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An Act to Incroauo tho Facilitios to
Depositors and Providing for
Term Doposits in tho Hawaiian
Postal Savings Bank.
Bit it Exacted by tho Executivo nntl Ad
vlsory Councils of tho Provisional
Government of tlio Hawaiian lislands:
Suction 1. Tho Postmaster-General, as
Manage! of tho Postal Savings Hank, with
tliu consent and approval of tho Minister
of Finance, may isnuo to any person Term
Deposit Certlllcutes in tho name of tho
Hawaiian Postal Savings Bank for deposits
of not leai than Five Hundred Dollars nor
more than Five Thousand Dollars.
Section 'i. Tho amounts so deposited
shall draw inturesl at a rate not to exceed
six per cunt, per annum to bo computed In
accordance with the law regulating tho
Dank. Such deposits shall not in the ag
gtcgnte exceed $100,000 at any one time.
Skitiun a. Tho toim for uhich any
deposit shall bo received under this Act
shall not exceed twelve mouths.
Sfction 1. The form of tho said certi
ficates shall be a follows, and shall con
tain the conditions hereinafter sot forth:
HAWAIIAN POSTAL SAVI.NUS UANK CI.IIT1F1-
Kecei ved from in
Coin, Dollars on
Deposit, payable in Coin on pre
sentation of this Cortillcato, properly in
dorsed. This deposit is made for
mouths, and will bear interest from
lb'J.., at the lato of
percent, pel annum, and in accordance
with the conditions printed hereon.
Minister of Finance
Present this Certificate at the Postal
Savings Bank at tho expiration of the term
Interest will cease at that !
Holders at a 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 Intorcst
will be paid to the holder hereof.
Section 4. This Act shall take effect
from the date of its publication.
Approved this 15th day of June, A. D.
Signed SANFOHD B. DOLE,
President of the Provisional Government
of 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
WEDNESDAY, AUG. 2, 1893.
JAPANESE LABOR ttUESTION.
Tho action of the various planta
tion agents who met at the Execu
tive Building yesterday in response
to a call of President Dole may not
bo entirely understood by those who
are not interested in the immigration
business. We therefore offer some
explanations on tho question.
Japauoso laborers are brought un
der a three-j'ear contract, tho terms
of which have been approved by both
the Japauoso aud Hawaiian Govern
ments, ouo of tho conditions of the
contract being that free steerage
passage bo granted to tho laborer.
Tho cost of this transportation is
not stipulated in tho contract, and
the planter 1i;h all along been
charged 3-10 gold by tho parties who
have made tho contract for forward
ing them. Thn, as will bo appareut
to anyone iu the shipping business,
is a protty sleep figure to pay for a
laborer's steerage passago from
Japan to this port, especially when
they come in compauios of 1000 to
1700. However, as tho $10 no doubt
includes expenses incurred in col
lecting tho inon from tho country
towns, aud outlays incidental there
to, tho charge has boon readily paid
by the planter. In addition to the
above clause, the following, known
as Clause XL, is also in the contract:
Clause XI. Tho party of tho
second part acknowledges to havo
recoived from tho Hawaiian Gov
ernment, tho sum of iiteeii dollars
and fifty cents silver yen to moot
his necessary espouses and for other
purposes, and ho agrees to repay tho
said sum in monthly instalments
after his employment actually bo
Kins, not excoediuir fifty cents silver
yen each mouth, until the said sum
is paid, which payments shall bo
mado by. tho emp oyer to tho Bonn!
of Immigration; but iu tlio event ot
sickness protracted ovor twenty day
in any ono month, the instalment
for such month shall bo doforred.
It will bo soon by tho condition of
this clause that an amount of lfi
"you," worth to-day iu gold between
Si) and $10, is supposed to bo given
to tho laboror, and which is charged
to tho planter as S1JJ.17 gold, he,
however, having had the privilege
of doducting tho sum from tho lab
oror at tho rate of 50 emits per
month. Who makes tho differonco in
valuos between tho silvor yon and
the S13.75 gold which iu charged it
ib diOicult to say.
Tho above bt at onion L describes
tho condition of affairs as financially
affeotiug the planters employing
Japuuotfo laborers up to about a
mouth ogo, whoa n lotter wai re
ceived from Mr. R. W. Irwin of
Tokio to the offoct that for tho
future- tho ndvauco mado to tho
laboror under Clause XI. would hove
to bo borne by tho planter. On re
ceipt of this rathor peremptory
opistlo a mooting of tho P. L. & S.
