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THE KVKNINO UOLLKTlNs HONOLULU, 11. I.. rVTHlWAY. Ai'llU, c.8. HUH).
Council of State Adjourned
Monday. April 23
KiiIIowIiik Ik Urn resolution immpiI nt
Iho Council of Htato tills afternoon
dealing with the Court of Clnlmn
Honolulu, April 20. 1100
Whereas th records of tin Couiuii
of Stnto show that on Jnnimry 22d, ll)o'
Prrshlcnt Dole nnnouticcd to tho Coun
cil of Stnto: thnt ho would nslt Presi
dent McKluloy to approve of tho ap
pointment of n Court of Claims In con
nection with the fire of Jnnunry 20th,
1900, nnd thnt such Court should rim
lnt mostly of business men, and
Whereas, on April 2d, 1S00. such a
Court of Claims wns nppolnted by tho
Executive of the Government, which
Court had five members, all of whom
wcro lawyers, nnd who were to conduct
tho proceedings of the Court under the
following rules, thereby making such
a Court a Court to consider primarily
the legality of claims rather than their
Justice and merit'
Here Mr. Dole's executive order Is
given In full.
Whercns the net Introduced and re
eonimenJed by the Kxecutlve, appro
priating funds for tho carrying on of
r;1I Court, wns lnld on tho table by n
.(manlmnus vote of tho Council of
State, which action met with unqualifi
ed endorsement of tho citizens nnd
residents of the Kepublio of Hawaii,
Whereas on April 11th the Council of
State adopted the following resolution,
nfter the wholo of the correspondence,
between the Kxecutlvo of Hnwnll nnd
President McKlnley, referring to this
mntter, had been lnld before It:
Here the Holto resolution asking for
a new court Is quoted.
Whercns tho Kxecutlvo Council re
ported on this resolution on April 8th,
Tho Executive's reply to Mr. Ilolto's
resolution Is quoted In full.
Whercns It appears from the ubove,
as well ns from tho correspondence
with President McKlnley nnd from tho
long tlmo elnpscd between tho receipt
of the authorization from President
McKlnley and the appointment of the
Court, that tho Executive has changed
its mind nnd Is now trying to evade the
responNlblllty assumed by It on Jnnu
nry 22d, 1900, therefore be It
Resolved by tho Council of State:
First. That the interpretation by the
Executive Council of tho words "Just
claims," by tho statement thnt "un
authoritative recognition of a claim ns
just must 1)0 In accordance with the
Hawaiian lnw," would be a correct In
terpretation If tho words had been "le
gal clnlms," but ns the words used
by tho Council of Stnte In the resolu
tion of April 11th nre "Just clnlms,"
there Is no such nmblgulty of meaning
as tho Executive Council has tried to
force upon these words. Tho Inter
pretatlon of the Council of State of
the words "Just claims" Is: clnlms
which nre "true, accurate nnd equl-
tnble." This interpretation menns that
every claim should bo considered on
its merits nnd no claim thrown out on
strictly legal or technical grounds, fol
lowing out the principle that all prop
erty destroyed by tho Government for
tho public good should bo paiu tor uy
tho Government.. This principle, has
been followed out by other govern
ments ns well ns tho Hawaiian Govern
ment in similar cases, viz.: Payments
during tho last twelve months by tho
Governments of Hongkong and Cairo
of nil dumngo done In tho suppression
of the bubonic plague, nnd payment
threo years ago by tho Hawnllnn Gov
ernment of nil damage done by tho ac
tion of the Hoard of Health In the sup
pression of tho epidemic of cholera.
Second. That, ns the Executive
states, that no reasons arc set forth by
tho Council of Stnto why tho present
commissioners of thn Court of Claims
should be dUmlssed anil n now Court
bo nppolnted, nnd ns the Exccutlvo
Rive ns reason for the maintaining u(
tho present Court of Claims, consisting
of flvo lawyers, thnt tho practice and
precedence of all Hawaiian Courts
must be upheld; thnt It Is tho sense of
tho Council of Stnte that tho very rea
son that tho practice nnd precedent of
all Hawaiian Courts must be upheld is
tbo reason why thu Court of Clnlms
should consist of business men, ns It
Is tho understanding of the Council of
State that all questions of fact nro do
cided In tho Hawaiian Courts by jur
ies composed of business men, and le
gal nnd technical quratlous nro left to
tho Judge, who presides.
