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EVENING BULLETIN,, HONOLULU. T. 1!.. THURSDAY. .DEC. 40, 1009.
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MAKING APPROPRIATIONS TOR' THE VARIOUS SERVICES OF THE
" CITY AND COUNTY OF HONOLULU.
1IE IT RESOLVED by the Hoard of Supervisor of the City nml County
of Honolulu, Territory of Hawaii, that the following sunn, amounting to
THREE HUNDRED FORTY-NINE THOUSAND ONE HUNDRED FIFTY
BIX. Dollar (J349.156.00), nre hereby appropriated to. be paid out of
'moneys In the Oeneral Fund of the Treasury of the City and County of
Honolulu, for salaries fixed by law and other salaries, wages of labor,
donations', maintenance of Jails, schools, and general expenses of the said
City and County for the period beginning with the first day of January,
A. D. 1910, and ending with the Thirtieth day of June, A. D. 1910, said
payment to be made In pro rata monthly subdivisions of said amount as
slated In the schedule thereof herein contained:
jS Per Month.
Salaries fixed byvlaw 3.005 00
Advertising, not pro rated
Associated Charities 100 00
Attorney, Deputies and Office Employes 660 00
Attorney, Expenses, Civil nml Criminal Cases,
not pro rated '
Attorney, Material & Supplies SO 00
Auditor, Odlce Employes 225 00
Auditor, Material & Supplies 75 00
liulldlng & Plumbing Inspector, Payroll 255 00
liulldlng & :p)uniblng'Inspector, Mnterlal &
Supplies '10 00
liulldlng & Plumbing Inspector, Keep of Horse 28 00
llurlal, Indigent Dead, not pro rated
City and County Physician, Payroll ;. 2S0 00
City and County Physician, Material Suppllen t 75 00
Clerk, Office Employes .' ' 455 00
Clerk, Materia! & Supplies 100 00
Collection & Disposition of darbage 1,400 00
Commission, Collecting Road Tax, not pro. rated
Coroner's Inquest, not pro rated
District Court, Employe ' 420 00
District Courts, Material & Supplies 50 00
District Magistrate, Second, not pro rated...
Donation, Hawaii Promotion Committee 250 00
Donation, Kaplolanl Park (To be cx.ponded'un-
der the direction ot the Board of Super
visors) '.. 700 00
Donation, Lea hi Honie 126 00
Engineering ft, Surveying Work, Payn.lt .... 4K0 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
License Collectors, Material & Supplies 25 00
Maintenance ot Fire Stations & Fire Apparatus,
,' J Payroll 3,095 00
Maintenance of Fire Stations & Fire Apparatus, : I
" Material & Supplies -700 00'
Maintenance ot Hawaiian Hand, Payroll .... 1,725 00
Maintenance of Hawaiian Hand, Material &
' " Supplies 75 00
Maintenance of Jails, Payroll 1,045 00
Maintenance of Parks, Payroll '470 00
Maintenance of Parks, Material & Supplies, not
pro rated , ,,
Maintenance of Police . & Fire Alarm 'System, '
Payroll '. . 200 00
Maintenance ot Police & Fire Alarm System, -
Material & Supplies ', 125 00
Maintenance of Police Force, Payroll 0,'JCO 00'
Maintenance of Police Force, Material ft Sup-
Pile l 1,100 00
Maintenance ot Pounds, Payroll 60 00
Maintenance ot Prisoners C85 00
Maintenance of Roads, Honolulu District.... 16,000 00
Maintenance of Ewa Road District 2,500 00
Maintenance ot Wnlanae Road District 400 00
Maintenance ot Waialua Road District ...... . 2,250 00
Maintenance of Koolauloa Road District.... 2,000 00
Maintenance of Koolaupoko Road Dlttrlct. ;.. . 2,000 00'
Maintenance of Wulmanalo Road District, not
pro rated ,
Maintenance of Schools, not pro rated
Maintenance ft Construction of Electric Light
8yatem, Payroll , 790 00
Maintenance ft Construction of Electric Light '
System, Material ft Supplies j.oig 00
' COO 00
. 6,900 00
AND RE IT FURTHER TtESOLVED, That the Auditor of the City and
County of Honolulu Is hereby authorised and directed to draw warrants on
