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An Act to Inoroaso tho Faoilltios to
Depositors and Providing for
Term Deposits in the Hawaiian
Postal Savings Bank.
Bk it Enacted by tho Executive and Ad
visory Councils of the Provisional
Qovemmont of tho Hawaiian Islands:
Section 1. Tho Postmnster-Qcnoral, as
Managoi of tho Postal Savings Bank, with
tho consont and approval of tho Minister
of Finance, may issue to any person Term
Doposlt Cortlllcates in tho name of tho
Hawaiian Postal Savings Bank for deposits
of not less than Flvo Hundred Dollars nor
woro than Five Thousand Dollars.
Section 2. Tho amounts so deposited
shall draw interest at a rato not to ozeced
six per cent, per annum to bo computed in
accordance with the law rogulatlng the
Bank. Such deposits shall not in th ag
gregate oxecod $150,000 at any one time.
Section 3. Tho term for whlcli any
doposlt shall be received under this Act
shall not exceed twelve months.
ShCTioN 4. Tho form of tho said certi
ficates shall be as follows, and shall con
tain tho conditions hereinafter set forth:
1IAWUIAN 1'OSTAl. SAVINOS DANK UEKT1FI
CATES. $ No
Received from In
Coin, Dollars on
Deposit, payable in Coin on pre
sentation of this Certificate, proporly in
dorsed. This deposit is made for
months, and will bear interest from
ISO.., at the rate of
percent, per 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 herein. Interest will cease at that
Holders at a distance may indorse this
Certificate and send by mall to tho Poutal
Savings Bank, when it will bo 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 data of its publication.
Approved this 15th day of June, A. D.
Signed SANFORD B. DOLK,
President of the Provisional Government
of the Hawaiian Islands.
J. A. Kino,
Minister of tho Interior.
7G7 lm-27 4t
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
laboratod with him in getting up
the Associated Press oorrosDondouoo.
That successor is tho editor of the
Advertiser, who previous to his tak
ing tho Associated Press represented
tho San Francisco Call hero. Tho
Call and tho Bulletin being twins
get tho samo correspondence, and it
was from the Bulletin that this paper
copied tho account of tho organiza
tion of tho murder gang. There is
thoroforo strong reason for belioving
that tho editor of tho Advertiser, who
this morning devotes mora than a
column to a strainod denunciation of
the allogod insult to the American
Miuistor, was himself at least privy to
the original- publication of tho
dastardly throat against the Minis
tor, in tho following words, hero
reproduced from tho San Francisco
It is said also that tho ox-Queen
and Claus Spreckels will bo dis
posed of, and some of the extreme
radicals go so far as to say that if
Minister Blount iutorforoB in any
fight that may occur he also will be
Talk about threats after that? But
the unmitigated gall of one of tho
annexationist correspondents, who
have boon doing their dirtiest to dis
credit and slur Minister Blount in
dreary screeds, from tho very day ho
landed hero as special Commissioner
and refused all party favors, could
no further go than the following
from his article of this morning:
The treatmont of former Ameri
can ministers, howover, has been re
peated; and now thero is no reason
for concealing tne trutn mat sooner
or later Mr. Blount will bo subjected
to all tho slander and indignity
heaped upon his predecessor, if ho
continues to refuse to become a
partisan of the royalist cause.
But the rare impertinence of the
citation just made is exceeded by
the oslrich-liko stupidity of the fol
Pledged to neither Sect nor Parly,
But Established for the Btnefit of All.
THURSDAY, JULY 20, 1893.
It is no wonder Minister Blount
was angry, when an emissary of tho
Annexation Club's organ wont to
him, with the falsehood that, "Tho
royalists are bragging on tho streets
that you signed your name to that
inscription," meaning tho inscrip
tion on tho gold-headed cane pre
sented to Col. Claus Spreck.vls by
some of the "doomed men" wh o, ac
cording to correspondence inspired
and written by annexationists, w hich
was published in San Franc isco
papers, were to bo murdered by
members of tho "Citizens' TJoserv '"
in a certain contingency. Iustei vd
of bragging as alleged, the conti i
butors to tho cane took particula
pains to mako known that tho own -ers
of several of the inscribed names '
knew, nothing about the matter.