Third. That tho Council of Stnte
considers thnt nil powers relative to
tho Court of Claims ns well iib to np
proprlatlons for settlements of nwnrds
mndo by such Court, cmunatoy from
President McKlnley to tho Exccutlvo
Council ns well ns to the Council of
Stnto nnd thnt It Is therefore not ne
cessary for either tbo Exccutlvo Coun
cil or tbo Council of Stnto to extend
tho law, even If they hnd such discre
tion. It Is therefore not necessary to
tntall further hardship upon tho large
number of sufferers, who hnvo lost
their all, by waiting for legislative au
thority. Fourth. That, ns tho Exccutlvo Coun
cil refuses to nccept tho ndvico of tho
Council of State nnd docs not heed
resolutions to tho same effect paused by
tho Honolulu Chamber of Commerce
slid by muss meetings of tho sufferers,
thnt, therefore. In order to rellovo tho
present unfortunate situation u soon
ah possible, tho Council of Ktato rn
Hieclfully rffiurntn that President Mc
Klnley mlvlso tho Exccutlvo Council
of Hnwnll ns to what further stop nre
to bo taken In this matter and also Hint
tho Heerelnry of thn Council of Ktato
forward coiile of thce roHolutlmis to
ITmldfjil MoKlnlny nnd lo tho Uu'cii
live Council of Hnwnll.
I'. (I, ,H)NIH,
J, A, KKNNHDV.
I-' J. I KAW.IJKOIJ,
A V. GHAH.
H K KA-NIJ.
M. A. GONSAI.VES
W V. AI.I-EN
V. C. ACIII.
JOHN NOT l
M. P. IIOIII.NSON
Honolulu. April 2.1d. 1900.
At 3:15 the Council adjourned with
Tuesday, April 21.
Tho Council of Stnto met for the
Inst tlmo probably yesterdny nt 3 p.
m. There were present President Dole,
Ministers Mott-Smlth. Young nnd Da
mon, and Councilors Iscnbcrg, Achl,
Knulukou, Allen, Gonsnlves, Robert
son, Jones, Gcnr, lloltr, Kennedy, Kli
ne, Nott nnd Robinson.
Tho minutes of tho previous meeting
wero read nnd npproved.
Mr. Gear asked the Minister of For
eign Affnlrs for the correspondence of
the Wellington Stnto Department
nbout tho disposition of tho clnlms of
aliens Imprisoned ns suspects In 1S95.
Minister Mott-Smitb replied thnt af
ter annexation the correspondence with
foreign representatives terminated nnd
tho settlement of tbo mntter wns re
.erred to Washington. Hon. If. M.
Sewnll hnd been furnished witli full
memornndn of tho mntter nnd tho lat
ter gentleman hnd handed him n nolo
In refcreneo thereto ns follows:
"I hnvo th ehonor to mlvlso you thnt
I am In receipt of Instructions from the
Secretary of Stnto to tho elTcct that
nil clnlms existing against Hawaii in
fnvor of tho subjects or citizens of
foreign lands prior to nnd ut the tlmn
of Its annexation to tho United Stute.4
nro referred back to tho local Hawaiian
government for Its consideration nn I
Mr. Gcnr nsked If this was nil of the
correspondence which passed.
Minister Mott-Smitb replied that one
letter had since been received In which
tho additional word "'determination"
hnd been Inserted and the clause of tin
instructions relating to the claims now
stood so that they were referred to tin1
Hawaiian Government for "considera
tion, determination nnd settlement."
Mr. Genr nsked what tho ocenslou
wns for tho second letter nnd wny hnd
the word "determination" been added
to the Instructions. Had the local gov
ernment written to Washington nnd
drawn nut tho nddition.
Minister Mott-Smlth replied that ho
did not now remember whether tho
government wrote directly or whether
tho Inquiry wns made through Mr.
llartwell, who knew what was wanted.
