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HONOLULU STAR BULLETN, SATURDAY, JULY 6, 1912.
RESOLUTION NO. CT2-
(ale of: general lease of
UPPER POUNALA, EWA, OAHU. ,
At. 12 o'clock coon, Monday. July
11912, at the front door to the Capi
tol Building, Honolulu, there will te
old at pubic anctlon, under.' Part V,
RESOLUTION MAKING APPROPRIATIONS FOR THE VARIOUS SERVICES
AND LIABILITIES OF THE CITY AND COUNTY OF HONOLULU.
BE IT RESOLVED by the Board of Supervisors of the City and County of
Honnllllll Tff-r 1 1 on- rst 1tna..ll . V.- w. fnllntvln anmi, .mnnnlllKT tn.T0
vt tuinaii, niai lie iwnun '"A u s i w, ohivumo". - 1 . . - ... C? n.llnfi aits
Hundred and; Elhty-even Thousand, ElKht Hundred and Seventeen Dollar; of the Land Act of 1835. Section Z7S-,
(-8.81.C0), are hereby appropriated to be paid mit of all moneys in the Gen
eral Fund of. the Treasury of the City and Comity of Honolulu for salaries
llxed by law and other salaries, wage of labor, donations, maintenance of jail
and general expenses of the said City' and County for the period beginning
with the first day of July, A. D. 1912, and ending-with the thirty-first day of
December, A. D, 1912, such payments to be made on pro rata monthly subdi
visions as stated In the schedule thereof herein contained:
' Per Month.
Salaries fixed by Law ........ .'...i..... ...5.640.0O
Advertising, not pro rated
Attorney, . Deputies and Office Employes,...
Attorney, Material and Supplies
Attorney, Expenses, Civil and Criminal Cases, not pro
rated .... ......
Auditor, Deputy and Office Employes ................
Auditor, Material and Supplies ..
Building and Plumbing Inspector, Pay Roll
Building and Plumbing Inspector, Material and Supplies
Burial of Indigent Dead, not pro rated .....w.
0urt Expenses, First Circuit Court, not pro rated....
City and County Physician. Pay roll ..
City and County . Physician. Medicine ..............
Clerk, Deputy and Office Employes
Clerk. Material and Supplies ....... ........
Collection nd. Disposition of Garbage
Commissions, Collecting Road Tax, not pro rated....
Coroner's Inquests, not pro rated
DUtrlct Court Employes
District Courts, : Material- and Supplies jVy..'
District Magistrate, Second, not pro rated .... I".
Donation, Hawaii , Promotion Committee' ,.1.V.... '
Donation. Kaplolanl Park Ito be expended under the
supervision of the, Board of Supervisors) ........
Donation, Lea hi Home ...... .....,i.....v. ..........
Election Expenses., not pro rated ..... . . . . '. .
Engineering and Surveying Work, Pay Roll' .'."....;:'
Engineering and Surveying Work, Material and Supplies
Fish InsDectors Pay Roll ....... .'. .'. . . . .V; . '
Hospital Expenses . (Including v Maternity Home),: not
Humane . Society not pro rated ....
Jailor's 'Park Supplies, not pro rated
Janitors, Pay Roll ..........
Expenses, Board of License .Commissioners, not pro rated;- ...
Maintenance,-Mayor's Automobile, not pro rated,.. ... '
Maintenance, Fire Stations and Fire Apparatus, Pay
Maintenance, Fire Stations and Fire Apparatus, Material -
and Supplies ............. K. .................... . 700.00
Maintenance, Hawaiian Band, Pay Roll ....... 1,870.00
Maintenance, Hawaiian Band, Material and Supplies.. 75.00
Maintenance of Jails, . Pay Roll ,... ....... ........... 1,055.00
Maintenance of Parks, Pay Roll .....A.... ; ' 530.00
Maintenance of Parks. Material and Supplies, not pro
.. rated . . , . . .. .... ................... .'
