An Act to InoroaBO tho Facilities to
Dopositors and Providing for
Torm Deposits in tho Hawaiian
Postal Savings Bank.
Be tt Enacted by tho Executive and Ad
visory Councils of tlio Provisional
Government of tho Hawaiian Islands:
Section 1. Tho Fostmuster-Qenernl, hb
Miuiflgei of tho Postal Savings Bank, with
tho consent und approval of tho Minister
of Finance, may IsiUe to nxiy person Torm
Deposit Certificates In the name of tho
Hawaiian Postal Savings Bank for deposits
of not less than Five Hundred Dollars nor
more than Five Thousand Dollars.
Section 2. Tho amounts so doposltcd
shall draw interest at a rate not to exceed
six per cent, per annum to bo computed in
accordance with tho law regulating tho
Bank. Such deposits shall not In the ag
gregate oxceed $150,000 at any one time.
Section 3. Tho torm for which any
deposit shall be received under this Act
shall not exceed twelve months.
Section 4. The form of tho said certi
ficates shall be as follows, and shall con
tain tho conditions hereinafter set forth:
HAWAIIAN POSTAL SAVINGS DANK CERTIFI
CATES. I No
Received from in
Coiu 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
Ib9.., at tho rate of
percent, poi annum, and in accordance
with tho conditions printed hereon.
Minister of Finance
Present this Certificate at the Postal
Savings Bank at tho expiration of the term
stated herein. 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 interest
will be paid to the holder hereof.
Section 4. This Act 9hall take effect
from the dnto of Its publication.
Approved this loth day of June, A. D.
Signed SANFORD B. DOLE,
President of the Provisional Government
of tho Hawaiian Islands.
J. A. Kino,
Minister of tho Interior.
707 lni-27 4t
Sale of Lease of Crown Land i
North. Kona, Island of Hawaii.
By oider of the Commissioners of Crown
Lands, Mr. James F. Morgan will sell at
public miction, at his salesroom, on
THURSDAY, August 10th next, at 12
o'clock noon, the letio of that tract of land
situated at North Kona, Island of Hawaii,
know u ns the Atiupuiu of Pimwnawaa and
containing 10,000 acres, more or lc-s.
Term 'JO jears.
lient (upiet) $3C0 per annum, payable
semi-annually in uiHunce.
The Lease to be sold under the following
1st To keep np tho Forest to its present
"d To keep the Lantana from making
any further headway.
3d To put upon the land within 3 years
from commencement of lease substantial
Improvements of a permanent character to
the value of $3000.
Intending bidders must previous to the
sale satisfy the Commissioners of their
financial ability to carry out the covenants
of tho proposed lease.
For further particulars, apply to
0. P. IAUKEA,
Agent of Crown Lands, at the Court House.
Office Commissioners of Crown Lands,
Honolulu, July 17th 1&!)3.
7U9 lt-31 It
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
Pledged to neither Sect nor Parly,
But Established for the Benefit of All.
TUESDAY, AUG. 1, 1893.
Two comets aro now described by
tho ovoning twinkler. Hope it's not
a case like the "two speakers" seon
by Sir Robert Pool's colleague on
entering the House of Commons
late ono night.
It looks as if tho P. G. wore sail
ing close to tho wind, when Stevens's
"best" havo to bo called togethor
only 51J hours before the rogular
session, to jas an urgency vote of
money for expenses.
Both tho Advertiser and Star aro
discreetly evasive when challenged
for proof of their insinuations that
tho State Departmout disavowed tho
action of Minister Blount in extend
ing United States protection to Mr.
Nordhoff against tho persecution of
tho Provisional Government.
A comot that was waxing in brilli-
anuy for a fun- nights euddonly cmuo
within night of tho llawuiiuu Star,
whou it iuiiuodiutoly bognu torooodo
Irom tho onrlh at tho rnto of u mil
liou uiilos a day. Tho pilot on tho
hoavoiily ohnriot thus uliowod ho
waa an angol of good taato.
