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An Act to Inoroaso tho Facilities to
Depositors and Providing for
Torm Doposlta in tho Hawaiian
Postal Savings Bank.
Bb it Enacted by tho Executive and Ad
visory Councils of tho Provisional
Government of tho Hawaiian Islands:
Section 1. Tho Postmaster-General, as
Managet of the Postal Savings Bank, with
tho consent and approval of the Minister
of Finance, may Issue to any person Term
Deposit Certificates In tho name of the
Hawaiian Postal Savings Bank for deposits
of not less than Five Hundred Dollars nor
mora than Flvo Thousand Dollars.
Section 2. Tho amounts so doposltcd
shall draw interest at a rate 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 $160,000 at any one time.
Section 3. The torm for which any
deposit shall be received under this Act
shall not exceed twolve months?
Bection 4. Tho form of tho said certi
ficates shall be as follows, and shall con
tain the conditions hereinafter sot forth:
HAWAIIAN rOBTAL SAVINGS HANK CERTIFI
Honolulu 189. .
Keceivcd from in
Coin, 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
189.., at tho rate of
percent, per annum, and in accordance
with tho conditions printed heroon.
Minister of Finance.
Present this Certificate at the Postal
Savings Bank at tho expiration of the term
stated herein. Interest will cease at that
Holders at a distance may indorse tlijs
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 tho data of its publication.
Approved this 15th day of June, A. D.
Signed 8ANF0RD B. DOLE,
President of tho Provisional Government
of the Hawaiian Islands.
J. A. Kino,
Minister of the Interior.
707 lni-27 4t
that "thoy wore alleged to spring
from tho usual half-dozen royalists
without a backing." Tho Adver
tiser's imagined scaro is tho clum
siest pioco of lying that papor has
attemptod for some time. There
wore no such rumors afloat as it as
sorts. Who "allogod" that any ru
mors of tho kind sprang from royal
istsl Give tho name of one porson
who allogod it, or tho name of ouo
royalist who uttored a rumor of dis
turbance. Tho Advortisor cannot
do oithor. For its report is a disre
ANOTHER FINISH FIGHT.
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
More than a week has elapsed
siuco tho publication of Mr. Paul
Neumann's opon lottor to President
Dolo, asking that a plebiscite or ro
forendum bo hold to ascertain tho
pooplo's wishes regarding a perman
ent form of government. As yet tho
only response has consisted in tri
fling comments by tho organs of tho
Government. Tho Bilonco of tho
Provisional Government on the mat
tor indicates that tho pooplo's wishes
aro not regarded by our military
rulers as a factor in tho situation.
It boats all to understand, in viow of
this attitude of tho P. G., how they
n . a-aaa 4 1 n Ana. a. I aaa I r I 1. t n ar r a. tr
I UdU )Ub 111U WUUblj bU 111U UAJU..3U
of doubling up tho Ministry at
Washington, for tho declared pur
poso of negotiating a treaty of an
nexation. Do they for a moment
suppose that tho United States Gov
ernment, established on the princi
ple of being "of tho people, for tho
people, and by tho people," will
admit into tho family of States a
country whose people are declared,
by those who presume to represent
all that id good and great in that
country, to be unfit to docido what
form of government best suits them?
Wo cannot admit that they suppose
any such thing. A while ago the
jingo press of the United Statos, to
gether with the organs of the P. G.
in Honolulu, were raising their
eyebrows over the appointment of a
Commissioner to investigate the true
situation on these islands. They as
sumed lofty surprise as they said
that the Commissioner could not
possibly ascertain any facts that wore
not alroady on file in Washington.
The original annexation commission
had told the American Government
they said everything it needed to
know, and they thought in addi
tion everything it had any right to
know. They echoed the shriek of
the chief of tho orchard robbers,
"The pear is ripe; all you have to do
is to pluck it!" If there was no call
for an investigation from the Wash-
By Jas. P. Morgan.
Niok Barrowich Roiubob to Continue
tho Fight in tho Second Bound.
