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BISHOP & Co., BAifXfi1 3
Honolulu, Hawaiian Islands.
HBinn'wiwiWmipaiiiMMH i in''1IT
Draw Exchange on the,
JGuitlc oL'Culli'ornln, S. fc
And their agents In
NEW YORK, BOSTON, HONG KONO.
Messrs. N. 31. ItotliEclillil & Son, Lor. '.on
The Commercial Unnk Co., of Sydi ey,
The Commercial, Bank Co., of Sydney,
The Bank of Now Zealand : Auckl ml,
Chrlstuhurch, mill Wellington,
Tim Bank of British Columbia, ic
torln, B. C, and Portlaud, Or.
Trausact u General Banking Business.
E'UflgECW Mil, VS.
(,'. W. JS. Jiowne).
Gladstone lias noitponcri
Fledgtd to neither Beet nor Putty,
Bnt established for tho benefit of all,
THURSDAY, MAKC1I 18, 188C.
Wc have no more "horror of public
borrowing" than of private borrow
ing, when kept within proper bounds
and resorted to for proper objects.
Private individuals may, and often
do, benefit themselves and the
money lender by borrowing. The
same is true of governments. Pri
vate individuals may also, and often
do, borrow for business and other
purposes to an injudicious extent, to
the injury of themselves mid of the
capitalist. Governments arc liable
to do the same thing, as in the case
of Kgypt. When the ordinary
revenue of a country is insutllcient,
to borrow for the construction of
reproductive public works is legiti
mate and wise. Statesmen consider
it the best expedient for developing
the resources of a new country.
Nevertheless, it is believed by many
clear headed and far-seeing men that
the modern tendency to borrow has
gone to extremes, and that the Brit
ish colonics which have been re
ferred to as oxamples of wise bor
rowing, will, in the future, regret
having involved themselves so
deeply. No doubt, a moderate loan
of a million or two dollars might be
incurred by this country for the
country's good. Hawaii has un
developed resources, and what is
mainly needed for their development
is roads, bridges, and wharves.
Money borrowed for these purposes
and judiciously expended would be
reproductive. Past borrowing by
this country, or rather the way in
which the borrowed capital has been
used, has not been entirely satis
factory. Considerable sums have
been wasted on useless objects, and
inadequate results attained in quar
ters where the amounts expended
should have produced a better showing.
The paragraph in yesterday's
JuixKTix from the New Zealand
Jlcrald, giving the history of the
sale of the Zealandia and Australia
to the Oceanic Steamship Company
is interesting to this community,
inasmuch as it relates to what may
be an event of considerable import
ance to this Kingdom. In general
terras it may be said that most peo
ple are rather pleased at the termi
nation of the rivalry of the past few
months. But as a specific fact, it
may be noted that it does not matter
a continental to Honolulu who own
the steamers. What this city is
after now, and has been waiting for
with exemplary paticnee.is, for, at
least fortnightly regular steamship
mails to and from the Coast. Onco
this boon is secured, there will be
very few people who will bo con
cerned to ask any questions about
the proprietorship of the steamers.
Jt is honed that, now tho Oceanic
Company is well equipped with
steamers, arrangements will immedi
ately be perfected for a semi monthly
mail service. Otherwise, there is a
possibility that tho Oceanic Com
pany's business may bo cut in two
1y another steamer coming in, with
out a "by your leave," between tho
trips on their lime table. The pro
ject has been mooted, and so far as
ivo can learn, its originators arc
only waiting to sec how the Oceanic
Company proposo to time tho voy
ages of their reinforced licet with
reference to mail and passenger ac-'
coniinodation for Honolulu.
nouncement of his policy tii.il April,
and various attempts made in both
housed, to draw the minister, have
been unsuccessful. Ditwlt has
uttered n protest nga'nst the 'Mtragrs
which degrade liclaud be. ore lie
wot Id. Lord Randolph's Ulster
campaign has drawn the attention
of England to the fact that tiiero are
two Irelands, one for tl:u other,
against homo rule.
