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HONOLULU STAR-B ULLETI X, WE DX ES pAY, AUG. 7, J1912.
INSURANCE ON VALUABLE CITY flUI REPUBLICANS BUSY: isiiiiiit!ir,
PROPERTY IS ALLOWED TO liPSE
Insurance injlicles represent ins be represented at the sessfon in Buf-
tbousands of dollars held on a nutn
ber of automobiles, the property of
Ihe city and county of Honolulu, and
used by heads of various depart-
iraents, have expired and a scramble
'for the business now follows.
It was Supervisor Ainana who ap
peared most vitally interested In the
question of deferring the award of the
insurance business until a later meet
ing of the city fathers, despite the
yarning sounded by Supervisor Low
that valuable city property how re
mained practically unprotected, by in
surance. Amana is connected with a local
firm that handles insurance business.
Low made 'the clfarge that while he
was absent from the city, Murray
Amana and Kruger got together and
turned over the insurance on sever?;
falo September 18, 19 and 20.
Deputy City Attorney Milverton in
an opinion to the board stated that
the county had the right to unlock
the gates closed by the Kaneohe ranch
obstructing a thoroughfare which has
been used for many years by the pub
lic. Steam Rollers Cause -Supervisors to
The subject of "steam rollers was
briefly brought up last ni?ht and
there was a perceptible squirming in
seats indulged In by certain minority
members on the board who so far
have failed to hand a contract for a
new steam roller to a favored import
ing firm in this city.
Road Supervisor Caldwell, who urg
ed the purchase of a new road roller
through Master Mechanic Cushingham
presented a statement which placed
the cost of repairing all road rollers
In the county service at $5500.
A mainland firm has come forward
LEAD Gi II. P. IN TERRITORY
motor fire engines, to the agency with,
which Amana is connected in a bus-! with an offer to guppiy wnat Ia claim
iness way. j ed to be a sanitary drinking fountain.
"We should play fair in this mat-, for tire city schools. The matter has
ter," suggested Low. "Heretofore ' been taken under advisement
ihe insurance on city and county Engineer Whitehouse assured the
property such as automobiles has1 board that there was no objection to
keen pooled between the dozen or,' a change in the location of the road
more local agencies. way in the vicinity of Waianae plan-
Special representative Humphreys tation, believed necessary because of
of the Von Hamm agency was pres-! the addition to the Waianae forest
ent at a meeting of the board -held reserve.
last night and spoke in behalf of. the Taxpayers Clamor for Better Roads,
insurance placed by his firm. The Kalmuki district Is declared as
1 After much wrangling, the whole ignored by the present board, in the
matter was left to the discretion of matter of decent roads. A long petl
the ways and means committee- The tItm came before the members last
tt intn. voin of on t.mii night with signatures from property
dollars. or' more, may be reinsured ow5ee8,d!.ng1l 5In' 6th, 7th, 8th
following an authorisation to be f orth- ' " " ' , , ?
coming at a future gatherTng of the1 'ko Head Avenue and Walalae road.
b f, qwThey ask that something be done as
f Th rlV mmmi(tM vTo, l the district is growing to an extent
' The road committee has recom- Harr,or,c ,iiin
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Repairing Makiki ditch 11500, gutters
iSptxrial Star-IJullttin Correspondence
WAILUKU, Aug. 6. The Maui Re
publican forces have j)een quietly Or
ganizing during the last two weeks
The Eleventh Trrcinct Club held ks
i regular meeting at the Makawao Court
House on Friday evening,; July 19th,
and elected the following officers:
F. W. Hardy, president: P. F. Peck,
vice president: S. R. Dowdle, secre
tary; A. D. Morten assistant secre
tary; M. Almeda, treasurer; A- R.
Souza, G. M. Maalo. and Jos. Pires,
judges of election; W. O. Aiken, A.
F. Tavares, J. A. Abeong, L. von
Tempsky and Alfred Furtado, execu
At this same meeting, a strong reso
lution was adopted against the pro
posed change ,of the Makawao Court
,Houe to the site of the Paia Hotel.
The main reason for the objection jto
the change was the distance of the
new site from ths Kula region. The
general opinion wa3 expressed that
the location of the present court
house was admirable for the people
of the Makawao and Kula regions geh
erally, and that if the court house
were further away, the exjtra distance
to be traveled would be a hardship
upon all the people of that region.
On Saturday, July 20th, the Tenth
Precinct elected the following officer? :
Edgar Morton, president; Lot C. Ke
aloha, first vice president; Warren
Newton, second vice president; David
Morton, secretary; D. K. Mdrton, as
sistant secretary; Antone Fernandez,
treasurer; Allen Newton, F. C. de
Cambra and Isaac Wallace, judges of
election; George Copp, Josiah K. Ha-
ole, D. K. Kapioho, Mahiai Kahoopaki
and Kaula Kaai, executive committee.
This club also passed a strong reso
lution against the proposed change in
the Makawao Court House location.
