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Iler Majesty the Queen will not hold
any reception on her birthday, Dec. 31,
1883. C. It. JUDD,
594 -It. II. M. Chamberlain.
lu Unity ttii
riedgel to noithor Scot nor Fatty.
But established for t'ae banofU of all.-
SATURDAY, DEO. 29, 1883.
THIS DAY'S DOINGS.
Gymnasium Exercises fos Lndler.
and Children from 9 to 11.
Mr. Atlnms will sell at 12, at his
Sales Room, Real Estate, &o.
Baud at Emma Square, at 4
Lyons & Levey will sell at 7, at
the Gulden Rule Bnz.ir, Toys, &e.
Magic Lantern Exhibitron, oppo
site Reading Rooms, Fort st.
Concert, Y. M. C. A. 7:30.
Bandmann, Music Hall, 7 ;80.
Gospel Temperance Meeting at
Bethel, at 7:80.
Bethel Sunday School, at 9 :45.
Fort St. Church S. S. at 9 :45.
School Exercises at' Ktuimaka
pil't Church, at 10 a. m.
St. Andrew's Cathedral S. S. 10.
Bethel, Rev. S. C. Damon, at 11.
St. Andrews' Cathedral, Rev. Mr.
Wallace, morning and evening.
Fort St. Church, Rev. J. A,
zan, morning and evening,
Service Y. M. C. A., 3 p.m.
Bible Class at
Vestry, at 6: 15
Fort St. Churco
THE WORKING MEN'S UNION.
The regular meeting was held on
Thursday evening, when two new
members were elected.
The Executive Committee reported
that all the German women had re
turned to Kauai ; that they expected
on the following day to have a defi
nite arrangement with the German
Committee about the payment of the
The Relief Committee tendered
their thanks to all who had enabled
them to assist the German women ;
they were satisfied that there was no
wrong in what they had done, as
others had followed ttieir example!
One woman had called to thank
them for the devotion and sympathy
they had shown, and had expressed
her thanks to Miss Brcese and the
The Employment Committee said
that business was dull, but they had
found work for three men.
The Treasurer's Report showed
liabilities of about 8110, and it was
agreed to hold his balance sheet
open till next meeting, to enable him
to collect all outstanding accounts.
Mr. E. ff. Ward hoped that the
Report of the German Relief Fund
would be presented at the same time.
Ho thought that the German resi
dents would recoup them the ex
penses they had incurred, and their
offers should bo received with thanks.
The Secretary's half yearly report
was received. This document re
ferred to the foundation of the or
ganization, the election of .officers,
the cause of the German laborers,
the displeasure of the press that they
had incurred and its "change of
front," the ventilation of abuses in
the labor contract sj'stem, the " ably
prepared address" of Mr. Z. Y.
Squires, the case of the boiler
makers, the resignation of Mr. Dan
ielewicz, the proposal to establish
classes for instruction, and a ball to
be held on New Year's eve. The
society started with 20 members and
now numbers 54.
Mr. Kohm reported that the rent
of the house occupied by the Ger
man women was due.
Mr. Crowley understood that it
jhad been paid, and volunteered to
pay it, but thought they should first
see the German Committee.
The election of officers was post
poned till Thursday, to take prece
dence of all other business, and the
members to be well notified; the
report of the treasurer also to bo
completed and submitted.
Mr. Kohm said that some mem
bers had been elected who never
paid their dues; he advocated an
alteration in the system of cleotion
of members, as he knew of two men
artxious to join, and their reasons fpr
doing so, that some of them would
like to vote gainst.
: Mr. May -vanted a ballot box and
vmoved thu; lie question of voting be
discussed at the next business meet
ing. Mr. Ward gave notice that he
would rriovc, at the next business
meeting, that an alteration bo made
in the by-laws whereby tho meetings
should bo held once u month, unless
specially called by the officers.
Mr. Mnrclriud drew attention to
the ball to be held on Monday even
ing, in aid of the Union. He hoped
that all would help as they were
behind in their funds.
