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Payable Invariably In Advance.
A. W. PEARSON.
LYLE A. DICKEY.
ATTORNEY AT LAW AND NOTARY
Public P. O. Box 786, Honolulu.
H. 1. King nnd Dctbel Btrects.
FREDERICK W. JOB.
SUITE 8IC. AIARQUETTE BUILDING,
Wholesale and Retail Grocer.
212 King 8t Tol. '.19.
FAMILY, PLANTATION AND SHIPS'
Stores Supplied on Sbort Notice.
New Goods by overy steamer Orders
from tbe other Islands
CONSOLIDATED SODA WATER
W0RK8 CO., Ltd.
Esplanade, Cor. Fort and Allen St a.
HOLLISTER & CO., Agents.
HONOLULU IRON WORKS CO.
MACHINERY OF EVERY
made to order
Booked to Loavo.
Per Nippon Maru. Mr. and Mrs. W.
Long, Mr. Paulsmulr, Mrs. W. Mirton
-und 6on, C. D. Vincent, Mrs. S. Parker,
child and maid, E. D. Tcnuey, E, T. Cotton,
F. M. Hatch, wlfo and chlldieu,
Dr. and Mrs. F. It. Day, W. J. Schmidt,
E. Reese, A. Dehrcus, Mrs. Ash, F, M.
Riley, M. K. Keohokalole, Air. and
Mrs. C. H. Scholl, E. L. Clark, W. C.
Brown, G. W. Anderson, A. F. Judd, Jr.,
MlbB Mlnabon, A. C. Candus, wife and
children, Dr. Noble, Miss J. E. Chupln,
Miss Adams, Henry WaterhouBO and
wife. Albert Watorbouso and Edward
Per Australia. E. L. Emory, E. J.
Cotton, Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Cohn, Mr.
Kuntz, Miss Cheescman, Mrs. W. J.
Hills, A. Drclcr and wife, Miss F. Nolle,
Miss F. Katz, J. M. McCandless, Mrs.
Ash, W. E. Drown, F. N. Smith, Mr.
and Mrs. Constant Meeso, Mr, and Mrs.
y. W. Meier, two children nnd maid,
Captain Pederson, Mrs. A. Wilson, Miss
Leicester, Miss M. Dowor, Mr. and Mrs.
Renjes and daughter, Miss Williams,
Armstrong Smith, A. Johnson, Miss F.
E. Hlshop, Mrs. Welgand, J. A. Hopper
and wlfo, Miss M. Hopper, Mis. S. Oilman,
China Legation Secretary and
wlfo, J. McGuire, Mr. Wolters, S. It.
Crowe, J. J. Williams, M. Schmidt, Mr.
Reosc, L. R. Mead, It. D. Winston, Mr.
Volght, W. P. Barry, Miss Hazen, AIM.
A. L. Lincoln, J. M. McCbcsney and
wlfo, Miss Llndormann, Mnster E,
Mann, Mr. and Mrs. E. Llndermann,
II. H. Johnson, Airs. G. Grove, Mies
Fcrnbach, Air. French, G. C. It. Dickey,
Airs. 3( W. Center, Allss J. L. Center,
Airs. C. AI. Cooko and two children,
Mrs. II. Waterhouso, Airs. C. II. Dickey,
Air. nnd Mrs. Henry Wnterhouse, S. N.
Wilcox and who. A. V. Peters, A.
Mrs. D. C. Case- nnd two
children, Airs. J. F. Bowlor, Airs. Ilooth,
u. w. Booth, w. is. Allghell, D. W.
Rrown, J. E. Langrcn, R. K. Shoemaker.
John Wright, O. P. Cameion nnd
wlfo, Miss E. Carson, Charles E. Kellogg,
P. Raentell, R. Dalton, W.
J. H. Walker and wife, A. W.
Ronedlct, W. H. Gregg, Poter Foley,
J. Williams, Airs. Z. Giovanni, C. Giovanni
and four children, and C. Jordan.
It Is rumored around town that the
Hongkong Maru duo today Is to bring
two iomanlnas homo who are of especial
Interest in Honolulu. It 1 expected
that Chief Justice Judd will bo
u pansengor, and nows may como of tho
appointment of his successor.
