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THURSDAY, NOV. 20, 1883.
THIS DAY'S DOINGS.
Thftnkgivtng Service, at
Street Church, 11.
Tlmnksgivlus; Service, at St. An
drew's Cathedral, 11.
Base Ball Match, 1 :30.
Meeting, Eclipse Boat Club, 7
THIS IS THE DAY
Set apart, all over the world, as the
American Day of Thanksgiving. No
nation has more occasion to give
thankl, for the blessings received
during the past year, than has the
American nation ; and all tho Amer
ican residents in Honolulu are to
day invited to attend special thanks
giving services at the various
Tho advancement of the United
States has been unequalled in the
t world's history, and we trust that it
may continue so, and at no timebe
drawn into the horrors of war. The
crops have now been gathered, and
peace and plenty reign throughout
America, and this is the day when
any ill-feeling should be forgotten,
and friendships should be firmly re
newed. To-day will be observed as a gen
eral holiday, and our American citi
zens should think of the family par
ties assembled in their homes in tho
United States, where every member
of a family is, if possible, gathered
together, and where there will be
thoughts for the absent ones, some
of whom are in Honolulu.
Correspondence is solicited on the top
ics of the day, or what may become so.
We reserve the right to excise purely
We do not hold ourselves responsible
for the opinions expressed by our cor
THE WORKINC MAN.
Editor Bulletin: As a Hawaii
an workman I have watched from
the beginning the progress and ac
tions of the Working Men's Union,
and have taken part in one of the
meetings some time ago, because I
know the good that such a Union is
capable of doing, not only for them
selves but for the whole community,
when properly managed, minding
their own business, and working
under a good co-operative system,
for the benefit of all its members
whether in health or sickness, and
by decreasing the cost of living.
Class labor and Trade Unions, un
derstanding their business, influence
wages, and are different from work
ing men's and co-operative Unions
which strive only to lessen the cost
of living; they rauke wages worth
more by making them go further.
As I understand these open and
above board Unions, this and this
only, is their object. But I have
failed to see any attempt to accom
plish this, by the society lately or
ganised here. From reading their
constitution, (which to me has no
j definite meaning), I am led 'to be
lieve, that, they think themselves all
powerful, or expect to become so,
when they say that their object is to
protect all working-men and make
their occupation profitable, Quite an
undertaking ! But their real object
seems to me, The sustaining of a
Socialistic System, advocated by
' their public exponent this San Fran--
cisco Truth, which has been read in
$ their meetings. Such a svstcm aims
to undermine the foundation of all
inrliiBt.rv. "NTnw wlint.nnnnririr knmv.
xeage, interest or ciaim nave tucy in
iy ' bill? UVUJJLIjr Ulttb1TmittllU)tUt:il yu1uh-
- w m tr r mvi ma n a nn j-1 tMn wa 4 1 v
such ideas? They have not yet in
formed us, I want to know. On
enquiring at a meeting of tiie Union
I find that no application for assis
tance had been made to them by the
German labourers, but they appoin
ted themselves an investigating Com
mittee, not for that matter only, hut
to bolster tip men who came here re
presenting themselves to be what
''2they are not. Now such officious-
ness tends to no qnd of trouble for
all concerned, especially plantation
hired laborers, who will catch at a
straw to create trouble to defraud
, their employer. It is not fuir play
rto the hard working planters, many
of whom, to ray personal knowledge,
are working and have worked for
many years of pleasant labor from
forecastle, &U.$ Why should
.'V"uffcr loss and the
discontented laborers win
ho wotk no
hnrder or suffer no more than ihi-ir
employers huc for years? Whj
should this investigating committee
in the name of the working men o
Honolulu promote discontent o
hold out support for such t
They have their Consul to go to,
and the Immigration Inspector can
see how they fare.
I should like to nsMst tho women
clump their spouses back to fill their
honest contracts, under protest if
they wish, instead of fooling away
their time in prison, glorying in the
satisfaction of defrauding their em
ployers, because they themselves arc
more comfortable and better ted in
a prison than on a plantation ; ami
this at the risk of leaving their wives
and young children to tho tender
tnorcies of strangers. "What noble
fellows 1 Let this Committee take
their case to Court, or buy the
"Martha Ridcout" and ship them
back to Germany. So much hns
been said and done lately about, the
woikingman, atone time he is a good
fellow, something to be helped, at
another, a reproach ; and those only
are workingmen, who cannot work
for themselves, but hang "round
stores, street corners and saloons,
waiting for something to turn up.
A Working Man.
A. P. DIAZ
Informs his friends nmr the public gene
rally that he will
Open on Saturday Next,
His New Dry Goofls Store,
On King Street,
(Near Castle & Cooke's) with an
AND . .
Gent's Furnishing Goods, &c.
Anglican Church Chronicle
WILL BE ISSUED ON "
Saturday, December 1st.
The Anglican Church. Uiihonicle
is edited nnd published by the
Rev. Alexander Mackintosh nnd the Rev.
