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fhc ailji Igulkiht,
SATURDAY, SEPT. 15, 1883.
THIS DAY'S DOINCS.
Gymnasium Exorcises for Ladies
anil Children from 9 to 11.
Gospel Temperance Meeting nt
Regular Monthly Meeting Mission
Children's Society, 7:J)0.
Bethel Sunday School, at, 9 :lu.
Fort St. Church S. S. at 9 : 15.
St. Andrew's Cathedral S. S. 10.
Bethel, Kev. S. C. Damon, at 11.
St. Andrews' Cathedral, Kev. Mr.
Wallace; morning and evening.
Bible Class at Fort St. Church
Vestry, at 9:15
Fort St. Church, Kev. J. A. Cru
, zan, morning and evening.
Wo have received a letter from
Mr. II. F. Glade, which docs not in
any sinyle particular deny the
statement of Colonel Sprockets that
we published yesterday. He docs
not give the explanation that we
asked for and which the public re
quire. In addition to what we published
yesterday wc may state that another
letter has come to the surface, writ
ten by Messrs. llackfeld & Co ,
saying "that knowing the persons
we have to deal with, this sum ( five
dollars per head ) must be paid on
account of whom it may concern."
WHO DOES IT CONCERN AND
WHAT FOR ?
Arc the certain letters referred to
those which Colonel Spreckcls saw?
Appended is Mr. Glade's letter. The
italics are ours.
Editoh BnLT.T-Tiic: Please publish in
your to-morrow's nnmbortliat the state
ments made to-day in your editorial do
not agree with the contents of certain
letters written by Messrs. II. Hackfeld
& ( o. to the agents of the 1. M. S. S.
(Jo. in San Francisco.
Furthermore, I will state that Mr.
Haysrlden's name did never appear in
the correspondence referred to above.
Honolulu, Sept. 11, 188 i.
H. F. Givnn.
THE FL0WRDEW CASE.
Having read an article published
bv our dailv contemporary, headed
"The Flowerdew Aifair," we asked
that gentleman his views of what
was there stated.
Mr. Flowerdew said that, having,
placed his interests in the hands of
the British Commissioner, he would
rather not now enter into any public
discussion, but that he did not
think there could he any objection to
our making any use wc pleased of a
letter which he' had addressed to Mr.
Gibson on 22nd August and to which
he had received no reply. He felt
justified therefore in considering that
Blr. Gibson admitted the facts to be
as he had stated in his letter, and in
all essential points the same facts
will be found taken as admitted in
the decision of Judge Austin.
In the article referred to it is
stated, presumably by Mr. Gibson,
that Mr. Flowerdew " actually dic
tated " to Mr. Bush his letter of
30th June. This is not true. How
can Mr. Gibson make such a state
ment and at the same time declare
that he knew nothing of that letter
until he accidentally discovered it
much later. The mere fact that the
terms of the application and the
terms of the permission were ar
ranged previously to being formally
applied for and granted was only fol
lowing the usual course of business
transactions and cannot fur a mo
ment sustain any such charge. It
is also stated that Mr. Gibson, when
at the Hawaiian Hotel one evening
" iii'tn:- hoimr nnntnd for some time
on the balcony, was invited to the
room of, Mr. Flowerdew." Mr.
Gibson came direct to Mr. Flower
dew's rooms by appointment and did
not sit on the balcony at till. Mr.
Gibson's memory for things both
great and small seems so peculiarly
defective that it becomes a serious
question how far he can be entrusted
with any serious business.
We publish Mr. Flowerdew's letter
Ilia Excellency W. M. Gibson,
Minister of Foreign Affairs, Pre
mier, Attorney-General ad interim
Etc., etc., etc. Sin: Referring to
a leading article headed " Tratn
wayri " in your paper of to-day's
date. I think I am f.drly entitled to
ask whether you suggested it or had
knowledge of it before publication.
It seems very curious that such a
' misleading article should have been
published when you and the Editor
of your paper were both aware of
' the real facts of the mutter.
The suggestion that the Govern
ment require petition nnd expression
of approval from citizens seems too
puerile for consideration.
