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CtllCUUTION LARGEST OF ANY NEWSPAPER PUBLISHED
in the TerritoY of Hawaii.
-p-l I Edttorkil Rooms, - 185
4 fel.tJualne Office, - 258
HinAY ..... .
A' nan's opinion of himself
dossn't really nifect the size of his
hatband Ralph Connor.
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The i enter f legal notoriety linn
lomewhnt changed when llarrhon
nnd Llghltuot loom Lugo on tlio
i -- -
Aiicr ino Mixing mairiirs nrc
Milled cIT. IIiimc will 81111 Ho llnio
for Hie contesting iiinnagcis lo glvo
(ho pntillc nu cxlilbli Itin. (
' ' ' '
Of conrko Hie illy should hnu lis
public building, nml tho Chnmlicr of
I'onnucrco lis own home. Wlint urn
wo ItvtiiK In n prosperous rlty for If
mil to learn how tti ho progrcbalwi?
1'iotlilent Tift's wre.tlttig match
with Hid K ! 1'it Ufled liilere.U U
not mi ili(n.. .(pie n tome, but It Is
none the I .1. nml HIk llrother ,
Hill appeal i r In winning form.1
Bluee tontrlbutloiiH limn lieen
withheld f i urn the luxuriously mind
.eil Afiltaturn, it npponrH Hint thoy nro
bunding out Hieir unfortunate fol
lowern to lic off of friends In tin
- Why not liulld nu Armor) ?
Wind's the tisn of being an Amerl
ran .illlxvti If loil-ean't successfully
lael.lo piojctts that roiuo under tlio common to Juries than to Judscs.
hend tif nntloiinl obllgutlons, though, Honolulu's most recent Jury er
they do coat moiiej 1 jdlct Is gcnorally regmdud ns being
' . j the pioduet of Ignoruueo and picju-
If Itn.ouo looks like u Inrge Mini
,for n Honolulu Armory, bear In mind
Hint tlio pay mil of military nml evidence.
naval forces permanently established Voro strll.lng Hum Iho local mls-
In and about. thU city ninnunla to mril.igo of Justleo tlirough a Jury
'iiiom than J50,i)0U each month. lis Hint which the Stain of Tennessee
- j (,s (.pej-i,,,,,.,.,! ) ,0 decision or
Homo and home tho slrlko lireal;-(H t!,,,,(, !iltl)le,ll0 Courl, ener.ililo
lug citizen labor on Oahit and Ilono- j,iScr, who reversed Hie Jury llnd-
lulu phintatloiiB to that nil tho',ig ngalnit tho "Night Hitlers."
doubtful ones may gain nssiiranco .13 i:i8lt Tcii'ucbbco "Night Itldcrs"
lo Iho character of iho new cr.ittcro .onvlctod by n Jup' of having
uiuvniiig on uie sugar pianiauons oi
Hvcrvthtng Is lining up licaull-
f.llly for lloss rule In Hawaii. First
on tho Iht Is the declaration that
(leorge Smithies cannot hava an np -
1-onuivo pouuon lie is cai.i in nno
been pioi.ilred. but ho may. It liolUy ,,. tiry ,, Bril,lt(.,i tho 10II ;
llkeu. get out and run a toot. race.
It is lo laugh. I.orrlu Andrews
l.t.0 ..n... " 'P.... I.MI..I. I 1......
,, , -a ..--... "ico.ut .ludges' action:
JleraiitH Stewnit inuat lie kfimmvliem I ... ..
In tho middle distance. Welcome,
tin Ice welcome. Honolulu Is hero Mi
ni: nwfllltv stule with nnllihiir lint
' stocks and strikes and leal piogress
Still they mine. The iilenmcr
from San Kranelsrn In lugs winkers
for tint plantation, The .steamer
fiom .Vancouver brings morn to
moriow. They nro coiulngfrom all
, sides. Though Iho number la mil
large, the regularity ut Iho urrh.il
must win make an Impression .on
the iiilmls of tho mUgulded .lupaiie&uj
who lian kicked Hiemsolvcs.oiit of
good poililoun pa) lug fair wages.
