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An Act to Incroaao tho Facllitlos to
Depositors and Providing for
Torm DopositB in the Hawaiian
Postal Savings Bank.
Be it Enacted by tho Executive and Ad
visory Councils of the Provisional
Government of the Hawaiian Islands :
Section 1. Tho Postmattcr-General, as
Manngei of tho Postal Savings Hank, w Ith
tho consent and approval of tho Minister
of Finance, may issue to any person Torm
Deposit Certificates In tho name of tho
Hawaiian Postal Savings Hank for deposits
of not less than KIvo Hundred Dollais nor
moro than Five Thousand Dollars.
Section Z The amounts bo deposited
shall draw intorcst at a rate not to exceed
six per cent, per annum to bo computed in
accordance with the law regulating tho
Bank. Such deposits shall not in tho ag
gregate exceed $150,000 at any one time.
Section 3. Tho torm for which any
deposit shall bo received under this Act
shall not exceed twelve months.
Section 4. Tho form of tho said certi
ficates shall be as follows, and shall con
tain tho conditions hereinafter set forth:
HAWAIIAN l'OSTAI, HAVIMIS HANK CLIITII'l
CATES. ?..... No
Received from in
Coin Dollars on
Deposit, payablo in Coin on pre
sentation of this Certificate, properly in
dorsed. This doposlt is made for
months, and will bear interest from
, ISO.., at tho rate of
per cent, pel annum, and in accordance
with the conditions printed hereon.
Minister of Finance.
Present this Certificate at the Postal
Savings Bank at the expiration of the term
stated herein. Interest will cease at that
Holders at a distance may indorse this
Certificate and send by mail to tho Postal
Savings Bank, win n it will be paid.
This Certificato may bo transferred by
endorsement, and principal with interest
will be paid to the holder hereof.
Section 4. This Act shall take eirect
from the date of its publication.
Approved this 15th day of June, A. I).
(Signed 8ANFORD B. DOLE,
President of the Provisional Government
of the Hawaiian Islands.
J. A. Kino,
Minister of the Interior.
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THE DAILY BULLETIN;
Pledged to neither Sect nor Party,
But Established for the Benefit of All.
MONDAY, JULY 3, 1893.
It is noticeable that there is no
limit of hours in which firecrackers
may be discharged on tho coming
Fourth, coutrary to tho usage of
former years. The firemen had bet
ter have their horses well groomed
In answer to a question a member
of the New South Wales Cabinet an
nounced in Parliament that tho
Canadian-Australian line was only
aided as an alternative route to that
of the San Francisco service. This
seems to indicate that the Austra
lians desire to have all the communi
cation possible with tho North
That blood is thicker than water
is illustrated anew by the ofTor of
tho Capo Colony to assist Australia
in the present financial crisis, by
investing ono million dollars (200,
000) in New South Wales and Victo
rian inscribed stock issued to relievo
the distressed banks. The London
Times says tho action servos as a
striking example of the bond of
sympathy existing between different
parts of tho British Empire.
A London despatch of June 10
says: "In the House of Lords yes
terday the Earl of Onslow moved a
resolution which would have tho
effect of rendering the British Resi
dent at Cook's Islands, in tho Paci
fic, directly responsible to tho Bri
tish Government. Lord Uipon,
Secretary of State for the Colonies,
said that tho protectorate was estab
lished on tho condition that tho
Now Zealand Government should
bear tho exponso. An alteration in
the tonus would possibly bo ofTonsivo
to tho Now Zealand Government.
Tho motion was, therefore, with
drawn." This denotes a now de
parture iu Imperial policy, that of
making groat colonies the parents
of small ones. Cook's Islands will
have to regard tho United Kingdom
as their grandmother country.
A FORMER MINISTER.
Nows hoB boon received of tho
death of a forinor Hawaiian Cabinet
Miuistor Dr. F. W. Hutchinson.
