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MAKIXQ APPBOPBIATWNS FOR THE VARIOUS SERVICES, OF THE
? .' ' CITY ANfi COUNTY OF lONOWLU.
UK IT RE30LVED by the Hoard
of, Honolulu Territory ot Hawaii,
TIlltEE HUNDRED FORTY-NINE
aiv nnlinr. i tiid i EA nnv lira htmkv nnnronrinted to be1 tiara ' mCo"1
money. In the General Fund of the
Honolulu for salaries fixed by law and other, salaries, waxes' of1labor,
donations, maintenance of Jails, scfcools, and general expenses it J.h said
City and County for the period beginning wjlh.the First day of January,
A.'D. 1910, .and ending with the Thirtieth day?of June, A. D.,1910, said
payment to be mode In pro rata monthly subdivisions of ialoamount as
'stated In the schedule thereof herein contained!,
Fer Month. .Six Months.
Salarlci fixed by law . I 3,005 00 '.118,630 00
Advertising, nbt pro rated '" ltM ow
Associated Charities i 100 00 .600 00
Attorney. Deputies and Offlco Employes
Attorney, Expenses, qivll and Criminal Cases,
not oro rated 300 00
Attorney. Material I Sunnllea
Auditor, Offlw Emplpyes k 225,00 1,350 00
Auditor, Material A Supplies ... '75 00 460 00
llulldlng ft Plumbing I'nspector, PaVroll, 255 00 1.530 00
Building & Plumbing Inspector, Material' A " '
Supplies ...'.'. i
tlulldlng Plumbing Inspector; Keep
IJurlal, Indigent Dead, not pro rated
City and County, Physician, l'ayrol"
City and County pb'ystclan. Material t
Clerk, Offlce Employes .,......,. ;
Clerk. Material A Supplies i
Collection & Disposition ot Garbage
Commission, collecting Koad Tax, nol pro rated
Coroner's Inquest1, not vro rated( . (
District Court, Employes
District Courts, Material ,4 Supplies
District Magistrate, Second, hot pro rated...
Donation, Hawaii Promotion Committee
Donation, Kaploianl Park f.yo be expended un
der the direction of the Doard of Super-
visors) .. .1 ..,..., '. .'....
Donation, Leah I Home i
I"iiglneer1ng,,& QuWeylng Work, Payroll ....
Engineering? & SufYey,lng Work, Material &
Supplies . v
Klsh Inspector, Payroll ...m
Hospital Expenses . .,, 1,150 00
Junltors, Payroll . , i ,, . , . f , . . ,", , . . 466 do
License Collectors, payroll ....:,( 25000
License Collectors, Material i Bupp'lles . i . . . 25 00
falutenance of. Fire $tat)ona A.FIre
Payroll ?.,. i '
Maintenance of Fire Stations A Fire
Material St Supplies ;....'......, 700 00
Maintenance of Hawaiian Oand. Payroll .... ' 1.7,26 00
Maintenance Of 'Hawaiian Band, Material ft
Supplies i.. .,. ...... ..(! ..... 76 00
( Maintenance of alls, Payroll 1,045 Jin,
.Maintenance ot. Parks,, Payroll ....'.(,.,,,... 470 00
Malntenance,ot Parks, Material ft Supplies, not
' prorated ... .' .x. J
Maintenance of Police ft Fire Alarm System,
'Payroll , 200 00
Maintenance of Police ft Flro Alarm System! 1 ' S-:
Material ft Supplies ....-....' .".., 125 Oo
Maintenance of Police Force, Payroll 6,960 00
Maintenance or Police Force, Material ft Sup-
tlea '. , ,1,100 00 i
Maintenance of Pounds, Payroll 50 00
Mstntenap.ee of Prisoners . ' 686 00
Maintenance ot R6ads, Honolulu District.... '16,000 00
Maintenance of Ewa Road District , 2,500 00
Maintenance of aWalanae Road, District 400,00
Maintenance ot vyaiaiua Road District
Maintenance of Koolauloa. Road' Dfstrlct. . . . 2,000 00 v f 12,000 o'o
Maintenance of Koojaupoko Road DI ttr let.... 2,000 00'i 12,000 00
Maintenance or Walmanalv nndii ninirirt ni "" ' '
hi-"- .::" -
f.v toveu ...). ...i.......
Maintenance ot Schools, not pro fated
Maintenance ft Construction of Electric Light
Bystem, Payroll . ,(.. f
Maintenance ft Construction of;Electrlc Light ".
oysiem,, Material ft aapplles
Mayor, incj-wotais ,,,a. i.....