Mark well tho words of Chariot
It. Crane, whom Hie President hns
appolntrd American .Minister to
China, both mi to his perumnl Ideas
and his belief of where future trou
bles nnd woik for tho woibl lie: "My
icuwiu for accepting tho I'eklng
ppst me not a result of hasty action,
lint spring fiom Idea') ami opliilom
whleli hno lieen formulating for
jeais. 1 may say that, highly com
plimented ns I may lie, I vT)ild not
have accepted any other position In
tho government. I would have hesi
tated to accept, but tho fact that
President Taft Ih personally familiar
with llin eastern iucstlnn mid that
tills knowledge piobably will assiuo
u iirogiesslvo Amerlrnn policy In
China, In my opinion, China la now
tho focus of the world's greatest In
5A (ioorgo Sliillhles la lerogulzed III
;tho civil horvlco of tho united Stales.
Tliirc being no such system In Ha
waii' his long public service la re
warded with tho Indefinite promise
j- . loni.ineio viiiiniii oo bomciiiing goou
1.' Jor, ' 111 m' 111 tho way of an elective
omco some nay in ipo niitiro. micu
P '. Girt n bono he
Id nut to Smithies Is more
VrfaN.0' an ll,Bl
ifefiSr lire" to' re
nsult than, tlio original fall
rccocnlio' his worth, na it
SBreKw.', I" ' - '
BULLETIN rUBLISHIHQ CO., LTD.
ax 'tii J rli nntttr.
. . . ........ . . .JULY 23, 1909.
"bows Hint Hie nuttu shaping up tho,
poutii.il game for their imn ir-1
wn.il benefit fool Hint llicy huo,
nuns, other limn u jioor cvcinc. It
the public M'rvlce did not need Mr.
guiltlilcH, Hint Is onu thing. If, In J
th estimation of tho Legislature, ho ,
vns nettled iiml It was expected ho I
would ho letnlneil In ofllce. Hint la '
qto nnother. It Is mil u ni.itler o
,!K(, ,0or r (crvltinle: meiely n!
E0(m fam, n,i f;,r representation,
lVrllrtllit 1l trflll lil llmitl-hl llin
,iroro rcgaidlng Hit, public lnnd on
the corner of Kin;; mid Jtethcl
ft eels v.'iih like the frequent nssur
nncis ho litis hnd from vnilous tilll-
i I'll Miiirem nt diverse times. Hint
the Iviipnn lnnd mailer would ho nil j
settled lip Iminedl.iU'ly or there
nbtnila. JURIES AND'Jl'DGES. -
Cussing Iho "ancient" Jury s8
temtu it the fnMirlte piislliuu of
some of our people whole lintui.il
i'i 'lln .iioni mo townrd mbltrnry
Of eniu.ie Jiules Mimetlines go
wiuiig, nml nru swayed liy preju
dice. Hut thl3 lliidlng l'l not more
)t-u rnther llian n fair duclslnn by
nil tlio Jurymen on Ibis l.iw nml tlio
ronimllteil tho worst liriiml of nuir-
der. If there, h nny
tho cpinllty of imirdcr,
was i e ir.
I'lio iiipii were guilty,
T,.v ,,,, ,.IUm.w r ,oaiiK
.nilnns in mid llli n,l Tim Su-
)1ulll(. CoUit f , ,;,,,, llcfore ,
,vMp, ,,, -,., ,....., ,.,,, ,
a nntv I r l,i I
Tills Is what Hie Attorney (Icncral
of Tennessee s.iltl of the Siliucmo
I would not (oiiiplulu if they
liiul gone Into the facts of Hie
case and had teen proper to wiy
that tho facts did not warrant
a tonWctlon, but for. them to
lexerto hi Important a uiko on
lucre technicalities occurs to mo
as being u travesty on Justice.
