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i rfc i? $ BTAUTHOEITI ACT :r. ' A Art t Aae4 iH S mJ. KntiOr4 " Aa Ac Hetettngr WBop Chapter 1X mt .a xfc l t !. Aiw ni h lfc Ir rf oaawy. a. a. itwa. Be rr jtacw hy Kaa and Adroorr Ooaarife of tt GawaoMBt of A Ha Scene 1 Section S at Chapter IBS of the Scmmob Law of ISM reJaticfc Stmsap Duties, is hereagr araeoded so tht sud awtim shall read as Jettww : "ctk" 35 o center awy j corporate shall after the pabUcmtox th Act, issae or cVfirer aay certificate of the ownership of stock, in or of each cccpocatioB, aor aote th l or tnuarfer ofzsTstaere or shares of so insaeh cartNcatknriponthestoc&beakaf sat corparatioa, except sack w certificate or the certiBeate se shall ban aftred ifeeKte stanape of the rata of tweaty ceais for each oa hoadred delfeirs, or fraction thereof of toe par the shares of steck represented or erted ay sacfa eertiicate. wbfcfc stamp; shall be paid fcr "b the persoe to whoes sneii shall be tssaed aad delivered, ec by the persoa: -who reoaests the aoting ef sack sale or txaasfec of Steele In the steck book of the earyoeatfeiu Provided bewerer, that the stamp dety above provided foe shall set be held to apply to eertaaeates to the owaer of the shares represeeted brsaefc certificates ia eases where there ie o chance of of sack shores, and that b case of to a fanaer owner, the officer of the company ieeetBc; the stoek, thai! sate on the certificate the -words f re-Mae," aad siga the saaae. Aad it shall be the datr of the ofieer aaaUae the aaaaalexhrhitof each body earyocste to the Minister of she Interior, to iadaaV therm a s vara stetetneat of the aaer bar sad par vale of the shares of the stedfc thereof, certificates isr vluch have bees issaed or delivered, or Ue sale or traaster thereof aoted in tfee stcck bcoir of the corpcratiea ioris the peried coveted by sceh. eiMbk. who shaE vioeate any- of the ef this section, shall be sc&ject to a See of not less than fifty near mere than trvo hemdredaad ifty dollars, upon thereof before any Magistrate. Sscnos 2 T3m Act shall take effect trod the dote of its paWieatmi. Approved this 1st day of Jose, A- D. EB. Pigaed. SATOED B. DOLE, President ef the Provisiecal Goverasient f the EawaSan. Iskads. CSferasdl J. A. Kbs, 3&aster sT lafcsrMr. 33f ACT S. At. Aot to JLxaenA Chapter 32, of 1SD2, entitled "An Aotto Better Define the Sishts o"Deieaisnts in Cases to Sail. Bt ir.EaraexiB by the Executive and Advisory Ceeaefe ct the Provisional Governraen; ef the Hawaiian Islands; Sscneir 1. Chapter 32 cf the Laws of 1SS2, entitled "An Aet to better define the rbhts ef defendants in erimin.tl cases to bafl,'' is hereby amended by adding asotner seccon thereto, as tooows : Sscnear a. Provided, however, that Ir: cases of arrests fer the offense of or fer any cf the offenses set forth in AetScf the Acts of the Provisional of the Hawaiian Islands, entitled An Act to amend Chapter 6 cfthe Penal Code relating to Treason,, cr for the offense ot seditions conspiracy, set fcrth in ActS cfthe Acts of the Provisional Government, cf the Hawaiian Islands, entitled 'An. Aet concerninz offenses', the person arrested shall cot be admitted to bail without the consent of the Attorney-General, who shall have feS asthcrity to refuse bail in such cases." SicnasS. TMsAct shall take effect upon pcfcSeatfcn. Approved this 2& day of Jure, Jl.D.133. Signed. SANFOED B. DOLE, President of the Provisional Government of the Hawaiian Islands. ISigned.1 Minister of the Interior. Mr. WILLIAM McWAY5E haa this day been appointed Assistant Lena to Soads and T.and." frsca and Diamond Head, to and alongPcnchbcwI Street te N'cuac Street, Hocolahi, Oahn. J. A. KING, Master of the Interior. Intense 0ce, Jsce 1, 1SP1. 2oxicsr. Neciee is hereby gives, that in accordance with the $eiat actfce ef the EzecsSve and Adrfecry Councils cf the GarenuHeat of the Hawaiian Islands, the President has this day appelated and cemmissosed SAMCEL MILLS DAMON, Esq., to adataiir the iVtai tataat of Finance of the fVoritNaal tiovacaateat of the Conuicsbaa Barter, to,., rest?ed. Gomaiaaas Hove, Itawfcm, H. I., ilav 29, 1S98. 