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THE MOST PQPUkMfcAp'
VOTE EARLY AND OFTEN.
Vol. VIII. No. U85.
HONOLULU, H." L, WEDNESDAY, MAKOH 21, 1900.
F&iob 5 Oekta.
The Bulletin offers to the per
sons who, between February ist and
July 31st, shall send in the largest
number ot new subscribers, the fol
lowing prizes :
hit PpIz Cleveland Bicycle, TO.
The winner of the ist prize Is At liberty
to choose between model go, oa xnJ 04 ot
the 1900 Cleveland Bicycle. 'MoJeUoito
road racer, weight 20 pounds. Modct oa
Is a light road wheel, weighing. 22 lbs ,and
Model 90 a heavier road wheel, wt 24 lbs
The bicycle to be selected from the stock
of the Honolulu Bicycle Co.. agents
for Cleveland Bicycles. (The choice may
be made between the corresponding ladlrs'
Models, should the winner of ist prize be
Snd Prize, Singer 8cwlnj Ma
The winner of this prize may choose
between these three stvles of machines:
4tn.a..tll nlll .ILm Ui.I tin . t.n MUM
Uiai Willi v3lllldUll& 3I1UM1C UIIU tupiUVbl,
that with vibrating shuttle and cabinet
top, both five drawer machines, or the
"Automa lc," with three drawers. Till
machine will be furnNhed bv B. Bcr-
fterscn, sole agent for the Hawaiian
8rd Prize, Premo Senior Camera,
4x5, with Outfit $40.00.
The Premo, St., has Double Swine
Back, Double Sliding Front, and Rack and
Pinion for focusing. This camera may be
used with either Plates or Films. The
kiitt l.l.t.l. Dl ... Unl.t.c T.lnA
VUMIl II11IUUC3 I lUC IIUIUC, lllUVUf J
Trays, Developer, Fixer, Negative Rack,
Graduate, Stirring Rod and Lantern.
Camera and outfit are from the LeMun
yon Photo-Supply Co., sole agents.
4th Prize, a Zonophone, the Lat
est Improvcmcnt.on the Gramo
phone, with 0 Records, $30.00.
This Is the loudest and most natural
Iklne machine vet Invented. It Is to be
talking machine yet Invented. It is to be
(elected from the stock of the BcrjJstrom
Music Co., sole agents for the Hawaiian
The following conditions of the contest
must be observed :
1. All subscriptions must be prepaid at
least three months In advance.
a. No renewals or transfers of subscrip
tions will be counted In this contest as
i.vik mm is wumtu mi? usiiitai. us
ew subscriptions. Each name must be a
bona fide addition to the subscription lists,
j. Subscriptions should be sent In as
oon as secured, together with the name
and address of the person to whom the
the subscriber. Great are should betaken 1
)nlu. irniDlTPIVOi. fnll nim. .nJ
,iv auusrfib'wi. uiuiiutifciivuiu wiunvii
to give ACCURATELY the full name and
address of each new subscriber.
4- Any person In the Ha
waiian Islands is eligible
to try Tor these prizes.
During the continuation of the contest
a tits Unt PaimiIp Pnnfnln nnnAn
1UI IU& IllUJh I U)JUIMI V4fltMII -UU(VUJ
uillll.. Ik UM IA mf n min .
ciuuuiiK uic iiuiuci iu wai aw many vuicj
for the Captain of his choice accoidlng to
ti tirm At Kle ei lKr(rlntln ntltl Jv (rltian
i.t uua ui iii wura. nm m 6i..
to each new subscriber attached to the
MJnt frtr th ciihcrinllnn as nrirlmicltf I
IbVlb ivi ttv tiuvvupuviiiiw 1'iwfiuujiv
Subscription Rates: tS.oo per year,
fj.oo for three months; strictly in advance.
THE MOST POPULAR CAPTAIN
The captain who shall have the largest
,i number of votes on Saturday, March 31,
will be given an elegant pair of Binoculars
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i IIU1U me aiuic ui ii. i, it i.iiuiau. iicy
are tne best mat can oe oDtainea aim may
be seen on display at Wlchman's store.
