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An Aot to Incroaso tho FacilitioB to
Depositors and Providing for
Ojorm Deposits in tho Hawaiian
Postal Savings Bank.
Be it Enacted by tho Executive and Ad
visory Councils of the Provisional
Government of tho Hawaiian Islands:
Section 1. Tho l'ostmaster-Qeneral, as
Managot of tho Postal Savings Bank, with
tho consent and approval of tho Minister
of Finance, may isstto to any person Term
Deposit Certificates In tho nanio of tho
Hawaiian Postal Savings Bank for deposits
of not less than Flvo Hundred Dollars nor
more than Five Thousand Dollars.
Section 2, Tho amounts so deposited
shall draw interest at a rate not to exceed
six per cent, per annum to be computed In
accordance with tho law regulating the
Bank. Such deposits shall not In tho ag
gregate oxceod $150,000 at any one time.
Section 3. Tho torm for which any
deposit shall bo received undor this Act
shall not exceed twelve months.
Slction i. Tho form of tho said certi
ficates shall bo as follows, and shall con
tain tho conditions hereinafter set forth:
HAWAIIAN POSTAL SWIMJS BANK CBBTIFI
Received from in
Coin, Dollars on
Deposit, payable In Coin on pre
sentation of this Certificate, properly in
dorsed. This doposlt is made for
months, and will bear interest from
....Ib9.., at tho rate of
percent, per annum, and In accordance
with tho conditions printed hereon.
' Minister of Finance.
Present this Certificate at the Postal
Savinga 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 the Postal
Savings Bank, when it will be paid.
This Certificate may b 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 pjblication.
Approved this 15th day of June, A. D.
Signed 8ANFORD B. DOLE,
President of the Provisional Government
of the Hawaiian Islands.
J. A. Kino,
Minister of the Interior.
707 lm-27 4t
THE DM BULLETIN.
Pledged to neither Sect nor Party,
But Established for the Benefit of All.
MONDAY, JULY 17, 1893.
The attention of the Honolulu
Road Board and tho Minister of the
Interior has been repeatedly called i
to the disgraceful state of the side
walk on one of tho chief streets of
tho town, viz., Nuuanu avenue, be
tween Beretania street and Kukui
street, yet nothing has been done
to repair or do away with the dilapi
dated and jagged relics of planks
which disgrace that beautiful ave
:iue. And in the face of this utter
neglect, the Road Board is spending
a aeai oi money in putting in a
wooden curbing on the makai side of
King street beyond Thomas Square,
where there are no houses and
very little foot traffic. Please at
tend to our necessities, before giving
THE MEASUBE HE METED.
Mr. Bishop is "surprised" at being
tho object of a personal attack. Tho
surpriso is mutual with a groat many
pooplo, who have boon atnnzod at
anybody calling himself a man, much
loss a minister of gospel lovo that
"thinkoth no evil," londing his pon,
very cautiously at homo whoro ho is
liablo to tho law, but boldly in pro
ininout papors abroad which aro bo
yond tho roach of our libol and
slander laws, to tho infamous abuse
of a widowed aud otherwise humbled
woman. His conduct is tho moro
infamous when it is known, as it is
hero in Honolulu, that Mr. Bishop's
assumed courage in attacking social
dolinquoncy in high placos is not
equal to facing, on tho same linos,
an examination of tho Councils of
tho Provisional Govornmont. Mr.
Bishop knows, as well as other men
of any length of residence hero, that
tho lives of bovoral of those who
have been honorod in tho highly
moral regime that supplanted tho
monarchy havo been notoriously
scandalous. Yot ho has tho effron
tery to raiso the moral issue in his
denunciation of tho monarchy.
