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VOL. V. NO. 616.
HONOLULU, H. I., THURSDAY, JANUARY .r, 1893.
PRICE 5 CENTS.
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OAHU RAILWAY AND LAND CO.
FROM AND Al-TElt OCTOBlilt 1. 1892.
A.M. A.M. I'.M. r.M.
Leave Honolulu. .0:15 8:15 1:15 4:3Tt
Arrive HonouUull.7:!20 0:57 2:57 5:85t
iCnvoHonoullull..7:8U 10s43 3:13 5:12t
Arrive Honolulu. .8:35 11:55 4:55 n:50t
l'r.Ani. Oity Local.
Lcavo Honolulu 5:10$ ....
I ArriyoiPoarl City 5:4H$ ....
.Arrive Honolulu. 7:30
. Sundays oxropted. t Saturdays only.
"gX Saturdays oxcctcd.
Bruco & A. J. Cartwrigh,t.
To Let or Lease
At Prices to Suit the Times.
THAT PLEASANT SUB-
JL urban Cottage on Nuu-
residence of Mr. Thomas
Soronsou. nieelv annotated and withaurree.
ahlo surroundings, suited to a binall family
and within an easy remove from the heat
of the City. Terms $18 per month.
THAT VERY DESIK
"ablo ItcMdoncc at pre
sent occupied by James
Love ns a homestead, situ
ate on King street opposite the residence
of Dr. G. P. Andrews. Honso contains
Largo Parlor, Dining-room, 3 Ijii-jo Bed
rooms, Kitchen, etc. Roomy Stamps and
Servant's Quarters in rear; onlv 10 minutes'-
walk to the Post Oilice. Possession
given in March, 1803. 593-tf
NOTE Bofoio seeking or closing bar
gains elsew here, it will pay you to scan our
column, anu to at oncu consult the under
signed at their office.
tj9 We,kctfp property in first-class con
dition..isQar; terms aro moderate and as
landloras'wo.will always be found reason
able in our dealings.
tEf- Apply in each cabe to
BRUCE or A. J. CARTWRIGHT,
"Cartwright Building," Merchant street.
To Lot or Leaso.
A NICELY FURNISH
ed House near town.
Enquire at Bulletin Oilice.
nished Rooms, cen
trally located. Inquire at
Bulletin Office. 353-tf
HOUSE ON KINAU,
near 1'ensacola street,
iS. it. HUiMUtY,
007-tf Hawaiian Hardware Co.'s store.
NEW HOUSE OF FIVE
rooms, on Magazine
street, with Bathroom, pat
ent W. O.. etc. Commands
one of the iiuest views in Honolulu. Apply
to (177-tf) J. M. VIVAS.
HOUSE ON MAKIKI
street containing Par
lor, Diniiifc'-ioom, 3 Bed
rooms, Kitchen, etc. Car
riage House, Stable and other Outhouses
on the premises. Tlieyo premises adjoin
those occupied by Mr. Creigliton. Apply to
UM-tf J. M. MONSARKAt.
A NICE COTTAOE ON
Beretania street, near
Piikoi street, containing
Parlor. 2 Bedrooms. Bath
room, Diuiugroom, Pantry and Kitchen,
uui tuut a ivuiii) uuiiiuu iiuuaU ,juti7iu. etui
Tramcais pass even' 20 minutes. Apply at
office of this paper.
COTTAGE TO LET ON
King Street, lately oc
cupied ly Mrs. Fleming,
containing Two Bedrooms,
ninur, jjuuiigroom, jvucuuii miu jiuui
rooni; alho Staliles, Carriage llouso and
Servants' Quarters: reasonable rent. Ap
ply to ' J. F. BOWLEH.
,.! i;.. T-,i..f .....1 ...!
Can be found, as usual, at his residence,
Alakca street, next to British Club, or by
mesHiigu at O. E. Williams' store, Fort
All work i
k cuaranterd and vl
teed and visited a
hocoml time. 1'romnt attention to all
ordera. Tuned the l'luno for concert of
Musin, the eelebruti'd violinist. 1O.Hiii
ALL, I'KHBONB H.YVlNfl J.IUT
atchiiH with mu for repairs that are
remaining on my luiniU are hereliy notlllcd
to co i mi and got ihciu before the Ilrst day
of April next, unil If the Watches are no)
called for tliuy w 111 bu kohl ut public auction
on ucuimit urdoimrluro.
