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1 IjONOIilHiiL H. Iy Vlil)NKfJI)AV, APim. U, ItHKJ,
Couiif ll'' at Law.
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'X. AiuOANTS STIfiWAKT.
OouiiHcllor tit Lnw.
(VKtn lUM'U,nwlto Cntlnllo t'luimli
Kortntrvet, Honolulu. II. I.
4jj 'rtluiliiiia MSB!
R. D. SILLIMAN.
3o3'Judd Uii!ldin. Telephone 213.
CHARLES F. PETEUSON i
Attorney at JLaw and
J. M. KAMSAKUA,
Axx 1 fy II 1 I
jjjwriiuy nun vjtiiiiiMsuur 111
Ofllcc: In tho Occidental Motel,
comer of King and Ahxkcu Streets,
V. 0. Aoai. Enoch Johnson.
Attorneys and Counselors
vnflco No. 10 West King Mn-ot.
F. M7 BROOKS."
Attorney at Law
Shekels Building, Fort Street,
B. A. MOTT-SMITH,
iAS AOVED to the Judd
Block, Fort St.
Sargeons, Physicians and Dentists.
A, C. WALL, D. D. S.,
G. E. WALL, D. D. S.,
Love Building, Fort street.
HOURS: 8-4. TELEPHONE 434.
DR. R. I. MOORE,
OrHCE: 2ro Hotel street.
OFFICE HOURS: g to is and I to 4.
Dr. W. J. Galbrahh.
Practice limited to Surgery and
OFFICF AND RESIDENCE: HAWAIIAN
R. WALTER HOFFMANN.
BERKTANIA STREET, (opposlto tho
Office hours, 8 to 10 a. m.; 1 to 3 p.
.; 7 to 8 p. in. Sundays; 8 to 11 n. m.
ffelepttne 610. P. 0. Box 501.
3H , GOBDOlT IJODGIHS. 1
DFMCEAND RESIDENCE, OEDQE
COTTAOE, corner Hotel nntl Richards
treott. Offlco hours: 9 to 11; 2 to 4;
t to S. Telephone 953. 1245
DR. A. ft SINCLAIR-
Sosool street, between Emma and Fort.
Hour: o-so a. in., 2-4 p. m., 7-8 p. m.;
Sundays o-io a. m, 14 16
Supported by Voluntary c:)iif-"-"tIons.
FREE TREATMENT to tho ii.ot of
I'or Infonuutlon as to cardt d
ml slon and to tho sorvlco, etc., etc.,
Tlilrd Floor. 1'niKrom Block,
riulBcrlptloiif limy bo left with J. P.
HaolifeUl, h. 0. Allies or Dr. HlogBotf.
SOMETHING NEW J
We have received from Edison's factory
in Electric Lamp for bed-room use whlcn
t golnc to prove Invaluable. By means
trf a regulating screw the light can be
changed from a dull red glow to full 16
randle power. When retiring the lamp
tan be so turned down as to burn all night
at little cost, and by means of the screw
em Instantly be turned on full power.
St will be found a great convenience In thi
side room or the nursery.
Price $1.25 each.
Oceanic Gas nnd
Electric Co.. Ltd.
Ileal FilMe and lowanf
Frk tml IlflZa
LilKli. and b'llti
AOKN'IH KOU .
New England Mutual Life In
surance Co. gf Boston-.
.Etna Fire Insurance Company
HENKV ST. fiOAR.
Members Stock and Bond Exchange.
AND DEALERS IN
Particular attention Rltcn lo purdue. anl salt of
Hawaiian Sugar Stock,
Loan Negotiated. Eatlern and Foul en Sloe.,
103 California St.,
8nn I'rnnclnco, C11I.
W. C. ACHI & CO,
Brokers & Dealers
REAL jES? ATE
Cf We wvil 11a ji ileal Eatat- .
ill parts of thu groan.
3T Wo will Sell FropciIlM on 2uiu.
OFFICF-i 10 West Kir Siprfi
" DAVID DAYTON,
Real Estate Broker.
223 MERCHANT -ST.
Twelve ClilnnMo Ornnlto Hltohlu
Porm, $5 each.
Proporty In town.
HOUSES TO. LiCT.
T. R. MOSS.MAN
Real Estate Agen.
Searcher of Titles . . .
17 W. THRUM
ROOM NO. 10, 8PRECKEL8 BLOOh
Plantation Work 11 tjpunialty.
OrlAS. J. PALK,
Mcmlior Honolulu Ntock Exchange.