George Wallace, and is a distinctly
keligiocs magazine, devoted to the in.
tercbts of the Christian Church through
out the world. It embraces also,
thoughts on Literary, Scientific and
Educational subjects generally.
Price, $2.G0 per annum, in advance.
All communications relating to re
newals, subscriptions and advertise
ments may bo addressed to the Rev. Al
exander Mackintosh, P. O. Box 43, Hon
olulu. , 571 2t.
Legation ok the United States, )
Honolulu, Nov. 24, 1883. J
The President of the United States of
Ameiica by proclamation having desig
nated Thun-dny, tho 29ih instant, as a
day of National Thanksgiving, with tho
recommendation that it be observed by
the people of the Republiq in returning
thanks to tho Great Giver for the con
tinuance of His protection and great
bounty to them :
Wherefore do I invito all American
citizens sojourning on these Islands to
make duo observance of Thursday, the
20th instant, as a day cf Thanksgiving
nnd Prni-cin harmony with tho people
of tho United States; and to tliiB end ap
propriate services will be ottered at Fort
street Church, iu Honolulu, at 11 o'clock
of that day, and tho door will be open
to all. Similar cci vices will uKo bo ob.
served at St. Andrew's Ci thulral on the
same day and at the same hour, and a
f general Invitation is extended to tho pub
lo to participate therein.
Roll in M. Daggett,"
570 2tb Minister Resident, U. H. A.
INFORMS tho Public that ho has just
returned from San Francisco, per
" Alameda, with a oiioioe lot of
Selected expressly for this Market.
They will bo opened for sale on
SATURDAY, DECEMBER 1st, 1883,
At No 110 King Street, Way's Block.
tTSTGnods delivered free of charge.
Orders from the other Islands faithfully
I hope, by strict attention Id tho wants
of the community, and by fair dealings,
to merit a share of tho public patronage.
Now Goods will be added to my stock
from time to time, us the wants of my
customers may require.
Tejephone, No. 110. 670 lw1)
auction Sales by Lyons & Ibvoy.
S M'UKDAY EVENING,
December ltd, 188J,
o lnui' beenf ivoiol with lnstruolionb
ft til o.iu Of tho Lnrgo&t Importing
lln i-t's in this clt , to soil by
nblli diitlon, at our Sales Roomf ot
Im, uT"7p in, tl.c higtand
11 o st Elegant
Vaiu-tj ot Useful and Ornamental Goods
Christmas and Now Year Prcsonts,
E or oxhiliitul in Honolulu,
Vases, Albums, Hand Bags,
Pursiss, Pans, Piower Bowls,
v Wuik Baskets, Clocks, Lamps,
&c, &c, i&C.
And forming one of the choicest ship
ments cvir intioduccd to meet the taste
of tho Hawaiian people.
For the convenience of ladies attend,
lug our Christinas Night Sulc, seals
will bo provided for their accommoda
tion. 571 Lsons fe Lk ey, Auctioneers.
Ex " Alnmcdti "
HORSE SHOEING-par excellence.
I Mian & Wright,
TO THE IRONT AGAIN
NO more contracted hoofs, fever in
feet, lumcucss and sore shoulders,
forging or over-reaching, corns or quar
Tho Patent Spring Horso Shoe does
Rocommcnded by tho California Society of
Prevcnfion of Cruelty to Animals.
This shoe is the invention of an old
horseman of 40 yeais expeiience, and is
manufactnied 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 the name implies the genc
ial principal, is to act as an ncsUtant,
wlieio cjasticity is natural in the foot.
The toes of these shoes being made
heavier than those of the common kind,
act as a toe weight, giing a horse a
greater length of stride and naturally
increasing his bpeed. For working, or
driving, hoiscs used on hard or stony
roads and troubled with lameness or
sore shoulders, these shoes are an in
fallible cure, while for sound horses that
may become liable to the same com
plaint they are a certain preventative.
They are a protection to corns on hor.ses
feet as they lelleve the part on which
the corns are produced.
Give them but one (rial and you will us
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 recommend
to our patrous.
We refer, by permission, to Mr. H- F.
Hebbaid, Express and Drayman, who
has given these shoes a thorough trial,
having used n sample set for the past
Whitman & Wright,
Pioneer Horso Shooing Shop.
75, 77, 79, and 81 King Street, Honolulu.
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.
Notice of Furtncrahip.
NOTICE is hereby given that a co
partnership has been tills day for
med between O F. Wolfo and J. 0. Ed
wards to carry on a grocery and feed
store in this cit winder the tirm nnmo of
501 ltnb WOLFE & EDWARDS.
Honolulu Nov. 1C, 1883
Good lljiHineHH Chance,
FOR Salo a RESTAURANT in a
good locution, doing good solid
business, with groceries, fixtures, furni
ture, etc. 15 years lease.
Address, II F.,
631 8m This Office.
HAS Ti K
GlioiCGSt French Caiies
Just received by the Manpofa,
Prepare for Christmas.
They nro the Lnras' nnd Best Assort
ment, cvci ictclvcd in Honolulu.
