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MAKING APPROPRIATIONS FOR THE VARIOUS SERVICES OF THE
CITY AND COtTNTY OF HONOLULU.
llH IT KKSOIjVEU by the Hoar J of Superiors of the Cltjr. and County
of Honolulu, Territory of Hawaii, that tho following Hums, Unmounting to
THREE HUNDRED FORTY-NINE .THOUSAND ONE HUNDRED FIFTY
BIX Dollars (JSIMSG.OO), arc hi-rr-by nroiintcd to be paid out of
mono In tho Ueneral Fund of the Treasury of the City and 'County of
Honolulu for salaries fixed by law awd other salaries, wages, of labor,
donations, maintenance of Jails, school., and general expenses f tho said
City and County for the period beginning with tho First day of January.
A l inio. nn.l emllnc with tho ThlrtlcVh day of June. A. D.J 1910, said
nt to be made In pro rata monthly subdivisions of said' amount as
stuted In the schedule thereof herein (.onlaUned:
, Tcr Month.
Snlnrlci fixed by law ,. 1 , 3.U0K 00
Advertising, not pro rntcd
Associated Charities ' 1 00
Attorney, Deputies and Offlte Emplojcs 650 00
Attorney, Expenses, Clll and Criminal Cases,
not pro rated W
A'ttorne, Material & Supplies
Auditor, Oltlce Kinployes ( '
Auditor, Material & Supplies
Ilulldltib & Plumbing Inspector, Pa) roll
Uutldlng & l'lumblng Inspector, Mntorlal & , J
Hulldlng Plumbing Inspector, Keep of Horse f
llurlul, Indigent Dead, not pro rated i
Clty and County Physician, Payroll
City nnd County Phjsfflan, Material & Supplies
Clerk, omco Emplojcs
Clerk, Material & Supplies ,
Collection & Disposition of tlarbage l,400f00
Commission, Collecting Koud Tax, not pro rated
Coroner's Inquest, not pro rated n
District Court, Emplojcs J, 420 00
District Courts, Material & Supplies fr &0 00
Dlstrkt Magistrate, Second, not pro rated... 1
Donation, Hawaii Promotion Committee ) 250 00
DomUioii, Kaplolanl Park' (To be expended un- I
der tho direction of tho Hoard of Super- '"
lsors) 700 00
Donntlon, Leahi Homo X 12G 00
Engineering ft Surveying' Work, Payroll .... 180 00
Engineering & Surveying Work, Material &
Supplies 100 00
Fish Inspector, Payroll 170 00
Hospital Expenses ,. 1,150 00
Janitors, Payroll 400 00
License Collectors, Payroll 250 00
l.lrcnso Collectors, Material & Supplies 25 00
(nlntcuuuco of Firo Stations & Klre Apparatus,
l'ayroll ". ,.. 3,$9G 00
Maintenance of Klro Stations & Klre Apparatus,
Material & Supplies 700 00
Maintenance of Hawaiian Hand, Payroll . . . . : 1,725 00
Maintenance of Hawaiian Hand, Material & t
!;. Supplies .' j 75 00
Maintenance of Jails, Payroll ' 1,045 00
, if 18,030 00
j 600 00
i 1,000 00
j 450 00
! 2,520 00
t 1,500 00
l 6,900 00
AND HE IT-FURTHER RESOLVED, That tho Auditor of the City and
Cniiniv nf Honolulu l herebv authorlted.and directed to drnw warrants on
the City and County" Treasurer for any" of the sums nnmed herein, or pari
thereof, upon having filed with him schedules of snlarlcs fixed by law, and
other salaries, of donations nnmed herein, of payrolls and of accounts for
material and supplies, accompanied by qrlglnal vouchers and certified by tho
Clerk ns halng been duly paused nnd' allowed' by the Hoard of Supervisors
nt any regular meeting, or any special meeting, called for the purposo' of
considering expenditures; .M.