Mr. Gcnr nsked If Mr. Hnrtwcll wns
tho Spcclnl Agent of the Foreign Ofllce
Minister Mott-Smlth replied that ho
wns not, but wns tho spcclnl agent of
tho Hawaiian Government nnd was
paid out of tho Consular and Diploma
Mr. Robertson nsked If Mr. Hnrtwcll
had found out nbout the mntter of
Minister Mott-Smlth replied thnt tho
.Instructions, ns amended, were doubt
less tho reply to Mr. Hartwcll's inquiry.
Mr. Gear moved tho adoption of the
resolution regarding tho Court of
Claims, which wns published In yes
Mr. Robertson said he would voto
against tho resolution. Ho did not
think It wns tho proper function of the
Council of Stnto to nslc President Mc
Klnley to glvo ndvico to tho local gov
ernment; It wns not proper under the
terms of tho Constitution. Wo should
not bother President McKlnley with
me details of our local affairs. Ho bad
too much respect for rrcsldcnt McKln
ley to ask this of him. Ho should bo
sorry to seo tho Council of Stnto get
ting down to such little woric. Resides
he thought that eoino of tho statements
made wero Inaccurate. Ho cited tho
claims paid during tho cholera tlmo,
when somo garden nnd tnro patches
wero destroyed. If anything else wns
destroyed nnd paid for he did not know
what, and did not think anybody else
did. Ho held tho resolution wns be
yond tho province of tho Council of
Stnto ami wns impertinent.
Tho resolution wns adopted, nil tho
Councilors, except Mr. Robertson, vot
ing In tho ulllrmative.
At 3:35 p. m. tho Council ndjourue.d
Tuesday, April 21.
Tho Government hns letters from
Washington containing tho news giv
en In tho second edition of tbo Ilullctln
yesterdny. President Dole rcgnrds tho
coufcrcnco commltteo on tho Terri
torial bill a very good one.
A telegram hns also been received by
tho Government announcing thnt Pres
ident McKlnley has extended tho Juris
diction of tho Court of Claims, for ad
judication of snnltnry lire losses, to
cover tho Hawnllnn Islnnds instead of
merely Chinatown ns In tho original
President Dolo said no to n question
ns to whether tho Court of Clnimn
could proceed without supplies being
voieii by tho Council of Stnto.
"Then tho Council of Statu hns stall
crt tho wholo business?"
"Yes," unswcicd tho President.
Thursdny, April 2,
Tho members of the Philippine Com
mission went down tho tond to fiwn
this morning In company with Hpocl.il
Agent Kownll, Captain Merry nnd n
number of others. Tonight tlicy will ho
unlet mined nt dinner ut Iho homo of
Mr. Kowull In Wnlklkl.
Threo of Iho elegant iiuat thalr enr
built nt the 0. H. & U Co.'h uhops In
Honolulu formed part o.' tho tpcclnl
I in I n Hint riiirled Iho I'hlllypliu Com
iiilwilim pwly down romuiy today,
Kiteh lino npi'diiii'im of Hawaiian lioum
iimiiiifiwtiiru In nillvviiy mriiw imi.t
Imru Miniigly Jiiipiomil tho riniimiit
folks with Hie lulvfiiuuineiit of ill Ml."
Ill IhlrM llillis.
I From the Seat of War i
(Associated Press Special.)
London. April 17 At last Roberts
seems to bo on tho evo of making lilt.
mnln ndvnnce towards Prctorln. Un
less nil the usual rellnblo sources of
Information nnd nil tho Indications
smuggled past the censor nro nt fault,
the IlrltlBh nrmy within n few days
will bo marrhlng northwntd.
After many premnturc nnd unfound
ed repoits thnt havo purported to tell
of this movo thero Is naturally oven,
in tile best Informed quartern con
sldernblo hesltnncy In settling upon
thn day Lord Roberts Is likely to lenvo
illoemfonteln, hut there Is n settled Im
pression that It will occur cither nt tho
end of this week or the beginning of
The long, weary wait In tho Free
Stato capital has apparently effected
n much needed rehabilitation, though
it Is nrobablo Lord Roberts would still
i further havo delayed his advanco had
I not the Poor nctlvlty forced him to put
I his forces In such position that unless
they quickly proceed northward the
strategic advantage will be lost.
