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THURSDAY, NOV. 22, 1888.
THIS DAY'S DOINGS.
"Free Entertainment, Y. M. C. A.
WORKING MEN'S UNION.
The regular weekly meeting was
hold on Tuesday evening in n room
above the store of Mr. Gartcnburg,
fifty members were present. The
President explained that the Gover
nor lmd i cf used them permission to
use the Annory. He hoped that the
fact of their being shown the door
would encourage others to join them,
as they only wished to do that which
Ten new members were elected.
The Executive Committee reported
that 8 women and 16 children, fami
lies of the German laborers from
Koloa plantation, had arrived unex
pectedly on Sunday morning ; thoy
had been fed and housed by the
Union : they had offered prayers to
tho great Creator and thanked Him
for the friends ho had found for
them. A house on Judd street had
been procured and thoy were
now properly caredf or. Miss Breese,
the city missionary, had readily pro
mised to assist them. Marshal
Parke had kindly given them per
mission to visit the laborers in pri
son, and Dr. Fitch had promptly
given advice and supplied medicine
to the sick children.
Tho Committee appointed to pre
pare a scries of questions on the la
bor subject, for submission to can
didates for the legislature, were
granted a month's. extension of time.
The Employment Committee re
ported that a situation, at $100 per
month, had been obtained for one
man : that another wanted a situa
tion as groom or stable man, anu
that some of the German women
were ready to obtain employment ;
two of them had aheady obtained
situations, one would receive one to
day, and a gentleman had applied
for a nurse for his family.
A tinsmith and a book-binder,
who were present, applied for work;
.- and it was stated that there was a
vacancy lor a good painter, wnc
man had been dismissed from a
plantation, and had arrived here,
penniless, asking for a meal.
A letter was read from Mr. John
Russell, stating that he would avail
himself of their invitation to visit
the Association, acknowledging tho
receipt of a copj' of the constitution
and by-laws, 'and expressing his
sympathy with the ."design, and ex
pressed intentions of the Associa
tion." Z A donation of 10 from Mr. Le
dcrer was received, and several sub
scriptions and dues were paid!
Mr. Crowley said their movements
were looked upon with suspicion and
he did not know why. Their meet
ings were open to everybody. That,
evening, by order of the Governor,
they had been refused the Armory.
He thought their connection with the
Germans had given mortal offence
to some people. Why was this sud
den enthusiasm on the part of the
authorities? They had issued a cir
cular asking their members to roll
up, this was a common expression
and there was nothing in it to lead
i to suspicion.
'"i They wanted the authorities to
n come and watch them, and perhaps
then they would join the Union.
They were not expected to feed the
' hungry, but had.bee,n compelled to
do so ; that was a duty of the Hu
mane Society, he believed there was
such a society with ten or twenty
, members. They wished to do every
thing above board and on the square.
' An article in the doertiser, relative
to the German laborers, said that
everything must be thoroughly shif
ted and could not remain as it was
now. These men could not be, for
ten years, on the roads, with the
women maintained at their cost. He
held documents in his hand, which
would be sworn to, and which, if
published would be damaging to .a
plantation, but they would not see
the light till there was an enquiry.
He then movcd that a respectful pe
tition be presented to the King, pray
ing that a Royal Commission, con
sisting of two members of the Plan
ters' Labor & Supply Co., two mem
bers of the Working Men's Union,
and a gentleman, if possible a law
yer, he appointed by His Majesty,
to enquire why these laborers refuse
to return to their work, the enquiry
to deal with them from the time of
their engagement, and the commis
sion to have power to examine wit
nesses on oath.
