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THE HAWAIIAN STAR, SATURDAY, JULY 8, 1911.
SEVEN
VACATIONS paid for by draw
ing ahead on your pay aro
not satisfactory.
IT PAYS to provldo for such
things In a regular plan for
saving.
A Savings
Account
which you can open with ono
dollar or nioro and to which you
mako regular additions will
provldo ready cash for vaca
tions. Capital and surplus $1,000,000
Judd Building, Port and Mer
chant Sts.
K8TABLIBHHD IN 18J0.
BANK EES
Commercial and Tr&Tellers'
Lattors of Credit issued on th
Bunk of California and The Lon
don Joint Btock Bank. Llmittd,
London.
Correspondents for the Amer
icas Hxpresa Company, and
Tnca. Cook & Bon.
Interut allowed on term ana
ukTlBin Bank Dapoolta.
Issue K. N. & K.
Letters o f Credit
and Traveler's
I Checks available
throughout the
; world, jfi & Cable
j transfers at lowest
rates & & & ct &
LIMITED.
HEAD OFFICE, YOKOHAMA.
Capital (Paid Up) Yen 24.000,000
IcBorvo Fund Yen 16,600,000
General banking business transact
cd. Savings account for $1 and up
wards.
Fire and burglar proor vaults, with
Bate Deposit Boxes for rent at $2 per
year and upwards.
Trunks and cases to be kept on cus
tody at moderate rates.
Particulars to be appllea for.
YU AKA1, Manager.
Honolulu Office, Bethel and Mer
chant Sts. Tel. Z421 and 1594. P. O,
Box 168.
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PUBLISHING AND
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taking a policy of life
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company ask to see the
CONTRACT
IN THS -
New England Mutual
Life Insurance Com
pany Of Boston, Mass.
and compare the many
advantages it offers
with those of other
companies
Cait fi U;, Hi
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Bank of
Honolulu
B
BY AUTHORITY
RESOLUTION No. 525.
Resolution Making Appropriations for the Various Services of the City and
County of Honolulu.
Be It Resolved, By the Board of Supervisors of tho City and County of
Honolulu, Territory of Hawaii, that tho following sums, amounting to THREE
HUNDRED AND THIRTY-NINE THOUSAND AND SIXTY DOLLARS ($339.
OCO.O0), aro hereby appropriated to be paid out of all moneys In the General
Fund of tho Treasury of tho City and County of Honolulu for salaries fixed by
law and other salaries, wages of labor, donations, maintenance of jails, and
general expenses of the ,sald City and County for the period beginning with
tho first day of July, A. D. 1911, and ending with tho thirty-first day of Decem
ber, A. D. 1911, said payment to bo made pro rata monthly subdivisions o
said amount as stated In tho schedule
Salaries fixed by Law
Advertising, not pro rated
Associated Charities
Attorney, Deputies and Ofllco Employes
Attorney, Expenses, Civil nnd Criminal Cases, not pro
rated
Attorney, Material and Supplies
Auditor, Ofllco Employes
Auditor, Material and Supplies
Building and Plumbing Inspector, Payroll
Building and Plumbing Ispcctor, Material and Sup
plies Building and Plumbing Inspector, Automobile, not
pro rated '
Burial of Indigent Dead, not pro rated
Circuit Court, Expenses, not pro rated
City and County Engineer, Purchase of Automobile,
not pro rated
City and County Physician, Payroll
Clerk, Ofllce Employes
Clerk, Material and Supplies
Collection and Disposition of Garbage
Commission, Collecting Road Taxes, not pro rated...
Committees' Clerk, Payroll
Coroner's Inquest, not pro rated
District Court, Employes
District Courts, Material and Supplies
District Magistrate, Second, not pro rated
Donation, Hawaii Promotion Committee
Donation, Kapiblani Park (to be expended under the
direction of the Board of Supervisors)
Donation, Lcahl Home
Engineering and Surveying Work, Payroll
Engineering and Surveying Work, Material and Supplies
Fish Inspectors, Payroll
Hospital Expenses, and Kaplolani Maternity Home,
not pro rated
Humane Society, not pro rated
Janitors, Payroll .,4
Liquor Commission, Expenses, not pro rated
Matntenanse of Fire Stations and "Fire Apparatus,
Payroll ,
Matntenanse pf Fire Stations and Fire Apparatus,
Material and Supplies
Malntenanse of Fire Stations and Fire Apparatus,
Equipment, not pro rated
Maintenance of Hawaiian Band, Payroll 1,735.00
Juvenile Court, Expenses, not pro rated
Maintenance of Hawaiian Band, Material and Sup
plies
Maintenance of Automobile, not pro rated
Maintenance of Jails, Payroll .'
