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TI1E EVENING BULLETIN: HONOLULU, U. 1., PltlUAl', MAIIOH 23, 1U0O.
Oceanic Steamship Company
The Fine PasaoDgor Steamers of This Line Will Arrive at ace
Leave This Fort as Herenndor. ,
Prom San Francisco: For San u icvisco.
AUSTRALIA April it
AUSTRALIA July 4
In connection with the sailing of the above ateamers, the Agents
are prepared to issuo, to intending passengers, coupon through
tickets by. any railroad from Ban Francisco, to all points in the
United States, and from New York by an? steamship lino to all
For further particulars apply to
Wm. G. Irwin & Co., Limited,
General Agents Oceanic S. S. Co.
Pacific Mail Steamship Go.
Occidental and Oriental Steamship Co. Tojo Kisen Kaisba
Smiki of the abort cosspanin will call at Honolulu and leare thli port on or about the
For Japan and China:
Gaelic March to
Hontfconc Mara nprii T
China Apr 1 14
Oorle April u
For general Information apply to
H. Hackfeld &
Canadian - Australian Roval Hail Steamship Couipany.
Steamers of the above line, runntnc In connection with the CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY CO.
v. .,.. n r. an Kvdn.v. N. S. W.. and calllnr at Victoria. B. C. Honolulu and Brisbane
era DUB AT HONOLULU on or about the
ROM VANCOUVER AND VICTORIA. B. C.
Pa. Rrl.baiM and Svdnev t
,. April 14
out) tlcketa litued from Honolulu to Canada, United States and Europe.
Pajsace and all federal information, appiy 10
Theo. H. Davlcs &
Lines ol Trawl
Wilder Steamshio Co, Ltd,
6. 8. Kinau,
MOLOKAI, MAUI, HAWAII,
Change In Sailing of
On and after Tuesday, Nov. 6, the
steamer KINAU will sail from Hono
lulu on Tuesdays at 12 noon, for Kau
aakakal, Lahslna, Maalaea Bay, Kind,
tfakena, Kawalhae, Mahukona, Lau
hoehoe and HHo.
Returning, will, sail from HHo on
Fridays at 2 p. m. for above named
sorts, arriving In Honolulu on Satur
days. Passengers and freight will bo taken
(or Makena, Mahukona, Kawalhae, HI
lo, Hakalau, Honomu, Papalkou, and
Passengers and PACKAQES ONLY
frill be taken for Kaunakakal. Lahal
aa, Maalaea Bay, Klhel and Laupahoe
ot. 6. 8. Claudine,
Will leave Honolulu every Tuesday
at I P. M., touching at Lahalna, Ka
einiiii Nnfiiku. Hann. Hamoa and Kl-
sahulu, Maul. Returning, touches
at above named ports, arriving In Ho
aolulu Sunday mornings.
Win call at Nuu, Kaupo, once each
8. 8. Lehua,
MOLAKAI,, MAUI, LANAI.
alls every Monday for Kaunakakal,
Kamalo, Maunalel, Kalaupapa, Laha
Uta, Honolua, Olowalu. Returning ar
rives at Honolulu Saturday mornings.
This company reserves the right to
make changes In the time of departure
Sa arrival -i Its steamers WITHOUT
NOTICE, and It will not be responsi
ble for any consequences ar-' j there-
Consignees must t n tad wading
la receive their freLSt IV" 5
Mny will not hold Itself l,rrponiSH
ior freight after It has been landed.
Llvs stock received only at owner's
This company will not be responsi
ble for moner or valuables of passen
gers unless placed In the care of the
VfLWwi are requested to pur
kass tickets before embarking. Those
i.iiinar ti. do so wU be subject to an
Mldltlonal charge of twenty-five per
Tke company will not be liable for
.. nnr lnlnrc to. nor delay In,
Ue delivery of baggage or personal
Cecta of the passenger beyond Mm
Amount Of 11WW, wuma um tsu- .
a amme be Afaitd, at or befot.. wael
asms bs fjrd. t or befot.. e
T5 V 5X- fraigbt paid
MOANA... .March jo
AUSTRALIA Apr! it
. May 15
For San Francisco :
China March m
Doric March 31
Nippon Miru April 10
Rio da Janeiro April it
Coptic April it
Co., Ltd., Agents.
datet below stated, vli t
FROM SYDNEY AND BRISBANE,
For Victoria and Vancouver (B. C):
, Mlowera April ti
, Aorangl May 0
, Warrlmoo June 6
Mlowera July 4
1 Aorancl Aug.
For Fretfht and
Co., Ltd., Gen'l Agents.
