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DALLY PACIFIC COMMJ3KCXAL. ADVERTISER, JUNE 20, 1893.
BYAUTflOEITY ACT 40. An Act to lncr0 the Facilities to Depositor and Providing for Term Deposit In the Hawaiian Tostal Saving Bank. c it Enacted by the Executive and Advisory Councils of the Provisional Government of the Hawaiian Islands : Section 1. The Poslmaster-General, as Manager of the Postal Savings Bank, with the consent 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 not to ex ceed six per cent, per annum to be com puted in accordance with the law reg ulating the Bank. Such deposits shall not in the aggregate exceed $150,000 at any one time. Section 3. The term for which any deposit shall te received under this Act shall not exceed twelve months. Section 4. The form of the said cer tificates shall be as follows, and shall contain the conditions hereinafter set forth : HAWAIIA TOSTAL SAVINGS BANK CERTI FICATES. $ No Honolulu 189. . Received from in Coin, Dollars on Deposit, payable in Coin on pre sentation of this Certifica'e, properly in dorsed. This deposit is made for months, and will bear interest from 1S9.., at the rate of per cent, per annum, and in accordance with the conditions printed hereon. Interest , ' Approved : Minister of Finauce. CONDITIONS. Present this Certificate at the Postal Savings Bank at the expiration of the term stated herein. Interest will cease -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 date of its publication. Approved this 15th day of June, A. D. 1893. (Signed. SAXFOKD B. DOLE, President of the Provisional Government of the Hawaiian Islands. fSigned. J. A. Kino, Minister of the Interior. 3418 1480 lm "Water Notice. In accordance with.Section 1 of Chap ter XXVI of the laws of 18S6, all persons holding water privileges or those paying water rates, are hereby notified tbfat the water rates for the term ending Decem ber 31, 1S9 J, will be due and payable at the office of the Water Works on the first day of July, 1893. All such rates remaininj unpaid tor fifteen days after they are due will be subject to an additional 10 per cent. Kates 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, Superintendent Honolulu Waterworks. Honolulu, II. I., June 16, 1S93. 3iOS-lm THE PACIFIC HARDWARE COMPANY Have received lewis' combination 8phay pumps, for which you have been waiting. .This pump comprises three brass machines, instead of one. ' A Spray Pamp, Agricultural Syringe, and Veterinary Syringe. Also, MASON DAVIS WROUGHT STEEL RANGES. Unquestionably the best for all pur poses. Douglas Pamps. Hem's Vegetable Presses. Mops, Shoe Sets, Brooms, Brushes, Ball Wicking, etc., etc. lw Notice. TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN J. the undersigned will not be respon sible for any debts contracted on account cf the Paradise of the Pacific without his written order, nor will any receipts on account of said paper be recognized after this date, unless .signed by him. J.J. WILLIAMS, oer W. H. Charlock, Jr. June 16, 1893. 340S-tf Notice. 4 LL ORDERS OR BILLS AGAINST xjl the Paradise of the Pacific news paper signed by J.J. Williams or the undersigned, or any receipts signed by either of the two, are valid. FRANK GODFREY, Managing Editor Paradise of Pacific. - ' 340S-U Work equal to the best at San Francisco prices at the Gazette Office. latest news. TWO DAYS LATER-DATES TO THE i6th. The German Elections. Berlin, June 1G. At the elections today llerr Liebkneebt, the well known Socialist leader, was elected for Berlin by immense majorities. A second ballot, however, is necessary ln other four districts. Though the Socialists polled twenty thousand in Berlin and ninety thousand in the other electorates, not 10 per cent, of the votes were recorded for supporters of the Army Bill. Three Socialists were elected for Hamburg. The party also secured five Beats in the prov inces, and has the best prospects in many other electorates. In a large number of instances second ballots will have to be taken. There was no disorder during the day. The Panama Appeal Cases. Paris, June 