There were more on the list than
'the Queen and the Minister who
were kept out of the secret until
after the work was done. Tho
Bulletin was asked first to keep tho
names of tho Queen and the Minis
ter out of print, as they had nothing
to do with the gift, and when the
answer was made that historical ac
curacy required all tho names pub
lished in San Francisco as prospec
tive victims of tho annexation mafia,
or else none at all, tho next request
was that none of tho nannos be pub
lished in connection with the pre
sentation. This was convolied with
by this paper's giving a simple re
ference to the previously r published
list. While it may have been inju
dicious to have placed t'ne full list
on tho cane, instead of moroly the
names of tho subscribers to tho gift,
yet tho inscription did not indicate
that the cap.e was presented by all
those whese names were ongravod.
Neither the word "by" nor "from,"
usual i n such cases, was employed.
Tho 'main point is as to where the list
originated. There is whore the in
sult was committod, and not in tho
transcription of tho names for what
was meant as a pleasant practical
joke on Col. Spreck ls. The list was
originally furnishod to the Associ
ated Press of the 1 United States by
its Honolulu corespondent, who
gave as his authori ty "a member of
the Citizens' Reserve," At tho time
the letter containing tho list was
forwarded, tho Associated Press was
represented hero by Mr. Paul Cowlou,
who Iihs aiuco lofL by tho steamer
Warrimoo, For some time bofore
Mr. Cowlos left, his Buccetteor had
his commiBuloUj and, wo buliim) col.
The present case is aggravated by
the evident duplicity which accom
panied its carrying out. The list of
names is to be used abroad as a poli
tical endorsement of the anti-annexation
sentiment represented by Claus
Spreckels, and all hint to the con
trary has been carefully excluded
from both the presentation and its
publication. It was done intention
ally, and the return of the Australia
will bring the proof of this infamous
duplicity in the files of the Ameri
"Tho list of names" has already
been used abroad but not by the
anti-annoxationists, and the nine
days wherein the matter might have
been food for sensation has long
since expired. Whatever mischief
the inclusion of the American Min
ister's namo in a list of objects of
naacaoinaf inn Tnnw linvn inrnlrfin
"abroad" has by this time boon
I wrought, and the entire vile respon
sibility for sucn miscniei rests on
the annexationist correspondents of
the foreign press in Honolulu. Tho
inscription on the souvenir stick of
Col. Spreckels will only display the
grim sense of humor possessed by
the donors, showing that they are
rather good fellows, who deserve a
better fate than being made billets
for tho bullets of assassins.
It does not look right for you to
describe tho Barrowich-Cunningham
glove contest as something horrible
to contemplate. Both men rode
back to town in the same hack,
nothine tho worse for the "mill.
and were around together next
morning treating their friends. Pro
fessional pugilism in these days con
sists principally in scientific taps,
not brute force. Preachers, editors
and all like to have their sons taught
tho manly art. The so-callod fight
at Waikiki was with soft gloves.
Where therefore does the kick come
Honolulu, July 20, 1893.
Mew Departure in Shirts.
Having made arrangements with
rati extensive shirt manufacturing
iCDtnpany in San Francisco, M. Gold
iberg is now prepared to show a large
;and well assorted lino of samples in
White Shirts, both for full dress ana
(uirJinary wear; also in fine Madras
Uoths, Percalos, Flannels, and fine
IRrench Piques. A call will convince
5j,ou that it will pay to have your
Bhirts made to order at popular
Jt is reported, says the Hongkong
' Holograph, that tho steamship Zam
L b' which loft Hongkong on July 5
ft )mKobe to bo survoyed with a view
to sa lo to a Japanose firm for $69,000,
wi II, i f found in satisfactory order,
be run i regularly between Japan and
Ho nol ulu, a lino of very great pro
mise, a. ud that Mr. F. Upton, former
owner i if the Zambesi, will bo her
agent in Kobo.
