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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU. T. H.( TUESDAY, JAN. 24, 1911.
BY AUTHORITY Salaries Hxeil by law Advertising, not pro rated Associated charities Attorney, deputies and otlioe employe Attorney, expenses, civil and criminal Cj.seH, not pro rated Attorney, material and supplies Auditor, oltiee employ Per month. ..J3.005.00 RESOLUTION, No. 429. RESOLUTION .MAKING APPROPRIATIONS FOR THE VARIOUS SER VICES OK THE CITY AND COUNTY OF HONOLULU. IJE IT RESOLVED by the Board of Supervisors of the City and County of Honolulu, Territory ul Hawaii, Mat the following sums, amounting to ONE HLWDliED TiillU'Y-sSlX THOUSAND, NINE HUNDRED EIGHTY SIX AND OU-luu DOLLARS ul,S!U.jo), are hereby appropriated to be paid out of all moneys in the General Funa of the Treasury of the City and County of Honolulu lor salaries tixed by jaw and other salaries, wages of labor, donations, maintenance of Jails, schools, and general expenses of the said City and County lor the period beginning with the first day of January, A. D. 1911, and ending with the thirty. first day of March, A. D. 1911, said payment to be made pro rata monthly subdivisions of said amount as stated In the schedule thereof herein contained: Three months. J 9,015.00 500.00 300.00 1,950.00 150.00 300.00 1,125.00 300.00 1,602.50 , 765.00 50.00 ' . , , 400.00 9G0.00 300.00 75.00 1,440.00 300.00 4,200.00 150.00 180.00 225.00 1.2C0.0O 150.00 75.00 750.00 100.00 650.00 100.00 375.00 100.00 255.00 50.00 320.00 100.00 25.00 50.00 50.00 Auditor, material and supplies Bonds, not pro rated . . Building and plumbing inspector, payrn .......... Building and plumbing inspector, mate, iai ami supplies Burial of indigent dead, not pro rated City and county physician, payroll City and county" physician, material aml supplies Citv and county physician, medicine . Clerk, ottice employes 480.00 Clerk, material and supplies 100.00 Collection and disposition of garbage. 1,400.00 Commission, collecting road tax, not p10 rated Committees' clerk, payroll 60.00 Coroner's inquest, not pro rated District courts, employes 420.00 District courts, material and supplies District magistrate, second, not pro rated Donation. Hawaii Promotion Committee 2 Donation, Kapiolani Park (to be expended under the dl- rection of the Board of Supervisor.,) 700.00 Donation, Leah! Home 125.00 Engineering and surveying work, payroll 500.00 Engineering and surveying work, material and supplies.. 100.00 Fish inspectors, payroll 170.00 Hospital expenses, not pro rated Janitors, payroll 400.00 Maintenance of fire stations and lire apparatus, payroll.. 3,095.00 Maintenance of fire stations and fire apparatus, material and supplies 700.00 Maintenance of Hawaiian band, payroll 1,725.00 Maintenance of Hawaiiun band, material and supplies... 75.00 Maintenance of jails, payroll 1,045.00 Maintenance of parks, payroll 470.00 Maintenance of parks, material and supplies, not pro fated Maintenance of police and fire alarm System, payroll .... 200.00 Maintenance of police and fire alarm System, material and supplies 125.00 Maintenance of police force, payroll... 7,225.00 Maintenance of police force, material and supplies 1,100.00 Maintenance of pounds, payroll 50.00 Maintenance of prisoners (185.00 Maintenance of roads, Honolulu district 6,800.00 Maintenance of roads, Honolulu distrl t. not pro rated (to be expended in the following manner: Nuuanu avenue $1,500.00 ! "' Pacific Heights road 500.00 Kalauokalani lane 500.00) Maintenance of Ewa road district 1,000.00 Maintenance of Waianae road district. 100.00 Maintenance of Waialua road district 1,200.00 Maintenance of Koolauloa road district 1,000.00 Maintenance of Koolaupoko road district 1,150.00 Maintenance of Waimanalo road district 100.00 Maintenance of schools 500.00 Maintenance and construction of electric light system, payroll 790.00 Maintenance and construction of electric light system, materials and supplies 1,018.00 Mayor, incidentals :: 150.00 Mayor, entertainment fund, not pro rated Meat and food inspector, payroll , 420.00 Milk Inspector, payroll and transportation 100.00 Morgue attendant, payroll Municipal office rerits Premium on Insurance, not pro rated Sanitary inspectors, payroll Supervisors, material and supplies, not pro rated Treasurer, office employes Treasurer, material and supplies Witness fees, not pro rated 85.00 325.00 170.00 400.00 60.00 2,100.00 375.00 1,500.00 300.0 510.00 3,450.00 1,200.00 11,085.00 2,100.00 5,175.00 225.00 3,135.00 1,410.00 250.00 600.00 375.00 21,675.00 3,300.00 150.00 2,055.00 20,400.00 : 2,500.00 3,000.00 300.00 3,600.00 3,000.00 3,450.00 300.00 1,500.00 2,370.00 .3,054.00 450.00 250.00 1,260.00 300.00 255.00 975.00 