It Is reported, may be a passenger,
but there is no absoluto certainty
of this. Sbo has Intended re
turning to Honolulu for some time,
leaving her clalma betoro Congress In
the bands of her frlonds In Washington.
Tho Maru will bring nows of eight days
from trie world.
Councilor Jones Wants a New Public
men Get Extra Pay,
(From Thursday's Dally).
Tho special commltto of tho Council
of State to which was referred Special
Act No. 7, covering Items of oxpeneo
for the organization of tho Court of
Claims, sprung a mild sensation oil
tho Executive Council, by bringing lu
a report criticising the appointments
made by the Executive Council, and
statu that they "do not see the logic
of the nppolntment of flvo lawyers."
The committee does not mince matters
In any respect, and In reality strikes
direct from the shoulder. Their ultima
tum Is that the commissioners shall
work not nominally, but shall put In 4
horns each day, .and Instead Of receiving
$10 per diem, their salary shall not
be more than $5 a day. Ono stenographer
is enough for tho court, so tho
committee thinks, and Instead of believing
that $20,000 ehould bo appropriated,
It has recommended that the
amount be cut don n to 8,2fiu. BuHiueso
men for tho Court of Claims, Bcems to
be tho keynoto of tho committee's re
Shortly after 3 o'clock yesterday afternoon
President Dole rapped for order
and Secretary Alanson reported tho
following Councilors present: Kennedy,
Isenborg, Gear, Robinson, Kaulu-Icon,
Nott, Robertson, Gonsalvcs, Allen,
Achi, Jones, Colto and Allnisters
Young, Damon and Attorney
The minutes of tho preceding meeting
were read and adopted nftor'feomo
Slight corrections had been made.
Jones, as chairman of tho committee
to report upon Special Act No. 7, for
evponses Court of Claims, read tho following
Criticises tho Appoiutmonte.
Honolulu. Anril 4th. 1000.
To tho President and Alembers of the
Council of State.
Your committee to whom was referred
Special Act No. 7, viz:
Pay of commissioners, officers
of couit and Incidentals.... $15,000.00
Department of Attorney General-Pay
of Council for tho Government
5 commissioners at $10 a day.
1 clerk at $150 per month.
2 stenographers at $125 per month.
3 Interpreters nt $5 a day.
1 janitor and messenger $40
Council lor Uovernment $500 retain
er lee; $7 lor cab cose aujuuicated upon
ha merits: 'ihlnk that tho Act
is reierrcd to them, not only tor
tho purpose of considering tbe
umouiu or money to be
for tbe remuneration and
oxpeui.es of the Couit of Claims, but
also tor tho expression of a general
opinion on tho subject matter. Your
commltteo theretoro stato that as tho
niiiiute3 of tho meeting of tho Council
or State, of January 2.', 1900, show, thut
at that meeting, President Dolo announced
to tho Couucll, that It was
uis intention to Have most of the mem
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, ... - . . .. "i
i our coinmuiec cannot advise the
payment of a letainer of $500 and J7 for
each cabe adjudicated, because It does
not beem to them to bo advisable to
make an allowance for every case, but
It appears to bo more reasonable to
havo the work performed for n fixed
sum, especially us much of tho work
ioiild bo performed by tho Attorney
General and his paid assistants; your
committee would rccommond:
Council for Government to at
tend to Claims, Including
making tho total appropriation
under this Act 10,750.00
Your commltteo would further recommend
that there bo three readings on
this Act before Its final passage, ns nil
other Acts now before the Council,
which are to be approved by President
P. C. JONES,
AI. A. GONSALVES,
W out of Funds.
Department of Interior,
Honolulu, H. I., April 3, 1900.
To Sanford B. Dole, President of the
Republic of Hawaii, and Alembcrs
of the Council of State:
In regard to the following claims
presented by John K. Pendergant, attorney
for claimants, against tho Koo-
lauloa Road Board, viz.:
1591, Payroll contracted by S.
' Kapu, chairman $231 75
1592, Payroll contracted by L.
