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HONOLULU BTAR-BULLETI Nt TfESDAY, FER 4, lpl3.
AUDITOR'S STATEMENT OF, RECEIPTS AND DISBURSEMENTS OF
THE CITY AND COUNTY OF HONOLULU FOR THE YEAR END-
IN6 DEC 31. 1912.
For Current Expanses $142,749.68
Permanent Improvements 137.247.fM
Maintenance of Echoola 17,500.00 $:.'J7. 437.62
Fines and Cosis:
Diat. of Honolulu
Dist. of Ewa
Dist. of Walanae
Dist, of Waialua
Diet, of Koolauloa
Diat. of Koolaupoko
D16L or First Circuit Court
Police Dept. receipts
Honolulu Jail, receipts
Garbage Department, receipts..
Honolulu RcadB, receipts
Koolauloa Roads, receipts
Ewa Roads, receipts
Koolaupoko' Roads, receipts . . .
. Hospital receipts
Pall Telephone, receipts
Importation and Preservation, game birds
Realisations,, Auditor's office..
RaalUations, Treasurer's office
Realizations. Clerk's office
Fire Department, receipts
Balance forward, January 1, 1912
Bltnlithlc PavetnexU, King 3t. from Nuuanu
Stream to Nuoanu St. and Kekaulike St. from
Queen SL to Hotel vSL Bltnllthic surfacing
on King and Deretanla SL Bridges; King and
Kekaulike SL Sewers and Curbing
Bitullthlc PavemenL Nortb Queen Street
Bltulithlc PavemenL Queen Street Bridge
Bltnllthic PavemenL River SL Queen to King SL
Replanklnr Queen Street - Brldge . .
New -Bridge, PunahuC Koolauloa . . .
Van TiriAirm , Uatml ' f Rrliln . Mn JtV
New Bridge (Pooamoho) Waialua .
New Bridge, Kuallni Street, Honolulu
Storm Drain;" Alexander Street , .
Makee Island 'Road
Improvements,. Beckley Street
Crossing Walanae. Stream ....
Waimea Road. Koolauloa
Reconstruction Pall Road Fence (Concrete) .
Additions to. Electric List t System ...... v
Moanalua-Puuloa Jtcad (new)
Additions to Police .and Fire Alarm System
Parking . Kalakaua Avenue" . .
Nuoanu. Avenue, widening. ;'.
Ewar Walanae Road . .
Waianae-Ewa Road ...... v.
' Stableman's Cottage, Ewa DisL Stables 4
; , Curbing Blocks, Moanalua . ; ........... . . . . . .
Macadsmixing (Asphalt) Emma. Street ..
New School Buildliig. Walpahu 1 ..."
Concrete Gotters Prospect Street.
Queen' Street, Mokauea to Settlement Roaa . . . . . .
, " Construction Hobron .Avenue
Construction, Dole Street'..
Asphalt-Macadam, Beretanla, Fort to Nuuanu . .
Aanfc1t.Marffitm. v RftTPtunla Fort to Kmmi ..
Asphalt'Macad&mFort SL; Hotel to Beretanla ..
Asphalt-Macadam.', Hotel. SL, Ala kea to Fort . .
tAsphalt-Macadam.i King SL Punch, to Alapal..
AsphaltrM acadam. King 8LV Kekomo to : Kala
- i" kana-Avenue ii--,. tl,.... . . it. . .
Aiphalt-Macadam. King. 3L, Punchbowl to Pal-
-ace Gate .... ..'jV;.,. .,.1..
- Asphalt-Macadam. King StreeL North
- A8phalVMacadam. Manoa Road,
Asphalt-Macadam. Maunakea St. King St. to
i ; pauthl SL .'.;,.;..a..'.
: Aspbjilt-Macadam Maunakea-Pauahl to Bere...
Regrtdtcg, etc., t Prospect Street
, Salary of Mayor
Salary of Secretary
Incidental expenses ..,.
Entertainment Fund ri..i.
Maintenance of Automobiles ... ....
SUPERVISORS : v 9 :?--; . , . .
, Salaries -v v V. . ' '' : ''
Material and :.8uppliea ,.. ......
, Secretary" to Board . ... ... . . . . . ... . .
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' Committee - Clerks . .... .. . .'