AND HE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, That to make expenditures under
this Resolution, It shall bo necessary that alt salary lists. Items of donations.
pa rolls, Items ot material and supplies and accounts of general expenses
shall, bcfoie being presented to tho Hoard ot Supervisors, be passed upon by
n Committee or Committees nnd by such be reported to the Hoard ot Super
visors with the recommendation of such Commlttco or C6mmlttecs, and
sutns found to be lawfully duo and payable may then be voted upon singly
or collectively as convenient on a call ot the ayes and noes. In the event
of any such Committee falling or neglecting to so pass upon any such mat
tcrs, or to make any recommendation In regard thereto, tho Hoard may
thereupon net. .,
AND HE IT FURTHER RESOLVED. That .no, payments under this Reso
lution be Incurred In any month In excess of tho 'monthly 'pro rata sums
herein authorized. ,
Introduced by Supervisor DANIEL LOGAN.
Honolulu, T. H., December 7, 1909. , . t
Approved this 18th day of December, A. D., 1909. .
JOSEPH' J. FERN,
1 i Mayor.
10ts Dec. 21, 22, 23, 24, 27, 28, 29, 30, 31; Jan. 3, 1910.
Honolulu, T. H.,
November 16, 1909.
Resolved, by the Honrd of Super
iors of the City nnd County of Ho
nolulu, Territory of Hawaii, that the
sum of seven , hundred dollars
(1700.00) be add the same Is hereby
Appropriated out ot the general fund
for the Installation ot electric lights
nt Palolo .Road, Kalmukl and Alewa
Heights, District ot Honolulu.
Introduced by Supervisor
WM. A. KANE.
JOSEPH J. FERN,
lOts Dec. 21, 22, 23, 24, 27,-28, 29,
30, 31; Jan. 3, 1910.
Mnlntcnanco of Parks, Payroll
Maintenance of Parks, Material ft Supplies, not
Maintenance of Police & Flro Alarm System,
Pa) roll , ,
Maintenance of Police & Fire Alarm System,
Material & Supplies i. . . ,
Maintenance of Police Force, Payroll , 6,960 00
Maintenance of Police Force, Material ft Sup
plies ....'. t ,. 1,100 00
Maintenance of Pounds, Payroll 50 00
Maintenance of Prisoners 685 00
MnlntcnaiHo ot Roads, Honojulu District.,.. 16,000 00
Mnlntcnanco of Ewa Road District 2,500 00
Maintenance of Walanae Road District 400 00
Maintenance of Walalua Road District 2,250 00
Maintenance of Koolauloa Road District.... 2,000 00
.Maintenance or Koolaupoko Road District.... 2,000 00
Maintenance of W'almana'lo Road District, not ''
Mnlntcnanco of Schools, not pro rated
Maintenance & Construction of Electric Light 4
Systom, Payroll , . . . , 790' 00
Maintenance ft Construction of Electric Light i ' f ,
System, Material ft Supplies . . .'.t, .. . . f (1,0)8 00
lyjr, Incidentals' ':?". . .. ,?1' 150' 00
-.Major, Entertainment Furiir.lfo'f-po'ratedf ii" '-..,
Meat Inspector, Payroll T: 150 00v
Mcnt ft Food Inspector1, o'utsidoKdlstrlct. . . . 100 00
Milk Inspector, Payroll ft Transportation.... 100 00
Morguo Attendant, Payroll ., yC. ?.'?,' ' ," 85',0,0
Municipal Offices Rents" . . .'.'. . .. ' 32G 00
Road Signs, not pro rated
Sanitary Inspectors, Payroll vvt 'VF!0Q
Supervisors, Material ft Supplies, not pro r&te'd
rreasurer, Offlco Employes 150 00
Treasurer, Muterlal ft Supplies 25 00
"Witness Foes, not pro rated ; t
Meat ft Food Inspectors 170 00
HE IT FURTHER RESOLVED. That; the following .sums amouqtlnfc t'o
TWENTY-ONE THOUSAND NINE HUNDRED ($21,900.00) DOLLARS are
hereby appropriated to be paid out of moneys In the noad Tax Special Fund
of the City and County ot Honolulu, for the building and maintenance ot
roads and bridges In the respective districts named herein, said payment
to be in pro rata monthly subdivision of said amount as stated In the
schedule thereof herein contained:
Honolulu District .. $ 2,000-00
Ewn ft'Wnlanne District 1,000 no
Wiiln Inn DlBlrlot 41U1 tin
Koolauloa District , , 200 00
-r G10 00
a- 1,020 00
I '.60 06
t 12,000 00
- " Honolulu, T. II,,
November 16, 1909.
