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An Act to Incroaso tho Facilities to
Depositors and Providing for
Torm Doposits in tho Hawaiian
Postal Savings Bank..
Bk it Exacted by tlio Executtvo and Ad
visory Councils of the Provisional
Uovurnmoutof tho Hawaiian Islands:
Suction 1. Tho Postmaatcr-aoneral, as
Manager of tho Postal havings Dunk, with
tho consent and approval of tho Minister
of Finance, may issue to any person Term
Deposit Cortlilcatcs in tho lmino of tho
Hawaiian Postal Savings Bank for doposits
of not less than Five Hundred Dollars nor
more than Five Thousand Dollars.
Suction i Tho amounts so deposited
shall draw Interest at ft into not to exceed
six per cent, per annum to bo computed In
accordance with tho law regulating the
Dank. Such deposits shall not in the ag
gregate oxeecd $150,000 ut any ono time.
Section 3. Tho torm for which any
deposit shall be received under this Aet
shall not exceed twelve months.
Skciios 4. The form of tho said certi
ficates shall bo as follows, and shall con
tain the conditions hereinafter set forth:
HAWAIIAN POSTAL 8VVIKUS IUNK CEItTII'l
OATES. $ No
Received from in
Coin, Dollars on
Deposit, payablo In Coin on pre
sentation of this Certificate, properly in
dorsed. This deposit Is made for
months, and will bear interest from
lb!).., 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 Hank at tho expiration of tho torm
stated heroin. Interest will cea'io at that
Holders at u 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 interest
will be paid to tho holder iiereof.
Section 4. This Act shall take effect
"-om tho date of its publication.
Approved this 15th day of June, A. D.
Signed 6ANFORD B. DOLE,
President of the Provisional Government
M the Hawaiian Islands.
J. A. Kino,
Minister of tho Interior.
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THE DAILY BULLETIN.
Pledged to neither Sect nor Party,
But Established for the Benefit of All.
jtrtdAY. JULY 28. 1893.
Letter From Mr. Carter.
Tho reply of "W. O. Smith to iny
lottor upon tho action of tho Board
of Health in the Kalalau affair seems
to call for a word or two more from
mo. Tho question of the honesty
or dishonesty exhibited in my letter
is one the community may decide
Mr. Smith says that he opposed
tho removal of tho lepers from Kala
lau. Yes, from force of habit. This
statement will go without saying to
those who are acquainted with him.
Was ho over known not to oppose,
or not to propose to amend, any
proposition made within his hear
ing' Mr. Smith also says that no
ono urged action more strongly than
I did. Of course I did. It was only
after I insisted that tho law segre
gating lepers should be as vigor
ously enforced on Kauai as on
Oahu, Maui and Hawaii, it being
notorious that it has not boon
so enforced; that if there was no
dangor of contagion to commu
nities on Kauai having lepers
among them, then the law segregat
ing lepors should not bo enforced
elsewhere, and all lepers should bo
set free; it was only after this utter
ance of mine that Mr. Smith changed
his tone, and suggested obtaining
information from tho agent of tho
Board of Health at Waimoa. This
was at the meeting of May 5th,
after which as I have already said,
there was no opposition. I have
to thank Mr. Smith for quoting tho
statute covoriug my contention that
tho matter of removing or not re
moving tho lepers was entirely in his
hands, as Attorney-General, at one
stage of process. Admitting this,
a? any intelligent reader will, then
my caution to that official not to
proceed to romovo tho lepers with
out first consulting his colleagues of
tho govomniont certainly relievos
me of responsibility for subsequent
action taken by Mr. Smith, as At-toruoy-Gonornl,
and his subordinates.
J, O. Carter.
The Star Libel Case.
Tho Star libol case canio up in tho
District Court before Judgo Fostor
this morniug. When tho case was
called, F. M. Hatch, counsel for pro
secution, read and filed an amend
ment to tho chargo as previously
presented. A. S. Hartwell, for tho
defoudant, objected to the amond
niont, claiming that it iwido a mate
rial difference in tho original chargo,
and should bo sworn to by tho com
plainant. The matter was argued
and submitted, Judge Fostor lOhorv
ing his decision until Monday morn
ing. The Turpin Gun,
Turpin, tho inventor of melinite,
has patnntod n new gun which can
bo carried on a light wagon. In a
quarter of an hour it can discharge
V'JfWkO Vlrfilf.rtf iluu ntttw nil nrfm nf
., ww . wjwwiiun isvui tit iiiwh
22.CXX) Miuaro inutres. At distunco
of 38241 yards lie declares none of
tho present annor-platcH or fortlfi-
outiuiis cupablo of roaiHtiiig it.