They had a inniplelo reiord be
fore them. Were tlio defenil
nnts guilty? If not, go Into tho
fads mid say so. mid I would
be the I'n-t one to complain;
but In tho name of Justice, let
an guilty one escape because of
"I may he wrong, hut In my
opinion these lliren Judges have
committed u Judicial blunder
such ns has not oecuried for a
bundled jcais in Tennessee
Jurlspiiidonce. Of eoui.se, I ac
cord them honesty mid slnccrl- ,
ty, but llin Hod of Justice pities
"Noun of those who Is In a
position In know rim icallzo tho
full meaning of tlio declhjmi.
Aiioiding to It I hco no way of
over having a trial of that case,
again, itctilhutlvo Justice must
bo left In mi avenging find."
That Juries go nstray Is no nxeuso
for Iho Judges or vlro versa, Ilo
nilndorii Hint all men have their
faults should, however, deter think
ing people fiom hasty criticism of a
system that has In tho main worked
to stiBlalii Justice.
Tho lesson of It is to take gi enter
tarn In the selection of Juries mid of
Judges. Court olllcers who; deride
their cases on technicalities that ns
sibt law breakers arc In Identically
tho samo clas3 as Jurymen who
i each their verdict by answering
the ciuostlon: 'What tho h 1 ias
tho plantations dona for wo?"
And still oneo mine cheer up, poor
man's breakfast table! Tho pilce of
ltl,nl t--llln la linl In l.f. ,! en. inn. 1 In.
Fort Street' ... .2 bedrooms. .$ 8.00
Printers Lane . .2 bedrooms... 12.00
Kalnkaua Ave ..2 bedrooms,. 15,00
Peterson lans. .2btdrooms.. 15.00
Lunalilo St. ... 2 bedrooms. . 18.00
Knili Avenue... 2 bedrooms, . 18.00
Rose Street ... .3 bedrooms.. 18.00
Elm Street 3 bedrooms.. 20.00
Union Street ...3 bedrooms.. 20.00
Kaimuki ,2 bedrooms.. 25.00
Spencer Street. .2 bedrooms. . 27.50
Lunalilo Street. .3 bedrooms. . 32.50
Waikiki i2 bedrooms.. 35.00
Youmr Street.. .4 bedrooms.. 40,00
College Kills ..2
Kaimuki 2 bedrooms. .$30.00
Bcrciaui.i St. . .4 bedrooms.. 35.00
Kalia Rood . . . .2 bedrooms. . 35.00
College Hills ...2 bedrooms.. 40.00
Bcretnnia St, ..5bedroomsL. 45.00
Kinau St 4 bedrooms. . 55.00
Alexander. St. ..3 bedrooms.. 00.00
Trent Trust Co., Ltd.
! ill GHONG DENIES'
Contrndiclory tesllinopy wur llin
mnili 'leiliirn In the Mn of All Cluing,
charged with Reacting lll'da Moku u
young Hawaiian i;lrl 11 yum of ago.
,nnd n ('.epeiler from tlio re'form rlinnl
Yesterday Hilda swore that she had
lesienniy inula swore uiai son unti
spent site das nl tho Isoiiito of Iho
Clilnnmnii nnd Iwo d lya vllh a buy
friend of ,U mid that the bit lor sup.
plldl her with u gnty dress with uhlch
tlie returned In die reform school.
Ah Clinng this momltv; denied ell
this mid said that rhe wan onlv there
part nt n:ii day. Tho friend Ah Ke'iu
ileiileil tlinl she Iiml ever seen the glil
befoio. That she had never been In
her hoiifo and lint sho liad ncor giv
en the glil a grey dress.
. A e:y iimusliig ultiiuis was an old
Hawaii in Kekmiwa. who was very
deaf nml tlio lntcnircter had tu uo nil
the power of his Mieal rgins tint ho
roil il iiiimtor, Hxen then thu forniei'
would aiKwe" Hoin-tlnir "i eminot
heai'" mil IhW eaii'ed much meril
tneiit In t'oiirt. Hit evble.ico was h irJ
On tho ropiest or Jho protecutlon
it c (intlntiullnn wai g-.inted till Inmor-t.
row to obtain nnu morn wll'iess.
fivf mh MV l
Jllllgo KnhllliOII tllll'IV IrHliril I'll Or-
tier allowliis Kred Mal.luo mid others
In tho suit foe Itilii'ietloii hmovlil
uh mint mini uy inu uauu nugnr uom
P'liiy. n fio days' extension of tlmn in
which to pled.