15. The appeal court has annulled the verdict against the men convicted of corruption in con nection with the Panama Canal Com pany, on the ground, of lapse of time, and all the prisoners have been re leased. Paris, June 10. The court of cassa tion has annulled the judgment on Charles de Lesseps, Fontaine and Jitlel for fraudulent practices. lae former has been released, but the two latter will have to complete their sentences for corruption. It is ex pected that Charles and Ferdinand Lesseps and Cottu will shortly be par doned. The Home Rale Bill. London, June 14. In committee In the House of Commons on the fourth clause of the home rule bill to day, Air. G. C. Bartley, member for Islington, moved an amendment which was negatived empowering the Irish legislature to establish and endow religion. On the same clause Mr. Gerald Balfour, member for .Leeds, moved an amendment which was lost to prevent the Irish legisla ture from reducing crown salaries, and denying pensions. 1jON don, June lo. ine limes say3 that Mr. Gladstone having to con clude a fresn. bargain with the Irish party, proposes to press the financial clauses of the borne rule bill, and then enforce the closure for the re mainder of the measure. The Vancouver Route. London, June 1-3. London mer chants are preparing to consign goods by Huddart, Parkers steamers, via Vancouver. As compared with the route around Capo Horn, it is reck oned there will be a saving of four montb.3 on the round trip. London, June 15. Sir Saul Samuel, Sir J. Mr. uarnck, and Sir Charles Tupper, are conferring with Earl Spencer, First Lord of the Admiralty, with a view to securing a subvention for Huddart, Parker's line of steamers in the Vancouver-Australian trade. Great Flood in New South Wales. Sydney. June 15. The greatest flood on record occurred yesterday at ivempsey, on lue .aiacieay river, cen tral Kempsey was entirely under water, and a large number of houses were completely swept away, while many others collapsed. The town and surrounding district present a terribld scene of devastation. Many of the inmates of the wrecked buildings had narrow escapes from drowning, and their cries of distress continued throughout the night. One boat cap sized and the occupants were thrown Into the water, but were eventually rescued. Great quantities of stock have been drowned, but no loss of human life is reported. A number of houses in West Kempsey were also. swept xi way. Labor Troubles in Australia.. Melbourne, June 1(J. The Sea men's Union has passed a resolution acrainst the acceptance of a reduction In wages, it is anticipated that very few of the crews will avail themselves of the opportunity to send delegates to discuss the matter with the owners. The conference will probably take place today. Affair a in Egypt. Cairo, June 16. The leading Egyp tian newsnaDer has ceased publica tion, and the -editor has left the countrv. The. incident is attributed to fact that Riaz Pasha, premier, in tended bringing a libel action against the paper. America and Samoa. Washington, Juno 1G. An Ameri can warship will probably be sent to Samoa. The Fisheries Dispute. Halifax, June 14. The Canadian authorities have seized an American schooner for fishing in prohibited waters. St. Petersburg, June 14. The Russian government has decided to grant an indemnity to the British sealers who were seized in the Bering sea inside the three-mile limit. Defrauding the Customs. Paris, June 15. Flageolet, an offi cial in the customs department in this city, is being tried on a cuarge 01 ue frauding.the department to an amount of over 100,000 francs. The Royal Wedding. St. Peters euro, June 14. The Czarewitch leaves for England shortly to be present at the wedding of the Duke of ork lo tne 1'rincess 31 ay. The Financial Crisis. Sydney, June 15. At a representa tive meeting of citizens it was decided to present Sir G. R. Bibbs with a tes timonial in recognition of the prompt action taken by him in connection with the financial crisis; 700 were subscribed in the room. A Terrible Jlevenge. Washington, June 15. Dr. Walker of