Resolved, by tho Hoard ot Super
visors of the City and County ot Ho
nolulu, Territory of Hawaii, that the
sum of four hundred and ninety
dollars ($490.00) bo and the same
Is hereby appropriated from tho gen-
oral fund for tho payment ot claim
known as "Water Sprinkler, Wala
lua Road District."
Presented by Supervisor
J. C. QUINN.
JOSEPH J. FERN,
lOts Dec. 21, 22, 23, 24, 27, 28, 29,
3J, 31; Jan. 3, $310.
Resolved .by the Hoard of Super
visors of thcJCIty and County of Ho
nolulu thnt ;,thc"sum ot eighteen' nun
dred ($1,800.00) dollars be and tho
stone Ia ..hereby appropriated out of
the general fund for the construe'
tlon of a Pile bridge nt Walalua.
Introduced by Supervisor
, J. C. QUINN.
" Tho foregoing resolution- was, 'at
a regular meeting of the Hoard ot
Supervisor of tho City nnd County
of Honolulu held on Tuesday,- Decern
ber 21, 1909, ordered pass to print
on the- (olowlng vote of the said
Ayes: Ahla, Aylctt, Cox', Kane,
Logan, McClellan. Total: 6.
Absent and not -voting: Qulnn.
D. KALAUOKALANI, JR.,
Clerk, City and County ot Honolulu.
4502 Dec. 27, 28, 29, 30. 31.
Payment of Water Rates.
As provided for In Chapter 45 ot
the Revised Laws ot Hawaii, 1905,
all persons holding .water privileges
nr thnsn imvlnir iviitnr rules bm
Miereby notified that the water rates
for tho six '(S)-months ending June
30, 1910, will be due and payablo ou
the first day ot January,' 1910. '"
A failure to pay such water rates
within fifteen (15) days thereafter
an additional charge of 10 per cent
win be made.
All privileges upon which rates
remain unpaid on January 10, 1910,
lire subject to (Immediate shut-oft
without further notice.
Rates are payable at the office of
tho Honolulu Water Works, Capitol
J. M. LITTLE,
Superintendent of Honolulu
.' i j. Water Works.
Honolulu, T. II, December 20,
1909. - 4497 Dec! 23, 27, 30, 31
Payment of Sewer Ratei.
' ABUNDANT WATER
' In.accQrdance with Chapter 84 of
hdlnV ?J?M:"'JX2 accood by Vo. K.
LIHUE, Dec. 25. W. F. Martin, ni
Englneor of tho Water Resourc-CH
Drpnch oftho U, S. Geological Survey,
who has, been uppolntcd Chief Hydro
grapher for tho Territory, and has
been spending a couple of weeks on a
preliminary Insurwy of this Island, in
th complete Hydrograhphlc Suney
that was described In our last issue,
returned to Honolulu on Tuesday uf-
ior.noou, to continue his Investigations'
on tho other Islands. Accompanying
him on his excursions over (his Isl
and, has bcon A. F.. Knudsen, ono of
our residents, who titfce a great Inter
est In the development of the Hydro-
graphic and Topographic Surveys on
Kauai, and who will probably have
charge 'of the actual operation on tho
Island after tho Engineers arrive,
sometime next month, Mr, Knudsen
also took tho W. O. Hall for Hono
lulu, on Tuesday.
