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.DAILY PACIFIC COMMERCIAL. ADVERTISE!, JUNE 6. 1893.
AT T1IE CAPITOL. Monday, J uno 5th. The council convened at their new qnarfers in tho executive bnild isg at 2:09 p.m. The desks of tho advisory council were arranged in two semi circles in front of the old throne dais, on which is placed the president's table. Im mediately in front of the president's desk and below it is the secretary's table. The ministers of interior and finance, with the attorney-general, are seated at a long table on the Waikiki side of the council chambers. On the other side, facing the presi dent, cabinet and advisory council respectively, is the reporters' table. The windows along the side of the chambers were open. The new quarters are cool, commodioas and very comfortable. When President Dole rapped his gavel upon tho black ebony table, toere were present Ministers Dole. King, Smith and Damon, and Coun cilmen Hatch, Allen, Waterhouse, Brown, Tenney. Sahr, Nott, Morgan, "Wilder, Bolte, Emmeluth and Men donca. Tbe minute3 of the two previous meetings were read and approved. Councillor Mendonca appeared for the first tim9 and took his seat next to Mr. Bolte in the second semi- C President Dole handed the secre tary a petition from Curator Wm. T. Bri"ham of the Bishop Museum, asking that the custody of a list of 83 volumes of book3 from the ex palace library be given to the mn gstxm. President Dole said there were many valuable books in the collec tion, but that all was confusion now and suggested a catalogue be pre pared so that whatever action was nece-sary could be taken mtelh- g9Miuister Damon said be thought, as they were dealing with public property, that ail the curios and books, if any. heretofore given into the custody of the museum together with those which might hereafter be given, f-hould be protected by an insurance taken out by the directors of the museum iu favor of the I ro visional government, which stood in the light of custodian of public IreTjlution to this effect was moved and passed covering the things already granted the museum as well as auy to bo hereafter CTAlltdQ Tne petition of Curator W. T. Brigbam was referred to the mis cellaneous committee and Mr. Allen to make investigations concerning the ownership of the property refer- reAttorney General Smith read a petition which had been sent him bv Peter Qaion, a prisoner at Oabo ja;J, asking pardon and a remission of the balance of his sentence. Qainn was convicted of mayhem and was sen tenced to serve six months im prisonment. He has yet two months to serve. Stated his intention and determination to reform his life and set forth his good conduct while under sentence in mitigation. On motion of the At tornej -General, who said the prisoner was evidently laboring under a mis take as to the powers of the Attorney General, in addressing the petition to him, the matter was refened to the judiciary committee. Minister Damon said that before reading his weekly financial state ment be wished to say the finance committee had not yet met, but ex pected to do eo very shortly. He also explained that in the report all the military expenses had been in cluded in the charge of expenses against the Provisional government, as were other expenses not provided for bv direct approprotion. The following financial statement for the week was then read: FINANCIAL STATEMENT, WEEK END ING JUNE 3, 18 JS. Cash on baud May 27, 1S03. $ 50,941 7$ Receipts, week, sale of bonds Receipts, week, general revenue ll.dbs qq $ GS.slO 13 General expenses for week 52,047 97 $ 16,262 16 Outstanding indebtedness: Treasury notes 41,000 00 P. M. O. notes 169,000 00 $210,000 00 Overdue Indebtedness: Treasury notes , P.M.G. notes 130,000 00 $139,000 00 Postal Savings bank memo. : Due depositors, 1. S. bank this date 509,27o 2o Notices maturing this date 12,440 00 Cash on hand, P. S. bank, this day 3441 ' Expenses, Prov. Govt, memo.: Exps.Prov. Govt., to date 72,471 13 it it during week ,o9o to Memo., cash in treasury: Cash in treasury to re- deem certificate 31 -,000 00 Road board fund iu treas- ury 34,030 11 School board fund iu treas- Ufy ,..... GoO 00 Available cash, as above... 