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V1UU UniUlini nllU LUIHI UV
KKOM AND A.KTKK JUNK I. lHitf.
To Kwa Mill.
Lenvi 1'earl Olty
Arrive Kwn Mill.
Leave i:u Mill..
Leave l'carl City
A. Saturdays only.
(1. btindnv s excepted.
D. S.itiir.Inys exrcph'd,
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WEDNESDAY, APRIL 2.'), 1894.
Klin Ulma (rum Itanmkna
Titrr,vr. Aj.rll 21.
Aiu l)k Aldin ltc.se, Potter, for Kiihnlul
iiinesimy, April 23.
Ambk lle'pef, tiodcrgren, (or I'ort Town-
Sttnr Kilmtca Hon for l'epcekeo nnd Olo-
vvnlti nt 5 ii in
Sclir Miililinnlil fur Wnlnlnu
Voesulu LoavlnR To-morrow.
rJtmr I.elum fur 1'niiuliou, Kuknlaii and
Oukuhi at I i in
OnrKOos from Inland Porta.
Htinr llitin 2.1)1 tns niyr
Prom lliunnktia, per stmr Mini,
23 Uupt Alilljoru and 3 dock.
Kur Maul. iHr Ktmr Rl iiidlnn. Arii !
Mr MoK-iy, W U bimiiH, J I, bunmi. KS
Kidkl. (l An--, T MeTiulic, wife mid 2 dill-
ilreu, I' Hansen. T O sdu.von, F W Damon.
John Uritcnwiild, F WItlrouk, V
Tim linrk Alliurt will leave for Sim Pran
elsciun Hutur.liiy inornlii.
'J lie strainer l.ehuii drought 2.h.ll hags
sugar from I'.inuliaa tills tilp. hliu leaves
The sl"iuiier I'ltv.idlte toned the hark
Al It ii lli'i to Iv.ili'ilul Muul, yt sturdily,
there tueompUtu Ion lliu with ntitir. The
Ilee h id 2e7 Imh of Migir when he led.
Tho O.uindlaii-AiiKtralijn llnr Aruwn
ro-umed her vovaue to the Cutonles viu
l'ljl nliout inldiilclil eterdHV. cfli.- look
m frelKht from here llfty bundle of sugar
emu rued and two pl.nikt of l.oi wm1 .no
lluiioliilu p.ifM'ii,tir were l-iken
Sundry Pending Mattots Decision
in Banninr Caaa.
The demurrer In tho assumpsit
suit of S. A. Newhall vs. J. M. Hor
ner was argued and submitted be
fore Judge Cooper this morning. P.
fendaut and returned. The defend-
nut was nt Makawoli, Ka'iai. The
plaintiff bases the ground of her suit
ou cruelty, and asks for custody of
In tho guardianship of George
Douglas, Naleiiitiluu M. and Maud
Jones minors, the petition of Mrs.
Florence A. Jones to be appointed
guardian was granted by Judge
Whiting today. A. Perry for peti
tioner. A decision was filed in tho Su
premo Court in the Banning estate
case in favor of Mrs. Banning and
sou. The Court holds W. F. Allen
responsible for the Union Iron
Works aud Seattle Dank invest
uieuts. Foresters Colobrate.
Court Camoes, Ancient Order of
Foresters, celebrated its first anni
versary in great style at Pvthiau
hall, Lort street, last night. Portu
guese, American and other Hags
draped the ceiling and walls, and
palms wore disposed effectively
along the walls. Members aud their
families and a few friends filled the
The first part of tho evening was
occupied with an exhibition of lime
light views. Mr. Hedeuiauu ope
rated the lantern and Mrs. Dr. Mc
Lennan announced the titles of the
pictures, which included scenes and
subjects of Hawaii, Europe, Loudon,
Scotland and Palestine. The views
were remarkably clear and their
colors sharply defined.
After the exhibition Dr. McLen
nan, master of cereuiouies, called
for the lloor to bo cleared. Dancing
was kept up till after midnight to
music by a native striue- baud. A
sumptuous loiiutiou, including
many dainty dishes, was served bv
Steward Chapman of Sans Souei,
whoso reputation as a caterer for
balls has been high ever since his
firt ell'ort a few woeksago.
The committees in charge of tho
celebration were as follows: Man
agement -Dr. McLennan, A. V.
Peters, M. A. Poiehoto, A. C Pes-
tatia and J Moui..
A. Gonsalves, J S. Audrade, J. A
Gonsnlvos, M. A. Poichotn. Floor -.1.
Eckhardl. Decoration -J. M.
Court Canines "did itself proud"
ou this Hist natal day celebration.
It was organized a year ago by I hos.
Lindsay, District Deputy Supreme
Kauger, and is nourishing.
"Peck's Bad Boy" will urowd the
Onera House Saturday afternoon.
