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EVENING DULLETIN, HONOLULU. T, II.. TJIUR80AY. I)i:C. 30, 1909.
Are the AKT GOODS shown in the
ARTS AND CRAFT& SHOP, '
On Fort street below Kin.
" ' "I , 'they an exclusive ln"raoiti,tofU6 el.
i MAKING APPROPRIATIOMS FOR THE VARIOUS SERVICES OF THE
- CITY AND COUNTY OF HONOLULU.
n IT RESOLVED by the Hoard of Supervisors of the City and County
of Honolulu, Territory of Hawaii, that the following Bums, amounting to
'THREE HUNDRED FORTY-NINE THOUSAND ONE HUNDRED F1FTY
HIX Dollars ($349,150.00), are hereby appropriated to be paid out of
moneys lu the Ueneral Fund of U19 Treasury of the City and County of
llonolulu 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 pctjod 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
touted In the schedule (hereof herein contained:
. Per Month.
Salaries fixed bj law 3,006 00
Advertising, not pro, rated . ......
Associated Charities v
Attorney, Deputies and Otflce Employes
Attorney, Expenses, Civil and Criminal Cases,
not pro rated
Attorney, Material & Supplies
Auditor, Office Employes
Auditor, Material ft Supplies
' llulldlnu & Plumbing Inspector, ' Pa) roll
llulldlng & Plumbing Inspector, 'Material &
Supplies . . i ,
llulldlng & Plumbing Inspector, Keep of Horse
llurlal, ludlgent Dead, not pro rated
City and County Physician, Payroll
City and County Physician, Material & Supplied
Clerk, Office Employes
Plarlr ILtnf.ptnt P. CI.. n..l Ia.
wici n, ......v. iui ab auffi.ro ........
Collection & Disposition of Garbage 1,400 00
Commission, Collecting Road Tux, not pro rated
Coroner's Inquest, not pro rated .'
District Court, Employes 420 00
District Courts, Material & Supplies CO 00
District Magistrate, Second, not pro rated...
Donation, Hawaii Promotion Committee 250 00
Donation, Kaplolanl Park (To be expended un
der tbe .dlrectlpn of the Hoard of Super
visors) , 700 00
Donation, L'eahl Home .'. 125 00
Engineering 4 Surveying Work. ,Puyroll .... 480 00
Engineering & Bufvejing Work, Material &
Supplies 100 00
Fish Inspector, Payroll 170 00
Hospital Expenses 1, 1C0 00
Janitors, Payroll . , 400 00
License Collectors, Payroll 2C0 00
License Collectors, Material & Supplies 25 00
Maintenance of Fire Stations & Fire Apparatus, 'r
Payroll 3,095 00
Maintenance of Fire Stations & Fire Apparatus.
4, Material Supplies 700 00
Maintenance of Hawaiian Hand, Payroll .... 1.72C 00
Maintenance of Hawaiian Hand, Muterlal &
V Supplies "75 00
Maintenance of Jails, Payroll 1,046 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 of Police & Firo Alarm System,
Material & Supplies 125 00
Maintenance of Police Force, Payroll 6,960 00
Maintenance of Police Force, Material ft Sup-
P,c ' 1,100 00
Maintenance of Pounds, Payroll 00 00
Maintenance of Prisoners G85 00
Maintenance of Roads, Honolulu District.... 16,000 00
Maintenance of EwaJload 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 of Koolaupoko Road DUtrlct.... 2,000 00
Maintenance of WalmanalqRoad. plstrlct, not
pro rated . . . ""y , . . ,T. . . ,
Maintenance of Schools, not pro rated
Maintenance ft Construction of Electric Light
Maintenance ft Construction Electric Light
tjiciii, uiuionui tc auppiies 1,018 00
f 18,030 00
AND HE IT FURTHER RK&LVED, Thstthe Auditor of the City and
County of Honolulu Is hereby authorised and directed to-draw warrants on
the City and County Treasurer for any of the sums named herein, or parts
thereof, upon having filed with him schedules of salorles fixed by law, and
other salaries, of donations named herein, of payrolls and of accounts tor
material nnd supplies, accompanied by original vouchers and certified by the
Clerk as having been duly passed nnd allowed by the Hoard of Supervisors
at an' regular meeting, or aHy special meeting called for the 'purpose of
AND Ufi.1T FURTHER RESOLVED, That to make expenditures under
this Resolution. It shall be necessary that all salary lists, Items of donations.