the City arid County Treasurer for any of the sums named herein, dr parts
thereof, upon having filed with him schedules ot salaries fixed by law, and
other, salaries, ot donations named herein, ot payrolls and of accounts for
material and supplies, accompanied by original vouchers and certified by the
Clerk as having been duly passed and allowed by the Hoard of Supervisors
at any regular meeting, or aity special meeting, called for the purpose of
AND HE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, That to make expenditures under
,tl)ls Resolution, It shall be necessary that all salary lists, Items of donations,
payrolls, items of material and supplies and accounts of genera) expenses
shall, before being presented to the Board of Supervisors, be passed upon by
a Committee or Committees and by such be reported to the Board ot Super
visors with the recommendation of such Committee or Committees, and
suras found to be lawfully due 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
ters, or to make any recommendation In regard thereto, the Board may
thereupon act. 1 1 A
AND BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, That nn payments under this Reso
lution be. Incurred In any month In excess, of .the monthly, pro rata sums
herein authorized. v .,' ,,,,
introduced by Supervisor ' DANIEL LOO AN.
Honolulu, T. It., December 7, 1909, ' ' ,
Approved this 18th day of December, A. D.', 1909. '
' JOSEPH J. FERN.
10(8 Dec. 21, 22, 23, 24, 27, 28, 29, 30, 31; Jan. 3, 1910.
Honolulu, T. H.,
November 16, 1909.
Resolved, by the Board of Super-
mpn(hB .ending June 30, 1910, will
btf due fand payable
' 85 00
Mayor, Entertainment Fund, not pro rated. .. .
Meat Inspector, Payroll
Meat & Food Inspector,, outside districts....
Milk Inspector. Payroll ft Transportation....
Morgue Attendant, Payroll '....
Municipal Offices Rents ......
Itoad Signs, not pro rifted
Sanitary Inspectors, Payroll ;
Supervisors, Material ft Supplies, not pro rated
Treasurer, Office Employes
Treasurer, Material ft Supplies ...,..'......
Witness Fees, not pro rated ' v
Meat ft Food Inspectors . . .
BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED. That the following sums amounting to
TWENTY-ONE THOUSAND NINE HUNDRED ($21,900.00) DOLLARS are
hereby appropriated to be paid out of moneys In the Road Tax Sueclal Fund
Of the City and County of Honolulu, for the building and' maintenance of
roads and bridges in the. respective districts named herein, said payment
to be In pro rata monthly subdlvluluu of said amount as stilted In the
schedule thereof herein contained:
Honolulu District 2,000 00
Ewa ft Walunue District . .,, 1,000 00
Waialua District .' ..H K .'. .:'..'. .r.n an
ooluuloa District oun on
r.v.- 30J) 00
f 60 00
f 900 00
, 9)0 oq
' ' NOTICE
Payment. of Sewer Rates..
Tn nrrnrrlnnrA with Phonlflr ftl of
Vlsors'of the City and County of Ho; th HevUed l,,,, of 1905- ftU those
holding sewer r privileges or paying
sewer rates? 4fi hereby notified that
thd BewW-Mes.forlMhd six (0)
8 30, 1910, will
ii !th tittle of
on the. first day of January, 1910.
,"A'a'l1ure-to pay such rates within
fifteen (16) days thereafter will. sub
ject the holder. to 10 per cent addi
tional. MANUEL K. COOK,
' i Chief Clerk.
Approved:' i ,,
MARBTON CAMPBELL, '
Superintendent of Public Works.
Department ot Public wbfka,-' De
cember 20,;i909. , '.''
4497 -Dec.r23, 27, 30, ,31
nolulu, Territory of Hawaii, that the
sum of seven hundred dollars
($700.00) be and the same l hereby
impropriated, 'hut of the general, fund
for. the Installation of electric llgnts
at l'alolo.noad, Kalmukl and Alewa
neignts, District ot iionoiuiu.
