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RULE AND REGULATION V THK ,
HOARD Ol' COMMISSIONERS Ol'i
AGRICULTURE AND HORESTRY,
CONCERNING THE IMPORTA
TION OR INTRODUCTION INTO
THE TERRITORY OF HAWAII i
OH 1IIRDS, REITIt.ES AND IN
SECTS INJURIOUS OR DETRI-'
MENTAL TO AGRICULTURE.
HORTICULTURE OR HORESTRY.
The Hoard of Commissioners of Agri-
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following Rule and Regulation:
SECTION 1. Eorthe purpose of pre J
sviug and protecting tbe forests and
Ule. IKticuurrtt nmi hotticuHural in-
j teresls of the Tertittity of Hawaii, nil
peisous, companies and cor)orntions nre
. li.T,1it nrfililliilfil from ittinnrtiiif. or ill.
lriM,chlK lU, lhc TerrUor). r Hawaii ()r
'"to "' 'f it!l V' oT lllt! I'rjo-t; ol
ileb.irkntion into the said Territory, nny
live animal or animals known ns "Hiving
Vox" (Pteropus) or "Hmit Eiting Hat,"
or any crustacean kuomiHs"LuiulCrab,"
or nny other animal, bird, reptile or In-
sect injurious, or liable to become in-
itiirious to lorests, trees, plants, or other
vegetation of value.
SECTION a. If any animal, bird,
reptile or insect is imported or introduced
inio the Territory of Hawaii, or into nny
of its ports for tbe purpose of debarkation
into the Territory of Hawaii, contrary to
law or this regulation, the same shall, in
the discretion of the Hoard of Com
missioners of Agriculture and Eorestry
or its duly authorized ngent, officer or in
spector, be immediately destroyed or
deported Ht the expense of the importer
or introducer, nml the person or persons
or corKration introducing or importing
the same shall be guilty of a misdemeanor
and shall be liable to the penalty or pen
alties piovided by law.
SECTION 3. This regulation shall
take efTect from and after the approval
tbereol by the Governor.
Honolulu, T. II., Oct. 19. 1904.
C. S. HOI.LOWAY,
October 95, J904,
GEORGE R. CARTER,
3-3 Governor of Hawaii.
RULE AND REGULATION, BY THE
HOARD OH COMMISSIONERS OH
AGRICULTURE AND HORESTRY,
CONCERNING THE IMPORTA
TION OR INTRODUCTION INTO
THE TERRITORY OH HAWAII
OH HRESII ERUIT FROM EAST
AND WEST INDIES, ASIA, AUS
TRALASIA. OCEANICA, MALAY
SIA, MEXICO, CENTRAL AND
The Hoard of Commissioners of Agri
culture and Forestry hereby make the
following Rule and Regulation:
SE-'TION I. For the purpose of pre
venting the introduction into the Terri
tory of Hawaii ol fruit Hies, their larvae
or pupae and other insects injurious or
liable to become injurious to trees,
plants, fruit or other vegetation of value,
I all persons, companies and corporations j
I are liereiiy proniimeit irom introducing
1 or importing into the Territory of Iln-j
wan, or into nny ol Its ports lor the pur- j
pose of debarkation into the s.iid Teiri
lory, any fresh fruit from East or West
Indies, Asia, Australasia, Oceanic.'!, Ma
laysia, Mexico, Central or South America.
SECTIONa. If any fresh fruit shall
be imported or introduced into the Terri
tory of Hawaii, or into any ol its ports
for the purpose of debarkation into said
Territory, contrary to law or this regu
Intiou, the same shall, in the discretion
of the Hoard of Commissioners of Agri
culture and Forestry or its duly authorized
agent, officer or inspector, be immediately
destroyed or deported at the expense of
OAIIU, H. I. i the importer or introducer, and tbe per
I son or persons or corporation introducing
I or importing tbe same shall be guilty of
. n misdemeanor and shall be liable to I
the penally or penalties provided by law.
SECTION 3- This regulation shall
take effect from nml after the npptoval
thereof by the Governor.
Honolulu, T. IL. Oct. 19, 1904.
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) I.xecutlve Ollieer.
October 35, 1904,
GEORGE R. CARTER,
3.3 Governor of Hawaii.
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ROOSEVELT AND FAIRBANKS ARE ELECT
REPUBLICAN VICTORY GENERAL KUROKI IS .
