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!AlliY PACIFIC COMMERCIAL, AJLVERTI8ER, JUNE 17, 1893.
BY AUTHORITY Water Notice. In aceorJance with Section 1 of Chap ter XX VI ot the laws of 1;88, all persons holding water privilege or those pying water rates, are hereby notified that the water rates for the term ending Decem ber 31, 1393, will be doe and payable at the office of the Water Works on the first day of Jaly,lS03. All such rates remaining unpaid tor fi'teea days after they are due will be subject to an additional 10 per cent. Rates are payable at the office of the Water Works, in the Kapuaiwa Building. All amounts over ten dollars payable in United States gold coin. ANDREW BROWN, Saperintendent Honolulu Water Works. Honolulu, II. I., Jane 16, 1S03. 3 403-1 m cee J hix per cent per annum to be com puted in accordance with the law re- ufatirg the Bmk. Such deposits shall not in I he agregate exceed $150,000 at any one lime. Secttov 3. The term f:r which any deposit ehall he received under tLis Act shall not exceed twelve months. irECiios 4. The form of the said cer liGcates shall be as follows, and shall contain the conditions hereinafter set forth : HAWAIIAN POSTAL SAVINGS FICATES. $ Honolulu, , Receive from Coin, Deposit, payable in BANK CEETI- No 1S9.. ID... Dollars on ..Coin on pre- EWARD HORE, Fsct. has this day been appointed District Magistrate for the District of Waialua, Oaha. Executive Building, Honolulu, Juno 13, 1303 3403-3t 1 434-1 1 eentation of this Certificate, properly in dorsed. 1 his deposit ia made for months, and will bear interest from 189.., at the rate of percent, per annum, and in accordance with the conditions printed hereon. Interest Approved : PUNAH0U. GRADUA TIXG EXERCISES AT CEXTRAZ, UXIOX cnuRcn. Successful Orations and Fine Singing. The tlfty-seeond commencement ex ercises of Oahu college were held in the Central Union church last even ing, commencing at 7:30 o'clock. light The but FOBEIGN OEICB, Hosolclc, June 14, 1893. J lid it known to all whom it may concern that JULIUS IlUTiXG, Esq , having presenUd to this Depirtment his commission from Hi Excellency Jorge Montt, President of the he-public of Chili, which is f -ur.d to be in due form, ho the said Ju'ius Hcting, Efq , is hereby acknowleged &3 Consul for Chi.'i to reside at iionoiuiu, ana an ins oinciai acts as such, are ordered to receive full faith and credit by the authorities of the Provisional Government of the Hawaiian Island. SAN FORD B. DOLE, Minister of Foreign Affairs. 3407 3t 1434-lt Minister of Finance. conditions. Present this Certificate at the Postal Savings Bank at the expiration of the term stated herein. Interest will ceasa at that date. Holders at a distance may indorse this Certificate and send by mail to the Post al 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 shall take effect from the day of its publication. A . . approved tnis 15th dav of June, A. D. 1893. Signed. SAN FORD B. DOLE, President of the Provisional Government of the Hawaiian Islands. rSigned J . A. Krxo, Minister of the Interior. ACT 41. church was adorned with beautiful floral decorations. The audi ence filled every available seat in the large building. In the middle of the pipes of the church organ was wrought in "buflfand blue," the college colors, a likeness of the class pin of the gradu ating class. It contained this inscrip tion : "O. C., "Carpe Diem " 1S93." The Hawaiian orchestra played the overture, :The Diadem," which her alded the coming of the trustees of Oahu college, followed by President F. A. Hosmer, the teachers and the senior class. The president and his class ascended the beautifully decor ated platform and took their seats. Rev. O. P. Emerson uttered an in vocation and the president introduced Alexander M. Atherton, who de livered an address on "The Elements of Success." He said that hardships make heroes, and that competition in life is growing. The speaker alluded to the Jate Gen. S. C. Armstrong as an i President Hosmer addressed words "c in i.-e graduating class, lie faid that lm cia.