-operate with the British troops in opening the road to Berber, and releas ing the garrison. The genera? opinion was that these tribes would co-opert with the British. Thirty sheiks were present at the Vieetiug. Leading sheiks between Shendy aH.J Khartoum iuve declared in favor of El Mahdi. r;v:ei."-I Gordon telegraphs that there is no immediate danger at Khar toum Haggis's tribe have given their ad herence to General Gordon, thus stem ming the advance of Sheik El Obeid to the Nile. General Gordon has built a strong fortified camp on the oppodtis side of the Blue Nile snd has stationed a strong force there to prevent the advance of El Obeid. At a Tetty Sessions held iu Sussex, En gland, lately, of six wi; u-.-sses called, only one could sign his name. It is not necessary for an unmarried man to join the Episcopal Church in or der to become a confirmed old bachelor. The letter is a criterion for voun" men. It always make a huge thing out of a brig. -Jiwertisfmniis. NOTICE. j A. S. CLSGHORN & CO., Importers and dealers, at the old corner of lorth and Waianuenue street.", Hdo. Como Qoo-o. Coxxioll. A.ai secure your bargains at reduced rates, here you will ind a lare assort ment of GENERAL MERCHANDISE, DRY GOODS, cjLOTiuarc FA.HCY c;oois. BOOTS AXI NIIOEN, IIAHIU AltF. AXD SADDLERY. And all poods that are kept in a well found country store. Ireh Grocerien received by every vessel from the Coat. Travelers en route for the Volcano will do well in calling and securing saddles, bridles, rub ber coats. oct l-33w CREAM CANDIES. I?. TVXcIiierny, Importer fc Home Manufafacturer of CANDIES OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS, No. 112 Fort St., Just above Hotel St. Has Just made large additions to his establishment and is now orepared to furnish to the trade, the Honolulu public, and residents on the other Islands, the very fineBt of HOME-MADE AND IMPORTED CANDIES, Of all description at very reduced. Prices. Receives Fresh Candies by every arrival. He Guarantees the purity of his goods. The CREAM CANDIES are a. speciality with him, and are a specialty with him, and are made by the best manufacturers in California, and received fresh by every steamer. Soda, m7Jr&L&irP And all Kinds of ICED DRINKS. The best Ice Cream in the City. The best brand of choice CIGARS id ways on hand, oct 1 -S3w MORRIS & KENNEDY, Raler its K .A. R T S T7 x srr AND ARTISTS' 31ATERIALS. 19 and 21 Post Street, San I'Vuneiseo. Opposite MatkGftio Tern pit?. " f eb - w-;irn IMS m 'FIX A.:STD iheat Iron Workers. IMumUer. Roofer and nsfitters. Alt kicclr. rt 'Hnw-pre reariy iriade or made to order. s'o. 54r Kino: Street, Opposite i'olioo Station. o 111 names 'and capacities being well known amongst the communitv of Honolulu, as well as on thr- other Islands, it would be super f. nous to add that till work entrusted to us wii! b- Jonf in a Sat Is lac-lory Manurr. Botii i;i rttrard dlspafh. to workmanship, price and KXGLINfi, CJIAS. .x.MITll. WENXPJR & CO. -Manufarturerp acd Importers of Diamonds, Fine Jewelry., VT ATCIl ES, (iUI.l) AND SILVER WAP.E, Fort street, opposite Odd Fellows' Hal', Honolulu. II. I. Em?ravinr, and all kinds of Jewelry made t order. Watches, Clocks and Jewelry repaired. fell-wlim C. GERTZ, IMrOBTKR AND DEALER IN Boots t Shoes, also French Dressing. 