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Duties oi Public Accountants
In Making Collections and
In the Payment of
Act's Miscellaneous Provisions,
Corporation Counsel's Duties to
City and Accounts With
Public Accountants and Accounting
for the Collection and Payment
of Public Moneys. '
nor bo concerned as counsel or attor
ney for cither party In any civil ac
tion depending upon the, same state of
Account With Treasurer.
Sec. HO. Ho Bhall account with the
Treasurer overy three months for all
receipts nnd disbursements of public fees, bills of costs, fines, penalties,
moneys; nnd such regulations shall, and other moneys received by him
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Sawing, Planing, Turning an?
Mill Work In all Its branches
Lumber - Kiln - Drying
a specialty, and In large or sma.l
Sec. 99. All persons who by any
law, 'regulation or appointment shall
bo charged with the duty of collecting
or receiving revenue or other moneys
on account of the city or with the duty
of disbursing moneys on account of
the public sen Ice shall become nnd
be "public accountants" nnd shall per
form nil such duties and render such
accounts as this Act prescribes and as
the Treasurer anil Auditor shall from
time to time direct.
Moneys Into the Treasury.
Sec. 100. Every such public ac
countant collecting or receiving reve
nue or other moneys aforesaid shall
ipay weekly or at such other times as
MORAL Insure In 'The Travellers",, may be otherwise specially appointed
XT" SlVflZKr? 'nto tho treasury all sums of money
collected or received by him on ac
count of the revenue or otherwise ns
aforesaid, accompanied by vouchers
General Agents for the Territory of bearing his signature anu which said
I Bums sum, nave uui'ii i-uuei-iuu ui ic
1 eclved and unless otherwise specially
directed shall not later than tho tenth
day after tho expiration of each month
transmit to tho Auditor a return In the
form contained in schedule "E," here
to annexed, with such particulars In
each case as may bo required by the
Auditor of all moneys collected or re
ceived by him during the preceding
month and shall mako and subscrlbo
to nn oath In the form prescribed In
Sec. 101. On the death, resignation
or removal of any such public ac
countant the balanco of such public
moneys remaining In his hands shall
upon tho appointment of his succes
sor, unless otherwise directed by law,
vest In such successor nnd shall not In
the event of death of any public ac
countant constitute assets of the do-
ceased or bo in any manner subject to
tho control of his legal representative.
Sec. 102. The Auditor by and with
Hie approval of the Doard of Aldermen
Is hereby authorized to mako and pub
lish such regulations not Inconsistent
with this Act as may be found neces
sary to carry out tho object and provi
sion of this Act and for tho more ef-
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Beretanla 8treet, Corner Alakea.
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MEAT 8TALL8 19 AND 20.
M. Phillips & Co.
Wholesale Importers and Jobbers.
European and American Dry Goods
Pstrt anrf Oiiftftn At a.
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I The Sunday Tram, or DeiTsTrap
after publication In ono or more news'
papers printed nnd published In tho
city hnvo tlid forco and effect of a
Sec. 103. Any public accountant or
tallied In this Act or to attend tho said
Auditor for tho purpose of being exam
ined or to produce any accounts, book's,
vouchers or other documents or to an
swer any other lawful question when
required so to do by the said Auditor
shall be liable to a pennlty of not less
than twenty-five dollars nor more than
one hundred dollars on conviction be
fore any district magistrate.
Sec. lot. If any person shall, In tho
course of his examination before tho
said Auditor wilfully and corruptly
give false evidence, such person so of
fending Bhall Incur (no samo penalties
as aro or maybe provided against per
sons convicted of perjury.
Law Department Corporation Coun
sel; Duties Of.
Sec. 103. Tho corporation counsel
shall appear for the city personally or
by deputy In all the courts of tho city
and Territory, In all cases criminal or
civil In which the city may be a party
or be Interested.
