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FRIDAY, SEPT. 14, 1883.
THIS DAY'S DOINGS.
Ladies' Prayer Meeting, Fort St.
Church, at 3 o'clock.
Imp. Order of lied Men, at 7 :30.
Morning Star Lodge,. K. of J. 7:30.
Social at Miss JJiocso's, ?:30.
I hereby state that Mr. Glade ol
the firm of Messrs. Ilackfcld & Co.
has read and shown to me a lettci,
written to the San Francisco agent
of the Pacific Mail Steam Shipping
Co, in which it is slated that l' a
sum of five dollars per head must lie
paid to Mr. Ilayselden for evcri
Chinese immigrant landed in Hono
lulu." This .sum to he in excess oi
all charges for landing the immi
grants at this port. t
Honolulu, Sept. 13th, 1883.
Mr. F. II. Ilayselden has forward
ed us a letter requesting a eompleti
retraction of a supposed charui
which appeared in our yesterday's
ibsuc in an Editorial article uniki
the heading of "An Exi'i.anatios
Wc Kepi-at that a
letter was written by Messrs. Ilack
fcld & Co., to the agent in Kan
Francisco of the P. M. S. S. Co.
which was read and shown to Col.
Clans Spreckuls by Mr. Glade, stat
ing that a sum of five dollars per
head must be paid to Mr. Ilayselden
for every Chinaman landed here by
that company. This letter was sent
to the agent of the Pacific Mad
Steam Shipping Co. in San Fran
cisco. Messrs. Ilackfcld & Co. must ex
plain by what authority they used
the name of Mr. Ilayselden in that
letter, as Mr. Hayselden states that
he never had any Conversation on
this subject with any other person
or persons. Our authority for tin
information is Colonel Claus Spreck
els who publishes over his own
signature the facts we have stated.
JJntil wc receive an explanation
from Messrs. Ilackfeld & Co. we
deline to retract anything that we
Our questions still remain unan
A daily contemporary in its com
mercial article in a recent issue says
" Leading business men arc not
afraid to expend large sums of mo
ney in investments, which it is gene
rally considered will result in a profit
or a. loss, according to the wisdom
and firmness or the vacihition of the
Government in the management of
internal affairs. The fact that such
investments have been, and are con
stantly being made by men of great
experience and foresight, shows con
clusively that there is at bottom a
firm confidence in the integrity and
strength of the present administra
tion and executive powers of the
Kingdom." This statement is at
variance with the truth. The "firm
ncsB or vacilation of the Govern men i
in the management of internal af
fairs" lias nothing whatever to do
with the investments of business men
and ''the fact that investments are
'lieins made" docs not show that
there is "a firm confidence in the in
tegrity and strength of the present
administration and executive powers
of the Kingdom."
Our business men have settled in
this Kingdom and have determined
to invest their money to good advan
tage in spite of the mal-administra-tion
of the present Government.
Their homes, their families and their
interests arc centered hero, and here
they will make investments where
good securities, not in Government
"bonds, are offered them. There is
plenty of money in the country and
there are plenty of good invest
ments, and, until the ''vacilation of
the Govern tient in the management
of internal affairs" 'becomes too
glaring, and there is every appear
ance of it at the present moment,
they will not interfere. But, should
state matters proceed much further
in the downward course in which
they are visibly and surely proceed
ing, then will the business commu
nity riso as one man and show by
their united action that they have
not the slightest confidence "in the
integrity and strength of the present
administration and executive powers
of the Kingdom."
Let any business man in Hono
lulu bo asked his honest opinion
and he will endorse our remarks.
The true mercantile estimate of the
present administrniion may bo seen
in the last report of the Stock and
JJonil K.s'clmngc, where Government
t i i
tonds arc quoted at 87.J. "We veil
ture to assert that, when an ndmini
ration of integrity and strength sliul
ic in office, Government bonds wih
ulvaiu'c considerably on their pres
ent value. Such misleading state
uents us we have referred to an
alculaled to do more injury thai.
j;oo(l when circulated abroad when
the true facts of the case arc loo
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS
llr.Tiii.aiiA w-Uer on draught at Pal
mer & T hueliur's. "05 lm
Bhakcuis of trees ipc being cut of
m Bcretanin and Hotel Street.