Hoom.'tUl, Jutlil HtilldliiK.
JAS. F. MOKGA,
OGTIOUEKK AND bTOUK BHOKJt)
tto. 45 tiaeer. Street.
1'jzpurt Appraiamuuut nt lit,,.
JOHN H. SOPER
11G Mmvlianr Strtbt
Stock and Bond Broker
Mtir.bfr ol Hawaiian Stock biclnnca
Moliicrlly llliwilt. Fort St root.
P. E. It. STKAUOH,
Real Estate Broker
VinanclM AfiHtit ul Collector.
No. 0 Uetliel St., near I'. O.
n8 Tphuit 041,
A. .T. OAMPUELlT"
Stook antl Bond Broker.
Ateoter ol Ilia Honolulu Stock Eichaata.
Oulco Quoon Mrout, opposlto Union
JTaFlinna' oS P O Roi i
jIAH. F. MORGAN,
MtmUl ol Honolulu Stock Eubaot.,
Teitpton. ta 0 Dot jo.
, WOMAN'S EXCHANGE
1 113 Hotkl Strkbt.
KAPA, CALABASHES, LEIS, NA
TlE HAT, HUXiA HKIHTH. NlfHATJ
. MATH, FANS, SHELLS HEEDS, Eto
HOMKMADK POX, constantl,- nnhniia.
Telephone 7S" liAu.
COUNCILS ARB OPPOSED.
llVltlllHtMt fmni r1 I
(iti tiiofto wfett hl mf.irtl ie "ihii.i
. uiil r in gtaMMef wllh Ibt terhetH
r iu ii'volmhiti, Ohp of iHntt b mill-
-, uititlimmi (mil iniri to hlr hiHiw
ml tilfil ti innvitui m, MM
Mr .loiim, Itmt wn wmilil find II
1111 linpnaallilllly 1.1 ovetllirow
tln (loveiniiii'iit from .1 ptirrly irtllllMry
Innilpoliit. He iimnI nil tile nrnuiilPiits
nl lil romniiiiid In coin Inc.' mo Hint
tho Mrpa wo worn thru (nlilint ne II
lognl. The khiiio Kc11tle111.nl whin I lie
KjintilBli-Atiirrtrati wn. lnolc out llllcd
toliiiniiR In tho nowHpjpoiM with nrll
cloH on Ircntlift, ncutrnl itovviii'iicnlR
anil our dtitlcH ns tllUnnH, In an at
tempt to show that wo of llnwnll had
no right to stand by Jm Unltnil tttntfi
nfler tho United Stntrn 'tnd hUkmI by lis.
I wish now to thnnk tlmso true nirn
who had the nerve to then slaud by th
Provisional (lovernment 11ml uniipxn
tlon. (Applause from Coiini'llnts.)
Then, eonclililed Mr. tones, let 11a
stand by our principles now mid pay
tin so claims mill this Council will thin
b.iek tho Executive.
Mr. Kanlu1;ou nske'l If tho Execu
tive Council has tiny Intention of
clmiiRiUK the order.
The (jovoeniiK nt' Side.
Minister Cooper said the Excctitlvo
hail no power to change tne laws of
this country; they hnd no option. They
felt, however, sure of their position un
der tho order from President MeKln
ley. Ho read the law luaihiK cm tlni
case, anil said that the special provi
sion of President McKlnley was to pio
vlilc ti court open to the adjudication
of these certain claims. The Executive
would be glnd to ko further but did
not Unit the authority under McKln
loys ordeis. In nnswer to 11 cpicstlnn
by Mr. Ilolte, tho Minister said ho did
not think any power had been dele
gated outside of Hawaiian law ami the
adjudications must bo tiieivuiiiie '.
Minister Mutt-Smith held Hint th"
Government was cxpresslv responsi
ble to President McKlnley; this was
not so during tho cholera lino, upon
which tho present nrKumcntc wcro
based. The Government's policy from
the clay of the llro had ooen Ir sympa
thy with the sufferers. Title policy
had been cndoised by Prcslt'ent Mc
Klnley. The Pc)'i" Arc Uuppctl.
Questions were hero asked bj Coun
cilors Achl and Kn-no over which con
siderable discussion took place during
which Mr. Achl spoko of liability of
tho Government nnd s-'ld that If tho
words "legally llablo" were added to
tho older of tho Exccutlvo the position
of tho Government would be correct.