Lines of Travel.
All employes of the company are for
bidden to receive freight without de
livering a shipment receipt therefor In
the form prescribed by the Company,
and which may be seen by shippers
upon application to the pursers of the
Shippers are notified that If freight
is shipped without such recentt It will
.be solely at the risk! of, the shipper.
u. u wight, President.
S. B. ROSE, Secretary.
CAPT. T. K. CLARKE, Port Supt.
"The Overland Route
Is Thirteen Hours Quicker Than via
Any Otber Route.
'The Overland Limited"
Runs Everyday In the Year Buffet,
Smoking and Library Cars with
Btrber Shop and Pleasant Reading
Dining Cars (Meals a-la-carte)
Drawing Room Palace Sleepers etc.
No Change of Cars.
D. W. HITCHCOCK, Genral Agent,
i Montgomery St., San Francisco.
J. H. LOTHROP, General Agent,
35 Third street, Portland, Oregon.
L. LOMAX.G.P. &T. A.,
O. R. & L. Co.
From and After January";!, lfi9.
ai. Sun. Dally
ei. Sun. Dally Dally
A.M. P.M. PM.
PeailClty ,.,, f:ij
Honolulu ,, t:u
V. C. Bum, Gen'l Pass, at Tlekst
Chinese and Japanese Firms.
Domestic Servants, Sailors and General
Office Hours: 9 a. m. to 3 p. m
P. O. Bex 862.
Boom 1, Spreckels Block
Done in Crayon or Oil.
...Pictures Framed In any style.
...Framed Pictures for sale.
King and Alapai streets,
Near Honolulu Stock Yards.
W. W. AHANA
323 Nuuanu 9.
Pine Suitings In Engusn, Scotch and
American Good do to order.
-Postoffloa box 986.
Hop Wo &"Co.
CRASH, WHITE DUCK
AND KHAKI SUITS
At Lowest Prices
Satistaction Guaranteed . .
Aloha Block, Fort St. Honolulu. H. I.
Watchmaker and Jeweller.
GOLD AND SILVER PLATING.
213X King street. 1277
T. KAT6U1NUMA & Co.
A. K. OZAWA. Manater.
GENERAL BUSINESS' AGENCY.
Temporary Office: Room t upstairs Sprackeli tralld.
tar. Tel. 544.
Y. MAN SING
Has Removed From Fort Street to
Nuuanu Street, opp. Goo Kim's.
Dresses Made To Order.
From 314 Nnunnu street to larger prem
ises, No, 319, on the opposite side of the
Corner alakca and Kino Strcets
GROCERY AND FRESH FRUITS
always on hand. FRESH PINEAPHLES
for special order, and CALIFORNIA
FRUITS by every steamer and also ISL
AND BUTTER.-Delivery Free. Tel. 3C3
wry 1480 ' '
No. 6 Nuuanu St., below Merchant, Honolulu.
MERCHANT : TAILOR
4SrSults guaranteed to St and In lates styles
Clothing nada to order! Uniforms a specialty.
Clothes cleaned and repalrd at reasoaabla'ratea.
Architects. Contractors and Builders.
G.A.Howard, Jr. Robt.F. Train
HOWARD & TRAIN,
Suite 7. Model Block. HONOLULU,!OAHU,.il.l.
P. O. Box joj. Telephone 9S0
H. L. KERR & CO.,
Architects and Builders
fieo W. Page Tel. mo
F. W. Beardslee P. O. B,ox 778
BBARDSLEE & PAGE
Architects & Builders
Office: Rooms 2-4, Arlington Annex,
Honolulu, H. I.
Sketches and Correct Estimates furnish
at Short Notice. 1441
OF ALL KINDS.
Dealers in Lumber and Goal.
Queen street, Honolulu,
POWER OP COUNCIL OP STATE.
(Continued fioni pngo 1.)
Milliliter Cooper roitlil 'Hit ho, If tlio
Council Imil pirncr of iifit' ItepiM, way
tiny toulil not volo inonoy If uy nil
tlio Ulilliiitouu Mr" rliiiiiiH. unit tlio
Kxcctitivu Council wlt.i fu veto on tlio
Council of Blnln.
