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EVKNINO BULLETIN, HONOLULU. T. 1I WEDNESDAY, JAN. 19, 1010
NEW YORK'S NEW BOARD OF ESTIMATE;
MOST POWERFUL OF ALL MUNI.. IPALBODIES
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Here nro tlm 'photograph of Hid inenibtrs of New Yort City's new board of estimate, which was In
ducted Into office on Jnu, I. Tlict'o eight men constitute the most iowcrful municipal1 body In the world.for
during tlio four )ears they nro In tilllcu thoy lll direct the expenditure of fully n blljlon dollars, llesldes
tho enormous reienun which tliey will expend, the) will let nil the clt)' contracts nnd.will control tho grant
ing of all municipal frairhlscs. a p'rorosatUe formerly tnjojed by tho hoard of aldermen.' Tho board conkUls
of the major, comptroller, president1 of the board of aldermen and tho presidents of five' boroughs. Tho may
or, comptroller and president of the. board of aldermen each has thrco votes, the "Jireildcnts of the boroughs
of Mnnhujtan and llrookljn two each and the other boroush presidents one eaclf. Thd vote of tho.new board
Bland's politically as foll6ws: ruilnn, 12; Democratic, 3: Independent, 1. The 'board lli bo composed of Wil
liam J, (ia)nor, mayor (Democratic); William A. PremlerRast, coniptr6ller(Kulou); John Purroy Mitchell, pros
Ident of aldermen (Fusion); OeorRO McAneny, president Manhattan (Fusion) ; Alfred K. StcerB, president
Ilrooklyn (Hislon): Cyrus C. Miller president llrnnx (Fusion); Itwrenco Orcsser, prjosldont Queens (independ
ent), and ficorse Cromwell, president Illdimonil (Puslon). Thus it will lie seen thnt the largest city In Amer
ica btands n fnlr chance of e njoying four )cars of nonpartisan KmcrnnienU .
great American authority on tropical medicine,,
has the following to say in his new book,
"Personal Hygiene In Tropical, and' Semi
Tropical Countries," regarding the use ,of
half ounces, or an
Just what we have been preacmnall along, and
we are not surprised to see our views coifirmed
by such an eminent authority as Dr. Brewer.
William Breyer? the
"The use and abuse of alcohol in the tropics has been discussed with
a jrreat deal of feelinp. The total abstainers and many others maintain
that it is a deadly poison in the tropics, while others argue that it is
on absolute necessity.
"The truth lies between these extremes. 7""
"There is no doubt that a little alcohol in the shape of a light
wine taken with meals is beneficial to those who suffer from loss of ap
petite or inability to digest food. Park put the daily amount of alcohol
that may ba consumed by a healthy man at from one to one and one-
equivalent of two ounces ,of brandy,
sherry, ten ounces of lighter wines, and twcnty.ouncei
should take smaller quantities." v:v?&!4
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S FORT DE RUSSY ITEMS s
. A large amount of quartermastiV
property has been assembled at the
storehouse of Uie post quartermas
ter and commissary to ho ncle'd upon
My the Inspecton-gcnernl upon his
arrhnl at this post. A number of
the animals of the post corral will
n'lso be placed before him, as well as
n large amount ot ordnance prop
erty. s. o. e.
Pursuant to telegraphic authority,
Headqunrters Department of Califor
nia, the following-named enlisted
men of Company 0, 2nd Ilattallon
of engineers, will proceed without
delay to ujntl from the places on the
Island or Onhu, II. T set after their
espectlvo names, on duty In con
nection with n military survey: Cor-
jioral William Tcrrlen, from Wnlplo
to l.ellchua; Sergeant W. J. Foster,
from Lcllehua to Walpto; Private
John Farley, from I.ellelnia to Wal
mnnalo, via Honolulu; Prlvata Lu
ther C. Miller, from Wnlmnnnlo to
Lcilehtta, via Honolulu; Corporal W.
J. McDougall, from Fort l)e Hussy
to Walplo, and Corporal John Kelly,
from Lellehua to Fort De Hussy. Tho
quartermaster department will fur-
iilsh ttho necessary l-ransportatlon.
The journey directed Is necessary for
tho military sen Ice.