And will be sold at
50 Celts Per Fond.
A New Ice Cream Wagon !
which visits tho Sul
all Hours of
the D.iy nnd'
Soda Water and Ice Cream
Consignees Bark Spartan.
THE Bnrk SPARTAN having
arnven nnd ueing ready to
discharge cariro. Cnnsiirnnna
'&' will plcise o.ill at the office
of the Agents, pay fi eight and get oidcr
for their good".
CASTLE & COOKE,
JiGG lw Agents.
Grocery and Feed Store.
TITOLFE & EDWARDS, corner of
it King nnd Nuuanu streets.
Ficth Gnceries by cory fetcamer. Or
ders holicitcd, and goods delivered in
any part of the city. 5(11 0m b
PEDIGREE PUG POPS !
THREE PEDIGREE PUG PUPS,
Of the Male Sex,
Fifty Dollars Each.
W. S. Imce,
5GC tf b Kaahumanu street.
King Street Store,
Has Just Received,
Ex Boll Rook and other
. late arrivals,
Comprising in part at follows :
And Lotus Ware.
Theso goods are entirely new to this
market, nnd are well worth inspection.
Single, Double and Treble,
In Amber, Green, Blue,
Rose, and Flint Colore.
of New nnd Elegant Designs,
In Moss Oh inn, Glass, Mnjolica,
and Barbolino Ware, with
New Self-Lighting Burners.
of assorted patterns.
Barbolino Flower Pots,
Wedgwood and Majolica Ware
Thoro aro also in stock the regular
Dinner and Tea Services,
Chamber S'ts and Crockery,
of overy description.
Lamp Globes, Cliimnoys,
Kiiiihth, Wicks, tfca., Ac.
King St., Honolulu.
Oia if b
rpHE uudorcigned begs to inform the
-L public generally that ho has pur.
chased tho buiness of Apau, of Koloa,
Kauai, nnd intends carrying on tho same.
Apau will bo ies.ponsiblo for the dolus
on tho late bushier. CHONG WO.
Koloa, Knuai, Nov., 10, 188). 038 lni
THIS is to certify that N. Clifford hits
full powor of Attorney to net for
mo duriug my absence.
8. W. BUCKMAN.
'Honolulu, Nov. ll, 1883. W 8w
DILL1NGPIAM & CO.'S
BULLETIN OF NEWEOODS!
JUST RECEIVED, INVOICES OF
HARNESS FIRE EXTINGUISHERS !
Guaranteed io put out twice as largo a fire in half the time of any other machine.
It docs not get out of older, and is nlwnys rendy for U'C.
Every loMdcncc, Sugar Mill ntid Stotr should have one.
Magi. eso-Cal cite Fire Proof Safes & Boxes
With large! pcrcentngo of limiilo space thnn any other safe We auk Sole
Agents for the Above.
NEW DESIGNS IN SILVER-PLATED WARE.
Wire Cloth, Wire Netting, Rice Cloth, Bird Cages,
Barl Fencing Wire, Pumps, Windwills, Tanks,
Slciderate Oil in JPi-vo Gallon Tins.
Kerosene nnd Llbrlcatlng Oils a specialty. A good stock on hnnd and to nrnve.
Call and examine our New Goods,
DILLINGHAM & CO.
MAGNEALE & 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 Cash, or on the Installment Plan.
For Prices, Circulars, etc., apply to
C. O. BEIiGER, General Agent,
510 tfb HAWAIIAN ISLANDS.
SPRINGFIELD GAS MACHINES.
Tills Well-known Machino Is now used nt the Royal Palace, Hawaiian Hotel,
iviusic Hall, and a number of private residences, giving entire satisfaction overy-
It is the most economical Machino in ue, easily managed and automatic in its
I can furnish from a 20 Light to a 1003 Light Machine, smillcr sizes constantly
on hnnd. J
GAS FIXTURES OF MITCHELL, VANCE & CO.
For Circulars, Catalogues Prices, etc., apply to
604 tf b
TO BE HELDITeSPONSIBLE !
Workingmen's Trade Union.
Great I X L Store
Corner Nuuanu and Queen Sts.
The People Mass at the Great 1. 1 L Store
And tho Store for the People Is tho Groat I. X. L., ivhero
Clothing, White and Percale Shirts,
Hats, Caps, Boots, Shoes, Neckwear,
Are beingsold lower than any other house
in the kingdom.
Comparison of prices will toll. Call early at the Great I X L Bto re, cornerof
Nuuanu and Queen Hlreeti.
CHB. GERTZ, .
No. 80 Fort street, Honolul,!
Impor'or and Dealer in Gout's, Ladies'
and Children's boots, shoes and slippers.
Bethesda Mineral Water I
Or by tho Bottlo,
Hollister & Co.,
667 lm b Bole Agents, Haw'n Islands
O. O. BERGER, Sole Agent,
HOLLISTER & CO.
Druggists & Tobacconists,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL,
,Nu,?nu SW nlul", nnd Cor,
507 b ort and Menhant btrcets tf b
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A QUANTITY of iron Hoop, 2x8.10.
-CX. Alto, Iron Tanks. Apply to