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SUNDAY BULLETIN, HONOLULU, H, T.. SUNDAY. FRIUIUATIY "3, 1902.
For a quiet rest and a
pleasant Sunday, the at
tractions at the Inn nro
unsurpassed. Finest surf
bathing nnd canoeing on
Excellent cuisine nnd
the best of service. . .
L. H. DEE, - Prop,
W. Beswlck, Manager.
Edmond Johnston, Stew
ard. Miss Mary Smith, Stew
ardeti. Take the ear to Walklkl.
Seattle and Tacoma
S. S. OREGONIAN, 6000 tons, to salt
S. S. CALIFORNIAN, 6000 tons to sail
For further particulars apply
H, HAGKFELD & GO,, Agents,
C. P. MOR8E, General Freight Agent.
W. C, Achi & Co.
We will Buy or Sell Real Estate In
all parts of the group.
We will Sell Properties on Reason
10 WEST KING STREET.
HART & CO.,
THE ELITE ICE CREAM PARLORS
Fine Ice Creams and Water kit,
Chocolate and Confections.
The Finest Resort In the City.
Try our "Elite" Oyster Cocktails.
A. Harrison Mill Co., Ltd.
Tel. White 1221
P. O. Box 555
Sawing, Planing, Turning and
Mill Work In all Its branches.
Lumber - Kiln - Drying
a specialty, and in large or small
Honolulu Iron Works.
Improved and modern SUQAR MA
CHINERY of every capacity and de
scription made to order. Boiler work
nd RIVETED PIPES for Irrigation
purposes a specialty. Particular atten
tlon paid to JOB WORK, and repairs
executed at shortest notice.
COTTON BROS. & CO
ENGINEERS AND : : :
Pi.nt and attlmatet furnish.! for all ctaitaa
, BOSTON RLOCK.
SURGEON AND SPECIALIST.
Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat Exclusively
REMOVED to new office, 114G Ala
kea Street, opp. Hawaiian Hotel.
Hours, 9 to 12, 3 to 5:30, 7 to 8; Sun
days, 9 to ii.
Dr. Archibald N. Sinclair.
Offices Rooms 208-209 Doston build
ing, Kort Street.
Telephones Offlce, Main 383; Res
idence, White 2861.
Hours 11 a. ra. to 1 p. m.; 3 to j
p. m.; 7 to 8 p.m.; Sundays, 12 to 2 p.m.
P. O. llox 801.
A. 0. WALL, D.D.S.
0. E. WALL, D.D.S.
Love Building, Fort Street
Hours, 9 to 4. Telephone Main 320
NO FLAT BOTTLES
At the Dinner Table
A Diluter for Wine
STILL wines aro mado spark
ling when mixed with " " "
white rock water
They are, In this way, given a
zest and life, uncqualed except
by the best champagne, The
diner out or the gentleman who
must entertain much at his club,
will do well to note that tho ta
ble will be supplied with this
water. It Is given a prominent
place on the wine list of tho
most exclusive clubs In America,
and haB been honored by Presi
dential approval when served at
the Inaugural Ball Banquet In
Washington, Tho palate of epi
cures Is gratified to the utmost
by WHITE ROCK WATER.
W. G, Peacock & Go,, Ltd,
Bulletin. 76c cer month.
Municipal Government Is
Method of Procedure for the Organization
and Incorporation of All Cities,
Towns and Villages,
Mayor's Term of OfflCC, His '
Disability or Removal and
Presence at All
Veto Power of the Mayor
Filling a Vacancy, Arranging
the City Budget and I
ARTICLE III THl, MAYOR.
Sec. 1 The Term of Offlce.
Sec. 2 Filling a Vacancy.
Sec. 3 Disability of Mayor.
Sec. 4 Removal of STayor.
Sec. 5 Presence of Mayor anl Heads
of Departments at Council
Sec. C Veto Power of Mayor.
