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HONOLULU STAR-BULLETIN, TCESDAT, OCT. 8, 1012.
Io you want to tain the rr-Hin-ct
and confidence of your
A Savings Account with us will
help you to do so.
It is evidence of your ability to
take care of your own money,
and therefore belters your
chances with your employer.
Bank of Hawaii, Ltd.
Factory on the Premises
A. N. Santord,
Boston Building Fort Street
Over May & Co.
The varnish of highest quality.
Made for finest wopk in resi
dences, office buildings, hotels
and all structures where quality
The perfection of
t . J Tt 4 V ,J' ' "
J77 S KING 8T.
Is now located In its new build
ing,: 116118 HOTEL STREET.
General Catering of the Highest:
! K ' Newly Opened . . , , , ;
The German Nursery
':''v '-(jr. Tejfoldssy) - ? '
Flower Arrangements, Ferns, Palms
.' and Cut'Flbwers " 1
PALM BUILDING,, Tel. 4165
Nursery, 2222 Nuuanu, Tel. 1656
ANTON, STANGE A BROTHER
German Confectionery, and
All -work, done under the personal
supervision of our. expert
1183 Alakea Street nr. Beretanta
P. John Hee will open the
at Pauaht street,, near Fort, on
September 20, The cafe will be
open -day, and night . ..
Dr. T. IIITA1IURA
Offices 1412 Nuuanu St, cor. Vineyard
Office Hours: I to 12 a. 7 to S
p. m. Sundays by appointment.
Residence: 50 N. Vineyard Street,
r office. Telephoo 2613; P. O. Box
Rheumatic pains are aggravated by
coli1.. damp weather and many hard
working, middle-aged people are
made miserable during much of the
winter and spring months by reason
of this. Their suffering may be very
much relieved, and in many cases per.
manently, by applying Chamberlain's
Pain Balm and massaging the parts
with the palm of the hand at each ap
plication. This relieves the pain and
makes 8ieep and rest jossible. For
sale by all dealers. Henson, Smith &
Co., Ltd., agents for Hawaii.
ETerythlngr In the printing llnf nt
Star-Hulletln, Alalca street; branch,
40 Cow Feed Plant
25 - thousand gal.
100-ton Ensilage Silo
No. 16 Bailey Feed
30-f t. Feed Elevator
4-6 Gasoline Engine
100 - gal. Water
Milk will soon be
GEO. li. PARIS
150 towels to the roll.
Made of tough tissue.
i Best paper towels on the mar
: .: t i 4
1 Hawaiian, News Co.
, - Alex. - Young, Building
Arts & Crafts Shop,
Pantheon Block, FortSt.
. 1140 FORT STREET
has the best Home-made, Bread,
German Pretzels, and . Coffee
Cake. Be sure and ring up 2124.
1129 FORT STREET
A 4 -bed room bouse and well-improved
lot on Pua St. $2800.
A cottage and lot (100x100) planted
in bearing, fruit trees, in. Nuuanu
tract $10C0. A bargain.
A few good-sized cheap lots on Ou
lick St.. Kalihi, at from $150 to $525
each. Easy terms.
Half a dozen cheap lota in Nuuanu
tract at original prices.
A 4-bedroom, mosquito-proof house,
witb all latest improvements, in the
choicest part of Kalihi. $35.
By Oct. 1, a brand-new, partly-furnished,
fhosquito-proof cottage, with
sewer connection, gas and electric
lights, alongside Kam. Boys' School,
one block from car-line. $35.
J. H. SCHNACK. 137 Merchant Street
are made on the latest London, Paris
and New York Custom Lasts.
REGAL SHOE 8T0RE
King and Bthl SrMt
Office in the Mutual Telephone
Co.'s building open from 7 a.
-m. to 5:30 p. m. on week days
and from 8 to 10- on Sunday
morning. Messages for ships
nt sea received up to 11 every
SIDELIGHTS ON THE CAMPAIGN'
AS SEEN FROM SAN FRANCESCO
Star-Bulletin's California Cor
respondent Talks of Poli
tics and Humor
By E. N. SMITH.
fS- .al St;ir-luIWin Corr'spmiInn
SAN FRANCISCO. Cal.. Sept. 27.
