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THE 1SVKN1N0 HULLKTIN. HONOLULU, U, 1 SATURDAY, MAIIOU 17,
ATKINSON & JUDD,
A.l..?.Atklnwm nml Albert P.Jiiddrlr.)
Com s i'"'"1 Ht Luw.
OtJIen vir 111 -! I'ii.'m Riiik, eor.
rtKHliimiHiiii iiii'l Mrri'Iimil Irt'ctx.
xTaTolM N is stew art,
Coiiiiullur ut Luw.
Fort Htreet, Honolulu, II. I.
12 'loltitilionu 1122
R. D. SLLLLMAN
308 Judd Building. Telephone 213,
A-ttornoy at Law and
J. M. KANEAKUA,
Attorney ami Counsellor at
Ofllce: In the Occidental Hotel,
comer of King and Alakea Streets,
AOHI & JOHNSON,
Attornoys and Counselors
urfloe No. 10 West King street.
h M. ItllOOKS.
Attorney at Law
Shekels Building, Fort Street,
B. A. MOTT-SMITH,
rJAS MOVED to the Judd
Block, Fort St.
Sureeons, Physicians .rod Dentists.
A, C. WALL, D. D. S.,
O. E. WALL, D. D. S.,
Love Rulldlng, Fort street.
HOURS: 8-4.l ELEPHONE 4Jj
DR R. I. MOORE
UF-HCE: 2io Hotel street.
OFFICE HOURS: 9 to 12 and I to 4.
Dr, W, J, Galbraiih.
Practice limited to Surgery and
OFFICF AND RESIDENCE: HAWAIIAN
nR WALTER HOFFMANN.
BERETANIA STREET, (opposlto tho
Offlco hours, 8 to 10 a. ra.; 1 to 3 p.
m..: 7 to 8 p. ra. Sundays; 8 to 11 n. in.
Telephone 510. P. O. Box 601.
m A. GORDON H0DGINS.
OFTICE AND nESIDENCE, OEDQE
COTTAOE. corner Hotel and Richards
treeu. Onlco hours: 9 to 11; 2 to 4;
T to 5. Telephone 953. 1245
"M. A. N. SINCLAIR-
'. Smool seet, between Emma and Fort.
Hours: 9-10 a. m., 2-4 p.
Sundays 9-10 a. m,
7-8 p. m.5
OR. I. MORI,
US Bcretanta Street, between Emma
and Fort streets.
Telephone 277. P. O. Box S43.
Office Hours 9 to 12 a. ra. and 7 to
1 p. m.; BundayB, 9 to 12 a. m. 1229
Supported by Voliielarv ConM-tIi)n8
FHEh TliEA'JMENT to the cor of
For Infoination as to cardt id-
ml"1"" "d to the sorvlco. etc.. otc. .
Thlrd Flo"' '' '"wS Block '
flnbscrlptlonh u . uo left with J. F.
Hick fold, Li. t . lies or Dr. 81ogge.tr.
And other Rings, Watches, Brace
lets, pins, and an extensive variety
II. Gr, BIAJRT,
404V fort Street.
Real Mate and Insurance.
V v w m-v fwmmmwmtwwimr, I."
L I h'R ami
i 1 K 1
treasury c x
New England Mutual Life In
surance Cc. OF Bot TON
tna Fire insurance Company
HENRY ST. nOAH.
Members Stock and Bond Exchange.
EDWARD POLLITZ & Go
AND DEALERS IN
Parflola. .Hull. bIhm .. ........ .... ..I. ..
Hawaiian Sucit Stcxk.
loim MtgotiAtaa. Ettttni tna i-ortlta Stock,
403 California St.,
San Francisco, Cal.
W. C. ACHI & CO.,
Brokers & Dealers
CV Wo will 133 ot .a.jienl EaUtoli
tllptitB of the Kronp.
W We will Sell Properties ou Keuiioi
able Commission 1
OFFICE, 10 West Kinb Strf.fi
Real Estate Broker.
223 MERCHANT ST.
Twelve Chinese Granite Hltehlm
Post, $" ench.
Property In town.
HOUSES TO LiCT.
T. R. MOSSMAN
Real Estate Agen.
Searcher of Titles . . .