J. Aylctt, chairman 64 00
1 find that theso payrolls havo been
repeatedly presented to tho Interior
Olllco for payment, and on each
claimants were Informed that
theio was no money in this ofllco to
pay their claims, but If tho Road Board
would recognize the debt tho amount
could bo paid from the District Road
Tax account, to which account thoy
It appears that these payrolls were
not paid at tho tlmo when tho work
was done, because at that time there
was no money left to tho crodlt of
Roa'd Tax for that district.
Tho succeeding Road Boards for this
district recognized that this work was
performed on the roads, but rofuspd to
take any responsibility in tho matter.
ns tho work was dono prior to tholr in
cumbency, and thcreforo they declined
to draw on their Road Tax money for
this purpose. I am satisfied that these
claims are just and should bo paid, but
uio interior uopartment lias no control
over tho District Road Tax funds.
which nro a special deposit in tho
Treasury, subject to tho draft of tho
Hoad Board only. I tboreforo recommend
that an amount bo insorted in
tho bill to cover tho above amount
I havo tho honor to bo your obedient
Allnlster of tho Interior.
Achl moved, Allen seconded that tho
report be adopted. Carried.
Isenberg naked whother the Attorney
General was ready to report upon tho
Fodoral law having referenco to
towage. Tho Attorney General
had not been apprised of tholtem
as yet, and requested tlmo In which
to havo It laid beforo him.
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meha tho Great. This great
Napuupahoehoe, was high chief
ot Alaul, upon which Island tho deceased
was born and ot which he became
In tho last years of tho
dynasty, the Royal Governor.
Robert lfoaplll was tho real name of
2 and 1 o'clock at Alllllanl Hall, formerly
known n Arlon Hall, Tho fu
neral will bo a Royal ono and interment
will take placo in Kawalahao
thli illstingtiished native, Baker being comuterj Services will bo conducted
added In honor of tho whito man In ' by tho Reorganized church of Latter
whose family he was reared. His an-' 'ly f,,'lltHi
ceatry was ns notable as nny of the I
genealogical chains in theso Islands,
with tne one exception of tho
line. It is ns follows:
1. Llloa (k) noho la Aknhlkiileana
(w) loaa o Uml.
2. (k) noho la
(w) loaa o (k).
3. (k) noho la
(w) loaa o Kniialoaukuaana (k).
I. Kanalo.inkiiaana (I;) noho la
(w) loan o Keakealani (k).
5. Keakealani (k) noho la
(w) loan o Aloana (k),
0. Aloana (k) noho la Pillaiil (w)
loaa o Illklamonna (w).
7. Knuhl-n-Hakl (k) noho la
(w) loan ii.KuhamiiUnul.iiil (k),
(10 mo Huapunahiul (I:).
8. Kuhnnaumiilaiii (k) noho la Na-
heana (w) loan o hunuhii (l().
0. Knnuhn (k) noho la
(w) loaa o Napiiupahochoo (10.
10. Nupuupahoehoo (k) noho la
Aiaunahla (w) loan o Luka (w), Alallo
(w) mo Kumanoholll (w),
11. Mallo (w) noho la ll.okolelalku
(k) loan o Robert Houplll Buker.
-. Itobort Baker inaro la Emmii
RAPID TRANSIT MATERIAL.
A Heavy Consignment of Matorial
Will Arrivo in Juno.
The nintcrjiil for thu Rapid Tumult
Company which arrived in nort :i fnw '
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ISslKI) Tl'KSUAVS AMI FRIDAYS
WALTER C. SMITH, EDITOR.
P u Month, Kormhk
I'lB YtAU, KORIIKK
" Cblcago, III.; Hawaiian Consul
' General for tho States of Illinois,
Michigan, Ohio, Indiana and Wisconsin.
H. HACKFELD & CO., LTD.
GENERAL COMMISSION AGENTS.
Queen St., Honolulu, H. I.
F. A. SCHAEFER & CO.
F. J. Lowroy.
LEWERS & COOKE.
IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN
Lumber and Building Materials.
OlUce: 414 Fort street.
Court of Claims Takes
A Back Seat.
bers or tho Court of Claims, to ne business
men, they fall to seo tho logic of
ma appointment or nvo lawyers.