St. Paul, Minnesota, while out shooting hred at a squirrel, and, miss ing it, shot dead an Indian girl who was standing near. The triba cap tured Walker and roasted him on a slow fire, while the relatives of the girl mutilated his body in a fearful manner. The military have gone in pursuit of the Indians. Demand for an Inquiry. London. June )5. The Times' Cal- cutta correspondent states that all classes In India demand an imme diate Inquiry into the excessive cost of the Indian ofiice. The Cost of a Strike. m London, June 15. The Hull strike cost the Shipping Federation 40,000 and the strikers 50,000, while the loss of business in the town is esti mated at 76,000. The Hiowera's Hails. London, June 15. The Australian mails by the Miowera reached Mon treal vesterday, and are due at Southampton on the iTJd inst. The French Navy Paris, June 13. The estimates in clude a vote for the construction of thirty-two new warships. A Warship Leaking. London, June 10. The safety of one of Great Britain's battleships, the Hood, of 14 guns, has been imperilled through the scamped rivetting of the keel plates. Hie vessel is leaking badly. The Suspended Banks. Brisbane, June 16. At a general meeting of shareholders in the Royal bank, the reconstruction scheme was adopted. The American Banks. Washington, June 16. In conse quence of the recent failures, the asso ciated banks in America have mutu ally agreed in cases of pressure, to lend money up to To per cent, ot tne market value of the approved securi ties. Arrest of Monks. St. Petersburg, June 15. The monks in Moscow are being arrested, owing to valuables being discovered in their cells ; also, on a charge of re moving jewels from sacred vestments and of cohabiting with women. They will be deported to Siberia. Ulster's War Song. London. June 15. The band of the Coldstream Guards has been forbidden to play the tune of " Rouse Ye Ulster." It is reported that the auhtor, who is an ex-captain of the guards, has been removed from the commission of the peace. Cholera Epidemic. London, June 15. Great prepara tions are being made in Egyyt and Hamburg to prevent cholera spread iner should there be an outbreak. London, June lu The daily death rate at Mecca from cholera has reached 50. Donation of 25,000. London, June 16. Mr. Joseph Mc Donald, a New South Wales colonist, has given a donation of 25,000 to the Free Church of Scotland. An Engine of War. ' Paris, June 16. M. Turpin has in vented a mitrailleuse capable of pro jecting a hundred thousand missiles a distanced two miles in a quarter or an hour. The Queensland Sugar Industry. Brisbane, June 15. The total out put In the sugar districts is estimated to reach 123,000 tons. The Illustrated Tourists' Guide That popular work, "Tub Tourists Gztidb Through the Hawaiian Isl ands, " is meeting with a steady sale both at home and abroad. Tourists and others visiting these islands should be In possession of a copy of it. It is a per feet mine of information relating to the scenes and attractions to be met with here. Copies in wrappers can be had at the publication office, 46 Merchant street, and at the News Dealers. Price 60 cents . 2$cu) tfiDcrtisemcnte. ARE YOU HUNGRY? If you are, come to the New Limcli Booms FORT STKKET. MRS. NICHOL, - - Proprietress. Home-made liiuiclies At all Hours and at Reasonable Prices. JC0Noon Lunches a specialty. jDET'Separate Department for Ladies 3418-3m O YOU FEED THE BABY Tho Rlfin iipp1s If th Com plexion i8 sallow, rough, scaly, pimply, it is because it is not fed with . LOLA 3I0XTEZ CREME The Skin Food and Tissue Builder, positively the only safe and reliable ar ticle for the complexion. Aosoiuteiy harmless, opens the pores, increases trie natural and necessary secretions of the skin. Restores the ilesh to firm healthy state of youth. Prevents wrinkles Good for burns, chapped lips and hands r Pot lasts three months. PRICE 75 CENTS. ?"Ask your druggist for it. HOW CAN YOU TOLERATE Freckles, Pim ples, Blackheads Yellow or -mud dy Skin, mouth Wrinkles cr any form cf facial dis figurement when Mrs. Nettie Har bison guarantees to cure you. Don consider you WwCar, fiL case a hopeless Mrs. Harrison treats ladies for all de fects of face and figure. The perma nent removal of superfluous hair guaranteed. ZNIItS. IjBrxi 30 HAKRISON America's Beauty Doctor. 