Ho blamed the Executive for narrow
vlows. McKlnley, said M . Achl, gnve
you broad vlows; tho llrsl thing you
did was to bar out poor people; you
have barred out tho Improvers of prop-
I ertvt tint neonln liavn been dcnrUed of
some of their rights under tho Court;
0110 thousand poor people arc barred
out by your order nnd not 0110 out of
ten will get Justice under this order
(voices: nor get anything.) Our duty
ns Counclliiis Is to demand Hint this
order bo chanced to conform with the
! latent nnd put pose of AlcKinlcy's In
structions. Tho action of the Hoard
of Health has been Inconsistent for
Mr. Holto nt this point moved tho
amendment printed above, which was
accepted by Mr. Achl.
Minister Dnmon SpcilcH.
Minister Damon then raid that be
fore the matter came to n voto he
wished to glvo IiIh reasons for his po
sition. Ho held that the Court was
Just and right and that an appeal lay
to the Legislature, If any wcro dis
satisfied with the decision. I have felt
nt times that I would be glad If tho
Executive Council had foiccd mo to re
sign by refusing to Justify my vlows.
When tho llio bioko out tho Exccutlvo
nt onco took tho matter up nnd re
ferred It to President .MoKlnicj. Tho
fact Is that wo nre suffering In llnwnll
from too much revolution nnd tho
Exccutlvo Iibb been forced by tho peo
plo to nsk President McKlnley to grant
relief upon revolutionary linen.
From tho first, continued Minister
Damon, I thought there sliould be no
laymen ou tho Court of '"alms nnd my
reason was because I wanted tho coun
try to get back to legal procedure.
What wo want dealt out by this Court
Is Justice nnd lawyers should consti
tute It. He who Is dlsiatlsflcd has an
nppcal to tho Legislature which I hopo
will meet soon. I wish It to replace tho
, revolutionary with tho legal. I hope
I the last of rcvolutlontuy measures aro
carried out. I hold tho people nro to
blame for tho burning of Chinatown;
they demanded It and ehecied whllo It
burned. Tho burning of Chinatown
was Illegal and tho iiuney to pny has
gone from tho treasury and It will bo a
long tlmo before wo get It back.
Mr. Jones naked It tho Minister held
the Council of State wis responsible
for tho Illegal spending alleged, nnd
further asked If It was not tiuo that
tho Council had only unsped the largo
amounts named upon tho recommen
dation of tho Executive Council.
At this point tho resolution went
over on motion and was 1 tado tho order
of tho day nt this afternoon's meeting.
Tho over popular Italuler beer is be
coming a household word and "will
you have n glasB of Seattle" Is more
often beard than anything else. The
Criterion Saloon has tho beer on tap or
The uso ot tno ginger in m.'UIons ot
homes shows the unprecedented suc
cess of the3o ideal sowing m. lncs.
It Is convincing proof that th, finger
excels In all kinds of family vog
and art needle work. All our 1 lng
machines aro ot the best construeOon,
beautifully decorated, and ure mounted
on sleected woods In flnoly finished
cabinets ot nrtistlo designs. D. Ber
ersen, agent, 16H Bethel street
Architects, Contractors and Builders.
WiM. T. PATV,
KoiiliMlnr mil Uiiilfc
StH afJ Orto IIIHtnt
liana and I tmM I uthlhJ.
I4.ts Hotel MiMt.ntnr lletelnnla.
fl A How mi, .In NonT.P.Tnuk
HOWARD & TRAIN,
SuM. r, Mnirl lllotk, IIUNOLULU.UAHU, II. I,
P. O Dot i. THrhon 99
li. L. KtiBll & CO.
Architects and Builders
IROftUtft 1111. a
: PROGRESS BLOCK.
(." W I'ict T.I .)
I . V IJardlte P. O. Ilox jjS
UUAUDSLI1E & lAGC
Architects & Builders
Office: Rooms 2-4, Arlington Annex,
Honolulu, H. I.
Sketches and Correct Estimates furnish
at Short Notice. I44t
OK ALL ItlNDri.
J)culora in Luntbtir and Goal.
Quenn Htrpflt. Honolulu,
r.pboo.i 1086 .56 P.O. Bo V).
Q H. BERRKY, : Manager.
DiM PoiiBctions a SQRCialtv.
