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THIS DAY'S DOINGS,
Sale of Real Estate by Lyons
Levey, nt 10.
Meeting, Eolipsc Boat Club, 1
Lecture, Y.M.C.A., 7:30.
Knights Templars, 7 :80.
Now K. of P. Lodge, No. 53, 7 :30
WORKINC MEN'S UNION.
The regular mooting was holt! ou
Tuesday evening. Nine new mem
bers were elected. The employment
committee reported that work bad
been found for one man, but he
refused to accept it , as the pay was
only 87 a week; that one of the
wives of the German laborers bad
arrived from Koloa, and she bad
obtained a place in a small family
at $12 a month.
Mr. Crowley offered the use of
his place of business as an offlce.
lie also read a report concerning the
boiler makers, which was a recapi
tulation of the account published
last week in the Bulletin.
The legal adviser of the Union had
said that proceedings night be in
stituted with a show of success, in
the case of one German, but not in
the case of the rest.
Mr. Crowley thought they should
be advised to return to the planta
tion, but there was a difficulty in
speaking to them while they were in
prison. The men had said they had
better treatment and diet in prison
than on the plantation. The over
seer at Koloa had recently turned
one woman out of a house nnd re
fused to give her food. He couldn't
understand that in a community
like this, which boasted of its
Christianity, tbat such things should
be, and not move the people.
The relief committee reported that
the other German women were ex
pected on Friday; they all had
children and were in need, but pre
ferred to remain at Koloa and
receive assistance there. The ex
ecutive committee however decided
that it would be advisable to bring
them to Honolulu, and sent $15 to
assist them in the meantime. Their
action was sustained.
It -was reported that copies of the
' constitution and By-laws could now
be obtained, and members were
asked to get them and pay their
dues. The number of members now
belonging to the Union was reported
to be 76.
The relief committee was em
powered to act in providing accom
modation and means of support for
ihe German women. If the expenses
-were more than thoy could afford,
they would rely upon providence
and human nature to pull them
through. Mr. Cavanagh kindly
offered to supply them with food
until they obtained work.
Remarks were thou made for the
good of the Union.
Mr. Kohm thought it ought to be
part of their business to show that
they were a "Working Men's Union,
and that, at the next agricultural
show, they should exhibit their work.
. Mechanics seemed to be asleep.
They had to teach the natives and it
would be proper to encourage all
competition among themselves. If
one did better than another it taught
them to improve, and he Was always
glad to learn a lesson.
Mr. Crowley agreed tliat some
stimulus was needed to mechanics,
though, owing to reciprocity, there
-were few manufactures here. Mr.
Kohm's business (that of a fresco
painter) was not imported, but there
were many things that encouraged
manufacture and skilled handicraft.
He read, n few weeks since, an
article in the Advertiser, that showed
very hazy ideas on techineal educa
tion." The writer evidently knew as
much of his subject as he (Mr.
Crowley) did. It was an essential
"branch of a boy's education. When
a boy now leaves a public school, ho
knows little that will fit him for a
workshop. He referred to the
Melbourne Trades Hall, where boys
learned, free of cost, what fitted
them to become engineers, cabinet
makers, etc. At present they were
confronted with tales of misery, and
bad no hope of doing what thoy
should until these cases were dis
posed of. He thought that boys,
when leaving the Reformajtary school,
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wcru hot apprenticed to any trade.
The President thought,, that they
did not require exhibitions, for
everybody knew that everything was
done by labdr. All civilization hud
been created by labor, and they
should seo that they icceived the full
proceeds of their labor.
Mr. Crowley then referred to the
letter of Mr. T. II. Davics. He had
been placed in a ridiculous llpht
owine to his name having been in-
sorted, in the Advertiser, in plaeo of
Mr. Ilatton's, and this gave Mr.
Davius on opportunity to hang a
nice little bundle of words upon.
He then criticized several points in
the letter of Mr. Davies, and con
cluded by saying that Mr. Young
had no intention of finding passngos
on the Zonlandia for the boiler
makers, until Mr. Wodohousc had
been spoken to. The meeting
adjourned till next Tuesday at half
past seven sharp.
Correspondence is solicited on the top.
ics of the day, or what may become so.
