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Valuable Information for Promoting
Fenceless Homes and Keeping
The Manoa Improvement Club has
lakdn up the legal pliaso of handling
estraya that so frequently enter the
ifarilena and grounds and In a few
moments destroy the labor of months.
Tho law has been reviewed by Judga
Weaver and was presented to tho club
In the following letter:
Report of I. L. Weaver, Committee
to report on tho law governing
cstrays lu Hawaii.,
Hon. II. E. Cooper,
President ot tho Manoa Improve
ment Club, Honolulu.
Dear Sir: I liavo the honor to sub
mit, tho following as my report on
the law governing cstrays In the Ter
ritory of Hawaii.
Tho Btat'uics governing such mat
ters' are to be found In tho Revised
Laws of the Territory Chanter 30.
Section 30 provides for. the setting
apart of n suitable place for Impound
Section 399 proviuos for tho ap
pointment of a pound master by tho
Supcrlritendant of Public Works with
power, to removo for cause.
. section 401 provides that tho pound
master shall bo responsible for tho
tnfdty and uroncr care of any cstrays
committed to his charge, and shall
receive fifty cents per day for every
day, that, such cstray Is Impounded
from tho' owner except sheep and
goats for which ho shall rccetvo flvo
cents per day. ,
.Section 402 provides that no pound
master shall receive estrays until the
person wishing to Impound tho scmo
shall have' signed lilu nanio to. a state
ment sotting forth tho number and
rpectcs ot cstrays, locality trespassed
upon, name of owner or owners of
such cstrays tf known together with
the; dato on which they wcro taken
and tho amount of damages and ex
juanKs are lurmsncu to tna nounu-
innatftr for thnt nuriiOHO.
Section, 403 No animals from other
districts whero there Is a pound arc
Section 404 defines the meaning ot
If any horse, mule, ass, hog, sheep
or meat cattlo shall bo found. at largo,
and not upon the land of tho owner.
or person having charge or such ani
mal;' or If found doing damago to tho
property of prlvato Individuals, or of
tho government, such nrilnials shall
bo regarded as an cstray within tho
meaning of this chapter.
Tho following sections provide for
Section 105 provides that tho pound
master shall post written or printed
notices at tho Post Office" of tho, dis
trict and at no Icsb than two other
public places In his district, In tho
English and in the Hawaiian lang
uage, and to publish a notice in any
liowspapor which may bo Issued In
his district In said languages as soon
as., possible after the Impounding ot
any cstray giving a full description
ot tho samo together with an an
nouncement ot tho day on which It
will bo sold at public, auction If un
claimed for which notlco ho will ro
eclvo bno dollar and fifty cents to bo'
charged pro rata according to tho
number of animals advertised.
Tho section further provIdoB for
giving written notlco to every person
who shall havo loft with him a des:
criptlon ot his brand or mark, for
which notlco ho shall receive 25 cents.
The owner must claim within
twelve days from dato Ot Impounding
otherwise tho. animals wilt bo sold
at public auction to the highest bid
der on tho first Saturday after thu
twelve days expires.
Section 40(1 provides for the dispos
al ot the proceeds from the sale. Af
ter, paying .expenses, the proceeds aro
bent to. tho supcrintenuant ot i'udiic
Works, to whom tho owner may make
a claim within ono year, othorwiso
tho money Is turned Into the Treasury
as a realization.
Tho 'chapter then provides for law
ful, fences not less than four and ono
half feet high, built substantially,
strong and close to turn all stock ex
cepting swlno and In' good ropalr.
Tho sea, rivers, ponds and natural
perplhdlcular bluffs, whenover, Im
passible shall bar legal fences.
Section 4l provides a penalty for
maliciously or designedly opening a
gato or breaking a fonce so as to al
low' animals to commit a trespass.
The statuto then provides for dama
ges for trespass by animals.
8eclon 409 treats of fencod culti
vated lands. If any cattlo shall tres
pass upon proporly fenced and culti
vated ground, tho 'pwnor thoreof shall
par to tho owner or tno lanu uie iuii
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THIS EDITION will
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show our visitors that Honolulu is in the
front rank in producing a modern paper.
Among many interesting features in
its 36 pages we note the following:
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liy Skckktakv Mott-Smith.
117.12' HAWAII OFFERS EUROPE AX .,. '
By J. P. Cooke.
WHAT HAWAII OFFERS THE FARMER,
By Jaiikd 0. Smith.
WHAT HAWAII OFFERS THE INVESTOR,
By A. X. Cami-beli..
HAWAII AND THE PROTECTIVE TARIFF,
By E. E. Paxton-.
117,ir SHIP SUBSIDY MEANS TO AMERICA,
By A. Lkwis, Jk.
REAL ESTATE OPPORTUNITIES IN HAWAII,
By Ai.vifl:ii Coomt (of Bishop & Co.)
HAWAII'S PINEAPPLE INDUSTRY,
By L. G. Keij.000.
