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An Aot to Incronso tho Facilities to
Depositors nnd Providing for
Term Doposlts in tho Hawaiian
Postal Bavings Bank.
fin it Enacted by tho Executives and Ad
visory Councils of tho Provisional
Qorornmout of tho Hawaiian Islands:
Section 1. Tho Postmaster-General, as
Manugot of tho Postal Savings Bank, with
tho consont and approval of tho Minister
of Finance, may issue to any person Term
Soposit Cortlllcates in tho name of tho
Hawaiian Postal Savings Bank for deposits
of not less than Fivo Hundred Dollars nor
more than Five Thousand Dollars.
Suction 1!, Tho amounts bo deposited
shall draw interest at a rate not to exceed
six per cent, per annum to bo computed In
accordance with the law regulating the
Bank. Such deposits shall not in the ag
gregate oxeced $150,000 at any one tlmo.
Section 3. Tho term for which any
doposlt shall bo received under this Act
ahull not exceed twelve months.
Section 4. Tho form of tho said certi
ficates shall be as follows, and shall con
tain tho conditions hereinafter set forth:
HAWAIIAN POSTAL SAVINGS DANK CERTIFI
Received 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
180.., at tho rata of
percent, pel annum, and in accoidance
with tho conditions printed hereon.
Minister of Finance.
Present this Certificate at the Postal
Bavings Bank at tho expiration of tho 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 bo paid.
This Certificate may be transferred by
endorsement, and principal with interest
will be paid to the holder hereof.
Section i. This Act shall take effect
from the dato of its publication.
Approved this 15th day of June, A. D.
Signed SANFOKD B. DOLE,
Presidont of tho Piovisioual Government
of tho Hawaiian Islands.
J. A. Kino,
Minister of tho Interior.
707 lm-27 4t
THE DAM BULLETIN.
Pledged to neither Sect nor Party,
But Established for the Benefit of All.
MONDAY, JULY 24, 1893.
San Francisco must be ripe for a
revolution. According to the Chron
icle, thoro are fifteen hundred lot
teries in that city.
Thoso familiar with Hawaiian af
fairs in San Francisco, as reported
in tho pross, regard tho military ex
pedition to Kauai as a very bad
stroke of policy. A news article in
tho Chrouiclo concludes, "At least,
it is the opinion of woll informed
ox-residents of Hawaii now in this
city that tho Provisional Govern
ment has shown great lack of dis
cretion in reviving this obnoxious
leper law at this time."
General .Roberto Sacasa, Presi
dent of Nicaragua, who is now in
tho United Statos, told a reporter at
San Diego that tho recont trouble in
his country was due to tho jealousy
of tho city of Loon, the former
metropolis, at Granada as tho seat
of government. He said also that
Nicaragua was heart and soul in
favor of tho canal, and its comple
tion depended on the action of tho
United States Congress.
Miss Keuoaly, who was appointed
judge of tho hygienic section of the
World's Fair by tho ladies' commit
tee of tho British Royal Commis
siouors, was surprised at the strict
quarantine regulations mot on ar
rival at Now York. "I do not think
cholora could make a deep inroad in
this country," sho said, "but you
need not bo surprised if you have it
at your doors. " You wore fortunate
in escaping it last year, but I fear
you cannot this fall. I think tho
best treatment is salino injection,
hot baths and warm, stimulating
drinks administered at tho same
In tho Star of Saturday appeared
a report of a littlo episode at a meet
ing of tho Board of Health. Mr. J.
O. Carter objected to a veiled refer
ence to himself in a Govornmout
papor, which was meant to cast on
him the responsibility for tho drastic
measures taken against tho Kalalau
lopors. By all accounts tho Star
novor wants to give both sidos of a
story if itu party is going to bo in
jured thoroby Mr, Carter had roa
Hon to bo angry. Ilia advice taken
by tho Board to have tho Kalalau
lopors removed was based on tho
fuvornblo reports of tho Deputy
Sheriff, which woro to the effect that
tho lopors had agreed to surrender
and thoro would bo uo trouble It
would not bo right to tnko tho state
ments of tho living against tho (load
without other ovidouco, yot tho baro
and needy condition of tho. lopors
brought from Kalalau certainly givo3
some color to thoir complaints of
having boon treated not exactly as
human beings Bhould bo by thoir
follow-mon. Anyhow, it is a small
pioco of busiuoss, worthy of tho
cliquo represented by tho Star, to
attempt to cast n slur upon one
mombor of an organizod body on
account of disastrous results follow
ing action voted by a majority.
IN AID OF MRS. STOLZ.
Ooncort but Not
The benefit concort to Mrs. L. H.
