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PlcxJgod to neither Beet nor Party,
But established for tho benefit of all,
FRIDAY, DEC. 21, 1883.
THIS DAY'S DOINGS.
Regular Cash Snlo at Sales Room,
of Lyons & Levey at 10 o'clock.
Ladies' Prayer Meeting, Fort St.
Church, at 3 o'clock.
Auction Sale of Christmas Goods
at sales room of Mr. Adams, at 7
Polynesia Encampment, at 7 :30.
Imp. Order of Red Men, at 7:30.
Morning Star Lodge, K. of J. 7 :30.
Social at Miss Breeso's, ?:30.
THE WRQKINC MEN'S UNION.
The regular meeting took place
on Tuesday evening. One new
member was elected.
The executive committee reported
that the application, in the case of
the German laborers, for a man
damus to allow an appeal, from the
police justice at Koloa, to be reheard
in the Supreme Court was dismissed.
Mr. Ward appeared for the appelant,
Karl Klemme, and Mr. Whiting for
the Attorney-General. His Honor
heard the case on its merits though
it might have been dismissed on a
technical point. The appelant had
not complied with tho forms neces
sary to secure an appeal, through
iguorance of the law, and because
he had no legal tender coin to pay
the fine and costs of the appeal.
The committee recommended that
the work of the Union should be
chiefly educational in future and
that they should try to supplement
v the present institutions by something
useful which was not yet provided.
A letter, from Mr. E. ff. Ward,
was read, concerning the case of tho
The employment committee re
ported that the labor market was in
a deplorable condition, that there
were fifty applicants for one job.
This was substantiated by Mr. Wise
man. That ten men from Koloa had
tried to obtain work but seven or
eight had returned.
Mr. Ward asked if the committee
of German residents had paid for the
expenses of the women while in
. charge of the Union and why the
committee had not? reported.
The Committee were instructed to
report at the next meeting, especially
as. to the recoupment.
Special votes of thanks were
passed to Mr. Gartcnberg for the
use of his hall on two evenings ; to
Messrs. Hebbard and Ashley and
Messrs. S. M. Carter & Co., for
their free cartage of the baggage of
the German women ; and to Mrs.
Jarret f6r her donation of a lamp
It was agreed to send copies of
the resolutions to the German syndi
cate. It was decided, in consequence of
the small attendance, owing to the
inclemency of the weather, to post
pone the nomination of officers till
26th Inst., when they would be
elected, due notice to be given and
the candidates to be elected by
Mr. Crowley hoped to make the
Union of ao educational character,
he. would like to see the walls hung
with diagrams, and desks round the
rooms during some evenings and, on
others, to have interesting discus
sions on entertaining topics. Work
ing men were competent to impart
instruction beneficial to artisans aud
would do so. He recommended men
to join the free drawing class at the
Y. M. C. A. He referred to the
Trades Union in Melbourne, which
now had a splendid building and
taught young men who were a credit
to the institution.
Mr. Cayenagh desired to have
classes and thought they had as
much ability as the Y. M. C. A.
Mr. Kohm was hard to beat in draw
ing, and, if Mr. Sherman taught
native, he would be on tho saino
footing as the chief justice.
Mr. Ward thought that Hawaiian
and figuring were most necessary,
the former so as to get on in this
country, and tho latter to assist
them in getting into the Government
when they would be able to under
stand figures pro and con.
Mr. Marchand recommended the
appointment of a doctor to examine
members before their admission to
see Jf they had tongues. It was not
fair for a few to do all tho talking.
Mr. Crowley hoped that, at the
next meetiug they would elect an
entirely fresh set of meu. They had
raised the number from five to its
present strength, but many causes
had lnmdered their growth, chiefly
the German business which they had
never contemplated. Ho then re
ferred to his being called an Austra
lian agitator by the . uturday JPress,
Ho had writen to the proprietor and
editor, but had received no reply.
He had never beeu an agitator but
had never hesifatcd to put his hand
to what he believed to be good and
true. He would always stand to his
post and act his part as a roan.
