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An Act to Inoroaae tho Facilitton to
Depositors and Providing for
Term Deposits in tho Hawaiian
Postal Savings Bank.
Bb it Enacted by tho Executives and Ad
visory Councils of tho Provisional
Government of tho Hawaiian Islands:
Section 1. Tho Postmaster-Qoneml, as
Managci of tho Postal Savings Bank, with
tho consent and approval of tho Minister
of Finance, may issue to any porson Term
Deposit Certificates In tho name of the
Hawaiian Postal Savings Bank for deposits
of not less than Plvo Hnndred Dollars nor
more than FIvo Thousand Dollars.
Section 2. Tho amounts so doriosUtcd
shall draw lntorest at a rate not to uxc oed
six per cent, per annum to bo compu tei 1 in
accordance with the law regulating the
Bank. Such deposits Bhall not in tit ag
gregate exceed if 150,000 at any one time.
Section 3. The term for which "Jiny
deposit shall bo received under this Act
shall not exceed twelvo months.
Section 4. Tho form of the said co-rtl-flcatos
shall bo as follows, and shall con
tain tho conditions hereinafter &ot forth,:
HAWAIIAN TOSTAL SAVINGS BANK C KKT IFI-
Honolulu 1S0 . .
Keccl ved from in.. . . .
Coin Dollars: on
Deposit, payablo in Coin on. .pre
sentation of this Certificate, property In
dorsed. This deposit is mado for
mouths, and will boar interest from
189.., at the rate of
percent, pel annum, and in accordance
with the conditions printed hcrcoi r.
Minister of linance.
Present this Certificate at tlae Postal
Savings Bank at the expiration o f the term
stated herein. Interest will cense at that
Holders at h distance may indorse this
Cenificate and send by mail to tho Postal
Savings Bank, when it will be paid.
This Certificate may bo transferred by
endorsement, and principal with interest
will be paid to the holder hereof.
Section 1. This Act shall take effect
from the date of its publication.
Approved this loth day of June, A. D.
Signed SANFORD B. DOLE,
President of the Provisional Government
of the Hawaiian Islands.
J. A. Kino,
Minister of the Inter) or.
707 lm-27 4t
TEE DAILY BULLEffl.
Pledged to neither Sect nor iarty,
But Established for the Benefit of All.
TUESDAY, JULY 25, 1893.
An account of "beneficial Insects"
employed in California to war
against tho enemies of plant Jife will
be found in this issue. It may be
of service to the Bureau of Agricul
ture as well as to Hawaiian agricul
A correspondent raises tho ques
tion of the political rights of labor
in Hawaii. As no class here has the
enjoyment of any political righAs at
present, the dibcussiou possesses only
the interest attaching to any im
portant foreigu topic. Intelligent
labor has theoretically owned a
goodly part in Hawaiian politics in
the pant, but in practice it has been
overshadowed and subverted by the
forces of capital.
Dr. Trousseau has resigned from
the board of examiners of leprosy, to
signify the conclusion he has reach
ed that the disease is not one requir
ing strict segregation. True to its
instincts the Star endeavors to make
political capital out of the doctor's
action. According to that sheet,
Dr. Trousseau is only trying to en
courage Hawaiian antipathy to tho
Government. The recent immigrant
may be informed that, as far back
as nine years ago, when Dr. Trous
seau was interviewed for the Bulle
tin on tho same subject, his mind
was in doubt enough to make him
non-committal. Ho would only
state bald facts that had como un
der his professional observation.
However, it is unnecessary to defend
Dr. Trousseau in this community
against tho snarl of any coterie or
IT'S A POOR BULE, ETC.
Both tho P. G. organs make hasto
to manufacture political capital out
of tho financial difficulties of Mr.
