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P BY AUTHORITY, (imp
Postal SavingB Bank Notice.
By authority ol Section 11 of "An Act
to Amend mid Consolidate tho Laws relat
ing to the Hawaiian Postal Saving Hank,"
approved on the 7th day of September,
1802, and on that day taking ollect; not lee
Is hereby given thnl the rate of interest on
Savings Hnnk deposits is llxed ns follows:
On amounts under and up to Five Hun
dred Dollars ($500), In Gold Coin of the
United States of America, in any one ac
count, already on deposit in tho Hawaiian
Postal Savings Hank on September !!0, 1M)2,
tntorest will bo payable from October 1,
18!)2, forward until further notice, at Iho
rate of 0 per cont. per annum, in flold Coin
of tho united States of America.
On amounts over Fivo Hundred Dollars
($500) and not exceeding Two Thousand
Fivo Hundred Dollars ($2,600) In Gold Coin
of tho United States of America, in any one
account, on deposit in the Hawaiian Postal
Savings Dank on September 30, 1892, inter
est will bo payable from October 1, 18'J2,
forward until further notice, at the ruto of
6 per cent, per minimi, in Gold Coin of tho
United States of Amorica.
On deposits placed In tho Savings Hank
after September 30, 1SD2, interest will bo
paid until further notice, at the rate of 11
per cent, per annum on accounts not ex
cecding Fivo Hundred Dollars ($500). No
interest will be paid on accounts exccoding
Five Hundred Dollars ($500), in single ac
counts, deposited after Suptember ;!0, 1S92.
E. C. MACFARLANE,
Ml tf-41 2t Minister of Finance.
Postal Savings Bank Notice.
By Section 17 of "An Act to Amend and
Consolidate the Laws relating to tho Ha
waiian Postal Savings Hank," approved on
the 7th day of September, 1802, and on that
day taking ell'ect, tho Minister of Financo
is authorized to issue Coupon Bonds of tho
Hawaiian Government, to bo styled the
"Postal Savings Bank Loan," to be issued
only to depositors in the Hawaiian Postal
Savings Bank who may apply for tho same.
The "Postal Savings Bank Loan" bonds
are redeemable in not loss than fivo nor
more than twenty years, at the option of
the Minister of Finance, and bear interest
at tho rate of 0 per cent, per annum, to bo
paid semi-annually, interest and principal
payable in Gold Coin of tho United States
of America or its equivalent.
Any depositor with an aggregate amount
to his credit in tho Savings Bank, of not'
less than Two Hundred Dollars ($200) in
Gold Coin of tho United States of America,
which shall have been on deposit at least
three months, is entitled, on application, to
an issue of "Postal Savings Bank Loan"
bonds in exchange therefor, in sums of
One Hundred Dollars ($100) or multiples
Applications will be received at the Pos
tal Savings Bank for "Postal Savings Bank
Loan" bonds from dato until October
31, 1892, inclusive.
E. C. MACFARLANE,
531 tl-41 2t Minister of Finance.
The Board of Health has directed its
Agents to make a special inspection of
houses and premises in the City of Hono
lulu with a view of putting tho same in a
good sanitary condition, and the public
are therefore requested
1. To render all assistance possible to
the Agents of tho Hoard of Health.
2. To obey the instructions of tho
3. To put drains, cesspools, privy-vaults
and other receptacles of refuse in a good
4. To have all garbage and other decay
ing refuse promptly removed, and all
sources of noxious smells disinfected.
By order of tho Hoard of Health.
Honolulu, Sept. 23, 1892. 530-1-it
Holders of Water Privileges, or those
pnying Water Rates, are hereby notified
that, owing to tho drouth and tho M-arcity
of water in the Government Reservoirs,
the Hours for using water for Irriga
tion purposes are from 7 to 8 o'clock a. m.,
and 5 to G o'clock r. m., until further notice.
JOHN O. WHITE,
Supt. Honolulu AVnter Works.
0. N. Sl'KKCKR,
Minister of tho Interior.
Honolulu, H. I., Aug. 5, 1892.
