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CVESMNO BULLETIN. HONOLULU, T II., THURSDAY, MARCH 4, lOOp.
s, SHOES I
"ONE, TWO, THREE"
; STUNT JfET HOLDS
Deadlock Between Mayor
And Board Still
k SOROSIS sets the Style in Shoes
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Theoretically tin' sltintltm between ,
the Major ami the Hoard of Supervis
ors has ckulrieil, In reality there has
npparcntlj been but slight change In
the fitato of nffulrs. At the meeting
jostcrday nftcrnoou, t.ognn admitted
tho Major's right to malic apjiolnt
nientB, nnd then llie majority proceed
ed to work slashing Ills Honor's list
with npparent glee.
Uorgei, Kraioe, Ocro, Thurston and
Hoed were confirmed In short order.
Wilson, the Major's nominee for the
losltton of Ito.ul Supervisor, got the
Logan mailo a talk about appoint
ments nud hinted thnt the Hoad Super
visor might not be eoftuldercd n de
partment head He nt first made the
flat statement that tho outside Hoad
SuDenlsorit could not be considered
as coining umlei the Major's appoint
ive )iowcr. Later ho changed his
mind. Tho majority evidently ugreed
I with him on both stands.
As Kred Mejors nnd Oeorgo Chal
mers, Hoad Supervisors for Walaniio
nnd Walmnnalo respectively, serve
without piy. their appolntmonts wcte
confirmed. James Mnnonnoa for Kwa.
, II II l'leuicr foi Wallua. I). K Knahu
for Koolauluj, nnd J. K I'aele for Koo
1 luupoko, worn not conlliimd.
When the motion was nude to con
firm certain of thti Major's appoint
ments, Kern declined to put tho ques
tion, saying that he had legal advice
I that the confirmation of his np oint
ments lij tho Hoard was not necessary.
Despite the Supremo Court deci
sion, the "one two, thrto' piocess was
lone through with when the salary lie
, mands for the police fmco were pre-
rilled by r!nprvltor Cox.
J SniKirvlior Mcf'le Inn presented sal
nry depnn.lc for the It nd Department,
stating that the melt were emplojed
I ilmliig tho month of Kebnnry. On mo
1 i inn "f ' nmii th'i ininrt was laid on
I Tho committee appointed to Investi
gate (ho eise of llaculf'iu. supioxed
to have wui'ted for Sutomon
Logan started tho appointment bull
tolling wllh the words.
"Mr. Major, I bellcvo that the Su
preme Court has decided that tho Maj
or has tho authority" to nppolut tho
heads of departments with the approv
al of the Board. I now therefore ask
If you have1 any appointments to lay
Tho Major said thnt he had already
announced his npiwlntments.
Logan moved that the clerk bo re-
I quested to .produce tho list of appoint
ments. Such Instructions were given.
Tho IUt was then road through.
The.nomlnatlon of County Knglnecr
Oero wna unanimously confirmed
Tho Major objected to tho proced
ure of reading tho namos out and vot
ing on thorn one by one Tho list of
Honolulu department headr was then
Tho appointments were all approved
with tho exception of tho Hoad Over
Tho Mayor declined to put tho mo
tion on tho ground that the law did
not require the approval of tho Hoard
of Supervisors to his appointments.
Logan 'put tho question.
Cox said that ho wanted more, light
on tho subject before voting, the Hoard
having been In trouble long enough.
Ajlolt made a rather lengthy speech,
announcing that the Honrd was ready
to approve the appointments.
"As far as I am concerned, said ho,
"I am ready to approve the list of ut
pointments ns placed beforo tho
Logan then put n motion to confirm
Goto, ThurLton, Kruzoe, Hoed and Her
ger. WlUon was pot conn lined an Hoad
Supervisor. McC'ellati voted for him
and Cox declined to vote.
There was somo Uttlo dlsputo as
to whether Cox could ho oxcused or
not, but finally a vote was tuketi and
Cox was allowed to sit without voting.
Logan then moved that tho district
road supervisors be considered, though
earlier In the meeting ho had Insisted
thnt they were not officers.