Furthermore your commltteo think
that a Court of Claims, consisting of
not icss iiian tnree business men would
not only bo more satlslactoiy to tbe
taxpayers of theso Islands, but would
also bo able to handlo all matierB
brought bofore It moio expeditiously, as
Mich a Court, consisting mostly of busi
ness men, would bavo moro the character
of n Court of Equity, nnd tho Intimate
knowledge of tho members of
tho Court, of locations, values and oth
er circumstances, would render unnecessary
much of tho lengthy examinations
of witnesses required for overy
case In a Court of Law. By tho executive
order of President Dolo, dated
April 2, 1900, tho Court has tho title of
Court of Claims for losses caused by
tho Board of Health In tho suppression
of Bubonic Plague" which your
presumes to mean, Court of
Claims for losses caused throughout the
gioup, whilst tho preamble of tho order
and tho text of tho order seem to
mo Court to take evidence and to
raako awards and Judgments onlv on
losses caused by tho burning of China
town, president Uolo has explained
this and baa stated that upon further
Instructions from Prosldont AlcKlnley,
this apparent Inconsistency, will probably
Your commltteo will not express any
opinion on tho text of tho order
ornlng tho proceedings of the Court of
Claims, unless so Instructed bv this
Your committee understand that tho
commission already appointed is to act
for six months and they havo allowed
ono hundred and fifty days of that time
to bo consumed by tho Court in hearing
claims that will bo presented to
them for consideration.
During that time It is hardly probable
that tho cntlro day will bo consumed
by the members of tbe Court, In
TltiK rlnlms, no that much of tho time
will bo nt the dlaiMml of the menibrn
ffir I lull i.h.i,....
"oiir commltteo cannot attnrfa,4o UiU
Court of nullum aa Hi present ndvlird.
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.... iiii.m .,11111! mm rumiu tin, lor in
ino they nllow any or all of tho claim
for damngr, they must oo referred to
the Council of Suto or to tho. cx
Legislature for nnnl notion and the
conim.ttecs to whom these claims will
be referred for Investigation will ex-amino
each one carefully before
ommcndlng Its payment.
Your commlttoo finds Hint tho total
expense of tho Legislature of 1808 wai
$28,502.14, whllo tho Council of Stntd
i iukoii to nppropriato $20,000 for this
Court of Claims, or about 70 per cent
of tho cost of tho Legislature, In which
tb.tty men were employed nnd rendered
valuable service to the Government, bo
urnes wnicn large expenses woreUo
yuiiiu ior reporiH. printing and otb&i'
Your commltteo would also call
iwii to tno lact that many of our citizens
have given their services gratlK
In helping tO nut down thn hnhnnln
plngtie which has been among us during
"' '"" 'our mourns. Among Others
who have given their services nro the
or me uoard of Health and
tho I'lnance Commltteo appointed to assist
the Hoard of Health, nil of whom
aro men who are loaded down with
icspoiislbllltirs, but hao devoted
al hours overy day for months In
the discharge of tholr duties, without
receiving one cent for tholr v.nlnniii,.
services: nor do wo deem it to he out
of place to nllude to tho labors of this
Council of State, a body of busy men,
who nro now called upon (o mako largo
appropriations and nro devoting many
hours orory day to tnolr duties without
any thought of compensation nnd
your committee Is of tho opinion that
there are patriotic and representative
men who can command tiio confidence
of the, country nt largo who woujd be
willing' If necessary, to servo without
pay, on this Court of Claims.
As appointment has nlready been
made of tho members of this
slon your commltteo have carefully
considered the matter and recommend
5 commissioners at $5 per day
(not less than four hours'
biu'vlco to bo rendered for
one day's pay) $3,750.00
1 clerk at $150 per month. . . . 900.00
1 stenographer at $125 per
3 Interpreters at $5 per day. . . . 2,250.00
l janitor and messenger at $10
per month 240.00i
Was an Heir of Island
His Badv Will I io in Stain nnH thn I
Funeral Will be n Royal
Tho death of Robert Ho.iplll Baker,
which took placo nt his homo lu this
city (Pawaa) nt 5:30 o'clock Wednes-
tha Horn I fiirrm. In that onuilt
'and Ins Mlltmitumt one of dmernoi
.flf Mini, ho rcoelvml the deporatlotij
which nre khnwii In the photograph
Klwn herewith. Tho lnt Kpeclnl per
I Mi of a military character which
linker rendered vn Hint of
de-camp lo King Knliiknun on hla tour
of the Coast. He nccompanli'd the Island
sovereign up and down California,
w.m with him when ho mndo IiIh ratal
visit on n raw day to Cooper'! olive
ranch nt Santa Ilirbara, attended nt
the Royal death bed In tho'lMlaco Hotel
nnd brought thd remains bark to
I'unrtlulu. Under the Queen Colonel
Itakor held IiIh Governorship, roaring
f'lim it mill coming hero when tho
Provisional Government nbollahod gubernatorial
positions. Hla name was
reor, there iftcr, mixed lu with thu
i murrrotlonnry plow wliich were
firmed agalnt the now Government.
