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KVRN'IN'fl ntJI.l.ETIN'. HONOLULU, T. It.'. WnnXfiftDAY. MATl. 10, 1H!
Showing Tomorrow, for the First
Ono Suit Each, of a Kind
Specially imported for our "Merchant Tailoring Dept.
HIGH-CLASS CLOTHES TO ORDER.
Mr. SWAHN. late CUTTER FOR S. ROTH,
L. B. Kerr & Co., Ltd.,
We have a large st:ck of them in n variety of styles,
made especially to give good service. They are handsome
T.H.Bavies fc Co., Ltd.
What spot ia these Islands can ex
ceed the great Waimea Plains in
beauty, climate and diversity of scen
ery? City folk in want of rest and
recreation will learn with pleasure
that the Waimea Home of Mr. David
Forbes, late Manager of Kukuihacle,
is now in the hands of Mr. H. Akona,
the well "known Chef.
The premises may be rented fur
nished by week or month on reason
able terms.. Apply to
H. AKONA, WAIMEA, HAWAH
F. 0. Address. Kawaihae.
New Rubber Tires
Irish Mails, etc
Coyne Farnitore Co.,
BISHOP STREET, HONOLULU.
THE LIQUOR UW
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wlie re tliplee fur tills claw ut license
Miall Ijc Seven llmulrirt uml Fifty
Dollar ($750): In the district of
Itllu, County or Hawaii, nml In the
district of Honolulu, City nml Coun
ty of Honolulu.
2. Fur hotel premise", Two Hun
dred and Kitty Dollars (1250), ex
icpt In tho following named dis
trict where the fee for this claw
of license shall bo Seven Hundred
nml Fifty Dollars (7M): In the
district of llllo, County of Hawaii,
mid Iti tho district of Honolulu, City
nml County ot Honolulu.
3. For restaurant premised, Flvo
Hundred Dollars ($000), except In
Hie following named districts where
the fee for this class of license shall
l-o Seven Hundred and Fifty Dollar
($TG0): In the district of Hllo,
County ot Hawaii, and In tho dis
trict" of Honolulu, City and County
Provided, that If the terms of any
license bIiiiII Include the right to cell
Intoxicating lltiuom In any restaur
ant at all times after the usual clos
ing hours am: during election hours,
with or without meals, and on Sun
days, wlh meals, there shall ho paid
therefor In addition, n further fee of
Two Hundred and Fifty Dollars
(Jlif.O); and, provided further, that
If the terms of any license shall In
clude the right to sell Intoxicating
Illinois In any hotel ut all times aft
er the closing hours and on Sun
days and during election hours, with
or without meals, there shall be paid
therefor In addition a further fee of
Two Hundred and Fifty Dollars
Third: To nell Intoxicating liquors
of any kind for a term not exceeding
tluee days, by tho glass, llnsk or bot
tle only, on any occasion, us may be
approved by the Hoard, Provided that
no bucU license shall be granted un
less the application therefor shall
llrst bo npproved by the person or
perfcons, tocety or orgnulzntlon hav
ing rhuige of .the place where It Is
piopohod to excrclxe the same.
Tho fee for this license shall be
Fifteen Dollars ?1G) per day.
Fourtli: To toll Intoxicating liq
uorn manufactured by the licensee
wholly fi out fruit grown In the Ter
ritory by the licenced or others. Such
Intoxicating liquors shall be sold on
ly on the premises where, pianufac
lured, in quantities not less than five
gallons, and shall not bu consumed
on such promises.
The annual fee for this license shall 1
bo Fho Dollars ($fi).
Fifth: To Eel I fur n period of ton
years Intoxicating liquors other than
those made wholly from fruit grown
In the Territory, manufactured In tho
Tenltory by the licensee. Such InH
toxicatlng liquors shall be sold only
on the premises where manufactured,
In' quantities not less than five gal
lons, and shall not be consumed on
such premises. '
The annual feo for this licence
shall bo Two Hundred and Fifty Dol
Section 17. In every case of an
application for a llcenso to sell In
toxicating liquors at any restaurant,
the Hoard shall be satisfied that the
lestaurant shall be n bona fide res
taurant, at which meals are In good
lalth and In fact provided and to be
provided, upon specific charges for
tho same, and that the meals are such
mh trqulre tin' crrvlci of n nxili. mid
(lint there Ih ttt-tn.it rooking upon the
plelutKes hi fonnectloii with meals
Fcrvcdi no "rrcc lunch" fcheme, how
eer devised, shall be carried on nt
any such reitnurnnt For the pur
pose of a more complete determina
tion, a restaurant shall mean n place
where meals nre cooked, provided nnd
n-rvcd as the principal business there
of, nnd Intoxicating liquors sold eith
er with or without meals thereon.