Mayor, PnterUlnment Fund, not pro rated. . . .
MeatVl'nspector. Payroll t
'Meat ft Food Inspector, outsjde, districts....
'THIIk Inspector, Payroll ft Transportation.,.,. ,
Morgue Attendant, Payrdll
-MunlCpalfOfflcea Rents ....,...
RoadBlgni, not pro 'rated . .' !"
Saultary Inspectors, Payroll "
Supervisors, Material ft'Supplies, not pro rated' .'
Treasurer, Olllce' Employes
Treasmr, Material, ft. Supplle
. . ..-.. w . . "'
.T, :( - i"" t"
u .r.ooa inspectors
I1,E IT FURTHER RESOLyED.
3NTY;ONE TllOUSANb N1NB? HUNbREOjH2l.900.09)POLLARS are
by appropriated to be paid out at moneys In the' Road Tax Soeelal Fulid
. of the City and County of honolulu, fbr ithe building and-a)n?enance 'of
roads and bridges in the respective, district named herelpsald payment
to be In pro rata raonthly subdivision of! said amount as" stated in the
N schedule thertof herein contained: , 1 1 ''l '!"-,-ft.
. . P.. Wn.l.li1,CT,',WA.M.''
Honolulu District ... ,
Ewn Walanaa blkirlct '
w.itn- ni.t,i.! Ui8lrlcV V V V
Walalna District J..',.,
Koolauloa District !......'...i.
County of Honolulu Is hereby authorised and, directed t'o dr'ajr. warrant, oh"
the-City and Countv'Trtn.iii-. A. .--. V.aiV..i."-' -V. ':. . :
. ' " ""
fhArAAf ItAAM kn.l.. At.J flm. .,
" jCa , V v. 1 , "..1" r'r?,0 oneauiea 01 aaiarlM fld.by law;, and
Other salaries, of don,att6ns named, herein, of payrolls and .of accounts for
m........ .uq px,vv, accompaniea ny original vouchers and cartjfled by the
Clerk as having been duly I)- d allowed by the Boatf ojrflupervlsora
at any regular meeting, "oi1 any Special meeting called for'thVpurpose) of
i-AND BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED. That to make evn.adltL ..
tbla Resolution. It shall be necessary tbat all saW jlsfs. lteiof dona'tlqiif.'
payrolls, Items ot material and Bundles and amount. r ..'., ...ll.
tffii shall, before being presented to the Board of Suoervlsora. h'. n,..i ZLfr.
t. ..a Committee or Committees nH 4iv mi,
;lni-. with (ia rrnmm.n,lll ..
,. .a .,.. .. ...-... ,uu , DUV, tomujm.e or gotnuittees land
isums found, to be lawfully due and oavable mav ih.n h. vnii aa. -' -..
irjeojlectlvely as convenient on a call
of Supervisors of the,CUy and County,
tbat the following sutaef amounHlq,
THOUSAND ONE'-HUNDHeD Flfto
Treasury of the City and COUilty 61
...... 650 Off 8,900 00
CO 00 300 00
....,.,. " 1.400 00 '
' 300 00
4 SO 00
1 1,200 00
' inn nn
j 13,500- 0
......... ,, 790 00
if . r 1
, 'WO 0U,
150 00;' J
t. 25 00 . t
v;j- - .-. -
...... - BUUIIU
, . . . . gno 00 1,020 00V
That the following sums amounting to
. t'-ioo6"o81 boliW ,
' " fhfwarfffifn .Zl J1
W"" !l)W'iMIl lJtt.i0 '
?'.... niiitu VtGfn.,aLn..n
....... 100 ,00?,. J.2p0.oi'
mu iu Auauor.ot ins uuy ana
" ""' bibh uor-iu, or parts
... . .r . I
v.. ... j... ,vi . . ... -, '
........ IL.' , , -, b-jt.
of the ayes and noes.' In the even
JUDGE L1NBSAY TO ;,
LECTURE AT Y. M. C. A.
'Owing to the absence of commer-J
rial colleges mi iiuuuiuiu, me. l. r
Cl A. Is doing splendid,, ork In'.lM"
ttlrectlon, and work that Is aririreM
ute'd because it Is so', urgently, need'
hi. flThn second term'onetut.oh Jan.