Tho intolligouco hascomo in a lottor
from Mr. A. B. Wobstor, Hawaiian
Consul at Brisbane, to Mr. Charles
T. Gullok, Honolulu, enclosing a lot
tor from Eruost O. Smith, Hawaiian
Consul-General at Sydnoy, which
contains tho following brief an
nouncement from tho Sydney papers:
"Died Mny 80, at his rosidonco,
86 Arthur stroot, Liochhnrdt. .Syd
ney, after a long illness. Foruinaud
William Hutchinson, M.R.G.S., of
Edinburgh Scotland, lato of Hono
lulu, Hawaii. Ago 74 years. Deeply
Mr. Smith further states that ho
was, by tho mail leaving Sydney
that day (June 12), informing tho
Hawaiiau Minister of Foreign Af
fairs of tho announcomout of Dr.
Hutchinson's death. Tho lato Dr.
Hutchinson was Minister of tho In
terior in a Cabinet of Kamohamoha
V. Ho was a man of strong mind
and strict integrity, and a most
capable administrator of affairs. Al
though somewhat irasciblo in tem
per, ho was yot very kind-hearted.
Dr. Hutchinson was one of thoso
foreign-born Ministers of Hawaii,
of honored memory, who wore even
moro true to Hawaiian interests
than many who wore born on the
islands. Old residents still romom
ber his conduct of affairs with grati
fication, and feel thai they loso a
good friend in his demise.
MUST BE UNDER CJESAB.
From tho facts given elsewhere in
this issue, it would appear that there
is no limit sot to "provisional"
power. It is not enough for tho
Provisional Government to try to
stamp out tho freedom of tho press,
by dragging editors of opposition
papers to tho police colls and requir
ing heavy bail from them for libel,
while tho editors of their own or
gans are not introduced to tho colls
at all, and aro released on their .own
recognizances, when arrested on
similar charges. But now tho P. G.
takes the notion to intorforo with tho
amusement and entertainment of
tho public, which thoy do by
placing a private baud of music
under their ban. Although the
only baud of any account in the isl-
auds has until lately been the ono
supported out of the public trea
sury, it is an unheard-of thing to
have a Government claim a mono
poly of the furnishing of band
music. The heavy hand laid on the
Hawaiian National Band by the
authorities is only a fresh instance
of what the P. G. has at different
times been accused of, namely, a de
sire to leave nothing undone that
tends to irritate native Hawaiiaus
and provoke them to a violation
of that character of peaceableness
which has throughout the pre
sent troubles been their crown
of glory in the sight of tho world.
That character is one, however, that
seems to furnish one of the most
irritating thorns in tho side of the
Provisional Government. Mr. Chas.
Croighton's strong words tho other
day aro fully vindicated, tho protest
of tho P. G. counsel to the contrary
WHERE THE LAW IS STRICT.
Extract from tho Eire Limit Law of
Seeing our notice of the plans of
tho new Sailors' Homo a correspond
ent sonds tho following extract from
tho buildiug law or fire order of San
"Thickness of walls of stores,
warehouses, hotels, lodging houses,
shops and manufactories.
"The outer walls of all buildings
used or to be used for stores, ware
houses, hotels, lodging houses, shops
and manufactories, for a one-story
building the basomont or foundation
shall be sixteen inches iu thickness,
first story twelve inches in thick
ness. "Tho outer walls of a two-story
building, tho basement or founda
tion shall be sixteen inches iu thick
ness, first story sixteen inches in
thickness; second story, twelve
inches in thickness.
"The footing or basecourso under
all foundation walls shall be of
stono, brick or concrete, and shall
not bo less than twice tho width of
the bottom course of tho foundation
walls, and each course of brick foot
ings shall not project more than two
inches beyond the course above it.
If footings are of stone each course
shall not bo less than twelve inches,
and shall not project moro than six
inches beyond the course above it.
" Cornices, entablatures, belt
courses, or other ornamental projec
tions of wood, shall not bo placed
on any brick building within the
city and county.