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CITY-'ANP COUNTY. AUDITOR:
Salary of Auditor ;v t ' 2,400.00
Deputy and Employees '. U.Vi . 4,785.84
Material ana Supplies w, 9781
CITY AND COUNTY ATTORNEY:
Salary . of Attorney i 3,600.00
Deputies', and. Of flea. Employees. 8.610.00
Material and Supplies -. 1,223.31
Expenses, Ctvllnd Criminal 1.001.79
CITY AND COUNTY TREASURER
Salary of Treasurer I 2,400.00
Deputy and Office Employees 4,800.00
Material and Supplies 611.00
SHERIFF AND DEPUTIES:
Salary of Sheriff . . . $ 3,000.00
Deputy Sheriff, Honolulu 2.400.00
Deputy Sheriff, Ewa 1,500.00
' Deputy Sheriff.' Walanae 720.00
Deputy Sheriff, Waialua 1,200.00
Deputy Sherirf. Koolauloa 720.00
Deputy, Sheriff. Koolaupoko 720.00
DISTRICT MAGISTRATES OF OAH U
2ND. v DISTRICT MAGISTRATES, HONOLULU
1ST. 'AND 2ND. CLERKS. HONOLULU DIST. COURT
HONOLULU TJIST. COURT EMPLOYEES
DISTRICT COURTS, MATERIALS AND SUPPLIES
BUILDING AND PLUMBING INSPECTOR:
Material and Supplies
' Sundry expense.
CITY AND ;COUNT i PHYSICIAN:
Material 'and Supplies
CITY AND COUNTY '(HNEER:
Material and Supplies
FISH INSPECTORS 5
MEAT AND FOOD INSPECTORS
cr unm. JANITORS: Pay Roll
MAINTENANCE OF SCHOOLS 18.760.78
MT FIRE STA. AND FIRE APP.:
Pay RolU 46'683 00
Material and Supplies 12.017.53
Auto Equipment 28.363.00
MT. HAWAIIAN BAND:
Pay Roll ? J2.288.65
Matorinl and Supplies mw.
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LECTURE ON CONFUCIUS OPENS
SERIES FOR LENTEN
The first of the series of lectures from Tau, who lived a tboufand years
ou the United Mission study that are I before Christ. Tau's advice to bl
to' be given during the l-enten sea i followers included the following:
son took place yesterday afternoon at j "Don't walk in a crooked path. Don't
the Parish House, Central Union tetray the secret of the household,
I church. Mrs. Theodore Richards.
, president of the Woman's Board of
j Missions, presided at the meeting and
(the Reverend Tong Tin Yet of St.
Peter's Episcopal church delivered a
most interesting lecture on Confucian-
A Ism -and Tauism.
"Confucianism is not a religion, it
is a philosophy." said Reverand Tong.
In speaking of the works of Confucius
, he said that the teacher himself said
that be was a transmitter, not. a
maker. Some of the doctrines of the
great philosopher were, that one
should combine affability with dignity.
mildness with firmness, straightfor
wardness with gentleness, eagernesB
with sincerity and so on.
Confucius took many of his teach
lngs'from the good king. Yah Shun,
and his successor. Those men lived
j a great many years before the
philosopher. Reverend Tong Tin Yet
also told something of the birth -.of
I Confucius. It Is said thatvheHraa
born in a cave iiythe mountains and
that each year the fairies and genH
go to that cave and celebrate his
birth. The speaker gave a brief hla
tory of the life of Confucius and of
Confucius derived many of his ideas
. 1 New Instruments y
MT. OF JAILS: -
Material and ZTupplies
MT. OF PARKS:
Material and Supplies
Donation, Kapiolani Park .
MT. POLICE AND FIRE ALARM SYSTEM:
' Material and Supplies . .'
MT. POLICE FORCE: '
Pay Rolls .... ::f
Material and Supplies
Police Auto Patrol . .
MT. QF POUNDS f PayJtolI
MT. QF .PRISONERS t . .
JAILOR'S PARK SUPPLIES
COLLECTION AND DISPOSAL OF GARBAGE:
Pay Rolls and Material and Supplies . ....
MT. ROADS. HONOLULU:
v Labor and Material
.MT. ROADS, EWA .
MT. ROADS. WAIANAE ?.
MT. ROADS, WAIALUA
MT. ROADS, KOOLOULOA
MT. ROADS, KOOLAUPOKO w . . .
MT. ROADS, WAIM ANALO
RIGHT OF WAY NUUANU AVE
EXPENSES, MOSQUITO CAMPAJCjN .
