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THURSDAY, OCT. 25, 1888.
THIS DAY'S DOINGS.
Lecture, Y.M.C.A., 7:30.
Meeting, Eclipse liont Club, 7:30
Wc desire to return thnnks for the
special vote that was passed to the
Bulletin on Tuesday evening by Hie
Winking Men's Union. In leporl
ing the proceedings of the Union we
have only done our duty, and that is
to place before our renders as full
and accurate an account of the pro
ceedings of all public mectiilgs, as
our limited space will allow. Wc
wish the Union every success, which
we feel will be ussuicd if its legiti
mate object is adhered to, and that,
in our opinion, is to assist one another
in times of sickness, to find employ
ment for all working men and labor
for employers, to enquire carefully
into reported disagreements between
employer niul employee, and endeavor
to settle thein amicably, to ventilate
all their supposed grievances, not to
form a secret society, and to discuss
calmly all subjects that pel tain to
their interests. If this organization
is carried out on these principles,
and its businehs conducted as it has
been up to the present time, then,
we think, that the Working Men's
Union of the Hawaiian Islands will
not have been formed in vain.
COMLY GH HAWAII.
The Commercial Telegram of
Toledo, Ohio, of which journal Mr.
Comly, the late American Minister
resident in Honolulu, is a part
proprietor, speaks on Hawaiian
affairs as follows.
"The Premier of the Hawaiian
Cabinet, at a Cabinet Council held
late in August, proposed that a
protest on the part of the Kingdom
be sent to all European Powers,
against any of such Powers taking
steps to annex the Gilbert, Mortlock,
and other South Sea Islands. The
motion was postponed for further
information, a This action' of tho
Premier confirms information sent;
to the State Department by the
American Minister several years ago,
that the King of the Hawaiian Islands
desires to form a confederacy of all
Polynesian Islands in the Pacific, of
which he desires to become
"Emperor." Coupled with this is
a scheme for forming a Hawaiian
alliance with China. Another signi
ficant indication in this connection
is the reappearance last week in the
columns of the New York Sun of
Cesar Ceiso Moreno, an Italian
adventurer, who so infatuated the
King that he was made Minister of
Foreigu Affairs, and premier in 1880,
jn order to carry out the King's
Chinese project. The American
Minister, acting identically with
other foreign icpresentativcs, re
fused to recognize Moreno, and the
King was obliged to dismiss him. In
his letter to the JJew York JSitn of
last Thursday,- Moreno still claims
Kalakaua as his noble and dear
friend, and he will probably soon
be heard from again at the Islands."
The following is the opinion of
the Tasmaninn Legislature on the
annexation of islands in the Pacific :
"Next to railways, the annexation
question has been the most interest
ing to us of late. The action of
Queensland with regard to Now
Guinea is very generally approved
here. The whole question has been
fully discussed in both Houses. The
following resolution has passed tho
Assembly, and been endorsed by
the Council : ' That an address bo
presented to her most gracious
Majesty, praying that she will bo
pleased to take such effectual meas
ures as will pi event the island of
New Guinea, or any of the islands
of the Western Pacific, being taken
possession of by any foreign power,
cither for the formation of a penal
settlement or for purposes of coloni
sation,' " Tasmanian Papc'.
WORKING MEN'S UNION.
The regular weekly meeting was
' held on Tuesday evening, the presi
dent, Mr. Dainelwitz, being in tho
The minutes of tho previous meet
ing woro adopted, tho treasurer re
ported tho amount of dues received,
and Messrs. Thomas Graham and
A. Turner were elected members.
Tho hall committee rceonnnpnded
the uso of the upstnhs 100111 at the
old Delinonieo for tho regular
meetings. The committee appointed
to draw up the constitution was
discharged. The relief committee
recommended that each case ic
quiring relief should bo considcicd
on its merits. Tho treasurer reported
that eighteen members had signed
tho new roll. Tho Secretary 1 impor
ted that 53 had signed the original
roll, which Mr. Curson had not
h'indod to him, according to promise,
before he left tho city.
On motion it was resolved that
500 copies of the constitution and
by-laws be printed. Messrs.
Cavanngh, Crowley and Kolun were
appointed an employment committee
to endeavor to assist men seeking
work and employers seeking labor.
The chairman thought that sonic
action should be taken with reference
to Mr. Caison, who might rcpiesent
himself in America as a prominent
member of the Union. On motion
it was resolved that the secretary be
instructed to communicate with the
editor of Truth in San Francisco,
and inform him of the organization
and proceedings of this Union, and
of the infamous conduct of Mr.
Carson, in order that his actions
might be widely di ciliated.