Abuso is tho cheap and only an
swer tho annexation "orgnno can givo
to tho exposures by Mr, Nordhoff,
Why do they not work up somo ex
planation of tho fact that a resolu
tion in contradiction and condom
nation of Mr. Nordhoff could not
got a secondoc in tho Executive and
On July 1G tho bark Royal Tar,
Captain Logan, sailed from Brisbane
for Montevideo, S. A., with 227 "Now
Australia" colonists to settle in Pa
raguay. Whether this strango ex
pedition will end in delight or dis
aster to tho adventurers remains to
l)e seen. Tho lauding of the "Now
Australians" may bo to South Amer
ica as groat an ovont as tho landing
of tho Pilgrims was to North Amer
ica. The Herald is forever angling for
compliments in official waters, and
has ofton amused its readers by toll
iuc how this or that European mon-
w. ... . .
African king bail auknow
its world-wido influonce.-
"What about that editor in Hono
lulu who lately paraded his receipt
of alleged complimentary resolu
tions from tho ox-exocutivo of San
DiegoT Of course ho uover fished
for anything of the kind, but tho
compliments wore a long timo
In his Argonaut lottor, republish
ed with a slight excision to-day, Mr.
Nordhoff gives another knockdown
blow to tho hypocritical lottery pro
text of the revolution. Ho shows
that to havo been a supportor of the
lottery scheme has been no bar to
anybody's proferment by tho Provi
sional Government. The part left
out in this paper refers to a man
who has strenuously denied having
signed the lottery petition, and we
havo not seen tho affidavit on tho
strength of which Mr. Nordhoff in
sists now that the same person was
Perhaps many of the three score
and three readers of tho "tako one"
evening twinkler do not keep the
muddy thing in their hands long
enough to soe what a trick tho own
ors are playiug on thorn. They is
sue a shoot and a half of paper inked
on all sides and call it a six-page
paper, but generally a page and a
quarter of advertising is printed
twice Many of the advertisements
again are "dead," that is, thoir timo
has expired aud they are only used
to fill space. In some recent issues
of tho Star tho same advertisements
have been printed in three places!
There has never been such a fraud
in Honolulu journalism as the Ha
Mr. Nordhoff showed that the
self-righteous lights of the revolu
tion had always previously regard
ed tho Queen as "an altogether
wise aud adorable sovereign." This
presentation of fact has nothing to
do with a recent statomont of Mr.
Nordhoff, quoted by the twinkler
from tho Now York Recorder, that
"after restoration tho Queen will bo
have well." To contrast the former
views of militant missionaries with
tho present views of a disinterested
foreign correspondent may be an
instructive performance, but its sig
nificance in any controversy is some
thing no fellow can see. You may
draw a strong contrast between a
cow and a crab, but it will neither
sour the cow's milk nor reverse the
order of the crab's locomotion.
Doubtless in desperation over tho
rapidly warning prestige of its pub
licationsa prestige belonging to
years long past tho Hawaiian Ga
zette Company in its Pacific Com
mercial Advortiser of this morning
publishes a lie out of whole cloth
about tho Bulletin's foreign circula
tion. Thoro have beon no subscrip
tions to the Bulletin' in tho United
States stopped for many mails back,
contrary to what tho Advortiser as
sorts If tho Gazette office has ro
coived an order to stop tho Bulletin
it has not carried out tho order. A
few months ago a rolativo of a Ho
nolulu filibuster, who had boon get
ting tho Weeklt Bulletin at a
friend's expense horo, wroto a boorish
note asking to stop his paper. This
was tho latest instance of tho kind
in tho rotnombraneo or records of
this office. Our subscription lists
ajid our daily and weekly oditions,
as they go through tho press, aro
open to tho inspection of any busi
ness man. We chnllongo compari
son of our daily circulation in itsolf
on tho other islauds with the boast
ed circulation of either tho Gazotto
or tho Advertiser. Outsido of Ho
nolulu thero has not beon ono sub
scription to tho D.ulv Bulletin
htoppod this year, whilo many now
names havo beon addod to our lists.