The police authorities wee loudly
denounced on account of tin Loudon
riots, and a new Chief of Police was
to be appointed.
Three important measures arc
announced, (1) tho question of
procedure to bo submitted to n com
mittee of thirty, of which it was
understood that Lord Ilartinglon
would be chairman ; (2) a 'nil com
pelling liish landlords to compen
sate tennants for improvements ; and
(.'!) a bill to remedy the grievances
of tho Scotch crofters, which is
intended to secure them f.iir rents,
fixity of tenure, and power to obtain
Tlie J'atl Mall Gazette continues
agitating tho Dilko case, fie result
of which is a reaction in favor of
Sir Charles Dilkc, again-t whom
public sentiments was previously
Lieutenant Grccly "Three Years
of Arctic Service" is highly eulo
gized by the leading journals.
The resignation of Air. Hopkin,
for many years Secretary of the
American Legation, and who has
piovcd a capable and faithlul public
servant, is announced. Ins succes
sor, Air. White, is spoken of as a
gentleman of excellent abilities and
highly popular personal qualities.
A sensation has been created in
London by the testimony in the case
of lJcv. JMr. Dyson, tho Wesleyau
clergyman on trial with II is. Ade
laidc'lJartlctt for the alleged murder
on New Year's eve by chloroform
of her husband, Kdward I. llarllctt,
of Piiinlico. The prosecution con
tend that several years ago Uartlctt,
failing in health, surrendered his
wife to Dyson, who was the family
pastor; that Dyson .subequently
maintained a husband's relation
with Mrs. llarllclt in her homo with
Jlartlett's approval and encourage
ment, but unknown to other people;
that last autumn Bartlctt became
desirous to gain possession of what
he had surrendered, although the
lady insisted on keeping faith with
her pastor; that Bartlett's overtures
became so persistent that Mrs. Bart
lctt resorted to the ex) etlient of
overcoming him by stupe; ying him
with chloroform, and that on New
Year's Eve, when he appn ached her
with paitieularly violent demonstra
tions, Mrs. Bartlctt sprinkled bitch
a large quantity of chl roform
which had been procured by Dyson
on her husband's faei that he
fell back unconscious and died from
its effects. The defense u that the
death was accidental and that tho
chloroform was used witu an inno
cent purpose, but the prosecution
intend to prove that Dyson and Mrs.
Bartlctt killed Bartlctt, in order to
remove him as an obstacle to their
Dyson on his preliminary exami
nation swore that while he and Mrs.
Bartlctt expected to mary in the
event of her husband's death, all
their relations had always been of
the most innocent nature. A ser
vant who testified for tho prosecu
tion swore to the frequency and
duration of Dyson's visits to Mrs.
Bartlctt. 'Witnesses said that when
ever the clergyman called in cold
weather Mrs Bartlctt warmed a
pair of slippers at the fire for him,
and that generally she carefully
pinned the blinds of the room
wherein she entertained him. The
servant swore that she saw Mrs.
Bartlctt and tho preacher sitting on
tho floor together, and had also seen
Mr. Dyson sitting in a low chair,
with Mrs. Bartlctt on the floor be
fore him, with her head in his lap.
i tc ndop'n
r ox- optio.
even Mir.o !'
irons of sci
the bill is c
opposition 1 oightt
lief that th inci
the w-iy si
The JSFo V G
nounccs tin Bisn
an address 'oni i
Thorn, of V ist P.
the expuls jii oi
brokers, be uise,
employ onl, Polis
' . otMcr to effect
ittces it is ex-
jfn the right of
' wners and pa-
. inal adoption of
.13, under tho be-
to will prepare
ian Gazclto an-
ick has received
. worklngincn of
3 is alleged, they
Uorporation Stddfeg n' DAm
J. K. WILUEU.
' Haw'n Carriage Manf'g Co., $ no
I j;. 0. Hill iV. Son, & 75
Intcr.lslnnd S. N. Co., 0100
Bell Telephone, :r.
