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THURSDAY, DEC. 18, 1888.
THIS DAY'S DOINGS.
Lj'ons & Iiovoy will sell at 10, at
Sales Room, lot of Cltrislmns Goods.
Trustees, Queen's Hospital, 11.
At 12 M., Mr. Adams will sell at
Sales Room, lobnooo, hats, &c.
Knights Templars, 7:80.
Was a great success. It commenced
in the afternoon with an inundation
of children who reveled in toys and
ice-cream. In the evening the Hall
of the 1 M. C. A., was so crowded
that it took skillful cngiueenng to
navigate one's way. There weic
seven booths, tho floral bower being
the first that greeted our eyes ; to
the right of it was the Post Ollice,
where an excellent business was
done, one valuable document how
ever, mis-carried, which wo were
told, was a communication to the
Bulletin from the Foreign Ollice,
offering us a high commissionership
and an old uniform. The ice-cream
table, gleaners table, center table,
flower, candy and toy stalls were all
attended by enthusiastic ladies, to
whom "no" was no answer. The
auction sale was the event of the
evening ; J. Mott Oat was worn out
and his place taken by Mr. C. M.
Cooke. Everything was sold, and
very cheap. Fortunately it wasn't
Saturday night, so we had no money.
One gentleman pm chased a pair of
corsets, and people were of opinion,
from his shapely figure, that he
always woie them, another pair was
knocked down to the captaiu who
has beeu ' once congratulated upon
the splendid appearance of his
Other gentlemen were seen with
tidies, pincushions, bibs, doll sand
everything appertaining to the femi
nine and juvenile world, but no
matter, it was all in a good cause
and over 800 was received for the
Y. M. C. A. institution. We gazed
upon the scene when all had departed
and saw a bate room, bare tables,
one only having a few toys on it, a
small quantity of ice-cream and a
dim. -light. "What a change ha,d
talccn place in one LiIcf Jjoui .' .'Is
the ladies, who kindly devoted their
time and services, is due nearly all
the credit for tho great success they
THE WORKING MEN'S UNION.
The usual weekly meeting ' took
place on Tuesday evening, about
forty persons being present.
The report of the Executive Com
mittee stated that all accounts for
supplies to the German women had
not yet been received, and conse
quently a balance sheet had not been
An account of 18.50, from Mrs.
May, for superintendence, care,
giving out stores, and vegetables
.supplied to the German women, was
The Employment Committee re
ported having found work for two of
the last German women who had ar
rived in Honolulu.
Tho motion restricting the time of
remarks for ordinary business, and
for the good of the Union, to five
. and ten minutes respectively, was
Mr. Danielewicz tendered his res
ignation as a member of the organi
zation, in consequence of the resolu
tion passed prolubiting the discus
sion of socialism. He stating in his
letter of resignation
"1st, That time is equally pre
cious to every human being, and
2nd, The amouut of time expended
in the creation of any necessaries or
comforts of lifo should, in justice,
be tho measure of all values, and
3d, Cost must be tho limit of
price. That the realization of these
principles is best attainable by the
institution of a syBtcm of govern
mental co-operation of industries
and agriculture, and that nothing
short of sucli a system can insure
justice to the working people and
bring about the so much desired
harmony in society, tho happiness of
the human race. Should, at any
time, the tactics of your organiza
tion! have changed, and a broader
policy leplaco its present one, I
shall consider it my duty as a social
ist to re-enter your ranks. In the
.meantime, I beg your permission
occupy a seat at the reporters' table
ns correspondent of San Francisco
A vote of thanks was passed to
Mr. Danielewicz for the zeal and
timo ho had spent in helping on the
Mr. Crowley then attacked tin
Saturday Press and tho Bulletin.
saying that their " tactics were
mean in tho extreme" Tho Adver
tiser (formerly tho most abused
paper) and the wtzette had re
frained from any remuiks, and the
reason why Mr. Danielewicz resigned
was because "lie felt aggrieved at
the miserable innuendoes of a sec
tion of the press." ,
Mr. Danielewicz said ho resigned
because he objected to the actions
of tho Union.
