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Sat etUblithod far the benefit, of nil.
THURSDAY, NOV, 16, 1883.
THI3 DAY'S D0INC3.
Regular Cash Sale at jlalcs Room
of Lyons & Lovcy at 10 oMocki
Band at Emma Square, at 7f30
Royal Arch Chapter 7:10.
Monthly meeting Y. M. C. A.,
WORKING MEN'S UNION.
The regular weokly meeting was
held on Tuesday oveniug When over
thirty members were present, inclu
ding several natives. The minutes
of the previous meeting were read
and apptovcd, and several new
members! wero elected.
The president called upon new
members to enter into discussions aB
their cause involved7 justice and
happiness; naturet provided every
man, woman and child with a certain
amount of luxury and they should
endeavor to obtain their dues.
The executive committee reported
that a letter had been sent to Mr.
Russell, their mttoraey, thanking
him for forwarding them a pam
phlet by Hon. L. McCully on
the statutes of the Hawaiian King
dom relating to labor and contracts,
and that they had invited Mr. Russell
to attend their meeting. That a
subscription list should be started
on the arrival of the German women.
That some discussion had ensued
about the initiation of members, but
that nothing definite was agreed
The relief committee repotted the
receipt of a letter of thanks, from
the German women at Kauai, for the
money sent them. They were ex
pected here on Saturday morning
and arrangements would be made to
The employment committee repor
ted that there was work for a good
man on a milk ranch at good wages.
Mr. Kohm for the special com
mittee ou, the case pfi the German
laborers, reported that those who
were imprisoned had returned to, the
plantation, as they had been promised
better and fairer tieat"ient. The
chance of their being liberated was
Mr. Crowley was glad they had
decided 6n this step, and hoped their
treatment would be mote humane in
the future and that they-would have
a different experience. , If it were
not so, then the plantation would,
hear, of it. It seemed a desperate
state of things that, when these men
were imprisoned, no provision- should
be made, for, the support of their
wives. If these laborers left their
work to obtain advice or a summons,
they were arrested for desertion. No
depositions were taken at their trials,
and he knew of no other place where
such was the case.
The secretary reported a donation
of 2 which it was decided to.
accept and thank the donor for.
The treasurer reported the re
ceipts at 25 and the disbursements
The committee on the German
laborers question was discharged.
Mr. Cavenagh thought 'that, as
thcrenwould soon be.) gentlemen seek-
ing their suffrages for legislative
honors, they should frame Borne
questions, relating to labor and
shipping contracts, tor tbem to
answer. He referred to the fact
that 'immigrants taken to Australia
'were h'ot compelled to s,hip, and that
no claim was held-aminst them after
they Jmd obtained situations, here
they were hdld, at least, till their
passage was paid. They were a
small but a representative body and
not politicians. ,
Messrs. Crowley, Squires, Sclier
mann, Kohm and Marciiand, wcrp
appointed a committee, .to prepare
questions on the shipping act and
labor question generally, for submis
sion to candidates, for legislative
honors, who sought their suffrages.
Mrf B. ff. Ward, being called
upon for some remarks, excused
himself qs he was suffering from a
severe, cold, And promised to address
them on n fiiture occasion, He wits
pleased, with what ho saw at this
meeting, the first he had attended,
and hoped that more men would
join. "The organization -mis condu
cive to jthe benefit of the people in
general, employers could not feel
nggrioved if tlio movement went
smoothly nnd properly. If they took
a political turnf Ihoy should do bo in
n straight forward way, in the inter
est of all paiticB. He himself was
nothing and nobody and he was soi ry
that, not being a workingman, he
could not ioln them.
The president corrected Mr. Ward
and 'said that ho was a Woiking mnn
as he worked with hishiaiu. If a
man derived his living by his own
'energy, whelhcr by muscle or brain,
ho was a useful Member of Society
and u working man. It was ncccssaiy
that they should have each kind of
labor. Those only, who lived on
labor, should bo excluded ; they were
"profit-mongers." He thought that
Mr. Ward would be a useful mem
ber. They had pure motives and
should bo" judged by their motives.
Ho believed in the old French motto
Honi soit qui mat y poise, transla
ted by the speaker, "D be he
r-who thinks evil."
Mr. Ward was unanimously elec
ted a member of the Union.