Haw'n AgrieulttirnUCo, 00
Wilder' Slomnhlp Co., It"
C. Biowcr A: Co., 1(0
Hit I nun, 10
Woodhiwn Dairy, 5)0
Walltiku Sugar Co., !B
Star Mill. va
L. A. THUKSTON, Slock Biokei.
S Merchant Street. 151 ly
nciicc mien luetro-
An imint so nut
tiolitan IIoj San ''rancisco, on tin.
evening ol the 27lh February, to
hear an ad ess from the delegate of
the Kcderr d Council to the recent
labor con 's ai Portland. The
delegate hi' l take tii Suattlc on his
trip, and iter au investigation of
the facts, hara'-t .-mod the whole
business "." i the most infamous out
rage ever p.'i'preiw.tcu on American
A long series of resolutions,
denouncing the Seattle outrages,
demanding the tn-il, conviction and
hanging o1' the i urderers and tho
inipeaehnie . of Governor Squires
and that a Million copies of the reso
lutions be j.iintcd .md distributed to
the world, were adopted.
A genuine winter storm of terrillle
severity was ropoited, on the 27th,
to be raging in New Yoik, through
out New England and along the
Tliermon etcr was down to 7 de
grees beloii Zero, and the wind
blowing fri.i fll to CC miles per
hour. A br. iieinan, Cornelius Cough
lan on the oston ; ml Lowell rail
way was bl-wn fiom the top of a
car into the Charles Biver and
drowned. A milkn an, Edward Lus
eonib, at La.vrcnce, was blown from
his uagon : "id diul from the effects
i sla' le of horses, be
J'iern Lorillard, at the
took farm, Jobstown.
was old, the proceeds
, foi i:7 thoroughbreds,
L'he ' ugest price was
. a tli o-year-old filly.
i Denver youth,
the amount of
Val'ble Real Estate.
By order of the Administrator of the
Miiku! Kilutc, we will fell at jiuhllo
MONDAY, March 22nd,
AT li! O'CLOCK, NOOIJ,
On the premise, that ceiialn parcel of
hind on the corner of Berclunlu and
Union Streets, with the handsome
thereon, built by the late dipt. 3lU
for his own use. The house Is largo and
roomy, faithfully built, and with parti,
cular reference to tho wants of ourtio
picnl climate. The placo ran bo viewed
at any time upon application to
of his injtii
L. P. 3,
Immediately after the talc of the
house and lot we will tell
5 Lots at Waikiki,
adjoining the residence ol V. (). Irwin,
Esq., and numbered n per Kmvolnni
I 'ark plan respectively lltl, 117, IIS, 110,
E. P. ADA IMS & CO.,
k-v Mercantile and
and the F
at this 00
y is said
used to be
. -i weaken gravy,
desman lias had
ion-cs and work In
Haw Oi tn House.
Tliiirxih 'li-:i'K, 3Enr. 18th,
JSutimh h a'-. JInv. SIHh,
jMiiHii -, fe -tui'tlny p. ii.
l'o vely ' nights only.
Freu W. Millis.
Uy order or tho Adm initiators of 'ho
Malieo K-itate, we will tell at public
MONDAY, March 22nd,
AT 10 o'ci OCIC,
at the residence, corner Kerelnnia
Union Streets, the
Mona ii Vet t iiaqulsl and Humorist,
In hh allle, n tisieal, mlith-pio.
vol; in and " Ined entertain.
si isrs souci."
cc "'L.c Wedding Ureal;
.ucln , omu of thu Gucsu
TJic German stpindron, com
manded by Admiral Knorr, arrived
sit' Sydney, N. S. W., on tho 1st of
A conference on Imperial Federa
tion will bo held in England in July,
;ind delegates from tho Colonial
Federation League are invited to be
Emperor William was confined to
his room, suffering from a contusion
of the loft hip. The injury was not
regarded serious, but tho physicians
deemed it necessary to enjoin abso
lute quiet for a while.
