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THE EVENING BULLETIN: HONOLULU, H. I., SATURDAY. APHTL 21, 1900.
I With the Council of State.
Tuesday, April 17.
The Council of Stato reassembled
Monday afternoon at 3 o'clock. There
were present Ministers Mott-Smtth and
iYoung and Councilors Kaulukou,
Jonea, Robinson, Achl,, Clear, Nott, Ku
no and Oonaalvcu.
Minister Mott-Sinltli announcoJ that
President Dole could not be prcuont
and, on motion of Mr. Jonea, Mr. J. I.
Kaulukou took the chair.
After the reading and approval of tho
prorloua meeting Councilor Jonea on
behalf of tho Plnanco commltee ro
portcd bill No. 3.
The bill had been reported and was
ready tor tho members upon tbclr
desks. Tho total amount of bill i
was f49S,916.S2, an Increase of over
$122,000. 1)111 No. 4 showed n total of
1831,991.20 In Its original form; It now
gavo a total of 11,528,291.20 an Increase
Councilor Kn-uo reported for the
Committee on Judiciary and tho At
torney General's Departments recom
mending that Section C of Act 4 bn
amended, "by tho President of the
1)111 No. 2 was taken up Item by item
on motion of Mr. Ocnr.
The Item l elating to tho Zorbe claim
was amended to read $726.26 and the
wording changed slightly.
Several Items of unpaid Incidentals,
connected with the Hawullan Concul
ate at San Francisco, were added by
Councilor Robinson nnd Minister Mott-
Minister Mott-Smlth moved to an
item of $000 for a one-room school
house at Mana. Kauai. Carried..
Mr. Achl nskod why tho school hous-j
at Kalaoa, North Kona had not beori
built as promised. Ho cxplalnod the
necessities of tho case.
Minister Mott-Stnith said tho money
limit had been tho caut., the commit
tee had not returned tnls school house,
but It would bo built as soon tta fund
Mr. Gear asked tho Minister what
provisions hnd been mado for building slcd those opposed to look Into tho
new school houses, nnd If tho nppro- matter beforo deciding. If tho Hoard of
prlntions wore sufficient to carry on Health forced each pol maker to put
the work I llla P,aco ln a "anltary condition, It
Tho Minister answered thero were no wcm!l cost tho Individual too much,
hinds at present available for uuw , Tills could bo avoided by a central sta
school houses nnd teachers collagen. ! Hon nnd tho point of cleanliness and
On motion of Mr. Achl Sl.f.OO was In- sanitation covered,
sorted for n two-room Bchool houno at ' Mr. Kennedy was sorry to see tho
Kalaoa N Kona Hoard of Health falling down beforo
On motion of Mr. Gear $).10 was In- tho question of pol shops. If they
sorted for a new school houso nt l.anal. could not handle tho matter In a bus -
Lino 54 was amended to read "Re- ncssllke manner and control tho sanl
palrs to School Houses 110,000." ' ,atloa of tne Pl Bhon!i- thn' hnl1. )04Pr
Mr. Gear pointed out sevcial eriora let out the Job to those who could. Ho
In amounts which woro corrected. i should oppose tho Item.
Mr. Gonsalvea brought up tho innt-J Mr. Kaulukou was opposed to tho
ter of grading and widening of Mllior change. The Idea might bo good, but
street, from Punchbowl to Klnait pol was now dear and would doublo ln
street, nnd asked that $11,000 bo taken price under tho proposed Innovation,
fiom tho total for Honolulu streets and Tho samo thing had occurred when tho
expended there. He explained the ne- new fish market was established. Ho
oosstty for the work and stated that pa- feared monlcd men would soon control
tltlons from tho residents of that tho pol trade f tho Item passed. This
neighborhood had heretofore been was a matter for tho Legislature to
Ignored by tho Interior Department consider as tho lsmnds wcro all lntcr-
Mr. Gear asked tho Minister of In- etcd; for the present It would bo
torlor. If there was not sufficient money sufficient for the Ilonrd of Health to
appropriated to do tho work without PPlnt Inspectors and see that things
an extra Item. Tho road had been wc" don "But.
neglected nnd ho did not blamo Mr. Minister Damon said this subject re
Gonsalvoi and tho residents for com- minded him of the time when the wash
Minister Youug said thai white he
could not pick out any particular street
and do It first, yet, as this win very
urgent, ho would recommend the load
supervisor to do tho work as soon ns
possible. Thcro would be plenty of
money under tho appropilatlon.