Mr. Dower said that he had 'been
nearly '20 years in tho country and
was sin piihcd at the ordeily and
advanced stale of nifairs he baW. lie
urged them to proceed with their
work and their numbers would in
crease and he knew of 20 who would
join at once when lie told them of
the harmony and success of this
Mr. Crowley said that he disagreed
with the idea promulgated by Mr.
Kohm of making the Union a benefit
society only, his idea was to enlarge'
and expand the organization besides
extending a hand to those in need
Mr. Kohm recommended that the
Union be a secret society.
Mr. Crowley said that secret
societies of working men were dis
trusted; he remembered the time
when an English parliament would
not recognize trade unions and he
had watched their development,
especially the eight hours movement
in Australia. If they enlisted pub
lic sympathy, were based on good
principles and their requirements
weie made public, then they would
be more sure of success. If they
were a secret society, shut up in the
armory with 816,000 worth of arms
and ammunition, what would the
powers of the land think.
Mr. Kohm reported two oases for
investigation. The first was that of
two boiler makers who had been
engaged in Sydney, by the chief
engineer of the Zealandia, to work
in the foundry here, and who, after
five days work, had been discharged.
'The second case referred to a
paragraph in the Advertiser, saying
that the wives of the German
laborers, now in prison, were desti
tute. Messrs. Dainelwitz, Crowley
and Cavanagh were appointed a
committee to enquire into these
Several remarks weie made that
the German residents here did not
assist their fellow countrymen, and
that, in one instance in particular,
some German laborers had received
the cold shoulder when seoking work.
After some remarks from Mr.
Murray, the question of forming'a
secret organization was postponed.
The Secretary stated that Mr.
Brown, reporter of the Advertiser,
had called upon him and said that
that paper was not now unfavorable
to the Union and had asked for notes
of the meeting.
A voto of thanks to the Bulletin,
for its reports of the meetings of the
Union concluded the business.
Ihavo this diiy sold my entire intoiest
in Btoro No. 100 FortBt., Honolulu,
to William Colby.
All claims and liabilities, up to date,
will bo settled by Builcy & Co.
E. E. BAILEY.,
WHb reference to tbo above, I hereby
give notlco that, having bought out tho
atore at 109 Fort 6treot, from Messrs.
Uaiioy & Co., I have this day appointed
James Johnson, niy attorney, to act on
in' behalf and inanago tho above busi.
iicsH. WM. COLBY.
Honolulu, Oct 24, 188U Ml lw
CAPTAIN J. A. MKIITIIEN8 has
been appointed agent of tho"IIa.
wniian Ilumano Socioty."
John S. Walkkk, President.
Honolulu, Sept. 15th,1883. 008
Auction Sales by Lyons &Lovey
Valuable Real Estate,
Ai Am t Ion.
E Jnivo rucilvetl instructions from
Mi p. 1). K. K fe to sell at nubile
On Thursdny, November Gill,
The Elegant Residence mid Lot on I'.eic
tania slicet, togothci with the whole of
the UmiFohoM Kuinitiiieiind EII'OcIh.
Fuilher rmi Moulin shortly.
Lyons & Levey, Auctioneeis.
KmawjjtLMmum.igiJcj ltp jm Kite
Honolulu Stock and Bond
NOTICE is heieby given that tho
logulnr meetings of the Boiudwlll
heieaftcrbe held on Wednesday's at 11
A. m., coiuiuunchur on Wednesday, Oc
tober :ti,u iss:.
II. R 1EMEXSC11NEIDEK,
oG0 lw Seeietmy.
EH.TIIAOIIEU assumes all llab'ili.
ties of tho late firm of Palmer &
Timelier, diuggi&ts, and requcMs Imme
diate payment of sill outstanding ao-count-.
tSTSodn "Water business continued as
heretofore. 510 lw
To Kent or IjGiihc.
rpWO FINE STORES, in the New
L I. IK O.F.Illook, lately elected on
Ivinu Mi tot, on site of the.
For terms, upnly to
52!) lm Contractor and Builder.
.Lost, Stolon or $lrnycel.
,NE SMALL BAY MAKE with tlm e
while mints on her body, whoreiho
saddle U plucud, and one white-' ol n
her foiehead. Hr.iii'icd P on left hi;.
A Miitable lewitul will lie paid on relur:1..
intf to tlil-t otllcp. 4H. ir
Y. fvK G. A. I.ECTU3F.
1 ami: t inoE. k i.. m ., w u .!
t) 1ii- 1 krluiM 11 (lie Young Jle"'.
C .rNM 1 r AnciaMnu Hull
f On Tlmrnilny Next,
Oi t. '.Mill, at T: 13 p 111 , foi tho lit-m-fil 1 f
the Association. Subjiet:
Recollections of an Oriental Tour !