Rchi nnd unlet were his objects, politics
nnd turbulence ho left to others.
One or the Interesting Incidents In
Colonel Baker's llfu was hla connec
tion Willi tho Artistic conception of tho
ltauiQhameha statue. Clad lu n royal
feather cloak, wearing n -hoi met nnd
carrying a pcnr, ho posed-for tho pho
logr.ipn from which tho Italian'
tor mndo his noble Imngo of tho na
. Robort Honplll Baker wan, nt tho
time of his death, 53 years or ago. His
Suspect Cases Reported
BOARD OF HEALTH MEETS
Reports of Committees on Burial and
A Morgue Petitions and
W Two Hiisplclous cased of
nesa nro reported In Koolau,
k on tho windward sldo of this A
Island. A special train carried
k Drs. Garvin and Hoffmann to
Kahuku, nrrlv(ng there short-
ly before Jl
ing. Up to'tno'tfriicfofsdlug to
press nothing further than that
which la reported below could
ho learned concerning tho mat-
tor. Tho doctors will probably
stay In Kahuku Until daylight, it
when they will procoed lo Koo-
Dr. A. 11. Carter of Alakao, Koolau,
telephoned iy i tlmJJoardiofiHfftlth
afternoon about oclock, saying
that there wcro twd very 'suspicious
cisos of sickness In flint district.
Tho tolophono connection was poor
and details of tho affair could
not bo learned beyond tho fact that
both patients 'had high temperatures,
101 dcgrcoH uhd thereabouts, audjthnt
largo swellings were evident -In tho
Dr. Carter was immediately authorized
to establish a strict quarantine at
tho place whero tho cases occurred
and to tako all precautionary measures
found necessary. It was not
learned whethor tho victims nro OrIr
enUils, natives or white persons. It
was Imposslblo for tho Board of
IleaRh or tho Advertiser to loam anything
further lu tho matter last night.
Dr. Wood was notified of Dr.
toport and the cxecutlvo officer.
Dr. Garvin, went Immediately to. pro-,
cure a special train to Kahuku. the
end of tho railway line, sovon or eight
muni rrom Makao, whero Dr. Carter
lesldus. Tho train was mado up, but
Dr, Garvin hnd to wait until Dr. Hoffmann
could bo secured. It was some
time beforo Dr. Hoffmann was found
and Into In tho evening beforo tho
train left Honolulu for Kahuku.
Board of Hoalth Mooting-.
PicBldunt Wood, Exccutlvo Ofllcer
Dr. Garvin, Dr. Day, Dr. Emoreon and
Aleasis. Lowroy, Smith nnd Hatcn wore
present at tho meeting of tho,,Board
of Health yesterd'iy
Wood was lu tho chair. The llrst
matter of business taken up for
was tho meat supply nt the
leper settlement on.Aloiokal. It w.ib
deemed advisable! 'that , an effort be
m.ulo to substitute canned or
day afternoon, removes a man of v,w brought about by heart "leatsrror fresh beef, and tho
ancestry and considerable ease. Ho leaves n widow, Airs. Emma tnr was referred to tho Exccutlvo
.i.r.l.n rv,inni nvn.. ,un ,. I Baker nnd flvo doKcnniliiits. Unhurt. ccr ot tno Hoard, Who will raako tho
.. . , ,' . ,, ... .IHoanlll Baker Jr Mrs n W Month arrangoments required. Dr. Wood
direct descendant o King Llloa .ot 'vlt "and' EnVraJ' Ilako hK' ril,1(,a r?ort trom ,?r' "offmann in
Hawaii, who ruled the Island of tho a aonsatlonal
nml ,aughteis and a grandchild , Laola f'a"on t?, junior that
volcano until tho coming of Ilooth. Tho estate of tho dead Ha- ,? ma",wh " f,??0,'?" fommlttod
wallan Is at Lahalna, Alaul, and con- g" " "', u' .v" '""J "", ?