7 T. THRUM
ROOM NO. 10, NPKKUKET.S BLOCK
Plantation Work 11 Miw.clalty.
OH AS. J. PALK.
MciiiImt Honolulu .Stock ICxclMiige.
Koomaol, Judd liulldlng.
J AS. F. AlOKGA.
0CT1ONEEK AND STOCK BKOKKi
No. 45 yunen direct.
ttxpuri Apjiruit-enionl of Ue..
fi"ttt Hurl Purnit'ir.
JOHN H. SOPER
Stt aid Ciiil BraRr
11G Moroliiint Street
Stock and Bond Broker
Meml-tr ol Hwllin Slock ExchinB
felllHrllv llliwk. Fort Street.
Vlnanol"! Agtiit nd Collector.
f!M!l Klmr .IKqi
a T rt a xitimttit-t
fx " ,-'',r, r uejUU,
and Bond Broker.
Mbr ol Ibi Honolulu Stock ElclliOf ..
0flloe Queen ntreet, opjoalte Union
Tolaohnpft o P O Rn iti
JAM. F. MUHUAN,
UabM or Honolulu Stock Eichanr
Toupnom n. o Boi iu
113 HOTKL HTRMT,
TTAPA. PAT. . Ki.sHM t.oto ma.
TTWE HATS, HOLA SKIRTS NIIHATJ
MaT3, FANS, SHEIX-h HKKDS.-Eto'
HOMEMADE POI, ooaUnWf onhuua
TeUphoue lb' muk
COUNCIL OP STATE TASK.
(Continued (rum p.io 1.)
I mn remf united by a position lh.it
c hi iiiwi be npeiUcil In IIiIh country.
We Hlinll In nil probability lime our
pi Mini nml I'lmtimiR leventifs. At tho
nine ttini lline Is no certainty tluil
we are to liat tltPtn. anil we must mo.
rryllie on those Horvlcea.
constitution prevents tlio Hxccii-
putting their linnils In tlio
xi-oiitlnir umler Its Htntcil
limitations. I liavo therefore based
my cHtlmntcH on the utmost certain
fact that wo nro to lose tho main
sources of our revenue. 1 have Insortcil
Inoiirappioprlatlon bill tho required
estimates! for tlio proper eomliictlnt,' of
these olllccs and on the onnoslto Hide
have given mynclf credit for tho
amounts appropriated. The salaries
and pay rolls bill Is almost Identical..
Ti.o.n i,in. i... i i i...
...uU .....o .... ,v wui inciiaivu UJ
tbn (Innnrtlnnlitn nml nrnonnlMl ., .1,n
executive Council, where they have
been carefully revised as to what could
be eliminated and what should be pre
sented for your consideration. We
hnve been moro than ever careful to
keen nnr nmirntirlntfnnn nml r,nttnata
within every reasonable bound, recog
nizing at the same time that It Is your
undoubted right to eliminate, to amend
or to reject every ono of these Itexs.
Tho current expense appropriations
for 189S-99 amounted to 14,500,000,
while tho proposed expenditures riro
$4,403,000. Notwithstanding our in
creased needs, therefore, wo have kept
our appropriations within $97,000 ot
those for tho last period.
Mr. Damon, quoting tho current ac
count estimates, digressed to b.iy that
the ennstllntlnn.nl R.inrtlnn nf urn.
cecdlng by the Council of State was not
uesigneu wiin regaru to nny Etich cir
cumstances as those now rnnfrnntlni
them. It has proved a nrovldcntlal
measure. Sicrveer, tor rr.ecllnf, un
.nil igorrv as thp r icsent. In th. nplii-
!' 1 f the A'tnf.iev nenernl ilin.n U ..
1'igc number 01 items that do not
ome under tho emergency condition of
i-- ronstiiurirn rne Mllilswr of r
Utnen hero exurercr t". Hie irnlltiwln nf
tlio executive, which he felt should bo
snared by tlio cjuntiy, lo Mr. Voting
lor accepting omen as M.nlslcr of tho
Interior, brlnclnsr thcrtn b! lnnr rv
perlcncc as an engineer mid a man of
business. On tho present occasion the
Minister of the Interior had given tho
most painstaking attention to the es
timates for his docftment nnd. al
though It was Impossible fc him, un
der public health conditions, to visit
tho outer districts, he had siven tho
fairest and most appropriate consider
ation to tho needs of thu other Islands.
