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By order of the Minister of Inte
rior tenders will be received nt the
omco of tho Koad Supervisor, Hono
lulu, till MONDAY, July 23th, lit 12
o'clock noon, for the sho'eini; of Gov
eminent stock, per head, per month,
,, t .. .. 1 TCfll 1
till January 1, 1S91.
II. F. 1IEBUAKD,
llonoluhi, July So, ISI'0. CM 2t
In conformity with the Aet en
titled "An Act relating to tho Sup
pression of Plant Diseases, Blight
and Insect Pests," approved July
1C, A.D.I 800, tho following gentle
men have been appointed Commis
sioners of Agricultuie:
Hawaii, llilo -C, K. Itichiudson,
D. II. Hitchcock, Nathan C. Will
fong. Kawalhac Paul Jarretl, William
Kealakekua II. N. Grecnwell, A. j
A. Todd, Moee3 Barrett.
Malnikona Jno. S. Kmilhics, Emil
tie Hearues, C. L. Wiglit.
Maui, Lihaina C. V, Homer, Da
vid Taylor, Kia Nahaolelua.
Kahului L. M. Yetlesen, J. T.
Aluli, A. Barnes.
Oahu, Honolulu A. Jaeger, C. T.
Iaukca, E. W. Jordan.
Kauai, Kolo.i Jared K. Smith, 13.
jstrehs. J. K. Burkett.
C. N. SPEXCEB,
Minister of the Intciior.
Interior OUlce, July 21, 1S90.
By virtue of the authority vested
in me us Minister of the Interior,
under Section 334 of the Civil Code
of this Kingdom, I hereby pioclaim
the following Regulation?, for the
Storing, K-cping, and Transporta
tion ot Gunpowder in this TCingdom ;
nd no person shall store, keij), oi
transport any Gunpowder in any
other quantity, or nunncr than is
prescribed in such Herniations.
1. No poison shall receive, keep,
or store, or cau&e fo bo received,
kept, or stored, or aid or assist any
purton in reec'n ing, keeping, or ator-
ing Gunpowder in largir quantities
than fifty pounds, in any biiok or
stone fire-proof building, or nioic
than ten pounds in any wooden
building, or uxion any other prcmircs
in this Kingdom, except in the Gov
ernment Powder Magazine.
2. Any peison keeping, storing,
or having fifty pounds of Gunpowder
or lesi than that quantity in accord
ance with Utile 1 in uny one phi re
except iii the Government Powdor
Magazine, ihall keep the same in an
air light metallic vessi'l, which ves
sel shall bo marked with tin; word
"Gunpowdei" in plain Roman let
ters, not lcs than three inches in
height, and of puiportiunato width,
and sh'ill be kept at all times eon-spicuous-ly
in vjow near tho entiance
of the picmiiCj where kept, and con
U. Any ci-fel arriving at any port
of this Kingdom and Imiuj,' Gun
powder on board as freight or cargo,
shall iinmcdi.iMy hoist a red flag at
tho foreiu.trt head, and keep the
taino flying until ihe Gunpowder
shall hae been landed or temoved;
and no vefcul having Gunpowder on
boaid will be permitted lo remain at
the whaif, more than twelve hours,
and if the vessel ball be at tho wharf
over night, n policeman or watch
man shall be kept on duty on hcaid
all night. All Gunpowder deposited
on the whaif fut shipment, t-h, ill be
immediately passed on boa id the
vessel, to receive the saino.
All Gunpowder landed or placed
on any sidewalk, street, or public
way for shipment or forwarding, Mull
be shipped or forwarded immediately
after it shall have been so lauded or
1. No person shall convey or
cause to be conveyed, or affiut in
conveying in any vohiclo any Gun
powder, unlCHn the panic bhall ho to
eurely packed, in pIoju packages, nor
unless such packages shall be secure
ly covered while on tho vehicle.