9o. to. Tort tree;, iiocoluln. o!3 im-vt FREE ART 04LLERY G. LUCAS, Contractor and -Bnildei 4 Honolulu Steam Planing MILLS A , ii l3gjSii;it Esplanade, Honolulu, H. I. Manufactures all kind.- of Slonldings, Brackets, Window Frames, Doors, Sashes. Blinds and all kinds of Wood work finish. TURNING & SCROLL SAWING. All kinds of Planing and Sawing, Morticing and Tenoning. Plans, SoecifleRtionH, Detailed Draw ing:t and estimate furnished upon Application. Plantation Work of all Kinds, dither in Brick, Wood. Iron or Stone Con struction Door in Workmanlike manner, and at reasonable price. ORDERS PROMPTLY ATTENDED And Work (Juaranteed. Orders from the other Islands solicited, oct 1 83-w BEYOND COMPETITION! R. More & Co., King: Street, (between Bethel and Fort.) ElAIKINO AND COXSTltrCTIO? 1j of all kinds of Machinery and Smith's work. GUNS & PISTOLS For Sale and Repaired. Having STEAM POWER, IMPROVED TOOLS and SKILLED WORKMEN, we can execute all kinds of work in our line. NEATNESS Ar DISPATCH. MORE & CO., 7 King: Streel. IfonolaCa. oct 1 83-w JOHN BOWLER, PLAIN Ornamental & Stucco Plasterer. Artificial Stone Sidewalks Laid. Ceraeuthi in all its Branches. Whitening, Calsoniluii:-: jiinl .fobbiuz Tromptly attentted to. Asbestos Steaia Pipe toiler (outIihc, Don in the b-t uwiincr. uud by fperiem.-ed workmen. As to ability to peil'urni work in our line, we b-x to refer tin? oublic 5eiuia:iy to the resitlenre of Sain'l (J. Wilder, H. 11. Ruth Keeliko'.ani and Hon. C. JT. Judd. T.J" Leave Orders at Lisas' i';tiiii!i- Mill, fort Street, or Ro.v 327, lVst Ottice. Oct 1 S-w C. C. COLEMAN. Blacksmith and Machinist. Hose Shoeing, CARRIAGE WORK, &c. Shop on Kin;; !tre-t, next U O.tsti.- A Cookt ort 1 Jvl-w BROWN & PHILLIPS, PRACTICAI PLUMBERS. GASFITTERS, AND No. 71 King Mreet, Honolulu, li. I House So Ship .Job Work I'ROMPTLV ATTENDED TO. BathSTnbs Water (loset- and Wah-i;oU ALWAYS ON HAND. ' i i articniar atteutluii paid to the tittl C "1 the SPI?X(;FrELI) OAS T riHM oct 1 f :w j CEO. S. HARRIS nM"n,' Ship and General Blacksmith. OUIP WOUK, liKIIiOK, JIOUSE ANlJ 11 K A V y O iuconWork, Moulding Lilts, J'lanin- Knive Anchors and Anvils repaired, (iooseiiecks. Crank' Axles and Waaon Axles nin.le f,.r t).. t.-..."i reasonable terms. e oil Wagons for Traction lai-iucs. Artesian Well Tools, with all their fittin" specialty. ' All orders promptly attended to. an.j work guaranteed. Shop on the Esplanade, in the rear t,( Mr. ;eo. Luca.s' Planing Mill. juiy l .jC.a- Hawaiian Carriage Haiiufacturini Co.. (Successors to (i. We.-t. COMPLETE ASSORTMENT OF CA1U'.IA;ES and Wa?on Material on hand and for .sale also, CANE WAGONS. All kinds of Carriages made to order at very low rates. Orders from the other Islands solicited. HaWn Carriage Manufacturing Co.. Ja2G-w3m 70 Queen Street, Honolulu. foreign &&vttilsmtn$. L. P. FISHER, 1 DVEUTISINO AGENT, SI MERCHANT--- EXCHANGE, ."