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EVENING BULLETIN, JIONOLIJLU.T. II., WEDNESDAY, JAN. 0, 100 4. ,
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MAYOR AND NEHBERS hoululu stack exghpe
, Success in buiiness is the truest sign of public
Appreciation and Approval. Our business for the past
year has demonst-ated that our system, our shoes, and
our prices have nut with that approval that-is reflect'
cd in public patronage.
This year will be no exception; and by honest and
proper attention t th? wants of our patrons, we fully
expect to close 1039 as successfully as we have 1008.
Mclnerny Shoe Store
START in. the
New Year by
having all the unfram
ed pictures and photos
about the house pro
perly framed at
The Art and Photo Shop,
928-933 Fort St.
M.R. COUNTER, Jeweler
1142 Fort Street
follow the rain ai night t!io Cay. SKEETQO will rid
you of their buzzing nnd you won't get "ctung" if you
Benson, Smith & Co., Ltd.,
HorEL and fort streets.
Honolulu Construction and Graying Co.,
PnONE, OFFICE 281. F. 0. BOX 154.
, Fort St., Opp. W. 3. Irwin & C ltd.
We do all kindi of Teaming; also deal in Crushed Rock, White and
Black Sand, Brflcen Coral, Garden Soil, Etc SAFE MOVING A SFF
Weekly Bulletin $1 Per Year
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limn I i rmirrlfnllv ilomsnd that vmi
I'l'Ut the question "
Mayor "I decline."
Lnunn "Mr. Mnvnr. for Ihe nemml
' time I demand that you put the ques-
Mayor "For tho second time I re
Iubo." I.ormi "Mr. Mayor, for lite third
nnd last time I ilemanil that cm put
:tho QUCEtlou '"
Moyor "I decline."
I Logan "Then I will put the qucn
'lion niV8cir." ITiirnlnc In tlin Iloirill
"Gentlemen, thrnn tlmnt, Mr. Mnvnr
1 nns reiuseu to put tno motion, I will
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wun III' BIJ IMJtUIlt
Tin- appeal from the decision of Ihu
Clmlr wiih iinhclil. Rlx to one. McClidlnit
only votlne "no." Tim Mavor nt tit .in.
dining tu put the original motion, (ho
mine rout no wan cono l brooch I h
' Locan outline I he nunstlnn nml r!I Imt
'McClellan voting to lay the Major's
i.ppointmcntH on lliu table.
Aylctt then moved that u special ord
or of business ho adopted. The Mayor
declined to put the motion on the
ground that It was out of order.
Logan mado thrco demands that tho
motion lie put, nnd tho Mnyor still dc
cllnhiKi put It himself. Hell call
thowed six ayes nnd ono no. McClcl
Inn voted against It.
Ahla then made n motion that all or
tho actions ol tho Hoard of Supervisor
ut Monday's meeting ho ratified. The
Mayor declined, claiming tho motion
cut of order. Login then made three
demands that tho motion he put. The
Muyor declining. Logan put-tho quos
lion. All hut McClollnti voted "yes."
Qulnn Starte Something
Qulim then offcro-l n motion asking
that tho rules of procecduro adopted
nt Mond.iy's meeting lie adopted ns
I no permanent rules of tho Iloard. The
Mnyor refused to put tho motion and
lognn again put tho question. It was
curried, McClollan only votln3 against
Aylctt mocd that all ofTlccs not dec
llvo Ijo declared nliollshed. Tho mo
tion was declared out of ordor. Log-in
put It, McClellan only voting ngatnst It.
Knno "I move that tho following
ho named as members of tho perma
nent standing Committee of this
Iloard." (Head list of committed
chosen by Supervisors at Monday's
Maor "I rule that motion out of
trder und decline to put the question.
Logan "Mr. Mayor, In order to on
tblo me to serve on those various com
mittees, I must decline to servo on tho
committees which Your Honor has at
tempted to form."
Cox. nroso and repeated lagan's
t-tatoment for himself. Logan then de
manded that tho motion bo put. "Tho
now acknowledged rulo was followed
mil ho.nfter making thrco demands,
rut tho question himself. All but Mc
Clellan voted In favor of tho appoint
ment of tho committees.
