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TUB EVIiNINO BUU.fiT.Nl IIONOl.l'U), II. Iji AtUUI)AY, DBCBMBhR io l.
MB. A. DAVIS (1E0 D. 0EA1I
OAVIS & QEAR
Htar.M)! and Coiintcllort at Uw
ri rw, 33), 101. JuJJ IIiuiJIiir.
lot. Fort ,inJ Merchant St I lonolulu
CHARLES F, PETERSOKI
4Lttornoy at Law and
J. M. KANEAKUA,
Attornoy and Counsellor nt
In the Occidental Hotel,
Kins and Alakea Streets,
.W. C Aehl. Enoch Johnson.
Attorneys and Counsolors
Cffice No. 10 West King Street
CMaeso and Jaoanesa Firms.
Done in Crayon or Oil
..Pictures Framed In any styU
Framed Pictures for sale.
-New Mouldings for Frames have
King and Alapai streets,
Near Honolulu Stock Yards.
tK) TELEPHONE 8Cp
.UEoivi. Tel. 4)
Latest Styles, - Perfect Fit.
Cleaning, Dyeing and Repairing, a
Clothes Dyed Fast Black or any color
83 Hotel St., Near Fort
T. KATSUNUMA & Co.
A. t. OZAWA, intuitu.
GENERAL, BUSINESS AGENCY.
Tutvnry Otlet: Room 7 op.Llr. Srr.ck.li bull
t Trt. 544
LADIES SKIRTS CLEAND
ClMhln? ClcintJ. Dy.J and Rrpalr4
SUITS MADE TO OHDER-Mr-itIMUM4.
.TwtStKtt.neu Kukul, anj ntir Orphcum Theater.
WPricn: Clt d(D oca suit. Si; Dyeing suit Is.y.
A fM AJIOITTHITT OF AMiaiCAK. EHOLUHABD
3COTCH ULOTH OK HARD
. y Nuu.no itri.t, Honolulu, Hl.
toi wort and flrtt-clait fit cuaranlMa'
Cloth.. CU.n.d al Rplr4
Baal Estate and lDsoranco.
lilFB and FIRE
JIew England Mutual Life In
surance CO. OF BOSTON.
tna Fire Insurance company
HENRY ST. CjOAR.
enters Stock and Bond Exchange.
AND DEALERS IN
Pvtlutar ttmtton ilro la pgrcbit Ml Ml of
mti4u Sof r Stock.
Lmu N.fotl.t.4. Butara MS Por.ln SlMki
408 California St.,
6an Frnnclsco, Cnl.
Stock and Bond Broker
Mtattr of Htwitlio Stick debtee.
Mclnomy Bloolc, Foil Street.
A. J. CAMPBELL,
Stock and Bond Broker.
ihatn .1 lb Hcaolula Slock Eittistt,
Olico Queen street, opposite Union
Tkb o6 P O. Bo. ...
And other Rings, Watches, Brae?
tu, Pins, and an extensive variety
0iY FORT STREET.
lamxSt., bet. Alapai & Kaplolanl St.
Nrtrly furnished rooms with board.
)Ubl board, telephone 1171 oiue.
Supreme Court Will Now
Wrestle With the
CLOSING ARGUMENT MADE
BY ATTORNEY ALBRICH
Questions Fired at Him by Justices
Ten Days Allowed for Further Brief
Protest Against Jefferson's
Washington, Dec. 20. The clos
Inn argument In the Philippine) and
l'orlii ltloo cases was ninde in the Cull
ed States Supreme Court today, run! the
casei were submitted for the final ad
judication of the court. As the Oov
crmnent'a cose had been closed liy tho
Attorney (leneral. It remained only to
hear the senior counsel In tho Philip
pine case, Charles II. Aldrlch of Chi
cago, former Solicitor Cenernl. who
had one and n half hours remaining of
the five hours given to the plaintiffs.
Mr. Aldrlch had before .him the
pltlntlft's brief nnd a voluminous port
folio of notes, but he spoke freely, with
only occaslonnl reference to them. At
the outset he said he would- confide
himself largely to legal argument, fol
lowing tho Attorney General's points
and seeking to meet them, although
ho regarded much that the Attorney
General had presented as Irrelevant.
