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DAILY Btn-.I.JfcVrnS : llUiVOLULU, Jl. J., JlL? 28, ieixv,
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Auction Sales by James F, Hcftan,
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In conformity with llio Act en
titled "An Act i elating to tho Sup
pression of Plant I)iscacs, Might
and Insect l'csts," approved July
10, A. D. 1800, the following gentle
men hae been appointed Commis
sioners of Agriculture
Hawaii, Hilo C. E. I,iohnrdon,
D. H. Hitchcock, Nathan C. Will
Kavvaihac Paul .latrelt, William
Hoakanui, Fianl: Spencer.
Kealakekua II. N. Giconvvell, A.
A. Todd, Moses Bariott.
Mahukona .Tno. S. Smithies, Emil
do Hearties, C. L. Wight.
Maui, Ltihaiuu C. F. Horner, Da
vid Taylor, Kin Nsihiiolelua.
Kahulut L. M. Volleen, J. T.
Aluli, A. Barnes.
Ouhu, Honolulu A. .luegci, C. P.
laukea, 12. W. Jordan.
Kauai, Koloa Jared K. Smith, E.
Strcbz, J. K. lhukell.
C. N. SPENCF.R,
Minister of the Interior.
Interior Olliec, July 21, 1S90.
O unpowdor llegulatious.
Previous to Ian Viiig any Gun
po.vdcr from any vcu :), tiolico thall
bo tent to the keeper of the Maga
zine thai lie may bo pictcut to ie
ceive iho fame.
tf. John II. Drown has been ap
pointed the Keeper nf tho I'ovein
menl Vovuloi Mngi'mc1, Honolulu.
U. N. hii:N0i:,
Mini-tor of Intuiiui.
Interior Ofllcc, July 25, 1500.
'lt.i;e.l to nnt&er Sect not f'.irty,
l!t established for tie benefit of nit.
a it rr-? i
A.'! A CCTION.
TQ-3I01HJOW. July UOHj,
at vs o'n.tn .:.
At ihe Ihiwiiilttn Hntol HUMi", I will
soil ai Public Auction,
1 KllMt!Jll JT3ll.U!
TKtt lt (Malt.
J.V.S P. MOItGAS,
010 U Aactloucoi.
taction Sales by toes F. Horgin.
Liuul lord's Sal of
Goods & Chattels
DMrahied for the Nun pajineiit of
MONDAY, JULY 28, 1830.
By Mrtuc of the anthoiity vested
in me as Minister of tho Inteiior,
under Section 351 of tho Civil Code
of this Kingdom, I hereby pioclnim
the following liegul.itions, for the
Storing, Keeping, and Transporta
tion of Gunpowder in this Kingdom;
Mid no person shall store, keep, or
tianspoit any Gunpowdci in any
other quantity, oi manner than is
prescribed in such Regulations.
1. No person shall receive, keep,
or store, or cause to bo lcccivcd,
kept, or stored, oi aid or assist any
person in leeching, keeping, or stor
ing Gunpowder in larger quantities
than fifty pound?, in any hiick or
stono iiie-pioof building, or more
than ten pounds in any wooden
s. building, or upon any other picmi-cs
in this Kingdom, except in the Gov
ernment Ponder Magazine.
2. Any person keeping, stoiing,
or having fifty poundb of Gunpowder
or less than that quantity in neooid-
ance with Rule 1 in any one place
except in the Government Powder
Magazine, shall keep tho same in an
air tight metallic vessel, which ves
' bel shall bo marked with tho word
"Gunpowder" in plain Roman let
ters, not less than three inches in
height, and of proportionate width,
and shall be kept at all times con
spicuously in view near the entrance
of the premi&es where kept, and con
3. Any vessel ai riving at any port
of this Kingdom and having Gun
powder on board as ft eight or cargo,
hhall immediately hoist a red flag at
the foremast head, and keep the
same flying until the Gunpowder
phall have been landed or removed;
and no vessel having Gunpowder on
board will be permitted to lcmain at
the wlian", more than tvvelvo houis,
and if the vessel shall bo at tho wliai f
over night, a policeman or watch
man shall bo kept on duty on boaul
all night. All Gunpowder deposited
on the whaif foi shipment, shall bo
immediately passed em board the
vessel, to receive the same.