339&- Cot- TenaVr; wiH ba teirwi at the Office of the Bvardof Fdwcatwa. aalfi XESIXAY, th Stst of Job aest, at I o'ebxk aooev tar the coastraciioa, witarfrf, ymntfac, fceieht, etc, of a Sehoalhoate asrfSiU ieet dear, and a OTftaeH m fi ISfeat with Twnada sad Tccaada roaas,t A piace above aaawd. Oartageof themateriat froaa the school site, will be free to the cootraecare. Fiaaeaad spucifieatiaK fer the work, can be sees at the OSes of the Beard of Education, sad at Mr. G. K. E waifs, Kikaea,Kaatt. These badtaes, will be siadiar te those reeeatiy erected by the Board ef Edaeatioa. at UaaaaaalK, Kaaai. Ihe Board dees act bflbd the lowest or say leader. V7. JA5. SiUEU, Secretary. OiSce of the Board of Education, May K?2SS5t Sule of Government Lots, Esplanade, EConolulu, Oafcu. On VTED"ESBAY, Jnce Hth,lS9S, at 12 o'deci boos, at the front entrance of AKfciiat Hale, will be sold at pabik arret ice, Lots Xos. 79 and 71, Esplanade, HcBofeis, Oaha, cootaining an area of 1S.CC0 sqaare feet, a little more or less. TTpset price $2,eC0 foe each k. J. A. EXNG, Minfeter of the latexior. Interior Office, Maj Itth, 1S83. .Gavemseat Pesed Hetfce. Is aceordasee with SeetioB 1 of Chapter XXXT of the Session Laws of A. D. 1SSS,I have tbfe day set apart an eoeksBre in Halibia, KakhiE, District of Haaalei, Eanai, far, the impounding of estrays. JAMES A. KESG, Minister of the Interior. Interior O&e, May 18th, 1S9S. Me. E. W. 3A0HENTJI has this day been appointed Pocndmaster for the Government Peond at HnKhia, Kaklan, Dfetrkt of Hanafci, Kasai. J. A. KiMi, Minister of the Interior. Interior OSce, May 1 6th, 1S93. 33S2 Jane 11, 1S93, being the ef the birthday of Kamehameha I, faHins on Sunday, MONDAY, June 12, 1S33, wiH be observed as a Pnbhc Holiday, and all Government Offices throcshoct the Hawaiian Islands will be eksed gb that day. J. A. KING, Minister ef the Interior. Interior OSce, May 24, 1S93. Sale cf GoTemmenr. Lots at Ka- lnaopalsca, Kalfhi, Oahn. On FRIDAY. June 9, 1S93, at 12 ockck noon, at the front entrance of AHjejurii Hale, will be sold at public auction, Government LotsNos. 20 and 21, at Kalnaopalena, KaHhi, Oahn, containing an area of 2 53-100 acres, a little more or less Fpset price S-506. JAS. A. KING, Minister of the Interior. Interior 0ee, May 11, 1S93. 3379 Pormd Itotice. Mr. W. S. WOND has this day been appelated Poaadmaster cf the Government Poead at Mamma, Ewa, Oabu, vice J. Sciahc, resigned. J. A. KING, Minister of the Interior. Interior Ofiee.May 16, 1S93. 33S2 1450 3t GoTemment Found Notice. Mb. PETER JOSEPH has this day been appointed Pocndmaster cf the Government Poond at Sala, District of Makawao, Maui, vice Mr. Naaieono, resigned. J. A. EXNG, Minister of the Interior. Interior Office, May I6th, 1S93. 1420 3t 50TICB TO HABIBZES. A Channel 2M feet wide and30 feetdeep at mean low water haa been cat ttrocgh the take sp estrays on aE the Government J har at the entrance to Honolsla barber. The center Kce of this channel tears N. The line of the harbor hght (red) and tbe irmer Hght (ereen) tear3N'.S520'FtrnC and feat tscehea the east side of this channel at the ccter end. The See af the harbor light (red) and the CfocXTewerof the Hboofefc Plantsallfll oa Port street bears N.SS COT 2. and jtut tacehes the west ade of this channel at the ccUrecd. The harbor has begs dredged to a de?ia af 23 feet at auga low water ftrr a Iec&lk of over SCO fee aJcsg the Padie MaB task. I. A. KING, 3ficti:erof the Intense Departeseot of the Islicdi, May e, IiQS. 1172-3 32754 Meg ii Oners of Branfls. All Btaa u:, hj b. Ki priarte Jarr lt,I88,ar tatrwiU b f lad cas Jbwftw tv aafcastfefed KtHsfcarioc o Oaha siaJl ba wtd at ttwlatetior OAce. Oa the athor Iaad? ft skill bedaae at ta Oace of th sTcal ShedSS. G. X. 'W1I.COX, Jihaatec of the Interior, laterar OiBc. Dr. i 15. itSHt K. P. HOSE. Sj, Uas this day bwa a XotarV iohio far the Stcoad Jadktal tSreojt of the Hawaiian Islands. I. A. K1XQ. Muifchf of the Interior lateriarOfiea.Ma.rn.lSSS. T. BaJOfDT, Ksq., has this day to Xotary PnhlB for the Filth cial Ciicmit of the Hivtcama Iiliiads. J. A. KISG, Minster of the Interior. InteiKrO&ee,jIayS.1535. EDWA1U) STREH2, Esq taj this day Uwaacpointed Xotary Public for the Filth Judicial Circuit ef the Hawaiian Islands. J. A. K1XG. Minister of the Interior. Intsrwr 0ce, May S, 1S93. . 