.miss uassmaii win lie the Doy and
Mr. Dailey thu German grocer
v.t nii. i r.-. .ii.ii. .ir. i." m 11..1..1.
..v.. ........ ..,,. , 4 . .... .....v.. Wi wil, crtVico-Pri'siileiil), .John
for defendant., ' E.iiiiiMuIIi, W. F. Al Henry
llie papers in the divorce suit of Watoi h.iiiM), .lohn Kna. Cecil Drcvn,
EnniaL. Hutchinson vs. Ldsou L. E. D.T.Miiioy, B-l. Snlir, John ott,
Hutchinson have been served on de- i n u :. m u ... .i.
t00AX AND OSMBBAI. NEWS.
An administrators nolico appears
in this issue.
Tho Enterprise Kauch lias a few
choice dog3 fir sale.
Tho P. O. band is playing at tho
QtiL'ou's Hospital this afternoon.
Mrs. GaiiR returned from Maui on
tho fitoainor W. G. Hall yesterday
L. J. Levey will sell assorted mer
chandise at his salesroom at 10
"Forgot-ino-not" will bo given by
tho Dailey Stuck Company at the
p Opera House this cvoning.
A private letter from North Kona,
Hawaii, says only twelve have regis
tered in the whole district.
Tho revolving prison will be a
scenic feature in "Shadows of a
Great Uity" on Saturday evening.
.loo Emerson stalked along Hotel
street this noon, carrying a Win
chester on hi- shotildf'r, for all the
world like a bold warrior.
J. P. Morgan will soil tho house
hold furniture of Mr-. Hiiruhcimcr
at auction, al tho residence. Christ
ley Place, on Monday morning nt 10
All qualified voters in tho second
precinct of tho fifth district will
meet on Friday and Monday at the
Hcforin School for tho purpose of
correcting errors in the registry list.
Manager Dailey gie notice that
he will not change tho evenings of
his performances again under any
consideration, adhering to the origi
nal days -Tuesday, Thursday and
Mr. Adler, first mate of the Meaui
er Pile, w'as married to Mis Altman
the other evening. The tnato stayed
over a trip in order to get spliced.
The Pole will be duo from Malta
well to morrow.
j .1. P. Morgan will hold a sale of
1 artieh's and effect not the family of
ttninohamehns at the Arlington
block, Hotel street, at 10 o'clock lo
' morrow. The list of article.- to In
sold is gieu elsewhere.
Teli men from each company of
tho National Guards will coutoM
for a frame I picture now on exhihi-
tiou ''i the Pacilic Hardware l o.'s
store on Saturday afternoon in it
rille shoot, ten shots each iiiau.
The block of wooden biiildiugK
now being occupied by Allen A
ltohiuou on (jm-i'ii street, will be
sold at public auction on May Nt,
at noon. Tli" buildings are to be
removed in four days aflcr puielia-e.
The Il-iwaii hachall club hud
practice on the L"agit grounds yes
terday afternoon. The ground i
now roll in line condition and when
called twice will be as good ns ever.
The season opens next .S.uurihy
ItoKulur Ooneral Sosniou of the Jixo
cutivo and Advisory Councils.
A special uiuetingof the Executive
and Advisor Councils ojieucd a 0
o'clock this morning. The business
was consideration of the Appropria
tion Hill ou second reading. I'n-i-dent
Dole was in tliecliur, wi'h him
bi-iug prcMMit: M'nirter Hatch.
King, Damon and Smith; Councillors
Dr. Itodgers, secretary, lead min
utes of previous meeting, which took
a good deal of time, as t liny included
all the items In the Appropriation
Bill tl.ou pasKe.
Minister Hatch presented resolu
tions parsed at a mass incctiiit; of
Portuguese resilient , to the cffuct
that in taking the oath of allegiuuce
to the Provisional Government tlny
did not abjure their nllegiauce to
the Government of Portugal. Ac
cented and placed ou filo.
Air. Eua pro-muted a report from
the bpecial committee on items for
customs guards, etc. It mail a dis
tribution of pay aud recommended
certain new regulations. ceived
for consideration with the bill.
Mr. Smith presented a repot t from
the committee ou pay of police, re
couiineudinu the paisago of the it'-tin-as
in the bill, with a change in the
wording of items for prion guards.
Iteceived for consideration with the
Minister Smith, as the co'ihliler.i
tiou of the Appropriation Bill ua-i
being taken up, miggested thai item
be taken as parsed when nud if no
motion is mude on them. Agreed
.Mr. Euimcluth, on the item,
Salary of President, $Jl,(kK), spoke
of the hard times prevailing. The
Government inilit to tuoiciso n.
much economy in salaries .is in onli
lie works, Ho would like to have
this lir-t item discu-nd, 'iiul, if the
President eho-e, he might rei oe while
the item was being considered.