Co. was hold, and a protesting letter
forwarded to tho President of tho
Board of Immigration, tho grounds
of complaint boiug that tho elimi
nating of Clause XI. from tho con
tract would entail an additional
cost to tho planters of getting labor
ers here, of something liko SO per
cent, and furthor, if the laborer hnd
recoived tho money stipulated, as an
advance, that it was only an act of
justice that ho should pay it back
again. A copy of this lotter, wo
uudorstaud, was forwarded to Mr.
Irwin and his reply was that tho
planters' roquost could not bo ac
Tho meeting of yostorday was
called to ask tho planters if they
wore willing to order inoro niou
under tho now conditions, and, as
reported olsowhoro, tho reply was
unanimous, that no men would bo
ordered unless Olauso XI. was ro
taiued. Tho usual complement of
men will bo telegraphed for under
tho conditions of tho old contract
and au immediate answer requested
as to whether they will bo sent or
"We have visited several of the
plantation agencies and on answor
to our queries tho reply was given
that they had no complaint to offer
against the Japauoso authority hero,
as their treatment in dealing with
Japauoso labor matters had always
been obliging aud conciliatory, but
the trouble scotnod to ariso with
those who wero trying to make a
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very lucrative business of sending
laborers here, but which if pressed
too far might result in "killing the
goose that lays tho golden egg."
We have not had an opportunity
of soointr the correspondence be
tween Mr. K. W. Irwin and tho Gov
ernment ou tho question at issue,
but we should think that the sort
of triple capacity which that gentle
man is acting in would at times con
flict when questions like the present
ariso. He is Hawaiian Minister Resi
dent and Special Agent of tho
Bureau of Immigration. He is ac
tively interested in tue procuring
aud transportation of tho immi
grants, aud it is said ho also pro
fesses to bo close to the Japanese
Government. Now wo do not wish
to do Mr. Irwin any injustice by our
comments, but can he under existing
circumstances always work to tho
best advantage of tho Board of Im
migration? Should the planters be refused
their reasonable request and should
the present Labor Convention with
Japan be abrogated, and which we
uudorstaud tho latter Government
have thrown out threats of doing
more than once, would it not be well
for the planters to be looking out
for some other source of labor sup
ply? A law was passed last Legisla
ture allowing 5000 Chinese to be
landed on tho Islands', and there are
plenty of responsible firms hero who
would promptly act in procuring
these men if tho present Govern
ment would givo their consent, and
wo can see no objections if proper
restrictions aro placed around such
labor. The Japanese laborers are
liked here and our relations with
Japanese officials have been pleas
ant, but if our chief industry is to be
continually menaced by reason of
only one source from which to draw
our labor from, it is time that active
measures should be taken by the
planters aided by the Oovornmont.
Rooms to lot with board at Ilaui
Root Boer on draught at Bounon,
Smith ii Co.'s,
After shaving uso Cucumber Skin
Tonic, liousou, Smith tc Co., Agents.
Sunburn relieved at onuo by Cu
cumber Tonic. Bouaou, Smith a Co.,
Dr. R. I, Moore, doiitist, has re
moved his ollioo to Arlington House,
Hotel street .Parlor Jo. 2.
Silk Hawaiian Flags, iu three j
sizes, to bo had of Charloa Girdlor, I
No, 15 Kaahiimauu street.
Dr Gc0 IL irucdy D, D. s ,,
removed his ollico from King street
lo jjorotania street, near Emma,
. . . .
w. II. Bonsou, piano and organ
tunor , roturncd from Kauai and
may -, folllld ut tjl0 Arlington
' UoLo1 as llsual-
Dr. M. E. Grossman, D. D.S., hav
ing returned from tho Coast, has re
sumed tho practice of his profession
at his old ollioo on Hotel street.
Iu saying that Hood's Sarsaparilla
curos, its proprietors malto no idle
or extravagant claim. Statements
from thousands of reliable people of
what Hood's Sareapurilla has dono
for them, conclusively prove tho fuot
Hood's .Sarbajiurilla Cures,
Ilood's Pills act especially upon
tho liver, roimiug it from torpidity
toils natural duties, cure uunBtipa
tiun and awuHt digestion,
WaQakn Water Rights OAns Taken
on a Now Phnoo,
W. O. Parke, administrator of tho
oatato of Goorgo Syndor, has hnd his
accounts allowed and his dischargo
granted, by Judge Coopor, on his
tiling an mvontory of tho ostnto.