5, Tho Chief Engineej of the Kite
Department, tho Assistant Eugineor,
Secretary of the Piro Depailment,
and Fire Muishal of Honolulu, and
the llarboi master of the Port of Ho
nolulu, and tho Sheriffs of tho differ
ent Islands and their Deputies an
directed to seo that lliebo Ifegula
tions aie-enforced, and to make com
plaints to any Police or Distiiet Jus
tice, for tho violation of tho provi
6. Storage will be exuded for all
Gunpowder received in the Govern
ment Magazine, at the rate of twenty
cuuts per month for every hundred
pounds, tho eamo to bo paid quar.
terly to tho keeper of tho Magazine,
7. AH prpeosca of transportation
a i . ... . . p h.ii ni ininifi . nil i i Mil mill u ji i in iii " m wr m m h lit. n n n. ua m ikju m w ! m i m ,.
S.- The Powder iUtfazino will bo
open for tli-livuiy 0,1 nil days except
1- , . .1 i..i.i..... 1. ..(?.. iitk
DUiuiiiyn aim noiiunv.-i, uuwtro ." 1
hours 01 a turn a r. :i provmeu -uuu
notice, is given to the keeper.
Previous to landing any Oun
powder from any vevtl, notice- shall
bo s,ent to the keeper of tho Mngti-
sine that ho may bo present to ro
....t.'f. Mm onmn
ceivo the same.
U. John If. Brown has been ap
pointed the Keeper of tho Govern
ment Powder Mag urine, Honolulu.
C. N. SrENCEK,
Min't'er of Inteiior.
interior Olllec, J.r-y 20, 1S0O.
SATURDAY, JULY 20, 18C0.
Col. V. V. Ashfoul in a private
letter from San Francisco states
that the published "interviews"
with him in that c'ly are all bogus,
except that of the Examiner. He
his a very poor opinion of the "en
terprise" that would produce such
glaring frauds as these alleged "in
terviews." m. KIND'S REPLY TO MR. DIL-
Kditou Bulletin t
Kxcusc my request again for
space in your papsr for further dis
cussion of the railway problem.
Mr. Dillingham is mistaken if he
infers that I think 1 am voicing the
the cnuutry in these letters in your
paper. I am sony to find that he
has a majority on his side and that
fteucrally there is not much stock
taken in what I advance; but bc
lit'.iug that, I au light in my esti
mate of these matters, and that the
public are conccn.ed in having tt
view of both sides ol tho question, I
hope generally to be pardoned for
appealing in print.
lam not salisuVrt with Mr. Dil
linghnm'p answer to why railways
Miould be specially assisted by the
state. Ho does not to try mind give
auy reasons at all why they should
be so aided heie, more tltau steam
boats or htnge-coaohefz. The state
ment made that rai'way bonds gua
ranteed by the goveuiuiunl will
mauo n sale investment, lor ma peo
ple no one will elf ny, but I would
ask ib there not a remote possibility
of those bond-i In ing some dny held
by people not in this country, and
that the Hawaiian jfovermaont may
hfvis to pay tin.ni the 5 per cent,
The barren lands referred to in
my last later on the route of the
proposed western extension of the
Oahu Uatlway nio not a Mr. Dil
lingham tlesciibea. They are tinenl
livaUblc being composed of coral
nick and sand. I hope the company
will duly account, lor these wasted,
deducting same iiotn tho thousands
of acres the la.hray will open up.
If the railway h built 1 want it to
pay and hop'e there will be no slip
up Ihiough miacalotilations in these
It is common to speak of this
country as new, i ut it doD3 not
strike mo that w-iy. I lie sugar
plantation of Jud.i & Wilder,oiiluis
island, was abancot cd over L" yeats
ago, not on account of a lack of
transportation facd ties, but because
they fonnil they did not have the
Hoif lo stittain the plant, nti'l for
any thing; we know there may , bo
some proportion of the laud intend
ed to be opened up of the same
My leference to the Kohala, Rail
way," Mr. Dillingham says, proven
nothing, llttt Ibefj to differ from
him, and think tint investors in his
railways here would consider it ot
more imprest than a railway on the
Tho Kohala Hallway has proved a
Joss to the owners of over $200,000,
and in rny opinion was assessed Inst
year above its actual value. The
Kohala Railway b, not a benefit to
the people, nor has been. And
there is no least u lo loot: for auy
better results fiorn the Hilo Road.
The Kohala poplo wanted roads
and wcie told tho country could not
afford it. The countiy subsidized
a railway in their district which
they did uot ask for, becatiso it was
wanted to build tip the business of
a private tlrm.
