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DAIiY PACIFIC C O MMEKOIAX ADVERT I SEK, JULY 15, 1S93.
BY AUTHORITY ACT 42. Art ConfcrHn;; Additional Juri- lit'lioa I'jx.u Certain District Hz it Exacted by the Executive and Advioorv Councils of the Provisional ! Govern meat of' the Hawaiian j Islands : J ?cncx 1 The criminal jurisdiction ; of the District Magistrates oi Lihae, ! Island of Kauai ; Honolulu, Islam! of Oaha; Wailuku and Lahaina, Island of Maui; IIIIo, Hamakua, Kahala and Kaa, island of Hawaii; over all 3en3e3 whereof the District Ciurt3 noT have jurisdiction, shall be and hereby id made co-extensive with the Judicial Circuits in which their respective districts are situated. fcEcnos 2 This Act shall take etfect from the date of its publication. Approved Uiis 14th day of July, A. D. 1S03. rSi-netM SANFORD B. DOLE, President of the Provisional Government of the Hawaiian Islands. ( wn-r.ed J. A. King, Minister of Interior. 34U 1433-lt 2ala cf Lcaa? cf t!i3 Government Land 17123 Between Pahce he asd Kaohe, South Elona, Hawaii. On THURSDAY, August 17, 1333, at 12 o'clock noon, at the front entrance of the Executive Building, will be sold at p i'dic aactkm, the lease cf the Govern ment mounrain land lyin? between Pa hoho and Ivaone, South Kona, Hawaii. Term Lease for 1 year with privilege of c ntinaance at same rental until such time as the Minister of the Interior may di3.: TV to terminate the same, by giving j fj days notice. ' L'p . t pi ic ? .Z pr anruin, payable ! s-:-n:i-aanu sily in advance. JAMES A. KING, Minister of the Interior, laterior OiEce, July 12th, 1S93. 3120 I433-3t 1 rl of Lerii-ir ot Government LaniU in. Kohula, lTuwitii. On WEDNESDAY, August 9, 1393, at 12 o'clock noon, at the front entrance of the Executive Bnildin?, will be sold at public auction, the lease cf those lands in North Kohala, Hawaii, known aa Kohala P.ii Land 4 from Pahinahina to Kaipuhaa inclusive, and extending from shore 1 1 the tcakai boundaries cf Gov ernment Grants made from these lands and containing an approximate area of 7073 ?.rr'i.J. 1 T-jmi L-ast; for I ) rears. ! L"p:jt price ?2o') perannnm, payable! 1 "0.1- aallv ia a J t:. -a.".- or lue awv tana : pom cf the Executive Building, will be sold r.pon tho f.lowiPg condition: ; at puv,iic anction, the lease of the Gov f 1) The !.-?: to make everj reana- ! ment lands of Awalua, Haena, ICapuna b'e f(f ,rt wdhin oneyesr from the date j pana aml Kapaaiki, Kohala, Hawaii, of ti;3 Iaa? !o davalope water for .sto k j containin- an area ef 221 acres, a little on th premises. more or es3 (2) The IfFee immediately a.Vr tl.e Term Leas'? for 10 years. p:irchae of tU. lea-.e to plant and make ; T;pset pric8 ,,pr annun1) pay;lh!e every e!; rt to cstaoush a kiawe forest a'or- the coat of ths lands leased. J. A. KING, Minister of the Interior. Interior OiHce, July 10, 1393. 3J23 1433-3t ACT 4i). An Act to Increase the Facilities to Irjo4lt--a t. 1 Providing fir Term " "'.nVjolt Isi th I7naiiitn I'nntal Saving "TIank. I'.z it Ex.icrgfj - by the Executive and Advisory Council. cf the Provisional Government of "ihe Hawaiian Islands: . Section 1. TI:e Pos' master-General, a3 Manager of ti e Postal Savings Bank, with. the consent and approval cf 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. Hzcnox 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 re.?