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Postal Savings Bank Notice
By authority of Section 11 of "An Act
to Amend and Consolidate the Laws relat
ing to the. Hawaiian l'otal Savings Hank,"
Approved on the 7th day of September,
Wti, and on that day taking ulluol; notice
Is hereby given that the rate of interest on
Savings Bank deposits is llxcd as follows:
On umoitntM under and up to l'lo Hun
dred Dollars (?!00), in Oold Coin of the
United States of America, in any one ac
count, already on donoslt in the Hawaiian
Postal Savings Bank on Soptotnber 30, 1NU,
interest will bo payable from October 1,
18!) J, forward until further notice, at the
rate of 0 per cent, per annum, In Hold Coin
of the United States of America.
On amounts over Five Hundred Dollars
($500) and not oxeccding Two Thousand
Kivo Hundred Dollars ($2,500) In Gold Coin
of the United States of America, in any one
account, on deposit in the Hawaiian Postal
Savings Bank on September 30, lb'JJ, inter
est will bo payable from October 1, 1892,
forward until further notice, at the rate of
5 por cent, per annum, in Gold Coin of tliu
United States of America.
On deposits placed in the Savings H.uik
after September 30, lS'KJ, interest will bo
paid until further notice, at the rate of (1
per cent, per annum on accounts not ex
ceeding Five Hundred Dollars ($500). No
interest will be paid on accounts exceeding
Five Hundrod Dollars ($500), in single ac
counts, deposited after September 30, ls!J-
E. 0. MACFAKLANK,
531 tf 11 i!t Minister of Finance.
Postal Savings Bank Notice.
By Section 17 of "An Act to Amend and
Consolidate tbo Laws relating to the Ha
waiian Postal Savings Bank," approved on
the 7th day of September, lb'Ji, and on tnat
day taking effect, the Minister of Finance
is authorized to issue Coupon Bonds of the
Hawaiian Government, to be styled the
"Postal Savings Bank Loan," to be issued
only to depositors in the Hawaiian Postal
Savings Bank who may apply for the same.
The "Postal Savings Bank Loan" bonds
are redeemable in not less than live nor
more than twenty years, at the option of
the Minister of Finance, and bear interest
at the rate of 0 per cent, per annum, to bo
paid semi-annually, interest and principal
payable in Gold Coin of the United States
of Ameriea or its equivalent.
Any depositor with an aggregate amount
to his credit in the S.ivings Bank, 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 S.ivings Bank Loan"
bonds in exchange theicfor, in sums of
One Hundred Dollars ($100) or multiples
Applications will be received at the Pos
tal Savings Bank for "Postal Savings Hank
lAan" bonds trom Antu until Octobur
31, 1892, inclusive.
K. C. MAOFAKLAN'B,
631 tf-tl 2t Minister of Finance.
The following persons have this day
been appointed Agents to Grant Marriage
JOHN H. THOMPSON, District of Ho
V. NAILIMA, District of Hilo, Hawaii,
in placo of D'. 11. Wahine, deceased.
S. K. POOKALANI, District of North
J. A. KAAUKAI, District of Puna, Ha
waii. Mr. P. S. KKAWKHEANA has this day
been appointed Poundmaster for tho Dis
trict of Puna, Hawaii, vice Mr. S. Makua,
CHAS. T. GULICK,
Minister of tho Interior.
Interior Olllce, Oct. 10, 192.
&I5 5t-12 It
The Board of Health has directed its
Agents to mako a special inspection of
houses and premises in the City of Hono
lulu with a view of putting the same in a
good sanitary condition, and the public
are therefore requested
1. To render all assistance possible to
the Agents of the Board of Health.
2. To obey the instructions of the
3. To put drains, cesspools, privy-vaults
and other receptacles of refuso in a good
4. To havo all garbage and other decay
ing refuse promptly romoved, and all
sources of noxious smells disinfected.
By order of the Board of Health.
Honolulu. Sept. 23, 1892. 530-llt
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, lb02, and upon the re
commendation of the Hoard of Health, I
do hereby declare all Poi ts of Kntry in this
Kingdom, excepting Honolulu, closed to
shipping other than coasting until further
notice. K. 0. MACFAHLANi:,
Minister of Finance.
Honolulu, Oct. 1, 1K92. ft.)8-tf
Holders of Water Privileges, or those
paying Water Hates, uro hereby notified
that, owing to the drouth and the scarcity
of water in the Government lteservoir,
the Hours for using water for irriga
tion purposes uro from 7 to 8 o'clock a, m.,
and 6 to U o'clock v. m until urther notice.