30.00 610.00 30.00 1,'200.00 150.00 450.00 0"R Looal and N ational LOCAL FIGHTERS ARE ASKING LARGER PURSES THAN POSSIBLE EXPECT MORE MONEY HERE THAN THEY WOULD RE- CEIVE IN BOUTS ON THE MAINLAND. jACKSON OUT OF PROMOTING GAME AS WELL AS HALEIWA ROAD RACES. The fighters in this town now want m uppear in the ring, and the idea of so much money to appear in the rin QUICk GLASS REPAIRS All kinds of eyeglass and spectacle repairing done, as if by niiigic. ; Special lenses ground to order prompt and accurate work., Broken frames repaired. A. N. Sanford, Ontidan BOSTON BUILDING. FORT STREET Over May & Co. BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that the following Bums amounting to TEN THOUSAND, SIX HUNDRED AND FIFTY DOLLARS ($10,650.00), are hereby appropriated to be paid out of all moneys In the Road Tax Special 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 made pro rata monthly subdivision of said amount as stated In the schedule thereof contained herein: . . Three Per month, months. DlRtrtct of Honolulu ,. $2,000.00 $6,000.00 District of Ewa 1,250.00 3,750.00 District of Waialua 250.00 750.00 District of Koolaujoko . 50.00 150.00 AND BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that the Auditor of the City and County of Honolulu is hereby authorized and directed to draw warrants on the City and County Treusurer for any of the sums named herein, oi;, parts thereof, upon having filed with him schedules of salaries fixed by law, trtul' other salaries, of donations numed herein, of payrolls and of accounts, for materials and supplies, accompanied by original vouchers and certified b"y 1 the clerk as having been duly passed and allowed by the Board of Supervisors at any regular meeting, or any special meeting called for the purpose of.conC.'j Dldering expenditures; ' j i AND BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that to make expenditures fender this Resolution, it shall be nenessary that all salary lists, Items of dbnitloifcf, payrolls. Items of material and supplies and accounts of general xW'nsVs shall, before being presented to the Board of Supervisors, be pnssed;jiipon-4- by a committee or committees, and Dy such be reported to the Board of Su pervisors, with the recommendation of such committee or committees, and sums found to be lawfully due and payable may then be voted upon singly or collectively as convenient on a call of the ayes nnd noes. In the event of any such committee falling or neglecting to so pass upon any such mat ters, or to make any recommendations In regard thereto, the Board may thereupon act. AND BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that no payments under this Res olution be Incurred In any month In excess of the monthly pro rata sums 'herein authorized. Introduced by Supervisor H. El Murray. Honolulu, T. H., January 6, 1911. " ' that there can be no money In pro moting, and I am out of the game," said Nigel Jackson in speaking of the light situation in Honolulu as it exists t present. Jackson pull ;u u.f some bouts last month at the Asahl Theater which pleased everyone, iinit he had others scheduled for next 'week and some for Fehnmry..'' ' Everything is alt',fC now, and unless some other .promoter steps forward into the gamev the fight fans here will likely Bee. no good scraps for some time. , In talking more fully of the fight sit uation, Jackson handed out the dope that the local men wanted too much to ppear In the ring, and were looking for a cool hundred, win, lose or draw. There are few men in the fight game in Honolulu that are such drawing cards as to warrant any promoter In offering such money as that, and Jack son says they are all looking for big loney since the last bouts. In the preliminary bouts for ordinary events on the Coast, men who are now in the game here would get about a seventy-live or hundred-dollar purse., divided as was ngroed between the two men before they went Into the ring. Here In Honolulu the men want more money than that, and in some cases, s happened with Bnuersocks, they de mand the money before they enter the ring at all. In the fights on the mainland, if a man doesn't get into the game and light after going into the ring, he does not get any money at all. The ten-round preliminary fought be-l fore the Hyland-Nelson fight .a few months ago was for a purse of seventy-live dollars, fifty for the winner and twenty-five for the loser. Taking it all over the country, east as well as west, the purse for a ,six to ten-round go in a preliminary before anything but a championship event would average about fifty dollars in the purse. Of course, in Honolulu the lighters realize that they have the market cor nered in a way, and can ask anything they wish to appear