Wo reserve the right to cxcit.o purely
We do not hold ourselves responsible
for the opinions expressed by our cor
Editor Bulletin: In reading
your Tuesday's paper, my attention
was arrested, by the notice of three
boys shooting the Chinaman Ah Yee,
with probably an air gun, last Sun
day night. So serious was the wonud
that a surgeon was sent for. My
object in writing, is uot to denounce
the outrageous and mean injury in
flicted upon the unoffending China
man, quietly passing along the public
highway, but to call upon our au
thorities to arrest the " three boys "
whoever thoy may be. If boys are
playing with "air guns," and directr
ing their aim at unoffending pedes
trians, I think it quite time they
were in the Reformatory School. In
a matter of this nature, the injury
is not so much upon the person
shot, as the reflex influence upon the
boys. If such lads are not being
trained for prison or something
worse, then for what? I look upon
it, as a very serious business that
lads are allowed to commit such
crimes, nnd are not immediately ar
rested bj' the police, and, at least
led home to their parents, with a
severe reprimand from the autho
rities. An Observer,
It is only another instance of the
slow machinery that works the Po
lice force. Ed. D. B.
I Prom Our Own Uuuespondcnt.
We have had considerable rain
here lately j on the night of the 26th
ult. we bad a more than usually
heavy rain, all the creeks being full,
it is just what is wanted and cane
and pasture land-looks the better for
A very pleasant and sociable ga
thering took place last night at the
residence of Mr. Foster, the occa
sion b,eing the wedding of Mr. A.
Bnchholtz of Pahala to Miss Adol
phine Ulrick of Thorn, West Prus
sia, more than. usual interest was
folt in the event owing to' the dis
tance travelled by the bride (from
Prussia) to meet her lover -after a
separation of year?. The Rev. Mr.
Davis of Kona, performed the mar
riage ceremony. The bride dressed
in white, with Myrtle wreath
(brought from far off Fatherland)
looked lovely, and the groom manly,
proud and protecting.
After the ceremony the company
sat down to a good and substantial
repast after which dancing was in
dulged in for a short time, when the
happy couple left for their pretty
and tasty residence but a short dis
tance away ; after this dancing again
commenced and was kept up until
11 o'clock when all left much pleased
with the pleasant and social evening,
which the cordiality and kindness of
their host nnd family had enabled
them to pass.
The mill is doing good work and
all hands are hard at work to make
the year's crops 3,500 tons, there is
plenty of cane, if it can be got off,
to make this and more and then have
plenty left fo start the Now Year
We shall need another appropria
tion from next year's legislature for
our roads, if thoy can bo called
such, sometimes strangers imagine
they are creeks; nearly $3,000 has
been spent this year on one part,
three miles or so in length, but it
looks very little the better for it
after the heavy rains we have had
, , STOCK EXCHANGE.
The ,, IIouqTulu Stock Exchange
hold its regular session on Wednes
PrlnccvllluPlnrt. Co.. ........ Q100
Walluku Sugar Uo $ $170
Waiiunnnlo Sugar Co 125
Ivoloa bi.jtar Co MOO
W iiluntie Co., .... 130
Olowabi Co no
Star Mill Co 1500
East Maul Plant Co 80
Rcclptocity Sugar Co 100
Walkami hugur Go , IU0
Ilalawa Sugar Co 140
lhvw'n JBOl Trl. Co...'. 55
Inter Ifllnit'l iS. N. Co 175
E.O, Hull & Son (Limited)... 100 1S!0
65 ll. p. c. Onomca Bonds 100
IMMEDIATELY A UOOl) LUX A
for u iMigur Plantation. Apply to
553 21 O. BREWER & CO.
Ex. Bk. "Lfuly IJnnipHon,"
Tn quantities to suit purchasers by
lw 552 " C BREWER & Co.
HORN offer the above sum to any
person wbo can cive sulllcielit In.
formation that will lend to the convlc.
tion of the thief who bioko into the side
building of his premise, and stole nil
the contents of the tmnk of II. HORN
Jr., as also his sleeve buttons and breast
pin, six feather pillows, sheeting and
blankets. Also for tho conviction of
any one of the thieves who stole the
Goods from the Store, mid Mr. Hough,
tnilitm's verandah, at the lire on tho
"morning of fllfct October. , 'P.HORN.
1 w 552 Honolulu, Nov. 0th 1883.
PASS BOOK of II. S. Glbblnsin ac
count with Bishop & Co.
The finder will confer a fuvor 1J' leav
ing it at till offlce. 551 St1"
For Sale, Cheap,
HORSE with Saddle nnd Bridlf.
Apply ntS2 Hotel street 551 ill
Treasury of Song:.
THIS Beautiful Collection of Music
fur tho Family and Social Circlo,
contains over 500 pages of Choice Music
among which may be mentioned. 'Jamie,'
"JThe Old Sexton," " The Swiss People's
Song," nnd others which have delighted
Honolulu Audiences, nt the recent con
certs, issued in 8 different styles of
binding, at $6.50, :),50, and 5.00 pr copy.