JOHN 0. WH ITB,
Supt. Honolulu Wuter Works.
0. N, Sl'JSNUER,
Minister of the Interior,
Jlonolulu, II. I,, Aug, 6, 1892.
Foreign Ofllco Notice
IInNni.ui.it, Oct. 11, 1802.
Mil. J. 11. MA HOLM 1ms lu-on unpointed
Her Hawaiian Majesty's Vloo Con'ml-Gon-ernl
for the l'at'lflc Hlopu, States of Cnllfor
nln, vndn, Oregon anil Washington, at
tfan Frnnulsiuo. 5Ui:u-42 tt
Owing to the drought and scarcity of
water, the residents mauka of .Tudd street
ore requested to collect what water thoy
may require for household purposes before
8 o'clock . M.
JOHN C. WHITi:,
Supt. Honolulu Water Works.
Honolulu, Sept. 0, 1892. 615-tf
M DAILY BULLETIN.
Pledged to neither Sect nor Party,
But Established fur the Benefit of AIL
WEDNESDAY, OCT. 12, 1892.
Tho lililmstorors did not mako
much out of their gnmo on tho regis
tration bill. A pity it is that ro
poatud waut of success fails to con
vince) some would-bo loaders that
thoy have no influence excepting, as
seldom happens, when thoy fall into
lino with sensible people.
An ohaustivo letter begins in this
issue on what is known as tho "Go
thenburg system," for regulating tho
liquor trallic and minimising its
ovils. Air. Hofgaard, one of tho
signers, having of lato personally in
vestigated tho working of tho sys
tem in Norway and Swodon, tho lot
tor is of peculiar value in its inform
ation. United Statos newspapers havo
published a report that Great Bri
tain was negotiating for tho pur
chase of tho island of Niihau. There
is not tho slightest foundation for
tho report. It is of a pioco with au
othor uttorlj falso story, given cur
roncy about the same timo, that tho
natives wore petitioning for a British
protectorate. Such lies should bo
nailed whonover and whorovor thoy
appear, as thoy do no small amount
of injury to this country.
Thoro is no doubt that tho coffee
industry in thoso islands will before
many 3'oars astonish people by its de
velopment. It does not show up
much yet in oxports, but thoro is
moio growing than is generally
known. Sovoral sugar plantations
have considerable areas undor young
coiToo. There is a rising crop ou tho
lately leased Crown lands on Ha
waii. Favorable reports of tho
plantation of tho Hawaiian Toa
& Coffee Company in Kona havo
been made. New companies aro
announced as forming and about
to 1)0 formed in tho United States
to raise coffee here. Hawaiian
coffee has never received any
thing but a favorable reception
abroad, so that when wo havo a re
spectable surplus thoro will no foar
NEWSPAPERS AND NOODLES.
Tho distinguished placo given to
tho names of a number of journal
ists in tho list of honors conferred
by Queen Victoria on tho nomina
tion of Lord Salisbury prior to tho
retiring of his administration from
oflico marks an impoitant extension
of a principle which has gradually
boon finding favor witli thoso who
havo tho powor of distributing hon
ors. Little more than a generation
ago to bo connected with tho press
was to bo of little esteem. Now
peerages and orders, titles and seats
in tho House of Commons, aro with
in tho grasp of ovory ambitious press
man. Hero, many people are desirous
of pulling "tho lover which moves tho
world," from time to timo as thoir
interests sootn to demand, but sol
dom even romombor to thank tho
man who boars the boat and burden
of tho day and keops tho machine
going in tho intervals of thoir various
attempts. Let but a scribbler from
a foreign shore arrive who protends
to wiold tho magic talisman of a
great newspaper's name and soo how
eagerly thoy run after him. What
plans aro made to show him nothing
but tho best sido of everything and
to impress on him that his hosts aro
tho most gontlomanly and intelligent
people on tho face of God's footstool.
And how thoy got fooled ovory timo.
Lot them attond to supporting thoir
own local journals and journalists
proporly and thoy will find that tho
press of tho great countrios will take
thoir tono from what is written and
road right horo.
Quarantine regulations woll en
forced aro all right as defensive
moasuros against epidemic diseases.
But tho most efficient quarantine
may bo passed by a plague. Tho
matter of greatest importanco to tho
community is that of provonting a
pestilence fiom having a clear
swoop if it does mako a visitation.