A number of additions and im
provements are being made at the
post bakery at this post, under the
direction of Corporal Kdward
O'Neill. The material was deliv
ered )esterday for this work, and
the construction begun today. As
this bakery supplies the entlro post,
hospital and families, the present
Impoveraents will greatly aid those
To Duty. '
Privato Vogoluack, who has been
In tho post hospital for some time
past, was today returned to his com
pany for duty, having recovered
from an attack of fever. Private
Vogelbaok will be sent to his de
tachment near Walmannlo within a
few da) a, v Private Moiuer of Com
pany 0 was sent to the post hospl
tul yesterday, as was albo Private
Clemmons, lloth ot these men are
from the homo camp.
A challenge was received ) ester
day from 'a local school to a series
ot handball games to be plnjed In
Honolulu nhd nt this post. While
a number of the best players are at
present out with the survey detach
ments, arrangements nre being made
to accept the offer and use the men
now at this post to make up the
teams. The matter will be taken
up this week and the details and
dates urrauged. The arrangements
NO PUBLIC DUMP
Tho clt) emplo)ees who have to dc
with looking after the maintenance of
ThomaB Square, arc charged with hav
Ing utilized some of the domain be
longing to Mrs. Victoria Ward, th
owner of the estate known ns "Old
Plantation," on King street, as n pub
lie dumping giound. Mrs. Ward lint
lifted up the volco of protest and hei
communication has reached Majoi
Fern. It is claimed that somo time
ngn a strip SO feet In width was ceded
from the ostato for tho purposes of i
street. The land has novcr been Im
proved nor has tho city over attempt
ed to carry out tho original Intentlor
of making it a street. The refuse
dumped from Thomas Square is burner
nightly creating noxious odors and
tho action Is declared a nuisance.
CITY L03E8 MONEY
ON GARBAGE DEPARTMENT
Tho city garbago department Is not
exactly a paing financial Institution
as a report which lias been submitted
by llouil Supervisor Wilson for the
pabt three months shows a deficit o
Tl.o receipts for garbage collected
amounted to S3,G40 55, while It cost the
City and County government the mm
of $2,920.71 to perform the work dur
ing tho three months.
The voice of thankfulness and praise.
has been lifted up from Kallhl owlm
to tho prompt action taken by 'the Clt)
and County Supervisors in providing
four electric lights on a road leading
to Kallhl camp.
Secretary Maholona of tho Kal'lh'l Im
prnement Club has forwarded a let
ter to Mayor Fern und menillors of the
noun! thanking them for the speed)
compllutice with their request for ad
ditional lights. ' '
A letter of commendation being a
most .unusual 'document In .supervis
orial circles, tho Kallhl communication
will undoubtedly bo suitably framed
MACHADO In Honolulu, Wednesday,
.Ian. IP, 1910, Manuel II. Machado
ngeil Gl years.
ARE YOU LOSINQ FLESH
UiiPii-jIi n rocking cough that )ou can
not beem to check? A bottle of Al
len's I.ung Dalsam will cure tho trou
ble and help you back to hoaltli.
will be In charge of 1st Sergeant Ar
thur Spencer. '
The wagon traln'fron! Hie camps
at Wnlmanalo and l,fHrl'l'tJlty" 'ar
rived nt this post 'my? b'Vlh'g'iriB
with them recor'a's''ror"the, 'draYtirig
room here and ''tfuKibe'r' oYWlicles1
for tho action of"rl1HspeMbr."K)ther,
trains left this post jenterday for
the above-mentioned camps, taking
supplies for the survey and commis
saries. Sergeant Charles Foard, In
charge of the Wnlmanalo detach
ment, arrived at'thls post yesterday
and will make arrangements, while
here, for engineer supplies required
nt his camp. Private Monnhan, ot
the Walplo detachment, came to this
camp today In order to obtain more
animals for thnt detachment. He
will return with thnt stock to
ine nrst or the quarterly supplies
to be Bent from tho States will ar
rive on the nineteenth of this month
and will be delivered to the quar
termaster of this post. Most of these
articles are for the further equip
ment of the survey detachments In
the field, but there are also Invoiced
many articles -for the better equip
ment of Fort De Hussy. There nre
a number of articles to be purchased
In local market, and those are now
Since the gardens atthls post
were first begun, the various organ
izations have been greatly Improv
ing the grounds which surround
their respective qunrters and build
ings. The houses of the non-com-missioned
otllcers nro now receiving
their share of care and innuy beau
tiful gardens nre the result. Tho
post bakery has aluy been surround
ed with gardens, -and the pavilion
greatly Improved. Now gardens nre
now being planted at the post hos
pital, and the roads leading to the
quartermaster corral and forage
building have been completely ' re
built. Certain of the houses of the
non-commissioned officers nre to he
moved to aid In the general plan ot
beautifying thu poBt.