Logan then presented a list of- the
npnrotironrlatlnns nereKunrv in
en tho business of tho city and county
ir mo next six mouths, and moved Its
Mnyor "Until I nm assured ns In
tho legality of theso proceedings, I
win tnko no part In them. I there
fore rule tho motion out of order."
Logan "Mr. Mayor, I nm surpris
ed nt your ruling. I trust that )ou
will reverBo jour decision."
Mayor "I refuse to nut tim nnn.
Logan "Mr. Mayor, with mnrn k.
riotisncsH than on former occasions,
I appeal from tlio decision of tho
Mayor "I retuso to consider tho
l-ognii then put tho msittor td tho
Hoard. His anneal from tlin iIgc-IhIoii
of tlio Clmlr was sustained. Tho
Mnyor still refusing to put tho origi
nal motion, Uigan mudo Uireo de
mands nnd then put the question.
Tlio appropriation hill was carried
McClallan only voting ncalnst It.
Asks Mayor's Intentions
Ixignn "As thcro Is constdcrnhlo
Important buslnnsu In tin tnl.-nn m I
should like, to nsl the Mnyor when
no win be ready to tnko up tho func
tions of his odlco. for I urn L'otI Inn
tiled of the Job."
Mayor "I am not blocking busi
ness, but us this Hoard has found a
ti-it. ..r .i-i I...-, . ....
; ....j ,, uufut, uuaiuess, i musi uecnne
j to lo a party to It, until I am satis
fled 118 to the lecalltv of Its notlnns .
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a communication from the Mcln
tyro Company ottering the second
floor of thq Mclntyro building at a
monthly rental of 12G0, was then
Logan "Mr. Mayor, I move that
tlio offer be nccopted."
Referred to-Special Committee
Considerable discussion was in
dulged in. Tho Mayoi believed that
the matter -should be referred to a
committee, Logan changed his mo
tion nnd moved that tho matter be
ipfcrred to n, committee to bo named
by tlio .Mnyor,
Tho lesolutlon was passed, and tho
following committee was appointed:
Logan, chnlrmnn; McClellan, and
A communication, from the County
Attorney, giving UilUt of his appoint
ments, and tliq salaries attached
thereto was read.
l.o;au put tho motion that they h
niipinved. Qulnn seconded t. Tho
Ma; or declined to put the motion,
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BONULULU. Jan. 6. 19(9
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Kektlin Sns- Co; J. -oii.unn
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Kolo Sour Co
Otiomei Soii Co .
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palno Sorir Plnl Cn i.i)
Pnekto Siier Co.
Wt l.ukn Snel Co
Wlmf SuMf Mill I o
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Hon Blil Co.
Mwlln Plnwpi'lt Co
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Sales Hetween Hoards: 45 Oahti
Sugar, J27.75; JO Oahu Sugar, $27.76;
10 Oahu Bug-ir, 157.75; B Oahu Sugar
T27.75; 5 Oahu Smtar, $27.75; 95 Hon
II. & M. Co., $21. 1J5 Olaa, $4.50; 401
Olan; $4.50; 15 Ononica, $40,501 1R5
Honokaa, $14; 20 Oahu Sugar Co.
$27.75r 35 rioncui. $1I0 25 ICwa
S2C.75. Session; 10 Olaa, $4.75; 15
Dividends .Inn fi, 1909: Walmnnn
lo (special), 5 percent; Olowalu (spec
ial), 2 per cent.
Latest sugar quotation, 3.70 cents
or . per ton.
Sugar 3 70 3ents
Beets, I Os 3-4d '
Hinry. Waternousa Trust Co:,
Stock and Bond Department
Members Honolulu Stock and Bond
FORT AND MEKCHANT 8T8.
We'll agree to do-for you the
best job of personal decorat
ing you ever had done if
jou'll come here next time you need clothes. We'll han
Hart Schaffner & Marx
FINE CLOTHES ON YOU.
If you want to give some man a present he'll like, look
at some of our good th;ncs to wear. Neckwear of all kinds;
jjloves; hosiery; fine shirts; good underwear; canes; um
brellas; jewelry; the D'ace to buy a man's things is where
he buys them himself.
We'll put you on to the right
thing from 25 cents up to $50.
This store is the hime cf
HART SCHAFFNER & MARX CLOTHES
" ELKS BUI LD1NG, KINO ST. near TORT.