By virtue of authority given by an Act
of the Legislative Assembly entitled, An
Act to Prevent tho Infection of Cholera in
the Hawaiian Islands, approved on tho27th
day of September, 1HD2, and upon tho re
commendation of the Hoard of Health, I
do hereby declare all PortH of Kntry in this
Kingdom, excepting Honolulu, closed to
shipping other than coasting until further
notice. E.G. MACFARLANE,
Minister of Finance.
Honolulu, Oct, 1, 1892. K!8-tf
Owing to tho drought and bcaroity of
water, the residents mnul.'ii of Judd street
are requested to collect what water thoy
may require for household purposes before
8 o'clock A. M.
JOHN C. WHITE,
Supt, Honolulu Water Works,
Honolulu, Sept. fl, 1892. 515-tf
Among the incidents of childhood
that stand out in bold relief, as our
memory reverts to tho days when wo
were young, none aro more promi
nent than sovoro sickness. Tho
young mother vividly remembers
that it was Chamberlain's Cough
Remedy cured her of croup, and in
turn administers it to her own off
spring and always with tho best re
sults, For sale by all dealers. Bon
son, Smith & Co., Agents for tho
For Mouldings, Frames, Pastels, Arto
types, Photogravures, Etchings, and
everything in the line of Pictures, go to
King Bros., Hotel street.
Pledged io neither Seel nor Party,
Put Established for the Benefit of AIL
SATUHDAY, OCT. 8, 1802.
Tho Bulletin has novor hold itsolf
responsible) for tho opinions of cor
respondents. At tho saino tiino (his
journal knows that it is responsible
for the protection of privato eharae
toraud reputation from unjustifiable
injury at tho hands of anybody who
contributes to its columns. Sovoral
communications have been published
in this paper, reflecting on ollioial
American Koprosontatives, rolntivo
to tho wrecked ship Wm. A. Camp
bell. So far as such communications
have boon honest oven if sovoro ex
pressions of public opinion, without
evident malice or personal projudieo,
they have boon published horo in
accordance with ono of tho cardinal
principles on which tho Bulletin
was founded alid has in tho main al
ways been conducted namely, that
a public journal should afford a
medium for tho expression of tho
people's viows upon any matter of
public interest. An organ of public
opinion should, howovor, bo ready
and willing to inako honorable
amends for anj' wrong committed,
inadvertently or carelessly, in its
columns. In ono of tho communica
tions referred to abovo, wo aro satis
fied that expressions wore used to
ward tho United States diplomatic
representative of a personally offen
sive nature Although wo wore
made aware of a high stato of
resident American fooling on tho
subject, it was a lapso of editor
ial discretion that allowed that
feeling to take such offousivo per
sonal liberties in our columns.
Wo thoroforo freoly and frankly
apologize for having permitted the
publication of tho obnoxious expres
sions iu question. As to tho main
question, tho United States officials
at Honolulu aro responsible to thoir
own Government at. Washington and
not to residents of foreign countries.
Yet their own Government might bo
unable, any more than the represent
atives of any other Government, to
judjro of their ontiro conduct if all
local expression of opinion regard
ing thoir course, under all circum
stances, wore to bo suppressed. A
poworful section of tho American
press compelled the recall of Sir
Lionol Sackvillo-Wost, British Minis
ter at Washington, iu 1888 for an
undue meddling with tho politics of
tho country to which ho was accre
dited. Legitimate criticism of pub
lic mon, however, should' not imply
licenso for acrimonious personalities.
Wo therefore again express deep
regret for tho offensive remarks in
tho published lotter mentioned, as
woll as for any other anonymous re
flections upon American officials,
with regard to their eourso in deal
ing with tho case of tho shipwrecked
crow, which may have exceeded tho
bounds of legitimate criticism.