The meeting adjourned to 2Cth
Some pretty pink coral has beeu re
ceived by the Kaluna, and can be ob
tained at the ottlco of Hr. A. F. (Jooke.
HE ajBBliB. 'jg&.
Correspondence is solicited on tho top
ic of the day, or what may become so.
We reserve tho right to o.vclse purely
We do not hold ourselves responsible
for the opinions expressed by our coi
Editor Bulletin : Your dnih
contemporary, in referring to tho
judge's decision in the Gazette Char
ter case Bays, "The principal appli
cant for this charter is not a Ha
waiian subject and the question pre
sents itself whether a privilege of
this sort, which is not awarded to
foreigners in most countries, is really
his due." Your contemporary may
be eortect in sayilig "most coun
tries," but if he intends to include
the countries from which Hawaii
borrows her laws and usages the
United States and the British Em
pire I have the impression that ho
is wrong. I believe that charters
arc awarded to applicants, in the
United States without any question
of nationality. Will you or some of
your readers kindly inform me if I
am right? This one thing is certain,
that a large proportion of the capi
tal of chartered corporations in the
United States is foreign capital.
Moreover, I am told that charters
have been granted in this Kingdom
to foreigners. Would the Adver
tiser allow the privilege to one for
eigner and withhold it from another,
thus making "fish of one and fowl
of the other?" Surely, no man who
desires the commercial and financial
prosperity of the country can wish
to see foreign capital kept out of it ;
and certainly the debarring of for
eigners from procuring charters of
incorporation is saying in plain lan
guage, "We don't want your mo
ney." Talking of "Hawaiian sub
jects," there are many foreigners
long resident in this country, who
have made it their permanent home
and are loyal to the sovereign and to
the law, although they have not
undergone the formality of naturali
zation. Are these men to be over
ridden by men who have come more
recently to the country, and whose
loyalty is merely proportionate to
the number of dollars and cents they
can make out of it?
An Old Resident.
THE HONOLULU DIRECTORY.
Editor Bulletin: Certain busi
ness men in Honolulu who subscribed
to have their advertisement published
"Honolulu Advertising Direc
tor 1884" would like to know
what the balance of our merchants,
who subscribed, think of it as a
finished job. The understanding
was that the hanger was to be hand
somely mounted and neatly done, so
that it would be an ornament to any
office. A Merchant.
The Equitable Life Assurance Com
pany has an income of 48,493,349.50
and an expenditure of 0,981,400.47.
Its total assets at the end of 1881, were
44,308,541.89, secured by U. S. stocks,
bonds and mortgages on real estate.
The society has not a single contested
claim on its books, and its policies are
incontestable after three years from
their issue, and payable promptly on
proof of death. Its total real estate
yields a rental of over five per cent.
This is the best company in which to
insure your life. 580 lw b.
Auction Sales by Lyons & Levey:
Order of Auctioi Sales
LYONS & LEVEY.
Friday. Dec. lst.
At 10 a.m., at Salesroom, Regulnr,
Cash Sale of Dry Goods, ClothiBg,
Furniture, Toys, and Jewelry.
Saturday, Dec. 22nd.
At 7 p.m. at Salesroom, Special Sale
of Elegant Goods for the Christmas
Lyons & Levey, Auctioneers.
Regular Cash Sale
Friday, December 31st,
At 10 a. m., at Salesroom will be
DRY GOODS, CLOTHING,
Fdncy Goods, Toyf,
Jewelry, & 8uckn Sugar
One Open Buggy,
One Carriage IIoim,
;.ml a lot of Poultry.
Lyons & 1a: ey, Auctioneers.
(iniiiil Clearance Sale !
On Monday, Dec. 24th,
GOLDEN RULE BAZAR,
The Entire Stock of all kinds of
VoyH, DollH, Fancy GooiIh, Crockery,
VuHen, c, Jie. ,
POSITIVELY NO RESERVE
EVERYTHING MUST BE SOLD
Lyons & Levey, Auctioneers-
AUCTION SALE BY E. P. ADAMS.
ES. DP. ABAMS.