Honolulu MercantllB icncT
Room 10, Sprockets Building, -Fort
Collections a specialty. Prompt re
nlttances. No fte charged unless collec
l . ntrit. 1442
REGULATIONS FOR I HE INTER
MENT OF THE DEAD IN THE
DISTRICT OF HONOLULU,
Except as specially permitted by the
Board of Health from time totlmeupin
showing cif satisfactory cause in each case,
no intrrment of the dead slwll tike place
fter October tst, 1000, within he follow
lint; limits in the District ot Honolulu,
Conurenclne at the sea shore at the
south point of the land of Halawa, thence
following the east boundary of Halawa to
the summit of tne Koolau mountain,
thence easterly alonR the summit of said
miunt-ilnsto Pablo valley, ihence south
erly following the line of the east ridge of
Palolo valley to the fea shore at the east
.vide of Dlamonl Head, thence following
the sea shore in a westerly direction to
the point ot commencement.
'I his rendition shall not apply to the
Mirlal ol asln-s ot Duuics wiikn nave Dten
subject to cremation.
President Hoard of Health.
Honolulu, April 5, upo. '4QQ-6t
BOARD OF HEAITH H1ILS-ACCOUNT
The Finance Commltt'e of the Board
nf Health will close their Ledger on AP
RIL 14th, 1000, at 5 P- '. and all bills
tccount Bubonic Plague for December,
Janu.iry, Feb uary and March should be
piesenteJ, propcly approved, at their of
fice In tear Hawaiian I rust & Investment
Co. before the above daV.
All bills not 50 pteseuted, and bills in-
airrea since March 31st, 1000, should be
presented at the Bo rd of Heilth Office.
By order of Finance Committee of Board
CHAS. M. COOKE,
Office of the Board of Health.
Honolulu, II. I., April 7, tooo.
Report ol cases of plague In Honolulu to
week ending April 7, 19:
Previously reported 71 61
Wek ending Apr I 7, 1000. o o
Nationality American 1,
Japanese 1, Insn 1.
Total number cases to datc.71 61
In the hospital this date 1
C. B. REYNOLDS,
Executive Officer, Board of Health.
Holders of water prjvllegcs, or those
paying water rates, aro hereby notified
that tho hours for Irrigation purposes
aro from 0 to 8 o'clock a. m. and from
tto G o'clock p. tn.
Superintendent Water Works.
Approved by A. YOUNO,
Minister ot Interior.
Honolulu, Juno 14, 1899.
Uttvi ArniuMU!. K'n.iI iw
A'cifi rrnnritcn Agent Tun Nhvaii
Natiomai. Hank ok Han Khancii
Haw Fhamimo llm Novndn HtlotiH
Bank nf San Krnticlpco
Iiximim Tho Union llniik of IiOinlni
Nkw Yoiik Ainodcnu EAclmntiH N
ClllCAocv-Mcirclmnti Nntlonsl Jtink
I'aiiIm Credit LyoiitmlR.
llniit.lN Drendner Hank,
Honkomi and Yokohama Honk. ng a
Mianghiil linnklng Corpomtloli.
Nkw .i:ai,ani ani AitMTiiAraA Unnl
of New cHlund
VioToniA ani Vancouvkh Bank
Brltlhh North Atuorlcn.
Transact a General Banklcg: n LicbanEC Bunnei
Deiiolete Kecolved. Loans made on Ap
proved 8ccnrity. Commercial nnd Traveled
Credits Istned. llllla of Gxcbauco bongbl
COIXBOTIOnS 1'F.OMITLT AOCOLTCTIO FOH
HJ.SI5QJ? g Q,
HnvlngH Deposits will W
roeelved and lnteroit allowed by tlih
Itank nt four nnd one -half per cent
Printed copies of tho Itulos and Reg
ulations may bo obtained on application
Otllco nt bank building ou Morchum
' BISHOP A CO
Bistort3 cSc Cc
Transact a General Bankini
.lid Exchange Business.
Commercial and Traveler'
etters of Credit issued, avail
bio in all the principal citie
f the world.
Interost allowed after Jul,
L, 1898, on fixed deposits '
inontliH 3 por cent., 6 nionthi
3J por cont., 12 months 4
Pioneer Building ano
ASSETS, DEO. 31, 1899, $112,677.1'.
Money loaned on approved securltj
A Savings Bank for monthly deposit!
Houses built on the monthly install
Twentieth Serl - of Stock Is no
.OFFICERS T. F. Lansing, Presl
dent; S. B. Rose, Vice President; 0. B
day, Treasurer; A. V. Gear, Secretary
DIRECTORS T. P. LnBlng, S. B
Hose, A. V. Gear, A. W. Keech, Henrj
Smith, J. L. McLean, J. D. Holt, C. B
Gray, W. L. Howard.
A. V. DEAR,
Chamber of Commerco rooms.