Receipts are 52138.75, and expendi
ture including commission $710.20,
loaving a balance of $1722.55. This
is turned ovor to thq Unitod States
Consulate for tho hoirs, uono of
whom are in this country. Snydor
was tho lossoo of Fowler's Yard
Hearing of tho bankruptcy of
Chun Wall Sing has boon continued
till August 12.
This was return day for bank
ruptcy uroceodinsrs against S. Par
ker, but the hearing was continued
till the (Jth.
Tho famous Wailuku water rights
caso has assumed a now phaso. A
temporary injunction at tho suit of
tho Wailuku Suirnr Co. has boon is
sued by Judgo Coopor, forbidding
S. E. Kniuo, Malu Lonoaoa, Kaha
kuea aud Pekuholo from prosecut
ing furthor, in any manner whatso
ever, a water suit now sot for hear
ing Sept. G, bofore S. E. Kaiue, Com
missioner of Private Ways aud
Water Rights for Wailuku, wherein
they aro plaintiffs and tho Wailuku
Sugar Co. dofoudants. The persons
enjoined aro furthor commanded to
appoar in tho Circuit Court at Ho
nolulu within twenty days and show
causo why tho injunctiou should not
The bill of complaint alleges that
Kaiue, after being disqualified of in
terest irom hearing the caso men
tioned as Commissioner, aud after
the agreement of partios to tho sub
stitution of W. H. Halstoad, persists
iu acting as Commissioner and has
fixed a day for hearing the case. It
further charges Kaiue and his wife
with conspiring to oxecute a fraudu
lent deed to ono C. L. Kookoo, so
that ho aud his wifo should bo tem
porarily divested of interest in tho
suit in question. Tho bill also alleges
that Claus Sprockets has induced
certain kuloana holders supplied by
the water in dispute to allow him
aud other plaintiffs iu tho original
suit to bring a second suit, so as to
avoid the hearing before W. H. Hal
stead and have the hearing instead
before Kaiue, the interested party
aforesaid, also that Claus Sprockets
and the other plaintiffs have assumed
all tho expenses aud control of tho
second water suit. In the original
suit F. M. Hatch, P. Neumann
and J. W. Kalua were counsel for
plaintiff, and W. O. Smith and L.
A. Thurston for defendants.
By Job. F. Morgan.
TO-MORROW, Aug. 3d,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M.,
At my Salesroom, Queen street, I will sell
at Public Auction for account of
whom it may concern
a quantity of
Damaged bv Fire and Water in the Store
of M. DAVIS, August 1st.
A it cv
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON,
At tlie Stoic of H. Hackfeld & Co
I will sell at Public Auction for account of
whom It may concern the following
Damaged by Salt Water on voyage of im
unrtntion per German bark "G. K. wilcox"
from Liverpool :
H. H. & CO.
(j'.)3-707 21 bdls each, 10 Sheets Corrugated
Iron, 8 feet, -Klw lbs.
4!I8-5H7 1 bdl each, 14 Sheets Corrugated
Iron, 0 feet, U2 lbs.
873-802 J bdls each, 12 Sheets Corrugated
Iron, Ii feet, 1M lbs.
!H33-101 7 bdls each, 10 Sheets Corrugated
Iron, 7 feet, 11)10 lbi.
1004-1105 bdls each. II Sheets Corrugated
Iron, 8 feet, 1212 lbs.
1173-l'AiS)-8 bdls each, 8 Sheets Corrugated
Iron, I) feet, 1038 lbs.
Also, at tho same time
150 Bbls Wblte Bros, Portland
In good order.
Jas. 2T. Morgan,
NOTICE TO OBEDITOKS.
THE CREDITORS OP SAM. PARKER
are requested to meet at tho Rooms
of the Chamber of Commerce TO-MORROW,
Aug. .Id, at 2 o'clock r, m., to hear
the report of thu Committee.
U. A. W111EMANN,
"03-1 1 Chairman.
J will sell out rav RurborKhnn Inolud.
ing Furniture and Fixtures at u very low
price. G. SIMM A,
7B8-1W No. 107 King stroot.