Ilonohihi, Nov. 10. livery Republican candidate on tlie Island of
Oaliu was elected by an overwhelming til jority. kanai went solidly Tot
ithc KcpuliHcnn ticket, so did Maui, Molukai and I.auai. On this Island
ini'lci'nic Knliin received over a thousand votes, mote tlinu both liisonno-
ncnts together. The news from the
the Prince kept up tlie, same pace iiom oneenuoi me group to incomer
lhc vote lor tlie delegate was as ioiiow.s:
Kuhio (R.) 3506 j
Iaukea (1).)! 1505
Notley (H. R.) 95 '
Lane, Dowsctt and Bishop, the RepttbV"ni candidates for Senators on
Oahtt, were easily elected. They ran remarkably even, Dowsett a little
in the lead. Dowsett had 3369 votes, I.ane 3284 nml Bishop 3219.
Cecil Brown's vote was 1796, leading the minority.
The Republican Representatives electc 1 from O.iliu are: Broad, Cox,
Kalawaia, Kaleiopu, Mahelona and Wan-rhmme.
Republicans Victorious Everywto re.
New York, 5:30 a. m., Nov. 9.
The Republicans have carried
Maryland and every other State
extcpt the Solid Soiithnnd will
have 325 votes in tlie Hlectoral
College. Their majority in the
House of Representatives will be
not less than fifty. Roosevelt .has
carried New York State by 185,000.
Parker's majority in the city is
only 35.000. The entire Republican
State ticket is elected
Missouri is doubtful. Congress
man Cowherd has been defeated.
Colorado goes Republican by
California Republican by 60,000.
Oregon, Republican, 30,000.
Wisconsin, Republican, 60,000.
Delaware, Republican, 3,000.
Utah, Republican, 7,000.
Vermont, Republican, 30,000.
North Dakota, Republican,
Iowa, Republican, 25,000.
Nebraska, Republican, 40,000. ,
WILL NOT BE
Washington, Nov. 8. President
be a candidate for re-election.
Folk Elected in Missouri.
New York, Nov. 9. Roosevelt's electoral vote of 325 will probably
be increased by the 18 electoral votes of Missouri, though Folk, Demo
crat, is safely elected Governor of the State by about 100.
California and Nevada Republican.
San Francisco, Cal., Nov. 9. California gave over 100,000 majority
for Roosevelt and elected eight Republican Congressmen. The I.eoisla-
, tures of California and Nevada will
Congress Is Republican.
New York. Nov. 9. Tlie Republican paity will have a safe majority
in the next House of Representatives. Roosevelt's plurality in Illinois
Maryland Still in Doubt.
Baltimore, Md., Nov. 11. The
It will require the official ballot to
Washington, Nov. 10. Roosevelt's popular plurality will be about
Result of Labor Troubles.
Denver, Col., Nov. 10. Governor Poabody, Republican candidate for
re-election, has been defeated.
Fusan-Seoul Railway Complete.
Tokio, Japan, Nov. 11. The Fusan-Seoul railway has been completed.
Boyd Attempts to Stow Away.
Honolulu, Nov. 10. Edward S. Boyd, convicted of embezzlement,
and who has been out on bail pending his appeal to the Supreme Court,
was surrendered to the authorities by his bondsmen today. It is thought
he may have been trying to stow away on the United States Transport
Sherman, bound for the Philippines.
Fushima Arrives and Departs.
Sau Francisco, Cal., Nov. 11. Prince Ftishinm has arrived on the
Manchuria and has left for Washington,
other Islands last night showed that
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Indiana, Republican, 50,000.
M issachnsetts, Republican, 80,
000. .on the Presidential nominee.
Democratic Governor elected by
Dakota, Republican, 50,-
Vw Jersey, Republican, 60,000.
Michigan, Republican, 100,000.
Minnesota, Republican, 40,000.
Ohio, Republican, 200,000.
Pennsylvania, Republican, 400,
000. Illinois, Republican, 225,000.
The State tickets are generally
IVrker failed to carry his own
QrUbrnin elects seven and prob
ably ef&ht Congressmen. The
second district is doubtful but
favoriim the Republicans.
The indications are that Wash
ington has elected n Republican
Roosevelt announces that he will not
choose Republican United Slates
result in Maryland is still doubtful.
determine the election.