-s hail worked faith fully at their studies, and they had well eurred the honors of :raduatin. It was always a pleasure to see yoi-tlis take a t-tep upward. Criticisms will surround their paths, and they must meet tuera with courage. It was im portant to train the youths to habits "fright living and thinking, and he hoped graduates of Puuahou would always he true to the traditions of its honorable past. lie impressed on their minds that, as they had advan tages they had responsibilities which they must meet. Mr. Ilosmer then awarded the diplomas. Miss L. F. Dale, the college music teacher, then appeared with a selected song. Never before did this talented young lady sing more charmingly, her higher notes ringing out clearly. xi was uer last appearance at a Puna nou commencement exercise, and with that impression she sang with her whole spirit. As an encore, Miss .uaie sang "i ne .Last Itosc of Sum mer" in a way that she alone can sing. J lie benediction bv Dr. Beckwith and a tinale "enter den Lindeu" by iuc iianmiau orcuesira urougut to a Close a successful uro'Tamme. The graduates received the congrat ulations of their numerous friends wisning tnem a brilliant future. CHURCH SERVICES. 'S ures Sciatic Rheumatism Quick Relief and Perfect Cure HAWAIIAN GAZETTE CO., Book t Job Printers ZIr, C. B. Patrick Stockton, CaL BLANK BOOK MANUFACTURERS AND st. Andrew's catfiedral. lhe services of St. Andrew's cathedral for tomorrow will be as follows : Holy communion at 6 :30 a.m. : morning nravpr at. 11 am I wm so badly aCIcted with sciatic rheuma tism that I could icarcety move. I used a great many remedies which did me no good. A friend presented ma a bottle ot Hood's Sarsaparilla, which I began to take. The relief was quick and two bottles cured mecompletely. I author. Ize the use of my name and portrait In recom mending Hood's Sarsaparilla, for I think It a very valuable medicine. I recommend it to all who may be a2Icted with rheumatism or old Sarsaparilla ores at the in opeciai music ana sermon 11 o clock service. Evensong Hawaiian at 3:30 p.m. Evensong wun sermon at i :6V p.m. The services of the Second Con gregation of St. Andrew's Cathe dral tomorrow will be as foliows: 9 :45 a.m., morning prayer with ser mon ; Venite, Hayes in A ; Te Deum, Hodges in C ; Benedicts, Maunder in B flat; hymns, 223 and 292 ; Anthem, "As pants the hart." by Spohr. 6 :30 p.m., evening prayer with sermon ; Magnificat, fever seres, as I know of a lady la Oakland who La3 been cured of ulcers by this wonderful med icine." C. B. Patrick, No. 2C3 California St., Stockton. California. Get HOOD'S. Hood's Pills act easily, yet promptly and efficiently, on the liver and bowels. 25c liJiihON, MiWMAN & CO., S33G Wholesale Agents FOE SALK CHARLES T. WILDER. Esq, has this day r-en apioint-d Consul-General for lhe States of Calif r;;ia, Neva .la, Oregon and Washington, U. S. A., wi'h residence at San Francisco, California. Executive Building, Honolulu, June 14, 1393. 340G-3t 14341-t An Act Relating to the Unlawful Use or Poiieulon of Explosives. CHARLES L. CARTER, Eau , has this day been appointed District Magis trate for the district of Honolulu. Executive Building, Honolulu, June 14,1893. 3403-3t 1434-lt In accordance with Section 1, Chapter XXXV of the Session Laws of I8S8, 1 have tb is day changed the location of the Government Pound of the district of Kawaihan, Kauai, from Kapunakai ta Waipouli, on tho makai side of the Gov ernment roid. JAS. A. KING, Minister of the Interior. -Interior Office, June 13, 1S93. Mb. ISAAC KAUHOE has this day been appointed Poandmaster to the above Pound, vice J. W. Bush, resigned. J. A. KING, Minister of the Interior. Interior Office, June 13 1893. 3406-3t 14S3 3t ACT 39. An A-t to Amend Chapter 35 of the Session Laws of 1888, being "An Act to Amend and Consolidate the Law Kelatlns to Poon U, Otrays, Brand and Marks." Approved August 11th, 1S88, by adding a New Section to said Act. to be called Section SO A. Be it exacted by the Executive and Advisory Councils of tho Provision al Government of the Hawaiian Isl ands: Section 1 The Act entitled "An Act to amend and consolidate the law re lating to pounds, estrays, brands and marks," approved the 11th day of Au gust, 18S8, is hereby amended by adding a new Section thereto to be called Sec tion 20a, to read as follows : "Section- 20a It shall be unlawful for any person or corporation to use any brand that has not been duly registered according to law. Any person, officer of a corporation or corporation usinsr any brand that has not been duly registered according to law shall, upon conviction before any District Magis rate, be fined n t less than one dollar nor more than five dollars for each animal so branded." Sectiok 2 This Act shall take effect from the date of its publication. Approved this 15th day of June, A. D. 1S93. (Signed), SAN FORD B. DOLE, President of the Provisional Government of the Hawaiian