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Postal Savings Bank Notice
Uy authority of Section 11 of "An Act
to Amend niul Consolidate the taws relat
ing to the liuwnilnn I'ostal Savings Ilnnk,"
approved on tho 7tli day of September,
1892, and on thnt dny tnking vfl'vct; notice
is horeby given tlmt the rnto of interost on
Sftvings Untile deposits Is fixed ns fpMuv;
On amounts under mill '.in to Five Hun
dred Dollars ($500), in Gold Coin of tho
United States of America, in any one ac
count, already on deposit In the Hnwnlinii
Postrtl Savings Hank on September 30, 1802,
Interest will bo payable from October 1,
1802, forward until further notice, at the
rate of 0 per cent, per annum, In Gold Coin
of tho United Status of America.
On amounts ovor Klvo Hundred Dollars
($500) and not exceeding Two Thousand
Klvo Hundred Dollars ($2,600) in Gold Coin
of tho United States of Amoricn, in any one
account, on deposit in the Hawaiian I'ostal
Savings Uank on Scj tomber !)(), 1WM, inter
est will bo payablo Iron October 1, 18J)2,
forwanl until further notice, at tho rato of
G per cent, per annum, in Gold Coin of the
United States of America,
On deposits placed in tho Savings llnnfc
after September 30, 1MU, interest will bo
paid until further notice, at tho rato of IS
per cent, per annum on accounts not ex
ceeding Klvo Hundred Dollars ($500). No
Interest will be paid on accounts exceeding
Kivo Hundred Dollars ($500), in single' ac
counts, deposited after September 30, 1892.
K. C. MACFAHLAXE,
531 tf-41 2t Minister of Finance.
Postal Savings Bank Notice
Uy Section 17 of "An Act to Amend and
Consolidate the Laws relating to tho Ha-
waliun Postal S-ivings Uank," approved on
the 7th day of September, lt!)2, and on that
day taking eil'cct, tho Minister of Finance
Is authorized to issue Coupon Bonds of tho
Hawaiian Government, to be styled the
"Postal Savings Uank Loan," to he issued
only to depositors in the Hawaiian I'ostal
Savings Uank who may apply for tho same.
Tho "Postal Savings Uank Loan" bonds
arc redeemable in not less than live nor
moro than twenty years, at the option of
tho Minister of Finance, and bear interest
at the rato of 0 per cent, per annum, to be
paid semi-annually, inteiest and principal
payable in Gold Coin of the United States
of America or its equivalent.
Any depositor with an aggregate amount
to his credit in the Savings Uank, of not
less than Two Hundred Dollars ($200) in
Gold Coin of the United States of America,
which shall have been on deposit at least
three months, is entitled, on application, to
an issue of "Postal Savings Uank Loan"
bonds in exchange therefor, in sums of
One Hundred Dollars ($100) or multiples
Applications will be received at the Pos
tal Savings Uank for "Postal Savings Uank
Loan" bonds from date until October
31, 1892, inclusive.
E. O. MACFAULAXE,
531 tf-41 2t Minister of Finance.
Tho Uoard 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 n
good sanitary condition, and tho public
nre therefore requested
1. To render all assistance po-.siblo to
tho Agents of the Uoard 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.
Uy order of the Uoard of Health.
Honolulu, Sept. 23, 18!)2. 530-1 It
Holders of Water Privileges, or those
paying Water Hates, are hereby notified
that, owing to tho drouth and tho scarcity
of water in the Government Iteservoirs,
the Hours for using water for Irriga
tion purposes are from 7 to 8 o'clock a. m.,
and 5 to (1 o'clock v. m., until further notice.
JOHN C. WHITE,
Supt. Honolulu Water Works.
0. N. Sl'EKCKK,
Minister of tho Interior.
Honolulu, H. I., Aug. 0, 181)2.
