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THE DAILY IIEBALD
IS PUBLISHED
EVERY MORNING
EXCEPT SUNDAYS
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THE DAILY HERALD
WKDNliSDAY APRIL 6 1887
FOKEfGN NEWS
EUROPE
British Politics
The Liberal Unionists were to hold
n conference March 31st on tlicCocr
cion Bill Several Unionists disap
prove of the measure but a majority
including Lord Hartington and Mr
Chamberlain support the Government
proposals
Lord Hartington was about issuing
a manifesto through the new Unionist
paper in which he disclaims on behalf of
Unionists belief in coercion as n policy
and says The object of the separat
ists is to prove that the government of
Ireland as part of the United King
dom is on impossibility with or without
reform The object of the Unionists
must be to prove that the union is in
dissoluble while doing justice to Ire
land The whole tone of the mani
festo indicates that there will be no
compromise
ThctptatUtonC Liberals aic elated at
the small majority of 88 over them
selves and the Parnellltcs in the di
vision on Mr Morleys amendment
when the nominal majority of Con
servatives and Liberal Unionists is
something like 117
At an informal meeting of the Par
ncllites March 28th they united in
denouncing the atrocious character of
the Coercion Bill They said it con
cealed provisions and powers for the
extinction of the liberties of the press
public meetings free speech and indi
vidual rights
Mr Dillon replying to a lengthy
speech by Mr Balfour said the Coer
cion Bill would never become law
Either he would leave a country where
no Irishman could live unless he lived
like a slave or if the people were wil
ling he would be proud and happy to
lead them in battle
Lord Satisbuty after a Cabinet coun
cil March 2 Oth went to Windsor At
latest accounts his trip was interpreted
to mean the probable resignation of
the Ministry The Downing Street
version was that the Cabinet decided
to advise the Queen to proclaim Ireland
pending the discussion in the House of
Commons on the Coercion Bill
Various Items
Thcprojcct of restoring the Crystal
Palace in honor of the Queens Jubilee
is said to have reached a deadlock
througtdisagrccment of the debenture
holders r
Queen Victoria has bten photo
graphed in state dress by M Wallerig
who used a new process that
makes a photograph look like an
etching So pleased was Her
Majesty with the picture that she
ordered a number to be sent after
her to Aix lcVBains Several con
tinental papers have asked Wallerig to
let them have this portrait to issue as
a supplement to special editions on
jubilee day
It is said that the reason why Prince
Albert Victor was sent to Gibraltar was
that the Prince of Wales found his son
taking a great fancy to the gaieties of
London also that he had fallen in love
with the pretty Princess Mary of Tcck
who wa disapproved of by the Queen
and the Princess of Wales
Thirteen Austrian anarchists con
victed of complicity in the plot to set
fire to the city and blow up the Impe
rial Palace at Schonbrunn with dyna
mite have received sentences of hard
labor for terms ranging from one year
to twenty years
Lord Randolph Churchill who ran
away to the Continent on account of a
conjugal tiff has returned to London
and become reconciled to his wife
Great uneasiness is felt regarding the
failing health of Emperor William who
caught cold in his eye on his birth
Jay
A conspiracy to overthrow the Span
ish monarchy has been discovered and
among many arrests were tnose ot tne
head armorer of the royal palace a
relative of a ministerial deputy and a
discharged detecUve
There is an active intrigue in Paris
to overthrow the Goblet Ministry the
rwwp
object being o gel fid of General
Uolllanacr M blcrry although in
Algeria is regarded as one of the prime
movers in the conspiracy
Messrs Manning and Jordan are in
England where they will confer with
the officers of the Union Bank that
being selected as the London corre
spondent of the new Manning Jordan
bank to be established in New York
Cardinal Gibbons has issued a report
in Rome on the Knights of Labor in
which he holds that the Church and
the Order will co operate and does
not believe it necessary to have the
workingmens organization under the
supervision of the priests
MISCELLANEOUS
L Myers of New York who lately
passed through Honolulu and W N
George of England ran a rooo yard
race at Sydney N S W March 26th
Myers winning by six yards in 219
Eighty five miners were killed in a
colliery explosion in New South Wales
Cambridge won the University boat