1 IS03 J. M". KAPAHU, Esq has this day teen appointed aa Agent to Grant Marrisse Licenses for tha Island of Xiihan. J. A. KING, Micister of the Interior. Interior OEce, May 27, 1KB. HSI-3 Trm Itlufrtiseinnua Notice of Trade Mark qpHE OWXSKSHiBOFTHE NAME i "C0L08AD0'" as.applied to mineral lnbricatins oils, havih been assigned to the undersigned, a corporation doing business onder the laws at the Hawaiian Islands, the pablic is hereby notified that said name has been registered in the office of the Minister of the Interior in a book provided for the pnrpose. Dealers are cautioned against oSering for sale a lnbricatini: oil tinder this name, "The Colorado Oil" except that purchased through, cs. THH HAWAIIAN HARDWARE CO., 307 Fort Street, Honolulu. June 1, 1S93. For Salei I A FEW MASTIFF PUPS E for sale". Enquire of r "" P. P.. ISENBEKG, "Waialae. Tor Sale. -i COLUMBIA B ACER, WEIGHT 2Sj JL pounds, in condition in every respect; in nsa only short time; will sell at a bargain. Enquire of TV. E. BROWN, This Office. HOESE BBEAKIlJfl t cQ Eeasonable Hates! CtEnqnire of i E. ISENBEEG, Waialae. itohan, SEAE CCST0M HOUSE. HOSOLCLU, Imported and Dealer In Japanese Provisions, Dry Goods, AKD EVERY UWE OF JAPANESE 3IANTJFACTUBE. IiUat! orders fiUhtaiij illed able pricei. Is qsiatitlrs to sit. p.o. boi its. - - CASTLE & COOKE lilt's AJTD ITEKE INSUIAICE AftEHTS - AGENTS FOB - HEW ENGLMD Life MDTUAL Insurance Co. OF BOSTON, .Alliance A ssrrraiice COMPANY Or LONDON, MtnsL Fire Insurance Co OP HilRTPORD. Pianos For Stent ojHPiST. PIAlf 06 IS GVOU OitiJZE framUQ to YIJU3 tx nicitr. MUEIC 0EPAP.TMKKTO1 THE ffiWJIIAK 5K' 4&A- T f'fi HauaIIAN 6AZKTTL, TUESDATj JUNK 6, 189?. 3 AT TEE CAPITOL. ! ,w?&h0M ,r old THE M0NARGH1 . BECOMES TIDING OP THE PAST. tho H'ort of tho StRte. , ' From Dolly, June 3.) The troops from the barracks who had moved in tho previous day, had ha.rdly time to sottle themselves in shapo in their permanent abode in the basement of the new executive building, before the exodus from the former govern ment building to that place began. Early yesterday morning the doors of the executive building were thrown open and details of workmen were made for storing the necessary furniture in the suite of rooms upstairs. The entire ground floor and the suite of rooms on the Ewa side of the building upstairs are set aside for the use of the executive council. An Advertiser reporter was shown through the building "yesterday afternoon. At the time of the visit the big safes of the finance department were being taken into the main entrance on King street preparatory to placing them in the finance office on the ground floor. The minister of finance will occupy the blue room, which has been stripped of its belongings and now looks litre a staid and austere banking establishment. The great safes were taken in on temporary floors, and the attorney-general stated that it was likely a new vault would soon be built for the further accommodation of the new atate. The minister of the interior will make himself at home in the large dining room on the Ewa side, which has also been put in shape to be made useful to the taxpayers. With the exception ot the old throne room this is the only one large enough to accommodate the interior department. The minister of foreign affairs and president of the executive will climb the grand staircase and take possession of the two rooms on the Ewa side, formerly occupied as the bed chamber and library of the last king of Hawaii. The rooms were in a happy state of confusion yesterday when visited, and the workmen were busy removing and arranging books and tables for the new occupants. The attorney-general's department will be situated in the large bed chamber in front of the foreign office, but the business and law office of the department will be situated in the court house (old government building) across the way in the room now occupied by Judges Whiting and Uooper. The old throne room wasfaeing arranged for the council chamber, and the executive and advisory councils will hold their sessions there hereafter. The fine room will be well furnished and whenever the occasion arises wiU be used for public receptions, audiences, etc. In the basement of the building the regular troops are domiciled. The kitchens were in full blast when the Advertiser reporter visited the new quarters yesterday, and the long tables were being laid for the approaching meal in the wide haU. The men not on duty were taking it easy in their cosy apartments on each side of the main hallway. In the Ewa end of the basement is the military headquarters. Colonel Soper was found at his table in the mauka