0. (I. lJAHfiONB,
ho. j, Nuuuiiii St. Honolulu, OlMw
To Ili:auLATF. the Phaotice of Dentistry in the Hawaiian
'lie it Emtctcl by the Queen ami the Leijfslaiiire of the IfawcMuu
Section 1. JFrora and after tlio passage of this Act it shall
bo unlawful for any person or persons to practice dentistry in
the Hawaiian Kingdom except upon a certificate issued from
a Board of Dental Examiners.
Section 2. The Board of Dental Examiners shall consist
of three members, namely, one physician And two dentists who
shall be appointed by the Minister of the Interior, and whose
first term of office shall be for one, two and three years and
thereafter shall hold office for three years. The said Board
to act without compensation.
Section 3. It shall bo the duty of the Board of Dental
Examiners to issue certificates of qualification to any person
or persons at present engaged in the practice of denistry who,
within sixty days from the passage of this Act shall file an
application before said Board under oath and sworn to by
two or more reputable citizens setting forth the fact that he
has been engaged in the active practice of dentistry in the
Hawaiian Kingdom for two or more years previous to the
passage of this Act.
Section 4. It shall be the duty of the said Board to issue
. certificates of qualification to any person or persons at pres
ent practicing in the Hawaiian Kingdom who shall file an ap
plication in writing within sixty days from the passage of this
Act and pass a creditable examination before the Board upon
dental medicine and surgery.
Section 5. It shall be the duty of the said Board to issue
certificates of qualification to any porson or persons at pres
ent practicing in the Hawaiian Kingdom who shall preseiit
within sixty days from the passage of this Act a diploma
from a reputable Dental College.
Section 6. From and after sixty days subsequent to the
passage of this Act the said Board shall issue a certificate of
qualification to any person who shall present a diploma from
a reputable Dental College, or who shall pass a creditable
examination before the Board.
Section 7. Any person or persons receiving certificates
from said Board shall present said certificates to the Minis
ter of the Interior who shall record same in a book kept for
Section 8. Any porson or persons who shall violate the
provisions of this Act shall upon conviction thereof bo liable
to a penalty of not less than one hundred nor more than fivo
hundred dollars. Provided, that nothing in this Act shall bo
construed so as to prevent the extraction of teeth under cir
cumstances of necessity.
Section 9. This Act shall tako effect from and after the
date of its approval.
Approved this 19th day of December, A. D. 1892.
By the Queen :
G. N. Wilcox,
Minister of the Interior.
TO PltOVIDE FOB THE Ol'ENINO, iMl'ltOVINO AND Cl.OSINO OI'
Be it Enacted by the Queen and the Legislature of the Hawaiian
Section 1. In this Act, whenever the following words
occur, or may bo used, they shall have the moaning prescribed
by this Section unless the context clearly prohibits:
" Minister " shall rofor to and moan the Minister of the
Department of tho Interior of the Hawaiian Kingdom for tho
"Marshal" shall rofor to and mean tho Marshal of tho
Hawaiian Kingdom or any duly authorized Deputy.
"Sheriff" shall rofor to and moan tho Sheriff of tho Island
on which any improvoinont is made or proposed, or his duly
"Highway" shall refer to, include and mean any road,
alloy, street, bridge, way, court, lane, place and trail whothor
now or horoal'tor laid out or built by tho Government, or by
private parties and dedicated or abandoned to tho public and
in general use.
"Improvement" and "Improving" shall rofor cover and
include any oponing, altering, widening, locating anew, chang
ing, HtniiglitiHiing. extending, closing and paving of a high
" Commissioners " shall rofor to and moan the Commis
sioners appointed to appraise damages, and assess better
ments in any proceeding uudor this Act.
" District " shall refer to tho Judicial Circuit in which any
proceedings under this Act aro had.
" Proceedings " shall rofor to and mean acts or things done
under this Act. i. .
INITIATION OF PROCEEDINGS.
Section 2. The Ministor is hereby authorized and cm-
powred of his own motion, or upon tho petition of forty or
more tax payors of any district to the Minister, to institute
and conduct to tho end all proceedings relative to the open
ing, impioving ti closiug of any highway, provided that upon
Bueh petition of tax payors, the Minister shall institute pro
ceedings as provided in Section 4 of this Act.