- ulating the Bank. Such deposits shall j not in the aggregate exceed 150,0C0 at any one time. Scctio:j 3. The term for which any deposit shall be received under this Act shall not exceed twelve months. Section 4. The form of the said cer tificates shall be a3 follows, and shall contain the conditions hereinafter set forth : n.VWAII.VS roSTAL SAVIXOS BASS CERTI FICATES. Honolulu, Received from Coin, No ISO. . ..in . Dollars on Deposit, payable in Coin on pre sentation oi this Certificate, properly in dorsed. This deposit is made for months., and 1 bear interest from ISO.., at the rate of percent, per annum, and in accordance with the conditions printed hereon. Interest , ... Approved: Minister cf Finance. CONDITIONS. Pre?e.'it this Certificate ct the Postal Savings Bank at the expiration of the term stated herein. Interest will cesse B.t that date. Holders at a distance may indorse this Certith-aie an.l st-nd by mail to the Post al Savics Bank, when it iil be pi.l. This 'Jcr. ideate may be transferred by endorsement, and principal i'b. interest ! will be paid to the holder Lerevf. Suction 5. This Act ahall take eiTect from the date of its publication. Approved 01 A. D. Si-'fi-!. SAM'ORD B. DOLE, President of the Provisional .'overran of the Hawaiian Islands. t signed J. A. Kn.'G, Minister of tae Ir.--io.' :J4l.-j I4ati-Inj . of a Pieca of Government Land in Kano boanahopa, Kaolau poko, Oahn. On THURSDAY, Au-nstlT, at 12 o'clock noon, at th2 fro at entrance of the Executive Edilding, will be sold at public auction, the lea?e of a piece cf Government land situated at Kanohcan i hopu, Koolaupako, Oahn, containing a:: area of 1 4-10 acres. Term Lea3e for 1" jews. Up.Bet price $20 per annum, payaV.o semi-annually in advance. J. A. KING. Minister of the Interior Interior UtSce, July 12, 3430 1433-St Sale of Government Lot South Slope, Punchbowl Hill, Honolulu, O :tli ia. ' On THURSDAY, Angnst 17th, 1S93, at 12 o'clock noon, at the front entrance of the Executive Building, will be sold at public auction, one Government lot situate on the east corner of Alapai and Beretania streets, and immediately above the Portngtieas Mutual Benefit Society premises, containing an area of 31, 270 square feet, a little more or les3. Upset price $130. J. A. K-NG, Minister of the Interior. Interior OtSce, July 12, 1393. 3429 1433-3t H-'ule ot Lease of Governine.it Lands in Kawela anil Ivaelelcn, Han.:, Maui. On THURSDAY, August 17th, U93, .it 12 o'clock noon, at the front entrance of the Executive Building, will be sold at public auction, the lease of the Gov ernment Lands in Kawela and Haeleku, Hana, Maui, containing an area of 1250 acre3, a little more or less. Term Lease for 15 years. Upset price $100, payable emi-an-nually in advance. JAS. A. KING, Minister of the Interior. Interior Office, July 12, 1393. 3429 1 433-3 1 Sale of Lease of Government Lands in Kohala, Hawaii. f mt J & orelok noon m tl fwrm ftiv annually in advance. J. A. KING, Minister of the Interior. Anterior Department, July 10, 1393. 3427 1438-3t Water Notice. In accordance with Section 1 of Chap ter XXVI of the law3of 1886, all persons holding water privileges or those paying water rates, are hereby notified that the water rates for the term ending Decem- I her 31, 1393, will be due and payable at the effice of the Water Works on the first day of July, 1393. All auch rates remaining unpaid tor fi.'teen dajs after they are due will be J subject to an additional 10 per cent. uates are payaoie at tne or.ice ot tne Water Work.s, in the Kapuaiwa Building. All amounts over ten dollars payable in United States gold coin. ANDREW BROWN, Superintendent Honolulu Water Works. Honolnla, H. I., June 16, 1S93. 3408-1 m PR O CI, A Ji A TIOX. " Executive Bcilding, ) Hosolclc, June 30, 1393. f It is 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;, SANFORD B. DOLE, President of the Provisional Government of the Hawaiian Islands and Minis- of Foreign Affairs. Approved : J. A. Keg, Minister cf the Interior. W. O. Smith, Attorney-General. 