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An Act to IncroiiBo tho Facilities to
Depositors and Providing for
Term Deposits in tho Hawaiian
Postal Savings Bank.
Be it Exacted by tho Executive and Ad
visory Councils of tho Provisional
Government of tho Hawaiian Islands:
Section 1. Tho PoHniaster-Gencral, as
Managet of tho Postal Savings Dank, with
tho consent and approval of tho Minister
of Finance, may Issuo to any person Term
Deposit Certificates in the name of the
Hawaiian Postal Savings Bank for deposits
of not loss than Fivo Hundred Dollars nor
more than Flvo Thousand Dollars.
Section 2. Tho amounts so deposited
shall draw iutorcst at a rate not to exceed
bIi por cent, per annum to bo computed in
accordance with tho law regulating the
Bank. Such deposits shall not in tho ag
gregate exceed f 150,000 at any ono timo.
Section 3. Tho torm for which any
deposit shall bo received under tilts Act
shall not exceed twelve months.
Section i. Tho form of tho said certi
ficates shall be as follows, and shall con
tain the conditions hereinafter hot forth:
HAWAIIAN POSTAL SWINGS DANK VERTIFI
CATES. $ No
Received from In
Coin, s Dollars on
Deposit, payable in Coin on pre
sentation of this Certificate, properly in
dorsed. This deposit is made for
months, and will bear interest from
lb!).., at tho rate of
percent, per annum, and in accordance
with the conditions printed hereon.
Minister of Finance.
Present this Certificate at the Postul
Savings Bank at the expiration of the term
stated herein. Interest will ceasu at that
Holders at a distance may indorse this
Certificate and send by mail to the 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 the Hawaiian Islands.
J. A. Kino,
Minister of tho Interior.
7G7 lm-27 4t
PUBLIC SCHOOL EXAMINATIONS,
The annual examinations of the Public
Day Schools in the District of Honolulu,
will be held as follows :
UCII00L8 IN THE ENGLISH LAtsOUAUE.
On MONDAY, July 17th, at Marques
ville, Beretania Street, Moanalua and Ka-lihl-uka
On TUESDAY, July 18th, at Wailupe,
Kamoiliili, Manoa and "Waikiki-kai
On WEDNESDAY, July 10th, at the
Pohukaina Girl' School and Pauoa School.
On THURSDAY, July 20th, at tho Royal
School and Kalihi-waena School.
On FRIDAY, July 21st, at the Fort
Street and Kauluwela Schools.
SCHOOLS IN THE IHWWIAN IANOUAUE.
On MONDAY, July 17th, at the Govern
ment School-houso at Kawaiahao, tho
common Schools of Kaumakapili, Kawai
ahao and Roma W.
AND AT EWA.
On MONDAY, July 17th, at the Wai
ahole School, Koolaupoko.
On TUESDAY, July 18th, ut Pokai and
Mukua Schools, Waiunae.
On WEDNESDAY, July 10th, at Wai
awa, Ewa, and at Kaneohe and Waimanalo
Schools, Koolaupoko. ,
The exercises will bo free to all, and will
begin at 9 o'clock a. in. on each of tho days
named. After the examinations, the sum
mer vacation will extend to Monday, the
11th of September next, on which date the
next School year will begin.
By authority of the Board of Education.
W. JAS. SMITH,
Office of the Board of Education, July 3d,
TEE DAM BULLETIN.
Pledged to neither Sect nor Party,
But Established for the Benefit of All.
TUESDAY, JULY 11, 1893.
