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WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 12, 18SU.
THIS DAY'S DOINCS.
Knights Templars, 7:1)0.
AN EXPLANATION REQUIRED.
Wu hear Hint 11 sum of live dollni
per head for ovory Chinese linini
grant laiuhul here, under the nev
oontraoL with the P. Al. S. S. and O
& O. S. S. Cos, is to be paid to Mr
1 II. lliiyseldcn and that this stall
inent was written to the. P.' M. y. h.,
Co. in San Francisco.
If true a most searching investiga
tion is necessary as to the reason vh;
this sum should he paid to Mr. Hay
selden. The public think that it is i
commission for the sola 7)io)ioj)utit
What has or had Mr. Ilayselden ti
do with the Immigration of this conn
People will not be content withoti
the fullest and clearest ex'planatio
which they arc entitled to.
What return does Mr. Ilayscldei
give for this sum that he is to re
Docs he receive it for himself?
Out of whose pockets does thu
sum come that Mr. Ilayselden is tt,
The members of the Board of Im
migration arc called upon to explaii
this matter, in .irsTiur. to tiikm
sixvks. If fierc was not sufficient money
to import Portuguese laborers, tin
most desirable class for the countrx
generally, how can money be foum
for the importation of the Chinese '
Our authority is unquestionable.
We, in the name of all honest men,
demand an explanation.
An explanation is due to the com
munity, and, in justice to Mr. Ilay
selden, no time should be lost ii
ST. ALDAN'S COLLEGE.
St. Alban's College will be opener
next week by Mr. A. T. Atkinsoi
late principal of the Fort Street pub
lic school. The whole of the buil
dings which arc well lighted airy aw
comfortable have been thoroughly
repaired. There is one long class
room on the ground floor and tw
smaller ones upstairs with other roorm
that can be utilized for classes ii
necesstuy. Mr. Atkinson from liU
long experience in educational sj'o
t ms -has paid every, atten.ion t
t osc details which pre necessary foi
separating the boys and girls in i
mi;:ed school. Separate closets in
dLferent parts of the grounds havi
. been provided for the boys and tin
girls, there is a plentiful supply ol
water and there are two playgrounds,
one of which can be utilized foi
base-ball and foot-ball. One class
room is fitted with desks and black
boards and another with long table.
for writing or drawing lessons.
Children coming from a distance
have ample room for their horses 01
ponies. Mr. Atkinson's success ii
his undertaking is, as it should be.
already assured and he has received
the strongest promises of support in
AN INTER-ISLAND STEAMER.
The new steamer, for the Inter
Island Steamer Co. was built b
Messrs. Hall Bros, at Port Ludlow
where the James Makee was built.
She will sail from San Francisco,
where her machinery is now being
fitted, for Honolulu about 1st Octo
ber. Her length is lu'3 feet, beam
30 ft and depth 12 ft, her guaranteed
speed is eleven knots and her capa
city is 545 tons. She has passengei
accommodation for both natives and
foreigners and is said by good judges
to he a perfect model. She will In
placed on the Kan route in place ol
the Iwalani which steamer will take
the place of the C. R. Bishop, the
latter vessel beinjr placed probably
o ' the trade with the Hnmnkiui
C tast, Hawaii. The Company arc
1 be congratulated in following in
the footsteps of the Oceanic Co. and
o'" Messrs. Wilder & Co. and it is to
I)j hoped that their new venture will
prove a financial success.
The Honolulu Stock Exchange
held its regular session on Mouthy
110 Iliiliu Sugar Co if 275
WalliiKu biipar Co
Iakee .Sugar Co 100
Wnimaiialo Suar Co 115
Koloa Hi. arCo
Grove Ranch Plant. Co. 210
East Jlnui Plant Co
PcHnroritv Snirnr Co
Wuikapu Sugar (!o 100
llaltiwn Sugar Co
Inter Island S, N, Co 1H!
(I p. c. free f.o n Gov't Tax. . . 75
9 p. c. Haw'n Agr. Co Bonds. 103
20 shares Inter Inlaud S N. Co. at 613G
4,000 lluw. Afjilo'l Co. Bondb at 103
LOuAL & UtrturtML ntw'd
l'.i.Tiii.siiA wiUv on draught at Pal
i r it Tliaelier's. o In.
A lulggy for pale, or exchange for a
reak, at 'Windsor llu-tamuut.
Iris known who wrote to Srn Frai,
il eo Unit llic band boys had leprosy.
Mn. J. W. rain also claims to be able
o llll Peth with colored gold.
Coi.oxr.i. tieoigu Maefarhitio has no
en able to lc:.volds limuu lor the hnlc
vo days owtnn lo 111 he.iltli.'