Mr. Marchand said that the elec
tions were at hand, and it would not
be out of place to step into the poli
tical arena and promote their inter
ests, by getting a candidate into the
legislature. They should elect one
who was eligible and had brains, and
who would ventilate their grievan
ces, whicli they should bring before
the throne itself. The majority of
legislators had no more idea of the
labor question than they had of the
comet of next century. They were
neaily all Kanakas, and though he
revered and lespected themt and
would be glad to see them
the hall, yet they could not expect
the same amount of intelligence and
talent from a native as from a white
man. The white man had come
heic to instruct them. The Union
could not shut its eyes to what was
going on. lliey came nerc to a
place of refuge, and they could fur
ther their cause bjr sending a mem
ber to the legislature. He thought
there were three candidates for Ho
nolulu, why shouldn't they propose a
fourth. Xiet them get a true man,
and notone who would sell his
birthright for a mess of, pottage.
,Mr. Kohm read a letter from the
San FranciscoPainters Union which,
a year, ago, started with' ten mem-,
bers, qud powthad over, ,300. They
had obtained an increase of wages
and the nine hours movement. He
did! not believe firi shipping labor and
thought they should fight against it.
The President urged' each mem
ber to bring friends with him ; those
who lived on labor were drones ; they
must fight for their rights and might
pospibly injure somebody but a sol
dier never went to battle without ex
pecting to hurt his .enemy.
After a paper ,read by the Presi
dent, the meeting adjourned.
THE HAWAIIAN MONTHLY. '
'This i? to be the name"of uie'
monthly magazine, which Dr. Ci T.
Rodgers purposes issuing the prst
number of at the commencement of
next year, Its aim and the scope of
its contents- are clearly and compre
hensively defined "In the following
words of the prospeotus, just
''The pages of The rITawaiian
Monthly will be devoted, iri due,'and
reasonable proportipn to', matters of
news, literature, politics, science, art
and general culture, and it'will be
couductcd in the interest of good
morals, good manners and good
government. It is intended that
thiq magazine shall be strictly im
sectarian, and non-partisan. At the
same time t wil .hold itself free to
discuss in a perfectly independent
spirit any and all matters of legiti
mate public interest. This it will
endeavour to do wjth candor and
courtesy, avoiding personality and
bitterness, and seeking at all times
to promote sound thinking and rjght
feeling upop all questions which
affect sopicty, tho state or the indi
vidual. In carrying out this purpose
it is intended that some at least of
the leading topics of the day shall be
treated somewhat more at length and
with possibly grcaior oaro and
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articles, , discussions, contributions,
&C, jt is intended tp furnish tho
,radcrs pf.i The Monthly with a
reasonable amount of eutertaining
fiction. Thoro will also be a care
fully prepared summary of foreign
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latest progicss in science and inven
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other features not necessary to bo
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In tho language of the prospectus,
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AUCTION SALE BY E. P. ADAMS.
IMPORTANT TRADE SALE
By order of Mcstrq. G W. Maci'Aiu.ank
& Co., I will hold
A Cmlii Auction Sale !
At my Sales Room, Queen street
ON FRIDAY NOV. 33rd,
At 10 a. it., nt which will ho offered on
a Ciedlt to tlio Trade, n Great Variety
All of which are New Importations
ox recent arrivals, nnd of winch the fol
lowing is a partial list:
Fine Prints, Shttcens, Black Sattocns,
31ack Merinos, Cretonnes, White nnd
Colored Flannels, Angola and Cotton
8hlrts..TWJENTY varieties of Woollens,,
Ladies' Felt Skirts, Check Wool, and
TWEEDS AND TAILORS' GOODS.
Silk, Linen and, Cotton Handkerchiefs,
in large variety; Gents Linen Collars,
'Gcnt9' Umbrellas, A splendid assort
ment of Woolen Blankets, cotton tow-
els, large nnd small; Linen Shooting,
all widths; Fino White Cottons, Best
'heavy Denims linen drills, Turkey
Red Cloth, Crape, A very lino assort
ment Gents, Hosiery nnd Undeiwear,
Also fancy fenihers, Flowers, perfum
cry, Jewelry, etc., children's boots Hair
mushes, combs Gents' scarfs, Lisle
thread, Gloves, &c, Also a fino assort
ment of crockcryware, consistinc of
chamber sets, Flowor pots, lamps pitch
ei3, etc. Glasswaue: such as Decanters
Wine Glasses, Tumblers, &c. A Line op
Haiidwaiiu: consisting of lintchcts, axes
Hops, and other Plantation Tools. A
lmtulbomc assoitmcnt of Parlor Rugs,
Cocoa flatting, etc.
Terms liberal and made known at Sale.
554 E. P. Adams, Auctioneer
THE MAIL by the
S. S. MivripoHn,
Will close at the Post Office,
At 10:30 o'clock This Day,
, s Thursday, HoVylQth.
