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m BY AUTHORITY. FOURTH OF JULY.
PSf' PUBLIC BOHOOIi EXAMINATIONS,
ijfflwi 1893 Continued Jrom 1st Page.)
Tlio annual examinations of ttio 1'u.hHc
Day Schools In tlio District of Honolulu,
will bo hold as follows:
SCHOOLS IN T1IK KNUMAIt LANIIUAMK.
On MONDAY, July 17th, at Marqucs
villo, Borotnnla Street, Moanalua and Ka-Uhl-uka
On TUESDAY, July 18th, at Wailupe,
Kamollltll, Mnnoa and Wanrtki-kal
On WEDNESDAY, July 10th, at tho
Pohukalna Girls' School and Fauon School.
On THURSDAY, July 20th, at tho Royal
School and Kallhl-waena School.
On FRIDAY, July 21st, at the Fort
Street and Knuluwola Schools.
SCHOOLS IN THE HAWAIIAN LANGUAGE.
On MONDAY, July 17th, at the Govern
ment School-house at Kawaiahno, tho
common Schools of Kaumakaplll, Kawai
ahao and ltoma W.
AND AT KWA,
On MONDAY, July 17th, at tho Wai
ahole School, Koolaupoko.
On TUESDAY, July 18th, at Fokal and
Makua Schools, Waiunae.
On WEDNESDAY, July 19th, at Wal
awa, Ewa, and at Kaneoho and Walmanalo
The exercises will be free to all, and will
begin at 0 o'clock a. in. on each of the days
named. After the examinations, the sum
mer vacation will extend to Monday, the
11th of Septcmbor next, on which date the
next School year will begin.
By authority of the Board of Education.
W. JAS. SMITH,
Oflice of the Board of Education, July 3d,
An Act to Increase
the Facilities to
Bk it Enacted by the Executive anil Ad
visory Councils of the Provisional
Government of the Hawaiian Islands:
Sr.cTios 1. The Postmaster-General, as
Manager of tho Postal Savings Bank, with
the consent and approval of the Minister
of Finance, may is-me to any person Term
Deposit Certificates in the name of the
Hawaiian Postal Savings Bank for deposits
of not less than Five Hundred Dollars nor
more than Five Thousand Dollars.
Section 2. The amounts so deposited
shall draw interest at a rate not to exceed
six per cent, per annum to bo computed in
accordance with the law regulating the
Bank. Such deposits shall not in tha ag
gregate exceed $150,000 at any one time.
Section 3. The term for which any
deposit shall be received under this Act
shall not exceed twelve months.
Section 4. The form of the said certi
ficates Bhall be as follows, and shall con
tain the conditions hereinafter set forth :
HAWAIIAN l'OSTAL KWINOS HANK CERTIFI
CATES. f No
Received from in
Coin, , Dollars on
Deposit, payable in Coin on pre
sentation of this Certificate, proporly in
dorsed. This deposit is made for
months, and will bear interest from
1S9.., at the rate of
percent, por 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 the Postal
Savings Bank, wlun it will be paid.
This Certificate may bo transferred by
endorsement, and principal with interest
will be paid to the holder hereof.
Section 4. This Act shall take effect
from tho date of its publication.
Approved this 15th day of June, A. D.
Signed 6ANFOKD B. DOLE,
President of the Provisional Government
of the Hawaiian Islands.
J. A. Kino,
Minister of tho Interior.
707 lm-27 4t
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
Pledged to neither Sect nor Party,
But Established for the Benefit of All.
WEDNESDAY, JULY 5, 1893.
NOTES FBOM KATJ.
'Adventure of a Tourist on Hauna
I.oa Fun for the Fourth.
A correspondent at Pnhala sonds
tho following notes:
Thero is nothing stirring hero.
Weather dry and windy.
Tho party that went up Mauna
Loa had a good trip. Ono of them,
Mr. Mcltao, mado tho descent into
the crater at great risk. He had
much diiliculty in climbing out, and
says ho wouldu't do it again for a
thousand dollars. Thero was a little
fire in tho orator. Sylva tho photo
grapher got somo good views, ono of
them of tho crater itself, taken from
Wo aro going to havo quite a time
hero ou tho 4th, tho list of sports
being a good ono, with a display of
fireworks in the ovoniug.