Sec. 7 City Hudget.
Sec. 8 Compensation of Mayor.
ARTICLE III THE MAYOR.
The Term of Office.
Section 1. The chief executho ofTl
cer of the city shall bo n Mayor, who
shall be a citizen of the United States,
a. qualified voter residing within tho
city limits, shall be elected TJy"a ma
jority of all the otcs cast nt tho elec
tion, and shall hold his offlce for two
years, and until his successor Is elect
ed and has qualified.
ProWded, however, That after tho
third election held hereunder, one of
the qualifications of candidate for
Mayor shall be that he has served one
term as Councilman nnd nil the Conn
ilmen elected nt the first election
hereunder are hereby declared so
Filling of Vacancy.
Sec. 2 Whenever a vacancy shall
occur In the office of Mayor, unless
otherwise provided by law, the Presi
dent of tho Council shnll act as Mayor
and shall possess all tho rights and
powers and perform all the duties of
Mayor until his successor is elected
anil has qualified.
Disability of Mayor.
Sec. .1 During the temporal y ab
sence or disability of the .Mayor tho
President of tho Council shall act as
Mnyor pro tempore, nnd during such
absence or disability shall possess tho
rowers of the Mayor and perlorm his
duties, except that he Bhall not np
point or lemove riom ofllco any pel
ion in tho administrative service of
the city unless such nbsenco or dis
ability continues for a period of thirty
days or more.
Removal of Mayor.
Sec. -I. In case of misconduct. In-
ability or failure properly to perform
his dutlcB, the Mayor may be removed
trom otnee by the Governor of tho Ter
ritory, after being given an opportuni
ty to be heard In his defense.
Tho proceedings upon such a remov
al shall bo public, and a full detailed
statement of the reasons for such a re
moval shall be filed by tho Governor
In the office of the Secretary of tho
v-.inuij., un.i Mum ue a matter or
VuU1,ii iwuiu, inu uvciHioii 01 ino.ieruy my inanusrr nt." i,.,.h.,i.i .
Governor when filed with the reasons
therefor shall bo final. And tho Gov
ernor may, pending tlio Investigation,
Much wholesome adilce that bliould
lesult In benefit to both mother and
chllil Is tontulned In a little hook
written by Marlnnna Wheeler anil pub
lished by Harper & Ilrothcrs, Ab su
perintendent of tho New York llables'
Hospital, Miss Wheeler has had a long
experience In tho treatmout of llttlo
children, and every page of her book
evinces a tender sympathy with moth
ers In the perplexing problems which
they are suro to meet.
The author begins with the first min
utes of the baby's life, and, with a
careful attention to detail for which
many a young mother will be grateful,
follows tho Inevitable childhood ex
periences through the first year or
Many of tho suggestions may appear
radical to young mothuis. For Instance,
the writer asserts that If the baby Is
to live he must cry, and since this Is
necessary any parent who objects to,"10 nowborn child should spend tho
hearing her child cry In a hearty and . Renter pait of his early life In bed.
healthy manner Is selfish In consider- Among tho other subjects treated
Ing her own nerves beforo the welfare a' ventilation, the nursery and nurse,
of her child. She says: "Instead of.'e nam and clothing, feeding, and
oulctlng him, on tho contrary. It
.uuld bo a mother's duty to Insist
that her baby Indulges In a cettuln
amount of gooil healthy crying each
day. A whining, fietful cry Is not a
beneficial one. It must be a good,
strong, hearty cry; ono during which
the baby draws In n deep breath and
holds It for a few Beconds, thus ex
panding the llttlo lungs to their fullest
extent. It is this which strengthens
and toughens the lung tissue, A child
with lungs thus made strong and
S8,)C1 the .Mayor for a period of
Presence of Mayor and Heads of De
I partments at Council Meetings.