He first directed his attention to the
circumstances under which tho Gov
ernment carno Into existence, the strug
gle for liberty and the Amcrlcan-'pro-tcst
against England's assertion of tho
taxing power over tho American colo
nies. With this history before us. he
said, It was a remarkable fact that the
Attorney Genernl of the United States,
over 100 years after the great Btrnggle
which founded tho American Govern
ment, should come into this court and
nssert a taxing power moro oxtrcmo
than .had been asserted by the most
anient defenders of England's taxing
newer over the colonies.
Mr. Aldrlch spoke of the decision of
Justice Marshall In Loughborough Vs.
Blake as of decisive importance, nnd he
summed up that decision as bearing on
the present conditions as follows:
"That the' power to tax, levy duties,
etc., extends to the entire United
"That the term 'United States' cm
braces 'our great Republic, which is
composed of States and Territories.'
"That it Is not less necessary, on the
principles of our constitution, that uni
formity in the imposition of Imposts,
duties and excises should bo observed
In tho one than tho other.
"It follows from the above that the
rights and obligations of the territory
thus a part of tho United Stntes and the
Inhabitants are measured and tested by
As to the contention that tho Philip
pines were not n part of the United
States. Mr. Aldrlch said:
"If the Islands ceded by Spain are
foreign territory, then our country
would have as Its commercial represen
tatives the foreign Consuls, who would
perform the requisite official nets pre
scribed by our customs laws regarding
shipments or merchnnts from any or
these Islands to nnv nart of the United
States. If the islands are not Ameri
can territory, they must still be Span
ish, for It Is not pretended that nny
other nation foreign to tho United
States haH acquired any sovereignty
over them, nor Is It pretended that tho
Philippine Islands, In tho eye or inter
national law, occupy tho status of an
The Attorney General's Interpreta
tion of tho word "sovereignty," Mr.
Aldrlch said, was that this Government
hnd a right to do whnt any other na
tion does. This word had becomo most
popular slnco wo entered upon a colo
nial policy. But, Mr. Aldrlch declared,
tho sovereignty of the Onlted States
was ono exercised under tho constitu
tion, nnd If wo are In tho Philippines or
Porto Rico It Is because of tho powers
given by tho constitution.
Justice White Interposed a question
when Mr. Aldrlch referred to tho Am
erican protest against British "taxa
tion without representation."
Would this mean, tho Justice asked,
that Congress could not tax tho new
possessions until they were represent
ed In Congress?
Mr. Aldrlch said that It did not go
that far and It wns sufficiently answer
ed In tho case' of Loughborough vs.
Blako. ' '
Mr. Aldrlch said ho entered a protest
against the uso of Jefferson's name In
support of tho proposition that the
United States can acquire nnd hold ter
ritory Indefinitely. It was settled be
yond question that Jefferson himself
IFulII lin of ::
Reed and Rattan Chairs,
Rockers, Divans, Couches,
M LARGE VARIETY QF BEDROOM SETS
Parlor Rockers Baby Carraiges, etc
Office, 534 536 Fort St., Love Building.
TELEPHONE 840. NIGHT BELL ON DOOR.
Residence 777 Fort St., ner Vliteyuril St. Telephone mid Nljlht Cull. 849.
nut. tauaocs, mVmov.
RkM' CfcH.UK UMtMil, I S th. ttkM,
im. swMt rinuu, i Ik, a.
.0. .HI tT t40tt aMM ...
Wmlter Bmker A Oo. Ltd.
Dorchttter, Mim C. S. A.
had not regal ded the Ixuilslann pur
chase ns constitutional, and believed
that a constitutional nmendmont was
Justice Gray asked his first question
nt this point, Inquiring If counsel held
Hint the Louisiana Requisition was un
constitutional. Mr. Aldrlch answered that ho did
not so hold, but that Mr. Jefferson had
so held, and the arguments of that dny
showed how political Influences affect-
., .I--, u..ii. i
Justice Brown asked If It was safo,R5n' n S ot nlr K1"18 t0 ll!ls 8ldc "l
to baso Judicial action on the argu-
ments of contemporary politicians.
I think not," answered Mr, Ald
rlch, "and I .refer to them only be
cause they occup three-fourths of the
brief of the Attorney Oenernl."
In speaking of executive action Mr.
