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THE MAUI NEWS
SATURDAY, MAY 6, 1905
Mix it Yourself and You know its Good.
"Kinloch" is not a ready-mixed
paint, and in buying it you pay a
RPr AIICF 14 year-old boy can mix the
DLtAUOb "Kinloch" and the oil; Simply
stir them together, gallon for gallon, no more, no less,
and nothing else; and you have an absolutely pure
linseed oil paint ready for the brush. All the neccessary
driers, turpentine, etc. (everything except the raw
oil) are already ground into the Kinloch Paint.
"Pure Linseed Oil is the whole
T.ifo nnH 1") n nihil it, v of anv
fair price for the Concentrated and Pure Paint alone,
and the market price for Raw Linseed Oil, and know
what you are getting instead of paying tho ready
mixed paint price for the canned "oil" that constitutes
half its bulk, when the market price for the pure oil
is only about one-third that you have to pay for the
canned oil in the ready -mixed.
Paint" the practical painter's commonest axiom and
when you buy "Kinloch" and get the Raw Oil separate
ly, you thus remove almost the soul source of
paint adulteration, and secure your own absolute
knowledge and guarantee of the basis upon which all
paint durability is founded.
IOO lbs. Lead at 8c
5 1-4 Cals. Oil at 75c , ,
1-4 Gal Dryer , , ,
Makes 6 3-4 Cals. Paint for
Or $1.82 per Gal.
One gallon of Kinloch Paint,
Points of Liquor Law,
( HONOLULU, April 26. Here
with will be tound, in the briefest
possible form, the heads of the new
liquor law for the information of these
The issuance by the Treasurer ot
licenses to those entitled to them is
made compulsory, instead of discre-tiona-y,
The license fee is reduced from
$1000 to 1500 per year for wholesale,
and the retail fee is the same.
Manufacturers' licenses are grant
ed on payment of an annual fee of
No person under twenty one years
of age, no person who has been con
victed of a felony or of gross cheat,
no person who has been twice con
victed of drunkness shall be given a
license, nor shall a license be issued
to any person employing a person
who is disqualified.
A Federal internal revenue tax
receipt is taken as competent evi
dence that the person holding it is
Any one who purchases liquor
from an unlicensed dealer is lined
one hundred dollars.
A special license of one hundred
dollars a year is issued to establish
ments which sell liquor in orlgina
-packages only, such as steamships
and other places outside the city.
But these licenses will not be issued
for Honolulu and other towns.
A right of action for damages is
established for persons who sell
liquor to habitual drunkards.
District Magistrates must notify
the Treasurer when a person is con
victed ot drunkness, such notification
to be in writing, and upon receiving
a second notification the Treasurer
must notify all liquor dealers that
such person is an habitual drunkard,
and it shiil then be unlawful to sell
If an habitual drunkard is con
WELL DRESSED IS HALF THE BATTLE
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, . And win in the end . . . .
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mixed with one gallon of oil, makes two gallons of paint ready for use, each gallon of which will usually cover, with two coats; 300
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victed a third time, he can be held
in conGrement until he discloses the
name of the dealer who sold him
liquor. Proceedings are then to be
taken against the dealer.
A husband, wife, son, daughter,
brother,-aister, guardian or parent,
of any person harmfully addicted to
liquor may notify saloon keepers of
bis condition after which notification
it is unlawful to sell him liquor.
Minors cannot buy liquor, nor be
employed in liquor stores.
Any person who purchases liquor
illicitly made or sold is criminally
There shall be no license to sell
liquor at any place wit Yin 150 feet
of a church or schoolhouse; against
the protest of a majority of the
voters in any voting precinct where
it is proposed to locate the saloon;
nor without the written consent of a
majority of the property holders
within a thousand feet of the pro
posed bar, excepting at sites within
half a mile of the nearest postoffice,
where the consent of a majority of
the property owners within 150 feet
The penalty for violating the pro
visions of the act is in most cases a
fine of a thousand dollars, or im
prisonment for one year, or both.
The closing hour for saloons is at
11 o'clock at night, and of course
they can sell no liquor on Sunday.
Honolulu April 27. The following
is the list of "pocket vetoes" for the
session just ended. These are bills
which passed both houses but did
not receive the governor's signature
before the session ended.
Senate hill No. 7 an act to amend
sections 2407, '2423, 2424 and 2503
of the Revised Laws of Hawaii.
Senate bill No. 10 to repeal sec
tions 1419 and 1426 both inclusive,
and sections 1135 and 1436 of the
Revised Laws of Hawaii, relating to
the manufacture and sale of intoxl
Senate bill No. 48, providing li
censes. Senate bill No. 116 relating to laud
Senate bill No. 117 to allow vistors
to the ieper settlement at my time
under restrictions and to provide a
comfortable visiting room to accomo
date the same.
Senate bill No, 135 to provide for
the protection of the public from
automobiles, and other motor ve
hicles. House bill No. 126 to amend sec
tion 1177 of the Revised Laws rela
ting to the appointment of a Regis
trar of Pubic Accounts.
House bill No. 147 to amend chap
ter 116 of the Revised Laws relating
to attorneys, by adding to said chap
ter a new section to be known as
section 1703 A.