Section 24, Upon tho day of hear
ing, or any adjournment thereof, the
Hoard shall consider said application
and any protests and objections to
the granting thereof, nnd hear tho
parties In Interest and shall within
ten days thereafter give Its decision
I granting or refusing such application.
Provided that If a majority of the
leglstcred voters for such precinct
shall have duly filed or caused to be
filed their protests against the grant
Ing or renewal of the license applied
for, or, it it shall bo made to appear
to the Hoard by any protcstjr that
the necessary written consent of prop
erty holders has not been fairly ob
tained and. filed ns required and In
tended by this Act, or If there appear
any other disqualification under this
Act, the application shall bo refused.
Otherwise the Hoard may In Its dis
cretion -grant or refuse the same; ex
cept In the case of an application for
the renewal of a license, when the
Hoard shall grant tho same. Tho
Hoard may also, upon applications
for HcenscB In tho first lnstnncp, with
like discretion grant a license to one
person In preference to another, with
out reference to any priority In tho
order of filing- of tho applications;
nnd may of Iti own motion, or on the
suggestion of any member thereof or
of tho Inspector (even though such
Inspector may have previously ap
prove!) the application) take nqtlce
of any matter or thing which In thq
opinion of a majority of its members
would bo n sufficient objection to the
granting of a license; but In such
caso If tho objection bo one to which
the applicant should be given a reas
onable time to answer, n continuance
may be grunted In tho discretion ot
the Hoard, Provided, nevertheless,
that in case where the person or per
sons affected by such decision shall
petition the Hoard for a rehearing of
the application and on oath nllcgo
facts and grounds for consideration
which were'' not formerly presented
or considered, or any other matter ot
fact which In the Judgment of the
Hoard shall seem sufficient to warrant
n rehearing such rehearing may bo
granted by the Hoard In their discre
tion. When u rehearing Is allowed
notice thereof shall bo given to the
applicant and to his opponents, by'
publication Or otherwise, as tho Hoard
Section 31. In tho oxorcleo of the
power aninuthorlly by this Act con
ferred, each' Hoard of Llcenso Commis
sioners may revoko any license Issued
by It, or suspend tho right of the 11c
ensco to iimj his license, or reprimand
n licensee, either for tho violation o,f
any condition of such llcenso or uion
tho conviction at law of a licensee of
tho violation of any of tIo provisions -of
law lelutlvo to his llcenso or the prop
er exorcise thereof; provided, however,
that In ovary caso whero It Is proixiscd
to revoke or suspend the exercise of
any license, written notlcu hfcall be
given the holder of such license, spec
trying tho causo or causes for which
it Is proposed to taito. such action and
II rim,' tho dato of 'hearing such notice
to be given at least five- (6) duys be
font such liearlii'4, At such hearing, I
beforu Haul ail Ion Ik taken ! Hie'
Hoanl, tho llccnreo shall bu entitled
to bo heard in person orthiough coun
sel and shall be given n full and fat.
opportunity to present any facts show-l
Ing that the nllcned cause ur causes
for such proiiosod ocllon do not exist,
or any reason why no penalty should
w Imposed. And provided fiutlier, !
that all licenses ot the third class shall
bo subject to summary revocation for.
any violation of or ovhlcnco of Intent
to violate tho proper exercise thereof,
without hearing before the Hoard.
Section 3f. No license Issued under
this Act shall bo transferable except
by the written consent of the Hoard;
nor shall any licensee .conduct or at
tempt to conduct tho licensed busi
ness at any place other than that spec
ified In tho license without like writ-'
ten consent. This Section Bhall not
bo construod to Infringe upon the
rights of n majority of the property
holders as In Scctoln Twelve of this
Act Intended to be saved to them.
