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EVKtflNd nUMXTIN. HONOMJUJ. T. II , WEDNESDAY, JAN. 13, 1905.
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January Shirt Waist Sale
Thursday, Friday and Saturday
Positively the greatest reduction ever attempted in
thin cii t
If you haven't taken advantage, do so at once. A fair
nssoitmcnt to choose from.
Lingerie and Tailored Waists
$1.25 WAISTS 9 .05
$1.50 WAISTS ?
.$2.00 WAISTS $1 .25
2.25 WAISTS 91 .'10
BETTER GRADES IN THE SAME PROPORTION.
$2.50 QUALITY 91.05
3.75 QUALITY 91.00
$4.50 QUALITY 92.75
inery Clearance Sale
Monday, January 18th
Watch for partioulai's
SACHS DRY GOODS CO.,
BERETANIA nnd FORT STS., opp. FIRE STATION.
For nil purposes. Our stock is complete in every lino
of brush for use on teeth, hair, hand, clothing.
Benson, Smith & Co.,
HOTEL AND FORT STREETS.
if CLELLAN CHARGES
Punches Logan's Plan of
No Longer Dry
ST. CLAIR BIDGOOD, Manager.
Fine Wines and Liquors
LOVEJOY & CO,. LTD.
002-004 Nuuanu Ave. Phone 308
The Encore Saloon
Try a drink at the new place and
have "MATT" HErFERN serve you.
COR. HOTEL and NUUANU.
Delivered to residences
and offices at 25o per
hundred in 10-lb. lot
W. 0. BARNHART,
133 Merchant St.
Lunch or Dine
With Ua Regularly.
THE VIANDS ARE GOOD.
THE PRICE REASONABLE.
HOTEL NEAR UNION.
HOTEL NEAR UNION.
"Without reference to any of the
legal iicstlnna Involved," salil Su
pervisor MtColtan, "1 oiiposcil tlio np
iroirl,tl(iii bill tlio Republican mn-
Jtult) seem ilctcrnilncil to cnuct upon
tlio k nm ml that It Is bad 11 nance In
the first place, ami that It sweeps
nwny or tentls to sweep away most of
tlio clacks ami safeguards against
extinvngutico mitt Improvident expen
diture, which tho Municipal Act seeks
to create. It luiikes It easier for the
spirit of extravagance to hao Its
wnj It makes It harder for tho
spirit of economy and of carefulness
In tho expenditure, of money to make
"In tho first place, tills Is a new
government. It succeeds, in general,
to tho functions and duties of tho
County of O.ihu, It Is true; but It Is
nevertheless n new government. Tho
Supervisors, therefore, It seems to mo,
ought to have gono carefully Into tho
matter of tho duties and obligations
Imposed by Inw on tho new govern
ment, considered every expenditure
It ought to make, every scrvlco It was
called on to perform, tho grndo of
ability required in each particular
p.irt of (ho public service, ami honco
the lensouablo compensation that
ought to be allowed. Tlio sources of
revenue and their tufrount ought to
have been studied, nnd a general sjs
tern of municipal finance studied out
that would havo provided Tor a suit
iblo ticisuri balance nhvnjs to be
tarried to meet emergencies, and to
provldo that tliero shall always bo
nionc) on hnnd to pay wan nuts when
presented, so Hint neither cmplojc
nor those who furnish materials or
supplies need have to register their
wan ants nor discount them.
"This could havo been dono cither
In a conference of all tho members of
tlio Hoard, nnd In consultation with
tho Auditor and Treasurer as to tho
llnnnrcs, anil with other clcctlvo of
ficers nnd heads of departments as to
public needs. Or It could havo been
done by a committee appointed for
that purpose, which was what I pro
posed last night.
"Instead, however, thero has been
no such study of tho situation that I
'an learn of. Certainly I was given
no opportunity to tnko part In any
such consideration with other mem
bers of tho Hoard, or to present any
Ideas 1 might have to a committee.