We've all pretty nearly made up our
i 'inds how we'll tag ourselves in Nov
ember, but even so. that doesn't take
away from the enjoyment one can get
in listening to the .thrusts and gibes,
and smashes and verbal sledge ham
per blows the stump speakers deal
out I've been attending a lot of poft
tic al rallies lately, just to learn how
narrow and how big my politicil be
liefs were. I've been jarred to thin'
how small I've been, and I've smiled
with smug satisfaction to know that
Eryan, or Taft or Roosvelt thinks the
way I do. I've blushed when a wom
en derided what I thought were sin
cere beliefs, and blushed again when
an equally illuilrous feminine com
mended some inward thoughts.
If you're for Roosevelt you shrieked
aloud, as did many about me, when
t consigned an opposing Californian
to thf Ananias Club. Then along
comes Adam Bede and tells you "With
Roosevelt lying isn't a habit it's -a
"We stand at Armageddon and we
iifcht on the side of the Lord 'thunder
ed Roosevelt, while a blatant sur-Yo;-nding
crew of illiterate politicians
looked wonderingly as, though to ask.
"Where in hell is Armageddon and
whose the candidate from that dis
t'ict?" And then comes back the cry
a night or two later from a wit speak
er. "This Bull Moose you knov is 1"
per cent moose and 99 per cent Bull.
Not bad you see, no matter where
your sympathies be. "Taft is a lalge
jody surrounded by men who know
exactly what they want" insinuated a
Bull Moose. And Adam Bede came
back. . "I organized a company of boy
.scouts back in Minnesota, and the first
thing I did was to provide them with
a gymnasium with wrestling mats and
boxing gloves and everything that
goes with the presidency."
Now Comes Berger.
I Now comes Berger, the Socialist
Congressman, wno spoke here night
before last "Tait is honest but unable
.to see anything, but his own side. Wil
son will be a tool of the capitalists
and be another Cleveland. Rooatsvelt
thinks trusts are a natural outcome
of conditions, but those that support
him are good traits and those in op
position are bad?" ' .
Believe that? Then you must be a
Now listen to John Harlan, son of
the former jurist "Roosevelt bosses
his popularity on the crowds that turn
out to hear him. About the same sized
crowds attend Ringliru: Bros, circus.
The only differences between the two
is that Ringling's have the greatest
show on earth and Roosevelt has no
show at all,"
Score for arlan.
"Xjovl should vote for Taft: you peo
ple of California, if for no other rea
son than he gave you the Panama
Pacific World's, fair." Great cheers
for Harlan and. Taft.
Enter Frank Henry with this intro
ductiom "I. present to you Theodore
Roosevelt, the man who made the
world's fair possible by building the
Tremendous- noise from the Bull
Mooses and the "Moocerines."
At To Wilson.
Haven't heard much about Wilson
yet, have you? Well as Bryan ex
plained it the other day in a speech
in Sah Francisco. "To proceed in a
logical manner I can discuss Wilson
who will serve a first term if elected,
Taft who will serve a second term if
elected, and noosevelt who will serve
as long as be can. The Chicago Re-!
publican convention began, as a trag
edy, ended as a comedy. For a while
I was alarmed lest the contending
factors die of laughter."
"Wilson stands for one term'' de-'
clared Bryan. "What little forms there
are in the so-called third term move
ment is taken from the Democratic
platform. That platform is fostered
t j Democratic ideals, and Woodrow
Wilson is the logical man. to carry
out these ideals constructively
"Professor Wilson" sneers Roose- i
velt, with the accent on the professor, j
intimating to the common people !
whom he loves. "What can a Pro-1
fersor know of the practical things of
life," a clever hit of psychology, when
repeated and reiterated.
"Wilson is an amiable and cultivat
ed man, but the theory of government
which he professes in a theory pro
posed in a few universities a genera
tion after it had been abandoned by
every man and woman engaged in
p aetieal work for social betterment."
Drawing a Bede.
Here comes Adam Bede with
"Theodore yells for us to have lis
families, and then the first thing he
does is to bring on a panic so they
cxn t be clothed or fed."'
And he continues apropos of things
in general "Talk about the high cost
o? living. I saw a sign in the New
York street cars .calling attention to
a fine of $oo for spitting on street
cars and a few years ago we spit lor
"The Socialist party is the only one
that has recognized woman's suffrage
j-ince ISfiO," declared Congressman
T-erger's wife from the local platform.
