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An Act to IncroaBO tho Facilities to
Dopositora and Providing: for
Term Doposits in tho Hawaiian
Postal Savings Bank.
Be it Enacted by the Executive and Ad
visory Councils of tho Provisional
Government of tho Hawaiian Islands:
Bection 1. Tho Postmastor-Gcnerol, as
Managci of tho Postal Savings Hank, with
tho consent and approval of tho Minister
of Klnanco, may issue to any person Torm
Doposlt Cortlllcatcs in the linino of the
Hawaiian Postal Savings Bank for doposits
of not loss than Fivo Hundred Dollars nor
more than Fivo Thousand Dollars.
Section 2. Tho amounts so dopositod
shall draw intorest at a rato not to exceed
six per cent, per annum to bo computed in
accordance with tho law regulating tho
Bank. Such deposits shall not in tho ag
gregate oxeced $150,000 at any one time.
Section 3. Tho torm for which any
deposit shall bo received under this Act
shall not exceed twelvo months.
Section 4. Tho form of tho said certi
ficates shall be as follows, and shall con
tain tho conditions hereinafter set forth:
HAWAIIAN I'ODTAL SAVINGS DANK CKBT1P1-
Received from in
Coin, Dollars on
Deposit, payable in Coin on pre
sentation of this Certificate, properly in
dorsed. This deposit is tuado for
months, and will bear interest from
lb'J.., at the rate of
percent, pet 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 heroin. 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 intorest
will be paid to the holder hereof.
Section 4. This Act shall take effect
from tho dato 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 the Interior.
707 lm-27 it
THE DM BULLETIN.
Pledged to neither Sect nor Party,
But Established for the Benefit of All.
TUESDAY, JULY 18, 1893.
Nothing is more defunct this time
o' day than the lottery plea hypo
crisy of tho revolutionists. A few
facts laid it out cold.
Mr. Bishop has probably been
"surprised" at the challenge of tho
Bulletin in respect to his own ad
hominem argument in behalf of dis
order and revolution.
The Star was scooped in the two
most interesting items of city news
yesterday. It had not a line about
the Stolz inquest or the Macauley
treasure trove. Great paper the
"Neither time nor space" can be
afforded by tho Advertiser for an
swering "financial twaddle." That
may well be believed. Its time and
space are too much given up to the
production of twaddle of all kindB
to give tho answering of anything a
Probably tho greatest surprise
Itov. S. E. Bishop ever received was
when he discovered he could not
direct tho policy of President Cleve
land's administration, in its relations
with Hawaii, through gratuitous but
fatherly admonition to tho American
From tho Advortisor arises a cry
for the publication of tho history of
tho compilation and writing of tho
Report of tho Financo Committee
of 1890. Referred to tho Historical
Socioty with a recommendation that
tho editor of tho Advortisor bo em
ployed to write tho desired history.
It is loarned that tho Road Board
has had its oyo on that bad streak of
sidowalk on Nuuauu street, and will
lose no timo in having it put iu good
ropair. That luxurious sidowalk on
King stroot, about which tho Bulle
tin voiced tho jealousy of Nuuanu
street pedostriaus, was constructed
so early through tho public-spirited
action of the proprietor, Mr. G. N.
Wilcox. Proprietors have to pro
vido tho material for sidowalk con
struction on their own fronts, and
somo aro moro prompt in attending
to the matter than otliors.
Quoth tho Advortisor; "Tho esti
mation which Minister Thurston has
alroady won for himself and tho
Provisional Govornmont at Wash
ington Is but au oaruost of what can
bo dono where a causo is just and
tho truth is alouo appealed to for its
nupport." Ah really nothing haa
reached tho Hawaiian public regard
ing any of Mr. Thurston's oflicial
doings at Washington, beyond pre
senting his credentials, it is good
nows to hoar that ho has won an
"estimation which isbutauoarnost."