All tho evidences aro that plagues
like cholera not only havo thoir
origin in filthy places, but select
such places with unerring preci
sion as fresh blooding grounds.
Tho groat protection against cho
lora is, then, cleanliness. Honolulu
is not clean. It has perennial nests
of foulness. In wot weather -cholera
spicads most rapidly when rains
soak tho ground and mako streams
run everywhere tho best-kept parts
of this city are not distinguished by
cleanliness. There is filth and muck
everywhere in our rainy season.
Streams carry refuse of all sorts
from unclean quarters to spots that
havo been fairly wholesome in dry
Tliero seems to bo little prospect
of a sewerage system being provided
for Honolulu in tho coining period.
Unless a thoroughly effective ono
can bo obtained, wo should be safer
with none. What must be done, if
Honolulu is to resist tho possible
visitation of cholera, is to havo a
complete and sj'stomatie cleansing of
tho town. This will bo no light or
easy task, but its accomplishment is
tho prico of any dogreo of immunity
from decimation if any epidemic
should start on its course. Tho
wholo town plot should bo divided
into small districts in some local
ities half tho area of election pre
cincts would not bo too small a sub
division and enough assistants to
thoollicors of tho Board of Health
should bo appointed to secure con
stant supervision and frequent in
spection of ovory health ward so
formed, as well as to onforco every
regulation that ma' be promulgated.
Such an organization for prevention
would bo vory valuable also for
carrying out measures of stamping
out an epidemic if it got a footing.
While tho Legislature is in session
all leg.il powors yot required, with
tho means for immediato action in
an omorgoney, should bo granted to
tho Board of Health. Thoro is
enough forowarning to justify all
forearming, in tho iutolligonco of
tho havoc of cholera in othor coun
tries. THE ALLIANCE ARRIVES.
Description of the Ship and Her
Tho U. S. S. Alliance arrived and
anchored in tho naval row this
morning, seventeen days from San
Francisco. This warship is of tho
old typo, but will bo always remem
bered as a time-honored cruiser.
Tho United Statos steamer Alliance
has boon out in Oriental waters for
fully two years. Sho was commis
sioned on January 1(5, 1800, and sail
ed from Norfolk, Va., on March 8th
of tho same year. First sho called
at tho Bermudas, then sho called at
Malaga, Spain, whore sho was refus
ed anchorago except on condition of
Then she wont to Gibraltar, to
Tangier, to Messina, to Alexandria,
to Port Said, to Suez, to Aden, to
Colombo (Ceylon), to Singapore, to
Pulo Ponang, to Hongkong, to
Ainoy, to Kobe, to Yokohama, since
which timo she has been "on tho go."
Tho officers of tho Alliance aro:
Lieutenant-Commander J. C. "Rich,
commanding; Lieutenant S. P. Coin
ly, executive officer; Lieutenant M.
S. Wood, navigator; surgeon, J. C.
Wiso; passed assistant engineer, II.
N. Stovonson; passed assistant pay
master, Boah Frazor; lieutenant, If.
Hondorson; assistant ongineor, Har
ry Hall; onsigns C. C. Marsh, ,J. C.
Drake, Thomas Washington and
Francis Broughtor; Lieutenant Eli
K. Colo, marine officer; pay clerk,
E. S. Updike with a crew of 1G9 all
told. Tho vessel left Yokohama
August li, and was thirty-four days
on tho trip to San Francisco.
Tho Alhanco is 1375 tons displace
ment, 185 feet long, 35 feet beam,
11.3 feet draught, and was ono of tho
seven vessels built between thoj'oars
1873 and 187(5. Tho sist or-vessels
aro tho Adams, Essex and Enter
prise. Tho Hanger, Alert and Nip
sic aro smallor vessels of tho same
Tho Alliance, it will bo romoiubor
ed, struck on tho breakwater at
Yokohama on February 20 of tho
present year and sustained considor
ablo damage. Hor formor captain,
Felix McCurloy, returned a few
wooks ago to San Francisco. Lieutenant-Commander
J. 0. Rich is
acting commander. Captain William
Barclay is on his way from Washing
ton, D. C, and will join tho Alliance
lioro to assume command.
A man who gavo tho naino of An
tono Ariola was brought to tho Po
lice Station at 8 o'clock last night
with two tins of opium. Ho was
arrostod noar tho Pacific Iron Works.
Thoro wore two othor whito men
with Antono, but through a blunder
of tho policeman who made tho ar
rest thoy oscapod in tho darkness.
