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An Act to Increase tho Fncilltios to
DopoBitors and Providing for
Term Deposits In tho Hawaiian
Postal Savings Bank.
Be it Enacted by tho Executive mid Ad
visory Councils of tho Provisional
Government of tho Hawaiian Islands:
Suction 1. Tho Pestmastor-acneral, as
Manager of tho Postal Savings Bank, with
tho consent and approval of tho Minister
of Finance, may lsuo to any poron 'form
Deposit Cortlllcatos in tho niiiuo of tho
Hawaiian Postal Savings Bank for deposits
of not less than Fivo Hundred Dollars nor
more than Five Thousand Dollars.
Section 2. The amounts so dopbsited
Bhall draw intorcst at a rato not to exceed
six per cent, por annum to bo computed in
accordance with tho law regulating the
Bank. Such deposits shall not in thn ag
gregate oxcead $150,000 at any one time.
Section 3. The term for which any
deposit bhall be received under this Act
sbnJJ not exceed twelve months.
Section 4. Tho form of tho said certi
ficates shall be as follows, and sh til con
tain tho conditions hereinafter set forth:
POSTAL 8 AM. MIS
Received from in
Coin Dollars on
Deposit; payable in Coin on pre
sentation of this Certificate, properly in
dorsed. This deposit is mado for
months, and will bear interest from......
180 . . , at the rate of
percent, por annum, and in accordance
with tho conditions printed hereon.
Minister of Finance,
Present this Certificate at the Postal
Savings Bank at the expiration of tho term
stated herein. Interest will cease at that
Holders at a distance may indorse this
Certificate and send by mall to the Postal
Savings Bank, when it will be paid.
This Certificate may be transferred by
endorsement, and principal w ith interest
will be paid to the holder hereof.
Section i. This Act shall take effect
from tho date of its publication.
Approved this 15th day of June, A. D.
Signed- BADFORD B. DOLT,,
Presidont of the Provisional Government
of tho Hawaiian Islands.
J. A. Kino,
Minister of the Interior.
707 lm-27 4t
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
Pledged to neither Sect nor Party,
But Established for the Benefit of All.
SATUKDAY, JULY 1, 1893.
A second edition of "Hawaii," by
Anne M. Prescott, has been issued.
Chas. A. Murdock & Co., San Fran
cisco, are the publishers. The Bulle
tin acknowledges with thanks the
receipt of a copy. It is an improve
ment on the first edition, and in an
appendix gives a documentary his
tory of the revolution, up to the
withdrawal of tho United States
protectorate by Commissioner
Blount. There is also appended a
lot of information about tho islands,
including lists ot plantations, objects
of interest to tourists, etc. The body
of the work is a collection of solf
contaiuod and readable essays by the
author from notes on the ground.
It is a book that might with advan
tage be recognized by the Bureau of
THAT KALALAU AFFAIR.
Friday's issue of the Advertiser
contained a characteristic eruption
on the Kalalau incident. It showed
between tho lines of turgid rhetoric,
meant to be severe but only attain
ing scurrility, that tho Advertiser
and its backers wore boiling with
chagrin over the shocking answer
that camo by the steamer Waialoalo
to that paper's sanguine predictions,
on which tho ink was not yet dry,
of a peaceful and lovely settlement
of a difficulty that neither Adminis
tration nor Board of Health for many
years had cared to grapple with.
Tho articlo in this papor, which has
so stirred the Advertiser's bile,
stated tho facts and tho true
publio sentiment on tho matter with
ono exception. That ib that Hon.
W. O. Smith, Presidont of tho
Board tof Health, was uujustly, as
has sinco boon learned, charged with
the responsibility for tho rash action
taht resulted so tragically. Mr. Smith
was in favor of dealing with tho
matter in tho most cautioua manner,
but his counsels iu 'tho Board on
this occasion unfortunately did not
prevail. Excepting this explanation
cheurrnlly given upon information
not at hand on tho publication iu
question, tho Bullmin stands by tho
position it took regarding tho Kala
lau matter. Thoro has uovur boon a
moro untimely movement than that
to clean out Kalalau just now,
With tho thoughtful numbers of
tho community, wo only hope thut it
will not result iu further (lisaslroint
' lyilil. NOT BE BUSHED. 1
Notwithstanding all reports to loo
contrary it is evident by the nows
from' Washington that Prosldont
Cleveland cannot be moved to any
hasty action on the Hawaiian ques
tion. A fow outward mails back lot
tors wero circulated widoly in tho
American press, to tho effect that
the Provisional Government had de
termined on a course that ypuld
force the hand of tho administration
at Washington. Intelligent pooplo
laughed quietly and wondered what
forcing process was loft after tho
British and tho Japanese scares had
proved abortivo to that end. Tho
idea of tho Provisional Government
of Hawaii sotting up scarecrows to
influence tho policy of tho Govern
ment of the United States was bo
superlatholy ridiculous that pooplo
having tho poorest fund of humor
for once had soiuothing to dovelop
their risibility. In tho face of tho
clear instructions to Minister Blount
by President Clovolaud, which de
clared to all tho world that no other
foroign interference in Hawaiian af
fairs would bo tolerated, any move
of tho Provisional Govemmont to
ward playing off other Powers
against the United States would bo
worse than absurd. It would bo
sheer madness. Those "pearls of the
Pacific," as the islands aro pootically
described by tho Minister, who was
baffled in the attempt to place them
in his oilicial coronet, are not quite
of such great price as to justify any
other Power in flying in the face of
the United States for their sake.
