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RECEPTION AT 10 LAN I PALACE.
On Wednesday, tho 28th Instant, His
Majesty -will hold a Reception nt Iolanl
Palnco. lie will receive the OIHoors of
tho Hawnllan Government from 10 to
10:30 a.m.; the Diplomatic and Consulnr
Corps from 10:30 to 11; nnd tho Public
from 11 to 12 noon.
C. n. JUDD,
II. M. Chamberlain.
Houolulu, Nov. 20, 1883. BOS 31
fledged to neither Sect not Forty.
But established for the benefit of oil.
WEDNESDAY, NOV. 28, 1883.
THIS DAY'S D0INCS.
Reception, lolani Palnce, at 10.
Meeting Stock Exchange, at 11.
Oahu Lodge, No. 1 K. of P. 7:30.
Bethel Prayer Meeting, at7:30.
Fort St. Church, Prayer Meeting
at 7 :30.
St. Andrew's Cathedral, usual
Is the fortieth celebration of Ha
waiian Independence. The King
dom has, undoubted!', -made vast
strides in civilization and progress
within the last forty years, but the
continuance of its prosperity is pro
blematical, ns it depends mainly
upon a further ratification of the
treaty with the United States.
In commercial circles there arc
very grave and serious doubts whe
ther the treaty will be continued as
before, on account of many recent
illconceived measures of His Ma
jesty's chief adviser. This day
should bo celebrated, by Ilawaiians,
with as much 5clat as the Fourth of
July is celebrated by Americans.
Salutes will bo fired at morning
noon and night ; tbe Hawaiian army
will indulge, in the morning, in tar
get practise ; His Majesty will hold
a rcccptiou, and some of the busi
ness houses will close in the after
noon. SUPPOSED STARVATION.
Dr. Trousseau and Dr. Arning,
having been requested by Mr. H.
W. Schmidt to examine the German
baby, belonging to the woman Rich
ter and said to have been starved,
report as follows :
The child, which is seven and a
half weeks old, is now under good
care. It appeared to be suffering
from congenital weakness and a
sickly constitution, and was possibly
prematurely born. It has symptoms
of pneumonia in the right lung. Tho
doctors ordered the child to be fed on
condensed milk mixed with boiled
Inquiring into the family of the
.mother, they f6und that her second
child died when seven weeks old
of inflammation of the brain.
Her next child is five years old and
ricketty. Another child, two and a
half years old, is weak and sickly,
suffering in a high degree from
rickets, and unable to walk.
The mother states that when her
last child was born, it appeared
strong and healthy ; not being able
to get cow's milk she fed it on con
densed milk and camomile tea. For
one or two days only was there a
lack of the proper quantity. There
was no look of deprivation or worn
faces on tho mother or the other
women. A dozen other children
and a baby, five weeks old, looked
strong and healthy.
THE GERMAN LABORERS.
The case of. the German laborers
from Koloa plantation remains in
statu quo. The German residents
have, by undertaking to care for tho
women, practically admitted that
they are in want and in need of as
sistance, and that the action of the
"Working Men's Union was a timely
one. Wo admire the independent
spirit of the Germans in wishing to
boar all tho burden on their own
Shoulders. It would have also been
a wise move to have taken prelimi
nary steps in requesting the Board
of Immigration and the Inspector of
Immigration, with whom more par
ticularly, wo believe, the duty lies,
to enqnire into the charges made
againBt tho Koloa plantation of nl-,
lowing these women to starve.
Such charges have been made, and,
though wc do not placo much faith
in them, they remain uncontradicted.
Tho laborers thcmselvoa cannot re
main, sine dc in prison, neither can
tho women remain dopendent upon
the charity of thoir fellow country
men. If, as was proposed al the
meeting, they were, bought off their
contracts, then every Gcrniun la
borer in tho country might refuse to
work, como to Honolulu, and, with
some show of justico, claim the
same privilege. Would it end with
the Germans ? If tho Portuguese
and Chinese shipped laborers hoard
of the rclcaBO of these Germans,
would not they bo tempted to strike,
en masse, and demand that they
should bo bought off ? What would
be the consequence of such a move
ment ? It is iljosslule to contem
plate. That the Germans can do
well, under the contract system, is
proved by the fact that many of
them save money and send it home
to their relatives, They know what
they arc doing when they sign the
contracts, and should, as others
have done before them, complete
the work which they have promised
to do. The remark made by Hon.
Paul Neumann, as regards many of
them, is true, "they know their
rights, but not their duties." The
case, as it stands at present, is un
satisfactory to all parties concerned,
and should be investigated by tho
Inspector of Immigration.
Y. M. C. A. BOWLING ALLEYS.
An account of the establishment
of bowling alleys, in connection with
the Y. M. C. A. institutions of
America, was recently published in
a Honolulu paper. The following
extract, from the S. F. Ncxcs
Letter, shows that they are pro
gressing satisfactorily in San Fran
cisco: ' Wc were thinking serious
ly this week of joining the Young
Men's Christian Association, on ac
count of the excellent bowling alley
they have there, and while our appli
cation was being considered, wo
took a turn at the ten-pins, and won
four dollars and a quarter from
Brother Jones, and he went and
told all the other fellows and squealed,
and last night we were blackballed."
