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DAII2 PACIFIC COMMEBCIAL AiVEttTlSEtt, JULY 10, 1893,
BY AUTHORITY ACT 40. An Art to Increae the Facilities to Depositors and 1'rovltliiig for Term Deposits in the Hawaiian Tostal Savingf Itank. Be it Exacted by tho Executive and Advi3ory Councils of the Provisional Government of the Hawaiian Islands : Section 1. The Pos" master-General, as Manager of the Postal Savings Bank, with the consent and approval of the Minister cf 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 on time. Section 3. The term for which any deposit fjhall be received under this Act shall not exceed twelve months. Scenes 4. The form cf the said cer tificates shall bo as follows, and shall contain the conditions hereinafter set forth : HAWAIIAN I'OS TAL SAVINGS FICATE8. I Honolulu, Received from Coin, Deposit, payable in hank ckrti- No 189.. in Dollars on Coin on pre sentation of thi3 Certificafe, properly in dorsed. This deposit is made for months, and will bear" interest from ISO.., at the rate of j ercent. per annum, and in accordance with the conditions printed hereon. Interest , A pproved : Minister of Finance. CONDITIONS. Present this Certificate at the Postal Savings Bank at the expiration of the term stated herein . Interest will ct os i at that date. Holders at a distance ruaj 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 5. Thi3 Act shall take effect from the date of its publication. Approved this 13th day of June, A. D. 1893. Signed. SANFORD B. DOLE, President of the Provisional Government of the Hawaiian Islands. Signed. J. A. Kino, Minister of l:i3 lr,trkr. 3118 14SSlxn Water Notice. In accordance with Jrieciion I of Chap ter XXVI ot the laws of 1S8'3, all persons holding water privilege or those paying water rates, are hereby notified that the water rates for the term ending Decem ber 31, IsOi, will be due and payable at the office of the Water Works on the first day of July, 1S93. All such rates remaining unpaid lor fifteen days after they are due will bo 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 Uhited States gold coin. ANDREW BROWN, Superintendent Honolulu Water Works. Hocolnla, II. I., June 16, 1893. 340S-lm Notice to CorporationB. In conformity with Section 1441 of the Civil Code, all corporations are hereby requested to make fu!l and accurate exhibition of their affairs to tLe Interior Department, on or before the 31st day of July, instant, . the same being for the year ending July 1st, 1893. Blanks for this purpose will be furnish ed upon application at the Interior Office. J. A. KING, Minister of the Interior. Interior Office, July 6, 1S93. 34241487-3t PRO CE ASIA TION. Executive Bitldlng, I HoxoLCLr, June 30, 1S93.J It i3 hereby ordered that until further notice, the right of the writ of Habeas Corpus is hereby suspended and Martial Law is hereby declared to exist in and throughout the Districts of Hanalei and Waimea, on the island of Kauai. (Signed), SAX FORD B. DOLE, President of the Provisional Government oi the Hawaiian Islands and Minij of Foreign Affairs. Approved : J. A. King, Minister of the Interior. W. O. Smith, A ttorney-G eneral . 3420 14SG-tf HAWAIUH GAZETTE CO, Via - and - General - Bookbinders ACCOUNT-BOOKS MANUFACTURED to any Pattern, including the Scpplv of Paper, Ruling, Printing, Pacing, Perforating, Binding, Gilding, letter ing, etc. MUSIC AND MAGAZINES BOUND to any Pattern. SAN FRANCISCO LETTER Per S. S. China, July 3, San Francisco, 1S93. f Front our tfati Francisco Cjrre; o). Jer.t. Sugar. New York. July 3, 1503. Cuban centrifugal, 90 test, 4.37J ; granulated, 5.37 net. The Financial Condition. A Washineton disoatch of June 30 says the president has called a special session of congress by the following proclamation : " Executive Mansion, Washing ton, D. C, June 30, 1S93. Whereas, the distrust and apprehension con cernincr the financial situation which pervade all business circles have al ready caused great loss and damage to our people, and threaten to cripple our merchants, stop the wheels of manufacture, brinir distress and pri vation to our farmers, and withhold from our workinjrrnen the wage of labor; and, whereas, the present per ilous condition is largely the result cf a financial policy which the executive branch of the government linds em bodied In unwise laws which must be I executed until repealed by congress; now. therefore, I, G rover Cleveland, President of the United States, in per formance of a constitutional duty, do, bv proclamation, declare that the ex traordinary occasion requires the con veningof both houses of congress of the United states at tne capuoi in tue city of Washington on the 7th day of August next, at is o ciock noon, io the end that the people