Li Hung Chang, tho Chinese Pre
mier, is quoted as saying that a now
treaty botweon China and tho United
States will be necessary in viow of
tho present condition of tho immi
gration question. As tho United
States Supremo Court established
the principlo some years ago tliatan
Act of Congress may break through
tho nation's treaties with other
countries, it is hard to seo how a
new treaty would assuro ponnaueuco
to any rights or privileges that
might bo accorded to Chiueso in tho
United Statos. Anyway, while Amer
ican opinion as represented in Con
gress is what it is, tho Geary Act
just put in forco being in ovidenco,
it would Boom hopeless for China to
attempt gotting any now treaty
which would relax tho rigor of de
termined Chinese exclusion by the
Majority rulo is hoped to bo se
cured in tho Houso of Roprosonta
tivo3 at Washington, in tho coming
sossion, by a provision formulated
last wintor by tho committoo on
rules. This is that it is always in
order to call up tho report of tho
committoo on rules, and aftor 'tho'
roport is mado but ono motion to
adjouru will bo entertained. Motions
to adjourn altoruatiug with other
motions havo bocomo a formidablo
moaus of obstruction on tho part of
minorities in tho legislatures of dif
ferent couutrios. Valuable and
necessary legislation has thoroby
boon provontod, and time wasted for
which tho peoplo havo to pay dearly,
to such an extent as to cause alarm
for the safoty of not only majority
rulo but ropresoutativo institutions.
Tho result of tho expedient shortly
to bo tostod at Washington will
thoroforo bo awaited with much
interest in evory country having
1 WHOM GOD HATH JOINED."
Marriage of Mr. Ernest H. Wode
house and Miss May Ward.
Everything was brilliant about
the wedding of last night. Decora
tions of fresh foliago and flowors
lent a fostal appoaranco to tho chan
cel of St. Andrew's Cathedral, Along
the desk of each front pew was laid
a bank of flowers, shedding a sweet
fragrance through the church. There
was an arch of greenery in front of
tho altar for tho couplo to stand
under while being married. Before
tho hour, 7:30, a goodly audience
had gathered. In tho front pews
were assembled the relatives of tho
twain about to bo mado ono Major
J. H. Wodohouse, British Minister
.Resident, and family, Mrs. Ward,
mother of tho brido, Dr. Mc Wayne
and family, Mr. and Mrs. Frank
Hustace. Messrs. Geo. E. Smithies
and Edmund Stiles, experienced
ushers as they aro, disposed all who
came to the best advantage.
Rev. Alex. Mackintosh conducted
the service, yitoning the lossons,
while the choir, under the leadership
of Mr. Wakefield, beautifully sang
tho responses. As the bridegroom,
Mr. Ernest Hay Wodehouse, entered
the chancel from the vostry, accom
panied by tho groomsmen, Mr. A.
W. Carter and Major Geo. C. Potter,
the organ manipulated by Mr. Wray
Taylor omitted fine processional
strains. The bride, Miss May Ward,
walked up the middle aisle loaning
on tho arm of her uncle, Mr. Mark
P. Robinson. She was attended by
hor sister, Miss Kulamanu Ward,
maid' of honor, and Miss Ethel
Wodehouse, bridesmaid. The choir
sang, "How welcome was tho call,"
at the entry of tho bridal party,
and, aftor tho couple were pro
nounced "man and wife," tho wed
ding psalm. Mr. Taylor, who had
accompanied tho ceremony with soft
music on the organ, played the
Lohengrin march on tho party's re
tirement to the vostry, and Mondels-
bouns grauu weuding march on
their departure from the church.
Tho brido looked most charming
arrayed in a dress of white Ottoman
silk trimmed with Honitou lace, her
head adorned with a silk lace veil
and orange blobsoms. Hor trous
seau was made by a modisto in San
Francisco. Tho bridesmaids were
attired in white crepe.
Mrs. Victoria Ward, the bride's
mother, gave a wedding reception at
8:30 o'clock to a large number of
guests, at the family homestead,
"The Old Plantation," King street.
The drivoways leading to the man
sion wore lined on either side with
torches at closo intervals, making
avenues of light that gave a splondid
effect. At the end of tho vista of
flame was the letter "W" in colored
lanterns over tho front entrance of
tho mansion. From tho double
family initial wore festooned the
American and Hawaiian flags. Flags
of all nations were artistically draped
on tho verandas and in the door
ways. Tho entrance to the refresh
ment lanai in rear was bordered
with palm leaves and profusely hung
with bunting, whilo tho interior of
the place was all lined with flags.