Hoard adjourned until 7:30 o'clock
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OUR REGULAR ANNUAL
Sale of Skirts
Begins on Monday, March 1st
ATGHERLrTS FATE IS
NOW IN JURY'S HANDS
while drawing pi from tile county, re
polled nil tt.a,lhl The former boatd
allowed t'eek $18 a mouth to help piy
Ids tliuK bov. 'It v.nt recpnimrndid
that reck In- allowed Jja a month Tor
l' otabli) hoy, rir,pnlil a reasonable sal
ary which wlH'ofiabe him to hlro u
A coniniiiiilcjtlhn wk received ftnni
I Marstmi Campbell, stating that the
hud necessary to vvl leu I'orl street In
Iront of thi' I'ov.ler premises, liad boon
Fecund, utid leconinx'iidlug that the
widening work In taken up lit once.
The communication was referred to
the Committee on lloads.
The Atcherley case went to the
Jury ut 2 ojclock this iifternoon, the
taking jof evldenfi' bellig concluded
this morning The urguments were
l'ocl, brief, the opposing uttot-hejs telylug
The sale will include many bargains in
White Silk, White Voile, Black Silk,
and many FANCY and PLAIN CLOTHS.
on tho weight of evldeniu) rather than
the pow'er of their oratory for a fa
McKlNLEY HipH SCHOOL pLAY.
On Saturday nltjlit tho curtain will
rlsd nt' 8:10 on the fourlli or'the-HIgh
School pen '.or plays, nnd the '09 faiee
Milt, fair Jo eahlly equal Its predeces-
tors "A ?lodorn Ananias" Is ono pfJ
tlio. best of Frasor's comedies, nil of
which nie Justly famed.
The sale u tickets has been good
yet llergsfroii'i still havo'romo good
seats left. ' '
Japa'rese Olficial Tells
Of Conditions 0 1
"Tho' commercial dapiosUnn, which
has been In oxlstciife lor some tlmu In
Canada anil tho Unlicd stitej In 1m
HoiiiS. jHhlnilzii, Jorraer Japanese
ConiTul' Oonfitil In tltlaw a t'jnndn,
madd the above statement this morn
ing on hoard tho steamer Tenjo Mam
Shlmlzii, accompanied by his f:iinHv.
is returning to Japan to accept a po
liltlon In the Dupiirtmcnt of foreign
Affairs, lie Laid thnt oteijthlm; Is
quiet in Canada, Tho rostiiclltm of
tho Jupanese liiitnigration to Canada
Ins, ho sajs, affected lapniioo busl
Mr, Shlmliu speaks tho Cngllsh Ian
gnngo fluontly nnd is highly commend
ed by tho Department of Foreign Af
fairs. His successor, ho says, will
not bo appointed until he has arrived
In Toklo. During his absence, the Orst
kecretary will look after the business
of the Consulate Ooneral In Ottawa.
lloforo tho Tenyo arrived off port,
Mr. Shimlzu sent n wireless message
to Consul Oenorat Lycno here, Inform
ing him of his presenco on board.
Mr. Shimlzu and family were met
at the wharf by Mr, Uyeno, who es
corted them to the local Consulate. .
DONINE SHOW TONIOHT.
nolulu, with tho fire laddies at work,
and altogether an Interesting l.ttlo
story Is told by mcnnB of the moving
pictures. In addition to those, Uonlno
will show his films of the recent Flor
al Parade, tho pictures taken on I.ln
coin Dnj tho wonderful Kllnuea'o'-'v
cano pictures, and u now program liaJ
been arranged for the Inst exhibition
of the seubon. The show will be giv
en this evening In the Hawaiian Operu
Hnulne's flro department picture
knowing Honolulu's force In action,
hae proved to lie a striking silccesn
Thoy wore thown at a prlvnte exhibi
tion tlis other day. ami will he again
seen tonight at the Hawaiian Ojcr.i
House. Theee scenes are almost re
turn kablo In their sharp clearness, and
eeijono ,ho taw them thrown on the
cmtaln ut thu gjumnsum ot the ecu
tral fire station spjaks highly ot then)
The. series opens with the sending in
ot an alarm nt the corner ot School
on I Nuitanu avenuo and Ihcy shov ex
octly what happens whtp a Hie breaks
out In this city. At tho various sta
tions plctiues of the mull and hustle us
the men leap Into their rubber boots
and the rapid work when Hie engines
are hooked up, starting for the rcene
of rctlon. mo shown. Tlio stralgh'
away run of the entire department on
upper Poit street Is one of tho most
Mdrltcd nnd hiirccssful plctmes of Its
l.lnd evor made. The s"tles ends with
thu picture of u burning house In Ho-
The County Auditor's office staff Is
very busy Just now. All the regular
accounts which have been held up
fur so long a time, are being paid off
As soon us It was Intimated that thu
warrants would be paid, the Auditor
Informed tho various creditors, who
nt once came around to gather tin Ir
share of tho spoil.