Aldrlch referred to President McKln-
Icy s message stating that It was "our
plain duty to nbollslvall customs tar
iffs between tho United States and
Justice Shlras asked If the President
was then speaking of the duty of Con
gress, Mr. Aldrlch said he supposed the
President meant the duty of thn nation.
Justice Harlan also asked If the
treaty, power could go beyond the four
teenth amendment to the constitution,
to which Mr. Aldrlch answered that
treaties could not override tho constl-.
After citing Mr. Mansfield s opinion...
on the limitation of the nower of the.ullnK aln l "
King nnd Parliament, Mr. Aldrlch said:
"It Is a startling proposition that a
power denied to Parliament as Incon
sistent with liberty nnd consonant onlyj!
wUh tyranny Ks to tn'c'cngresV; '8m that ' e "' ?"" "rl,n,t.8
of tho United States In one case nnd , of living skeletons to excite the worlds
to tho President thereof In another: ' pltj for brother worms of earth re
that a power the assumption of which fIISC(I cavo t0 tou for bread, and un
justified tho rebellion nnd Prolonga- ..,,..,...,. .
Hon of bitter war to resist Is practl-! otller Iny i,u""8 u-8 inn'eu Dre
cally served In tho very government vent the very same human frames from
established as tho result of such resis
tance; that our forefathers denied ah
omnipotent Parliament to decree an
omnipotent Congress: that what was
tyranny to them In 1765-76 Is less than
Mr. Aldrlch closed with nn elaborate
reference to the work of our forefa
thers, which was not for their dny. but
for all time. As soon ns ho finished
tho court turned to other cases, after
allowing counsel In the Porto Rico case
ten days to file a further brief.
FOR SATURDAY SADNESS
It comes easy for Job-holders and
their paid retainers to cry "Job-chai-ei"'
at anybody who breathes a doubt
of their prescriptive right to rule every
body and tax everything just as th'.v
Can tho objectors to municipal gov
ernment point to one advocate of tin
thing who Is not a taxpayer? If not,
what becomes of their stereotyped ob
jection? The fact Is .here In Hj
nolulu as everywhere else, that tha
people, who are most willing to be tax
ed foH public Improvements nro those
to whom taxes mean a felt sacrifice M
some ordinary comfort for self nnd
family. Your typical whlner at taxes Is
the man who does not need to clip even
a selfish luxury for their payment, and
whoso chief worry In life Is to decldo
what to do with his wealth at death.
It Is not yet confirmed that Mr. Pain
iViViViVmiiYiVrVyi E"21 to carry
-gHEfflaCKEl: LcTa Tont
I WAFERS liSoho
.'t'W.VAW.'AW.'J'Jy !' l n" "IrnmlKt.
H. WILLIAMS, Manager.
lias none In Hie Mainland lo negotiate
Hip Mte nf the MaahllMi Tiamwar
iCninhnnt'il plant t'i the .Mrltopollta 1 1 -
Rapid Transit I'nmpnnr ef New Yun
for ("Clipping lis 1'ioJ'dnl titulcr-
Unbelt Wllcoi has taken Ills seal
tho first reprcsenlntlte Hawaii 1i.ii
nur hail In Ihr I'litinrrM of the Viilfl
Hlnles. It Is now In order In dig l
some striking Incident of "Hob's" bov
hood dn, to .iit In the school rca.t
rrs, so Hint young Hawaiian for all
time may have n starling point In '.ho
rond to Success, Did he take n ticking
rather than refine (o tell a lie about
the boy who stole a cocoanut, or ny
that he would prefer to be A gentleman
of leisure to the slave of a sugar baron
when ho grew up. or do or say some
thing of any old heroic kind which
iCutd be told In slmpto language?
When Mr. Dolo was nominated for
president of the Republic nnd there was
no doubt of his election by the conven
tion, It will be remembered the pretty
story Mr. Damon (old nbout his old
schoolmate who said, when they were
playing out at Knpcnn Tqlls or somj-
whero (no truant officer In those days),
that his nmbltlon In life was to be a
ruler of men. Probably Wilcox said
something, loo, when ho wns r lior.
which was prophetic of his career
llkkc: '.'I'll give tho mlshrlnces some
things they not like when I gets big."