"As a matter of fact, tho appro
priation bill, though presented by
Supervisor Uigan, was drawn up en
tirely outsldo of tho membership of
the Hoard of Supervisors, and practl
uilly without any member of the
Hoard having taken anything mnro
than a nominal or ncquicscing part in
Its formation; nt least that Is my In
formation, and I havo not heard it
"Tho custom and practice of tho
I'oard or Supervisors of tho County
of Oahu was taken without any In
ipilrj us to whether that practice or
custom was good or not or whether
It was the. best custom or practlco for
tho Clt and Count ' adopt. Salar
ies seem to have been adopted from
those, paid h) the County without any
li.vestlgatloii of the appropriateness
of the sal.ir) and services to each oth
"hi short. Instead of entering upon
411 Independent study of the subject,
uti fiamlng mi appropriation bill on
tho basis of that study, tho bill pre
sented is olio that Supervisor Logan
In presenting said ho was not famil
ial with, and which tho introduction
of a supplementary apiuopilatlon bill
last night shows wus not framed aft
el nri thing 1 1 leu n thorough study of
I lie situation,
"Hut, lu my opinion, worso than
this, Is the Inevitable tendency In tho
llnnailal sstem tho Republican ma
jority are Inaugurating to mnkci
economy hard and oxtruvnganco easy.
Tho two appropriation hills they
aiivo now Introduced appropriate con
sldct nhly more than the estimated
loveuuo for tho six months, nnd malto
no provision for a treasury baianeo.
So that If all tho appropriations mado
by these bills are spent, tho City and
County will como out at tho end of
tho six months having spent mnro
than its Income for tho six months,
mil not only with no treasury bai
aneo on hnnd, but with an empty
treasurj, and lu debt .
I know tho argument used Inst
W&k night was that it did not necessarily
follow that because this amount of
money was appropriated that It
would all bo spent Hut If it Is ap
propriated it ni.iv be spent, nnd nil
oxpcrlenco shows that It Is almost
certain to bo all spent. Tho argu
ment was used Inst night thnt aft
er all, tho Hoard would authorize ex
penditures from month to month,
nnd would therefore control expendi
tures. Hut the rules which tho Re
publican majorlt) of tho Hoard has
seen fit to ndopt to guldo It give their
several committees power to expend
money up to the full amount appro
priated, so where Is tho check tho
Iloaid has? Hut, nnjwny, tho expe
rience under the County Hoard was
that the monthlv estimates were vory
often exceeded They aro Just as
likely to be under tho City nnd Coun-
t), nnd as long as the appropriation,
which is an over-approprlntlon as It
Is admitted, Is nut exceeded no one
can bo called to account. Tor In
stance, supposing the estimates for
road Work In Honolulu for any month
aro fixed by the Hoard Tit $10,000,
but tho Hond Committee goes ahead
and expends $11 ioo, what can bo
dono by tho Hoard' Nothing, abso
lutely nothing, beenuso thero has
been appropriated $11, GOO. Hut if
only $10,000 had been appropriated,
and more luljd been spent, then those
Instrumental In expending it would
havo been liable under the law itself.
This shows that by over-appropriating,
tho checks the law designed to
put on expenditure are lost. If tho
Hoard only appropriated whnt it
know It would have to spend, keeping
well within Its revenues, nnd a sound
s)stcm of finance, then there would
bo tho check of tho law on over-ex
penditures, and as time progressed
and It was seen that moro money
loulil bo expended for roads or other
purposes. It could easily bo appro
priated by short appropriation bills
for that purpose without great ex
pense for publishing such bills not
n tithe of what Is morally certain to
bo spent In excess of estimates under
tho s) stem the Republican majorlt)
"The cntlro svstcm of flnanco nnd
expenditures tho Republican major
ity proposo Is virions and abolishes
any reasonable hopo of economy In
tho administration of the affairs of
tho City and County."