Thoro is not tho slightest evidenco,
indeed, that any other nation har
bors tho slightest demurring senti
ment to tho claim of preponderating
interests in Hawaii sot up by tho
At present the Hawaiian situation
at tho Washington end probably re
mains as described in tho following
passages from the correspondence of
tho New York Herald, under date of
Washington, Juno 7. After saying
there is much iutorest at Washing
ton to learn the contents of Minister
Blount's report, tho correspondent
It is evident that the deliberations
of tho administration on tho Hawai
ian question have not yet reached
a stage whoro tho Presidont is will
ing to negotiate a treaty in regard
to tho future government of those
Secretary Gresham told mo very
positholy this evening that Minister
Blount had nob received instructions
to negotiate a treaty of any kind
with the provisional government.
"Had ho rocoived such instruc
tions," tho secretary remarked, "I
would not, of ccurse, feel at liberty
to say anything about them or in
any way discuss tho question, but as
no such instructions have been is
sued I have no hesitation in denying
. It is further evident that the ad
ministration is pursuing a waiting
policy. No uneasiness is felt about
American interests in Hawaii. The
position taken by the administration
that it will not countenance foreign
interference has become widely cir
culated, and the officials feel safe on
that score. If the provisional gov
ernment cannot hold together until
the time comes for a recommenda
tion to our Congress as to what is
best to bo done, then, it is argued,
it is too weak to form an alliance
with, and it is better to wait and
run the risk of another revolution
than to bo tied up with a temporary
It was stated very positively at
tho State Department to-day that
nothing further will bo dono in the
Hawaiian matter until Mr. Blount
makes his final recommendations.
It is probable his report will be
made public and American senti
ment will be tested beforo the
President makes his recommenda
tions to Congress.
It appears strange to the simple-
minded, that thoro should bo found
horo persons, who when tho plain
truth is told in a straightforward
manner backod by substantial evi
dence, as has frequently boon done
hero iu regard to ex-Ministor Stovons
overthrowing tho monarchy that
it should affect those persons as
though they wero bitten by rattlo
snako. But such appoars to be tho
enso in tho porson of one, who signs
hiuibolf "American Citizen" in the
Advertiser of Juno 28, who wo be
lieve is woll aware of the fact that
ex-Ministor Stovens overthrow tho
government, but lacks the manhood
to say so. Ho says: "It. is high time
that falsifiers and calumniators bo
sent over to tho roof whero they pro
perly belong." Hold your horses,
my little bogus "American Citizen,"
until tho good Minister Blount ar
rives in Washington with thoso
proofs of ex-Ministor Stovons' das
tardly act, in overthrowing tho mon
archy, wlieu those falsiiiers and cal
umniators of tho monarchy and good
government may "bo bout over to
tho reef whoro thoy properly be
long." The little bogus "American
Citizen" will then no doubt, if hero,
find tilings very uucotnfoitabta aud
very much "excessively disgusting."
ft is sad to think that tnero aro
those claiming American citi.eu
shii), also Christianity, who will lie
and have lied galore, iu order to
cover tlio evil trauks of old man
Stovons but then there aro soino
queer people who claim to bo"Ainor
ican (Jiti.ons" "Benedict Arnold"
was an "American uituou,"
All kind of Commercial Printing
promptly executed at low ruUt ut the
BT. ANDREW B CATIIEDBAL.
Fjfth Sunday after Trinity. Holy
0Qmnuuipn, 0:80 a. in.; Morning
prayor with sonnon, 11 j Hawaiian
evensong, 8:30 p. m,; evensong and
'sornton. 7:30 p. m.