To continue the report of their in
vestigations, after arriving at Llhuu,
lust week, which was bogun In out
last week's Issue, they went on to
Hanalel7on Wednesday of laat week),
by automobile, arriving at tho liana
lei Hotel nt noon of that day. '
Their first excursion was on horsu'
holding sewer privileges or paying
tewer rates ure hereby notified that1
the sqwer rates for tho six (6)
months 'ending June 30, 1910, will
be due and payable at tho otQco of
the Superintendent of Public WorkH
on the.tirst day of January, 1910.
, A failure to pay such, rates within
imeen.(iG) nays thereafter will sub
ject, tho holder to 10 per 'cent addi
tional, MANUEL K. COOK,
ill, up the Hannlel Valley as far us
thoy could rldo, easily, about six or
seven miles, passing tho lasl" settle
ment on the way. This section of the
valley, they discovered, was a great
feeding ground for wild ducks, -and
they lamented the fact that they had
brought "no guns with them., 1
J In order to explore that country
mor thoroughly, and loam more def
initely of Its water resources, Mr. Mur-
tt,n proposes, tho next time he comes
to this section, to tuke tho trio un tho
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R....H...n,idr.i ..i..i.. ,....... -V "V i mvuu, near UIU
wutvoMtbuMVHi, ui x Ulfllt; It UrK9. tm rxf Hu Itf.. I..1.... 1 1 11
Department of Public Works. De- X .,"":" 'T"" . t " "
tember 20, 1909. of TiLJ wu , m." ,, ": Z,. T. T"" "
4497 Dec. 23, 27, 30, 31 the top of the mountain cry near to
T"?!g!g;ea the nource of the Hanulel River, nnd
185 editorial rooms 250 bust-, k down the willoy until tin- Jutaki-
nets office. These are the telephone 'd power plant of tho Knunl Blectrln
nunnurt vr me euiltlin omct, vumoany is reaction.
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Call or write for one
of our beautiful
They are free for the
asking, and will
giye you an idea of
the ,rnany different
uses to which Ar
' morite Paint may
be put. , "
ARMORITE is prepared speci
ally to resist the salt air of this
climate , and .is the only paint
you should use.
Theo H. Davies' &: Co.,
n iX Vyraria7SBTsWsrTV mS-Simr
esl vm msm&fw
dps-5 nn bZMLim-zr-;
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.Tho following day, Friday, they rode
to, this iower plant In Wnlnlhn Val
ley, and on up tho Volley tho flvo or
tlx' miles to the Intako from Its up--
pcr levels around over tho tablo
lands to the rich farming lands nf
trip south and cast, sides, of tho, Is
lands. For power purposes, now-
eVcr, tho region Is very valuable,
and the Walnlha power, house of the
Kiiual Electric Co. 'Is itftj the present
time engaged In carrying thousands
of; horsepower by wire across tne
Island to pump wnir tarjthf ' plan
tations on the arid but' fertile south
bide ot the Island.
It Is well known that-there are
great possibilities In'this, way'of thq
development of the water and power
on tho north side, but Just how far
they may depended upon Is un-l-nown,
as yet, and the main purpose
of, the hydrographers now Is to find,
out Just how far this water supply
may be depended upon for those objects.
Returning from Walnlha on
Thursday, tho party travele back
nv'far as Kealla that same evening,
stpliplng at Manager Myers houso
al Kllauea for a brief visit on the
way, ana spent two days at the resi
lience of Col. Spalding, where the
ictlng manager of Makee Sugar Co.,
Rufus P, Spalding, son of Col.
Spalding, furnished them with hors
es and guides to enable them to In
vestigate tho water resources of the
Kealla mauka of Kapaa lands.