Sec. 10S. lie shall also bo vigilant
and active In detecting offenders
against tho ordinances of the city nnd
shall prosecute tho samo with dili
gence. It shall also bo his duty to en
force all bonds and other obligations
In favor of tho city that may bo plac
ed In his hands for that purpose by
any person having tho lawful custody
of such papers; and he shall likewise
be diligent In prosecuting all persons
who may obstruct any street, channel,
harbor, wharf or other lilglnvajs, or
any stream or public watercourse or
commit any trespass or waste on any
portion of the public domain or other
public properly within tho city.
Advice to the Board.
Sec. 107. The said corporation coun
sel shall, without charge, at all times
when called upon give advlco and
counsel to the Hoard, the Mayor and
other public officers In all matters con
nected with their public duties; and
otherwlso aid and assist them In ev
ery wny requisite to Jcnnblo them to
perform their duties faithfully.
Sec. 108. It shall also bo the duty
of said corporation counsel to give
counsel and aid to poor and oppressed
citizens of tho city and to assist them
in obtaining their Just rights without
charge; provided, however, That ho
shall not be obliged to render such
aid, counsel and assistance unless re
quested to do so by the Mayor or
Board of .Aldermen.
Sec. 109. Said corporation counsel
person who ahull fall or neglect to con
firm to any of tho regulations con
shall not receive any fee or rewnrd
from or on behalf of any person or
prosecutor for services icndcred In
by virtue of his office.
Sec. 111. Said corporation counsel
shall, when required, givo his opinion
upon questions of law submitted to
him by the Mayor, the Doard of At
dermen or any department.
Sec. 112. Tho corporation counsel
may from tlmo to time with tho ap
proval of tho Mayor and Hoard of Al
dermen appoint a deputy or deputies
and retain special counsel whensoever
tho exigencies of the public service
may require It and shall bo respon
slblo for all tho acts of said deputy or
deputies, but ho shall at no tlmo ex
ceed tho appropriations.
Method of Procedure for the Organization
and Incorporation of All Cities,
Towns and Villages.
Fifty Citizen HouscholdcrsTVIay
Bring Suit to Restrain
Contract, Illegal or
Process of Law Against City.
Nomination of Candidates for
Offices and Date Fixed
An Old Doctor's Tip
That Helped Practise
A physician of long stnndlng In an
Eastern city who has a practlco that
any of his colleagues might envy and
many In all probability do recently
gave this advlco to a young doctor who
was Just starting out in his profession.
The older man Is n type of the kind of
doctor that is said to be going out of
style tho family physician. Whether
he Is destined to disappear or not, this
kind of n physician followed a highly
profitable kind of career while It last
ed. Many young men used to regard
this sort of a practice as that to which
they all aspired. '
"I havo always made It a rule," said
this experienced mnn of medicine, "to
close every visit to a patient with a
question or a comment on his or her
physical condition. It Is all very well
to discuss various questions with one's
patients, talk about all kinds of sub
Jects and Interest them In any way
possible. Hut tho final remark must
be connected with the patient's physl
cal condition. Tell htm not to forget
to tako a certain medicine regularly,
or tell her that you have never had n
case that was Just llko hers but In all
cases talk last about the illness of the
person you have come to see. I learned
that when I was a yo'nng man from
tho most popular physician of tils time.
I nlVvays felt Indebted to him, for tt
was not long beforo I realized tho
truth of tho theory that nothing leaves
such a t'avorablo Impression on a pa
tient I.j to emphasize tho Importance
of his malady."
Cut Off Some.
Madge When thep became engag
ed did Bhc tell him her past?
Marjorlo Not all of It. She said
she was 21.
The Tramcar Seat.
"What would you do, madam, if you
were a gentleman?"
"Whnt would you do, sir, If you wero competitive
one?" howovcr. That any Judgment or In
Sec. 1 Actions by Citizens.
Sec. 2 City Elections.
Sec. 3 Nominations.
Sec. 4-'I'ctltlons. ,
nnd C As to Administration.
Actions by Citizens.