Parkor. Tho Advortisor violates
historical accurucy ogregiously when
it classes Mr, Parker among men
who "havo only displayed an inclina
tion to turn to politics and govern
mental affairs when thoy havo folt
their wealth slipping away through
thoir persistent improvidonco." As
Mr. Parkor was a member of tho
House of Nobles for somo years be
fore tho Iloform constitution of 1887,
or whou his affairs were in tho bloom
of prosperity, tho Advertiser's Blur
does uot fit him well. Thoro nro
notablo oxamplos in history of men
who mado a muss of thoir private
finances, yot who provod in public
life to bo tho most brilliant of fiimn-
ciors. Thoro is no nood, however,
of going to past history for such ex
amples, Several conspicuous in
stances are not a year olfi. Governor
MoKinloy of Ohio, author of the
existing fiscal policy of tho United
States, became a helpless baukrupt
a few months ago, and was only
saved from absolute povorty by tho
generosity of friends. Sir Arthur
Dibbs, Promior and ono of tho fore
most statesmen of New South
Wales, had to resign his seat in
Parliament, when ho roturuod from
an official visit to Loudon rocontly,
on account of his bankruptcy. Mr.
Foster, Secretary of tho Troasury
in President Harrison's administra
tion, no soouor wont out of office
than he wont into bankruptcy. An
other case is that of a brilliant mem
ber of tho Home Kulo party, who
lately resigned his sent in Parlia
ment because ho was bankrupt. Will
tho Advortisor venture to designate
all these eminent statesmen of our
own times as belonging to "a needy
crowd of political parvenus?" It
could do so with as much justice as
it evinces in jumping on a Hawai
ian found in similar circumstances
for a "terriblo example."
This afternoon at St. Andrew's
Cathedral, tho popular postmaster
of Wailuku, Mr. W. A. McKay, aud
Miss Catharine Louise Kitchio wore
married by Eov. Alox. Mackintosh.
A goodly number of the intimato
friends of tho couple wore present,
including Mr. aud Mrs. R. D. Wal
bridgo, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Z. Aus
tiu, Judge J. M. Davidson, Captain
and Mrs. J. C. Lorenzen. Mr. Wray
Taylor played soft strains on the
organ during tho ceremony,
besides wedding marches on
the entry and oxit of the
bridal part'. Mr. Austiu performed
the interesting ceremony of giving
tho bride away. Mr. and Mrs. Aus
tiu wore close friends of Miss Kitchio
when living on Maui, and she spent
a pleasant season lately at their
present home, Kapaa, Kauai. Tho
bride was highly esteemed by a
largo circle of friends when living
in Honolulu some years ago. Tho
couplo will leave lor their future
homo at Wailuku by the steamer
Claudiuo this oveniug.
Qood Rural School.
The Government school at Kalua
aha, Molokai, is one of the most
isolated institutions of civilization
in these islands. Yet it gave one of
the most brilliant exhibitions at tho
terminal closing of all tho schools
in the group. Mr. G. L. Edwards,
principal, had the program printed
in gold aud colors at the Bulletin
job office, and it was an elaborate
bill of 35 numbers. There was a
roll of 82 pupils, most of whom
paticipated. Tho Inspector-General
did not manage to reach the Kalua
aha school on his latest tour, conse
quently Mr. Edwards brought his
examination papers to town. An in
spection of those proves that tho
work douo compares favorably with
the best dono in the city schools.
One particularly noticeable feature
is the proficiency in English attained
by tho young Molokai native. Tho
assistant teachers are F. H. Kauwahi
and Miss Julia Haiku.
Knights of Pythias.
Following are the officers of Oahu
Lodge, No. 1, Knights of Pythias,
for the onsuing year: Chan. Com.,
B. Bergorson; Vice Chan., H. Klem
me; Prelate, John Buckley; Mas
ter at Arms, A. G. da Silva; K. of R.
& S., J. A. Rodanot; Master of Fin
ance, H. C. Roid; Master of Ex
chequer, Henry Smith; Innor Guard,
Chas. A. Kidder; Outer Guard,
Daniel McCorriston, and Master of
the Work, John Neill. Those officers
were installed by the Deputy Su
premo Chancellor, Chas. J. Mc
Carthy, on tho 14th hist., who was
assisted on that occasion by Past
Chancellor John F. Eckardt. The
lodjje expects a prosperous term
und er tho new officers.