MT. AND CONST'N. ELECTRIC LIGHT SYSTEM
Material and Supplies
- Current, purchased
COMMISSIONS, COLLECTION ROAD TAXES ..
PREMIUM ON INSURANCE
BURIAL OF INDIGENTS
Hawaii Promotion Committee
. $ 300.00
Be humane to animals. Respect old
men and infants. Pity the mlsfor
tunes of others and . rejoice In their
prosperity. Many of these old teach
ings might well be put into practice
at the present time.
Both Confuclos and Tau laid greaS
stress upon filial piety, and at the
present day UTe ' Chinese are most
obedient to their parenU. Reverend
Tong said that so far as he knew the
Chinese are the most filial people on
Confucius cald that in five hundred
yiare there should come a king whom ,
all should worship. In five hundred
years the Christ wa$ bora. Rev. Tong
said that he has always considered ;
that a prophesy and that the men
who are at the head of the Chinese t
Republic are Christians and that they
worship the Christ He has great
faith that the republic will prosper. V
The next lecture will be given next
Monday at four o'clock at the Metho- 5
dist church. The Rev. T. W. Wad man .
and Rev. Motokawa wilt speak; on '
Shlntolsm and Buddhism. It is hoped,,
that the meeting will be as well at- ,
tended as was the one yesterday for
the Parish House was filled with
women of all denominations .
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TO VIGGLE AT
highly educational in their character --and
a movempt is already on foot to
have as many as possible of the school -
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cmidren ot Honoiuiu 10 . aneoa - wo .
lecture. ' ' . .. i
The lecture Saturday night, ia but
the first of three and is to be called,
rindiang of the Painted Desert" The -V
second lecture is "Yellowstone Parte,
and the, Sioux Indians.- giving a
series of, vivid picture of the -wonders i
of the1 national -reservation v in the (:
Rockies. The' date 1 set- for this is
Tuesday. February 11. The third and
Real snakes of the deadly rattler. LastJecture of i the Prwentserler Will;
brand will wriggle across the stage of
the Hawaiian Opera House next Sat
urday night, when MrS; Edward H.
. . . . 7,$'!3
Htmp and her husband give their lec
ture on the famous snake dance ot
the Hopi Indians. The seat plan foe
the lecture has already been opened
at the rooms of the promotion com
mittee which is boosting the lecture
with all Its might
Every one has heard of the Hop!
Indians. They, are one of the strong
est of the races left on the big" Ameri
can continent, totally unlike the other
red? men and apparently more allied
with the Aztec of Mexico than 'with
the natives "of the plains of Arizona
and New Mexico. Their native arts
have attracted the attention sf scien
tists the world over, but the most
qnrious thing about them ls.the aa
nn.l inalra rfonda nf urhlfh TTlTirh ha
115,120.08 lten wrItten out nttle pictured before
COMMISSIONERS OF INSANITY
CLAIM Mrs. Mabel Turrlll
"CLEAN UP DAY" LABOR
WATER RATES: COUNTRY COURT HOUSES
ELECTION EXPENSES ".
Salary Chief Clerk 1st Cir. Court
Salaries Clerks, Cir. Court
.Salaries Stenographers. Cir. Court
i Salaries Interpreters; Cir. Court
Salaries Probation Officers, Cir. Court
' SupporJJuvenile Court Dependents
COURT EXPENSES, 1st CIRCUIT COURT
-EXPENSES, BOARD LICENSE COMMISSIONERS
REPAIRS, PUPUKEA ROAD
REPAIRS BRIDGES, WAIALUA
ROAD OILING, KOOLAUPOKO DISTRICT
CURBING ALA PA I ST. PLAZA '.
REPAIRS MAKIKI DITCH
REPAIRS MAKIKI FLUME
IMPORTATION OF GAME BIRDS
REPAIRS TO INCINERATOR
EXPENSES MUNICIPAL RECORD
BODY GARBAGE TRUCK
GROUP PORTRAIT OUTGOING BOARD
PICTURES FIRE DEPT. EQUIPMENT
PUBLIC MEMORIAL SERVICE G. A. R
EXPENSES, HOTEL ST. WIDENING MATTER . .