Their hearing had
been pet for tomorrow. Thine liiehid
ed (th MnMim as derenibiiils are N.
v"oro Y. Tns'ik-i, M, Yannslillo, K.
Knwaimira, MltRiitnga, Tstiknra, Sal
to. IliriiklcUl Hnrad'i Klyoro Ogawa
iiisuxo Nakiimiira Itsiikl .Ir. Ihlrhl
Malauiln. Mloiichl. T. v.,,,,,,1,
1;,"l Kit'hliio Him and Mtlci
m Ti- , c. " l '"1I'IK lli.il Takahlra will not return
juuuuvK nyeiiuc ou.uu,!,, l,H ,,,.( ,Cro. Hn goes lo Toklo
iunatito aireet JU.UO '
Bcrctania Avenue 25.00,
Kalakaua Avenue 20.00
Lunalilo Street . . 22.50
ioiingc waiK io.uu
Waikiki ,. $50.00
Prospect Street . . ., 22.50
Two lots nt Kaimuki, corner lots.
Two blocks from car line on Ninth
Avenue. Owner desires us to submit
Corner Fort and Merchant Streets.
Don't Write. Send a
IWIRFIFW Pineapple Silk
Villi Bis In ua V !
m&Ws!iv I EH3LERS
Bishop Trust Co., Ltd.
Stocks rand Bonds.
We- have money to
loan on listed sugar
BishopDruse Co., Ltd.
Bethel St. Honolulu
I Toklo, .lufy II. It Ih conlld"niy re-
poftcd In well Informed circles hero
IKnl l.'ml, ii,lnr Tnknlilrn will mil ri.
turn to his posi nt WiihliliiRtmi. Ho
m prububly bo succeeded by K. Uchb
dt, ut present representing the Jap in
I'tLu (loverunienl ut Vlenin. As vet
Vchl.U's mirc'cH-Hir Is unknown hut ha
vltl probably bo Mobunkl Maklno, thu
foiiner MlnMo.r of Kducntinii who was
Hire piomlnciitly mentioned for the
London post. It Is reported that Uchl
i'u Is rommsmlltig tho exceptional con
fldeuco of tho authorities, both hem
and nl Vlenin Tho remarkable con
sideration whleh was shown to htm by
Vlcniri niithniltloH during the Ilalkan
complications proed tho causo of the
suspicion culminating In, the falvo re
port of a Jpjnesi'Aiistrlaii npprochn
Weill, It is rriifldcntly believed thai
ITclililn will prove iii.illy successful
ut Ids new nost.
JWaslilnglon. July 14. Through Dr.
Ileliriah, Secretary of Iho Lliub'issy
Kmliiissador Taknhlra today made It
known Hint ho had positively nothing
to sny regarding a dispatch from Toklu
naming K Urhbln us his probublo sue
rest or at Washington, Whatever may
happen in the easo of tho Kmlrissailor,
nothing lias set como to Washington,
I1( ciiruuig in ino I'.iiuiiissy oiuciais. in-
at tlio rcipiest of tho novernnient.
when: the Kmperor will bo consulLed
In regard to the proposed revision of
1 l,MI triMiy or roininerco ami natigatiou
between tho United Slates and Japan,
Tho dual icioit up to Juno 30 shows
.a.-..is.i;i sun iciii'iimng in ino top
rltorlul tteatairy, Tho estltnnto formed
sumo tllua ago upiuoxluiated the bal
ance as likely lo bo In tho neighbor,
hood of $r,il.ri!j0, the actual flguio3
showing a larger saving thin was sup
posed would ho the case. The amoipit
left from tho appropriations and which
lapses by law, h IISS H6Z.7S.