"3 11910. ,One ot the lapeclM.. fea-
I itt ofrnis termwwef-jtourse;
plt'Uctures on conunT.cia1ja(w-,iQ11u?
siiTorea.oy juoge ja)if(-t4ii;-,
iVta. fliThew lecu wil. HTefl
TfitJillay evenings, beginning. Xau?!,
. 'Judge Lindsay wll,l Uie,.up ., con-
tracts, agency, parineriiuin,. un
and "notes, together.) with a "ques
tion box" at the beginning of each
lecture. The present large enroll
ment Indicates very clearly what
tmnortunllXea for.Wnstructtng the
jouth ot Honolulu await' the Y. M
O. A. when rUlr new building Is
complotcd. Plans for this new build'
Ing give great promise and facility for
educational work and It Is hoped that
a school of four hundred stndcnts even-
raually will bo established.
The total number of different stu
dents enrolled up to the ond of last
term was 170. The present enrollment
by'ctasscs Is 209. An.tarternoon cass
for street car conductors and motor-"
men, who work nights, baa been start
ed and some nine rapjd transit cm
bloyees are' taking a' 'course In'oflth'
mctlc-and' EngllshaneW- Uvi .'Instsncs
tlon of Harold S. Clark.
1 Acourse In English, arithmetic, ten-
manshlp, 'spelling, history1 'and geogra
phy has been started for employed
hoys. This will be- ander -the guld-
ancn ot D E. Porter and E. B. Blan
chard. Already 25 born have signified
their Intention of taking the above
suoiects wnen me term opens on Mon
: Following Is a complete, list of the
reaular Y. M. C. A. classes together
.with the, names ot the Instructors and
the: number of enrolled ntudents: Book
keeping, 43 enrolled. Instructor J. C.
Anderson.1 Shorthand, 27 enrolled, In-strottoT-
C. II. Medcalf.ankl Edmund
F."Mo1anphy. The system taught will
be Gregg, 'shorthand. Typewriting. 22
hi'vo enrolled to take the touch ays-
ten.j.'whlch.iwlll be -taught by Edmund
F. Melanphy. "Mechanical land archi
tectural drawing wlll.be In' the hands
of L. C. Woodman who has enrolled
24 students: J. 'E.'HIgglns wilt teach
English arid has 9 students to com
mence' With on Monday. Mathematics.
mciuaiu aiBuura, aninmeiic ana geo
me'try wll -be In charge ofi R. C. Sev
erance who has 30. pupils enrolled.
Practically all these classes will bJ
divided Into two-orjmoro dlslslona on
account of the large enrollment. This
course ot 'instruction should prove a
boon to Honolulu, seeing that there la
no regular commercial college estab
lished here.' 1 , f
THE TWO JAPANESE schooners,
the 8alkal Maru and No. 2 Klnsel Ma
rti, caiftured by United 'States revenue;''
cotters In Bering sea' Within the three1
mile llmlt6fthe Priblof Islands and
confiscated as seal poachers, will be
sold by the. United States marshal 'at
Unalaska on April 12 next to. the high
est bidder. When captured thp schoon
ers had their hulls painted white and
were adorned with paplor mache yards
and funnels to make them resemble
the vessels of the cutter fleet. ' Under
cover of the fog they slipped In near
the real rookeries. With the vessols
will bo' sold their gear and ammuni
tion and guns, as well as 416 sealskins
with the Klnsel and 244 sealsklns'wlth
the Baikal. ., , . -
' The reason thero Is nothing new" un
der the sun Is that sd many things aro
done In the dark. Charleston New
and Courier. '
7i ' r" ' "' "' i i' i , i
of any such Committee falling omeglectlng to so pass upon any such mat-
..... yr lutuwnv uny, 4 ecommenaauon
thereupon act. '
AND BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, Tha't.U'. payments under this Resc-
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Introduced by Supervisor
Honolulu, T.1L, December 7, 1909.
Approved this 18th da of" December,
10(s Dec, il, 22. 23, 24,2,
" Honolulu, T, H.,
I ' November 10, 1909.
Resolved, by the Board, of SuDer
lsors of the City and County of Ho-1
noium, Territory, of Hawaii, that the
sum" of seven , hundred dollar
W70'0' be """ same s,heTeby
UWmfr aUa tofMKeeral fund'
fdrrtheyiostallatlon of electtc llghtJ
ut oini ha ..v.i..i.i n.J
(I7.00.0Q), be and, tha same s .hereby
t Palolo Road.nKalmukl andAlewa-'L.
.au u,,.!,u, Uj4,. ( t , ,.
l'.r WM,,A, KANE.