"All exterior cornices, entabla
tures, belt courses and other projec
tions of an ornamental character, to
exceed six inches in height and six
inches in projection, shall be con
structed of some fireproof material;
if of iron, to bo rivotod together,
with rivets not more than two inches
apart, and shall bo supported on
wrought iron brackets built into the
walls at distance, not to exceed two
feet apart, and iu every instance the
greatest weight of stono, iron or
other material of which they shall
be composed shall bo on tho inside
of the outer line of tho wall on
which they rest, iu tho proportion of
four of wall to two of cornico in
weight. Allowance must bo made
for tho excess of leverage, and in all
cases the walls shall be curried up
to tho covering of tho roof."
J.UI UUf, IMIIinUj Mill, III OUdll-I
there i nothiiiL' equal to Chamber-
For a cut,
111. V.I im Ifnnlfl
laiu'H l'aui Balm. Jt heulu the parts
moro quickly than any other appli
cation, mid unless the injury is very
Huvuru, no scar is loft, For Halo by
all dealers. Benson. Smith & Co.,
ngeutH for the Hawaiian Islands,
rpilK WEEK LY " li ULLHTI N-M COL
X iimns of IiiUtrtttitltig Reading Mutter
lulnnimi; walled to forulgii oountrlui, 1&'
T XOOK XWELVB INNINGS.
Kamohamoha Boys Mar Thoir Vic
tory by Misconduct.
Tho ball game on Saturday after
noon between tho Kamohamohas
and Hawaiis, as oxpoctod, was a,
corker, it requiring twelve innings'
to decide tho winner. Tho Kams
went to bat first and woro rotirod in
throo successive innings without a
score. Tho Hawaiis scored ono in
tho third inning and throe iu tho
fifth, and tho Kams having scored
ono in tho fourth inning, tho game
stood four to ono in favor of tho Ha
waiis. Tho Hawaiis hold tho load
up to tho oitrhth innhur. when tho
Kams through a wiltl throw by
Philip Davis gathorod in two runs,
and another later in tho inning. Tho
score was now a tie. In tho ninth
inning both sides woro gooso-ogged.
Tho opposing teams played excel
lently up to the twelfth inning; when
tho Kams scored two runs, winning
tho game, as tho Hawaiis failed to
imitate tho performance at their end
of tho game. Scoro, G to 4.
Tho Hawaiis played an oxcollont
game throughout, with tho excep
tion of a few wild throws. Palmer
Woods relieved Kaao in the fifth in
ning, but his curves woro straight
ened for a numbor of good hits,
which woro; however, owing t tho
good fielding, pulled down every
The Hawaiis had as a mascot a
jackass throo foot in height, sporting
a uniform with the name of the club
The Kams also played a good
game, but thoir deportment was dis
agreeable. Thoy rebelled against
tho decisions of both umpires.
Baker, Cummings and Mohoula
made themselves tho most offensive,
even going as far as using profane
language before tho audience. Mor
ris Keohokalolo loft tho position of
umpire in tho ninth inning, but J. O.
Cartor, Jr., rather than see the game
dropped, finishod umpiring the game.
Hearings in Probate Gm on an
Judge Cooper heard tho follow
ing probate cases this morning:
Estate of John S. Walker. H. E.
Mclntyro and Mrs. Walker aro con
firmed as executor and executrix of
the will, which is admitted to pro
bate. C. Brown for petitioners. .
Estate of Luka. Kupihealiilii,
administratrix, presents hor ac
counts, which aro approved, and she
is ordered to be discharged on filing
receipts for balance on hand. C.
Brown for petitioner.
Matters of estates of Jamos Gay,
J. Gomes, W. J. Roche and A. F.
Iiamos aro all continued till Friday.
The Supreme Court resumed its
term session to-day. Present Judd,
U. J., tfickorton and 1 rear, J J.
Judgment was rendered in the
case of District Justice D. Kalauoka
laui of Molokai, charged with hav
ing been intoxicated before a crowd
at a boat landing. It having ap-
E eared that His Honor was not a
abitual drunkard, but on this occa
sion a drink of gin on an empty
stomach had upset his gravity, the
Court at the request of the Attorney-General
dismissed the charge
with a reprimand. Attorney-General
W. O. Smith for tho Govern
ment; W. A. Kinney for the respon
dent. Provisional Government vs. C. A.