Section 11. A now section Is here
by added to Act 119 of tho Session
Laws of 1007, entitled "An Act to Hog
ulate tho Sale of Intoxicating Liquors,
repealing Act 67 of the Session Laws
of 1905." to bo known as Section 35A
nnd to read as follows:
Section 35A. Appeals shall bo nl
lowod from decisions of Hoard refus
ing applications for renewals of lic
ences, refusing transfers of licenses,
and revocations ami suspensions of
licenses, to tho Circuit Court of tliu
samo Circuit wherein tho party ap
pealing, as a licensee, has his, their,
or Its licensed premises the llcenso for
which lias been suspended or revoked
or for which a renewul or transfer of
tho llcenso has been refused, when
ever the party appealing shall file with
the Secretary of tho Hoard from which
said appeal Is taken, his notice ot ap
peal and bond as is now or may here
after be provided in tho caso of a;
peals In civil cases from district mag
istrates to circuit Com In. And such
appeals Bhall. operate to the samo ef
fect as civil appeals from district mag
istrates to tho circuit courts, subject
to appeal by exceptions or writ of or
lor to the Supreme Court as is now
or may hereafter be provided for aji
peals from circuit courts to the 9u.
Upon appeals from Hoards to cir
cuit courts, tho hearing befoio the cir
cuit court,, shall be do novo under rules
und procedure which shall bo llxcd b)
tho com t, nnd the Judgment theieuu
of the Circuit Court or of the Supreme
Court upon exceptions or writ of or
tors therefrom shall bo binding upon
tho Iloaid from whoso decision or ac
tion the appeal shall have been taken,
. An appeal from a decision of a
Hoard refusing to ronow n llcenso or
i evoking or suspending a license shall
operate ns a supersedeas, und tho par
ty appealing may, pending appeal, con
tinue the exercise of the license sub-
penned or rovoKeu or or which a re
newal has been refused, as the case
may be, upon executing to shcii Hoard
a bond In tho sum of Ono Thousand
Dollars ($1000) conditional upon wild
party appealing. In caso lie Is defeated
In his said appeal, paying to tho Sec.
retary ot biicIi Hoard tho proportionate
part of the annual llcenso foe for each
day'tliat'Hucli. llcenso Blirill havo been
exercised by'lilm pending cold appeal.
Section HI. This Act shall take ef
fect from' and alter the duto of Its up
Whitney & Marsh
New Season Ginghams
PLAIN, FANCY, and BORDERED,
A fine assortment of CASH'S WASH BRAIDS to trim
New Shirt Waists
Long sleeves, some with the new colored EMBROIDERY
and LINGERIE EFFECTS.
No. 3 Camera
Size of Picture, 31-4x4 1-4'
This new camera takes a picture in every way as good
as those taken by $8.00 cameras. It is simple in construc
tion, and built primarily to TAKE PICTURES. That's why
it is cheaner. Call and see it.
Films, Velox, Photographic Supplies
Honolulu Photo Supply Co.,
" Everything; Photographic " Fort St. just below Hotel.
THtt BTK'AMEtl James Cummins ar
rived thlii forenoon from Koolau, bring
ing stigar, rlc6 and general cargo. She
will sail again, tonight.)
Listing and Adding
A wonderful machine that
increases the operator's speed
and the accuracy of the work.
Alexander Young Building.
THE T0V7NSEND UNDERTAKING
have moved from the Kapiolani Bldg.
to the Hustacc Blk., Nos. 69-71, So.
Bcretania St., opposite Sachs' Store.
The Manhattan Cafe
Meals and Short Orders at All Times
of the Day and Night. We Never
Sleep. FORT 3T. NEAR HOTEL.
R. Wm. WARHAM, Prop.
FRENCH and EYELET EMBROIDERY
Beautiful Designs lit
Corset Covers, Night Gowns, Bows, Handkerchiefs, Doylies,
Table Cloths and Napkins, Trousseaux a Specialty
We have just prepared a full new assortment of these HANDSOME EMBROIDERIES, Designed and Executed by the Portuguese
Women Emigrants from Medeira, whose work is recognized everywhere as the Finest and Rarest in the world
ORDERS TAKEN FOR STAMPING
ALL STAMPING AND DESIGNING WORK TURNED OUT IN A SHORT TIME BY OUR EXPERT, MRS.
BELL. LEAVE YOUR ORDERS WITH US; WE GUARANTEE PERFECT SATISFACTION.
FINE NEEDLEWORK DONE
TOURISTS WILL FIND HERE THE BEST NEEDLEWORK IN HAWAII. CALL AND SEE IT.
Rooms 9 and 10
Mrs. J. Rosenberg,
Alexander Young Bid.
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