It was known to a favored few on
Monday night at tho beuofit to Nick
Barrowich at tho Armory that a fin
ish fight had boon arranged between
the boneficiary and Jack Cun ling
ham, a firoman on tho S. S. Austra
lia, to tako olaco somo timo Tues
day. Cunningham was an interested
spectator miring tho exhibition be
tween Norcott and Barrowich, taking
it all in from a cornor of tho hall,
behind his friends. It was voiced by
some of the knowing ouos that Bar
rowich, who had defeated two men
from tho U.S.S. Boston, would moot
his Waterloo when tho two mot, as
Cunningham was described as a
Barrowich was backed for tho
match bv a well-known sport in
town, who had previously put up in
his othor fights, and Cunningham
was supported fiuaucially by his fellow-employees
on the steamer. Tho
battle was to bo fought in town dur
ing tho day, but as tho principals
wero afraid of polico interference,
tho match was postponod until even
ing. Last night it was decided to
have the match fought at Waikiki.
Tho purse was S100, tho winner to
take 7f percont, Marquis of Queens
borry rules to govern. Tho men
enterod the ring at 9:80 o'clock.
Barrowich forced tho fight from tho
start and knocked Cunningham down
three times in succession. In the
last fall Cunningham was nearly
counted out, the limited time of
staying down being ton seconds.
Whon Cunningham got up he show
ed a deep cut over his right oyo from
which blood was flowing, tho result
of a tremendous right hauder given
by Barrowich. When "timo" was
called for the second round it was
noticed that Jiarrowicu was very
timid in using his right. He was
knocked down, and stayed there, re
fusing to continue tho fight. He
had sprained his right hand in a
blow on his opponent's head. The
fight and purse wore awarded to
Auction Sale of Books!
TO-MORROW, July 20th,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M
At my Salesroom, I will sell at Publlo
The Large Library of Books
Formerly on view ot tho Arlington.
TCfltu- Books now on view at my Salesroom.
Saturday, July 16, 1893.
TO-MORROW, July 20th,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M.,
At my Salesroom, I will sell ot Public
TEMPLE OF FASHION
Bedsteads, Tables, Chairs, Etc.
Also, for account of whom it may concern
i6 bots. Gin, 1 bot. Brandy, 1 bot. Whiskey
And to close consignments
5 bills. Pork, 3 bbls. Fish,
10 WOVEN Will 15 MATTRA8SES
Banana and Pineapple Grates,
Pledged to neither Sect nor Party,
But Established for the Benefit of All.
WEDNESDAY, JULY 19, 1893.
To-day's parting ovation to Col.
Sprockets shows emphatically on
which side is the heart of tho Ha
One of tho "rumors" sometimes
with the contradictions conveniently
appended that form a leading sta
ple in the Advertiser's "news," is
"that the person who tacked tho ob
jectionable placard on the gate of
Mr. Claus Spreckols' residence sev
eral weeks ago was known and his
arrest would follow. "Wo venture to
say that if tho murder gang's bill
sticker was known, his arrest would
not follow that is, just now.
Mrs. Julia "Ward Howe contri
butes an article in the Forum for
July on "How tho Fourth of July
should be Celebrated," one sentence
of which is so illustrative of the re
cent celebration in this city that it
boars quoting. She says: "We may
ask what will become of our new
Republic if tho hours of its highest
festival continue to bo occupied
with fustian oratory, gunpowdor en
thusiasm, and the exercise of every
poor and mean trade, the sale of
toys, bad food and worse liquor."
Tho allusion to "fustian oratory" fits
our case liko a glove.
ington end then, what call is there
now for boring the Washington
Government with the information
that so lately was deemed alto
is altogether one of tho most delect
able exhibitions of P. G. consistency
yet made. It makes tho inference
previously drawn a conviction, name
ly, that Mr. Thurston is too busy
with his show at Chicago to earn
his salary at Washington, and Mr.
Thurston being boss the P. G. meek
ly obeys his mandate.
" I inherit some tendency to Dys
pepsia from my mother. I suffered
two years in this way ; consulted a
number of doctors. They did me
no good. I then used
Relieved In your August Flower
and it was just two
' days when I felt great relief. I soon
ot so that I could sleep and eat, and
1 1 felt that I was well. That was
, three years ago, and I am still first
i class. I am never
Two Days. without a bottle, and
, if I feel constipated
i the least particle a dose or two of
I August Flower does the work. The
' beauty of the medicine is, that you
can stop the use of it without any bad
effects on the svstem.