Standing at the farther side of the
parlor tho happy young couple re
ceived the congratulations of the
guests. After the reception dancing
began in the dining room, and at an
early hour the company was invited
to refreshments. A sumptuous col
lation was served in the lanai and on
the vorandas, amidst the most cheer
ful of faocial conversation and friend
ly greetings. An object of great in
terest was .tho bride's cake, a luscious
culinary triumph with tho proud
distinction of being homemade. It
was divided among tho company by
Mrs. McWayuo, the guests being
eager to test its quality and preserve
a fragment for dreaming on.
Among those present wore Major
and Mrs. Wodehouse, Admiral J. S.
Skerrott, U. S. N., Rev. Alexander
Mackintosh, wife and family,
Prosidont and Mrs. Dole, Mr. H. F.
Glade and family, Mr. W. G. Irwin
and wife, Mr. P. Neumann and
family, Mr. S." Parker and family,
Dr. Mo Wayne and family, Mr. Mark
Robinson, Mr. P. C. Jouos and wife,
Mr. J. A. Hopper and family, Col.
and Mrs. Sopor, Mr. H. J. Nolto and
family, Mr. B. F. Dillingham aud
wife, Consul-Gonoral Fujii of Japan,
Commissioner Vizzavona of Franco,
Col. W. F. Allen and wife, Mrs. S.G.
Wilder, Sr., Mr. W. C. Wildor, and,
in short, tho wealth, youth and
beauty of tho community in gouoral.
Labt fall I was taken with a kind
of slimmer compliant, accompanied
with a wonderful diarrhoea. Soon
after my wife's sister, who lives with
us, was taken in tho same way. Wo
used almost everything without
benefit. Then I Buid, lot us try
Chamborlaiii'H Colic, Cholera and
Diarrluna Remedy, which wo did,
and that cured, us right away. I
think much of it, as it did for mo
wliut it was rooommonded to do.
John HorUlor, Bethel, Berks Co,,
Pa. 25 aud f0 cent bottles for eule
by all dealors. Benson, Smith Si
Cu, ugouta for tho Hawaiian lulando,
BOLD RASCAL AT WORK.
O. B. Wilson Is Robbod and Thon
Shot at by a Burglar.
Tho rosidonco of Mr. Charles B.
Wilson, on Young stroot, was burg
larized last night and tho following
articles and monoy woro carried ofK
viz.: a gold watch and chain valued
at $280 a prosont to Mn Wilson, n
bowio knifo, a $50 bill and $6 in
Mr. and Mrs. Wilson wont out in
tho early part of the ovoning visiting
friouds aud rotumod about 11:30
o'clock. Johu Wilsou had rotirod
when his parents returnod homo.
Shortly aftor midnight Mrs. Wilson
was dozing, when sho saw tho shadow
of tho lantorn moving in tho dress
ing room adjoining tho bedroom.
Sho called Mr. Wilson, and ho jump
ed up. in so doing scaring tho burg
lar, who mado tracks. Tho burglar
cot out before Mr. Wilson could
catch a glimpse of his face, but ho
could seo tho man's body, aud would
bo ablo to identify a suit of gray ho
Wilson picked up a rifle and gave
chaso. Tho burglar ran out on
Young street aud headod for Kooau
moku stroot. Wilson callod out to
tho man to halt throe timos, tho last
time singling out, "Halt, or I'll blow
your brains out!" Just as ho shout
ed this, the burglar turned around
and fired a shot at him. Wilson
drew his rifio to his shoulder and
fired back, but owing to the darkness
his aim was very uncertain. All this
timo both men woro running at full
speed. Tho burglar kopt closo up
to the feuco, all tho time ho was
running, under tho shado of tho
trees. Although Wilsou stooped
down ho could only hear tho tread
ing on tho brush, but could see no
man. Tho man, whoever ho was,
was a good runner, going along like
a streak of lightning.
Tho burglar was chased as far as
Keeaumoku street, whero ho disap
peared. Wilson returned to tho
houso and donning his clothes went
out again and searched the block,
but could not seo anybody. When
Wilson returned tho first timo ho
was told by his wife that the robber
had taken his gold watch and chain.
Ho stated this morning that had he
known tho man had taken the watch,
an article made a presont to him and
which ho highly prized, ho would
have followed that man if it took
him all night.