Minister Young brought up the mat
ter of pol houses. They wero leportcd
to him ns being u sourco of danger
and tho Hoard of Health thought pol
houses should be constructed ln u sani
tary manner and owned by tho Gov
ernment. Ho moved to Inrieit an item
Mr. Achl thought tho Government
should appoint an Inspector. There was
no necessity for tho Government going
Into this business nnd taking every
thing nway from the people who were
now making n living out of tho manu
facture of pot. An inspcrtor could neo
that tho present pol pounders worked
under the rules of tho Hoard of Health.
There was a law on tho matter already,
but It was a dead letter. It had bt'iu
foiccd upon tho public by a fow who
wanted to control the poi trail o r.nd
ralso the price. A central pol Htatlou
would result ln tho oppicsslon of tho
poor by Increasing tho price of Mio ar
ticle; he believed In a shott time It
would double ln price nnd It would cer
tainly lncrcnso tho chnrgo of ilcliiciy.
The natives wero poor alrc.uly: tho
Government should not make them
poorer. The pol fields were illsippcnr
Ing beforo tho Inndgrabber. It was n
pity but It was true.
Minister Young said It was not to
bilng hardship on the natives, but to
preserve their health that the Govern
ment was acting. Tho establishment of
a central station would pioinoto the
sanitary conditions nnd he.Mth of tho
people nnd would put no tPdtiicllon on
selling pol; nor would It, by llsalf.
nficct the price. He would like Mr.
Achl to stnte if he thought tho pol
pounders would over put up eamta.'y
Mr. Ka-no was In favor of tho Gov
ernment putting up a sanitary station
for pol making; the price of pol war
advnucing on nccount of tho land
speculators. Ha thought the Govern
ment should control the mnnurncturr
of pol from a health standMilnt.
The matter will bo dlsciwssd turther
Adjourned nt C p. m.
Wednesday, April 18.
Tho Council of Stato met yestordav
at 3 p. in. Thero wero present Presi
dent Dole, Ministers Mott-Smlth
Young and Damon, nnd Councilors
Isenberg, Achl. Allen, Jones, Bolto
Robinson, Kaulukou, Ka-ne, J. A. Kou
nody and Gear.
TU? mluutcs of the previous meeting
were read, corrected and approved.
Mr. Iseubcrg presented n petition,
signed by residents on tho routo nnd
two members of tho Dlshop estate, for
a new road along the beach, around
Diamond Head, to extend to Walalao.
It would probably not cost moro than
5,000, would bo a splendid drive and a
public benefit Ho wished the petition
referred to the Minister of Interior for
action, which was voted.
Under unfinished business tho matter
of pol houses was takon up,
MInlstor Young Bald tho great diffi
culty was to keep these shops In a sani
tary condition. Ho rend a lcttor from
Dr. Garvin of tho Board of Health
condemning pol shops aa at present
constructed and run. Ho thought It
was important to discuss tho matter
now. Thoro was a good location near
I the fish market whero tho buildings or
smuon coil u do crecieo, wnuro ur
thlun could bo made clean and nt)
sweet as a nut. Tho sowers would tnko
tho water, nnd tho revise could bo
caited nway. Preparations would b
made to havo the taro cooked on tho
ground by steam and everything could
bo kept up to tho mark. Drlck or stono
buildings could bo constructed, but no
plans had yet been arrangod. Tho
rooms could bo sold or rented like tho
stalls of tho present market.
mr. AchI strongly objected. He was
of tho opinion n monopoly would re
sult in tho nol business. One man un-
I dor tho law could bid In tho wholo
building. Tho natives would bo tho
ones 10 suuer. no nero rupt-muu
argument of the previous day.
Mr. Ka-no said ho was a Hawaiian
nnd must cat pol, but believed In a
central station for Its manufocturo. If
UllTlf wt'iu uujiuwuuuuiu liuiuiun an
tho law that rould bo changed, but the
natives must have good and pure food.
This wns his point nnd It was ncces
saiy. No matter whether tho pol was
good or bad the natives had to eat It.