The Legislature is asked lor
more subsidies and oven this time
for guarantees of interest. Can the
couutry bear the burden? A great
many say it can, nnrt many uouot
it very inttch, and from where nnd
whom is the icquesl for nil this
from tho government? Is it a oitl
ferlng tlistilct that has had some
run of disaster? No, it is from
thtee man that seem inspired with
the Idea that tli jte lailways must be
built at once, and by them, in order
lo savo tho cout.try, antl In districts
tho most piospei'oui in tho kiug
doiu. Tito figures presented by Mr.
Dillingham, t'nwint; the prot
pecls of tliu llilo and llatnukua
llallway, look vi'iy nice, nnd to
some prople ato considered a dead
certainty. The otwno llgttrea weio
ecen by como monlttl mco in
last two years of about 80 per cent
lr annum. Mr. Dillinglunn U
ready to o to the leseuo of llioso
plantations. I oppose the ililo
"Railway on tho grounds of its ternl
iny to seer Hawaii from Honolulu
by running off the tnter-ijland
steamers making it fiunlly more dif
ficult to yet to Honolulu limn San
Eonr.itT R. IIisd.
wummihi iwwimi Tiwr'; ! n-w
Auction Sal03 by James r. Llorgan.
On WEDNESDAY, July 30,
AT t 0'CX.UCK A. 31.,
At tho lesidcnco of Mr?. M. B. Llvlnjr
btono, lilng street (adjoining the nal
thitice of Mr. J. It. Atherton), 1 will
bull at Publle Aitcliou tho
Household -s Furniture
B. W. 1. T. (Me? Tails,
Decorated Hanging Lamps,
Lice Curtains & Poles,
Plash Rockers, Bouquet Tables,
Wicker Kasy Cbalis & Ttoekcrs,
1 Ictttres, Jrauej 8-ikiy Ciouk,
B. W. Harblclop Bedroom Set,
Spring Mat'vases. Mo-qulto Net,
Ui'hoUti'ii d Ceil Lounge,
1 Pansy Ranges and Ufansils,
1 lief i igerator. 1 Hxlunslon Table,
Etc., Lte, Ktc, Lte.
,JAS. IT. IvIOUGAN,
If B I - f 5 fw'
t. rji ft", s i"
Piinalioa Preparatory School,
Honoliii'j, H. I.
Tlissa Sc!ioe!i 0,ifn tcr Ilia fltw Vonr
t Adijress all ltttra of roquliyor
applications lo the 'unleiMguec! Supre
tnry iif tliu Brmrii of TiU'stee?
W. O. S3I3TIJ,
Honolulu. ,1ulv 25. 13!i0. Gift lw
For S. F. & San Diego via Hilo
Tho ?,'ew Al Slinr
Will lcae Honolulu for Snu Viauclsio
and San lico 'Ua Utlo,
On Tuesdrsy, July SStft.
sgKor Ft eight Mid Pap 'go, apply to
LIVlIIGgrOIf & CIATiKE,
0.11ce:-Iirt !t , over A. L. tiiil.h's.
TXrOHMATIOX m to the wherc-
JL. abottts of
11. II Habln. wi'.
l'rauz Plontkowtky alias Franz
IMPL1UAL GEHMAX CONSULATE.
u ouoiuhi,. Tuiy aa.ieoo. oir. 2t
AWAHAN and EtiLlIsrh Pong Hook,
arraiigi-d by Jack Allnu, ot tho
liunilelie Cluo. copies lor i-aie, 20
wilts each, at tho Hawaiian New Uo.'s,
T. U. Thrum's and J. .1. Willhun'o.
J!i:i 3t '
Horse Strayed !
A SOURl'.L TIoifo
j.. with white face.
Bti.iyuil on Thursday
ment. a pitttatiii! iv
! wind will be paid to
the parly leiurnln.' lihn to W. H Lru
ner, at the Lnglo'lloitsc. 01 4 lit
SATLOK'S llehfnttrint, No. 00 Hotel
street, has been bought out by the
Sec (.bong Co., ami on account of lu-ciea-ed
buln'.',s, the pieiuWc u'Jjuhi
Ing tint lesiuuiiiiit have been takui and
1111 lied luto a pilvate (lining room. Tim
See Chong Co. will conduct a flidi
class lTftunnint and eNpect a good
shaii) of iiiibllu pail oiiage.