Tho burglar is described as a middle-sized
man wearing a gray suit.
Ho is presumably a white man aud
had mado a careful survey of the
premises. The burglar is no kauia
aina, or he would not havo gone
near that place. Wilson has a num
ber of dogs in kennels on tho Bere
tania street side of the hoilso, aud
ho was wondering where the animals
had gone to, as they did not bark
until tho shots woro fired. Tho
marauder had probably ontored tho
houso whilo tho family were out, and
being disturbed when the' arrived
homo hid himself until aftor they
had gone to sleep.
Lenient Sentence for Larceny.
Captain Klemmo took Kahahana
in charge a few days ago on Nuuauu
stroot on suspicion of stealing some
thing. Kahahana camo out of a
Chinese tailor shop with a bundle
under his coat which ho endeavored
to conceal. When Klemmo oponod
his coat a now vest fell out from
under it. Tho vest was taken into
tho shop and shown to tho tailor.
The latter identified tho article as
his property, and tho native began
making overtures for the purchase
of tho vest, offering $2.50 for it. The
Chinaman would not accept the
offer and Kahahana was lockod up.
Judge Foster found tho mau guilty
this morning, and gave him a lenient
sentence of ten days at hard labor,
on account of his wife and child,
who were x'rosent in Court.
Throws Stones at Children.
An insane Portuguese named Mon
doza was pulled in this morning.
Mendoza hangs out near the Kau
makapili Church, and becomes vio
lent when he hears any loud talking.
Whilo in those fits ho picks up
stones and fires them at littlo child
ren. Tho other day ho struck a littlo
girl with a stone, and this morning
struck another youngster. Tho na
tive residents thought it was about
time Mendoza was removed, aud had
The advertising of Hood's Sarsa-
parilla appeals to tho sober, common
sense of thinking pooplo, because it
is true; and it is always fully sub
stantiated by endorsements which in
the finaucial world would bo ac
cepted without a moment's hesita
tion. They toll tho story Hood's
Hood's Pills cure liver ills, jaun
dice, biliousness, sick headacho, con
stipation. By Lewis J. Iiovoy.
Mortgagee's Notice of Intention to
Foreclose and of Sale.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT,
In pursuance of a Power of Bale con
tained in a certain Mortgage executed Jan.
L'3, 18UJ, by J. W. Pli ami Manic, his wife,
of Honolulu, Ouhu, to Mrs. Maria Kahai
of huld Honolulu, which Mortgage is re
corded in Llhcr l'Jj at pages Vfl aud -ir J,
the suld Mortgagee intends to foreclose tho
said mortgage for condition broken, to wit:
the non-payment of both tho priueipaland
interest when due. And notice is hereby
further given that it is tho intention of
said Mortgagee, upon such foriclosuro, to
sell the property described in utid convoyed
by said Mortgugo at Public Auction at tho
auction' room of Lewis J. Levey, on (uoon
street, in Honolulu, on TUESDAY, tho 1st
day of August, 18'JJ, at 1:! o'clock noon of
Tho prororty in said Mortgage is the
premises ut'Kaueohe, Koolaupoko, Ouhu,
described in deed from H. 11, Parker to W.
13, I'll, dated October 10, 1H70", and recorded
in Liber fill, pages 270 and 271, und from W.
K. Pli to J. W. I'll by deed mado March 3,
185'J, and recorded in Lihor 111, pages 3U5,
SIM and 3!i7, containing an area of 1 8-100
TERMS OF S.VLK-Cush in U. H. gold
coin, und Deeds ut the ujckjiiso pf pur
ohasur. IWl'or further irtleulars apply to
Jas. K. Kuulla. Attorney for Mortuaute.
MHH. MARIA KAHAI,
Honolulu, 11, 1.. July 0. I.'.
771 Uv-lW at
Those who have not
used Boschee's Ger
man Syrup for some
severe and chronic
trouble of the Throat
and Luuk can hard
ly appreciate what a truly wonder
ful medicine it is. The dettcioua
sensations of healing, easing, clear
ing, strength-gathering and recover
ing are unknown joys. For Ger
man Syrup we do not ask easy cases.