House bill No. 196 to authorize
the appointment of a commission .to
compile and revise the laws of the
Territory of Hawaii relative to taxa
Ilouse bill No. 205 authorizing rail
road companies to operate their
railroads by motive power other
I than steam.
House bill No. 210 for the relief of
C. M. Kai.
House bill No. 218 to amend sec
tions 5 and 7 of Act 18 of the extra
session of the legislature of the Terr
tory, of Hawaii, 1903, session Uws of
1905, entitled. '"An Act making
special appropriations for the use
of the government of the Territory
of Hawaii during the two years
which will end with the thirtieth day
of June, A. D. 1905" approved the
11th day of July A. D. 1903.
Joint Resolution re Catholic Mis
Joint Resolution re naming Execu
five building as Iolani Hale.
One Cal. "KINLOCH"
One Cal. Raw Oil , ,
Makes 2 Cals. Paint for
Or SI.50 per Cal.
Change In Primary Rules.
Honolulu May 1. In addition to
the call issued,by the chairman of the
Republican Territorial Central Com
mittee a letter of instructions has
gone forward to each Republican
Precinct Club throughout the Terri
tory of Hawaii, notifying the presi
dent and officers of certain rules and
regulations which are now in force
governing primary elections.
One of the most important features
of the matter is contained in Section
9, Article 1, of the Rules and Regula
tions, which provides as follows:
"That the names of all candidates
who have been duly nominated shall
be placed in alphabetical order on
one ballot, the same to be of one size
and color, and to be printed or type
written by the Executive Committee
of the Precinct Club at the expense
of the candidates, the number of bal
lots to he at least twice as many as
the number of voters on the roll of
the Precinct Club. And as soon as
practicable before the time cf open
ing the polls, said Executive Commit
tee or its chairman shall deliver said
ballots to the judges of election, and
only such ballots shall be used."
"Section 9a' Art. 1. At each pri
mary election, the judges shall pro
vide a place for the voters to mark
their ballots, and no person shall be
allowed to approach a voter while
preparing his ballot nearer than ten
feet, and no voter shall leave the
polling place without first delivering
his ballot already folded to one of the
The rules then provide that the
judges shall deposit the ballot with
out openicg the same and conduct
the election ss far as practicable un
der the Drovisions of the election law
of the Territory.
"Section 9b, Art. 1. All persons
not voting be kept ten feet from the
ballot box, and no person other than
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the Judges of election and the candi
dales shall bo permitted within such
space during the counting of the
"Section 9c, Art. 1. A voter shall
designate his choice for delegates to
tho county convention by marking a
cross, this X, on the right hand side
of the ballot, opposite the name or
names of the candidate or candidates
for whom he desires to vote."
These provisions are important
and have been added to the rules
since tli2 last election, and they show
that tfie republican organization,
even without a Territorial frimary
Law, favors honest election.
Will Be a Sober City.
ST. LOUIS, Mo.. April 17. Sober,
but sad, St. Louisans realized to day
that the lid has been nailed down
over the city for tho next four years
or so long as Folk remains in the
executive chair. The Police Court
showed one of the good effects of the
Sunday closing, as there were not
half the number of arrests in this
city, with a population of 600.000,
yesterday as there were in East St.
Louis, with its population of 30,000.
Folk is so well satisfied with the
first dry Sunday in St. Louis that he
has t-xtended the closing to the coun
ty and called the attention of Sheriff
Horpel to the law on the subject,
giving him strict orders to enforce
it. The Sheriff said this evening he
would be good and close up the
saloons, though on Saturday he had
stated positively that there was to
be no interference with the bibulously
inclined in his bailiwick. There were
but six arrests for violation of the
closing order. The licenses of the
offenders will be revoked this week
In his order to the Sheriff the Gov
ernor said if he lacked force to carry
out the law, to call on the executive
and all needed assistance would be
square feet of surface.
forthcoming. He said that the law
must be enforced as long as it re
mains on the books.
Capital Ready for Chicago.
CHICAGO, Aprill 7. -Mayor Dunne
today received the first offer from
the head of a large banking company
for the purchase of Mueller bill certi
ficates. These certificates were au
thorized by the Mueller law, under
which the city is authorized to pur
chase or build street railways and it
is by their sale that the city expects
to raise the money necessary for
municipal ownership of the car lines.
The offer came from at prominent
banker of New York, and contained
along with the offer to purchase the
certificates, a proposition to organize
a syndicate and mirohase all of the
securities which the city may find it -
necessary to float In the establish-
nient of its municipal street railway
"Do you like going to school,
Johnny?" asked the visitor.
"Yes, sir," answered the truthful
urchin, "and I like coming home, too,
but I don't like stayin' there between
times." Chicago News,
Parson Isn't, the Lord good, boys,
to send this snow so you can have
Boy Yes, parson; and what is
better, He has sent you this way in
a silk hat. Puck.
Tommy Ma, I wish you'd give me
Mother Tommy! Didn't i tell you
not to ask for any cake?
Tommy I ain't askin;' I'm jest
wishm.' Philadelphia Ledger.
"Dear Teacher Kindly excuse
Minnie for having been absent yester
day, as she fell in the mud on her way
to school. By doing the same you
will oblige her mother." Tit Bits.