Lyons & Lr.vnv hold their
cash sale at tlielr jooins to-ilav.
Tin: wnlW of the new library inn '
ending loom arc growing upwaids.
S M. Cn ler & On. me prepared t
'uintsh building stone ami ballast.
)ump carls uio always on ban.
Mil. C Arnold ba-s erected a tombstoni
u'l'i- the jrui vi! of K. Tciinc-nt who wm
eccntlv killed in Ililo.
A very able article explaining away
be difficulties of the IMlym-sinn quc.
'on and showing how it can tie arnica
')ly settled will appear in tomonowV
'upplcmcnl. It is well woi thy of peril
A meet Ins or Ihe Mechanics of Hono
1 tin and their friends will lie held at, llic
Hawaiian Hotel to-nionow evening nl
half past even.
Drnixn 11 e evening's enterlnintnen'
it ihe jMumi; Hall lonionow a nlog
lance w ill be given by l o New Yorkers
'mown as " Tlie New York Boot
Rev. Cruzan having returned from
I vaealion on Monday wih welcomed
tack al Foil St. on Wednesday evening.
Vfter the u'-ual Interesting meeting, a
jondly numlter being present, the Pas
or shook hands amr.changed pleasant
greeting all around.
TrtE remaining cases of the German
laborers from Kauai were heard yestcr
lay and all decided against them.
Hirec men have agreed to toturn to the
plantation to wo-k-but the rct go to jail
until they can change their minds.
The hotel affray was heard yesterday
it the Police Court. Four witnesses
were examined but no defense was
offered, the defendant being lined 15
and costs. An appeal was noted a- d
defendant was released on a $200 bond.
The line was subsequently paid and the
Auction Sales by Lyons & Levey.
Regular Cash Sale
This Day, Friday,
10 a.m , at Sales loom, will
sold at At Auction
Clothing, Dry Goods, Furni
And a line of Fresh Groce.ies.
Just LindeJ, Sacks of Potatoes,
lvo Native Grey Saddle Horses, Gentle
aiid Kind, can bo ridden without Spur
r Wnip. Warranto 1 Sound, and sold on
accou:it of departure of owner.
One Express Nearly New.
Two Saddles and Bridles,
For account of whom it may concern
100 Bnchs Bananas.
Lvonj 6i Levky, Aucl'rs.
Attention mechanics !
THE MECHANICS of Honolulu are
respectfully requested to meet at
the Hawaiian Hotel to-morrow evening,
at 7:S0 o'clock, for the purpose of form
ing an amalgamated Trades Union. All
who sympathize with laboring men are
cordially invited to be present.
Honolulu, Sept. 14, 1883 500
S, M. CARTER & CO.
Having Hought the
LEGAL TENDER QUARRY
Afo prepared to
Ballast for Ships
Beach and Black Sand,
Always on hand to fill orders iit-shor
notice and at Reasonablio Rates,
Itcmember the Number!
82 Ki iiR- Street.
C2T Telephones 187. "a
Matinco ! Matinco ! !
n. t n rd si y A 11 e i i o o n,
FOll FAMILIES AND CHILDREN
'aiionia of tk World!!
Doors open at 2:30 P. M.
Commence nt 11 l M.
rickets f,0 cts, Children under 12, 25 ct
Tickets can be had nt Robertson &
Jo.'s, and at T. G. Tin urn's store .
Doors open at 7 :80
"03 at Get seals caily
THE ELITE PARLORS.
Ice Cream and Candies
Received by the S. S. "Mariposa'
New French Candies, Cream",
Chocolates, mid Jenny Linds;
Japanese Bonanza Walnuts,'
Ladies shopping can obtain the finest
llavorel Ice Creams every day, fom
11 o'clock. r,00 tw
Iturk Isle oi
CONSIGNEES bv the above vessel
nve hereby requested to c-ill at the
oihee of tbeunilcrsigne'l for freight and
receive orders for their sroods. The vc---cl
will cominenre discharging this
TUESDAY MORNING, at 10 o'clock
a.m. All goods lcit on the wharf after
4:30r. St., will be at the risk of owners.
