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AVIS UN' KM) AY, SKIT. 12, 188SI.
THIS DAY'S DOINGS.
TiuRloi's Queen's Hospital, nt 1'. L.
ami S. Co.'s rooms 1U o'clock.
Onhu Loilic, No. 1 lv. of 1'. 7:1)0.
Fort St. Church, J'niyer IMcuti. g
Bettiel Prayer Eluding, nL 7:30.
ANOTHER AUTOCRATIC ACTION.
Last July Alp. CJibhon nmdc nr
vnngoinents for the introduction ol
about. 5,000 Chinese laborers per an
num to tills country by steamers ol
the Pacific Mail and Oriental am
Occidental lines, giving a sole mon
opoly of the business. Instruction
had been sent to the Hawaiian Con
sul in Hongkong to stop all othei
steamers from bringing passenger
here. This step was taken withou
consulting the members of the Bonn
llow long will tliov
submit; The Planters'
iiiu x lainurM ij.iuur uut.
.Supply Company have not receive!
any olllcial intimation of this step.
THE FLOWERDEW CASE.
The decision of the Court in tin
Flowcrdew-Tratmvay case closes one
act in a play which does noticdountl
to the credit of Hawaii. An English
capitalist conies here seeking invest
ments, lie sees that Honolulu needs
tramways and he learns that tin
people need them ; he places all his
plans and ideas before the highest
in authority in the land and is told
that there will be no opposition to
hia schemes, he receives from the
Minister of the Interior authority to
proceed with the work, orders all his
material and engages the services ol
an engineer, when a new Minister ol
the Interior steps in and refuses to
recognize the acts of his predecessor.
The Court upholds his acts and Mr.
Flowerdew, who has been grossh
deceived, is subjected to a loss of
from 825,000 to $30,000. What
action lie proposes to take for the
recovery of the money we do not
know but that he should have lost it,
acting in good faitli on the represen
tations of Mr. Gibson and Mr. Bush,
two Ministers of the Crown, is a
disgrace to Hawaii.
If Mr. Gulick's Action was taken
on the belief that his predecessor in
ollice had exceeded his power then
Mr. Gulickdid right; if it was taken
at the instigation of Mr. Gibson for
other reasons then Mr. Gulick did
wrong, but in any case we think the
Government? is in honor bound to
refund to Mr. Flowerdew the sum
of money that he has expended. In
justice to both parties it is most
desirable that all details in connec
tion with this matter should be made
public and we hope that the Govern
ment or Mr. Flowerdew will, in
justice to themselves publish a full
statement of the transaction with
every document relating to it that
has been written. This country wants
capitalists such as Mr. Flowerdew,
but is never likely to obtain them if
they are treated as he has been.
LOCAL & CENERAL NEWS
Mk. W. G. Ikwin left yesterday for
Hilo. He will return in a fortnight.
ItEPAins on Kins street, filling up
holes w ith s.nid and water.
Kennedy & Co. have new goods by
the Mariposa and C.iibarien.
The article in the Saturday Press at
tacking Mr. "Walker is not generally a.
A. S. Clegliorn & Co. have new gro
ceries, matting, Australian baddies and a
lady's English saddle.
AtiL kinds of Chinese labor aud ser
vants can he obtained from C. Morning
and Kce S ing at 80 King tit. next the
Otiinu Engine house.
Mil. Ciuznn returned to town on Mon
day at noon, and will deliver his regular
Wednesday lecture this evcuiiig in Fort
The regular quarterly meeting of the
Trustees of the Queen's hospital will be
.held this morning In the rooms of the
Planters Labor and Supply Co.
A writ wns served on Monday on the
Miuisterof tho Iatciior nt the suit of
Mr. Way who claims $0,000 for loss of
business, stock and buildings during
tho Into King Street fire and which ho
holds was due to the negligenco of the
Government in not providing a sufficient
water supply. Mr. S. B. Dole conducts
the case which will bo heard befoiea
jury at the October teim.
Miss Lamb, a member of Hon. S. G.
WHder's household met with a very
"sciious accident yesterday uftcrnoon
when stepping out of her carriage she
milled her looting and fill bicuklng
her knee-pan. Dr. McGrew is attending
her and she will piobably bo about
again in a fow weeks.
Ykstehday morning Lycan & John
soil's express bolted up Beretania street
and captied. Matthew Joumou, 1
veins old, and nbon of Cupt. Johmon,
was very seriously cut a.ul bruised
.about tho face.