Here's Bryan again: "Taft has
made so many mistakes that one more
or less wouldn't count. Roosevelt's
glaring defect is that he is too trust
ful of himself, and no man has better
reason to doubt his own judgment in
selecting presidents than Roosevelt,
himeelf. Now he wants to be reward
ed for havinu put a failure in t lit
fh'tVs another string of LledeV:
"The Democrats look good to me thi
var localise I'm an optimist but
I'm not enough of au optimist to be
lieve in Kootl coming from their being
in jower. I believe in two strong
panies, one in iower and the other
watchine it. I believe the Demo
trats make the beat watchers."
And here's the other fist: "Theo
dore Roosevelt wasn't within gunshot
of San Juan hill when the battle was
on, and he hadn't been that neax to
a fact since. We've been electing nim
on things that didn't happen."
Necessarily all sieakers dwelt on
modern conditions, and back . and
iorth, the buck flew as each party
trie! io blame the other for the pres
ent pleasant condition where it is so
easy to enjoy one'sself at. a high cost.
Everything was touched upon from
auiomobiling to living in high priced
hotels where luxury has taken' the
place of refinement.
"Most Americans think today that
if they buy an automobile the govern
ment ought to make the repairs.
Many an American pays more for
gasoline than his grandfather did for
groceries. Don't ask for civilization
on the half shell and then complain
of the cost."
Naturally it's impossible to have
any political fracas and omit the wo
men. They'll, "fracas" whenever the
opportunity offers. They got up a
political debate and rally inr San
Francicso for women, and the latter,
far bolder than mere man, put a re
presentative of each candidate on the
platform and right .then and there
everybody had it out.
Gertrude Atherton, the authoress,, a
Democrat, opined thusly: "The rear
son. Woodrow Wilson is not undej
stood better is that he is not always
using the pronoun. T; and secondly,
because he writes so well. I hope!
will not be tempeted to call Mr.
Roosevelt a liar, but I would suggest
that as the distinguished founder of
the Ananias Club it ia now time for
him to assume the presidency, of that
organization. Roosevelt, at 50 odd
years, looks like a: cave man; Wilson
has a clear-cut, keen, civilized face."
Mrs. Calkins Brooke, the Socialist
tpeaker, declared that "Roosevelt
asks women to forget the seven
tragic years of his reign; to think
of him as a creature fresh, from God,
with eyes newly opened to behold a
woman. Do not go to the polls like
an enfranchised Trilby- and vote for
any . one of the three capitalistic Sven
gaJis, but vote for the co-operative
commonwealth, ' the kingdom of
heaven , on earth."
One Woman's- Epigram
man. looks upon, the tariff as some
thing that she has inherited,, like a
pug nose and, black, walnut furniture."
And here's the trusting i. statement
of the Progressive speaker, Mrs. Ida
Finney Mackville: "The Democrats
have only a niam The Progressives
have both the man and the platform
a definite, sacred covenant) with the
people. Roosevelt is one of the great
souls who prepared the ground for
Just the speaking wasn't the whole
thing in that convention not by -fc
Men were served with due notice
that the day of the spell-binding and
baby-kissing politician was past Wo
men might be swept off their, feet by
temporary emotion, but underneath
was a woman's clear sense, and, firm
faith in righteousness. ,
The women themselves admitted
they were all idealists and progress-,
ives. They differ in remedies, and
hey seek a sane, practical house
wifely solution of the immediate
Despite all arguments, they innate
ly hold some things are right, and
they demand that these things be
They haven't, according to them
selves, sunk so low as the men, jvho
will spend most of their time scrap-:;
ping about what particular man will
go all these things and it really
looks as though the- women were
right. . ,
BURMA RUBBER ON.
EXHIBIT IN NEW YORK
The Lower Burma Rubber Planters'
Association has decided to place au
exhibit in the forthcoming , New York
Rubber Exposition. The expenses of
the exhibition and of sending a re
presentative to New York would
amount to $2,330, of which the local
government will probably contribute
$1,330, lor which the sanction of the
Government of India is required. The
balance is to be raised by private sub
scriptions. It is suggested that the
stall should be a typical Burmese ex
hibit, carved teakwood posts and can
opy. a paffoda nuns: with rubber, and
a pamphlet about Burma as a rubber
growing country with photographs of
the difierent estates, etc.