Sec. 5. The Mayor nnd tho heads
of the Administrative Departments of
the clt shall have tlfe right to be
present nnd participate In the proceed
ings of the Council, but not to vote,
it shall bo tho duty of tho Mayor and
lot cach of ,he hcals of the De"art-
Council, and to answer such questions
lelattvc to the affairs Of the city under
1 his management as may be put to him
by any member of tho Council.
. Veto Power of Mayor.
I Sec. (J. Every ordinance or resolu-
1 tlon of tho Council shall, before It
takes effect, be presented duly cortl-
I lied to the Mayor for his approval.
The Mayor shall return such ordinance
or resolution to tho Council within
I ten days or at the next meeting of tho
' Council after the expiration of said
ten days. If ho npprovo It, ho shall
sign it; and If ho disapprove It, ho
shall specify his objections thereto In
writing If he do not return It with
Mich disapproval within tho tlmo
specified It shall take effect ns If ho
t had approved It. In case of dlsnp-
pioval the ordlnnnco or resolution
may be again passed within ten days
by tho votes of nt least two-thirds of
the members elected to the Council
In case nn ordlnanco or resolution of
the Council shall appropriate money,
the Mayor may approve one or moro
of flio Items In such ordinance or res
olution, nnd disapprove tho others. In
nidi case those which ho slinll fall to
disapprove shill become effective, and
tloso which he slinll disapprove shall
become effective only If again passed
as above provided.
Sec. 7. It Bhall bo the duty of tho
Mayor from tlmo to tlmo to mako such
recommendations to tho Council as ho
may deemto be for tho welfnro of tho
city, and on tho day of
In each year to submit to tho
Council the annual budget of current
expenses or tho city, any Item In
which may be reduced or omitted by
the Council; but the Council shall not
Increase any Item in nor the total of
Compensation of Mayor.
Sec. S. Tho Mayor of any city In
corporated under this Act may bo
paid a salary, tho amount of which
shall bo fixed by tho Council; but no
Council shall change, tho salary of any
Mayor after his election.
Richard Mansfield, tho nctnr, re
eently sent tho following letter to nn
nsplilng young playwilght. who had
Submitted to till, ni-lnr n ,.lun.i. .....I
ten manuscript play of nn unusual
length: "My dear Young Man I nm
quite sure that auyonu who could ac
complish so extraordinary n piece of
penmannhlp ns the enclosed must have
a letter In his pocket somewhere ad
dressed to posterity. I advise ou to
deliver It at once." In icply ho ro-
ceivoci tho follow ng: " I'osterltv'
(Illchaid Mansfield) Following your
esteemed advice, I again send to pos-
said to have been so amused that ho
actually took the time and patience to
read the onco 1 ejected manuscript
To Her Children,
healthy does not catch cold easily. Hut
heie, In tho very start, moderation nnd
Judgment must bo exercised; all cries
of tho Infant aio not alike, and a
mother should as soon as possible
learn to distinguish them,"
The different cries of tho child are
classified as tho cry of natuie,tho cry
or temper or Indulgence, of hunger and
of pain. "If the mother or nurse," says
Miss Wheeler, "Is convinced that tho
cry Is other than natural, the best and
most sensible thing for her to do Is
flist to mako a thorough examination
of tho Infant and try, If possible, to
find tho cause, and, In relieving that,
thus relieve the child. Among the
possible cnuseB to be looked for are
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the flesh, uneoinfoi table wr nk es In!
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the clothes, colic, cold hal.ds and feet,!
itltia nlfli.11 ..llf.f.l. . nH .-. f f.-i
earache and constipation." Headers
aio told that constnnt handling of tho
Infant la not good for him, and thnt
diseases common to Infancy.