Signed; All CHUN",
Jleinbcrs of llm s"te (Jhong Co.
ELECTION oi' OFFICERS.
AT the iPKiihir annual incclljig of
tlio raeVile Hanlwaio Co , (LM).
the following olllcci.i weie elc-cled fur
L.J' Dilliughani I'lPfhlent,
Jus. CSpenccr. .
F. L. Whiter Tiensuiier,
tr. I Allen 1 Auuilur,
Ilonolulij, July 24, 189.Q. Bl 1 y
ivr annum. Mr. IMIHnglinm b Dlstraincu for "10 Kon-paymcntui 0Ua2 S dBitka &1SII m IW'WBBJ WfcB " ta awHU "Jl BBW U
.1 VI' 111
" " I
lam ItKtntctrd by Peter Fennurfeg
to sell at Public Auction
On THURSDAY, Aug. Tilt,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. 31.,
Of said dny, at my Salesroom, Queen
Mrcrt, Honolulu, iSc following des
cilbeil Goo(h & Clmttuls of Ah Lai, n
kite tumult if said Peter Fernandez, tit
Kuimluniii, (IKtialttcd fnrarrc.irs of lent
awl htixtns been held tho statutory
length of time by the snld Peter I'er-luiuli-z.
l.t 1 Cooklutr Stovo. 2 Show
Cithcs, 4 TabU'H. 1 Coffee Muuhiue and
other Ware, Goods and Chattels and
Effects of siibl Ah L:.i taken finin his
btoie on King stieot. til said C:ipa!auia.
lienoluhi,. fitly lt,lSflO.
JAS. F. aZOAWAX,
C12 ir.t Auetlouocr.
Exaculor & Trusleo's Salo nf
iuU i n i
Leases, Uh llorse
It., 151 o
By direction of CECIL HP.OWNM
mtor&Tiustco nl tho Last Will and
Testament of Philip iMiltou di'eoaeU,
I am dhectid to bull at Puhlio Auction,
AT 10 OXU.OCU A. 31.,
At the Faun Uouo hi P.tlolo Valley,
Honolulu. Oahu, till the following
tf Csci ibed Propnt ty, suitable
for Jtanch purposes:
Ul All that land cnntululii" aa urea
oMRuJo iicics nnd situate In iilnahulu
11ml Vsr2alae-IKi,DL-liictofIvuiia, Oahu.
nnd being the simii niemUes conveyed
to the said l'hihp Milton by the Trus
tees of thu Estate of W. C. Ltuuililo.
2nd All that land containing an area
otiilueacus situate In Palulo Valley,
and being the same jucmlses eoiiveveil
to the said Philip MPton by Uiso'lda
Sliurtuiiii. This proptity La' a huge
rpM-tvilr upon It, which piippllos this
lower land w ith water fur rice ctil Iva
ilwi. the Kbeivoir 1-: )E0 fnthoni- squarri
and has a ili'pth of 1 1 feet, and cost 111
the neighborhood uf Q10.000.
Hrd All that land coiitalt.lncan aiea
of UO aeris nnd situate at Klpabnlu,
Oahu. 1 1n; two kit ger tracts iu Kipa
httlu and Walal.ic-il.l are fenced with
good stone walls and wire f uelng Ul
vidi's them from piopeily now in pos
session ot D. P. lseulifctg mill used for
1 ancbing put poses
Also ai the same lime aud phioe the
Lce from the Hawaii:!!! Govern
niuul. 01 Jlij" acres of laud, kimwn u
Kipulii, voarlv rental $2M, ixplift
.rune 21, lb'.fJ." a poili'ii of thli laud
(:! acie-i) subiut to a Cninumau for ilce,
for SOU ii yuar.
Lease from Commissioner of Crown
Lands, ot lands known a Waionmo and
Pnkfli. me.i !J1H acies, oaily tental
$r.r. k,i5c expires .Ian. I, 11)01.