Mr. Allen supported tho item ana
houses wero taken under Government
I control. There wns the same opposi
tion, but It was dono and good nnd
icvenuo hnd resulted. Everybody bach
ed the policy now. He gavo his expert
CI1C0 ,nt Monnalua with . n Chinese pol
Pounder, who kept a filthy place anJ
I had defied his efforts nnd those of the
Hoard of Health for reform. Tnc
present Idea was n good one nnd lit
Minister Mott-Smlth read and ex
plained tho pol law, its limits and
bearings. He believed in the proposed
change in the interest of sanitation nnu
cited Instances of filthy pol making In
town, which he had seen. He thought
tho question should bo dctcimiucd up
on the mn.icr of sanitation solely,
white people Unro not eat pot as nt
present made; they fcaicd it from a
health standpoint. To enforce sanita
tion under present conditions worn
Pt hardship upon those engaged In
tho business ,and this the Government
did not wish to do.
Mr. Isenbcrg was suiprUo.l to hc.K
the Minister of Foiclgu Attain) declare
that white people would i.ot e.it pol
from tho Chinese shops. Ho .mil bought
nnd eaten pol thcio ami nail tluivui.
or ho thought he hnd. (3r.ti!c"i.i Ho
thought If tho Hoard of HoUtn could
not tako cnio of the matter the quicker
they got out of olllco tho better. Hhmilil
tho poor Hawallans bo foivoJ to como
Into town from miles nro md 10 have
tho prlvllego of getting their pol at
double tho present pi lee? If inspec
tor weie appointed and did their il:it,
thero would bo no tiouhlc. 'J ho tlni.
had not yet come for this thuiuo. 'I he
Hnwnllnns weie dying out fast eiumgli;
thcio was no use making tliem ule
faster. If tho Minister of Interior
would build enough stations lor po!
making, say fuur at $20,0'W c.ic'i, ho
would support It, otherwirto ho Hhoiild
vote lu tne negative.
Mr. Kennedy said that the i hliiChii
restaurants ln town wero wot so il.a'i
tho pol shops mid tho CiovMiimci-c :o
bo consistent, would havo to tnko thorn
over as well, from a saaitii'y ctand
polnt. Mr. Kaulukou sugges3d that if tho
Government would appoint hi in ami
Mr. Achl pol Inspectors, ut good sa'.ai
cs, they would bco tho worn wan piop
srly done. (Laughter.)
The motion to strike tin Item out
was carried by the following voir:
Aye Iscnberg, Achl, Ka litikou, Rubin
ion nnd Kennedy. No Allen, Jours
On motion of Mr. Achl SI, COO w.m in
icrted for a court homo nnd Jail ut
An Hem of $300 was Inserted to re
turn a fee paid by Mr, H'.uxom for a
shipping license, which could not bo
An Item of J1.G00 was Inserted ttv
extending nnd covering n wha'f nt
South Konn, Hnwnll.
On motion of Mr. Gear tho xum of
$1,000 wns tnscited for a cottri houso
nnd Jail at Lanai. Mr. Qoir said thero
were at present no facilities thero for
taking care of those arrested, except a
Judge. Iloth Jail nuJ court houvo w.ro
grcntly needed. Marshal Drown Ind
spoken favorably of tho mattor.
Several Items of unpaid bills, 1899,
wero Inquired Into, amended nnd pass
ed at a totnl of I3.1C0.1C.
On motion of Mr. Gear tho Item of
running expenses for the gntbago c.-o
matory was reduced from $8,u00 to $3,
800. Mr. Jones from the l'lnamo Com
mltteo reported tho total of Act 2, as
passed, to bo 1,449,972.82, which was
Inserted In tho bill.
On motion of Minister Damon tho
bill then went to tho 1'lnnnco Com
mittee nnd will conio up on third read
ing next Thursday.
Mr. Ocar nsked whether tho Oivorn
ment would be able to rpply money to
tho relief of tho Customs nnd Post
Offlco under section 6, vnhh piovldod
for tho slgnnturo of President McKln
ley. Minister Damon repllod: "I havo
conferred with tho Auditor General nnd
ho has said that ho would Issuo war
rants for tho expenditures of theso Do
partments, when tho dork of tho
Council of Stato had given him n cer
tificate when this bill hnd passed the
Council, nnd tho Items of tho two De
portments annotated; nnd also vhen
ho had received from tho Executive
Council their notification that tho pay
ment of these Items was in conformity
with the Instructions 'ecolved from
Adjourned nt 4:4fi p. in.