" Mr. E. ff. Ward did not believe
in Royal Commissions. It would bo
months before there was any result,
pile thought the case had been pro
perly ventilated. The men had
?b'een wavering, saying they prefer-
yreu to rcmaiu at me novum wuiib
'stroke, and afterwards returning to
h tueir worn, it naa ueen Btatea mat
the overseer refused to let them
work, and he could not understand
how they had been sent to jail again
without another trial. If there were
Royal Commission, they might all
) dead before any result was ob
tained from it.
all the remarks
There were now
did not ngrco -with
of Mr. Crowley.
some new features
He believed in the
old German 'proverb "Do what is
right and fear nothing." Though
he was born under a monarchical
Government, he believed in freedom.
A King wns only human, and, as he
had more time on his hnnds, he
might possibly commit more faults
than others committed.
Mr. Mnrchand thought it best to
await tho results of a now trial. He
would forego his claim to being an
American loyalist if ho could benefit
the human race. He had always
worked and had no prospect of
becoming n inillionaiic. All were
dependent upon each other, and tho
main suppoitcis of tho rich weie the
Mr. Cavanagh moved as an
amendment that their legal adviser
be instructed to watch tho cases
before tho Court and that the motion
of Mr. Crowley bo postponed. Tho
amendment was earned.
Tho President said that tho Ger
mans had not demanded $2 a day
each, for the time they were in
prison. He referred to some para
graphs in n paper issued on Satur
day, and said the writer had evi
dently not studied the labor question
and was too superficial in his
Votes of thanks were passed to
Mr. Gartenburg, and the ladies who
had promised to assist the German
women. The amount of money
received, on their behalf was 29.
Mr. Z. Squires read a paper on
the labor question as affecting those
islands, the introduction of Chinese,
in direct opposition to the wishes of
the natives, and criticized the action
of the Premier in not sanctioning or
condemning the present labor act in
the paper representing his views,
and saying that he believed the
Premier was in favor of allowing the
natives and the laboring class to
drift into a state of degradation.
The sale of land at Kapiolani Park
took place yesterday at Mr, E. P.
Adams' room, and was very success
ful. Lots 1 and 2 of the Lunalilo
estate were sold to Mr. E. R. Miles
for 850. The choice of lots in the
various sections of the Kapiolani
Park Association realized as follows :
Lots 90, 91, 600, H. Macfarlanc ;
lot 149, $280, W. H. Bailey ; lots 23
to 2G, $320, H. Macfarlane; lots 20
and 21, $210, J. I. Dowsett; lot
10, $85, H. J. Nolte; lot 19, 875,
Mrs. Lack; lot 11, $80, Mr. Hopp;
lot 5, $75, Mr. Mclntyre ; lot 27,
$75, Mr. Richardson; lot 18, $70,
Capt. Whitney; lots 16 and 17,
$130, H. Whitney; lots 65 and 66,
$130, 15. G. Schuman ; lot 67, $65,
G. West; lot 15, $60, H. Water
house ; lot 14, $60, J. Waterhouse ;
lots 28 and 29, $110, J. H. Paty ;
lot 30, $65, W. C. Parke; lots 31
and 32, $120, T. H. Davies; lot 4,
$50, J. Cummins; lot 3, $60, J.
M. Monsarrat; lots 6, 7, 8, $165,
H. J. Agnew; lots 1 and 2, $90, G.
W. Macfarlane; lot 155, $40, F.
Brown; lots 50, 51, $80, J. Dodd;
lots 33 and 34, $50, T. H. Davies ;
lot 85, $22, F. A. Schaefer ; lots 150
to 154, $95, R. Lishman; lots 156
and 157, $36, F. Brown; lots 12
and 18, $36, W. P. Toler; lot 9,
$18, F. Banning ; lots 36 to 38, $36,
H. J. Agnew; lot 39, $12, G. H.
Dole; lot 62, $12, G.Lucas; lots40
to 44, $25, H. Bolte ; lots 45 and
46, $10, F. Brown. Total amount
THE MINISTERIAL MARE'S NEST.
Adapted from Arthur Sutton's "Al
dennanic Mare's Nest," published in
Birds In their nests should afjroo,
In billing und cooing delighting,
And though wo unhappily seo,
Thoy oft take a pleasure In lighting,
Yet gentlemen never should light,
Especially older und bolder men,
And things reach u soandulous height
When tho disputants arc Ministerial mon.