Company a has received ia now
equipment for the mounted section
of that company. The equipment is
complete In every way, and provides
for thirty mounted men. This is all
ordnance property and for the use
of that company alone. This will
allow Company O to again have a
mounted detachment for use in the
survey work and for drilling pur
poses. The horses will be supplied
from the stock ot the quartermaster
while at this post.
ON ROADS AND RUBBISH
A scoro or more petitioners who al
lege that they are residents and "tax
pa) ers" of Walhco and Kaalaea In tho
district of Koolaupoko, havo com
plained over what is termed the fright
ful condition of the rpadwny leading to
tho Kaalaea store. Tljey Btato that
tho highway lias become overgrown
with weeds, lantana, guavns and other
horticultural species while the bridges
iro In much need of ropalr and ono
itmctiire hna been can led away by a
recent freshet. It In declared that It
Is almost Imiiosslblo to tiavel tho road.
Tho road committee will investigate
IN STREET NAMES
The Portuguese portion of the com
munity wnnt further representation In
tho nomenclature of Honolulu streets
and thoroughfares. A petition haB
been received at tho city hall asking
that the road leading from Pauoa road
to Fort street be renamed "Funchal
street," nsn compliment to one of tho
Importunt ports In the Azores.
Mtrston Campbell has notldcd tho
Supervisors that he has acceded to
tho request and that the new name has
CITY PHY8ICIAN SAVED MONEY.
Dy close figuring and tho exercise of
economy City and County Physician
Druco, Mackall camo out with his six
months' report showing a balance of
3tf9 50 unexpended of his hospital ap
propriation. Dr, Mackall had many
matters under his supervision during.'
sonal InBpectlons'Bf ail sanUaVy map
ters such as fooMsV'ete.j'h Bforferh'iW
ervlslon of all InsrSb'cWrs, '(.Mvol'nment
work nt Queen's 'llSsjf.ltall'Iatbnilty
Home, City nntl County 'Jail ari'd Gov
ernment Dispensary, Dr. Mackall
treated 4277 cases and filled 2381 pro-
RAPID TRAN8IT EXTEND8 LINE,
ino Honolulu Hapld Trnnslt am
Laud Company has announced thnt It
inicniiB to lay a spur track along Ala
iiiuuiiH ironi wavy dock No. 2 to Bomo
uistunco towards Walklkl.
Tl.o street railway comimnv has ns.
siircd tho city officials that the track1
win im laid In accordance with tho ord
Innrces and that they will pavo thu
sheet between tho tails.
A lady who Is Invariably exceedingly
dlsngrceable is in conscqucnco held to
bo exceedingly good.
must keep In the prime of health. Uach
mother ones this not only to herself,
but mora to tho child whose present
and future strength, and development
depend upon Its mother'n condition
during the nursing period. A pure,
gentle and Invlgorntlng stimulant and
tonic Is necessary to Insure perfect
health to the mother, and there Is none
so good as
Duffy's Pure Malt Whiskey
It Is a medlcino,
and used as such
It aids digestion
stimulates and en
riches the blood,
brain, builds up
tho nerve tissues.
and tones ni the entire system. Tnk
en In milk three or four tlpies a day
It produces excellent reunite. It keeps
the old )oung, makes the young Btrong.
Ho sure you get the gonulne; substi
tutes and Imitations are Injurious.
Duffy Malt Whiskey Co., Rochester,
N, Y., U. a. A.
It Is No Gamble
Because we know yon
are going to get satis
faction. Clothes we
make for you have
class and fit perfectly.
Qet your clothes made
to your measure by us
at ready to wear
A new line of suit
ings just received from
the East. '
Geo. A. Martin,
Hotel St., 0pp. Union.