Section 1. Any fifty or moro citizens
who aro householders of said city may
maintain any action In the proper court
to restrain the execution of any Ille
gal, unauthorized, or fraudulent con
tract or agreement on behalf of Bald
city, and to restrain any disbursing of
ficer of Bald city from paying any Ille
gal, unauthorized or fraudulent bills,
claims or demands against said city,
or any salaries or compensations to
any person In Its ndmlnlstratlvo sen
vice whose appointment Km not been
mndo In pursuance of the provisions
of the law nnd regulations In forco
thereunder. And In ense any such II
legal, unauthorized, or fraudulent bills,
claims or demands, or any such sal
ary or compensation shall have been
paid, such citizens mny maintain an
action In the nnmo of said city against
the officer making such payment, nnd
tho party receiving the same, or cith
er, or both, to recover the amount so
paid, and necessary expenses of suit,
and tho amount recovered, after de
ducting all expenses of tho action,
shaii bo paid Into the city treasury;
provided, however, that tho court may
require such citizens to' glvo security
to Indemnify tho city against costs,
unless the court Bhall decide that thero
was reasonable cause for bringing tho
Right of Any Householder.
The rrglil o'f nny householder of tho
city to bring action, to restrain the
payment of compensation to any per
son appointed to or holding office,
place or employment In vlolatlor of
any of the provisions of this Act, 'jhall
not be limited or denied by reason of
tho fact that said office, placo or em
ployment shnll have been classified
as, or determined to be, not subject to
Junction granted or made in any such
action shall be prospective only, and
shall not affect payments already
made or due to such persons by the
proper disbursing officers.
In caso of any unsatisfied Judgment
or any Bult or process of law against
said city, and fifty or more citizens
who are householders of said city
shall, upon petition, accompanied b'y
affidavit that Ihe'y believe that Injus
tice will be done to said city in said
suit or Judgment, bo permitted to 'in
tervene and Inqulro Into tho validity
of such Judgment or defend said suit
or action, as fully and completely as
the officers of said city would by law
have tho right to do.
Sec. 2. City elections shall be field
on llko date with general county and
Sec. 3. Candidates for elective city
offices shall bo nominated by petition
signed by qualified voters of the city.
Tho number of signatures to Buch pe
titions when not provided by law shall
be determined by tho Council of tho
city. Such petition shall be filed In tho
olflceof the Mayor at least thirty doys
beforo tho election; provided, however,
that In tho case of the death or with
drawal of any candidate so nominated,
such petition may bo so filed within a
less period than thirty days. The vo
ter most vote separately for each can
didate for whom he desires to vote; If
tho election is by ballot tho Council
of the city, when net provided by law,
shall determine the form of ballot to
be used, but tho names of all candi
dates for samo office must be printed
upon the ballot In alphabetical order
under tho title of such office.
Sec. 4. The petitions provided fori
In this act need not bo one paper, and
may be printed or written, but the sig
natures thereto must be the autograph
signatures of the persons whose names
purport to be Blgned. To each signa
ture tho liouso address of the signer
must be added, and tho signature must
be made and acknowledged or proved
beforo nn officer authorized by law to
tako acknowledgment and proof of
deeds. The certificate of such officer
under his official seal that n slgnaturo
was bo made and acknowledged or
proved shall be sufficient proof of the
genulncnesaoof tho slgnaturo for the
purposes ofhls Act. Tho signing of
another's name to a petition or the
signing of a certificate falsely stating
either that a signature was made In the
presence of tho officer or acknowledg
ed or approved before him, shall bo
punishable as felonies.
Sec. 5. All laws or parts of laws In
consistent with tho provisions of this
Act are hereby repealed,
Sec. C. This Act shall take effect
from and after tho date of Its approv
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Oh Sandy MTherson, It's hard for a chlel
To battle the noo wl' the craft o' the Dell,
Ye may flatter yersel the Arch Enemy's beat,
Ye'll discover he's laid a fresh trap for your feet.
On the Sabbath, oh Sandy, full-voiced be your prayers
To walk pure and unBtalned 'mid Its manifold snares!