All Gunpowdei landed or placed
on any sidewalk, stieet, or public
way foi shipmentor forwarding, shall
be shipped or forwarded immediately
aftei it shall have been so landed or
1. No poison shall convey or
cause to bo conveyed, or assist in
convoying in any vehicle any Gun
powder, unless the samo shall be se
curely packed, in close packages, noi
unless such packages shall bo eecure
ly covered while on the vehicle.
5. Tho Chief L'tiginecj of tho The
Department, tho Assistant Engineers,
Secretary of tho Firo Depaitment,
and Eire Marshal of Honolulu, and
tho Haibormnster of tho l'oit of Ho
nolulu, and the Shcrills of tho differ
ent Islands and their Deputies arc
directed to see that thoto Regula
tions nro enforced, and to mako com
plaints to any Police or Distiict Jus
tice, for tho violation of tho provi
6. Storago will be exacted for all
Gunpowder received in tho Govern
mont Magazine, at tho rate of twenty
oonts per month for oveiy hundred
pounds, tho Famo to bo paid quar
terly to tho keeper of tho Magazine.
7. All expenses of transportation
to and from tho Powder Magazine,
, ind,paymcnt of services of l'olico
nen or Watchmen as provided in
Rule 3 shall bo defrayed by tho own
ers or consignees of such Powder,
8. Tho Powder Magazine will bo
opon for delivery on all days except
Sundays and holidays, belweon the
hours of 2 and 3 r. u., provided duo
notico is given to tho keeper.
THE DIPSOMANIAC BILL.
The?. C. A. of this date nays
tint "the National Reform Paity is
strongly leavened with persons who
can sacrifice a principle to conidoi
ations of expediency without a visible
qualm." The writer of said article
had better tell me that he can lead a
horse to water, and make it drink
also. I as one of the National Re
form Party would hold up both
hands for" the law (but not as pre
sented), if there was a proper place
in which to confine or restrain the
dipsomaniac; but for me to vote
that any fiicnd, or mayhap a near
ielativc," be placed in an asylum
wheio he would be brought in con
tact with insane people every day or
hour while so confined, is more than
any reasonable man coulel except.
Cranks aic veiy apt to "My olf the
handle," and this is what has been
done by the P. C. A. of this date.
July 23, 1800. Evjah.
On VVRDNBHDAY.Julj (,
XT lO U'CLOl'lt A. M..
At the ieldciiro of Mr.. M. L. Living
stone, King stieet (adjolulm Ihe lem
detiee of Mr. J. 15. -Atherton), 1 will
sell at Public Auction the
I am tiNtitirted by Pi tor rcrnamU.
to sell at Pu' lie Auction
On THURSDAY, Aug. 7lli,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. 31.,
Ofsnulday. at my Salesroom, Qupcu
Mreet, Honolulu, the follow itif- de-e-ilbeu
Goods & Clmttdt of Ah Lnl, n
late tenant of Said Peter Fernandez, nt
Knnnhimn, dUti allied for an can of lent
ami ii.nlni been lu-ld tho statutory
length of time by the nM Peter Fer
niii'lez, viz: 1 CooMnjr Stove. 2 Show
Cases, 1 Table 1 Coffee Machine and
oilier WniO", Good and Chattels and
llffecta of uhl Ah I.al inkon from hU
store on King street, at '.aid Knpahuria.
Honolulu, . i uiy n, iko.
138 3 s sli.d
ISSUED BY THE
03J1 IV 302 W -"StrOKB:
HAWAHS VS. STARS.