Herring. Excoptions of defendant
to conviction and sentence for man
slaughter second degree. Attorney
General for prosecution; C. W. Ash
ford for defendant. Being argued.
WALKER AND SINCLAIR HELD.
Result of the Preliminary Examina
tion for Conspiracy.
Messrs. Thos. B. Walker, Archi
bald Sinclair and E. C. Crick, alleged
conspirators, were brought up in
the District Court this morning for
judgment on their examination.
Judge Cartor rendered his decision
on the preliminary hearing of last
week. His Honor found E. C. Crick
not guilty and discharged him.
Messrs. Walker and Sinclair were
committed for trial to the Circuit
The committed men aro reported
to have stated that they did not
want to be dismissed this morning
but "wished the matter to go before
FIRE ON MAUI.
The Iao Saloon Burned to the Ground
Tho steamer Likelike, which arriv
ed Sunday morning, brought tho
news of a disastrous fire to tho Iao
Saloon and adjoining buildings,
causing a total loss of about HOUO.
The fire was discovered at 11:15 on
Thursday morning, and although an
attempt was made to stay tho flames,
it was ineffectual. Tho houses were
burned completely to tho ground.
There will bo three tug-of-war
matches to-morrow. Ono will bo at
the Fishmarket and ono at Pauoa.
Tho first will bo botweon tho Kapuu
kolo champions and a second team
from tho same place, and tho Pauoa
match will be between Pauoa and a
Honolulu Iron Works team for a
$100 purse. For tho third tho
Advertiser office will put up a team
against the Hoohui Amu.
Of Course Sfou Read
Tho testimonials frequently pub
lished iu this paper relating to
Hood's Sarsuparilla. They aro from
reliable people, state simple facts,
and show beyond a doubt that
Hood's Cures. Why don't you try
this medicine? Be surd to get
Constipation, and all troubles with
tho digestive organs and the liver,
aro cured by Hood's Pills, Un
equalled as a dinner pill.
Alt kindt o Commeroittl Printing
provtjitly executed ut low rates ut the
ALL ON' THE FOURTH.
Program of To-morrow's Celebration
of Amorican Indopondonco.
Following is a list of ovents in
Honolulu to celebrate tho Fourth of
July. Itoms will bo found which
havo boon inadvortontly omitted
from tho official program:
National saluto at sunriso.
Parado of antiquos and horribles
at 6 a. in.
Boat races at 8 a. m. Eight ovonts
with prizes from $25 to ?10.
H. It. A. shooting match begins at
8 a. m.
Literary oxorcisos at J.N. Wright's,
King stroot, at 11 a. m., followed by
a barbecue and dancing.
National saluto at 12 m.
U. S. S. Boston boat racos, 12 m.j
sports, 3 p. in.
Cricket match, Makiki, 12:30 p. m.
Sports with prizes, baseball
grounds, at 2 p. m., followed by
League base ball gamo.
Rocoptioti at U. S. Legation, 3 to
5:30 p. in. .
National saluto at sunset.
Excursion ratos aro declared on
His Ex. J. H. Blount, U. S. Miuis
tor, is to bo President of the Day.
J. C. Davis, Rector of St James'
Episcopal Church, Eufaula, Ala.:
"My son has been badly afflicted
with a fearful and threatening cough
for several months, and after trying
severalprescriptions from physicians
which failed to relieve him, he has
been perfectly restored by the use ol
two bottles of Bo
An Episcopal sehee's German Syr
up. I can recom
Rector. mend it without
severe, deep-seated coughs like this
are as severe tests ass"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 oi
J. F. Arnold, Montevideo, Minn.,
writes: I always use Gerriian Syrup
for a Cold on the Lungs. I have
never found an equal to it far less
G. G. GUI-EN. Sole Man'fr.Woodbury.NJ.
Building and Loan Association.
rpHE ANNUAL AND REGULAR
JL mouthy meeting will be held MON
DAY, July 3d, at 7:30 p.m., at Chamber of
Election of Directors and Auditors.