Th ecrltlcs agreo In tho supposition
that the advanco will bo mado In para
llel columns with a broad front west ot
.ho railroad, the third nnd eighth di
visions sweeping northward to tho
extreme northwest, tho entire forco
amounting to 75,000 men.
Exactly whnt part General Puller
will tnko Is htlll n secret, which no one
is able to probe.
From the seat of war, there Is sig
nificant silence. From Tho Hague
comes the news thnt the Hoer delegates
refuse to mnko public the object ot
I their mission. They hopo to bo rc
1 eelved by Queen Wlllielmlnn, but noth
ing In this direction has yet been do.
(Associated Press Special.)
Maseru, Ilnsutoland, Monday, April
10. tho Ilocrs for two days past have
been displaying great activity nlong
Iho neddersburg and Rouxvlllo road.
Their scouts report that tho Uritlsh arc
advancing on those places to tho relict
of Wcpener and the Hiirghcrs conse
quently are divided whether to remain
or to retire. A majority of them dc
sli'i' to abandon the Investments of
Wcpener, fearing to lie cut off, whllf
tho minority, led by Commandant
Olivier, nro reluctant to. movo ns long
ns thero Isn chnnce to cnptnro Colonel
Scouts hnvo just repotted rlllo firing
in tho direction of Thnunnchu.
London, April 17. The Dnlly Mull
has tho fololwlng from Lady Snrnh
Wilson, dated Mafeklng, April nth. The
pinch of hunger Is beginning to bo felt
nnd relief seems more distant than
Since March 31st thero has been no
shelling until today. Commandant
Snyman having tuken Ills burghers to
bar Colonel Plumcr's road. Today,
however, he returned nnd the bombard
ment wns renewed. Tho mllltnry au
thorities says tho Urltlsh artillery has
nothing to compare with the guns nov
in use by tho floors.
London, April 17. Tho War Office
tonight published in tho Gazette a
dispatch from Lord Roberts, dated Fen
runry 13, submitting General Uullcr'o
dispatches describing tho Splon Kop
nnd other operations from Jnnunry 14
to Jnnunry 24. Lord Roberts deals
severely with General Warren and
somo others. Even General Duller docs
not escape. Lord Roberts complains
that tho plan of operations is not
clearly described in tho dispatches,
After sketching General Puller's Inten
tions, ns communicated to Sir Charles
Wnrren, who commanded tho wholo
force, Lord Roberts points out that
General Wnrren seems to hnvo con
cluded nfter consultation with his otll
ccrs that the flanking movement order
ed by General lluller was Impractica
ble, and therefore so changed tho plan
of advance as to necessitate tho cap
ture and retention of Splon Kop. Lord
"Ah Warren considered It Impossible
to mnko tho wido Hanking movement
which was recommended, if not actu
ally prescribed, In tho secret instruc
tions, ho should forthwith havo ac
quainted Puller with tho course ho pro
posed to adopt. Thero Is nothing to
show whether ho did so or not. Hut
It Is only fair to Wnrren to point out
thnt Duller appears throughout to havo
been nwaro of what was happening.'
Regarding tho withdrawal from
Splon Kop, thu retention of which had
become essential to tho relief of Lady
smith, Lord Roberts says:
"I regret to bo unable to concur with
Huller In thinking Thornycroft exor
cised wlso discretion In ordering tho
troops to retire. I am of tho opinion
that Thomycroft'o assumption ot re
sponsibility and authority was wholly
Inexcusable. During tho night tho
enemy s lire could not have been for
midable, and It would not havo taken
more than two or threo hours for
Thornycroft to communicate by mes
senger with Major General Coko or
Wnrren. Coko appears to hnvo left
Splon Kop ut 9:30 p. m., for thu pur
poso of consulting with Wnrren. Up
to thnt tlmo tbo Idea of withdrawal had
not been entertained. Yet almost im
mediately after Coke's departure
Thornycroft Issued tho order, without
reference to superior authority, which
upset tho whole plan of operations nnd
tendered unavailing tho sacrifices mndo
to carry It Into effect. On tho other
hnnd, It Is only right to say that
Thornycroft appears to hnvo behaved
In n very galuint manner throughout
"Jt Is lo bo regretted that Wnrren
did not himself visit Splon Kop In tho
afternoon or evening, knowing, us ho
did, Hint Iho titnto of iiffuli h wiib very
ciltlcnl nud that tho loss of tho posi
tion would Involve tho fulliuo of thu
operations, Ho cniiKcquciitly was
(ibllK'ul I" Hiiinmoii Coko lo his head
quarters, mid Hi" roinmniid nt Hplon
Kop thus devolved on ThnniyiTofl, mi-
I llnrtwcll'H AHptrnttoliH.