Two nativos, Kalili and Kulou,
were brought to the Police Station
at 7 o'clock this morning, ono with
a jagged cut in his right log from
which blood was flowing. Kulou
charged Kalili with having cut him
in tho log with a penknife, in a dif
ference over a trivial matter. Thoy
had been in the habit of arguing
every morning before going to work,
and woro joking togother as usual
when Kalili got furious and stabbed
him in tho leg. Kalili was charged
with assault with a deadly weapon.
Kulou was requested to go to a
doctor, but ho declined and wont
A Common Nuisance.
A musician from the U. S. S. Bos
ton is makiug himself notorious as
a would-bo masher. Ho has ovou
carried his tondoncy bo far as to in
sult ladies on tho street. On Satur
day night this freak insulted a lady
on King street aud came near being
hurt by some of .his bhipinates, who
state that this is uot tho only placo
whore ho has pursued his tactics.
Ho generally hangs out at band con
certs. If ho does not abandon his
practices lie will bo exposed by
uamu,which could bo douo now at the
itibtauco of his own comrades.
In saying that Hood's Sarsnparilla
cures, its proprietors niako no idle
or extravagant claim. Statements
from thousands of reliable people of
what flood's SarMipurilla has douo
for them, conclusively prove tho fact
Hood's Sarsaparilla Cures.
Hood's Pills act especially upon
the liver, rousing it from torpidity
toils natural duties, cure couBtipa
tiou and assist digestion.
Here is something from .Mr. Frank
A. Hale, proprietor of the De Witt
House, Lowistoti, and the Tontine
Hotel, Brunswick, Me. Hotel men
meet the world as it comes and goes,
and are not slow in sizing people
and things up for what they are
worth. He says that be has lost a
father and several brothers and sis
ters from Pulmonary Consumption,
and is himself frequently troubled
with colds, and he
Hereditary often coughs enough
to make him sick at
Consumptlonhis stomach. When
ever lie has taken a
cold of this kind lie uses Boschee's
German Syrup, and it cures him
every time. Here is a man who
knows the full danger of lung trou
bles, and would therefore be most
particular as to the medicine he used.
What is his opinion ? Listen 1 "I
use nothing but Boschee's German
Syrup, and have advised, I presume,
more than a hundred diffeient per
sons to take it. They agree with
me that it is the best cough syrup
in the market."
By Lewis J. Lavoy.
Household -:- Furniture
Dv order of T. R. Walker, Esq., H. B. M.
Vice-Consul, I will Bell at Public Auction
at the Uesidonco of the late B. MAOAU-
LEY, Alakea street, adjoining the Pacina
On FRIDAY, July 28th,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M.,
The Whole of tho Household Furniture
and Effects contained in suid Resi
dence, consisting of
3 BED ROOM SETS!
Spring Mattresses, Pillows.
Mosquito Nets, B. W. Wardrobe,
It. W. Uentcr Table,
B.W. PARLOR SET
Rugs, Matting, Lamps,
lied and Table Linen, Curtains,
Chairs aud Rockors, Pictures, Lounge,
Books, 1 Organ and 1 Melodeon,
2 FIXE OLD VIOLINS,
Piano Tuning Tools, Material and Strings
Kitchen Stove and Utensils, Ice Box,
Meat Safe, Cutlery, Crockery,
Clothing, Garden Hose and Tools,
I-i-wis J. Levey,
Mortgagee's Notice of Intention to
Foreclose and of Sale.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT,
in nursuauco of a Power of Sale con
tained in a ceitain Mortgago executed Jan
L'3, lb!)2, bv J. V. Pii and Maule
of Honolulu, Oahu, to Mrs. Maria Kahai
of said Honolulu, which Moitgago is re
corded in Liber 129 at pages ir2 and -151,
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 notice is hereby
further given that it is the intention of
said Mortgagee, upon such foreclosure, to
sell the property described in and conveyed
by said Mortgago at Public Auction at the
auction room ot Lewis J. Levey, on Queen
street, in Honolulu, on TUESDAY, tho 1st
day of August, 181)3, at 12 o'clock noon of
The pror.orty in baid Mortgago is the
Sromisos at Kancohe, Kooluupoko, Oahu,
escribed in deed from H. H, Parker to W.