Full attendance required.
THKO. F. LANSING,
$100 REWARD 1
I WILL PAY THE ABOVE SUM FOR
information that will procure the con
viction of the person or persons who set
fire to my boute at Hilo, Huvtuii, on Thurs
day, Juno 2-.', 180.1.
7U-lw J. A. VIOTOK.
A I.I- PERSONS HAVING
XX against the estate of It. O.
deceased, are requested to present them to
me within thirty days from thN date, or
thoy will bo forever barred; and all persons
indebted to the said deceased aro requested
to make immediate payment to me.
THOMAS ItAIX WALKER,
Honolulu, Juno 27, lb'JJ. "03-lw
Roth and John
X. existing between S.
F. Colburn under the iirm name of John
F. Colburn & Co. has boon dissolved by
mutual coniont and limitation of time.
Tho business will be carried on by John F.
Colburn to whom all the assets of said firm
belong and all debts due are to be paid,
and who assumes all the liabilities of said
firm. ISig.l JOHN F. OOL11URN,
Honolulu, Juno 30, IB')). 7tl7-2t
Ob Railway & Land Co.
TUESDAY, JULY 4, 1893,
Pearl City and Return: 1st Class, 70c;
2d Class, 50c.
Ewa Plantation and Return: 1st Class,
$1.00; 2d Class, 75c.
8:45 a. m. and 1:45 v. m.
GEO. P. DENISO.V,
Oppo. Bethel St,
id iior.niNo a
C3-E3STXJ 1 3STE
GREAT BARGAINS I
-I.N Abb KINDS OF.
Handsome and Artistic Goods,
J. M, do SA e SILVA.
Hawaiian Hardware Go., L'A
Saturday, July 1, 189S.
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 ex
citement, who would believe
that Hawaii, ranking as it did
prior to the overthrow of the
government and probably does
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 orifice
seeking the man and getting
snubbed. Verily the mille
niu'm 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, from 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.
Putz Pomade, the genuine
German article, used all over
the world for cleaning brass
or nickel 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 siz,es one large
one particularly fine.
To ranch people who need
Corn Shelters 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
0iioltu HprcukeU' lilouk,
TEMPLE OF FASHION
Oornbr lort 8a SXotel Streets.
TWO GREAfSPECIALTIES !
I beg to inform llio Lndics tlmt I have received a Largo nnd Com
plete Lino of tho Celebrated
Diamond Dye Fast Black Hose
For Ladle, Gentlemen, Misses and Children in Silk, Lislo and Cotton.
INFANTS' OPENWOHK SOCKS IN UALUltiaAN
INFANTS' OPENWOKK LISLE SOCKS IN FAST BLACK
1 CALL ATTENTION THAT I WILL HAVE A
SPECIAL HOSIERY SALE
ear Commencing SATURDAY the 13th, -ss
WHERE GHEAT INfiUCEMENTS WILL BE OFFERED.
Prices as .A.clvertiseci in xxxy Windows !
Window Curtains! Window Curtains!
I am ollering Extra Inducements in tliat line. Recoivod about 150 Pairs
of WINDOW CURTAINS
iMIairruJraot'u.rers' Samples !
IN SWISS, APLIQUE & NOTTINGHAM.
.New Designs ! Very Oho'ioe Patterns I
g Prices of Above Goods as Advertised in Windows "U
0-u.rtstirL IMIeiterials !
I AM OFFERING SWISSES, 48 INCHES WIDE, AT 25o.
. jEu xi JtrC Ii X C xi ,
Corner Fort and Hotel Sts., .... Honolulu, H. L
FOR SALE BY
HOLLISTER & CO.,
5S3 :Fort. Street, -
THIS WEEK !
323 Cases Ex S. S. "Monowai."
G Oases Ex S. S. "Alameda."
40 Cases Ex S. S. "Miowera.,?--58
Cases Ex S. S. "Gaelic."
THEO. H. DAYIES & CO.
HConoliolu., H. I.