In addition to the votes which appear
each day la the upper right hand lomer of
the first page, which are to be filled out
and deposited at this office, new subscribers
are entitled to cast votes as follows. A
coupon for the number Is attached to the
I MONTH 40 VOTES
1 MONTHS 150 VJThS
6 MONTrlS 350 VOTES
! YEAR 753 VOTES
The standing of the contest Friday,
March 16, was as follows. This list will
be changtd every Saturday.
capt. cameron 4153
capt. simerson 1 3923
capt. clarke 2860
capt. pedersen 2349
capt. bruhn - 1427
capt. Mcdonald 750
capt. freeman 284
capt. tullett- 259
capt. j. dower 147
capt mcallister 114
capt. nicholsen - 49
capt. sam"on 49
capt. weisbarth 9
capt. j. ulunahele 8
capt. thompson 7
capt, campbell 1
capt. gregory 1
Lord Dunraven soems to be losing all
interest In yachting. By reason of his
failure to attend the roqulslto number
of meetings last year of tho Yacht Itac
Ing Association, ho, so the announce
ment politely puts It "ceases to be vice
Go to the Pacific Vehicle and Supply
Co. for flta carriages.
DESTRUCTION OF PROPERTY
Rebecca Panee's Household Coods
Destroyed by Fumigation,
Mm j Articles of Eire Yihw-Gnardlin Tike
Aogrj CegolnoM of Damage -
J. Alfred Magoon. as guardian 'ot
Itcbocca Panee, was on tho warpath In
the Board of Health laager yesterday.
It would require a great deal of the
self-righteousness of Job's comforters,
on the part ot anybody Introduced to
tho occasion of tho well-known attor
ney's war dance, to say that he did not
well to be angry.
Mr. Magoon would accept no plea of
want of time at the particular momont
when ho found two newspapermen nt
tho Health office, but they must ac
company him forthwith to the house of
his ward In a yard reached by a wind
ing lano off Queen street It was found
to be a neat cottnsro embowered In nil.
age and flowers.
The occupant was fretting and fura-
Incr nmnnfrnt nnnfuaml lianna n ha.
household possessions and articled of
her own and her rhlld'n nnnnrnt Tvl.
dently divining that the quest ot her
visitors was iniormation regarding ner
Present trouble, thn wnmnn flnnied nut
In descrintlvn nrntnrv nf Ihn dnmnirn
dono to her property by servants of the
Board of Health. The objects of her
denunciation, unless this chalked In
scription on the front door is a for
gery, viz.: "Fumigated 3-8-1900 4:30 p.
m. B. of H." Mr. Magoon had on tho
way over stated that Rebecca's house
' n nr been declared Infected, yet
" had been broken Into and Its con
tents thrown Into contusion, then seal
ed up and treated to a fumigating that
destroyed everything In tho house
which was dcstructlblo by tho process
Tho madame showed article after ar
ticle of apparel, In silk and other costly
fabrics, reduced to tho consistency of
apples of Sodom. They fell to pieces
u luuiai, ntru WU8 a YUluaniO- qilll
I with lnee hnrdnr. nnnn whinh thn n,n
at a touch. Hero was a valuable- quilt
man had spent eight solid months of
rare handiwork, its silken covorlng
frayed-In hideous patches. A beautiful
table cover, the gift of Princess Bernleo
PaUahl Bishop al.ortly beforo her
deatn i00ked as if it hud tnVnn t
VMU, lOOKCQ BS II It H&H tUKCn ItS
first course through the rag machlno
of a paper mill. Two lelhulaa unpur
chasable for money wcro metamorphos
ed Into muck. The personal apparel
destroyed alone represents n valuo of
hundreds of dolla'rs, yet this was not
"They steal my silverware," Rebecca
lndlenantiv niclnlmpil. "Ami mv -nln.
bashes, ono with four woods In It, you
tnuuui uuy. I1UTO ray new BDCeiS &D(X
mosquito net Mr. Magoon give ins
a t ..
Hero my new sheets and
jiioucy io Duy, looK " nna 'ine trailed
her Angers but lightly over tho articles
... ... . .
as she mentioned them to part tho
textiles Into shreds and tatters.
"And what right they have to put
lot Chlnnmnn's clothes In my house
with my things?" she angrily ques
tioned, pointing to a ruck of stuff shar
ing the ruin of her own belonglnga'on
the floor. -
"A nice homo this to return tot"
tho guardian remarked n's with a
wrathful oyo ho surveyed tho dishevel
led and decorticated piles of un equip
ment that, beforo Its very thorough
'"disinfection," might havo oeen tho
envy of many a housewife of far less
humble pretensions than this native
Rebecca Panee was an heiress who
was placed under guardianship ns n
spendthrift. When sho gave her hand
In marrlago afterward to a Hawaiian,
tho probato Judgo refused to grant her
release from guardianship. Judging by
tho variety nnd vnluo of thn ortlcles
of comfort and refinement with which
BllO had nossnflqpil hnranlf Iwfnrn ihn
angels of health visited her abode, pho
must bo credited with a largi degree,
each, of Industry, thrift and t-sto.