INTEREST ON REGISTERED WARRANTS
TELEPHONE. PALI CANTON I ER
Iss Automobile Supplies
The snakes are gathered by the
young braves of; the tribe, and con
trary to the general belief are not de
prived of their poison fangs, nor
drugged before they are used in the
snake dance, which is religious in its
The pictures showing the snake
dance Were taken by Mr. Kemp who
is a master of bis craft, and are
reckoned among the best, of their
kind ever shown. Mr. Kemp is a
graduate of two famous London, art
schools and although he is a photo
grapher by profession has brought his
"trade" out of the purely mechanical
almost into the realm of high art. In
addition to the claims made for the
pictures from the view point of mere
passing interest they are said to be
It's all "dovn hilC ;
WbtaYovWsar t . -
; Evtry pair srylki, tvery pair
Bad to ft and every pair, froas
the liffctett dress ssodsl to thm
heaviest Winter ttora boot, ssads
for service "c; j yl':. r , ; .. . ; .
be "Panama Canal and the Canal up
to Date. to he given" Friday, Febrn
ary 14. The. prices for, the lectures "
are 75 cents and $1.00, and the tickets,
as mentioned above are to be secured m
at the promotion committee rooms. ; U
Between lectures and after he has
finished his series Mr. Kemp is going
to be hard at work securing data for
another , lectnre to be .added to his ,
list The new one will he on the Ha-,5, . "I
walian Islands, and the lecturer and - Yy f J" Tj O r A rTV 7 '
his wife are going to make sideTtrlpS . tj VjlC Hivw) f Jl
all oyer the territory Vmaklng pictures M?.9 . -,r
and gathering material One of the, v , . ; - - - ' , ;
series' of moving -pictures t Mr. Kemp IUal at WTMataU, ,
intends. td take willle of-the volcano i : :.r-r ffv v-
of Haieakalau, on ,MauL
1 r ' t
8 Merchant SL"V. ! ,
Waldeyer & Whitaker, the real es
tate firm on Union street near Hotel,
reports unusual activity in the real es
tate business -during the month of
January. Besides a number of sales
of residences they closed twenty-three
sales. for choice building lots in differ
ent parts of the' city, about of eight of
them being for choice lots in the Kai
mukl district . - -
Persons looking for property will doN
well to consult this firm, as tbey have
a number of choice buys at present.
They have property, in alK parts bt the
city and sell for cash or on time.
GE0P.GE :.V. J.uluS
- Auctioneer and Commission ':i
Sachs Block " 78 Beretanla St
lea Cv ;nn
Tort St, near Bereu-.U V ;
Georgia University "freshles," Z )
strong,5 broke into a theater ; where
Margaret Angller., was .' playing- aal
caused - a riot " . ..' .
receipts for the year .
Balance in General Fund 1 1 13 $ 74.27 1.64
CITY AD C'fK'STY OF HOSOLI'Lr
AUDITOR'S IlEl'OKT FOR THE YEAR ESDIXG DECEMBER SUL 1912
ROAD TAX SPECIAL DEPOSIT
Ewa Ko- Koo-
Honolulu Walanae Wabiua lauloa laupoko
Balance I 1 12 $ 2.543.55 $ 1,256.71 $ 90. 10 $ 3o.',.22 $ 400.04
Receipts. 1912 33,696.22 12,761.45 5,339.15 2.049.25
Total receipts 36.239.77 14,018.16 5,449.31 2.3-".4.47 3.108.60
Disbursements 31,300.11 11,735.78 4,'.)40.3O 1. 800.00 220.127.116.11
Balance 1 1 13 $ 4,939.66 $ 2j2J28 $ 509.01 $ 554.47 $
Dist. Honolulu $4,939.66
Dist. Ewa and Waianae 2.2S2.3'
Dist. Waialua ."I9.M
Dist. Koolauloa r.."4.47
Dist. Koolaupoko 1 r 7 . 1 S
.lanuarv LT.th. 1913.
Auditor. City mid Conntv of Honolulu.
Owinsr l I'niiHUiil Preparations ofe?ary for
:. . . : . " . '-.
The Bijou Theatre will remain
"DARK" again TONIGHT
The Greatest, Play Ever Staged
AN ABSOLUTE MASTERPIECE, will he rhen
Reened eat on sale at Bijou Theatre from 10 a. m.
10 p. ni.
Qaem of All Hosleal Artists
Van Camp and
Mlrtli, Mairlf and One Trained Pfe
EXTRA ADDED FEATURE
Portray ine Soutkern Characters
Southern Sonjrs and Danen
A.N EXCEPTIONALLY GOOD BILL
Price ic, He, 20c, 30c