Sugar and water may smooth a
throat or stop a tickling for a while.
This is as far as the ordinary cough
medicine goes. Boschee's German
Syrup is a discovery, a great Throat
and Lung Specialty. Where for
years there have been sensitiveness,
pain, coughing, spitting, hemorr
hage, voice failure, weakness, slip
ping down hill, where doctors and
medicine and advice have been swal
lowed and followed to the gulf of
despair, where there is the sickening
conviction that all is over and the
end is inevitable, there we place
German Syrup. It cures. You are
a live man yet if you take it.
By Jas. F. Morgan.
Assipned Estate of MoKEVETT & 00. of
Melbourneand Belfast, $87,000. Twenty
Thousand Dollars worth of which
have been apportioned to
MR. JAS. F. MORGAN
.Instructed by J. H. Murphy, Agent for the
Assicnee, will offer the above Stock
at Public Auction WITHOUT
On WEDNESDAY, July 12th,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M.,
AT THE ARLINGTON DINING ROOM.
Tho Goods are all New. Direct Shipments
from England, comprising
Linen Lace Cur
tains, Ladies' Hand-niado
West of England
Case John Wain's
lery, Ready-made Cloth
ing, Etc., Etc.
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 next at noon, tho Valuable Lease
(with the Commodious Warehouse Build
inns thereon! of that block of land situated
between the stores of Hyinan Bros, and L.
B. Kerr, having a doptli of 100 feet and u
frontage on Queen street of 01 feet, con
taining in all
5,350 SQUARE FEET.
This Valuablo Property being on the City
front, is one of tho nio-t central and con
venient places in the city for the use of
llrms requiring storage. The entire ground
is covered with nu Iron Roofed Warehouse,
with Fireproof Wall in the rear, and can
be used for storing merchandise of all
kinds; a largo Flour Room, zinc lined, has
been constructed in one end of the Ware
house. ttT" The Lease has Wt ears to run, at
a quarterly rental, payable to tho Govern
ment, of JU-'.GO.
Notice of Foreclosure and of Salo.
N PURSUANCE OF A POWER OF
Sule contained In a certain Moricauo
executed November 2, ISM), by Paul Mold-
umiuwur uuu .Mtiry jwiiiviiuiiu uuuuu
hawer, his wife, of Makapala, North Ko
hala, to Tct filling, of suld Mukupulu,
which Mortgage is recorded in Lilicr 118,
at pages 172-:M of tho Huwalian Registry
of Deeds: Notice Is hereby given by the
Assignee of suld Mortgagee that it is his
intention to foreclosure said Mortgage for
condition broken, to-wlt: tho non-payment
of tho principal sum and interest
thereof when due.
And notice Is lieieby further given that
it Is the intention of said Assignee, upon
sueii loreclosure, to sell tlie property UOfi
ciibed in and comoyed by said Mortgage,
at tho Salesroom of James F, Morgan, in
Honolulu, at 12 o'clock noon, on SATUR
DAY, tho 2'lth da of July, 181)3,
Terms of Sale i'ush in II. 8. Gold Coin,
and Deeds ut tho ponso of purchaser.
IV" For further particulars apply to
O. W. Ashford, Attorney for Assignee of
Mortgage. CHANG K1SI,
Assignee of Mortgage.
T1IH rilOI'I.IITV 1(1 I hriOLII UNDKUAM) JIV VIII
TUKOI TIIK MOKIUACIK AIIOVK IlffllKI)
is as jollowh, ,s'ami:ly:
All thoo premises ot Mukapnlu, North
Kohulii, lluwidi, described lit a deed from
0. W. kuwaiahito and Makeui his wife, to
C. Ahl dated Dtcomber 31, 18s5, and re
corded in Liber i)7 ut tuigos 31ft und 3 10,
containing uu urci of "MoO ucros inoro or
less, und being part of the promlbos des
cribed In lioyul Patent 3MS, Laud Commis
sion Award l(KVi. TtCMOt
60 ociid a month,
I rUUvtrtd free,
Hawaiian Hare Co., L'i
Saturday, July 8, 1898.