ITridny. lice. 21st,
At 7 i .tn. nt Salesroom, a Choice Col
k'dieu of Ohrisima Novelties.
JSfiPCall and fcco than.
Suturdny, Dec 5J2nd.
At 13 o'clock noon, at Salesroom
Lease of l'nclloek, ID DM00 acres,
near Punahnu for 5 yo.irs, suitable
for pasture: all well fmcednnd well
grown with Algcioba.
Sntm'dny, Dec. 252ml,
At 7 p.hi. at Store of 13. F. Ehlers &
Co., Fort Street New Christmas
E. P. Adams, Auctioneer.
Dec. 21st, at 7 o.clock,
At Sales Room of E. P. Adams
Will be found the
Opportunity of the Season !
Fine Ring. Htndfome Mirrors,
Statuettes, Silk Umbrellas,
Peatl Clnr Case", Albums,
, Perlume'il Soup, Stand Lumps,
Silk Embroidered Shawls,
Ivory Chess Men,
Silk Bordered Table Covers,
Sandal Wood Fans,
Handsomely Carved Sandal Wood
Baskets. Ladic.-.' Work Boxes,
China Silk Handkerchiefs, &c.
And a few
Good Oil Paintings
By an artist.
We invite the public to the stile, as
they cun realize full-value for their coin
Hawaiian Half Dollars taken
Ellis will do most of the talking.
E. P. Adamb, Auctioneer.
LAST EVENING SALE.
MONDAY, Dec. 24th,
at 7 p. m at Salesroom,
IIAXWS03IK mXXEK SETS,
Decorated Cups and Saucer-,
Tea Sets, Vas.es and Flower Pots,
Ivory Handle Knivc-,
Fine Perfumed Soups,
AN ASSORTMENT OF
OUT GKLASS WARE
Hanging and Stand Lamps new
Some Handsome MAJOLICA "WARE.
A Variety of Goods,
Suitable for Christmas.
P$Ladies are invited and will have
E. P. Adams, Auctioneer.
Messrs. G. W. Macfarlane&Co.
HAVE received from London a
special consignment, which is
now on view, of LONDON MADE
Newest and Most Eecherche Patterns.
Pearl, and Other Gem Rings,
And other Ornament all mounted
In fine gold.
ALSO, A Sl'LENDID A8SOBTMENT OF
For Ladies and Gentlemen.
Including some fine Minute Repeaters
and Cluonographs, in heavy 18-carut
gold cases; some Beautifully Enameled
Watches, In hunting cases, for Ladies,
and an assortment ot fine
Alo a verv beautiful Assottment of
SILVElt JEWELRY, of specially new
design and mnko.
t3TTho whole consignment will bo
ottered at exceptionally low prices, to
clear before Now Year's Day.
587 tf b
AWA of Palnma having nmdo an as
signment this day to tho under,
signed for tho benefit of his creditors,
all persona having any claim against
said Arm, will plcaso present them at our
office within sixty days from date here,
of, or they will be forever barred; ail
persons owing said AWA are requested
to make immediate payment to the un
derslgned. HYMAN BROS.
Honolulu, Dec, 12th. 18!). C84 lm
THE ROOM recently occupied by
tho Planters' Iibor & Supply Co.,
over wossrs v. i. irwin cc vn s,
Apply to JOHN H, PATY
ti ' Tn
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:& K..J1A1- -t. 'WJLlUk. kAGBB6 3TJt JwJss. , Iff-ftLj
Will open on
Sattmlny, Dec. 8tli, 1883.
with a large collection of
Chromoo, Ebony "Ware,
Artists Materials, &c, &c.
No. 100. : : : King Shoot
"Way's New Block.
KING BR0S' lm b
P. A. DIAS
Informs his friends and the public gene
rally that ho will
Open on Saturday Next,
His New Dry Goods Store,
On King Street,
(Near Castle & Cooke's) with an
Gent's Furnishing Goods, &c.
ORDERS may now be left with the
To arrive Ex " ALAMEDA "
S. J. Levey & Co.,
Deaember 22nd, 1883. 687 lw
King Street Store,
Has Just Received,
Ex Bell Rock and other
Comprising in part as follows :
And Lotus "Ware.