Islands. (Signed), . J. A. King, Minister of the Interior. Be it Fxacted by the Executive and Advisory Councils of the Provisional Government of the Hawaiian Islands : StCTio.v l Any person unlawfully using dyoamite or other explosive chem ical or substance for the purpose of in flicting bodily injury upon, or to terrify and frighten any person, or to injure or destroy any property, or damage the same in any manner, shall be liable, upon conviction, to pay a fine of not les3 than 1 wo hundred and fifty dollars, nor more than five thousand dollars, and to imprisonment at hard labor for a term not to exceed twenty jears. Section 2 Any person who shall have in his possession, dynamite or ether ex plosive chemical or substance, other than ammunition for firearms, with intent to use the same for the purpose of inflicting bodily injury upon, or to terrify and frighten any person, or to injure or de stroy any property, or damage the same in any manne-, shall be liable, on con viction, to pay a fine of not more than three thousand dollars, or to imprison ment at hard labor for a term not to ex ceed five years. Section 3 At the trial of any person charged with having commuted any of the offenses mentioned in Section 2 of this Act, proof of possession of any of such explosives shall be prima facie evidence of such unlawful intent, and the burden of proof shall be on the defendant to show that such possession was lawful. Section 4 No person arrested for vio lating the provisions of this Act shall be released on bail without an order from a Circuit Judge, or from the Attorney General, or the Marshal, or a Sheriff. Section 5 Concurrent jurisdiction to hear and determine all cases arising under this Act is hereby conferred upon the several District Magistrates and Cir cuit Judges at Chambers, who shall have for the purpose all the authority now conferred by law upon District Jlagis trates, in cases within their jurisdiction, with the right of appeal and to take ex ception, as in ordinary cass before such Magistrates. Section 6 This Act shall. take effect from the date of its publication. . Approved this 15th day of June, A. D. 1S93. rSigned.J SANFORD B. DOLE, President of the Provisional Government of the Hawaiian Islands. (Signed) J. A. Kino, Minister of Interior. A nik, dTL.. j: , iimucuj. i uc lauiaiiL morn hath passed away," by Woodward ; nymns, 2yu and 31. Rev. Alex. Mackintosh, pastor. All are cordi ally invited. CENTRAL UXIOX CHUKCH. Sunday School at 9:45 a. si.; Public Worship at 11 a.m. and at 7 : 30 p.m. Young People's Society of Chris tian Endeavor at 6 :30 p.m. All are cordially invited to these services. Y. M. C. A. .SERVICES. Sunday, 11 a.m., at Oahu. Jail; 1 :15 p.m., at the Barracks : 3 :30 p. m., Bible study at Y. M. C. A. ; 6 :30 p.m., Orospel praise service at Y. M. C. A. Tuesday, 7 :30 p.m., prayer meet ing at Y. M. C. A. 4 ' LATTER DAY SAINTS. iteorganized Church of Jesus RECEIVED EX GAELIC A BIG LOT OF- Sprvipps will ha TioM sr C.l.. I - Jl . example for those who desire to over come hardships and obstacles. To Chard in E ; Nunc Dimittis, Youne . a - t p . . I wnoie energy 10 it win lnevitaoiy bring him success. The educated in variably attain success, but the mind must be trained. He closed his re marks by saying that a complete edu cation was the formation of a Chris tian character. When Atherton took his seat loud applause greeted him, and three boys brought a basket of choice bouquets, the gift of his admiring friends. Henry C. Hapai, son of police judge Hapai of Hilo, delivered an oration on "Revolution in Russia?" He enum erated the condition of serfs in that despotic land and the events leading to the formation of the organization known as nihilists, which name means "emancipation to freedom ' in the eyes of the down-trodden serfs. Ki hilism is despised by civilized coun tries without taking into considera tion the real condition of theoppressed people who are seeking the change. The speaker touched lightly on the causes -aud effects of the eman cipation of the English in 1688, and of the French, a century. later. Today the Slavonic races are demanding emancipation and their cry will be heard. Mr. Hapai is a half-caste Hawaiian, and although English is not his mother tongue, his enuncia tion is almost faultless. The Hawai ian people are always glad to welcome one of their race coming out the threshold of Punahou. A selection from Handel entitled "Hallelujah Chorus" was exquisitely reudered by the choral class, Mrs. A. F. Judd