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Sfts gaUjj gtUiMi
ringed to neither Scot Dor Fty.
But NlaMleM for the benoflt of all.
JIONDAY, NOV. 12, 18.
THIS DAY'S DOINGS.
Band at Emma Square, at 7 :80
Harmony Lodge, I.O.O.F., 7:3Q.:
Algnroba Lodge, I.O.GLT., 1:3Q
Wc regret to stntc that wo liavo
unintentionally published tho an-"
uouncoment ( of a marriage in - our
last Saturday's issue which never oc
curred. The marriage notice was
placed in the " copy " drawer of our
office without the knowledge of the
editor, and set up by the composi
The editor and manager know
nothing about it, and' nil the hoys
working in our shop deny any knowl
edge as to who wrote it or placed it
in the drawer.
It was probably1 done as a prac
tical joke, and by somebody ac
quainted with this, office. -
We shall lose- no opportunity of
endeavoring' to ascertain the writer.
In the meantime, wc beg to offer our
apologies to the parties interested
and to their friends, for the publica
tion of the notice referred to, 'arid
regret, as much as they do, that wo
should have made the mistake.
In future' we decline to publish'
any marriage notices unless signed
by the 'officiating minister.
Room three is' in charge of .Miss
Lewis, who, having invited usi to see
her class, asked if there, wag jury par
ticular branch of study that we
wished to see. Having explained
that our object was merely to see
the regular, work of the ,room, she
continued hor lesson. There were
22 pupils in the room and a change
was noticeablcm the behavior and
attention from the boys previously
seen. The room itself was. also
neater and cleaner tliau rooms ond
and two. The boys were engaged
in reading from the Third Reader
and they read.decidedly better than
those in the second' room': ' They
were supsosed.to comprise .tho third!
grade, though really they consisted
of two grades, the-third, inndfourth.
Some" questions were then given, , to
the; pupils in, .arithmetic, which wer,eA
answered readily and intelligently. '
Thompson,' pitlimetic and Eaton's,
wore the books in use. The teacher
said that she got "lyhat books he
wanted," that ',' moral-exercises nncli
.- declamations were taught," 'and.
that ,the, pupils were pushed on as
they ought not to be," and that she
"was compelled to do it herself be-
causej.of.htheirr advancement." Wc
if . .
alBd'as'ccrtaiue'd that there were uno
rules " relating to the school itself,
and that we were the f first visitors
thfs tefin'i" that V no music or sing
ing had been taught the upper classes
this term,, although, it had been pre
viously;" that 'the -principal "would
not allow " her to teach singing as
it disturbed him.; that, "last year,
half an hour, one day a week, had
been devoted' tb singing lessons. ' '
Having complimented the teacher
upon the., (Orderly- iconducti of her
class and, .their evident attention to
their work, wc went to room number
four, and saw' 26 boys attending
closely 'tbr tlie' instruction of their
teacher,'-- Miss' Tanner, whose'room
also had an appearance of neatness
and'Cleanline8srWe did not- remain'
there, butf 'liaised on to theV next
olWK.GJlU.'; t'-'.- . " '' '
jliooui EivD, contained 27 boys and
was in charge of Miss Smithies who
at onceinvitcdiis to enter -and-' 'of
fered ' to fake any subject wc re--quired.!
This was supposed td be the
seco'rid ' grade, but really it com
prised tho first and second; AVo;
leawiti that' the boys' were supposed
to'be,a:yehr in each room, but that
they were "often changed every' three
or' four months. In reading lessons.
the teacher was compelled to divide
them into three classes. Their writ-ing'-iri
'Parson's No. 1 Gppy Hooks'
' was gpopt. They did their nrith,
metie arid dictation on slates, their
mistakes being carefully explained
by the teacher. The teacher said
thffir she mjjefl her, (own judgment"
regarding .the work and books given
tctfficr class, tliiit she ,l taught draw
ing." that the principal ' wouldn't
aljslriglnasllti aisturbed hjn?,"'
that ehe gave'them '"lessonB in reci
tatifiriVnd polltenees," tfiat tley had
BWl'f im,Lliii".'H'Miwwi- "Pji
'just commenced Geography," that
their first lesson in Calisthenics had
been nrrnngedL4,fdr that afternoon,"
that many of her pupils "were not
fit for promotion" to the upper clas
ses, but "they had to be sent up,"
that wc were the "first visitors" this
-term, that tho principal had "never
inspected' hcr class, that there was
a "meeting; of teachers every Fri
'day, but it was oi little .use.' ' Tho
bell then rang for tho midday recess
and the boys wcro dismissed. This
room appeared to be as well managed
and taught as auy we had visited.