These goods are entirely new to this
market, and tiro well worth inspection.
Single, Double and Treble,
In Amber, Gieen, Blue,
Rose, and Flint Colors.
of New and Elegant Designs,
In Mo.-s China, Glass, Majolica,
and Barboline Ware, with
New Self-Lighting Burners.
of assorted patterns.
Barboline Flower Pots,
Wedgwood and Majolica Ware
There aro also in stock the regular
Dinner and Tea Services,
Chamber Sets and Crockery,
of every description.
Lamp Globes, Chimneys,
Burners, Wicks, &c, &c.
JT. T. Waterhoutse
King St., Honolulu.
fi(13 If h
Music J Music I !
LESSONS given on tho PIANO at rea
enable rutes, at Teacher's or
Pupil's owniesidcnce, by Mrs. A. Altman
lately from New York, incpalro nt 15
Emma street, between a and 0 p. m.; or
at A. M. Mollis, Foit street Store, be.
tween 0 nnd 2 o'clock. fi80 lm
Bethesda Mineral Water !
. Or by tho Bottle,
Hollister & Co.,
Ml lm b Polo Agents, TInw'n Islnnds
Hull 1'i'ogruiiiiiieH !
NEW DESIGNS, just received fiom
San Francisco, at The Daii.v Biji
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DILLINGHAM & OO.'S
BULLETIN OF NEW GOODS!
JUST KECE1VEI, INVOICES OF
HARKNESS FIRE EXTINGUISHERS !
Guaranteed to put out twice ns large a fire in half tho time of any other mnchinj
It docs not get out of order, and is always ready for use.
Every residence, Sugar Mill and Stoto should have one.
Magneso-Calcite Fire Proof Safes & Boxes
With larger percentage of inside space than any other safe VT auk Sole
Agents koii the Above.
NEW DESIGNS IN SILVER PLATED WARE.
Wire Cloth, Wire Netting, Rico Cloth, Bird Cages,
Barb Fencing Wire, Pumps, Windwills, Tanks,
Slcidcrnto Oil in ITivo Gallon Tins.
Kerosene and Librieatiug Oils a specialty. A good stock on hand and to arrive.
Call and examine our New Goods.
, DILLINGHAM & CO-
BROGUE and SPEAR
Watchmakers, Engravora, Manufacturing Jewelera and Importers,
" HAVE ON nAND, JUST ARRIVED
Diamonds and Other Precious Stones,
Waltham Watches Gold and Silver,
For the Trade.
The Lnrgest nnd Finest Assortment of GOLD and SILVER JEWELRY, Solid
and SILVER PLATED GOODS, ever Imported into this Kingdom.
Clocks, Spectacles, and JEye Glasses.
582 lm b
MACNEALE & URBAN SAFES
With Patent Inside Boltwork and Hinge Cap.
KvOIMMSj3 BHhHH till
A Large Assortment of these justly Celebrated Safes
Over 500 in daily use on the Hawaiian Islands.
Safes Sold for Cash, op on the Installment Plan.
For Prices, Circulars, etc., apply to
C. O. BERGKER, General Agent,
510 tf b HAWAIIAN ISLANDS.
SPRIMHEL DMJAS MACHINES.
nrTSiTV?,ll"lai0Wn Macllino is now used at the Royal Palace, Hawaiian Hotel,
Music Hall, and a numKr of prhate residences, giving entire satisfaction everv
It is the most economical Machine in use, easily managed and automatic in its
I can furnish fiom a 20 Light to a 1003 Light Machine, smaller sizes constantly
GAS FIXTURES OF MITCHELL, VANCE & CO.
For Circulars, Catalogues Prices, etc., apply to
O. O. BERGKER, Sole Agent,
604 tf b
NO LONGER HELD RESPONSIBLE I
Great I X L Store
Corner Nuuanu and Queen Sts.
The People lass at flo Great 1 1 L Store
And the Store for the People is tho 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 tell. Call etrly at the Great I X L Store, cornerof
j Nuuanu nnd Queen Sireets. '
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