Antono inndo an effort to break away
and tho oilicor had to rosort to his
club. Ho was brought up in
tho Police Court this morning and
pleaded guilty to having opium un
lawfully in possession and was son
tonced to pay a fine of $50.
Something New in Ranges.
Tho Pacific Haiu)vaiic Co., (L'd.),
havo just rocoived an invoice of the
M. & D. WitouauT Steel .Ranges
which aro superior to anything of
tho kind yet invented. Thoy havo
boon adopted by tho United Statos
Navy and aro in uso on tho Charles
ton, San Francisco and Boston and
othor now vessels. Albo on sovoral
of tho now vobsols lately built for
tho trade between San Francisco
and tliis port.
An examination of thoso Ranges
will at onco show thoir many advan
tages over all competitors.
When you want a Portrait Enlarged
call on King Bros,, get their Price lAsl,
and see Samples, They can't be beat I
Mr. Lorenzo F. Sleeper is very
well known to the citizens of Apple
tou, Me., and neighborhood. He
says: " Eight years ago I was taken
" sick, and suffered ns no one but a
" dyspeptic can. I then began talc
" infy August Flower. At that time
" I was a great suflcrer. Every
" thing I ate distressed me so that I
"had to throw it up. Then iu a
" few moments that horrid distiess
" would come on and I would have
" to eat and suffer
"again. I took a
"little of your incd
" iciue, and feltmuch
"better, and after
" taking a little more
" August Flower my
" Dyspepsia disap
peared, and since that time I
" have never had the first sign of it.
"lean eat anything without the
" least fear of distress I wish all
" that arc afflicted with that terrible
"disease or the troubles caused by
"it would try August Slower, as I
" am satisfied there is no medicine
"equal to it."
By Jas. F. Morgan.
AUCTION SALE OF
On THURSDAY, Oct. 13th,
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON,
On the Premises, WA1KIK1 VILLA., I will
sell at Public Auction thu
Large 2-Story Wooden Building
Latch' occupied ns thu Main Dwelling
iIoue of tho Wnikiki Villa.
.A-lso, Stables, Etc.
C& Buildings to be removed within 10
days from date of Hide.
E0- TEHMS OASHI
Jas. IT". Morgan,
Household -:- Furniture
On Friday, Oct. 14tli
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M
At my Salesroom, Queen street, I will .sell
jit Public Auction, thu Iiiilnncc of
Furniture of tho
Comprising in part:
One Square Piano
Henry AVnrd Maker;
Single Bedsteads, Mnttrasscs,
Aili Bedroom Sets,
1 Fine Cherry Bedroom Set,
Tables, Chnir.s, Carpets, Hugs,
One Fine Combination Kitchon Table!
Etc., Etc., Etc.
All to bo Sold at unv Price.
Jels. IP. IMiOl'BH.ll,
Mares & Colts !
On SATURDAY, Oct. 15th,
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON,
At J. I. Dowsett's Stables, Queen street, I
will sell ut Public Auction
aOHead of Mares A Colts
Somo Broken to Harness. Also,
1 Sorrel Mare
Broken to Harness,
1 LAKOE BAY OAIIKIAOK HOUSE,
1 CA1UUAGE HOUSE,
1 CONCOltl) 2-SEAT U'ACON,
Etc., Etc., ' Etc., Etc.
Jas, :f Morgan,
AUCTION SALE OF
ly order of Sir. E. D, Tennoy, Exeiutor,
nnd Wlllium O. Smith, Esci., Adiulnlbtrn
tor with Will Annexed oi the Estate of
Parker N, Makco, dceeused, I will Mill at
On MONDAY, Oct. 24th,
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON,
At my Salesroom, Honolulu,
Fifty-eight and One-half Shares
of the Stock of the Wai-
hee Sugar Co.
Of tho Pur Viiluo of $1000 per Kharu.
tp- THUMB OABHI
C& For further paitleuhirn iimuhuor
E. 1). Tunucy. or W, 0. Bmlth.
Honolulu, Oct. 10, 1HW.
Jas. F. IMorgan,
t& A .
Tho Monarch & Dailies
THE SAN FRANCISCO
HAS ESTA11L1SHEI) THE
MIIII'II OI'FKKS OlTOtlTUNITtKH TO
The Residents of Hawaii
For tho Purchase of floods iu the
Markets San Francisco
Wo Can Buy Goods
Lower than the Lowest Market Price !