Maintenance of Parks, Payroll
Maintenance of Parks, Material and Supplies, not
pro rated
Maintenance of Police and Fire Alarm System, Pay
roll Maintenance of Police and Fire Alarm System, Ma
terial and Supplies
Maintenance of Police Force, Payroll
Maintenance of Police Force, Material and Supplies
Maintenance of Pounds, Payroll
Maintenance of Prisoners
Maintenance of Roads, Honolulu District
Maintenance of Ewa Road District
Maintenance of Waianae Road District
Maintenance of Waialua Road District
Maintenance of Koolauloa Road District
Maintenance of Koolaupoko Road District
Maintenance of Waimanalo Road District, not pro
rated l'W
Maintenance and Construction of Electric Light Sys
tem, Payroll
Maintenance and Construction of Electric Light Sys
tem, Material and Supplies
Mayor, Incidentals (
Mayor, Entertainment Fund, not pro rated
Meat and Food Inspectors, Payroll
Milk Inspector, Payroll and Transportation
Municipal Office Rents
Permanent Pavoments, not pro rated
Sanitary Inspectors, Payroll
Registration Expenses, not pro rated
Supervisors, Material and Supplies, not pro rated..
Treasurer, Ofllce Employes
Treasurer, Material and Supplies, not pro rated....
Witness Fees, not pro rated
BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that the following sums, amounting to
TWENTY-FIVE THOUSAND AND FIFTY DOLLARS, ($25,050.00), aro here -
by appropriated to bo paid out of all moneys in tho Road Tax Special Fund
of tho City and County of Honolulu for the building nnd maintenance of roads
and bridges in tho respectlvo districts named herein, said payment to be mado
pro rata monthly subdivision of said amount as stated In tho schedulo thereof
herein contained:
District of Honolulu
District of Ewa and Walanao
District of Waialua
District of Koolauloa
District of Koolaupoko
AND BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that the Auditor of the City and
County of Honolulu is heroby authorized and directed to draw warrants on
tho City and County Treasurer for any of tho sums named herein, or parts
thereof, upon having filed with him schedules of salaries fixed by law, and
other salaries, of donations named herein, of payrolls and of accounts for
materials and supplies, accompanied by original vouchers and certified by tho
clerk as having been duly passed and allowed by tho Board of Supervisors at
any regular meeting, or any special meeting called for tho purposo of con -
sidering expenditures; jreal estate. Inasmuch, however, as
AND BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that to mako expenditures under tho Spotless Town pictures had really
this Rosolutlon, it shall bo necessary that all salary lists, item of donations, been tnkon by tho sanitary Inspector
payroll, items of materials and supplies and accounts of general expenses of tho city In tho prosecution of his
shall, beforo being presented to tho Board or Supervisors, bo passed upon by ( official investigations, theso and other
a committco or committees, and by such bo reported to tho Board of Supor-, Impulsive outbreaks by soiiBltivo prop
visors, with the recoramondatlon of such committee or committees, nnd sums city owners appealed principally to
found to bo lawfully duo and payablo may then bo voted upon singly or col- one's sense of humor,
lectivoly as convenient on a call of tho ayes and noos. In the event of nnj "Tho pictures wero put into half-
thereof herein contained;
Per Month.
35,610.00
.,s
Six Months.
$33,840.00
1,000.00
600.00
4,110.00
300.00
300.00
2,250.00
600.00
1,680.00
450.00
SOO.OO
900.00
7,250.00
950.00
2,820.00
3,120.00
450.00
9,000.00
250.00
360.00
500.00
2,580.00
300.00
150.00
1,500.00
4,200.00
750.00
3,480.00
600.00
1,080.00
9,000.00
200.00
3,000.00
3,750.00
23,340.00
4,200.00
100.00
600.00
G0.00
370.00
100.00
2SO.0O
75.00
170.00
520.00
75.00
1,600.00
60.00
430.00
50.00
250.00
700.00
125.00
5S0.00
100.00
1S0.00
: . . . .