SECOND CONOnEQATlON. ,
Tho services of tho Second Con--grogatiou
of St. Andrew's Cathedral
to-morrow, will bo as follows: 9:45 a.
m., holy communion with sermon.
Kyrio and Sauctus, Maundor in G;
hymns 311 and 317; Nunc Dimittis,
Hayes in A. Evensong with sermon,
6:30; Magnificat. Laugdon' in 17;
Nunc Dimittis, Elvoy iu D; anthem,
"God is a spirit," bv Bonnott; hymna
2&t and 231. llov. Alox. Mackintosh
pastor. All aro cordially invited.
Sunday Sorvicos G and 7 a.m.,
Low Masses. English sonnon at
tho 7 a. m. Mass, every Sunday
during tho wholo year. 10 a.m.,
High Mass, with sonnon in Por
tuguese and Hawaiian. 2 p.m.,
Rosary and Catechism. 4 p.m., iu
wiutor season (November to Fobru
ary), 4:80 p. m. in summer season
(February to Novombor), Bonodic
tiou of the M. B. Sacrament.
Weekly Services 6 aud 7 a. in.,
The Eoorganizod Church of Jesus
Christ of Lattor Day Saints, Mili
lani Hall, rear of Opera House. Ser
vices will bo held Sunday as follows:
10 a. m., Bible class; 11:15 a. m. and
7:30 p. m., preaching, by Elder J.
SEVENTH DAT ADVENT1STS.
Seventh Day Advoutist Church,
corner Punchbowl and Boretania
streets, in G. West's cottage. Sab
bath school, 1:30; social meeting af
ter Sabbath school. Bible reading
every Sunday ovoning. Evoryoue
Y. M. 0. A. IIALL.
Sunday, 11 a. m., services in Oahu
Jail; 1:15 p. m., services in Barracks;
3:30 p. m., Bible Study in Y. M. C. A.
6:30 p. m., Gosplo Praise Servico in
Y. M. C. A. Tuesday, 7:30 p. m.,
prayor mooting at Y. M. C. A.
CENTRAL UNION CUURCH.
Sunday School at 9:45 a.m. Public
Worship at 11 a.m. aud at 7:80 p.m.
Young People's Society of Christian
Endeavor at 6:30 p. m. All aro cor
dially invited to these sorvices.
Evangelistic services will be con
ducted by the Y. M. C. A. iu Bothel
hall on Saturday and Sunday at 7:30
p. m. Everyone welcome.
Tlin aflvnrt.fainir rf TToml's S.irsn-
parilla appeals to the sober, common
sense of thinking people, because it
is true; aud it is always fully sub
stantiated by endorsements which in
the financial world would be ac
cepted without a moment's hesita
tion. They toll, the story Hood's
Hood's Pills euro liver ills, jaun
dice, biliousness, sick headache, con
THE UNDERSIGNED BEG TO IN
form their friends that their Stores
will not bo opened on the 4th July.
HENRY MAY A CO.,
H. E. McINTYRE & BRO.,
LEWIS & CO.,
HENRY DAVIS & CO.,
Honolulu, July 1, 1803. 767-lt
the partnership heretofore
existing between S. Roth and John
F. Colburn under the Urm name of John
F. Oloburn & Co. has been dissolved by
mutual consent and limitation of time.
The business w ill be carried on by John F.
Colbnrn to -whom all the assets of said firm
belonp and all debts due are to be paid,
and who assumes all the liabilities of said
firm. ISig.l JOHN F. COLBURN,
Honolulu, June 30, 1B93. 7C7-2t
Building and Loan Association.
THE ANNUAL AND REGULAR
mouthy meeting will be held MON
DAY, July 3d, ut 7:3U r-.M., at Chamber of
Election of Directors and Auditors.
Pull attendance required.
THEO. F. LANSING,
Hawaiian Opera House
L. J, Levey Lestoo & Manager.
SATURDAYTSjLY 8, 1893.
Door Opens at 7:30; Performance at 8.
The Fourth Aimearance of thn
Hawaii Ponoi Dramatio Company In tholr
Grand Historical Performance.
SERIES OP INTERESTING INCIDENTS
Will bo Pioduccd a Melo-drama.
"The Days of Kamehamelia I,"
"KANIPAU, THE ROYAL HAuNCHBACK."
Soldiorsl Kahili Bowers I Attendants 1 Etc.
New Songs! New CostameBl
tm Uox jilun will bo oiien nt Luvcj's
on Monday, Juno -iUli, at 0 o'clock a. m.