Under tho head or "Sleep and
Amusement" many valuable hints are
given. To forco tho development of
tho brain faster than tho other mem
bers Is declared to bo neither right nor
safe. "Better," It is stated, "allow tho
baby to take his amusement and men
tal development Into Ills own hands, at
least for a while; he will not go beyond
his powers of endurance, and the prog
ress will be slow and sure as tho child
ill. 1.1 11 1,-..,, 1 . ,-i,l
Ambitions Modern City
Holds Its Future Yery
Largely in Its Own
Hands for Progress
Editor Sunday Bulletin: Every am
bitious modern city has Its future
largely In Its own hands. Most Amer
ican cities ore discontented with their
measure of achievement, and certainly
when compared with such notable ex
amples as Glasgow, Manchester, and
many others their cause for discontent
becomes apparent. However, there U
no progress without discontent. A
contented mind may be a continual
feast but there are so many things
better than a feast, and one of these Is
It It nway down In the scale that we
find tho primitive man with his chief
pleasure tho feast. And speaking of
feasts, Honolulu has assimilated tho
Oriental In the past. The delicious,
wriggling little Jap has been a tender
und profitable morsel. Now the West
erner Is at her door with his Mackay
cable. The Westerner Is not ns tho
denizen of the Far East. Tho Wester
ner Is aggressive, fired with a love of
the Institutions of the Western civili
zation, and a fierce desire to transplant
these wherever he goes. Little ho minds
anathemas of "carpet-bagger," "new
comer" and the like, ho Is an Anglo
Snxon. He will tell you that he Is
fighting for principle. The real truth
is ho will fight for what he loes. His
loves aro deep.
No Mots-Grown City.
Aic we ready for the Westerner and
his estimates? Arc we doing anything
to make ready for him. Do we want
No city in the world stands less
likelihood of becoming Insular or
moss-grown than the tourist city. The
tourist city becomes known through
out the world for Its essential quail
ties. The breath of the world rushes
through It with constant renewing,
Tho tourist city with Its tourist con
tingent Is In touch with tho world, and
Its citizens revive their decaying fires
nt this breath of fresh life.
Local Investments of stocks nnd leal
estate pass In constant review before
a changing, moneyed public. Capltnl
Inevitably becomes Btrnndcd In the
plnco In one way and nnother. The
drawback to life In the Hawaiian Isl
ands Is the Isolation fiom the great
centerB of civilization. Do we want
the Westerner? assuredly yes. Wo say
and wo hope that the Mackay cablo
will Increase travel to the Inlnncs. Is
this travel to discover us with out gut
ters running cesspool overflow, with
whuncs Inadequate for tho present
business, with sidewalks so foul and
dirty that the floors of stores and shops
nro necessarily the dirtiest In Chris
tendom? What Honolulu Has.
Arc tho Incoming multitudes to be
Jolted over our uneven, rough streets
hauled past our reeking quagmires, and
will they think you be charmed, will
they Indeed come In the droves which
yield Los Angeles, St. Augustine und
latteily Havana a handsome yearl.r
harvest to a port which Is two-thirds
of the tlnw an Infected port? Ilonolu
hi bus not the picturesque nnd beau
t If til remains or un old and cultured
civilization which distinguish Havana
Los AngcleB, St. Augustine nnd even
Manila. Wo have bananas nnd some
times pineapples, but we have not tho
galaxy of fruits and flowers which en
chant the tourist to Los Angeles and
Pasadena. Wo have Indeed beautiful
flowering trees and vines, emerald
foliage, charming, spontaneous moun
tain ranges, with capricious peaks, de
lightful lines, mountains not to be
taken too seriously. We have an en
chanting blue sea; we have a city with
rarely picturesque environs which na
turally compose a charming panorama
with not a serious, grave note In tho
ensemble; we have n city for which
nature hns done everything and art
nothing. Wo have "The wafting sail-
loved breeze" which sweeping through
t,10 Nun ,, wUll fres)l rcWy8 Qf
, ,, , ., ,
ozone a dally scavenger is nn essential
,.,. ,.,.,.., ..... A
iirillillli u, una iicunmui niiuutc, hi.
this we havo.