This new move , Constipation While I was sick I
DO TOTJBISTS PAY TAXES P
f e 1 1 everything it
seemed to me a man could feel. I
was of all men most miserable. I can
say, in conclusion, that I believe
August Flower will cure anyone of
indigestion, if taken
t Life of Misery with judgment. A.
M. Weed, 22oBelle-
fontaine St., Indianapolis, Ind."
( m ,iw 1'WM "
I By Lewis J. Levey.
! TO-nsriOECT i
Mares & Colts !
On SATURDAY, July 22,
AT 12 O'CLOCK. NOON.
At the Paddock, rear of tho ofllce of J. I.
Dow sett, Queen street, I will sell
at Public Auction
HORSES AND MARES
3 to 5 Years Old from Kualoa Ranch.
1 aMj-lola Oo-vsr,
1 Grey Marc, Norfolk Stock;
Broken to Saddle and Harness.
Ex-Minister Stevens' "best govern-
Answers of Officials at the Custom (
House and lax Office.
Considerable talk was current this
afternoon about the alleged demand
of personal taxes from departing
tourists by the steamer.
Mr. F. B. McStockor, Deputy Col
lector of Customs, answered a re
"Wo are simply carrying out in
structions to issue no passports to
anybody who does not present a tax
receipt or an exemption certificate.
"Some peoplo say a new law has
been passed by tho Provisional Gov
ernment. Nothing of the kind. The t
Assessor is only carrying out the
law more strictly than usual. You
will have to see him about it." i EST" KTe'W Goods
The reporter then hied to tho Tax
Mr. Jonathan Shaw, Tax Assessor
and Collector, and Mr. W. C. Wee
don, Deputy, promptly answered
the reporter's questions.
Tho law was unchanged. As Mr.
Shaw understood it, ovory male resi
dent had to pay taxos. One gentle
man wlio complained this mormug
JXJXj"S- IS, 1883.
.A.T 7 O'CLOCK
CONTINUATION OF THE CHEAT
AT THE ARLINGTON.
m USTo Reserve !
Lewis J. Levey,
Notice of Foreclosure and of Sale.
IN PURSUANCE OP A POWER OP
Bale contained in a certain Morteaco
executed November 2, 18V), by Paul Molil
cnliawer and Mary Kaiku'ana Moldcn
hawcr, hid wife, of Makapaln, North Ko
hala, to Tot Shing, of said MaUapaln,
1 which Mortgage is recorded in Liber 118,
at pages -ITU-a-l of tho Hawaiian Registry
of Deeds: Notice is hereby given by the
Assignee of said Mortgagee that it is his
intention to foreclosuie said Mortgage for
condition broken, to-wit: tho non-payment
of tho principal sum and interest
thereof when due.
And notico is hereby further given that
Mortgagee's Notico of Intention
Foreclose and of Sale.
it is tho intention of said Assignee, upon
such foreclosure, to sell tho property des
cribed in and eonvejed by said Mortgage,
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
hued 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-
1 pie with children.
The Commissioner of Agri
i culture has arranged with us ,
to accept our orders on him ,
i for the Insecticide Wash so
I 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
i 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
j sell you a "mender" that has
I 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, i
each new one was an improve- I
ment on its predecessor. By ,
the "Australia" we have what '
seems to be the very best of
all, and which we can sell you
Corner Port, & KCotol Streets.
TWO GREAT SPECIALTIES !
I beg to inform tho Ladies that I havo rccolved a Largo and Com
plete Lino of the Celebrated
Diamond Dye Fast Black Hose
For Ladles, Gentlemen, Misses and Children in Silk, Lislo and Cotton.
INFANTS' OPENWORK SOCKS IN UALBRIGAN , . m . .
INFANTS' OPUNWOKK LISLE SOCKS IN FAST BLACK
1 CALL ATTENTION THAT I WILL HAVE A
SPECIAL HOSIERY SALE
nsr Commencing SATURDAY the 13th, -m
WHERE GREAT INDUCEMENTS WILL BE OFFERED.