A gentleman from Hawaii, who is
not usually regarded as a politi
cian, said tho other day that ho fro-
j quontly does not tako tho wrapper
oil' tho Uaolto, us In lias no confi-
(lotR'o ui oithur itb information or its
beiilunotitb. Almost daily wo hear,
of copioi of tho Advurtisor and of
tho Star buing loft at Iiouhcm in Ho
nolulu whoru thoy aro nob wanted
und for whioh paytnont la rofuwd,
Wo think nothing of losjng
a oubscribor now and tton ns
thoro nro always two now onos
to replace It. Whereas, nobocjy can
order a paper from tho Oozotto con
cern stopped without immediately
being visited by an attache thereof
and badgered for his reasons and
bogged to continue. Proof of this
statement can bo furnished. Not
withstanding that thoro has beon
another ovoning papor in tho flold
for sovoral months, it is a fact for
which wo offer proof that tho circu
lation of tho Bulletin has not suf
fered in tho slightest degree. Busi
ness mon are invited to verify this
assurance at their pleasure Our
doors are open, our press is in full
view, and our subscription books
are availablo for inspeclion. And,
moreover, wo happen to know that
somo old advortisors who withdrow
thoir patronago for political reasons
have lost much more busiuoss thoro
by than many times what they
would have paid us for their adver
tisements. Trusts and Combinations
Aro unpopular. But thoro is ono
form of trust against which no one
has anything to say. That is tho
trust which the publio reposes in
Hood's Sarsaparilla, and tho best of
it is tho trust is lully justiueu by
tho morit of tho medicine. For, ro
mombor, Hood's Sarsaparilla Cures.
Hood's Pills aro purely vegetable,
and do not purgo, pain or gripe.
Sold by all druggists.
Judge Cooper gave judgment for
Katharino Renckou against F. Lutz
owicko for $190.75 yesterday.
A motion for alimony in Lazarus
vs. Lazarus is being heard by Judge
Coopor this afternoon. Kinney for
plaintiff; C. W. Ashford for defend
For a cut, bruise, burn or scald,
there is nothing equal to Chamber
lain's Pain Balm. It heals the parts
more quickly than any other appli
cation, and unless the injury is very
severe, no scar is left. For sale by
all dealers. Benson, Smith & Co.,
agents for the Hawaiian Islands.
JW. McGUIRE'8 EXPRESS COM-
pany will not bo responsible for any
bills contracted without a wiittcn order
from the undersigned.
J. W. L. McGUIRE.
Honolulu, July 21, 1S93. 781-lw
ACCOUNT OF DEPARTURE I
will sell out mv Barber Shon includ
ing Furniture und 'Fixtures at a very low
price. G. SUM MA,
788-lw No. 107 King street.
rpHE SCHOONER 'NORMA,'
jl. ij ions register, suDstan
tiully built of Oak and Cedar; .
Copper ana Copper Fastened.
TlA-tl THKI1. H. DAVtHfl A CO.
BARK "LADSTOCK" NEITHER THE
Captain nor tho undersigned, con
signees of the above vessel, will be respon
siole for any debts that may be contracted
by the crew.
THEO. H. DAVIES & CO.
Honolulu, July 2U, lf93. 790-3t
HACKMEN ATTENTION !
WILL THE HACKMAN WHO TOOK
a Small lilauk Dog for a passenger
from the S. 8. ''Rio do Janeiro" to tho
Hutel on Monday last call on Mr. Holds
worth, at Theo. H. Davies & Co.'s, or Mrs.
