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RECEPTION AT I0LANI PALACE.
On Wedneiduy, the 28th instant, His
Majesty will hold a Reception itt Iolanl
Palace. Ho will receive tho Officers of
tho Hawaiian Government from 10 to
10:30 a.m.; tho Diplomatic mid Consular
Corps from 10:R0 to 11; ami the Public
fioiu 11 to 13 noon.
C. II. JUDD,
H. M. Chamberlain.
nonolulu, Nov. 20, 1883. C09 8t
ALL Parties desirous of securing the
services of Portuguese contract
laborers under the Auplces of tho
Board of Immigration are invited to In
form the President of the Board in
writing, at as early a, day as convenient
of the number and class of laborers they
(s) CHAS. T. GULIOK,
Minister of the Interior and President
Board of Immigration.
Interior Office, Nov. 22, 1883. 500 tf
tu g&Ui) MJJUUtu
Pledged to neither Beet nor Fatty.
Bat established for the benefit of all.
TUESDAY, NOV. 27, 1883.
THIS DAY'S DOINGS.
Lyons & Levey will sell at Sales
Room, at 7, pictures, &c.
Trade Union, at Gartenburgs,7 :30
Excelsior Lodge, I.O.O.F., 7:30.
Bible Class at Lyceum at 7 :80.
Meeting Temperance Society at
Miss Breeso's, 7 :00
Class in Hawaiian, YMCA, 7:80.
CONSUMPTION OF LIQUOR.
The table published yesterday by
our daily contemporary shows that
more than 32,000 gallons of spirits,
have been taken out of bond during
the first nine months of this year, in
excess of the quantity taken out of
bond in the same period of last year.
There was an increase of 19,252
gallons of beer, 4,077 gallons of gin,
3,119 gallons of bndy and 2,691
gallons of -whiskey, making over
29,000 gallons increase in the quan
tity, taken out of bond, of those
four articles alone, in nine months.
Referrinor to the Working Men's
Union, the Saturday Press, while
devoting two columns to the subject
in its last issue, says "there is no
reason for giving it that undue pro
minence, which the dailies have all
along done." Our, contemporary,
by its last "undue prominence" on
this subject, is evidently struggling
in the "miserable squabble after
the patronage of tho organization."
The Bulletin, being a newspaper,
and not a "literary" journal, places
before its readers, as far as possible,
an account of all public meetings
that occur in Honolulu. "We thmk
it advisable that the public should
be made acquainted with what occurs
at these meetings, for serious con
sequences may arise from them, and
our action has met with general ap
proval. It comes within the pro
vince of a newspaper to chronicle
events of public importance, and
these meetings are of public impor
tance. We do not support or en
dorse all the actions of this Union,
and have, up to the present time,
refrained from cditoriul comments.
It is another instance, on Jhe part
of our contemporary, of tho pot and
the kettle, tho pot, suffering the
more from the effects of the fire.
THE CERMAN RESIDENTS
Have taken into consideration the
condition of the wives of the laborers
from Koloa plantation.
There were over sixty persons
present at the meeting, held on Sa
turday evening, at which Mr. H.
W. Schmidt presided, Mr. G. F.
Hackfcld Jr. read the minutes of a
meeting of tho Gorman Benevolent
Society, -which were substantially as
Eight women and their children
had arrived here, and a Committee
had been appointed to enquire into
their case. The Committee reported
that the women had been instructed
not to give any information, unless
Mr. Max Kohm, of tho Working
Men's Union, was present. The
Committee said that hitherto, all
cases of destitution among Germans
had been supported by their country
men. They felt that their report
was unsatisfactory, because they
had been refused particulars by tho
women ; they recommended that tho
'.Benevolent Society should pay a
(Certain eum towards their support.
iMr. Schmidt thought they should
do nothing, or everything, towards
their support. He favored support
ing tho women but thoy could do
nothing for tho men, who had acttd
against tho law, after receiving a
vcty careful hearing at tho hands of
Judge Juddt On that account he
thought that assistance should not
be given by their Society but by
Mr. E. Muller said that in justice
they could not expect anything, as
the men, who ought to support them,
had maliciously l of used to work.
Mr. F. A. Schaefer said that the
Germans should subscribe indivi
dually if the Society did not. He
thought some of tho women could
Mr. Dnniclwicz said that four wo
men had got places but the others
could not. If the Working Men's
Union had been called upon, then
tho Committee would have heard all
they wanted to hear. He hoped tho
Society would tuke charge of the
"Mr. H. F. Glade said that all
people living in this land must sub
mit to its laws, and that these men
must do tho same and not expect
any privileges. If the Society sup
potted the men it would be acting in
opposition to tho laws ; he preferred
private contiibutions and would
Mr. Baurmeister said that both
good and bad men came here, and
the good generally suffered most
from the actions of the bad, who
came with the intention of breaking
their contracts, and had evidently,
in this case, been urged on to do so.
The women and children, however,
must not suffer.
Mr. Glade stated how much they
now owed on their passage money.