Maintenance of Police and . Fire Alarm System. Pay Roll 220.00
Maintenance of Police and Fire" Alarni System, Material
,i jnd supplies ',;.. . . . . . . . izoo-
Maintenance of Police. Force, Pay Roll ........... '.. 8,455.00
Maintenance of Police Force, Material and , Supplies. . 1.000.00
Maintenance of. prisoners ,.....-,
Maintenance and Construction of Eleetrlc Light System,
. Pay, -noil ..
Maintenance and Construction of Electric Light System,
Material and .Supplies
Mayor, Entertainment Fund, not pro rated
1IH.IUC1HOI3 ....... ........
Meat and Food Inspectors, Pay Roll
Milk Inspector, Pay Roll
Municipal Office .Rent
Registration Expenses, not pro rated .
Sanitary Inspectors, Pay Roll
upexvlBors, Material and Supplies, not pro rated
Treasurer, Jeputy and Office .Employes ......... .
Treasurer, Material and. Supplies, not pro rated.:..
Witness Fees; not pro rated ........ .......... ?
Maintenance of Roads, Honolulu District ........ .'. . . 6,360.00
Maintenance of Roads: Ewa District ',..;..:".i'.-IIVf;vv. 300.00
Maintenance of Roads, Waianae District
Maintenance of Roads, "Watalua District .
Maintenance of Roads, Koolauloa District
Maintenance of Roads, Koolaupoko District. ..........
Repairs, Pupukea Road, not pro' rated ................
""Road Oiling, Koolaupoko District, not pro rated.......
Hepalrs, Bridges, Waialua District, not pro rated:.
Waimea Brldje.. ....
Maintenance of Roadsi, Waimanalo District, not pro rated
BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, That the following sums, amounting to
Forty-three Thousand Four Hundred and Fifty Dollars ($43,450.00), are hereby
nj'i'wjJi miru UUC ('aiu UUl Ul UJ1 IllUIlcyS III r -liailClU llillutcuiciH uiiu
f the City and Coynty of Honolulu, for Permanent Improvements In the. City
und County., of Honolulu, as named herein for the period beginning with the
Fin day of July, 1912. and ending with, the Thirty -first day of December. 1912:
Construction Ewa-Waianae Road, .not pro rated........... . 5,000.00
Then by all means Bt a bottle of
this very day. It makes ' weak
stemaehs strong, keeps the Kver
and bowsls active. It - also pre
vtnts Malaria, Fever and Ague.
1S5 Incluilre. Rerieed Laws of Ha
trail, a general lease of the land of
Upper Pouhala, Ewa, Oahu, contain
ing an area ..of 810 acres, more or
less. ' ; -l::, ' '
Upset rental . f 405.00 per annum;
payable semi-annually In adrance.
Term of lease 15 years" from July L
All boundaries to be fenced.
Purchaser to pay cost of adrer-
tislng. ; , .V-'"-J , ' ?; .'-J." j-.-i v'
RpsArvation recardinr land reauir
ed for agricultural, : homestead, re- J
clamatlon, settlement or public pur
poses) and the furtner conditions that
the rents, of all lands withdrawn for '.
pineapple culUratioa.1 to be fixed by
rhlvf n arfll tui' mtuvlU In (111, !
lease. ' " . '.y
All persons desiring to object be
csuse these : landa should be home
steaded or otherwise, are' requested
to. present such objections to the Board
of Public Lands, in .writing or In per
son, on or before Pridav. Jnn 2S.
12 J At a meeting of the incorporators of
f- ; " ! - '''' Ithe Honolblu Star-Bulletin, LtcL, held
; tor maps and further particulars,. June 27. 1912; Uhe foitowlng-offlcers
apply at the office of the Oommls-'and directors were elected for the en-
tsloner ot: Public Lahds; Capltoi build- :suIn year: ;-,.-y y. . :.. -
' it. a:. Atnercon.;'.,..,v..,.msioent
JOSHUA D.: TUCKER. .
IN BAD . M
For sale by Benson, Smith & Co.,
Ltd., Chambera Drug Co. Ltd.. Hilo
Drug Co. and at all wholesale liquor
ELECTION OF OFFICERS.