Tho young man is vory earnest him
self, novor mind in what causo, but
tho taxpayers imagined ho was run
ning his show at Chicago all this
Useless litigation to an' iutormina
bio dogreo has boon provoutod by a
sorios of decisions just rendered by
tho Su promo Court. Under tho now
Judiciary Act an appoal lies to tho
Supromo Court on points of law
from "all decisions" of District
Courts. On tho strength of this
provision somo attornoys have lately
flown off to tho Supromo Court with
appeals from moro rulings on de
murrers and tho like by tho District
Magistrate Tho Court has put a
stop to this practice, which could
oasily prolong a caso indefinitely
through au appoal against every
wink of tho Magistrate, by constru
ing tho provision in question to ap
ply only to final decisions or judg
ments of tho District Court.
Mr. Thurston is to have au assist
ant in managing Hawaiian affairs at
Washington. A vory good assistant
too much bettor fitted overy way
for discroot diplomacy than tho
principal most people will say. Pro
fessor W. D. Alexander, Superinten
dent of tho Govornmont Survey aud
one of the historians of Hawaii, is
tho man. Doubtless tho P. G. be
lieves tho additional expense of an
other Minister at Washington is
necessary. But how the patriotic
party supporting tho P. G. would
funic and bluster if actions such as
this in which tho P. G. record
abounds were done by any othor
Cabinet the country has had since
tho first of 1890. It is not unjusti
fied by previous actions to inquire
whether one roason for a twin Min
istry at Washington is not to give
the first Minister freedom to attend
to his private business at Chicago.
Those Intended Murdorera.
The annexation party have evi
dently been annoyed at tho dis
closure made in San Francisco, of
their murderous intentions against
thoir political opponents. Even tho
oflicial organ, the Star, which, siuco
its incoptiou, has always advocated
extreme measures, loading to de
portation and bloodshed on behalf
ol tuo filibustering causo, lias been
obliged to deny "per order" tho
damaging fact; it wishes the readers
of the American press to doubt the
veracity of tho S. F. Bulletin's dis
closures, and, in its issue of July
17th, it declares editorially, always
for the benofit of the American
press, that "no murder society, or
anything equivalent to it, lias been
or will be formed or countenanced
by the Annexation Party."
It is really very good for tho editor
'of the Star, a new comer hero,to make
affirmations paid so much a lino
on facts of which he may not be
Eersoually cognizant. But tho iu
abitants of Honolulu do believe iu
the murder socioty revealed by tho
S. F. Bulletin, and moreover they
know it is no now thing among the
sanctimonious people who consti
tute the missionary-annexation par
ty. It is well known that the "pub-
lic-safety"measure of "marking down
and distributing opponents around
to be shot iu case of disturbance"
began at tho time of the "sacred"
conspiracy which led to tho 1887
revolution, aud tho namo of the pro
minent man to whoso lot it fell to
shoot King Kalakaua, in tho event
of his resisting tho revolution, is au
open secret. Only at that time the
list of doomed names was somewhat
different, somo having been dropped
out, like Kaulukou, Kaao, Baker, and
others added, like thejtwo Ashfords,
Kenyon, etc. It might bo said, as a
palliation, that theoxistonco of the
"Murderers' Socioty" was unknown
to the leaders of tho P. G. party,
and only concocted in the brains of
the irresponsible small fry of "radi
cal" followers. But as some of the
leaders wore in a similar business in
1887, may it not bo taken as proba
ble that they aro iu it now?
At any rato, the vory fact of a
society of that nature being rum
ored, is a blot on tho "pure" reputa
tion of tho P. G. party, aud shows
the folly of their policy, because it
must bo self-evident that, iu case tho
murderers attempt to carry out
thoir threats, every ouo of tho
doomod men has frionds enough to
bo able to retaliate by solocting as
many responsible men on the other
sido, for applying tho "lex talionis"
to, and adding moreover ton to ouo
moro, taken at random out of the
ranks of the "Citizens' Reserve,"
whatovor that may mean. Gentle
men, take care not to utibtring race
hatred and retaliation among tho
hitherto poacoful nativos, or you
might somo day find yourselves
wishing novor to have been born.
To Get at tho Facts
Kogarding Hood's Sarsaparilla, ask
tho people who tako this medi
cine, or read tho testimonials often
published in this paper. Thoy will
certainly convince you that Hood's
Sarsaparilla possesses unequallod
merit, and that Hood's Cures.
Hood's Pills cum constipation by
restoring t ho peristaltic action of
tho alimentary canal, Thoy aro tho
best family cathartic.
