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EVRNINO BULLETIN, HoNOutM), T. 1!., TUESDAY. JAK. SB, 1010.
BILL NO. 16.
AN ORDINANCE REGULATING THE CARRYING OF PASSENGERS FOR
HIRE IN LICENSED VEHICLES. PROVIDING THE RATES OF FARE
FOR THE CARRYING OF PASSENGERS IN SUCH VEHICLES AND
PROVIDING FOR PUNISHMENT FOR VIOLATIONS OF THE. PRO
VISIONS OF THE ORDINANCE.
BE IT ORDAINED BY THE PEOPLE OF THE CITY AND COUNTY OF
Section 1. Every licensed carriage or vehicle, except as otherwise
provided In this Ordinance, used for the earning of passengers (or hire' In
the City and County of Honolulu shall be numbered, and such number shall
he placed In a conspicuous place on both sides of such carriage fir vehicle.
Such numbers shall be In figures not less than one and one-half (1 i ) Inches
In height. All motor vehicles shall be numbered as provided In Ordinance-
No. 11 of the City and County of Honolulu. It shall be unlawful tor any
person to carry passengers for hire In the CIt and County of Honolulu,
unless licensed su to do as by law required.
Section 1. Kvery licensed carriage or vehicle for carrying passen
gers running at night, except motor vehicles, shnll exhibit two lights, one
on each side near the driver's Beat, vlth the number of such vehlcle'plalnly
shown on the glass of each lantern In black figures not less than one and
oue-hnlf (1H) Inches In height. All motor vehlclesrunnlng at night shall
exhibit lights as provided b Ordinance No. 11 of the City and County of
Section 3. Kvery licensed vehicle and every horse and harness used
In connection therewith shall, when In Bcrvlce be In a suitable and safe
condition. No animal harnessed to any licensed vehicle shnll be left on
any stand or public highway, within the City and County of Honolulu
without a proper attendant or without being properly secured.
Section 4. Kvery licensed driver for hire shall bare a silver or
white metal badge, with his number plainly designated upon such badge,
said badge to be worn upon the left breast of the driver so as to be dis
Section 5. It shall be the duty of every owner and driver of a li
censed passenger vehicle to keep at all times a copy of this Ordinance ana
rates of fare In a leather pocket firmly attached to the center of the back
of the front seat of such licensed passeiger vehicle, with the words "Hates
of Fare" Impressed on the front of said, leather pocket In letters not less
than one-half (tt inch In size. Every such driver shall, In addition
thereto, keep on his person at least one copy of this Ordinance and rates
8ectlon C. It Bhall be unlawful for any licensed driver for hire, when
In charge of u licensed carriage or vehicle, to be Intoxicated, or to use In
sulting or abusive, language, or to demand more than the authorized fare,
or to neglect, upon demand, to show a list of the duly authorized "Rates of
Fare," or, not being engaged, to refuse any fare. In computing rates of
fare, fare may be charted from the time of leaving the stand to the time
1 of returning thereto.
Section 7. The rates of faro for the carrying. of passengers far hire
In licensed vehicles In the City and County of Honolulu shnll not exceed
-i i i'ft-,i""MJ
1. To or from any point In or between Dere
tanla Street and the Harbor and between
Mnunakea and Puchbowl Streets, one pas
senger Knch additional passenger
2. When the distance does not exceed one
mile from the starting point, to or from
any point within the area bounded as
, followst J
Commencing at the Junction of ward
Avenue and Ala, Moana Road, thence along
Ward Avenue to King Street, thence along
King Street to Victoria Street, thence
along: Victoria Street to Klnau Street,
tlienco along Klnau Street to Lusltana
8treet, thence along Lusltana Street to the
Junction of the extension of Kuaklnl and
Lusltana Streets, thence along the exten
sion of Kuaklnl Street to Nuuanu Avenue,
thence along Nuuanu Avenue to Bates
Street, thence along Dates Street to Ll
llha Street, thence along Llllha Street to
Vineyard Street, thence along V)neard
Street to Aslum Road, thence along Asy
lum Road to King Street and thence,) In a
straight line on 'an extension of the Asy
lum Road to the harbor1,
Each additional passenger . . . '
3. When the distance does not exceed two
miles from the starting point, to or from
any point within the area bounded' as
Commencing at the reBtdenco of Mr.