You must be well aware that I
went into the enterprise with your
.direct encouragement, That I did
not come to you on the subject, but
that you came to me after having
made an appointment to consider the
The Minister of the Interior was
then absent in Kauai and I had
never spoken to him on the subject.
I gave yon pretty full information
as to Street Railways in other cities,
and read to you a rough draft of
proposed application, il' I was as
sured the Government was favorably
disposed ; and wc discussed the mat
ter for over two hours.
You distinctly stated that the en
terprise had your warm support as
beiim a work of nubile utility and
You promised to bring the matter
favorably before the Minister of the
Interior on his return from Knuni.
There was no mention of any ditll
culty as to granting the necessary
authority and permission: the only
reference was to the Minister of the
Interior, and that the matter was
entirely within his department. I
therefore sent in application and in
due course received the necessary
authority and permission ; and in the
faith of that I have incurred con
siderable expense and given con
tracts. Should you not fully remember
what passed, kindly permit me to
suggest that you asic the two gentle
men who were present during our
interview as to the accuracy of what
I state took place. 1 have the ho
nor, to he Sir, your obedient ser
vant. Wit. Fi.owiiiiDuw.
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS
I3u-it!Cs pmple want to know " HOW
MUCH MONEY there is in I lie Treasury
and HOW MANY DRAFTS have becu
presented null not paid ? '
Mom: new goods at the One Price
The new Bcthesrin water is described
in the supplement.
The baud boys arc enjoying
earned vacation till 1st Oct.
Mit. Atkinson opened school yester
day with over lltty pupils.
Ax account of the Tour
world is in the Supplement.
Pkufoumanck at the Music Hall this
afternoon and this evening.
Tim Quailely report of the Queen's
Hospital is published in our supplement.
. . i
EvmiYitonv should call at J. W.
Robertson & Co's to-day to sec their
Tun Mission Childrcns Society will
hold its regular monthly meeting to
night at the residence of the lion. S. N.
Two drays loaded with taro colli ed
on King street yesterday. Broken shaft
for one of them.
Tun origin and progress of the
Knights Templar organization is in the
Ax interesting account of the late
Pocopson eruption is published in the
A largi: notice was left at this office
on Thursday afternoon advising us to
A meeting, of the Trustees of Oahu
College was held on 'thursday evening
to arrange upon a course of study.
How the Polynesian Hawaiian ques
tion can be settled amicably, is Ex
plained in the supplement.
McIxtyku's new horse is following in
the foot-steps of the old one. It had a
short preliminary bolt on Hotel street
Not much business done at Govern
ment house yesterday. All the clerks
were gathered together discussing the
state of affairs.
Two boys were lighting on the wharf
yesterday morning when one fell Into
tho water. The ducking cooled down
his angry passions. '
Jin TnuzAX will occupy Fort Street
Church pulpit Sunday. Theme of the
A Guumax set lire to some grass at
evening discourse 'Uhnbing," an
after vacation sermon.
Tin: diniculty between England and
Hawaii iti the Flowerdow case was
clearly illustrated at Cunha's yesterday.
Eugluml was a up irently getting the best
of the quarrel. In another place wan
set forth " how the English baby had
got the Hawaiian baby by tho wool."
Tn Honolulu, ou Sept. 11th, the wife
of lt'bort Canon, a daughter.
Iturk IhIo of -Aaiglcsun.
O.NSIGNEES by tho abovo vessel
are hereby requested to call at tho
oilicc of Jho undcrHgnc 1 for freight, nnd
reci'ivc orders for tlieir goods. The ve-i.
sol will commence discharging thU
TUESDAY MORNING, at 10 o'clock
A. Jt. All goods left on tho wharf after
4 :80 r. M., will bo at tho risk of owners.
G. Y. MAOI'AUIiANE & Co.
NEITHER. tho Ciplain nor tho un
doislgii'id will bo responsible for
any debts contracted by tho crow of tho
above named vessel witliftut their writ
en orders. G."W. MacfakijANE & Co.