Whlto grounds with various col-
creJ stripes, fast colors, best.quality.
65c per yard
It's Own Ranch
Supplies the best of
Milk, Cream, Fruit,
Open G a. m. to 11:30 p. m.
Bank of Hawaii,
Capital and.Surplm .... .1,000,000
NOW SUGAR CANE
I'alniua rice field, owned by Y, Ahln,
a well known rice planter, has been
contorted Into a sugar plantation. Tho
planting of the cane seed was begun
some liiuo In Juno by tho Japanese
strikers, who Btipplanted tho Chinese
rleo planters. The chno shoots, ac
cording to those who have seen tfioni
since the planting, ate looking film.
The stigar cine, according to Ahln
nhcii ready for tho ml. I, will bo sent
down lo Honolulu 1111111811011 to' be
mound. Agreement lor tho grinding
of the cane, It is snld, has been made
between Ahln and Wm. (I. lrwdi & Co.,
agents for tho plantation.
The l'nl.iina rlco field contains mi
area of about fifteen acres. For many,
years It haa bet n siicccssliilly planted
with lice. Ahln, although making
money during the day of tho inou
arcliy, Iho 1'iovlslonnl (Internment, and
the Itcptihllc of Hawaii, lias been con
iilantly lining money over since Iho
rei trlctlnn of Chtneco Immigration.
It Is now Ids determination to start
growing sugar cane, with tlew or mak
ing money out of it. Instead of hiring
u.iiicko as woiiiiiirii tu plant enno. ho
has rmpl'iyed about tyvcnty-flvti Jai
alien; Milkers' to keep his raiio field.
Ho pa a them at tho rate or f22 v n
month, liesldes this, ho furnlsliea
Ahln when recti Ihls morning said
that ho had ali.iu loned thu lilo.i ol
"I no ilko plant ilco no moro." iml'l
Ahln. "1 been lose too much money. I
think I can make more money from
"How iniirli nrc you plying the Jap
"I pay .Ihem $22, a ineiith for "tin
limn," niuJwered Ahln. "ncrldo this,
I gltc tliein Iidiixo to sleep.'
"Aie your Japanese workmen strik
en?" "Yes, I think so. I don't 4carej sup
pote they ilo good for mo, I give them
Kdltor Bv onlng Ilullolln: I
seo Unit .miu say Iho Ooverunr docs
queer things, ami nnko note Ct George
Smithies. How admit ilaitwcll and
Henry Smith with his years of service
In tlio public departments? llartweil
cut Henry Smith out. The I.cslslatuio
put him In Fiear and llartweil nro
a loam sure, mid you watch tho Repub
lican party go lo simisli If they rim It.
Honolulu, July 23, '09.
I'laiis mo Inking definite shape In"
the Department of Public Lands as re
gards homcstenillng of the Haiku lands
on Maul nnd set oral similar mutters
were also nu for consideration, The
plans iualorlalfy Increased the nvnll
able area for hnmosieadlng in that dis
trict and will add moro lands lo Iho
Haiku pineapple district. ,
Drinks Ink like a camel.
Buy one at
Wc carry all styles and siz
es' $2 :50 upwards.
II. F. Wichman & Co.
Statement of Receipts and Expenditures, June 30, 1909,
txians anil overdraft. . .$tn,lC. 89
Heal, cstnlo 29,627.05
Furniture nnd fixtures. . 1,840,98
Duo from banks, and
All other resources 170,972.18
I, M. Toklcdn, manager Yokohn.im' Specie lll'ankf Ltd., do Solemnly
swear that the foregoing statements are truo and cprrect to tho best ot
my knowledge anil bcllof. M. T0KIEIM, Manager.
Subscribed and sworn to beforo mo this iOlh day- of July, 1909.
, ,.. DAVID L. PETEn80N,
' Notary Public, 'First Judicial Circuit.
ORDINANCE NO. 10.