But About Municipal Upbuilding.
Wo may have lnoail, clean streets,
lined with brilliant, flowering trees;'
wo may have handsome paved
wharves; we may have beautiful parks,
n revelation of tropical beauty, with
modern equipped play grounds, zoos,
etc. Wo may have the modern equip
ped public school, with the technical
training which has given Franco a
country or skilled artisans, skilled en
gineers, architects, physicians and
scientists; we may have a building in
spection, and building ordinances
which will give us a city of Intelligent,
coherent buildings, Instead ot shacks;
wo may have a clean port from which
(Continued on page 12.)
Draft of Charter for
Honolulu, Submitted to the Repub
Salaries Shall be Prescribed by
Ordinance or Resolution
and Bonds Required
Trustees of Public Property.
Limits and Conditions to Grants
of Franchise as Granted
Assignment of Places for Holding
Sec. 27. The Board may by resolu
tion or ordinance by a vote of not less
thnn two-thirds of all tho members
elected assign such place or places In
said city as may seem to It most con
duefvo to tho public convenience for
tho holding of the district and other
courts. Notlco of any change of the
place of holding such courts shall,
before tho same takes effect, be pub
lished In two newspapers for a period
ol not less than two weeks. Said pub
lication shall be made under tho direc
tion of tho City Clerk.
Security to De Require from Certain
Sec. 2'tj. It shall bo tho duty of the
Board where no provision has been
made by law In respect thereto to pro-
lilc for the accountability of all offi
cers and other persons, save as herein five years, but such grant may nt tho
otherwise provided, to whom tho re- option of tho city prdvlde for giving
ceipt nnd expenditure of the funds of to the grantee the right of n fair vol
the city slinll bo entrusted by rcqulr-' nation or valuations to renewals not
ing from them sufficient security for exceeding In the eggregnte twenty five
the performance of their duties ofears. Such grant and any contrnct
trust which security shall be annually In pursuance thereof may provido that
renewed; but the security first taken upon the termination of the franchise
shall remain In forco until new seen- or right granted by the Board tho
rity shall bo given. plant as well as the property of tho
Prescribe Salaries of Offlcert.
Sec. 29. The salaries of all officers
and employes of the City Bhall. subject
to tho provisions of tills Act, bo pre
scribed by ordlnanco or resolution ex
cept that no change shnll be mado In
the salary of any elected officer or
heml of department during tho term
lor which he was elected or appointed.
Publication of Code of Ordinances.
Sec. 30. The ordinances of the
Board shall, as far ns practicable be
reduced to n code and published.
Trustees of Public Property.
Sec. 31. Tho Board and tho several
members thereof nnd nil officers of the
City nie hereby declared trustees of
the property, funds and effects of said
c-lty lespectively so fnr as such prop
erty, funds nnd effects aro or may be
committed to their management
control nnd every person residing
said city when authorized to pay taxes
therein nnd who shall pay taxes thoro-
in Is hereby declared to be a cestui
que trust In respect to tho said prop
erty, funds and elTects respectively;
and nny co-trustees or nny cestui que
trust Bhall be entitled as against said shall make payment for such plant
trustees and In regard to said proper- and property It may lease the said
ty, funds nnd effects, to all tho rights plant and property and the right to
nnd privileges provided by law for. use the streets and public places In
any co-trustee, or cestui que trust to ( connection therewith for limited re
prosecute nnd maintain nny action to rlods not exceeding ten years. Every
prevent tvnBto and Injury to any prop-1 grant shall mako adequato provision
eity. funds and estato held In trust, by way of forfeiture of the grant or
Such trustees aro hereby subject to all otherwise to secure efficiency of pub-
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The carnation Is presenting Itself
beforo the people of tho United States
as 0 candidate for tho honors of na 'to the flowers to put them on Ice even
tlonul flower, and Is finding Its sup- for n short time.