Consignees of bark Angioma. 501)
S ;i l ii v d st y A. I'd. o r ii o o n,
FOR FAMILIES AND CHILDREN
Panorama of the World!!
Doors opon at 2:30 P. M.
Commence nt .'$ 1 M .
Tickets ,0 ets, Children under 12, 25 cts.
Tickets can be had at Robcitson &
Co.'s, and at T. G. Thrum's store .
Doors open at 7 :30
Get seals early
by every Steamer,
CHOICE LINES OF
WHITE & COLORED SHIRTS,
CAPS, TRUNK, BAGS. VALISES, ETC.
SUITABLE FOR THE
Mechanic, Farmer, Sailor, Clerk,
At price lli.it cannot be outdone !
We do not announce a-iy Clearance
Sale for the good reason that ourd is a
Continuous Clearance Sale, and couse
queu.ly a Continuous Replenishing rtith
JSew and Fresh Goods, which are con.
stantly arriving from tho Lest Eastern
We Defy Any other House
ON THE ISLANDS
To Compete vitli TJs.
Remember the price is plainly marked
on each article, from which there is no
Store Open from 6 a- m. to 8 p.m.
Saturday Evening till 10 v. .v.
One Price Mechanics
Corner of Foit and Merchant streets.
S. IV. Iieilcrcr,
rpHE MECHANICS of Honolulu arc
X respectfully requested to meet at
the Hawaiian Hotel this evening,
at 7::K) o'clock, for the purpose of form
ing an amalgamated Trades Union. All
who sympathize with laboring men arc
cordially invited to be present.
Honolulu, Sept. 14', 1883 500
Mortgagee's Notice of Sale.
BY'ORDERof A. J. C'artwright, the
mortgagee named in a certain in.
('entuio of mortgage, dalel l-'cb. 22nd
1 81, ma o by LI. B. Mlk-ilemi to t-aid A.
J. CartwriglU, we are diic ted to tell at
Public Auctio.1, on
Saturday, September 22iul
at 12"noi)ii, at our Sales Room, in Hono
lulu, nil tho-e certain pic ci or pane's
of hind situate at IGuikulioku, ICupa
lama, Island of Oahu, and nnie purlieu,
huly described ns-follows:
(1) Apana 5, 2 loi amo Kula. E hoo.
mnku ma ha pohaku 1 a e holo k 4
Kom 447 n.iuk nine Ak 29 Kom 40
I'nuku pill mo Keoneula, alalia Hem
(i0 Kom 478 piiukn pill me Jolin
Needles alalia Honi 35 Hlk 218 pauku
amo Hem!0 Kom 2U5 pauku pill mo
Geogi ll..ma ahiilu Item 48 45 m 11 ik
!J11 pauku pili mo Win,. Ilebela alalia
Ak 41 45m Hik pili mo Hum Moeino
u hiki ika hooniaka ana. Ho 2 115.100
Eka, and being tho same piomhoi de.
scribed in Royal Patent No. U101 Ku
IcanaHclulUbl, , ,
(2) EUolu loi me hahuahalo E hoomn.
kiana ma ko klhl a o holo ana Ak 47
Hik G35 pauku c pill ana Iko Kekuiima
oiillcmOtf0 Hlk 200 pauku o plM nna
Iko Kekiiano Ak 00 Hlk 121 pauku e
pili una iko William Sumner Ak 37 Lorn
45 pauku c pill ana iko Win. Sumner
Ak85 Komi 15 pauku o pill ana iko
Win. Sumuor Ak 72 Kom 305 pauliu o
pili am iko Win. Sumuor Horn 55
Kom WO pauku e pill ana Iko Puelo
Hem 8 Hlk 100 pauku o pili aim iko
Paelo Horn 00 Kom ICO pauku e pili
ana iko P. cle, Hem 0 Kom' 200 pauku
o pili ana iko Kcluonui, H.'in 65 Hik
21 piiuku o p!ll ana iko Kcluonui o hiki
iko kilii mu 10 012. Eka, and being tho
BtiuiQ premise j described in Royal Pa.
tent No 2,848 Kulouna JIolu 7, 10 J.