WmMutch on Kallhl Road, down Ka
1 Hi I Road across King Street nnd along
Kallhl Street through the land of Mokou
ea to the sea; nnd from the residence of
Mr. Wm. Mutch on Kallhl Road In a
straight line mauka to the corner of Ll
llha and Wyllle Streets, theme along
Wyllle to Nuuanu Street, thence In ft
Btrnlgbt line to Nuuanu 8trenm, , thence
down Nuuanu Stream to the Junction of
the extension of Rates Street 'and the
Nuuanu Strcarn, thence In a direct line
to the present Pauoa Church, thence ajang
the base of Funchbowl Hill to;Alapal
Btreet, thence along Alapal Street to Prps
,... Rtreot. thence alone Prospect Street
to Magazine Street', thence down Magazine
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j .i.'i't-(.t !
to Magazine Street, tnence uown mi , 4 ;...; ,j.
Street to Thurston Avenue, thence alons t v .... i;Mi ;
Tiiiirton nnd Wilder Avenues to Punahou ,. "W, ' .U, .,.',
Street, thence down Punnhou Street to , ,'-".i'.f'j
Klne Street, thence to the sea on a con.- " !' ' .-. ,
tlnuatlpn of the line of Punahou Street,
One passenger ,
Each additional passenger .
When the distance does not exceed four
miles from the starting point, to or from,
(1) The Country Club, Nuuanu Valley,
One'pasBenger . ... ,
Each additional passenger .... K
(2) H. E. Cooper's residence, Manoa
When ordered specially for the drive
around Diamond Head, from Pout Office,
Honolulu, and return, ,: i
One 'or two pasucuKcrri i,
One to four passengers , ,
Each additional passenger ',,
. When ordered specially for Manoa Valley;,
Drive, from Post Office, Honolulu, to bead ,
of Valley and return,
One or two passengers . t , . t
One (o four passengers . .
Each', additional passenger
When attending funerals .wHhln a radius
bt two miles from Post Office, Honolulu..
, When shopping or making calK when V(.
M leasf-one-half of the time Is taken up'ln
detentions, s ,.,. , w.
One' passenger, per hour i ,
Each additional passenger, per hour. .
One to four passengers,, per hour, ,.,-,
Ktr aaamonai passenger, per nour..
Por continuous driving,
One raxtcnger, per hour ?.,
Kai.li additional passenger, per, hour.. .
One to four passengers, per hour.. . . .' '
Each additional passenger, per hour..,
(a) From Post Office, Honolulu, to Wal-',
alae and vlnclnlty and return,
One to four passengers
Each additional passenger
(b) From Post Office, Honolulu, to Hull
ouou nnd return,
""(One to four passengers
Each additional passenger i .
(c) From Post Office, .Honolulu, to Hono
lulu Plantation nnd return,
One to four passengers -. . . . i
Each additional passenger
(d) Froaa Post Office, Honolulu, to Pearl
City and return,
One to four passengers
'Each additional passenger
(e) From Post Office, Honolulu, to Oabu.
Plantation nnd return, ' ' y"
One to tour passengers :'"",'
Each additional passenger .....'... ..'
(f) From , Post Offire, Honolulu, to KW4
Plantation and return, " f-1 .
One to four passengers !.'
Each additional passenger
(g) From Post Office, Honolulu, to Wa
blawa and return,
One to four passengers ...... i
Each additional passenger .... .!. i.
(h) From Post, Office, Honolulu, to Wal
alua and return.
One to lour passengers i .
Each additional passenger
(1) From Post Office, Honolulu, to lleela
.One to four passengers
Each additional passenger
(J) From Post' Office, Honolulu, to -Wal-kane
and return, '
One to .tour passengers ,,.....
Each additional passenger
(k) From Post Office. Honolulu, to Wat
manato nnd return, ' v-
One to' four passengers . . .....,... v
Each additional passenger . i . ,U. i. ..