may be re lieved through legislation from pres ent and impending danger and dis tress. All those entitled to act as members of the fifty-third congress are ream red to take notice of the pro clamation, ami attend at the time and nlaee above stated, uiven under mv I hand and the seal of the United States at the city of Washington on the 30th dav of June, in the year or our J,ord, 1893, and of the independence of the United States the 117th. Guovek Cleveland." The action of the British govern ment on June 26th in closing the mints of India and stopping the free coinage of silver with the object of establishing the gold standard, drop ped the bottom out of the silver markets of the world and sent the price far lower than ever before. The proclamation of Cleveland has had a quieting eflect and bankers and others are breathing easier, belie viug that the silver purchase law will be repealed. The Cholera in Europe. AVASHINTON, June 30. ihe reap pearance of cholera in Europe does not cause any alarm among the treas my officials. Reports are daily re ceived from United States consuls and other agents abroad, and they concur that the climatic conditions so far in Europe are not conductive to the spread of cholera there. Precautions, however, will not be relaxed. Cause of the Victoria Disaster. An investigation in the loss of the warship Victoria has led to the con clusion that the dreadful catastrophe was due to an inexcusable blunder of the vice admiral, in giving such an order and to the fact that Admiral Markham obeyed it and rammed the Victoria. The latter will be tried by court martial. Ihe loss will reach fully 400 men. Shot Down Like Dogs. I'olsom prison has furnished an other dreadful tragedy which is a dis grace to the state, and should result in Warden Aull serving a long term for his part in it. On June 27th several of the desperate convicts who had planned an escape made a break xn the quarry, headed by George Son- tag one of tho famous bandit gaiic. They captured the foreman of the gang and used him as a shield against the shots of " the guards and having several guns and revolvers made a fight. The guards opened fire on them from all directions and lastly, after the foreman had escaped from his captors, the gattling gun was turned loose on the poor wretches with the result that three were killed and four wounded. Sontag beins among the latter and suffering severelv. After the three men were killed and the gattling gun began operations the desperate convicts used the bodies of the dead as barri cades to protect themselves. A sub sequent examination showed that one of the victims had been pierced by twenty-four bullets. AVarden Aull says he knew an outbreak was in tended and he imported a lot of sharp shooters from the mountains, making them temrorary guards and ordered them to kill at once any one who at tempted to escape. The butchered men were A. Dalton of San Erancisco, Henry Wilson, Solano county, and Frank Williams a life timer. Two young convicts who were merely spectators were shot, one, Thomas Schell, fatally. The Midwinter Fair. The big midwinter exposition is now a certainty, and the preliminary work of organizing and arranging for the collection of funds is progressing ra pidly. Herr Comely, the German commissioner to the World's Fair, who suggested the San Francisco ex position, has been made director-general, and ho will have a board of di rectors toco-operate with him. Money to carry out tho plan is offered quite freely from all parts of the state, and there is now no doubt that San Fran cieo will have n. great exposition which will last six months. It will doubtless be located in Golden Gate park. American News. Governor Attgelt of Illinois has called down the wrath of tho people of this country by pardoning the three Chicago anarchists who in May, 1SSG, led the Haymarket riot, in which seven people were killed and sixtj'-six wounded. Miss Force of Atlanta, Georgia, the young woman who poisoned her two the ground of monomania. The present depression in business has caused the shutting down of two large cotton mills near Philndc Iphia, ami more are expected to close soon. According to the estimate mi the bais of the new Chicago directory, just out, Chicago is now the largest city in the country. The ed. tor f that publication makes a total population of 2,1 o), 000. On June 2d President Cleveland summarily removed from oilier Col lector of Customs Lotan of Portland, Oregon, for engaging in fraudulent practices in Puget Sound. Evans and Sontag, the wounded bandits, recently captured, have been taken to Fresno jail for safer keeping. The expense of the grand naval re view at New York was only $76,000, although $300,000 was appropriated. An express train