Mr. Cavcnagh said that the tickets
would be $1, to admit a gentleman
and ladies, and that refreshments
would bo supplied at cost, the profits
to belong to thn Union, which, in
this case, would be tho profit
monger. Mr. Crowley then read a para
"graph from the Gazette, which he
characterized as a "rather mixed
paragraph." Ho then read a reply
to it, which will probably appear in
tho next issue of the Gazette. He
said the Y. M. C. . was doing a
grand work here, which, in other
places, was undertaken by me
chanics' institutes. To give in
struction was not the work for which
a Y. M. C. A. was founded, but
here it followed the example of a
mechanics in.titutu. The Gazette
had preached the doctrine of $8 a
month, and find yourself, for la
borers. Mr. Cavcnagh corrected the last
sentence of Mr. Crowley's, thought
no sneer was intended in the para
graph referred to, and that they
should not take it to heart.
Mr. Crowley said the Gazette was
the organ of the P. L. and S. Co.
which wanted labor at half the price
it paid at present.
Mr. Godfrey, reporter of tho Ga
zette, said that Mr. Crowley had
misconstrued the intention of the
paragraph, and had forgotten to
mention the word "good" at the
end of it. It was intended to assist
them by showing that they were
entering, upon ai better and more
useful fiold. He believed that the
remarks were not in sympathy with
the sentiment of the meeting, but
were personal on the part of Mr.
Mr. Cavenagh thought that Mr.
Godfrey's explanation showed there
was no venom intended.
Mr. Mart-hand thought these quar
rels wore detrimental to their in
terests ; he must admit that a kick
from the press was a great help to
them, and he saw 'nothing in the
paragraph to cavil about.
Mr. Crowley considered he was at
liberty to reply, if he, or a society
he was connected with, r, were tit-
Mr. E. ff. Ward said that .he
would Ray a good word for John in
Mr. Squires' discussion, on "how
to get rid of the Chinese," to be
held on Thursday.
It was suggested that Mr. Cruzan
be asked to take part iu the debate.
The meeting adjourned till Thurs
THAT MAGIC LANTERN.
Editoij Bulletin: Allow me to
state that I am the proprietor and
operator of the Advertising Magic
Lantern, now in operation on Fort
St. opposite the Reading Room. I
have personally visited all the mer
chants doing business in that loca
lity, and (with but a single objec
tion) find them all willing for me to
continue exhibiting; the majority of
them advertise with the above named
light. As I will show but two more
nights this evening and on Monday
evening, I would respectfully invite
the public to inspect the same, and
draw their own conclusions whether
it is a uuisuncc or not, as has been
stated by some very dear friend of
mine. I would request the public
to leave a passage way on the side
walk. Gteo. C. Stuatemeyer.
Oahu College coucert to-night at
the Y. M.C.A. hall.
Auction Sales by T.vnns & Levey,
LAST NIGHT SALE
GOLDEN RULE BAZAR.
Saturday, December 29tli, at 7 o'clock
WIIiTj BE BOLIK
The Whole Stock
Toys & Dolls
Without tho Slightest Reserve.
Lyons & Limtv. Aiieilnwors.
STUB S. S. " Alaineiln "
leaves on Wednesdrv mornlnor
the mail by her will clojo
At l o'clock p.m., Tuesday,
January Itt, 1884.,
And tho Post Odlro will bo opgn from
Ono till Four p.m. on that day.
A" LATE LETTER DAG " will be
kept open on the morning of 'her
silling Irnm 7:80 till 8:80 a.m., to re.
ceive lute Litters, on which an addition,
ul fto of Ave cents on each letter must
No letters will lie REGISTERED on
Wednesday morning for iho "Alameda."
Money.Orden n the U. S. will be is.
sued on Monday and Tuesday, but not
on Wednesday morning, for tfin mail.
( 0 ) H. M. WH I rNEY, P.M.G.
608 8t Post Office, Dec. 88th, 1883.
