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WEDNESDAY, DEC. 12, 1883.
THIS DAY'S DOINGS.
Closing out sale of Cnl. Furniture
Co., by Mr. Adams, nt 10.
Chamber of Commerce, 10:30.
Meeting Stock Exchange, nt 11.
" Concert, at Waikiki, 7 S80.
Band, Hawaiian Hotel, 7:30.
Oalm Lodge, No. 1 K. of P. 7:30.
Bethel Prayer Meeting, nt7:30.
Fort St. Church Prayer Meeting
at 7 :30.
St. Andrew's Cathedral, usual
THE MASS MEETINC
Was held ou Monday evening in the
Armory, Hou. G. W. Pilipo in the
chair. Messrs. W. R. Castle and A.
K. Kutmiakea were elected Vice
Presidents, Messrs B. "W. Kawainui
and L. 6. Thurston, Secretaries.
Hon. G. W. Pilipo, in opening
the meeting, said they would speak
first concerning the Pacific Mail
Co.'s contract with the Government,
and then on the necessity for elect
ing independent candidates.
The meeting, comprising over 200
people, was addressed by Mr. Kalua,
Mr. S. B. Dole and Hon. G. W.
Pilipo on behalf of the opposition,
and by Mr. Kaulukou for the Gov
ernment. Mr, Kaulukou was applauded, in
the course of his remarks, by a
small Body in the corner of the room,
apparently soldiers, judging from
their regular tramp, and among them
Mr. J. S. Webb and Mr. Testa of
..the Foreign Office were conspicuous.
Hon. G. W. Pilipo, who followed
Mr. Kaulukou, was loudly applauded
at the conclusion of his address, and
the following resolutions were
passed. One man only, who held
up both hands, dissented to the last
Whereas, We are informed that an
unfavorable sentimeut lias grown up, at
Washington, against our Government,
In consequence of the want of good faith
shown by His Majesty's Minister of
Foreign Affaire toward the raeilic Mail
Steamship Co., iu the matter of the
contract for bringing immigrants from
r China, thereby jeopardising our treaty
relations with the Uuited States, and
the independence of our Government;
Wueiieas, The past administration
of affairs by the present Cabinet has
. .impoverished the treasury, and brought
.'the King and Government into disre
pute, at homo and abroad; be it
1. That we the citizens of Honolulu,
in public meetiug assembled, hereby
condemn the action of the cabinet in
the matter of the said contract with the
Pacific Mail Steamship Co.
2 That we hereby express our utter
want of confidence in the present eab
3 That in the need of thecountry for
independent legislators, we" hereby
nominate and recommend to the voters
of the district of Honolulu, as candi
dates for the next election of represen
tatives, the names of Joseph O. Carter,
uuaupu u. jvuwuiuui, a., r. ivaiauKoa
VUUU o . i. .uowscce, ,i r.
The following committee was then
'reappointed to wait upon the candi-
&,dates: John Kalaina, S. B. Dole,
W. O. Smith, J. U. Kawainui and
". The answers of the candidates
?were ordered to be printed in the
-"',j ; The meeting closed at' half-past
THE PLANTERS LABOR AND SUPPLY
7Held a lengthy meeting yesterday
- 'Cwhen the subjects of New Hebrides
x;;and Portuguese immigration were
fully discussed. A strong feeling
'rfftyraa expressed in favor of the con-
fekf!tinuaucc of the introduction of Pbr-
.t; -tugnese immigrants as being most
Wjfjs , beneficial to the country, both as la-
fc, ;. borers and population. Matters re
lating to the treaty were also fully
1 , -ventilated. A comparison was made
, of the cost of the South Sea Islanders
gi, received by the Julia and the
h-'.'.aiazard, the former costing 8115
eacu, and the latter nearly $200;
if the Hazard had been able to ob
tain u full complement of men, their
cost would have been less than those
received by the Juliu. No action
vwas taken concerning their further
" introduction, but Captain Tierney's
i-.'report was received. Mr. A. Hoff-
.Vnung was present to explain his
idens on the subject of Portuguese
immigration, Mr. A. F. Cooke and
'Captain Tierncy being present for a
'similar purpose with respect to
.South Sea Island laborers. Mr.