Worso. Ponolopo "U'b dreadful I
Papa wants mo to marry n man I
have novor soon." Pordita "That'u
nothing. My father wants mo to
marry a man I havo neon,"
Tho Franchise for Japanoso.
Tho Hawaiian quostion continues
to attract much journalistic atten
tion in Japan. Tho Radical party
aro evincing special interost iu tho
mattor. What action thoy will ulti
mately tako is moro than wo can
Eredict. Thoro scorns, howovor, to
o little doubt that thoy will bring
strong prossuro to boar upon tho
Govornmont in tho sonso of securing
tho franchise for Japanoso emigrants
in Hawaii. Tho Jiyu obsorvos that
Hawaii is a small country possossing
in itsolf little vnluo for an nunoxing
Power. Noithor doos Japan dosiro
to mm ox it. But tho miestiou of
obtaining tho suffrages for Japanoso
rosidonts thoro is of vital iinportanco
to .Intinn in mnrn Minn mm rusnnet..
It is directly important in respect of
tuo intorests of tho (),UUU Japanoso
subjects residing iu that country,
aud indirectly important bocauso
tho status of tho Japanoso emigrants
thoro affects the future position of
Japan in tho coniiuorcial world of
tho Pacific. But above all it is im
portant as a means ot drawing gen
eral attention to tho Empire's real
position and strength. In short
tho Radical organ proposes to
employ tho Hawaiian quostion as
a moans of national advertise
ment, and declares that Japan is
now offorod a unique opportunity
to display hor strougth before
the oyos of tho whole world. Our
contemporary concludes by saying
that tho problem has boon definitely
placed upon tho programme of tho
Radical party, and by recommend
ing its readers to study tho matter
soriously. The Choya Shimbuu ob
serves that the situation iu Hawaii
being still unsettled, the present is
the bost time for tho Japanoso Gov
ernment to tako active steps towards
obtaining tho franchise for its sub
jects in that country. Our contem
porary doos not maintain that Jap
anese should attempt any undue in
terference in tho internal affairs of
Hawaii; nor doos it adviso its coun
trymen' thoro to sido with this or
that particular party. But it strong
ly urges tho Government to project
effective measures for attaining tho
deairod object. As to tho method
of procedure, it prudently loaves
that to tho discretion of tho autho
rities. In another article, tho same
paper alludes to the expected visit
of Mr. Neumann of Hawaii, and says
that tho object of his comiug is ap
parent without any comment. As
to the result, howovor, our contem
porary predicts nothing. It con
fines itsolf to au expression of con
viction that he will receive consider
able sympathy from tho Japanese.
On Thursday of last weok, tho
day tho expedition arrived in town,
a native mountod on a whito horse,
with two bags supposed to contain
food, was seen in the Kalulau valley
from the Waitnea pass going up to
whore Koolau's otfects wore found
by tho soldiers. The native was
seen to get off tho nniinnl and carry
tho bags into tho bush. When he
again made his appearance ho
had nothing in his hand. Shortly
afterward a ,fog settled down and
neither horse nor' rider was seen
again. This report was brought to
Makawoli by guards who returned
Unfair Advantage. Mrs. Figg
"You littlo wretch, have you been
fighting again?" Tommy Yos'm.
Johnny Briggs asked mo to give him
a piece o' my apple. I wasn't goin'
to give him none of it, but ho said
'please,' and then, of course, I had
to. But you bet I made him sorr
he said it 'fore 1 got through
Martinsville, N.J., Methodist Par
sonage. " My acquaintance with
your remedy, Bosilice's Gorman
Syrup, was made about fourteen
years ago, when I contracted a Cold
which resulted in a Hoarseness and
a Cough which disabled me from
lilling my pulpit for a number of
Sabbaths. After trying a Physician,
without obtaining relief I cannot
ay now what remedy be prescribed
I saw the advertisement of your
remedy and obtained a bottle. I
received such quick and permanent
help from it that whenever we have
had Throat or Biouchial troubles
ince in our family, Boschee's Ger
man Syrup has been our favorite
remedy and always witli favorable
results. L have never hesitated to
report my experience of its use to
otheis when I have found them
troubled in like manner." Rev.