from San Antonio, Texa?, was stopped on the afternoon of June 2d by robbers, but they were driven off by armed train men. An other train robber came to grief the following day near Oklahoma City. On July 1st the Mount Wilson rail road of Pasadena was opened to the public. Foreign News. A di-pateh from liurmah of June 21, sayo: For several days Moslems have been preparing to celebrate a re ligious festival toJay. This morning they were forbidden" by Mr. Fleming, British magistrate, to sacrifice a cow near the Hindoo temple. When the police appeared near the temphi with the announcement the Mohammedans beeran stoning them. The police charged without hrnig, but the Mo hammedans held their ground stub bornly and fought back with sticks and stones. At last Flemming ordered them to fire and twenty Mohammedans fell dead and many' more were severely wounded. Four companies or military then charged on the double-quick with fixed bavonets. The Mohammedans dispersed slowly and still fighting. The military is occupied in clearing the streets. Many jUohaninieaans and Hindoos have been killed and scores wounded. The regulars are regarded as unequal to the work of subduing them, and the volunteers nave oeeu called unon to do duty in me streets. Latest returns from tne uerraan elections indicate that the Emperor will have a slight majority in the Reichstag. Cornelius Herz, who lied from France to escape arrest in connection with the Panama canai scanuais, is uying in London, lie has not yet told his story and nrobablv will not. A dispatcn to tne ljonuon Times from Bangkok, the capital of Siam, savs the French gunboat Lutln is an chored in the river opposite the center of Bangkok and has made prepara tions to hre upon the city. Ihe dis patch adds, though most anxious to maintain frienusiiip wiiu tne rencu, Siam is quietly determined to resist aggression and is preparing ior any contingencv. The defenses of the country prove stronger than expected. Three ships have been sunk at the en trance of the Menam, a river on which Bangkok is situuted, about twenty miles from its mouth. This reduces the channel to the narrowest limit it is possible for use and the government is ready at a moment's nonce io com plete the block to prevent the ingress and egress or vessels. The election in Northeast Cork to fill the vacancy in the House of Com mons caused by the withdrawal from the House of Michael Davitt, tneanti Parnellite. was held June 2Sth. Wil liam Abraham, an anti-Parnellite, was elected without onposion. Chile is threatened with another revolution with Pierola as its leader. He desires to be president and consid ers war the only way to success. A report from Panama says that General Ferdico Gutierrez, the Costa Rican liberal leader, has arrived here from San Juan del Sur, having been refused permission to land at Punta Arenas. in an interview uenerai Gutierrez predicted an early and suc cessful revolution in Costa Rica against the Rodriguez Iglesias dicta torship. The Herald's correspondent at Rivera telegraphs that General Selgado surprised the garrison at Car- pintoria and captured the town after routing the Third miantry. general Saraiva is marching toward Sansorja. Sporting. In the fight before the Columbian athletic club, between Peter Maher the Irish champion, and Val. Flood, of Australia, the latter was whipped easily in four rounds. The great American uerby, at jni chago, was the most successful meet ever held there, with fifteen starters. Don Alonzo, the favorite, was beaten badly, and Boundless, of Kentucky, a thirty-to-one shot, regarded as a rank outsider, captured the fat purse, bieak- ing the record aud bringing it down to 2:36. Forty tbousand people were present and went wild over tne event Jake Uaudaur, tne ciiamnion oars man of Canada, has been challenged by Stansbury for a match for SoOOO. It is prob ible that the coming fight between Jim Corbett and Charles Mitchell will take place before the Columbian athletic club for a purse of 45,000. In the race from this city to banta Cruz, between the deep-water yachts Lurline, sailed by John D. Spreckels, and the Jesse, Oggle and Itauaoa, the Lurline won easily. Mie was favored by light winds. Shipping. While the steamer Al-Ki was lying at the pier, a fire UroKe out in the boiler room, and burned for a naif hour before it could be subdued. Loss about $1000. It is reported that the sealing schooner Helen Blum was wrecked on Chirikotl'island, Alaska. The crew has not been heard from. There were fourteen. Death of a Compositor. Cieorire Livrai Kali, a Hawaiian ' of about 23 years of ngo, who has job department of the Hawaiian Gazette Fubhshinc Co., died at his home near the Kaumakapili church last Saturdav. He had been suffer- ing ior