Washington, April 13. Mr. Il.irt
well, who lias been here during the
meat back with him. lie has fall R
ed In securing much that he has
advocated In the formation of legls- k
lallon for the Islands and has not k
...... . . I l. .. !
Sniaue ns strong an imyiosiun us k
should be desired for a represenla- J
5j tlvc of Hawaii. hki. .mho R
known to Coke, who was under tho Im
pression thnt tho command devolved
upon Colonel Hill ns senior oulccr.
Omissions or mistakes of this nature
mny bo trifling In themselves, yet they
may excrclso nn Important Influenic
over the courso of events, nnd I bellovc
Puller wns Justified In remarking
'There was a want of organization and
system which nctcd most unfavorably
on the defense.'
"Tho attempt to relievo Ladysmlth
was well dovlsed, nnd I ngrco with Hul
ler In thinking It ought to havo suc
ceeded. Thnt It fulled may In somo
measure have been duo to tho difficul
ties ot the 'ground nnd tho commanding
positions held by tho enemy, nnd prob
ably nlso to errors of judgment nnd
want of administrative capacity on the
part of Wnrren. Hut whatever faults
Wnrren may hnvo committed, tho fall
uro must nlso bo attributed to tho dis
inclination of tho officer In tho supremo
command to assert his authority nnd
seo thnt what ho thought best was
done and also to tho unwarrantublo
and needless assumption of responsi
bility by a subordinate ofllccr.'
Tho dispatch concludes:
"The gratifying feature of these dis
patches Is tho admirable behavior of
tho troops throughout tho operation."
Aliwal North, April 14. Colontl
Greufell wires that the casualties at
Wcpener lucludo Qunrtormnster WIN
Hums, Lieut. Halford and Lieut. Dun
can nnd 15 men wounded.
Sir Godfrey Lagdcn, resident Com
missioner nt Mcsru, telegraphs thnt no
shelling has been benrd from tho direc
tion of Wcpener today. reglmsnt of
Urltlsh infantry nnd n battery of ar
tillery arrived Friday.
General Hrnbant'tt hcndqiuirt ux and
all the mounted troops have gone to
London. April IS. 1:65 p. m. Lord
Roberts' criticisms of Genera Hnllor,
General Wnrren nnd Colonel Thorny
croft continue topics of ncuto Interest.
All the afternoon papers comment nt
lengtn on the strictures of the British
commander-in-chief In South Africa,
taking tho same lines ns tho morning
papers, praising Lord Roberts for his
frankness and speculating upon what
the publication of the dispatches at the
present tlmo portends.
Somo of them maintain there is noth
ing left for Gcncrnl Huller but to re
sign. Tho St. Jnmcs Gnzctto Is par
ticularly scathing. Referring lo Gen
eral Puller's report It says:
"Never in tho history of nrmlcs did
It happen thnt generals scribbled their
confessions of falluro and defeat, of
useless deaths of men and of discredit
to tho flag in n manner which suggests
a careful selection from tho forced
Jocular manner, tho slangy language
of tho horseman, and tbo gabblo of the
smoking room in tho evening."
Tho Globo declares that "n more
pitiable record ot Indecision In plan
nud confusion in cxccttlon wo hnvo sel
dom read," and adds that what little
reputation General Huller had left baa
been scattered to tho winds.
Practically no developments havo
been reported In today's South Afri
can cables. A despatch from Warren
ton, dated Tuesday, April 17, says:
"Finding tho Hocrs busy making now
trenches wo exploded lyddite shells,
following up these with tho Maxlmi.