II)UM t!lu i. Ill IC'ilpou mi .mm
iv. Acr)iimi ulnllun lor u tow nun.
.mult is is 1 1 lug built mill (nuly iiiili
iitun U nui'CB.ny lor thu few vuenii
Ye tcrdiiy aFloriioon Mr. Flowcidcw
iluuctl liU case In thu IiuiuU of Miijo.
A'o .oliou-e, IJrbMi CiiiuiiiWslouer. win.
,n it dlploMatii: letter to thu MluWlu
t' Foii'lgn Alluli!.
Tin: liibouMw from Koloa Plantation,
were tiled jo-dm-dny In the Civil Couil
lr. II. V. (Lade appcarlm: on tlictr l.t
.istlf and .Mr. !. O. Ik-rwr acting iif,
nterpielcr. The Ihvl r:w! wiir that ol
iVulcliiiiiuui whoooinpl.iiiied Unit lie lind
nit received bis half acre of laud, that
.its rations of beef mid sugar were short
ui weight and that his liun.se leaked,
flic Court found that his complaints weie
mfoimdud and ordered him to return
mtl Mine bis contract. Kl e more case
.sure liearetl In the afternoon all of
.vliich were decided against the laborei
who arc ordered to jail with hard laboi
until they decide, to return to work.
.Mr. Thurston appeared for Mr. Lropp
the manager of the plantation.
1). W. 13. McAllUler has now re.
uoved to those looms leeuitly occupiet
y Dr. Fitch at the corner of Fort ant
Intel Sheets. As a dentist Dr. McAllis
er has had 0 years experience, 18 o
which wcie in San Fiaucisco. II.
claims to be tho only Dentist in Hono
lulu who is able to " fill " with coloicd
$old which is hardly distinguishable
iroiu the tooth. In Ids piofcssionnl ex-
lericnce Dr. McAllister has made a con.
lact, said to be the only one ever niadi
in the United Slates for dental work,
which is quite a cuiiosity. It was a
contract for an upper and lower set ol
tjeth for a lady upon whom several den
lists had previously operated uusuccess
fully. The Brunswick Telegraph of
Maine, 185!). -ays " Dr. Palmer (the bus
band of the lad1) informs us that Dr.
McAllister has made a most excellent 111
uul thus far that his wife lias worn the
el of teeth with great comfort and been
iblc to u-.e them, as she has never been
able to u-e any previous set placed in
her mouth. The ease has undoubtedly
eon a difficult one." Dr. McAllister's
new rooms arc huge well ventilated,
.uiiiMjiiicly tarnished ami lilted with
everv convenience for the successful ex
ecution of his business.
The bk C.iib.iricn went on ihc Marine
Railway yesterday for repairs.
Schr Kubunanu brought 2,009 bags of
Yestculay tho Consuclo received some
-.ugur from the schr Kulamanu.
The schooner llaleakala started for
Hawaii yesterday, but icturii'd leaking
badly. She ill sail to-day for Pepeckco
with less freight, and ou her return she
will go on the Marine Railway to be
recopperod and caulked.
Stnir Jas Makec brought 275 bags of
sugar, '27) head of cattle, and 45 hides.
Chinese Intelligence Office
. . . . BY. . . .
C. Mooting axdKee Sano.
C hinese Shipping
And all kinds of skilkd laborers can
be had on short notice.
Office No. 09, King street, next to China
Engine house, No. 5. Gm.G04
No. lO Store
John Thomas Watcrhonse,
lias Just Received the following new
Ladios and Childron'stiafs and Bonnets,
Handsome Silk Dolmans,
Iiadlo'M and ChlUlrcn'M
Buttons, up to $2.50 per
Linen and JSilk Handkerchief
Table Covers. Etc., Etc.
. . ALSO ....
Some very IlnnUsomo
Patterns of which nro ro v Jeiug
thown at the Amsterdam Lx.iibi ion,
and nro pronounced the finest 'piece of
work ever produced as a RibbiQ.
THE ELITE PARLORS.
Ico Oroam and Cnndios
Kccclwl by the S. S. " .tnil'pon"
Now Flench Candle, t'leiint',
Chocolates, uiul Jenny Llml,
Japanese Moniur.i Walnut1,
Plstache Cream ,
Ladles shopping can obtain the tlnest
ilnvoiuil ko-Cio.iun every day, from
I o'clock-. r.o.) lw
St. Louis College.
OW IN CHARGE OF BRO. F.
Its 2nd Scholastic year
Next Monday, 10th instant.