AN ORDINANCE PROVIDING
UIATI0NS RELATING TO DE-ior
HE ,IT OflDAIttED I1Y THE PEO
IpLB OF THE CITY AND COUN
TY OF HONOLULU.
Section 1. It shall ho tho duty ol
the legally licensed physician who
was last In nttendnnco upon and
decensed person, or If no physician
was In attendance, then It shall be
the duty of the Coroner to report the
death to tho City nnd County Phy
sician Immediately after such death
occurs, upon one of the blanks fud
nlshcd by the City nnd County Phy
sician for that purpose, filling In
Hie blank spares so ns to glvo all
of tho Information required by the
blanks so filled. In case ot n still
birth, It shall bo the duty of the
legally licensed physician In charge
during the confinement, or coioner,
tu leport Hie same Imiuedialolv ns In
other rases o death, on olio of tho
blanks nbovo mentioned furnished
for that purpose, giving tho de
tails, as required In other cases of
' Section 2. No burial shall bo law
ful, nor shall any dead body bo re
moved flout tho City and County of
Honolulu until n permit for such
burial or rrmnvnl btiied upon a Cer
tificate of Death as provided In Sec
tion 1-hereof, shall have first been
oblnlnod from nn Agent ot the Ter
ritorial Hoard of Health.
Set Hon 3. Whenever upon Ihc
death of any person thcro Is rcaron
to believe that such person enmo to
such death by poison, vlolenco Or In
any suspicious or questionable innn
nrr, tho 'body of such person shall,
under tho direction of tho Sheriff or
Deputy Sheriff, iho forthwith taken
to tho Morgue,,nnd the City 'and
County Physician shall be Immedi
ately notified of such death by such
Kheilfl or Deputy Sheriff. t
Section 4. Tho Hoard of Super
visors of the City and Cbunty of
Honolulu shnll appoint a suitable
pehon as Morgue Attendant, whoso
salary shall bo fixed by said Hoard.
The Morgue Attendant shall have
tho rare ami charge of the Morgue
nnd perform such other duties as
may bo prescribed by tho Hoard of
Supervisors or by the City and
, Section S. it shall ho the duty
of tho City nnd County Physician to
keep n record of nil tho deaths re
ported In him under the provisions
of this Ordinance,
Section 6. Any person who shal'
violate nny nf tho provisions of this
Ordinance shall bo deemed guilty of
n misdemeanor, nnd upon conviction
thereof shall be punished by a fine
not exceeding Two Hundred ($200.
UO) Dollars, qr by Imprisonment for
a term not exceeding thrco months,
or by both such lino and Imprison
ment. Section 7, This Ordinance shall
take effect from nnd after tho da to
of Its 'approval.
Introduced by Supervisor
Dale of Introduction, July 19, A,
, Tho foregoing Ordinance was, at
a regular adjourned meeting ot tho
Hoard of Supervisors of tho City and
County of Honolulu, hold on Mon
day, July 19, 1909, passed to print
on tho following vote ot tho said
Ayes: Ahln, Aylott, Kano, Logan,
Qulnn. Total: 6,
Absent and not voting: Cox, Mc
Clollan. Total: 2.
D. KALAUOKALANI, Jit.,
Clerk, City and County of Honolulu.
4368 July 22,r 23, 24, 26, 27.
' ORDINANCE 'NO. 14.
AN ORDINANCE PROHIBITING
THE ERECTION OR MAINTE
NANCE OP NEW TENEMENT
HOUSES IN ANY RESIDENCE
PORTION IN THE CITY AND
COUNTY OP HONOLULU.
HE IT ORDAINED HY 'tHJ3 PEO
PLE OF THE CITY AND COUN
TY OF HONOLULU.
