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Tondors for Purchase of Hawaiian
Nolk'o U liurchy given llial inulor millio
Tllj'of Chapter IS3, Soislon Iiwh of ms,
"Ail Aeltoglvu giealer security to Depo
sitors in tlu Hawaiian l'ostal Savings
ltank," tliu l'ostnmsloi-CU'iiural oll'crs foi
salo f.riO,nX) of CoiHion Uoudsof the Hawai
ian Gos-oriiinent, siieli lioiuN to lie issued
in tho itunoiniiiutioii of One Thousand Dol
lars onuli, redeemable In not less tlmn live
jears nor moio tlmn teiit year, villi
iiilt-rust at K per cent, per annum, paya
ble semi-annually, vilncip.il ami intciest
p.iyablo In U. S. gold foiii, the bonds to
epioss on thoir face that thej are Issued
as security for the Postal Savings lianU
Tenders for tho purchase of the whole or
any part of wild bonds will be reecived at
the tilULiiof the Ueglsttar of Public Ac
counts, Vinanee Department, up to 12
o'olook on THU11SDAY, the 1st day of
Tho Postmaster-General does not bind
himself to aecopt any tender, oi the whole
of anv tender.
Dated August 2-.', 1MI-'.
II. A. WlllCMANN,
JI blister of Finance.
Minister of Kmeigu All'aiis.
C. X. Srr.Nci.it,
Minister of Interior.
II. A. WtHllMANN,
Attornej -General ad inleiiui.
NOTICE TO MARINERS.
During tho pioeess of Deepening the
Channel at the entrance to Honolulu har
bor the Dredger w ill be in opeiation night
At night theiewill be a Danger Signal
placed on the forward derrick of Dredger,
about 30 feet above sen level, which can be
seen by all vessels approaching the haibor.
Tho Signal consists
of 3 lied lights and a ,
White light-as in ' nrn
tho diagram tho red j i
lights being about 3 j
feet apart, wild tlm , wuiii:
white light in the
All steamers cross
ing the IJ.ir will stop
at a bafo distance fiom the Dudger and
give one blast of their whistle, which will
bo answered by a single blast fiom the
Dredger, .to be followed by three blasts
from the Diedgerwben the passage is clear
and they can proceed.
The Tug will be on band when not other
wise engaged to assist sailing craft in pass,
ing the Diedger when necessary.
c. x. si'Lnoek,
Minister of the Inteiior.
Interior Olllee, Maich !), iJ.'.
Jloldeis of Water Piivileges, or those
paying Wale: ltates, aie heieby notified
that, owing to tho drouth and tho seaielty
of water in the Government lteservoirs,
the Hours for using water for Irriga
tion purposes aie from 7 to 8 o'clock . m.,
and r to (i o'clock i m., until further notice.
JOHN 0. W1I1TH,
Supt. Honolulu Water Woil.s.
0. N. SlT.Nfi:is,
Minister of the Inteiior.
Honolulu, 11. I., Aug. r,, lb!)J.
MR. W. D. H. DICVKIIILL has been ap
pointed by the iloaid of Lduc.ition, School
Agent for the District of Hanalei, on tho
Island of Kauai, in place of Mr. Wins.
Koelling, who has lesigned.
By order of the Board of Kducation.
W. .IAS. SMITH,
Olllco of the Board of Kducation,
Aug. 15, lM)-. l'i:it 31 2t
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
Pledged lo neither Sect vor Party,
Hut established for the licnrflt of All.
MONDAY, AUG. 22, 18i)2.
"In Corfu sheets of paper pass for
money; ono sheet buy ono quait of
rico, or twenty sheols a piece of
homp cloth." Why don't tlie advo
cates of paper money in Hawaii go
Tho Advertiser had an item the
other day not likely possibly not
intended to imprmo tho financial
situation. It was a rumor that many
notices of withdrawal had boon sent
from tho outer districts to tho Postal
Savings Hank. Jt should have boon
added to such an item that the Gov
ernment is loady to pay thoir moiiny
to all depositors on expiration of
Tho aitielo from tho Now Yoik
Medical Ifecord in this issue appears
at tho requestor an inmate of the
lupor settlement on Molokni. Jt
may bo well to say that there aio
moro reasons for segregation than
tho theory of contagion. Also, that
wherever segregation lias boon em
ploj'od tho spread of tho disenso has
boon checked. Any seiontilio con
tribution to the subject of leprosy is
valuable. At tho same time, doctors
who livo wlimo only rnro onos tiro
soon should not lo too fmwnrd in
laying down nilon for yoncral guicl-ani'o.