Mr. Crowley then "pitied the
poor creatures" of tho press who
were "simply tools of those be
hind." Mr. Cavcnagh asked why he
should pay $10 a week for his la
borers, when plantations paid only
$10 a month.
It was decided that nominations,
for the election of officer, should
bo made at tho next meeting, the
elections to take place on Thursda',
The preparation of questions to
candidates for political honors, who
sought their suffrages, was left to
Messrs. Marchand, Squires and
Sherman, all being voters.
Mr. Crowley had scruples against
serving on this committee, and these
scruples were redoubled on reading,
what he thought, a sensible para
graph in the Gazette, which advised
them to leave politics to voters. He
was not a voter, bo desired to with
draw his name from the committee.
He would not accept letters of deni
zation, and exchange the large
letters of denization he now held for
the small ones he might get.
The first Thursday in the .new
year was selected for a debate, tho
subject, selected from four proposed,
to be, as moved by Mr. Z. Y.
Squires, "The best method of get
ting rid of Chinese, and so giving
foreign and native laborers a chance
to live on the Hawaiian Islands."
A balance on hand of $2.25 was
reported, and the meeting ad
journed. Auction Sale3 by T.vons & Levey.
Order of Sales at Auction,
By LYONS & LEVEY.
Thursday, Dec. 12th.
At 10 am. at Saks Room of Ma
jolica Ware, Luminous ai tides,
Opera and Field Glasses, Basket
Ware etc., etc., Imported expressly
for the Holiday Trade.
Friday, Dec. 14th.
At 1Q !l.m. at Callfnrnlji RpctJinrout
uy-order of Assignees", the whole of
the Furnitme, Cooking Utensils, etc.
Friday, Dec 14th.
At 7 p.m. at Sales Room, Special
Sale Toys &, Fancy goods, just re
ceived per S. S. Mariposa.
Saturday. Dec. 15th.
A 1 7 p.m. at Sales' Room Valuable &
Elegant goods suitable for Christ
mas and New Years Gifts.
Thursday, Dec. 13,
At 10 a. in., at our Biles Room, Special
and Important Sale of Goods, Im
ported exfressly for the
A choice invoice of
Just landed, consisting of
Strawberry Dishes, Butter Dishes,
Jelly Dishes, Sardine Boxes,
Tea pots, Biscuit Boxes, etc.
iscuit iJoxes, en
in now &
Opera & Field Glasses.
Albums, Powder Boxes, Sehatels,
Luminous article in new and uni.
Small Assortment ol Fancy Glass Goods,
Fancy goods of every description.
Such ns Smoking Tables and Work
Boxes in 0.ydized Iron, a variety of
Baskets, comprising Picnic, Lunch,
Bread and Knife Baskets, Music
Racks, Sponge and Garden Baskets.
BSTWe bog to call the attention of tho
Eubllc to the above sulc. All the goods
ave been specially selected to meet the
requirement of this market, and will
bo sold in lots to Milt puiclmi-ei.
Lyons A Lhvkv, Auctioneers.
Dec. 1 5th J at 7 r i.
SALE BY AUCTION
Beautiful Collet-lion of JIIUH-A11T
Which embraces lines of UNUSUAL
BRONZE and STATUARY,
ALSO, A NEW ASSOM'MKMT OK
Suitable for Christmas and New Year's
Particular attention puid to the
comlort of Ladies attending Our Sale.
583 Lyons &Lkey, Auctioneers.
h A QUANTITY of uon Hoop, 2x3.16.