playing the accompaniments on the large organ. George S. Waterhouse delivered an eloquent oration on the "Achieve ment of Christianity." The Latin In scription at the entrance to St. Paul's Cathedral, England, which interpret ed meant "If you see this monument look around" he emphasized as also true of the gospel of Jesus. Christ ians are asked to look around" aud save their fellowmen. The progress of Christianity was touched upon in the course of his remarks. A Christ ian character waathe Interest inherit ance of our race. Chas. M. Cooke, jr., was next intro duced, and he gave a brilliant dis course on the "Progress of medicine and surgery." During the course of bjs address, he contrasted the surgi cal operations of today to thosn of the past century, and was struck with the rapid advance that science had at tained. It had progressed hand in band with the rapid growth of de structive oils. Patent medicine and quack doctors received a complete condemnation from the speaker aud ho thought that the community would be far better off, if such were swept away from the face of the earth. The Girls' Glee Club next favored the audience with Wagner's spinning song. Their singing was highly ad mired. "Anglo-Saxon Freedom" was the subject of Jas. 15. Judd's oration. He Wi OKI-" MR 1 Ui: foM ('. iitt once? SAi.K AT Till- l 1 t w.ia i ii . i Pwh. J i! (iua va J.-l i;.- I lit t!lS L'.50 per li-JZ. 3 50 per dvz. i -'.f.n per doa 'i,. v is ;t verv .- at 1 ."0 in 0. i I !;, ill'! Pa;,i h i.tin lli.i.- Cakh N A CANNES U CO., Krsilik-:'.!.a. Kona, 0!C-eiND EfiS. Merchant St., Honolulu. PLUS AND FANCY PRINTING PROMPTLY AND NEATLY EXECUTED Law Books and Blanks, Lawyers' Brief3, Statistical Work, Lithograph Colored Cards, Ball and Wedding Cards, - Letterheads printed In Pamphlets of any kind, Freight and Plantation Book, Colored Poster Work, Business and Visiting Cards, Programmes, Billheads, Copying Ink, Etc., Etc., Etc., Et BOOK BINDING In all its Branches Services will be held on Sunday as follows: 10 a. sr., Bible class; ii :io a. m. and i :d(J p. sr., preach- mg py jsider J. U. (Jlapp. ZCevo SUtocrtiscmcute. Something different from in other stores. that For Lease. THOSE DESIRABLE PRE- mises opposite the Alakiki re serve, recently occumedhv Mr. vuanea vreimon. ine grounds are spacious, and wellshided with Ornamen tal and bruit Trees: only a minute's walk to Tramways. The Buildings will be put in inorougn repair to suit the wishes of a good tenant. For further particulars, a nnlu tr RR TIC. W f n I? TV u in 1 1 'n Trustee for Mrs. Mary S. Levey. 3358-tt REGULAR JAPANESE PATTERNS FOR "KIMONO! " Silk Handkerchiefs, Curios, etc., etc., "The above Goods to be sold at very reasonable prices. ITOHAN, Importer of Japanese Goods Fort St., near Custom House. 3395 tf Magazines, Law Books, Blank Books of any description, Day Books and Cash Books, Map and Photograph: Mounting, Albums, Old Books Re-bound, Music Books, Account and Time Books, Journals and Ledgers, Portfolios, Scrap-books, Letter Copying Books, Notice of Instruction. 13 KOFESSO H B. liUCHWALDY 1- begs respectfully to inform the ladies and gentlemen of Honolulu, that he ha3 lately arrived here with the view of teaching Violin, Cello, Guitar, Mandolin, rnuomeiai, etc., etc. lhe I'rofessor was formerly in the Court of Siam as Violin Virtuoso and Intormator to H. M. the Kintr and Prin ces of Siam, where he was decorateii bv lhe II. M. with the Royal Gold Medal o"f lionor r CSS AM ALL A. pave a brief history of the origin of VT -iFcauons 10 Arlington uotei, the Anclo-Saxon race the onlv M0-8. are requested for particulars and Notice. ACT 40. TT7ILLAM FOSTER WILL ACT for me ia all matters of business until further notice, under full power of attorney. ALBERT JAEGER. Honolulu, June 13, lb93. An Act to Increase the Facilities to Depositor and Providing for Term Deposit In The Hawaiian Postal Savings Bank. Be it Exacted by the Executive and Advisory Councils of the ProvMonal Government of the Hawaiian Islands : Referring to the above, I hereby give notice to all persons having business with Albert Jaeger to transact the same with me personally, at his office on Kaahuma nu Street. WILLIAM FOSTER. Honololn, June 13, 1S9. 