Bulletin Business Office Phone 250
Bulletin Editoiial Room Phone 185. the news of the day.
The Weekly Edition of the Evenlim
nullrtln dives a complete cunininry ol
! Gr House and Lot at Puunui, front
ing on 2 Streets, near Car Terminus.
75x300 (over 1-2 acre). Electrio
Light. Desirable neighbood. Bar
P. E. R. Strauch
WAITY BLDQ. 74 B. KINO ST,
(Continued from Faze 1)
and rc-dlrcct by Cathcnrt, tho details
regarding Atcherlcj's position nnd
actions nt tho time of nnd directly
after tho Bhootlng being tho subject.
1'reil. lnukea testified that Atchor
ioy had como to him when ho was
police station clerk at tho station ono
evening nbout six or seven weeks
"Ho asked mo If I)r. Wnjson was
locked up," said Iaiiken. "I said
'No.' Ilo said: 'He ought to bo. I
iiBkcd: 'Wh?' Ho said I)r. Wnjson
had tried to steal his medicine. Ho
then nsked mo to have an officer ac
company him to his homo In order
that ho might hear neighbors who
were talking nbout him from the
sewer pipe. 1 told him to sco Knlakl-
On crosB-exnmlnatlon, Atcherley,
who had been busy taking notes,
pitched lu with u question to laukea
about these statements, and as to
whether theru was an j ono elso pres
ent at tho time.
"Isn't It rather an unusual thing
that tho police station should ho de
serted at that tlmoT" ho asked.
"No," answered laukea. "I was
there. Thero was nothing unusual.'
I)r VnMin Bald on the stand that
Inst Sunday morning ho had he, ml
tho report of a firearm, and li,ul later
on examined his house, finding that
the grass had been ploughed up by
bullets In three places, and that both
tho ollhe and tho house had been hit
by bullets, one bullet going through
tho window nnd lodging lu tho door
frumo. Thcio was also, a ballot cm-
bedded lu tho porth rail. Dr. Way
sou had lieai il shots fired on several
previous nights of Hint week.
"What woro tho relations between
ou unci Dr. Atchcrle ?" nsked tho
I can honestly Bay not otliorvvlso
than those of friendship," said Way
son. "I nlwajs considered him a gen
tleman, n bright man and a friend.'
Wnjson ndded that a cnuplo of
months ago Secretary Charlock of tho
Hoard of Health had told him thnt
Atthoiloy had told him that Wavson
was his enotii) Later on Atchorley
called on Wnjson, who nssurcd him
that ho wns not his enemy and that
ho would do alt he could for htm per
sonally and to sco that ho received
Justice from the Hoard of Health.
"I told him," said Wnson, "to get
those, wheels out of his head. Ho an
Hwcred In a vc-iy dignified manner
that ho had no wheels In his head. 'I
will toll jou Just how tt Is, doctor,'
ho said to me 'At night tlmo I hoar
volres whisper to mo from the air,
and they tell mo )ou uro my oncniy."
Mngoon announced tluft Dr. Atch-
ciloy would now conduct tho cross
examination, and, in nnswor to ques
tions b Attheilej, Wnjson wns made
to repeat the abovo testimony.
"Do j ou lemember .i resolution
passed bj tho Hoiril of Health for
bidding mo to attend certain leper
patients except under ccrtnln very
stringent conditions?" nsl.ed Ateher
lo. Wnjson ausncicd In a general way
tt tt a h n h "
tt A. CORRECTION.