500.00
3,890.00
700.00
12,000.00
10,410.00
500.00
450.00
800.00
6,270.00
3,210.00
75.00
t
1.045.00
535.00
' 450.00
'-
1,200.00
750.00
43,770.00
6,000.00
210.00
125.00
7,295.00
.1,000.00
50.00
700.00
8,000.00
700.00
400.00
1,000.00
1,250.00
375.00
300.00
4,200.00
4S.000.00
4;200.00
2,400.00
6,000.00
7,500.00
2,250.00
450.00
800.00
1,000.00
75.00
250.00
100.00
330.00
4.S00.00
6,000.00
450.00 1
500.00 '
1,500.00
600.00
l,9S0.00j
21,000.00 !
3,240.00 ,
540.00
900.00
80.00
400.00
2,100.00
300.00
900.00
Per Month.
$2,000.00
1,000.00
350.00
50.00
, 175.00
such committee falling or neglecting
make any recommendation In regard
AND BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that no liability under this Roso-
lution bo incurred In any month in excess of tho monthly pro rata sums here
in authorized.
AND BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that this Resolution shall lake off cct
upon its approval.
Introduced by Supervisor EDEN
Honolulu, T. H., Juno 27, 1911.
Approved this oth day of July,
1911
FRISCO LETTER
(Continued from page one.1
then sent out to Instruct farmers how
1o protect themselves from tho depre
dations of tho plague-carrying squir
rels. A number of these instructors
arc traveling through California at tho
presont time. I
Ono day Is a good thing, a splendid
start, but surely past exporlenco has
proven elsewhere, and I bcllovo also
In Honolulu, that eternal vlgllanco Is
tho cost of a city's health, and clean
liness Is Included in citizenship.
Ono of the most recent practical and
effective campaigns of cleanliness was
carried on by the city of New Britain,
Conn., the campaign being inaugurat
ed by tho Men's Brotherhood of a Con
gregational church.
Six languages were required to tell
tho Inhabitants of the town what was
required of them as members of tho
"Spotless Town Brigade." Several
weeks were occupied in tho propaga
tion of the gospel of cleanliness.
Everyone was told just what was ex
pected of them, and It is an interest
ing commentary that the leaflets given
out to the foreign-born citizens was
the "first communication In. their na
tive languago which they had ever re
ceived from (ho government whose flag
was floating over them."
our
Just how extensive the work was is , honorary president of tho crusade,
indicated by an account which came j 'he health officer as acting chairman,
recently to hand, from which I tako!tlle sanitary inspector as an aggrcs
tho following extracts: jsivo worker, and all tho municipal ma-
"The city missionary had given chlnery under orders to render asslst-
them tracts which they could under
stand, but tho city itself had never
given them anything. Accordingly they
responded with enthusiasm. When tho
man who had been born in Poland
read, 'Co mamy zrobic aby dopomodz
oczyscic miasto New Britain'; when
tho man from Naples read, 'Sgombrate
le vostra cenero o le immondizic dal
vostro cortile'; when the man from the
Rhine Valley read, 'Rclnlgen Sle Ihren
Keller, Stall oder Scheune'; when the
man from Stockholm read, 'Blanda icke
Ihop aska och affair; and when the
man from tho ghetto of a Russian city
read some advice which the pages of
The Congregatlonalist cannot repro-
duce because It was printed in Yiddish its largest usefulness":
these recently arrived citizens weroj "Printed matter helped, pictures
hut having brought homo to them in helped, but tho school children helped
intelligible translations such injunc- j most of all. Indeed, but for tho Spot
lions as: !esa Town Brigade ten thousand boys
What You Can Do to Help Make New'niul giri8 wearing a blue and white
Britain a Clean City. I membership button and each ono of
1. Take away all the ashes and dirfc
from your back yard immediately.!
Send your rubbish to tho dumping
ground.
j 2. Clean out your collars, stables,
, and ' sheds. Whitewash your cellar
' walls, fences, and hen-houscs.
3. Burn all rubbish that will burn.
Clean your vacant lots and alleyways.
4. Avoid mixing ashes and garbage.
This is against the law. You may bo
, fined flvo dollars.
5. Rofraln from throwing old paper,
banana or orango skins into streets.
0. Plant somo grass and llowor
seeds to mako your homo beautiful.
Every houso should havo a little green
grass and a few trees.
7. When you havo cleaned up for
Easter, keep your yard clean all tho
time.
1 Dirty
yards cause flies, sickness,
death.
Old tin cans hold
water; water
breeds mosquitoes.