UDlce Hours: 12:301:30 p. m.
rjjf: iohama Specie Bbdi
Subscribed Capital 114,000,00 ye.
Paid-up Capital 12,000,000 yei
Reserve Fund 7,500,000 yes
The Bank buys and receives for coi
lection Bills ot Exchange Issues Orafti
and Letters of Credit, ana tranigcti
a general banking business.
On Fined Deposit for n mcntlii, 4 r-l ctoi , ,
On Fuel Dtpnilt lor 6 nionih., H "
On Filed Pipoilt lor J moi, '
Uvlh. Head Orv.e, al YoKOhaoa, on Curreol I),
Mill, i - aen per day,
Oa H4 Depo.lt lor n month!, jK par cent p. a
Sew IMC BillWlM. Ill EJQ 5l.U0I0lf
The . . .
Corner Alakea and HalekauwIlaSts.,
Has a large assortment of
Chandeliers and Elec
Constantly on Hand.
Estimates given for house wiring
and electrical plants.
Marine Wiring a specialty.
TIIK BANK OF HAWAII. Md.
lor tut Hawaiian Ktvunuc '
. OFFICERS AND DIRIXTORSi
Chan. Al. Courtis, 1'roi.ldent.
P. O. Jiinim, Vlee-Pmnlilont
O. II. Cooni!, Cnhlilnr.
F. O. ATisitimi.v, Ast-lMnl Caihlet.
K. VV. Mnefnrlnnn,
K. I). Tonnpy,
;L A. MeCnndloiM.
)llclt tho Accounts, of Flrinii, Cor
porntlnnx. 'I'rnm.. In.llvl.ti.ji. .. ...i .n,
carefully nnd promptly nlUind to aQ
ousliioHH connectod with banking en
tniHietl to It. Koll and piirclmno Forolcs
l.icliaiigo, Ihuo Uttorw of Credit.
Ordliuirv aii.l Titrm ri......ii.. ,.
-. j ...... .,.,,, .vnfi.nn It'l'UlVUUt
anil Intorost allowed In Kivordaiiee wlln
juiuu ami couiiiiious jirlnted in Pa'.-.
1 1 ' -,""" " ..... "ij Lnj null ui D
ip a ninmnnn unni
OF HAWAII, LTD.
Incorporated Under tho Laws of thi
Rcpubllo ot Hawaii,
Authorized Capital, $1,000,000
auDscriDeu capital, 750,000
Paid Up CapltaJ SOO.OOo
OFFICERS ANSI nitiRrvrni(
Cecil Brown President
Mil l iv
llio WFs Amormii im
M. P. Robinson Vlco-Presldent
W. Q. Cooper Cashier
E. M. Boyd Secretary
Directors Cecil Brown, Mark P. "
Robinson, Bruco Cnrtwrlght, W. G.
Cooper and II. M. Von holt.
DRAW EXCHANGE ON:
San Frailclsco Tho Anglo-Cnllfor-nla
Chicago Tho Merchants Loan and
Now York J. & W. Sollgraan & Com.
London Tho Angjo-Cnllfornli
Paris Socletlo Genomic
Hamburg M. AL Warburg & Com
pany. Hongkong and Yokohama Ths
Chartered Bank ot India, Australia
Australia Tho Union Bank of Aus
Canada Bank of Montreal.
Berlin Oerbruder Moyer.
Exchange bought and sold Letters
Credit Issued on all parts of the
J. J. WILLIAMS,
Visitors are cordially invited to
call and inspect our tjailery of life
size royal photos, from Kamehameha
I. to date. .
At tho Old Stund
On Fort Strout ::
Arlington Block, - Hotel Street
Joseph Fernandez, Prop';
KEEP THE HEAD COOL and the
feet warm Is the advice given by all the
doctors in t rne of epidemics of any kind.
Pacheco's Dandruff Killer Is the best to
use on thehwd. It Is refreshing, Invigor
ating and stimulating, besides possesslnK
coolInK properties contained in no other
preparation In the market.
PACHECO'S DANDNUFF KILLER
s for sale by ; all drugKMs and at th.
Union Barber bhop; Telephone 696.
TO 815 Fort St.,
(Next to Ed. A.WIIIIams, Undertaker),
And Is now prepared to supply ever
variety of Cut and Growing Plant,.
Sprays, Bouquets, Wedding and Fumra
Deslps executed on short notice.
A large variety of Roses and other piaott
KiS linker rl ;Y(Tjv!v;ii
-" rf irs "i
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