Several questions in "Roman nu
merals" were put to the class and
wero answered correctly.
During recess we went to Room
Six which was in charge of Miss
Urickwood. We had no opportu
nity, on.,this p.t?cas(onj of seeiug her
..class at work, but, at the public ex
amination in July, it was very satis
factory. The teacher,, kindly un
formed us that her pupils, 40 ,in
number, were of the first grade, that
the principal "never inspected' her
class, that she herself taught them
singing "three times a week," that
they wci-c taught reading "from
charts," and writing "on black
boards or slates," that they "only
remained about three months in the
rqom though they were supposed -to
remain a year," tuat she "pushed
tlicm through their work on account
"of their rapid advancement," that
she had "purchased drawing' cards
as the, Board of Education did not
'"provide them,'' that ''the; principal
objected to 'her "teaching drawing,"
that she preferred herself'to "teach
singing instead of having a master,"
that the principal "objected to tho
noise" .made! when the class' - was
singing, that she "administered medi-
cine to boys that were sick."
This room, as well as ,the , two od
joiuing ones, hadithe appearance of
neatness and cleanliness, which did
not distinguish rooms one and two.
as iiie remainuer oi inc scuooi
was in the primary department, and,
as the time, at our disposal was
limited ; we left tho institution -with
the impression that many changes
and reforms were necessary in the
Correspondence is solicited on the top
ics of the day, or what may become so.
i Wc-jcscr.y.c the right to excise purely
, Wc do not hold ourselves responsible;
for. the. opinions expressed by our cor
Editor JBulletik.: Having not!-
ced in last Saturdays' Edition a
letter, criticizing the concert given
for the benefit .of the Library Assdj
ciation,; ily' opponent, the party
styling himself as Baritone, should
only make criticisms where they,are
duly: needed, I, as a 'first class arti6t
wish to answer to the malicious
' attack that Mr. Baritone has shown
towards some first class artists, that
did, not deserve, ,thc aforesaid
criticisms, as 1 consider myself a'
first- class artist, having played be
fore the Highest, Courts in" Kuropei t
and having heard some of the mostf
distinguished musjeians in the world
coUlcj easily ijavq criticized the con
cert, should I have foutid fault, and
if Mr:i Baritone would have had any
tnste''fo'r music at heart, or if he
would have, heard any famous artiste
he would diave. b'eeiu able to' have'
criticized' in a .different manner.- If
Mr. Baritone, wishes to Jiave the,
readers,!' ,of,, the-.tpjiRor to, ,uncleiv
stand that! he. is such a great Critic
of musicians, he should have been
6ne"6f "the firs"tdrh"aV"e1,'bferea liis"
services for a charitable, concert, and
' not'to; criticise the' actions of firstiM
5lassr artists, who should have.'grejit1'
prase,'as'l thnk the accpuntspf the
concert, were very poor ior press
critics. , nX .,
Further more 1 will wugcr the
i sum of one thousand dollars, the
same to be donated to a 9b ari table
Institution that Mr.! TBaritonei cannot
come up to' the artists that he has
iis8aiied, 'any Jtithe and place' that
may be agreed' Upon!
. FRICHTFUL ,SLAUCHTR OF ARABS.
LbNtioii, -October 81. A Khar
toum dispatch says : Between- 25,
000 and ,10,000 Arabs, under El
Mntidi,- the False X'rophet, attacked
Hick's Pasha's arnly of 10,000. The
Arabs were divided into two columns
an$ attacked the Egyptian square on
two sitles, tlins enabling Hicks,
Pashato use his. 6,000 Remington'
rifles; Krupp guns and Nordohfelt's
rock6t batteries. Tho Arabs were
only armed1 with Jances. Failing
after some time to reach the square,,
they fled, leaving fl.OOO dead and all
their women, food, bnggngp and ani
mals, behind. Hicks Paslia pursued
the main body of the fugitives,' and
overtook them at Melbas, where ho
foupd El Mahdi posted with the
fugitives, with a bodyguard of 2,000
;' 'V. ,, &, i vss fJT " ' -Tii. "--
cavalry. 'T'ThalA.rabs again nttacked
and word irppulscd with great loss.