W. H. Haggartv,
of the Ncwaik, New Safe
Jersey, M . I J. Confer
ence, Apnl 25, '90. Remody.
G. 0. GK UUX. Sole Man'fr.Wooillmrv.N.l.
ELECTION OF OFFICEKS.
AT THE ANNUAL MEETING OF THE
Stockholders of Wm. G. Imvin it Co.,
(L'n), held at its olllco on Wednesday,
July 12, 1893, the following gentlemen were
re-elected to torve as Olllcers during the
ensuing year, vizi
W. G. Irwin President .t Manager
Clans Spreckels VIrn-l'rtsident
W. M. Gllliird... .Treasurer ti Secretary
Secretary W. G. I. ti Co., L'd.
LAND FOB SALE
AT nVILEI, HONOLULU,
Oiihu, u Valuable Piece
of Land, elocu to Hov, J. Wat
atnau'tt property, and known us
"1'nluo'n Lund.'1 Terms cash,
Apply to J. W. KAHAUMIA,
1 ' ut Kidlhl Pol Paotory.
Or through Dull Tele. UP), Mutual Tele.077,
Pint Job ftMiniTaUh HulUtin 0kt,
By Iiowls J. Lovoy.
This Tuesday Evening
JTJXjY IS, 1B93,
.A.T 7- O'CLOCK
CONTINUATION OF THE GREAT
AT THE ARLINGTON.
A Largo Assortment suitable! for House
hold Purpose anil Personal Wear
without the Slightest
Lewis J. Levey,
Mortgagee's Notico of Intontion to
Foreclose and of Bale.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT,
in pursuance of a Power of Salo con
tained in u ecu Uiin Murtnuu executed Jan.
J3, 18i, by J. W. I'll and Mnulo, his wife,
of Honolulu, Oaliu, to Mr". Maria Knhai
of said Honolulu, whluh Mortgage is re
corded in Liber 12.) at pages Al-fl and 45't,
the said Mortgagee Intends to foreclose tho
said niortrnifH) for uuiulHion broken, to wit:
the non-payment of both the principal and
Intorest when due. And notice is hereby
further given that it is tho intention of
said Mortgagee, upon such foreclosure, to
sell tho property des-erilicd in aud convoyed
by said Jlortgago at Public Auction at tho
auction room of Lewis .1. Levov, on Queen
street, in Honolulu, on TUESDAY, the 1st
day of August, 1893, at 1-' o'clock noon of
The property in said Mortgago is the
promises at Kaneohe, Knohiupuko. Oalui,
described In deed from II. 11. Parker to W.
E. Pit, dated October 10, 187(i, ami recorded
in Liber fill, pages 270 and "J7 1, and from W.
E. Pii to J. V. Pil by deed made March 3,
18s!l, and lecordrd in Liber 111, pages :i!)o,
390 and It'J", containing an area of I 8-100
TERMS OF SALE-Cash in U. S. gold
coin, and Deeds at the expense of pur
chaser. ttfVor further particulars apply to
Jas. K. Kaulia, Attorney for Mortgagee.
MltS. MARIA KAUAI,
Honolulu, H. I.. Jnly 0, 1802.
771 !)t-28 3t
By Jas. F. Morgan.
Mares & Colts !
On SATURDAY, July 22,
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON.
At the Paddock, rear of the olllce of J. I.
Dowsett, Queen street, 1 will sell
at Public Auction
HORSES AND MARES
3 to (i Years Old from Kualoa Ranch.
Notice of Foreclosure and of Sale.
PURSUANCE OP A POWER OF
Salo contained in a certain Mortuaeo
executed November 2, lhS!, by Paul ilold
enhawer and Marv Kallmann Moldon
liauer, bis wife, of Mnkapala, North Ko
hala, to Tot Siting, of said Mnkapala,
which Mortgage i recorded in Liber 118,
at pages 172-3-1 of the Hawaiian Ileghtry
of Deeds: Notice is hereby given by the
Assignee of said Mortgagee that it is his
intention to foruclo-ure said Mortgago for
condition broken, to-wit: the non-payment
of tho principal sum and interest
thereof when due.