When the Demon of Malice found his
. methyuited spirits trick exposed, nts
tlio ltiver Htyx on a return trip or um
The Intelligent Cklnesc In Hits coun
try cannot wonder so much at the west'
ern readiness to take up other nation's
raim. i imrilriilnr binds
freaks that they do take up for In
stance, the noisy hnd stinking fire
cracker and bomb habit from China.
"It won't make any difference n hun
drcd years from now." It won't, won't
It? Well, It does seem to mako a good
deal of difference to us now, don't It.
whnt Georgo Washington and n few
other fellows did and said oft and on
about a hundred years back? It's nw
ny cnaj. (0 talk silly w'hen we don't
... , ,. ...
Can the closing century show a moro
grotesque monstrosity than a Journal-
clothing themselves with flesh through
toll not degrading and better paid than
the unfortunate creatures dreamed of?
Let us devoutly pray that the civiliza
tion of tho twentieth century will early
eliminate .from the category of things
tolerated by rcspcctablo society such
newspapers as the San Frnnclsco Ex
aminer. If there Is no handler weapon
at tho start than tho boycott, let It bo
employed, so that anybody buying or
selling tho despicable sheet In Hono
lulu may be cut oft from nil business
nnd social Intercourse with his neigh
bors until ho mako amends, and no
dealings, with any firm on tho Pa
cific coast which ndvertlscs In that Ha-
wallan-hatlng Journal, Stay by the
Porto Rlcans and give them tho oppor
tunlty they hnvo never hnd before of
being worthy men according to their
ability. Stand by tho Interests of the
Territory of Hawaii.
JOINT NOTE SIGNED
London, Dec, 22. It now appears
that tho British lorelgn offlco has not
received notification from Peking that
tho joint nnto has been signed, but in
view of tho fact that It had received
assurances from ambassadors In I.on
don to tho effect that all ministers
had been instructed to sign, tho for
eign office accepted as correct, alleged
semiofficial dispatches from Uorlln
and Paris, announcing tho islgnlng.
no foreign offlco declares lt has
every reason to Iicllove .o signing
Is an accomplished fnct, and tihnt thn
telegrams to t,ho contrary aro pBsslbly
ARE YOU DEAF??
Kverr kind of drafnraa tod rtlfllrtilt lirnr
liiflTfjin lif rurrf lf oar new Intention) onlr
thoi burin boci born rieif are Incurable. SoUh
In tlifriirccaviii inrf, PerjO: particulars abou
jrtmr cnw. 0iiruUiIou and udvlce fi rr. Krury
uno can cure uIuimjM u bit own buuie at rerj
OIR. OALTON'S AURAL CLINIC,
M .nillKAvenilP. '1'IICAOO. I.I. U.S.A.
Or THE DOAflC
At A meeting of tho Hoard ot Health
held on tho SlUh day of December,
Iti'JO, th following Plumbing Regula
tions of the Hoard ot Health for Ho
nolulu District were retlsed and
amended so that the said seclloiir
shall read is follows:
Dlspotat of Plans, Section 1. When
n permit Is Issued the application
signed by tho Master Plumber, to
gether wli,h the plans and specifica
tions, shall be filed with tho Inspector
ot Plumbing, and shall thereafter' re
mnln In the custody of said lnspecto-
When It Is desirable to mako any
chnnges In the plumbing work from
Hint specified In the permit therefor,
tho plumber shnll give notlco to tho
Inspector of Plumbing, presenting tin:
original permit for changes nnd alter-
ntlons Tho Inspector shnll bo notl
fled when work Is ready for Inspection
nnd test, nnd all work shall bo left
uncoK'red for examination until such
tost has been completed.
Section 7. The term housejiowtr
Is here used to designate that part i
tho drain between the sewer or cpss
pool and to within b feet of any build'
Ing. It shall not bo less than 4 Inches
or more than rf Inches In dlnmctcr, and
may 1 of cast lion plpo or salt-glazed
vitrified sewer pipe, and shnll be laid
to a true gra'dc. Changes In direction
shall be mado by "V" branches nnd
bends. If vitrified pipe Is used It
snail havo a fall of nt least, one-quarter
of nn Inch to tho toot, tho Joints shall
bo-made of mortar composed of equal
parts of Portland Cement and clean
screened sand; said Joints to bo civ
cred with cloth In laying; n disk en
tirely filling tho plpo shall bo kept In
tho pipe arid drawn forward as each
length U laid. If cast Iron plpo Is
used It shall bo ot tho quality known
as EXTRA HEAVY, and It shall have
a fall ot not less than three-sixteenths
of nn Inch to the foot. There shall 1)3
no obstruction to the free How of nlr
In the houso sewer when connected
with the public sower.