Approved r .mm.
, ,' "''" 'lvintni 3-incn and Itt-lnch galvan-,
in, .V. . o . a. .-- ayiTl lled nlDe 'or the K' PlPe ''
10ts-i-Dec. 21, 22, 23, 24, 278, 29,'. Maul.
' W. 3: Jn 3, 190. - J, puns, specifications and proposal
" Honolulu, T. H
Resolved, by the Board of Sunerti.t.
visors of'the Cltv and Countv or Hoj
t..i. ' ,. ' ... .. '.. . v.kv'1"iW"'ot- '"" ram u reject
nolllia. Territory of Hawaii, that the 4any, or all bids.
sum-of fpur hundred and ninety,"4'' ' " MARSTON CAMPBELL.'
dollar ($490.00) be and the same,, Honolulu, December 29, 1909. I
Is hereby appropriated from the enM504 Dec. 30, 31, Jan. 1, 3 4, 5, 0
eral fund for the payment of claln .. 7, 8,, ,10. ' 1
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! FORT SHAFTEFffoEWS 5
i H a t a a a a a a aa a, a a a a a a a t a a
One" non-commissioned officer from been granted a pass for one week
each'VpmVahfwas appointed to meet taking effect December 30th, 1909.
and 'act' as sub-commlttee to submit. Both will enjoy their leave of ab
In writing recommendations 'as to sence In Honolulu.
operatlous'Qf Post Exchange and rec-
ommend any changes desired. They
will meet at reading room Post Ex-
change building December 31st at 1
O'clock or as soon thereafter as prac-
Hear RciawaT .infantry was reieasea irom me iort
' 'The wagon of the Sanitary Steam Bhaftti1 post hospital Thursday. He
Laundry was standing on the main has been In the hospital for. several
company street at Fort Shatter Frl- days receiving treatment for his eyes
dayuoralng and the team decided as theyf were effected through, an
that .running, was better than standi accident while at the school for bak
ing so a brave slarr'as"nI4de 'anthers at Presidio of San Francisco, Cal.
what nflght have ,been a sad accf- He is reported fit for duty and will
dent was narrowly averted as a sol- 'fc before his Illness continue his duty
dter soon .had the team caught and 'ns private with Company G.
tinker control. 'I Private Schwynoch Company H
Matter ' ',''. J - 20tn Infantry was admitted to the
, The usual monthly muster and re- POt hospital Thursday. While han
Vlew was" held at 9 o'clock Frld'ay"Jllng a piece ot glass Thursday
December 31st. The non- comtnls- morning he In some way cut his hand
stoned staff fell In with the battalion very badly,
and passed review. This was un- Bowling.
usual ns 'generally the staff la mus- At the bowling alleys was several
tred before time for the battalion to of the boys Friday afternoon watch
be mustered. The muster'of the bat- Ing a trial game played by the new
tatlon was In garrison uniform and men on the team. The scoirs were
equipments. The Quartermaster wa -
gons and teams were Inspected and,
fqHnd In good condition.
eergeaqi ueraore company it 20tn
Infantry .was released from the post'sldltlon. and get a little more pre
hospital and returned to Company ftlce. It the saying "practice makes
H for dbty Friday morning, i perfect" Is correct the team will be
The students of the Kamehameha
school was again having target prac-
use - on ine j-ort Bnatter target range
Friday morning. This is the second
uay or tnelr practice as the rain
caused a Belay of two days.
.. Drlv.ta'A....'- avA.. .
u".tTiw,r,"J'",,""' company t:.
A. C. whd has been under treatment
t .the. Fbrt'Shattsr nn.l hAnii.i
Mnce bctob'e'f 21st, 1909. was sent
S? Foit ?.uer Dcmber 24 to re
Klinle hl,duty wlth,'jls cbmpan. ,
There am vet rt turn m.n a i.a
i6Sth CpmpjuJy rj. A1. C.at-the.Fort
Shatter hospltnj both under further
v Flh?, 'ohn P " who h been
In the hosnlur at this place for more
thitt'h mohth Was released and sent
to' his company. The irir.it. n i n
at-Fort'ttuger December 29th, one
man ironi tne tooth company at Fort
Ruaer In va! nt fVirt ok.i ..-
Another hog from the pen of Com-h'ltal
pany a was butchered Friday morn
lnJ ' '
Taking Lay Off.
oorgcuni Bimons company F 20th
Infantry who a short time urn
honorably discharged from Company
r ,uuu reeuisiea in the, same com
pabMipplled for a furlough for one
month" which was granted. Taking
-r- - ..-.-...A,, ,bi, 1V1V l-nvuiv .