El'Mahdi'fc hojrso wAs killed under
him, and. lie is reported to lmvo been
cut down by the light cavalry which
pursued him. Hioks Pasha has
taken possession of El Obcid and
thb govcrilmdnt lrcaBury4 Tho
Egyptian loss is nothing. Exam
iner. AUCTION SALE BY E. P. ADAMS.
IMPORTANT TRADE SALE
By oVdhrfaC Messrs. G. W. MACFAniiAWE
1 ' v &' Co., I will hold
At mv Sales Room, Queen street
ON PIJIDAY NOV. 23rd,
At 10 a. m., at whlrk will be offered on
h Credit to the Trade, a Great Variety
All of which are New Importations,
ex recent nrrlvils, and of which the fol
lowing Is a partial list:
Fine Prints,Sntlcens, Block Snttcens,
Black Merlnjpia, Crptonhes, White nntl
Colored Plnniicls, Angola and Cotton
Shirts, TWENTY, varieties, of Woollens.
Ladles' Felt Skirt's, Check Wool and
TWEEDS AND TAILORS' GOODS.
Bilk, Linen and Cotton Handkerchiefs,
In larie variety; Gents' Linen Collars,
Gents' Umbrellas, A splendid assort
ment of Woolen Blankets, cotton tow
els, large and small ; Linen Sheeting,
all widths; Fine White Cottons, Best
heavy Denims, linen drills, Turkey
Red (Jloth, Crape, A very line assort
ment Gents, Hosiery and Underwear,
Also fancy feathers, Flowers, perfum
cry, Jowclry, etc., children's boots Hair
brushes, combs. Gents' -scarfs, Lisle
thread, Gloves,' &6. Alsoa'fihb- assort
ment of orockeryware, consisting of
.chamber sets, Flower pots, lamps pitch
ers, etc. Gi.asswaue: such as Decanters
Wine Glasses. Tumblers. &c. A Line of
Haiidwahe: consisting of hatchets, axes
tiues, jiuii oiner riiuuuuon xoois. a
handsome assortment of Parlqr Rugs',
Cocoa Matting, etc.
Terms liberal and made known ntSalc.
554 E. P Adams, Auctioneer
REG ATT AT
Nojyeiiiber 16. '
Entries Open This Day
And will close at twelve o'clock noon on
Thursday ,v15tll, Inst. -
f ; c-.l.( Yj. ItUiiiiinTHUJN,
For' Sale, Cheap.-
AHORSE, with Saddle & Bridle.
Apply '82 Hotel street. '555 lw'
, For' Sale.
HORSE, Buggy and Harness either
single or the lot. Splendid, turn
out. Apply Honolulu Carriage Reposi
tory, opposite Dodd's. 555 lw
, ", Eor Sale:
QUANTITY- of iron Hoop;
ix Also, Iron Tanks. Apply U
IMMEDIATELY, furnished or unfur
nished. Kept mpderate. Address
R.A.M., Jr., care of G. 'W.-Macfarlane &
Co. 542 tf
Fresl. Hasten ; Oysters
' 2doz. in.each.tjn square tins.
FRESH SALMON, ON ICE !
PEARS & APPLES !
' of the finest quality FIT FOR
EATIKG jiist received per Marfposa.
' KENNEDY & Co.,
554 3t . " Hotel Struct,
r-T- r r-s
Mechanics and Others
Take Notice For Sale,
AT KALIHI within 1(10 yards of
School Hoiibo, I.have a new Frame
Dwplling House containing (up and
down, stairs.) 0 roomprwlth Cook-house,
detacjiqd, .also, well and ham on prem
ises.c6nuiingvanacre of ground. Will
sell the sanie for H,500. Thq location is
good; situation 2 miles from Honolulu
Postofflce. Don't delay if you want a
reasonable and couifortable home.
' J. E. WISEMAN,
C541w?!fL' . RealEstate Broker
NEAR Kaplolanl Park, towards Dia
mond ljead, I Iiave 11 acres of
Good Bujldlh'g land io'scll. wWfll Jell a
portion or, all at $125 an acre for cash.