When ho speaks of tho "especial
toleration and forbearance" which
have boen exorcised by his clan
"towards tho weaknesses of native
Hawaiiaus," he only makes his
cowardly avoidanco of mention of
the similar "weaknesses" of somo of
the foreigners he rejoices to have as
rulors tho moro reprehensible. Com
mon honesty, not to say decency,
should dictate to him that when he
parades the suggested "weaknesses"
of tho Hawaiian court before tho
good peoplo of the United States, ho
should at tho same time expose tho
flagrant immoralities of the con
fessedly more privileged race as
illustrated in the lives of some whom
he delights to honor. His vilest
suggestion against any Hawaiian,
when the comparative moral advan
tages of the two races are taken into
consideration, does not match the
records of some representative cham-
1 pions of the now and highly moral
I order. Mr. Bishop might enlarge
I his pictures of social conditions un
der tho monarchy by introducing
some glaring life sketches of persons
who wore not of the monarchy, but
who have been among the first to
I be exalted to high places on the
monarchy's abrogation. As these
subjects for portrayal, as examples
of what good people should not be,
havo not been ostentatious in de
, nouncing the monarchy on moral
I grounds, we do not propose to fill
up the vacant spaces on Mr. Bishop's
canvas by limning the unsavory re
cords thereon. Our purpose is serv
ed when we challenge Mr. Bishop to
, discuss the names on tho rolls of the
P. G. Councils from top to bottom,
according to tho standards of moral
i ity whereby he has judged the
Queen and the monarchy. If he
daro not accept the challenge then
he should forever hold his peace
about the "weaknesses of Hawai
i ians." When the result of this
challenge has developed, perhaps
Mr. Bishop may receive another on
the issue of religious belief, as be
tween the Queen and the set of men
whose assumption of rulership is
justified partly by tho Queen's alleg
Tho chief intorost to tho public in
Mr. Damon's lists lies, however, in
tho $12,256.83 owing on account of
maintonanco of troops, arms, ammu
nition, otc. E. O. Hall & Son head
tho list of croditors with tho tidy
littlo sum of $-1055.24, duo to thorn
presumably for arms and ammuni
tion supplied during April, May and
Juno. How much this firm received
during tho provious throe months is
not statod. Tho following firms,
partners or employees of which aro
now or have boon members of tho
Exocutivo and Advisory Councils,
havo furnished military supplies
during tho threo months ending
Juno 80, viz.: F. Wilhelm, J. T.
Waterhouso, Castlo & Cooke, "Wilder
& Co., M. S. Griubaum & Co., H.
Hackfold & Co., John Nott, M. W.
McChosnoy & Sons, Hustaco & Co.,
and Emmoluth & Co. Hero is pre
sented tho strange spectacle of mem
bers of tho solf-olocted Councils
legislating for us, carrying out tho
execution of thoir own laws aud at
tho same doing a jobbing trade in
tho furnishing lino to bo paid for by
tho taxpayers. Judging by the list
of accounts, the providing of mili
tary supplies has boon strictly por
tioned out on the family compact
basis, aud without any regard to tho
law requiring tenders to bo called
for all Government supplies when
abovo a certain figure.
Taking the accounts owing as
abovo, $12,256.83, aud other items
due by tho Provisional Government
according to the list, $1330.99, also
what has already boen paid, $88,
744.93, make tho P. G. expenses to
June 30, $102,332.75.
This uncalled for, and wasteful
expenditure on account of arms and
ammunition, etc., of $102,332.75, is at
tne rate oi about Z3U,UUU per an
num. This is how the taxes aro
A list is given of the indebtedness
of the country on account of debts
incurred during the monarchy. It
does not show that rotton and cor
rupt state of affairs which the insur
gents prate about. The total in
debtedness amounts to $57,551.26; of
that amount $47,000 is a balance due
to the Risdon Iron Works on ac
count of the new dredger, not pay
able until December 20, 1893, and
the other big item is $7839.22 for
expenditure by the Honolulu Road
Before quitting this subject, it
may bo stated that tho ability of tho
different governmental bureaus to
furnish lists such as these when
called upon to do so, proves that
there was nothing very defective as
regards the method of keeping ac
counts by the different departments
in the time of tho monarchy, for in
a good many instances tho same
men, from the Auditor-General
downwards, preside over the differ
ent departments then as now. It
ought to be remembered also, that
in the time of tho monarchy, one of
the greatest offenders against the
correct spending of Government
funds according to the appropria
tions voted by the Legislature, was
L. A. Thurston (the great champion
of annexation), when he was Minister
of tho Interior. Readers may satisfy
themselves on this point by refer
ring to tho Auditor-General's printed
roport for 1890.