THERE w ill be a special meeting of
the Stockholder of the Intcr-Is-land
Steam Navigation Co., to be held
at their Office, on Tuesday, December 4,
at 10 o'clock a.m.
570 Ot ' Secretary.
Legation of the United States, )
Honolulu, Nov. 24, 1883. )
The President of the United States of
America by proclamation having desig
nated Thursday, the 29th instant, as a
day of National Thanksgiving, with the
recommendation' that it be observed by
,the people of the Republic in returning
uiuiiKS io iiiu uri'iu urivcr iui iuu uun.
tinuance of His protection and great
bounty to them :
Wherefore do I invite all American
citizens sojourning on these Islands to
make due observance of Thursday, the
20th instant, as a day of Thanksgiving
and Praise, in harmony with tho people
of the United States; and to this end up
piopriate services will be offered at Fort
street Church, in Honolulu, at 11 o'clock
of that day, and the doors will be open
to all. Similar services will also be ob
served at St. Androw's Cathedral on the
same day and at the same hour, and a
f;enerul invitation is extended to tho pub
ic to participate therein.
Rollin M. Daggett,
570 2tb Minister Resident, U. 8. A.
INFORMS the Public that lie has just
returned from San Francisco, per
" Alameda, with a cuoice lot ov
Selected expressly for this Market.
They will be opened for salo on
SATURDAY, DECEMBER 1st, 1883,
At No 110 King Street, Way's Block.
tSf Goods delivered free of charge.
Orders from tho other Islands faithfully
I hope, by strict attention to tho wants
of the community, nnd by fair dealings,
to merit a share of tho public patronage.
Now Goods will be added to my stock
from time to time, ns tho wants of my
customers may require.
' ' C. Hustace.
Telephone, No. 110. 570 lw b
QUANTITY of Iron Hoop, 2x3.16.
Also, iron Tanks. Apply to
930 i)m J. H. URUNS.
Notice of l'tirtnemkip.
NOTICE is hereby given that u co
partnership has been this day for
med between C P, Wolfo and J. C. Ed
wards to carry on h grocery and feed
store in this city, under tho firm mime of
501 lmb WOLFE & EDWARDS.
Honolulu Nov. 16, 1880
J !JST ' ARRIVED
m & waft
TO Tl I E FRONT AGAIN
No mote continetcd hoofs, fever In
fid, Inmcicss nud soro shoulders,
rorglng or overreaching, corns or quar
Thr Patent Spring Horse Shoo docs
Rocommondod by tho California Society ol
Provonflon ol Crttolty to Animals.
This shoo is the invention of an old
horseman of -10 years experience, and Is
manufactured in New York City from
steel prepared expressly for this pur
pose, and carefully tempered to retain
the elasticity of the spring as long ns
In use. As tho name Implies the gene
lal principal. Is to act as an assistant,
wheic elasticity Is natural In tho foot.
Tho toes of these shoes being mndo
Heavier tmui tnoso ot tnc common kiwi,
act as a toe weight, giving a horso a
f;reatcr length of strldo and naturally
ncrcaslnghls speed. For working, or
driving, horses used on hard or stony
roads and troubled with lameness or
sore shoulders, these shoes arc an in
fallible cure, while for sound horses that
may become liable to the same com
plaint they are u certain preventative.
They are a protection to coi ns on horses
feet as they relievo the part on which
the corns are produced.
Glvo thorn but one trial and you will uso n
othor. Satisfaction guarantocd.
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 wo can most fully recommend
to our patrous.
Wo refer, by permission, to Mr. II. F.
Hcbbard, Express and Drayman, who
has given these shoes a thoiough trial,
having used a sample set for the past
Whitman & Wright,
Pioneer Horso Shooing Shop.
75, 77, 70, and 81 King Street, Honolulu.
Lane aid Plums,
YOUNG and TENDER,
RICH ami RARE. m
For Thanksgiving Day; may be had
KENNEDY & Co.
Chicken-Corn Fed, '
Reared at tho Kalihi Chicken Ranch,
Price, Thirty Cents a Pound.
Can be obtained from
. A. Herbert.
P. O. Box, 42. 509 lwb
J. f . ROBERTSON & Co.
HAVE RECEIVED, per Alameda,
Christmas Cards !
Ever received in Honolulu.
DIARIES FOR 1884
DAILY JOURNALS I
All of which aro
Cheaper than Ever !
J. W. ROBERTSON & Co.
G. H. ROBERTSON,
Drayman best teams
telephone No. C5. t 16
Treasury of Song.