Now, though It's apparent at sight,
Tho Interior feels somewhat sadly,
lias met with a singular slight,
And been treated uncommonly badly,
Yet wo cannot got over tho fuct,
That the whole of the case and its history,
Tho pros mid tho com for the act,
At pi osent mo shrouded In mystery.
So, G lc, take this to your soul,
That, splto of tlio present disparity,
You Jiavon'f lost much on the whole,
For you're picking u cheap populatlty.
And when in the futuie arise
Disputes with this wiser and bolder man,
You'll And to your plousunt surpriso,
That you'll havo the whip hand of tho
"AVING undergone great Improve-
meut8 in tho wav of Wire Gauze.
Doors and Windows, which keep out
those pests of covet flics, cordially In
vites his f i lends and the public general,
ly to give him a call, nnd guarantees
satisfaction. 505 lm
ANY one found shooting, trapping
game, or trespassing on the Kae
lekei and Knlialone lands, at Maunalua,
Oahu, after this date, will bo prosecuted
according to law.
THOS. W, RAWLINS.
Honolulu, Oct. 15, 1883, 560 flt
SALE BY E. P. ADAMS.
Br order rf Messrs. G. "W. MAOFARLAsn
&J3oM I will hold
A Gi'fiflil Anction Sale !
A i m Siles lloom, Queen street
ON FKIDAY NOV. 33rd,
At HI A m., ill which will bo offered on
a Ore.llt (o the Trade, a Great Variety
All of which arc Now Importations,
ex recent arrivals, and of which tho fol
lowing is a partial list:
Fine Prints, Snttccns, Black Sattccns,
Black Mcrluos, Cretonnes, White and
Colored Flannels, Angola and Cotton
Shirts, TWENTY varieties of Woollens,
Ladies' Felt Skirts, Check Wool and
TWEEDS AND TAILORS" GOODS.
Silk, Linen and Cotton Handkerchiefs,
in largo variety; Gents' Linen Collars,
Gents' Umbrellas, A splendid assort
ment of Woolen Blankets, cotton tow.
els, large and small; Linen Sheeting,
all widths; Flno White Cottons, Best
heavy Denims, linen drills, Turkey
Bed Cloth, Crape, A very lino assort
inent Gents, Hosiery and Underwear,
Also fancy feathers, Flowers, perfum
ery, Jewelry, etc., children's, boots Ilulr
brushes, combs Gents' scaifs, Llslo
thread, Gloves, &c, Also n line assort
ment of crockcryware, consisting of
chamber sets, Flower pots, lamps pitch
ers, etc. Glassware: such us Decanters
Wine Glasses, Tumblers, &c. A Link op
UAnmvAitK: consisting of natchcts, axes
Hoes, and other Plantation Tools. A
handsome assortment of Parlor Bugs,
Cocoa Matting, etc.
Termsllbernl and mnde known atSalc.
554 E. P. Adams, Auctioneer
King Street Store,
Has Just Received,
Ex Bell Bock and other
Comprising in part as follows :
And Lotus Ware.
Theso goods arc entirely new to this
market, and are well worth inspection.
Single, Double and Treble,
In Amber, Green, Blue,
Rose, and Flint Colors.
of New and Elegant Designs,
In Moss China, Glass, Majolica,
and Barboline Ware, with
New Self-Lighting Burners.
tacle Gnus !
of assorted patterns.
Barboline Flower Pots,
Wedgwood and Majolica Ware
There are also in stock the regular
Dinner and Tea Services,
Chamber Sets and Crockery,
of every description.
Lamp Globes, Chimneys,
Burners, Wicks, &c, &c.
J. T. Waterhouse
King St., Honolulu.
602 tf b
AT a meeting of the Stockholders of
Wilder's Steamship Company held
in Honolulu, the 10th day of November,
1888, the following officers were elected
for the term of one year.