Long Company, F 20th Infantry who
rwas discharged, and, reenllsted the
ame dute. as Sergeant Simons has
-in regard tnereto, ..tne. Hoard, may
ucm 01 me montniy pro rata sums
A. D., 1909.
JOSEPH J.. FERN,
28, 29. 30,3l'; Jan. ?, J910
known as "Water Sprinkler, Wata
Presented by Supervisor
J. C. QUINN.
ApproYed , t
'JOSEPH -J. FERN, ,
" -i illlllth j ujur.
PMHto132:t.y' ?2- " u- w. .
triii . ., Mayor.
, aaatMU '-; ""'
mi - w i. va i rwiav smar n . ...
.Beale(1 tenders will be. received bH
I'1" uperlntendnt of public work'
juplll 12 m.of Saturdoy, January 29,.
llO. 'for laying the 6-lncb, Cinch.
-, blanks are on file In the office of
the Department ot Public Works.
and may also be had on application
jfrom Mr. F. E Harvey, Camp Ollu-
The RmrlniBiMunt rt ..i.n
wrka rr ,i. .... ... .,....
Are the ART GOODS shown in the
' a tt a a u n a a"
Every afternoon there are-many ot
the boys' at the gymnasium taking
the dally exercise as there has been
n6 drill's thla week and therefore.the
gym Is used more than usual.
i .'mate Merger, wompany u .uin
g6od and evfry one is expecting the
team to be a hard one to beat. A
challenge will appear to other teams
as soon as the men get In good con-
penecw as i-aey are eurnvsiiy prau
Saturday January 1st being the
beginning of a new year and a legal
'holiday all duty will be suspended
and preparations Are being made for
a day of sport and a general goou
time" throughout the Battalion, an
elaborate menu is being prepared for
the New Year's dinner.
' A few Invitations have been ex
tended to attend the smoker to be
given by Company H New Year's
Eve. This Is exclusively for the
Company and a few Invited guests
and will If as successful as the smok
er givon by them Christmas night
and an evening ot enjoyment to all
Private Overflcld Company It 20th
Infantry was discharged from the
post hospital as able to return to his
dilty and sent to his company' Thurs
Musician Ferdlnant, Co. O, 20th
Infantry, was admitted tn the hna.
Wednesday. He was only re
leased from the hospital about a
week ago aa able for duty. He has
been having trouble' with his throat
for the past two months, and, al
though thinking that he was com
pletely recovered, .the swelling of
his tonsils began again nfjer taking
a severe cold, and It was necessary
'or him to return to tho hospital for
Private Mercer, Co. O. 20th In
fantry, was entered on the sick re
port and sent to the Fort Shatter
hospital Wednesday morning.
Trie weather has been so stormy
for the past tew days It has been
r.ecessary to again put the storm
flag Into use.
There were no orders published
In regard to suspending duty at the
: IF YOU ONCE TRY AN .
Ss&WILL USE NO OTHER .,
SCO-lhc modern filma't
They are exclusive in most instances.
post during holidays, but through
verbal orders there has, been no duty
at the post- during this Tveelc except
necessary guard and police. This
.has been a treat to the boys, as alt
were expecting to perform the usual
garrison duties during the week. ,
All the companies have been fur
nishing the details for guard each
dag, as there are no garrison or1
gymnasium drills, and garrison i
School Is suspended until Jan. 6.
Target Shooting, i-.
ine Biuaems oi ne namenamena
School were not out to
Shatter range Wednesday, a. It was'
entirely too ralnv to do any shootl
Ing, The practice will probably be
gin again as soon as the weather
Private Falkensteln, Co. F, 20th
Infantry, has been appointed cor
poral. Falkensteln Is a good, steady
man with several years service to
his credit and well deserves the pro
motion that he has received, and
will doubtless give perfect satisfac
tion as a non-commissioned officer.
Private Oakry, Co. F. 20th In
fantry, 'has been relieved from duty
as mounted messenger and will re
sume his duty with his company. 'A
man will be detailed to fill his plai
in a few days.
Company E has purchased a fiw
dozen new graphophone records and
nave some very line selections
among the lot. I I
Sergt. Demore, Co. H, 20th th-i
fan try, was admitted to the post hOs-
pltal Wednesday nfter Jjelng sick j In
Muuncrs iur a uay. morning serious
Is antlcluatotPfrom his present Ill
ness and' he will probably be brick
with his company for -duty In I a
short time. , .