THIS Beautiful Collection of Music
for tho Family and Social Circle,
contains over 500 pages of Choice Music
among which inny be mentioned, 'Jamie,'
The Old Sexton," " The SwIbs People's
Song," nnd others which havo delighted
Honolulu Audiences, nt tho recent con.
ceits, bsued in 8 diireicnt styles of
binding, at $3.60, 8.50, and 5.00 pr copy.
Orders recolvcd for tho above, by
Sole Agent for the IJaw'n Islands.
P.O. Box 281. 5511m
Choicest French Gaudies
Just received by tho Mariposa,
Prepare for Christmas. .
They arc the Largest nnd Best Assort,
ment, ever received in Honolulu.
And will be sold at
50. Cents Per Poiii.
A New Ice Cream Wagon !
which visits the Suburbs nt all Hours of
the Day and night with
Consignees Bark Spartan.
THE Bark SPARTAN hnvNg
arnveii nnd uctiig ready to
discharge cargo, Consignees
will ploase call at the ofllee
of the AirentH, pay freight and get order
for their goods.
CASTLE & COOKE,
SCO lw Agents.
Grocery and Feed Store.
WOLFE & EDWARDS, corner of
King and Nuunim itwn,
Fresh Gioceiies by every steamer. Or.
ders solicited, and goods dcliveied in
any part of the city. fiOl 0m b.
PEDIGREE M PUPS!
THREE PEDIGREE PUG PUPS,
Of the Male Sex,
Fifty Dollars Each.
- -Apply to
W. S. Luce,
500 tf b Kaahumanu street.
King Street Store,
Has Just Received,
Ex Bell Rock and other
Comprising in part as follows :
And Lotus Ware.
Theso goods aro entirely new to this
market, and arc well wortli inspection.
Single, Double nnd 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.
Gbinese Monadic Ciniii !
of assorted patterns.
Barboline Flower Pots,
Wedgwood and Majolica Ware
Thoro aro also in stock the regular
Dinner and Tea Services,
Chamber St'ts nnd Crockery,
of nvery dosciipliou.
Lamp (iobc, CMmneys, '
Burners, WiokB, &c, &c.
JT. T. "Wtitei'lioiiwe
King St., Honolulu.
502 tf b
rpHE undersigned begs to Inform tho
A public generally that ho has pur.
chased tho business of Apnu, of Koloa,
Kauai, and intends carrying on the same.
Apau will be responsible for the debts
on tho late business, CHONG WO.
Koloa, Kauai, Nov. 10, 188a. 558 lm
THIS is to certify that N. Clifford has
full power of Attorney to net for
me during my absence.
S. W. BUCKMAN,
Honolulu, Nov. 10, 1883. 503 8w
'DILLINGHAM & CO.'S-
BULLETIN OF NEW GOODS
JUST WECEIVED, INVOICES OF
HARKNESS FIRE EXTINGUISHERS !
Guaranteed to put out twice as large a fire in half the time of any other machine
It does not get out of older, nnd Is always rendy for me.
Every rcidcncc, Sugar Mill nnd Stoic should hnvo one.
Mag-neso-Calcite Fire Proof Safes & Boxes
With largci percentage of Insldo spneo titan any other safe We ahe Sole
Agents koh the Amove.
NEW DESIGNS IN SILVER PLATED WARE.
Wire Cloth, Wire Netting, Rice Cloth, Bird Cages,
Barl) Fencing Wire, Pumps, Wimlwills, Tanks,
Slcidtvto Oil in ITivo Gull on Tins.
Kerosene and Llbricnting OHb a specialty. A good stock on hand and to airivc.
Call and examine our Nciv Goods.
DILLINGHAM & CO. .
MACNEALE & URBAN SAFES
With Patent Insido Boltwork and Hingo Cap.
A Large 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. BEItGER, General Agent,
510 tf 1)
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,
It is the most economical Machine in ufo, easily managed and automatic in its
I can furnish from a 20 Light to n 1000 Light Machine, smaller sizes constantly
on hand. w J
GAS FIXTURES OF MITCHELL, VANCE & CO.
For Circulars, Catalogues Pricos, etc., apply to
O. O. BERG-ER, Sole Agent,
6 tf b HAWAIIAN ISLANDS.
TO BE HELDJTeSPONSIBLE I
Workingmen's Trade Union,
Great I X L Store
Corner Nuuanu and Queen Sts.
The People lass at Ob Great 1. 1 L Store
And the Store for the People Is tho Groat I. X. L., where
Clothing, White and Percale Shirts,
Hats, Gaps, Boots, Shoes, Neckwear,
Are beingsold 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 nnd Queen Streets.
A'lTOUNEY AT LAW,
No, 1H Kaahumanu street.
Good IinuincMH Clmnce.
FOR Sale a RESTAURANT in a
good location, doing good solid
business, with groceries, fixtures, furni.
ture, etc. 15 years lease.
Address, n. F.,
531 8m This OfDofl.
EX LATK AIUUVALS,
75 HarrolH, UVeislj
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