,J;Hoff tiling's proposals were approved,
Gand it was reported that several
VJuindred Portuguese had been applied
-luu juciiug ui jJiuuiuru will UO
'tained before it is decided to
Obtain a. further supply from the
i PUUU1; UClttt
It is unusual to hear that, a Chinaman
has Insured his life, and It. is still more
unusual to hear of such prompt pay
ment of claims as the following. On
lGth February, Leo Loy, who was doing
business In lillo. Insured his life In the
Equitable Life Assurance Company for
83,000, under the fifteen year endow
ment plan. He. paid a year's premium
and died In September. On !Ust October.
Mr. A. J. Cartwrlglit, the Honolulu
agent of tlio Company, sent, to the head
olllce In New York, proof of Lee Loy's
death; the matter having been placed
in his hands two days previously. On
4th December, thirty four days after the
papers left Honolulu, the wife of the
deceased gave a receipt for $!),000, the
full amount of her claim, the money
having been sent from New York and
handed to her. This Instance not only
shows the benefit of Life Assurance, but,
also the very prompt manner in which
settlements are made by the Kqultablc
Lifo Assurance (. ompany, which did
not even avail Itself of the power to
withhold payment for sixty days, in a
policy which had not been In force for
three" years. 570 lw b
MR. GIRVIN'S CASE. .
Editor Bulletin: The dismissal
of Mr. Girvin, from his appointment
as school agent at Wailuku, has
received considerable attention in
the papers. I wish to correct some
statements that have been made. 1st
Mr. Walker was present at the
meeting of the Board, at which the
proprictry of removing him was dis
cussed. 2nd I believe that com
munications had been sent to Hono
lulu, reccommending his removal.
3rd I think the Gazette obtained its
information from Mr. Girvin himself,
and not iu any way from the Educa
tion Olllce. Fair Play.
Our correspondent's letter was
somewhat lengthy, but the above
are his main points, The, Secretary
of the Board of Education informs
us that authority was given to the
President of the Board of Education,
six weeks before Mr. Girvin's re
moval, to use his judgment in the
matter, in consultation with the
Inspector of Schools. Ed. D. Bi
Auction Sales by Lvons & Levey.
Order of Sales at Auction,
By LYONS & LEVEY.
Thursday, Dee. 12th.
At 10 a.m. at Sales Room of Ma
jolica Ware, Luminous articles,
Opera and Field Glasses, Basket
Ware etc., etc.. imported expressly
for the Holiday Trade.
Friday, Dec. 14th.
At 10 a.m. at California Restaurant
by order of Assignees, the whole of
the Furniture, Cooking Utensils, etc.
Friday, Dec. 14th.
At 7 p.m. at Sales Room, Special'
Sale Toys & Fancy goods, just re
ceived per S. S. Mariposa.
Sa tin-day. Dec. 15th.
At 7 p.m. at Sales Room Valuable &
Elegant goods suitable for Christ
mas. and New Years Gifts.
Thursday, Dec. 13.
At 10 a. m., at our Sales Room, Special
' and Important Sale of Goods, Im
ported ixr.ressly for the
A choice invoice of
Just lauded, consisting of
Strawberry Dishes, Butter Dishes,
Jelly Dishes, Sardine Boxes,
Tea pots, Biscuit Boxes, etc., in new &
Opera & Field Glasses.
Albums, Powder -Boxes, Snhatels,
Luminous articles in new and uni
Small Assortment ol Fancy Glass Goods,
Fancy goods of ovary description,
Suoh us binoking T.tbles and Work
Boxes in Oxydized Iron, a variety of
Baskets, compri.-ing Picnic, Lunch,
Bread aud Knife Basket?, Music
Racks, Sponge and Garden Baskets.
VSBTWc beg to call the attention of the
public to the above sale. All the goods
have teen specially selected to meet the
requirements of this market, and will
be sold in lots to suit purcluiFers.
Lyons & Levey, Auctioneers.
ALFRED S. HARTWELL,
COUNriKLLOli AT LAW,
OfHce-.over the Bank of P.isliop & Co.
C83 3m b Honolulu.