poiters In many localities and among. Most people suppose, said Mr. Ward,
many classes of people, although Its
strongest constituency Is probably If they aro to keep well. On tho con
among the florists. At tho coming trnry, In order to keep as long as pos-
meeting of the American Carnation So -
clcty. of which Mr. Charles Willis
Ward, or Queen's, is president, which
Is soon to be held In Indianapolis, nn'
effort will bu mado to advance the In-1
tcreBts of the carnation as tho nation-
nl emblem. The Stato Florists' Asso -
elation, or Indiana, hns already given
tho movement Its endorsement, nnd a
Nebraska Congressman haB drawn up
a bill advocating the adoption ot this
At a recent meeting or tho Hortlcul
tuial Society Mr. Ward Bald that with
tho right treatment carnations may bo
kept fresh for from three to five weeks.
As soon as tho flowers are received
ho Bald, the stems should be put Into
water from which tho chill has been
taken, Then tho vaee should be placed
In a room where tho temperature la
fiom 50 to SG degrees, and the flowers
should be allowed to cool down with
tho room to about -15 or 50 degrees. It
tho blooms aro kept In such a room
ovcry night they may spend the day In
the living room whero the tempera
ture Is 70 dcgrec'B or thoreabouts.
Freshly cut carnations under this
treatment should remain beautiful for
a week or two at the least, Mr, Ward
thought a room on tho north side ot
the Iioubo which has no direct heat and
where the temperature ranges from
City and County of
tho duties and responsibilities Imposed
by law on trustees and such duties and
tcsponslbllltles may be enforced by
tho city or by any co-trusteo or cestui
quo trust aforesaid.
Violation of Law by Members of Doard.
Sec. 32. Any memucr of tho Board
who shall knowingly and wilfully dis
regard any provisions of law nppll
cable to the members of said Board or
who shall vote for any contract In vio
lation of law or any appropriation un
authorized by law or In excess of tho
amount authorized by law or for any
Illegal or Injurious disposition of cor
porate property, right or franchises,
shall bo guilty of a misdemeanor nnd
liable to the punishment nnd penalties
prescribed therefor; every member
voting In favor thereof shall bo indi
vidually liable to refund tho amount
to tho city at the suit of any citizen
Franchises to Be Granted by Ordi
nance. Sec. 33. Every grant of or relating
to a franchise of any character to any
person or corporation must, unless
otherwise provided In this Act, be by
Limits and Conditions to Grant of
Sec. 34. After tho approval of this
Act, no franchlso or right to use tho
streets, avenues, parkways or high
ways of the city shaft" bo granted by
the Board to any person or corpora
tlon for a longer period than twenty-
1 grantee In the streets, avenues, park-
Kays anil highways with Its appurtc-
nances shall thereupon be and become
the property of the city without fur
ther or other compensation to tho
grnntee: or such grant and contract
may proWde that upon such termina
tion there shall bo a fair valuation of
thu plant and property which shall be
and become the property of tho city on
tho termination of the grant on paying
tho grantee such valuation. If by vir
tue of tho grant or contract tho plant
and property are to becomo tho city's
without money payment therefor, the
city shall have tho option cither to
tuko and operate the said property
on Its own account or to renew tho
snld giant for not exceeding twenty
the years upon a fair valuation or to
lease the tamo to others for a term
not exceeding tnenty-flvo years. If
tho original grant shall provido that
the city shall make payment for tho
plant nnd property such payment shnll
be at a fair valuation ot the same, as
property, excluding any value derived
from tho franchise; and If tho city
' n.5- n a.- ru- ?y jv- rJ- FJzJ-rrJ-
as National Emblem
4 j to fiO degrees tho best place to keep
carnations. He believed It nn Injury
that (lowers must bo absolutely fresh
1 slblo, tho flowers must bo cut from the
I plants and be properly cured beforo
I they aro shipped to tho florist or corn-
mission merchant. Flowers to reach
Now York on Wednesday morning are
cut early 011 Tuesday morning before
, the rays of the sun have reached them
They aro then put Into vases contain
ing waier and are placed In a room
wheie tho temperature Is hold at
about 50 degrees, and there they re
main ror twenty-four hours.