Col. Norris Not Conquorod Yet
Various Estatos in Court.
Samuol Norris has ontorod a suit
in equity to rovorso tho judgmont
agninst him at tho complaint of
Emily do Horblny. Ho givos a bond
of $1-1,000, with S. M. Damon as
surety, to cover tho amount of judg
ment. Cecil Brown has been appointed
by Judge Whiting administrator
and trustee of tho estate of tho Into
W. M. Gibson in nlaco of J. S.
Walkor, doconsed. H. E. Mulnlyro,
oxocutor of J. S. Walkor's will, was
present and mado no objections.
Before Judgo Whiting, tho annual
account of Bruco Cartwright, ad
ministrator of tho estate of It. W.
Holt, was filed. Tho Court declined
to accept tho receipt of Hauakau
lani Holt, widow of Owou Holt, for
tho stun of $1058. As she is not an
hoir, tho receipt must bo from tho
children of Owon Holt and horself.
Tho hearing was continued to en
able Mr. Cartwright to procure tho
fa. M. Damon, who is proposed as
a uow trustee under the deed of set
tlement of C. Afoug, in place of
Jonathan Austin, deceased, petitions
to bo released from all accounta
bility or liability in accoptiug from
tho administrator of tho Austin
estato certain securities and S1900 in
cash. Petitioner asks that tho wifo
aud children of C. Afong, and tho
husbands of his married daughters,
bo summoned to appear and show
causo why tho property should not
bo accoptod by tho new trustee aud
ho exonerated from all accountabil
"Mrs. Julia Afoug, J. Alfred Ma
goon and wifo, F. 13. McStockor and
wife, Mary, Mario, Elizabeth, Henri
etta, Caroline and Helen G. Afoug
sign a waiver of service of copy of
petition aud summons, and a release
of S. M. Damon from all account
ability as mentioned in tho petition.
Tho members of tho family noted
for summons in tho potition whoso
signatures are lacking are Arthur
Johnstone and wife, Dr. Hutchinson
and wife, and Touoy who lives at
Hongkong aud is known there as
Mr. Damon also potition that a
guardian be appointed forC. Afoug's
...in.-.. tit 1 11 .... rnitlni Alrilnttw.
UilUUl UUllUlOll, .UUI K1AU, XllUlUlUUj
Henry and Albert. Chief Justice
J udd grants this prayer by appoiut
W. C. Parke as such guardian.
The securities to bo turned over
to the now trustee are: 70 shares
Popeekeo Sugar Co., 20 Ookala Su
gar Co., 102 Hawaiian Agricultural
Co., 13 Houomu Sugar Co., 62 Pau
kaa Sugar Co., 30 Kahuku Sugar
Co., 25 Hawaiian Electric Co., 5 O.
It. & Laud Co. bonds, 10 Ewa Plan
tation Co., 1 $100 Hawaiian Gov
ernment bond, 8 Pooplo's Ico Co.,
100 Kauai Telephone Co., 20 Kilauoa
Volcano House Co. aud 5 O. It. & L.
Still another judicial decision has
been rendered in the case of Egau
& Gunn vs. E. M. Brewer ot al.
Chief Justice Judd, sustained by
Justices Bickerton and Frear, over
rules exceptions to Judge Cooper's
sustaining of defendant's demurrer
to the declaration of plaintiffs, on
the now trial previously ordered.
Tho Court finds no warranty in tho
contract of the defendants with tho
plaintiffs, binding them to make the
building in question right and
tight. Egan & Gunn therefore lose
their case. It will bo remembered
tho suit of this firm was for damages
to goods from a leaking skylight in
tho now Brewer block on Fort
street. A. P. Peterson for plaintiffs;
A. S. Hartwell for defendants.
THE MONOWAI'S ARRIVAL.