Perhaps you do not believe theso
statements concerning Green's Au
gust Flower. Well, we can't make
you. We can't force conviction in
to your head or med
Doubting icit'ie into your
Thomas. want to. The money
i? yours, nnd the
misery is yours; nnd until you nre
willing to believe, ami spend the one
for the relief of the other, they will
stay so. John H. Foster, 1122
Brown Street, Philadelphia, says:
" My wife is a little Scotch woman,
thirty years of age and of a naturally
delicate disposition For five or six
years past she has been suffering
from Dyspepsia. She
Vomit became so bad at last
that she could not sit
Every Meal, down to a meal but
she had to vomit it
as soon as she had eaten it. Two
bottles of your August Flower have
cured her, after many doctors failed.
Shecan now eat anything, and enjoy
it; and as for Dyspepsia, she does not
know that she ever had it"
Hawaiiaa Harflware Go., L'ft
Saturday, July 15, 1893.
week we provide the
for additional haoni-
in your homes. It's an
season of the year in
TEMPLE OF FASHION
By Jas. F. Morgan.
Mares & Colts !
On SATURDAY, July 22,
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON.
At the Paddock, rear of tho office of J. I.
Don sett, Queen street, I will sell
at Public Auction
HORSES AND MARES
From 3 to 5 Years Old.
J. P. P. Coinco bei
that she will open tho
jgs to announce
On MONDAY, July 17th,
Next door to the Palace Ice Cream Parlors
orFEn I'ou sue-
Many columns of the Star have
boen devoted lately to descriptions
of kahuna practices among Hawai
ians. They wore in the line of that
paper's object of proving the Hawai
ians to be unfit for self government.
A member of tho Advertiser staff,
over his own signature, manfully
took the Star writer up, denying his
wholesale stigma on Hawaiians as
being easy victims of the "medicine"
men and women. Lately the New
York Post gave a notablo instance
Hon. S. M. Damon has allowed
the Bulletin to look over the various
lists containing the names and
amounts of outstanding accounts
due to and by the P. Q. at June 30,
1893. These are exclusive of what
is owing by the Government to the
public on account of Postal Savings'
Bank Deposits, Bonds and Notes.
In glancing over tho sheets con
taining the outstanding accounts
due to the Government, the name of
Dr. J. S. McGrew appears as duo tho
Interior Department tho sum of
S2150 for rent of tho Hawaiian Hotel,
part of which was due on April 1, '93,
and part previous to that date. L.
In saying that Hood's Sarsaparilla
cures, its proprietors make no idle
or extravagant claim. Statements
from thousands of reliable peoplo of
what Hood's Sarsaparilla has done
for them, conclusively prove tho fact
Hood's Sarsaparilla Cures.
Hood's Pills act especially
tho liver, rousing it from torpidity
to its natural duties, cure
tion and assist digestion.
By Lewis J. Levey.
of its assertion, that, "Voodooism
still has its victims among tho bettor j A. Thurston seems to havo owed tho
class of people in New Orleans," I Land Office of the corrupt mouarchi
The widow of a Confederate officer i cal govornmont, aud still owed it to
was brought into a condition of j P. G. at Juno 30, tho sum of $230
great distress, from tho hallucina-! (payable Doc. 10, 1892) and interest
tion that she had been poisoned and ' S27.75 since June 10, '93. Bettor dock
would die. A nogress, who was
a priestess of voodoo magic, had
thrown a white powdor in her face,
causing her to imagine that her faco
was swollen to an enormous extent.
his oxcollency's salary next month,
or ask him to shell out somo of his
profitB from his poop show.
Tho Crown Lands Commissioners
in thoir statement include $3508.38,
She was in such mortal terror of tho ' not payable until July.
priestess that she dare not inform
tho polico, the priestess having
hreatened the full power of her
art on her if she did so. Her
friends saved her tho trouble, how
ever, and tho magistrate before whom
the woman was brought said, in im
posing tho penalty, that ho would
make Bhort work of all those who
fattoned on tho Buporstition of voo
dooism. Yot none of tho American
papers seem to oatch tho Hawaiian
idea of saving tho peoplo from their
superstitions and idolatries by tho
Tho Custom House list includes as
outstanding accounts "Vouchers on
hand as cash $165.45." This sum is
mado up of various itoms paid dur
ing the months of April, May and
Juno. II they have been paid, how
can they bo still "outstanding," or
treated as cash? About what time
aro those bills to bo regarded as
paidt Is this part of tho strict busi
ness methods which tho now Collector-General
was to inaugurate?
