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EVENING nULT-ETIN, HONOLULU, T H . SATURDAY, JAN. 30. 1S09.
Developing & Printing
Great Lace Sale
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It keeps in any weather. It makes a valuable addi
tion to the culinary department, as well as to the table.
It Adds A Richness To Everything.
Theo. 11. Dqvies & Co., Ltd,,
s, f- v -!
Use. PAU KA HANA and
reduce the house work.
Buy from your grocer.
An Inhalation lor
OrttoUne It a Boon lo Aathmillo.
lwt II nnt fM-rmmorerflVclivetobretthHii
Ttm4r for dl of lh brrattitnr organ than
to Uko th tt jiwlt- Into the tomacb?
Crmnlrnn rurr rranwt the air ?!
ttrftnulr pnilw-i'tlc, l rarricil or tha dilated
tmra iih tr hrri h. sltlnr nrotonirt'il and
militant treatment. It la .InTalaabla to molhrt
wllb tmail chiiarcru
ThoM of ft 4'nn
will fln! I m medial rrilrf
from Coughi or Inflamed
Condition of tlii Ihrmit.
Parnl tHMtAl Cut do
1SQ i ulton Hirwt,
, New York.
Three Veto Messages Are
bent In By Mayor
municipal legislation of Hi" cnmtv rcivlcc of ili city, and of the cpen 11
should bo carried over its the IjjrIm nf tine u (lie greater pari of the nmnk
Iho' municipal legislation nr ihe clt (pil letcnnei EjcIi cotumliiei I
The effect of tills ordlnilice would lm iroctlrnll miprenio In Its own ill. I
lo destroy that basis, to crvate cbam lon of the public sorUce. It wn
and uncertainty It Is not pretended spend tlie money nppropilnted for lm
Plain and Fancy, in Black,
Russet, and Tan leathers.
POST CARD ALBUMS.
Oat & Mossman,
7G Merchant St., near P. 0.
l THAT PROVES
Fine Wines and Liquors
L0VEJ0Y & CO., LTD.
902-904 Nuuanu Ave. Phone 308
The Encore Saloon
Try a drink at the new place and
have "MATT" HEFFERN serve you.
COR. HOTEL and NUUANU.
THE WORLD'S BEST MUSIC
BERQSTROM MUSIC Co., Ltd.
Delivered to residences
and offices at 25c per
hundred in 10-lb. lots
W. O. BARNHART,
133 Merchant St.
-MrTr'T -ft ?"" "Pi
"WHEN ONCE YOU TRY,
' '"''j' YOlfLL ALWAYS BUY
IT'S WHOLESOME because1 it is rich and pure.
IT TASTES BEST because it is richest and purest.
Ask Your Grocer
'The Finest Bathing on the Beach."
Meals At All Hours.
WINES, LIQUORS. AND CIQARS.
W. O. jSBKUin, iropneior.
LUNCHES and DRINKS
The most popular
place in town.
The Fashion Saloon
Hotel St, near Fort
fack Scully. Jack Roberts.
The mectlnR of the Hoard of Super
iors yesterday afternoon, called for
the purpose of passim; tin; supervisor
Inl salaries, accomplished Its purpose,
nnd llsteden to three etn messages
f loin the Mayor besides There was
comparatively little unnecessary talk-
Iiir done, nnd on the whole the meet-
IhS was more business-like than the
previous ones have been, this being
possibly the" effect of wholesome crlt
Tho Committee on I'ubllc Expend!
tnrVs reported two salar) demands fur
salaries of the elected officers and the
District Court Interpreters, Ahla
moved to adopt tliu report.
Tern ruled that It not necossary
tt pass on the salaries fixed by law.
The wonder happened Ayletl
agreed with him.
''That Is what I was thinking," he
snld. "All we have to do Is to demand
our warrants. Still, It hax been cus
tomary In pass them "
I.ogun xnld that this wun done for
the benefit of tho Auditor. lie did
not care for the dollars, but ho thought
thb Cut of a few dollars, deducted for
the four first dnjn or the month befnrt
the Hoard went Into office, looked
iiueer. Ho was willing to let the mat
tor go, however, nnd to lay the mnttcr
on tho table.