New Iron Works.
Soma ot tho pillars havo been erected
for tho now buildings ot tho Honolulu
Iron Works at Kakaako. The last In
stalment ot the Iron material for the
structures has arrived In the bark
Catherine. It will take at least six
months to complete the erections. Then
work will have to be done simultan
eously In both the old and new works,
until tho formidable task of removing
everything to the latter approaches the
HONOLULU 1 SCHOOL
Day and Night Cusses
COWAN AND HARRIS
' ROOMS H-!, wd FIo-r
f 9A.M 4P.M.
OBJEGT TO THE EVIDENCE
Legality of Supreme Conrt Is
Sprecbes of Attowjs Geir and Ham-
phreys Mr. long Also Preseits
An ExtenslTO Argument
Government Takes No
Attorney General II. E. Cooner sd-
pearcd In tho case of J. K. Bush et al.
vs. Republic of Hawaii bctoro tho Su
premo Court this morning, and filed
aflldavlts on tho question of the
Court's legality by President Dolo, A.
P. Judd Jr and Auditor General H. C.
Austin. Thcso aflldavlts covered tho
substance ot the matter published In
Geo. D. Gear. Intervening nrrnrdlnir
to tho Invitation nf thn Hnnrt nilcr.
day, spoko as follows: The resignation
speaks for Itself and any effort to con
tradict it would be as Incompetent In
this Court or any Court of law. Hero
especially It Is lnadmlsslblo In that It
seekn to nlnen hefnrn tlilo nnrt !-
denco as to what was In certain let
ters, ir there bavo been letters of that
kind written the letters urn thn hnit
evidence Tho aflldavlt seeks 10 state
Gviuuiicu. 1110 amanvii see Kb 10 state
his father's Intentions which cannot
be set forth in tho way ho has attempt
!r 1 X I v7aa h.la undor8tani"nS of
the law that his resignation would take
- V ,. "
effect only upon tho appointment of
nnd that words to that effect would be
merely sunerfluniiR." T nhfrx-t tn nil
, . . '. """ u imcuueu it
that part of tne aflldavlt. Also to the
part of the affidavit which speaks about
"Instructions given me by my father
since he wrote his letter ot restgnu
tlon" nnd "reiterated In a .otter writ
ten by his direction; that on the oc
caBlon of the writing of his letter ot
resignation I drafted a letter for him
which specified that his resignation
was to take effect upon tho appoint
ment of bin flllc rnnqni. " T nalr that 4h
letter be produced In evidence nnd that
mm part ot tne amaavit do not receiv
ed by this Court on tho ground that If
there Is anv such letter it ntmtilrl h
produced. I object to the further
statement In here that ho has not re
ceived from his father "any Intima
tion that his resignation was Intended
to tako effect or that ho desired that
It should tako effect except upon the
appointment of his successor," as In
consistent With thn fflrtfl na tinrnlnha.
foro set forth. 1 also object gonernlly
on tho ground that It Is Irrelevant, In
competent and Immaterial, on the
ground that It Is hearsay and that It Is
not the bst evidence and on the
grounds before stated. Also on tho
ground that It directly contradicts his
resignation which the Court must con
struo by tho terms of the resignation
Itself. It cannot bo contradicted by
A. S. Humphreys remarked: I desire
to Join In the same objections for the
Thn nnur T roiaiimn iUt KAot
courso would be to have the aflldavlts
nieu nnu received subject to tho ob
jections as to how far tho evidence Is
Mr. Gear On the aflldavlt ot the
Auditor General being filed, resumed:
I mnko the formal objection to tho
nflldavlt thnt It In Inrnmnnfonf Imln.
vnnt nnd Immaterial. The question of
wnetner no drew his salary or not Is
Immaterial and It rnnnnt nffoot Vila
resignation. And further that at the
time that he was supposed to havo
given his power of attorney he was not
comtifltrnt tn elvn'l hnvln- hnnn in.
capacitated by serious Illness.
wr. Humphreys I desire, In order
thnt I may get my contentions beforo
thn Hmirt. in ptntn nn linhnlf nf mv
clients that I shall contend that thero is
an aosoiuto resignation without refer
enco to Its acceptance. I shall contend
fnrthnrmnrn thnt thftrn tina fmnn nn
abandonment ot tho ofllco, nnd I shall
contend rurtnermoro tnat the office Is
vacant by reason of the Insanity of tho
Chief Justice, ns nrnvlrtnrt In nrtldn ill
of the Constitution. Which Insanity
we will offer evidence on. I shall fur
ther rnntnnrt thnt thnt nnurat nt .Hn..