There's the golf, tbee's tho bike, there's the back parlor aram,
Ilut the latest and walrst o" tho snares Is the tram!
It runs on Its rails wl' a motion sae smooth,
E'en a Christian's salr conscience It's fashioned to sooth,
A hand a Inveeslblo trundles Its wheels.
And that hand, oh MTherson. Is nane but the Dell's.
Droad and easy tho way-ay' and pleasant tho Jaunt;
There's naethtng aboot, the malst teemld to daunt, ,
Happy party Inside, young and nuld, weak and Strang
A ride for a penny, and where Is the wrang?
Ah, It's slnfu1, MTherson, It's slnfu', my friend,
Decause nae man can sae where such doings will tend,
It's slnfu' to change frae tho old Scottish way;
What was nae done before maun be slnfu' today.
Your oln mcenlster, Sandy, sleek Mister M'Grab
Would na ride on a Sabbath excep In a cab.
And he says frae his pulpit your soul It will damn
If ye daro on the Sabbath to mount on a tram!
City Mile Seems Somewhat Shorter
Than Same Distance In the Country
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i SAUSAGE TO ORDER I
"Another new waiter has como and
gone," said the veteran of tho 10-cent
restaurant as ho deposited a beef stejv
In Tront of his favorite customer.
"What was the matter with him?" ask
ed the favorite customer. "Well, It
wasn't exactly his fault," explained
the veteran. "You see, the second day
ho was here a customer comes In and
asks for abrnce of Frankfurters. 'Sau
sage Is al out,' Bays tho new waiter,
but If you wait awhile I think I can
The chain on which the fashionable
I woman carries her metall pocketbook
is now made of black Jet. A few are of
black metal, with tiny pieces of Jet set
get you some.' He was so eager to be n at Intervals.
obliging hat he was going to send
across the street for 'em. Well, sir,
as he went through the door Into tho
kitchen ho happened to tread on the
dog's tall. Tho dog set up a howl, and
the customer yells; 'Hey, here! Never
mind that sausage. I guess I don't
want It I' Then he puts on his hat and
goes out. Tho boss saw the whole
thing, and that night the new waiter
was paid off, and quit. Pretty tough,
wasn't It?" rhlladclpn'.a Record.
"I have observed a curious thing
about distances," said a thoughtful
citizen recently, "and I have heard
many persons comment on the same
thing, but I have never seen any satis
factory explanation of It. In fact, 1
suppose nearly every person who has
, had an opportunity to contrast condl-
''.tlona as they exist In cities with the
more open conditions In rural sections
' has observed the same thing. At any
rate, most men are Inclined to regard
the city mile as somewhat shorter
, than the country mile. Of course,
'' there are many things which will sug
.gest themselves In explanation of this
I matter, if we think about It seriously,
and yet they are not al all satisfactory
''when we weigh tho problem analyti
"Suppose we walk the distance.
Along the line of the city mile we And
many things which will crowd into the
mind, pictures along the wny, pretty
trade displays in show windows, hand'
some buildings, men and women buBt
ling hither and thither, and a thousand
and one other things common enough
on the city thoroughfare, things which
produco a series of psychological ef
fects which deaden to some extent the
Idea of distance, and, consequently, the
city mllo Is seemingly shortened. On
the other hand, the country mile, to
tho average person who has no taste
for the artistic and can seo no beauty
In the ruggedness of fence corners and
In the tracements of the hedges, Is
simply a long and barren stretch. Hut
thus far I nm threshing over old
straw. This Is the common view of
the matter, and no doubt these psycho
logical processes play an Important
part In determining the Impressions
received with refcrenco to distances
under tho different conditions as-Burned.
"nut here Is the particular thing
I would like to call your attention to:
The city mile will be made In much
for his destination. Of course, the
walking Is better in the city because
of good sidewalks and the lift of tho
feet Is not so heavy. Ilut the main
reason for the shoiter tlmo required,
In my opinion. Is found In the stimulus
which the city pedestrian receives
from tho excitement around him. Ev
erybody Is going at a breakneck speed.