AM, PIJKSONH II A VI NO OLAI.MH
aguliibt tho otuto of It, 0, llurnlluld,
dtuuaM'd, aru requested to proneut them to
mo within thirty days from tlila date, ur
they will he forever Iwirrod ; iiudull pornum
indebted to the uld ilwcuHud lira rcm.'itU'd
to iniiku Immediate puymuiit to mo.
THOMAS RAIN WALKKU,
. Ilrltlah Ylco-l.'oiiiil.
Honolulu, June i!7,ltt'JJ, 7tMw
uXii$fiist fflm Dari!w- C-0I,,
,How ddog ho feel? He feels
cranky,i and is constantly experi
menting, dieting himself, adopting
strange notions, tuid changing the
cooking, the dish:s, the hours, and
manner of his eating August
Flower tho Romedy.
How dqes he foel ? -He feels at
times n gnawing, voracious, insati
able appetite, who'ly unaccountable,
unnatural and unhealthy.' August
Flower the Remedy. ,
How does he feel ? He feels no
desire to go to, the table and a
grumbling, fault-finding, over-nicety
about what is set before him when
he is there August Flower the
How does he feel ? He feels
after a spell of this abnonnal appe
tite ari ,utter abhorrence, loathing?
and detestation' 'of food; "as if a
mouthful would kill him August
F)owor the Remedy.
How does he feel? He lias ir
regular bowels and peculiar stpols
August Flower the Romedy.
By Jas. F. Morgan.
Warehouse and Lease
Valuable City Front Property
On SATURDAY, July 15,
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON.
Tho undersigned has been instructed to
sell at Auction, at his Salesroom, on Sat
urday noxt at noon, tho Valuable Lease
ith the Commodious Warchouso Build
ings thereon) of that blo9k of land situated
between tho stores of Hyruan Bros, and L.
B. Kerr, having a depth of 100 feet and a
frontage on Quoen street of, 01 feet, con
taining in all
5,350 SQUARE FEET.
This Valuable Property being on the City
Front, is one of tho most central and con
venient places in the city for tho"use of
firms requiring storage. Tho entire ground
is covered with an Iron Roofed Warehouse,
with Fireproof Wall in tiie rear, and can
be uted for storing merchandise of all
kinds; a largo Flour Room, zinc lined, has
been constructed In ono end of the Waic
huiise. ttf The Lease has 10U years to run, at
a quarterly rental, payable to tho Govern
ment, of ?U'.50.
Notice of Foreclosure and of Sale.
IN PURSUANCE OF A POWER OF
Sale contained in a certain Mortgage
executed November 2, 1889, by Paul Mold
enhawer and Mary Kaikuana Moldon
liawer, his wife, of Makapala, North Ko
hala, to Tet Shlng, of said Makapala,
which Mortgage is recorded in Liber 118,
at pages 172-d-4 of tho Hawaiian Registry
of Deeds: Notice is hereby given by the
Assignee of said Mortgagee that it is his
intention to foreclosure said Mortgage for
condition broken, to-wit: the non-payment
of the principal sum and interest
thereof w hen due.
And notice is horeby further givon that
it is tho intention of said Assignee, upon
such foreclosure, to tell tho property des
cribed in and convened by said Mortgage,
at the Salesroom o'f James-F. Morgan, in
Honolulu, at 12 o'clock noon, on SATUR
DAY, the LM)th day of July, 1833.
Terms of Sale Cash In U. S. Gold Coin,
and Deeds at the expense of purcliaser.
tJtt" For further pjirticulars apply to
O. W. Ashford, Attorney for Assignee of
Mortgage. CHANG KIM,
Assignee of Mortgage.
THE J'KOPEETV TO ill. feOLDUNllEIt AN11 I1Y VIR
TUE Ot THE MOIiTOAOE AIIOVE RECITED
IS AS FOl.IOUH, 1.AMEJ.Y:
All those premises at Makapala, North
Kohala, Hawaii, described in a deed from
0. W. Kawaiahao and Mnkeai his wife, to
C. Ahi dated Deumibcr 31, 1885, and re
Lorded in Liber '17 ut pages 345 and 31G,
containing an area of 2-700 acres more or
less, and being pirt of the premises des
cribed in Royal Patent ,1538, Land Commis
sion Award M58. 7C3-10t
Ob Railway & Land Co.
TUESDAY, JULY 4, 1893,
Pearl City and Return: 1st Class, 75c;
2d Class, 50c, '
Ewa Plantation and Return: 1st Class,
$1.00; 2d Class, 76c,
Trains LEAVE HONOLULU at
8:15 a, m. and, 1; 15 v, m.