several weeks with the grippe. He leaves a wife and four little girls, the eldest six years of age, a mother ana a large number of relatives to mourn his loss. The funeral took place on Saturday afternoon, his remains being buried at Kawaiahao cemetery. Nearly everT merchant believes in the show window. Then why not in advertising? Because it ap pears a more dirncuit matter to prepare an ad. than a show win- dow, which is true, but is another argument for the importance and value of advertising. A bright and attractive ad. pays. Ex. THE HANDY PISTOL D. NAWAI SHOOTS HIS TV IFF; AND A NATIVE HACK DRIVER. He Is Released On $500 Bail. Jralouy CaneJ the Trouble Stat-' ment of the Hii sbanil The stories of ilie Woman ami Inela. A shooting affair took place Saturdaj night, between 9 and on 10 o'clock, at Kepohoni, below the Ka umakapili church, where D. Nawai Namaiehua shot his wife, Ilaili, and her alleged paramour, Ioela. After arrest he was seen by a re porter of the Advertiser at the station house yesterday morning, where he made a statement briefly as follows : Last Saturday night, at about 9 o'clock, after partaking of a glass of gin with his friends in a house on Queen street, he left, saying that he was going to do something mys terious. He went straight to his house, at the corner of King and Alakea streets, in the rear of P. G. Camarinos' fruit store. He found his little adopted daughter alone in the house. He asked where his wife was and the little girl replied that she did not know. Nawai then headed for Mr. Geo. Shaw's place, on Smith's lane. He suspected that Mrs. G. E. Richard son had taken hi3 wife to- Shaw's house. On reaching the ho'use he went up the stairs and opened the door, lie saw two people lovingly embracing each other, and he im mediately recognized them to be his wife, Ilaili, and Icela, a native hack dn-er. Nawai at once fired his 32 calibre pistol, at his wife first, and then turning, fired two shots at Ioela. Nawai said there was no light in the room and that all the people belonging to the house were in an adjoining room. After firing the third shot, Ioela rose up and tried to wrest the pistol from him. Dur ing the struggle Nawai fell in a poi barrel and Ioela succeeded in se curing his pistol. " Ioela then began to hammer Ia wai's head with the pistol. Nawai, finding himself unable to defend himself, feigned to be dying and groaned. Ioela left the room and went down stairs. No one tried to interfere between them, as people were afraid of the pistol. Nawa followed Iolela without being seen He jumped over a rear fence and ran to Maunakea street, where he found a hack and was driven to the police station. There he surren dered himself. When Nawai arrived at the sta tion blood was flowing freely from three deep cuts made on his fore head by Ioela with the pistol. Dr. Dav dressed his wounds. N a wars pants were thickly smeared with poi. Nawai was married to Haili at Wailuku, Maui, seven years ago. He was charged with assault with a deadly weapon, and was released during the morning on $500 bail, furnished by Messrs. Jno. Kaimi and Keohokii. Ioela's friends were greatly sur prised to see hirn out driving his hack, No. 62, early yesterday - -- ii t morning. He showed ms wouna to the Advertiser reporter. The ball passed through a thick coat and lodged in the flesh near the right shoulder blnde. His story is as follows : At about 9 o'clock last Saturday night, they were eating at Geo. Shaw's place on Smith's lane. There were present besides him self, Mrs. G. E. Richardson, Mrs. Nawai, Namaielua and three others. Nawai entered the room and fired a shot at Haili, his wife. Nawai next fired two shot3 at him, .11 one missing, and one struck mm near the right shoulder blade. He 1 -i 1 x -v : t Jumped up ana caugni iaui y Hin?. all the neonle left the room He and Xawai fell upon the poi calabashes and dates of fish. He knocked Xawai down and took away the pistol, and than went down without hurting Nawai at all. Mrs. Nawai was shot through the mouth, the ball passing out the right cheek and penetrated the right shoulder. She was seen at the Queen's hospital yesterday afternoon, and her story is as fol lows : Her husband Nawai found her and several others eating at a house on Smith's lane. She saw her husband coming, and was about to call him to come and eat when he fired his first shot at her. She ran down stairs and then be came unconscious. She did not know when Dr. Day extracted the ball from her shoulder at the po- lice station on Saturday night. She was sent up to the Queen's hospital at about lOo'clock the same night. Passed a comfortable night. She is a half-caste Chinese woman and about 3S years of age. Nawai is a native, and 30 years of age. He is a