Thursday, April 19.
The Council of Stato met at 3 p. in.
Wednesday. Thero wero present Presi
dent Dole, Ministers Mott-Smlth,
Young and Damon nnd Councilors Isen
bcrg, Achl, Enn, Allen, Ka-ne, Gon
salves, Jones, Genr, Holto, Robinson,
The minutes of tho previous meeting
were read and approved.
Tho becrctnry lead a petition flora
the residents of Noith Kona aHklng
that certain roads in the district, de
tails of which were given with nmounis
necessary for each, bo widened, extend
ed or repaired nt a total cost of $63,
000 and that $20,000 bo appropriated
for the extension and Improvement of
the wharf at Kallua which had becomo
an absolute necessity. Tho petition was
laid on the table to bo considered with
Mr. Isciibcig under suspension of the
rules Introduced and had referred to
tho proper committees several bills for
newspaper subscriptions and advertis
ing. The reading of Act 4 wns taken up
section by section.
Mr. Kaulukou under suspension of
tho rules Introduced nn Item, "Sub
sidy for Hospital for Incurables, $25,
000." He had voted against tho origin
al Item, but had found that people wore
very generally In favor of tho nld nnd
ho felt It his duty to favor tho sub
sidy. Ho therefore moved tho nmouut
Mr. Allen stated the terms of the
original motion nnd tho conditional
amendment that $100,000 endowment
Mr. Iscnberg thought tho Govern
ment should help without conditions.
Aid wns given the Queen's hospital and
incurables could not go thero. He did
not believe In tho conditional clause,
the subsidy should bo given outright
and nt once.
Minister Damon said ho appreciated
tho generous sentiments of Mr. Isen
bcrg, but this matter must bo treated
practically from a business standpoint,
this hnd been dono lu the establish
mint of the Queen's hospitil liy Ka
rnehamcha and his queen, who hud
ono around personally and solicited
subscriptions to form a fur.d, so that
tho people would be directly Interested
In tho futuio of the institution. The
Queen's hospital also received large
Government nid amounting to about
$(3,000 nnd It was still leeching liber
al support from private citizens. Now
this hospital for Incurables,, which
was so greatly needed, could be put
upon n similar business footing. The
Government would nid liberally, It thi
people have raised $100,000 to mnko It a
permanent thing. Then there would be
no doubt of Its success.
Minister Young said when previous
efforts hud been made ln this direction
some had objected that. If tho hospital
was not endowed It would bo ceitaln
to break down. He thought $100,0uO
could bo raised; there was one-hull
that amount already promised him. He
would line $5,000 set nsldo for the Im
mediate needs of tho temporary hos
pital for Itictti ablcs.
Upon tho vote uelng taken It was
unanimous, anil the Item of $25,000
for n hospital for liicui ablcs was in
serted, as amended.
At this point Mr. Holto. under sus
pension of tho niles, asked President
Dole If he .iail not In January mado tl'u
statement bcfoic the Council of .Stare
that tho Court of Claims should ha'3
on It a majoilty of business men.
President Dole explained that he did
not icmcnibcr, but It was possible he
had mado such a statement. After moro
thoiig.a, however, lie had found the
difficulties In the way to great tint It
wns thought better to make tho Court
of Claims n legal Court composou
largely of lawyers.
r. Holto: "Hut they aro all law
yers." President Dole: "Yes, that Is tmo."
The rinding of Act 4 was continued
by Inserting n total of $1,503,291.20 In
section 2, lino 41, after which th bill
was passed as a wholo and referred to
tho Klnnnco committee to print.
Second reading of Act 3 was nt onco
Mr. Jones moved that tho four Items
under tho postal bureau, for tho salar
ies of eleven clerks, be stricken out,
as restricting tho postmaster In em
ploying help, nnd ho be allowed to hln
clerks out of tho lump sum of $16,200,
ns he saw fit.
