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PUBLIC QOHOOIi EXAMINATIONS,
The annual examination of the Public
Day Schools In the District of Honolulu,
Will bo hold us follows:
SCHOOLS IN TUG EXUMS1I lANOUAUR.
On MONDAY, July 17th, at Marques
vUlo, Beretonla Street, Moauulua and Ka-llhl-uka
On TUESDAY, July ISth, nt Watluyie,
Kamollllll, Manoa and Wnlklki-knl
On WEDNESDAY, July 19th, at the
l'ohukalua Girls' School and l'auon School.
On THURSDAY, July '-'Oth, at the lluyul
School and Kallhl-waena School.
On FRIDAY, July 21st, nt the Fort
Street and Knuluwelu Schools.
SCHOOLS IN TltK HAWAIIAN lAJillUAHE.
On MONDAY, July 17th, at the Govern
ment School-house at Ivawntahao, the
common Schools of Kaumakapili, ICawal
ahao and Roma AV.
AND AT KWA,
On MONDxVY, July 17th, at the Wai
uhole School, Koolaupoko.
On TUESDAY, July ISth, at Pokai and
Makua Schools, Watanao.
On WEDNESDAY, July lath, nt Wal
awa, Ewa, and at Kaneoho and Wninianalo
The exercises will be free to all, and will
begin at 0 o'clock a. m. on each of the days
named. After the examinations, the sum
mer vacation will extend to Monday, the
11th of September next, on which date tho
next School year will begin.
By authority of the Hoard of Education.
W. JA8. SMITH,
Ofllce of the Board of Education, July 3d,
An Act to Increase the Facilities to
Depositors and Providing for
Term Deposits in the Hawaiian
Postal Savings Bank.
Be it Excteu by the Executive and Ad
visory Councils of the Provisional
Government of tho Hawaiian Islands:
Section 1. Tho Postmaster-General, as
Manager of tho Postal Savings Bank, with
tho consent and approval of the Minister
of Finance, may issue 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 Dollar".
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 tho ag
gregate oxeeed $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. Tho form of the said certi
ficates shall be as follows, au1 shall con
tain tho conditions hereinafter set forth:
HAWAIIAN POSTAL bAVINQS IUNK CERTIFI
CATES. - f No
Received from in
Coin Dollars on
Deposit, payable in Coin on pre
sentation of this Certificate, properly in
dorsed. This doposit is made-tor
months, and will bear interest from
Ib9 , at the rate of
percent, per annum, and in accordance
with the conditions printed hereon.
Minister of Finance.
Present this Certificate nt the Postal
Savings Bank at tho 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, when it will be paid.
This Certificate may be transferred by
endorsement, and principal with interest
will be paid to the holder hereof.
Section 4. This Act shall take effect
from the date of Its publication.
Approved this 15th day of June, A. D.
Signed SANFORD B. DOLE,
President of the Provisional Government
of tho Hawaiian Islands.
J. A. Kino,
Minister of the Interior.
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'TEE DAILY BULLETIN.
Pledgid to neither Sect nor Party,
But Established for the Benefit of All.
THURSDAY, JULY (5, 1893.
It is argued by tho Springfield
Republican, ono of tho most iuiiuen
tial papers fin Now England, that if
a Hawaiian republic is impractica
ble, as tho annexationists argue,
then tho Hawaiians being unable to
rule thomsolves are not suitable
material to be incorporated into tho
Monday's Star promisod o "daisy"
issue for tho day aftor tho fourth.
It was a "daisy," sure enough, con
taining tho moanest and most
moagro report of tho Amorican holi
day over inflicted on tho community
hiuco tho first nowspupur was estab
lished in Honolulu, How proud tho
Annexation Club should bo of its
Hawaiian annexationists novor
tiro of saying that Canada is ripo
and oagor for incorporation into tho
groat republic. Well, it looks liko
it, when an aunoxation organ lately
started in Toronto, tho largest
wholly English-speaking town in tho
Dominion, was sold out a few days
ago and tho whole outfit did not
bring ten dollars.