I-ogan "Mr. Mnypr, may I
Mnyor "Tho samo ns the reason
I gavo before,"
Logan "Mr. Major, this Is a dif
ferent matter. This Is an electtvo of
ficer who makes theso appointments,
as ho has tho right to do under the
law, I bcllevo that out of courtesy
wo should approvo this. If we go
on this basis, we shall pretty soon In
terfere with your subordinates.."
Mnjor "Again I must decline."
Logan then demanded three times
Unit tho motion bo put. The Mayor
still refuting, lignn said:
"(cntlenien, the Mnyor has refus
ed to put it motion approving tho ap
pointment of tho assistants In tlio
County Attorney's office, nnd their
salaries. There arc no changes from
tlio present status of the ofllcc. I will
thercfoio put tho motion."
Tho motion carried, McClellan only
voting ngalnst It.
The nomination of District Magis
trate Andrndo for the positions of In
terpreters In his court then cuuie up,
Tho Mayor refusing to put the motion
tho usual courso of procecduro was
followed, und logun put the ques
tion. All hut ' McClellan voted
Tho appointments of tlio City nnd
County Clork wero then rend. Tlio
Mayor declined to put motion. Logan
then did so and it was caulud, Mc
Clellan ony voting "No.'.' ,
Fight for Tenders
The motion was then mado that
the bids from the different firms for
furnishing supplies to tho city during
the current month be refcrrod to tho
Commltteo on Hoads nud Hrldgc3.
Tho motlou was put by the Mnpr
and unanimously enrrjed.
Tho chairman of tho Hoard's Com
mittee on Honds and Hrldges Super
visor Qulnn, then received tlio ten
deis from the Clerk, An Instant la
ter, Supervisor McClollan, the chair
man of tho Major's committee, de
manded that the County Clerk band
tho tendeis over to him, They buy
ing already been given tu Qulnn,
there was nothing doing.
Logan then moved that tho moot
ing adjourn until 3 o'clock this aft
ernoon. The motion carried.
Rlinliliiii: Your wife Is certainly
outspoken, Itm't she? -Tlmklns! Not
that I know of. I never met n'iv ono
who could' outspeak lier,
L0C1L AND IENEIAL
Christmas brought-into most
homes a lot of new things that will
displace the old. Let a B u 1 1 e t i n
Want Ad. sell tho unwanted things.
Tin good unto hacks. I'hono S.
Enter your favorite birds and have
them scored for honors and prizes.
Commercial Ilatlngs. Merc. Hofcr
enco Agcy., 39 Young Uldg. I'liono
Inter-Island and O. It. & U shipping
looks for sale at thu Uulletln
ofllce, CO each.
Tho Ornnd Jury brought In an In
dictment yesterday charging Antono
SMIvn with cmugsllng.
Qo to "The Royal. Annex."
Governor I'renr will return hero on
tho Siberia, due to nfrlvo hero from
San Kranclcco on tho 15th.
Illdo In tho swell Studobaker driven
by tho expert chafTeur, M. T. Lull.
Phono 191. Itoyal Hawaiian Onrago.
Tho A. M; Diet Jewelry Co. has
moved Into Its 'new quarters In tlio
Woman's Exchange on Hotel street,
C. S. Holloway has been reappointed
as cxecutlvo nfllccr of the Hoard of
Agriculture mpl I'orestry by Acting
On Installments of $3 per month you
enn purcliaso a Wblto I'amlly notary
sewing machine. Benny & Co.. Ltd.,
agents, 12C8 Fort St. I'hono 48S.
Members of tho Hawaiian Knglnecr-H
Ing Association can pay their dues to
tho financial secretary nt Kvenlng
Uulletln nny day between 12 and 1.
Tho next term of the United States
District Court will probably bo hold in
lllto, and tho cil-o of Moses Kokt mny
bo taken to trial tlicro nt that tlmo.
Tho' headless uojy of ft wiiiipiii wns
fnuml on the lava on thu island of Ha
waii somo tlmo ago, according to Lloyd
Conkllng, by three Hawaiian boys.
Reis & Quiun are now located at
the Younc Hotel Auto Stand Phene
109 Short runs 50c and $1.00 By
the hour $5.00 Special rates for
shopping and calling.
Carl Huschjnst died January 4 at 4
p. m. Tho funeral will bo held at 3
o'clock this ufteriioon from tho Hono
lulu Undertaking Parlors. Intorineiu
will be In Nuiuiuii rcmeler).