Cxtpimptltnnry Exp nscs.
Quoting tho larg.5 Items for tewtr
age completion, sanitary Improvements
nnd suppression of plague. Mr. Damon
Bald these had to ho Inserted In tho
hill, because on tho other Bide the
money had been brought In as taxes
nnd muBt be entered as special de
posits. With these amounts tho gros
total of the appropriations was more
Hero tho Minister read tho following
summary of estimated receipts and ex
penditures: Current Account
Appropriations pf 1S9S
"Not Specific" carried
forward by Constitution
al provisions, sec. 4.
nrt. 70 $1,370,125 00
specini appropriation bill
presented to tho Coun
of State 995,353 41
Salirles and Pnvrolln
Appropriations "Not Spo
clflc" earili'd forward by
sions $1,729,470 00
apeciai appropriation bill
presented to tho Coun
cil of Stato 373.7C7 8
Public Works "Loan
Special appropriation blll.$ 831,500 00
fewcrago riant -Act-Passed
bv the Council of
State. Feb. 19, 1900, nnd
approved by telegram
Pres. McKlnlcy, Mar. .0,
li'00 315,253 21
Passed by the Council of
Stato, Jan. 5, 1!I00 20,000 00
Appropriations by tho
Council of Stato
Dec. 12, 1099 $ 25,000 00
Jan. 5, 1900 250.000 00
Feb. 19, 1900 100,000 00
Expenditures to dnto
$ 97,334 04
Construction buildings to
bo used for shelter of
persons released from
quarantine $ 15,000 00
of persons released from
quarantine 5,000 00
Completion of detention
camp No. 2, Vineyard
St. etc 10.000 00
Expenditures to dato
$ 23,891 96
Resolution of Executlvo
Council, approved by
Pres. McKlnlcy, "Claim
tor Flro" $ C00.000 00
Land sales "Special De
posit" 07 1 no 01
Road taxes "Special Do-
ponlt" 200,000 00
Ksllmnlcd Interim! to Ve
nn of Republic, 1900
1001, Imhci) 011 rotnniB
for lant period, customs
nml postal revenues
iinmn nnd Lohsm on Pre
vious Period of Inter
mil Itovomic Kstlnm
tcd Tuxes, estimated Rnln 2
yara 323.000 00
Interior Department re-
eelptB 100,000 00
Wharfage, ptlotaBo and
towngo 25,000 00
t 450,000 00
Hodnccd salo of revenue
stamps $ 90,000 00
S 3G0.000 00
baianes, etc., ot customs,
postal and forclcn nf
,fnl ''""n"" Included
I" Special Appropriation
' . "'
' " "' . J"n 9"-'
customs bureau, time al
lowed by Congressional
Act from nassago of bill. 191,000 00
Cash on Hand-
Current nccount $1,280,198 32
Loan nccount 54,322 02
estimated receipts 48,990 81
Mr. Damon concluded In thepn
terms: This Is probably tho last time a
minster or financo win nave flic op
portunity of addressing nny legislative
body In this country, as In tho now sys
tem none of tho secretin Iw will bo
officially ptescnt In tho Legislature.
Under the American system the Legis
lature makes ita nnnrnnrlntlnm ,v(t!i.
out any Interference by tho Executive.
In cloatnir I wish In tomlnr mv llmnka
! lo the members of the Council nf
State and to mv cnllenmina In 1,n
' Executive Council for their kind
sistanco in transacting the
I uusincss or tho country,
Ynti linvn nl.
wnvs been verv ennalilornln nml onn.i.
rous In rendering bo any asslstanco In
Matter of Procedure.
Minister Cooper suggested that tho
President nppolnt tho requlslto com
mittees for handling tho nrnnnseil nn.
President Dole Aro there any ad
ditions to bo proposed?
Minister Cooper I have an addition
al proposal, which I will present to tho
Mr. Kennedy considered new rules
for tho Council might be necessary In
ennlng with Its enlarged responsibili
ties. 1 do not supposo tho strict rules of
the Legislature will bo necessary, but
It may bo advisable to havo rules pro
viding for different readings of tho
Mr. Jones suggested that members
bo furnished with copies of tho rules,
ns probably most of them had mislaid
their copies. Ho accepted a sugges
tion of Mr. Kennedy for tho rules of
tho defunct Advisory Council also, nnd
then moved adjournment till 10 o'clock
tomorrow morning. Thero was only
a bare quorum present, nnd a written
notice should ho sent to every member.