B. w. 1. 1, cento Tiis,
(Vnter A SofnRugt.
Decorated Hanging Lamp-:,
Lice Ciulahx l- Poles,
Plusli Rockers, Bouquet Tables,
Wicker R:iy Clnin A. Uoekeis,
I icluies, L'ancj 3-day Clock,
B. W. MarbMop Bedroom Set.
Spilng Mati.ie', Mosquito Xet,
Fiholler( d Bed Lounge,
1 Pansy Range and Utensils,
: : . : : Over $136,000,000
XRdflARD A. acCURRY. PrcHitlcnt.
5T For full particulars apply to
General Agent for the Hawaiian Islands.
J AS. F. MORGAN,
01'.! 13t Auctlont-jr.
Executor & Trnstoa'o Sale of
Leases. Cattle, Hoists,
1 Uefiigmatnr. 1 lxtonslon Table.
Cioel.eiv As Glawaie,
Dtc, ' :tc, Ktu , Dte.
J AS- Y. MOKGAN,
01 1 It Auctlonei'i.
Occidental k Oriental S, S. Go,
?4 O U A IS U SrJlR. jzyj?
ATvVAY ON HAND AND TO OP.DKR
'the Stai-H Caw In Atlcx- a Ii'Siev
Last Saturday afteinoon witness
ed the third defeat of the 1889
champions at the bauds of the Ila
waiis. The Ilawaiis entered on the
first innings and by brilliant batting
scored three l tins. Stars none.
Seconel innings was a repetition of
the first, Ilawaiis again scoring to
their opponents' goose egg. Rut in
the thud innings the order of things
was reversed, the Stars scoring
three runs, while the Ilawaiis only
made one. Fourth innings Stars
tied their opponents and made an
extra three, score standing at the
ending of the innings, Stars 'J, Ila
From then on the Ilawaiis brought
their batting clllciency into play,
and batted Chandler, twirler of the
Stars, "all over the field."
In the seventh innings Lualnwa,
."id baseman for the Ilawaiis, and
one of the most powerful batters in
the league, swiped the sphejc with
his willow and sent it twirling over
the left fielder's head and under the
fence, made a circuit of the bases
and touched the home plate befoie
the ball enteied the diamond, dis
tinguishing himself by making the
best hit of the season. Meek and
Dan, battery for the Ilawaiis, play
ed a good game, as also did "little
Tommy" at 1st base. In fact, the
whole team batted and fielded with
their usual skill. The Stars played
a fairly good game, but were out
classed by superior fielding and
batting. Chandler, pitcher for
them, was not backed up by the
usual team support, so did not dis
There was not a very large nt
teandancc, but those present were
quite as enthusiast and appre
ciative as a larger company might
have been. G. II. Tweedie and R.
Paiker were umpires, at bases and
homo plate respectively, performing
their duty in a very satisfactory
manner. The oflictal scene will ap
For YokGlianu & Hongkong.
- I ho Voi y Fine AI S. S.
Will be due at Honolulu from San Fr.m
cNeo on or about
September i i, 3 830,
And will leave for Ihe above polls on or
about tint date.
C3eT" For Freight or li:ig., apply to
H. HACKFELD & CO.,
GIG St j-gents.
For S. F. & San Diego via Hilo
TSie :Nev AI bliur
Will leave Honolulu for Fan Fiauciaco
anil San Diego,
On Tuesday, JwJy 23th.
j&gy'FurFi eight and Pai-iigo. apply to
Oltk-e: Foit St . over A. D. f-niiih'8.
Just the ThiDg Fop BrpakCist
HOW THEY STAIiD.
Following is tho standing of the d
clubs in tho Hawaii Uascb.ill League
up to July 20th :
n.AYKI). LOST. WON.
Cooked Rolled Oats!