A "LATE LETTER RAG" will, be
kept open at tho Post, Office ns
usual to receive late letters; on which
an additional fee of Five Cents (5 cents)
for each letter must be paid in stamps
The public are requested to put
stamps on their letters, and depositc
them early at tho office, as the mails
must be closed punctually.
H. M. WHITNEY, P.M.G.
Post Office, Honolulu, Nov. 15, 1883.
l French Candies
Just'teceiyed byitho Mariposa,
- prepare for Clixustmas.
Tlipv nro fllo T.nvirnaf nn1 "Roof A aenrf.
ment, ever received in Honolulu.,
. And will he sold at
50 Cents Per Poind.
A New Ice Cream Wagon
which yisjts the Suburbs at all Hpurs of
1 1 te(Dhyand Aight -wtb,
Soda Water and Ice Cream
A. Lot of Land
300 ft wide by 300 ft deep,
Situated on makai side of Beretanla
Street, near the resjdcnpelof )Mr,- Wong
Qui, Water laid on.
STABLE AND .OUT-BUILDINGS
ALSO ON, THE VBEMISES.
Trees and Flowers are now planted and
Grounds aie well laid out.
IGSApply to '
55)1 tfg CHULANsfeCO.
600 Chances, at $2,50 a Chance.
Tickets id bo bad nt Nordberg's' Anchor
PA. DIAS having disposed of his in.
turest in the Retail Dry Goods
business at No. 57 Hotel street to Mr. M.
A. Gcjnsjilvcs, his, Jnte partner, he Is no
longer responsible for tho 1'ebts of said
husiness, p. a. DIA8.
Honolulu, Nov. 12th, 1883.
THE undersigned gives notice that he
will shortly open tho new store on
King Street, near Messrs. Castle &
Cooko's, with an entirely new Stock of
Dry Goods, Clothing, Fancy Goods, etc.,
to which ho cordially invites the atten.
tlhn of his frionds and pie publio genor.
650 lw P. A. DIAS.
Auotion Sales by Lyons & Lovoy.
THIS DAY, THURSDAY,
Nov. 16, at Sales Room, nt 10 a. m.,
will he held
Regular Cash Sale
Clothing. Dry G-oods,
Furnituio, Crockery, Groceries,
Sncks Potntoei nnd Onions,
50 Uoo? Applrs,
One Splendid Family Carriage, '
Ono hnrgo Horse, broken In Saddlo
nnd llaincsj, and Ono Largo
Lyons & Lkvuv, Auctionccis.
MOST IMPORTANT SALE
33Y AUCTION" OF
25 Casos London Mado Furniture,
Plato Glass Mirrors,
Rugs, Carpots, &q., &o.
THE undersigned having received in
structions from Mess s. G. W. Mac
farlnnu & Co., to arrango,foran EARLY
DAY, of which due nolico will be given,
Of the above shipment of Furniture,
which will be fully displayed in our com
SALESROOM, BEAVER BLOCK,
. N. 13 To.gehtlcmcn furnishing 1
Mansions or Country Scats, this offe
umiRunl nnnnrttinltv. Innsniunli as1? the
Furniture has been landed in exception
al good order. "J',.
OfiM JL.Y0XS 5J JjEVKY, Auctionrs.
tVRT MltOS. c.ill tho attention of
tho public, who desire to euioy a
delicious plate of
ICOE OJEfcEJAJM; !
To take notice before purchasing, that
the name of Hart Bros, is on the wagon,
as it is well known that their creams are
the finest ever made in Honolulu. The
flavorings of Coffee, Vanilla, OhocTJlnte,
Lemon and Strawberry have been pro
nounced second to none in the world.
Our fine cake is also highly recommend
ed. Ladies out shopping during the day,
can also enjoy a delicious plate of cream
at the elegant
Elite Ice Cream Parlors !
on Hotel Street.
Families wishing Ice Cream sent to
their residence, will please ring up Tele
phone 182, which will be promptly at
tended to for orders.. CIce Cream
will bo served at the Band Conceits at
Emma S.mnre. HART BROS.,
557 lw Proprietors.
A Full Assortment
American Groceries !
"215 , . ? J A. S. OLEGHORN & CO. ' f
Mr-wheeled Mule Carts
As good as new
AT Tl'nARfVWA'nT.I?. TJ ATltH.
557 lw Kaahumpnu street, 13.
A CHOICE LOT OF
A. S. OLEGHORN & CO.
Mechanics and Others
Take Notice For Sale.