Minister Sunt Ii asked if each Min
ister should letire as his salary came
Mr. Lmuieluth thought thU a dif
fereut matter. He would move that
' this item lie reilm-eii i o,(Ki'i, ur
Minister .Smith s'tid IhU salary
had alieadv been fixed bv law.
Mr. Biuun said the oil ;in;il re
commendation of the .ludici.trv
Committee was HIUhm. but il had
been rai-td bv the I'ouuciN.
Minister D.iinnii u.i- against mak
mi dm ks and diiike uf either the
1 Presidenl sal.irv or the ilniicof
1 lie Judiciary, '1 hey had been fixed
by law .in 1 the Ciuiieils should
stand by them.
Milliliter S 11 til ipioted the 111 n
utes of llieetilig when the lull fixing
the salary was passed, in show thai
Mr. Kuiiuclutii had supporteil the
increase tn $1J(KMI .1 y ar.
Mr. Emineliitli was imt ashamed
to have cha iged Ins mind n.uco.
He stood to dav for leih-nehuieui.
Mr Wild, r llemuiit Unit if I lit-
salary couiti ie o cuaugen 1 1 1 1 1 1 y
by changing the lUm, then the
I valary should puis a in the bill.
. kriA.tlll tllllt ASt iJ, JI1I Llla
Mr. Morgan bollovcd that ro-
ironplitiii.nl ulw.nl. I mmli. Jn,;. I
trenchment should apply to salaries ' ter as saying ho would accept what
of the high ollicials as woll a to ovor salary tho Councils ' tod him.
those of elerk. JJusiuess was de- Mr. Totinoy agreod with Mr. Wil-
Ijre'sed hero as well as in t he United
States, and Government oxpenos
ought to be reduced in keeping with
the general condition of thecountrv.
Passed at .?11,000.
Queen Dowager Kapiolaui, SIOfH).
Mr. Eua moved, with expressions
of icgret, a reduction to WU(X).
.uii.sierD.uiin was siroug.y op-
po.cd to tho proposiul reduction,
speaking of the good qualities of
the lady aud of tho respect due to
l hose who had been at the head of
Minister Hatch also opposed tho
Pa.sed as in the bill.
Mrs. Emma D.irnard, 5(500; Kama
kaui Simeoua, 100; Mrs. Kaulua.
5100; Mrs. Melo Kauhane, $180.
Minister Smith moved to Insert a
pension of !?720 for Mrs. Stolz. widow
of the deputy sheriff murdered by
Koolau, tho leper outlaw of Kauai.
1 "so1' . ,
Chief Justice. SPJOOO; First As-
sociate Justice. SIOO.H): Seemul A.
sociato JiMtice, Sl0,(M.)j Clerk Juili-
clary, .?.")!X); extra clerical existence,
$ 1 1200. Passed.
Shorthand Heporler. JIS00.
M r. Morgan, in t he line of retrench
ment, moved to reduce to $1200.
Minister Smith wanted to explain.
This salary was originally $.'1000 a
year, it was hard to get a thorough-
Iv competent man. Scarcely one in
fifty of shorthand students attained
enough proficiency to do the exact
reporting required in tho courts
Matters affecting the lives aud prop
erl.v of the people were involved.
Mr. Morgan thought an ellicient
man could now be had for less than
when the olliee was created.
Passed at $L'(K.
Hawaiian Interpreter Supreme
and Circuit Court', $.1 100.
Mr. D. U. Smith moved $5001).
Chinese Interpreter and Trans-
htor. ."'litOO; Portuguese Interpreter,
..I., aton i. r. ....... on, .1.1 t.!..
le., ?isai; Messenuer-. $1020. First
Circuit Judge, First Circuit, $8000; ,
accouil .Mltlgc, do., "1)00: l-irst
Clerk, First Circuit, $T.(MK1. Pased,
Second Clerk. First Circuit. AllXh)
Mr. Waterhou.e moved $.'UXK), as ,
the work was the same.
Minister Smith admitted that the
work vvas so new hat similar, but on
the principle of gradation and pro
motion the senior choiild have more
than the junior.
Mr. Teniiey believed in the print1 '
..I.. . .:...! ... ..i.. i.... ... .,'
joe i.i i en hi ii uiie, inn m nils case
cited as a rule, but in
the two posit ions being alike the
pav should be so loo,
.Mr. Kiiimclulh could not see why
greater experience in ollico should
not be recognized. The principle
re'erretl to was not followed in the
lull. There wore many discrepancies
m that score, iudctd theo little in
accuracies tlid not seem to count for
anything in this bill.
Mr. Brown moved $.12.10.
Pa ,! a- in tl... I.MI.
District M mist rate, Honolulu, first
.l:n . sCilkrO: Clerk mm lnieriireter.
II. i. ml. .In Disirict Court, SHOO; Dis-1
trict Magistrate. Ewa, liflh class,
$I2.KI; District Magistral, Koolau -
o.iko, sixth class, $1000: DUt let
M'f.'isirnte, Koi.lauloa.sevonlh class,
fs 11; District Maltrate. Waialua.
seventh clns, $S00; District M - igis -
tr.ile, W.iiauae, seventh class. $).