16,202 10 Total cash in treasury $362,92S 21 This covers all expenditures, in cluding military and not appropriated by the legislature. The report was received and placed on file. Mr. Hatch, from the judiciary committee, reported certain amend ments to the act relating to the pos session of dynamite and other explo sives, and recommended the passage of the bill. Took its regular course. Mr. Hatch also reported from the jodiciary committee amendments to law relating to pounds, estrays and brands. The bill took its usual course. Minister Damon introduced a bill amending the postal savings, bank law. In introducing th9 bill be said he wished to say that lately the postal savings bank had been some what of a burden owiog to the law governing it. The bank has paid out over 500,000, which ha3 caused seri ous drains on the treasury. This had beeu largely caused by the payment of large deposits. These had been drawn too rapidly during the crisis, and some arrangements should be made for more gradual withdrawals. Depositors should not be allowed to withdraw all their money at once without sufficient notice to protect the bank. The bill introduced was msnnt fn enter tVtoao nninta TJ a 1an explained the application and scope of the bill, which upon motion was referred to th indifMP.rr nornmittRp. At 3:45 the councils went into special session. SPECIAL SESSION. In special session Charles T. Wilder was appointed to be consul- general at ban 1: rancisco in placa of x . is. rratt, removed. NIZW QUARTERS. Ait Advertiser Reporter Visits the Government at the Ex ecutive Ruihlin. An Advertiser reporter called at the executive building yesterday morning after the ministers were fairly settled in their new quarters. Meeting Minister Damon at the main entrance, the reporter visited the finance office with him first. The large safes were placed in each end of the office. The minister's desk was in the center, next to the large folding doors. The registrar of public accounts has a paying and receiving desk in one of the veranda windows. Pri vate Secretary Ashley occupies a part of the commodious desk of the minister, and can be found in the office every day during business hours. The minister of finance has a cosy private office upstairs in front of the foreign office. He pointed out to the reporter where the new vault will be built in the finance office proper, in the mauka corner on the Waikiki side of the room. One of the old vaults at the court house will be used for storing legal papers and documents. In the makai end of the interior office Minister King has his private office separated from the chief clerk by screens. Mr. Hassinger's desk occupies the center of the large room, surrounded by the desks of his assistants. The mauka en trance, ar vestibule, is reserved for the desk of the cashier, license clerk, etc., and through this open ing all the cat-h transactions of the office will be carried on and drafts on the treasury issued. Miss Vida, the typewriter of the department, occupies the mauka tower room adjoining the main office. President Dole and staff occupy the two mauka rooms upstairs in the Ewa end of the building. When the reporter entered, President Dole was busy arranging his books and papers. With another gentleman present, the three sat down'to the late king's round table, which will be hereafter used for the delibera tions of cabinet meetings. Festive kings and queens in pairs and lone jacks and jack-pota will hereafter not be in it, and the dignity of the new shall in some degree atone for the rolicking neglect of the