26 Geary Street, San Francisco, Cal. fiCT-For sale by IIOLLISTER & CO., Druggists, 100 Fort St., Honolulu. 3406-tf Notice. A QUARTERLY DIVIDEND WILL be paid to the Stockholders of Wild1 er's Steamship Company, at their ofiice, June 2Sth, 1S93. S. B. ROSE, Secretary. Honolulu, June 20, 1S93. 341G-2t WORTH WINNING. List of Prizes for the Citizens' Hatch. July 4t iSQ3- The fifteenth semi-annual match of the Hawaiian rifle association will be held on the morning of the 4th July. In addition to the tro phies for the regular matches, the bllowing list of prizes will be awarded to the winners of the citizens' match : Col. Claus Spreckels, SoO. Hawaiian Carriage Manufacturing Co., $5. Ilollingers Shoeing bhop, c-o. Union Feed Co., S-3. Wilder i- Co., $0. M. Phillips & Co., $-. Inter-islaud Steam Navigation Co., $10. Alex, oung, $5. A. 13. C vo K. S. Cunha, $2.50. F. A. Schaefer & Co., $5. Henry Davis & Co., box of tea. Hawaiiau Hardware Co., hanging lamp. Uonsalves & Co., ham. T. H. Da vies & Co., vase. M. S. Grinbaum & Co., banjo ($20). M. V. McChesney& Sons, 100 lbs. best soap. J. r. Col burn & Co., bag 01 iNew Zealand oat?. California Feed Co., bale of hay. V. S. Luce, goods ($7). H. Roth, goods for pair of pants. Pacific Hardware Co., picture. J. S. Martin, pair of trousers. Lewers & Cooke, roll of matting ($12). V. F. Reynolds, silver bracelet. IS. O. Hall & Son, silverware ($15). II. F. Wichman. M. Mclnerny, straw hat. .1. T. & II. Waterhouse, glassware ($10). Manufacturers' Shoe Co., pair or shoes ($5). Hawaiian News Co., album (q?b). Peacock & Co., keg of wine. - C. W. Ashford. J. Emmeluth & Co., goods (S5.-. Hackfeld & Co. Castle & Cooke, set of carvers ($10). Wenner & Co. Henry May & Co., box of tea. Kgan & Gunu, photograph album. Renson, Smith & Co.; dozen per fume. . King Brothers. Hawaiian Star Co. year's sub- scription Star. Hawaiian Gazette Co., scription Advertiser. 1 year's sub New titocrtisemnii8. lth OF JULY. NOTICE. LL r ARTIES WISHING TO MAKE 1 entries in the Boat, Yacht and Swimming Races to be held on July 4th, wdl please communicate with J. W. Jones, J O. liox 310. l'er order. 3412-lw COMMITTEE ON SPORTS. lth OF JULY. Parade of- tlie Antiovies. and. Horribles." A 7.T. l'KRSONS WHO WILL JOIN V in the Parade of the "Antiques and Horribles," are requested to coramuni osLta sit on with C. B. Rinlev. P. O Box 23. Everyone is invited to assist in thia foainrn of the 4th of Julv celebra tion. Prizes will be given for the best characters, l'er order 01 3412-lw COMMITTEE. Massage. A fits. PRAY WOULD ANNOUNCE ltX that she will attend a limited num ber of patients. Address at II. M. Whitney's, King st. ; Bell Telephone 75. 3228-tf 3 The Latest Parisian Fashions in Hair Dressing. MME. J. PHILLIPS, Ladies' Hair Dresser. Hair Culturist and Toilet Artiste. . 83G Market Street Importer of Human Hair Goods and Toilet Articles for private and stage use. Private Rooms for Hair Dressing, Shampooing and ionic ireatment. 3410-tf For Sale. A GENTLE YOUNG HORSE lijrht top Bugsry, Harness, Sad dle. Robes, Brushes, etc. ; wu be sold together or single : may be seen Monday and Tuesday forenoon, opposite C. H ustace's Grocery, at racinc uoast Home Supply Co.riH King Street. 3414-tf Beach Property, Waikik, for Lease. FOR ANY TERM NOT EX nppdinc twentv-five vears. three C ' nnimnTovp.d Lots and one Lot with Dwelling House containing large Lanai, etc., being tne premises oi r. . Prntt Thpso T.ota are nlanted with Cocoanut and other Trees and sodded with Manienie Grass. Apply to J. A. MAGOON, Next to Post Office, or to Mus. F S. Pratt, Punchbowl Street. 341G-tf Dividend Notice. rpiIK STOnmiOLDERS OF THE 1 Hawaiian Bell Telephone Comoanv are notified that a dividend (No. 6 of 6 per cent, has been declared and is payable at the cthce'of the Company on Merchant street. J. F. BROWN, Secretary of Haw'n. Bell Telephone Co Honolulu, June 22, 1893. 