BARK "LAI)STOOK"-N EITHER Tin"
Captain nor tho undersigned, ion
sigiiecB of tbulKvu vusbol, wlliljo toipon
fdblp for any debts that may bo L-iAitruvUai
bytlrowtrw. . . .
THEO. JJLriAVrEtf A; OO.
Htorolului Juy w, ifa. TOO-"
How doos ho fcol 7 He feels
cranky, and is constantly experi
menting, .dieting liimclf, adopting
.Mrnugc iiotioi's. and ehnnging the
cooking, the dishes, the hours, and
manner of his eating August
Flowor tho Remedy.
How docs ho fool? He feels at
times a gnawing, voracious, insati
able appetite, wholly unaccountable,
unnatural and unhealthy. August
Flowor tho Remedy.
How docs ho feol ? He feels no
desire to go to (he table and a
grumbling! fault-finding, over-nicety
about what is set before him when
he is there August Flowor tho
How docs h- feol? He feels
after a spell of this abnormal appe
tite an utter abhorrence, loathing,
and detestation of food ; as if a
mouthful would kill him August
Flowor tho Rurnody.
How does ho fool? He has ir
regular bowels aud peculiar stools
August Flower the Romody.
By liowis J. Levey.
AUCTION SALE OF
Water Colors, Etc, Etc.
I am instructed by T. K. Walkor, Esq..
H. 11. M. Vieo-Con-nil, Administrator of
the Estate of It. O. Harnlleld, deceased, I
will sell ut Public Auction
AT-. -THE . -ARLINGTON
On SATURDAY, Aug. 5,
AT 11 O'CLOCK A. SI..
All tho Effects of the late It. O. Barnfield,
Oil Paintings, Water Colors,
1 VIOLIN, ETC., ETC.
JCW The whole will be on view at the
Arlington Dining Booms on Friday, Aug.
4tb, from 10 a. m. to 3 r. M.
Tjewis J. Levey,
VTOTICE IS HEUEHY GIVEN THAT
Li in accordance with tho law in such
case made and provided, I will raue to be
s-old the llou-cuoid Furniture, etc., of Ma
kolo taken by mo in distraining for rent,
1 Singer Sewing Machine, 1 Guitar, 1
Clock, 4 Post Bedstead, 2 Mattraes. Mir
ror and Pictuies, Sundry Lot Clothing,
Said sale will take placo at the Auction
Salesrooms of Lewi J. Levey, corner of
Fort and Queen htrocts,
On SATURDAY, Aug. 19,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M.
79T-15t M. CAVALHO.
August 1, 1893.
Another Raffled Assault.
lt' a Poor Uulo, Etc.
A Trille Too Kast.
rnorisioxA l lug ml a tube-.
Report of Session P. Q. Councils.
III ro C. A. Herring, maiiDluughter.
" Trs. H. A. P. Carter.
" Walker vs. Uedward.
" Kst. .f. I0. Ilanning.
" K. de Herlilay vs, S. Xorris.
" Queen vs. II. Poor.
3. O. Carter on Kalalau Affair.
W. O. Smith do
What Sereno Bishop Wants.
Closing Exercises at Gov. Schools.
Latest Kmeign News.
Local News and Gossip,
(shipping Reports, Etc., Etc., Etc.
LATEST JVEEIGX NEWS.
Home $4. Foreign $5.
P. W. BAUER,
Auctioneer, Commission Agent,
Broker, Forwarding and Shipping
Fruit Consignment Agent.
LAND FOB, SALE
AT IWILEI, HONOLULU,
Ouliii, a Vahiahlo Piece
of Land, close to Rev, J. Wal
nuiau'b property, and known us
"Puloo's liud.'' Term cash.
Annlyto J. W. KA1IAUM1A.
. at Kullhl Pol Factor
uruirougu Hell Tole.HKi. Mutual Tele,
Job Printing neatly und promptly
muavifit nt th RttVfthi 0kt,
Hawaiian Hardware Go., Cl
Saturday, July 89, JS9S.
The yarn about the China
man dying the tail feathers of
canaries and passing them off
as a new species of feathery
songsters is equal to the one
about the man from Jaytown
who paid a ventriloquist $500
for a white owl believing it to
be a new species of parrot.