Tho following from tho Cincinnati
Timos-Star is good popper saiii'o to
tako vitli Jlormu's Banking Hill, it
aH'ordi tho "bot showing that wild-
oat banking oan inalio." Krvil ostato
oT donbli tho vnlim of tho isuos has
not savod wildoat banks in tho
Slates nor will it horo:
Domoorals who aro trving to broak
tho foioo of tho wildoat banking
plank in tho Chicago platform ato
claiming that tho proposed State
banks will bo required to gio ample
security. This has always been t lie
promise, and never fulfilled. Hack
in the foi ties every bank in the State
of New Yoik deposited !1 percent of
its capital with the compti oiler to bo
hold as a common fund securing the
notes of any bank that might fail.
This fund was to be made up as oon
as impaiicd. In ISJ 1-12 cloven Now
York bairks failed and note-lioldors
lost ,?2.5r8.(.KW beyond all that could
be icalizcd from (lie "safety fund."
The State then adopted a fieo bank
ing vstem requiring all banks to
deposit with tho comptroller United
States or State bonds bearing ii per
cent intoiost or bonds and mortgages
seemed by real estate of twice their
value. Twenty-nino of the free
banks failed within a year, and thoir
securities paid only 71 percent of
their notes. This is about t lie best
showing, too, that wildcat banking
can malm in any State.
A bill is before the Legislature for
tho selt lenient or the vexed question
of the rights or the public in land
ings throughout the group. It is a
question that ought to hae been
settled long ago. Tho public hah
suffered much vexation as well as
expenso from tho exactions of private
holders of landing. Complaints
have, often i cached tho newspapers
on the matter, but without resulting
in any satisfaction to those aggriev
ed. There is no ieaon why every
landing should not be kept as free
as navigation of the harbors and in
lets. The bill now pending directs
the Minister of the Interior "to pie
paro a hcliedulo of all landings in
the Kingdom, and to nsceitaiu tho
titlo of tho Government to (he same,
and tho casements and rights of way
therein vested in the public by rea
son of dedication on the part of the
owners of land upon which such
landings aro situated, or by leasou
of uso on the part of tho public."
Tho Minister is fuither directed to
investigate any case wheio the own
ers of tho land shall deny tho right
of tho publie to uo a landing, and if
ho discover such light ho is to bring
tho matter before tho courts for set
tlement, in the mode prescribed by
tho statute of 185)0 for tho quieting
of titles, estates and interests in leal
propel (y. The list of landings in
which tho public rights are ascer
tained or affirmed is to bo published
in English and Hawaiian, and "no
person shall bo prevented from using
any landing belonging to tho Gov
ernment or in which tho publie own
an easement, or shall bo obliged to
p.'ry any ono but the Government for
the use of such landing." A pro
vision is added that private persons
owning hoisting apparatus may
make a reasonable chaigo for its
use. The bill .should go further and
provide for (lie purchase of privatu
rights in landings that aro necessary
to the public convenience.
Rov. B. Fay Mills.
Eduoh Uullutin :
In tho Hi'Li.r.Tix of Satuiday, Aug.
20, appeared an aiticle entitled
"Your Money First," attacking Rev.
H. .Fay Mills. Tho writer quotes an
article from tho San (1ranci.sco Now
Letter which states that Mr. Mills
"insisted on getting his pay in ad
vance, beforo ho would begin hih
soul-saving speeches." The state
ment is simply not truo.
Rov. H. Fay Mills neither asks
for one cent of pay, nor does ho
over make any agieeinent to recoivo
money for his work. The lion. ,1.
H. At hoi ton on his recent visit to
San Francisco saw Mr. Mills about
coming to .Honolulu. Mr. Mills told
him that lie never asks for pay or re
muneration for his Inborn. Tho
actual expenses for printing, travel
ing, etc., are paid by the chinches.