Introduced by Supervisor . 4
?,. , . WM. A. KANE.
' JOSEPH 1. FERN,
HHsr-Doc.,21' 22,, 23, 24,. "27, 28, 29,
30, 31; Jan. 3, 1910.
r Honolulu, T. H..'
November 16, 1909.
Resolved, by the Board ot Super
visors ot the Clty'and County of Ho
nolulu, Territory of .Hawaii,' that the
sum ot four hundred and : ninety
dollars ($490.00) be and the .same
Is hereby appropriated from the gen
eral fund for the payment ot claim
known as "Water Sprinkler, Waia
lua Road District."
Presented by Supervisor
J. C. QUINN.
JOSEPH J. FERN,
JOts Dec 21, 22,' 23. 24. 27. 28. 29,
30, 31; Jan. 3, 1910.
Resolved by the Board of Super
visors ot the City and County ot Ho
nolulu that the sum ot eighteen hun
dred ($1,800.00)' dollars be and the
same Is hereby appropriated out of
(he general fund tor the construe;
Hon of a pile bridge at Waialua. M
Date ot Introduction, December,
Introduced by Supervisor . '
J.' C. ,QUIN"N.
The foregoing resolution '.was, at
Call or write for one
of our beautiful
They are free for the
asking, and will
give you an idea of
the many -different
uses to which Ar
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Advantages As Resort
Superior To All
Albert J. Arroll, assistant mnnn-
cer of Hotel Manx, one ot San Fran
cisco's newest and largest hotels, Is
In Honolulu for a month and stop
ping at the Young Hotel. Mr. Ar
roll will be remembered as the hus
band ot the late - Helen Hlgglnson
'Mnllary, the writer who has visited
tnlsMclty on several occasions, and
Who,.at'the,tIme, of her death In
1907, .was,' planning to spend the
winter' here in search of material
rof'd' new book, 'in talking with n
representative of the Bulletin
I Mr; 'AMI said:'
regular meeting ot the Board or "I ,was very agreeably surprised
Supervisors' ot. the City and County to find Honolulu In Its present flour
of Honolulu held on'Tuesday, Decern-. fishing condition, and even more eit
her 21, 1909, ordered pass to print Ihusiastlc about what I think can
nn the following vote of the said and .wlll.be accomplished here, and
Hoard: 1 1 venture to say that It will eventu-
Ayes: Ahla. Aylett, Cox, Kane, ,ulryhome-onc of the greatest ro
Logan, McClellan. Total: C. I sorts In'1 the world. It has every-
Noes: None. thing In Jfs favor, and through
.Absent and not voting: Qulnn. good, ner'slstent. clean-cut nollcv
Total!. 1. ought to attract neonle of meanB
D. KALAUOKALANI, JR.. 'from every quarter of the globe. Re
Clerk. City and County of Honolulu, sorters are very fickle, but do not
iuus uec. n, m, zv, ao, si. u like to experiment, so they dlvldu
their winters between Florida, 'Call-
', N0Ti(r .'.. rt. .'orn,a!, Mejltco; .Jamaica and tho
" '"" I dull' resorts".' nfeyWy',i:Ver eUe
Paykent of Water Rates, t itan wo o? "Wo "must go some-
niieia, m lime wnen tne Hawaiian
Islands bcconiij hotter known , to
these people, they will come here
all persons holding wator privileges 'nl return to tell their friends
hose paying water rntes are "'ut it, .who In turn will come also
nannenitnat tnefwdter rates ,""" "KU an enuiess ciuun win bring
for the six (C) months ending June niore and more each year,
30, 1910, will be due and payable on "Tle best advertisement a city, a
the first day of January, 1910. ntel or a resort can possibly get. Is
A failure to pay such water rates ,He visitor who goes away satisfied
within., fifteen (xs)' days thereafter "lttt 'e has gotten his money's
an, additional charge of 10 per cent worth and profited by tho trip. Ho
win be made, hub the desire to return again when-
AH privileges upon which rates even the opportunity nresents Itself.
remain unpaid on January 10, 1910, unl ho will tell his friends about It.
are subject to ummedlute shut-off" i nee .islands havo nn advantage
without further notice. over llfty per cent of the resorts of
Rates are payable at the office of 'lie world In. climate, location, and
the Honolulu Wuter Works, Capitol the''ccoininodatlons one tluds here,
Building. the line hotels, the good roads, the
J. M, LITTLE, ..ireasoiiublo cost of living und the
Superintendent of Honolulu Kenernl atmosphere, of rest und con-
. Water Works. tmitinent that thu tired business man
Honolulu, T. H December 20, often travels the world over to find.