The Sixteenth Precinct elected the
following officers: J. K. Hanuna, pres
ident; J. K. Kahilena, first vice pres
ident; P. K. Hauraea, second vice j
president; D. K. Wailehu, secretary; ,
J. M. Koko, Jr., assistant secretary; (
E. J. Silva, Joseph Kaiewe, treasurer;,!
Wm. A. Kekahuna, K. Kaloma, "'
judges of election; Geo. Cooper, R.
A. Drummond. J. M. Koko, Lui Pa-1
palimu and Paahoo, executive com-1
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PLAN FOR CITY . 1UNTAINH .
PAPER LAUNCHED IS IN BAD WAYjL
Tirst Read;ng of Ordinance Reported Twelve-Foot Vein
That Adds More Salary Ex-
I pense to the City
Struck but No Money to
Supervisor Amana introduced a re
solution calling for $1600 to repair
Maunakea street from King to Bere-tania,
or . Prospect street' $300, Kamehame
ha' school drain piping 12500.-"
. H. K. DeFries has been awarded
the contract . to replank Queen street
brtTHtaK5gu,;fcof,3W?.pS thou YOUNG WOMAN'JUMPS
Treasurer Shingle reported for the
month of June: Total receipts, $155,
861.93; disbursements, $48,867.11;
cash balance, July 1, 106,494.82,
Garbage Department Loses Much
J Forecasting an attempt to get the! The Mountain King mining enter-
next Legislature to legalize an official P8e is doomed to go to smash,, aa
organ for the city and county, the;'88 "e fa a
" . Iconeempd. nnlpsn the Hnnnlnln atork.
supervisors last night passed at first; nolders come up quickly wltn eiT
FROM EIFFEL TOWER
PARIS, July 30.An elegantly tiress
ed young woman jumped from the
topmost platform of the Eiffel tower
1 today. Her. body struck the iron work
j as it fell, and was almost torn in half.
tw U lorcm .m of on ! The flHmbs were severed before the
county.money lost each month in. VtJ.L
present management of the garbage TnVL!!
department A deficit of nearly fivel rihS.
!sUfh S and SS.SSSb of Xtot
hv shown In the report presented by wnere. Vaa.not known. The at
Chairman Kruger of the Health and tendants say the w)man was weeping
coiuiauuu uummiuee, . Accurumg w before . she jumped. She scribbled
tuo . i epuris , me uuparcmeui receiveu
$1347.43 for the month? and expended
$LW-rJeayjne a deficit of $4878.
It, 13 said.thatje addition of a num
ber of " employees has something to
do with t the : department falling be
hind 'during the past, few months. :
- W. C. Parke was granted 'permis
sion to drive an auto over the Tan
talus Toad to convey his sister to the
Queen's Hospital. s,
l Engineer Whitehouse estimated the
cost for several street" areas adjoin
ing Queen ; and : King street, Ewa of
Nuuanu, 4 as follows: Bltullthic sur
face, "Queen street bridge, $3200;
Queen street extension to Iwilei road
reading an ordinance authorizing the
appointment of a special clerk as sec
retary to the board.
The special clerk is to get up a
"municipal record" which, under
present plans, is to be a mimeograph
ed sheet and of which some thirty or
more copies will be made for distri
bution. The -clerk is to get up a re
port of the activities of the board
which will be ready for presentation
when the Legislature meets.
Members of the board say that if
the plan works out successfully, it
dues on assessments and call. There
is $1200 due here on assessments and ,
m r t a m a '
touuu is aeimquent on a can 01 me.
nature of a loan made some time ago.
A. Gartenberg brings the latest
news of the mine, from a visit he' paid
to the company's office in San Fran
cisco. Half an hour before he called
a telephone message was received j
from the superintendent, which re
ported that the last blast had opened
up a vein, between a "foot" and a
"hanging" wall, twelve feet wide 'and
full of, color. The stenographer 'as-
Wc arc now
showing the new
and among them
model is one of the
best styles eycr
presented. For the
business man who
has the desire for"
.is, to bur mind, a
peerless article. ,1
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is probable that the. next Legislature! sured Mr. Gartenberg thatr the -Aes-
will be asked to desienate the Daoer sage was genuine, one uaq bucu iaiux
something in a notebook, but after
ward tore this up. The body has not
been identified: :l . ;
A GOOD CHANGE
A Change of Food Works Wonders.
"Wrong food and drink cause a lot of
trduble In this world. To change, is
the1 first duty of every person who is
111; particularly from stomach and
nervolis troubles. As an illustration,
a lad writes:
"For a number of year I suffered
with stomach and bowel trouble which
as the official city paper and that the
I-lan is then to have this carry the
city's legal advertising. The salary
of the clerk has not, been fixed, but
$100- a month has ;been tentatively
agreed upon and George P.. Hensliall,
it is said on the "inside,", Is to ' be
named as clerk. '
"We feel that we are justified in
going to this expense," said Super--visor
Murray this morning. "It is a
cuestion of getting up 2this .report
now in proper form, at an expense ofj
in Mr. Hall, who with Mr. . Miller has !