To those who prefer Walkikl property,
here is a rare opportunity. Land is per.
f.cctly level ,and suitable' for building
purposes. Apply at once to
h "' ' ' J. E. WISEMAN.
554 lw Real Estate Broker.
FHORN offers the' above sumto any
. .person who can give sufficient in.
formation tlnn) will load to Jhp cqnvlq.
tlon of tlie thief who broke into tho side
building of his premises,! andtolo all
thp contents, of tho trunk pf H. HORN
Jr., as alBo his sleeve buttons and breast
pin, six feather pillows, sheeting and
blankets- Also for the conviction of
any one of tho thieves who stole the
Goods from tho Store, and M, Hough,
tailing's verandah," at tho Are, on tho
morning of 81s't'Octdber. P. HORN,
lwC52. Honolulu, $oy Oth 1883,
Treasury of Song,
THIS Beautiful Collection of Music
ior tlio Family and .Social Clrcle(
contains ovor'500 pages of Choice Music
among whloh may bo mentioned, 'Jamie,'
Tho Old Se'xtoV'Thb Swiss -People's
aong, anu puiers, wnicn.nuvooeHgtijea
Honolulu. Vudlcnces at the' recent con.
certs, 'Issued In 8 different styles of
bindirig at $8:503.60, and 5.00 prcopy'.
Orders.received for the above, by
' . r' 1 Wm.CLAnK,'
, Sole, Agent for the. Hftw'n Islands.
'P.O.' Box' &l, T ' 6511m
Auction Sales by Lyons & Lovoy,,'
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N SATUUDAY 13VEN1NGS,
December 8, 15 & 22,
We will hold our Annual Christinas
Sales at our Sales lionm, 1th the larg
est variety of useful and fancy articles
ever seen In Honolulu,
Lyons & Lhvkv, Auctioneers.
SILK SCREENS !
JUST KEOEIVED, per steamer Zeu
lnndla, u lot of Handsome
Of all Colors, and
WING WO TAI-& Co.,
, 24 Nuunhu Street.
Ex. Ilk. "Lady JLiuiiihoii,"
In quantities to suit purchasers bV
lw 552 C. BREWER .fc'Co.
St M. CARTER & CO.
jllavjiig: Bought the
.LEGAL TENDEE aUARRY
Are prepared to
Ballast for Ships
Beach and Black Sand,
Always on hand to fill orders at short
notice and at Reasonablio Rates.
Remember the Kumlicrl
82 Ring Street.
"Telephone 187. "a
nofl t.f '
THE WELL-KNOWN AND POPU
larStallion "KING WILLIAM"
one of the finest Stallions ever imported
into this Kingdom., For particulars ap.
ply at once to
534 lm ; JOHN McKEAQUE.
California Eedwood Opmp'y,
.(limited;) ; ,;s.
Offices, 123 George Street; Edinburgh.
California Eedwood Co., .-.
400 California Street,., . San Francisco,
Eureka, Trinidad, Humboldt Co., Cal.
THIS Company is prepared to con
tract for cargoes of California
Redwood to be shipped direct froni
their mills at current market prices.
The Company will load ships, sent to
San Francisco or Humboldt Bay,,or,,wlll
furnish cargoes, cost, freight and Insur
auce. FALKNER BELL & CO, Agents.
S47 lm 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'b. manufacture, to
which we invito tin? attention of Plan
ters and the public gonorally:
Stoel Rails, nflO, 14 and 18 lbs. to thu
yard, with flsh-plntes, holts and spikes.
Patent Steel Sleepercd Pprtablo Track,
of 10 and 14-lb. rails, with curved line,
points and crossings to suit same.
Points and Crossjngs, suitable for lo
comotive traffic on gnuges of2Q.and
24 inches, t
Sugar Plantation Locomotives,,
Sugar Cane Cars, on four" or eight
Patent Tipping Wagons, for forming
Wo also keep on hand for the conven.
lenco of plantations, a largo nn'1 well
BoleotMl supply of spare Axlos, Wheels.
Axle boxes, Bolls, Nuts, etc., to replace
or renew nnrts of rolling stock already
supplied fiv Mesr, Fowler & Co'.