room. Paymaster McLeod was busy at a long table paying off the men, and everything seemed to be running like clock-work. The most of the furniture in the bungalow has been removed, and it is now being prepared for a headquarters for the staff offices of the volunteer forces, but will need a general cleaning up before it is fit for occupancy. The old carved tahle upon which the bodies of the Kamehamehas were laid out after death was seen standing in the walk on the Ewa side of the building. It was tabu to the natives around the premises, and none of them would go near it or touch it They did not eem to have the Eame fear of ti.s tabu lately laid upon wthe palace" by the kahunas to keep the haoles out, and after the tary bad taken ferns! possession of it forty-eight hours ago, showed no heatancy in going to work any uuuuiiig, win oe iiseu lor Un Jaw lioivirtmenta and thu courts. The supremo court departments will not bo changed. Judges Whiting and Cooper will occupy tho old forvign ollicw. Tho present council will bo used for chamber work ana jury trials on special occasions. The room to be vacated by tho attorney general will bo used sis a jury room. .. - " . ! '1Ju ""migration otlico will be TAeOenr Executive Bumiug is niovtd to tho room raontoti by the -.-. v-.,,v Man illl'(tcu A-l "v W UlU IIHUilVr, t JtXSO III desk of tho commissioner of agri culture and forestry. Tho office of tho board of health and registrar oi conveyances, and tho laud oflico will remain as they are, as will the oilices in tho survey building. IN TEE COUNCILS. IOLANI PALACE TO BE UALLED EXECUTIVE BUILDING. Toseph I. iSendoaca. Elected to the Vacancy. The councils met Thursday afternoon promptly at 2 o'clock. There were present Ministers Dole, Damon, King and Smith ; Councilmen Hatch, Emmeluth, Allen, McChesney, Brown, Bolte, Wilder, Morgan, Is'ott and Tenney. The minutes of the previous meeting were read and adopted. A petition was presented from stock raisers, mainly on the island of Kauai, asking that a bill in amendment of the branding cattle law be prepared. Eeferred to the judiciary committee. Under unfinished business the secretary read a second time the bill amending the stamp act. Passed. President Dole stated he had re ceived no official news regarding Hawaiian affairs. He read, however, a semi-official dispatch from "Washington to the Boston Transcript (received by the Monowai for the Advertiser and published elsewhere) on the Hawaiian situation. Mr. Brown called attention to the fact that a rumor was in circulation, coming presumably from Hon. Harold Sewall, to the effect that President Dole had received information by the Monowai that the United States would not entertain a proposition for annexation. Mr. Brown asked if there was any foundation for the statement. President Dole replied that there was absolutely no foundation for the report and said it fuUy illustrated howrumora grew here. Mr. Sewall had called at the foreign office that morning and had held a conversa tion with him in the presence of Ministers King and Smith, but nothing that would warrant such a rumor transpired ; Mr. SewaU had seemingly misunderstood them entirely. Continuing the president said that while he had no direct or positive information of an official nature, there were many significant facts which pointed more lately toward a United States protectorate, preceding annexation. While perhaps none of these facts alone would warrant a conclusion, taken together the' pointed very strongly that way. He believed mat tne united states was inclined to look at the matter in this way, and that we would very likely have a protectorate as stated. The government was inclined to favor this view. At 8:20 o'clock the councils, went into special session. SPECIAL SESSION. After reading the minutes of the previous special Eession they were approved. It was reported to the councils that the entire amount of $95,000 had been raised by friends of the government, the merchants of Honolulu and others, within two hours the previous day. One note of ?45,0O0 held by the Spreckels' bank, together with $1,400 interest, bad been paid be fore the sailing of the Alameda, and the other note of $50,000 would be paid tomorrow today. Minister Damon made a statement regarding the condition of the government finances, which was most eatiafactory to the Councils. The