At tho oloso of Mi
o make him a
"thank offering" can do so but tlioie
is no solicitation. Tho following
ox'tract from the Los Augole.s Times,
Tuesday, May 17, 18i)2, fully corro
borates tho statement made by Mr.
Mills to Mr. Atheiton:
The Executive Commit lee having
in chaige the ontiio business part of
the lovival work being conducted by
Mr. Mills are surprised at tne state
ment, ciiculatcd and printed, to the
effect that tho evangelist is to re
ceive the sum of WlXM) for tho two
wcoks' services which ho gives to the
cause in this city. Tho committee
is authority for the statement that
no terms weie offered or accepted;
tho churches pay the expenses of tho
meetings, but not ono cent is to
bo paid by them to Mr. .Mills.
No agreement to pay him an sum
whatever, nor has lie over had any
such an agreement to lecoive money
nor has ho over asked or demanded
one cent. He informed mo that ho
has never had so much as .JfiOO .'it
any ono time since ho entered tho
ministry, llo depends entiroly up
on the voluntary contributions of
personal friends, and not upon any
sums paid him by churches or t't
ooutho committees' of revival move
ments. The unanimous action of tho
I Council in passing the Tufts resolu
tion, requesting tlie suspension ol
public ami pnvate business, was
but tho natural sequence of the de
mand of tho si hundred and odd
business men who joined together in
an agieeuieiit to show this token of
respect for tho efforts of the reli
gious people in tho diiection of
moral reform. Thme is an anticipa
tion that tho visiting editors, who
come from the older State, will have
a full appreciation of the iulluonoo
oT the Christian people when they
discowr that in the middle of the
week the business men and officials
have decreed a Sabbath for the wor
ship of God.
It is haully necessary to add thai
tho business men of Los Angeles, to
tho number of over six hundred,
would not have stopped their busi
ness in the middle of tho week to
aid Air. Alills' work had ho any mer-
eenaiy motive. 11. V. rucic.
Rainfall for July, 1802.
Waiakea, Ililo, fflclcv
l'opcekeo, 100 elev . .
Ilimoliill, 3(10 olov
Hunoinii, inoelev ....
Ilal.alau, AH) elev
I.aitpahoohoe, II) elov
l.aiipihoohoe. 1)00 elev
OoUala, 100 elev . . .
Piiaiihau, 3(H) elev
Ilonokaa, -100 elev
Kukuihaele, 700 elov "
. ' .w
Niulli, ax) elov.
N. Kohala, 3"0elev
Walloon, 27:!Oelev . . . .
llolmiloa, l'JOO elev .
Keal.ikekua, lf0 elev . ..
Naalehu, 0 elev.
Volcano House, Kkkj elov., .
Volcano IIo.ul, BH elev .
1'oholki, ID elev . ..
I'oboiki, 000 elev
Kapoho, f0 elev ... .
Kahulul, 12 elev ...
Waikapu, ooOelov . . .
Sjpieol.olsvillo, 10 elov . .
Ilaleakala ltanoh, 2000 elov
Olowaln, 1.") elev
Kaanapali, . . ...
MO! OKA I.
Mapiilehu, 100 elov . .
Koele, lull elev. ...
P.i i.'lmii, . eler
Honolulu, J. t ol 'V.
Kulaokahiia, ."o eler . .
Kapiolani I'aik, lOolov. .
Manr i. 100 elev. . ..
Man i, ll'drf Val., ISO elov.
NniiJ'Hi, "0 elsv . . . .
Niluiniu, '-'.Ml lev
Nunamt 735 elev
Niuiano, l.unUaha, J-liti elov.
Ahiiiiii.iuu, 3."i0 ilev . . . .
Kahuku, 2") elov
W'aianao, r elov.
Va: Plantation, (!0elov . .
P.iuoa, 10 elov
KiugSlieet, I., 15 elov.
Makaweli,. . . 0.21
Kilauea, ... . (i.in
I.ibue, 200 elev. .. . 1.32
Hanalei,.. . . S.27
Ovei fiom last month, vi., Juno:
I'oboiki, Puna, . 1.11
Koele, banal, 2.70
I. .1. ICON'S,
In hnigo of Weather hi rvice.