3413-tf Lost. N SATURDAY, BETWEEN KA V mehameha School and Thomas Rrmiro i lar?ir'a finlil Wtih sinfl Koh. .Ub.lVJ w w -J with owner's name on back case of watch. Keturn to Advertiser omce and receive reward. AsbH-tt Ledgers with patent backs at the Uazette omce. Sirs. A. M. Allen Ferry, "Wash. 20 Miles from a Doctor But Hood's Garsaparilla was Equal to tho Emergency Pleurisy, Cliills and Fever HIV Leg Perfect cure. a ttT mv hafiv was born I cot Into very serl- , .wrtitinn. Tiavinff oleurisv. chills and fever. gradually developing into milk leg. We Uto 20 miles from a pliysician ana aia noi iuuw ui. to do. Finally after n great Ueal of nff er ing I began to take Hood's SarsapariUa and wLen I was using the tnira douio x coma see It Was Dolns Mo Cood. I continued with another bottle, f.nd recovered so rapidly that now I am in ea health. I Hood's fs- Cures cordially recommend it as a good medicine." MRS. A. M. ALLEN', Jt erry, uwmj;iuu. UnM's Pilla cure all Liver Ills, Bilious ness, Jaundice, Indigestion, Sick Headache. HOBRON, NEWMAN & CO., 3336 - -Wholesale Agents NEW GOODS ! Received by late Steamers. COTTON CRAPE! Of New Patterns; also, GENT'S READY.MaDE Crape Shirts and Fuits ! Of First clas3 style. . Silk Handkerchiefs and Neckties, Handsome Vases of Japanese Art, etc. EXTRA CHOICE Pan Fired Japan Tea FOR FAMILY USE. Sold at very reasonable prices for the trade as well as retail. ITOHAN, Importer of Japanese Goods 2CG Fort St., near Custom House. Yumatnvi. Yokohama. Jdoan. Cotton Crape Manufacturer and Shirt Maker. Sole agent, lTOHAIN, L'UG l?ort street, Honolulu. 3r,ar) tf FOR SLK. E OFFER FOR SALE AT THE following prices : Poha Jam in 2 lb. cans at $4 .50 per doa. Poha Jam in 1 lb. cans at 2.50 per doz Poha Jellv in 1 lb. cans at 3.50 per doz Guava Jeily in 1 lb. cans at 2.50 per doz. China Orange and Papaia Jam, (this ib a very superior article), in 2 1b. cans at $4.50 per dozen. Tekms Cash. RON A CANNING CO., Kealakekua, Kona, 3140-3m Hawaii, II . I. BASE BALL Hawaiis vs. Kamehamehas Saturday, July 1st A.T 13:30 O'CLOCK T. JI. Hawaiian Baseball Association Grounds ADMISSION: ADULTS 25c. CHILDREN 10c. For Lease os Hale. MKE31DEJSCE ON LUKAL1LO street, at present occupied by E. W. Holdsworth, containing double parlor3,4 bedrooms, dressing an bath rooms, dining room, pantry ana kitchen. Grounds 300x105 feet, -well laid out; servants' rooms, stable and chicken house in rear of main building. 11. I. LILLIE, 2S22-U with Tbeo. H. Pavies A Co. Found. 4 PAIR GOLD EYE-GLASSES. J. Owner can obtain by proving pro perty and paying for this advertisement. 3416-3t MISS BURROW'S Dressmaking Rooms 99 HOTEL STREET. Prices lower than elsewhere in Hono lulu. Latest styles as worn in London and Pari3. A specialty of Washing Dress es. All work neatlv and promptly finished. 3340 GRAND EXGDRSION TO KAI1ULUI July 4th THE STBAMEE L1KBLIKE jqj-j- jujy 4tnf wui arrive at uwiu'"1" TICKETS FOR THE ROUND TRIP: Cabin 7.50. Wilder's Steamship Company. Honolulu, June 23d, 1893. HAWAIIAN B ook Job Printers BLANK BOOK MANUFACTURERS AND IVLerchant St., Honolulu. PLAIN AND FANCY PRINTING PROMPTLY AND Law Books and Blanks, Pamphlets of any kind, Lawyers' Briefs, Freight and Plantation Books, Statistical Work, Colored Poster Work, Lithograph Colored Cards, Business and Visiting Cards, Ball and Wedding Cards, Programmes, Billheads, Letterheads printed in Copying Ink, Etc., Etc., Etc., Et.' BOOKB In all its m ill Magazines, Law Books Music Books, Blank Books of any description, Account and Time Books, Day Books and Cash Books, Journals and Ledgers, Map and Photograph Mounting, Portfolios, Scrap-books,' " Albums, Old Books Re-bound, Letter Copying Books, Edge Gilding, Lettering in Gold, BINDING IN MOROCCO, CfiLF, SHEEP. IE3 HI JFL AT SHORT NOTICE FIRST-CLASS WORKMANSHIP GUARANTEED The ONLY WEEKLY PAPER - IN THE ENGLISH LANGUAGE Circulating ilapcmghoiii the Islands Subscription July 4th ....... , U1J Deck S3.00 -o 3414-td GAZETTE CO., NEATLY EXECUTED INDING I3zaziclies. ROAN, RUSSIA, PERSIAN AND t UTH. rLTJXjIIST -o- $6.00 a Year