old. Passing across the wide hall-way the apartments of the attorney general and his deputy were en tered. They are situated mauka in the Waikiki end of the building. The attorney-general was so busy he could scarcely say "howdy," and a lot of workmen were busy putting the book-cases into position to receive the legal tomes of the department, which were waiting in express wagon3 down stairs. As soon as all is rearranged, the building will be nicely cleaned throughout and the main floors re polished. The Only Weekly Nevrspaper. The Hawaiian Gazette (twelve pages), is out this morning with all the news of the day. The pres ent number i3 an exceptionally newsy one and a copy should be sent to your friends abroad to keep them posted on Hawaiian affairs. The special features of this week's issue, are: The official announce ment of the receipts and expendi tures of the Hawaiian treasury for the year ending March 31, 1S03; report of the doings of the councils ; the removal of the government of fices to the executive building; particulars regarding the new steamer line ; W. R. Castle's ora tion delivered on Memorial Day; how the explosives were discovered on the McKibbin premises, etc. Cnban Sugar. Havana, May 22. The sugar season may now be considered vir tually ended, as the yield of the few estates still grinding will have no appreciable effect on the total production. The estimated yield of the whole island will amount to 750,000 to S00,000 ton?, a very large decrease from the average total production. Something Good. I have sold and used in my family for several years, Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy and have found it one of the most useful and satisfactory remedies I ever han dled. C. H. Lewis, Druggist, Salt Lake City, Utah. For sale by all medicine dealers. Bexsox, Smith & Co., Agents for H. I. "German Syrup" The majority of well-read pnys icians now believe that Consump tion is a germ disease. In othei words, instead of being in the con stitution itself it is caused by innu merable small creatures living in the lungs having no business there and sating then atvay as caterpillars do tne leaves ox trees, A Germ The phlegm that is coughed up is those Disease. parts of the lungs wnich nave been gnawed off and destroyed. These little bacilli, as the germs are called, are too small to be seen with the naked eye, but they are very much alive just the same, and enter the body in our food, in the air we breathe, and through the pores of the skin. Thence they get into the blood and finally arrive at the lungs where they fasten and increase with frightful rapidity. Then German Syrup comes in, loosens them, kills them, expells them, heals the places they leave, and so nourish and soothe that, in a short time consump tives become germ-proof and well. 3 meral Stfirjertisemcnte. SEVENTH ANNUAL MEETING OP THE- MAUI RAGING ASSOCIATION ra Tuesday July 4th, '93. Official Programme. Rices to Commence at 10 L U. Sharp. 1st RACE SPRECKELSVILLE PURSE, SG0.00. Running Race, h mile dash for Hawaiian bred horses. 2nd RACE WAILUKU PURSE, $100.00. Running Race, mile and re peat; free for all. 3rd RACE HAWAIIAN COM MERCIAL & SUGAR CO.'S PURSE, $100.00. Trotting and Pacing, 1 mile heats, best 2 in 3 to harness, for Hawaiian bred horses. 4th RACE WAIKAPU PURSE, S75.00. Running Race, mile dash, for Hawaiian bred horses. 5th RACE KULA PURSE, $50.00. Running Race, mile dash, for Ponies, 14 hands or under, to carry 100 pounds. Gth RACE KAHULUI PURSE, $125.00. Running Race, 1 mile dash, free for all. 7th RACE WA1IIEE PURSE, $175.00. Trotting and Pacing, 1 mile heats, best 3 in 5, to harness; free for all. Horses with a re cord of 2:30 or better, to carry 180 pounds. 8th RACE LAHAINA PURSE, $100.00. Running Race, 1 mile dash, for Hawaiian bred horses. 9th RACE HANA PURSE, $125. Trotting and Pacing, 1 mile heats, best 2 in 3, to harHess; for all horses without a record of 3:00 or better. 