The present conditions of laud ten
ure for rubber in Burma are eight
years' tree tenure, afterwards a rent
per acre of any amount up to a maxi
mum of ?s.:?i. The Lower Burma
Rubber Planters' Association will
ask the Government to fix the rent at
a definite rate, as a possibility of the
maximum being imposed, it is claim
ed, has seriously handicapped the
rubber industry by frightening away
capital. I here is an alternative su?-
gestion of an ad valorem duty bein?
imposed. This, it is feared, would at-!
feet the producing estate consider-;
ably, and from their point of view the'
maximum tent would be nreferable.'
At present there is no guaranty from
the Government thai an ad valorem
will tmi ln imposed in ounce
lion with the ivn; of $,.:! per acre.
Consul General Michael's Report.
Uara'd on antvrom frntri (ho. sneo(h I
of Mra. Alice Prescott Smith the Re-!2Incn' douDle Jacket, cotton, cover
Ixi Fire Hose. la. (50)
At 12 o'clock noon, Saturday. Oc
tober .6. 19ir. at the front door to
the Capitol Building. Honolulu, there
will bt sold at public auction under
Van V. of the Land Act of 1S95. Sec
tions inclusive. Revised IJkws
of Hawaii, a general lease of a por
tion of the land of Honouli-wai, Mo
lokai. containing an area of 630.0
acres, more or less.
I'pset rental. $157.50 ier annum;
payable semi-annually tn advance.
Term of lease, 15 years from No
vember 1. 1912.
This lease will contain a clause re
quiring fencing along the
The purchaser shall pay the cost of register and confirm her title in the
advertising. following-described land:
Reservation regarding land required! Lot on the East corner of Anapunl
for homestead, reclamation, settle-1 and Dominis Streets, Honolulu, Oahu.
ment or public purposes, will be em-'Lots 47 and 4S of the Anapuni Sub
bodied in this lease.
Fort map and further particulars,
apply at the office of the Commis
sioner of Public Lands, Honolulu.
JOSHUA D. TUCKER,
Commissioner of Public Lands.
Dated at Honolulu, September 23,
5349 Sept 24; Oct 1. 8, 15, 22, 25
At 12 o'clock noon, Saturday, Octo
ber 26, 1912, at the front, door, to the
Capitol Building.. Honolulu,, there will
be sold at public auction 'under Part
V. of the Land. Act of 1895, Sections
278-285 inclusive. Revised Laws of
Hawaii, a general lease of the Gov
ernment remnant situated at Moloaa,
Kauai, and containing an area of 300.0
acres, more or less
Upset rental, $75 per annum; pay
able semi-annually in advance.
Term of lease,' 15 years from No
vember 1. 1912.
This lease will contain the clause
requiring fencing . between this land
and the Government' forest reserve.
. The purchaser shall pay. the cost
Reservation regarding land required
r hnmoetoori i.motUn -
for homestead, reclamation, settle
ment or public purposes will be em
bodied in this lease..
For map and . further particulars,
apply at the office of the Commission
er of Public Lands, Honolulu. ;" t.;
JOSHUA D. TUCKER,,
Commissioner of Public Lands.
j 'Dated at Honolulu, September. 23,
5349 Sept 24; Oet 1, 8, IS. 22, 25 ,
PROPOSALS. FOh p I RE HOSE.
Sealed proposals will be. received at
the office of the City and ; County
Glerk, Mclntyre . Building, Honolulu.,
Territory of Hawaii; until 12 o'clock
m. Thursday, October 24, 1912, for fur
nishing (3,000).. three , thousand feet
fifty-foot lengths, fitted, with first-class
couplings,, having' full water-way ex
pansion rings, and to fit tie city fire
hydrants.. ' .
' Tenders to be marked "Proposals
For Fire. Hose" and to be, accompa
nied with sample of hose and,: coup
lings and a statement of the. pressure
hose is guaranteed, to withstand.;
Each bidder must submit with, his
proposal a. certified check for the sum
of five per cent. (5) of the amount
bid, payable to the City and County
Clerk of the City and County ot iHo
nolulu. The right is reserved to reject any
or all tenders. .