Associated Pfes Cable! '
WASHINGTON. D. C. July 5.
California -a kne appears - to be holding
out for the colonel.' The progressives
in Sacramento yesterday decided that
they will fight for the colonel, but they
will fight under the name of the Re
publican party. This Is apt to cause ;
additional complications In the State, '
already in political confusion. I
In "South Carolina, John Capers.'
member of the Republican national
committee, and one of the delegates to
the last Republican national conven
tion, publicly announced yesterday that
he proposes to shift his allegiance from
Roosevelt, whom he supported at Chi
cago, to President Taft.
, , 'Commissioner of Public 4 Lands;
baed at Honolulu, June 1 5'. 1912T.
5ts June 6, 13, 20, 27 July 6.
RESOLUTION NO. 679.
; 4 oo.oo
BE IT RESOLVED by the Board of
Supervisors of the City and County of
Hoonlulu, Territory of Hawaii, that
the sum, of ONE THOUSAND. DOL
LARS ($1000.00), be and the same is
hereby appropriated out of all moneys
In. the General Fund of the Treasury
of the City and County of Honolulu,
tor. an account known, as Oiling "Ma
id k I . District. v ; .' " - . - .
' i Introduced .by Supervisor v ir ,
i I i ;;2 ;. ; ;iL e. murraV. ....
1 Honolulu, July. 2,. 1912. "
Wallace R.s Farrlngton '. : .......
, .. . .. . ...... ... ... . Vice-President
Emil- Berndt t,. Secretary
W. J. 'Forbes; . . , Treasurer
C. H. Atherton . I . ; , . . . . , . . Director
-f :'. '.. Secretary.
Honolulu, June 28, 1912 . 5280-3t
JOHNSON TO QUIT ON LABOR DAY
KANSAS CITY. Mo., July, 5. Jack
Johnson, the champion pugilist, reach
ed here tonight, showing little if any
effects of his fight with Flynn in Las
Vegas of the day before. He announc
ed that he will meet Palzer on Labor
Day, if the latter still wishes it, but
that after that fight he proposes to re
tire from the ring for good. Johnson
.said that he had cleared up $36,000 in
his fight with Flynn. and added, with
a grin that showed all the famous white
teeth, that his white wife had won six
thousand dollars additional by betting i
upon her husband. ' . ' : : ,
- At a - regular . adiourned jneeting of
the Board of Supervisors, of the City
and County of Honolulu held on Tues
day,, July; 2,' 1912, the foregoing Reso
lution was passed on. First Reading on
the following .'Vqte- of the .said "Board,
and. ordered to print: -V . ' '.;'
.i .,'Ayes iAmana, Arpojd, Dwlght, Mc
Clellan, Murray. Total, '5..v.-r:
: Noea-r-Noneu , ; ; ;;' ' ;.; . " ' ' ; .
7 . Absent and not, .votlng--Kruger,.Low.
Total, 2.; .
ti-- i i ;E. : BUFFANpEAU; .,
rv. ; Deputy City and ; Covntyj Clrk.
it".; '. 5280-3it, .v. I, tt;
RESOLUTION NO. 681.'
Stableman's Cottage. Ewa District Stables,- not pro rated: ;.
Construction Waianae-Ewa R,oad, not pro', rated '..;!.. .V:. v.
Construction Pooamho Bridge Waialua, not pro rated. V....
('onslructlon Punaluu Bridge, Koolauloa, not pro rated.......
Reconstruction Pali Road Fence,, not pro rated..... .....;...;.
Hotel Street Widening, not pro rated... V..............;;.
,. ! 1,500.00
BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED. That the following sums amounting to
Thirty-four Thousand Two Hundred Dollars ($34,200.00) are hereby approprl
uted.to be paid out of all moneys n the Road Tax Special Fund of the City .and
County of Honolulu for the building and maintenance of' roads and bridge In
the respective districts named herein for the period beginning with the First
any of July, 1912. and ending with the Thirty-first day of December, 1912, said f
pwymejits to be made pro rata in monthly subdivisions of said amount as stated
in the schedule thereof herein contained: .