been advancing money to the works,'
that, although her -salary was two
months in arrears, she frequently dug
into her own pocket for coin to pay
small expenses. One instance was her
paying 75 cents for a blueprint of the;
works to give to Mr. Gartenberg for :
.the enlightenment of the Honolulu
shareholders. It shows tracings of the
tunnel and drift and the place where
the vein 'above mentioned was struck
at least, Mr. Ogilvle, the mining en
chn,, ;nn f Ttw it rn until igineer on the spot, says that theopen
the last' minute and then having V lag shows a general indication of a
vein uetweeu tae iwi nira
6273; road to ; Hackfeld wh( SfpiJf'U"5 ?e ?" 1 JSZ
tCAZC Crt. Uxmn tr. tri in iiiucsL ui uie time, auuui iuui jvaio
16456.60; Mauna Kea street, King to Brr T . ., nfr M . . .Atran
Postum. My stomach and bowels im-
Queen street, $4345; River street,
King tp Qdeen, $2524.50 total, $22,
799.30. More Honors Heaped Upon Fern.
- Mayor Fern is again in the limelight
for additional honors. Not content
tastily-drawn report. There are many
things that happen that are not of
general interest enough to be pub
lished in -the newspapers, but that
should be set down briefly.
"As- the report is to cover the whole
year, the salary of the clerk will
"hanging" walls. "
"If the Honolulu stockholders do not
make good and holp things along," Mr.
Cartotihorcr oali thin mnminsr. "Hall
and Miller will advance money out of i
tnei own pockets and the property
. THE RAINS CAUSE THE GRASS ,TO GUOW, AND THK
FEED MAKES THE FAT. , OUR SUrPLV t$ FROM A SEC
TION NOT I MET BY THE DROUGHT. k'OJME IN AND TRY
HEILBRON & LOUIS
proved right along, but I was so re
duced in flash and so nervous that
the least thing would overcome me.
"Then I changed my food and began
amount to $50 a month. The stencil- Zl ""MJ
lUr WJ UCUl, WllCli Will J U1UOC n
ing of the mimeograph copies will be
$1 a page"
i..fc.ifW;:;iinB Grape-Nuts breakfast food in
name, he has succeeded In persuading j e VW VS fof ab?ut1,f05.r
th trii nnhtu vnrb. Haart. months. Day by day I gained in
IRON WORKS ONLY BIDDER
FOR PUMPING BOILER
the territorial public works depart
ment to rename a small fifteen foot
lane, the highway to henceforth be
known as Fern Walk." While it has
been said that Fern never walks as
long as the municipal gasoline holds
out to burn, the residents along the
flesh and strength until now the ner
vous trouble has entirely disappeared
and I feel that I owe my life and
health to Postum and Grape-Nuts.
"My husband is 73 years old and he
was troubled, foi a long time, with
have in the meantime contributed to
the call will have a lien on the prop
"The draft for the June payroll has
been issued, but there are no funds
to meet it Lately a cable call was
made for a loan of $3000 from the Ho
nolulu people, but if the dues on the
assessment and former call were paid
Kalihi hiehwav are now wonderine occasional cramps, and slept badly.
whether the government r-ajyers that,Finally 1 Prevailed upon him to leave
be have slipped them a Uttijokelet off coffee and take Postum. He stood
Speaking about autos th ! polled out for a long time, but after he tried
machines traveled 1443 and 924 milfes Postum for a few days he found that
respectively during the month of July, be could sleep and that his cramps
No report have been received from disappeared. He was satisfied and
machines, driven by Mayor Fern, En
gineer Whitehouse, Plumbing Inspec
tor Miehlstein, as "prescribed by law.
The League of American Municipali
ties has invited the Honolulu br-rd to
The Honolulu Iron. Works was the
only firm to offer a tender for the pro
posed, new boiler for the Beretauia j the company would not need
street pumping station ana tor con- money
necting the present boilers to all four
wells. The bid, opened by Superin
tendent Campbell, ofthe board of puo
has never had coffee since.
"I have a brother who has been" us
ing Postum for several years; his
whole family use it also, because they
have had such good results from it."
Secretary of State Knox has had to
nzain inform the Mexican eovernmont
lie works, at noon today, is $8810 for J and the rebel leader Orozco that they
the new 260 horsepower boiler, and J wouid j,e he'd strictly accountable for
$2250 for furnishing the material and , any injury to Americans or damage to
making the connections between the j Amerjcan property,
present boiler and the wells. j 4 .t.
The superintendent explains that at j
present each boiler is connected to . the supply as possible may be drawn
onlv two wells, that the artesian level I from the new ones.
is eTaduallv growing less in the two The contract cannot be given the
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Geo. H. Paris
old wells, and that it is found neces
sary to have the boilers connected
now with all four, so that as much of
bidder until the funds are available
from the new bond issue, which is to
be floated in New York September, 3.
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NOV IN PROGRESS
. MEW CURTAIN SCRIMS
In Artistic Colorings and Designs, Twenty-five and Thirty-five Cent. Goods
Now 15 cents the yard
Corner Fort and