Stolz, wife of tho doput sheriff who
was shot by a lopor, at tho Opora
Houso on Saturday evening was not
attended by such a crowd as was ex
pected, it being for sweet charity's
sake. Nevertheless tho program
was a vory ontortaiuiug one. Thoro
is no mistake Mr. aud Mrs. W. B.
Ash and daughter are clever entor
taiuors. Tho singing of Delia Ash,
four years old, of "How much doos
tho baby woigh?" won for her rounds
of applause, ana tho Httlo thing had
to appoar again. Sho looked 'cute,
dressed in a long train, aud sang
woll. Miss Nolto rondored a vocal
solo in fatutless voice and maimer.
Prof. Libornio gave a saxophono
solo in his inimitable stylo, and was
recalled. In a solo on tho glasso
phoue Mrs. Ash captured tho audi
ence and sho had to rospond to an
encore. Mr. C. W. Booth gave a de
lightful tenor song. Mr. Ordway
played the mandolin, accompanied
by confreres on tho guitar and vio
lin. Tho orchestral music under
Prof. Bercor was of a high order
and vory well played. Mr. and Mrs.
Ash amusod tho audience for over
half an hour as a finale. Mr. Ash
created roars of laughter by his
quaint sayings and hayseed acting.
Tho couple played on ten different
instruments, including the glasso
phone, piano, kazoo, bells, bottles,
and violin. The entertainment
throughout was enjoyed by all pros
eut, and it is only regretted that it
did not have a much larger audi
Final Decision on
Homicido H. A. P.
The Supreme Court, by Chief
Justice Judd, has rendered a unani
mous decision on the exceptions to
the conviction and sonteuco of
Charles August Herring for man
slaughter in tho second degree. The
grounds of the exceptions have pre
viously been reported in this paper.
One was that Judgo Cooper was not
legally appointed to his office. All
the grounds are reviewed at length
aud the Court concludes, "Wo lind
no ground upon which to grant a
new trial, aud over-rule the excep
tions". Attorney-General W. O.
Smith for prosecution; C. W. Ash
ford for defendant.
Joseph O. Carter and Chas. L.
Carter, trustees under the will of
H. A. P. Carter, have filed their first
annual account. They charge thotn
selves with $81,146.83, and ask to bo
allowed $68,693.63, leaving a balance
of $12,453.20. Tho amount of invest
ments is $138,000, of which 103,000 is
C. Brewer & Co. stock, aud $17,000
Hawaiian Government bonds.
THE CHAMPION DEFEATED r
The Crescents Snatch the Last Game
There was a pretty fair crowd at
tho game between the Crescents and
Kamehamehas on Saturday after
noon. Tho latter toam had several
now men in the field, but they wore
by no moans crippled, as thoy did
excellent work. The Crescents by
dint of hard practice were able to
show thoir mettle, and, as some of
tho players had said, thoy did tho
students up brown. In tho initial
inning thoy scored fivo runs and
wore never headed till tho finish,
winning by a score of 8 to 4. Tho
Crescents' nine wore a jubilant
crowd after tho game, as they wore
the only team who had defeated tho
champion Kamehamehas, and in
thoir last game too. A number of
sports dropped their money through
the Kams' defeat, as thoy wore gam
bling that tho students would not
lose one game this season.
Tho electric light has
another telephone fire, this
the Mutual Telephone exchange. It
took placo at 4 o clock Sunday morn
ing. 'Besides tho destruction of a
couple of instruments nothing seri
ous was dono, only thoro was a great
scare in a number of private resi
dences. Prof. Brigham this morn
ing staled to an oporator that he
thought thoro was a revolution in
town by tho way his boll rang. In
another residence a geutloman ran
underneath tho houso and pulled
tho battery uway. Among tho in
struments affected was tho one in
Washington Placo, tho Queen's resi
dence. "My littlo boy was vory bad off
for two months with diarrhoea. Wo
used various medicines, also called
in two doctors, but nothing dono
him any good until wo used Cham
berlain's Colic, Cholora and Diarr
hoea Remedy, which gave immediato
roliof and soon cured him. I con
sider it tho best medicine made aud
conscientiously rocouimoiid it to all
who need a diarrhoea or colic modi
ciuo, J. E. Hare, Trenton, Tox. 25
and 50 cents bottles for sale by all
dealers. Bousou, Smith & Co.,
agents for tho Hawaiian islands.
Littlo Johnny "Mrs. Tnlkom
down paid a big compliment to mo
to-day." Mother "Did she, really?