E. Pii, dated October 10, 187(, mid recorded
in Libor r0, pages 270 and 271, and from V.
E. Pii to J. W. Pii by deed made March 3,
18SL), and recorded in Liber 111, pages 393,
3!W and 3'7, containing an area of -1 8-100
TERMS OF SALE-Cash in U. S. gold
coin, and Deeds at the expense of pur
chaser. iVFor further particulars apply to
Jas. K. Kaulia, Attorney for Mortgagee.
MRS. MARIA KAHAI,
Honolulu, H. I.. July 0, 1892.
771 Ot-28 3t
By Jas. F. Morgan.
Notice of Foreclosure and of Sale.
TN PURSUANCE OF A POWER
X. Sale contained in a certain Mort
executed November 2, 1889, by
ennawcr ana Mary JvalKuana Aioiumi
hawer, his wife, of Makapala, Nortli Ko
liala, to Tel Sliing, of said Makapala,
which Mortgage is recorded in Liber 118,
at pages 472-3-1 of the Hawaiian Registry
of Deeds: Notice is hereby given bvtho
Assignee of said Mortgagee that it is his
intention to foreclosure said Mortgago for
condition broken, to-wit: the non-payment
of tho principal sum and interest
thereof when duo.
And notice is hereby further given that
it is tiie intention of i-aid Assignee, upon
such foreclosure, to hell tho iimiieity des
cribed in and convoyed by bald Mortage,
at the Salesroom of James F. Morgan, in
Honolulu, nt 12 o'clock noon, on SATUR
DAY, the 20th day of July, 1891.
Ternib of Sale Cash in U, S, Gold Coin,
and Deeds uttlie ejipono of purchaser.
W For furthor particulars apply to
0. W. ABhford, Attorney for Abslgneo of
Mortgage. OHANG KIM,
Assignee of Mortgage.
Till; ritOl'KltTV TO 111! bOLII UNDI'.R AND 11V VIII-
TUE OF T1IK MOIUOAOK AliOYK HKt'ITKIl
IB AH FOLLOWS, KAMKI.Y;
All those premlhos at Makapala, North
Kohalu, Hawaii, described in a deed from
0. V. Kawaiahao and Makcai Ids wife, to
C. Ahi dated December 31, 18s5, aud re
corded in Liber 07 at pages 315 and 310,
containing an area of v-700 acres moro or
loss, and being part of the promises des
cribed in Koyai Patent SMS, Laud Commis
sion Award 10858. 703-lOt
Q BALED TENDEKS MAUKED, "TKN
O der for Moviim Presi," will lie received
at tho Ilui.i.niiN ollico until 1- o'clock noon
of BATU1UMV, July KU. for taking down
a power Press In thu old ofllco In Quocu
street und pliu'lng Hon shliilumid in Hono
lulu harbor, tho dulleato purls to ho pro
per))' boxed, Not bllnlluu ourtulves to nc
will thu lowest or any hid.
ilULLKTIN 1'UIILlHiIINU CO., 1,'J),
All kinds of Commercial Printing
promptly exeautrd at low rate at the
Saturday, July S3, 4S98.
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-
sell 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 coining 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
of "seconds" that
at auction at half
remember also that cutlery on
our shelves is "first" and you
get what you think you are
buying, handles and all.
Nearly everyone 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.
Hawaiiau Hardware Co., L'd
Opposite Hprculcula1 Block,
1:30 O'CLOCK SHARP.
1st RACE-QUEEN'S OUP-Purse $50.
waltan bred Horses,
Zn RACE-MATOH RACE.