Lease irom D. W. I'auabi, of 111
lines of land of KcLio, yearly lontnl
"00. A poition of this land imdur
eullivatloii of ilco by I hiucsu who bvu
piyed iJlOoOii year, the ie-eivoir sup
plvlni; iini-i ol the water, lease cxpltes
lul illy, 100L
Lease from IT. R. II. Lilluokalaui.
of Innrt known as Kaatiweloa, 2li acie-.
vail leiilal yM, lease expnes ill May,
Lease from 1). V. Piuiahl. of land of
Kekio. abuiit .'CO aeic. Vcailv rental
62C0, IcaM; ex plies Oct.. IhlH
Lease finin llawaihui Goenuiient, of
land of Waiihlla, IbO Hiae-", yearly ront
al w2'iu, lease expires in Aug., lSItfl.
Leajy from Trustees of iil-hop IJvtate
of Wuahila, t'03 ncics, ynirly icntal
S200, li-JSe exphes Augu-t", IHU'J
Lea-efrom . Kawai ahd Koknul ol 2
pieces of land In A itLimau and Keklo
S'.J iieics, ye.ir'y rental ?2t, le.io es
piies In ,uigii3t, lftli'.t.
Tuu lar.il' of unaiiiin .i&u siercs are
now biliigiag 11 icntal tinder an ngn e
mcut Willi Piutiigit'o nf SUCO a jcar.
There me aboutS neius of tain iilmi".t
ripe which will he sold with the land
upon which It is giowiug
'the Income fiotn Oranges, Limes,
Coffee, Ktc, and P.-i-timige luvu
amouiitid to about $-100 a year.
Tliu piopertv above set forth has a
l.iborei's house, slaughter house and
other 1 anih buildings upon them, and 2
Also at tho same time and place about
400 Head of Cattle,
00 jflleh Co'vs, even Tali of Working
Osqn, also 5 Hoijc?, il Alaies nnd a
foils, Ox Tart. Saddles and I!i Idles,
Yokes,, etc , etc.. and other utenslh and
property caul upon a well appointed
rB The I'lopeity can be Inspected ut
any time. For fuitlinrpiirtlcitlau apply
JAS. F. AlOIiGAN,
Or, to Ci:cil Tinowx,
Lxecntor ,t, Trinstre. tVC lm
TIt. DAY'S olllce will bo cloicd from
XJ July 22r.d to August 4, 1SU0.
ART (-ft ASSES 1
Mil. Allen Ifutchmson holds a class
In modelling at hi studio, Nuti
anu avenue, evuy Tiicfeday and Satur
day. Kor pin tleulaiB apply ''Ilell Tf le
pliOimMl. C07 lui
NOTICE lo HOUSEMEN J
. rbho Celebrated Run
nindoah" will sthim
-siu. thi, K-asou at the
-3--Cl Wonillnwn Oaliv:
terms 600. For fuither yartlculard
apply ut thu Dah-y. 685 3m
SfiJ For full particulars apply to
ia ii? ea vi
hfk BbaSaia 0
B & I n,-v
JumbieSt OofTeo Cakes, Crackers,
T And will be DELIVERED FKEE of C1IA1JGE to uny
Coffee, Tea, Chc-cclate & Milk, v'1"-'-
Btoaks, Chopn, Fish, Hum i, Eggs,
1 1 Iii T I
i Hfil i i
2a a 6 W I 2 U fc j
Solo Proprietors of BAILEY'S SAESAPAEILLA & IRON WATEB,
Qiipr &lfi, is Ale, Mil. Eiglnrryii', SinaiA Mineral film, Etc.
siir Jill coniisiuulcathnse untl ordors should be addressed to
cajiiiiw Ki 1 ifnwwi.Miw3o.A3CeosojpuaiiHaiagg5gaaaMgaffi
Miner? For Sale !