By virtue of authority given by an Act
of tho Legislative Assembly entitled, An
Act to Prevent tho Infection of Cholera In
the Hawaiian Islands, approved ontho27th
day of September, 18(J2, and upon the re
commendation of tho Uoard of Health, I
do horeby declare all Ports of Entry in this
Kingdom, excepting Honolulu, closed to
shipping other than coasting until further
notice. E. 0. MACFAULANE,
Minister of Finance.
Honolulu, Oct. 1, 1892. 538-tf
Owing to the drought and scurclty of
water, tho residonts mauka of Judd street
are requested to collect what wator they
may require for household pnrposen before
8 o'clock A. M.
JOHN 0. WHITE,
Supt. Honolulu (Voter Works.
Honolulu, Sept. 0, 1892. fiin-tf
Among tho incidents of childhood
that stand out in bold relief, as our
memory reverts to tho days whon wo
wore young, none aro moro jiroini
' nont than severe sickness. Tho
young mother vividly romoinbors
that it was Chamberlain's Cough
Remedy cured hor of croup, and in
turn administers it to hor own off
spring and always with tho host re
sults. For sale by all dealers. Bon
Bon, Smith & Co., Agents for tho
For Mouldings, Frames, Pastels, Arlo
typts, Photogravures, Etchings, and
everything in the line of Pictures, go to
ing Bros,, Hotel street.
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
Pledged In ncilhcr Sect nor Party,
lint Established for the Benefit of All.
MONDAY, OCT. 10, 1892.
THE TRUTH IS NOT IN IT.
Tho Advorlisor invites a lash- to
its back. It wilfully misrepresents
tho position of tho Bulletin in order
to oxeito prejudice against this paper.
Tho Bulletin did not uso tho Sack-villo-Wost
incident for a justifica-
.tiou of nsaults on tho American
representatives, but to show that
foicign representatives aro not abovo
criticism in tho country to which
thoy are accredited. Tho Advortisor
lies in stating that tho Bulletin
committed assaults on Amoricnh re
presentatives. This paper oponod
its columns to Americans who wore
displeased with tho conduct of thoir
representatives, for tho utterance
of thoir displeasure, but for itself it
had no opinion on tho question,
further than crediting tho Hawaiian
Legislature with tho sending out of
the Boston to look for tho ship
Win. A. Cainpboll's missing boat,
and expressing gratification ovor
tho expedition of tho cruiser.
Americans can still have tho uso of
our columns and, in tho caso of
anonymous letters, noithor will their
author's identity bo betrayed nor
thoir respectfully written opinions bo
apologized for. It takes a thing like
tho Advortisor to givo publicity un
hesitatingly to an anonymous ex
pression of honest public opinion
and then, for tho double purposo of
electioneering capital and to clear
the -way for tho prosecution of a
contemporary, got down on its faco
and oat dirt by apologizing for tho
publishing of a froo American's
views. Our contemporary empha
sizes its slander by repeating it four
or fivo times in a little ovor a score
of linos, charging this paper with
" assaults, " insults," " assaults ,f
again, and "malignancy of
attacks," on the Amorieau represent
atives. Lot tho Advortiser produce
a single instanco of anything such as
its strong languago indicates, in tho
editorial columns of tho Bulletin, or
else let it accept the brand of a
downright falsilior in cold blood.
When tho Bulletin has taken such
liberties with American representa
tives as have been taken by tho Ad
vortiser and its frionds, it may bo
callous enough to take no notice of
such a venomous attack as that of
this morning. If tho Advortisor
desires tho record of an "assault" or
"malignant attack" on an American
Minister, it can procuio it nearer
homo than in tho Bulletin's columns.
Perhaps it is too modest to givo tho
record in question, and is therefore
trying to forco this paper to divulge
the facts of tho not romoto incident.