I). L. Vim Dlno loft on tho transport
Sheridan for tho mainland. While
away ho will conduct mi luvesllgatlou
of tho vnrlctlcH of insect eating birds
which may bo lutroducod here
Tho social ct'toil of tho Men's
Leaglio of Central Union Church will
meet In tho parlor of tlio church to
morrow evening nt 7:30 o'clock. Sub
Ject. "Tho Tenements of Honolulu"
Judgo Dole hns allowed tho Inter Is
laud Company tho Bum of $0000 for
tnlvlnc tho Japuneso freighter CIiIuhu
Marl in l'JOil. A. Lew In, Jr., was ill
toruoy fur tho Inter-Island Company
Tho Civic Koderallon of' Honolulu Is
Arranging for u pulillo meeting nt tho
Alexander Young hotel on Tuesday
January 12, to plan for tho celebration
of Abraham Lincoln's ono hundredth
Tlio local Japanese nowspaier8 are
raising relief funds for the Sicily dis
aster victims. Tho-Bubscrlptloiia will
bo tinned over t,o K.A. Schnefer, the
Italian Consul, who wilt forward the
inmo to tho Italian (lovernment,'
Oyster loaves at Royal. Annex-
Tho freo uso of tho Hawaiian Opera
Homo and tho electric lights has been
r.rnntad for tho tlramatla performnuni
of Mrs. Mehuniinn, tho proceeds of
which will go to tho fund 'for Hio aid
of tho carthnunko sufferors In Italy.
Judgo A. N. Kepolknl has written to
Honolulu Ktutlua! that ho haft not re
signed tils ollleo, nor has ho given his
resignation to tho novernor or anyone
else to bo lised In Washington In case
tho Department of Justlen should de
mand It. Tho Governor himself wns
nuthoilly for tlio contrary statement
Contractor I,. M Whltehoiiso bio's
that woik Is piogresslng slowly at
,Nimnmi dam. Ho has n dozen men at
'work now, ami wll( I'" able, lo give
them something lo do fur n eouplo of
month!) jet. If the drouishl U not
brokt'ii bfjforo that tlmo, Wliltrlinmo
win bo roved to OlKharga nil lib
Tungsten Lamps are Superior
Brilliancy, Quality and Efficiency
They 'are 'specially adapted to stores and show windows
where it is desirable, to give the true color values.
The first cost is soon offset by the saving in current
Hawaiian Electric Company, Ltd.
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Wash Down the Ofd
resolutions and anchor the new with some of tho soda wn- -.
ter that you know is PURE.
Consolidated Soda Water Works Co., Ltd.
0. S." LETCHEAD, Manager.
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Monqpolc Red Top-Champagne
Most delicious CHAMPAGNE of the-Arc . -
OLD GOVERNMENT PLANTATION CIGARS.
Only the very best of PORTO RI0AN TOBACCO used In the
manufacture of the cigars. All sizes and colors.
Lewis & Co.,. Ltd:,
SOLE AQENTST0R- HAWAII
1G9 KING STREET - ' ' ' TELEPHONE-240.
Filling and Grading
The wet weather will soon Ibe on. You should have your grounds
filled in before the winter rains set in, -Wchave c,arth filling for sale
at REASONABLE PRICES. PHONE EDO
P. M. Pond. Contractor
On. MONDAY, JANUARY 11TH, WE1 SHALL BEGIN'A St
MONSTER REMNANT' SALE to CLEAR O
UP the SHORT LENOTHS and ODD 'LOTS Tiefore our AN- ()
NUAL STOCK-TAKING. " ' O
COTTON DRESS QOO'DS O
at Half-price i ft
Many Dress Lengths in Organdies, Lawns, Muilins, Ba- ii
tistcs, Madras, Etc., which will be sold at about' half-price. Q
REMNANTS OF SILKS, 'EMBROIDERED CHIFFONS, O
SILK MULLS, at L'.OWiE 8TPRI0ES1 ()
HOSIERY Many Brokn Linesof '50c, 65c, and 75c. JJ
goods, which will go very cheap. I
LADIES' KID GLOVES, CORSETS, and UNDER 5;
VESTS, LACES, and EMBROIDERIES. '
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