"No, I won't agree to that," cried
Ahln. "1 need my money "
Tho Interpreters' ilemamU be passed
was tinned by I.ogan Aylett moved
to adopt the entire committee reuort
taking both domnnds at once
"If jou want to adopt tho whole re-
lKirt of thu committee I refuse to put
tho motion," said Kern Tho motion
was then passed on the usual one-two
tin ee-Jou'ro out count
I.ognn reported for tho Committee
on Public Expenditures, recommend
Ing that the clerk be authorized to In
miro tho county furniture with Hit
Phoenix Insurance Co, Ilackfeld &
Co, agents, for $30(10. It had been pub
)lcly announced that the city was In
miring with a forolgn company (tin
Norwich) and respect had been paid
to this point, hence the change.
Kern wrote for authority to permit
the fire department to participate it
the Moral Parade. Logan moled tc
grant the authority, with the reserva
vutlon that a sufficient reserve force
be kept In hand by the Chief Engineer
Logan, speaking for the Knlmnkl lm
provement club, reported that Japan
cmi were stealing sand from the muds
Ho moved to refer the matter to tin
Three veto messages were read from
the Maor, as follows:
People's Will Thwarted.
"If lu attempted by this ordinance t(
repeal wholesale and without consld
oration of consequences tho leglslatlor
of two Hoards of SupenlsorB of the
County of Onhu, expending over a por
lnd of three and a half) earn, by which
tho entire public kervlco of tho Terrl
tory and tho public now- constituting
tho City and County of Honolulu wnr
organized and carried on In a way
fairly responsive to tho public needs.
"It Is a direct attempt to thwart th1
legislative will of the people of th3
Territory of Hawaii. Tho Legislature
In the .Municipal Act inndo clear Its
purpose that the City and County of
Honolulu, as thu successor of the
County of Ouliu, should have the ben
tflt of the municipal experience of thi
county It thcrefoie provided that tho
I apprehend, that the members of tin
Hoard, or nnvone else, porrlblv, has
any clear or precise ldeauTthe ail
(ins acts of legislation tills ordinance
attempts to repeal, or their relation to
each other, or what the ultlnu't effect
of this ordinance may be In ctntiji par
ticulars. "It Is bejond question that the Log
Islatuto Intended In the Municipal Act
to give the Maor the power to ai
point tho heads of the various depart
ments of the municipal service. In
much tho same way that the (Inventor
of the Territory ha the appointment
it ,).,. Iirtnrlt. et ilniiarlniildl. 1,, tli.i T.i, '
... ..in .tvwua i. ., f n . ...v . to ... i.ii; -
ritorlal service. The Legislature In
tended this power to Inhere In the
mayoralty. This ordinance U one step
in the clearly revealed purpose of the
majority of this Hoard to usurp Hint
liower. I would not bo true to my oath
of office, therefore, If I did not oppose
that purpose by every legal means the
.Municipal Act has placed lirmy hands
For, however willing I might bo per
sonally to ncqulesce In such usurpa
tion, I have no right to surrender
rights or powers which my successors
In office, whoever they may be, will be
equllly entitled to In their turn, as
"This ordinance will sarve no pur
pose of public good. It Is destructive
and not constructive in Us purpose'. As
i nno said, it is nn effort to thwart the
will nnd purpose of tho Leglslaturu."
galnit Committee Rule.
"It seems to me that government by
tthndtng committee: could seated? go
farther than Is projioscd In this ordi
nance. Hy It three standing commit
tees of tho Hoard are given almost
absolute control 6f tho entlro public contravention o' iaw they can not bo
ricpaH-ueuts as it sees fit. Its ncn
tnav go unchallenged h tho Hoard for
Hie major inrt of every month, for !
the t "Mins of the ordinance itself the
ere not lequlred to txt reported until
the last regular meeting of each
mouth, and If (llnppi(ied then the dlx
'PproNnl has no effect exctjpt lifter ll
bus been exprestied: nor does then
seem to be anthlng to pinveut nnv of
these eonmiltiees from Inimedlnteli
repeating what has been disapproved
and so continuing It until the last reg
ular meeting of the Hoard for the next
mouth, and rc n from month to
month In short the Hoard by this
ordinance, has ubolislu-d mot of the
checks on expendituie which the .Mu
nicipal Act fought to eteate and then
bus In hrge measure ab Heated Hi own
lver of control
"The majority of th Hoard having
t'cllberatel) abolished the kvsIoiii of
departments with department tifaili
who can be held to strict lesionslbll
Ity and accountability b this onll
nance Keeks to make permanent a s s
tern of divided responsibility, aud gov
ernment b standing committees I'nd
er Much a system, even If efficiency is
not lost, as experience proes It Is
very llkelv to be. any comprehensive
pystetu of public service and public
Improvement Is Impossible."