payrolls, Items of material and supplies and accounts of general expenses
shall, before being presented to the Hoard of Supervisors, be passed upon by
a" Committee or Committees and by such be reported to the Hoard of Super
visors with the recommendation of such Committee or Committees, and
sums found to be lawfully due and pa J able may then be voted upon singly
or collectively as convenient on a call of 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, thf Board may
thereupon act. . t
AND HIS IT FURTHER RESOLVED, That no payments undor this Reso
lution be Incurred In any month In excess of the monthly pro rata sums
herein authorized, III ?,
Introduced by Supervisor DANIEL LC-QAN.
Honolulu, T. II., December 7, 1909. "
Approved this 18th day of December, A. D 1909.
JOSEPH J. FERN, ' w
t Mayor. r f
lOts Dec. 21. 22. 23, 24, 27, 28, 29, 30, 31; Jan. 3, 1910.
" 160 00
Honolulu, T. H., a
November 16. 1909.
Resolved, by the Hoard of Super
Wiors'ot the City and County of Ho
nolulu, Territory of Hawaii, mat tne
sum of seven hundred dollars
(1700.00) be and the same Is hereby
appropriated out of the general fund
for the Installation of electric lights
at,Palolo Road, Kalmukl and Alewa
Heights, District of Honolulu.
"Introduced "by Supervisor
-. ' X i , WM. A. KANE.
JOSEPH J. FERN,
, j, , Mayor.
lOtSriJlec'. 21, 22, 23, 24, 27, 2"8, 29,
' 30, 31; Jan. 3, 1910.
. 1 -
Honolulu, T. H., "
November 16, 1909.
Resolved, by the Boatd of Super
visors of the City and County of Ho
nolulu, Territory of Hawaii, that the
sum of four hundred and ninety
dollars ($490.00) be and the same
Is hereby appropriated from the gen
eral fund for the payment of claim
known as "Water Sprinkler, Wala
lua Road District."
Presented by Supervisor
J. C. QUINN.
I JOSEPH J. FERN.
lOts Dec. 21, 22, 23, 24, 27, 28, 29,
30, 31; Jan. 3, 1910.
' Payment of Sewer Rates.
In accordance with Chapter 84 of
the "Revised Laws of 1905, all those
holding sewer privileges or paying
tewer. rates are hereby notified that
(KiUsewefVates for - the six (6)
months ending June 30. 1910. will
be duelaqd payable at tbe office of
the Superintendent of Public Works
on the hrst., day of January, 1910.
A failure to pay such rates within
fifteen (15), days thereafter will sub
ject 'the holder to 10 per cent addi
tional.' , MANUEL K. COOK,' .
MARSJON CAMPBELL, j
Superintendent of PubllcWorks.
'Department of Public Works' De
cember 20, 1909. -.
4497 Dec. 23, 27, 30, 31
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
morite Paint may
It 610 00
Mayor, Entertainment Fund, not pro rated.
Meat Inspector, Payroll , ,
JJeat & Food Inspector, outside districts.
Milk Inspector, Payroll ft Transportation.
Morgue Attendant, Payroll ..., , ,
Municipal Offices Renta . . . ,,
Road Signs, not pro ratcii'
Sanitary Jnspectors, Payroll 4 , 170 00
Supervisors, Material ft Supplies, not pro rated
Treasurer, Office Employes 150' 00
Treasurer, Material ft Supplle 25 00
Witness Fees, not pro rated . . . ,
Meat Jk Food Inspectors " 170 nn
BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED.' That the following sums amounting-" to
TWBNTY-ONE THOUSAND NINE HUNDRED ($21,900.00) DOLLARB'are
hereby appropriated to be paid out of moneys In tbe Road Toac Special Fund
of the City and County of Honolulu, for the building and -maintenance of
. . -.m u..UBrB .., .,.e respective districts named hereto, salil payment
to be n pro lata monthly subdivision of suld amount as stated In the
schedule theieofheieln contained:
Resolved by the Hoard of Super
visors of the City and County of Ho
nolulu that the sum of eighteen hun
dred ($1,800.00) dollars be and the
same Is hereby appropriated out of
(be general fund for the construc
tion of a pile bridge at Walalua.