O. W. M.VCPAllLANE & Co.
NEITHER the Captain nor the tin
dcrsign'ed will be responsible for
any debts contracted by the crew of the
above unfiled vessel without their writ
ten orders. G. W. Macfauiane & Co.
Consignees of bark Anglc-ca. 503
w. r. McAllister, in nn am.
cle'in the Bumxtin- "Claims to
be the only Dcnti t in Honolulu who is
able to Mill ' with colored gold which is
hardly distinguishable from the tooth."
Dr. McAllister's claim is fal-e; the
same tvle of work can be done at the
office of Dr. J. M. Whitney. J. W. CRAIG
505 Ut Dentist.
ISELL CHEAP or echan-re
for a hiu ik, an ope i hujgv, good
as new. Appiv .U rort street, or
505 tf WINDSOR RESTAURANT.
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Office, on Merchant street, (nest door
to Dr. Siangan waUD 41)5 ly
A MIDDLE-AGED woman as nurse to
two children. She must speak
English. Apply to Mrs. Hayley. Fort
street. 502 tf
Mortgagee's Notice of Sale.
BY ORDER of A. J. C'artwright, the
mortgagee named in a certain in
dcntuie ot mortgage, dated Feb. '2hu
1"8I, ma'o by E. B, Mikalemi to said A.
J. Cartwright, wc aie diie ted to sell nt
Public Auction, on
Saturday, September 22nd
at 12 noon, at our Sales Room, in Hono
lulu, all tho-c certain piece or panels
of laud situate at Knukahoku, Kapu'
lama, I&land of Onhn. and moie particu.
larly described as follows:
(1) Apana G, 2 loi nine Kula. E boo
innka ma lia pohnku 1 u o holo k 4
Knm 447 pauk ame-Ak 29 Kom 40
pnnkn pili me Keonculn, alalia Hem
(i0 Kom 478 pauku pili me John
Needles alailu Hem 85 Illk 218 pauku
amcHem4:i3 Kom 285 pauku pili mo
Geogi llomu nlaila Hem 48 45 in Hik
311 pauku pili me Wm, Ilebela nlnilu
Ak 41 45m Hik pili me Hura Moelno
ahiliilki hoomuka ana. ile 2 515-100
Eka, and I eiiig the same piemhc do
scribed in Royal Patent No. 8161 Ku
lo.ina Hclii 70H1,
(2) Ekolu loi mc linliunliilo E hooma
ka ana ma kc kihi a c holo ana Ak 47
Hik 535 pauku c pill ana iko Kckuama
on Hem 08 lllk 200 pauku c pi'i ana
ikoKekuano Ak00 Illk 124 pauku o
pili ana iko William Siimnor Ak 87 Lorn
45 pauku o pili ana iko Wm. Sumner
Ale 85 Kom 115 pauku o pill nua iko
Win. Sumner Ak 72 Kom 805 pauku e
pill ana Iko Win. Siimnor Rom 55
Kom ldO pailku, o pili una iko Paolo'
Hem 3 Illk 100 pauku a pili ana iko
Puc'c Hem 00 Kom 150 pauku e pili
nna iko P o'c, Jlcm Knu 209 pauku
e pili nna iko Keluonul, Hem 55 Illk
2 J pauku e rll'aiia iko Keluonul ohiki
jko klhi niua 100 12. Eka, and being the
same nroniho do-oiilio'l in Royal Pa.
tent No 2,818 Kulomii Holu 7,IO:t,
For furthor particulars apply to Cojil
Brown, Attorney lor juoriguggu, or -o
LyonbiS Lkvjjy, Auet'
WM. B. MOALLI8TBR,
Permanently located in Honolulu,
fice. corner Hotel ami Fort streets.
Particular Attention Paid to
Restoration and Fillings of Col'd Gold.