D. KALAUOKALANI JR.,'
Clerk, City and County of Honolulu.
Honolulu, .T-iL, October, 7,,191Z . ,
CORPORATldH NOTICE8 '
ELECTION OF OFFICERS. Z
Oahu Railway and Land. Company.
Notice is hereby given that at the
annual meeting of the stockholders of
the Oahu Railway and Land: Com
pany, held on August 30, 1912, the
following officers and directors were
elected to serve during the ensuing
B. F. Dillingham
President and Director
M. P. Robinson
1st Vice-President and Director
H. M. von Holt
. . . 2nd Vice-President and Director
F. A. Schaefer
...3rd Vice-President and Director
A. W. Van Valkenburg
...Secretary. Auditor and Director
W. F. Dillingham
Treasurer and Director
J. A. Gilman Director
E. A. Mott-Smith Director
F. C. Atherton Director
W. F. DILLINGHAM,.
Dated, Honolulu, August 30. 1912.
5349 Sept 24. Oct 1, 8
Pearl Harbor Traction Company,
The annual meeting of the Pearl
Harbor Traction Company. Limited,!
will be held at the office of the Ho-1
nolulu Rapid Transit and Land Com-
pany, 609 Stangenwald building, Ho
nolulu, on Wednesday, October 9,
1912, at 11 a. m.
ALFRED L. CASTLE.
Secretary, Pearl Harbor Traction
5355 Oct 1, 2, 8
BEST FOR A COLD.
When you have a bad cold you want
the best medicine obtainable so as to
cure if with as little delay as possible.
You will make no mistake if you se
lect Chamberlain's Cough Remedy.
You are certain to be pleased with
the prompt relief which it affords. It
is plensaht to the tristo and is en
tirely harmles.-. I'.r .-.ate by nil deal
ers. Hensnn, Smith Co., Ltd.,
agents for Hawaii.
No. 23. TERRITORY OF HAWAIL I
COURT OF LAND RGISTUAl lO.W
TERRITORY OF HA'VAII o FAMES
T. CRAWLEY; EMMA SILVA;
MRS. NINA L. D. FRASER; U
GUST W. MEYER; W. H. CAMP
BELL; MISS IDA G. MACDON
ALD; MISS EDNA I. ALLYN;
DANIEL BELLEW; TERRITORY
OF HAWAII, by Alexander Lind
say, Jr.. Attorney General, and Mar
ston Campbell, Superintendent of
Iublic Works; CITY AND COUNTY
OF HONOLULU, by Joseph J. Fern.
Mayor and President of the Boar
of Supervisors; and to ALL whom
it may concern:
WHEREAS. A petition has been
presented to said Court by CATHER
INE MCALPINE FARRINGTON, to
division. Portion of L. C. A. 824L
Section 2, Apana 2, to John Ii.
Beginning at an iron bolt at the
West comer of this lot and the East
corner of Anapunl and Dominis
Streets, said bolt being by true axi
muth and distance -262 32' 31.32 feet
from the center of the sewer man
bole at the intersection of Anapunl
and Dominis Streets, and the coor
dinates of said point of beginning
referred to Government Survey Trig.
Station "Makikl" are 2203.90 feet
South and 142.00 feet West and run
ning by true azimuths :
1. 224 53150.0 feet along Anapunl
Street to an Iron bolt; . '
2. 318 lt' 125.9 feet along Lot 46
of the Anapuni Subdivision to
an iron ; bolt; . V. :
3. 44 53V' 150.0 feet along Lots 38
and 37 of the Anapuni Subdi
vision to an iron bolt (Inner
edge); . ; .
4. 138 16' 125.9 feet along Dominis
Street to the point of begin
nlng. . Area. 18,852 . square
feet... ! , . ;-;
YOU ARE. HEREBY cited to ap
pear at the . Court of Land Registra
tion,' to be held at the City and County
of .Honolulu on the 21st day of. Octo
; UnToon to show cause. Tflmy you
I anernoon,. io snow cause ii any you
have,, why the- prayer of said petition
should - not , be granted.. And ; unless
you appear at sid Court, at. the time
and . place aforesaid your default will
be recorded, and the said petition. will
be : taken as confessed, and you will
be forever barred from contesting said
petition or any U decree entered
thereon.;. . : 'v.y ;:r
Witness the . Honorable WILLIAM
U WHITNEY. Judge of said Court,
this 23rd day of September,; In. the
year nineteen hundred and twelve.; if-
Attest . with, Seal oft. said Court:
(Seal) JOHN MARCALLINO; Regis
trar. . - - v.--;
5349Sept 24; Oct 1, 815
IN THE CIRCUIT COTJRTV; FIRST
Circuit, Territory ot Hawaii.- In Pro
bate. At Chambers, No.. 4414.. In; the.