painter by trade, but has been working of late as a longshoreman owing to hard times. The couple have been living har moniously together lately until Ioela rented an adjoining room several months ago. Nawai then noticed his wife'd manner toward him changing. It was her custom to get up in the morning and do the cooking. Since Ioela's arrival she refused to cook for her hus band. On several occasions Nawai found her cooking food for Ioela. He warned her to desist, but she was headstrong. Whenever she wanted to go out for two or three daj's she wi uld raise a family row as a pretext. Stories by eye-witnesses relating to his wife's conduct during his ab sence at work were continually brought to him, but be tried the best he could to settle the matter peaceably with his wife. On the other hand, Mrs. Nawai accuses her husband of being a drunkard, and when she remon strated against his cravings for liquor it would only make the matter worse. Her husband had threatened to kill her before, and on that account she had hidden his pistol. Nawai either bought a new one, or had borrowed one. Mre A. A. JVilliama Lynn, Mass. For the Good of Others Rev. Mr. Williams Heartily -dorses Hood's Sarsaparilla. We are pleased to present this from Rev. A. A. Williams, of the Sillsbee street Christian Church, Lynn, Mass. : -" I see no reason why a clergyman, more than a layman, who knows whereof, ho speaks, should hesitate to approve an Article of Merit and worth, from which he cr his family have been sicnallv benefited, and whnsa mmmpnria- tion may serve to extend those benefits to others by Increasing their confidence. My wifa has for many years been a sufferer from severe PJervous Headache for which she found little help. She has tried tnany thlng3 that promised well but per formed little. Last fall a friend gave her a tot tie of IIood'3 Sarsaparilla. It seems surpris ing what simply ono bottlo could and did do for her. The attacks of hcadacha decreased la number and were less violent In their inten sity, while her general health has been im proved. Her appetite ha3 also been better. From our experience with Hood's Sarsaparilla I have no hesitation in endorsing Itraerits. A. A. r ILLIAM3. HOOD'S PlLLO arotlie t?st family catbartie, Centle and t-ffeviiv. Titw, Fil2e25c IIOBRON, TiKWMAN & CO 1?G WlIOI.KSAT.K AOKNTR. Marshal's Sale, J)Y VIRTUE OF A WRIT OF KXE ) cution issued out of the First Circuit Court, on the 21st day of June, A. I). lSUl, against Look Tonr, defendant, in favor of Phillip Peck, plaintiff, for the sum of $993 58, I have levied upon and shall e:f for al at the Station House, in the lhsfn'rt, of JlonolrJu, Islar-d of Oahu, at 12 o'clock of Fill DAY, the 21st day of Jul-, A. D. 1893, to the ln-liest bidder, all the right, title and interest of the said Look Tong, defendant, in ;'.n;l to the following property, unless faid jugdement, interest, costs and my ex penses be previously piid. List of propert' for eal-j : 1 Piece of land situated at Kalihi near Honolulu, bounded and described as follows : Commencing at reck marked X at south corner of this land on west side of the river joining Kahoewai (Adams), and running north 539 dg 43 min, east 2 ch 34 4-12 ch along Kalioewai to north corner of abutment of new bridge, thence north 41 deg 30 min, west 3 ch 4 ft along Ahupuaa to slight angle, thence north 43 deg 30 min, west 5 ch alon Ahup;ia;i to water course and road north corner of this land, thence south 50 deg 30 min, west 1 ch 23 4-12 ft along road and water course to west corner cf this, thence south 42 deg 30 min, east 3.? ch along land called Kaihukanameo to corner, thence south 42 dg. west 42 5-12 ft to corner thence south 42 dc 45 min, cast 49i ft to corner, thence 3) deg 30 min. east S ch 31 ft along Kaihukanamee to commencement. Area 1 49 100. 2 All that piece cf land described in j R 1 No G04, apana 9 containing area 1 of 97-100 of an acre, recorded in I.iber 8S, page 334. (Signed) lr. G. HITCHCOCK, Marshal. Honolulu, Juno 22. 1S93. 3414 5t Marshal's Sale. Y VIRTUE OF A WRIT OF EXE cution issued out of the D strict Court, on tho 17th day of May, A. I). 1S93, against II. S. Sainton, defendant, in favor of W. 11. Cummings, plaintiff, for the sum of $32. 24, I have hivied upon and shall espo?e fur sale at the Station House, in the l.istnct of Honolulu, Isl and of Oahu, at 12 o'clock cf SATUR DAY, the 22d day cf .Inly, A. I). 1S93, to the highest bidder, all the right, title and interest of the tani If. h. Swu.ton de fendant, in and to thy follow is. g property, unless said judgement, interest, costsand my expenses ba previously paid. List cf property tor sale: 1 Hunting Gold Watch and Chain. E. G. 11ITCIIC CIC. Maishal. 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