Date of Introduction, December
Introduced by Supervisor
J. C. QUINN.
The foregoing resolution was, at
a regular., meeting 'of the Board of
Supervisors of the City and County
of Honolulu' held on Tuesday, Decem
ber 21, 1909, ordered pass to print
on tbe following vote of the said
, Ayes: Ahla, Aylett, Cox, Kane,
Logan, McClellan, Total: 6.
Absent and not voting; Qulnn.
Sealed tenders will be received bj
the superlptendent of public works
until 12 jn. of Saturday, January 29,
1910, for,,(ayng the 6-lnch, 5-Inch,
4-lnch.-3-Inch ond 1-lnch galvnn
Ited pipe for the Kula pipe line,
Plans, specifications and nronosal
blanks are ,90 file In the office or
the Department of Public Works,
and may also be had on application
from Mr F. E. Hnrvev. Cnmn niln.
The Superintendent of Public
Works reserves the right to reicct
any or nil bids.
. MAR8T0N CAMPBELL.
Honolulu. December 29. 1909.
4,504 JDcc. 30, 31, Jan'. 1, 3. 4, C. 6,
1. 8, 10.
ARMORITE is prepared speci
ally to resist the salt air of this
climate and is jthe only paint
you should use.
Theo. H. Bavies & Co.,
vlnclng, dealing with the largo amount .the Hawaiian
IU... !.. 1 1 s I. 1... lt '
ut iiijuur uiui imu uvvn urium vy iui
?ft BrouRht Out at Inquest Show
1 ' Thai Haau UT-- tl
f i ".?V" " xrune rector
in Death of Kaihue Larsen
Struck in Self Defense.
William I.amen must certninw nnt
heaved a Blgh of relief last night when
the coroner" Jury bronchi In a vor.lii
on the death of John Kalhuo. which
cleared him from bolng tho cain.'S o
P. KALAUOKALANI. 'JR.. '""' l"T ,,er"-
Cerk. City and County of Honolulu. , ,y "8,cno ,0 n"ny torlo
4602 Dec. 27. 28. 29. 30. 31. I containing many facts bearing on flic
r-HBU ami AinaAj .. .
I- .... icuuacg a erai. 10 tno of
feet that Kalhue's death was cause.)
from cerebral hemorrhage and Trac
sw " . tt ' 1Uro of ,be 8ku"' ,no rosl't of a fall
" 1 ! us wrtva.
DEATH NOT ON
; URSEN'S HEAD
hue previous to the scrap,
., Larson's story was In accord with
that told by other witnesses. TIiIb
had great weight In his favor, as he
figd not heard tbe stories of the wit
nesses ahead of him as he had been
excluded from the room,
ITho testimony of Miller, to tho ef
fect that Larsen was drunk, was de
nied by etory other witness. Larsen
admitted that he had taken a couplo
pf drinks but ws In no wise under
tho Influence of liquor.
-Larson leaves on tho Claudlno this
(iftcrnoon to take a position with the
Pioneer Mill Co. '
BAKER TALKS ON
: UUIIUUli UULUI1U11
It Is not often that John Baker
jllscusses public questions, but when
he does lie generally sas something
lo'the point. Last week he took up
the school accommodations for
; ,'lf we have not enough schools1,
children should ccr- on flclulnc till we cet what wo
tnlnly not be excluded In their own want. It Is no use getting under u
country. Let us encouinge educa
Hon In athletics, teach the Japanese
children that It Is a fine thing to
play and get strong bo that they
will make' good plantation laboreis.
