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The- Bank of Hawaii
'Incorp'bralpfl Under llib Latv& of
ibt5, Republic of Hawaii.
officious And directors:
surplus & undivided profits $171. 564.94
Clias. M. Cooke President
P. C. Jones Vice-President
C. H. Cooke Cashier
P. C. Atliorton. . .AVsislant Cashier
Directors Henry Waterhousc,
Tom .May. F AV. Macfarlauo, E. D.
Tcnny. J. A. McCandlcss.
Solicits tiie Accounts of Firms,Cor
pora lions. Trusts'; Individuals, and
will promptly mid carefully attend to
all business, coiiiicoted with banking
entrusted, to, il'. Sell and, Purchase
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Mr. Achi under suspension df i'hlcs,
introduced a resolution that each
ide of the hdtiSc should hat'b' titit two
speeches on a single item. Resolution
H0U30 bill hllliibhr nUt. iilitn-niirlnt-
in O,000 for he cJcp'e'nscs of the
extra session riiid fo'r Unpaid bills of
the last session, passed thh'd read
ing. Emnieluth, Monsarrat and Kei
ki voting iio. Emnieluth called for a
statement of the items) having his
economy hatcnet ready,, but the in
troducer of the bill declined to res
pond. The Semite is working very slow.
At the present rate it is do'ubtful if
;tho bill cad be finished in thirty days,
however anxious thd members affect
to desire it. The Home Rulers have
their little hatchets out fdr every
thing that conies along. On the
Republican' tide there is also' a dis
position to cut but the Rciiublicans
are far more cautious m the slashing
In reply to'Seimtbr A'chi's resolu
tion, asking" if diner tlilin this appro
priation bill might bo considered at
this special session, the Attorney
General this ihofning submitted to
the Senate an opinion of his assist
ant, J. J. Dunns, iu winch it is held
that Section 54 limits the Legislature
to the one object. The opinion cov
ers, thirty-six pages of' type-written
matter's,' and is a most exhaustive
.arrangement cf autliorilibs and
-trdalm'erit' of' the" subject.' Mr. Dunne
coiiclucles willi the following, which
is tile final decision r
"I am distinctly of the opinion that
Section 51 restrains and limits legis
lative power, at an extra' session, to
'..the consideration of ap'propriaton
Police , salaries- got many cuts,
though that of the High Sheriff and
deputy remain the same. The
changes m the At torney-General's
department aret as follows,- the sums
being lor two years:
Attorney General.. !),0u0 to $8,000
'Deputy Atsorney . (
General 0,000 " 4,800
Assistant.. 4,800 " 3,000
iClerk. . ., . . .60' ", S,Q
;Clerk to High Sherill 3;(100 3.000
Sheriff of Hawaii.... SjOOq " 4,200
Sheriff of Maui'- . 4,500 " 4,200
Sheriff of Kauai.... 4-,006 " 3,000
Salary of the Clerk ' ,
totheSheriffofMaui 1,800 " 1,500
Salary of the Deputy
' Sheriff of Hawaii. 3;G00' " 3,000
Pay of-Police'H'aw- , , ,
aii 05,000" " 5o,000
D9puty Sheriff Maui 3; 000'" 2,400
Deput.y Sheriff- v ..
Makawao 2;4q0 '! 2160
Pay of Maui Police. 40,000" 35,000
Deputy Sheriff of
Kauai 3;000 2,400
Pay of Kauai Police' 28,000"' 20,000
Pay of Polict', Oahu-l0,000 " 1'40,00()
The1 following- are the amounts al
'Jowed for Mtiui in- the appropriation
; Salary of- clerfc,' SedbflU' Circuit,
Satat'lcs'of District ftfagistrates,
Lahama, third qla'ss, $2,200;. Wai-
luku, 2-,880 Makawao, third- class,
$2,200; Haua, . fbuvth ' Class, $1,680
(passed at. Sl,2DP;.KipahWii; eight,!;
class,- 600; H,pnqaula, s.tiy.en.tli .class,
$800; Molokai, sixth class, $1,000;
Lanai, eighth-class, $600.'
Emmeluth'g' resolution's expressing
want of confidence iii Governor Dole
passed the Ho&se', but was defeated
: Tho- first large' ciit in salaries of
'hea'ds' of dep'artmfcnts c'ame"iu tuafo'f
Ihe Sujioriutcndent of Public' Works'.
!Thc"salaHc3 of the AttorneyGCneral,
-Treas'urer. and Superintendent of
'Public,' .Works' are cut $500- a: year
;each, from $4,500, that of the Super
intendent of Public Instruction is re
.commended 'for' a'cut from $4,500 to
$8,000.' The finance committee even
watita to cut llid back salaifVi of the
crupcrinienuent, lor it recommends a
cut jof ' about $l';000 in. his unpaid
salary for the year just, ended. Tho
salary remained unpaid on aecount of
a technicality, the' organic a6t nam
ing the ofilciat differently from' tho
title given him in the last appropiat
ion bill providing for his salary, so
that warrants could not be drawn.