Then there was a case a fow months
ago whon tho Advertiser published
a letter addressed to the American
Consul-Gonoral, before it had come
into tho hands of that official. Tho
Advertiser is a groat champion of
American representatives! Its ser
vices will doubtless receive suitable
recognition at tho oarliost possible
moment from tho Department of
State at Washington! Tho Bulletin
is satisfied with affording a medium
for tho legitimate expression of
grievances to American as woll as all
other residonts. It is because it
never betrays tho most humble con
tributor to its columns onco his
communication has boon accepted
but bears tho brunt of all tho conse
quences itself, and will not for tho
sake of political capital or under
any pressure apologize lor giving
honest opinion a hearing, that tho
Bulletin holds its own as tho papor
of and for the pooplo a position
tho Advortisor can novor attain by
its present slavish character and
Tho First Mass.
His Lordship tho Bishop of Pano
jiolis celebrated pontifical liigh mass
in tho Catholic Cathedral yesterday
morning for tho first time sinco his
coifocration. Hor Majesty tho
Quoou attended tho sorvico, accom
panied by' Governor Cleghorn, His
Ex. Sain'l Parker, Minister of Foreign
Allans, and wife, .1. W. Robertson,
H. M.'s Chamberlain, and Mrs. Wil
son and Mrs, Clark, ladies-in-waiting.
Tho Queen was mot at tho
main door by tho Bishop and es
corted by him to the pow reserved
for tho Royal party. Tho Royal
Hawaiian Band assisted in tho mu
sic of tho mass.
Bit His Ear.
A nntivo named Poouui hit Kaoo
hona near Kikihalo yesterday in n fit
of rago and knocked him down. Iu
tho scufllo which followed tho as
saulted man's oar was bit. Two
othors separated them and Poouui
was arrested. This morning in tho
Police Court Poouui stated ho was
under tho influence of liquor mid
did not know what ho was doing.
Ho was fined $M and $1 costs.
Here's to tho Ilculani crow,
Tho boys of tho royul blue;
They pulled u good htroko,
Left the Myrtle in smoke
Ami broke all thoir backers In two.
When you want a Portrait Enlarged
call on King Pros,, get their Price List,
and see Samples. They can't be beatl
They Lower the Myrtles' Colors
on the Peninsula Course.
An Exclthig Race Between the Senior
Crews of the Healanl and
Myrtle Boat Clubs,
Tho attraction on Saturday was
tho boat race at tho peninsula courso
at Pearl Citj'. A number of pooplo
went down on tho earl' trains, but
tho major part took the 3 o'clock
special train, tho last ono to leave.
Seven or eight cars wore crowded.
The trip down was made without
incident, excepting that tho train
was stopped once in order to allow
a hand-car to get out of tho wa
it couldn't pass on tho sanio rails,
however, and became a wreck. Its
Japanese crow had jumped for thoir
lives in tho liick of time. No time
was lost on arrival in getting down
to the course. Tho O. R. & L. Co.
have erected a 'boat house with
quarters for tho different clubs.
The difforont crows woro soon
in their respective quarters, being
rubbed down and costumed for
the contest. Tho Mj'atlos looked
st rong and hopeful in their old-time
rod uniform. The Healanis got into
their blue toggery and presented, an
athletic arraj-. Although having
thoir first race to win from thoir an
tagonists, thoy woro an air of deter
mination that went far to givo thoir
friqnds confidence. Soon the boats
woro lifted carefully out tho Myr
tle's first and deposited in tho wa
tor. A short preliminary spin was
had, both crows looking in fine form,
and then came tho great ovont.
Tho signal for tho start was given
exactly at -1:20 o'clock. Tho Hea
lanis got first water and with a 38 to
tho minute stroko pushed thoir boat
a noso ahead, maintaining that load
for about thirtj' 3'nrds, whon tho
Myrtles, who woro pulling a 30 stroko,
spurted. Thoy crawled up until tho
boats woro nearly ovon. TI103' kept in
that position for about 10 yards, when
tho blues, with a good strong pull,
increased tho lead and maintained
it to a fow j'ards from tho turning
point, whon by a falso turn of tho
coxswain thoy caught two crabs in
an oll'ort to spurt. Tho M3rtlos woro
pulling thoir regular stroko. Tho
boats turned tho stake within a fow
seconds of each other, tho blues still
leading. When tho boats started for
homo it seemed to thoso who woro
looking at them from tho starting
point as if the blues had gone too
far to windward. But it was not so,
as thoy came up like a Hash and as
sumed tho lead by half a boat's
longth. On tho homestretch tho
oxcitomont was intense. Tho Hea
lniii boys along tho banks made tho
air hideous with thoir fish horns.