10th RACE QUEEN LILIUOKA LAXICUP, PURSE, $150. Running Race, 1 mile dash, free for all. 11th RACE MULE RACE, PURSE, $40. Running Race, mile dash, catch weight, free for all. 12th RACE MANA CUP, PURSE, $125. Running Race, l mile dash, for Hawaiian bred horses. 13th RACE SWEEPSTAKES, $25 each; Association adds $25. Double Team Race, Trotting and Pacing, 1 mile heats, best 2 in 3, to be driven by members of the Association. All entries close at 12 o'clock noon on Thursday, June 22d, 1893, at the office of the Secretary, and all entrance fees are 10 per cent, unless otherwise specified. All races to be run or trotted under the rules of the Association, and all horses are expected to start unless drawn by 12 o'clock noon Monday, July 3rd, 1893. Li. M. VETTLESEN, 1482-2 Secretary. PER MOJfOWAI FOK THE CRITERION Fresh Oysters -FOR- COCKTAILS ! 3335-1 v CASTLE & COOKE LIFE FIRK INSURANCE AGENTS AGENTS FOR NEW ENGLAND idDTDAL 4 Life Insurance Co. OF BOSTON, -Alliance Assurance COMPANY OF LONDON, iEtna Fire Insurance Co OP HARTFORD. BASE BALL Karaehameha vs. Hawaiis Saturday, June 10 AT 3:30 O'CLOCK F. JVt. Hawaiian Baseball Association Grounds ADMISSION: ADULTS 25c. CHILDREN 10c. JUST -:- ARRIVED! FRESH CALIFORNIA Oyster Cocktails ! FOR Merchants' Exchange "Where the popular ENTERPRISE BEER On Draught is always Fresh and Cold. 3367-1 f Notice of Instruction. PROFESSOR B. RUCHWALDY begs respectfully to inform the ladies and gentlemen of Honolulu, that he has lately arrived here withthe view of teaching Violin, Cello, Guitar, Mandolin, Philomela, etc., etc. The Professor was formerly iu the Court of Siam as Violin Virtuoso and In'ormator to 11. M. the King and Prin ces of Siaai, where he was decorated by the II. M. with the Roya! Gold Medal of Honor- Pcssamalla. JtCT Applications to Arlington Hotel, No. 8, are requested for particulars and terms Honolulu, May 16th, 1S93. 3332-tf For Sale. -f COLUMBIA RACER, WEIGHT 2S4 JL pounds, in first-class condition in every respect; in use only short time; will sell at a bargain. Enquire of W. E. BROWN, 3396-tf This Office. For Lease. 2Ccn? CDricrtiscmrnte. h!!5W FORT ST., BREWER BLOCK. THOSE DESIRABLE PRE mises opposite the Makiki re serve, recentlv occupied by Mr. Charles Creighton. The grounds are spacious, and well e hided with Ornamen tal and Fruit Trees ; only a minute's walk to Tramways The Buildings will be put in thorough" repair to suit the winhes of a good tenant. For further particulars, apply to BRUCE CARTWMGHT, Trustee for Mrs. Mary S. Levey. 3358-tf Masonic Benefit. IN AID OF THE FURNISHING Fund for the New Masonic Temple, tho wives of the Free Masons of Honolulu will give a series of Lunches and hold a sale of Fancy Articles, at the Arlington Dining Room on Hotel Street, beginning MONDAY, June 5th. lasting until FRl DA Y. June 9 h, 1893, inclusive, between the hours of 11 :30 a. m and 2 o'clock p. m. Admission fee to Lunch 50c. All are cordially invited. By order of the 3385-td COMMITTEE. SUN NAM SING, N"o. 109 Nuuanu 8tret, P. O. Box 175, Begs to call the attention of the publio their large and well selected Stock of Japanese Goods Suitable for this market, which will h olri t Towst Prices. Wanted. PLAIN SEWING BY Mbs. W. E. Herrick, 3 doors below Fort Street School. 