Mr. IsenlierK niitrd who then wns
rosi'onnllili) for tliu $lt,U00 I'spcmlcil
ocr tlio ilO.OGU tniBtiiiilly roqurstcil liy
tlio liontil uf IIlmIIU.
Mr. K:i-no wanted to (IIhciijs tlio
nui'sUon to sec tlio end of it. Commit
tees were Investigating items in nil
tlio departments, yet it w(V3 nlcil v.'hat
authority tlio Council had to deal with
them, llo thought the motion wiin in
Mr. dear held tlio motion to bo In
order, nml tlio Council to liavu tlio
power It asserted. Ileing iiskcil by tlio
President how tlio power hub confer
red, by tlio constitution or oy l'rrslJrnt
McKluIey, tlio speaKur Kthi no niu not
think tlio Council liml tlio ilglit to
liiaku u luino part of.tlics.i iippropilu
tlons, hut ulicu tlio Council was asUcii
to mako these npproptlatioi.s it ougl.l
to havo tlio power to niter wic Items.
If they weru given tlio authority by
tho President of tlio United States U
pass ixqulslto tipproprlatlous, tliey
certainly hnd tlio power to nmek micli
changes In them 118 they neemeil wise.
Tho appropriations nro inndo for two
years, so that they bo approved by
Mr. Dnmon'H Pottltlon.
Minister Damon nrgtied thnt tlio
power claimed In tho motion was con
ferred by tlio telegram from tint Sec
retary of State. Ho thought I10 hnd
covered tho ground in Introducing1 I ho
bills. Tlio ljxccutlvo Council needed
tho advlco and cooperation of the
Council of Stnto to completo tho au
thority under wnlch tlio Uxpcutivo wos
then acting. To securo H10 very best
results they must hnvo the advlco of
the Council of State on nil of tho Items.
If they clioso to insert new Items U
thought It wise for tho Uxccutlvo to
accept the Items without llscusslon.
No thrco or four men could n-nko the
appropriations perfect. President Mc
Klnley did embody nutlioiity in hlB in
structions for tho Council to insert
now items. It was not to tho Executive
Council but to tho Council of Stnto that
this authority was sent. Tho execu
tive fixed tho authority of this Council
by asking It to como In here.
Minister Cooper could not under
stand why tho Minister of Finance
took a different stand thero from what
ho did In tho Kxecutlvo Council.
Minister Damon answered that his
views were to bo found In the records.
Mr. Young 6pcuks.
Minister Voting Jocosely remarked
that tho Minister of Finance had no
superior In thrashing down Items. Mr.
Damon had told them in tho execu
tive Council that thero wa.i ;o much
money and they must cut their coat
according to their cloth. As to the
bridge mentioned by Mr. dear, that
was a kind of item that could .not be
.cut Whatever, it would cost to mako
tho brldgo reach' across tho stream and
givo it stability and endurance must
be expended or they would' not have
the bridce. Ho had no objection' to
the motion. So long as lt'was''for the
good of the country, bo was willing to
havo as many Items put in' the bills as
tho Council of State pleased.
Mr. Mott-Smlth's View.
Minister Mott-Smlth told of the dif
ferent view he had taken of appropria
tions since tho receipt of tho telegram
from Washington. Before it arrived
ho had told tho Commissioners of edu
cation that no now schoolhouscs could
bo provided for in emergency appro
priations. In such a case as that of tho
post oillco tho matter was one 01 ne
cessity. This telegram had consider
ably Increased tlio powers of tho Coun
cil of State. Ho considered now thnt
they had a defective hill inasmuch or
it had been prepared before thnt trie
gram was received. The Council of
State now had full power of legislat
ing appropriations. Tho words "at the
request of tho exccutlvo Council"
formed simply the basis of action or
the motive power. Ho considered tint
they had now tho power not only to
enlargo or reduce items but to put in
new ones. Accordingly ho had prom
ised his Commissioners to bring In all
the now schoolhouscs ho could.
Mr. Jones 8upportn Motion.