J. L. Brown at the Hawaiian Hotel?
A SPECIAL MEETING
XX. Stockholders of the
Suoaii Company will be held at tho Office
of W. O. Smith, Merchant street, TO
MORROW, Aug. 1, 189J, at !) o'clock a. m.
W. R. CASTLE,
Honolulu, July 31, 1893. 791-lt
LAWN MOWERS TO LET UY THE
day, week or month' Repairing,
Cleaning and Sharpening dono; Duplicate
Pieces furnished when required. Machines
called for and returned. Also, Repairing
Garden Hose in fact, can do anything
necessary around the house or stable.
Ring an Mutual Telephone 152.
WW tf N, p nn
ALL PARTIES DESIRING TO GO TO
Wainltcakua Falls in Manoa Valley
aro hereby requested to obtain a permis
sion fiom the undersigned, otherwise they
will bo prosecuted fur trespass if found on
tho premises without such permission.
JAS. H. UOYD,
at the Lund Olllce, Supremo Court Build
ing. Honolulu, June 17, 18'13. 7fir-tf
PERSONS HAVING CLAIMS
jt. against the Estate of K.
his wifo, both deceui-od. are re-
miestcd to nresent them to tne within
thirty dajs from this dato or they will bo
' fiiiit HP 1 tfl tri1 tl till II i.nruiitiu iiiilnKtujl
iuiuiui i ft iii I'll) (tint tn (".twin iMiiu"ii.i
to cither of the said deceased port-unsure
requested to make iiiimediato payment
THOMAS RAIN WALKER,
Honolulu, July 21, 1M)3. 31-3t
ELECTION OF OFFICERS.
AT THE ANNUAL MEETING Or
tho Stockholders of the Waioiiimi
AoRK'UMi'iiAt & Oiuzino Co. held 27th
i for tho ensuing yuir
Inst., the following Otluors wore ro-clcrtcd
President W. O. Irwin
Vicii. President . J. M. Momurrut
Soinrtiiry and Treasurer .(J, I'. Inukuu
lit) Will Ht MUWIOMI
W.G. Irwin, J. Mi Monsarrat, (!. I. Jimken,
J, D. Parltt und J. Kuuhono,
Honolulu) July Z, WX W 3HU It
Q. Glower, Druggist, Watertown,
Wis. This is the opinion of n man
who keeps a drug More, sells all
medicines, comes m direct contact
with the patients and their families,
and knows better than anyone else
how remedies hull, ntid what true
merit they have. He hears of all
the failures and successes, and can
therefoie judge: "I know of no
medicine lor Coughs, Sore Throat,
or Hoarseness that had done such ef
fect! vework hi my
Coughs. family as Boschee's
8npnTLn) German Syrup. Last
Soro Throat, wintcr ft ladrcalled
Hoarseness, al my store, who was
suffering from a very
severe cold. She could hardly talk,
and I told her about German Syrup
and that a few doses would give re
lief; but she had no confidence in
patent medicines. 1 told her to take
a bottle, and if the results were not
satisfactory I would make no charge
for it. A few days after she called
and paid for it, saying that she
would never he without it in future as
a few doses had given her relief." D
THE WEEKLY BULLETIN
August 1, 1893.
Another B.ifiled Assault.
It1'" a Poor Rule, Etc.
A Tritle Too Fast.
PRO VISIONAL LEGISLA TURE:
Report of Session P. G. Councils.
In re C. A. Herring, manslaughter.
" Trs. H. A. P. Carter.
" Walker vs. Redward.
" Est. J. F. O. Running.
" E.de Herblay vs. S. Norris.
" Qaeen vs. H. Poor.
J. O. Carter on Kalalnu Affair.
W. O. Smith do
What Sereno Bishop Wants.
Closing Exercise at Gov. Schools.
Latest Foreign News.
Ixcal Nov s and Gossip.
Shipping Reports, Ltc, Etc., Etc.
LATEST POREIGN NEWS.