The committees appointed by the
upper and lower houses of the Land
tag on the bills for fierinanizing tho
Polish provinces will report in favor
of the (lovcrnmcnrs proposals, with
slight amendments. In the debate
in thu lower house on tho bill for
appointment of elementary school
teachers, Dr. Windthorst, leader of
the Clerical party, demanded that
no ehnngo bo made In the scholastic
system until the promulgation of
tho new law for public instruc
tion. He declared that if tho schools
bo withdrawn from the surveillance
of tho Church and placed under the
solo control of the State 1hc change
would bo more fatal than the Kul
turkainp. Ilerr Virchon announced
himself a partisan in the matter of
Germanizing the Polish provinces
upon tills condition, that it de
veloped German civilization. Hcrr
Vcrchon, however, wns opposed to
TUOUU.- OOU ! n la McCabe.
Tho TOIU 'DO .i. d the WHALE, and
t hoili --f great Inn.
Oliiiva lor "ttiii'Koiiii.toi.
Change i proLiinnio nliihtly. Seats
secured ui .1. E. 'i it-einan's liox plan
opens MONDAY i..oining, at !l o'clock.
3TMr. Millhtu.s over 10,000 critic
isms fiom leadii . papers throughout
Europe an. llioCi linies acknowledging
him to ho i tlin Hi t rank as a Vcntrilo.
quist and ' moriit To bo seen at J. E.
Popular prices, ?.l, 75o., COe. 75 lw
Regular Cash. Sale
FKIDAY, Mnreh 10, 1S80,
at 10 o'cloul: A :t , I will sell, at my
Saleroom, u full lino of
Dry C-ooef s, Clothing
in part as follows, viz:
Drab Silk rep Parlor Set, 8 pieces;
Iinuwood Center Table,
2 Uroiizes and Stands, ( Oil Painting",
2 Walnut and Gilt Minors, Music Back,
Marble Busts. C.upeting, Oak Extension
Oak Sideboard and Mirror,
12 Onk Dining Chairs, Glass nnd Plated
Ware, Majolica Ware, 1 Sextant, Glasn
1 ClitncML' 1'orcelniii
Breakfast and Dinner Set,
a 11W Huh ooin Sets, eomnlete,
Wardrobes, Mattiesses Pillows,
Mo-quito Nets, Clietlbniers, Covcrrd
Lounges, Camphor Trunk,
Velvet Hugs, Carpet Chairs, Clothes
Hox, Parian Figures, Toilet Sets,
Chnmhcr Sets, 1 Itosuwood Bedroom
bet, coniiiletc, Kocklng ChalrJ.
Hat Back', Itevolvlng Chair, Whatnot-,
Flower Pots and Stands Koa Meat Se ,
Beirlgerator, Stove and Kitchen Fiunl-
lure, Bath Tub, etc., etc.
t Top Buggy,
Alo, Harness, Step Ladder, etc. etc.
E. P. ADAMS
3 & WILDER,
IMI'OKTEBS AXD DEAbEltS IN
Staple and Fancy Groceries.
Beg to cnll the attention of their many pntrons and hoiiHekeepers gener
ally to tho varied isjortiiient of tlielr
Exoellerst Mew, Stock !
Which Is constantly replenlheil by every vessel arriving from tlie Slates
and Europe, selected with peclal rare to cater to the recognized critical
taste of local patronage.
Groceries and Provisions
In every vailetyof detail.
MACONDltAY & CO.'S finest Green and Black Teas;
American ui Eilisli Tattle Luxuries !
And delicacies in endless variety.
Oroisc it Blackwoll's Conserves and the Cutting it Packing's First Grade;
The Celebrated Dold & SonV Bullalo llanii aiid Bacon, thu choicest ever
brought to this market;
Cereals In eveiy variety In patent wtavel pioof tins;
Mvaporated and Pitted Frulti ami eveiy variety of .Nuts;
Oysters, Fish, Vegetables and Fruits
On lee Every Steamer.