Samuel G. Wilder President
William G. Irwin. ...Vice President
Samuel B. Rose Secretary
William O. Wilder Tieasurcr
John H. Paty .Auditor
S. B. ROSE,
603 81 Secretary.
THE undersigned bogs to inform tho
public generally that ho has pur
chased the business of Apau, of Koloa,
Kauui,and intends carrying on the same.
Apau will bo responsible for the debts
on the late business. CUONG WO.
Koloa, Kauai, Nov. 10, 1883. 558 lm
THIS is to certify that N, Clifford has
full power of Attorney to act for
mo during my absence-
S. W. BUCKMAN.
Honolulu, Nov. 1, 1883. 503 3w
Good ItuHiiiCHH Chance.
FOR Halo a RESTAURANT in a
good locution, doing good solid
business, with groceries, fixtures, furni
ture, etc. 15 years lease,
Address, H. F.,
631 8m This Office.
600 Chances, at $2.50 a Chance.
Tickets to be had at Nordberg's Anchor
Choicest French Cities
Ju9t received by the Mariposa,
Prepare for Christmas.
They aro the Largest nnd Best Assort
ment, ovor recolvcnln Honolulu.
And will be sold at
50 CentsM Pound
A New ice Cream Wagon !
-which visits the Suburbs at all Hours of
the Day and night with
Soda Water anil Ice Cream
M TEAS! TRASI
We have just received from the
Celebrated Tea House of
L I lore & Co.
Of YOKOHAMA, JAPAN, a well
selected assortment of their
PHI JAM TEAS,
To which we call the attention of the
trade, and beg to refer them to the
following Certificates :
Sworn Certificates of Purity.
FUOM LKADINQ PHYSICIANS AND
Consulate of His Imperial
T hereby ceatify tlint the Tea marked
L.P.M. packed by L. P. Moore, Yokoha
ma, and submitted to me, is in my onin
ion a pure, unadulterated, nd natural
leaf. KENSARO YANAGIYA,
His Impel lal Japanese Majesty's
Consul at San Francisco.
Office of Fred. C Keil, Phamaceutical
Chemist, Mnikct Street Pharmacy,
To "whom it may concern:
I hereby certify that I have examined
the various brands of Japan Tea, all of
which have been purehated by disinter
ested parties, und found them all to be
more or less adulterated with coloring
matters and other substances foreign to
Tea, with the exception of lots marked
L.P.M. packed by L. P. Moore, Yokoha
ma. The analyses of twelve different brands
gave the following result, viz:
No. 1. Largo amount of coloring, cod
sisting of Prusisiiin Blue (ferro-cyan-ide
of iron), Gypsum nnd Soapstone.
No. 2. Large amount of coloring, con
sisting of Indigo and aluminous earth.
This brand contains a large quantity
of leaves only resempling Tea in color.
No, 8. Colored with Indigo and alumi.
No. 4. Colored with Prussian Blue and
Gypsum, and mixed with leaves from
No. 5. Colored with Prussian Blue, Gyp
sum and Soapstone.
No. 0. Slightly colored with Indigo
Plumbago and Clay.
No. 7. Colored with Indigo, Plumbago
No. 8. Slightly colored with Plumbago
No. 9 Colored with Plumbago and
No. 10 Slightly colored with Prussian
Blue. Soapstone and Yellow Ochre.
No. 11 Colored with Indigo nnd Plum
bago. No. 12 LPM L.P. Moore, Yokohama, per
fectly free from dust and any artificial
coloring or other.foreien substance.
FRED. C. KEIL.
Subcribed and sworn to before
me. this Vith day of yanuary,
F. O. WEGENER, Notary Public.
San Fkancisco, Januaiy 11th, 1883
L. P. MooitK, Esq.
Dear Sir: Having lead tho result of
the analysis of aiious brands of Japan
Tea, we consider No. 12, marked L. P.