il Also, lion Tanks. Apply to
to 830 3m J. H. IlRUNB,
..; pru ,.aiMBjy v --K '&,,& , T$mmmm . ,trKM.rt'. rt, m',a,,: r,idm?J .s3i :$.Mi3timii j-. .?fi&A , ,' v .,, ,
It is unusual to hear Unit, a Chinaman
has insured his lifo, and II is still more
unusiinl to hear of such prompt pay
ment of claims as tin following. Oh
ltftli I'Vbruaiyj Leo Lo., who was doing
business In llllo, insured his llfo In the
Equitable Llfo Assurance Compnny for
3,000, under tho fifteen year endow
ment plan. Ho paid a year's premium
and died In September. On 31st October,
Mr. A. J. Cartwrlght, tlio Honolulu
ngent of tho Company, sent, to tho bond
ofllce in New York, pi oof of LocLoy's
death; tho matter having been placed
In his hands two days previously. On
4tb December, thirty four days after the
papers loft Honolulu, the wife of the
deceased gave a lecolpt for 3,000, tho
full amount of her claim, the money
having been sent from New Yoik and
handed to her. This Instance not only
shows the benefit of Life Assurance) but
also the very prompt manner In which
bettlements aio made by tho Kqultable
Lifo Assurance t ompany, which did
not oven avail Itself of tho power to
withhold payment for sixty days, in a
'policy which had not been in forco for
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AUCTION SALE BY E. P. ADAM3.
Thursday, Dec. 13th.
Underwriters' Sale, 12 o'clock, To
bacco, Hats, &c.
Friday, December 14th.
Christmas Novelties, 7 r. m.
Saturday, Dec. 15th.
Elders & Co., Christmas Sale, 7 p.m.
581, E. P. Adams, Auctioneer.
ALFRED S. HARTWELIi,
COUNSELLOU AT LAW,
Ollice over the Rank of Bishop & Co.
582 3m b Honolulu.
CHR. GERTZ, ft.
No. 80 Fort street, Honolul.KT"
Irflnor'er and Dealei m Gent's, Ladies'
and Children's boots, shoes and slippers.
FRESH EASTERN OYSTERS
ex " aiAiurosA "
Frozen in Tins and Shell,
A.T TUTS WINDSOR.
ttSTExperl Openers on hand to fill
oi der fi82tf
JUST RECEIVED and For Sale by the
150 Dntss No. 1 Unwashed
581 2w " C. BREWER & Co.
Music ! Music ! !
T" ESSONS given on the PIANOjit rca
J sonnblo nitos, at Teacher's or
Pupil's own residence, by Mrs. A. Altmnn
lately ftom New York, inquire at 15
Emma street, between 8 and 5 p.m.; or
at A. M. Mellis, Fort street Store, be
tween 0 and 2 o'clock. 580 lm
Bethesda Mineral Water !
Or by tho Bottle,
Hollister & Co.,
5f7 1ni b Solo Agent". Hnu'n Tslnnrts
Fancy Work from Madeira.
INLAID WORK-a beautiful line in
rare woods, uch as:
Ladies' Work Boxes,
Glove and Handkerchief Boxes,
Paper Cutteis &c, Fine Albums,
Jewelry Cases, Cigar Cases,
Chess Bonids. A full Ass't of
Horse Hair Fancy Work.
A full line of MADEIRA HANDMADE
Embroidery and Crotchet.
UnderwnittH, Chemise Tops,
Bed Sots, Pillow Cases,
Baby's Robes, Night Dresses,
Square Round Tidies.
KDOINOS AND INSEimONS
BnsTcets and Chairs.
A fuli line ov
Ladies' and Gents' Gaiters.
M. A. GONSALVES & Co.,
070 lm Hotel street.
A LOT OK
Oysters in tins,
Pears and Apples,
All In magniflcient condition.
tSfCnll early as tho supply is limited.
581 lw KENNEDY & CO.
MR. CHA8. FURNEAUX will give
free instruction in free hund out
lino drawing at tho Y, M. C. A. Hall, to
Mechanics only, on Saturday Evenings,
from 7 to 8 v m. Tho course will open
Decemboi 8th, and will consist of twelve
le son. 577
HOLLISTER & CO.
Druggists & Tobacconists,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL,
59 Nuuanu Street, Honolulu, and Cor.,
567 Fort and Merchant streets, tf b
Will open on
Saturday, Dec 8th, 1883.
with a large collection of
Cliromos, Ebony Ware,
Artists Mntcrials, &c, &c.
No. 108. : : : King Street
Way's Nkw Block.
078 KING BROS. 1m b
P. A. BIAS
Informs his frlen'lM and the public gene,
rally that he will
Open on Saturday Next,
His if Dry Goods Store,
On King Street,
(Near Castle & Cooke's) with an
Gent's Furnishing Goods, &c.