Secllpn 1. This Ordinance shall
bo know a an iho "Tenement. Ordinance"
Deposits ......,,... ,279,864.I0
Due to hanks nnd bank
ers ' 240,613. 18
Hills payable :. 4,462.09
All other liabilities.... ' 3,263.92 V
Section 2. Tenement Itouso De
nned., The term "Tenement Houso".v
In this Ordinance shall bo taken to"
mean evc'lfy house, building, struc
ture or portion thereof, which Is do-
REfJ-,,,sncd ,or n 0T adapted to bo used
wa n. tt owciiing uy more man
inrco gamines, living inaopenuenny
of one another and having a com
mon right, In the stairways, vernn
Ins, -yards, woter supply, Or privies,
.ir by more than two families nbovi
;ho. first story so llvingand having
l right In common to Uso tho con
A family living In a tenement
may consist of one or mora persons.
Section 3, New Tenement Itouso,
Denned. An existing tenement
house Is nny building crectod' as a
tenement house or converted to such
"use or altered for such use, or so
used before the passage of this Or
dinance, or any building adapted
for such use, provided that a permit
wag Issued for the erection of, snld
building beforo tho pnssage of this
A now tenement house herenfter
erected Is nny tenement house other,
than nn existing tenement hnitso as
Section 4. Prohibiting New Ten
ement' llouses'ln Hcsldcnco' Districts.
It shall, not bo lawful for any porson
to loente, build, construct, .maintain
or keep a new tenement hnuso In
any . locality within the City and
County of Honolulu In which twn
thlrds of tho buildings located-ns a
wholc..or In part within flvo hun
Jred feet, of such tenement houso,
arc devoted 'or adnptcd to excluslvo
residence "purposes; ' '
Provided, however, that this Or
dinance shall not be applicable In
iny locality where the, owners! of n
majority of, tho lots" which are lo
cated as a whole or In part within
Ave hundred i feet ot such 'tenement
house, consent In writing to such
location of such tenement houso.
Said written consent Bhall be ap
proved by acknowledgment In, like
manner ns signatures tO'coavoyances
'at real property and shall be filed
with the Clerk of the City , and
County ot Honolulu. It shall bo tho
duty of tho Clerk (o flier said consent
and to keep n record In a' book to bo
'called a Register of 'New Tenements,
containing k brief summary of tho
contents of such consent. t Tho
clerk may require such written con
?cn.t to bo prnpared In accordance
with and upon forms adopted or ap
proved by him.
Section 6 . Any person who shall
violate any of tho provisions of this,
Ordinance shall bo deemed guilty ot
a misdemeanor and upon conviction
thereof shall be punished by a' flno
not, pxMcVltng Two Hundred Dol
Jars, , or by Imprisonment for a term
not exceeding three months, or by
both such flrie and Imprisonment.
Section . The continuance ot
nny violation of thlsOrdlhnncc shall
be a new offense for each daly on
which tho samo Is continued.
Section 7. t This Ordinance', shall
tako effect from and after tho date ,
bl its approval. T v '
Introduced by Supervisor '
Date of Introduction, July 20th,
1909. . ,
Tho foregoing Ordinance was, nt
a regular meeting of tho, Hoard of
Supervisors of tho City and County
of Honolulu, hold on Tuesday, July
20, 1909, passed- to print, on Iho fol
lowing voto of tho said. Hoard:
"Ayes:' Ahia.'Aylctt, Cox, Kane,
Logan, Qulnn. Total: 6.
Absent and not votlilgrl McClcl
Ian. , Total: 'l.
D., KALAUOKALANI, JR.,
Clerk, City' and County .of Honolulu.
4368 July ,22, 23, 24, 26, 27.
FORMER HAWAII'S '
- IMMIGRANTS BACK
Thlrty-soven Immigrants, consisting
of Spaniards and Porto Rlcans who
lived her formerly, returned, this
morning on thq Alameda to work on
plantation. These men and thejr fam
ilies havo been living In San Francis
co since thoy left here, but when they
found that trfey coiild not go"t' eiriploy
ment Ihere thoy decided to return' to
Hawaii. T ,
When tho Alameda docked this
morning they wore met by an agent of
the plantations, who ndyloi them to
KO to work an soon ns posslhlo. They
will probably kfavo this aftoruoon for