No matter what you want. We
Wnti'hi'H, Jewelry, Silverware,
Household Aitieles, Furniture,
JIusieal Instruments, Carpets,
Qroceiies, Huggies, Harness,
Dress Goods, Hoots, Shoes,
Wearing Apparel, Ete., Etc.,
Me Msr tie Sni !
At Astonishingly Close Figures.
CCf If you are in need of anything
from this City, wiito ns and we willquotu
you prices on it, and, if thu prices suit,
you can forward us the Cash to make tho
Don't be backward uliout asking us con
cerning wiiui you want.
Experienced and Careful Buyers
Aie in charge of this Department nnd
they are at your service.
Write for Information ! Get Acquainted
with Our Methods!
We can save jou money by executing jour
FjS& Addiess all communications
EXAMINER PURCHASING DEPARTMENT,
California, - - - U. S. A.
To Lot or Lease.
rpVO NICELY VXSW
JL nishej Hooms, cen
trally located. I lupin e at
Buu.i.TiN Olllce. iijli-tf
DUVAL PREMISES, 31
Ueietania stieet, op
posite Fort sticut church.
. pi' "ie
li. 1. JJlJJl.ll'., 3ZZi-ZZ5s-tZZ
At Theo. H. Davies ,t Co.
NEW HOUSE OF FIVE
rooms, on Magazine
htieet, with Uutlnoom, pat
ent W. C, ete. Commands
one of the finest views in Honolulu. Apply
rpHE COTTAGE ON 1E-
JL rotiiuia sticot No. !C)
noithwe-t comer ou inauku
bido of road, coiituiniuir ft
iiooms, iiesHies jiaiiuoom, jviicueu, run
try, uU;. Tr.unwuv curs passing. Apply to
SiO-Iit II. W. SCHMIDT & SONS.
A NICE COTTACE ON
lleretauia street, near
Pilkoi street, containing
Pallor, 'i liedrooms, Bath
room. Dinineroom. Fantrv and Kitchen
Servant's room, Carriage Houso, Stable, etc.
Trumcuis pass every '20 minutes. Apply at
olllce of this paper. -laA-tt
FOR SALE or LEASE
JL Premises lately occu
pied by Mr. E. Suhr, will
ho for sale or lease at rea
sonable nrico or rental. Thu Grounds con
tain a variety of Fiuit and Ornamental
Trees, Tho Commodious Dwelling Is well
furnished with modern improvements and
conveniences. Jtoomy llarn and a li-Kooin
Cottage for servants. For further particu
lars, apply to JOHNENA,
Olllco Inter-Island Steam Navigation
LOST OB MISLAID
CIEUTII'MOATE NO. 1111 FOH TWENTY
Shares Mutual Telephone Stock,
standing in thu niimu of (leorgu C, lleck
ley. Transfer has been stopped, Findor
will please return to
filiil-'.'w Or to Wilder .k Co.
LOST OB MISLAID
C1EUTIF10ATE NO. 181 FOH TWENTY
Shares Mutuul Telephone Stock,
standing in tho name of C, II. .1 mill.
Transfer has been stopped. Finder will
please return to
F. M. SWANKY,
At tho olllce of T, II. Davies ,t Co.
rpili: LEASE OF THE SHOOTINO ON
JL thuAhupuaa of Mnpulohu, Molokai,
is for disposal. Apply to tho undersigned,
5 13-1 w A, MOUltlT.
Messrs. King lira, are showing a fine
line of liamboo and other style Parlor
Easels, Wall Brackets, and Window
Cornices at Prices to meet the times.
Temple of Fashion
GREAT EXCITEMENT FOE
Tlxe Ezxtire Stock of
Laces, Ribbons, Gloves,
Ladies' Jackets, Blouses,
3 In Fact Everything in the Taney Goods Line
will-be on Sale THIS "WEEK.
Prices Cut In Hal! ! Mo Reserve !
3r LADIES DO NOT
PACIFIC HARMAHE CO., Ltd.
Cummins' Block., Port Street.
y?ATTrM iiifi fTi 11 r851' r "' gj- mmfir
M. & D. Wrought Steel Ranges !
BENSON; SMITH & CO.
Copperas, Chloride of Lime,
Contly's Fluid, Sanifas,
Bromo-Chloralum, Carbolic Acid,
ETC, EJTO., ETC., ETC.
113 & 115 Fort St., - - - Honolulu, H. I.
MISS THE CHANCE ! "a
Teirt-pl of Fashion.
E for CHOLERA
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