ney is absolutely void, having been
given by an Insane man. And If he was
not Insane when It was given, It has
And It he was
necomo vol a as he has since become
. ...., ..... ,.., u.u,Uv.7 iDTuni-n
It. nnd thoso payments aro absolutely
-T A fatrfnn nn. nt ttA n.t.wMAwn
for plaintiffs In the- case at bar. stated
that they did not attack the position o'
tho Chief Justice on tho ground of in'
cannrltv. . Ro far nn this mm was mn,
corned ho would not consent to such
an attack. If that point were presMl
HH ... . 1.W.M .Bin yiviuvfj'l
he should withdraw, his objection to
wo .uiuiuaivuu iu uu buuru a any
were content to rely upon the sole point
. .. .. "... ..uuniaKun ui won ns rresiuem uoie
nsane. which fact absolutely revokes agreed with himself that there was no
if nnd ttirtBA nnvtMAnla nwn nknnlui.lul .I.I..1I ...
of tho effectiveness of tho reslganflon.
Mr. Magoon afterward showed tho Bul
letin reporter paragraph 2 of section 1
of Article 90 of tho Constitution, which
no had Inadvertently omitted to olto
beforo the Court. It provides that Im
peachment of the Chief Jostlce for In
capacity, among? other things, shall bo
done by tho House of Representatives.
Mr. Humphreys disclaimed any at
tack on the Chlof Justice. If the hand
of God wcro laid upon tho Incumbent
of tho oflko, thero was no Impropriety
In recognizing tho fact
Justlco Frear invited discussion on
the preliminary question oi tho com
petence or tho documentary ovldence
offered besides tho resignation.
Mr. Magoon objected to all outside
statements. The resignation stood for
Mr. Cooper, referring to iho conten
tion that a letter referred to by Mr.
Judd In his aflldavlt ough: to bo pro
duced, said after emmtiltatlnn with ii.
aflldavlt that a search would bo mndo
for It He further atntn.l ihi, --
as the Attorney General's depaitment
tuueornea, ne would simply say
(Continued on page 4.)
Island Goods Are
Crowding the Steamers
Now that tho Health regulations
havo opened tho way for business with
4t ..1 ,-.u i.
luu umer isianus, tncro ts a general
rush for shipments that far exceeds tho
capacity of steamship companies to
caro for. Tho waterfront has assumed
" uiuo tiuwura uppcaranco nna
today many merchants are fuming on
Its old time crowded nppcaranco nnd
accuum 01 tneir inaoiuty to despatch
- ..... iiinuiiiij IU UC3JJ
their orders for the other Inlands
Ycsterdav nn lona than n .in..
truck loads of freight wcro refimnil
bv the stnatnnhln rnmnnnlaa nnd ma
goods wcro carried back to tho stores
from which they came. This means
probably that second fumigation will
be ncccssajy and all tho work will havo
to bo done Over again. One express
company started out on nn order from
a lucai nouse at o o'clock in tho morn
ing. The man remained on the front
till 2 in thn nftnrnnnn unit wn. finntiu
forced to return with part of his load
to me mcrcnant who sent out the
goods. Tho merchant not only had
to nay tho full nxnrrni phnn
this tlmo but stands a good chance of
naving to go to the samo expenso a
On the other hnml nnmn nf thn n.Ai.
chants havo not appreciated tho neces
sities or mo situation and guards havo
been forced to turn back small pack
ages, which under tho regulations nro
required to bo fumigated for twelve
Managers of tho steamship compan
ies seen thin tnnrnlni- ntntort tn hA n..i
letln that they aro doing their best to
accommodato all comers. It Is merely
a question of tho capacity of their
steamers. Theso will be sent oft as
rapidly as possible and return for moro
ns fast as steam will carry them.
8EMINOLB KAIL0R8 OBJECT.
The crew of tho Seminole, that ar
rived hern nn thn 17th nf i?.h...
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from Newcastle put In n complaint
mis morning in mo consul's office, ask
ing that tho ship bo surveyed and that
If found In thn rnmlltlnn the nlnin.
that she Is In they bo discharged and
The sailors claim that Capt. C. Tay
lor nromlsed to rolensn them nt thin
port If they would sail with him from
Newcastle. After discharging their
carno. thev nnlted tn lin nnM nff nnH
tho captain refused. They then nskod
In a body, for a survey of tho Somlnolo.