J',V dltoetlon of UFCIL J5P.OW X, i:x
fcutor ATiustee of tho Last Will ami
Testament of Philip Milton, drew-ed,
1 am dhected to sell at Public Auction,
On SATURDAY, August 2nd,
AT Hi O'CMVCIC A. 31.,
At the Farm House in Palolo Valley,
Honolulu. O.ilm, all tho following
dc-cilbed Piopeity, sultabl'i
for Ranch piuposes:
lsi All that land containing au mi
of 4".0M aeies and -itinte in Klnahulu
and lvai ilnc-tkl, DUti let of Kona, Oaliu.
and being the same piembes eonvcjeil
to the snlil Philip Milton by tln-Tiu-tecs
of thoRstale of W. C. l.iinnlllo.
2nd All that land cont lining an area
of nlnoaciPS situate in Palolo Valley,
and being the same piemise- eonvcjiil
to tho said Philip Milton by Urolila
Slicnnau. This prnpeity has a laige
leseivoir upon it, vvhlcli supplies the
lower hinds with water for r.ee cultiva
tion, the ioh'i voir Is ISO fathoms qiiaie
and hn a depth of 1 1 feet, ami cost In
the. neighborhood of $10,000.
yid All that land containing an area
of ltO aciob and situate at Klp.ihulu,
Oahu. 1 lit two linger tracts la liipa
hulu and Wnialac-ikl mc fenced with
good stono walls and who f nclag di
vides them from piojieity now in pnj-ses'-ion
of D. P. Isenberg and used for
Also at the f-ame time and pl.ire the
Leae from the Hawaiian Govern
ment, of 11 Vx acres of laniN. known a
Kipiilii, jeaily lental &2J0, oxplsc
June2l, "ia!)2. A poition of thU laud
(I! aoio-) Miblel to a Chiuannm for lice,
for $00 .i ye r.
Lease liom Connnissionor of Ciovvn
L-iiuN. of land"- known as Waioniau and
L'nkolo. aid 010 acre", ve.uly lenlid
S5b". b'si-e exphos Jan. 1, 100J.
Lease from 1). W Pauabi, of 111
acres of hind of Kckio, jeiuly lental
80. A poition of this land uiidci
cultivation of ilee by Chlnee who have
pnj i d ?1000 a year, tho icseivoir -,up-plving
uiObt ot the water, lease exphos
In July. VJOt.
Lease from II. K. H. LiliuokiiUiu
of laud known as rC.itutw oloa, 244 acies.
jeaily lental fcdO, louse ophes In May,
Lease fiom D. W. Paualil, of land of
Ke!.lo. about f00 acres, yeaily lentnl
SiiGO, lease exphos Oct., lhfl.
Lento f i om Hawaiian Govcmment, of
land ot Wnahlln, ISO aoie, ye.u Jy lent
al 200. lcn-o exphos in Aug., ISOfi.
Lease fiom Tinstee-. of Iti.-hnp Folate
of W.ialiila, 300 acies, yeaily loutal
200, lease exphes August, 18'J!
Lea-e fiom 5. Kawai nhd Kekaiil of 2
pieces of land in WniJin.ui and ICeklo
t'.3( acies, yeaily inulitl jit, Iraso l
nhc hi Misrust. 180'.).
Tho lands of Wnalilla tU aeies are
now In lnging a rental under an agree
ment with l'oi tuguese, of 4f!00 a j ear.
Theie me about 8 aoiesof laio almot
ripe vWiich will be sold with tho land
upon which it isgiowlug
'J ho income fiom Oiange, Limes,
Coffee, Etc., and Pastiuage have
amounted to about S 100 a jenr.
The propci ty above set foi th has a
laboicr's house, slaughter house and
other lanch buildings upon them, mid 2
Also at the same time and place about
400 Head of Cattle,
Fresh Cakes, Piss, Buns, Rolls,
JurnbSes, Coffee Cakes, Crackers, Ktc, ic
JB3" And will be DELlVi:ilF.D FIcEE of CHAIIGE to any part of the city, jjgj
KIJL1-, oi FAIlEi '" 4-
Coireo, Tea, Chocoluto & Milk,
Steaks, Chops, Fish, Ham
Oyttcr Stews, Soused Pig'-1 Ffit, Etc.