Tin: meeting of the Trustees of the
meen's Ilosnllal was well attended yes-
erday. The iiunrturly report Is held
A large assortment of new goods have
teen received at the Louvre, of Brussels.
Iks. lares, satins, gloves, jewelry, per
Kai.awaia got a nionh's hard labor,
r dlsordoily conduct! at the Police
'ouvi y '' 'Imv, and tnociuca of drunk
A lady la Honolulu complained to liei
uiu-ohoer Hint he put shoes on hei
orse that were no good and wore out
o quickly. It tinn-pind that c
,oes had been on only lor six months.
Tuk cases of the Goinan laborers were
out limed yc.-terday. Twelve were
card and decided against them. Mi.
Hade gave them up "in disgust. Ten
liuilu to be heard.
At a meeting of the directors of the
lutuiil Telephone Co, held yesteiday
fteui. on, Mr. Jaeger wan appointed
ecrutaty and Treasurer, and Mr. S. M.
)ainoi!,' Auditor. An iChMiicut ol
i2.o0 pir .share will shoilly be iiu.de.
TllK next session of the Fort Street
.chnol will begin on Monday next thn
.7th lust. The principal respectfully
quests that all beginners will pr. sent
them.-elves on that day. as a new A, B,
class1 will be formed t..en.
Risiokxts are availing themselves of
ells Fargo'- Agency, about 711 pack
ges and 2C0 letters being sent through
loin by the Mariposa. They now have
vo express wagons, a double and a bin
;le one, for eanying packages.
Tuk name of Hie new tciiipcrnncc
iciety was agreed upon, at a meeting
icld at Mi-sBree-o'n on Tuesday even
ng. It i- to be called the Young Poo
les Christian Temperance Union. A
.oit piogiainnic of .iuio ai.d lecitation
At the Police Couit on Tuesday, four
minks were dealt with, C. K. Miller
as lined 0, costs 1 for assault and
littery on Alex. Laz,.nis; A-i got 24
.ouisfor disordoily eontiuct; Ah Ysui
n I Ah Ling got a month's imprison,
acnt and were lined 50 each for po.
csMiig opium ; Hi.iiin' war. lined $4 for
snidtiiig Ah Kce and Kaholokauhale
etlled her difficulty with her husband
ut ol Court.
Tun miiaculnus two barley loaves
.live been out done by Honolulu loaves,
o snid Mr. Ru-.-ell, counsel for the do-
ncc in the case of W ix-mann v. Ken
when valuable scientitic inf rmaiion
no given In a local knight ot the pii
rusi that forty--ix loaves would make
i 00 sawlwichc . The size of the sand
uChes was not stated.
Schr Marv Alice brought 57 bags of
sugar, 11 bbls of molasses and : 0 hides.
h the shipping notes of yesterdays
Advertiser was stated that on hist Tues
day the .Martha Itldeont took in coal to
Keep her on an evi-n keel. According to
the captain's statement the Martha hide
out took in no coal last Tuesday. She
took in stone ballast.
The C O Whit more come alongside
Wilder's wiufrf yesterday to descharge.
I'lie Menu scow has her machinery in.
rh e boiler is. 7 ft. din. long, Oft. Gin.
linnie.cr, w ith 00 tubes 2 in diameter, a
lue Uiiougli the center (i in. diameter.
She has a pair of direct acting engines
in. cylinders and 10 in. stroke. The
haft is 8 in. dhime cr 10 ft long, it con.
cct-. to engii e -luifi by. a clui-ch coup.
,ng. The propeller i. 3' in. diameter.
Ml pitch. Sl.etiis 3 fijction wlu'els,
h- large t is 3 feet in diame'e-, the
i.iving une 14 in. diameter, ih i inter
nedia'c 0 inslies diiinie or and (I inehe
t'uee. The rope drum is 21 inches long,
2 inches in dinmeter projects at one
end with a gypsy he id. All is a coin.
act. arrange neat.
SE M. CARTER & CO.
Having; Itonht the
LEGAL TENDER aTTARRY
Are prepared to
Ballast for Ships
.. . .ALSO....
Betich and Black Sand,
Always on hand to fill orders at short
notice and at Reasonnblie Rates.
Ilcmembcv the Number!
82 Kiiif? Street.
EST Telephone 187.
Matinee I Matinoo!!
Sntu v d a y A. 11 o r 11 o 11,
FOll FAMILIES AND CHILDREN
Boors open at 2:30 F. M.
Commence nt 55 P. M.
Tickets 60 cts, Children tinder 12. 25 ct.