Tho rods pushed them hard, for
throo-quartors of a mile, whon thoy
fagged as if the pace had boon too
hard. The M3'rtlos spurted periodi
cally, but in vain. Thoy could not
gain tho load. Aboi.r lialfwaj home
tho Healanis had load enough to at
tempt taking tho wator of thoir op
ponents. Until this was tried dis
tant spectators thought tho Myrtles
were leading. But when tho boys
in blue woro oon swerving across
tho course with a strong pull, an en
tirety different view of tho situation
was realized. It was patent that tho
Healanis had a winning load boforo
thoy could take such a risk of n foul.
Thoy did tho feat successful!', mak
ing the race a tandem ono, and hopo-
Iessl3' lost to tlio long-time cham
pions. As tho boats nearod tho fin
ish tho cheers and hurrahs woro
deafening. One hundred 3'ards from
tho finish tho rods woro a boat's
length in tho rear. The blues in
creased thoir pace and gained an
other boat's length. It seemed as if
tho steam in tho reds had gone out,
and although thoy pullod liko clock
work, thoir efforts woro f utile, and
tho bluos crossed tho lino in 19 min
utes 42 seconds. Tho reds covered
tho distance in 19 minutes and B-l
soconds, 12 seconds behind.
A native resident of Ewa camo to
tho scone of the race slightly elevat
ed with a brown cotton sock filled
with Kalakaua silver dollars. Tho
betting was then waging at 10 to 7
in favor of the Myrtles. He took up
over3' bet, and as a finalo ho put up
15 to 20 on tho Healanis. Tho native
advised everybody to bot against tho
Myrtles, as ho said ho'd boon to a
kahuna tho previous night and ad
vised to bot against tho rod, Tho
man, who was somewhat of a kahuna
himself, collared ovor eighty dollars
of Honolulu bloods' money. In all
probability, tho neighbors far and
near around his dwelling aro regard
ing him just now as a prophet -until
tho 11101103' is gone.
At a Laud Sale.
There was considerable competi
tion at the sale of a parcol of Jniitl
situate at Alakoa and King st roots,
known as tho Horo promises, at noon
to-da' at tho auction room of J. P.
Morgan. Tho premises aro tho site
of tho old wooden buildings from
which there is a torriblo stoncli
emanating. Messrs, W. O. Smith
and H. Watorhouso started tho ball
rolling and kopt it up till it reach
ed $2225. when W. O. Smith retired.
Mr. Watorhouso, with n twinkle of
his oyo, sang out "S. C. Allen" and
wont out laughing, Tho fact is Mr,
Allen's promises adjoin tho proporty,
and ho had asked his friend to 10 pre
sent him at tho sale, for if, ho had
boon there in person, tho prico
might have gouo higher.
Saturday's session of tho October
term, boforo Chief .Justice Judd, was
occupied wit h divorces. Thru- not 1
tious woro granted, in two cpsuf
publication was ordered, and ona
was partly heard,
Tho only broach of promi.o caso
is on trial to-day. Alice K Ayers, e
maiden comoly above i !- wcrae,
sues W. Mahuka, a you 'g man of
proporty, for damages to nrr allee
tions by backing out of t.n ongnge
niontto marry her. About i dozen love
loltors nro on file in tho cus, chiefly
in tho Hawaiian languago. Ono lot
tor in excellent English from Alice
is rathor touching, upbraiding in
affecting tonus the derelict swain for
his letter asking for tho return of
inu ring. i. i, .unKDUH ioi plain
tiff; Creighton and Rosa for defend
ant. Mrs. Nnkuina is acting as inter
This is the query per
What la petually ou your little
boy's lips. And he is
It For ? no worse than the big
ger, older, balder-headed
boys. Life is nu interrogation
point. " What is it for?" we con
tinually cry from the cradle to tho
grave. So with this little introduc
tory sermon we turn and ask: "What
is Auoust Fi,ovkr vou ?'' As easily
auswered as asked : It is for Dys
pepsia. It is a special remedy for
the Stomach and Liver. Nothing
more than this; but this brimful.