Grand Clearance Sale
OUR SHOW ROOMS
Zui-iiig; Hie present week
"At Reduced Prices
NEW YEAR'S GIFTS !
FOR EVER YB
O- W. Macfarlane Ac Co
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AUCTION SALE BY E. P. ADAMS.
ES. 3?. IA.1IS.
Saturday, Deo. HOtlu
A' 12 o'cloik noon, nt S leaioom
Valuable Real ICuute. II in nnd
Lt at Kiilihi, residence E.G. Waller
E q., ult-o Lot of Lnid adjoining
al.ovc, area U 17-11)0 Acres.
Monti ay," Dec. 31st,
At 7 n.m,, nl S lie room Last Even
ing Sile for 188K C"t Gltis mid
Miijolira Wnre, Fine V.ws, Dcco.
rnted Op and S lieoi-H, Tra SjIb,
C oicc Perfume y New P.itterns
Lamps and Fine R igs &c., &c.
E. P. AAM3, Auctio, e;r.
lonflay Evening, Dec. 31
at 7 p.m. at Salesroom,
LAST EVENING SALE. "
HANDS02IJB IlNXHIt SETS,
Decorated Cups and Saucer.,
Tc i Sets, Yaf-e nnd Flower Pots,
Ivory Handle Knives
Fine Perfumed Soaps,
AN ASSOJITMENT OF
OUT GLASS WARE
Hanging and Stand Lamps new
' "' ' patterns.
Some Handsome MAJOLICA WARE.
A Variety of Goods,
Suitable for the holidays
SirLadics are invited nnd will have
E. P. Adams, Auctioneer.
SATURDAY, December 29th
UNDER THE PATIIONAOE AND IN THE
and OHAS. LOBBETT
Sea-on for pnshlvily a fi!v nltj'its
onK by invjta Inn of the PRINCIPAL
CITIZENS of Honolulu.
Great Variety Bill
The.performanco will begin at 8 o'clock
ROMEO & JULIET
To he followed by the' COMEDY of
SINGING and DANCINGJ
The entertainment to conclude with the
Gallery, 50 cents.
No Extra Charge for Reserved Seats
Which can lie obtained from J. W.
ROBE ..IV ON & O.I.,
noons oi-EN at 7 :0.
Performance begins at 8 o'clock. Car.
riuges may be oideied at 10:15 o'clock,
Entire Chango ol Programme.
5M til b
GEO: E. SHERMAN.
t No. 43 K(Na StbeiiT,
Trees and Saddles of all kinds made to
orde.r, and repairing II inicss, etc., done
at short notice. Ail orders promptly at
tended to. 503 )y
Hall l'roraniitiet !
NEW DEBIGflfcl, just received from
Ban Fruncisco. at Tub Daily Hul
Oceanic Steamship Oomp'y.
ig&Mjg&i THE MAGNIFICENT
3s!Ee53BE ,ll;w iUH' Eleg.iiitSienni.-lnp
MARIPOSA & ALAMEDA,
Will have Honolulu nnd San
Francisco on the
1st and 15th of Each Month.
i'ASSENOKits niny have their names
booked in advance by applying at the
olllce of the agents. ,
Passengers by thl.- line are hereby no
tilled that they will be allowed Sjr.0 lbs
of baggage free by the Oveilimd Rail
way, when traveling Kust.
Excursion rickets for Round Trip, $125,
good to return by any of the Company',
steamers within nine y days.
MEitcitAxnisE intended for shipment
by this" line will be received fro of
charge in the Company's New Ware
house and receipts issue i for same.
. Insuijance on merchandise, whilst in
the warehouse, will be at owner's risk.
Wm. G. Iiiwin & Co.,
Agents, O. S. S. Co.