Referring to the "Amende Honor
able" in theso columns to-day, it
seoms nocossary to remove some
current misconceptions of this journ
al's position. The Bulletin is neither
tho proporty nor tho "official organ"
of tho Hawaiian Government. It is
published by a chartered corpora
tion as a business enterprise. If it
has contained more of tho official
advertisements of tho Government
than its English daily contempor
ary, sinco tho chango of Ministry in
1890, that has only boon in accord
with tho practice of all Ministries in
Hawaii of throwing tho major part
of thoir patronage into the journals
most friondly to them. Tho Advor
tibor has a column headed with tho
royal coat-of-arms and the words,
"By Authority," which is scarcely
over vacant and which has often, in
tho past two $'onrfl, contained some
of the most lucrative official an
nouncements of tho Government
which woro not published in tho
Bulletin. If Govorninont adver
tisements contained in it constitute
a newspaper a uovernmout organ,
then tho claims to tho title between
tho two papers named aro only to
bo adjudged relatively to tho quan
tity of such matter. Tho Bulletin,
if it had tho greater portion, would
bo tho major organ, whilo tho Ad
vertisor would bo tho minor organ
and thankful to be so till it cot
something bottor. Thoro is nobody
in tho ownorsliip of tho Bulletin
connected with tho Ministry who
could prevent tho paper's going
to-da into active opposition to tho
With reforonco to tho communi
cations on tho wrecked ship Win. A.
Campbell mattor, wo confess wo
accepted them from the first reluct
antly and only from a sonso of duty
toward public opinion, Reluctant
by, iu view of tho fact that political
capital was being falsely made
against tho Bulletin on tho ground
that it was in opposition to the es
tablished iutorests of tho United
States iu those islands, The com-
mnnications, wore, howovor, accoplod
as boingwhntthoy woro, in truth, tho
utterance of tho sontimont of resi
dent American citizons the only ex
ception being that ono of tho calmest
of tho productions, which seized on
tho incident as an argumont ngainst
annexation. If tho Advertiser chooses
to hold tho Bulletin responsible for
tho uttorances of its correspondents',
it should pull down its own antiquat
ed sign, "Wo do not hold ourselves
responsible for tho opinions of our
correspondents," without flaunting
which it is afraid to givo any hum
ble citizen a hearing.
The JUtiLLETiN might, as it hail a
right to do, have editorially discuss
ed tho question raised as to search
ing for tho distressed American
mariners, but that it presumed tho
American officials know thoir duties
better than a Hawaiian newspaper.
At tho same time when American
citizens sought our columns to ox
press thoir viows on tho matter they
woro not turnod away nor aro thoir
expressions of a legitimate tone
apologized for. In thoir own coun
try they inako froo to criticizo tho
course or tho conduct of thoir Presi
dent, and this is rightly ostoomod
one of tho most valuable privileges
of an American citizen, ono of which
tends greatly to keeping tho admin
istration perpetually honorable. It
would bo indeed hard if Americans
in Honolulu, forming tho largost
alien colony of civilization horo,
woro dobarrod from a like freedom
of honest expression regarding tho
conduct of thoir national represent
atives appointed by tho Prosidont.
Both the diplomatic and consular
representatives of tho United States
have often placed tho Bulletin un
der a debt of gratitude and esteom
for courtesies such as journalists
highly value. Personally, it holds
both of them, as woll as their sub
ordinates, in the greatest friondly re
gard, atid would deeply regret if
any of them have boon lod to mis
understand its position as an inde
A petition was proseutod to the
Legislature this morning, from per
sons engaged in fruit-raising, praying
for certain encouragement to the
establishment of a canning ami pro
serving industry. It is asked that
a law bo passed "allowing tho free
importation of tools and machinery
to bo used in canning works and the
containers or material for making
tho samo, when imported by such
canning company. Also to remit tho
taxes on such canning plant and on
canned goods hold for export, during
tho continuance of tho U5 percent
duty on theso imports into tho
United States." Those aro only rea
sonable concessions to bo granted
by tho Legislature, as the industry
intended to bo established ought to
become an important one.
Tho Legislature was occupied
chiefly with reports of committees
this morning. Our report is laid
over on account of early publication
of the papor. A report from tho
committee on Water Works recom
mended $16,000 to bo appropriated
for additions to the system, wheroby
it should bo made reasonably certain
in its action. An item of $8645 is
recommended for running expenses,
for which the Government should
recoup itsolf by an increase in rates.
Probably tho public will be heard
from on tho proposition of an iucreaso
in tho prico of this prime nocossity,
particularly in theso pinching times.
Many pooplo have evinced surprise
at tho course of tho Advertiser with
regard to tho dredge. When the
dredgo stnrtod work on tho bar, and
up to a fow days ago, that papor
made tho machine and all connected
with it a subject of ridicule. Now
that tho dredgo has accomplished
tho work for which it was designed,
so far as tho harbor ontranco is con
cerned, that papor goes to enormous
expouso to show that tho authors of
tho work know what thoy were
about and that it (tho Advertiser)
had boon making a fool of itsolf. It
reminds one of a lish rarely soon
called tho "Btickor."