-3T. jy. -l t .-D-. . -a -
-str ii JiMJit-'i A.-uj5ii. .a.JLia a. nil. . Jt. . nat.
r-Tiv"-,?-"- .r-'-TTiTirrTir" """'"''', irM.1 armuiSJeim! i it
mrrwffrrniTirrT?- ""-n?trihi-iriiasagp.TaiSefiigg 1 1 I liUMsya..-nawlMJmt!j; ' " luatajggmaasyjg J,7g3gaar-MgJhJia'JCCSgai
JO. r. 33
TAHITI s LEMONADE,
-Essfias nnpaai i fss subs nB
4hW It Im. Itf M M M F fVM W P-a fV fjU R n Ut TM U Ull' V. D5 E H IBM
Syya a iESailruSwi a d b a jLuSaBa a CI &J fi$ ina a
Sole Proprietors of BAILEY'S SAESAFAEILIA & IR023" WATIK,
nir.rrnr, J.ln Km Jiln Hnnnnilinn DnfinhnniJiTnrtn fli
umpi iiis, riuy aid, moiiauiuo, naopGii vaug,
xsr All cirtitnmiiiualiotiH and ortlers sliouul le utUlrcssvd to
3ENSON, SMITH & CO.,
Panahou Preparatory Shos!,
Honolulu, M. i.
The drama M'liss, by Bret Ilarte,
was well presented at the Opera
House on Saturday night, by the
Tivoli Gaiety Company. There was
an old time Californiun tone about
the entire play, which was in four
acts, (1) tho Sierra Nevada Hotel,
(2) Hummer Bower's Pocket, (8) n
California Court Scene in '49, (4)
M'liss in New York five years after.
Miss Dorothy Bnrr, in lie role of
M'liss, was decidedly entertaining
whilo Mr. Harry Hell, ns Bob Ster
ling, acted with his usual ability.
Mr. P. J. Wallace personating Bum
mer Bowers, made a first class old
toper. Tho schoolmaster, Mam.
Slayson, was cxbibite'd with credit
able dignity and propriety by Mr.
Harry Kates. Mr. D'Orsey Ogdcn,
as l'edro Velos, made a superb
villain and assassin. The character
of n presiding justico of the '49
period was finely sustained by Mr.
Belden. Tcmpleton Fuko, by Mr.
Leslie, tho Sheriff, by Mr. Dexter,
Mrs. Tuppcr, by Sliss Cotutney,
were also acted in a creditable real
TXFOJ-JIATION as to tho whtic-
" Tor sale at all loading groee
DIITOIlELIi & VETERSOS,
010 H. F. Agents. 2t
11. II Uahimiwitz.
Finn. PloutUovvely alias Franz
IMPE1UAL GLHMAX CONSULATE.
Honolulu, July 20. 1800. (115 2t
00 Jllloh Cows, tjeven Pair of Working
Oxen, also o Iloises, 0 Mutes mid 2
Coif, Ox Cait, Saddles mid III Idles,
Yokes, etc , etc.. and oilier utensils and
propoity usid upon a well appointed
B"The Piopeity can bo hiPpected nt
any time. For fnulierpaitleiilurs apply
JAS. F. MORGAN,
Or, to Ohcii. Hkown,
Kxnoiitnr.ViTiiiRteo. 5rt 1ni
Thesa Sche-tlj Oprn !cr tlu fhw Ycsr
Sjp!emb-r ft, 1CS0.