A runaway hack caused no little
excitement on Hotel and Nuiianu
streets at noon to-day. Tlie bit be
came loose and the hoi so dashed
along Hotel street. A tramcar was
running down Nuuanu street at the
time. Tho mules, knowing animals,
swerved off on tho side just in timo
to avert a bad collision. Tho hack
smashed against the telephone post
outside tho Cosmopolitan Saloon,
breaking a wheel into smithereens.
Tho hack failhor down got locked
with a Union Feed Co.'s wagon and
its career was ended. The paittho
mules took in tho affair was highly
commendable and wort liy of porpo
tual lecord in favor of tho oft-despised
animals. If they had stood
like asses they would have been
War About Water.
Tho (mttlu of tho holliguront Maui
plantations has broken out in a m-w
qunrtor. It is over wator rights
now. Spiockolsvillo plantation and
a number of natives aie tho complainant-,.
The Waikapu Siitfar
Company is the defendant. There
has been ditlieulty about Mibmittinj,'
the ease to the Commissioners of
Private Ways and Water JJights, as
those ollicials are inclusive of some
intorontod parties. Tho hearing is
now lixod for Wednesday at Wai
luku, but an effort will bo inatlo to
have it postponed, J' M. .Hatch,
Paul Neumann and John W. Kalua
are counsel for the Spieckols inter
est, C, Y. Ashfoid for the natives,
and V. (), Smith for the defendant
"Bank of Hawaii."
There is somo feais that Horner's
"suicidal" Bankine; Bill will pass t lie
Legislature, To pievont this, all
hhould get a Bill from the JIawaiian
News Company, study it, and show
up its weak points to all you meet.
Kent lick' has a colored State
Teachers' Asociat ion.
During the lns,t year 1,800 g'uls
woio graduated from tho Boston
Brooklyn is to launch a manual
training-school, tho volo in its favor
being 20 to 10.
Tho largost and linost technical
school in tho world is to bo oiectod
at Alanoho&tur, ICnglaud.
Tho Stoon-Smith Combination Con
tinues to Bloaso tho Public,
The Opora House was com fort ably
filled on Saturday evening to wit
ness tho second performance of the
Steon-Sinith Combination. A eotii
mitteo consisting of Messrs. V. Spen
cer, Dr. G. Trousseau, Dr. Maurin,
C. Crabbo and .1. W. Lulling was
selected from the audience. The
pipe test "in which smoke emanated
from empty clay pipes caused much
laughter and surprise, but when Mr.
St eon explained how the two acids
coming in contact would create
smoke, the wondeinient disnppoaied.
Tho chess playing by Mrs. Steen was
another wonderful accomplishment,
she making a tour of the board with
one combination in a few seconds.
There is no mistaking tho Steens'
ability. Thoy sustained their repu
tation of being genuine illusionists
in every way, and tho best in their
line that have ever come here. Mr.
Steen exposed spiritualism during
the evening by making Messrs.
Silencer niub) Trousseau, who wore
blindfolded, think thoy had both his
hands, when they only had tho wrist
and lingers of one hand. Mr. Steen
not only opoed tho rope trick of
the Eddy Hios., but other tricks be
sides. Mr. Oscar Smith pioved himelf as
he claims one of the greatest living
ventiiloquists and humoiists. lie
had his family consisting of a China
man, an Irishman with the regula
tion toper's nose, granny, dolly, a
"nagur" and Zachariah. Mr. Smith
in his part is great, and the audience
only regretted his finishing. His
distant voice throwing received ap
plause. Thiseveningtho Steens and
Smith will give their final perfor
mance, and children under twelve
years of ago will be admitted for
Hula Girls Fight.
There was somo trouble on Satur
day morning between the hula gills
at llonuakaha. It appears that
Jennie Kalai and t wo ol her girls had
been making fun of Xalua by com
posing sunir., about her and calling
nor luluiali, icierrni" to holes in
her ear.-. Kahia's dander was up
like a Hash and a female boxing
match ensued, in which Jennie came
out second. A warrant was issued
by the defeated dani.-el and Kalua
wa- aire tied for assault and battery.