Running Raco. 1
"Dnl'n Rnnncpr" I
Milo Dash between
3n RAOE PRESIDENT
Trotting and Pacing. Mllo Heats; best
3 in 5 to harness. Free for all
4th KACE-KALAKAUA CUP.
Running Race. Milo Dash for Ha
waiian Bred Horses.
5th RAOE-KAPIOLANI PARK PURSE
Pacing. Mile Heat; 3
0th RAOE OCEANIC
Ji-Mile Dash. Free
apanese Fane Goods Store
Next door to the Palace Ice Cream Parlors
OFtBR FOR SALE
Bed Covers, Handkerchiefs, Shawls,
Scarfs, Sashes, Cushions,
Doilies and Screens, Kimonos,
Fancy Silk and Cotton,
Very Fancy Silks
Handpainted and Embroidered;
Parasols, Photo Frames, Card Cases,
Carved Wood and Bamboo Screens,
Trays, Etc., Etc.,
Oppo. Bethel St.
IS HOLDING A
GREAT BARGAINS !
IN ALL KINDS OF
Handsome and Artistic Goods,
J. M. de SA e SILVA.
1 House and Lot on Liliha street.
2 IvOt on Jvuukinl street, between Nuuanu
avenue and Liliha slicet.
3 House and Lot on the Palanm road.
1 House and Lot on Emma street.
2 House and Lot on Liliha street.
U& For further particulars, apply to
J. M. MON8ABKAT.
Cartwriglit's Block, Merchant street.
DR. S. ASANO,
Physician and Surgeon
NO. 107 NUUANU AVENUE,
(Nearly opp. Eagle House.)
7 to 0 v. M.
0 to 12 a. M
2 to fi and
Physician and Surgeon
NO. 5 KUKUI LANE. j
Bell Telephone 53S
IDPL. ML. GOTO,
Physician : and : Surgeon
Sell Telephone IBB,
Can bo consulted tit IiIh residence at Koliilu, j
on thu iiiauku side of Kill)! street. Mini
Ewauldu of Liliha Street, hoiino fuinnulv
occupied by Mr. 0, L. Doom, 7in-if '
DU. VM. T. MONHAHHAT, V. b.. mv.
hiK icturuud to town, can l (omul
dully ut thu lnllniiary, Klny Hirmi Tiu.
phoiiusi iiollUJj Mutual 163. 'i7 Iw
TEMPLE OF FASHION
Corner Sort So Hotel Streets.
TWO greaTspecialties !
I beg to Inform tho
plote Lino of
Diamond Dye Fast Black Hose
For Ladles, Gentlemen, Misses and Children in Bilk, Lislo and Cotton.
INFANTS' OPENWORK SOCKS IN BAI.BRIGAN , t , nm tT , , ,
INFANTS' OPEN WORK LISLE SOCKS IN FAST BLACK
1 CALL ATTENTION THAT I WILL HAVE A
SPECIAL HOSIERY SALE
et Commencing SATURDAY the 13th, -m
WHERE GREAT INDUCEMENTS WILL BE OFFERED.
Prices as .A.ci-vertiscl in. nay "Windowa !
Window Curtains! Window Curtains!
I am offering Extra Inducements in that line. Received about 150 Pairs
of WINDOW CURTAINS
3a,n-u.fa,ot-u.rers' Samples !
IN SWISS, APLIQUE & NOTTINGHAM.
JTew Designs I "Very Olioioe Patterns I
Prices of Above Goods as Advertised in "Windows
G-u.rta,irL ZMZstterieils I
1 AM OFFERING SWISSES, 48 INCHES WIDE, AT 2.5c.
Corner Fort and Hotel Sts., - Honolulu, H. I.
ew Summer Neckwear
100 Doz. Four-in-Hands
"Wortih. SO Czrts.
100 Doz. Four-in-Hands
"WortJh. 75 Cents.
H. S. TREGLOAN & SON.
ggs La Grippe
FOR SALE BY
683 ITort Street,
I havo received
a Large and Coni-
XXonolulu, H. I.