The lectuie will be most instructive
Admission 25 cents.
Per order of Committee on Entertain
539 ments. at
AT the annual meeting of the Stock
holders of the Paukaa Sugar Com
puny, held this dnte, the following gen
tlemen worc elected to serve as otllccis
for the ensuing year.
President Jon. Austin.
Vice-President. . S. L. Austin.
Scc'y and Treasurer. .P. O. Jones, Jr.
Auditor J. O. Carter.
P. C. JONES, Jn.
Honolulu, Oct.' 22nd, 1833. 539 3v b
AT the annuil meeting of tho Stock."
holdcis of the Onomea Sugar Com
pany, held this date, the following gen
tlemen weie elected to serve as officers
for the ensuing year.
President S. L Austin.
Vice-President Jon. Austin.
Secretary P. C. Jones, Jr.
Treasurer Geo. J. Ross.
Auditor J. O. Cai ter.
P. C. JONES, Jn., Scc'y
Honolulu, Oct. 22nd, 1883. 539 3v b
Money to Loan.
THE undersigned have money to loan
on first class scourity, "in sums
from $1,000 to 10,000.
SMITH & THURSTON,
38 Merchant street.
Iloriolulii, Oct. 20, 1833. 538 lw
WE would bog to notify" the public
that a Joint Slock Company has
been f 01 mod under the laws of this
Kingdom, and under the above name
and style, foi the purpose of taking over
and continuing tho Manufacture of Car
riage? and Wagons; and tho Mercantile
busineiB of tho into firm of G. We3t
Mr. G. West has assumed tho manage
ment of tho business, and tho corpora
tion solicits a continuation of the busi
ness hostowed upon the late firm of G.
West, who takes this opportunity to
thank you for past favors.
HAW'N CARRIAGE MF'G CO.
538 lw E. G. SoirUMAN, Scc'y.
A RESPECTABLE GIRL as nurse
for. one child in a private family.
Must speak English and come well re.
commenaeu. Appiv at once to
S. J, LEVEY & Co.
In artittic style,
ONLY 25 CENTS at GEO. VOGT'S,
1 w 82 Hotel street. 535
Mutual Telephone Company.
THE second assessment on tho stock
of the above Company of 25 per
cent, being $2.50 per share, is ojiie this
day arid payable ut my olllco, Kaaliuina.
mi street. 13. A. JAEGEU.
Treasurer Mutual Telephone Co.
Honolulu, Oqt. 15, 1883, 530 lw
nnilE House and Lot on the
JL Plains, near the residence
of Mr.Vy". R. Seal, and lately
occupied by Mr. A. Dudoit. Apply to
53 1 tf
A SPAN OF BLACK nORSES, a Ect
of doublo harness and a two-seat
carriage with top, polo and shafts. May
bo seen at Dodd's stables. Apply to
A. Bqsa, at Government Building,
510 tf '
f(Md fltiiMincHH Chance.
FOR Ralo a RESTAURANT in a
good location, doing good solid
business, with grocerios, fixtures, furni.
turo, etc. 15 years leaso.
Address, II. F.,
531 3m This Offlco.
C. BREWER & CO
Offer for Snlo the Cargo of tho
MARTJ i A DAVIS,
list of mmm
Light F.pic.m Waone,
E Top C.uiinge.i.
ST EARS GOAL,
Coin. Wood Chillis,
Fine Molasses Shooks,
Ice ChcN, Nog, !, SI, nml 15,
Lobster, lib ins; Beans, 31b tns
Hay Cutters, -Nos. 1, 2. & 3.
Fail bank's Scales, No. 7,8,10 &11J?
('etitrlfuirtil twining, 11 inch;
Coinp. NaiU, lj, 1-H inch.
Manila Coidime, .Woited:
Galvanized Fence Staple,
PA3M8RS mm 20 AM 25 6ALLE.I
Si-ml llo o, orte I,
i sh Pi .nk '
i ' ni ' rowi,
A1 s' Shovels,
Y. METAL SITKA Till NT!
I , h, .0. .-. 2A t.iiil ij.
U i d ( in1-, Ku !.lo IU i',
Hi.Il I'oi'-oi. JJnled
U lie, l.eli'i vl Iron,
ANNEALED FENCE WIRE,
Galvanii'd Sciows and Wnsheis.