Moro Opium oil the Caatlo.
C. L. Crabbo, Port Surveyor, has
been keeping a sharp eye on tho
barkontino H. N. Castle, since tho
day tho police captured tho carpen
ter coming ashore from that vossol
with 102 tins.
Yesterday thoro woro symptoms
oxhibitod about tho vossol of a pro
jected attempt to land some of tho
stuff. A strontr watch was maintain
ed all night in hope of catching a
possessor as woll as tho opium itsolf.
'Ams morning, nowover, tno rort
Surveyor concluded that further do
lay might endanger chances of
catching oven the contrabatd. He
thoroforo sent oflicors on board, who
made a big find right on tho dock.
In a korosono tin woro packed V&i
half-pound tins of Hongkong opium,
worth at retail $1500 to $2000. Tho
opium was taken to tho Custom
Picture Frames made to order from
Latest Styles of Mouldings. Jlenova
tion of Old Pictures a specialty at King
Bros,, Hotel street,
rplIE LEASE OF THE SHOOTING ON
X the Ahupuaa of Mapulohu, Molokai,
iH for disposal. Apply to tho undersigned,
6W-1W A, MOUUIT5S.
A DARING ATTEMPT.
What May Be Looked For Next
Tho Ladles of Honolulu aro Asked to
Support tho Scheme An Open Let
ter on a Subject of Interest.
TO THE LADIES OF HONOLULU.
Tho Management of tho Tomplo
of FaBhion wish to stato that, as
many have boon unnblo to gain ad
mittance .this wook because of tho
largo crowds thronging tho bargain
salo, special arrangements have been
made for their accommodation Sat
urday. Tho Tomplo of Fashion will bo
closed all day on Friday; positively,
no goods will bo sold on that daj.
Tho ontiro force of tho storo will bo
engaged in arranging for a special
salo for Saturday.
On Saturday no dress goods (ex
cept silks), no calicoos, ginghams, or
wash goods of any description will
bo sold; no foot-woar or head-gear
will bo disposod of. Special bar
gains in special linos will bo tho text
Our entire stock, all shades and
colors, at your own prico.
A full lino of lacos, embroideries,
trimmings, insertions, etc., will bo
marked down; prices clear out of
sight. No reserve.
OLOVES AND FANS.
Everything in this lino at McKin-
Hosiery, silk and cotton white,
black and colored, at instantanoous
prices. Romombor this point.
Our whole stock, will bo slaugh
tered. All stylos and grades.
A SPECIAL SALE.
If you want handkerchiefs, stop ill
on Saturday. If you dosiro to seo
soino astonishing pricos, on muslin
underwear, children's dresses, etc.,
drop in Satiircljy.
Thoso who come to look remain to
buy; very few dollars pass us.
A largo stock of ladies' under-vosts
at any prico; thoy must bo closed
Everything must go and must go
quickly. Saturday is to bo a day of
slaughter in fancy dry goods, and
bargains will covor our counters in
endless profusion. We will endeavor
to havo a sufliciont force of clorks
engaged to attend to any and all
without delay. Wo havo sot asido
next Saturday, by request, to allow
tho ladies of Honolulu to inspect our
stock of fancy goods, and examine
tho pricos. which aro all marked in
TEMPLE OF FASHION.
Saturday Evening, Oct 8th,
AT 8 O'CLOCK.
A Grand Concert
Will bo given to assist in paying
tho I'astor's Salary.
Overture Enchantment , . .Herman
ltoyal Hawaiian Baud,
Chorus Uu Mau Ice Ea o ka Aina i ka
Hni Melo Hawaii Noeau.
I'iauoSolo Military Polonaise. . .Chopin
Miss C. Castle.
Solo Tho Nightingale Nieolai
sfiss E. Hal.stead.
Trio Modi tution in E itichardson
MIhh K, McGrew, Miss M. Atkinson and
Chorus Kawalhau, Ailnu
. Quintet Club.
Solo La Acrinato Tost!
Miss Helen Parker,
Duet 1 would that my Love . . .