We believe August Flower cures
Dyspepsia. We know it will. We
have reasons for knowing it. Twenty
years ago it started in a small country
town. To-day it has an honored
place in every city and country store,
possesses one of the largest manu
facturing plants iu the country and
sells everywhere. Why is this ? The
reason is as simple as a child's
thought. It is honest, does one
thing, and does it right along it
G. G. GREEN. Sole Man'fr.Woudbury.NJ.
By Jus. F. Morgan.
Fresll A P P 1 e S
TO-MORROW, Oct. litis,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M.,
At my Salesroom, I will bell a' Vahliz
100 Boxes Fresh Apples
Just Received per "Au tialla."
Jas, 3T. jVEoi'ScLZ?.,
Furniture Sale !
On TUESDAY, Oct. 11th,
AT 10 O'CLOCK. A. II..
At my Salesroom, Queen Street, I will sell
at 1'ublic Auction
The Furniture of the Waikiki Villa
Removed to my Salesroom for convenience
of Sale. '1 he Furniture comprises
3 ASH BEDROOM SETS
2 Antique Oak lledroom Sets,
1 Spruce liedrooui Set,
Spnng and Hair .Mattresses,
A Largo Assortment of
Quilts, White lllankets,
Mosquito Nets, Toilet Sots,
Kte., Kte. Ktc, Kte.
C& All to bo sold at imv price. Furni
ture now on view at my Salesroom,
Jas. V. SMorgEtn, .
AUOTIOX SALE OF
On THURSDAY, Oct. 13th,
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON,
On tho Premises, WAIKIKI VILLA, 1 will
sell at I'ulillo Auction the
Large 2-Story Wooden Building
Latoly occupied as tho Main Dwelling
House of tho Waikiki' Villa.
.A-lso, Staples, Etc.
ilulliliiiL'S tn liii rninnvi'il within in
days from dato of sale.
512-St AUCTION h 111.
FIRE POLICE, ATTEIi'VOir !
rpHK HKGliLAK MONTMLi' MI'.ST.
-L inpc of the Flro I'ollet vmU ho lurid
TO.MOUHOW HVKNINU, Oe'olwi I'th,
nt their New Hall, corner H tuii ai.d I'ort
streets, ut 7 o'clock sharp. '1 ho ctlond'uice
of every member Is reqtiusttd.
ALADIKH COLD WATCH AND
Chain. Sultublu reward will ho pulri
to finder. H. HKNJKB.
ic Monarch .Dailies
THE SAN FRANCISCO
HAS KSTAlllilSHKI) THK
ttll It'll OFFKIIS OITOItTUNITIKA TO
The Residents of Hawaii
For tho 1'urehase of Goods In the
Markets San Francisco
Vc Can Buy Goods
Lower than the Lowest Market Price I
No matter what you want. AVe
Watches, Jewelry, Silverware,
Household Articles, Furniture,
Musical Instruments, Carpets,
Groceries, lluggies, Harness,
Dress Goods, Hoots, Shoes,
'Wearing Apparel, lite, Kte.,
Aiii'ilig Mer tie Su !
At Astonishingly Close Figures,
& If you arc in need of anvthing
from this City, write us and wo will quote
you prices on it, and, if the prices milt,
you can forward us tho Cash to make tlio
Don't be backward about asking us con
c,"iiing what you want.
! E fenced and Careful Buyers
Are in charge of this Department and
thoy are at your seivlce.
mi0 for Inf,?,rmnaU0M ., Ge Acquainted
with Our Methods!