REPORTED KILLED AGAIN
(Ily Wireless to Tin Titint'Ni 1
Mukden, Manchuria, Nov. 13 It is asserted that General Kuroki.
the Japanese general, died at Unoyang 011 October ath as the result of
being bit by a splintered shell.
Tokio, Japan, Nov. 14. It is reported that the Russian cruiser Gro- ,'
tnoboi has been damaged at Vladivostock by striking a rock.
Russians Regain Lost Positions.
Mukden, Manchuria, Nov. it. Yesterday the Japanese took three
villages, but the Russians regained them.
Port Arthur Attack Continues.
Tokio, Japan, Nov. 9. It is reported that the Japanese have silenced
the forts on Rikling Strang mountains. The main force is attacking Ktz.
Latest Sugar Quotations. ,
New York, Nov. 12.-96 centrifugals, 4.375; per ton, S87.50; SS
Analysis beets, 14s i'..1.
To Export Mexican Sugar Surplus.
City of Mexico, Mexico, Nov. 14. The sugar planters have decided
to export ten per cent of the sugar surplus during ' February or March.
Riots Over Compulsory Vaccination.
Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, Nov. 14, There is rioting here in opposition
to compulsory vaccination and serious results are anticipated.
Glasgow, Scotland, Nov. 12. Watson, the yacht designer, died today
from heart disease.
Stanford University Victorious.
San Francisco, Cal., Nov. 14. In the football game Stanford defeated
California with a scoie of tS to o.
Arrested For murder.
Auburn, Cal., Nov. 13. Adolph Weber has been arrested for murder,
. Honolulu, Nov. 12. Kinau bookings up to 2 p. 111. today wercns
follows: G. V. Jakens and wife, Mrs. J. Nawnhi. Miss Bond, If. C.
Sheldon, A. M. Brown, J. W. Pratt, J. S. Walker, J. S. Low. A. W.
Carter, II. W. Denhard, C. M. White, wife .and child. Miss MacroJg.
Rev. S. I,. Desha, Mrs. C. F. II. Sienison and two children, D. M'.
Leonard, Frank Taylor, Miss Kate Kelly, Julian Munlsarnat and wife,
Miss Wight, George C. Potter.
The Charge Up
A writer in the current number of Frank Leslie's Magazine, whoso
name is withheld but whom tlie editors. s.tv is a Japanese officer who
took part in the battle, write a ivul description of the charge up
Nanshan Hill. It is beyond the power of human words to adequately
describe an artilleiy duel, says the writer. Some poets have described
the hail of shot and shell as a shower of lead, which is tame. The ex
pression only serves to emphasize the limitations of the human tongue.
The Japanese officer says:
"The sight of Nanshan, towering above the neck of land like n lofty
point of a necklace was superb, both as an object of art and as a fortress.
Standing there in the early light, bristling with forts, the very sight of
it conquered your imagination: you would have said to yourself that it
was impossible for piortal power to storm it.
'All of a sudden the buglers of the third company broke thf. silence
with a command to dash forward, it was the enemy who was sur
prised, surprised, doubtless at tlni unheal d-of daring and recklessness
ot our men. Pretty soon tlie road was choked with corpses; those of us
whose wounds were not serious enough to stop us, had to leap or climb
over the dead bodies c our comrades.
"While our men were engaged in digging with their swords, n trench
to protect their wounded, all of a sudden, we saw, in tlie liht
of the falling day, 011 a curve of the Nanshan crest, facing Kitichau"
Bay, a sight which made our blood bound in our veins it was the'
battle flag of Nippon flapping away over where the Russian tienches
"Instantly, as we saw our flag planted 011 the cicst, the shout of the
'Banzai' rolled over the field. The wounded and the diug took up the
cry. Those who were fortunate enough to enjoy the distinction of
1 reacning tlie iiiuiop on unit clay rushed through, a weird scene, for the
I shouts of 'Banzai' coming from the dying men pver whom we had to
1 pick our way, sounded like tlie voices Irom the world of the dead. bid.
ding us to carry the standard of our country to victory." When the
sturdy Japanese gained the crest of Nanshan, the enemy was in full re
treat. It was dark and the curtain was rung down over tjie blood and
remains have been sent to Japan.