(1) From Post Office, Honolulu, to Ala
kapuu and return, 1 ,iu :
One, to four passengers .: .yr
' Rjirh additional tiassenger t . ,
(m) From Post Office, Honolulu,to.Kar ,
hana andjeturn, . - t
,On" to four passengers ,
Each 'additional passenger .....'
(n) From. Post Office, Honolutu, to Ka
hukn and 'return. "t-r -., .-.,.
One to" four passengers
Each additional; passenger ..,.,..'
(o) -Around the'Island'Of Oahu, ,
one to four passengers ..!.
.Each additional passenger
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S FORT RUGER ITEMS i
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Tho Ordnance Department have been
busy for several weeks storing pro
jectiles for the 12 Inch mortar at this
place and the J2 Inch guns at Pearl
Harbor, In tho shell room at, Battery
Harlowe. There are 00 tor the mor
tars here and ninety, lor inerineg oi
Pearl Harbor The (largest number
oMhese projeclllds,welgh1046 pounds
and tho smallcs,fln,ejjjegl),824 pounds
which make It pretty heayy .handling
considering the sUejibuL after they
are placed In the shell rooms two
men can handle them with ease with
the pullc)s, etc, made for that pur
pose, and It takes less than a minute
to get them on the trucks nnd ram
med Into the breech of tho big guns.
A detail of six men under Sergeants
Starr nnd Shatter, aftor several weeks'
work, have completed tho work of
dismounting the mortars In B pit at
Dattery Harlowo and the work will
soon begin on the carriages. All four
carriages In this pit failed to stand tho
tost shots and v. Ill h.io to be repaired
before they ore ready for use. Sergt.
Butler of the lOSth company has been
assigned quartermaster-sergeant for
Private McLnnlels of tho 160th com'
. .L.ItCU uuumuuui r""" 1 1
n J U, .4.uin,, nintn nn nnvfof the trlnsiset out In sun
rBavuBi; hui ...-.. ... w .. - .- .; 4. .,, , ,u
divisions "a" to "n" Inclusive, ihall not.be entlllM 10 any rjaucuon in ...
J . t .n .nirf i,in. whnrn watts occur, exceeding In the
Pfgregafe.thlrty.mlnutes, the sum of $5.00 per hbur for sudh extra time
may be charged, l. .. ,. ".
lu. Woere noi omerwiBe yruviucu ,,o ui i.w... j., ,
. any point wthln a'radlus of one mile, for V i "
One passenger, ,":" - r.n
Each additional passenger ....' , ,-P "
17. No extra charge shall be made to any passenger for any ordinary
- The- charge for baggage other than ordinary hand 'Saggage shall be
for each trunk or box. the same m for JwPMWW;t; &S ... ,
The fare lor cnnuren over uie j " -t - ---years
of age shall be one-half of the fare provided above; for children five
years of age and under, no fare shall be charged. f ,ji
Between the hours' of 11 P. M. nnd 6 A. M.i .the ratM;ot:Tare above
provided for hacks and carriages may be doubled. - M S't,yr ,,,
For runs with automobiles within a rhdlus of Ulf feeett, ,th
hours of ,11 P. M. and 6 A. M.. the rates above Provided tog;
Section 8. Tne lonowing iuu m citi .Br.pj -. ,.
while assisting In dismounting the
Privates Woods and t-ee of the 150th
company are also In the hospital at
this post with mashed toes received
while handling projectiles.
The post carpenter. Private Lank-
ford, assisted by a civilian carpenter,
has finished the covering of the three
' A place has been cleared of rock
and leveled near the corral for thj
purpose of building a structure for tho
blacksmith, rost plumber and car
penter. This will be quite an Improve
ment and convenience for the above
mentioned, ns they have heretofore
been using tents for this purpqse.