Its plan of studies embraces all Hie
ommon branches of -a geod Christian
.'ducation, but pupils wishing to follow
i more advanced course, will lind every
facility for doing so. For terms aud
Rkv. F. Syi.vksteu,
."iOO 3w St Louis College.
A STRONG, GOOD NATURED
WOMAN to take charge of U, chil.
P. O. Box, 8. C01 lw
Hark Isle of w;lesea.
CONSIGNEES by the above vessel
are heieby requested to call at the
o.i.ce of the undersigned for freight and
receive orders for their goods. The ves
sel will commence discharging thi-
TUESDAY MORNING, at 10 o'clock
a. m. All goods, left on Hie wharf after
l :U0 r. m., will be at the iik of owners.
G. W. Macfaiilasc & Co.
Hark Isle of Anglcsea.
VTEITIIER the Captain nor the un
JUN dei signed will be lesponsible for
any debts contracted by the ciew of the
.ibovc named vessel without their writ
ten orders. G. V. MackakTjASD & Co.
Consignees of bark Anglc-ea. 503
N OFFICE BOY who can write a
o0!J tf 38 Mei chant btrect.
IF YX3UR HORSE IS SICK or LAME,
or any way out of order, call on A.
L BAKER, at Cipt. J. C. Clancy's sta
ble-i, corner of Queen & Punchbowl sis.
ICiTBrcaking horses to .-.addle or car.
riage n specialty. Satisfaction gunran
leeit or no charge ' 420 1y
OHN RUSSELL, ',
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Office, on Merchant street, (next door
to Dr. Slangcnwald.) 490 ly
A MIDDLE-AGED woman as nurse to
z. two children. She muM. speak
English. Apjlv to Mrs. Hayley. Fort
street. fiOS tf
CAl'TAIX E. M. NOHDBERG WILL
furiiNh BALLAST to vessels hi
large or small quantities with prompt
ness and despatch. lie will also take
Contracts to furnish stone to builders or
private parties. OlHce, Anchor Saloon
Mortgagee's Notice of Sale.
BY ORDER of A. J. C'artwright, the
mortgauee named in a cctaln in.
dentine of mortgage, da'el Feb. 22nd
181, made by E B Mikalemi to baid A.
J. Cartwright, we are diie ted to tell at
Public Auction, on
Saturday, September 22nd
at 12 noon, nt our Sales Room, in Hono
lulu, all thoc certain pieces or parre's
of land situate at Kaukalioku, Kapa
lama. Island of Onhu'. and moie particu
lnrly described as follows:
(1) Apana 5, 2 loi ame Kula. E hoo.
muka ma ha pohidtul a o holo Ak 43
horn, 447 pauk amo1 Ak 20 Kom 40
rauku pili me Kcflneula, alalia ,Hem
00 Kom 478 nauku pill mo. John
Needles alaila'llcm .35 Ilik 218 pauku
uiiio Hem 4:J- Kon 2d5 pauku pili me
Geogi Hoina alaila 11cm 48 45 m llil;
811 nauku pili me Wm., Ilebela .alaila
Ale 41 45m Illk. pill mHlW,Mocino,
hhikiilu hpomakamna He 2 !I5-I0a
Eka, and being the same picmi-o-i de.
scrilel in Rovnl Patent No. aid Ku
(2) Ekolu loi mo hahuahale E hoomn.
ka ana ma ko kilii a c holo ana Ak 47
Hik 5i!5 pauku e pill ana iko Kckuama
oallcinOK0 Hik 200 pauku o piM una
ikoKekuano Ak 003 Illk 121 pauku o
pili ana iko William Stunner Ak 87 Loin
45 pauku e pill ana iko Wm. Sumnor
Ak85 Kom ll5 pauku e pill ana iko
Wm. Sumner Ak 72 Kom 8(15 pauku o
pili ana iko Win, Sumner Hem 55
Kom H)0 pauku c pili una iko Paolo
Hem 8 Ilik 100 pauku e pili una iko
Pnelc Horn 00 Kom 150 pauku o pili
ana iko Pi e!o, Hem 0 Kmn 209 pauku
o pili ana iko Kcluonul, Hem 65 Hik
2J pauku o pjli ana iko Keluonui o hiki
ike kihi muii 10,012. Eka, and being the
Hiune promifc de-ciibod in Royal Pa
tent No 2,818 Kulcana llelu 7,108.
For fuithor particulars apply to Cecil
Brown, Aitorney for Mortgauco, or 'o
Lyonb & Levkv, Aum'rs.