3368-lm Have just received a fall line of sizes of those Al Dent Gloves at 1.75 a pair. 8-buttoa length undressed Kid, best valu- in town. In our Millinery Department, we are showing all the latest designs in Hats ami Bonnets ; French Flowers and Ribbons direct from Pari. Beautiful Goods at moderate prices. Cur Lace Stock is now complete, having Just received a firs assortment cf all sfyli-g, width and prices. By last China steamer, we received a nice line of those Fine Craoo Suits, which wo are offering at the low price of a Suit. Embroidered Silk Dress Patterns; some very choico Pat ters? in Silk and Crape. Ep-an & G-tiim. 73 0 X 53 -3 CP Special Bai'gaixis ! WHITE 1M M LAWN ! iron Sl.SO A. PIECE -AT 1ST. S. SACHS, 104 Fort Street Honolulu. AN ALLROTOD CHANGE. Commissioner Blount, Minister to Hawaii. Thurston, Minister at Washington. Wilder, Consul at San Francisco. As I like to keep abreast of the times, my store in the ID G future will be known as tlio JL M DRY GOODS STORE. m:. s. levy. Offers a line of New Goods. White Dress Goods, checked and striped. Figured French Percales. Sateens in all shades. A fine line of Ladies' and Men's Shoes. Japanese Cotton Crape, Hosiery, etc. The Popular German Dry Goods Store. "ME. S. LEVYj 75-FORT STREET-75. NEW GOODS ! NEW GOODS ! ! AT B. F. EiiLERS & CO., Fort Street. Chenille Portieres and Smyrna Rugs in great variety; India Dimity in white and colored, just suitable for this climate; Knotted Swiss, a very pretty line, entirely new; Figured Irish Lawns in Double width; Foo Chow Pongee, greatnovelties; Silkaline and Villa Drapery; Sateen Gloria and Cashmere Sublime. Dressmaking under the management of Miss K. Clark. GREAT REDUCTIONS! NEW LINE OF Fine Tailors' Goods, Cashmeres! SKRUES, DIAGONALS, Etc., Etc., Entirely new pat tenia, t-uits made to order at prices ranging from $18 to $25. "Goods guaranteed to fit. GOO KIM, Nuuanu Street. The Daily Advertiser f (IK.NTiS PRR MONTH. n i i bO den Hole ir-iw SOLS AO KM' TOR Tlltt CKlfPK rKl Itcmiugtou Typewriter ! Which Las no c;ual. Society Stationery, Blank Books, Ofllce Supplier A NEW AND FULL STOCK 0? To suit all tights careful tests tnado by the Eyemeter, which tnut us correct. CSJ-Kuil btock Uo!J rrnuied jocia- cles and Eyeglasses. DOMK8TIC SEWING MACHINES ! AND TArEU FASHIONS. TOILET SOAPS, iriit UKU8HK8, nrc. At Prices to Suit ihe Tim! nerI.nRt hnt not least, don't forzet that this store Is PHtablished on a Uasli hasia anil tan afford t( 61' 1 1 t'lllMlM'r OlAf! those who go in lor tho credit uyptm. FULL SUITLY BiS.SK BALL AND TENNI9 (JOODH. W. F. KEYNOLDS. S3Gl-lm PROPRIKTOR. loiiolulu Cyclcry ! THE ARJIORY, BERSTAKU ST., Woottcn & Bromley, - Proprietors. LADIES' AND GENTS' Cushion Tire SiMies aal Tandems FOR RENT By the day or hour. Riding loasoni given day or evening. 1QESTS FOR THE CELEBRATED American Rambler Safeties Fitted with Elleptic sprockets and G. &. J. corrugated air tuba tirrs. These tires can be fitted to any neiimalio pafety, they are practically puncture proof, do not Blip on wet road, and aro vrry fatt. Any desired w&r can be furnished with these wheels from No. 5 J to 80. While on my Itamblor whff-l I'm scaled, And up the etrcet, 1 swiftly ultde, Tbpy sav discussion, prow quiie heated To know what wheel that man doth ride; Ani when my wheel I let ilietu try, They exclaim with look intent This is'th wheel we'll surely buy If we don't lay up a cent. IDelivered by Gamer All Kinds cf Bicycle Repairing Done at short notice and at reasonable prices. All work guaranteed. Work from the other inlands attended to and return ed promptly. A FULL LINE OF Columbia Bicycle Parts ON HAND ! Also, Lamps. Kellc, Whistles, Bundle Carriers, Lubricating Oil, llluminatias Oil, Bicycle Knamel. Tronner O-iards and rubber cement for mending leaky tires. Bicycles Enameled And small parts Nickle plated. 27" Bargain 8 in New and Pecond hatid 8afeties for Ladies, Uentltxnen and BoyB. JCall and examine thorn. 2375-tf FOE SALE. w E OFFER FOR SALE AT THE following prices: Poha Jam in 2 lb. cans at $4 .50 per doz. Poha Jam in 1 lb. cans at 2.00 per dot. Poha Jelly in 1 lb. cans at 3.50 ir do. Guava Jelly in 1 lb. cans at 2.50 per dor. China Orange and Papala Jam, (thla is a very superior article), in 2 lb. cans at f4.50 per dozen. j"Tkrm8 Cash. KONA CANNING CO., Eealakekua, Konn, 31 40-3 m Hawaii. H I. The Daily Advertiser is deliver ed by carriers for 50 cents a month. Ring up Telephones 8S. Now is the time to sabpcribe.