FRESH EASTERN OYSTERS
MX " MAMPOSA ''
Frozen in Tins and Shell,
A.rC TI-IIO WINDSOR.
B2F"E.xpirl Openers on
hand to till
ra3 i f
A Lot of Land
300 ft wide by 300 ft. deep,
Situated on makni side of BerclanJa
Street, near the residence of Mr. Wong
Qui. Water laid on.
STABLE AND OUT-BUILDINGS
ALSO ON THE I'JIEMJBES.
Trcc3 and Flowers are now planted aud
Grounds are well laid out,
SS tf g OflULAN & CO.
Vail Programme !
NEW DESIGNS, just received from
San Francisco, at The Daji.y Hoi,
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AUCTION BALE BY E. P. ADAMS.
ES. 3P. -AOD-A-M.
Wciliic.wlny, Ircc lSJtli.
Closing out Sain of Furnitures
Cnl. Furnlturo Co. at 10 A. m.
Tlim-Ntlny, Doc. 13th.
Underwriters' Sale, 12 o'clock, To.
baeeo, Hats, &c.
Friday, December 1441i.
Ohrl-tmns Novelties, 7 r. it.
Saturday, Dec. lfttlt.
Ehlers & Co., Christmas Sale, 7 p.m.
081 15. P. Adams, Auctioneer.
Having received instructions from the
FiuiHre ITg Co.
Of Fan Francisco lo Clore Out
at Auction, the WHOLE of their STOCK
FUR MBT U R E
I will offer the muuc atPublin Auction
by Catalogue, nt their FUltNITURE
WAREROOMS, Queen Street.
On WEDNESDAY, Dec. 12,
At 10 o'clock A M.
BTho Sale a is positive one. There
will 1 e no reserve whatever on anything.
Everything will be sold- to the highest
bidder- This ui.n-utal opportunity for
bargains' will doubtless be availed of by
parties about furnishing or replenishing
their houses. The follow ing is u partial
List of offerings, namely:
B. W. Parlor Suites,
Upholstered in Raw and Silk Plush
Eligmt Bed Lounges, in Raw Silk and
Carpet Chairs, Carpet Rockers,
Ebony Plush Top Tables,
)nys Top Ebony and Gilt. Tables,
Ebony and Gilt all Cabinet?,
Black Walnut Marble Top
CONSISTING EACn OF
Bedstead, Bureau, W.ishstund,
Two Chairs, Rocker,
Table and Towel Rack.
Black Walnut Rockers,
B. W. Sewing Rockois,
B W and Ash Kxtcn-ion Dining Tahles,
Child's B W Cribs, Book' Shelves,
Ash, Walnut Trimmed Bedsteads.
I.AUGE ASSOUTMENT OF
B W Onice Desks, Ladies B W Desks,
B W II ill Stands, with Mirrors:
English Cottage Chairs,
O.tk Douglas Ufflci- Chairs,
Bent Kim Oak Chair--,
Handsome Ebony Hanging Cabinets.
B. W. BUREAUS and MBE0ES,
French Plate Mirrors,
Oik high Cane Office Stools,
Bl.ick Walnut Tea Poys,
SHEETS and PILLOVV CASES,
Hair Mattrasses, Eureka Matrasses,
Spring Mattrasses, Hair Pillows,
Koa Sideboards, &c, &c, &c.
TERMS of Sale CASH ON DEL1V.
"Catalogues will be ready Dec. 5th
and Goods may then be inspected.
577 E. P. Adams, Auctioneer.
Will open on
Saturday, Dec. 8th, 1883.
with a large collection of
Chromos, Ebony Ware,
Artists Materials, &c., &c.
No. 108. .: : :. King Street
Wat's New Block.
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A I.qT OF
Oysters in tins,
Pears and Apples,
All in magniflclont coirlitlon. 6ft,
t3TCall early as the supply Isllmlted.
581 lw KENNEDY & CO.
MR. CJIAS. FURNEAUX will give
free instruction In free hand cut
line drawing at the Y. M, O. A. Hall, to
Mechanics only, on Saturday Evenings,
from 7 to 8 r m. 'I ho course will open
December 8th, and will consist of twelve
le sons 577
HOLLISTER & CO.