Relying on good workat reasonable
uhariree. to 'gain tho confidence of the
h public. 8m 60i
DILLINGHAM & CO.'S
JUT ISKCEIVEB, INVOICES OF
HARKNESS FIRE EXTINGUISHERS !
G i iranieed to put out twice as large a flic in half the time of any other machine.
It does not get put of order, and Is always ready for uc.
Every residence, Sugar Mill and Sloic should linvc one
Magneso-Calcite Firo Proof Safes & Boxes
With largei percentage of InMdu space than any other safe Wi: aiie Sole
Aor.Nis Foil the Anovi:.
NEW. DESIGNS IN SILVER PLATED WARE.
Who Cloth, Wire Netting, Rice Cloth, Bird Cages
Barb Fencing: Wire, Pumps, Windwills, Tanks,
Kcrosene.and Libricating Oils a specialty. A good stock on hand and to arrive.
Call and examine our New Goods.
DILLINGHAM & CO.
Ettagnxi-ttnsrraj.crafc ujcAta.'axa.tt jctzxbit
JUST RECEIVED, ex "Aliiriposn,"
(SELKCTEO J1Y OUll Mil. STOCKWIV) .It
A. W. RICHARDSOH & Go's.,
No. OS JTort Sired.
FOE THE PEOPLE.
JOSEPH E. WBSESVSAS,
Xioal Estate JBx-olver,
Custom IIouMc Broker,
ISiuployiuciit -ilLjyont, uuel
General Busiuesw -fg-ont,
Oniee, 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 will llnd this do.
partment a great souice of convenience.
ES'-Tlie OHXY recognized Real Estate Broker in this Kingdom.-
Land and property for sale in all parts of Honolulu and the various Islands.
Houses to leiiae and rent in II molulu aud suburbs.
Rooms to rent, en suite or single, throughout Honolulu.
liooks and Accounts' kept. Bills collected. Legal papers of every description
drawn. Agent for Vickery's Monthly Fireside Magazine and Visitor, with
18 Chromos; subscription 1.23 per year. Agent for the Best Life
Insurance Company iii the World.
US' Uliarges always moderate.
Phaetons, Buggies, Wagons, &c.f &c,
Manufactured with all the latest improvements.
BlaolcamltniiiB fc Woodwork done of every .description .
Having the BE6T mechanics I am enabled to do work
Cheaper and better than any other firm in this city
New work and Repairing done witL complete satisfaction, or no charge made
FORMERLY Wl III M. PHILLIPS & CO.
BEGS leavp to amnounca to hU m ny Pitroiis and tho public "in 'general, that on
his return from tuoE.ibtjrn Stite-t, bo will o.ion the two-storv brick buililin'ir
.Uunto corner of Nuuanu and Queen street-, with an immense stock '
Dry and Fancy Goods, House Furnishing Goods,
Gent's Furnishing Goods,
Hats and Cans,
Boots and Shoes.
B&.A FULL LINE OF NOTIONS "a
Look out for the Opening; Day.
Imfi03 . .
WILLIAM J. BRYSON.
And Sheet Iron Workc , 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, and
Other Marketable Securities,
Attheir market value for cash,
215 Olllco with E. P. Adams, Auct'r.
Telephone No. 172.
1 1. UWmiU.-JWHHlMI-l.aj 'Si.Mll. 'il'TBJ"ajCT.H-JMJf
HAS JUST RECEIVED
A Supply of New Goods,
Coal, Iron, Oak, Ash, Spokes, Rims,
Felloes, Hubs, Shafts, &c , of the best quality,
Sold at the lowest prices.
rpVO FURNISHED ROOMS, with a
JL privaio family; 10 minutes from
the Post Olllco, Garden and comfort
able suiroundings. Tho rooms are spa.
clous and lofty and well ventilated.
Particulars at tho Windsor Saloon,
King street. 478
A I INE LOT OF
Hatting of all Grades
BO i II WHITE AND COLORED J
For Sale nt
I -183 A. S. OLEGIIOKN & CO