1909. 4497 Dec. 23, 27) 30, 31jVTtie trouble with most resorts is that
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ARMORITE is prepared sped
ally to resist the salt air of this
climate and is the only paint
you should use. . ,
; H. Davies & Co,,
51,D00i"lWC'Xf'lrviae,,--'or '" Chapteiv.4S ot ll
-' 61ttfl,eeflsed Laws 6f ' Hawaii,, lAt)5. th'
tliey aro too close to the large cities,
and all havo a certain degree , of
sameness that gets on one's nerves.
The ocean voyage Bhould prove n
great feature. With the good work
being done by the Hawaii I'romo
tion Committee and tho boosters you
nre sending away on every steamer,
Honolulu ought to make Itsett felt
In "the near future.
"Large resorts wcro no't made In a
day. In nearly every case their
success has been brought about by
every citizen taking an Individual
interest in the work ot publicity and
exploiting his city, at every oppor
tunity. Nothing will kill a resort
quicker than petty Jealousies fend
factions, who stick n knife In every
worthy movement for tho good ot
Jamaica, In tho lower Atlantic, Is
a good Illustration ot what publicity
will do. It Is a Joke compared' to
beautiful Honolulu, and one can only
live there comfortably six or seven
weeks In tho year. A prominent ho
tel man who wanted to give the
Florida trade something n little out
of the ordinary, built a hotel there
and exploited it right and loft. Ho
was successful, and now there uro
eight hotels, and good ones, operat
ed every winter season from Novem-'
lcr to April, nml all doing a ca
pacity buslnoss. And so It Is with
Nassau, Bermuda and other Islands
of the group, all of which have fine
winter hotels. Many of the guests
who were wealthy and from tho
large cities of the mainland, saw op
portunities for Investment and pur
chased land; others stnrted what are
now large Industries. The Cuban
traffic today Is twenty times what It
has ever boen, and n 000 room ho
tel Is being built on the Isle of
"I don't know what the steam-
tnip companies ar,doln(i1 for Ho
nolulu, but they
them by allowing
main here twenty-,
eignt hours, thus
passengers a chnnce
to be seen.
"So majiy thlugB nre made possl
ble when the transportation com
panies help to boost a city, pr Is
lands, so favorably situated as
Lookout Inn, op .Lookout Moun
tain, Tennessee, a hotel which Mr.
Arroll mannged for several years,
was a losing proposition until both
the, rullioud .companies allowed
stopoveiB, having the pusBengerB go
if the mountain to have tholr tick
elB validated. This paved the way
to publicity, and that'B what is
needed here. A chance to show
what Is here If It's only for twenty-
'see what Is
four hours. Passengers will then
go away talking about It and tell
others. Now Is the psychological
moment to boost Honolulu, It the
varied reports of tourist agents
and railroad men all over the states
is nny criterion to K uy. lie ...- Yesterday afternoon at 1 o'clock tho
crease ot business to Europe Is duo I ot 0, tne ce Btatlon Wll8 rullo.
tn flirt fnnl Hint tn nl.l ttntnru nrn r". ..... . .
to tho fact that tho old timers aro
tired of going to the same old pine
cs' year after year In the UnltcdN
11. C. Larm,- .manager ot Hotel
Manx, San Francisco, so stated Mr.
Arroll, was' at one time a' resident
of Honolulu and considered one of
the best authorities on the resort
In the . country) In conjunction
with several other prominent hotel
men ho has formed n publicity com
mltt) to .ytttruct tourists to San
FrntlcUco. The same 'could be
done hero In Honolulu and produce
Mr. Arroll has had quite an in
teresting career,, and although pret
ty close' to tho forty mark does not
look within ten years of his age.