Home $4. Foreign $5.
Next door to the Palace Ice Cream Parlors
OFKEE FOE BALE
Bed Covers, UandVorchiefs, Shawls,
Scarfs, Sashes, Cushions,
Doilies and ijcrcens, Kimonos,
Fancy Silk and Cotton,
Very Fancy Silks
HandpainUd and Embroidered;
Parasols, Photo Frames, Card Cases,
Carved Wood aud Bamboo Screens,
Trays, Etc., Etc., Etc.
Hotel Street, - Oppo, Bethel St.
IS HOLDINO A
GREAT BARGAINS I
IN ALL KINDS OF-
Handsome and Artistic Goods,
J. M. de SA e SILYA.
AUCTION V ROOMS
P. W. BAUER,
Auctioneer, Commission Agent,
Broker, Forwarding and Skipping
Fruit Consignment Agent.
LAND FOB, SALE
AT IWILKI, HONOLULU,
Culm, a Valuable Piece
of Land, close to Rov. J. Will
inimu'h jiroiHirty. mid known as
"l'ulao'H Uiud.1' Tonus onsli.
AJipiyU) J. V. UAHAU1UA,
, nt Knllhl I'ol I'notory.
Or throuiih Boll Telo.im, Miitunl'lolu.(i77i
Job Printing neatly und promptly
twuUH at K Hull tin Oflct,
Hawaiian Hardware Cil.L'iI
- ,. Saturday, --July 89, 1898.
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 building 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 M't'g Co. in all the
magazines. There's no need
for vou 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 Salad Bowls, Dishes
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 Mc
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 Easter bonnet, the dealer
must cater to the wants of the
man who swears by Wood
powder as well as those who
believe Schultze and S. S. to
be the only powder fit to use
in a gun. When the season
opens we will have a supply
of the best "loaded to order"
Cartridges obtainable. Our
orders for the fall supply have
gone forward and the stock
will be here in ample time tor
the Sept. 1st 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 clay and are
i.. .. . ,... m i..
ready to io 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 Tltirihirnrn J'n T.'tl I
Oj)OblUi HpreuUelu' JJI00L,
TEMPLE OF FASHION
Oornor Fort So KCotol Stroots.
TWO GREATMJIALTIES !
I beg to Inform tho Lndles that I hnvo received a Largo and Com
plete Lino of the Cclobiatcd
Diamond Dye Fast Black Hose
For Ladle?, Gentlemen, Misses nnd Children In Silk, Lislo and Cotton.
INFANTS' OPENWORK SOCKS IN 1UT.BRIGAN
INFANTS' OPENWOKK LISLE SOCKS IN FAST BLACK
I CALL ATTENTION THAT I WILL HAVE A
SPECIAL HOSIERY SALE
est CuiiniieiiciiHj SATURDAY the 13th,
WHEKE GREAT INDUCEMENTS WILL BE OFFERED.
Prices ets .A.civertiseci in nay Windows !
Window Curtains! Window Curtains!
I am oilerinc Extra Inducements In that line. Received about 100 Pairs
b of WINDOW CURTAINS
nvnaxi-u-faot-ULrers' Sa,rL"pls !
IN SWISS, APLIQUE & NOTTINGHAM. '
JSTo-w XJeslgns I Very Olioio Patterns I
SST Prices of Above Goods as Advertised in "Windows "a
CTxrtaln. DMZaterials I
I AM OFFERING SWISSES, 4S INCHES WIDE, AT 25c.
Corner Fort and Hotel Sts., - Honolulu, H. I.
100 Doz. Four-in-Hands
iew Summer H
"Wortib. SO Cents.
100 Doz. Four-in-Hands
"Wortlx T'S Cents.
TREGLOAN k SON.
i TT "O Tp Q
, - -StJUhD
FOR SALE BY
HOLLISTER & CO.,
S3 Fort Street,
Honolulu, K, I,
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