Woll, thoro' uo denying that woman
hus hoiibo. What did sho payT" Lit
tlo Johnny "Sho said sho didn't hoo
how you enmo to have such a nico
littlo boy as I am,"
AID FOR POOR LEPERS.
Charitable Work Dono for tho
fortunatoB from Kalalau.
Mrs. L. Auld, through pity for tho
poor lopors who woro brought from
Kalalau. as sho had heard, dostituto
and without ovon a chango of cloth
ing, startod out on Friday last to
secure subscriptions for their roliof.
Sho had just got over a spoil of sick
ness, aud was barely able to bo out
again. From 2 o'clock until 5
o clock on Friday sho secured $05,
besides old clothing, such as holo
kus, pants, undorshirts, etc. On
Saturday morning sho continued
hor good work, and by noon sho had
in all about $135 in money. Mrs.
Auld then tolophonod ovor to tho
Kalihi Receiving Station to ascer
tain if tho Kalalau lopors wished for
auy fish or othor food, thinking
they might like a good feed, since
tho uoxt day would bo thoir last
Sunday in Honolulu. An answer
was received that they would ap
preciate tho kindness vory much.
Ou Sunday Mrs. Auld wout out to
tho Kalihi station with bundles of
good things and spoilt some time
with tho poor people, distributing
among them the results of hor can
vass for swoot charity. Each of tho
twenty-one Kalalau lopors was tho
recipient of $5, with additional cloth
ing auu necessaries. Thoy woro vory
grateful to Mrs. Auld and tho donors,
as thoy woro indeed destituto and
ponuiloss, having bcon snatched away
from thoir homes without boing al
lowed to take any of thoir personal
In conversation with Mrs. Auld
tho lepers stated that Deputy Sheriff
Stolz foil at Kalalau through his
own fault. Thoy woro all going to
surrender to Stolz, when the latter
came aud threatened to starve thorn
out in tho woods, and that when
they were thin and hungry ho would
go up with cords and tio them up.
leaving thorn to bo oatou by wild
animals. Ho made othor throats
which so frightened them that thoy
fled to tho mountains. Stolz had a
spito at Koolau, since a former meet
ing, and his language was very bitter
'JLho lepers will be taken to tho
Molokai Lopor Settlement this after
noon. Tho steamer Hawaii will leave for
the settlement at 5 o'clock this eve
ning with about forty lepers. Six
are advanced cases a d will be taken
on board at the Oahu Railway wharf,
and tho others will embark at tho
Immigration depot landing, near the
Saturday evening tho Scottish
Thistle Club, on tho occasion of its
100th meeting, was treated to a lan
tern exhibition by Mr. W. F. Wilson,
Chieftain of tho club. Many beauti
ful scones of bonnie Scotland, with
a few of England, woro thrown ou
tho canvas, also a number of animals
aud birds from life, and instanta
neous views of athletic feats. Owing
to othor attractions tho attendance
ot momuors and lady irieuds was
not what tho show deserved, and it
is hoped a repetition may be given
on a more favorable opportunity.
m m m
Trusts and Combinations
Are unpopular. But thoro is one
form of trust against which no one
has anything to sa3r. That is tho
trust which tho public reposes in
Hood's Sarsaparilla, and the best of
it is the trust is fully justified by
tho merit of tho medicine. For, re
member, Hood's Sarsaparilla Cures.
Hood's Pills are puroty vogetablo,
and do not purge, pain or gripe.
Sold by all druggists.
SEALED TENDERS MARKED, "T
der for Moving Press," will bo reco
nt tho Bulletin olllce until 12 o'clock noon
of SATURDAY. July 21, for taking down
a power Press in the old office in Queen
street nnd placing it on shipboard in Hono
lulu harbor, tho delicato parts to bo pro
perly boxed. Not binding ourselves to ac
cept the lowest or anv bid.
BULLETIN PUBLISHING CO., L'D.
panose Fauc Goods Store
Next door to the Palace Ice Cream Parlors
OFFEIt FOIl SALE
Bed Covers, Handkerchiefs, Shawls,
Scarfs, Sashes, Cushions,
Dollies and Screens, Kimonos,
Fancy bilk and Cotton,
Very Fancy Silks
Hiuidpainted and Embroidered;
Parasols. Photo Frames, Card Cases,
Carved Wood and Bamboo Screens,
Trays, Etc, Etc.,
Between Alakea and Richards Streets,
THE UNDERSIGNED ARE PUK.
pared to mako all kinds of Iron,
Brass, Broiuu, 7Mw, Tin and L"ad Cast
ings. Also n General Repair Shop for
Steuiu Engines, Rleu Mills, Corn Mills.