Kentucky's most fa
mous and best; the
World's most famous
and best; the whiskey
that has girdled the
Qlobe, Sold bv
W. C. PeacocK
& Co., Ltd.,
A Good Investment
The Templor Ranch Oil Co. with
COO acres oil land, flowing oil wells
and all Us reservoirs filled with
high-grade oil In tho Templor dis
trict, Kern Co., Cat , will soon com
plete Us three-mile gravity delivery
This Oil Company Is at present
like a plantation with tons and tons
ot sugar on hand, ready to be shipped
on the Incoming steamer.
An able management, almost a
square mile ot provon oil land, cheap
transportation of oil, high prices
with Bteadlly Increasing demand for
ell, will make this company an early
dividend payer, and for that reason
tho stock of this Templor Ranch Oil
Co, Is recommended as a fJOOD IN
VESTMENT by the Lincoln Mori
gage & Loan Co. of San Fianclsco.
Capitalization Is $1,000,000, di
vided Into shares ot $1.00 each. 1
havn a Binall block of them for sale
at 30c while thoy last. Securo them
' P. K. R. STRAUCH,
74 S. King St.
IN Till: CIRCUIT COURT OF THU
First Judicial Circuit. Territory of
Hawaii. At Chambers. In Probate.
In (ho matter of tho ltnte of Pierre
Marie Lucas, deceased. Notice to
Creditors. Notice Is hereby given
that the Inst will niul testnment of
Pierre Marie Lucas, late of the city
of llerkeloy, State of California, de
ceased, has been admitted to pro
bate by the n!joe court and letters
testamentnry granted to the under
signed, Emma Tosephlno Lucas, the
executrix named In the Bald will.
All creditors of the deceased or of
his estate are hereby notified to pro
sent their claims, duly authenticat
ed, and with the proper vouchers, It
tny exist, eon though the sild
claims may be secured by morlgago
upon real estnle, to Holmes, Stnnley
& Olson, attornos for Bald Kmma
Josephine Lucas, executrix, nt their
office nt No. 8C3 'Kaahumanu street.
Honolulu, within six (C) months
from the date hereof (which is tho
date of the flrstpubllcatlon of thTs
notice); otherwise such claims, il
any, shall be forever barred.
And nil persons Indebted to the
said estate are hereby notified to
mako pa)inent to tlm said Holmes,
Stanley & OUon nt tho nbovo ad
Dated nt Honolulu. T. JI.. lWnin.
bcr 22, 1909.
t'MMA JOSEPHINE LUCAS,
4498 Dec. 22, 29, Jnn. 6, 12, 19
Notice Ir hereby clvcn thnt Mr.
W. I'. Wilson, iwhoso oOlco is In the
building on Fort sheet lately occu
pied by this company, Is authorized
to recclo all bills payable to this
company, und thnt. ho Is tho only
person holding such authority In
addition to the duly appointed ticns-
urcr or tho company.
WM. O. IRWIN & CO., LTD.
Hy Its Second Vice President,
W. M. a I WARD.
Honolulu, Janunry 3d, 1910.
A stockholders' meeting of Wil
der & Co. Ltd., will be held on
Thursday. January 20, low, at 9:3U
n. m., 408 Judd building. Tlonolulu.
It. W. CATHCART,
M. E. GROSSMAN.
has returned and resumed practise
at his office on Alakea street.
Pure Prepared Paint has
been proved by yean of use
in Honolulu. No other paint
can equal it in wearing qual
ity, lustre and beauty.
Don't experiment with im
possible innovations, but use
the paint that has been
"proved by test."
Lewers & Cooke,
122 S. King Street
for Groceries. Phone 76,
CHOICE CUT FLOWERS
Young Bldg. Tel. 339.
Yee Chan & Co.,
Cor. King and Bethel Sts.
Consulting, Designing and Con
Bridges, Buildings, Concrete Struc
tures, Steel Structures, Sanitary Sys
tems, Reports and Estimates on Pro
jects. Phone 145.
IN. PDILLIPS & CO. i
Wholesale Importers and Jobbers.
AMERICAN DRY GOODS
FORT and QUEEN STS.
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