Section S. The term house drain is
here used to designate that part of
tho drain under tho first floor of the
building and extending flvo feet out
side ot the walls of tho building. The
house drain shall bo of Iron plpo not
less than tour Inches In diameter and
shall have a fall of not less than 3-1C
of an Inch to tho foot. In buildings
of one story tne grade of cast Iron
plpo commercially known as STAN
DARD may bo used above tho ground
only. In buildings of over ono stor
tho grade of cast Iron plpo commer
cially known as EXTRA HEAVY shall
bo used. It ahull bo securely Ironed to
wnlls br laid In trenches ot uniform
grade or suspended to floor timbers
by strong Iron hangers as tho Plumb
Ing Inspector may direct. Tho houso
drain must be continued unobstructed
nnd undiminished In fclzo, to nt least
two feet above tho highest lino of tho
roof, and tho I open end must bo nt
least ten feet from any opening In Hid
building and from any adjoining build
ing, j. ,v
Soil Pipe. J
Section 9. Iho term soil pipe is
hero used to designate tho vertical
plpo to whjch one or moro water clos
ets nnd other fixtures nro connected.
It shall be ot Iron pipe not less than
four Inches In diameter, and It ot enst
Iron, In buildings of over one story,
shallbe of EXTRA HEAVY grade. It
shall be continued unobstructed and
undiminished In alzo through tho roof,
tho same as tho house drain. Horizon
tal soil and wasto pipes Aro prohibited.
A wire guard Bhall be put at tho top
ot tho soil plpo.
Section 10. Iron pipe may bo of cast
Iron or Standard wi ought Iron plpo
galvanized. All cast iron pipes miut
Jo thoroughly sound ami of n uniform
thickness throughout. All cast Iron
I pipes shall oo covered Inside, and out
side with n coating of,nsphaltuni ur
other preparation equally as good.
Changes' In direction shall bo mado
by Y branches nnd bends. Sanitary
T's may bo used In vertical runs. Ilra3s
clean-out connections located In nccos
slblo places must be put In n hoiuo
drain nt tho foot ot each vertical riser,
and nt every change In horizontal di
rection of tho drain. Tin pipes nnl
pipes mndo from sheet metal shnll not
Section 11. Every flxturo having nn
open end shall bo separately and inde
pendently trapped as near tho opening
as Is practical,' and In no caso moro
than twenty-four Inches away from It.
Tho form of tho trap Is to bo ap
proved by tho Inspector of Plumblni;.
It shall bo placed above tho floor In
snmo cnBlly accessible placo approved
by tho Inspector of Plumbing, and Is
so to bo constructed that It enn lo
readily cleaned. Tho size ot tho trap
shall bo tho samo ns tho wasto plpo
It serves, but In nn case Is It tn bo
less than 1 1-4 Inches In diameter,
I'nntry and kitchen sjnks aro to no
provided with nu approved crease trap
tn bo placed as near tho sink ns In
practical, but In nil eni.es n grease trap
shall bo placed Immediately under
tho sink nf every hotel, eating house,
retlniiraiit, mnrket or other publla
rooking establishment; tho fonn uf
said trap In b approved 'by the Plumb
Joints In Traps.
Hertlon IS. All the Joints and con
nections In cast Iron pipe shall Le
packed wiui picked oakum nnd run
with molten lead and shall be well
talked, Joints and connections In lead
plpo shall bo made with "wiped Joint;"
connection ot lead with Iron pipe shall
be with a brass ring or soldering nip
ple "calked In and wiped Joints;"
Joints In galvanized wrought Iron
pipes shall ho by scrow couplings, the
thread being first roverod with lead.
Section 14. Tho uso of pan closets,
hopper closeta and plunger closets Is
prohibited, except tn Isolated out
buildings special permission may be
granted to use the low hopper closet.