Wuter Wheels, Wind Mills, etc. Machines
for the Cleaning of Coflco, Castor Oils,
Beans, Ramie, Slsiil, Pineapple leaves and
other Fibrous 1'lunts and Paper Btocki
Also Machines for Extracting Starch from
thu Manioc, Arrow Root, etc,
All orders promptly attended to
WHITE, R1TMAN & CO.
Mr. Lorenzo F. Sleeper is very
well known to the citizens of Apple
ton, Me., and neighborhood. He
says: " Eight years ago I was taken
" sick, and suffered as no one but a
" dyspeptic can. I then began tak
"iug August Flower. At that time
"I was a great sufferer. Evcry
" thing I nte distressed me so that I
" had to throw it up. Then in a
" few moments that horrid distress
" would come on and I would have
" to cat and suffer
"again. I took a
"little of your med
" icine, and feltinuch
"better, nnd after
"taking a little more
" August Flower my
peared, nnd since that time I
" have never had the first sign of it.
"lean cat anything wittiout the
" least fear of distress I wis'ii all
" that are afflicted with that terrible
" disease or the troubles caused by
"it would try August Flower, as I
" am satisfied herc is no medicine
"equal to it." &
By Jas. F. Morgan.
AUCTION SALE OF THE
AT THE ARLINGTON.
.A.T V O'CLOCK
All Bargains !
New Gases Fine Goods!
Etc., Etc., Etc., Etc.
All to be Sold Without Reserve I
Jas. 2J Morgan,
Notice of Foreclosure and of Bale.
IN PURSUANCE OF A POWER OF
Sale contained in a certain Mortgage
executed November 2, 1S80, by Paul alold
onhawer and Mary Kniku'ami Molden
hawer, his wife, of Makapala, North Ko
hala, to Tot Shing, of said Makapala,
which Mortgage is recorded in Liber 118,
at pages 172-3-1 of tho Hawaiian Registry
of Deeds: Notice is hereby given by the
Assigneo of said Mortgagee that it is his
intention to foreclosure said Mortgage for
condition broken, to-wit: the non-payment
of tho principal sum and interest
thereof hen due.
And notieo is heicby fmther given that
it is me intention oi saiu Assignee, upon
such foreclosure, to sell the property des
cribed in and conveyed by said Mortgage,
at the Salesroom of .Tnme- F. Morgan, in
Honolulu, at 12 o'clock noon, on SATUR
DAY, tho 20th day of July, 1&U3.
Terms of Sale Cash in U. S. Gold Coin,
and Deeds at the expense of purchaser.
KW For further particulars apply to
C. V. Ashford, Attorney for Assigned of
Mortgage. " CHANG KIM,
Assigneo of Mortgage.
the PRornnTY to he sold uniii.r nd by vir
tue of hie mortumie AllOVE RECITED
18 AS WILLOWS, namely:
All those premises at Makapala, North
Kohaln, Hawaii, described in a deed from
O. W. Iiawaiahao and Mukcai his wife, to
C. Alii dated December 31, 18S5, and re
corded in Liber 1)7 at pages 345 and 3 10,
containing an area of 9-700 acres more or
less, und being pait of the premises des
cribed in IovarPatent38, Land Commis
sion Award 10858. 763-lOt
By Lewis J. Levey.
Mortgagee's Notice of Intention
Foreclose and of Sale.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT,
in pursuance of u Power of Sale con
tained in a certain Mortgage executed Jan.
23, 1892, by J. V. Pii and Maule, his wife,
of Honolulu, Oahu, to Mrs. Maria Kabul
of said Honolulu, whieh Mortgago is re
corded in Liber 12'J at pages -152 and -J5"i,
the said Mortgagee Intends to foreclose the
said mortgage for condition broken, to wit:
the non-payment of both the principal and
interest when due. And notieo Is hereby
further given that it Is the intention of
said Mortgagee, upon such foieclosiire, to
sell the property ue-eribed In and convoved
by said Jlortgago at Public Auction at the
auction room ot Lewis .1. Luvuv, on Queen
street, in Honolulu, on TUESD'AY, tho 1st
day of August, 18')!, at 12 o'clock noon of
The property in said Mortgago is the
premises at Knneoliu, Koolaupoko, Oahu,
described In deed from H. H. Parker to V.
E. Pii, dated October 10, 18711, and recorded
in Liber 50, pages 270 nnd 271, and from V.
E. Pii to J. W Pii by deed niado March 3,
188'J, and recorded in Liber 111, pages 393,
3!Ki and 307, containing an area of 4 8-100
TERMS OF BALK Cash in U. S. gold
coin, and Deeds at tho expense of pur
chaser. -Sr-For further particulars apply to
Jus. K. Kaulia, Attorney for Mortgugce.