I have thought, Mr. Jones continued,
that the Council of Stato has not been
treated with Its proper due. It Is a
dignified body, yet wo recelvo our no
tice on tho street by word of mouth,
nnd RnmettlTIPR pnmn horn nl nhnrt nn.
tleo to find that tho mccctlng has been
postponed for ono hour. (Laughing.)
It cost mo 23 cents the last time for
hack hire. I received my notlco this
morning at 11 o'clock to attend n
meeting nt 2. There aro other meetings
that members of Council havo to at
tend. That Is nrohildy tho reason why
so many nro absent. I movo that writ
ten notlco bo sent to absentees for an
adjourned meeting nt 10 o'clock to
morrow morning. I do not know who
Is responsible for this treatment of tho
Council, but as a member I do not feel
that I havo been properly treated.
Mr. Kennedy said ho was In sympa
thy with tho remarks of tho previous
speaker. Ho thought It would bo dim
cult for members to attend In tho
morning, therefore proposed an amend
ment which was ncccpted by Mr. Jones
that tho meeting ndjourn till 2 p. ra.
Fnvoreil tlif Nrtt!e8.
Washington, March 5. Tho Presi
dent sent to tho Senate, today tho cor
respondence called for by the resolu
tion of Senator Hoar asking for Infor
mation relatlvo to our courso In tho
Tho correspondence shpws that at
all times tho Administration was most
considerate of the rights of the natives
of tho PhlllnntneR! Hint ), in.in...
tlons forwarded to different American
commanuers at various times urged
such n policy that the nntlvej would
bucii a poncy mat tne nntlvej would
recocnlze tho Amcrlmnn nn frion.ic in. I
stead of Invaders. Most of the enr. I
iiHiioiiuence was published In detail
at or Just after tho dato of Its Issue.
THE LAST CAR.
The last cars of tho icini. .inmi nn.
going to Walklkl and Palama pass the
Anchor Saloon. The cleverest mixolo
gists In tho city are there a' ways to
put you up anything you may desire.
Drop In and take a dron bnfnm mn
take the car. The eelobrated Seattlt
beer Is to be had here on draught A
full line of liquors. Including the fa
mous Jesso Moore Whiskey, etc., al
ways on han.. Received per Warrt-
moo. Funnier Tlnek nur n .,,, ..k.
The Anchor Saloon la here to please it
rnnn, oruciocs, suramocs.
Werwicke Book Cases
CAN BE PURCHASED IN UNITS
AND ENLARGED AT ANY
Insect and Dust Proof
..A S' -v on hand and your In
.specilon I Invited.
The BULLETIN offers to the per
ons who, between February 1st and
luly 31st, shall send in the largest
lumber ot new subscribers, the fol
owing prizes :
(Rt Prize Cleveland Bicycle, J70.
The winner of the 1st prize Is it liberty
0 choose between modes 00, 92 an I Q4 nt
he 1900 Cleveland Bicycle. MoJel 94 Is
1 road racer, weight 20 pounds. Model 92
s a light road wheel, w eighlng 22 lbs , nnd
Vtodel 90 a heavier road wheel, wt 24 lbs.
I he bicycle to be selected from the stock
if the Honolulu Bicycle Co.. stents
'or Cleveland Bicycles. (The choice may
e made brtween the corresponding ladlrs'
Models, should the winner of 1st prize be
'2nd Prize, 5incr Sewing Ma
The winner of this prize mav choose
vluMn lh. thivi ct,rlfc nf mi hlnc
hat with oscillating shuttle am top cover,
hat with vibrating shuttle and cabinet
op. both five-drawer machines, or the
'Auroma Ic," with three drawers. TI.U
nachlne will be turnNhed bv B. Bcr
gertien. sole agent for the Hawaiian
Ird Prize, Prcmo Senior Camera,
4x5, with Uutflt, $40.00.