Passenger Commits Sui
O. L. Harden in the
Tho Union Steamship Monowai,
E. E. Carey, coininaudor, arrived at 8
o'clock yesterday eveniug from Syd
ney, N. S. W. Her docks wore
crowded with passengors both fore
and aft, and, as tho gangplanks wore
placed in position, a regular rush
was mado by tho Colonials to get
ashore. This was owing to tho short
stay the steamer was going to make
hero, and the passengors wanted to
see as much of Honolulu as possible
by moonlight. A fow residents
managed to got on board, aud just
then Captain Carey's stentorian
tones were heard to stop everybody
from going on board until tho pas
sengers wore all ashore. A Bulletin
reporter was accosted by a Colonial
passenger, and told that a young
man named Harden, who had boon
banished from the Hawaiian Islands,
was on board. Ho had boarded the
Monowai at Auckland and worked
his passage in tho coal bunkors. Tho
Colonial was very anxious about
him and wanted tho matter re
ported. Purser J. Ness Keith furnished
tho following report of tho Mono
wai's passage: Sailed on tho 10th
hist., at G p. m., and loft Auckland
on tho 15th, at 3 p. m. Cleared Apia
roof on tho 20th, at 5 a. m., aud ar
rived in Honolulu as above. Ex
perienced throughout strong head
winds aud sua. Timo from Auck
land, 12 days; from Apia, (5J days.
A steerage pabsongor, S. Solomon,
committod suicide while the Mouo
wai was between Syduoy and Auck
land, by jumping overboard. A boat
was lowered and tho body was found
floating. Ho was taken oil board
insensible and died an hour later.
Tho body was buried at sea.
Tho Monowai resumed her voyage
to San Francisco at 1 o'clock this
morning. There wore 120 steerage
passengers on board for tho Coast.
Of Course JTou Read
lapor relating to
r. " .
TJiev nro from
reliable people, state simple facts.
and show beyond a doubt that
Hood's Cures. Why don't you try
this modicinot Bo mho to gut
Constipation. and all troubles with
thu digestive organs and tho liver,
i iiiu nitjuai j utKiiitn null I flu tnui
aro cured bv llood'u Pills. Uu
i equalled as a dinner pill.
I Fin Job JMnting rt th Hullrtin QJjkt
He Walks Into a Trap Sot by Oap
As reported in 3estorday's Bulle
tin Goorgo Ryan, who was commit
ted for trial for larcony of tho Crown
jowols, oscapod from Oahu Prison at
3 o'clock in tho afloruoon. Tho
oscapo was discovered at 3:15
o'clock. Officers were promptly des
patched and tho vicinity was scour
ed, but nothing could be seen of the
oscapoo. A reward of 5200 was of
fered for his capture.
At 8 o'clock in tho evoninir Cap
tain Parkor returned from an unsuc
cessful soarch for Ityan at Moana
lua. Ho called at tho I X L hack
stand, coruor of Nuuami and King
streets and requested tlio man who
tends tho tolophouo to notify him if
any calls for hacks weie mado from
Palama way, not telling him his ob
ject. Tho officer lind not been ton
minutes at tho Station when a mess
ago was delivered to him that ho
was wanted at tho "tand. Parkor
rospoudod aud was told that a tolo
phono had been received from tho
slaughor houso for Frank Lillis, a
hackman, but that the lattor had a
load olsowhore, and had answered
that ho would gothere lator. Parkor
immodiatoly jumped into another
hack and tola tho driver to drive
him towards tho prison. Tho ollicor
had previous!' stationed a number
of policomon on tho prison road with
orders not to stop any vehicle un
less returning town wards.
Near tho slaughter house, Iwiloi,
tho officer hoard a whistlo aud an
swered it. Another whistle was
hoard and responded to tho second
timo by tho officer. Tho hack halted
and tho officer alighted aud saw a
dark iliruro issue from an alleyway.
Parker immediate!' recognizod
Georgo Ryan, tho oscapoo, and slap-
Eing nis hand on his shoulder told
im that ho was his prisoner. Ityau
said, "Bad luck," and the party
drove to tho Police Station, ltyan
had his face and hands blackened
up. Whon Parkor and his prisoner
wore returning to town the' wore
hold by police officers, who wore
mado acquainted with tho capture,
aud ordered to town duty.
Ryan stated that ho scaled the
prison wall at the lower end near
the road while it was raining at 3
o'clock yostorday afternoon, aud
had been iu hiding at tho paddocks
among the trees until durk, when he
tolophoned for a hack. He expected
to got away on tho S. S. Mouowai,
but he got hold of tho wrong hack
man. About half an hour before the ar
rest policeman Kupihea, who was
stationed there, saw Ryan lying on
tho ground, and had gono up to him
aud looked iu his face. Ho mistook
him for a colored person and called
him a nigger. Tho policeman did
this twice. Ryan verified those
statements as to his close call.