Tickets can be had nt Robertson &
Co.'s, and at T. O. Thrum's stoic .
Doors open at 7 :'tO
C05 3t Get seals eiuly
THE ELITE PARLORS.
Ice Cream and Candies
Received by the S. S. " Mariposa '
New French Candies. Cream",
Chocolates, and Jenny Linds,
Japanese Bonanza Walnuls,
Ladies shopping can obtain tl.o finest
llavo:el Ice Creams every day, f mn
II o'clock. COOlw
ISnrk Isle of -iVnglesea.
ONSIGNEES bv the above vessel
arc hereby renuestcd to call at the
o i ce of the under.-ignc 1 for freight and
recuve orders for their goods. The ves.
sel will commence discharging this
TUESDAY MORNING, at 10 o'clock
a. Jt. All goods leti on mo wnan auer
4:30 p. m., will be at the risk of owners.
, G. Maci-'aw.ani: & Co.
ISnrk Isle of AiiglcHcn.
"VT EITHER the Captain nor the nil
IN dersigii'jd will be i ('sponsible for
any debts contracted by the ciew of the
above named vessel without their writ
ten order-,. G. W. Mackaulane & Co.
(Consignees of bark nglese.i. o03
W..B. MeAT.U'sTER. in an arli-
c-in the Bui.lktin " Claims to
be the only Dentc-t in Honolulu who is
able to 'fill'' with colored gold winch i
hnrdly.distbiguishal'le from the tooth."
Dr. McAllister's claim is fal e; the
same style of work can be done at the
office ofiDr. J, M. Whitney. J.W CRAIG
05 :lt ' Dentist.
L CI IE A
T17IIL SELL CIIEA" or exchnnTC
for a hie ik, n ope i lnu'g , good
Apnlv UW l'ort street, or
ATfOKNTY T LAW.
Olllcc, on Merchant street, (iil-M door
to Dr. StatigBiiwald ) 4!)5 ly
AMIDDLE-AGED woman as nurse to
two children. She intil speak
English. Apply to Mrs. II ay ley. Fort
street. 502 tf
Mortgagee's Notice of Sale.
BYOKDERof A. J. C'artwright. the
mortgagee named in a certain in.
dentine of mortgage, dniel l'cb. 22nd
181, ma o by E B Mikalemi to said A.
J. Cnrtwrighi, we aie dire, ted to s-ell at.
Public Auction, on
Saturday, September 22nd'
at 12 noon, at our Sales Room, in Hono
lulu, all tho-o fcrt'iin p'eee or pane's
rf hrtiiL situate at Kiuikahoku, Kapa
ininii, Island of Oahu. and in ic pirticu
larly dccril c 1 as follows:
(1) Apana 5, 2 loi amp Kula. E lioo.
iniiku ma lnVpohaku lac holo k 4s
Kom 447 pauk ame Ak 29 Kom 40
pnuku pill me Keoneula, alalia Hem
(i0 Kom 47t pauku nili mo John
Needles ali'iila Hem 35 Hilt. 218 pauku
nine Hem 43s Kom 235 pauku pill mo
Gengi II.mii alnlhullem 48 45 ni Ilik
311 pauku pill me .Win. Ilebela aluihi
Ak 41 c 45m JI'dt pill mo Hunt Moeino
a'ldkliki hooinikn ana. He 2 35-101)
Kka, and Icing the same pionihci do
scriLed in Royal Patent No. 3101 Ku-
(2) EUolu loi niohahuahilo E linonin
ka ana in 11 ke kihi a c holo ana Ak 47
Hilt 535 pauku 0 pill ana lie Ivekii'inui
oallon0 Hilt 200 pauku 0 pPI ana
iko Kekuano Alt 00 Ilik 124 pauku 0
I ill ami iko William Sumner Alt 87 Loni
40 pauku e pill una llto Win. Sumner
AKo)w uoiu I li) llliiuu 1; iui (itiu mu
Win. Sunnier Ak 72 Kom Mo pauku c
pill am iko Win. Sumner Hen flS0
IC0111 1(10 pauku 0 pill aim llto Pae'o
Horn U Ilik 100 punk 1 0 pill mm iko
P..o e Hem 00 Kom iGO pauku e pill
ana iko P c'o, Hem 11 Kom 200 pauku
0 pili Ufa iko Iveluonui, IIjih 05 Ilik
21 pauku e i"li ana Ik" Kcluonui o hikl
ike kihi inuii I0U12, Kka, and being the
siiiue niciui 0 dooilol in Royal Pa.
lent No 2,t-43 Kuloinu Holu 7,101.