. .On Friday they spent the day vis
iting the various ditches drawluE
wliter from the Kapaa stream nnd
in traveling all over the Kapaa and
Walpoull districts. The main ditch
es there have measuring weirs In
itiom, located at several pqjnts In
the miner sections, which were nr.
dercd put In by Superintendent of
Public Works Campbell, and Mar.
tin took measurements ot the water
flowing down, both'iby, flndJog the.
number of Inches 'MwJntWir the
weirs and by his cuMpnt mltii&flrid,
Ing approximately thesume WsiiRs
by both methods. "lfc flgurea-,ob.
talncd will be given W)t when, ho
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Anahola was the district visited
nn II. a ..11... ..I.. j . . ' . . '
-.. ... luuuwiug qay, ana nere they
uuc up 10 tne big Kanaha resonolr
which supplies the, Kealla lands, go
ing up on the Anahola side and com
ing uac Ron the Kealla side. Meas
urements weretaKeftljf,Hh Hlreums
In this section also.
Through this section thev fnifmi n
good bupply of game, and tho wild
rhlckens were bo abundant that one
of the native guides was able by
boinn dexterous uud rapid work, to
........ ...... nun rooKLj-riiy running! " """" ir 1111 (leinnnds which
.... ...i a inieiiet of fern ,, 11111110 upon (, w, 1IB lla ,t
holding him there. This prize was """ uo 1'ioperly udllxed, and ho
Tftal's thelflilial Payment
When yon buy furniture of ui on
the installment , plan, flO.OO paid
down and 110.00 per ' month will
furnish your home.
Quality here ii ai hi(ch at our
wrmi are eaiy and prices low. ,
-COYNE FURNITURE COMPANY
expects. to bo ablo to determine be
fore he gets through with this Ter
iltory tho approximate amount, of
water (which tuns to wnsto during
floods, which should bo conserved for
the boneflt ot tho dry lands, nnd
which piobnbly will be In the course
nf llmn i. '
enjoyed by tho party ut dinner thut
evening ntho Valley Houso.
Returning to l.lhue noxt moinlng,
Knudson went on to his home ut
Keknha, to come back In tlmo for
the steamer on Tuesday, and Mur
flu remained nt l.lhue to look oyor
the Wallua and Ilulela districts.
which he did 011 Monday, cettlnc nt 1
the same time somo ftno pictures of IIOHTWEIQHT COINS
the upper and lower Wulluu Falls. I PTVNTV nw nnncr.
They returned to Honolulu on the1 PLENTY ON COAST
Hall. , I
Mr Martin will ,irfi ii.. 8al1 Krnncl,,to Call. There nro nn
euner go on with the same work 011 ,ore. nceor.HiiT ,n ti, . ,..
ara ac3Bt,sij sjs sai-
ru uio njuroKrauaii-.rBurvoi-- ,,
Haul. about the.'iiiladliknUary.
in iije, menwiiue 'he. will '"somo
special work In theJvlclnUrif iio
holulu In connection Willi, the wn
tor supply for that city. ,
Ho Is veiy much Interested In'tho
eondltlons oh Kauai nnd over the
whole Terrltqy, In these linos, and
sujb he has been very forcibly re
minded, duilng his - investigations,
of the great difference In the condi
tions which exist heie and on the
One conclusion that ll0 has come
o as a result of his travels Is that
the water supply 0f these Islands Is
.."iiiiiiiiiii nir tut
ino coins lack from l to 12
worth of gob) each, removed fiom
tho edges by tilling or grinding. Uut
tho sweaters have beon unnblo to
testore, except Imperfectly, the rim
uud inllllg. ...
A comparison between good nnd
tampered coins makes tho detection
of the latter oasy. For this reason
clorks accepting lightweight money
must pay Uie loss.
Tho Birmingham Post sayt if the
unionists nro successful In the coming
elections a tariff bill will bo presented
In tho British parliament.
A fauner'H Men of Socialism la nil
arrangement to hnio cheap Hour and
dear wheat. Atchison aiobo
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