Tho slto of thocnt plpo to tho trap
of tho ctosct shall not bo less than
two Inches In diameter, and this must
bo Increased In slzo It moro than four
closets aro vented through one pipe.
All closets or groups of closets must
bo siipp'llcd with wnter from tanks
holding not less thnn four gallons for
each closet flushed, and tho flushing
plpo must not bo less than 1 1-4 Inches
In dlnmetcr to each closet. No water
closet or urinal shnll bo placed or
mnlntalneM In n room In which thcro
Is not n window opening direct to tho
oxtcrnnl atmosphere Whero tho sup
ply of water Is not ample or rclBur
for tho purposo of flushing of water
closets, tho Inspector of Plumbing
may require tho erection of a suitable
tan ns n reservoir from which water
may bo drawn for this purposo.
All urinals or groups ot urinals to
bo Bupplled with water for flushing
from nutomatlc flush tanks or continu
ous stream. Tho floors and sjdes
around the urinal or urinals shall bo
covered with non-corrosive nnd non
absorbing material. No aafo wastes
nro to bo used nbout urinals. Safe
wnstcs from other fixtures aro not to
bo connected directly or Indirectly
with any Bower.
Waste Pipe. '
Section 15. Tho laBt portion of Sec
tion IB Is amended to read ns fol
Tho wasto plpo front refrigerators
or other receptlcal In which provis
ions aro kept shall not connect direct
ly with tho sower, but It shall be trap
ped nnd tho dlschargo allowed to
drip Into a sink In dally use, pr bo
conveyed to tho ground away from tho
building. Tho open end -of -waste
pipes must In nil cases be covered
with metallic screen not easily re
moved, that has a mesh not exceeding
1-4 of a Bquaro Inch In area.
Sinks, Slop Hoppers and Wash Trays,
Section 1C. Sinks, wash trays and
slop hoppers of wood shall not bo per
mitted. Slop hoppers may bo used In
open courts and yards when they ara
mado of mortar masonry at least four
Inches In thickness and covering a
surface at least thrco feet on all sides
from tho placo of discharge. Tho Bur
faco of floor shall slopo at least two
Inchoji to tho foot toward tho center
whero tho dlschargo pipe Is located.
Tho outer edges Bhall be level and
shnll be at least two Inchos above tho
slopo of tho floor proper. The wholo
Biirfaco shall be covered with n thick
coat of mortar made of ono part Port
land cement nnd ono and one-half
parts of clean-screened sand, the sur
face troweled smooth. Tl discharge
plpo shall bo covered with n heavy
metnl screen at least 1-1 of an Inch tn
thickness, tho meshes not exceeding
1-4 of an Inch In dlnmctcr, and so
Bccured In placo that iWnnnot-bo re
moved. Tho dlschargo plpo Bhall bo
trapped and tho trap vented If within
Ave feet of any building. It tho In
spector of Plumbing deem necessary,
an approved dirt-catcher shall bo con
structed upon the sewer side ot tho
trap. Tho dirt catcher shall bo cf
Iron or mortar masonry, nnd shall
bo coveted witn .a tight fitting Iron
cover largo enough to afford access
for removing the Intercepted dirt and
properly secured in place. Sinks (i
faucets for supplying water for do
mestic uso, located In open yards
must be placed over n bIp hopper.
Pantry and kitchen sinks aro to bo of
galvanized or enameled Iron, .provided,
however, sinks ot wood may be dined
with either lead or copper, nnd 'when
said lining Is of lead It shall not bo
less than flvo pounds per 'foot, and
when of copper not less than sixteen
oz, planished or eighteen oz. sheet,
They must havo strong metallic strain
ers over tho outlet to prevent obstruc
tion ot tho wasto pipe.
Traps on Main Drain and Fresh Air
Section 18. Thero shall bo a trap In
tho houso sower whenever It Is to be
connected with the cesspool. Tho
Btylo of trap to be npprovod by tho
Inspector of Plumbing, and It shall bo
placedas nonr the cesspool as prac
ticable. A fresh air Inlet connection shall
bo mado from the houso sewer on tho
highest stdo of tho trap and not moro
than six feet from It! said fresh air
Inlet to bo not less than four Inches
Exhaust Pipes, Etc,
Section 10. No steam exhaust, blow,
off plpo or drip pipes shall bo connect
ed with tho public sower.