INffutuie the WINDSOR
RESTAURANT will be
kept open until 10 o'clock
every night (bundavs ex
cepted. Meals oi every des
cription cooked to order. 535 lm b
CAPT. CLUNEY wishes to notify
Flanteisand others that ho has 30
MULES, just ai i i ved per W. II. Dimond,
for Sale, at his stable, at the Corner of
Punchbowl and Queen Sts. well bioken
to harness. 529 tf
GovmiNOii's Offick, IIono- )
lulu, Sept. 24, 1883. f
NOTICE is hereby given that no debts
contracted on behalf of Mie Ha
waiian bund will Tie recognized or paid
unless oidered by the undersigned.
Jno. O. Dominis,
Governor of Onhu.
"EITHER GEO. W. SM11TI, or D.
McUAKTjNEY, .In., arc now in our
employ, or have any further connection
with our lioiitc.
532lm HOLLISTER & CO.
AT the Annual Meeting of the Stock,
holdeis of the Waianae Company,
held this date the following gentlemen
weie elected to serve as officers for the
President II. A. Widemann.
Vice-President J. L. Richardson.
Treasurer A. Jaeger.
Scc'y and Auditor CO. Berger.
Honolulu. Oct. 18, 1883. 530 lw
Just received a
Large & Varied Assortm't
100 DIFFERENT STYLES
All of the Latest Designs, and for i-alo
cheap, at tho Furniture
C. E. WIMMTAaiS,
Telephone No. 70. Ill Fort St.
No. tf Qucon street. Fish Market,
Dcalor in choicest
JJccl, Veal, Mutton, 'lnli, Ac., &c.
Family and Shipping Oideis carefully
attended to. Llyo stock furnished to
vessels at slmit notice, and Vegetables
of all kinds supplied to order. 840 ly
THE WELL-KNOWN AND POPU
one of tho finest Stallions ever imported
into this Kingdom. For paiticulars ap.
ply nt once to
534 lm JOHN McKEAGUE.
For Sulc, Cheap,
- II T
uno i op ji'ggy, nnu one
VX T)!iitnTlw Mnnn llunni..
&rboth in peifoct order. An-
ply :'20 Fort st., cor. School. 523
WO PLEASANT FURNISHED
Rooms. No. 8 Kukui St. 523
DILLINGHAM & OO.'S
BULLET i m
HARKNESS FIRE EXTINGUISHERS!
Guamniecd to put out Uico as lnigo a 11ns in half the Mini' of nii.v olhci nincl Ine.
It does not gel out of ouVi, unil Is nlwnyi ready for inc.
E'.ery iciilcncc, Sugar Mill mid Sloic should have one.
Maguoso-Calcifco Firo Proof Safes fe Boxes
With hit gei peici'iitagc of inside space than any other -afiWi: aw: Sot.it
AiU'Nis roil ink Anovi..
NEW DESIGNS IN SILVER PLATED WARE.
Wire Cloth, Wiic Netting, Rico Cloth, Bird Cages,
Barb Fencing Wire, rumps, Whidwills, Tanks,
Kerosene and Lihricating Oils a specialty. A good slock on hand and to arrive.
Call and examine oiiv News Good,
DILLINGHAM & CO.
m fm j r-i ri -r" uui
MACNSALS & URBAN SAFE
With Patent itisido Doltvork and Hinge Cij).
A Large Assortment of these justly Celebrated Safes
Over 500 in daily use on the Hawaiian Islands.
SAFES SOLETfOR CASH,
Oo on the Installment Pian.
For Prices, Circuhns, etc., apply to
C. O. BERGER, General Agent,
510 tf b
THE GREAT I.
Corner Nuuanu and Queen Sts.
Wo Bombast Simply an announcement
THE ABOVE STORE
IS NOW OPEN
Largest Assortment of Goods
Ever shown here -without exception, consisting in part:
Dry, Fancy and House Furnishing Goods,
Embroideries, Laces, and everything that comes under the abpvc heading.
Tie Larpst anil Finest Stock of len's, Boy's
and Youth's Clothing.
Gent's Furnishing Goods, Boots and Shoes,
Hats, Capa, Trunks, Valises, too numerous to itemize.
B-Don't forget the GREAT I X L STORE, Corner of Nuuanu and Queen
' E. O. HALL & SON, ' '
Havo Just addod largely to Iholr Varied Slock of
Hardware, General Merchandise,
And Plantation Goods,
ok eveuy DEsoniraiON, THE BEST LUBRICATING OILS,
By tho Martha Davis," Overland, via San Francisco?
ThoD.O.Munav," " II. W. Almy," " Malbgntc," W. II. Dimond and from
England, via Panama.
Shortly oxpooted by the Henry JamoH, from New York,
and tho Coylon, from Bo3ton, a very full line of
Plows and Agricultural Implements !
Most complete assortment ever offered in this Kingdom.
CB3 lm b
X. L. STORE