1 Rotten garbago makes had air, bad
air makes weak bodies, weak bodies
j make big doctor's bills,
. Tho methods of modem advertising
also wero employed to contrlbuto to
the end sought. Thus:
"At tho outset there was tho photo-
I graphing of somo guilty back yards
Six Months, which had first suggested the Idea of a
$12,000.00 Spotless Town. This savored not a
9,600.00 Uttlo of adventure. On ono accaslon
2,100.00 a president of a Congregational
300.00 Church Men's Loaguo narrowly es
1,050.00 caped a baptism of garbago thrown out
from a third-story tenement. A fow
days after tho results of tho kodak
j campaign had been mado public, a
minister of a Congregational church
t was accosted on tho street by an lrato
individual and profanely threatened
with physical vlolenco If ever again
' ho was seen trespassing upon certain
to so pass upon any such matters or to
thereto, tho Board may thoreupon act.
P. LOW.
JOSEPH J. FERN,
Mayor.
i tones and published far and wide in
I tho newspapers nnd on tho leaflets.
I
,Tho.v were made into storoontlcon
slides and shown to a citizens' meet
ing, to tho pupils of the high school,
and finally ut a special oxhlbitlon givori
before tho mayor and Common Coun-i
ell, at which time tho city government
passed a voto commending tho crusade
to all residents of New Britain. Later
on pictures wero taken of tho dumps
whoro the results of the clean-up cam-1
, palgn bulked most evidently, of chil
dren actually cngnged In hauling away j
their loads of rubbish In express carts i
, with other children as two-legged draft
horses, and of yards whero tho sani
tary cyclone had done its work. The
local theaters co-operated during the
week of most strenuous Interest, and
each of them ran a series of the Spot-1
less Town pictures introduced with
such exhortations as
' Are you helping the
Spotless Town Crusade?
Here are some of the yards that need
to be cleaned.
How do you like them?
"Of course many of tho yards por
trayed wero recognized by tho audi
ences, but that did no injury to the
cause. And the body of public senti
ment was so strongly favorablo to the
movement that the complaluts of dis
gruntled property owners were noth
ing but wind flurries on the surface of
tho advancing tide. With the mayor
once wherover possible, thero is small
wonder that tho enterprise succeeded.
Now Britain is fortunate in having as
officials at tho head of her government
men who are desirous of developing
among her polygot citizens the mod
ern 'city-consciousness'; hence they
aro keenly alive to every form of civic
uplift, and tho achievements of tho
city along these lines aro limited only
by her youth and resources."
But for the Spotless Town League
ten thousand boys and girls wearing
a blue and white membership button
and each one of them committed to tho
.cleaning up of his own back yard
the movement "would have failed of
th(;m committed to the cleaning up of
Us own i,ack yard tho
movoment
would havo failed of its largest useful
ness. Thero wore somo ten command
ments of Spotless Town which thoy
tried to obey. 'Don't throw anything
on tho sidewalk or streot,' was tho
llrst commandmont. "Don't mix ashes
and garbase; pigs don't llko to eat old
coal or clinkers,' was tho fourth com
mandmont. 'Don't forgot that horses
love banana skins; a banana skin is
not dnngorous if It Is Inside a horso's
stomach,' was tho eighth command
mont. Hearing about Spotless Town
in school, those leaguo members
talked about Spotless Town when
thoy wont home; nnd tho result was
that Good Friday, a legal holiday In
f'nnnncMniit. fmmil llfnrnllv IliniiHnmlR
of fathers at work with their children,
busy in out-of-door house-cleaning."
T
Examiner: C. F. Runyon, president
of tho Mount Tamalpais Railroad and 1
ono of Its largest owners, has return
ed from an outing to Hawaii with his
wife, daughter and Miss Helen Sweet
of Chicago. From his observations
nnd from what prominent peoplo in
tho Islands told him, Runyon thinks
thnt Illlo, on tho Island of Hawaii, in
Instead of Honolulu is most likely
to ho tho, iort of call for steamships
whon they begin to uso Panama canal
to and from tho Orient. A great
breakwater Is being constructed thero
now that will givo tho placo good
harbor faclltles Many Honolulu .nor -
chants aro establishing branch stores
at liilo. It Is on tho Island of Hawaii
that tho great volcano of Kllauon is
located. Tho island has an abundnnco
and variety of fruits and vogetnblos.
Runyon found tho islands prosperous
nnd says tourist travel thero Is con
tinually on tho increase. Ho wnst
Impressed with tho wator-power re
sources of tho Islands.