MRS. MARIA KAUAI,
Honolulu, H. I.. July 0, 1802.
771 !)t-28 3t
Real Estate- Agency
No. 610 Fort Street.
1 Furnished House at Pulama near Re
formatory School f 22 per Month,
2 Houses ou Beretnnia street.
2 Houses on Fort stieet.
House and Lot on Berntuula street near
I'euBUcola. Lot 20J feet frontage and
110 feet deep.
Also, a Valuable lilouk of Brick Build-
Ings In the heart of the City,
Soveial Desirable Residences at llrst-
1 Upright Pluuo For Balo.
O. E. IIOAHUMAN,
Subwile for th lUily llullrtin, 60
firnti prr tmmth.
. filar. .
Hawaiian Hardware Go., L'fl
Saturday, July 22, 1893.
If it is a fact that diphtheria
has made its appearance here
it behooves every one who has
children to use the utmost care
in preventing the disease en
tering their homes. There are
many ways by which it may
be contracted, but none of them
more innocently than through
the drinking water. If you
wish to prevent it in that direc
tion there is but one method
at hand filter the water you
use for household purposes.
After years of experience and
many practical tests by emi
nent physicians the Natural
Stone Filter has been awarded
the medal of excellence for its
superior quality. The Improv
ed Natural Stone Filter is as
much superior to the Gate
City Stone Filter as the latter
is to the conventional Char
coal Filter that has been so
much advertised. It is need
less to say that we sell the
Improved and diptheritic
germs cannot possibly get
through the porous stone by
which the water is filtered.
If you have any fears of the
disease your first duty to your
self and your children is to
buy a filter.
The run on Kempshall Hose
Menders was so great as to
be surprising even to us.
This little article is far and
away the cheapest and best
hose mender on the market.
If your hose is leaky and you
do not want to buy a new one
get a Kempshall Mender.
When we mentioned Eng
lish Toilet Sets to you last
week, we did not expect the
entire population of Honolulu
was coming to buy them in a
day. We wanted, for obvious
reasons, to have the sale hold
out awhile, but the prices were
too cheap the people could
not resist them, so that you
now have but twenty sets to
select from a toilet set of
eleven pieces for $4 is just a
little bit cheaper than if you
bought a tin set, but every
one prefers English China.
Table Cutlery which we sell
at regular prices will outwear
three sets of "seconds" that
are selling at auction at half
the money. Remember, that
in cutlery as in everything
else, there are two qualities,
remember also that cutlery on
our shelves is "first" and you
get what you think you are
buying, handles and all.
Nearly every one in Hono
lulu keeps a carriage. The
carriage requisites are Cha
mois Skins and Sponges and
we sell them, good ones, too;
Sponges of the genuine velvet
variety that swell to the size
of a watermelon when placed
in the water.
Hawaiian Hardware Co., L'd
Opposite Bpreckcls' lilouk,
TEMPLE OF FASHION
Corner Fort Su KCotol Streets.
TWO GREATSPECIALTIES !
I beg to inform tho Ladies that I have received a Largo and Cora
plotc Lino of tho Celebratod
Diamond Dye Fast Black Hose
For Ladies, Gentlemen, Misses and Children in Silk, Llsloand Cotton.
INFANTS' OPENWORK SOCKS IN HALBRIQAN
INFANTS' OPENWOKK LISLE 80CKB IN FAST BLACK
1 CALL ATTENTION THAT I WILL HAVE A
SPECIAL HOSIERY SALE
ss- Commencing SATURDAY the 13th,
WHERE GREAT INDUCEMENTS WILL BE OFFERED.
Prices as -A.civrtiS3ci in rxiy Windows !
Window Curtains! Window Curtains!
I am ofTcring Extra Inducements in that line. Received about ISO Pairs
of WINDOW CURTAINS
Manufacturers' Sa.:ncrples !
IN SWISS, APLIQUE & NOTTINGHAM.
New Designs I "Vory Olioioe DPatterxxs I
8 Prices of Above Goods as Advertised in "Windows -8
C"u.rtalrL IMIeiterisils I
I AM OFFERING SWISSES, 48 INCHES WIDE, AT 25c.
J3 . Ji JEEl Jri. Ij X C.2 xdL ,
Corner Fort and Hotel Sts., .... Honolulu, H. I.
h$ a in
100 Doz. Four-in-Hands
100 Doz. Four-in-Hands
H. S. TBEGLOAN & SON.
cres La Grippe
HOLLISTER & CO.,
B03 ott Street,
: : : 25c. Each.
: : : 35c. Each
Honolulu, H, I,