This morning in tho District Court
ho pleaded guilty and at tho request
of Deputy Marshal Brown Ryan was
sentenced to six mouths' imprison
ment ut hard labor.
ESCAPBD WITH A WETTING.
Chief McAllister Falls From the Bow
of the Mikahala.
Chief Officor McAllister of the
steamer Mikahala narrowly escaped
serious injury this morning, while
the steamer was preparing to loavo
tho Inter-Island wharf. Tho mate
was standing on tho bow whon some
how or other his foot got out angled
iu tho anchor stock, and he slipped
and foil head first into tho sea. He
arose after a while and began sput
tering and whirling his hands about
in windmill fashion. As it was known
the officer could not swim, some na
tives caught him and pulled tho
mate dripping wet out of tho briuo.
A ship boat had just been moved
away from whore he foil aud had it
still been there McAllister's hoad
would have struck on tho boat and
ho would have been killed. It was
a lucky escape.
JJJLasl fall I was taken with a kind
of summer complaint, accompanied
with a wonderful diarrhoea. Soon
after my wifo'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 wo did,
and that cured us right away. I
think much of it, as it did for mo
what it was recommended to do.
John Hortzlor, Bethel, Berks Co.,
Pa. 25 and 50 cent bottles for sale
by all dealers. Boiison, Smith &
Co., agents for tho Hawaiian Islands.
HAOKMEN ATTENTION 1
WILL THK HACKMAN WHO TOOK
a Small Illack Dog for u puNtengGr
from tlio H. S. "Itio do Juneiro" to tho
Hotel on Momlav last call on Mr. Holds
worth, at Tlieo. II. Davles & Co.'h, or Mid.
J. L. Brown at tlio Hannilau Hotel?
AT A MKETINO OK THK DIRECTORS
of tlio Hawaiian Uuuak Co. hold
July 2.rth, a dividuml of 'IV, 1'ercont was
(H'oinroii on mo uajmai HtocK or tliu Uom
tlio ollloo of tlio AkoiUm,
Ci. Irwin & Co.
(1u), on and utter
July 08, lbi)i.
W.M. U. IRWIN.
Treasuter II. B. Co.
LAND FOR SALE
AT IWIM5I, HONOLULU,
Oahu, a Valuable l'loce
of Lund, oloso to Rov. J. Vul
uiiiuu'h property, and known as
"I'alao'a Land." Tonus uiuli.
Apply to J. Vy KAHAUMIA,
Or through Roll Tolo. 345, Mutual Tolo. 077.
ELECTION OF OFFICERS.
AT THK ANNUAL MP.KTlNfi OK
tho htookholdors of tho Waioiii.m.
Aiiuici'i.TiniAi, it Oim.ino Co. hold U7tli
limt.. thu following Ollicorn were re-elected
for thu ensuing yean
I'roMilnnt W. (i. Irwin
Vleo-l'resldout .... J, M. Monnirrat
Kuurutury and Trcuxurur !, I'. lutikt'n
no Mm or MiucniiiH!
YV.O. Irwin, .l.M. Monnurrat, C. 1'. luukiii,
J. J), i'urlbimd J. Kaulmiio,
Honolulu. July '.'s, IH'Ji. 7b'J Ut-Ul It
Mrs. Sarah M. Mack of Seneca,
Mo., during the past two years has
been affected with Neuralgia of the
Head, Stomach and Womb, and
writes: "My food did not seem to
strengthen me at all and my appe
tite was very variable. My face
was yellow, my head dull, and I had
such pains in my left side. In the
morning when I got up I would
have a flow of mucus in the mouth,
and a bad, bitter taste. Sometimes
my breath became short, and I had
such queer, tumbling, palpitating
sensations around the heart. I ached
all day under the shoulder blades,
in the left side, nnd down the back
of my limbs. It seemed to be worse
in the wet, cold weather of Winter
and Spring; and whenever the spells
came on, my feet and hands would
turn cold, and I could get no sleep
at all. I tried everywhere, aud got
no relief before using August Flower
Then the change came. It has done
me a wonderful deal of good during
the time I have taken it and is work
ing a complete cure."
G. G. GRKlvN, Sole Mnu'fr,Woodbury,N J.
By Jas. P. Morgan.
TO-MORROW, July 29th,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M..