3120 14SG-tf Lost. POSTAL SAVINGS BANK PASS Book No. 2979. Finder will be rewarded on returning same to this office. 3423-3t The Daily Advertiser is deliver ed by carriers for 50 cents a month. King up Telephones b3. Now ?g j th tirce to swbpcrihe. i QL'iiE-Yri R(y PiTAL Report of the Biennial Meeting Held lc st?rd.T- Afternoon. Tbr biennial meeting of the mem bers z,i the Qaeen'a hipital took plaea yesterday mcmin at the chamber of cocaercp, Mr. James I. Do-crsfcit presiding. The raetin2 was well attended, ami after it was called to order Mr. F. A. Sehaefer read Lid report as secretary, which was accepted. Tho following is a copy of the document: BIENNIAL REPORT OF THE SECRE TARY OF THE tiCEEN'5 HOSPITAL. Honolulu", July 1st, 1393. To the Members of the Queen's Hospi tal, Honolulu. Gentlemen: I have the honor to submit to you my report as secretary of your society for the biennial period closing today. The purveyor's biennial report and statistical tables, to which I be?r to call your attention, show an enlarged sphere of usefulness and of popularity with the native population, of the Queen's hospital, than it has enjoyed at any previous period, in so far as the number of native inmates of the hos pital greatly exceeds that of preced ing biennial periods. The" following figures will prove of interest: During the two years now under review lo3'3 persons have been received as indoor patients, as against 931 during the preceding period. Of these 500 were Hawaiians, against 3S the previous term; 27 Chinese, 173 Japanese and 3s of other nationali ties. The number of dispensary patients was at the same time 4;3. The death rate was ll.t4 per cent., the number of deaths being 134 in a total of 1131 indoor paitents. Of these deaths 22 occurred within 21 hours and 13 within 43 hours after admis sion of the sick into the hospital. The biennial expenditures of the hospital (the same being the purvey or's returns) amounted to 51,o3u.ti5 for the two years, a monthly average of S2147.49, while the receipts from paying patients amounted to $13,31, un average of .576-" per month. The receipts of the Queen's hospital from the seamen and passenger tax amounted to .?12Jt33 for the two years jut closed. I may here mention that Mr. Andre Alexandre Coruist, a Frenchman and for many years a resident of these island.-, very recently deceaced, donated by will S-tfK) for the establishment of a bed at the hospital, at the disposal of the French consul in this port. This sum will very shortly be placed in the hands of your treasurer for in vestment. Another case of practical charity by which the countrymen of the deceased donor will be directly benefitted. The biennial period above reviewed shows a commendable improvement in the hospital regime by the adop tion of distinct rules and regulations to govern the hospital medical service, under which a physician and surgeon were elected. Tai xww- iprmr pnvw to be a step in the right direction and the present incum bents give every satisfaction. But the employment of trained female nurses to look after the sick by day and night, is the most important change made in the internal arrange ment of the hospital service, and this addition to the stafT has proved a timely step in advance, and the good work accomplished by these nurses speaks for itself. With the coming of the nurses many improvements were introduced, too numerous to particu larize here, but all with the view of