I AVe can save you money by executing your
jSF Address all communications
EXAMINER PURCHASING DEPARTMENT,
California, - - - D. S. A.
To Lot or Lease.
tially located. Inquire at
1IUI.LBTIN Otlicc. 35;5-tf
DUVAL 1'RKMlSnS, 31
Ueretania street, op
posite Fort street church.
Apply to H. I.L1LLIK. -Uiu&
Ita2-tf At Tbco. 11. D.ivics ,te Co,
NKW IIOUSK OF F1VK
rooms, on Magazine
street, with liathroom, at-
nnl l' ( .f., fs.ii.t.i.ni.l..
cut W. C, etc. Commands
ono of the linest views in Honolulu. Applv
to (177-tf) .1. M. VIVAS.
rpilB COTTAOK ON 1110
JL retanla street No. IK),
northwest corner on mauka
Rooms, besides liathroom, Kitchen, 1'im
try, eto. lromwuy cars passing. Apply to
r10-3t H. W. SOHM IDT ,fe Si
A NICK COTTAGE ON
llerotaula street, near
l'iikoi street, containing
I', i,)mi ltmlrnmiiu Unfit-
room, Diuiugioom, l'imtry and Kitchen
Servant's room, Carriage House, Stable, etc.
Traineais puss every 20 minutes. Apply at
olllco of this paper, 458-tf
FOB, SALE or LEASE
JL Promises lately occu
pied by Mr. B. Sulir, will
he for sale or lease ut rea
sonable nrlce or rental. The Grounds eon
tain a variety of Fruit and Ornamental
Trcos. Tho Commodious Dwelling Is well
furnished with modern Improvements nnd
conveniences. Roomy Ham and a 2-Room
Cottage for servants, For further particu
lars, apply to JOHN KNA,
Olllco luter-Islaud Steam Navigation
LOST OR MISLAID
. jf'KItTIFIOATK NO. 1 1!) FOU TWKNTY
I V Shares Mutual 'i'olephone Stock,
. bunding In the name of (ieorgo 0. Ileek
I lev. Transfer has boon stopped. Finder
; will pleuso return to
1 UKOltCKC. IIKCKLUV.
ri3(l-2w Or to Wilder ,v Co.
LOST OR MISLAIJ)
CKRTIFIOATKNO. 181 FOR TWKNTY
Shurcs Mutual Telephone Stock,
standing ill the name of 0. If. Judd.
Transfer has Ik on stopped. Finder will
jileuso return to
F. M. SWANKY,
At tho olllco of T, H. Dayies it Co.
fPIIK LUASNOF THK SIIOOTIVn OV
JL thoAhupuua of Muimlohu. Molokui.
is for disposal.
.1: I i. ... Ii. l . .'
Apply to tlio undersigned.
Messrs. King Pros, are showing a fine
line of Bamboo and other style Parlor
Easels, Wall Brackets, and Window
Cornices, at Prices to meet the times.
a- :r, -a. isr id
Temple of Fashion
GltEAT EXCITEMENT FOE,
Title Entire Stools, of
Laces, Ribbons, Gloves, 4uo.:
Handkerchiefs, Fans, !
Ladies' Jackets, Blouses,
-. . . -.
2Sr In Fact 'Everything in the Fancy Goods Line
will Toe on Sale' THIS "WEEK.
Prices Ce! Ira Half ! No Reserve !
6ST- LADIES DO NOT MISS THE CHANCE ! "ft
Temple of Faslxion. i
PACIFIC MEMARE CO., Ltd.
Ou.mmins' Block., Iort Street.
M, & D. Wrought Steel Ranges !
EPARE for CHOLERA
BENSON, SMITH & CO.
Copperas, Chloride of Lime,
Condy's Fluid, Sanifas,
Bromo-Chloralum, Carbolic Acid,
ETO., ETO., ETO., ETO.
113 & 115 Fort St., - . Honolulu, H. I,
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