-an Francisco, California, i., authorized to receive advertisements for the cv: imn of thi paper. 13!StHlli!sliodL l!?5i2. la. F. FISHER'S NEWSPAPER ADVERTISING AGENCY, Rooms 20 and 21, Merchants' KxchanjcA California Street, Sun Francico. ST X. B. Advertising Solicited for al Newspapers Published on the Pacitit Coast, the Sandwkb Islands, Polynesia, Mexico Ports, Panama, Valparaiso, Japan, China. Xew Zealand, the Australian Colonies, th Eastern States and Europe. Files of nearlj every Newspaper PnblJsbed on the PatiS Coast are kept Constantly on Hand, and ai advertisers are allowed free aetes to thesn during Business Hours. The PACIFIC COM MERCIAL ADVERTISER, is kept on file at the Office of L. P. FISHER. COKNEir OF Beale & Howard Streets, sA.' Til A NCI SCO. CALIFORNIA. W. fl. TAYLOIL. - - Prtideal. JOS. 1I0IUK. - - Superintendent. SUELDERS OF ST i A M M A 0 H I N 1? li Y IN ALL ITS UK A N MILS EfMCJES & BG3LERS, liiffh i'ressur or Com po and. STtAM Vi:SSi:i.S ot all kincl, built ron.pl-r-with Hulls of Wood, Irou or Composite. I'oiiJiiotiudi-d vb-. advisable. STKAJl I.Air.-'l !!. P.ar.-e.s and st.arr. Tus ronstiur t l with refcrcn,-,. t tiu- Trui in winch they are to h. -mp3oy,Ml. S)tixi, tonnage and dnut of water uimrunteed. Sl'AK 3IIM,S AM)NK;ak JIAKI.Vi; J A4'A I!VKli V made after the nost;iprov . ii plans. Al -o, j,u !,,i(.r ((JI1 y,tlk ,-,,,.,.,. 'J therewith. WATKK oi i:o,h-r ur sj,,.. t j,-,,,,, oi Illjy any size mad.; in suitabh- l. n-ths for t-onnert-in- tosr.-tii. r, or Sheets Lolled. I'un. h-d jiivi Parked for shipment, ready to n etcd tin- jjroimc.'. iivniiAiLir uiviyrixu. i.'dci w.,rw and Water Pip,-made by this EstablLshnierjl Kiveted by Ilydraulir PJvetin? Machiner.v. that quality of work ln'iin; far superior to hun work. MHJ 4ltl. hii and Uain CujhUim, -am Winriier-, Air and Circulating Pi:uip. made after the mo-t approved jl;in. A(ii;.VTS for U'oi thuiiUou pNpl.w Steuni Puui IM .WI'S. Direct Acting 1'i.mp.s, for Jnica'Jon o' city Works' puroosei., built with the ijtated Davy Valve Motion, superior to an v other "t'inp. mar 31-s'J w JOEZ FOWLER & CO: A i'Ki:iAiti:n to i i kmsii v J i "'and Kstiniates for Steel Portable 'Irani-way-, witli or without cars or locomotives spe. i ally adapted jr Siii-ar Plantutioii i. J'ermaient iw.tiivas, Mtu locomotives ami c:ir Trtme ?' ".'- "i" iocomotives, Steam J'Ioin?hini "'i'1 ( ultivatiii- Machinery, P.,rtable Knaiues f all purpose-, Winding I-.rnrines for Inclines Catalogues, with illustrations, Models and Photo- graphs of the above Plant and Machhwrv ...... v t.- i . . . - - - seen ;iL the oMiees of the lllideisi-r.efl. W. L. C.llKy.s aid W. MAC'-'AKLAIs E A CO. AsreriU for John I'ov.ier i Bone Meal! Bone Meal! BONE MEAL (WARRANTED PCKE;, Fi'OM the Manufactory of P.CCK ,v ASHLAN1 San Francisco. Orders for thi Celebrated Fertilizer wJl now be received by the undersigned, plants! -are requested to sernl their orders in earlv, to tht there wi!l be no dMay tn having thenl lhld fi time for the jIantins ra-on. Also, Super- Phosphates, A Fine Fertilizer for Cans. Orders received in quantities to suit. fe!6-wtf WM. O. IRWIN t CO.. AroU.