Damatro Suits Lahalna Ohuroh
Trouble Ohangoa of Rooms,
Thomas W. Rawlins is suing tho
Honolulu Soap Works Company at
law for tho rights he failed to estab
lish at equity.
Thomas Notfc suos 0, T. Gulick as
guardian of A. A. Doiron for board,
lodging and sorvicos rondorod.
E. O. Crick has ontorod suit for
damages for falso arrest against
Marshal Hitchcock. His claim is
based on tho recent conspiracy ar
rests. C. A. P. Grardinor and Lau Chuck
severally are seeking damages against
tho Marshal and Cnpt. Juon for al
leged unlawful search of domicile.
Tho Lahaina church troublo has
been taken into tho Circuit Court
by tho Hawaiian Evangelical Associ
ation. Judgo Kopoikai went to La
haina to hear tho case, but granted
a continuauco until August 2, at tho
roquost of tho prosecution, to await
the prosonco of Rov. O. P. Emorson.
Hereafter Circuit Court Judges
and clerks will havo to pay their
own traveling expenses and board,
as the Clerk of tho Judiciary De
partment has notifiod that there is
no appropriation allowing such ex
penditure from tho public treasury.
The dais, drapery and emblems
are being removed from tho front
of the Legislative Hall to tho up
Tho Legislative Hall, formerly
tho principal Supremo Court room,
having been transformed into mili
tary barracks, the main hall of jus
tice will henceforth be the upstairs
courtroom, which has been used
while the Legislature occupied the
room nrst-mentioned. An addi
tional courtroom, for chamber hear
ings, is being made of tbe late P. G.
council chamber, formerly tho Ha
waiian Government Library and
Museum, and later in succession
occupied, respectively, by the clerks
of the Foreign and Attorney-General's
Tho former office of the Ministor
of Foreign Affairs will be occupied
by Judgo Cooper. That of tho clerks
of the Foreign Office will be occu
pied by Judgo Whitiug. The large
offico near the head of the stairs,
now occupied by Judges Whiting
and Cooper, will bo taken by the
Attorney-General for use in his
capacity of a judicial officer.
Juries will be consigned to the
tower room to cogitate on their ver
dicts. It is a snug and warm apart
ment where there will be no fear of
the law and evidence freezing on
These changes all being accom
plished, the whole upper floor of
Aliiolani Hale will be occupied by
the Judiciary Department.
"We are six in fam
ily. We live m a
rvn -r place where we are
EdomToxa9' subject to violent
Says: Colds and Luug
Troubles. I have
used German Syrup for six years
successfully for Sore Throat, Cough,
Cold, Hoarseness, Pains iu the
Chest aud Lungs, and spitting-up
of Blood. I have tried many differ
ent kinds of cough Syrups in my
time, but let me say to anyone' want
ing such a medicine German Syrup
is the best. That has been my ex
perience. If you use it once, you
will go back to it whenever you
need it. It gives total relief aud is
a quick cure. My advice to every
one suffering with Lung Troublcsis
Try it. You will soon be con
vinced. In all the families nrhere
your German Syrup
is used we have no
trouble with the
Lungs at all. It is
the medicine for this
G 0. GREEN. Sole Man'fr.Woodbury.NJ.
Hawaiian Hardware Co.. L'rl
By Jns. F. Morgan.
AT THE ARLINGTON.
AT IT AGAIN.
TO-MOKKOW, July 21st,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M..
At the Arlington, Hotel street, I will sell
at Public Auction
Tailors' Goods !
Household Goods !
Etc., Etc., Etc., Etc.
TOfc- The Balance of the Stock which
mast be Closed Oat.
More Kicking at the Hawaiian Na
Since the formation of the Hawai
ian National Band, the meeting
place for practice has been at W.