The Polieo Couitioom was invaded
by the hula dancers this nioining in
full force to hoar the case. Jennie
had her gang present, as also had
Kalua, tho factions all tho time
looking daggeis at each other. Two
witnesses stated thoy saw Ixalua
striko Jennie on tho face and Kalua
replied that she did slap her, because
Jennie had said nasty things about
her. Police Justice Hopkins settled
the matter by reprimanding both
tho girls and advising them to bo
friends in the futuie. It is veiy
doubtful, however, if this will bo
tho case, as the factions fluttered out
with anger in their fluttering.
Take Good Caro of tlio Children.
Tf you have children you will be
interested in the expeiience of Mr.
John Cook, of .Pilot, Vermillion Co.,
JU. Ho says: "Two years ago two
of my family, a young man and a
girl, had very hvoio and dangeious
attacks of bloody llux. Tho doctor
hero was unablej altor a week's time,
to check or iclieve either case. 1
threw tho doctor overboard and be
gan using Chambei Iain's Colic, Cho
lera and Dianhu'a Remedy. Im
provement was seen vory soon and
1113 children aio.so in a few days
fiom what I feared would bo their
deathbed. is a grand, good medi
cine." For sale by all dealers. Ben
son, Smith & Co., Agents.
ANYl'llltSON HLTintNIXO 31Y HIL
vor Wtiteh with n (fold Chain lo it,
tiiKim from n vest on feumhiy, Aug. II,
IS'JJ, shall receive the ahovo lewatii liy
icttirnliiB tho Mine to t'm ollleu of the
"Hawaii Ilolomua I'iiIjIIsIiIiil' Coiupanv."
I). KA I IAN It.
Honolulu, Auk. -!, Iv.-'. SiCWt
i.i.wih j, i.i hi:v,
M NMil It,
Positively the Last Performance of the
KI'i:ClAL llvorv Child uniler 12 will he
inliniitdl for TWftNTY-l-MVH CKNTb to
the He.st beala In tho Theatre.
Old .Mil l'lT.N'CH ami runny Mm. JUDY,
the runny Doll! The Shower of
Candy! Wonderful I'V.itsi
THE GHOST DANCE!
i:orj thing New-! Lvury Act a Novelty I
The Last (Jliauce to Beo tho
ISf SeiiU at Levey's, fiO'Mt
J. C. Davis, Rector of St. James'
Episcopal Chmch, Ktifaula, Ala.:
" My sou has been badly nfilicted
with a fearful and threatening cough
for several months, and after trying
several prescriptions from physicians
which failed to relieve him, lie has
been perfectly restored by the use ol
two bottles of Ho-
An Episcopal schee's German Syr
up. I can recom
Rector. mend it w i thou t
severe, deep-seated coughs like this
are as severe tests as a remedy can
be subjected to. It is for these long
standing cases that Boschee's Ger
man Syrup is made a specialty.
Many others afflicted as this lad
was, will do well to make a note of
J. I Arnold, Montevideo, Minn.,
writes: I always use German Syrup
for a Cold on the Lungs. I have
never found an equal to it far less
G. (5. GKEnx.Bole M.iii'fr.Wooubiiry.JJJ.
By Jaa. F. Morgan.
AUCTION SALE OF
Furniture & Fixtures!
On THURSDAY, Aug. 25th,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A, II.,
At the l'lviiii-iw, Hotel sheet (uiwtiiir-0,
opim-ite tlie I'iintlieon Wiloon, I
will sell nt rulilie Auetum
The Furniture & Fixtures of (he Oceanic Club
Lace Curtains & Poles,
llnisscls Carpets .V: Hut;4,
Lilige Center Hugs,
Fine OAK SIDEBOARD,
Cniie Peat Cliuir, Hanging Limp,
Oil Paintings, Cromos,
lleilsti-iil, M ill 1 1. 1 ssi's, St:iii Cupel,
1 Oak Refrigerator,
i;tc, i:te., i:tc, i:w.