Scond Circuit -Judge, $iU0'i;
Clerk, $1000. Minister Smith moved
District Magistrate, Lahaina.
fourth class, $('ei); District Magis
trate. Wailuku, third eln-s, $22(H);
District MngNtnti, M.ikawao, third
class, $J2tM); District Magistrate,
Haua. fourth clas $1080; Disirict
Magistrate, Kipahulu, eighth class,
CiiOi; District Magistrate, Ilonuaula,
eigiitli class, f(Ui0; District Magis
trate, Molnkal, sixth class, $(KHI;
Distriet Magistrate. Lauai. eighth
class, $i'M); Circuit Judge, Third
and Fourth Circuit, $0iXM; Clerk,
Third and Point h Circuit, $2(;K;
D.-tnct Magistrate, North Kohala,
t hint class, $2200; District Magis
trate, South Kohala, sixth class,
$I0U0; District Magistrate, North
Kona, seventh cla-s, $8110; District
Magistrate, South Koua, seventh
class, $nki; District Mngistratt,
West K.iu, sixth class, $100,1; Dis
trict Magistiate, Fast Kau, seventh
ela-s, tfStR). P.i.cd.
Fourth Circuit District Magis
trate, Hilo, second class, $2880;
District M;igitrate, North Hilo,
seventh class, $MK); District Magis
trate, Hamakiii, third clas, $22d.l;
District Magistrate, Puna, seventh
class, S-tou. Passed.
sHUO; District Magistrate, Liliue,
fourth cl.i-s, $KiS0; District Mavis
trate, Waiuina, fifth class, $1(W0; Dis
tict Magistrate, Kuloa, fifth clas,
?I2(MI; District Magistiate, Kavvat-
hau, sixth class, 5IU.M; liintnct
M tgistraic, Haualei,
nia'.viiTstLM or kjumo.v Atr.vtus.
Minister Foreign Affairs, $.lli') J.
Mr. Morgan moved to make
Minister Smith opposed the re
duction without legaid to the pres
ent personnel of the Cabinet. Res
ponsible men for such positions
should receive pay adeipiate to their
-erviies It was ilue to llie countr1,
and li the ad.uii.istiatiou that the
Miuisteis should be properly paid
Mnnagcis if plantations received as
, 111. id. il not more. Men were not
placed in tin so positions fur
muscular stiei.gili lint for
abililv and brums, ami if they had
I lint llie-e l.(lll-lle.- t lie) should not
' I 0 llicle.
j I'Iomo being doubt on the vote, it
, w is calleil over again.
i Mr. Lmuicliitli ii.lte.l the Minister
oi I'luauce to vote the hii) Im had
! said lie would the other tiny
The 11. 'in pas-eil as in 1 Im bill.
.Minister 1 iiuoii vvouhl iufii.tn .Mr.
I'luiiieduih that he was piepareil to ' ami the people hail a full voice in
carry out In pmuii-e i.iu.ii. foi a jmlilic allans, hi felt that tho .Mm
nnd .uu to reilin i his own sal'tr,v islers sliouhl imt ihttiuselvus ou ru-
.Mr. Umiueluih ha. I umiersiootl cinl m favm ol ecnnoiuy.
.Minitlei D.niiou to s,i) lut vv celt he Tho chairman ruled, on .Mr. l-iu-vvoulil
he iiropareil to vote for a in-, incluth's ooiui of onlnr, that Minis
Uucliuu ul tho suluriu. of MiuUtum. ' lurcutilcl vote, as their salurios wore
Mr. Wilder remembered the Minis
,. e.-i.,. 1w ,wnlrl fif..,.i,t ,...i.
uer s version.
Secretary Foreign Affnit, i'.'ilOO.
Mr. Morgan moved SISki, holding
that tho position was not so import
ant as other chief clerkship?.
Minister Hatch cited the grading
t,,iialnw C....1. TAtYf W...1 .1... ,.-
Mr Ell! hpl(, thnt t1l;. 0ni,.alV
,liiti Wero not of Kreat rcsnousi-
bility. This was a proeMp(l re
form governir.ont. but if Ministers
camo thereto raise salaries lie was
Tho amendment, for $H)0 carried.
Clerks Foreign Affairs. $l()0; En
voy at Wn'liingtou, Sl.iiH); Secre
tary Legation, Washlugt. u, .8100;
Diplomatic and Consuli. Sot vice,
Mr. Ena would vote for the salarv
of lCnvoy, but would move to slriko
out the salary of Secreta-y follow-
If tl... l......... ....... i: r.. i.!.
IMWu0 tiloro si,ou,i 'ot. ,J0 110uj oI
a g0 retnr.