Ily a wholesale houso, n jnung man
of about 2K til help out in ship
ping;, must understand steuogra
phj'. Address "X.," this olllce.
(las generator off auto, llcturn tn
this office and lecihn reward J.
Venhuizen, Hoard of Health
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A Clergyman's Opinion
TIME WAS when men were ashimed to admit that they owned an interest in mining proposition. They bought mining stock on the sly and kept it dark from their friends
and families because they regarded their investment as a pure speculation, a bet and a gamble, and a long chance. But times have changed in recent years, and so has
mining. The mining business has advanced just the same as has the sugar business. Men of national importance, identified with banking, insurance, railroads and the lead
inn industrials are now interesting themselves in mining because mining has been. reduced by modern methods, a knowledge of geology, and the expertnes of modern engineers to
a science and a sure thing: Mining is today a very,importanf and basic business and it's a good deal safer than most businesses according to the tale of tell-tale statistics. Also
it is one of the cleanest businesses under the sun. A Methodist minister war recently 'reproached by one of his flock for identifying himself with a gold-mining proposition, and
this was his retort, in substance, in an open, letter jrablished in his local broadsheet:
"Conscientious scruples AGAINST buying stock in a gold mlnet I have no such scruples. I purchased my stock as a matter of principle. The Sermon on the Mount and the
"ten commandments don't come into the matter and'theology needn't. The fact ls,l, admire a miner's wealth. It is 'dean. There is no blood or orphans' or widows tars on it. It
"is acquired away from the scheming and cut-throat competition that characterizes ordinary ventures, where the success of one man so often means the disaster and downfall of some
"other man, or, perhaps, a number of men. Nobody has been pinched; nobody has been wronged. The miner who digs' a fortune out of the ground has the satisfaction that he
"hasn't robbed a soul, even though he becomes a hundred times a millionaire. As I look at the matter, there are few producers of .wealth. The many live on the few. The only man
"com'"rable with the miner is the fanner. He gets what he has direct from nature, but he produces perishable wealth. While he meets a want, his contributipn to the world s
"wealth therefore is not a permanent one like the miner's. The gold miner' is today the king wealth producer of the country, and I honor him ab ove all others. .It is no dishonor; it
"needs no apologv to emulate his examole or assist htm in his efforts. That is the whole-question in a nutsh-1."
And who shall.say that this clergyman wasn't right, be his critic a Methodist, an Episcopalian, a Catholic, or a Chinese Confucian?
Apart from being the cleanest business, mining is one of the best and safest and soundest and. most conservative businesses under the sun PROVIDED you get into the right
mine with the riuht people, ,
The "MAYFLOWER" Mine is a proven gold mine, and certified as such by the U, S. Government, the Nevada County Promotion Committee who are on the spot, and by
several Honolulu gentlemen who have been on the spot, and it Is in the hands of honest and honorable men. Itsguldlng spirit is an American who located and developed by his
genius one of the greatest mines that exist In Canada the "Sultana" a man who was honored on his last visit to Europe by being elected a Fellow of the Royal Geographical So
ciety of England, and that honor is not conferred promiscuously on Tom, Pick, Harry, or your uncle Annie. Enough said. BUY MAYFLOWER STOCK. BUY IT NOWl
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GEO. M. SHAW, Agent, liilo, Hawaii Phone 499 Call, Write or Phone for a Prospectus
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