Aylett's on Fort street. This fore
noon the band assembled as usual
at Aylett's to practice the music to
be performed at their next concert
to bo given at the Hawaiian Hotel
They had not been playing very
long when Mr. Ligbtfoot, teacher at
the Fort-street School, turned up
and informed the band that their
playing so distracted the attention
of the youngsters from their lessons
that they must stop playing. As
the band has been practicing now
continuously for three months at
the same place, and as the Fort
street scholars get their holidays to
morrow, the band thought it was
very small potatoes for the teacher
to come and kick. However, being
willing to oblige, the band stopped
practicing. The concert at the Ho
tel is consequently off, and tho pub
lic will be deprived from listening
to the band's fine playing.
Last fall I was taken with a kind
of summer complaint, accompanied
with a wonderful diarrhoea. Soon
after my wife's sister, who lives with
us, was taken in tho same way. We
used almost everything without
benefit. Then I said, let us try
Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and
Diarrhoea Remedy, which we did,
and that cured us right away. I
think much of it, as it did for mo
what it was recommended to do.
John Hertzler, Bethel, Berks Co.,
Fa. 25 and 50 cent bottles for sale
by all dealers. Benson, Smith &
Mares & Colts !
On SATUKDAY, July 22,
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON.
At the Paddock, rear of the office of J. I.
Dowsett, Queen street, I will "ell
at Public Auction
HORSES AND MRES
3 to 5 Years Old from Kualoa Kanch.
1 IMiloitx Cow,
1 Grey Mare, Norfolk Stock;
Broken to Saddle and Harness.
1 Pair Large Bay Draught Horses
Jas. IP. 3VIorga.ii,
agents for the Hawaiian Islands,
Chance for Heroism. Adorer
(anxiously) "What did your father
say?" Sweet Girl "Oh I he got so
angry I was afraid to stay and listen.
He's in a perfectly terrible rago. Go
in and appease him."
Mutual Telephone Co.
Of Course STou Bead
The tost imonials frequently pub
lished in this paper relating to
Hood's Sai Baparifla. They are from
reliable po oplo, state simple facts,
and show beyond a doubt that
Hood's Cure Why don't yon try
this modicin I0 Bl,ro to Bot
Constipation .and all troubles with
tho digestive 6 rs andtu liver,
J1UUUB J. 1MB.
uro cured by ,
equalled us a din
Go to M. Goldb '"8 if y,ou11wo,,l.t.ft
cheap suit, ho is sol Hug out all of his
mou'H clothing at ct t. Come early
on Saturday, July U ti and got first
Hawaiian Opera House
Saturday Evening, July 22.
GRAND BENEFIT CONCERT
For the "Widow 'of tho Iiato Doputy
1. Overture Enchantment. . Herman
2. "Bay, How Much Docs tho Baby
Weight" ... Delia Ash (4 years old)
3. Song Beloeted,
J. Saxophone Bolo Carnival of Venice
6, Bolo on Glassopbone Marguerite
Mre.W. U. Ash
6. Banjo and Bong Selected
Mr, Geo. Rltman
7. Oarletta WolU Mlllleher
8. Irish Bpeclultlos. . W. H. Ash
0. Bong Belcoled.
10. Mandolin Solo Mr. Ordway
11. Modley Popular Alra , . . ,Uoft
To conclude uitli u Comlo Mualoal Act, In.
tnAluuhm 10 Instruments. Iiy Mr,
und Mrs. W. I). Ash.
Druit and Hook
now uiwn t U J. LuVuy1
THE FOLLOWING NAMES HAVE
been added to the ofllcial list of xub
ecrlbers of tho Mutual Telephone Com
pany. Please cut out and paste In a con
venient place for future reference:
030 Arlington Hotel.
380 Arniorv, Co "A."
(iii Ash, W 11 res.
40 Attorncv-Oeneral's Department.
M0 Uraun, Phil res.