Orders received for the above, bv
Sole Agent for the Haw'n Islands.
P. O. Boxa81. 5511m
SILK SCREENS !
JUST RECEIVED, per steamer Zca
landiii, a lot of Handsome
Of all Colors, nnd
W0 TAI & Co.,
24 Nuuanu 8treet.
CONSIGNEES of the " Bell
Rock" arc hereby notified
that she will commence to
dischnrgo on I'liefrday, 0th
Govern tier, nt 7 a.m.
Goods left on the wlinrf nfter live
o'clock will be stored at the oxpense of
Consign) e- who aro requested to cnll nt
tho ofllce of the undersigned, and pny
freight und charge.
G. W. MAOFARLANF & CO.,
55n tffb Agents.
IMMEDIATELY, furnished or unfur.
nished. Rent moderate. - Address
R.A.M., Jr., care of G. W. Alacfarlano &
Co. 543 tf
SALE. Piioe, S1G0 as she
JL ,11 oats
R. Mokkitt, at J. W. Rob
530 tf b
DIARIES For 1884
CXAJa? Ac GO'S.
XT OHM & ltUPPREOHT hoc to
,l. form thcir.friends and tho, public
that they havo removid their ofllce to
tllb residence 185 Fort street, opposite
tho Gymnasium. 850 lw
To Rent or Lease.
TWO FINE STORES, in the New
I. O. O. F. Block, lately erected on
King street, on site of fire.
For forms, apply to
529 lm Contractor nnd Bnilder.
G. H. ROBERTSON,
, Drayman best teams
i'olQDlione Nn 05. IB
Good BiihIucnh Chance.
FOR Rulo a RESTAURANT in t
good location, doing good solid
business, with groceries, fixtures, furnl
ttlro, etc, -15 yenrs lenso
Address, H. F..
581 8rn This Offlco.
MULES! MULES II
OAPT, OLUNEY wishes to notify
Planters and others that he has SO
MULES, just nnlvod per.W. If. Dlmond,
for Sulo, nt his stable, nt tho Corner of
Punchbowl and Quoon Sts. well broken
to linrnrBB. 630 tf
A QUANTITY of Iron Hoop, 8x3.10.
Also, Ji on Tanks. Apply to
080 8m J. H. BRUNB.
in town. '
Auction Salos by Lyons & Lovoy.
JiYn Will' ut Auotlon, '
TJiurstlny, November 8th.
WE HAVi: BEKN INSTRUCTED
BY Ml b. I). Iv. FVFE to offer
nt Public AuWhtn on THURSDAY, No.
vt'mucrSiii, on tlic.reinl"cs, her
situated on Biictiiiiin Street, having a
frontngo ol 75 It. nnd 100 ft. deep run
nlng through to ouug Street. Tho
house In nlitinM ni'iv, nuil Is large nnd
roomy, containing two parlors, fix bed.
room, huge dining room, pantry nnd
cook-house, biith.iooni; hns a veranda,
a servants' iconic, lin.v and giuln room,
cnirliigt'-lioiiho for tvo c.irrlngis, and
chicken. house. The dwelling is sub
stmiiiiilly built, 0 feet from the giound,
nnd is one of the most conil'oi table resi
dences, within easy distance from tho
oily, offered for snlo for somo consi
derable time. Also, commencing nt 10
o'clock A. M.,
Tho Entire Household Furniture & Effects,
Comprised in part of Hnmlsomu Pnrlor
Suite, Bed'io,.ni Sets, Mo&quito jNets,
Muttrcsso.s, Extension Dining Table,
Clmiis, Chllu'u Crib, Crockeiy, Glass,
ware, Cook Stove and Utensils, Elegant
Book Case nnd n Splendid Collection of
Books and Pictures; 1 Superior Refrl
gerutor, I Elegant Piano, Garden Hosp,
1 Horse and Buggy and 1 Snlendld Fn.
mily Carriage. 5 On view Wednes
day at 10 A M.
Lyons & Lkvey, Auctioneers.
qn saturday evenings,
December 8, 15 & 22,
Wc will hold our Annual Christmas
Sales ut our Sales Room, with the kirg
oHvuiiety of if-cful nnd fancy articles
ever scen in Honolulu.
Lyons & Lkviw, Auctioneers.
PER BRIG " CONSUELO "
20 Fine Gal. Horses
Suitable for Cariiages,
EXPRESS or SADDLE
Have been specially selected
TTui' Tliiw jIailtet.