Minister Hatch thought it n bad
time to hamper tho Government in
ts representation at Washington,
Minister Damon arirued that the
time had not arrived for dispensing
with any of its mediums of commu
nication with the united States
Mr. Emmeluth said the salaries
wore not necessarily fort'io two pro
em inciimoeuis, d.ii lie Old u l see
any necessity for a secretary,
-Mr. Allen would agree wi
Emmeluth if extraordinary
tions did not exist, in a state of
settled relations between the two
countries they might do with less
Minister Smith had been told by
Mr. Armstrong that the Minister
from Hawaii was the poorest paid
foreign representative there. The
little country of Venezuela paid its
Minister $20,000 a j ear. While the
j situation at Washington caused
i them great anxiety, lie could not
I understand a proposition lo do away
! Mr. Teniiey asked if the Ministers
considered mat tho ollico of bocre-
tnW Legation was positively
Minister Hatch answered that il
was hiulily necessary. Minister
Thurston's presence here was not of
his own motion. The Goveruuiei.t
WM responsible for it. At tins juin
tiiro no vvouiti as soon support n
motion for restoration of the
monarchy as one to cripple the
Legation at Washington.
Both items pissed as in the bill.
Consul General, San Ftaucisco,
Mr. Euimeluth moved $0000. Lost.
Clerical Aid ami Kxpousx, $."J(KXl.
There was a sharp discussion on
this item. Messrs. Morgiu and
Emmeluth thought there should be
a pay roll produced. Mr. Brown
had seen a good ileal of the Con
sulate vvhile on his late visit to San
Francisco anil was against any re
duction Mr. Wateihouse agreed
with the idea of a pay roll.
.utuirior ijamou vvouid move
. tflOOO to cover pay of clerk and jani
'" '" the item of oxpeiises would
I come in another bill.
' .Mr. Ena moved $:JS(W.
j .Ms.iiimr, t'.IOO.
j Band. $30,000.
' lt' Ho would vote for a baud of
nuve iiawanans, imt not for one of
The ayes and noes were called on
the motion, when it was lost on the
Ayes Minister Kin,;, Councillor
Wntcrhousc, Eiumeliitli, Morgan,
Nott, Eua, Smith 7.
Noes Ministers Damon, Smith,
Hatch, Councillors Wilder, Teniiey,
Allen, Brown, Suhr -8.
Mr. Teniiey explained his vote. If
I hern was any system of local lux
ation for the support of tho baud he
would vote to strike the item out.
Mr. Morgan believed in doing
away with tho baud after the con-
' stitutionnl convention, providing wo
' had some system of muuicipalgovcru-
iiieut. t prosoui, lor reasons oi
economy, he would vote ave.
Preservation of Archives, $2100.
Mr. Ena wanted to know what had
been done In this line. The archives
were piled in a heap in tint Kapua
ivva building aud going to destruc
tion. Minister Smith explained what
had been done by Chaplain Hoes,
U. S. N., aud claimed that the work
Keeper of Powder Magazine,
At 11:15 tl' Councils look recess
until l-.'IO p. m.
The Councils met at 1:1.'!. Vice
President Wilder took tlm chair.
Items in lliu Finance Department
.Minister tlaleli move,! n xiwtien.
sixtli class, siou of the rules, to move for recon
sideration of item, Clerical Aid ami
hxiioiihcs, ban rraucisco Consulate.
This passing he moved the item be
$2.'iOO instead of $1000, as ho found
on iiupiiry that the smaller amount
vvouid be sufficient. Carriole.
Mr. Morgan moved to make the
salary of Minister of Finance $!HHk)
instead of .V.M'i'X), and would ask that
the ay and noes be called.
Mr. Kuiiuuliith thought that as a
matter of delicacy tin Ministers
should not vote.
Minister Smith did not agree with
this view. If there was a certainty
that these four ministers would con-
1 linuo 111 olliee two vears, thou it
might be a delicate thing for Minis
ters to vote upon But the princi
ple was the saum as that governing
the salaries of the Judiciary, which
wen fixed by constitutional provi
sions so thai they should not be a
subject of pari coutioveisy,
.Minister Damon cpiossd his
views. Unagreed with thoopiuions
uttered by .Mr. I.ua this morning.
i L'nl.l a renulilie was esialil.sh"il
not private concerns distinct from
There vvas a discussion a1 to whe
ther the salary of the Minister of
Foreign Affairs could now be recon
The chairman held that the third
reading was a reconsideration and
therefore any item passed upon at
this reading could not be again
brought up. I
Mr. Brown contended that it was j
competent for tho house to suspend ,
The cliairuia" amended his ruling '
according to 1 he pievio.is speaker's
The ayes aud noes were taken on '
tho iii'il.tii to pass the salary if.
Minister of Finance as in tliebill, '
and it was lost on tin f tl low, tig
Ayes W. O. Smith, Waterhoue.
Allen, Brown, Hatch ii.