Mr. Kaulukou was In favor of tho
motion If he hero paused ant.
turned to tho Minister of Finance II
tno postmaster would pay good salaries
to those who had been In service loi
ten years or moro. A man who had
been thcro ten years got only $100 a
month; a poorer clerk at tho next
window, who had been rocoutly Ut In,
got $125 or 150 a month. He hoped
tho Minister of Financo would call the
attention of tho postmaster to tho mat
tor. Ho wanted men paid without
reference to color or race, no matter
whether they woro whlto, native, Por
tuguese, pako or Japanese.
Mr. Achl was ln favor of Mr. Jones'
motion. A man could not llvo on $45
or $50 a month.
Mr. Gonsalvea was opposed to tho
motion becauso an lncrcauo of salary
meant a decrease of help. Cheap men
could bo hired who wero willing to
accept at tho pay stated ln tho Items..
Mr. Gear said ho understood the
Items woro placed In the bill by the
postmaster. Besides ho did not believe
ln passing salaries in lump sums. The
postmaster doubtless know beforo ho
mado his estimates what ho could get
good mon for; and, as no reduction of
tho forco or lncrcnso in pay had been
nskod by tho official best po&'.ed on
tho needs of tho department, he
thought the Items should jtand ns they
The motion to strike out was lost by
a voto of flvo to six.
Mr. Isenborg movod thnt tho Item
"Traveling Expenses, Inspector Gcn
ornl, $400," bo stricken out. Ho said:
"Tho Inspector General does mighty
llttlo tiavellng, and I would like to
ask tho MInlstor of Publls Instruction,
whero tho Inspector does his traveling.
It Is my opinion that when ho does
travel ho does mighty poor Inspection.
1 know on hearsay, and Its pretty good
hearsay too, that whoa ho lraIs
around, bo pops suddenly Into a reboot
whero tho school teacher Is not lu his
favor, and with his note bock In hand,
asks all sorts of question)) and scares
tho teacher nearly to death, and then
ho renders n report that ga ngulnst
tho teacher. What kind of mi inspec
tion do you call that J I want to go on
record ln making tiiux3 romnrks
against tho appropriation of this Item.
If tho teacher Is not a f ii'orod one, you
may bo suro there will bo n mighty
poor leport sent In to headquarter.!."
On motion of Mr. Gear fJ.LOO was
inserted for operating ga.'bago crema
tory and pay roll, and $li 800 for Hoard
of Health steamer nnd pay roll.
On motion of Mr. Achl tho Item for
pay of pollco, Kauai, was Increased
from $5,000 to $7,000.
On motion of Mr. Goir ibo Hem
pay of police, Oahu, was Increased from
$10,000 to $25,000. Mr. Goar said ho
thought the lncrcnso a necessity owing
to tho class of citizens lately coming
In. Footpads wero tippearing cu tho
streets nnd committing actual :obbvi
les. Mr. Jones of tho Finance commlttov
reported tho total of tho bill $527,916.82.
Third reading set for Friday after
noon. Adjourned at 1:45 p. m.
Friday, Apill 20.
Tho Council of Stato met 'ihursday
at 3 p. m. There woro present Presi
dent Dole, Ministers Mott-Smlth,
Young and Damon and Councilors
Achl, Allen, Robertson, Jones, Ena,
Gonsalvea, Robinson, Ka-no, Isenborg,
Nott, Kaulukou, Gear and Kennedy.
Tho minutes of tho previous meet
ing wero read nnd approved.
Several bills for newspapers, adver
tising, medicines, etc., were reported
from tho various departments nnd laid
on tho tablo to bo considered with the
Under tho order of tho day tho third
reading of Act 2 was taken up and
Minister Damon moved to Insert an
item of $700 to pay for tho expenses of
die Council of State. Mr. Achl after
wards moved to rnlso tho nmouut to
$St0, which was voted down.
Mr. Iscnberg moved that $5,000 be
inserted for tho maln.eunnco of the
present temporary hospital for Incur
ables. Minister Young said ho wished to
second that motion. Ho thought the
aid was timely and nccessaiy. There
ivcro already subscriptions to the
amount of $1,800 on hand; but provi
sion would havo to bo mado until tin
endowment nnd completion of tho new
Institution. In answer to a suggestion
unit moio bo Inserted, ho stated that
y.i.000 would bo enough,
Mr. Robcitson moved that the Item
under tho bureau of public Works foi
repairs, furniture nnd additions to the
Government building bo raised from
$2,801.20 to $7,000. Carried.