Everybody Is hUBtllng. Thero Is noise
and bustle, and In spite of the fact that
his attention is arrested, and in spite
of being bumped and Jostled about by
men and women going In opposite dl
lections, in spite of delays at crossings
caused by passing cars and vehicles of
every kind, tho pedestrian Is worked
up to a quicker movement.
"Excitement is tho thing that dead
ens the Idea of distance and mnkes It
Cor. Fort and Queen Streets, Honolulu.
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1 01dTunes,OIdFViends,01dLove :
less time than the country mile. As seem so much shorter In the city than
a rule a man will walk a mile In the in the country, and excitement Is the
city In two-thirds the time It will take thing which causes a roan to walk a
him to walk a mllo In the country. Or- mile In the city in Just two-thirds of
dlnarlly It would seem tnat the shoe the time required to walk the same
would bo on tho other foot. There Is distance In the country, and the differ
so much to arrest hia attention, to euce between a dirt road and a paved
stop him and to consume his time. In street for walking purposes has but
tho country tho way Ib clear and thero littlo to do with It." New Orleans
Is nothing for a man to do but hustlo Times-Democrat.
By EUGENE FIELD.
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The King of Italy possesses soma of I A few days ago the announcement
the most valuable horses In tho world. was mnde In a dispatch from Manila
In hla stables are 200 horses, and tho
double row of stalls forms a regular
street. Each animal has Its namo
painted in large white letters abovo
Its manger. One of the most valued
of all Is tho horse which was formerly
ridden bi the late King Humbert.
King Edward, who purchased Ben
jamin Constant's portrait of Queen
Victoria, has caused this picture to bo
hung In the state dining-room at
Windsor Castlo. The only other pic
iuro on the walls of this room Is De
talllo's equestrian portraits of the
King and tho Duke of Connaught.
that the Insurgent leader, Cortez, seo
nnd In command to General Malvar,
bad been captured by the native con
stabulary and turned over to General
Chaffee. Yesterday General Chaffee
notified tho War Department that
Lieutenant Strlbler, commanding a de
tachment of Philippine scouts, on the
?2d, had captured General Lucban, one
of the most energetic and ferocious of
rebels. It Is an oppoitune arrest.
Gonnnny Is glad that we llko Prince
Henry. Prance nays wo are snobs be
muse we havo received him with Tin
,wn Enifipnd Is lucllned to be Jealnuii
Uild to think wo havo forgotten the
value of her friendship. It seems Im
possible for European nations to con
echo of a mutual friendship that em
braces more than two countries or that
Is not held together by the Iron-clad
terniB of an alliance. Utlca Press.
nMia.t TliiwnlnfTa artn ilantna thnt
the Venetian palace, where his father ChlBham, of Augusta,
died, Is for sale.
Maine has two citizens who voted
for Andrew Jackson In 1832 W. II.
Joshua Moulton, of Scarboro,
There nre no days like tho good old days
The days when we wero youthful; " '
When humankind were pure of mind
And speech and deeds were Hruthful.
Before a love for sordid gold '
Became man's ruling passion, "
And before each dame and maid became '
Slaves to the tyrant fashion.
There are no girls like the good old girls
Against the world I'd stake 'em
As buxom and smart and clean of heart
As the Lord knew how to mnke 'em.
They wero rich In spirit and common sense,
A piety all supporting.
They could bako and brew and had taught school, too,'
And they mado tho likeliest courting.
Thero are no boys like the good old boys
When we were boys together;
When the graBs was sweet to tho brown, baro feet
That dimpled tho laughing heather; 1
When the pewce sang to tho summer, duwn
Of the bee In the billowy clover.
Or down by the mill the whlppoorwlll
Echoed his night song over.
There Is no love like ihe good old love
Tho love that mother gave us.
We are old, old men, yet we pine again
For that precious grace God save us.
So wo dieam and dream of the good old times,
And our hearts grow tenderer, fonder,
As those dear old dreams bring soothing i;!enms
Of heaven away off "yonder.
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