Section 3. Eveiy petition by tax payers for tho opening,
improving or closing of any highway shall bo signed by tho
petitioners and substantially set forth.
The nature of the work proposed, the route thereof, over
what lands with the names of owners, tenants, occupants, or
agents thereof if known, otherwise to be indicated as un
known; and also tho necessity and advantages of the proposed
work or improvement, and who of the owners or parties with
interests consent theroto, and any other matter necessary to
an understanding of the work proposed; and shall conclude
with a prayer for tho appointment of a jury to decido upon
the propriety of the" work proposed; a map or diagram shall
accompany tho petition showing location of property of
abutters and of owners, and the work proposed as nearly as
Juitv How Drawn Penalty ron Non-Attendance.
Section 4. Upon the petition of forty or more tax payors
of any district to the Minister, that a highway be opened,
improved or closed, or if it shall appear to the Minister in
any other way that such course is advisable, the Minister
shall request any Judge of a Court of Record to select a list
or panel of twenty-four names from among the legal voters of
tho district in which the improvement, oponing or closing of
tho highway is contemplated.
Such Judge shall direct the Marshal or the Sheriff to draw
a jury of six disinterested persons, none of whom, however,
shall have signr-d : try petition in tho matter, from such list
to visit and inspect the locality of such proposed improve
ment, ojiening or closing, and to decide upon the propriety of
the work or measure proposed and to report thereon.
Provided', however, that the Minister or the road author
ities shall havo power and authoritj' to altor and change and
improve any highway whore tho character of the place, tho
condition of the land and highway, or tho Act of God, or
unavoidable circumstances require the same, if no private
rights are involved, or if tho parties interested shall consent
thereto in writing, and in such case no jury or proceedings
shall be necessary or required.
Section 5. The Marshal or Sheriff shall forthwith sub
poena the jurors drawn as aforesaid to attend at a timo and
place (which place shall be at or near the locality of tho pro
posed improvement) by him fixed to discharge their duties
in the matter, and shall then inform tho jurors of their duties.
In case any juror shall not serve or shall fail to appear
and servo or bo incapacitated a now juror shall bo drawn
from said list or panel by tho Marshal or Sheriff and sub
poenaed. If any juror duly subpoenaed to attend, shall with
out cause fail to attend at tho time and place fixed, he shall
bo punished in the discretion of the Judge of the Court who
selected tho list or panel in the samo manner as provided in
Section 1211 of tho Civil Code for Trial jurors.
NOTICE OF JURY HEARING.
Suction 6. The Marshal or Sheriff shall also give written
or printed notice by publication or by posting in at least
three conspicuous places in tho locality of tho proposed im
provement, and by posting at least ono notice in a public
conspicuous place in tho district, notifying all concerned of
the timo and place of tho meeting of the jury and in sub
stance tho proposed work or improvoinont, at which time and
place all concerned may appear and bo heard by the jury in
relation to tho proposed improvement.
DUTIES OK JURY.
Section 7. Upon tho day appointed by the Marshal or
Sheriff", ho shall take chargo of and accompany the jury to
tho locality of tho proposed improvoinont, and tho jury shall
thereupon inspect such locality and ascertain as far as possi
ble, by such inspection and by examining residents and
others to bo affected thereby, provided any such persons may
desiro to make- statements, and by any oilier means in their
power, all such facts as may havo a bearing on tho matter.
Tho jury shall within six days after their visit and inspec
tion, report in writing thoroon. Provided, howovor, that the
Marshal or ShorilV may grant an extension of timo for good
cause. They or a majority of them may recommend or disap
prove tho proposed improvement, or they may recommend
such change or alteration thoreiu as they shall doom proper.
Tho report shall bo signed by all of tho jury, such as disa
gree with any finding so stating, and the Marshal or .Sheriff
shall forthwith file such roport with tho Ministor.
DISAPPROVAL OF JURY ROES NOT RAR FUTURE ACTION.
SiumoN 8. Any rejection or disapproval by tho jury as
provided in Section 7 shall not be a bar for other petitions
thereafter concerning the same subject matter. J
ACTION UPON DECISION OF JURY.