SPORTS IN HAWAII FIGURES OF PROGRESS
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UTTERANCES AND DOCUMENTS THAT MARK)
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NOTICE TO, ABVEROTSEBS;.
Forms for the FLEET EDITION
will close at 12 o'clock Saturday
July lit The speoial attention of
patrons, is directed to the great
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ainounr."of'tho damage or loss ftccas-
loriod by uch cstray and tho sum of,
fifty conts for each animal trespass.
Ihg, oxcopt for sheep and goats, for
which ho shall pay ten centB, with;
certain exceptions in cases where
great numbers of cattlo aro cstray.
Section 410 pmvtdcH for damages
lu tresnxiH on unfeucod cultivated
ground, In that case, tho owner miiBt
pay lo the owner ' the land tun Yum;
of twenty-five cents for each animal,
except sheep and gonts for whlcji he
must pay ten ctrnta.
Tho owner ot the land shall not bo
entitled to claim any damages for
such trespass .other than tho sum "of
Section 411 relates to public roads
In Honolulu, Hllo, Walluku and La.
hnlna. ' And also to publld roads'
bounded on both, sides by cgal roads
elsewhere, or upon any government
land. Tho Superintendent of Public
Works or road authorities of tho. sev
eral districts, or such persons as may
bo authorized In writing by them aro
authorized to tako, up such animals
and to Impound tho samo In accord
ance with tho provisions ot this chapt
er. Tho ownor shall pay a fco of
twenty flvo cents for driving and tho
pound fees as provided In tbls chapter-
Tho animal may bo sold If the fees
aro not paid, tinder tho same ttrms
as the other cases.
Section 413 provides that Uie own
era of swlno or goats must keep the
animals confined. In caso they shall
trespass upon any land, the owner If
known sua bo not fled, nnd If ha
does not removo thorn within twenty
four hours, tho owner tit tho land may
kill tho animals and tho owner of tbo
land shall not bo liable therefor.
This applies to such animals whoso
owners aro not known. In caso of a
second trespass by tho animals of a
known owner they may be killed.
Section 414 provides for a fine of
$10 for trespass ot n stallion.
, Section 415 provides that In all,
cases whero animals aro taken for
trespass the actual expenses Incurrod
or n fair allowance for the labor, re
quired In catching driving and com
veylng such animals to the pound and
of giving notice to the owner Of the
nnlmnt. ctinll l.n ail.lM.I ... , M n fA.f.tlu
H......,n diihii u piiugu lui tuu lunuiin
and damages specified In the proceed
ing soctlons, provided that tho.chargo
shall not oxecod fifty cents per head.
Section 416 nrovldcs for not Ify nsr
the owner of a trespass of his cattlo'
when hq Is known and It reasonably
practicable, and .to notify him of the'
amount of damages claimed, nnd ot
trespass fees claimed. If ho shall ro-
fuso or fall to pay tho fcos or If tho
owner .Is unknown then the animals
shall be Impounded forthwith'.
Section 417 provides for procedure
wlcn tho owner bellows that tho Im
pounding was Illegal or. tho claim
for damages nnd loon lo no excessive.
Section 41S provides for appeal
from the district magistrate to tho
, The foregoing Is a synopsis of tho
statutes governing tho Impounding ot
cattle, and from such statement tho
club can ascertain Its .power In hand
P. L. WEAVEft:
Honolulu, T. II., July 2, 1908.
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DEAD HEADS MUST PAY
By direct command ot President
Roosevelt postofDce clerks and other
Government employes must pay their.
grocery bills in future or lose their
Jobs, according to the message
brought to tho Notional Wholesale
Grocers' Association, In session -at
Atlantic City last week, by Secretary
John A. Green, of the National 'Re
Word Is to be Bent to retail grocers
all over the land that bills run uu by
Government employes can bevcolleet
ed with the "big stick."
Mr. Green gave out the informa
tion during an address In which ha
discussed the relations ot retailer and '
jobber in promoting and conserving -business.
II blamed the bad prac:
tlce of credits for the failure ot many
"We found in carrying on tho
v.crk of the retail association.", ho
cold, "that many ot our members
vore carrying bill's against 'men em
ployed In Government "aenrice. One
of these bills amounted to f 68, and
I made it the basis ot an appeal s,to
the President. I received a m'nlv
from the civil' service 'officials. They
iwlfi there Is no taw under which the
Government can be made a party (to
Mr. Oroen then told of sohdlbiTa
lotter to the, White llouso andvred
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of Secretary Loeb, ' - t -.
('Tho President desire to. lal,v
said the lettor In, substance, "that
while there la no law to compel pay
ment ot debts by cfv'U'aervlce. em
ployes, ho has directed that notice lie
Bout, to heads ot departments that
failure to pay grocery" bills on tho
part of civil seWlce, employes wlllbe
deemed sufficient cause tor removal.
The Modern Grocer,
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