For further particulars apply to Cocll
Brown. Attorney for Mortgagee, or 'o
, . to'OKS & Lbvby, Auci'w.
DILLINGHAM & CO.'S
BULLETBN OF NEW GOODS!
JUST ItECJUIYJUD, INVOICES OF
HARKNESS FiRE EXTINGUISHERS !
Guaranteed to put out twico as large a Iho in half the time of any other machiuc.
It docs not jjet out of order, and is always ready for inc.
Every residence, Sugar Mill nnd Stoic should have one
Magneso-Calcito Fire Proof Safes & Boxes
With largei percentage of im-ido space than any other safe Wc aue Sot,k
AOKNTS I'OU TllE,AlIOVK.
NEW DESIGNS IN SILVER PLATED WARE.
Wire Cloth, Wire Netting, Rice Clolh, Bird Cages,
Barb Fencing- "Wire, Piuniis, Windwills, Tanks,
Keroscncjuid Libricating Oils a specialty.
Call and examine
JUST RECEIVED, ex " Mariposa,"'
(SELECTED BV OUll Jin. STOCKLEY) .it
A. W. RIGHASDSOH & Go's.,
No. OS JTovt Street.
FOR THE PEOPLE.
JOSEPH E. WISEMAN,
Xteal Estate Brokci,
Custom Iloiiwe Broker,
Employment .A.2reiit, and
GS-enoiral Business Agcut,
Ofliec, 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 find this dc.
parlment a great source of convenience.
ESThe 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 aiid rent in Honolulu and suburbs.
Rooms to rent, en suite or single, throughout Honolulu.
Books and Accounts kept. Bills collected. Legal papers of every description
drawn. Agent for Vickery's Monthly Fireside Magazine and Visitor, with
18 Chroinos ; subscription 1.25 per year. Agent for the Best Life
Insurance Company in the "World.
tgjTChargcs always moderate. ETelephonc No. 172.
Phaetons, Buggies, Wagons, &c.f &c,
Manufactured with all the latest improvements. -1
I31aclct5iultliliig 4& Woodwork clone of every Idesorlptloix .
Having the uestmeciianics I am enabled to do work
Cheaper and better than any other firin in this city.
New work and Repairing done witL complete satisfaction, or no charge made
FORMERLY WITH M. PHILLIPS & CO.
BEGS lcav to amnounco to his m ny patrons and the public in general, that on
his return from the Eastern Status, hq will open the two-story brick buildinc
oluiato corner of Nuuanu and Quei'ii streets, with an immense stock
Dry and Taney Goods, House Furnishing Goods,
Gent's Furnishing Goods,
Hats and Caps, ; j
Boots and Shoes.
8, A PULL LINE OP NOTIONS -a
Look out for the Opening Day.
WILLIAM J. HRYSON.
And Sheet Iron Worke . Tanks
and Coolers mude to order. Particular
attention paid to Repair Work. Orders
left at K. Moore's Machine Shop, King
street, will bu promptly attended to.
A. G. ELLIS,
STOCK BROKER, will buy or sell
Plantation Stock, Bonds, and
Other Marketable Securities,
Atthelr market value for'cash.
215 Office with E. P. Adams, Auct'r.
A good stock on hand and to arrive.
onv jtfeiv Goods.
DILLINGHAM & CO.
.,.,..-.,. minim !-; wnr
HAS JUST RECEIVED
A Supply of New Goods,
Coal, Iron, Oak, Ash.SpokcH, Rims,
Felloes, Hubs, Shafts, &c ', of tho best quality,
Sold at the lowest prices.
HPWO' FURNISHED ROOMS, with a
JL private family; 10 minutes from
the Post Olllco. Garden and comfort
able surroundings. The rooms are spa
cious and lofty nnd well ventilated.
Particulars at the Windsor Saloou,
King btreet. 478
A ,I INE LOT OP
Matting of all Grades
BO'lII WHITE AND COLORED
For Sale at
483 . A. S. CLEGUORN & CO