Act Invalid Anyhow.
"Some of these nets were, In mv
opinion, In direct violation of the Mil
nlclpal Act, and, therefore.ought not
to be validated The majority of the
Hoard, by this resolution, expresses a
doubt of the validity of their own nets.
They could nut have lacked validity
unless In contravention of law If In
m ide v ilid bv thh means"
l.oKan and Kuue respectively moved
to file Hi" mevsages until the tlmrt
had come (five days) in which to con-
Mder them Carried.
The Iloaiil adjourned until Tueday,
T I , in
MARKED FOR THE
tirmt tt.rtr titr bo Mn t lletkes
r !l Klrkh.im slitr-u CMklaml. Cl ,
enlUd t uur nin- with riil thirteen
jeuri, uld thv l.iitr wnk un.l .IvtlejM.
Sh- ttnt that ii hnd .t a lauirtittr
llirnuijh kl.fil dim iino n".l tt.e doi'totl
now tnld lirr tlil.1 Due -irii In th! BJtmt
nx and Ihnt fdi-j ruuld the but x rtvort
Tti mottitr wan nearly dlnlructd. W
told tier ttint klditrv iltHrttfA vtitM rdlly
InrlaniiMiMoii or the klJnrM -in. I ttuit it
wn- In fflct Inn m1,l uinjr ft old diurc
tlc nil i,f t ''i rvclttihtf,
but thu ( . . ij Inllnni-
inntliiti h i I and (hut the
(hllil wuiilil t i. r Tim moth
er tOOk tllf ll, iTuli ir ua i fir.
iklp tin. i. )nr-
A frvv month-- as., Mr- llrtkis rallrd
with n iK-atulfiil jounit irl Who win th
-ry puturr nf health Hhn Intruduced
lur n the dliiK patl"-nt of tliree jcarti
i.Kn. mid mlii us to refer unytiody In the
world to her Hh mated the recovery
vvm ronipletn about the elevenlli weelc.
for th only emollient for Innummitlon
nr the kldne)-.. (hn world h ever iieen,
nk for ul Ion's Itenal L'ompound. Lit
erature mailed frw
JOHN J. IITLTON CO.
Honolulu I)ru-r Co, Kort Kt.. are our
ol locil areiit. Ak for tdrminthlr
Hull) tin of late ri-covertes. St
Congressional llerord " '-ted on
crnsliilk-niaile paper I I neu'e.t
theme among mcmberM of tin Nation
al house The Committee on Agri
culture started the talk after Its
members hud been shown n great u
rlety qf tnrnstnlk paper samples.
These inugeil from scml-waterproof
pi. per. tit for wrapping butter, to a
highly calendered product adapted to
Ihe Best Whiskey on the Market.
rHOS. F. McTIQHE & CO., ACjENTS.
10M05 KINO ST.
PHONE 140. P. 0. BOX 755.
Owner of an old mercantile house
wishes to associate himself with a
business man who is willing- to' take
an active part and put $6000 into the
business to enlarge it. Absolutely
safe. Legitimate returns assured.
Bank and commercial references'.
For narticulars apply
P. E. R. Strauch
WAITtf BLDO. ii 'H. ilNG'ST.
V.vV.. -s. j;..e;kw . v ,
Hawaiian Iron Fence and Monument Wprks
NEXT TO YOUNQ DLDQ., 16-190 KINO STREET,
Great Clearance Sale
Used and Second-Hand
v" i -
For One Week, commencing Feb. 1st,
To make rooni for a Carload
of Pianos now on the way
I Large, Fine-Looking fcC? Cf
American Piano, at " oc,tlu
4 Others of Well-Known Make? - Very Cheap
THESE Pianos were, taken in excharce
, on Stejnway Grands and other
high-priced Pianos during our holiday
trade: They have been thoroughly
overhauled and put in repair by our
" tWe also offer for sale at a liberal
1 STEINWAY UPRIGHT, used only 20 months
I STARR UPRIGHT, used only 18 months
On Easy Terms to suit customers.
We have our regular line of STEINWAY
and other first-olass Pianos' at fair prices and
Thayer Piano Co.
156 Hotel Street, opposite Young Hotel
PM M fl 1
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