Food for thought is to bo found
in Makoo Aupuui's lottor in this
issuo, on "National Marriago and
Divorce." A papor was latoly start
ed hero to advocate annexation. Its
only arguments for tho cause, how
over, have boon commercial ones,
while its discussions of the general
issuo havo boon mainly basod on old
wives' fables regarding tho monarchy,
under which tho country has ad
vanced by leaps and bounds to bo
tho wealthiest nation on earth in
proportion to population. Thoro
have boon no arguments for annexa
tion as a purely political proposition
produced as yet which will hold
Elsowhero will bo found a letter
signed by tho writer's proper narao,
sovoroly criticising tho plans for tho
Sailors' Home. If his estimate of
tho strength of tho building about
to be erected cannot be discredited,
then tho Sailors' Homo Society, as
well as tho Government, has a grave
responsibility to face in proceeding
to oroct such a shell. With tho re
cent disaster in Washington in view,
for which those responsible are now
held to answor under $10,000 bonds
oach, it would be well for the Society
to pauso and cuusider whether econo
my may not be secured at too high
a price. On the part of tho public
it is expected of the Superintendent
of Public Works that he shall thor
oughly investigate and weigh tho
charges against the projected struc
ture. "Wo want a stable government,"
is tho chief cry of tho advocates of
annexation. These people ought to
explain exactly what they mean by
the phrase. Is it that United States
bayonets will bo employed to com
pel conformity to the way of think
ing of one particular faction in tho
conduct of local affairs? There is
likoly to bo just as much occasion
for division on local issues under
annexation as there has boon under
tho monarchy. And if a certain
faction does not have its own way
in settling tho local questions that
arise, tuoy will bo just as discon
tented when the baud plays "Yankee
Doodle" as when it played "Hawaii
Pouoi." It is a principle of tho
American commonwealth that there
shall bo no Federal interference in
local affairs. Senator Lodge's menace
to this principle was ono of tho
principal causes in tho lato presi
dential election which gave the
Republican party its Waterloo.
Americans have never had reason
to complain of coolness on the part
of British subjects here toward tho
fourth of July celebration. Indeed,
it is seldom that the committee on
tho day has not included some mem
bers who owed fealty to Queon Vic
toria. British places of business
havo boon invariably closed on tho
fourth, so that all their employees
could join in the festivities and help
to mako the day glorious. This
friendly co-operation on the part of
tho British cousins of United States
citizens is rewarded by having their
country called "tho implacable
enemy" of the United States by tho
orator of tho day. The speaker
ought to know that tho potent
power in British politics sympathiz
ed with tho Union in its struggle
against dismemberment. His refer
ence to that period to justify his
slur was unfortunate for his reputa
tion as a reading man of intelli
gence. "Implacable" was an opi
thot, too, entirely inconsistent with
tho orator's reference to tho Bohring
sea arbitration. An "implacable
enemy" is not likoly to bo ono that
submits a dispute with an antagon
ist to arbitration. If such an enouiy
did not fool herself ready to appeal
to tho arbitrament of war, she would
simply leave the matter under pro
test until a more opportune moment
came for striking a blow. Wo won
der what our American friends
would say if a British naval officer
wore to make a public address, in
which bittor hostility to their coun
try was a prominent feature.
Is a tantalizing admonition to those
who at this season feel all tired out,
weak, without appetite and diheour
aged. But tho way in which Hood's
Sarsaparilla builds up tho tired
frame and gives a good appotito, is
really wondorful. So wo say, "Take
Hood's and it will braco you up."
A Very Old Man.
Tho Montreal Patrio announces
tho death of Mr. Francois Gauthior,
of St, Charlos, who had reached tho
extraordinary ago of 1M yoara and
ton months. Ho was looltod upon
us tho oldest man in tho country
ami was one of thu patriots of 1837,
For a general family cathartic wo
confidently rucommouu Hood's Pills.