of town lots and cane lands. It $ ll0,rr!al'ze,d V'at ,h had ..
irt part of his ancestral heritage. I rho following Is Dr. Hoff-
Tho lody of Colonel Baker will He1 nla"" " "f11 . ..
ill statu on Sunday afternoon uLwin ' .. " luuaiions 01 tno cultures from
duys camo In the St. Kiithorln'o and not ' tcutlon camp ordered by you to prepare
by tho ship Charles Moody us has been
reported. Tho material consisted only
I of ralltoad ties. Tho biggest con-
I slgnment of rail und steel material for
the laying of tho road In general Is
impeded not sooner than tho middle of
Jutie. At the same time the company
expects the arrival of Its power house
generators nnd motors, together with
I Engineer Amweg bays tho first material
arriving will bB put lu pinto Immediately.
If thn building mtitcil.il is
not on baud when the mi-.
rive, the latter will be placed in position
without further delay. Tho laying
of tho track wll continue
uni uiu uiuuiing oi tno power nousunnil
Placing or tne engines,
Alerseberg loaa o Robert Hoaplll Baker, ! """'t will bo ready for na
Jr.. Mis, C. W. Booth, Vlto and Eiiinni , '"" h iii'vnigi
Au lir fiAw to man's .estate "Air. '
Inn work Is cimipli'.cd.
Thu Iluniy II. Hyilu was bhlfteil from
Baker liecnmq nn IntimuWt friend and Richards street slip yetitorday and nut
retainer or the King. With u natural- Into the last berth or naval low whero
ly bright mind which had been woll the repairs to bur sister keelson fcomo
trained at tho Lahalnnluna Seminary, or the tliubcis and stanchions will be
ho was a useful servant of tho made. Most of tho damage was dono
monarchy, Having great 1n amidships While tho work Is bolng
military jmatters, ho ontered tho ser- dono nn alignments have been made to
vice of tho Household Tioops and Install n Washington light to enable tho
came In tlmo tho Colonel commanding men to work at the bottom of tho hold,
uio uouy or uio suiciuo,, which wore
mado on April I, 1900, show mo no
plaguo bacilli, nor wcro any signs of
Internal tlckncs3, especially plague,
found macroseoplcnlly or microscopically
in tho rat killed In tho burned
district on low ground near
Church,, sent In by Towse.
"DR. W. HOFFMANN."
Petitions From Kalihi.
The following petitions from
and Japanese nt'the Kalihi detention
camp wore next in order:
"We, tho undersigned Hawaiian sub
jects who aro living In tho Kalihi de-
to loavo t:io pince. become home est,
and without tho bupport of tho Bonrd
of Health, beg tho Board to nllow us to
continue In tho camp. We hopo the
Boaid will carefully consider this petition
nnd help ub, your humblo aei vantb,
ns wo hope God will also holp you."
Signed by about a hundred Hawaiian.
"We, tho undersigned Japaneso persons,
do heroby respectfully show that
wo are now living lu Knllhl dstontlon
enmp us our only placo of shelter,
where wo have been sluco January last
or thereabouts under quarantine regulations;
that our tlmo under such
qiiurautlno having explied, wo hive remained,
us thu ronuunt of about 2 umi
people, for tho reason that n tm
been unublo to find any othor placo to
live In or to sholtcr us: that a large
number of us nro without money or
means, and that anions; us urn about
slxty.flvo women nnd bhlldreu; that we
navo neon rerusod quarters at tho roller
"Therefore, we respectfully ask that
wu may bo permitted to remain whore
wo now are, in said Kalihi detention
camp until on or about tho day
of Aiay, A- D. 1900." Signed by about
Both of tho foregoing notltlons were
referred to tho Executive.
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