For a cut. bruiso, burn or scald,
there is nothing equal to Chaiubor
lain's Paiu'Balm. It heals the parts
moro quickly than any other appli
cation, and unless the injury is very
sovore, no scar is loft. For salo by
all dealers. Boiibqu, Smith & Co,,
uyonts for the Hawaiian Mauds.
tho celebration of tho 1th of July as
a patriotic duty for a united people,
froo and indopondont, contoutou
and prosperous for all ages to come.
Liout. Youug was frequently inter
rupted with applause, amidst a storm
of which ho sat down.
Mr. P. O. Jones was introduced
for an extra speech. Ho dolivorod
an address profusely spiced with wit
and humor, and quoted at length
from a Bunker Hill oration by liis
uuelo, William Austin, Juno 17, 1803.
That orator was the fathor of Jamos
W. Austin, a former Justico of tho
Hawaiian Supromo Court, and grand
father of Judfjo W. Austin Whiting
now of tho Circuit Court. Of his
Bunkor Hill speech Justico Story
said: "It deserves remembrauco for
its impartiality, its spirit and its olo
quonco, and it would not havo dis
graced tho reputation of thoso Gre
cian orators of whom Cicoro speaks."
Mr. Jones put tho audience in high
With tho singing of America the
literary exorcises closed aud tho bar
becue was announced.
that tho feast
it was announced
was ready, a dense
crowd, in wuicn tuo "classes" wore
"in it" with tho "masses," besieged a
large pavilion near the other one
whence tho food was distributed.
Many wore satisfied with taking
what they could, with tho minimum
of jostling, got a wooden platter
piled with well cooked pork and
beans, aud perhaps a sandwich on
the side. Others were determined
to have a slico of the juice barbecued
bullock and they stayed by the com
missariat until thoy got it. Never
was there such a display of rudo
plenty made in Honolulu as within
that pavilion. Loaves of bread
were piled as high as a man's head,
aud it took manv hnnH -- "
appetite. After tho feast there was
dancing in the assembly pavilion.
Races in the Harbor.
Tho city front presented a gala
appearance, the U. S. warships Bos
ton and Adams being decorated with
flags from stem to stern. Captain
Griffiths of the barkentine S. Cr.
Wilder had tho best display of any
of tho merchant vessels in port.
With tho exception of tho British
bark Sharpshooter the other mer
chantmen had hardljr any decora
tion. The steamer Kinau flow the
Stars and Stripes from her foremast
and tho steamer's flag from the
main. The weather was salubrious
and thero was hardly a ripple on the
water. The Inter-Island wharf was
crowded at 8 o'clock, when the races
were advertised to commence. The
chief topic and speculation was as
to the outcome of the races between
tho boatboys and the police. J. W.
Jones had charge of the regatta, and
managed it successfully throughout.
The officers wore as follows: Judges
Captain J. A. King and J. Grif
fiths. Timekeeper Captain Fuller.
Referee Chas. B. Wilson.
Tho first event on the program
was a six-oared sliding seat race be
tween Stranger and Alice M., both
owned aud entered by tho Myrtle
Boat Club. Prize, $20. Course, to
Spar buoy and return. Both boats
got away together and the Stranger
lorged ahead, loading at the light
house and maintaining tho distance
to the return stake buoy. Time,
17.12. The crew of the winning boat
wore, R. Dexter, H. Giles, W. Wil
der, G. Augus, Geo. Armstrong and
O. Sorouson. Coxswain, J. Torbort.
The crow of the Alice M. or "kid"
crow consisted of Logan, Angus, H.
Wilder, Lishmau, Lyle and Petrie,
coxswained by Sam Lyle.
Tho shoreboat race was a laugh
able event. There wore eight en
tries and every one of them wanted
to got in each other's way, and
finally thoy did. On the return
homo tho race was awarded to the
"fat boy." Time, 12.24. The course
was to and around tho can buoy, off
the Marino Railway.