Steam Navigation Company's
LINE OF STJBAMJBKS. "
hates, - . . Commander,
Will run regularly for Kona and Kim
Leaves Honolulu at 4 p.m. on
Tuesday, Nov. 20
Friday, Nov. 30
Tuesday, Dec. 11
Friday, Dec. 21
Akrivkb at Honolulu at 5 p.m:
Tuesday, (Jet. 10
Friday, Oct. 20
Tuesday, Nov. 0
Friday, . Nov. 10
Tuesday, Nov. 27
Friday, Dec. 7
Tuesday, Dec. 18
Friday, Dec, 28
cameiion, - Commander,
Leaves Honolulu every Tuesday
at 5 p.m., for Nawiliwili, Koloa, Elecle,
and Waimca, Kauai. Returning, leaves
Nawiliwili every Saturday evening.
The James Makee,
piieeman, - - . Commander.
Leaves Honolulu evory Thursday
at 3 p.m. for Knpua and Kilauea. Re
turning, leaves liauai every Tuesday at
4 pm , und touching at Wainae, both
The C. R. Bishop,
i)AVis, ... 0 Jinmander.
Loaves Honolulu evory Tuesday
at 4 p.m. for Kukuihiule, ilonokaa and
Pariulmii. Returning arrives at Honolulu
every Sunday morning.
Leaves Honolulu each Tuesday at
4 p.m., tDticliing at Lahaiua, Maa
luea Bay, Mukena, Maliukona, Ka
waihae, Laupalioeiioo und Hllo.
Returning, vill touch at all the
al ow- ports, arriving at Honolulu
each Sunday a.m. i
FOR SAN FRANCISCO
' The clipper bark
Clifford, . - . Master.
Will have quick dispatch for the abovo
port. For irelglit or passage apply to
C. Bhkweh & Co., Agents.
FOR SAN FRANCISCO
TllO flivnrlln hrrlnn
. w . xl. Dimond,
Iloiidlott, . Master
Will have quick dispatch' for the above
port. For freight or passage apply to
W. G. InwiN to Co., Agents.
nr -w . r "e "
FOR SAN FRANCISCO.
The A 1 bark
.Tenks, . . . . Master,
Will have quick dispatch for the abovo
port. For freight or passage apply to
F. A. SQHAKFEit & Co, Agents.
the vast sailing
will run tegularly
TO WAIALUA EVERY MONDAY,
Returning on Thursday, weather
For freight or passage apply to the
Captain on board, or to
181 A. F, Cooke, Agent.
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BROGUE and SPEAR
Watchmakers, Engravors, Manufacturing Jewelers and Importers,
HAVK ON IIAND, JUST ARRIVED
Diamonds and Other Precious Stones,
Waltham Watches Gold and Silver,
For the Trade.
The Large U and Finet Assortment of GOLD anl SILVER JF.WELRY, Solid
nnd SILVER TLATED GOODS, ever Imported into this Kingdom.
Cloclcs, Spectacles, and Eye Glasses.
R82 1m b
MACNEALE & URBAN SAFES
With Patent Inside 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. BERGER, General Agent,
510 b HAWAIIAN ISLANDS.
This Well-known Machine Is now used at the Royal Palnce, Hawaiian Hotel,
Music Hall, and a numKr of private residences, giving entire satisfaction every-
Itjs the most economical Machine in me, easily managed and automatic in its
onmndfUrniSh f'0m 2 L,5hl t0 a WM LlgUt Maoblnc' smor sizes constantly
GAS FIXTURES OF MITCHELL, VANCE & CO.
For Circulars, Catalogues Prices, etc., apply to,
O. O. BERGER, Sole Agent,
lf D HAWAIIAN ISLANDS.
NO LONGER HELD RESPONSIBLE !
HALI. TO JUETTl
Great I X L Store
Corner Nuuanu and Queen Sts.
Tlie People Mass at the Great I. X. L. Store
And the Store for the People Is the Gpat 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 ouly at the Great I X L Store, cornerof
Nuuanu and Queen Streets.
&5 6m ' A. GAETENBEKG, Proprietor.
Silver Platod Ware;
We have iocolve.1
p which we nro Instructed
' to sol1 at a
f, in mnuif.ieUiprs' prices.
DILLINGHAM & CO
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