matter oi xne estate or. wane sturen
beck, Deceased.; On reading and fik
ing .the Petition . and Accounts. of
James L. ' McLean, Executor of the
Estate -ot .Marie Sturenbeck,. wherein
petitioner asks. to. be allowed $588.50
and charged .with 41412.09 and- skJ
that the same be examined- and ap
proved, and that a final order.be made
of .Distribution ot the remaining prop
erty . to ; the persons thereto : entitled
and discharging petitioner, and- lure
ties front all further responsibility
herein: It - is- Ordered,- that Monday,
the 12th day of November, A. Dj 1912,
at. 9. o'clock a. m., before the 'Judge
presiding at Chambers of said Court
ajt his courtroom' In the old y. M.. C.
A. building, In Honolulu, County 'of
Honolulu, be and the same hereby . Is
appofflted the time and place for hear
Ing said Petition and Accounts, and
that all persons interested may, then
and there appear and show cause, If
any. they have, why the same should
not be granted. By the Court; -AK.
AONA. Clerk. - (Seat) Dated the 1st
day of October, 1912. Smith,' Warren
& Hemenway, attorneys for petitioner.
5355 Oct 1, 8, 15, 22 r v
f JN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
First Circuit, Territory of Hawaii.
At Chambers. In . Probate. -In'., the
matter , of 'the Estate of Charles Simp
son, Deceased, Order! of Notice, of
Hearing Petition, for Probate of Wilt
A Document purporting to be the Last
Will and Testament of Charles Simp
son, deceased, having, on the 16th day
of September, A. D. 1912. been- pre
sented to said Probate Court,' and a
Petition for Probate thereof,, praying
for the issuance cf Letters Testamen
tary to Mary E. Simpson, having been
fi.'ed by Mary E. Simpson; It is Or
dered, that Monday, the 21st day of
October, A. D. 1912, at 9 o'clock a. m.
of said day, at the courtroom of said
Court in the old Y. M. C. A. building
in the City and County of Honolulu,
be and the same is hereby appointed
the time and place for proving said
Will and hearing said application. By
the Court: J. MARCALLINO, Clerk,
First Circuit Court. Dated, Honolulu,
September 16. 1912.
5343 Sept 17. 24; Oct 1, 8
Night and Day Phone: 1329
71 BERETANIA r r ,
THE HARRISON MUTUAL
From 1 to 10 years old... $2.50
From 10 to 30 years bid... 3.50
From 30 to 40 years old. . . 4.50
From 40 to 50 years old... 5.50
From 50 to 60 years old. . . 6.60
J. D. Marques, Pres.
J. H. Townsend, Secy.
"No U6e locking the stable door af
ter the horse is stolen." "I should say
that wan the very lime to lock it. fltey
rnitit come back after the automo
bile." Washington Herald.
'HULK AND RrXiULATIOtf Or
BOARD OF COMMISSION!::
AGRICULTURE AND FORI
CONCERNING THE CO NTH C
1 N S KCT A N D OT1 1 ER VEG ET
PESTS IN THE TERIUTO r.
The Board of Commissioner c
riculture ani Forestry of the '.
tory of Hawaii hereby make C
lowing rules and regulations fc
purpose of controlling and dlmin
I .or eradicating injurious Ir
blights, scales and pests, injurk
liable to become injurious, to t
plants, or other vegetation of '
and the fruit thereof.