Llbol for DlvorcoSundry Appools
In tho caso of Mary Kaloialii and
tho minor children of John Mc
Koaguo against M. S. Qriubaum &
Co., tho plaintiffs by their attornoy,
A. Rosa, appoal from tho docroo
of Judge Coopor to tho Supremo
Court in banco.
Colostiuo Johnson has outorod suit
against Abraham Johnson, her hus
band, for divorco on tho ground of
oxtromo cruelty. She also applies
for an ordor restraining him from
doing nuy violouco to herself or their
child, and to compel him to pay S100
attorney's foo and costs of court, as
well as SIB a week tomporary ali
mony. She alleges in her libol for
divorco that they wore marriSd in
Now York on Doc. 11, 1888, by a
Jewish rabbi, aud that oxtromo cruel
ty by hor husband at Portland, Ore
gon, was condoned by his promising
inai mo ouonsos suouiu uovor bo re
poatodj but that those promises havo
boon violated more particularly in
Honolulu on Juno 28 last. Respon
dent was cited to appear before tho
Circuit Court at 10 a. in. this day
and show causo why tho ordor pray
ed for should not bo issued.
Judge Coopor yesterday approved
tho accounts and granted dischargo
of O. L. Carter, tho administrator of
tho estate of Dr. J. D. Furry. A. W.
Cartor for potitionor.
Tho following cases came boforo
tho Supremo Court yesterday:
F. Brown vs. J. J. Carvalho ot al.
Assumpsit. Appeal from Honolulu
District Court. C. L. Carter for
plaintiff; Creighton for dofondants
appollaut. Submitted on briof.
Jamos Morso ot al. vs. J. R. Robert
son; Minister of lutorior, garnishee.
Rosa for plaintiffs-appellant; Ash
ford and Magoou for defendants.
Egan & Guun vs. E. M. Browor et
al. Trespass on tho case. Appeal
from ordor sustaining demurrer.
Peterson for plaintiffs-appellant;
Hartwoll for defendants. Submitted
Judge Coopor is hearing the Ban
ning estate case to-day.
Sailors' Home Building.
In regard to the Sailors' Home
building. Increase tho thickness of
tho walls if' you do not wish to soe
tho building collapse from the
slightest cause. It is not my intent
to attack anyone in particular con
nected with the erection of this dan
gerous building, but simply to warn
those responsible for disaster should
such occur. The second story 8-iu.
walls of tho Sailors' Home are alto
gether too weak and would not be
allowed in any city having a proper
fire ordinance or building law, and
should not be allowed to go up. No
doubt tho contractor might bo able
to build them by shoring or prop
ping thorn from tho ground and
from tho joists on tho inside, but
tho chances are. they could not se
cure mechanics to put tho roof on.
Why, tho slightest push of a mason's
knee while leaning over to strike the
joists of tho brickwork would bring
that portion of the wall and himself
to the ground; and should thov suc
ceed in getting tho brickwork up,
tho vibrations caused by motions of
tho mechanics on tho roof, such as
walking, sawing or pushing timbers
about would bo most likely to throw
some of those 8-in. walls. Few men
can recognize tho swaying of walls
even 12 in. thick who havo not
climbed ou roofs. But tho greatest
danger lies in a visit from one of our
southorn konas; thoso twisting
squalls would havo a picnic with
your outlandish projecting roof of
4 ft. 6 in. It would just raise the
dickens with poor Jack's domicile
of flimsy proportions, and the
placo that knew it would know it no
more. Who would be responsible
for the disaster? Suppose a gentle
tremblor (earthquake shock) should
visit us, where would your 8-inch
walls be found?
I undomtand tho former plans
made for that building wore con
demned by the lato Harry Mcintosh,
Superintendent of Public Works at
the time, on account of 8-in. brick
walls, and I hope tho present incum
bent will havo pluck enough to do
the same with theso. I would say
to you gentlemen of tho building
committee, don't bo controlled by
false economy. Should you wako up
some duo morning and find tho
Sailors' Homo had fallen you would
pay out of your own pockets ten
times tho sum required to mako
those walls what they ought to havo
been, aud froo your conscience of the
responsibility. You are not ignorant
of tho consequences, and as men
should act, righting this wrong in
time. In conclusion, 1 would sav in
crease those walls if you havo to beg
tho money. It would bo the best
$1000 speut on the building and save
you many a painful thought of fear.