Two more non-comlnlssloncd offi
cers will be appointed in Co. F with
in tho next week. The names I ot
those to receive promotion are not
known as yet.
Private Gardner, Cd. H, 20th In
fantry, has been detailed on sncclnl
duty caring for the targets that are
used on the range while the Kt me
hameha school students are u ilng
Private Henry, Co. tq, 20th In
fantry, was taken suddenly 111 on
Wednesday night about 7 , o'ljlock
end Immediately taken to the (post
hospital. His lllnesR proved tp be
liver trouble. Nothing serlotts Is
anticipated, nnd with the good
medical treatment .he will rekelve
thero Is no doubt but that ho will
be back to his company for duty In
n few da a. He was only released
from the hospital about tenyda)e
i. go after being treated for deafness.
FORT DE HUSSY HEMS
The troops of this command were
Inspected and mustered Saturday as
per general order No. 26, Headquart
ers. Fort De Russy. Tho order of
muster was as follows. The Field
Staff and Non-Commlssloned Staff, 2nr.
Battalion of Enginecre at Post1 Head
quarters, at first call. Company O,
2nd Battalion of Engineers on Its own
parade ground. Detachment ?f Hoa
pltal Corps at Post Hospital. I'lrsl
call was at eight twenty a. ni. and
assembly at eight thirty. The uniform
as summer service, under arms.
Return to Survey,
On authority of special order 211,
theao headquarters, tnoit ot the men
of the survey detachments returned to
the various camps throughout tho Isl
and today. Tha detachments proceed
ed as follows: Sergeant Edward Oarts
and fifteen other man loft for tho camp
of Lieut. O'Connor near Pearl City.
Sergeant John Wise and eleven others
went to jhe detachment of I.lent. Cun
ningham) at Lcllehua. Sergeant Paul
Uorger and thirteen men left for tho
camp of Lieut, WatklnB near Kahana.
Within a tew days a number of other
I e ui'iutuiiiuiuB in mu uvm uiiti tuu
-...UMnMl- I.. it... Ail.! ...I ,1...
' detachment worK.ng out iron. ort uo
' ' wl" .be back.at th." B,,rv'.y a?nl"'
The men hae all enjoyed tne noil'
days at the home camp and return to
the map work much better for the rest.
Wagon Train. '
The quartermaster department has
arranged so that from now on all tho
articles that will be required by tho
detachment at Pearl City will be tak
en to nnd from that camp by a wagon
train This train will leavo Fort Do
Russy every Tuesday, Thursday nnd
Saturday and meet the wagons t from
that camp halt way, whero the wagons
will be changed and the trains return
to their own camps. This will enable
the detachment at that place to keep In
close touch with the homo camp and
to receive supplies promptly.
Major General Barry Inspected tho
camp at Fort De Russy Saturday and
spent much time here. The Engineers,
now at this camp, served under Gen
eral Barry while In Cuba during tha
occupation of that Island by the Army
of Cuban Pacification, Tho work, that
ot a military survey, was that these
troops were engaged upon In Cuba.
General Order, 27.
By authority of General Order 27,
these headquarters, all work will bo
suspended on Januarj first, except tho
necessary guard anil, police.. Corivornl
Thorite, In charge of tho Engineer's
mess has arranged a ury lino dinner
for that day and as this Is the last
holiday for some time at the post tha
most, will be made ot It Many games
hat 6 been arranged for the day and the
large hand-ball court, which Is now
ready for use, will bring fortll many
Pipe Line. ,
Water nnd sand began to flow today
through the large p)po line from tho
sea to the duck ponds on thu l)t.
This lino will bring tho fllllngfruui
the sea to the ponds and In a' ery
short time the duck ponds ot Fort Do
Russy will bo no more.
Sergeant O'Donnell, who wob Injur
ed In tho runaway of the ambulance
of lils survey detail somo tlmo ago,
has returned from the hospital and Is
again with his detachment. Ho will
have chnrge of the survey work from
the Fort De Russy camp, Prlvatei
Finch, McElroy and Hummed havgo
been sent to the hospital. J'rlvalo Mc
Elroy was hurt yesterday by being
kicked by one ot the now horse of thu
pjy'Tor Kent" cards on sale at
Ha nulltn nfflft
Dr. J. Ii. Raymond
PHYSICIAN' AlfO SURGEON.
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to 4; from 7 to 8.
SUNDAYS 10 TO 12.
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