Section 9. The Minister is hereby authorized and em-
powered to take action in accordance with such decision of
Section 10. Tho Ministor shall tako proceedings upon
tho roport of tho jury made as provided in Section 7 within
ono year thereafter, or failure so to do shall be deemed an
abandonment of tho proposed opening, improving or closing.
NOTICES TO 11K POSTED CLAIMS TO BE FILED.
Section 1W After such proposed wock bo determined
upon, tho road authorities of the locality in which action is
proposed to bo taken under and by tho direction of the Minis
ter, shall cause notices to bo posted in a least four conspicuous
places along tho line of such proposed improvement, adver
tising in substance the fact and calling on all persons interest
ed to file their claims for damages within a fixed time, with - tf
the neaiest Circuit Judge or Magistrate who shall bo named
in such notice.
NOTICES TO FILE CLAIMS TO RE SERVED ON OWNERS.
Section 12. Tho road authorities of the District in Avhich
action is proposed to be taken shall also give notice to tho
owners, occupants and abutters of premises along the line of
tho proposed improvement, if known and resident within tho
Kingdom, and can bo served, whose property may be taken
for tho proposed improvement.
It shall bo deemed good and sufficient service on the parties
in interest in any land or premises if a notice be served upon
tho owner or the agent of tho owner, or tenant or occupant,
or if they be unknown or cannot bo served by reason of uou
residence or other cause, then a notice posted at a conspi
cuous place on the land, or left at tho owner's, occupant's, -i
tenant's or agent's residence shall be sufficient.
The notice may be general in torms and addressed to all
They shall also send a notice to the Judge or Magistrate
JUDGE TO SEND CLAIMS TO MINISTER.
Section 13. It shall bo the duty of such Judge or Magis
trate to forward all such claims to the Minister immediately
after the expiration of tho timo fixed tap such notice for such
claims to be tiled.
MINISTER MAY COMPROMISE WITH CLAIMANT.
Section 14. On tho receipt of such claims, if ho shall
decido to prosecute such work, the Minister shall, first en
deavor to agree with the claimants upon the amount to be
paid thorn or to compromise with thorn.
APPOINTMENT OF COMMISSIONERS.
Section 15. In case of failure to agree with the claimants
the Minister shall appoint throe disinterested persons to act
as Commissioners of Appraisement and Assessment to assess
and award the value of the private property, or the damage
likely to be sustained by the owner, tenant or occupant of
any land or property to bo taken for the proposed improve
ment and to assess benefits or betterments hereinafter pro
vided. The Commissioners shall notify their acceptance of ap- --
pointment to tho Ministor.
Section 1(5. On the acceptance of the Commissioners, the
Minister shall deliver to the Commissioners all claims not
agreed upon or compromised, together with maps or dia
grams of the proposed improvement, and a description as
far as possible sufficient to identify the proposed opening,
closing oi improvement, and the property or land to be
taken for the same, and also the names of all owners, occu
pants, tenants or agents of tho lands, if known, therewise to
bo indicated as unknown, and also such blanks as maj' assist
them, and all necessary information.
COMMISSIONERS TO GIVE NOTICE TO CLAIMANTS.
Section 17. Tho Commissioners shall send notices to all
claimants to appear at a time and placo fixed, to be heard
upon their claims and present evidence as to damages. Such
notices may bo signed by tho Chairman only. Service of
notice made by the Commissioners or some ono by them
appointed in tho samo niannor as service is provided in Sec
tion 12 of this Act to bo made by tho road authorities shall
be deemed sufficient and good service.
DECISION HOW ARRIVED AT NATURE OF.
Section 18, The Commissioners shall consider tho evi
dence and arguments that may bo presented to them and
viow tho promises and proposed work, and shall by their
decihiou determine tho prico to bo paid by tho Government
for such private property, or for, such damages, as tho case
may be. Tho Commissioners may in their discretion, whore
there aro buildings, fences or water pipos upon tho land pro
posed to bo taken, inako their decision in tho alternative
concerning such property; stating first, that tho claimant may
move such property, for which he shall bo paid a fixed sum
to bo stated in tho decision; or, second, that the Government
may move such property to a placo to bo stated in tho deci
hiou; or, third, that the claimant may abandon such property
to the Government, for which ho shall be paid a fixed sum to
bo stated in the decision.
The claimant may olocl, within twenty days after tho deci
sion h roudored, which alternative ho will accept, mid shall