34)5-lw To Let. Section 1. The Posmaster-General, as Manager of lhe Postal Savings Bank, with the content and approval of the Minister of Finance, may issue to any person Term Deposit Certificates in the name of the .Hawaiian Postal Savings Bank for deposits of not less than Five Hundred Dollars nor more than Five Thousand Dollars. Section 2. The amounts so deposited shall draw interest at a rate cot to ex- 33 HOUSE TO LET ON St., next to the Fchool Address P. O. Box 314. ;3-lw W. McCANm.r.sa FORT house. Notice. I HAVE THI? DAY SOLD TO PANG Kun Bit my Fruit and Produce Busi ness. All bills must be presented before the '5th of June, or I shall not pay them, as I shall leave July 9th for China. 3403-lwt SAM KEE. people who yearn for freedom. The Americans fought for freedom against George III. of England, and the speaker observed that wherever the Anglo-Saxon people are, whether on continents or on the islands of the sea, the same old spirit of freedom follows them. The time was past when royalty should be at large, and here, in these beautiful islands of the sea, let the Anglo Saxons prevail, and let Hawaii be a veritable Para dise of the Pacific. Miss Margaret H. Mossman came next with an essay on "The Hawaii an Pilgrim Fathers," concluding with a valedictory (bv vote of tho dfiso. Misi Mossman described the long voyage ana suilerings of the chief Hawaiiloa from Tahiti in three canoes, aud his landing with his peo ple on the shores of Hawaii nei. When they sighted land, after many days of expectation, they shouted with joy "Ka AIna!" (the land). Since the advent of the chief Hawaii loa unto this day, the darkness of heathenism is constantly giving way to a higher life and to the light of Christian civilization. And turning to her classmates, she reminded them of their duty to the community, and ever to remember their motto "Carpe diem," seize the opportunity and on ward go, never haltiug. When the young lady took her seat, beautiful bouquets were sent her. A!1 of tlie ratJuates were presented with louquets as tributes cf love of the donors. Each member of the senior class received a large number of bouquets. The college glee club rendered, in grand style, the "Vacation Song" bv Prof. P. H. Dodge. terms. Honolulu, May 16th, 1893. 3332-tf For Sale. A of LIGHT COVERED BUGGY IN good condition; price $1()0. Inquire 11. M. Will IiS EY, 43 Merchant Street. Situation Wanted. COMPETENT YOUNG MAN x. with first-class references, wishes employment as store manawer, hook keeper or office work. AdJress "X Y. Z.," this office. 3403-3tf To Let. The Gorman' NEW EUROPEAN ! 100 Elegantly Furnished Rooms ONLY TWO BLOCKS From Mam Entranc3 to the Fair 316-318 65th Terrace, Chicago. Rites: $1 per Day and Upward. lst-Class Cafe 33o9-3m J. F. GORMAN, Pkop. IT IS OM THINS To journey to Chicago, out quite another to remain there com fortably during the crowded season. The untaken rooms are going rapidly. Have you arranged for a place yet? All the World's Fair Hotels demand a cash deposit before they'll look at you or book your name. lhe much-advertised Hotels may not be the choicest, but thev'il get j'our money. Join the Pacific Excursion Co., and avoid such risk. Uur fee of $5 covers the cash deposit demanded by Hotels. We have 5 Hotels, which have been person ally selected by our President, andean be recommended. You can go by any route, at any time, and remain as long as you care to. Edge Gilding, Lettering in Gold, BINDING H MOROCCO, CALF, SHEEP, ROAN, RUSSIA, PERSIAN AND I UTH. AT SHORT NOTICE FIRST-CLASS WORKMANSHIP GUARANTEED The ONLY WEEKLY PAPER IN THK ENGLISH LANGU A(i K. Circulating tln?ongliout the Islands. Subscription $6.00 a Year T. W. 335S HOBRON. AGENT. For Lease or Sale. A PLEASANT FRONT-ROOM, suitable for two with board, can b had at 32 Emma .Street. 3402 tf To Let. COTTAGE CONTAINING PAR lor, Dining Room, 4 Bed Rooms, Kitchen. Pantrv. etc.. corner of Beretania and Keeaumoku Sts., at pres ent occupied by Mr. J. M. McChesnev. Possession given after April 15. Appfv to Mas. CO WES, 3333-tf Hntel Street. Ledgers with patent backs at the Gazette office. RESIDENCE ON LUNALILO street, at present occupied by E. W. Holdsworth, containing double parlors. 4 bedrooms, dressing an bath rooms, dining room, pantry ana kitchen. Grounds 300x105 feet, well laid out; servants' rooms, stable and chicken house m rear of mam building. K. I. LILLIE, 2322-tf with Thpo. H. Davie fr Co. MISS BURROW'S Dressmaking Rooms S9 HOTEL STREET. Prices lower than elsewhere in Hono lulu. Latest styles as worn in London and Paris. A specialty of Washing Dress es. All work neatly and promptly finished. 3340 PACIFIC COMMERCIAL ADVERT flONQLULU'S LIVE DAILY T you Wish to be Abreast, of the Times this PAPER IS INDISPENSABLE. DELIVERED BY CARRIERS 50 CENTS A MONTH.