The following Mirhlner fnuulns:
part of the .iiar .Mill I'biut will bo oM
at public auction ut an rally date uule-s
disposed ot preiuiisly by private sale
P.uties dii-iious u piiicliismgany r
tiiin of till. Macbineiy can guf p-nti-cul
irs anil prices from tho underhiiuil :
1 28148 Sill & Gearing,
Fpare Gi ar Wheel & Pinion;
1 IfijiSPi 1'ngliie, hpare Oeur Wheel &
S McOnle ClaiMer with rittlugs, 4
I Juice Heater, 1-1 ft. long 12 In. dhi-
nii 1 1 r ;
3 14 In. W. L rio'itilng Pans. n.it2x2.7;
I t!;7 Lioubiu Klfecl, couipletu with
Pump tt; Mage;
i 6x20 Galloway Biilor, compUlej
1 C10 Tubular Uol'er. coinp'eto;
1 Sugar t:.n U in. W L, 40.4xj.J;
1 fngar Cooler, 8x."j.C,n20;
1 Sugar Cooler, f, Uxfj tls.'O;
a Sugar Co'iler, 4x5 vJ0; &
1 Tank In. W. I.. 7.tlxi0sJ2;
1 Steam Pump, 4 dbcliaige;
1 Ho. 0 BLAKE FEED PUMP,
2 Blake Pump, 1 dlsehatge;
1 Lathe. 20 ( buck 12 ft. long, bed;
1 Heavy vice,
1 Fairbanks Platform Hciles, 20x2S;
Mill ISuildln, 40xlfi0Bl; and ltollcr
Shed, nil cor. with Con ugateiUron;
Fit e UrtcU, also a large assortment of
2nd Hand OouU, Vulvcit, Piping,
For Star Mill Co , Kohala, Hawaii,
Mi ft Jolwoi, Artist,
Studio, No. U7 Atakoa Strott
Formorly of New York, would Inform
the public that she la prepniud to 111)
all 01 tiers for Pastels, Oil, Water Colors
ttnd India Ink Poiirulu.
p" Samples of woik can be seen at
Studio and Hamilton House Parlors.
K0WG WO CHAN,
Restaurant & Boarding House,
lto, 0ener.il Merchandise, ""
Kwu Plantutlon, s Honolulu, Ewa.
Travelers by train or Government
road can tecum aecoinraodatlonR and
board. Ckorgoa roasouablo. COS lm
tr--jzZZ? -3v. sCw-iit1i3a jawysrC&jsS&&;
OF W YORK
11ICHAU1 A. 31eCWIUr, 1'i-csitlca 1.
KJJ IS V feT-UXS. 'ESIil'J?.
ALWAYS ON HAND AND TO ORDEK
Pies, Buns, Roils,
jfrosii ll:SO . m. to
-if ANUFACT UUEKS
BENSON, SMITH & CO.,
Having removed our SOILV WOKKS to mote commodious quarters at
1X. SO BOKT ssTXi-jrajEac,
(Near tho Cif.rom House)
We aro now projnd !o 'urnlhh at tlmrt notice, nnd of prlrao quality, any
ufilie following High Clu&a Aerated Beverages:
' C3KCER ALE,
tin, Sfin, Ltui, Strawberry of Cr Sella.
Saxsaparilla, Sarsaparilla & Iron Wuter, and Crab
UHing exoluhiu-ly tho HYATT rUIti? WATER BYSTE&'.
Without a Jiival in Price & Quality !
Ono-thiid Uio Prioo of tho Eoyal I
Every Housekeeper Should TJae It !
gj A Siivlng of .13 Per Cent In Coet and Quality tho Very Beet. jg&
i SPECIAL RATES TO JOBBERS.
HENRY DAVIS & CO.,
Gol fini Exclusivo Agents for the Hawaiian Luanda,
Fresh Butter !
IN HALF-POUND PAVO.
Is the Fincat Table Butler sold In tho
City of Honolulu.
TO HE HAD OK
Henry Davis & Co,
" r -Powell's
lroy or "Wjicron.
Furnlttuo movlun: a speciality , llpg
papio delivered jWlli piomptuoBa and
care to any purfof cty. Stand, coiner
of King antl Bethel streets. Dell Tele
phono 479, Mutual Telopuone 67.
J una 7-00
Agent fur the Hawr.iian Islands.
part of the city
Slews, Boused I'lg'f Feet, Elo,
1 p. m.
3 ill U H 1 n bj
0. J, McCarthy a
Una just received a fresh lot of
605 Give us a cnll, 2w
THE Hawaiian Comtriiptloii Co. will
uot tie letponslblrt for any (Ills
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B. F. DILLINGHAM,
Manager Ilnwiillini Constiuvlloa'Co.
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