Object of 8ewers.
Section 18 ot tho old Regulation Is
amended tn read Section 20 In the now
Fixture to Be Two Feet Above Tide.
Section 19 nf thn old Regulation lit
amended lo rend Section. 21 of tho
Kcrtlini 20 of thn old Regulation Is
Hindu Bed Inn 22 of thn now Regula
tion nml amended to rend n follow;
It Is dralrm that (II plp' anil
fhttircs lie left expoicd lo view a,
much n possible, and when covered In
provide easy means of access to all
parts ot thn work. In no rase Is a
pipe tn be built Into a masonry H
except tn pass directly through It, un
less supplied with a fare board put in
with screws, and shall not be covered
from lcw until after thn work has
been examined by the Inspector.
Section 21 of the old Regulation Is
amended to read Section t of the new
Regulation, and further amended by '
striking Out tho word "written."
Section 24, Section 22 of the old
Regulation Is amended lo read Section
24 of tho now Regulation.
Interpretation of the Rules.
Section 25. Section 23 of the old
Regulation la amended to read Sec
tlnn 2E ot tho new Refutation,
Section 2C. Section 24 ot tho old
Regulation U amended tojead Section
2C oi tho new Regulation.
Rules and Regulations. , ,il(
Section- 27. All Rules and Rcgula-
Hos and parts thereof In conflict here
with are hereby repealed.
When to Take Effect.
Section 28. Section 25 of tho old
Regulation Is amended to rend Section
28 of tho now Regulation.
J. H. RAYMOND,
President Board of Health.
Sealed ' Tenders.
Will be reolved at the office of the
Supt. Public Works, till 12 o'clock noon
of WEDNESDAY, JANUARY mJ, toot,
for the Construction ,ef a bridge over the
South branch of the Kaukonahiia Stream.
Plans and Specifications at the office of
the Asst. Supt. Public Works.
The Supt. Public Works, doe, not bind
himself to accept the lowest at any bid..
J. A. MCCANDLESS,
Supt. Public Works.
December 20, toco- t7Z4't
SEALED PROPOSALS WILL BE
received at the office of the Board of Com
missioners, Central Fire Statlcm, until
January 15th, 1901, for the delivery In
Honolulu within three months after notifi
cation of acceptance of tender, for
One first size Steam Piston Fire Engine
capacity 1,000 to 1,200 gal. per minute.
Approximate weight, 8,000 pounds.
Specification must accompany all bids.
One two-horse Hose Wagon (equipped
for service) to carry 1,200 feet of Fire
Specification to accompany all bids.
The commissioners reserve the right to
reject any or all bids.
KENNETH R. G. WALLACE,
Secretary, Board of Commissioners,
1708-td Honolulu Fire Dept.
In accordance with Section I, of Chapter
XXVI, of the laws of 1886:
All persons holding water privileges or
those paying water rates are hereby notified
that the water rates for the term ending
June 30, 1901, will be due and payable at
the office of the HONOLULU WATER,
WORKS on the ist day of Januiry, loot,, ,
All such rates remaining unpaid for 15
days after they are due will be subject to
an additional ten per cent. A
All privileges upon which rates remain
unpaid February 15, 19)1, (30 davs after
becoming delinquent), are liable to suspen
sion without fur her notice.
Rates are payable at tht'office of the
Water Works In the basement of Capitol
Supt. Honolulu Water, Works.
Honolulu, Dec. 20, 1000. 1717-iot
Regulations RtgudlDij toe Inttrnent of
tbs Dead Id tbe District of. Honolulu.
Whereas, that there having been no
place prepared for the burial of the dead as
required by law at the expiration of the
period set, October 1st, loco, and an exten
sion of time having been granted for such
special burial permit until cemeteries as
prescribed by law should be available, and
now that such feasible arrangements are
an accompllsaed fact, therefore,
Resolved, that no. permit for Interments,,
shall be granted within the city limits
except to those already possessing burial
This regulation shall go Into effect from
and after the 1st day of January, A. D.,
C. B. WOOD,
President Boird of Health.
Honolulu, Nov. 7, 1000. t6q2-6w
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saved are dollars earned, and
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prices will convince you of
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LEWERS & COOKE,
Subscribers to tbe BUL
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pers promptly will confer a
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