They pretended to be field laborers
and h'ad consented to work in the
field. To prove that they could do
well, he spoke of a German who,
after being here two and a half
years, had saved $700, and com
plained of the low interest he could
Mr. Schaefer proposed to pay the
$50 to the ladies who had been in
Mr. Danielwicz said there were
thousands begging here, while others
were rolling in riches. The lazy rich
were consuming the fat of their
labor. They should do away with
workmen and have free labor in a
free state. America was not a free
Mr. Berger said they had all come
here under contracts, and, having
worked them out, could not afford
to pay their earnings to those who
would not work.
Mr. Glade said that all men signed
contracts voluntarily and knew ex
actly what they were doing. If . a
man wanted to buy off his contract,
he was uever refused. All contribu
tions should be for the women.
Mr. Schmidt said their society
was always doing good in a quiet
way, they supported many without
its being known. He did not wish
to publish the amount of contribu
tions, and would himself willingly
give the same sum as the Working
Hon. Paul Neumann said he had
investigated the case of these labor
ers thoroughly, and would be ready
to support them and fight their case
if they had the slightest rights. Ho
favored purchasing the contracts
and giving them their liberty, that
they might work for themselves.
They had gone back to the planta
tion to make new troubles, but he
did not know who advised them to
do so. This was a political matter,
they were trying to break the laws
of the country. These men belonged
to a class that knew all their rights
and none of their duties. He recom
mended private subscriptions to buy
off their contracts.
The following gentlemen were ap
pointed a Committee to superintend
the expenditure of the money col
lected : Mr. H. W. Schmidt, Mr. J.
F. Hackfeld Jr Mr. F. A. Schaefer,
Mr. Max Eckart aud Mr. J. H.
Mr. Adler said that if they bought
these men off, more would come
and try tho same means to get free.
Mr. Danielwicz read a letter, sup
posed to have been written by a
plantation manager to a doctor, but
would not divulge tho names.
On motion, it was decided by 20
to 13, not to buy the men off their
Mr. Schmidt suggested that any
surplus, from the contributions,
should be placed in the bank in case
there were any further troubles of
the same kind.
Mr. Neumaun thought that month
ly subscriptions should be promised,
as they were likely to have the wo
men on their hands for an indefinite
The meeting adjourned at 9:45
Reared at the Kalihl Chicken Ranch,
Price, Thirty Cents a Pound
Can bo obtained from
P. O. Box, 42. ' C69 lwb
uctioii Sale3 by Lyons & Levey.
Pictures ami Fancy Goods,
ON TUESDAY NIGHT,
Nov. V!7, iu our Sales Room, at 7 p.m.
Hi a uk Block, w 111 be sold a
t.ARGK NUMBER OF
Oil Paintings, Ghromos,
Olcogniphs, and Engravings,
A large variety of
Useful fancy Goods,
Suitable for Christmas and
Now Year Presents.
Lyons & Levey, Auctioneers.
Notice to Stockholders.
A DIVIDEND on the shares of Ha'
XX. lawa Bugar Uo. of $5 per share
will bo payable at theolllco of 0. Brewer
& Co. this day, Tuesday, Nov. 27th.
P. O. JONES, Jr.,
COO It Trca. H. S. Co.
Ex " Alameda "
HORSE SHOEiNG-par excellence.
f tonan & I rat,
TO THE FRONT AGAIN
VTO more controcted hoofs, fever in
JLl feet, lameness and sore shoulders.
lorging or over-reaching, corns or quar
The Putcut Spring Horse Shoe does
Recommended by the California Society o'
Provontion of Cruelty to Animals.
This shoe Is the Invention of an old
horseman of 40 years experience, and Is
inanufactvucd in Now York City from
steel prepared expressly for this pur
pose, and carefully tempeied to retain
the elasticity of tho spring um long as
in UbC. As the name implies tho gene
ral principal, it to act as an assistant,
where ejaslicity is natural in the foot.
Tho toes of these shoes being made
heavier than those of the common kind,
act as a toe weight, giving a horse a
greater length of stride and naturally
increasing his speed. For working, or
driving, horses used on hard or strong
roads and troubled with lameners or
sore shoulders, these shoes aie an in
fallible cure, while for soundborses that
may becomo liable to the same com
plaint they are a certain preventative.
They are a protection to corns on horses
feet as they relieve the part on which
the corns are produced.
Give them but one trial and you will use no
other. Satisfaction guaranteed.
We have lately secured the services of
a thorough, experienced, and reliable
horse shoer of San Francisco who has
charge of this branch of our business
and who we can most fully tccommend
to our patrous.
Wo refer, by permission, to Mr. H. F.
Hebbard, Express and Drayman, -who
has given these shoes a thorough trial,
having used a complete set for the past
Whitman & "Wright,
Pioneer Horse Shoeing Shop.
75, 77, 70, and 81 King Street, Honolulu.
Large nil PIhj,
YOUNG and TENDER,
RICH and RARE.
For Thanksgiving Day; may be had
KENNEDY & Co.
J. W. ROBERTSON & Co.
HAVE RECEIVED, per Alameda,
Christmas Cards I
Ever received in Honolulu.