Mr. Jones supported nil tho claims
made In tho motion. Mr. Gear's re
mark about tho brldgo ho thought very
appropriate. That matter of tho peti
tion was entirely new business, and
that was why ho thought It might wait
over a little. Ho saw, by tho Territor
ial bill that a general election was to
be held on the Tuesday following tho
first Tuesday In November of this year,
but tho Governor was given power to
call a special election beforo that time
Ho considered tho first duty of the
Governor would bo to call a special:
election. I am sure If I get tho Job ,
iuu. a kiiu iitni, ijtiiiaj 4 aim 1 a uu.
needn't laugh, becauso I havo tho ne
cessary qualifications I am over 35
years of ago and n citizen of Hawaii,
Minister Damon said tho mora ho
read tho telegram tho moro ho was con
vinced on tho point. "Requisite ex
penditure." Is It n requlslto expendi
ture? That wna nil ho should ask re
garding any proposed new Item,
. Mr. Kaulokou spoko of their being
under tho thumb of tho Attorney Gon
oral, Robertson Settled It.
, Mr. Robertson noticed that tho dis
cussion had drifted entlroly Into the
merits of his 'motion, Instead of tho
question of whether It was In order
raised by the President. Ho ield that
tno Council was loft to bo tho Judge
of Its own powers as to interference
with tho subject matter of ihcso bills.
lit. nnist for Itself Interpret tho con
stitutional provisions referring 10 us
own existence. Tho way to settlf It
was to tnko a voto on tho question at
Issue, If tlio (mention hnd been ruined
In tlio case of tho pardon referred to,!
it motion like the present 011c would
have been In order, im tho Council
would hnvo to Interpret Its power fur
Itself. Thero was 110 senso In tho ob
jection that tho executho heio hnd 110
veto on the Council's action. The
President of the United States Iih the
right of veto. If wo Insert an item of
$!!,Uuo,JO0 for paying danns'i'S eaused
In suppression of tho plague, It would
bo tlio duty of tho local Kxecutlvo to
notify tho President of the United
States that this was an Item It had not
recommended. Tlio Council would 00
handicapped 111 tho consideration nnd
pnssngo of these bills If it did not havo
tho power to Increase or decrease tiny
Item, or insert any new items If wo coo
It necessary. Wo must take tho power
Into our own hands. Tho committee on
Judiciary will only support Ilei.n that
wo deem necessary. That tdiould bo
tlio position tnKcn by nil tho other com
mittees. Thero nro n great many itcnw
thnt might bo desirable, or the pass
age of which might make things marc
convenient, for tho Government, yet
if not absolutely necessary for tho enr
dying on of tho departments they
should not bo passed.
President Dolo said ho would allow
the motion. As Mr. Clear had p 'operly
observed, tho Council could not legle
lato itself new powers, but It had the
right to Interpret tho brief dispatch
from Washington. A body appropriat
ing public moneys would bo very much
handicapped if limited In tho passing
Tho motion carried unanimously.
A petition was presented by tho
President from Henry Zcrba, -isklng for
relief In paying his claim of $720.20 for
services In the custom liousq '11 1SD0-
97. Tho Supreme Court, whllo declin
ing to enforce tho claim, had tacitly
nlllrmed Its Justice and .'cfcrred it to
On motion of Mr. Jones it was re
ferred to tho executive, o.'er motions
for the Judiciary nnd Finance Com
mittees. Mr. Robertson presented .1 report
of tho commlttco on Judiciary and At
torney Gencral"s Department, recom
mending Items for passage and modi
fication. Laid on tho tabic to be con
sidered with tho hill.
Mr. Hoblnson slmllnrly reported
from tho Commlttco on education and
Foreign Affairs, and tho report took
tho same course.
Minister Damon presented a request
from the Hoard of Health for an ad
ditional appropriation of $250,000 for
suppression of bubonic plague. Ho
.nt the same timo Introduced n bill for
tho Immediate appropriation of S10,
000 for payment of Inbor to como out
of the proposed new grunt. He want
ed both propositions referred to a com
mittee. Mr. AcliI moved, seconded by Mr.
Allen, that tho bill for S 10,000 to pay
Board of Health labor pass. It was
Intimated by tho President that this
matter did not como under tho special
authority of this session, as it did not
have to bo submitted to President Mn-
Kinlcy because It carao strictly under
tho constitutional powers of tho Coun
cil. The bill passed.
, Mr, Damon then moved refcrenco to
n committee, but Mr. Robertson object
ed that It was new business.