1 or furl h it particiilars apply to
Messrs. II, W, Marians and W. L, Green,
Agents forMessrs. John Fowler & Co.
540 2w Leeds, England.
MULES I MULES I!
OAPJ OLUNEY wishes to notify
Planters and others that ho' has 80
MULES, just arrived per Wi II. Dimond,
for Sale,, at, hs stable, at tho Coiner of
Punchbowl und Queen Sts. well broken
to harness. 520 f
Good BuHincMH Chance.
FOR, Sale a RESTAURANT In a
good location, doing good solid
business, with groceries, fixtures, furnl
ture, etc. 16 years lease.
Address. H. F.,
681 8m This Office.
DILLIN&H&M -& CO.'S
BULLETIN OF NEW GOODS!
JUST ItECEIVED, INVOICES OF '
HARKNESS FIRE EXTtNGUiSHERS !,
Guaiunieed to put out twice as large a flro In half the tlmo of any other machine.
It does not &ct ottt of order, and Is always ready for inc.
Every ropidence, Sugar Mill and Stoic should havo'pne. ,' .
Magneso-Calcite Fire Proof Safes & Boxes.;
"With lnrgei piirccntngo of inside space thuii any other nh We aiik Solr .
, AoEwrs von tuk A-novBi , ; j(
NEW DESIGNS IN SILVER PLATED WARE.' .""
Wire Cloth, Wire Netting, Rice Cloth, Bird Cngcs,
Barb Fencing Wire, Punips, Windwllls, Tanks, """""
fi t ' - -"' ,V --.' ,1
!:. r' ; HYDRAULIC RAMS. , ;.- r. .
-, , -, ii . -,. . '.i -; . - ; , . IV A
f& ' -SlcldJarbtejOil in Five Gallon rriu.
,r -.' ;! .;;:''' ! ' " "" " ' '" r lJti it'
Kerosene, and Llbrlcatlng Oils a. specialty. A good stock on hand and to arrive.
4 . ' 1 ! . ' 'Mi. v
Call and examine our New Goods, A, .''r
DILLINGHAM & CO.
MACNEALE & URBAN SAFES
With Patent Inside Boltwork and Hingo Cap.
A Largo Assortment, of these
. Over .500 in, daily use on the Hawaiian. Islands.
' Safes, Sold forvCash,, or on the Installment Plan;
For Prices, Circulars, etc., apply to
1 '. ' f
510' tf b
THE GREAT I. X. L. STORK
i Corner. Nuuanu and Queen Sts;
No Bombast , -Simply an announcement
' ' THE ABOVE
IS NOW OPEN
' t ' WITH THE
1 Largest Assortment of Goods ' ;' 4V
r- ' "'i -......- ' J ''; '4! fi-.'-1 ' '
UiVer shown here without exception, consisting in part: , .
(Dry, Fancy and House Furnishing Goods. : ir : lC
Embroideries, Laces, jand everything that comes under the above, heading. , .; . -
WITHOUT- EXAGGEKATION . , ...l-T
Tie Largest al Finest
Gent's FumishingMoods, Boots and ShcesY
Hats, Caps, Trunks, Valises, tob'numerous to'itemize. : HT
JSTDon't forget the GREAT PX L
,-E, O. ,HALL & SON,
Havo Just addod largely to tholr Varied Stock of
Hardware, General Merchandised
And Plantation (roods,
OV EVERY rE8CniPTION,
Bytho " Martha,Davl8,'' Overland, via San Francljco :
The " D. O. Murray," II. W. Ahny," Mallsgnle," W. H. Dimond," ;and' frqnx!
Engiantl, via Panama.
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Shortly expected by the Henry James, from New York'V
,''. and tho Ceyjqn, from Bo3ton, a very full lino of ' i "
Plows and Agricultkiral Implements!
'. ' ' MAKING TlK "' "M':.'" '' '-
Most complete assortment ever) offered in this Kinndom. -.
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pj -HU'Hjrf!', "
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justly Celebrated Safes , .;;.$
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fi. O. RT.Pl'RB nn..nl A A.
' , HAWAIIAN I8liANDS.: '- . ?;,'-- ''
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stick of Men's, Boy's
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STORE, Corner of Nuuann and Queen
Strectst i' !
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THE BEST LUBRIOATINQ OILS,"1- '
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