The polico and boatboys made
their appearance in their first meet
ing in the six-oared stationary seat
race. Jack Atkinson coxswained
the champion six-oared crow of last
year in tho famous Kapiolaui, while
James Torbort appeared in the same
capacity in the Kanoolaui. It was
auyonos race to tho buoy, when
Jack's crow took the load, crossing
the line at the finish four longths
ahead. The police boat was leaking
all the way. Timo of winner, 20.14.
In the four-oared eliding seats
race tho Myrtles again entered the
Stranger and Alico M. It was a walk
over for tho Stranger, manned by R.
Dexter, G. Armstrong, H. Giles aud
O. Soronson. Timo, 19,50.
Tho next on the program, a four-toen-oared
barge race betwoon tho
Hanakeoki with a polico crow and
tho Kuliaiknuuu manned by tho boat
boys, was to bo the event pf tho day,
and thoro was cousidorablo betting
on tho wharf ou tho result. The
odds were iu favor of tho boatboys,
but polico money was not wanting.
James Torbort handled the tiller for
tho polico and Archie Mahaulu at
tended to tho boatboys. At tho word
go tho boatboys got down to stoady
work instantly, but the police were
slow, owing to limited practice. A
few yards from tho start, howovor,
the polico got on to tho stroko and
steadied down with a good strong
pull, At tho' lighthouso both boats
wore alongside each other, Near
the Spar buoy tho polico soourod the
lead uud coming in crossed the lino
six longths ahead amidst groat ox
citomont. Timo, 20:18.
Tho shell race was won by Ruby
Dexter in eight minutes, his oppon
ent O, SoroiiHou not being in it from
start to liuish,
Tho second class yacht race start
ed promptly at 10:!J0 o'clock, the
Pokii, auiled by Henry Williams,
orossiuK tho Hue lirut, followed by
the CoilQou Bawu with Chan, White
sailing her, Coral Quoon with H. E.
Walker, and Edith L. with Alox.
Lylo. Tho Pokii led tho floot nt tho
iioll, closoly followed by tuo lutith
L. and Coral Quoon. At tho Wai
kiki stakoboat tho Edith L. beat the
whole floot of whito wings clean out
of sight and arrived at tho starting
point first. Time, 2h. 5m. 58s. Tho
Pokii camo in 6J minutes lator, fol
lowed by the Coral Quoon.
At tho Zioague Orounds.
Tho grand stand at tho Loaguo
Grounds was crowded, as woro also
tho outsido grounds, with pooplo at
2 o'clock in tho aftornoon. Tho
sports woro totako placo thoro at
tho timo raontionod. Tho attend
ance on tho grounds was estimated
at 2000 pooplo. Mossrs. F. B. Mc
Stocker, J. W. Jones, T F. Lansing
aud W. Wright constituted tho com
mittee. Mr. McStookor actod ns
starter. A lug-of-war match bo
twoon two nativo teams was tho first
event. Tho whito caps (Advortisor
team) pulled over their opponents
in eight and a half minutos. Tho
hundrod-yard foot race was won by
Tom Pryco in 10$ sec, G. Rosa, sec
ond. In tho 75-yards raco for boys.
Jacintho wo'n in 12. soc, W. Rowland
second. The potato race was won
by Willie Rowland, Walter Woods
second. Another potato raco in
which tho potato was carriod on the
back of tho hand was won by W.
Kamaua, Waltor Woods second. The
threo-leggod raco prize was carried
off by G. Cummings and E. Mont
gomery, W. Wood and Kiwa second
prize. Tho next event was very
laughable, it being a boot and shoe
race. Tho idea was for contestants
to run a distance of seventy-five
yards and then putting on their
shoes and stockings race back to the
starting point. D. Jackson won first
prize, W. Stono second.
Tho girls could not be prevailed
upon to ero in tho races, so their
ovontB woro left out.
The baseball game between the
Kamehamehas and Crescents wound
up the day's sports. It was won by
tho Kamenamohas after an interest
ing game, score 13 to 6.
h between Married
took place at the
-.a.ui leuieauon grounus. The
Singles won by one inning and six
runs. Much disappointment was
felt by tho Married men at the ab
sence of their best bowler, Mr. Hat
field. The teams woro as follows:
Married R. S. Scrimgeo'ur, J.