And notico is hereby further given that
it is the intention of Miid Assignee, upon
such foreclosure, to ell the property des
cribed in and conveyed by said Mortgage,
at the Salesroom of .lame- 1 Morgan, in
Honolulu, at 12 .o'clock noon, on SATUR
DAY, tho 29th dav of July, lt.93.
Terms of Sale-Cash in U. S. Gold Coin,
and Deeds at the expense of purchaser.
tW For further particulars apply to
0. V. Ashford, Attorney for Assignee of
Mortgago. UilANO KIM,
Assignee of Mortgage.
TIIK ntOl'intTY TO HE nW.U UNIPI'II AND 11V VIII
TUK OF THE MOKTCi VUE AllOVli IlECITEU
is as rou.ow.s, namely:
All tlio.e premises at Makapala, North
Kohalii, Hawaii, described In a deed from
O. W. Kawaiahno and Makeal his wife, to
O. Alii dated December 31, 185, and re
corded in Liber !)" ut liagcs 315 and 310,
containing an area of v-700 acres more or
less, and being part of the premises des
cribed in Koyai Pntciit.'J5 18, Land Commis
sion Award 1(H58. 703.10t
For SAN FRANCISCO.
THE Al STEAMSHIP
' ' -a.tjst:r,.a.:liI .a. '
WILL LEAVE HONOLULU
FOIl THE A 110 VI! POUT ON
Wednesday, July 19th,
Tho undersigned aro now prepared to
Issuu Through Tickets from this city to ull
points iu the United Status.
For fm titer particulars regarding Freight
or Passage apply to
Wm. G. Irwin & Co., Ltd.,
77Wlt General Agents.
ATA MEKTI.VGOFTHE MUKOTOItS
of the Mutual Ti'loplmiio Co, held
this date, a dividend of Pour (I) Percent
on the Capital Htoclc was declared, payable
Immediately ut the olllce of
0. O. HHIUIHH,
Honolulu, July 8, 1B1X). 77IMw
Hawaliaa Hardware Co.. L'd
Saturday, July 15, 1893.
This week we provide the
means for additional happi
ness in your homes. It's an
odd season of the year in
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, preferring to sell the
American Wonder, a metal
machine that makes good but
ter in four minutes, but the
demands of ranch people who
want a churn that will make a
larger quantity of the golden
hu.ed elegance warrants our
importing these. They're in
two styles cylinder and bar
rel. 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 arranged with us
to accept our orders on him
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
ble with your hose? Some
times it breaks, and unless
you are up to date in repair
ing it, your hose is worthless.
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
the Hendry Breakers and Hen
dry Rice Plows. The Breakers
are in use on nearly every
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
Hawaiian Hardware Co., L'd
Opposite Htiret'ltelti1 lllouk,
Corner Fort Bo Hotel Streets.
TWO GREAUtECIALTIES !
I beg to Inform tho 'Ladles that I havo received a Largo and Com
plete Lino of tho Celebrated
Diamond Dye Fast Black Hose
For Ladies, Gcntleinon, Misses and Children in Silk, Lisloand Cotton.
INFANTS' OPENWORK BOOKS IN BALBRIGAN
INFANTS' OPENWORK LISLE SOCKS IN FAST BLACK
1 CALL ATTENTION THAT I WILL HAVE A
SPECIAL HOSIERY SALE
m- Coiiuneiiciiig SATURDAY the 13th, -
WHERE GREAT INDUCEMENTS WILL BE OFFERED.
Prices as Advertised in. nay "Windows !
Window Curtains! Window Curtains!
I am oflermi; Extra Inducements in that line. Rccclvod about 160 Pairs
of WINDOW CURTAINS
:Ma,:n.-mfaotxrers' Samples !
IN SWISS, APLIQUE & NOTTINGHAM.
,N-w Designs I "Very Olioio Patterns I
8ST Prices of Above Goods as
GiartairL IMIeiterisils I
I AM OFFERING SWISSES, 48 INCHES WIDE, AT 25c.
J3 . Hj EoL
Corner Fort and Hotel Sts.,
100 Doz. Four-in-Hands
100 Doz. Four-in-Hands
H. S. TREGLOAN & SON.
cures La Grippe
HOLLISTER & CO.,
BS3 Tort Street
Advertised in "Windows
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