Tho enemy's ambulanco was afterwards
observed on tho spot."
From Wepcner thero Is nothing inter
tlmn Lord Roberts' message t yester
day nnd presumably neither slilo Uih
gnincd nny particular advnntngu at an
point In tho theater of war since the
last official despatches wcro received.
Loudon, April 18. It Is persistently
Insisted In military circles that Lieu
tenant General Sir Charles Warren, tho
commander ot tho Fifth division in tho
South African field forces, ban been or
dered to return home.
It Is said that a peremptory order for
General Warren's return wns cabled to
South Africa this morning.
Thursdny, April 20.
Under dato of April 12, a Now v'orlc
correspondent of H. Waterhoimo &. Co,
"Our market for raws, OWI113 lo lack
of competition, declined recently to
4c. for centrifugals. Tho situation
was unnatural nud did not last, nud
values arc again up to l'ic., being our
present basis. Tho American Sugar
Hellnlng Co. nro showing this season
an unusual lack of Interost In Java
sugars to arrive hero In Ausust-No-vejnbcr.
Uusually they try to secure
theso. It diverted to other countrbM
It wlil nt least not bo detrimental to
your Interests. Thn Cuba :rop Is only
turning nut nbout 335,000 tons, In nd
dition to thu effects of tho war, tho
drought has caused much tred enno
planted to ho lost. Tills la nit dl.i
cnuruglng to now Investors, nnd It
will bo sororul yonrs yet before Culm
grows enough sugar to affect prices of
thn product from more distant coun
tries, nnd It certainly looks ns though
I UIU IIUVI.'IIJJIIIIUIIl llllliu WIIUIII IJII IIIIICJI
slower than wo nntlclpnted, even u year
Tim Trlhuno'u graceful model, Its
strength nnd rusu of fiction makes It
prfi-nnliiciitly n favorlto with every
v entire session of Congresi, Is a L
w candidate for the position of United
3 States District Judge for the Islands. 1
3 It Is probable, however, that Mr. f
a tl.l....ll ...III nt .,... lit. nt.nttxl.
,"1 IlililWCII Will llUlltlllV 1IIC n,.
Office of the Board of Health.
Honolulu, H. I April 21, loco.
Report of cases of plague In Honolulu to
veek endltiR April 21, 1900:
Previously reported 71 c'
vVe.-k ending Apr 1 21,1900. o
Nationality American 1,
Japanese 1, Irish 1.
Total number cases to datc.71 61
In the hospital this date t
Executive Officer, Board of Health.
NOTICE TO HACKMEN.
Notice Is hereby given that fiom and
after September 30, 1900, Rule No. 7 of
"Regulations for Carriages and Rates ot
Fare," designating the stands set apart
for licensed Carriages In Honolulu, will
be abolished, and there ifter no Stands fir
hacks will be allowed upon any fthe
Streets of this City.
minister of the Interior.
Interior Office, March 28, 1900.
Holders ot water privileges, or those
paying water rates, aro hereby notified
that tho hours for Irrigation purposes
aro from 6 to 8 o'clock a. m. nnd from
4to C o'clock p. m.
Superintendent Water Works.
Approved by A. YOUNG,
Minister of Interior.
Honolulu, Juno 14, 1899.
You will find it at the corner
of Hotel and Bethel streets.
Headquarters for ALL the
Sports and Race Horse Men.
A No. 1 Liquors a specialty.
B. Lemon and F. Woodman
will attend to the WANTS of
Seattle Beer kept at a Tem
perature Unequalled in Town.
John Dewar, Kellock's AA,
Green River and Old Govern
ment Whiskies and the verv
best of everything else.
his former location, corner
Fort and chaplain Lane.
And Is now prepared to supply ever
variety of Cut and Growing Plants
Sprays, Bouquets, Wedding and Funera
Desiens executed on short notice.
A large variety of Roses and other plant!
FINKE & CO.,
Visitors are cordially invited tc
call and inspect our gallery of life'
size royal photos, from Kamehamehu
I. to date.
At tbo Old Stand
On Fort Street ::
W. II. BAKTH, II. W. BAVTH.
Honolulu Sbeet Metal Works
Galvanized Iron Skylights and Ventilators
Conductor Pipe and Gutter Wc1'.