There's tricks in all trades but
ours. You may wash our
Cages or scrape them with a
knife, you can't get the brass
off they're solid metal all the
The amount of buijding go
ing on in Honolulu is sugges
tive of a boom a building
boom rather than a peace des
troying land boom; and these
improvements suggest others,
bath tubs for instance, not the
flimsy zinc affairs but the hand
some Enamelled Tubs which
you see advertised by the
Standard MTg Co. in all the
magazines. There's no need
for you to send off to the
States for them, we can show
you an assortment large
enough for anyone.
Our California agents sent
us some new fangled Key
Rings by the "Castle" that
ought to take well. They're
decidedly easy of manipula
tion and very cheap. We
have also a lot of Key Rings
of the conventional patterns
such as you have been using
for the past twenty years.
The styles are varied and the
The Red and White Glass
ware proved such a go that
we have replenished our stock.
The tall Water or Lemonade
Tankards beautifully cut will
grace any table. We have
also the halad bowls, Uihlics
and Glass Tumblers to match
the tankard. The price will
win your admiration as quickly
as the ware.
If you wish to know how
rapidly and well brass work
may be cleaned with Liquid
Putz, watch the artist at Ale
Inerny's corner any morning
as you come down to business
It is decidedly the best polish
for Brass, Copper, Zinc, Steel,
Tin, Bronze, Gold or Silver, a
half dozen rubs and the article
is handsomely burnished.
A month hence and the nim
rods will be preparing for an
active campaign against native
ducks. Sportsmen are as fas
tidious about their ammunition
as the average woman is about
her h.aster bonnet, the dealer i
must cater to the wants of the ;
man who swears by Wood 1
powder as well as thosewho
believe Schultze and S. S. to .
be the only powder fit to use '
in a gun. When the season J
opens we will have a supply '
of the best "loaded to order" I
Cartridges obtainable. Our 1
orders for the fall supply have j
srone forward and the stock '
will be here in ample time for
the Sept. 1 st sports. We have ;
in stock some of the best '
Cleaning Rods that ever en- ,
tered a gun, and we have also
handsome Sole Leather Shell
Cases, Last year we imported
a few on special orders, this
year we will keep them in
stock if the public will allow
us to; we would rather sell '
A few Soup Ladles of ex-;
ceptionally neat designs came
to us the other day and are
ready to go to you. Nearly
every one uses them and when '
you want a new one why not
get something new in pattern.
We have them to show you or
Ever since the Hendry
Breaker was introduced here
and proven a success we have
been working on a plan for an
improved Double Furrow
Plow. We received a few by
the "Castle," two of them
were shipped away Friday.
It's the best Double Furrow
Plow ever made.
Hawaiian Hardware Co., I'd
OpiKJutU) Hpreckeltt' Block,
863"" "WE3 SEISTID OTTT "tea
WE HAVE RECEIVED A FRESH CONSIGNMENT, CONSIBTINQ OF
-40 Oases I
QO Dozen I
1920 Packages I .
FOR SALE BY THE
PACKAGE, DOZEN OR CASE
HOLLISTER & CO.,
fJ? T""'ort. 3.-rt.. - - - ITo-aolvilTX, H. I.
TEMPLE OF FASHION
aoraer Port, .So
I beg to Inform the '.mlics thnt I hnve received a Largo and Com
plete l.ino of the Celebrated
Diamond Bye Fast Black Hose
For Ladie, Gentlemen, MKscs and Children in Silk, I.lsle and Cotton.
INFANTS' OPENWORK SOCKS IN BAIJJUIGAN
INFANTS' OPENWOKK LISLE SOCKS IN FAST BLACK
1 CALL ATTENTION THAT I WILL HAVE A
SPECIAL HOSIERY SALE
&r. Conraieiicrafj SATURDAY the 13th, -a
WHERE GREAT INDUCEMENTS WILL BE OFFERED.
Prices sls .civertisoci in my 'Win.ca.o'vvs !
Window Curtains! Window Curtains!
I am offering Extra Inducements in that line. Received about 150 Pairs
of WINDOW CURTAINS
3VCa.ri-u.fa-Gt-u.rers' SaiXLples !
IN SWISS, APLIQUE & NOTTINGHAM.
New Designs I "Very Olioioe "Patterns 1
figf Prices of Above Goods a.s Advertised in "Windows -rj3a
Ciartain. IMZaterials I
I AM OFFERING SWISSES, 18 INCHES WIDE, AT 25c.'
Corner Fort and Hotel Sts., - Honolulnj H. L
100 Doz. Four-in-Hands
100 Doz. Four-in-Hands
H. 5. TREGLOAN & SON.