Tho Attornoy-Gononil's Depart
ment is death on hacks. They owo
This Monday Evening
JXTT-fST IT, 1883,
.A.T 7" O'CLOCK
CONTINUATION OF THE GItEAT
AT THE ABLING-TON.
A Large Assortment suitable for House
hold Purposes and Personal Wear
without tho Slightest
Lewis J. Levey,
Bed Covers, Handkcrchtofs, Shawls,
Scarfs, Sashes, Cushions,
Doilies and Screens, Kimonos,
Fancy bilk and Cotton,
Very Fancy Silks
Handpainted and Embroidered;
Parasols. Photo Frames, Card Cases,
Carved Wood and Bamboo Screens,
For SAN FRANCISCO.
THE Al STEAMSHIP
LAND FOB SALE
AT IWILEI, HONOLULU,
Oahu, a Valuablo Piece
of Land, lIoho to Kcv, J. Will
anion's property, and known as
"Palao's Lund." 'lerniH cash.
Awily to J. W. KAIIAUMIA.
at Knllhl Pol Factory.
Or through Bell Tole.itir., Mutuul Tele. 077.
Hiniplo method of a revolution. ' about $171 for hunk and express liiro
Whou Hawaii is annoxod a new era
of social reform will dawn on tho
groat Kupubllu. Enlightenment from
tho West, and from tho manliest Htur
in the constellation, would bo a uo
volty worth a big uaoriflco.
incurred in May aud Juno. This is
at tho rate of about $811 pur annum
for this dopartmoiit alone,
Patriot LoohuiiHlolu figures as n
urodltor to tho Survey Department
to tho tuuu of $100.
ABPK0IAL MEETING OP TUB MEM
licrH of the Hawaiian Jockky Oi.uu
will Im huM un MONDAY, Julv 17th, ut
7i30 o'ulock i". ,, at the I'm I llo 01 lib.
U. U, IIKUUKU,
Fine Job Printing at th HullrUn Qjjht,
A TTjrpT. A T .T A M
WILL LEAVE HONOLULU
FOIl TUB ABOVE PORT ON
Wednesday, July 19th,
Tho undersigned aro now prepared to
Issuo Through Tickets from this city to all
points in the United Status.
For further particulars regal ding Freight
or Passage apply to
Wm. G. Irwin & Co., Ltd.,
770-W General Agents.
ELECTION OF OFFICERS.
A T THE ANNUAL MEETING OF THE '
XX (stockholders of Wm. u. lmvni it Co.,
iuj, neiu hi us omco on weunosuuy,
which to increase our stock of
goods but as the public insists
upon decreasing it, we must
import to keep pace with the
We think we have quite the
best Wood Churn you ever
used to make butter in. We
have not handled wood churns
before, preferrincr to sell the
American Wonder, a metal
machine that makes good but
ter in lour minutes, but the
demands of ranch people who
want a churn that will make a
larger quantity of the golden
hued elegance warrants our
importing these. They're in
two styles cylinder and bar
If people knew the advan
tages of the Washing Machine
over the conventional hand
methods there would be more
of them sold. We've sold a
dozen perhaps in the last six
months, sold out in fact, and
we have imported more to ac
commodate people who want
to get ninety percent of work
out of their servants on wash
days. The Western Washer
that we. sell is a boon to peo
ple with children.
The Commissioner of Agri
culture has arranp-ed with us
1 to accept our orders on him
1 for the Insecticide Wash so
that in future, instead of send
ing the ingredients to the nur
sery, whenever the wash is re
quired, we merely send an
order. We have, in conse
quence of this arrangement,
imported a number of cele-
brated Lewis' Combination
Spray Pumps, the acknowledg
ed superior to all other pumps.
If you are at all anxious to
preserve the foliage on your
trees, the means are provided
to do so.