The Premo. Sr., has Double Swine
lack, Double Sliding Front.and Rack and
'-mum iur incusing. 1 ins camera may DC
ised with either Plates or Films. The
utfit Includes I Plate Holder, Tripod, 3
Trays, Developer, Fixer, Negative Rack,
Graduate, Stirring Rnd and I antein.
Camera and outfit are from the LeMun
yon Photo-Supply Co., sole agents.
tth Prizes, a Zonoplionc, the Lat
est Improvement on the Gramo
phone, with O Records, $30.00.
This Is the loudest and must natural
talking machine yet invented. It Is to he
.electrd from the stock of the Bergxtnom
tlimlc Co., sole agents for the Hawaiian
The following conditions of the contest
nust be observed :
1. All subscilptions must be prepaid at
east three mouths In advance.
2. No renewals nr transfers of subscrip
tions will be counted in this contest as
new llhrrtntlnnc Pnrh n:im, miiet 1, i
oona fide addition to the subscription Ibts.
. auDscnpuons sunuiu pe si-nt in as
wo" as secureo. togciiier wiin me name
ind address of the nersnn to whom the
wbscriptlon Is to be credited, as well as of
tllA llhplhA WZ tonnl AMMM.rttM.all 1.AI.
the subscriber. Great careshould be taken '
:o give ACCURATELY the full name and
ddress of each new subscriber.
4. Any person in the Ha
waiian Islands Is eligible
to try Tor these prizes.
Durlne the continuation of the ronW1
for the Most Popular Captain, coupons
fir the Captain of his choice accoidlngto
t .e term 01 ms subscription, will be given
ti each new subscriber attached to the
rtrlnt for the MiWrlntlnn. as nrevlnuvlv
Subscription Rates: W.00 per year,
ti-oo for three months; strictly In advance,
Jx uroRi nootMin K
waiter dr & co.tra X
Vf Crnua BMt Chocolita, 14 lb. uln. Q
K fotn riiADiNooi.octiit. Q
X Walton Bakor&Com Ltd.
A Sorcheiter, Mu., Tj. s. A. Jx
Hcnrj Watcrliouse k Co
Hotels and Restaurants.
THE ORPHEUM CAFE
Only White Help Employed
The Best Meal
The Best Service
In the City
:: At Popular Prices ::
WaTMEALS AT ALL HOURS: Ala
carte or Tabic D'Hote.
W. Ottman. late licensee of the Orn
View Saloon end of car line, Walklkl, has
opened the same premises as up-to-cate
ICE CREAM PARLORS.
TEA, COFFEE, SANDWICHES
-: LIGHT REFRESHMENTS:
maybe obtained at all REASONABLE
HOURS. Private parlors and every con
venlence for the comfort of visitors.
WE OFFER YOU THE
Best 5c. Cigar
1' oe had for the money.
CLOSING OUT ALL OUR DOMESTIC
Beaver Lunch Rooms.
H. J. NOLTE.
Markets and rocers.
MEtMOLM DUT CO.
J 08 KING STREET.
Q. J. Waller, : : Manaom
Wholesalo and Retail
Naval Oranges, Lemons,
Dried Fruit, Ransh Bggs,
Butter. Cheese. &c.
J. B, MILLS
Lincoln Mock. Klnrs'rect
Is the foretaste of the whole d. ,,i
that and we probably spoil all."
He su-e the coffee Is good, and thati'lt
LEWIS & CO.,
Telephone 240 1 1 Pun m
Beer and Wine Dealers.
IMFOHTBRB, AND WllOLBSALJi
Wine and Lunar Dealers.
Afutt tor lh Bot1l.il Hatnltr B.tr ot s..ttl.
No. 19 Nuoanu Struct
Foiur Block. Honolulu. Hawaiian Island!.
P. O. Bo nr MuiuaI Ttl.phont )o8
GONSAL VES & CO , Ltd
WHOLESALE GROCERS AJSlJ
J2ftQnepn atrnot, Hnnnlnln. T, 1,
.uusoiiflaiefl water ul. Ll
:irner Allen & Fort stt., Honolulu.
T. .... -t -II . r- .
' "'"'"' u,u Manu cmran on K"
strMt' Order left at either shop, or'office,
t -John Notfs store, Kin, street, will n-
celve promp attention.
No shop-worn goods on the coun
lers of merchants who advertise la