increasing the efliciency of the hospi tal as well as the comfort and well being of its inmates. All these changes and improve ments elFected in the course of these two years account in a measure for the increased expenditures, Mill they were needed and prove to be a success. At the same time the average receipts from pay patients have increased somewhat. I take great pleasure in announcing to you a most liberal and generous donation from Hon. Chas. R. Bishop, 1. e., .nym, for the construction of a two story wing to be built of brick, and now in course of erection at right angles with the old main hospital building. The lower story is to con tain two large wards, and the upper story eight good sized rooms with modern improvements, such as are adopted by the better class of hospitals of the present day. These upper rooms are intended for female pay patients, and they will rill a much-needed want.. The board of trustees have adopted a vote of thanks to Mr. Chas. R. Bishop for his generous donation, which has been conveyed to him by the secre tary. There is nothing of special interest to be added, but I trust my report upon the increased number of inmates in the hospital and also upon the. manifold improvements eirected, will impress you with the fact that the Queen's hospital efficiently fills its sphere of usefulness in this commu nity, and so far as circumstances will permit, keeps apace with other insti tutions of the kind in other advanced countries. Respectfully submitted. I . A. hCHAEFER, r-:eeretarv. Honolulu, July 1, 1393. Mr. J. H. Paty submitted bis re port a.s treasurer, which was also adopted. The expenses for the past 24 months amounted to $00,296.88, which exceeded the receipts by $11(34.70, which amount is still due him. The report closed with a foot ing of G33.oS3.10, which represents the expenditures for the past 34 years. It was announced that the minis ter of the interior, cn behalf of the government, had named the follow ing gentlemen to act as trustees for the next four vears : A. S. Cleghorn, W. G. Irwin, U. Bolre, C. M. Cooke and H. W. Schmidt. The society elected as trustees for the same term Rev. Alex. Mackintosh, C. P. Iankea, T. May, C. L. Carter and E. F. Bishop. A committee of rive was appointed j to increase the life membership of j tne corporation. he lollowmg gen tlemen compose it: H. A. Widemann, Kev. A. Mackintosh, H. W. Schmidt, and C. M. Cooke. After (he meeting of the members of the corporation adjourned, the trustees transacted some important business. The following report was read and accepted: To the Trustees of the Queen's pital: Gentlemen: We have the honor to submit the following report fr the j quarter ending May 31, 193: I he number or patients at present in the hospital is 32: viz.: 4.5 Ha wuiians (33 males 10 females:, 2 Chi nese, ) Japanese and 23 of other na tionalities; 3o paying. The number of admissions during the ouarter was 74; viz.: Hawaiian (ol males females,, o mnese, o Japanese and 6' of other nationali ties. Discharged 15: viz.: S3 Hawaiians (-53 males 25 females1, 1 Chinese, 17 Japane-e ami 54 cf other nationali ties. Deaths 19; viz.: Hawaiians 2 males 4 females; 2 Chinese, 4 Jap anese and 7 of other nationalities; of these 2 died within 21 hours and 3 within 4"; hours of admission. The causes of death were: Bright's disease 1, burns 2, cirebrals tubercu losis 1, fever I, gunshot wound 1, heart failure 1, heart disease 2, old age 1, phlegmonous intiammat;on of throat 1, phthisis pulmonalis 1, pleu risy 1, pneumonia 4. pulmonary ab sce'ss 1, tertiary syphilis 1. Tlie highest number of indoor pa tients