Fine Job Printing at Star Office,
BODS
HO
Acolylono for lighting and cooking
Is decidedly on Hie Increase. Tho
comfort In country homes, with good
light and convenient cooking nppll-
uncos, nmkoa the country housekeeper
! happy. It Is so easy and clean. Wo
are installing a new plant the coining
week at tho country homo of Mr. W.
II. Shlpman near the volcano, Hawaii.
He is ono of the many men who can
seo the superior qualities of tho
1'1'ot Acotyleno Generator over
any
the
jothor. Acetylene is certainly
Uttlo brother of the sun, making dark-
' Ue8B as Mot,r " possible. For
sal n,ul slMoA by Acotylone Light
4 ........ . -w t r i
v,uwimuy, jiuisiaco avenue,
off South street.
AN OPEN SECRET.
Many ask the reason for the con-
! tinned and Increasing demand for
' C'nmbertain s Colic, Cholera and
, Diarrhoea Romedy. The secret is that
1 U, nover fa)l9 t0 lve relief. The mid-
die-aged men of today remember It
as the remedy given them by thoir
mothers for cramp colic dysentery
when they wore children, and Its rep
utation as a positive cure for bucIi
j ailments is still maintained. No rem
1 edy has ever linen pinduird that is
. Its equal for tho pron.pt relU f of pain.
For sale lv all dcnloi s. He nson,
Smith & Co. agrnts foi Hawaii
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
First Judicial Circuit, Territory of
Hawaii. At Chambers. In Probate.
No. 4401.
In tho Matter of tho Estato of Melo
Hlpa, Deceased.
ON READING AND FILING the pe
tition of Mrs. Lulu Johnson, of tho
City and County of Honolulu, Terri
tory of Hawaii, alleging that Melo Hipa
died intestnte at said Honolulu on tho
25th day of March, 1911, leaving prop
erty in tho Territory of Hawaii neces
sary to bo administered upon and pray
ing that Letters of Administration is
sue to tho Bishop Trust Company,
Limited, an Hawaiian corporation,
IT IS ORDERED, that Monday, tho
7th day of August, 1911, at 10 o'clock
a. in., be and hereby is appointed for
hearing said petition in tho Court
Room of this Court in said Honolulu,
at' which time nnd placo all persons
concerned may appear and show
causo, if any thoy havo, why said pe
tition should not bo granted.
Dated at Honolulu this 30th day of,
Juno, 1911.
By tho Court:
J. A. THOMPSON, Clerk.
Holmes, Stanloy & Olson, Attorneys
for Petitioner.
It July 1, S, 15, 22.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, FIRST
Circuit, Territory of nawnll. Iu
Probate At Chambers. No. 42S5.
In the Matter of tho Estate of Will
Iain T. Lucas, Deceased.
On reading and filing tho petition
and accounts of Mary M. Lucas, Exec
utrix of tho Estato and of tho Will of
William T. Lucas, deceased, whorein
potltlonor asks to bp allowed $1120.91
incomo nnd $119G.95 principal, nnd
charged with $1337.50 incomo and $3,
009.10 principal, and asks that tho
samo ho examined and approved, and
thnt a final order bo mado of distribu
tion of tho remaining proporty to tho
porsons thereto entitled and discharg
ing petitioner and sureties from all
further responsibility therein:
IT IS ORDERED, that MONDAY, tho
31st day or JULY, A. D. 1911, at 10
o'clock a. m beforo the Judge pro
siding at Chambers of said Court at
his Court Room In tho Judiciary
Building, in Honolulu, City and Coun
ty of Honolulu, bo and tho samo here
by Is appointed tho time and placo
for hearing said potition nnd accounts,
ntlll flinf nil Itnrsnlia In I nrnal n.1 mntr
' then nnfl lhcro nnd
If any thoy havo, why tho samo should
not bo granted, and may presont evi
dence as to who aro entitled to tho
said proporty.
Dated tho 23d day of June, 1911.
By tho Court:
J. A. THOMPSON,
Clerk Circuit Court, First Circuit, Ter
ritory of Hawaii.
Kinney, Prossor, Anderson & Mark,
Attornoys for the Executrix.
4t Juno 24, July 1, 8, 15.
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ff Lnoi troubles quickly cored bv'Kj
I BALSAM I
I 4MISESB j
3ft Of all Chemists gf
h and Stores.

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