S3? I'.n ties uisliinj
lilinMsus :i whole will
; to puicli.ise tlie
On WEDNESDAY, Aug. 24tli,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. 31.,
At the licsideliee of 31 US. CAHNLY, lleie-
t.ini.i sticet (llii.uu Hon-e), I will
sell nt l'uhlio Auction
The Household Ftirnitui'e
Upliolslmil Parlor M,
Veitinda Chairs, Laine Center Itug,
3Iiiililctop Center Tahle, Whatnot,
1 Handsome B, W. Bedroom Set,
ll.iir 3laltr,issos', Mosquito Nets',
Kinglu Iltilsteutls, Hook Case,
Bed Lounge, 1 Music Box,
11. W. i:tension Dining Tnhlo,
3leat Safe, Lawn 3Iower,
"New Model" Stove,
flanlcn Tools, Hose., Kle,, Lte.
Jas. F. 2orgELn.,
:-:it AUCTION unit.
By IiOwis J. Lcvoy.
On WEDNESDAY, Aug. 24th,
AT VI OCLOCIv NOON,
I will sell at I'llhlie Auction, ill tho 1'ie
inisei, 1 COTTAGE & 1 2-STORY COTTAGE
Now occupied in u Japanese Itoanling
IIoum! on Meichaut htntel, adjoining
the lii'i.l in in OllUe, and
1 B-STORY HOUSE
On Queen Micct, ncM to the ollli e of Hon.
J. J. Dowsed.
V&f lluildiiig'i to he icinoved hy Bep
S.SF- TDIiMfs CAH1I!
Lewis J". Xjvy,
AKITLLHLT OF HplTSLIIOLI) KtTIt
niluiu at il hlan'ilH. The Lc.iki of
the I'rumlMis No. 11'2 Foit stieel, in also
olleied for dlhposal, Kuitlier p.iitieulars
on application to
l!H-tf On tlioireiuibes.
9 IIOHBi; I'OWKlt UIMtKlHT IIAXTni!
Jj Lugiuu mid Holler, in good woiKiug
older, I'ur pailluiilar.sor teiuiHanplv lo tliu
Missrx, Kintj Jlrim.ure shnwiny a fine
line of Jlumbuo ond oilier style Parlor
Easels, Wall Jlmrkeln, and Window
Qornhru, at Prices to meet the. limes,
THEO. H. DA
China, Glass and Furniture
Salesroom on Kaahumanu St., Ground Floor,
Largo Assortment of New
SIT.OIAI. DISPLAY OK
WORCESTER, CROWN DERBY,
and Other Fine Ware.
Fine Show of Glassware, Ivoryware, Bohemian Vases, Wine Glasses,
Tumblers, Cut Salads, Etc,
CummiiiB1 Bloolz, Fort Stret.
Hardware, Agricultural Implements
China, Crockery, Glassware, Cutlery
gW PICTURE FRAMING TN ALL ITS BRANCHES &M
Pacific Hardware Co., Ltd.
104 Fort St.,. Honolulu.
Just Received a New Invoice of the
I J 1 '
For Ladies, Gentlemen, Misses ami Children.
Fast Color and
Are tlae Best lyCacle-
Temple of Fashion
COKNEK OF FOUT A"NTD HOTEL STREETS.
"W Just x2,ecivcl
XTo-w Dress Goods,
Iia,ciies' BeciforcL Caps,
Belts, ULiELtest Style.
Also a Large Line of Traveling Trunks and Valises.
S. EHRLIOH &j CO.
3STe-w- Oroocis ! ISTe-w O-oocls !
l'ONtii:i: DHAl'KltUW-l'OltTlLllLB-l'INHAI'l'LK TIKSUD-BATTHLNK
WIUTL l)lllb (iOODH IN OIILOKH AND STUII'KS.
JAI'ANKhi: COIIDKD (UtKl'K.
Ladies', Childrens' and Infants' Wear
IN (iltLAT VAIULTY AT LOW l'Jtll'LF.
A Fine Line in Zephyrs, Cretonnes, Etc.
Batliing Snits in Cotton and Wool
I'Olt LADIKH, UIJSTh, AND OHILDKDN',
O-A-JlL. -A.jTjD SEE OXJK. ICTEW GOODS,
Dressmaking under the Management of Miss Clark.
B. F. EHLERS & CO., 99 Fort St,
VIES & CO.
Goods, ex Bcnmore.
c A 4 AVbd'3
- -s . I