was 92; lowest 74; daily aver age 31. .Number of prescriptions 37. Twenty minor. i major and 2 post mortem operations were performed during the quarter. The number of patients treated in the hospital was as follows: March 139, April 133, May 151. Respect fully submitted, Geo. P. Andrews, C. B. Wood. Honolulu, May 31, ls93. The executive committee reported progress regarding the construction of the new Bishop wing to the hos pital which is heing built by Har rison Bros. It was announced that Miss Har ris had been engaged as night nurse. S C. L. Carter moved that a wooden j carpet be laid in the two wards j which will form the lower Hoor of i the new wing. This was carried. j A committee composed cf C. L. j Carter, C. P. Iaukea and J. B. Ath- j erton was appointed to examine -he j hospital and to suggest any improve- j ments at the next regular meeting of J the corporation. j T!i v-gular visiting committee for the . vxt quarter will consist of C. i Boit... K. t Bishop and M. P. Rob inson. The trustees elected the following ; officers: Secretary, F. A. Schaefer; ; treasurer, J. H. Paty; auditor, M. P. R-.-binson: executive committee, A. S. Ciegborn, J. H. Paty, J. T. Water honse, Jr., M. P. Robinson and F. : A. Schaefer. .IT Fir Ball Given at the Sea side. A ;ih st successful and enjoyable a hair took place at the uSans S.T.ci" hotel, Yaikiki, last night, when Herr Max Kaufmann of Ber lin gave a dance to a circle of vitii rrora amorist tile very oest of Honolulu society. Genial George Lycurgus, the popular caterer, fair ly excelled himself in the manner in Which the Whole affair was COn- ducted. Dancing commenced about 0 P.M. and was kept Up Until the early morning, the music being furnished by Professor Berger. Cold iupper wna partaken of sh.ortlv after midnight, with liberal sup plies of champagne and etceteras, and was simply a masterpiece of culinary art, Mr. P. Lucas having charge of this department. Appended is a list of the guests invited : Dr. Atcherly, Mr. and Mrs. C. ; Bolte, Senor Antonio Canavarro, ; charge d'affaires, Portugal, Dr. Cor- dero, U. S. S. Adams, Miss Corn- ! well, Miss Aolani Cummins, Mis3 j Maria Cummins, Mr. Ldward Dow- sett, Lieut. W. P. Elliott, U. S. j S. Adams, Lieut. Feilke (German j army), Heeia plantation, Miss ! Finkler, Captain and Mrs. Fergu- ; son, Mr. Hermann Focke, Dr. Foote, iieut. j. r. r ox, u. aaans. Miss Herbert, Prof. Oscar Heroldi Lieut. C. E. Fox, 17. S. S. Adams .ir. r.oy, vniei engineer -uagei, ; U. S. Adams, David Kawanana- koa, C. K. Kalanianaole, Mr. Mor ell, TJ. S. S. Adams, Mr. and Mrs. Moses, Paymaster McDonald, V. S. S. Adams, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Neumann, Mis3 Neumann, Mi3 Helen Parker, Miss fva Parker, Lieut. Rush, T S. Boston, Mr. Schomburgh, issea kerrett. Miss Spreckels, Mr. Louis von Temp sky, Miss Vida. Miss Belle Vida, Miss Kate C. v ida, Monsieur v iz- zavonna, French Commissioner, ; Ensign ogelgesang, U. .S. .S. Adams, Misses Ward, Miss 'ide mann, Mr. Carl Widemann, Mr. and Mrs. G. P. Wilder, Lieut, and Mrs. D. Wilson. District Court. In the district court yesterday morning a native coy, aged lu years, was sent to the reform school for a term of six months for steal ing a piece of cloth from a Chinese. A little brown man named Mori was ordered to dig up 10 for as saulting a countryman. Che Pang and Young Yet were lined -f GO and -130, respectively, for smoking opium. The late Admiral Tyron, who went down with the Victoria, was a direct descendant of Governor Tryon, the Colonial governor of New York during the Revolutionary war, who assisted at the burning of