'I ho rules were suspended nnd Minis
ter Yoi'ng roported upon the
petition from North Kona In substance
as follows: Thcro is an appropriation
already of $15,000 for a road from Mili
um to South Kohala, which will oxtend
and repair tho road nt Its picsent width
of i feet. If tho noxt Leglslntuic
wishes to widen tho road, ns petition
eis nek, the money tan then o appro
priated. 'luo widening of tho upper road be
tween Huthiil nnd South Kona Is not
an urgent necessity, except from Kal
lua to South Konn. Thero is $5,000
available to keep tho load ln good re
pair; It not being tho Intention to
widen tho road at present.
No special piovlslon has been made
for tho road from Kallua to Holualoa,
but tuero Is $7,000 for tho branch road
from Kcauhou road to Kallua, which
will greatly relievo the Iloiualoa road.
No special provision has been made
for tho Kulua-Honokahau road.
Tho road between Knliun nnd Ku
hului Is nlrcady provided for In tho
lump sum for tho district. The road
from the latter plnco to tho mnukn
Homestead Is also partially provided
for In the samo manner..
The oxtenslon of tho Kallua wharf Is
provided for, as fnr ns tho landing or
I boats la coucorned, In tho current up-
lopiiatlon for landings and buoy
In consideration of the Ian
mounts nlrcady Inserted ln the A.
zioprlatlon Dill for ronds In Nor.
.ona, and tho prospects In tno near I
tie for a legislative session, I won
ecommend that tho Items at preset
n tho Appropriation Hill nnd part.
:ovcrlng the Items ns asked In the p
tltlon, bo not Increased.
Under suspension of the rules Mil.
later Young reported on the roa
around Diamond Head. Ho bad gon
over tho proposed road with the ron
upcrvlsor and several gentlemen the
nornlng. He thought a new roa
ihould take the lower, or beach, routi
Tho upper road would bo nn expeu
slvo Job, although it would bo a bettc
rond for tho tourist from n scent
sindpolnt. The lower rond, however
would open up a quantity of good Gov
ernment land. Ho thought $5,000 toi
little, but It could be supplementei
from tho general fund, which wai
amply sufficient His opinion was thi
road properly constructed would cos
from $12,000 to $15,000.
Minister Damon stated the Blsho
Estate had already donated 100 fee)
nlong tho shoro for tho road.
Mr. Kaulukou said tho old road wai
near many homesteads. Would th
Government keep the old road open
and in good repair?
Minister Young replied that was the
Mr. Gear asked it in building the
road they Intended also to havo the
road branch off running nround Dia
mond Head nnd coming ln on tho mnu
kn side, nftcr tho plan of Mr. Dinner's
survey, as this shortening would bo a
Minister Young replied that It tho
roaa was built such a branch road
would also bo constructed.
Tho various Items for nowspapcr
subscriptions wero inserted. Mr. Ken
nedy asking, if tho Government was
supposed to pay for tho nowspnpers ol
Its employes. Mr. Damon explained
that tho paper for tho tax office was
necessary. When Mr. Isenberg moved
to Insert tho last Item, later on, Mr.
Kennedy wished to know, If ho had any
moro subscriptions In his pocket.
'1 he Item for Support of Military, un
paid bills, was raised to $48.68; the
Item expenses Survey nnd Field Work,
unpaid bills, wns mlscd to $344; nn
Item was Inserted, roads and bridges,
iinuul, Hannlcl, $5,000; tho item ut
medicines, unpnld bills, wns raised to
$720.44; support nnd malntcnnnce of
hospitals, unpaid bills, was raised to
$20.25; support of non-leprous chil
dren, unpaid bills, was raised to $171.
03; expenses under net to mttlgato, un
paid bills, raised to $9; Insane Asylum,
unpnld bills, raised to $27.75; support
and malntcnnnco of prlsoncis, unpaid
bills, raised to $134.50.
T..e total of tho bill was amended to
Mr. Gear aBked, if any provision had
been mado for running tho water
works at Lahalna and Watluku.