(50 llroughton, Mbs 13 ros.
02J Camara, Jos res.
018 Carter, Jos L res.
217 Castle, J 11 res.
100 Cotton, itobt, Queen Street.
4!K cooper, J)r u u ros.
121 Cooper, I)r C U.
(US Day, T J res.
10 Fortlgn Department,
3!) Klnanco Department.
478 Guerrero, t L res.
100 Hare, J 11 res.
Wif Huuniinn Star.
10'! Hitchcock, E G res.
39 lnterloi Department.
'Mii ICanoa, P P res.
518 D Kaneohe Itanch Mcudouta.
700 Kahumipaou, A D res.
710 Kalanlkuu, C A res.
(J17 Kinimaka, M A res,
401 Larsen, Capt res.
411 Luens, Chan res,
010 Mitchell, Miss M res,
635 Murgnn, Jus F, Wulkikl res,
013 Mnrrell, Lieut res,
600 Murtihv. A K res.
021 McVtlgh, JDres.
(115 Ordway it Porter,
051-P MBS Co, Wharf,
0J2-Prutt, Mrs ES res.
607 U Koherleou, Geo Kuulul.
600 Blng Kiu.
(Mi-Htruttford, Mrs A res. -
143-Smlth, Walter G ma.
(ii'5 Wagutr, Will,
170-White, 13 O ros,
AUl-Wilt-oii, Lieut ri's,
42V WoJlliuuiMj, E H ros.
073 Yokoliuinii tipueiu Hank, L'd.
WH-Zllujlor, Child ros.
can he procured at the
HUires, uto, llox I'lun
J, LuVuy'd. 7ttMlt
Saturday, July 15, 1898.
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
If people knew the advan
tages of the Washing Machine
over the conventional hand
methods tnere 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 dou
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 cbme
to us sfor 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 Ave 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 i
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
havp. infrnrinrHfJ. nntablv with
. , j (
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
TEMPLE OF FASHION
Corner 'Iort Se Hotel streets.
TWO GREAfSPECIALTIES !
I beg to Inform tho
Ladles that I havo rccolvod
plote Lino of tho Celebratod
a Largo and Com-
Diamond Bye Fast Black Hose
, For Lmlicp, Gentlemen, Misses and Children in Silk, Llslo and Cotton.
INKANTS' OPENWOKK SOCKS IN BALBKI6AN
INFANTS' OPENWOKK LISLE SOCKS IN PAST ULACK
1 CALL ATTENTION THAT I WILL HAVE A
SPECIAL HOSIERY SALE
et Commencing SATURDAY the 13th, -
WHERE GREAT INDUCEMENTS WILL BE OFFERED.
Prices as .A-oVvortisecl in. nay Windows !
Window Curtains! Window Curtains !
1 am ollcring Extra Inducements In that line. Received about 160 Fairs
of WINDOW CURTAINS
Manufacturers' Setrrrples !
IN SWISS, AVLIQUE &, NOTTINGHAM.
.Now Designs I Very Olioioe Patterns I
8Sf Prices of Above Goods as Advertised in "Windows -8
Oiartaiiix ZMZa,teria,ls I
I AM OFFERING BWISSES, 48 INCHES WIDE, AT 25c.
-tLi XdL -cv. JLj X v JtX ,
Corner Fort and Hotel Sts., .... Honolulu, E I.
m 9 jflfe
100 Doz. Four-in-Hands
Wort:ti SO Cents.
100 Doz. Four-in-Hands
Wortli 75 Cents.
H. S. TREGLOAN & SON.
rpHK WEEKLY JUILLKTIN-2S 001
JL uiunsof IntereBtliiK ileadliiB Matter.
litUndK.f l niallfd to (nrrlon nnutitrlen fft.
FOR SALE BY
Hawaiian Hardware Co., L'd
Ojijioalto Hprcukelti1 II look,
HOLLISTER & CO.,
683 Fort Street,
, 3H. I