FOR SALE BY
Wm. G. Irwin & Co.
fill 2w b
THE WELL-KNOWN AND POPU
one of tho finest Stallions ever imported
into this Kingdom. For particulars ap
ply at once to
S34 lm JOI1N McKEAQUE.
California Kedwood Oomp'y,
Offices, 123 George Street, Edinburgh.
California Redwood Co.,
400 California Street, - - San Francisco,
Euroka, Trinidad, Humboldt Co., Cal.
THIS Company Is prepared to con
tract lor cargoes of California
Redwood to bo shipped direct from
their mills at current market prices.
Tho Company will load ships, sent to
San Francisco or Humboldt Bay, or will
furnish cargoes, cost, freight and Insur.
FALKNER BELL &.CO, Agents.
517 1m . San Francisco.
Suitable for Plantation and
WE have now in Stock in Honolulu,
ready for immediate delivery,
full stocks of Railway Material, of
Messrs. Fowler & Co's. manufacture, to
which wo invito tho nttention of Plan
ters and the public generally:
Steel Rail?, of 10, U and 18 lbs. to tho
yard, willilish.platcs, bolts and spikes.
Patent Steel Sleepored Portablo Track,
of 10 and 14-lb. rails, with curved line,
points and crossings to suit samo.
Points and Crossings, suitable for lo-
cdinoiivo iiallic on gauges of 20 and
31 liii'lio i
Su,itr Plunratlo'j L (omntlvc.
Siiger i wio Ciiw, on four or eight
Patent Tipping Wagons, for forming
Wo also keep on hand for tho conven.
ienco of plantations, a largo nn? well
selected supply of spare Axles, Wheels,
Axlo boxes, Bolts, Nuts, etc., to replace
or renew parts of rolling stock already
Huppliod by Mors. Fowler & Co.
For further particulars apply to
Messrs. G. W, Marb and W. L. to,
Agents forMessr?. John Fowler & Co.
4Q 3w Lccd. England.
DURING my absence from this King,
(loin, Mr. Mathunlcl S. Sachs will
carry on my business for mo under .full
power of Attorney, A. M. MELLI8.
Honolulu, Nov. Int, 1883. 648 lw
DILLINGHAM & CO.'S
BULLETIN OF NEW GOODS !
JUST lCECi:iVFJ, INVOICES OF
HARKNESS FIRE EXTINGUISHERS !
Guaranteed to put out twice ns large a fire In hnlf the tlmn of any other mnchlno.
It does not get out of order, and is always ready for me.
Kvciy residence, Sugnr Mill nnd Hlotc should have one.
Magueso-Calcite Fire Proof Safes & Boxes
With larget peu'intiige of inside spare tlmn nriy other safe We Aim Soi.k
AUKNTH KOll TllK AllOVK.
NEW DESIGNS IN SILVER PLATED WARE.
Wire Cloth, Wire Netting, Rire Cloth) Bird Cages,
Barb .Fencing: Wire, Pumps, Windwills,' Tanks,
HYDRAULIC RAMS. , ' ,' '
Sltlde-iUe oil in DFivo Gallon IMiim.
Kerosene and Libricatlng Oils a specialty. A good stock on hnnd nnd to arrive.
Call and examine oitr New Goods,
DILLINGHAM & CO.
MACNEALE & URBAN SAFES
With Patent Inside Boltwork and Hinge Cap.
A Ifai8:le -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
510 tf b
THE GREAT I. L. STORE,
Corner Nuuanu a d Queen Sts
No 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 above heading.
Tlfi Largest id Finest Stock of Men's, Bey's
and You h's Clothing.
Gent's Furnishing Goods, Boots and Slices,
-Hats, Caps, Trunks, Valises, loo numerous to itemize. " ' "
-DoiVt forget the GREAT I X L STORE, Corner of Nuuanu and Queere
E. O. HALL & SON,
Havo Just added largely to their Varied Stock of
Hardware, General Merchandise,
And Plantation Goods,
ok evkhy description, THE BEST LUBRICATING OILS, ,s'"
By the " Marlha Davis," Overland, via San Francisco;
TheD.O.Murrav, "II. W. Al.ny," Mallsgate," " W, II. Dlmond," and front
England, via Panama.
Shortly expected by the Henry James, from New York,
and tho Ceylon, from Boston, a very full line of
Plows and Agricultural implements! (f
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Most complete assortment ever offered In this Kingdom,
682 lm h - '
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C. O. BERGER, General Agent,
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