minister also spoke regarding the future prospectB of the government financially and expressed the gratification he felt tit the prompt where in the building where a job ' and unsolicited aid which the could be secured. i friends of the government had The entire upper floor of the fered. , Tho councils then proceeded, to tho election of a councillor tn fill tho vacancy caused by the uuh w .wiiisier wnmon. Josaph I Moudouon waa cho$n. Tho president read a talegram from Minister Thurston, dated Chicago, Illinois. May 24, which stated that ho had received Ins commis sion from thu Provisional government, and announced that he would for Washington to begin his duties in a few .lays. The councils adjourned at 4 :.T0 o'clock. Fiun.w , Juna 2. The executive and advisory councils met at S o'clock. lliero were present Ministers Dolo, Smith, Damon aud King; Councilman Wildor, Morgan, Nott, Tenney. Hatch, Emmeluth, Brown, McChesney, Waterhouee, Allon. Bolto and Suhr. Owing to the absence of the stenographor, who had tho minutss of tho last meeting with him, the secretary stated that ho was unable to read tho minutes of the previous meeting. President Dole stated that the reason ne nau called the present meeting was to consider tho feasibility of the act read at tho last special session, as weU as another which it was proposed to introduce today. Ho therefore suggested that it would, bo better for the councila to go into special session at once, as some other matters relating to governmental affairs would be brought up. On motion the councils went into special session at S :10 o'clock. special session. Sevoral matters relating to executive action were brought up and discussed. The bail act, read at the last special session, was brought up and after being amended to make it more specific was passed. Another act was introduced by the executive, read, ordered typewritten and referred to the judiciary committee. On the recommendation of the executive, Mr. Hatch introduced the following resolution, unanimously passed: Resolved: Tho offices of tho executive council shall bo in Iolani palace, which shall hereafter be tho seat of government and shall bo known as the executive building. Meetings of the advisory and executive councils shall be held in tho executive building. Aliiolani hale shall hereafter bo known as tho court house. At 3 :4o o'clock the council adjourned, to meet next Monday in the executive building. m CYCLORAMA OF KILAUSA. What Mr. Thurston la Soins In Chicago The Effects or Advertising. In a private letter, written by Hon. L. A. Thurston to Mr. E. C. Macfarlane, it is Btated that the inclement weather during May interfered with the attendance at the "World's Fair. He said that the cyclorama of Kilauea had been visited by 2 per cent, of the people who had entered the fair grounds. It is estimated that 1,000,000 admission tickets were sold during the first three weeks, and 2 per cent, of that amount means that 20,000 people saw the cyclorama. Mr. Thurston had a large quantity of handsome pamphlets .printed for free distribution. They contain much valuable information- concerning these hlands, and each person entering the cyclorama building is presented with a copy. In addition to this, 25,000 copies have been mailed to different points in the United States. Mr. Thurston considers the rama one of the beat advertising mediums that could havo been conceived to attract tourist travel this way and in his opinion a great many tourists will visit the islands in the near future. This is good evidence of the worth of liberal advertising and if the bureau of information will hold together and try to do its share toward advertising the attractions of the islands it will be money in the pockets of everybody. There is a splendid idea on foot now, and if Julian Eix, the water color artist of New York, can be induced to come hero to make sketches it will probably be carried out. The intention ia to issue water color pictures, which will be printed from stones, for distribution abroad. Mr. E. C. Macfarlane has the matter in ' hand and he will bring it before the bureau of mation for consideration at an early date. Mr. V. Corbett, who has been assistant secretary of the Y. M. C. A. at Montreal for the last six years, will arrive on the Australia to succeed Mr. Peck, the present secretary of the Y. Jf. C. A. in this city.