Xorwalk, Conn., and watched the conflagration from a neishberinsr hill. All kinds of artistic printing at the Gazette Office. A riZOUIXEXT XEVADAX Hos- hr TTiJi Retnrn by the Arrs tralia Next Wee I:. H. M. Yeringtcn. of Carcn city. Nevada, who is hero cn a visit with his wife and child, returned from the volcano by the steamer W. G. Hall vesterdav afternoon. Mr. - . .1 .3 ,4 ! iCJluilUU i3 uuc l ulu"' Xli" most 1 n Li n tin and popular men in that State. For nearlv tiiir: r rears he has represented the large interests of the California Dank of San Fran- , cisco in Nevada, being mainly in- ; terested in iniiies and mining. He ! is superintendent and general man ager of the Virginia and Truckee railroad and cf the Carson and Colorado railroad. The firm of Yerington A: k.i.-s at Carson city is perhaps the largest wood and lum ber linn in the State, and supplied the Comestock mines, with ail its lumber and wood for years. Mr. Yerington is a highly edu cated gentleman, and universally popular with both political parties of his State, from the fact that he is the only man in the State who never asked for or held a political office. Mrs. Yerington has for many years been a leader in social circles in Nevada. It is under stood that Mr. Yerington and family have greatly enjoyed their visit to Hawaii. They will leave by the Australia on Wednesday next. A Boston Dressmaker Quickly Curcd Stomach cf Sour All Who Suffer Clmllarly, Re member, HOOD'S CURES Mrs. F. TF. Barker. Boston, Has3. This lady is a well-known and popular dressmaker. She says : "Tners Is no mistake about Hood's Sarsapa rilia. I want to tell how quickly it cured ni3 of sour stomach, whieli had troubled ma for over a ye.ir. I could not even taka a swallow of water but what I suffered from distress and acidity. When I.Lca to taka nooi'j. SarasarpLi I coal J sec j;oo.l eaeets xrom las Srt uirt-e doses. I continued until I had taken thrco bottles and Sarsa parilla ures : have been eatiIy crrd. I pve t! stat i ment 'or tlio benefit of allien x7ho are suffering i sinaiariv." Jtas. f. v.. Cahsis, 41 Cnester I Park, Boston, Mass HCCD'3 PlLLS are thtt beat af ter-Uiiner PUii aui; (iiiOitlon, cars beadcha. . Try box. 25. TfOBRO7, NEWMAN" o CO., I VrfroLEfAI. AfJKNIS. C213. ZlZvZZ & CG3 - ' 4 1 lit i dor.i 13. SHIP HELEN GuiL Vy tit --, A!as;tf .cut OCTOliMi It. I irfhr particulars a;:piv '.i GRAND ri i , r r i i ! Complimeiltar J -Beiieilt '.vili. be T:inaED to Nit K BARE0WICH, (The yo?m CaUlornia MiiMIe-wei;.;!) prior to hin departure lor horny, will take place at the BERET ANIA-ST. A RM0R V Alomlay Eve, July 1 T. i ho iGLowinir i..:ca ta;en voluiitec-rel. i ve vs. -M.;k Barrowich. :', rcur.-I.s. Ilarrv Werten ve. Clia.?. Lambert. 4 rouivi?, arl several of iirr?. Antone Keunii feat.s oi j-i ren5th. Clab Swihu'ini; Vv John Tunr-v, C.S.S. Boston. WRESTLIN(r MATCH iOl: TliE CriAMPIONHrp ANDS. THE I-L- '.. Nakuiiia, James s-or-r. er vs. Champion MUSIC. Instrumental and voca Admis-H;on ."Co., Come one ! Come all ! ! M-kJ-td For Sale. i House and Lot on Liliiia surest. Lot on Ktiakint Street, between Nan inn Avenge an i Lilir.a Street. 3-Ho' Read. an.. Lot rf,-, v . i- 1 Hon.e and Lot or. Emma Street. 2 Hor.pe and Lot on Liliha Street. &jF"qt farther rarticularn, aplv to J. M. MONSAPvP.AT,' Cartwriht's Block, Merchant Street. 3429-tf Hood s 2Cnn cntocrtiscmcnte. OKDWAY & POET EE, EcbiaEcn Eicck, Ectsl Street, beteej Fort and Nauinu. Furiiitnre, Upliolstery C-A.BIjlSTE'T ELKGAXT DtlSlGXS IN WICKER iYRE? ANTIQTE OAK, BEDROOM SCITS. HEFFONIERS, SIDE-BOARDS, ETC.. 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