Per Month. Six Months.
BE IT RESOLVED by the Bpard of
Supervibors of the City, and County of
Honolulu, Territory .of Hawaii, that
sum- of. TWENTY-FfVE . HUN
DRED ($2,500) DOLLARS be. and the
same .is .hereby appropriated out of all
moneys in the PERMANENT IM
PROVEMENT FUND, in the Treasury
of the City and ' County ' of Honolulu
for aji . account to be known, as
"REPLANKING QUEEN STREET
BRIDGE" : -.
Introduced by Supervisor
H, E. MURRAY,
Honolulu, July 2, 1912 , - : ; v
ANNUAL MEETING OF STOCK
HOLDERS OF HAWAIIAN FERTI
LIZER CO LTD.
By order of the president, the annual
meeting of the stockholders of Hawai
ian Fertilizer Company, Limited," will
be held at the office of C. Brewer &
Company, Limited, at 2 p. m. on Mon
day, July 15, 1912. f .. V
: r ; : :: J. HVATERHOUSE.
Secretary, Hawaiian -'Fertilizer; ? Comi
, : pany.. Limited: 'ktel1: -5280-td
LOVE-CRAZED MAN' 4 : .
MURDERS BROTHER'S FAMILY
- DAWSON, Alaska, July 5. Eugene
Vaglio, a miner, today murdered his
brother and then shot down his sister
in-law and the latter's two children. He
left the place, but returned after a
short time and shot himself. His body
was found on that of one of the girls
he had murdered. It is said that in
fatuation for one of his nieces, which
was bitterly opposed by his brother and
brother's wife, drove Vagi lo Insane and
led to the five murders. .
PH Oa1 BEACH
School of" the Chufc1
tJf' the "5ood
rector of the
ANOTHER FATAL TRAIN WRECK.
r LATROBE. Pa., July 5. A freight
train jr&shed tntSbl a standing passen-.
ger traW (near. here. tohhiH kjlfingf
.twenty-one vpf jtrfe; passengers- and . in
Juring more than thirty others. ' '' The
wrecRaCge then J caught lre and the
bbdles";werer; b6rnfed:tb ia crisp. '
CONGRESSMAN DEAD. .
NEW". YORK, ' N. Y., ' July 5. Con
gressman George R. Malby of Corning,
N. Y., died at his home late tonight.
The end was siiddeh.' although- Mr. Mal
by had been feeling" Indisposed for some
days. . Heart trouble is given as 'the
cause. ... ... . : . s ' '.
At ta . regular adjourned ; meeting of
the Board of Supervisors held 'on Tues
day; July 2; 1912 the following Reso- J
lutlon was passed on 'First Reading on
the? foHowIng vote of the said Board,
and ordered to print:.
t , Ayes Amana, Arnold,' Dwlght, Mc-
(lellan, Murray. Total, 5. : 1 - .
v. NoesNone. -.! i ,. v '::. r . .;
Absent and not voting Kruger, Low.
Total, 2. . . .' i
' ' E.1 BUFFANDEAU.
" 'Deputy City and" County Clerk.
District, of Honolulu ................. ....$3,200.00 $19,200.00
District of Ewa and Walanae ...... V............ 1,400.00 8,400.00
! District of Waialua '. ..... ..................... .'. r' 500.00 3.000,00
District of Koolauloa . ....... 300.00 1.8QO.O0
District of Koolaupoko ................................ 300.00 1,800.00
BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED. That the sum of Eight Thousand Seven
Hundred and Fifty Dollars ($8,750), is hereby appropriated out of all moneys
In the School Fund for maintenance, of schools in tlie City and County of Ho
nolulu for thf-nerlod bpfftnninc with the Klrst Hnv nf JuK' 119 anil nHlnp
with the Thirty-first day of. December, 1912.'