race Oxford rowed better but lost
through poor steering
Prince Ferdinand of Saxc Coburg
has expressed his willingness to be a
candidate for the Bulgarian throne
The Bulgarian delegates arc ready to
vote Alexander back on the first oppor
tunity
The Ocean Yacht Race
The yacht Cordnct arrived at Queens
town at 1250 p ni London time
March 27th winning the ocean race in
14 days 19 hours 37 minutes and 14
seconds actual time Whole number
of nautical miles sailed 2949 longest
days run 29151 miles and shortest
388 miles A succession of fearful gales
was experienced the entire trip
The Dauntless crossed the finish
ing line at 645 ni March 28th
Her actual time was iC days 1 hour 43
mInutcsandi3seconds She had about
the same weather as the Coronet hav
ing to lay to 16 hours once and again
to send before the gale on bare poles
On the 25th a run of 328 miles was
made said to be the best ever made
by a yacht on the Atlantic ocean
I he it antes Gautlc eulogizes the
skill and ability of American yachts
men saying To cross the Atlantic
in fourteen days in atrociously bad
weather without losing a srjar or sail is
not a bad piece of seamanship It says
that the hundred tons less weight of
the Dauntless than the Coronet made
serious difference in rough weather and
that there is no doubt that both are
fine vessels
SIDE LIGHTS
Received at the Club House per S
S Australia Fresh salmon cauli
flowers celery oysters frozen apples
figs etc alt on the daily bill of fare
Messrs Hart Steincr have at their
Curiosity Department a great display
of Mats Fans Shells Trinkets eta
Hunters of curios will find bonanzas at
this place
Dont skip the refreshing announce
ment of the Elite Ice Cream Parlors
in this paper
Mr Horn believes when he has a
good thing in making it known Sec
his notice elsewhere of hot cross buns
for Good Friday
Messrs King Bros arc the largest
importers of artists materials pictures
picture mouldings etc in this King
dom and still continue to keep their
prices to suit the times
Fresh oysters by the Zcalandia at the
Club House
Smoke the Little Dude to be
found at C McCarthys
A fresh supply of the famous John
Wieland Philadelphia Beer Jias been
received at the Criterion Saloon Fort
street tf
The Mutual Life Insurance Com
pany of New York is the largest in the
world and offers the best security S
G Wilder agent iw
Chai T GullckNotory Public
Records searched abstract of title furn
ished and conveyances drawn on chore notice
Collection Aoencv Mr John Good
Jr authorised collector
Employment Agency Mr Ft Marcos
bpeclat agent
GKNERAI IlUSINESS AGENCY No 38
Merchant street
Hell Telephone 348 P 0 Box 413
BUSINESS ITEMS
No hand book excels the Hawaiian Almanac
and Annual for reliable statistical and general
information relating to these Islands Price
50 cents
II you want a good smoke for your money
patronize home Industry and call ut J W
Hlngleys Crystal Soda Works Co Hotel
street next door to Horns Ilakery Island
orders solicited and promptly filled There Is
no license required to sell these cigars
AT TI IE
Lincoln Block King Street
Tho following diihcs nay be ordered at all hours of
wio my
Broiled Chicken Broiled Fish
Tender Loin Steak Rib Mutton Chops
uyster stcw nam and lsggs
Mackerel Etc Etc
GEORGE CAVENACH
Proprietor
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LEWIS CD
Ill Fort Stroot
Importers and Dealers In
STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES
PROVISIONS ETC
P O Box 297
Telephone 240
NOTICE
The Undersigned U Horn
PROPRIETOR OFTHE
HONOLULU PIONEER STEAM CANDY FACTORY
BAKERY AND ICE CREAM PARLOR
Established 1863
Respectfully nfotms the public that from this day on he Is fully prepared to receive orders for
Lunches Dinners Suppers Banquets Balls
And cuarantcc1 In all cases the fullest satisfaction as elven In former years not only abroad
but nlso In Honolulu Having references dating back as far as the year
1S6S
In Honolulu havlnc catered on nil state occasions as also for select parties civen by their
late Majesties Kamchameha IV Kamchameha V and Lunalilo and hating the honor of sup
plying the present royal household with the delicacies produced in my establishment having
our forty years practical experience In this line of business
in I IOBOSr
Corilcctloner Pastry Cook and Ornamcntcr
Iacfcorvp Stdre and Ice Croam Parlor No 71
JL JLotol bot Jt ore and JN uuanu ats
Both Telephones No 74
Honolulu H I
KEMOYAL NOTICE
PRESS PUBLISHING COMPANY has
THE
removed to its new office in the FRIEND
BUILDING centrally located on Bethel Street near