For almost tewenty years he. lias
been engaged In hotel nnd news
paper work' und has contributed
some very Interesting articles to dif
ferent periodicals. On the stuff of
the Hotel World, Chicago; The
WeBtorn Hotel Reporter, San Fran
cisco, and one time editor of tho Ho-
MAN CLAIMS HE
ly disturbed by a Hawaiian who
dashed through the door nnd rush
ing up to Deputy Sheriff Rosa
tlnlmcd his protection from four
men, who were supposed to bo go
ing to shoot 1)1 m up at his Kukaakn
The man was In a pliable stnto of
freight and. was soaked through
with perspiration. He toliV a wlerd
story of how he and his wife had
crouched behind a door nnd listened
to the plot to kill him.
In vivid Innguagc he told of four
men who crept Into his house nnd
of how thay nil pointed big revolv
ers at his head and threatened to till
him with lead. Deputy Sheriff Roso
listened to the xjrn and then iiskeil
the man If he would like a nlco
quiet loom "down below," whero ho
would be snre from all kinds of
guns. Tho Hawaiian eagerly grasp
ed at the opportunity to circumvent
his enemies und ho was conducted
to n cell.
Hnrdly was he locked tin beforo
tho telephone rang and n policeman
tel Oaiettc, Snn Francisco, he has . Wl,0 H llH,y at Kakaako Inquired
"....on o.miiu .tuuiitoi hiiiuibh uu ii iinytniug nnd been seen of u
urn cuiiBiriicwuii ana equipment euu
utty" man who wus missing from
tlrat district. The man was then
booked for Investigation nnd Dr.
Kmerson will examine him this aft
ernoon as to his sanity.
IN TURKISH BATH
of the largest houses, which havo
been copied extensively and proved
Instructive to hotel men. He hns a
very Interesting collection of rollcs
of hotel keeping, In the early days,
when hotels were not up to their
present standard of excellence. One
In particular Is a menu ot the Ilrow
Eter House, Freeport, 'ill., which Is
dated Oct. 30, 1864, tho last year of
the great civil war, when food
stuffs were very high, that -very
small portions were served nnd they
even found It necessary to nfflx to
the 'bottom of the mem! "All persons
ordering tea or coffeo ' for dinner
wlU'be charged extra." This menu,
among others, wns given to Mr. Ar
roll by his grand uncle, an ex-Confederate
colonel, whoihnd been n
prisoner In the barracks south of
On the other pages aro found let
ters from Alton, II. Parker, at one
time candidate for President of the
United States, und n letter from
11 111 II Ilnnf- frtflllUn OAn.ntm...
state. These with a number of rnro . . ? ,,H,I,.,.,U' Tll advertisement lor
photogrnphB of Prcslunt McKluley ;,', , ,gu,"B ",r "'e.laylrg of 20,0f,0
Mr. Arroll's commission as Cuptnln of ,t- ' , 1,llcI' ,,,' 33'S0 fef,t of fivo.
volunteers dnrliig'tho Spanlsh-Anierl- , ','' , '., fm "f '"r-!nch. ln.ouil
can War. and other things mako a very ,, ( "jrco-lnch nij.1 Jis.ooo foot of
inioresiiiig collection, '" ""wen jiipo.
ir, Arroll expcctB to return to San
1-rnnclsco, early In January. ,"or' '"lesrde at Bulletin.
HBNTON HARIIOR, Mich., Dec
Literally, cooked alive In a Turkish
baHi establishment nt South liend,'
Ind Leslie Holcomb, of this city. Is
still living but Is In a precarious
Entering a bnth In the Indiana
city, It appears, he was forgotten by
the attendant and remnlnod In tho
small steam-heated box-llke nitnlr
until he became unconscious. Ho
uld not regain consciousness for
many hours utter being taken out
of his boiling prison. Holcomb waB
lemovod to a hospital.
Tho Department of Public Works In
calling for bids for the laying f ,0
W"For, BdWoardt at
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