AT THE ABLINO-TON
I will soil at I'ublio Auction tlio BALANCE
OK THK RANKRUl'T STOCK OK
THE LAST CHANCE
Bankrupt . Stock
On Saturday Evening, July 29th,
.A.T 7" O'CLOCK
AT-. -THE-. ARLINGTON
I WILL SELL THE
Balance .t Bankrupt Stock
Of McKEVBTT .t CO., of Melbourne
Jas. IF1. Morgan,
Notice of Foreclosure and of Sale.
IN PURSUANCE OK A POWER OK
Snlo contained in a certain Mortgage
executed November 1!, KS!, by Paul ilold
onhsiwcr and Mary Kallmann Moldon
bnwer, his wife, nf jlaknpalii, North Ko
hnln, to Tot Sblug, of .said Makajmla,
which Mortgage i recorded in Liber 118,
at pages 172-".-l of tlio Hawaiian Registry
of Deeds: Notice i lionby given by the
Amignoo of said Mortgagee that it is his
intention to foreclosure -aid Mortgage for
condition broken, to-wit: tlio non-payment
of tho principal miiu and interest
thereof when due.
And notice is hcieby further given that
it Is the intention of -aid Assignee, upon
siuch foieclosure, to -ell tho liiopefty uei
cribed in and coiivoumI by said Mortgage,
at tho Salesroom o'f .lames F. Morgan, in
Honolulu, at 12 o'clock noon, on SATUR
DAY, tho 2!)th dav of July, lb!J.i.
Terms of Sale-Cash in U. S. Gold Coin,
and Deeds at the e.pcno of purchaser.
ttf For furthei particulars apply to
C. W. Ashford, Attoniev for Assignee of
Ak-lgin;o of Mortgage.
TIIK I'ltOl'KKTY 10 lie h01.ll UMiKH ash iiv vm-
TUK V THK MOUKlUli; AllOVK HKI'ITEI)
IS AH l-OI.I.OWh, XA.MKI.V:
All those premi-rs at Makapala, North
Kobabi, Hawaii, de.-cribed iu a deed from
0. V. Kawaiabao and Mukeai his wife, to
0. Ahi dated December 31, 18S5, and re
corded iu Liber !I7 at pages SH5 and 810,
containing an area of v-700 acres moro or
less, and being part of the premises des
cribed in Royal Patent 3.r.-tS, Laud Commis
sion Award Ius58. 7(i.'l-10t
Jeweler and Watchmaker.
Mclnerny Block, - - Fort Street,
AUCTION v ROOMS
F. W. BAUER,
Auctioneer, Commission Agent,
Drokor, Forwanlluu and Shlnrilug
Fruit Consignment Agent.
Hawaii Hardware Co., L'll
Saturday, July SS, 1S9S.
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., I.'tl
Opposite HpreeUela' llluul;,
"F'ort, Strem :
Corner Fort So Hotel Streets.
TWO GREATSPECIALTIES !
I bog to inform tho Ladles that I liavo received a Largo and Com
plete Lino of tho Colcbratod
Diamond Dye Fast Dlack Hose
For Ladles, Gentlemen, Misses and Children in Silk, Lisle and Cotton.
INFANTS' Ol'KNWOKK SOCKB IN HAMIMGAN
INFANTS' Ol'KNWOKK MSM3 SOUKS IN FAST BLACK
I CALL ATTENTION THAT I WILL HAVE A
SPECIAL HOSIERY SALE
var Commencing SATURDAY the 13th,
WHERE GREAT INDUCEMENTS WILL UK OFFERED.
Prices as .A-dvertiseci in iny Windows !
Window Curtains! Window Curtains!
I am oilering Extra Indnoomonts in that line. Received about 150 Pairs
of WINDOW CURTAINS
lamjLf'a.Gt-u.rers' Seiirrples !
IN SWISS, Al'LIQUE & NOTTINGHAM.
.New DosignB I Very Ohoioe Patterns I
flSsT" Prices of Above Goods as Advertised in "Windows lBa
GiarteiirL ZMZetteristls I
I AM OFFERING SWISSES,
J3 . ZED EC ZER. Xi X C ZEHE ,
Corner Fort and Hotel Sts., .... Honolulu, H. I.
lew Summer N
100 Doz. Four-in-Hands : : : 25c. Each
Worth SO Cents.
100 Doz. Four-in-Hands : : : 35c. Each
"Wortli 75 Cents.
H. S. TREGLOAN & SON.
FOR SALE BY
HOLLISTER & CO.,
I5S3 "Bori Street,
48 INCHES WIDE, AT 25c.
IIonoKxlu., H. I.