AT KALIHI within 100 yards of
School House, I have a new "Frame
Dwelling House containing (up and
down stairs,) 0 rooms with Cook-houso
detached, also well and barn on prem.
ises cbntalns an acre of ground. Will
sell the same for $1,600. Tho location Is
good; situation 2 miles from Honolulu
Postofficc. Don't delay if you want a
reasonable nnd comfortable home.
J. E. WISEMAN,
554 lw Real Estate Broker
-r . E-
Troasury of Song.
THIS Beautiful Collection of Music
for the Family and Social Clrclo,
contains ovei 500 pages of Choice Music
among which niay ho mentioned, 'Jamie,'
" Tho Old Sutton," "The Swiss People's
8ong,"ind others which have delighted
Ilonnlulu Audiences, at the recent con.
cotts issued in 8 different ctylcs of
binding, ut $!?.50, Sl.IiO, and 5.00 pi copy,
Ordpis received for tho above, by
KhId Agent for thg Haw'n Islands.
1 O, BoxaBl. 551 lm
THE undersigned begs to inform tho
public generally that he Iiob pur.
chased tho business of Apau, of Kooa,
Kauai, and intends carrying on tho same.
Apau will be lcsponslblo for tho debts
on tho late business. CIIONG WO.
Koloa, Kauai, Nov. 10, 1883. 558 lm
Good IIuhIiicnh Chance.
FOR Bale a RESTAURANT
good location, doing good
uustness, witu groceries, uxtures,
15 ycarB lease,
Addro38, II. P.,
For Bale, Cheap.
A j HORSE, with Saddle & Bridle.
jtX.. Apply 83 Hotel street. 55C lw
DILLINGHAM & CO.'S
BULLETIN OF NEW GOODS!
JUST RECEIVED, INVOICES OF
HARKNESS FIRE EXTINGUISHERS !
Guaranteed to put out twlco ns large a fire in half the time of any other machine.
It docs not get out of older, and is nhays ready for use.
Every roidcncc, Sugar Mill and Stoic should have ono.
Magneso-Calcite Fire Proof Safes & Boxes
With lorgei percentage of inside spneo thnn nivy other snfe -Wk are Sole i
, . AOENTB FOlt THE AllOVK. i
"NEW DESIGNS IN SILVER PLATED WARE. "
Wire Cloth, Wire Netting, Klco Cloth, liirdCngcs, - -
' BarbTencin'g Wiie, uiups, Wiiidwills, Tanks, '
, ;,! HYDRAULIC KAMS. ' ' ' ' ' 'M ,8
Slcidgrntc Oil in HFivo Gull on Tiii. ' "h5 M
Kerosene and Llbrlcating Oils a specialty. A good stock on hand and to arrive.
Call and examine
MACNEALE &-URBAN SAFES
Aith Patent Inside poltwork and Hinge Cap.
A targe Assortment of these justly Celebrated Safes'
Over 500 in daily use on
Safes Sold for Cash, or
For Prices, Circulars, etc., apply to
540 tf b
THE GREM I.
No Bombast -Simply an announcement
IS NOW OPEN
Largest Assortment ofuGtoods oa&mdo
Ever shown here without exception, consisting in part : lC,'.
Dry, Fancy and House Furnishing G-oods, ' ' '''
Embroideries, Laces, and everything that comes under the above heading.
Tie Largest ana Finest
and You h's Clothing.
Genfsurfslnngds, Boots and Slices,
Hats, Capaf Trunks, Valises, too numerous to itemize.
&-Don't iorget the GREAT I X L
4J a I O
E. O. HALL & SON, r ;
(LIMITED.) ' '
tavo Just addod largely to their Varied Slock ot
Hardware, General Merchandise,"
Arid Plantation Goods,
op eveiiv description, THE BEST LUBRICATING OILS,
By the Martha Davli," Ovorand, via San Francisco;
The ' D. O. Murray," ' H. W. Almy," Mallsgate," W. II, Dlmond andfrp"
England, via Panama. " , ,,' '.
Shortly expected by the Henry James, from New York,"
and the Ceylon, from Boston, a vory full lino of
Plows and Agricultural Implements Law.
, MAKING THE U U H iX
Most complete assortment even offered in this- Kingdom. .
our New Goods.
" i ' i't
? iu nt
the" Hawaiian Islands.
on the Installment Plan.'
l . 7
C. O. BERGER, General Aeen&ii'tmotf
X L. STORE,
and Queen Sts,,
-i'J - ;4iiI'J
Steel or Men's, Bots,,
STORE, Corner of Nuuann anii Queen