They havo their schools fof thcli ed
ucation while there Is not room for
our Hawaiian 'children If all the
Japanese are taught. Instead we
send tho police after the Japanese
nnd make them go to school.
"A large sum of money was spent
here In building n high school, ct
the first pupil who came out of It
with his education finished wns a
"The Herald keeps saying 'Help
Illlo Grow,' and that Is right. Wo
want Illlo to grow, and by asking
this wo want the owners of the big
pieces or land back or Illlo to cut It
up and let the peoplo build homes
on It und mako a great city here.
Hut the ownors won't. They have
the land und keep It. There Is only
0110 thing of which they are afraid,
nnd that Is taxation. We should tax
them more, tax their Innd so high
that they will be glad to give It up,
Mid then the people can get It.
"When we lime a grlevanco wo
must get together and fight, keep
blanket and growling. Throw .iwny
the blanket and get up nnd light.1'
Hawaii Herald, Dec. 30.
SPINSTERS FIGHT DUEL
WITH. LONG HAT PINS
Newark, N. J., Dec. 19. Two aged
spinster sisters, Frances and Isnlii'l
Ritchie, were found dcjil today In
their homo. They had Ihed alone for
Krances was found llng on tin
floor, while the body of tho Bister
dangled from n clothes jlne 11111U0 fast
nhoc the door. A small box was
found on thu cover of which had been
"Frances hung herself at 2V4 Sat.
Underneath hor clothing and stick
ing In tho breast of Frances was 11
hatpin, ,uiirlul up to Its head. Tho
pin had been driven close to the licit t.
Similar wounds, but of not such a seri
ous nature, were found In the other
body, which leuds to the belief tint
the rlstcrs may havo fought.
185 ealtarlal rooms 250 busi
ness offlcs. Thsss are th telephoi
Himhora DlllUtln nffta
900"orfi,ei0' W.VJ l'" duo d, payable ou.
I'er Month. Blx Months.
...t 2.000 On I llinnn nn
nwa.4 Walanae Dlstrkt 1.000 on A
.Walalua .District 4B0 00 Wl s'tn. nn
Itoolauloa District 200 oa ,
.causqd by a blow,struck by said Tm
I nrrnn T- ! J . .
A. provided .for ln'ChapUr ftof 'Kalliue w.i al.empom"d said
the lloviseiJr.nwH nf Haw. II 1111115. w, f . ' . ' "nB ..B"LKd snl,,
m 1.020 OolEereby notified that the waterVates It seems, from tho evidence than
tor wie six to monms ending Uune malu was invltod to thn -irt--..V.
hoiiso. and that when he arrived there
Kalhuo pltchod Into him from no ap
parent ronson. Kamalu ran out of tho
ioiiki. Into tho strict, followed by TVa.
It Was lit tlllu llmo t .... 1-1
ah .,rivii.. ...u..t ..,.... . V -" iiiionoreo
"'. ;"" "'"" """:" rul" """ wu m turn attacked by Kaiiiue
remain unpaid on January 10, 1910. In self-defense Larson struck Ka no
are subject to Ummedlate snut-olf knocklnir him .!,., ,' ;:.-alL1."
without further notice. Iiuk evident Ktr,,' 1.1. .""... nl
Rates are payuble at the office of sidewalk curJiUie Infllctln- an h.i,,
the Honolulu Water Works, fj.pl.al thufl'as .par.lalll, the "c ',''
thfrAmy of William Monroe ,rmb
""" ua 'u wemiii Willi I .1, I,,,,.
the first day of January, f910.'
A failure to pay such water rates
within fifteen (1C) days thereafter
an additional charge of 10 per cent
will be made.
J. M. LITTLL'. '
Buperfnteudent of Honolulu
Honolulu, T. H.. December 20.
iiml the resultant enllct itmn .ii.i-
other, pnrCof the testimony gUen. Ills
IF YOU ONCE TRY AN
YOU WILL USE NO OTHER
AW8C0-thc modern film at
Smith & Co.'
1909. 4497 Dec. 23, 27. 30. 31
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