You cannot build too strongly or too
well. Wo havo had one disaster of
tho kind somo years ago on the
Father Larkin school, a llimsily con
structed frame buildiug, plastered
insido, Whou ho offorod tho job to
tho lato Goo. Lucas, 1 said it would
fall or collapse if it was not stronger
built, and Mr. Lucas refused to
build it. It stood a few months and
came down, killiug a native boy and
wounding sovoral others; and had it
stood a few hours longer would have
killed and mutilated scores, as a firo
man's ball was to be hold there in
the ovoniug, and tho first dauco
would havo been tho dance of death.
If the Sailors' Homo is built as pro
posed it will collapso as surely as
did Fathor Larkiu's school.
Honolulu, July 3, 181W.
"My little boy was voir bad oil
for two months with diarrhooa. Wo
used various uiodioiuoH, also cullod
in two doctors, btit nothing done
him any good until wo usud Chant
borJain h Colio, Cholera and Diarr
hoea Keinody, which gave iininutliato
roliof and soon ourod him, I con
sider it thu heat inodiuine mmlo and
conscientiously recommend it to nil
who need a diitrrlium or coliu medi
cine, J. E. Hare, Trenton, Tex. 25
anil fit) cents bottles for sale by all
dealers, lienson, Smith & Co.,
ugouU for thu Hawaiian Inlands.
We have selected two oi
Croup, three lines from letters
freshly received from pa
rents who have given German Syrup
to their children in the emergencies
of Croup. You will credit these,
because they come from good, sub
stantial people, happy in finding
what so many families lack a med
icine containing no evil drug, which
mother can administer with con
fidence to the little ones iu their,
most critical hours, safe aud sure
that it will carry them through.
Ud. 1, WitLtTS, of Mis. Jas.W. Kirk.
Almn, Neb. I give It Daughters' College,
to my chililrcn when
troubled with Croup
and never saw any
preparation act like
it. It is simply mi-
.uarroci&Durg, K.y. i
have depended upon
it in attacks of Croup
with my little daugh
ter, ana find it an in
Fully one-half of our customers
are mothers who use Boschee's Ger
man Syrup among their children.
A medicine to be successful with the
little folks must be a treatment for
the suddeu and terrible foes of child
hood, whooping Cough, croup, diph
theria and the dangerous inflamma
tions of delicate throats and luugs.
By Jas. P. Morgan.
Household -:- Furniture
On FRIDAY, July 7, 1893,
AT 10 O'CLOCK. A. M.,
At the Former Arlington Dining Room,
I will bell nt Public Auction for account
of whom it may concern u quantity of
FINE HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE
Oil Paintings of Island Scenery
Etc., Ktc, Etc., Etc.
A CHOICE AND VALUABLE COLLEC
W-Articles on view TO-MORROW
from 10 A. M. till 4 p. M.
Jas. 3? Morgan,
Warehouse and Lease
Valuable City Front Property
On SATURDAY, July 15,
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON.
The undersigned has been instructed to
sell lit Auction, nt hi Salesroom, on Sat
urday next at noon, the Valuable Lease
(with tho Commodious Warehouse Build
ings thereon) of that block of laud situated
between tho stores of Hyman Bros, and L.
15. Kerr, having a depth of J00 feet and a
frontage on Queen fatreet of 01 feet, con
taining in all
5,350 SQUARE FEET.
This Valuable Property being on the City
Front, is one of the most euntrul and con
venient plnces in the city for tho use of
linns requiring storage. The entire ground
js covered with un Ironltoofed Warehouse,
with Fireproof Wall in thu rear, aud can
bu Used for storing merchandise of all
kinds; a largo Flour Room, zinc lined, has
been constructed in ono end of the AVaro
houso. tM The Leabo has VAi years to run, at
a inmrterly rental, pavublo to tho Govern
ment, of $02.50.