2?- A personal Inspection of our FBF.SH STOCK, we believe, will result iu
a kccnulgc to appetite and a heightened interest In the HOME MEAL .
JUST OPENED U1Y
A FIK lilXE or
Jersey Waists from $2 to $8;
Jersey Cloths in all Shades;
Ladies' Untrimmed Hats, the latest Styles;
Ornaments, All-Over Lace,
And a Fine Line of Trunks,
OK.A.S. .5. SniSJBCaBL.
re, Fresh Groceries,
ii, 1 Sugar,
Galifor la & laui Potatoes,
Onions 1 Co- Barley and OatH,
Dales of V ippir Paper, Cases uf Pilot
and Jloi m Hi J, a largo variety of
limn- ho? . F'ih'mILmi;,
!.8ei' 1 Curttage,
1 Horse, 1 jken harness and Middle,
kind nil gi m, suitable for a
Mexica & h .tralian Saddlos
Sets i ' Harness,
CiiHOH u K''iif,.3Hh Alu in llunil.
By order of .tlr. rielig, administrator of
of the Eslalu of L. Ahuna, deceased, uf
Waialua, Oahu, 1 will tell at public
auction, at my salesroom, Ho. 40 Queen
On TUESDAY, Mar. 23d,
at 12 o'clock, a.m., a certain
Lease of Premises
situated In 'Waialua, and formeily o
copied by the defeased as a store, -ware
houses, dwellings, &c, &c. The Lento
will explio on the 1st .lanmiry, 18sU, and
the rent of same is $10 per month.
Aho, the whole of the
Stock of Merchandise
contained in store:
1 Hall's Fire-Proof Safe,
Store 1'lMuies, S Binkes, 1 Hoisc, 1 Set
Harness, Household Furniture and
Effects), Kitchen Fuinlliiio and
Utensils, &c, &c.
1'arlIuH wishing to examine tho abovo
premises and for further liitormatli n,
can apply to Mr. tf. BKMG, at tho oi'lco
of Messrs. M. B. Grliihauin & Co,,
E2y Terms cash, uipl deeds at e..
penso of purchaser.
l"oi Steuiner lUni'iposu, the
TEMPLE OF FASHION
Avill receive i 1'ull line of tlie
Latest American ami English Styles of Djy Goods.
A complete and nssnrted invoice of Dry Good?, comprising tho latest leading
styles of Luliesand blisses' Wear; also, everything of new departure iu the Dry
Goods linu; also, an excellent Stock of
X-.lxe and Misses' Sjlioes,
Fine Goods and bed-rock Prices is our motto. Everything guaranteed to ho as
icpresented. Our Stool, is open to inspection. Everybody is invited.
The Gents' Furnishing Department
Blunt be Closed before the arrival of the Marijiosa.
tST Wo have a small Mock of Men's and Boys' Suita on hand which, until the ar
rival, cun bo bought at less ihan factory prices. If you doubt, call. " SeebiR Is
believing.' . "
S. COHN & CO., Proprietors.
P.O. BOX 315.'
rpiIK Union Hair Dressing Saloon has
X been reopened by O. Molteno, as
temporary artUt. 08 8w
Ileal Estate Agent,
i ihiei's Steanithlp Agent,
Great Burlington Kuilioad Agent
Honolulu, ir. X.
Custom House Uroker,
aianngcr iiawaiian Opeia Jlouse,
Flro and Life Insurance Agent.
In Bond or Duly Puld.
A Very Choioo Lot, Fresh and Full.
Tho Be-t in tho Market.
TN DHAWIXG AND PAINTING:
X witter coli ib and oils: norHnenllvr.
H. O. BAnNFIELD,
No 1 Kiikiit Street.
COTTAGE TO ItENT,
No. 327 Beretanla Street, at
present occupied by A. Ehlers.
l'OBSCBslon L'ivpn Mnv lot
Enquire on tho premises, or of L. WAY
Klnau Street, in rear. 70 tf
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