Lightfoot, R. Mossman, J. Roth well,
J. Lycett, J. Hutchings, W. Lish
man, W. C. Weodon, D. Logan, A.
Harrison, A. Shepard, Dr. Nichols
and A. L. C. Atkiuson, the last
named accouuted "married" to bal
ance teams. An unfortunate acci
dent while at the bat compelled Mr.
Hutchings to retire in first inning.
Single W. Edmondson, T. Lish
man, Dr. Walters, G. Burnsido, M.
Brasch, V. H. Kitcat, Stauley, R.
Atkinson, G. Lishmau, R. Auerbach,
E. C. Crick and W. Sopor.
The Rifle Match.
The meeting of the Hawaiian ltifle
Association on the 4th was on 3 of the
best ever held. V. E. Wall broke the
record in the Queen's trophy, for the
highest aggregate core in three cer
tain matches. J. Wilson, son of C. B.
Wilson, won the $50 prize in the Citi
zens' match, making 23 out of a pos
sible 25 and proving a worthy son of
a worthy sire with the rifle. The full
report is deferred partly for want of
space and parily to receive some cor
rections from tho original report.
On the Boston.
Invitations were issued to witness
a series of sports on the U. S. S. Bos
ton during tho afternoon and many
accepted. Refreshments were serv
ed to all vho were fortunate enough
to ne present, in the evening a
minstrel entertainment was given
by tho Boston's men, which was very
There was a large attendance at the
Portuguese masquerade ball for the
benefit of sweet charity at the Bere-taniu-street
Armory last night. Music
was furnished by the Government
band. Decorations of flags, palms,
etc., were profuse and in great taste.
Refreshments wore liberally provided
m a side booth, and included hot
coffee to the conclusion. The masks
and fancy costumes made a pictur
esque sceue on the floor. Mr. J.
Cainara, Jr.-, as master of ceremonies,
with many efficient aids, conducted
the fete to universal satisfaction.
Senhor J. do Souza Canavarro, Portu
guese Commissioner, patronized the
Sans Bouci Ahead.
As was predicted tho management
of Sans Souci mado a great success
as caterers at the 4th of July cele
bration hold at Little Britain, King
stroot. After satisfying upward of
two thousand visitors of all nation
alities, hundreds of pounds of barbo
cued moat and many baker's dozens
of frosh bread remained to bo donat
ed to thoso who would go to tho
trouble of paclting it away. As a re
sult not an ounce of eatable remain
ed on tho grounds after tho day's
feasting was over.
Many prominent ladies and gen
tlemen who kuow how to live pro
nounced the meats, otc, tho fiuost
thoy had ovor tastod. The idea of
full and plenty for all soomod to bo
u prevailing sentiment iu tho man
agement of tho Boach hostlory. A
whole bullock at a timo underwent
the barbecue process, in the pres
ence of tho crowd, aud proved quite
interesting. "Yos," said tho Sans
Souci chief, "this is how wo food.
Nothing by halves with us."
Rich, Bod Blood
Ah naturally results from taking
Hood's Saraaparilla as personal
cleanliness results from free use of
soap and water. This great puri
fier thoroughly oxpols scrofula, salt
rheum and all other impurities and
builds up every organ of tho body.
Now Ih the time to take It,
60 oenti a month,
How dooa ho feol ? He feels
blue, a deep, dark, unfading, dyed-in-the-wool,
eternal blue, and he
makes everybody feel thesane way
August Flower the Remedy.
How does he fool? He feels a
headache, generally dull and con
stant, but sometimes excruciating
August Flower tho Remedy.
How does ho feol? He feels a
violent' hiccoughing or jumping of
the stomach after a meal, raising
bitter-tasting matter or what he has
eaten or drunk August Flower
How does he feel? He feels
the gradual decay of vital power ;
he feels miserable, melancholy,
hopeless, and longs for death and
peace August Flower the Remedy.
How does he feel ? He feels so
full after eating a meal that he can
hardly walk August Flower the
G. p. GREEN, Sole Manufacturer,
Woodbury, New Jersey, U. S. A.
By Jas. "E. Morgan.