MInlstor Young said there was pro
vision for Walluku ln the pay rolls, as
everything would at present be spent
for labor; thero was no provision for
Lahalna water works.
The consideration of tho bill ns n
wholo wns deferred until Frldny and
referred to the Finance Committee to
report on the totals.
Adjourned at 4:40 p. m.
Tho Elite Barber Shop has opened
their New Parlors at the Occidental
Hotel and aro readv for business.
Savings Deposits will 1
received anil Interest allowod by till
Bank at four and one-half per cent
Prlntod coplos of tho Itulos and Rep
illations may bo obtained on application
Oltlco al luiik building on Morchan
nisnop A CO
Pioneer Bui ding anc
ASSETS, DEC. 31, 1899, 112,677.S.
Money loaned on approved eecurlt)
A Savings Dank for monthly deposit!
lloiiHpa built on tho monthly Install
Twentieth Berl " ot Stock Is no
OFFICERS T. F. Lansing. Prem
dent; S. Ii. Hose, Vlco President; C. B
Oroy. Treasurer; A. V. Gear, Secretarj
DlltECTOltS T. F. Lansing. S. B
Hobo, A. V. Gear. A. W. Keecb, Henrj
Smith. J. L. McLean, J. D. Holt, C. II
Gray, W. L. Howard.
A. V. GEAH.
Chamber of Commerce rooms.
ufflco Hours: 12:301:30 p. m.
A FEW VERY TSSIRABLE BUILD
NG LOTS on Ninu Avenue, at NIc
opa, Nuuanu Vallej 'or sale. Apply tt
J. M. h "'NSA.RRAT,
Cartwrlfcht Block, erchant street
Chinpsii and Japanese Firms.
Jomestlc Servants, Sailors and General
Office Hours: o a. ro. t p. ai
P. O. Box 862.
3oom 1, Spreckels Block
Done in Crayon or Oil.
Pictures Framed In any style
Framed Pictures for sale.
NpW Mnnlfllftcrtt fnr Pmmm k..
King and Alapai streets.
N4r 14mMuln Ca4 V.t.
Is l'repareellto Supply at Short Notice
STONE FOIt BUILDING
SOIL FOR FILLING &QBADINC4
At Lowest Prices Pleaae apply or
ii-nvt: uruurH HIOIUCO Of
.T I. If an! tilrjta.
1101 Ilelliel street, masks, I O.
W. W. AHANA
323 Nuuanu St.
fine Baitings In Kngusn, Scotch and
American Good mde to order.
telephone 668. Powtoffloe box 988.
Watchmaker and Jeweller.
OOLDAND NILVKR PLATING.
213X King street. 1277
T. KATSUNUMA &lCo.
A. K. OZAWA, Mmcw.
GENERAL BUSINESS AGENCY.
Temporary OAct: Rook, t urtUIr Syrtdnli tultd.
Y. MAN SING
Has Removed From Fort Street to jn
nuuanu airen, opp. uoo Kim's
Dresses Made To Order.
A fill ASSORTMENT OPMCKICAN. ENGLISH AUD
01.U I till V.LUTII OK HANK
No. J19 Nuuanu ttrcet, llnolilu, H. I.
Good work and first-clast fit guarantee!
noimi lltancJ an Repilrta.
Corner alakea and Kino Stshti
GROCERY AND FRESH FRUITS
always on hand. FRESH P1NEAPHLES
for sreclal order, and CALIFORNIA
FKUITS bv every steamer and also ISL
AND BUTTER. DHIvcry Free. Tel. jG,
No. 6 Nuuanu St., talow Mtfduat, Honolulu.
MERCHANT : TAILOR
jwn auiiauicca 10 ana in uua irlu.
Clothing madt to order) Uollorau a ipaclalty.
Uotntt cltantd and rtnalred at raaaooabl ratal.
The World Register
Keejm tho Cabb whilo you aro hny,
Try one 0
On Maibleand Granite,
Fences and Lawn
H'dW'D IroD Fence and Monmneiita Co,
41 Klntr Hfrt.
G. A. 6R0TE
Merchant -:- Tailors
Cleaned and Repaired
FIRST CLASS WORK GUARANTtHD
Union St. near Hotw. 150,