Spoiling Kdltor H u 1 1 o 1 1 n
1 Tho opening games of the secoad tl
ti scries of the Atkinson League
tt plajed Inst Sunday at Atkinson tl
tt I'ark were between tho Iroquois Si
$ nnd V S M C, score: Iroquois tt
H 13, IT S M. C 0, and between the It
tt Kewnlos and llanlnnls, score: Ku- tt
tt walos 8, Ilantwnls 7, not ns re- tt
tt ported In jesturdaj's Advertiser It
tt The Pacifies and Stai lines do not tt
tt plaj In the Atkluson League. tt
CENTRAL UNION CHURCH
Hy nn unfortunate slip of the pen
on tho part of those handing In the
copy It wns announced In tho morn
ing paper that the Annual Supper of
Centrnl Union Church would bo hold
tomorrow night. II should havo said
tonight. As this is ono of tho largest
attended affairs In tho church J car,
It Is hoped thnt no one will bo confus
ed b thin mistake, hut that all who
Intended to como will ho ou hnnd at
tl o'clock tonight After tho supper
thero will be short, snappy reports
fioui all the different departments of
tho work of tho church. Como one,
that ho had alwajs tried to get Jus
tice for Atcherley before tho Hoard,
but Atcherley referred to a spccllle
resolution, nnd a document setting
this forth wns produced by Mrs. Atch
crley from n voluminous package.
This was passed up to Wajson, who
said that It had been passed by the
Hoard. The resolution provided that
tho medicine given to nnd the treat
ment of patients nt tho Kallhl station
should bo subject to examination and
Inspection of a Hoard committee
"Did ou npprovo of thut?" asked
"I said that anything I could do
for jou, I would do," nnsworcd Way
run "I said I would assist Dr
Atcherley to get permission to treat
"Yes, after jou had learned all jou
possibly could about my treatment,"
"You aro simply adding now in
sults to jour previous ones," said
Atcherley to WajBon Inter, when tho
Inttcr did not answer to suit him.
"You aro simply evading my ques
tions?" said Atcherley.
"I think my nnswers perfectly
straight," said Wajson.
"They are certainly straight."
quoth Atchorley. "Doth very straight
and very Insulting."
More Hoard of Health letters and
resolutions wcio produced by Mngoon
and Atcherley, who took turns at
asking questions. Cathcnrt finally
objected to their Introduction ns im
material, but Mngoon said that It
showed whether Wnjson as a member
of tho Hoard was friendly or un
friendly toward Dr. Atcherley. They
were dually allowed, nnd Wnjson was
atked If he considered Ills action as
a member as friendly, Wnjson nn
sworcd that tho Hoard minutes would
he the best ovldcnco of his nttltudc.
'I hero was more cross-cxanilnntlon
I do not consider any act which
I havo over done, oflklallj or other
wise, as unfriendly toward Dr. Atch-
crley," said Wajson dually, to illiich
"Why did jou consider that I was
unlit for rtwippolntmcnt as Covcrn
incut plijslclun of South Kohala?Was
It not said It was because I used
drugs? Did I not ask jou about that
at the mooting nt jour onicc'" asked
"Nn, jou dlil not nsk mo?" said
"Did jou not Bay then tliat rink
ham was a liar?"
Again a long chapter of Hoard of
Health history was waded through.
"Did jou not give Information to
I'lnkhnm that I used drugs?" nsked
'I havo no recollection of that."
At this point tho noon whist lo
blew, and Magoon moved for n recess
Tho Court wanted to finish tho case
before adjourning, but Mngoon said
this was Impossible. Wajson said ho
was busj nnd wanted to got through,
and tho Court ordered that his exam
ination bo finished.
'"What did you toll peoplo jou
treated mo for when I was jour pa
tient?" asked Atcherley.
"I told thorn I treated jou for al
coholism nnd morphinism."
"Why did I take tt?"
"I don't know."
"Don't jou know why I took
"It novor Interested mo how jou
ncqiiticd tho habit."
"Did I not tell jou I hud middle
"And jou did not think that was
"I simply treated jou for tho hah
It That was all jou ramo to me
"I did not "
Wajson stated to Mngoon that all
ha was trjlng to do was to lunik
Atcheiloy of tho morphine habit, and
Atcheilcj's icaeons for taking It eu
At this point n recess was taken
until 1: IS p in.
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