President Dote remarked that the
matter of tho larger item, involved so
much that tho Minister of Flnarico de
sired n committee to investigate It.
Mr. Jones did not see how It could
be done now. It should come from tho
President Dolo said it was not to
make the appropriation but to givo ad
vlco that tho Council was asked.
Mr. Jones said It would bo all right
If they had anything beforo tho house.
Minister Damon plaintively remark
ed that his position was all right until
Mr.Achl mndo his motion to pass tho
labor bill. Ho then withdrew tho $250,
000 proposition until It could bo pre
sented on requisition of tho executive
The Council adjourned until 3 p. m.
With twenty years expe
rience, King Bros, claim first
lace as picture iramers. You
will always be satisfied if you
have this sort of work properly
done. Enough said. KING
BROS., HQrWl .street.
FRESH ENTERPRISE' BOCK.
The first of tho season at the Mer
chants' Exchange Just arrived by last
Australia. . This Is brewed only onco
a year. Come boys and quench your
thirst, for It's a long time to watt for
tho next brew.
The over popular Rainier beer is be
soming a housohold word and "will
rou have a glass of Seattle," Is more
ri" ?n. Ba,oon ha8 tte boer on toP.or
often heard than anything else. The
Merchants and Commission Agents.
Carrv f Complete Line of Hardware, Crockery, Saddlery, &c. Paints
Oils and White Lead.
GENERAL PLANTATION SUPPLIES.
Agents for Clarlphos & Dick's Balata Belting
This Belling Is acknowledged by several b5 the most expert engineers on tfet
Islands to be the best, most durable, and least expensive.
Also Agents for Kelchefer Bros.' GRAY AGATE WARE, of which a full -Is
A good selection of IRON BEDSTEADS, MATTING, LINOLEUM. lAHtf
MOWERS, GARDEN HOSE AND FITTINGS. ,' tA,,L
Lime, Cement, Fire Clay and Fire Bricks.
Plumhurc Vie. va
""""""i "'v j'-Tm
.-..- ... , new
75 and 79 King Street
TELEPHONE NO. 81.J
NOW is tho timo to get leaks MX
broakagos Men to, and ;
Roofs Put in Order
By competent wotkrnm
H. T. SHAW & CO.
Old Fire Tower, Union Stroet.
Wo llguro on nothing but tho Let..
of wcrk and tnntei Inl, letting all work,
IIiun lnxiirlng you ugultmtull sewer gan.
Estimates carefully given.
Jobbing promptly attended to.
Fori the Plumbing
On that new liouso that you'are
about to tmiltl or tho aKorationB
yon nro intending to make Ion
your property. Call and eeelme
and got an oetimato.
JAS. NOTT, Jr,
Practical Tinsmith and Plumber.
Shop: Beretanla street. 4 doors east
of Punchbowl. Phono Mi.
Hour 7 a. m. to 6 p. m,
Jobbing promptly attended to.
W. H. Bartm,
H W. Bast.
Honolulu Sbeet Metal Works,
Galvanized Iron Skylights and Ventilators,
Conductor Pipe and .Gutter Work.
Rlcbarde Street, bet. Queen and Merchant, Honor) 1
aW Jobbing promptly attended to.a
King street, ner. Railroad Depot,
Plumber antl Tinsm'th
All work promptly and carafa.lv
nttflnrtxd to. '7T
The World Register
Keeps the Cash while you are otiay
Try one s
On Marble and Granite, y
and CEMETERY '
WORK. . . ,
Fences and Lawn K.
HaWn Iron Fence an. lonuenfjl Gt
S4I King" Street.
When Km Waqt & Rig
RING UP THE.
Livery, Boarding and
618 KOHT STREFT.
Stable 'Phono, 477
Hack Stand 'Phones, 310 and 7r.
111 Fort Stiikkt, NextUo.Lucas MIIL
Best on the Islands .-
Delivered i:e.;dally to-'iany.'part of
A GOOD THING
4 u a e
Ohti, Algeroba and Pine" finwv
Out and Split (ready for the Stovs),
StOYE, STEAMS BLACKSMITH C0A
WHITE AMD BLACK BAHD
Lowest Prices,, delrmed to any par
II Queen Btreet.
jfen. .rtk&wu.4Laifttru -. MJa:At. -'.ei5.;W - '.tbtiC
1 L' ViVvUA. f v wt-Ai.