Miss Louise P. Dale and Mr. H. S.
Solo and Chorus Oh, what full. de
Hui Mcle Hawaii Noeau.
Medley Popular Melodies , .Gluudor
uoyai Hawaiian tttrwg nana.
Duet and Chorus E Ola man loa(now)
D. K. Nnono
Hui Mole Hawaii Noeau.
Solo Ave Maria . .Gounod
Miss 0. Qladc, Violoncello uhligato by
Duet Life's Dream is O'er
Mrs, Kauhaueaudllon, Lilikalani.
Solo Leonoro II, Trotlor
Miss V. J. Nolte.
Duct-Adieu O. Nicolal
Miss M. Cummins and MissA, Holmes,
Solo Madeline C.A.White
Chorus Ka Nanl o ku Paklplka
A. A. Huulclcu
March Oood Night Carl
tar- Tickets can bo bought at tho main
entrance of Kawalahao Church, 638-tlt
Messrs, King Bros. are showing a fine
line of Bamboo and other style Parlor
Easels, Wall Brackets, and Window
Cornices, at Prices to meet the times.
By Jas. F. Morgan.
On TUESDAY, Oct. 11th,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. SI.,
At my Salesroom, Queon Street, I will sell
at Public Auction
The Furniture of the Waikiki Villa
Kemoved to mv Salesroom for convenience
of Salo. 'flic Furniture comprises
3 ASH BEDROOM SETS
2 Antique Oak lledroom Sets,
1 Spruce lledroom Sot,
Spring and Hair Mottreses,
A Largo Assortment of
Quilts, White Blankets,
Mosquito Nets, Toilet Set'',
Etc., Etc. Ktc, Kto.
flr- All to be sold at any price. Furni
ture now on view at my Satesrooin.
Brunswick Billiard Parlors!
On MONDAY, Oct.
AT 10 O'CLOCK A.
At tho Promises, Mclnorny Hall, Fort St.,
I will sell at Public Auction, tho
Tables, Fixtures, Fittings, Etc.,
Of the Brunswick Billiard Parlors.
2 Bfllilict Poll Tiolli
3 BruiiswicR Billiaru Tables
Cues, Racks, Etc.
Tho Tables are new and are tho best in the
country. The Hall is fitted up with
'all the appliances of a
First-class Billiard Resort
And oilers an Al chance to obtain ft
The above will be told as a whole
or subdivided. Parties not able to attend
the salo can send orders to the undersigned.
On nyEondety, Oct. IO,
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON.
Mr. Jas. F. Morgan will sell at Pnblio Auc
tion, at his Auction Room, Queen
Tho paid up Policy No. 500,515 of the
Mutual Life Ins. Co. of New York for $450,
issued to Anton Borba of Wailnku, Maui;
And all the
Anton Borba i
right, titlo and interest of
of wailnku. Maui, in and to
an undivided two-fifths interest in that
certain Piece or Parcel of Land containing
an area of -13,73(1 square feet, and being
situate on tho innukii side of King street,
I'awna, next to the vacant lot at the corner
of King and l'unahou streets. The whole
piece of land has a frontage of 180J4 feet on
King street, and a depth of 231 feet and is
under lease to Chin Ohong at $100 por an
num, lease to run up to September 15, 1893.
Anton Burba's title to two-fifths of this
piece of land wae convoyed to him by deed
of John and Joe Ernsberger, dated May 18,
1883, and recorded Book 81, page 427.
Assignee of tho Bankrupt Estate of An
ton Borba, Walluku, Maui.
Honolulu, Sept. 17, 18)2. 638-0t
AUCTION" SALE OF
On THURSDAY, Oct. 13th,
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON,
On tho Premises, WAIKIKI VILTA,1 will
sell at Public Auction tho
Large 2-Story Wooden Building
Lately occupied as tho Main Dwelling
House of tho Waikiki Villa.
Also, Stables, Etc,
Buildlmrs to be removed within 10
days from date of sale.
THUMB CASH I
LEWIS & CO.
AT 2 O'CLOCK P. M.,
Fresh Salmon, Soles it Flounders,
Celery, Cauliflower, Yellow Turning,
Bed Cabbage, Horse Uadish Boots,
Peaches, Grapes, Plums, Pears,
Frankfurter it Bologna Sausage,
Swiss Cheeso, Limbergcr Cheese,
Etc., Etc., Etc, Kto.