Prices as .A-d-vertisecl in. nay "Windows !
Window Curtains! Window Curtains!
I am otTerinc Extra Inducements In that line. Received about 160 Pairs
of WINDOW CURTAINS
!M:a:rru.ra.ot"u.rrs' Sei.rrrple !
IN SWISS, APLIQUE & NOTTINGHAM.
Jt-To-w Designs I "Very Olaoioe Patterns I
8ST" Prices of Above Goods as Advertised in "Windows "a
G"u.rttin. IMIeiterials !
I AM OFFERING SWISSES, -18 INCHES WIDE, AT 25c.
S. JJ IEHI JrC ZLi X C EC ,
Corner Fort and Hotel Sts., .... Honolulu, H. I.
100 Doz. Four-iii-Hands
"WorttL SO OerLts.
100 Doz. Four-in-Hands
nt the Salosmnin of .Tninp.s P. Mnrraui. In "t lllti baillC UflCC Ui lUG
II HAT UK- tl,-
DAY, tho 20th dav of July, 18'J'J,
Honolulu, at 12 o'clock noon, on S
Terini of Sale CaMi in U. S. Gold Coin.
and Deeds at the (xiense of purchaser.
gW For further particulars apply to
0. V. Ashford, Attorney for Aiume of
Mortgage. CHANG KIM,
A--igiiee of Mortgage.
THE rROPFHTY TO UK bOMl U.MILR AND IIY VIII
TUK OV TUB Monro WIK AllOVli ItECITEH
is as rot.uiwf, nmi.i.y:
All those prcmibfs at Malcapala, North
Kolmln, Hawaii, ilc-crilicd in a deed from
0. W. Kawaialiao and Makeai his wife, to
i C. Alii dated December 31, !8-i5, and re
corded in Liner !J7 ut panes .')4.ri and aid.
containing an urea of v-iOO acios more or
ment the islands ovor bad" is nol had boon hero since some time in
successful in tho prevention and sup-, April. Nobody who had been hero
pression of crime. There has been I l'dor t.h,rt,y day8 T ,?sko,d. to pay
, . ,, , . .., . I All such who came to tho ouico wero
a long series of burglaries without givon certificates.
tho discovorj of their authors, while J -
tho moat brutal sort of prize fight- , Strongly Endorsed.
ing seems to have becomo an estab- ,. , .. .
-i. uu uuiivitiniMH '
CciSO Ol I nfirilln nttrinnlu t rt i in (.rtltr nninmnn
authorities i sense of thinking puople, because it
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT, lUHs, and heing pait of tho premlwen dps
in puittuaneo of a Power of Sale eon- ' oribed in Royal Patent 3558, 1.nnd Commit
tained in a cuitain MortKauo executed Jan. s on Award iO-fSS,
23, 1HU2, ly J. V. I'll and .Maule, Ills wile
of Honolulu, Calm, to Mrs. Muria Kuiiui
of bald Honolulu, which Mortgage is re-
corded in Liber 12') at pages 452 and -in-J, ,
the said Mortgagee intends to foreclose the i
said mortgage for condition broken, to wit:
ELECTION OF OFFICERS.