M., packed by vour firm nt Yokohama,
tho only Ten of the twelve samples flt
for use and perfectly wholesome the
other brands cimUiiniug more or lm In
jurious substances, and under no be
cunntaacch should he nllowed to cir
used. A. Gokiitz, M.D.
G. J. BuciCKuiJi, M.D.
J, L. Meaiies, M.D.
.-For sale UNREASONABLY
LOW and on most FAVORABLE
G. W. Macfarlane & Co.
' EX ITK AHMVALB,
75 BarrolH, XVesn
245 A. S. OLEGIIORN & CO.
DILLINGHAM & COAS
BULLETIN OF NEW GOODS!
JUST RECEIVED, INVOICES OF
HARKNESS FIRE EXTINGUISHERS !
Guaranteed to put out twice as large a lire in half the time of any other machine.
It does not get out of order, nnd Is always ready for u'c.
Every roldcnco, Sugar Mill and Stoto Bhould havo one.
Magneso-Oalcite Fire Proof Safes & Boxes
With larger pcrccnlago of inside space than any other safe We auk Bout
Agents Fon the Ahove.
NEW DESIGNS IN SILVER PLATED WARE.
Wire Cloth, Wire Netting, Rice Cloth, Bird Cages,
Barl) Fencing: Wire, Pumps, Windwills, Tanks,
Slcidjxivtc Oil in ITivo Gallon Tins.
Kerosene and Libricatlng Oils a specialty. A good stock on hand mid to arrive.
Call and examine our New Goods.
DILLINGHAM & CO.
MACNEALE & URBAN SAFES
With Patent Inside Boltwork and Hinge Cap.
A L,arge Assortment of these justly Celebrated Safes
Over 500 in daily use on the Hawaiian Islands.
Safes Sold for Cash, or on the Installment Plan.
For Prices, Circulars, etc., apply to
C. O. BEKGrER, General Agent,
310 t b HAWAIIAN ISLANDS.
This Well-known Machine is now used nt the Royal Palace, Hawaiian Hotel,
Music tlall, and a number of private residences, giving entire satisfaction overy-
It is tho most economical Machine in use, easily managed and automatic in its
I can furnish from a 20 Light to a 1000 Light Machine, smaller sizes constantly
on nana. J
GAS FIXTURES OF MITCHELL, VANCE & CO.
For Circulars, Catalogues Prices, otc, apply to
O. O. BERG-ER, Sole Agent,
540 tf b HAWAIIAN ISLANDS.
THE GREAT I. X. L. STORE,
Corner Nuuanu and Queen Sts.
No Bombast Simply an announcement
THE ABOVE STORE
IS NOW OPEN
Largest Assortment of Goods
Ever shown here without exception, consisting in part: ! f '"
Dry, Fancy and House Furnishing Goods, '
Embroideries, Laces, and everything that comes under the above heading.
WITHOUT EXAGGERATION '
Tie Lanest aii Finest Stock of Men's, Boy's
and You h's Clothing-.
Gent's Furnishing Goods, Boots and tShqes,
Hats, Caps, Trunks, Valises, too numerous to itemize. "'
l-Don't forget the GREAT I X L STORE, Corner of Nuuanu nnd Queen
535 G A. GrARTENBEKG, Proprietor.
For Sale or Lease.
A SMALL BIUOK COTTAGE, CON
slstlng of four rooms and a Kitch
en. Rent moderate. Apply to
T. W. RAWLINS, Soap Works
OCO Ot Lole,
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
664 No. 18 Kaahumanu street. ,
WUW-F1HIUK I II
HHIBIBEl ; .
THE undersigned herewith tenders
Lis thanks to O. It Bishop & Co.,
Esq., Agents for tho Liverpool, London
and Ulobo Flro Insurance Company, as
also to Theo. H. Davies, Esq., Agent for
the Northern Assurance Company for
the very quick and prompt payment of
the amount of Insurance.
Yours very respectfully,
663 3t F.HORN.