Consul Haywood promised that tho
Vessel would be surveved nnd thnt
they would bo given a declsivo answer
ANOTHER GOOD DAY.
2:15 p. m. Nothing unfavor
able to ropdrt today, either in
tho condition of tho two pa
tients In hospital or In the gen
eral situation. Thero has not
been even a suspicious case
slnco Sunday, reports to the
May Publish Bills.
Mlnfntnr Vmino. nnnaulA.t lli. YPva-
cutlve about allowing the Board of
Health bills to bo published. His col-
uKreeu wim nimscit mat mere was no
objection to publication. Dr. Wood.
nresldent of thn Tlnnr1 nf TTnnllh ,h
tiiy concurs with tho Executive.
Certificates for Burial.
Kaenaku, Hawaiian male, 47, hemor-
By En. Chinese male. E raonthn. rnlln
Infant son of Stephen Lukua, Hawa
iian, 9 days, inanition, Kaplolanl ma-
iiau, 9 uuB,
Hung Leo, Chinese female, C2 phthi-
sis, Chinese hospital
S. S, CLEVELAND DISABLED
Supposed to Be Drifting With Broken
Sbaft Off tonal.
Boat Crew Spoken bj Cipialn of lbs Eric
Possibility Tbej Are Deserfrs Soested
Location of Steamer Peculiar.
Tho schooner Erie, from Seattle
bound for Yokohama, that put Into
port yesterday on account of tho sevcro
Illness of tho captain's wife, spoko a
small boat with three sailors of the
steamer Cleveland about forty miles
leeward of Maul.
They stated that the Cleveland had
broken ncr shaft about three hundred
nnd twenty miles northwest of Maul
and that they were making for Kahu
lul, whero they had loaded a cargo of
sugar, to telephone for nsalntnnen.
They expected to be nblo to get an
Intcr-lsland steamer to aid them, if
not thoy would get the assistance of an
intcr-lsland schooner as a last resort
Tho Cleveland left Kihcl last week
with a full cargo of sugar for the
Coast. It Is not known that sho car
ried any passengern
Captain Roos of tho Eric, when in
terviewed said: yesterday morning
about 8 o'clock whllo oft Maul, about
40 miles, my mato sighted a small boat
about thrco miles away. Calling to
mo ho stated that ho thought a pilot
boat was waiting to put a pilot on
board: knowlnc thin rnnid nnt i. n
r .. . ... vwh.m uwb WW OU,
as It was too far out from shore, I
concluded it to bo a boat in distress
and boro down to render assistance
"I then discovered that there were
three men In tho boat, an officer and
two sailors. When within spenklng
distance I naked whnt thv nmm itnin.
out thero? Tno officer replied thnt
they wero from tho steamer Cleveland,
wnicn naa Broken Uer shaft and at
that tlmo WAR drifting nhnut 19n mil..
northwest, near tho coast of Kauai, and
that thoy were seeking assistance nnd
men concluded ny asking tho nearest
way to Hana: I told thtm and was
then asked whero I was bound for, I re
plied to Yokohama, and almost before
I could offer to give them a tow or tako
them on board tho officer shifted his
helm nnd sailed away. The whole af
fair seems to be vcrv neenllnr na It
seems hardly probable that tho Cleve
land COUld havo drifted nn fnr tn thn
northwest after leaving Kihcl, I think
last uunuay, and then tho small boat
could havo reached Kauai without any
difficulty nnd not havo sailed 320 miles
to reach Maul."
Alexander & Baldwin. Ltd.. rharter.
ers of the Cleveland, nppllod to both
tho intcr-lsland Btenmnhln rnmnnnlni
for a steamer to go in search of tho
aisaoieu vessel. Neither of them,
however, had nn nvallablo steamer for
the nurnose. Next thn rnrnnrntlnn ml.
dressed a request in writing to Lieut
rona, commanding tho U. S. S. Iro
quois, to send that ship to tho relief
of the Cleveland.
Consul General Haywood was asked
late this afternoon If tho Iroquois
WOllld bo dlsnatched nn thn nrnndltlnn
He replied that he had bcon in con
sultation with Lieut Pond on tho sub
ject, and their conclusion was that
tho station steamer would nnt hn nr.
dered out "It would bo llko looklntr
for a nccdlo In a haystack,' 'said Mr.