Allowing tho blooms to stand In wa
ter In a cool room stiffens tho stouu
.and fills tho petals of tho flowers with
moisture, so that they will stand shir
ment and tho rough usago to which
thoy aro sure to be subjected In pass
ing through the different hands. If
carnations aro packed at once after
cutting they are llablo to become wilt
ed and to fade early.
Two million dollars, Mr. Ward esti
mated, Is Invested in the grojvih of
carnations In tho United States, mrt
fully five thousand people aro pngag
ed In their culture. About five mil
lion plants are grown annually, fou--fifths
of tho fiumber being raised un
der glas's. At least 100,000,000 blooms
aro sold yoarly. The carnation lz now
Becond only to the rose In commercial
"The carnation," Mr. Ward' said, "Is
lie service nt rcasonablo rates and tho
maintenance of tho property In good
condition throughout tho full term ot
the grant. The grant or contract shall
also specify tho mode of determining
tho valuations nnd ro-vnluatlons there
in provided for.
Proceedings Prior to Grant of Fran
chise. Sec. 35. Beforo any grant of tho
franchlso or right to use any street,
avenue, parkway or highway shall bo
mado the proposed specific grant, em
bodied In the form of an ordlnanco
with all of tho terms and conditions
including the provisions as to rates,
fares and charges shall be published
at least six consccuttvo days In two
dally newspapers publlshedln the city
to bo designated by resolution of tho
Board of Aldermen. Such ordlnanco
shall on Its Introduction and first read
ing bo referred to tho committee on
public works who shall mako Inquiry
as to tho money vnluo of tho franchlso
or prtvilcgo proposed to bo granted
and the adequacy of tho compensation
proposed to bo paid therefor; nnd no
grant thereof by tho Board shnll bo
mado except on terms approved by a
majority of said committee; and every
ordlnanco containing or making sucll
grant shall require tho concurrence of
three-fourths of all IT10 members elect
ed to tho Board as shown by tho ayes
and noos there recorded and tho ap
proval of tho Mayor and sixty days at
least shall Intcrvcno between tho In
troduction and final passage of any
such ordinance. This Act shall ap
ply to any renewal or extension ot tho
grant or leasing of tho property to tho
same granteo or to others; and tho
Board shall havo tho right at all tlmca
to exercise In the Interest of the pub
lic full municipal superintendence, reg
ulation and control In respect to all
matters connected with such grant
and not Inconsistent with tho terms
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RATES $2.50 per day;
Special Rates by Week or
For further information ad
dress HALEIWA P08TOFFICE.
Beaver Lunch Rooms
Port 8t., bet. Queen nnd Merchant
Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner
Everything first-class. Complete Una
Key West and Domestic Cigars alwayi
H.J, NOLTE, - Proprietor,
BOWERS' MERCHANT PATROL AND
Night wntchmen furnished for build
ings, business property and residences.
Dulldcrs will do well to consult Bow
ers In regard to watchmen.
Office and Residence, School Street.
P. O. Box 284; Tel. White 3691.
has removed to the
Arlington Block, Hotel Street,
In tho store formerly occupied by
II. W. Foster.
a flower that awakens the love of al
most ovcrybody, and because It Is sold
at more reasonable prices thau nirny
other flowers It comes within lench
of a much larger class of pejple than
docs either tho roso or the orchid.
There Is no use to which flowers can
be put to which tho carnation does not
lend Itself. For almost any schomo of
decoration It Is suitable. Its wide
range of pleasing colors, Its reach,
clove-llko fragranco and Its las'.ing
qualities make It desirable for dlnnr
or center piece decorations, Bet pieces,
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