Do you ever have any trou
I ble with your hose? .Some
times it breaks, and unless
i you are up to date in repair
1 ing it, your hose is worthless,
j To help you economize in
! your household expenses we
sell you a "mender" that has
won golden opinions in the
United States, and should meet
with the same cordial reception
here. The cost is trifling.
When your hose breaks come
to us for a Kempshall Mender.
During the past year, we
have had a half dozen different
varieties of Lawn Sprinklers,
each new one was an improve
ment on its predecessor. By
the "Australia" we have what
seems to be the very best of
all, and which we can sell you
at the same price as the
We have earned the reputa
tion of keeping the largest as
sortment of House Furnishing
Goods in this market so that
to add a large stock of Eng
lish Toilet Sets merely adds to
the good things we have in
the store and which you need.
We have several kinds of Rat
Traps, one the Little Giant that
catches one at a time, and the
French sort that takes from
five to a dozen at one setting.
It's economy to buy the latter.
We've had wonderful suc
cess with several specialties we '
have introduced, notably with j
the Hendry breakers and Hen- j
dry Rice Plows. The Breakers
Oomer Fort So Hotel Streets.
TWO GREAfSPECIALTIES !
I beg to inform tho Ladles that I have .received a Largo and Com
plete Lino o! tho Celebrated
Diamond Dye Fast Dlack Hose
For Ladlei, Gentlemen, Misses and Children in Silk, LIbIo and Cotton.
INFANTS' OPENWORK SOCKB IN BALBIUGAN annva TW WAQt m aott
INFANTS' OPENWOKK. LISLE SOCKS IN FAST I3LAOK
I GALL ATTENTION THAT I WILL HAVE A
SPECIAL HOSIERY SALE
iss- Coumieucing SATURDAY the 13th, .
WHERE GREAT INDUCEMENTS WILL BE OFFERED.
Prices as Advertised in m.y Windows 1
Window Curtains! Window Cnrtainsl
I am oflerinc Extra Inducements in that line. Received about 160 Pairs
of WINDOW CURTAINS
3yCa,rL-u.faot-u.rers' StrrrpleM3 !
IN SWISS, APLIQUE & NOTTINGHAM.
JSTew Designs 1 Very Olioioe Patterns I
8gT Prices of Above Goods as Advertised in windows "tea
O-CLrtaln. IMZaterisils !
I AM OFFERING SWISSES, 48 INCHES WIDE, AT 26c.
(Tomer Fort and Hotel Sts., - Honolulu, H. I.
ew Summer Neckwear
100 Doz. Fonr-in-Hands
Worth. 50 Oenta
100 Doz. Fonr-in-Hands
"Wortli 75 Gents.
H. S. TREGLOAN & SON,
ly 12, 18U3, the foiiottinij Bontiumenw.'ro i are in use on nearly every
elected to bervo as Officers duriiiKtho !....: ..k t1 1 l
re-elected to bervo
ensuing year, viz:
W. M. Glflard...,
T. O. Portor
Officers during the
.President & Manager
Treasurer & Secretary
W. M. GIFFAHD,
Secretary W. O. I. it Co., L'd.
Ripe Grapes 10 Pounds for $1.
IM- Apply ROUT. LI8HMAN.
Nell Tolupliono No. UI7. 771-1 w
ATA MEETING OK Till: DIUKOrOItS
of the Mutual Telephone Co. hold
thin dale, a dividend oi Four (-1) Percent
on the Cupltul Utouk was ilculurcil, pujublu
immediately ut tho olllce vt
V. O. liEHGEK,
Honolulu, July 6, lJ3. 772-lw
plantation on the Islands, and
the Rice Plows have the bulge
on the public taste. So as to
be in close touch with the peo
ple on Hawaii, we have con
stituted Mr. C. L. Wight, of
Mahukona, our Agent for the
Kohala district. He is thor
oughly familiar with the weak
points in other plows, and can
explain to customers just why
the Hendry Plows are supe
rior to any other kind. Orders
through him from people in
the Kohala district will be
2HH La Grippe
FOR SALE BY
Hawaiian Hardware Co., L'd
Opposite HprvukeU' JIlooU,
HOLLISTER & CO.,
B83 ITort Street,