Noes King, Damon. Knini"luMi.
Teniiey, Morgan, Suhr, Nott, Ena,
D. B. Smith-0.
Tho amendment to mako thesala
ry $0000 carried.
Under suspension of the rules the
salary of Minister of Foreign Affairs
was reconsidered and red need to
A motion to reconsider the salarx
of tho Clerk of the Judiciary made
by Mr. Allen found no seconder.
Mr. Emmeluth asked for itiforma
Hon as to tho duties of the Auditor
General, when the salary of that oil!
cial. $7200, vvas reached.
Ministers Damon and Smith re
plied, showing that tho Auditor
General could not engage in anv pri
vate business, ami that a faithful in
cumbent of the ollico was almost in
dispensable. Mr. Emmeluth wanted to km w if
he audited the books of the depart
ments and bureaus.
Minister Damon answered that his
function had been to prevent the
transposition of funds to purposes 1
lor which they were not appropri
ated. Minister Smith considered that
with an assistant the Auditor Gen
eral could audit (lie books.
.Minister Damon praise. 1 tin, .ser
vices and fidelity of Mr. Ifoss. the
no complaint against him
He htel 1
respects. Mr. Ashler had greatly
improved the tcysteiii'in the treasury
accounts, and with Mr. Laws as
Auditor-General he auticipited a
great iiiiproveme.it all round.
Uu motion of Minister S.nith, the
salary of Ifogislrar of Public Ac
counts, previously increased from
$.tl00 to $Citi00. was put back to the
A motion to reduce the salarv of '
clerk of Finance Ollico from .r'MKI
to $:ii0d was lost, Minister Damon j
having assured the Councils that
tin incumbent vvas woriliy of the
Mr. Fun's motion to reduce the
Deputy Collector-General of Cus- '
toms' salary from Js.'ilOO to .".iKiO wa '
A motion to raise the Storekeeper's
salary from SIOJO lo SMtHI was Led.
Mr. Morgan move. I 10 rtduet the
salary of the ll-ir'or Master fr m
r-iJOO.) vote I 011 second redding to
Mr. Waterhou-e, Minister Smith !
and Mr. Allen opposed die iiiliic- '
tiou, pleading the increasing amount
of work. 1
Passed at $i'000. 1
Mr. Kna moved to strike out the
item for appraiser. Lost. '
Minister Damon moved to amend '
tin item, by substituting the word
'pai" (or "salari," so as not to make
11 a permanent olliee, tho amount
being $:i',ik. Can led.
Minister Damon moved to make
salary of guards, Honolulu, $:U),2ll).
as recommended bv special 0 miiiit
tee, instead of $j'l,tKK) as in bill.
Mr Morgan asked the Minister
of Finance if tho shipping of Hilo
waseipid to that 1 f Kal.iilui.
Minister D 1111011 understood they
were about the same.
Mr Morgan said Hilo had lil .
M'ls only to Kaliuliiis .10 last year.
Mr. Allen said the vessel at Ka
liului were smaller, ami there vvas
little d. lleroi.ee in the aggregate
The salaries of both collectors
passed at $:WKKeaeh.
Mr. Allen moved to increase salary
of custom hou-e olliee liov to $l2tiil
from $'.llK), Tho official was more,
than a mere messenger, ho assisted
in clerical work. Carried, with the
addition of "clerk" to lip. title.
The At tot 110 General's salary wa
pruned of $00(1 like that of thoolncr
The salary of Deputy Attorney.
General, deforred last week, pawd
at $ti(ltxias in the bill. I
Mr. Mor an asked for tint reasons
for reducing the salary of first deik
to the Marshal from tin present
figure, $:1G(I0 to :HKi:. He under
stood that the position was one of
great respousibi ity.
Minister Smith admitted thai l!e
work was onerous, and ho would he
glad lo leave hi mlar.v as at pie
sent. He moved $.1.Kn," w hicli car
Mr. lb own moved to reduce the
salary of Jailor. O1I111 Pn.-ou, to
$0000 fiotn .MliiKI.
Minister Smith repeated his pre
vious arguments for an iucrono,
The aieiage haiucic of the pri
soners was worse today than IS
mouths ago, He uev. r liiiew of the
prison luting bet .or conducted than
atpriseut. The prop.i-cd salary of
jl.'iil a mouth vas ceita nl.v not too
much lor the position wicm well
filled. This mailer of ptis.iu man
agiinent was n-o-iviuga great deal
of .mention in own) 1 1 ui.ud conn
tr). Voi few pi pe w.-rn lii ,.r
Hid poiiiiou. h would be a mistake
to cut the salai.) uou 11.