For fuithor paitlcuhirs apply to Cedl
Brown, Allon.ey for loitgti;ee, or o
Lyons & Levky, Auet'
WM. B. McAllister,
rormaneiitly lowi'od 1 1 H noli.lu, of.
line, corner Hotel and Fort streets.
Particular Attention Paid to
Restoration and Fillings of Col'd Gold.
Relying Ou good work, at reutonahle
charges, to gain the conlUleiico of the
public. 3m 501
DILLINGHAM & CO.'S
BULLETIN OF NEW GOODS !
JUST KECK1Y13D, INVOICES OV
MARKNESS FIRE EXTINGUISHERS !
Guaranteed to put out twice as large a the in half the time of any other machine.
It does not get out of order, and is always ready for ire.
Every residence, Sugar Mill and Stoic should have one
MagneSo-Calcito Fire Proof Safes & Boxes
With largci percentage of inside space tlinn any oilier safe We aui: Somj
AUKMH KOll 111K AhoVe.
NEW DESIGNS IN SILVER PLATED WARE.
Wire Cloth, Wire Netting, Rice Cloth, Bird Cages,
' . t
Barb Fencing Wire, Pumps, Whitlwills, Tanks,
Kerosciiojuid Llbricating Oils a specialty. A good stock on hand and to arrive.
Call and examine our Jffeiv Goods.
DILLINGHAM & CO.
JUST RECEIVED, ex "Mariposa,"
(SELKCTKD BV OUIl Mil. STOCKLEY) at
A. W. RICHARDSON & Go's.,
No. 15S Fort Street.
FOR THE PEOPLE.
JOSEPH E. WBSERflARS,
Xieal JEstute JBi-olcci,
Custom House Broker,
DEmilo'iticu.t .iVjyeut, unci
i , " Geiiei-til BuHiueHS Agent,
Oillce, 27 Merchant street, - . . Hawaiian Gazette Block.
By request, I have added to-my business that of u 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 will lind this de.
partment a great source of'convenieiice.
CSTThs ONLY recognized Eeal Estate Broker in this Kingdonv"a
Land and property for sale in all parts of Honolulu and the various Islands,
lloiirc-i to h-ae and rent in Honolulu and suburbs.
Uoonis to rent, en suite or single, throughout Honolulu.
Books and Ace units kept. Bills collected. Legal papers of every description
drawn. Agent for Vickory's Monthly Fireside Magazine and Visitor, with
18 Ohromos ; subscription 1.25 per year. Aijent for the Best Life
Insurance Company in the World.
Surcharges always moderate. 5-Telcnhone No. 172.
Manufactured with all the latest improvements.
liluolcwmltliliipr fc "NVootlAvorlc done or every IdeBorlption,
Having the nkeT.stEciiANics I' aincnabled to do work
Cheaper and better than tiny other firm in this city.
New work and Repairing done witL complete satisfaction, or no charge made
FORMERLY Wl I II M. PHILLIPS & CO.
BEGS lenvi' lo amnnunce to his m ny patrons and the public in general, that on
his return from the East jrn Sti.tu, ho will 0,1011 the two-story brick buildinc
.i.uate corner of Nuuiinu apd Queen streets, with, an inimeiiso b'tock'iofi '
Dry and Fancy Goods,
Gent's Furnishing: Goods,
Hats and. Caps,
, Boots and Shoes.
I BQl-A FULL LINE OF NOTIONS "1H
Look out for the Opening Bayi
WILLIAM J. BR.YSON.
And Sheet Iron Worlto . Tanks
and Coolers- made, to order, Particular
attention paid to Repair ror,k. Orders
loft at U. MootVs .Machine Shop, King
street, will bo promptly attended to.
A. G. ELLIS,
STOCK BROKER, will buy or soil
Plantation Stock, Bonds, and
Other Marketable Securities,
Attheir market value for cash;4 "aim
215 Office with E. P. Adams. Auct'r.
MJHfTBl- P '! I'K" II, , IP iti VW'ff,
- IXE30IV WEST
. HAS JUST RECEIVED
Supply of New Goods,
Coal, Iron, Oak, Ash, Spokes, Rims,
Felloes, Hubs, Shafts, &c, of the best quality,
Sold at the lowest prices.
Wagons, &cM &c,
House Furnishing Goods,
' . I.
rpWO FURNISHED ROOMS, with a
JL tu-lvaic family; 10 minutes from
tho Post Olllcc, Garden and comfort
able surroundings. The rooms arc spa.
cious and lofty and well ventilated.
Particulars at the Windsor Saloon,
King street. -178
A I INE LOT OF
Tatting of all Grades
, nO'I II WII fTE AND COLORED
For Salo at
183 A. S. CLEG HORN & CO