the Post Office erected for its use with improved facili
ties and a new outfit of Body Type for book work and an
excellent assortment of Postek Type is better prepared
than ever to attend to any orders entrusted to it
The long established Book Bindery of T G Thrum
is also moved to occupy a portion of the upper floor and
its efficiency for ruling perforating numbering binding
etc renders the PRESS PUBLISHING COS Office
second to none in this city for completeness in all the de
partments of News Book Jon and Poster Printing
and Binding All orders faithfully attended to
J J GREENE T G THRUM
Foreman Prcs and Manager
Established 1850
Pioneer IFurnitTjire Warerooms
CE WILLIAMS
PROPRIETOR
Jnst Received
A large variety of Parlor and Bedroom Sets
Wardrobes Sideboards linokcnscs Writing
iJcsKS ami lames kccu nnu Italian uocxers
in f 1 vuiiwkn uim iti lull uvtiviiiini in iiic
y3d Furniture line PIANOS TO RENT
One hundred dwen CHAIRS to Rent for Halls Parties Etc UPHOLSJERINC of
every description a Specialty
Undertaking in all its Branches
Mutual Telephone and Night Alarm No 76
66 and 68 HOTEL STREET
HAY AND GRAIN
LARGEST STOCKS
BEST QUALITY
LOWEST PRICES
union feed CO
Telephones No 175 Cor Queen and Edinburgh Sts
GEORGE ENGELHARJDW
Formerly with Samuel 1011
IMOItfrEIt DEALEB IN
STOVES CHANDELIERS LAMPS
Croclcory Glassware IIouso Furnishing Unrtaro Agate
Iron and Tinware
AGENT HALLS SAFE AND LOCK COMPANY
BEAVER J3L0CK FORT STREET
Tho Storo fonneily occupied by S NotT oppoiilt SmeCKKLS Cos Hank Honolulu 11 I
E B THOMAS
Contractor Builder
Estimates given on all kinds or Drick Iron Stone snd Wooden Buildings Refers to the
lollovyinc prominent buildings erected by him amongst others too numerous to mention the
Kings Palace Lunalilo Home Qpera House Honolulu Library Wilder Mrs Lack Police
and Aswan Buildings Etc -
Rrick Work in all its Branches
Office S conur Queen and Alakeaireeu Mu Telephone No tfe
Scncnil JMcrttocmcnto
MVhiUKA
JUST RECEIVED
COLGATES CELEBRATED PEptfllES
Comprising the Following Dgjlcious Odors
dASHMERE BOUQUET
APPLE BLOSSOM
LOTUS BLOSSOM
PANSY BLOSSOM
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CAPRIGEFt
LILY OF THEVALLEY
OPOPONAXf
STEPHANOTISf
WHITE LILAC v
White rose
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wAitvrAlM VIA T7T
MUUHlAiii viwx
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HOLLISTOLB CO-
10 Fori Street
ROCK SALT
II I
HHACKFELD60
Oflcr for Sale
VailousSlie
STEEL RAILS
PENCE WIRES
ROOFING SLATES CEMENT
CROCKERY
VIENNA FURNITUEB
Apd a Large Variety of other Goods too Numerous to Mention
ironi
BIER
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All Ctoocls at Greatly Reduced
Prices
BFEHLERSCO
99 Fort Strcot Honolulu
CHARLES HUSTACE
100 niid 111 King St liotwc m Fort nnd Alalcoru
Has received per late arrivals a full assortment of
staple jSuitrx aikJfcTcr5r G RcEjnxES
ConiiMlng In fait of
Family Flour Germea Oat Meal Corn Meal Cracked Wheat Drcaltfnst Uem Dunce Ham
and Dacon Cixlfisli Lard Smoked Hecf New Cheese Kegs Cal Duller Dates Halstni
Musiaru laucc hca roam waicrs ha loon and Medium llrcad Apples Uumuolut tolaloci
Wheat Corn llran Also a lull line of Cal Cracker Cos Crackers and Cakes All ol
hlch ire oflcrcil at lowest rates All orders receive careful attention and prompt delivery
Doth Telephones No ng P O Dox No 371
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LAINE CO
Have received n consignment of the mot Economical and Valuable Feed for allWndi ofalock vl
COOKED LINSEED MEAL
j
ll l the grcatetl Flesh former Milk and Duller producer 11 uie N
uii taiee jieai now auout 17 per cent ol nutritivu matter J thl neatly 30 per cent 100 b of this mr l
MnluAMb9ll0U0 3lB ef cwnpr to 77 of wheat bran Alio our Unrivaled
MIXED Ftlil in Well na our usual lupnlyof the fcit Undt of jli
Hay Outi Wltoat Corn Eto Eto
Which li ofTaed at the Lowest Market Kates and delivered free nv part of the city
JOHN NOTT
dumber S Kaahumaim Street
i STOVES RANGES-
G ranite Iron and Tin Ware I
Chandoliors Lamps and Lnntorntf I
Water Pipe and Rubber I Iose
HOUSE KEEPING GOODS
WING TIN COPPER M SHEET IRON WORK ETC ETC
WOLFE CO
No GQ HOTEL STREET
Save Eeceived by Late Arrivals
CumrrleS Foit 8 Hamsolgd SSl
Ik lPCA MlT IrClmcd 1l0atcrs FindcAi Haddock Plum
1 udll
French
e and American Peas Cracker Cakes Mackenzies Fine lllctfiEtV
prompt delivery G guaranteed aSSlrnt f CanJlcs anJ Nuts 0fllc l wcelve earcM attentlor nJ
P 0 Dot a Dell
Tlephon No j Mutual No 4 r -

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