TO-MORROW, July 6th,
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON,
At my Salesroom, Queen street, I will sell
at Public Auction for account of
-vhom it may concern :
$4,000 Hawaiian Government
S Peroent Bonds.
ISSUE APRIL 1893.
Household -:- Furniture
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M.,
At the Former Arlington Dining Room,
I will sell at Public Auction for account
of whom it may concern a quantity of
FINE HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE
Oil Pamtiugs'of Island Scenery
Farther Particulars In To-morrow's Issue.
Articles on view
from 10 a. m. till t p. m.
A REWARD OF $100 WILL BE PAID
to any person or persons who will
give information that will lead to the ap
prehension and conviction of the person
or persons who stole the Horse and Buggy
of the undersigned from tho corner of
Beretania and Nuuauu streets between tho
hours of 8:30 and l):l'.0 on the evening of
July 4th. E. B. THOMAS.
Honojulu, July 5, 18'W. 7Ci)-1w
Loos Branch Baths !
Extensive improvements have recently
been made at this popular resort, and tho
management announces a re-opening on
THURSDAY, JULY 6th.
A NEW AMD COMMODIOUS
has been erected for tlio accommodation
of Bathing and Dancing I'arties, and with
the new and Increased accommodations In
Tlio Ladies Bathing Department
unusual facilities aro oilered to La
dies aud Children.
A full assortment of
Suits just received.
THE ANNUAL MEETING OK THE
Stockholders of the W.uoiiiNii Aom
cultdxai. it Orakinii Co. will be held ut
the Oflice of Messrs. W. O. Irwin & Co.
on WEDNESDAY, tho aith Intl.. at 10
o'clock a. M. 0. P. IAUKEA.
Secretary W. A. .t O. Co.
Honolulu, July IS, 18SK1. 7U!I lt-US !it
$100 BEWABD !
PAY THE ABOVE SUM POR
information that will nruuuro the con
viction of thu lidrwm or nurbons who set
fire to my hoiuout llllo, Hawaii, ouThurs-
day, June .', 1WJJ.
J, A. VICTOR.
A GERMAN GIRL AH COOIC OR
to UMHlut in General Houxuwork :
Kuod roforuueou. Aiiplv "X. V, ..," llui
I.KTIN Olllce. 7(W-lw
Subiorlbe or the Daily Bulletin, 60
witli por month,
Hawaiian Hardware Co., L'i
Saturday, July 1, 1893.
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
oi 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 eves 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 ol 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 ol
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 eyery 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 sizes one large
one particularly fine.
To ranch people who need
Corn bhellers 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
Opposite Bpreukulu' lllook,
Corner Fort Bo Hotel Streets.
TWO GREAHPECIALTIES !
I beg to inform tlio
plotc Lino of
Diamond Dye Fast Black Hose
For Ladle!), Gentlemen, Misses and Ohlldron in Silk, Lisle and Cotton.
INFANTS' OPENWORK BOCKS IN BALBRIGAN
INFANTS' OPENWOKK LISLE SOCKS IN FA8T BLACK
1 CALL ATTENTION THAT I WILL HAVE A
SPECIAL HOSIERY SALE
ssr Commencing SATURDAY the 13th, s
WHERE GREAT INDUCEMENTS WILL BE OFFERED.
Prices as .A.civertisecl in my "Winclo-w-s !
Window Curtains! Window Cnrtains!
I am offering Extra Inducements In that lino. Received about 150 Fairs
of WINDOW CURTAINS
Iwfllan-u.f'a-ot-ULrers' Set:na.pls !
IN SWISS, APLIQDE & NOTTINGHAM.
iTe-w Designs I Very Oholoe Fettterxia I
ggT" Prices of Above Goods as Advertised in Windows "Bfc
OiartairL IMIsiterisils I
I AM OFFERING SWISSES, 48 INCHES WIDE, AT 25c.
Corner Fort and Hotel Sts., -
FOR SALE BY
HOLLISTER & CO.,
523 Fort Street,
THIS WEEK !
323 Cases Ex S. S. "Monowai."
6 Cases Ex S. S. "Alameda."
40 Cases Ex S. S. "Miowera."
58 Cases Ex S. S. "Gaelic."
THEO. H. DAYIES & CO.
I have received
a Largo and Com-