1'dssttl leni ihi. lad In the cast
ing vole ol the i'lesi.i.'ut.
ra.v oi poiKi. w.iiiii, passi.i ai
,1IK),(MI0, ,ls in tho I, ill ami lei'oii.-
Ilicm.e.l lV special coliin. I lie,
.Mr. Itiowu, in answer l a lemarl,
ol .Mr. I'.UIllli lllih, expiailie. lli.ll
tlm loliil auioiiiil of p.i) of poliec
,:s;:::,i, was ..f..,. i .1,..
they were cutui.h'lhmrcl .11, i.ithei
Jl!z .'fsi'iH iti, ,l!e'.".1 llr .r" 4 u'
piusuu ul ilo,(KXl u 111 lliu lull
Support of English. Hawaiian and
Common Schools, $:;00.000, raised on
ecoi.tl ri"iliug to XMOtXJ. cau-ed
some dis.-u iou on requests for ill
Mr Emmchith considered tho
system of apportionment of teachers
salaries as lotteti to tin bottom.
There was no jut proportion be
tween the salaries of principals and
Minister Damon replied that when
the honorable Mr. Emmeluth hail
been through the Board of Educa
tion and other departments of the
Government as he had been unfor
tunate en. 'i to be, ho vvouid be
verj thankful if he could get any
move on at all in I he direction of
tnproveinent. A reform had been
-turlid in tin management of school
for which the country should be
The item pacd.
The salary of the Minister of In- !
terior was shaved down by $(KI to
Mr. Ena moved to strike out the
new item of $1020 for steiiogiaphie
clerk ui the Interior Department.
Mr. Tenney wondered how a com
petent stenographer could be got
for such an amount, after what the
Attorney General had told them
about the court repot tor in the
Minister Smith explained (ho dif
ference between tho two positions,
aud showed the value of having
a clerk with even a moderate profi
ciency in shorthand.
The item pascd.
Mr. Ena questioned the item of
512(10 for superintendent of Hilo '
Water Works, and Minister King '
gave satisfactory explanations.
Minister King moved to ini-rt ,
Pay of enrineer Makiki Waler
Work'. $."t'S, which had been acci
dentally omitted. Carried.
Mr. Drown, on tin salary of Supe
rintendent of Public Works, $iXHH). .
asked if that included tin mule, j
ft.. .1 I..l! f.l... I! I
jii l lie iuiiie-uoii 111 uie renillllg
,1 i.m-iisiihi aroe ou me insertion
of the iiideinuit v section for oilier- ;
Mr. Brown moved tostrikeout the
elaue, "exctpl as autle ri.etl v the
constitution, as this ImhIv was the .
.". 1: i
'i,- ,t. .,.- ,ii .-in,-, uint, --ii-lllll-
Minister Damon considered thev
were still a.ting umler the o'd eon
stitutiou s provisions, tlien. Councils
taking Hie place of the 1'riv.v Coun
cil. When the republic was formed
tho clau-o in question would applv
to tin new co.tstiiutioii.
Minister Smith ami the l'lcidcnl
agreed with the amendment, which
The (emaiuiiig sections wete being
considered when our rep.uter left at
ADMI'i'ISTHATOU'S HOTIOE. ,
II.XIMsi AdVINKr T1IK l.TK AN-.
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li, i.i, ('ilia, iiin-i im , ei ut d in ilie mi
.1. r i.-ne.l ,lnh intP en'.eit.ii wllhiit l
itiiiillis or t.iev v.1.1 Im' forev. 1 hiited,
A. M 1 lit U.S.
Adlll tl'-'Mterof till- r.l,ll. ill (Vllliitllo
X..ili-l ill .1 ed
I lie,. 1 ilu. A.ril .'I, IsM.
In fooled tin-
the very best
feed for their
The only plnei
for "siieh is the
! CALIFORNIA FEED CO.
iw- n:i i:piioni:.s r.i -m
HKLIVK1IY TO THE PARK EVERY DAY.
Tliis Evening !
Weiluesday, April 25th.
OMi OI-- A.MKUICA'S HUVP
W ''nr;d.iy Lv:lDi, April 25:1-:
1 1, l nh .'.' s, i, i Ii-min
' FORGET-ME-NOT '
S u day nCtrnojii Kjimco, April 28'b:
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S-tlir.iiy KVe'JI, Allfll 28 ll!
Hi.h.tic .r.lt. 'i ., ol n i,ut U ..
ii 01 ii
"shadow of a Groat ciiy."
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Kirs, A. a. William
FGr tho Good of Others
Jlrv. Mr. William Heartily r?t
clorscs tlonil'H SttrsnparUla.