DIARIES FOR 1884
DAILY JOURNALS I
All of which aro
Cheaper than Ever !
J. ,W. ROBERTSON & Co.
Choicest French Mies
Just received by tho Mariposa,
Prepare for Christmas.
They are tho Largest and Best Assort,
ment, over received In Honolulu.
And will bo sold at
50 Cents Per Pound.
A New Ice Cream Wagon !
which visits the Suburbs at all Hours of
the Day and night with
Consignees Bark Spartan.
THE Bark SPARTAN having
arriveil and uolng ready to
dKchamc carco. Consignees
a? will nlease call at the ofllre
of the Agents, pay freight and get order
for their good1-.
LLYhlXil.. OS (JUUlVl,
Grocery and Feed Store.
WOLFE & EDWARDS, comer of
King and Nuuunu streets.
Ei ebh Groceries by eteiy btc.uner. Or
ders solicited, and goods delivered in
any part of tho city. SOI 0m b
PEDIGREE m POPS!
THREE PEDIGREE PUG PUPS,
Of the Male Sex,
Fifty Dollars Each.
W. S. Luce,
500 tf b Kaahumanu street.
King Street Store,
Has Just Received,
Ex Bell Rook and other
Comprising in part as follows :
And Lotus Ware.
These goods aie entirely new to this
market, and are well worth inspection.
Flower Vases ant Ties,
Single, Double and Treble,
In Amber, Green, Blue,
Rose, and Flint Colors.
Stand Lamps, .
of New and Elegant Designs,
In Moss Oh ina, Glass, Majolica,
and Barboline Ware, with
New Self-Lighting Burners.
of assorted patterns.
Barbolino Flower Pots,
Wedgwood and Majolica Ware
There aro ako in stock the regular
Dinner and Tea Services,
Chamber S'U and Crockery,
of every description.
Lamp Globe, Chimneys,
Bui in is, Wicks, &c, t&c.
JT. T. "Wat erliou.se
King St., Honolulu.
rm if b
THE undersigned bogi
public generally tli
s to inform tho
mt he has pur.
chased the business of Apau, of Koloa,
Kauai, and intends carrying on tho same.
Apau will be responsible for tho dobts
on tho late business. CHONG WO.
Koloa, Kauai, Nov. 10, 1888. C08 lm
THIS Is lo certify thatN. Clifford has
full power of Attorney to act for
me during my absence.
Honolulu, Nov. 10, 1883. 608 8w '
DILLINGHAM & CO.'S
BULLETIN OF NEW GOODS 1
JUST RECEIVED, INVOICES OF
HARKNESS FIRE EXTINGUISHERS !
Guaranteed to put out twice as largo a fire in half tho timo of any other machine.
It does not get out of order, and Is always ready for U3e.
Every rcldence, Sugar Will and Stoic should havo one.
Magneso-Calcite Fire Proof Safes & Boxes
With largci pcrccntago of inside space than any other safe We ark Bole
Agents for the AnovE.
NEW DESIGNS IN SILVER PLATED WARE.
Wire Cloth, Wlro Netting, Rico Cloth, Bird Cages,
Barb Fencing Wire, Pumps, Winctwills, Tanks,
Slcidgrutc Oil in ITive Gallon Tins.
Kerosene and Libricatlng Oils a specialty. A good stock on hand and to arrive.
Call and examine our Neiv Goods.
DILLINGHAM & CO.
MACNEALE & URBAN SAFES
With Patent Inside Boltwork and Hinge Cap.
A Large Assortment of these justly Celebrated Safes
Over 500 in daily use on the Hawaiian Islands. .
Safes Sold for Gash, or on the Installment Plan.
For Prices, Circulars, etc., apply to
C. O. BERGER, General Agent,
540 tf b HAWAIIAN ISLANDS.
SPRINGFIELD GAS MACHINES.
This Well-known Machine is now used at the Royal Palace, Hawaiian Hotel,
Music Hall, and a number of private residences, giving entire satisfaction every
where. It is the 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
GAS FIXTURES OF MITCHELL, VANCE-& CO.
For Circulars, Catalogues Prices, otc, apply to
O. O. BERGKER, Sole Agent,
6B4 tf b
TO BE HELD RESPONSIBLE 1
Workingmen's Trade Union,
Great I X L Store
Corner Nnuanu and Queen Sts.
The People lass at the Great 1. 1 L Store
And tho Store for the People is tho Grout I. X. L., where
Clothing, White and Percale Shirts,
Hats, Caps, Boots, Shoes, Neckwear,
Are being sold lower than any other house
in the kingdom.
Comparison of prices will tell. Call early at the Great I X L Sto re, cornerof
Nuuanu and Queen Streets,
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
No. Ill Kaahumanu street.
Good IluHinenH Chance.
FOR Bale a RESTAURANT in a
good location, doing good solid
business, with gjoceries, fixtures, furni
ture, etc, 15 years lease.
Address, H. F.,
681 8m This Office.
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CO v . v ' ,"'
ISX LATE ARRIVALS,
75 BarrolH, JTreali
215 A. S. OLEGHORN & CO.
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