King Street Store,
Has, Just Received,
Ex Bell Rork and other
Comprising in pnrt us follows :
And Iotns Ware.
These goods aie entirely new to this
market, and uie well woith inspection.
Single, Double and Treble,
In Amber, Green, Blue,
Rose, and Flint Colors.
of New and Elegant Designs,
In Mo;S China, Glass, Majolica,
and Buiboline Ware, with
New Self-Lighting Burners.
of assorted patterns.
Barboline Flow cr Pots,
Wedgwood and Majolica Ware
Then1 are also in stock the regular
Dinner and Tea Services,
Chamber Sets and Crockery,
of pvery description.
Lamp Globes, Chimneys,
Burners, AVlcks, &e., &c.
JT. T. Waterhou,e
King St., Honolulu.
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FBDIfiHEH PDG PUPS!
THREE PEDIGREE PUG PUPS,
Of the Male Sex,
. For Sale,
Fifty Dollars Each.
W. S. Luce,
CC0 tf h Kaahunianu street.
A Lot of Land
300 ft wide by 300 ft. deep,
Situated on mnkai side of Berctania
Street, near tho residence of Mr. Wong
Qui. Water laid on.
STABLE AND OUT-BUILDINGS
ALSO ON THE l'llKMISES,
Trees and Flowers are nnw planted and
Grounds arc well laid out,
551) tf g OHULAN&CQ.
Bull Programme! !
NEW DESIGNS, just icceived from
San Francisco, at Tun Dah,y Bul.
DILLINGHAM & CO.'S
JUST KKCE1VKD, IK VOICES OF
HARHNESS FIRE EXTINGUISHERS !
Guaranteed to put out twice as largo a flro in half tho time of any other mnchlnJJ.
It does not get out of ordor, and is always ready for inc.
Every residence, Sugar Mill and Stoic should have one.
Magneso-Oaloite Fire Proof Safes & Boxes
With larget percentage of inside spare than any other safe Wk Ann SotK
Agknts for the Ahovk.
NEW DESIGNS IN SILVER PLATED WARE.
Wire Cloth, Wire Netting, Rice Cloth, Bird Cages,
Barb Fencing Wire, Pumps, Winclwills, Tanks,
Slcidfjate Oil in ITi-vo Gallon rUlns.
Kerosene and Libricatlng Oils n specialty. A good stock on hand and to arrive.
Call and examine our Neiv Goods,
DILLINGHAM & CO
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BROCL1E and SPEAR
Watchmakers, Enjravers, Mimifaoturitij Jewalors and Importers,
HAVE ON HAND, JUST ARRIVED
Diamonds and Other Precious Stones,
Waltham Watches Gold and Silver,
For the Trade.
The Largest and Finest Assortment of GOLD and SILVER JEWELRY, Solid
and SILVER PLATED GOODS, ever imported into this Kingdom.
Clocks Spectacles, and Mye Glasses.
fi82 1m b
MACNEALE & JSfMS SAFES
With Patent Inside Bollwork and Hinge Cap.
A Large Assortment of these justly Celebrated Safes
Over 500 in daily use
Safes Sold for Cash,
For Prices, Circulars, etc., apply to
510 tf b '
SPRINGFIELD GAS MACHINES.
This Well-known Machine is now utcd at the Royal Palace, Hawaiian Hotel,
Music Hall, and a number of private residences, giving entire satisfaction every
where. It is the most economical Machine in use, easily managed and automatic in its
I can furnish from a 20 Light to a 10V) Light Machine, smillor sizes constantly
GAS FIXTURES OF MITCHELL, VANCE & CO.
For Circulars, Catalogues Prices, etc., apply to '
O. O. BERGER, Sole Agent,
604 tf b HAWAIIAN ISLANDS.
NO LONGER HELD RESPONSIBLE !
Great I X L Store
Corner Nuuanu and Queen Sts.
Tie People lass at tie tat 1. 1 L Store
And the Store for the People Is tho Groat T. 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 early at the Great I X L Sto re, cornerof
Nuuanu and Queen Streets.
on the Hawaiian Islands.
or on the Installment Plan.
BERGER, General Agent,
A. GARTENBERG, Proprietor.