PACIFIC HARDWARE CO., Ltd.
Oumwiins' Bloolc, Fort Street.
M. & D. Wrought Steel Ranges !
BENSON, SMITH & CO.
Copperas, CMoride o! Lime,
Coudy's FMd, Sanifas,
113 & 115 Fort St.,
To Lot or Lease.
rpWO NIC13LY FUK
JL nished Booms, cen
trally located. Inquire at
Bulletin Olllce. 35.1-11
TPvUVAL PREMISES, 31
Beretania street, on-
posite Fort street church.
a .!.. l t i rr i n.
u-1'i'ij w " ''"'"", T-rT"
a-ri ax ineo. ii. i-mvies ot uo.
NEW HOUSE OK FIVE
rooms, on Magazine
street, with Bathroom, pat
ent w. C. etc." Commands
one of the finest views in Honolulu
J. M. VIVAS.
rpHE COTTAGE ON BE
JL retania street No. ICJ,
northwest corner on inatika
sido of road, containing 5
Booms, besides Bathroom. Kitchen, Pan
try, etc. Tramwav cars passing. Apply to
5i0-3t H. W. SCHMIDT .t SONS.
A NICE COTTAGE ON
Beretania street, near
Piikoi street, containing
Purlor, 2 Bedrooms, Bath
room, Diuingroom, Pantry
Servant's room, Carriage House, Stable, etc,
Trameais pass every 2U minutes. Apply i
ollioo of tins paper. 4o8-tf
FOB BALE or LEASE
Premises lately occu
pied by Mr. E. Sufir, will
bo for sale or lease at rea
sonable nrico or rental. Tho Grounds coir
tain a variety of Fruit and Ornamental
Trees. The Commodious Dwelling is well
furnished with modern improvements and
conveniences, ltoomy Barn and a 2-Boom
Cottage for servants. For further particu
lars, apply to JOHN UNA,
Olllce 1 liter-Island Steam Navigation
ALOHA BOAT HOUSE
HAS EVERY ACCOMMODATION FOB
Bathing. Will convoy Bathers to
and from Tug-boat Whurf on leceipt of
message Bell Telephone lf7 all included
for Twenty-live Cents.
Pleasant Furnished Rooms on the Water
For QontleiiKin, with Bathing and Boating
included, ut modorate rent.
MUH. It HI ST,
Bell Tele. 157. Aloha Boat House.
LOST OR MISLAID
C1EBTIFI0ATE NO. II!) FOB TWENTY
I Shares Mntual Telephone Stock,
standing iu tho name of Georgo C. Heck
ley. Transfer has been stojipeij. Finder
will please return to
M0-!!w Or to Wilder ,t Co.
LOST OR MISLAID
CERTIFICATE NO. 181 FOR TWKNTY
Shares Mutual Telephone Stock,
standing iu tho name of O, H. Judd.
'lruiihfer has been stopped. Finder will
please return to
, P. M. SWANHY,
At tho olllco of T. II. Davles ,V Co.
Honolulu, H. I.
THE SAN FRANCISCO
HAS ESTABLISHED THE
WHICH OFFKBS OPPORTUNITIES TO
The Residents of Hawaii
For the Purchase of Goods in the
Markets.? San Francisco
I e Can Buy Goods
Lower than the Lowest Market Price!
No matter what you want,
nouHonuui Articles, i nrnlturo,
Musical Instruments, Carpets,
Groceries, Buggies, Harness.
Dress Goods, Boots, Shoes,
Wearing Apparel, Etc., Etc.,
' ,.T'... -. '..
At Astonishingly Closo Figures,
if vnil nrn In npoil nf iinvHitnv
from this City, write us and we will quote
you prices on it, and, if tho pricos suit,
you can forward us tho Cash to mako the
Don't bo backward about asking us con
cerning what you want.
Experienced and CareM Beyers
Are In charge of this Department and
thoy aro at your service.
Write for Information 1 Get Acquainted
with Our Methods 1
We can savo you money by executing your
Address all communications
EXAMINER PURCHASING DEPARTMENT,
California, - - - U. S. A,