Vc arc plca'rd lo present this from
Hcv. A. A. Williams, of the Slltsbee
street Cluistian Church, Lynn, Mass.:
1 co no rcaion ?hjr a elcrcyman, morottua
a 1.'ttt..iii, nho knows nlicreof ho ipMks,
should lieMtute t nprrovo an
Artlclo of Morlt
and worth, from which ho or Ms family riT
l.ccn 'U'lially Ik iicr.lcl, and hovo eomiucnJ
tioa ui.ir srvo to cxtcad iIiojo benefits to
ottfnliylnsrMslnirtlislr confldsncc. Mr!'
bus tar nutijr ) cart born a suncrcr from lerer
for rhl.-h slio Wiinil little hf In. 8h has tr!l
mir.y tlilnns that irgi.dfd well but iur
foinirrtlilUe Knit fall nlil i.d pavehrrsbot
tle of iiuod'9 s.ira,arllli. It ccmi turprl
In,; v.'.ut . .;' Hi Ixiti't rnt.lii nnd did do
lorlicr T r'liclisrf hdi:liad creased lo
nitn.ln'r slid were Ism tlolcnt In Uislr Inten
sity, wli'.ln tier pncral health liru been in
rrivd. iler f,:;'Utc lins nlo been betur.
l'ruta our is"rlif e v.ltii
t hroro no ln-slUUon In endorsing In mtrll."
A. A. Willi Aiis.
HOOO'3 PltLO ateths htti fitnllf ctWtl,
fn.iitiJ -.: tit. Trrkboz. rrictZM
HOHItON, NKWMAS .V CO.
Ae.'iits for Ilnnnllntt llnnds
rpi; jjjj t
jl t.inla ir. ei
near Mil- SsittiUft,
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tleiitleineti nt No. 4 Unrdelt
Ijine. Mi. if
111 Widkikl lielui:liiK tn II.
K. IVir Per li.iriie.ilurs
ipllv I.i I'lIAn. I'
, v t'l'itsiBiiKii ui:i-
; i ilcnei on r.eretiinlit
j sireet, for either family er
I sliiitle eeiitleiiieli. T nils
. inoih-riite. l'nr itrtk.iliirn
nijtly ut thl
TO I.KT OS
V Kliio.it street, one Idees, ,ViV,,V
I frein Imr.e ear, all inisleiii ImJiST
Uiiiirevoiiiei.ts, ul.ii nam, li.'iiM
rf'll'll. n mid Ki-rviltit s It. mm. 1. AlUilv to
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, I from Jiuit
from June I, ls'il,U 11
very lew rent lo nil up-iir.ti-..!
ti.iinnf 1111 lli.iih,.
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en iiiiiiii 11 u, 1. one unit iroin lliu I on
Olliee There lire ,1 I'nlille Itoeti.s nil. I
lli-d "inns with nil the 11-iiul enveiitenees
IU-.7 it It'-UT. C'XTTO.N.
i"rtv known its ih
I'.itv 1'ri'inlses." sltii-iel
on Nil.lllllll Av.'lllie. Is'V
11 ijohilng Ihe resiiten .( Mr. I. 1'. Ill--lioi
I'ne lleiise I iv 1 1 1 1? Tn blriHs, eon
lulus S x l.ire lledreoiiis, I'nrlors, Uilllanl
It. .nil. Klleiieit with Set llitine-, I'nn'ry,
etc , nnd llnlhro ni on m.-h lloor Tie fit
the holl is lKited rtltli '. elili lly 'I'Iih
(iro,itids are lane 1111 1 enntiUi. iii.mv v.irlr
lies of bliiidu nnd l-rull Trees. To 11 ilelr
idle nil. Hit the ro-rtv will he let nt n
reuseiiiihle retiiiO. Kmiiilreof
I'. W. MAi'l'Altl.ANK,
trrl Im I'liiolt I eld I o ' nllli-e
Desirable ; Residence
mm-: UNi)Kitsi(isi:it oKi-Kits roit
s.tle tli.it lK'-Ini ne l!el 'enee mi Ku-
i lilelmil strict, ii J IiiIiik tl." roldeniv Of
' i. .I.i'oetin, i:-. Ihe U't hits u (reunite
I of nliout t.-i fe on Kii.l,ibnl rtn'Ct mid
is frein 1 1: to IUi f et d i'.. I here is 11 new
mid eieeedlttulv Wei -l.inll Duelline House
on tin' inix'ri. rnntiilnliiK l-fe 1'nrlnr,
lllnliiK'-r.s 1 lie iro 'ins llslh. Kllehen
and l'utitry (' .vered lis I Wide VermidH-,
t'urrlJL'e lloiisn, H-nll-, i te., elo 'I lie
pruiinjs lire vn'li-erarsvd 11 tut d.inf,,l uh
hrilit nt.d blisilo Tr,
tW Ihe elevHtl.ni eni..iiiii Is nn nil
olinir.iuled view from lliuin. ml lien. I to the
Witliiiinl .Munutiiitis. Inti'iidmn pttr'-luHir
'.t htsiH-et tiremlsi s nt. u.miii mi. in to
tent iv J . I. M MUIAS.
HOLLISTSR & CO.,
SMI Wholesale and
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FINK CIU AltS
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l Ollien and biile-reoin. Corner of
lyn and .Mtrvhuiil aireelr.
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