I BE IT FURTHER RESOLED, That the Auditor of the City and County
'of Honolulu is hereby authorized and directed to drawwarrants on the Treas
urer of said City and County for any of the sums named herelni .or parts
thereof, upon having filed with him schedules of salaries fixed by law and
other salaries, of donations named herein, of pay rolls and accounts for inate
r'als and supplies, for general expenses and for Permanent Improvements, ac
companied iy original vouchers and certified by the Clerk as having, been duly
il Missed and allowed by the Board of Supervisors at any regular meeting or any ;
hlecial meeting called for the purpose of considering expenditures. ; : .'
this Resolution, it -shall be necessary that all salary" lists. Items, covering dona?
Ijons, pay runs, accuunis ui gcnrrai eiprnses una permanent improvements
thall, before being presented to.tbe Board of Supervisors," be passed pon"by
r CommitteeTor Committees and by such be reported to the Board of Super
visors, with the recommendation 'of such Committee' or Committees,. and sums
found to be lawfully due and payable may then be voted upon singly or col
lectively as convenient, on a: call of the ayes and noes. In the event of ahy
st:ch Committee falling or neglecting to so pass any such matters or to make
any recommendation in regard thereto, the Board may thereupon act. '
AND BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED. That no liability under this Reso
lution shall be incurred In any month in excess of the monthly pro rata sums
herein authorized. -
AND BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED; That this Resolution shall take effect
upon its approval , . - '
, Introduced by
Sealed Tenders will be received by
the Superintendent of Public Works up
until 12 noon of Monday, July 15. 1912.
f or. the construction of a Reinforced
Concrete Septic Tank andx a Five-inch
Cast Iron Sewer for the Girls Indus
trial School, Mollilli, Oahu. , ;
; . Plans, specifications and blank forms,
of tender are on file in the office of the
Superintendent of Public Works, Cap
itol Building. :
. The Superintendent of Public Works
reserves the right to reject" any or all
tenders. ; ' ' ; -'
. r MARSTON CAMPBELL,
Superintendent of Public Works.
Honolulu, July 3. 1912.. . 5279-10t
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Cottage 'ot the iWihuku.SugjL Go. at
Valhee. A. large percent of. the chll.
dren in the Sunday "iscE6ol vthre presf
sent" The day wts spent most pleai
antiy in sports of varlbus ftinds, swln
mlng and short trafnps to the interest
ing points near the, cottage. Luncheon
was served at noon. '
The Makawao Union churctt Sunday
school held a picnic "'at v Halehaku
Gulch on the Fourth of July. The
day was perfect end two. large barges
filled with children went to the pic
nic grounds which '.were well chosen
for the event. Several automobiles
brought the parents and friends ot
the children to the gulch,, so that a
large party from Makawao, Haiku and
Paia found their way to one of th
beauty spots of the Island. The gulch
itself is .well worth! seeing, and 'the
pleature of he trip was enhanced by
the fact that it was a Sunday school
picnic and that so many could go;
J. Patterson, the assisiant superinten
dent of the Sunday school; was tho
originator of the ytn which was so
successfully carried out. ,:
' ' ' '' ' ' ' I
Date of Introduction: June 19 1912.
H. E. MURRAY.
NOTICE TO SHIPPERS.
; Freight for Hilo per S. S. Mauna
Kea will be received on Mondays, and
Tuesdays, also on Wednesdays up to
9 a. mn on Fridays and on Saturdays
up to . 12 m.
Positively no freight will be receiv
ed on Wednesdays after 9 a. m. and
on Saturdays after 12 m. '
INTER-ISLAND STEAM NAVIGA-
TIO.N CO., LTD. 5277-10t
15-H.P. Gas Engine
for sale. Yrou see it running at the
Wire Bed Factory on Ala pa i street. It
is being replaced by a 30 h. p. Otto.