lishod institution. In the
tho lattor offense the
could easily havo brought to justice
tho principals and abottors of a re
cent disgusting exhibition in town,
in which case tho similar brutish ,
fight to a finish at Waikiki last night i
would not hare occurred. Both I
events wore common talk about town I
previous to thoir happoning, but tho )
polico establishment was evidently
in each case wrapped in convoniont
Yesterday afternoon the editor of
tho Bulletin was asked why he did
not havo u query in that day's paper,
as to what suaru the P. G. people
wero going to got up for tho mor
row's foreign mail, Although the
UHiial scaru was
! is true; and it is always fully sub-
I stantiatod by endorsements which in
i tho financial world would bo nc
, copied without a moment's hesita
' tion. They toll the story Hood's
Timo's Aid. Wife (reproachfully) j
"You loved mo, Henry, when wo '
wero married." Husband "Well,
we livo and learn. Do you think a
man is likoly to grow wisor in sovon
The Sagacious Housewife" "Shall
I dross tho uhickon, madam," said
the domestic to the young house
wife. "DresB thoohicfton? Oh, yes, I
of course. And see thut it is well '
dresHod. So much depends on ap
the non-payment of both the principal and A T THE ANNUAL MEETING OF THE
interest when due. And notico is hereby . Stockholders of Wit. G. I iuvik fc Co.,
(Iu), held ut ib ollice on Wednesday,
July 12, IB'JJ, the following gentlemen -.vcro
re-elected to serve as Oillcers during the
ensuing jear, viz:
TTnmVa Cn,,.,, ' further given that It Is tbo intention of
J..LUUU n OUlna , . l. nw ,.n ,..,.. mmti uiimI, frirmiluiirn in
C(.l( .SJ ,tf,t.U, ........ tit.w.. .... I.U.W .... -, ....
sell too piopiTiy uescriiu'u in aim eoiivoyuu
by said Mortgage nt Public Auction nt the
auction room of Uiwis J. I.ovny, on Qiieou
street, In Honolulu, on TUl.BDAY, tho 1st
day of August, 1803, nt 12 o'clock noon of
The projorty In said Mortgage is tho
premises at Kancohe, Kooliiujioko. Oahn, i
described in deed from H. H. Parker to W.
E. I'll, dated October 10, 18711, and recorded
In Liber fil, pages 270 and 271, mid from W.
E. I'll to J. W. I'll by deed made March 3,
188!J, and recorded in Liber ill, pages 31)5,
3!X1 and 307, containing an ana of 4 8-1U0
TERMS OF SALE-Cash In U S. gold
coin, and Deeds at tho expenBo of pur
chaser, tmVor furthdr particulars apply to
Jas, K. Kaullo, Attorney for Mortgugcu.
MRS. MARIA KAUAI,
. Honolulu, H. I.. July 0, IMU.
I 771 Ot-28 3t
W. G, Irwin . ..Piosldent At Manager
Cluus Spr.'ckcls Vire-i'resldeut
W. M. Olllurd.. .Treasurer it Secretary
T. 0. Porter Andltor
W. M. GIPFARD,
Secretary W. G. I. .t Co., L'd.
benro hat. I won imagined by the Ad
vort.Hor to servo tho sumu purpono,
It says "rumors of n royalist upris
ing" woro "frooly circulated," and
Hood's Pills euro liver ills, iauii-
not predicted, a i dice, biliousness, sick hoiulmilm, con
An insane Chinese woman
brought to tho I'olloo Station
WANTED JJY YOUNG MARRILI)
Mini, position as Munugorou oollee
or siU'iir plantation; has been fur two
yi'iirn uianngur III ilrairll. Holds high
huIiooI of ng luulllliururtllliule. AiMrni-h
"i'liiiitutloii (J,," till ollloe, 7WMw
CO o'ntn (i month,
LAND FOB, SALE
AT IWII.KI, HONOLULU,
Oahu, a Valuable Piece
of Lund, close to liev. J. Wni
ainau's property, mid known as
"Palao's Land." Menus cash.
Apply to J. W. IvAIIAUMIA.
ot I.alllil Pol Kuotory.
AT A MEETING oTtHE DIRECTORS
uf tliu Mutual Telephone Co, held
this date, it dividend of Four (I) Percent
on the Capital htnl: was declared, payable
U, U, lll.HUI.lt,
Honolulu, Jul) 8, lb!M, 77Mw
I Hue Jnh Hinting lit the llullftin OJIiet,
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 Littlg Giant that
catches one at a time, and the
French sort that takes from
i five to a dozen at one setting.
It's economy to buy the latter.
I We've had wonderful sue-'
i 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 a's 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
"Wortih. "75 Oents.
H. S. TREGLOAN & SON.
m hi i iwi an n Jk
grans La Grippe
FOR SALE BY
Hawaiian Hardware Co., L'd
Opposite Sprvukels' II lock,
HOLLISTER & CO.,
683 Fort Street,
KConolxolu, EC. I,