Druggists & Tobacconists,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL,
50 Nuuanu Street, Honolulu, and Cor.,
587 Port and Merchant streets, tf b
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Mcest French GaMies
Just received by the Mariposa,
Prepare for Christinas.
They arc tho Lnrprsl. nnd Best Assort
incnt, ever received In Honolulu.
And will 1)0 sold at
50 Center FonuL
A New. Ice Gruam Wagon !
which vi-ita the Suburbs at all Hours of
the Day and night with
Soda Water ami Ice Cream
P. A. DIAS
Informs his f I'cn'ls and the public gene,
rally that he will
Open on Saturday Next, .
lis Hiw Dn Goofls Store,
On King Street,
(Nenr Castle & Cooke's) with an
Gent's Furnishing Goods, &c.
PEDIGREE M POPS!
THREE PEDIGREE PUG PUPS,
Of the Male Sex,
Pifty Dollars Each.
W. S. Luce,
683 tf b Kiahuin inu striet.
King Street Stoie,
Has Just Received,
Ex Bell Honk and other
Comprising in part as follows :
And Lotus Ware.
These goods arc entirely new to this
market, nnd arc well worth inspection.
Single, Double nnd Treble,
In Amber, Green, Blue,
Ro3e, and Flint Colors.
of Njw and Elegant Designs,
In Mo s China, Gins', Mno'ica,
and Barbolino Ware, with
New Se I -Lighting Burners
of aborted patterns.
Moss B tskcts,
Barbolino 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, Chlmuoys,
Burners, Wicks, &c, &c.
JT. T; Waterhouse
King St., Honolulu.
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DILLINGHAM & CO.'S
BULLETIN OF NEW GOODS !
JUST KKCE1VEB, INVOICES OF
HARKNESS FIRE EXTINGUISHERS !
Guaranteed to put out twlco as largo a fire in half the time of nny other machln".
It docs not get out of order, and Is always ready for use.
Every rocldcncc, Sugar Mill and Stoic should have one.
Magneso-Calcite Fire Proof Safes & Boxes
With largei percentage of inside space than any other safe Wk aivk 8oi.it
Agents fou the Auove.
NEW DESIGNS IN SILVER PLATED WARE.
Wire Cloth, Wire Netting, Rice Cloth, Bird Cages,
Barb Fencing "Wire, Pumps, Windwills, Tanks,
Slcitlsratc Oil in ITivo Gallon Tiuiw. ,
Kerosene and Llbricatlng Oils a specialty. A good stock on hand and to nrrivr.
Call and examine our JSrwv Goods.
BROGUE and SPEAR
Watchmakers, Enjravers, Minufaoturii Jewelers and Importers,
HAVE ON HAND, JUST ARRIVED
Diamonds and Other Precious Stones,
Waltham Watches Gold and Silver,
For the Trade.
The Largest and Finct Assortment of GOLD anl SILVER JEWELRY, Solid
and SILVER PLATED GOODS, ever imported Into this Kingdom.
Cloclts, Spectacles, and Mye Glasses.
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MACNEALE k URBAN SAFES
With Patent Inside Bollwork and Hinge Cap.
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A Iiarge 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. BERGER, General Agent,
olOtf" HAWAIIAN ISLANDS.
SPRINGFIELD GAS MACHINES.
This Well-known Machine is now used at the Roval .Palace, Hawaiian Hotel,
Music Hall, and a numb. r of private residences, giving entire satisfaction every
It is the most economical Machine in u?e, easily managed and automatic in its
I can furnish from a 20 Light to a lOa,1) Light Machine, smaller sizes constantly
on hand. - '
GAS FIXTURES OF MITCHELL, VANCE & CO.
For Circulars, Catalogues Prices, etc., apply to
O. O. BERG-ER, Sole Agent,
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NO LONGER HELD RESPONSIBLE !
Great I X L Store
Corner Nuuanu and Queen Sts. '
The People Mass at the &reat I. X. L. Store
And the Store for the People Is the Groat 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 toll. Call early at the Great I X L Sto re, comerof
Nuaanu and Queen Street,
DILLINGHAM & CO'
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