Haywood. "Besides, tho men in tho
boat may have been lentlncr thn pnntnln
that spoko them. Just as like as not
tney are deserters from tho Cloveland.
TRIM FUR OF $100,C00
The Minister of Flnnnen una nn.
thorl7.cd by me Executivo Council to
day to transfer $100,000 from tho cur
rent cash to'lonn fund cash, as provid
ed for under Section 1. Act 63. Ijiwb
Paul Neumann appeared at tho meet
ing and the application of tho Bow
Wong Progrcssivo Association was
discussed. President Dole read a let
ter from W. A. Hcnshall setting forth'
that the association was formed for
tho objects stated In its proposed char
ter and no other. Tho matter was de
ferred till Friday.
Attorney General Cooper stated that
the appointment of a Court ot Claims
brings up th cqucstlon of defending
tho Government's liability and this
would require tho services of an out
side attorney. Tho personnel of the
court was also discussed.
Tho President read a communica
tion from the agents of the Board of
Health at Hllo, addressed to tho
Board, asking for a properly equipped
quarantine station, which should be at
the same time utilized for a detention
camp if necessary.
THE WATERMAN inRAT. wnnv.
TAIN PEN. All sizes, all shapes. H. P.
vnnMfl, t -
Kanae, one of the men cut by Down-
Inc. Is in a nromialnr pnndlllnn th.
Queen's hospital, although the death
ui i-oui scarea mm nna made him nervous.
CJMMITTEE OF HJANCB
The Only Committee Ready Willi Re
port to CoDDcil of Statr.
Most of Hems Are Apprwd ibI 8mm Eiini
nitfimlnn nn -- '-- -- "tv-
on Question bj MrnrfjT'JP
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At yesterday's meeting of the Council
of Stnto there were present President
Dole and Ministers Mott-Smlth, Young,
Damon and Cooper; Councillors Achl,
Ena, Allen, Kennedy. Boltc. Ka-no.
Gonsalvcs, Robertson, Kaulokou, Rob
inson, Jones, Gear, Nott and Isontn-rg.
Mr. Kennedy asked if President Mc-
KInlcy had called tho Council ot State
to pass tho appropriation bills, and if
so why wcro the regular appropria
tion ouis tor i.io biennial period not
President Dolo nnd Minister flnnn.r
both replied. President Mckinley had
not called tho session, but only gavo
tho Council permission to appropriate
monev for neepfisnrv nvnendltiirna until
mo meeting oi a regular Legislature.
Mr. Robertson, on behalf of tho
Judiciary Committee, and Mr. Robin
son, on behalf ot tho Foreign and Edu
cation Committee, requested and wore
granted moro time to report on items
referred to them.
Mr. Jones, from the Finance Commit
tee, presented tho following report,
which was laid on tho tablo to be con
sidered with tho bill:
Honolulu, March 20, 1900.
To tho President and Members of tho
Council of State.
Sirs: Your committee to whom was
referred items in tho'Finance Depart
ment of Act 2, now before tho Council,
beg to report ns follows:
Undec tho hend nf nnnnrtmnnt nt vt.
anco In Act 2, tho following appropria
tions aro asicea tor:
"Interest on all loans and advances,
including remittances to London.
Wo nro .advised by tho Minister of
Flnanco t'uut he has allowed for thn
payment ot Interest only 1125.000.
which will not bo sufficient to pay the
amount of interest nn jmnimii tn h..
como due during the next two years.
especially u tho items asked for In
Bill 4 aro appropriated by tho Council
of Stato, for which bonds are tn hn in.
sued. Wo therefore recommend thnt
this Item bo appropriated.
Tho next item Is "Redemption o(
outstanding bonds, Act of Oct 24th,
1890, 143,000: tho total bonded Indebt
edness nnd tho Government and Postal
Savings Bank, as per Minister of Fl
nanco report. Is $4,890,351.49, of which
amount tho United States Government
Is to pay $4,000,000, leaving a balance
to be borne by tho Hawaiian Govern
ment ot $890,351.49."
These bonds will become duo on De
cember 12th of tho present year, and
If our nffalrs aro not fully arranged by
that date It Is our duty to mako provi
sion for payment of samo, as it will be
unfair to tho holders of the bonds not
to receive the money due them, espe
cially as It wilt make no difference in
adjusting our settlement with the
United States Government. Wo ac
cordingly recommend that this amount
Under tho Postal Bureau, the follow
ing amounts are asked for: "Incident
als Postal Bureau (unpaid bills,
(Continued on pago 7.)
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