There's a difference between
tweedle-dee and tweedle-dum.
Art dealers do not sell Fischer
Ranges but we do, and we also
offer you a very pretty sketch
in water colors by Barnfield,
We do not handle art goods
because they do not belong to
the hardware trade. This pic
ture we mention was left with
us to sell and the person who
buys it has something that will
grow more valuable as the
years roll on. King Bros, tell
you they do not sell Fischer
Ranges they tell you so be
cause they have probably hsd
customers for their excellent
bits by celebrated artists and
who quite naturally wanted a
choice article for the kitchen
as well as the parlor. King
Bros, sell the Art Goods and
we rustle with Stoves, Ranges,
Hardware and Aermotors.
We've had inquiries time
and again for a metal polish
that won't scratch metals. In
years gone by "rutz ruiver
was the favorite; there were
some objections to it and the
manufacturers improved upon
it until now they have a liquid
polish that beats anything of
the kind this side of Egypt,
where they don't use polish.
For bicycles we know .of noth
ing better because there is ab
solutely no danger of scratch
ing the nickel. It will polish
brass, silver, gold or a bald
head, and we sell it for twenty
cents a tin. The manufac
turers call it "Putz Liquid,"
and we presume the name will
go here as well as anywhere
Our "ad" writer was in
error the other day about the
Cutlery. The lot we received
was not suitable for ladies but
was of the cheap sort the
good ones are yet to arrive
and we look for them daily.
We mention this so that you
will continue using the old one
a little while longer. When
ours arrive you can get just
what you've been looking for.
Hose Reels again; the last
we received are superior to
the others, stronger and better
in every way. You cannot
help wanting one if your de
sire is to economise in hose,
arid if you want one you will
probably get it.
The dove season has arrived
and the merry sportsman can
save several days' butcher bill
with one day's shooting. You
will remember that our Cart
ridges last year were acknow
ledged by every one who
handles a gun to be better and
cheaper than those sold else
where. We are pleased to
say that we will offer the same
this year. We were taught
by the lessons in the story
book not to kill the poor inno
cent doves, but all tlie same
they're "monstrous good" eat
ing. In the matter of Plows we
still insist that ours are pre
eminently the best. We filled
an order for twenty-three to
be shipped on Tuesday. As
this customer has bought from
us before it is reasonable to
suppose he is pretty well
Hawaiian Hardware Co., L'tl
Opposite Hpreckels' lllook,
TEMPLE OF FASHION
Corner B'ort So Hotol Streets.
TWO GREAHPECIALTIES !
I beg to inform tho Ladles that I have received a Largo and Com
plete Lino of tho Celebrated
Diamond Dye Fast Black Hose
For Ladies, Gontlcmon, Misses and Children in 811k, Ltslo and Cotton.
INFANTS' OPENWORK SOCKS IN BALBRIOAN
INFANTS' OPENWORK LIBLE SOCKS IN FABT BLACK
I CALL ATTENTION THAT I WILL HAVElA.
SPECIAL HOSIERY SALE
3T Commencing SATURDAY the 13th, &
WHERE GREAT INDUCEMENTS WILL BE OFFERED.
Prioee as Advertised in. nay Windows !
Window Curtains! Window Curtains!
I am olTbrniK Extra Inducements In that line. Rcceivod about 100 Pairs
of WINDOW CURTAINS
nyCamjLfa.ot-u.rers' Sarrrplee !
IN SWISS, APLIQUE & NOTTINGHAM.
.New Designs 1 Very Oholoe Pattorna 1
EST- Prices of Above Goods as Advertised in Windows fi
G"u.rta,irL IMIsiterieils I
I AM OFFERING SWISSES, 48 INCHES WIDE, AT 25c.
Corner Fort and Hotel Sts., - Honolulu, H. t
FOR SALE BY
HOLLISTER & CO.,
5S3 Fort Street,
THIS WEEK !
Cases Ex S. S.
6 Cases Ex S. S. "Alameda.'f
40 Cases Ex S. S. "Miowera."
58 Cases Ex S. S. "Gaelic."
THEO. H. DAYIES & CO.
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