Admits He Is Proficient in
Three Languages, Says a :
CoL Sam. Farker furnished ; much -"copy"
for the newspaper men at Cbi- ;
cago convention. . ', Here is a story that .
was telegraphed all over the coun-
try. ' ;';v ::VVv,'
Col. Sam Parker, Linguist. , p
CoL Sam Parker, of Honolulu, Is., -some
linguist. He admits It Jilmself? f
and proof is unnecessary. He Iswi1
Ing to engage in earnesi. argument;,
with anyone who so desires, in whar. 'f.
ever language the other fellow may
choose. Thej- all sound alike to Col.:,
Sam. The colonel also talks rapidly.,
to himself on occasion, and no ono -as
yet has discovered just what langinv
age It is he employes in his musingly
"If you are from Honolulu you nui3t "
speak Hawaiian, some one rmarted,
casually, the other day. .''
"Sure, I can talk'U like a native,"
said Col. Sam, who happens to be half
Hawaiian. "I can talk Kanaka to the
Kanakas as If I were a Kanaka. I can
swear in fourteen languages and dia
lects and I can whistle a word or two
of several other tongues, Including Es- r
perarito. - .1 - f . - j
"I really speak only three languages !
however, with any actual degree of ;
fluency," he confided. "I really am
powerful good at Engling, United
.States and profane!" -
TO CUac A COLD 0 CliEDAY
Talce Laxative Bromo Quinine
Tablets. All druggists refund
the money if it ' f a&s to cure.
E. W. Grove's signature is on
each box ' v. ;.; :
PARIS MEDICINE CO, St. Louia, (iS:fc
" -i ; . ... .. .. .
WHITE IRISH POPLINS
TWISTED RATINE . 7
COTTON CORDUROYS '
' CREPE VOILES,
PLAIN and FANCY FLAXONS
with Colored Oordtrs
A0l Inches Wide 40c per Yard
in White, Natural and
" . r ' f pii
GINGHAMS and BORDENS PER
CALES for Children's Dreses.
I M A
;VyOU:HAVE ALL HE.VRB OF THE "HAM WHAT AM." BUT
THE. VEAL "WHAT IS" COMES ' FROM THE It A Y M O S D
It A N C II, ON M AUr, : EV En Y ! FRIDAY AND IS SOLD ONLY
AT THIS MARKET. WE CAN SUPPLY THAT AS WELL A3
M E T R O P.O L I ;Ti'A N! M 2 A-T ' 1 1 ; R K E T .
Heilbron and TJbuis. ...
Telephone 3445. .', '
Upholstery arid Lttj
J. H0PP Ct C0 Lii
"its , ft
Two Cottaaee, , KJ'hi . . . . V ..... .... . . ...... .V
Cottage, Harbottle Lane ............... v 2C0O
Cottage, Harbottie Lane i... J.........
Cottage, Harbottie Lane .v.. . .... . ....... ;.V.Vr L . ;
let, Puunui, 30fCC0 sq. ft. 11)
Lots 20 and 21f BIk. 8,,Kewalo........
2-Bedroom Hov.e, Anapuni Street ........ ...
3. Bedroom House. Piikoi Street .........,.;.. r, . .
2. Bedroom House, Lower Punahou Street
Lot on Young Street, 1231 sq, .fL, rf...v...J. ,
Lot, Beretania Street, 2.7 seres. . ,
Lot on TantslUs. '
e ; sWvv
...... . . . . i
Cottace, Wilder Avenue
Tantalus Residence of General Davis, furnikhed.
GUABDI AH' TFJUD1 CO , Ltd.,
SECOND FLOOR, JUDD BUILDING
$5 PER ROLL OF 40 YARDS . . .'
Japanecs -Bazaeir - Fort sfrcct
is not experimenting. They are shoes of a J
known value held up as the standard j
of comparison the world over. - Our j
store service makes buying here j
pleasure. v.-' -
Pantheon Block, Hotel," Near Fort St
Goods Below Cost. Now Is Your Time To Buy.
Kapiolani Building, Alakea Street
I ( Hi
Approved this 2nd day of July, A. D. 1912.
73 July 5. 5. 6 .- ;
JOSEPH J. FERN,