CS" Audioes all leiteis of inqiihy or
npplIe.itioiis to the undersigned .Secre
tary of ihe I'.ond of 'liubteis
W. O. S5I1TIX,
Honolulu, July 2.v), Ib'.H). Oir, Jvv
flie Bark "Atois"
Hus iu-t arrived from Europe
Il'ivJng removed oin ?0)X WOHIvS to more commodious quarters at
TVo. t20 FORT JSTM S23ST,
(Near the Custom House)
Wo aie now pnpmd l fiuiii&h at short notice, and of piimc quality, any
(. Hw fullow'iug High Cla-s Aerated Beverages:
Plain, Swtat, hm SlrawMrr or Gmm Seia,
Earsapai-illsi, Sarsaparilla & Iron Wuter, and Crab
Uniug exclusively tho HYATT PUKE WATER SYSTEM.
HOLLISTER & CO.,
FOKTHTKKKT. : : : : i U8i,i.i .,
I l SCHMIDT k SOI.
FROM lliN date uml until fmthor
notice Hciuv liohnoK, Ewj,, will
leeelvo and iccelpt for monies due,
mil.o payments and act for mo In my
capacity as li listen or agent.
Honolulu, July 1S, J6U0. (SI0 2t
llovflo Strnyod !
with white face,
strayed on Tluusdiiy
nli'lit. A ciiilnhlii rn.
?--ii. ward will be mild to
tliopnrlyiPturnluithlm to W, W. IJru
ner, at tho Eagle House, Oil tf
DIt. HAY'S oflleo will bo cloed fiom
July "2nd to August 4, 1800.
AET CLASSES 1
Mil. Allen Hutchinson holds a class
In modelling at his studio, Nmi
anu avenue, every Tuesday and Haiur
duy. For paitlculais apply Bell Tole
)liomii)2l. 007 tin
NOTICE to IIOESE3IEN!
rpho Celehntod Him-
nlnc Stallion "Sho-
nnndoati" will ntiind
this si a on at the
- Woodlnwn Dairy:
terms 630. For fuither particular!
apply at tho Duhy. 685 'iux
KONG WO CHAN,
Restaurant & Boarding House,
tiUo, General Htrchnndlis,
Ewa Plttiittttlou, i llouoluhi, Ewa.
Travelcis by train or Government
toad can secure accommodations and
board. Cliaiges reasonable. (102 liu
SAYLOIPS P.estiuirinr, No. 00 Hotel
stieet, lius been bought outbv the
See C'hoiig Co., ami on account of In
cicasoU busiiiMss, the premises adjoin
tug tho rostauraiit have been tiiken and
tinned into a private dining loom, Tho
See Cliong Co. will conduct a flist
class lestiuirant and expect a good
share of public patioiiage.
Signed: All CHUN,
llembeifl of the Seo Choug Co.
Without a Kivul in Price & Quality !
Onothird the Price of the Koyal !
Evofy Housekeeper Should Use It !
EST A Saving of 33 Per Cent in Cost and Quality the Very Bcpt. &$
SPECIAL RATES TO JOBBERS.
HENRY DAVIS & CO.,
Exclusive Agents for the Hawaiian Islands.
Fresh Butter !
IN HALF-POUND PAVB.
Is the Finest Tabic Butter sold In tlio
City of Hoiiuhihi.
to he had or
Henry Davis & Co.
Powell's Bnggngo Ex prow,
Xray or "Wnixoii.
rurnltiiro moving a speciality. Ba'
gage deliveied with pioiuptnofis uml
care to any part of city, btand. enmrr
of King and Jethel streets. Bell Tele
phono 479, Mutual Telophouo 07,
0, J. McCarthy
Has just received a ficsh lot of
Isia & Ameiican
Glvo ii8 a rail
rpiIE nawallan Construction CotjyjU
J. not he jcfponsibln for nnv Mils
i-ontraeted In their namo without a
wilttpii older Flgnod either by D. P.
Peterson or J. M.Oat
B. F. DILLlNailAM,
Mannger Hawaiian Construction Co.
Honolulu, July 11, 1SV0, C03 ;m
fa 'id'SAmdkUif3ueiMAlk tti&at.