Fifteen jobs, some of them quite
high are reccomm'Cnded to be abolished-
altogether 'and thirty-six other
positions aro marked as doubtful to
bo continued. Tlid office of executive
officSr' of the" Board of Health is
jabolish'ed.aud flic president madc.ext.
ficntivfj officer. !
The following vessels worn oil the
board at San Francisco Mav 3i'd to
leave for Hawaii: Roderick Dhu,
May 4; St. Katherme, May 7) S. G.
Wilder, May Gj S. C. Allen. May 8.
Letters received from Superintend
ing Engineer William Johnson of the
Wilder Steamship Cd. state that his
health has been greatly benefited by
the trip to San Francisco.
The S. S. Hawaiian from San Fran
cisco ieachee Kahulul on Thursday,
bringing 1200 tons of heavy machin
ery for the Kahulul mill. Thero arc
170 piece.1' weighing from four 1o
eight tons each, arid a 15 ton boiler,
The inquiry iiitd the case of En
gineer Herlihy of the wrecked Riode
Janeiro is all in and, at the time the
.Nippon Maru left Saii Francisco, a
decision was expected that would be
'a'dvorso to Herlihy. No how testi
mony wfis introduced;
' Tlte Pacilic Mail steamer Peru,
ICaptaiii Pinsbiiry arriving Tuesday
night, twenty-four and one-half days
from Panama and five hours from
Mazatlan. The Peru which is the
best of the Pacific Mail's Panama
fleet, has been substituted for the
lost Rio do Janeiro on the China
route, and is to sail on May 11th on
her first voyrgo to Hong Kong.
Sa.v Fkanoisco, May 2. The
steamer Helene, Captain Nicholson,
nine and one-half days from Honolulu
has come to this port for repairs. A
short timo ago at one of the island
ports the steamer's rudder was bad-
iy damaged by striking a rock. Tli6
.rudder was temporarilv repaired and
jthis tumbled the Helene to make the
trip to San Francisco.
Vessels in Poi't--KahuluI
Am. Sp. Henry Failingj Matthews
from N. Y. Iron & Rails.
j Am. Ship Emily F. Whitney, Brig.
man from S. F. Gen'l Mdse.
Am. Bktne. J. L. Eviston, Ram-
selius, f lorn New Castle, coal.
' Island ' Schooner Alice Kimball
Macey,- from Honolulu. Gen'l Mdse.
L Island Schooner Golden Gate, Mac
ey, from Honolulu. Gen'l Mdse;
A &.H. S. S. Hawaiian, Banfield,
from S. F Machinery.
; May 14, Am Ship Emily F. Whit
ney, Brigma.u from S. F.
May lti, Is. Sch. Alice Kimball
'Macy, from Honolulu.
f May 16,- Is. Sch. Golden Gate
vuacy, iroin wonoium.
, May 16, S. S. Mokolii, Napala
sf roih' Honolulu.
. May 16, S. S. Cla'udine, Parker
' May 16. S; Sv Hc'aiidn'Banfield
.from S. F. 1200 tons machincryi
May 16 S. S, Mbkolii,' Napala, for
May 16, S. S. Claudine, Parker, for
May 18th.' Bktrie. J. L", Eviston
for S. F. with about' 20,000 sks
j May 20th. S.' S. Claudine, Parker
Honolulu Io!toflce Time Table
ITS'. !. '. I
DATIJ ; KAMir riioji
I May 2' Doric S;.F.
" 4 .. Mariposa .... San Ir'anciSco
4 Coptic : Yoboliamn
' 8 Moana Colonies
" 10' Nippon Maru S. .F.
'11 Aorangl Victoria, B. C.
" 14' Sierra'...'. ;..S.- F.
'' 14 Soiiorna 4 Colonies
" , 14 America Maru . yok.phaiiia
18 PeVu. ... San Francisco
".. 21 City.of Peking.. . Yokbhaina
" ?m Mariposa S. F;
".28 Oaelic Yokohama
'28' Coptic S. F.
May 2 Doric Yokohama
" 4 Coptic ;:... S. F.
" 8 Mpitna Victoria. B. C.
" 8 Mariposa San Francisco
. " 10 Nippon Maru Yokohama
" 11 Aorangi Colonies
" 14 Sierra Colonies
" 11 Sonoma S. F.
" 14. Am'cricaMaru ;.S:F.
" 18 Peru ;..Yol:ohamii
" 21 City of Peking .....'; ,,S. F.
"' 28 Gdelic S. F.
"' 28 Cfoptic. ..... , . .Yokohama:
" 2!) Mariposa S. F
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