Notice of Foreclosure and of Sale.
IN I'll HSU ANCE OF A 1'OWEH OF
Hale contained iu n certain Mortgage
executed November 2, 1880, by l'aul Mold
enhuwer and Marv Kuikuuua Moldon
hawer, his wife, of Mnkupala, North Ko
lmlit, to Tot Shing, of said Makupala,
which Mortgage is recorded In Liber 11H,
at pages 172-11-4 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-witi tho nun-puy-inent
of the principal sum and interest
thereof when due.
And notice is hereby further given that
it is the intention of said Assignee, upon
such foreclosure, to sell tho property des
cribed in and conveyed bv mild Moriuauo.
at the Salesroom of Junius P. Morgan, in
Honolulu, nt 12 o'clock noon, on S.
i. on HAT U 11
DAY, tho 20th day of July, 180.1
Terms of Sale Cash in U. S. Cold Coin.
and Doeds at the expense of purchaser.
tW For further particulars apply to
0. W. Ashford, Attorney for Assignee of
Moitgage. OllANO Kill,
Assignee of Mortgage.
HIK I'UOIT.UrV 111 II K HOI.li UNIIPII AMI IIV VI It
TUKOPTIIK MOinOAllK AIIOVK KF.OITKli
is ah roMouH, namki.v:
All thoso preuilsits at Mnkupala, North
Kohalii, Hawaii, described in a deed from
0. W. hiiwaliihiut anil Makcai his wife, to
O, Alii dated December ,'il, 18X5, and re
corded in Liber H7 at pages It li mid illl),
containing an urea of 'J.70U acre imiiu or
less, and being pait of the promises des
cribed In Hoyal Patent il.ViS, Land Commits,
slim Award iuVUJ. VtM-lUt
Subtorlbe or the Daily llulletiii, CO
on tt jiir month.
Hawaiian Harflware Go., L'd
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
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 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, 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 sizes 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
Opposite HpreuLeU1 Jllouk,
TEMPLE OF FASHION
Comer Fort So Hotel Streets.
TWO GREAHPECIALTIES !
1 beg to inform tho Ladies that I havo received a Largo and Com
plete Lino of tho Celebrated
Diamond Dye Fast Black Hose
For Ladles, Gentlemen, Misses and Children in Silk, Lisle and Cotton.
INFANTS' OPENWOHK BOCKS IN HALHMGAN
INFANTS' OPENWOKK LISLE SOCKS IN FA8T BLACK
t I CALL ATTENTION THAT I WILL HAVE A
SPECIAL HOSIERY SALE
V3T Commencing SATURDAY the 13th, &
WHEltE GREAT INDUCEMENTS WILL BE OFFERED.
Prices as -A-dvertised. ixi xxxy Windows !
Window Curtains! Window Curtains!
I am ofrennir Extra Inducements in that lino. Received about 150 Paira
of WINDOW CURTAINS
:MIa,:n.ifaot"u.rers' Setirrrplee !
IN SWISS, AVLIQUE ,t NOTTINGHAM.
.NTe-w Designs 1 "Very Olioioe Patterna I
BgT" Prices of Above G-oods as Advertised in "Windows a
0"u.rta,in ISrdleiterieils !
I AM OFFERING SWISSES, 48 INCHES WIDE, AT 25c.
5 . IE H JE. JL-i X G xi ,
Corner Fort and Hotel Sts., .... Honolulu, H. I.
FOR SALE BY
523 Fort Street,
THIS "WEEK !
323 Oases Ex S. "S. "Monbwai."
6 Cases Ex S. S. "Alameda."
40 Cases Ex S. S. "Miowera."
58 Cases Ex S. S. "Gaelic."
THEO. H. DAYIES h CO.
Honolulu., EC. I.