in the. ring. This attitude Is what is killing the light game here and is what all pro moters who have gone into the game have been up against. If the men want to fight they must be willing to accept fair-sized purses standing out for a imr.se of two hun dred dollars for a preliminary event is nothing but absurd, and shows that the man making such a proposition to a promoter is nothing but green at the game. ' Several fight promoters who have been in the game here in Honolulu say the same thing, and now Jackson giv ing up trying to arrange uny more lights nilds another to the list of those who see they can not make anything by handling the lighters' who are mak ing their home In tills city. It is too bad, in a way, that the box ers are taking this stand, for they are hurting themselves as well as depriv ing the fans .of the city from seeing some good bouts. They all want to fight, but they make prohibitive terms for an appearance. In the matter of the llaleiwa race, the spirit at present seems to be that there will be nothing doing in this event which has been the big one of the year for the past two seasons. At the second meeting called last week to consider rules to govern the races of the day, not a single man showed up, so Jackson has given up all hope of doing anything in this race. The Marathon Kid give up the idea of getting any bouts staged this month when he decided to promote the benefit performance of last Saturday evening, but the attitude now taken by the lighter, to appear at all has, put a wet blanket on thelight gaie, for the time at least. ROSA & CO. Okolehao Beers, Wines and Liquors FAMIIY TRADE GIVEN SPECIAL ATTENTION DELIVERIES TO ALL PARTS OF THE CITY Phone 3181 ROSA & CO., Alakea and Queen Streets ELECTION fF OFFICERS. V'-W '- At the, annual meeting of stockhold ers of the Kona Bottling Works Co., Ltd., the following-named gentlemen were elected officers -of the company for the ensuing year: President .A. L. flreenwell Vice-President R. Wassman Secretary and Treasurer.....' L. S. Aungst Auditor.; F. R. flreenwell Directors. .Frank Comes, J. A. Magulre and John fJaspar L. S. AUNOST, Secretary. January 17, mil. 4S::i-4t Drink MAY'S OLD KONA CO FEE Beit in the Market HENRY MAY & CO Phone 1271 ! Approved this 19th day of January, A. P. 1911. JOSEPH J. FERN, Mayor. 0t Jan. 19, 20, 21, 23, 24, 25, 26, 27, 18, 80. t .... BEST INVESTMENT Extraordinary Cbtbing Values We want to impress upon you .hat i every suit you buy in the LEADER sav from $4.00 to $10.00 To get you nequiiinted with us ne mint yon to see our exceptional ly low prlees nnd lilgli (trade Clothing, (lien you will uduilt J on have never seen iinythlng to njual them, . ' ' 'Tiny 'lire In two nnd three-pleee Nulls,' W ORSTEDS, CHEVIOTS, I OASSISKES, FJiANMfLS, r'KI-JNCH AM'ACA, SELF STIMl'E mill . BLUE SEK'KS. ' The Inlost Mil iiiitteriiN jln stripes nnd cherts. .'"'"rrhpy nre UicZproduet of the best makers, the iniiterliils ore ex '.jceNonj, the tailoring funltleftM, the stylos pleattlng to the. (juH and to the tiiNhloriiible 'dressers . . . ' III Wiftv liirVrOKfr every mini to purtlelme In this great rlolh. "ing went. -J'JhIii to say, we give good, solid, Jionest value, and value sticks out nil over our clothing. Prices range from $41.50 to $21.50 and worth from 40 to 0 per rent more. Before buying any clothliMr look at our goods and prices. It will convince you of our great money savers. OPEN EVENINGS. The Leader, Building, opp. Japanese Consulate. Fort Street near Iteretanla, Harrison WHEN 00 DRINK you want to drink the best, such aa CRESTA BLANCA and INGLEN00K WINES, KING WILLIAM SCOTCH WHISKEY, MUMM'S CHAMPAGNE, which we carry. We also carry a full line of other Wines and Liquors, and deliver to any part of the city. U & CO., Limited t Phone 2026 - - Queen Street Order Cream Pure Rye Soldo? LOVEJOY AND CC. PRIMO BEER Not Exactly a Clean Shave "Why Is your grandpa's face bandaged?" asks the lady next door. "He was sleeping in his lig chair," explains the little girl, "and Willie turned th- nozzle of the VACUUM CLEANER against his whiskers." ' , This reminds us that we have just received another shipment of those wonderful Magic Electric Vacuum Cleaners The simplest, lightest, most effective, inexpensive, noiseless and durable suction cleaner made. It will clean carpets, ru ;s, polished floors, walls, rollings, fur niture of any sort, heddin curtains, clothing, pictures In fact, everything in the house. It is furnished with special nozzles for the different work It lias to do. It has a wide nozzle nnd will pick up largo scraps of pap. r, cloth cuttings, thread, lint, matches, toothpicks and all such articles that get on every Iloor. 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