M. B. M0ALLI8TBB,
Permanently locn'cd in Honolulu, of.
flee, corner Hotel and Fort streets, op.
pooito Y. M. C. A. bulldhig.
Particular Attention Paid to
Restoration and Gold Fillings
Relying on good work, at reasonable
charges, to gain tho confidence of the
DILLINGHAM & CO.'S
BULLETIN OF NEW GOODS!
JITST KECIHVKIN IX VOICES OF
HARKNESS FIRE EXTINGUISHERS !
Guaranteed to put out twice as large a llui in half the lime of any other machine.
It does not get out of order, and h always ready for inc.
Every residence, Sugar Mill and Stoic should have one
Magiioso-Oalcite Fire Proof Safes. & Boxes
With Inrgct percentage of inside space than any other safe Wu auk Solk
Aoi:.nts Kon thl Anovii.
NEW DESIGNS IN SILVER PLATED WARE.
Wire Cloth, Wire Netting, Rice Cloth, Bird Cages,
Barb Fencing 'Wire, Pumps, Windwills, Tanks, '
Kerosene and Libricating Oils a specialty. A good stock on hand and to arrive.
Call and examine our New Goods.
DILLINGHAM & CO.
JUST RECEIVE!, ex "Mariposa,"
(feELKCTKU BV OUK Mil. STOCKLEV) at
A. W. EICHARDSON & Co's.,
IVo. OS XArt Street.
FOR THE PEOPLE,
JOSEPH E. WISEMAN, .
Xteul Estate JBirolccr,
Custom House Broker,
Employment -A-fjeut, and
Greiiernl Biisine.SH A.g;ont,
Olllec, 27 Merchant street, - . . Hawaiian Gazette Block.
By request, I have added to my business that of a CUSTOM HOUSE BROKER '
and will hereafter attend to making entries at the Custom House of goods through
Power of Attorney from merchants. -Our business community willflndthis.de.
paitmcnt a great source of convenience.
CThe ONLY recognized Real Estate Broker in this Kingdom
Laud and property for sale in all parts of Honolulu and the various Islands.
Houses to lease and rent in Houolulu and suburbs.
Itooms to rent, en suite or single, throughout Honolulu.
Books aud Accounts kept. Bills collected. Legal papers of every description
drawn. Agent for Vickcry's Monthly Fireside Mugazinc and Visitor, with
18 Chromos; subscription $1.25 per year. Agent for the Best Life
Insurance Company in the World.
Charges always moderate. ESTTolDnhnnn w ito
Phaetons, Buggies, Wagons, &c.f &c,
Manufactured with all the latest improvements.
muclcsmltliliiK & Woodwork Uono or ovory MeBorlDti
Having tho best1ikchanics I am enabled to do work
Cheaper and better than any other firm in this city.
New work and Repairing done with complete satisfaction, or no charge made
FORMERLY Wl I II M. Pmi.T.lPa x. .r '
BEGb leavn to amnounce to his in ny patrons and tho puhlic in general Hint
his return from thoEastern Sn.tes, he will open the two-storv trlnk iVimi q
.Ituate corner of Nuunnuand Queen streets with n"h immense stock of nainS'
Dry and Fancy Goods,
Gent's Furnishing; Goods,
Hats and Caps,
Boots and Shoes.
Uffl. A FULL LINE OF NOTIONS "&t
Look out for the Opening Day
TX7.ILLIAM J. BRYSON.
TT BOILLU MAKER.;
And Sheet Iron Worke . Tanks
and Coolers made to order. Particular
attention paid to Repair Work. Orders
left at R. Moore's Machine Shop, King
street, will bo promptly attended to.
A. G. ELLIS,
STOCK BROKER, will buy or sell
Plantation Stock, Bonds, aud
Other Marketable Securities,
.Vtthelr market value for on-h.
215 Office with E. P. Adams. Auct'r.
HAS JUST RECEIVED
A Supply of New Goods,
Coal, lion, Oak, Ash, Spokes, Rims.
Felloes, Hubs, Shafts, &c , of the best quality
Sold at the lowest prices. '
House Furnishing Goods
rrHVO FURNISHED ROOMS, with a
1. private family; 10 minuteo from
tho Post Olllco. Gfnrdcn and comfort
able surroundings. Tho rooms iiie spa.
cious and lofty and well ventilated.
Particulars at tho Windsor Saloon,
King street. 478
A PINE LOT OF
Tatting-of all Grades
BOTH WHITE AND COLORED
For Sale nt
482 A. S. CLEUHOKN & CC