GEO. P. DEN1SON,
Hotel Street, - - Oppo. Betbel St.
is iirir.uiMi a
GREAT BARGAINS I
IN AI.I KINDS OF-
Handsome and Artistic Goods,
Ktu., Etc., Kte., Em.
JT. M. do SA e SILVA.
M 1" I'm i it r'KTraHL
' Sdlurdny, Jly i, 1S93.
The town has been so full
of excitement during the past
ten days that most people
have had something to talk
about besides business. First,
we have the conspirators' trial
to muse over and speculate
on the guilt or 'innocence of
the accused men, followed
closely by the brutal murder
on Kauai and the departure
of the forces to exterminate or
capture the people who com
mitted the crime. In a few
days we will be relieved of
our anxiety for the safety of
the men who have gone out
to penetrate the fastness of
the Kauai mountains in search
of human game, by their safe
arrival on the Inter-Island
dock. The people of Kalalau
will hardly dare face the guns
and cannon of Honolulu's
soldiery. With all the exj
citement, who would believe
that Hawaii, ranking as it did
prior to the overthrow of the
government and probably dqes
to-day, with any sovereign
state on the globe should
shrink into such infinitesimal
proportions in the eyes , of
three or four American politi
cians as not to be considered
worthy their dignity as a place
of official residence. It is
another instance of the office
seeking the man and getting
snubbed. Verily the mille
nium has come to the Demo
cratic politician and the resi
dent of Hawaii must prepare
for something they know not
For instance, he is unpre
pared to find the stock of
Pocket Cutlery such as we
will be able to show him any
time he will come into our
store. We could not have
done it before because the
goods had not arrived, but the
"Alameda" brought the knives
and we are ready to show and
to sell them to people in any
circle of life, froni the man who
habitually makes shavings
while he is telling you a story
to the lady who wants a little
bit of a knife to trim her nails
We have also added largely
to our stock of Haviland
China; we've been short of
some pieces but we can sup
ply anything you want now.
It's the same with certain other
articles, we have been out of
for a couple of weeks. Have
reels, for instance, an article
that should be on every lawn
if you wish to save your lawn.
Putz1 Pomade, the genuine
German article, used all over
the world for cleaning brass
or nigkel work and pronounced
by every one to be the best.
Then we have added Cheese
Boxes for store keepers.
We've had them before, and
are constantly asked for them
by grocers and others. We
have three sizes one large
one particularly fine,
To ranch people who need
Corn Shellers we wish to say
we have the goods and can
supply any number up to fifty.
Brooms, too, in quantities for
dealers, or we will sell a single
one for the house.
Hawaiian Hardware Co., L'd
Onnoll flnreekela1 lllook,
TEMPLE OF FASHIOf
Corner Fort- & Hotel Streets.
TWO GREAT SPECIALTIES !
I beg to inform the Ladles that I hayo received n Largo 'and Com
plote Lino of tho Celebrated
Diamond Dye Fast Black Hos
For Ladies, Gentlemen, Misses and Ohildron in Silk, Lislo and Cotton.
INFANTS' OPENWOUK BOOKS IN HALBHIGAN .7
INFANTS1 OPENWOKK DIBLE 800KB IN FAST 'Dili
I CALL ATTENTION THAT I WILL HAVE A.
SPECIAL HOSIERY SAL1
bt Commencing SATURDAY the 13th,
WHERE GREAT INDUgEMENTS WILL BE OFFERED; Bit
Prices as .A.civrtiseci in. xxxy "Wirtdcyw
Window Curtains! Window Curtain
I am ollering Extra Inducements In that; lino. Received aoit ISO Pairs
of WINDOW CURTAINS " tJ
IN SWISS, APLIQUE & NOTTINGHAM. "'"""' '
JNT-w Designs I Very Olnoioe 'Patterns-1
gST Prices of Above Goods as Advertised in "Windows
a-u-rtaan. Materials !
I AM OFFERING SWISSES, 48 INCHES WIDE, AT 25o.
ST3P XT "O T T t" TC3 M
JCl XX xl J I JL V- XX ,
Corner Fort and Hotel Sts., - Honolnlrv I
S-2$- I'J -cs
cures La Grippi
HOLLISTER & CO.,
SS3 Port Street,
THIS WEEK !
323 Oases Ex S. S. "Monowai."
6 Oases Ex S. S. "Alameda." ' '
v .? 40 Cases Ex S. S. "Miowera-:"1
58 Oases Ex S. S. "Gaelic
THEO. H. DAYIES &
- - - HonolvilTa., K
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