Hlcbirii Strut, Ut.Quttn nl Merclunt, Huolj',
WJobUnc rromptly ttnJl iu.C
Tel. Whlto41. I'. O. Hox 273.
H. F. BERTELMAN'S
To rear of old stand, Entrance on King
itrect, Order, left at either shop, or office,
at lolm Nott's (tore, Klin; street, will re
celve proinp' attention, MJl'tf
Agents, Broti! and Jobbws.
W. G. Irwin & Go
AGENTS FU It
Western Sugar Refinery Co., m M,
Baldwin Locomotive Work! K'
Philadelphia, l'enn., U. & A.
Newell Universal Mill Co. (NattMKi
Ciitie ttbrdilrr),New York, O. . fcl
N. Ohlandt & Co'a Cbemtcal rtrMfM
Alex. Crosa & Sons, high tnm fJH,
tlllzora for Cano and Cot,
need's Steam Pip Corarlag,
ALSO OFFER FOR SALI
Pararano Paint Co'a P. ft M.
ana Papers; Lucol and.
uii8, raw and boiled.
Indurlne (a cold water yalatJL If
whlto and colors.
Filter Press Cloths, Cement Mcs
and Dr.cfcs .
CASTLE & COOKE,
J5 Wlilutrlcolfil Co., 1 1,
Th. Kohali Sue.r Co.
The Wiimta Suri un Co.
Th. Kolo. Agrlcultuul Co.
The Fulton lion Work., M. tooll. ttt.
Th. Slindird Oil Co.
Th. Go. F. BUk. Si.a Pobbi.
Th New England Lift Inturuc Co, l Iti
1?' I Fl" ,n-Co-of HarMorl. Chi.
Th Al"rr Al;rrf Co nt I nn4rr.
Agents for tho California and Oriin'
tfrn. G. Irwin & Co,
Wra. O. Irwin, President and HauajM
Clans Sprcvlttls YlcaPrNiaMC.
W. 1.1. Glffnrd.. Second Vice PraaHaaai
H. M. Wnttne7, Jr..... Treaa. aal fj
Geo. J. Rosa AsCMaV
Aainia or m
OEANIC STEAMSHIP COMPAKl
OF HAW KKANnTHOO. OAT.
BREWER C0., Mil).,
Queen aircct, Honolulu H. t
Hawaiian Aeilcultural Co.paoy, Am.rtcaa III,
Cumpany, Ookala Sugar Plant Co.. Onoata Bit.)
Co., Honomu Sugar Co., Watluku Sugai Co., Main
Sugar Co . Haicakala Par Ji Co., Molokal Raaaki
Planter'. Line San Fr 1..U0 PacM kti. Br
k Co.'. Lin. ol Domn Packet.
LIST OF OFFICERS
C. M. Cooko, Fresldent; George 11
KobertKoii, Manager; K. F. Bishop,
Treasurer and Secretary j Ool. W. P,
Alton, Audit r, P. O. Jones, H. Watar
hntifrp, Quo. R. Carter, Dlrectora.
QUEEN ST., - HONOLULU.
The Lancashire Insurance O.
The B ilolse Insurance Co.
Union Gas Engine Co.
Domestic Sewing Macl ne, Big
ml. .thiiiups & obT"
Wholesale Importers and Jobbari
laropaan and American Drj scmi
Fo t and Qneen Straeta.
riL. HACKFELTJ & OOUi
luHERAL COMMISSION AQ
gnr. fort ..ml Qurton Htrwata Honohl
Honolulu Iron Works.Co.
Improve nd modern SUOAR tfaj.
CHINKHY uf every cupacltr and el
acrlptluu tnudo to order. Dollar warm
and IllVBTBD PIPB8 tor 'niMUaii
imriiomia a specialty I'artlniaar attauZ
tluu paid to JOU VOKh ud rapajli,
eiHcutcd at rihnr'rtii notlr
btfnsral Manager of
Ib Kqu'tablo- Life Assurance Sodtif
Of t)i UnlUd Bute, for tna Ua'wUlM
Orruai MrUut um(. Ha