Section i. In view of the prr
of Injurious Insects, blights, seal
pests which are a detriment or
may become a: detriment to the
cultural Industries ; of , the Trr
and for the purpose of prevent:
diminishing the damage and losa
able by them, all Inspectors and
duly appointed .agents of the
of Agriculture and Forestry are
by empowered to enter at all r
able times any and all farr. -.
chards and premises In said Ter
where there are agricultural z
and products, for the purpes? t
specting trees, plants cuttin;s, -fruits,
vegetables, tubers, roots,
and other 'agricultural growt!::
products thereon. ;
Section X.. Whenever such Ir.J
insects,: blights, scales, or r. :
discovered on any premises, :
tors and other 'duly appointed
of the Board of Agriculture t
estry shall advise . the growers
crops OQ such premises as to V
method; of reducing the dar
maybe caused thereby, and c '.
plants, cuttings, vines,- rest'
bers,-roots, - seeds or. leaves .
with any such! insect, biisht, .
pest, shaJl be destroyed at c
the gro er ? thereof by met.v. :
scribed by the Superintend:-',
tomology.upon the request cf :
inspector or agent ,
Section 3. .All inspectors t" '
duly appointed agents of. tns :
Agriculture and Forestry er i
empowered, to seize and C:
fruit, plant; cutting, vines v
tubers, roots, seeds, or lear: : :
with any such insects, bUt ,
or pests found in any ihi;rr.cr.l
part of the Territory.. .
. Section 4. Any person, Crr:
po ration violating the above r.
be guilty of a misdemeanor tr
conviction .thereof shall be r
by; a fine, not to. exceed Five i:
Dollars,' as provided by section
the Revised Laws, as amend: ' '
82 of the Session Laws of i:
Act 112 of the Session Laws c
Section 5.v This rule shall t
feet upon its approval, by tl.
ernor. - . . .
, . .. ... ,i W. F. FI.
, ! '' ' ..' vGovernor of II
Honolulu, .Tenito-y, oL Uz
cemb091ir: I - f.
.. OFTH cwfu: L c : L ;
DOWNED BY THZ TZr.r.!",
- 5 HAWAII' AMD' LCCATZD C
wiHOnolulu vATcnrncr; ,
Adopted by tht Doard cf H2rt
' mrssloners, Sptmbr It, ;
Control of Pips Line.
(1) The i pipe Une shall t
the control of the Board c:
Commissioners, whose cm;!::
work In. conjunction with t
corporations, or Individuals t;
pipe line; so that every Uz.
be secured for the prompt c
rate despatch, of the delivery c.
or from ships or other users c.
olL ; , ' x.-.. '
Charges for Use of Lint,
r (2) For the first six months -use,
the charge shall be at tl
of;,0l per barrel of oil :
through the line either from t
tanks, or from tanks to ships, c :
users of fuel oiLf v After thlj i
the charge for the use of U -shall
be based to cover
-?t 1st - Cost - of operation, rz
nance and repair.
- 2nd. Interest on lnvestccnt
: depreciation-. f"J. " ; .
1 3rd." Refunding annually
amount equal to-1-20 of bond : i
for line, said s charge to be " C
mined: by the Board of llarbcr L
missioners. ; , -
Permits to Uss Lino.
(3) Permits to; use : the .pi J3
will be granted only to those f :
corporations or . individuals : wta
in a position to deliver, oil to cr f
vessels . berthed at Govern
wharves at a minimud . volumo
1000 barrels per hour.
Delivery of Oil To and From Ve:-
(4) Tf regulate deliver of fatl
to ships berthed at Covernr
wharves, no barge or oil tank, ve
or other container, will.be pernJ
to discharge oil to, or receive
from any vessel berthed at a Gov
ment wharf in, the .Harbor of II
lulu during such time as the 10 I
Oil PlperLine is in condition to r
erly receive oil from or deliver
to ships berthed at wharves ow:
or controlled by the Territory .of I.
walL : : '. : '
Chairman, Board of Harbor Come
EMIL A. BERNDT, '
Secretary, Board of Harbor Comrr?
sioners. , 5339-1
SOME DOCK, THIS.
An exchange states that the gre
floating dock for tie British navy r
centiy launched at Birkenhead, En
to be stationed ?.t Portsmouth, is t.1
largest floating dock in the world. :
covers an area of about two and
quarter acres, and its side walls are f
feet high. Its length over all Is 7
Teet, and 680 feet over the" blocks. T:
width at the entrance is 150 feet, a:
it has a lifting capacity of 4 0,C
tons, so that it will be able; to ta:
the largest supernl read nought y
Mult or designed. When submer'
for lifting the depth of water over t
sill at the entrance will be 40 feeu