A dump car track has been built for
tho purpose of hauling rock, that are
piled near the quarters, and dumping
them In the low places to nil In for a
Two details of sixteen privates, un
der Sergts. Brogan and Young of the
169lh company, have been at work for
some tlmo at Diamond Head loading
rock for the Improvement of the road
from Walklkj park back of Diamond
Hend. 8orgt. Hill of tho 106th company-has
a detail unloading and plac
ing thft rnelr. Thfa wnrlr la lialntr ,1nnA
pany Is In the hosptal at Fort Shatter j to repay the county for the use of the
with a hroken taw. II la roiwirtf.H thai ntenm rnnri rnllop tonma a ikan
used In helping to build the good
iraciea ani nt- womu soon do sent to ruuus inrougn ino post,
the, general hospital at the Presidio oil The earthwork over tho shell room
San Francisco to receive a disability at Battery Harlowe will bo completed
discharge,. . I next week. The dirt used for this
Prlvato Rcckers of the lGOth com-' purpose was taken from tho tunnel
pany Is In the post hospital with a J through Diamond Head-and out of the
badly bruised hand which he received crater.
A LlHlK BITTERS
for the stomach will be
of great benefit to
anyone, when it it
weak and unable to
do its work properly,
thus causing1 the blood
to become poor. But
be sure it is
Then you have the
best and purest that
science can produce.
For overM Tears it
hat been proving its
merit in cases of Bloating-,
: FORT SHAFTER NEWS S
' An Inspection and review of tho
battalion was held Friday, January
fnr HaeksuatHTCaxrUges 1 cenBed for me carrying oi iwiwk
intllKilr tleretanla Street, from East cwnerorMaunnkea
i,..i . yT.vl"cir T '! n
' (i) ifakar'slde.'of 'Beretanla Btreet, from .West eotnWoi. Nuuanu
Btreet- ' V ' '-' ' ' t ''"''''
21. The entire battalion attended
except those on duty absolutely nec
essary. Immediately after the re
view and Inspection the slgnsl squad
(tour men) of each company were
required to turn out and send cer
tain messages from station to sta
tion, i There were eight stations,
two men at each station, a receiver
and sender. The men did remarka
bly well and . the messages were
transferred In good time. After the
Inspection, part of the remainder of
the day .was spent making prepara
tions for field service. ,
, i Musician Hall. Company H. 20th
Infantry, was discharged Friday,
Januflrj ,21, 1910, and reenllsted and
assigned to his former organization,
Sunday.Januflry 23. Immediately
uponrJ6inlng his company he was
appointed musician nnd granted a
seven-day pass, which he will enjoy
In Honolulu. Musician Hall has
bcenUn Company II for a number of
years and Is company barber in that
company. His many friends were
more than glad to see him reenlist
and remain at Fort Shatter.
, For fleld Inspection, the Second
Battalion, 20th ' Infantry, was re
quired to make a one-day practise
march, January 22. The battalion
left Fort Shatter, at 10 o'clock a. m.
d arrived at Canip, Damon about
11 a clock a. m. Company E was
advance guard the entire way. Im
mediately upon arrival at Camp Da-
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one passenger .,....- A,t . i V V
Each additional pas&enger
Each additional passenger ......'..... j, -vow r s -t-i ."
I) Mollllll Church, - 'l t . .'rt-.1(-f'V
One passenger 1V00 s ,J,V'5'
Each additional passenger '..... (' , .60 r , .60
(4) Walklkl Bridge, entrance to Kuplo
lanl Park, t
One passenger ,
'Each additional passenger . i y . .
(6) Twelfth Avenue and Wulalue Houd,
One os. two passengers
, Each additional passenger
When ordered specially for Kaplolon,! '
Park and vlcnlty. from Post Office( Hono-
lulu, and return, ,
One or two passengers, each way '. '' t
Each additional passenger ...........
When ordered specially for the Pull, from
Post Office, Honolulu, and return,
One or two passengers ......
One to four passengers '
Each additional passenger .....'
When ordered specially for the Punch
bowl Drive, from Post Office, Honolulu,
One or two passengers .......'..' .
One to tour passeilgerB ,...."
Each additional passenger ,
When ordered specially for t!i Tantalus ;Vjl
Drive, from Poet Office, Honolulu, to top
pf Tanfalus and return,
One to four passengers
When ordered specially for the Mounalua
Polo Qround Drive, from Post Office, Mono
lulu, and return. -
One or two passengers ........ t ...
One to four passengers .v
Each addltona passenger ....,,,...
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mon, shelter tents were pitched, also
other tents that constitute the usual
fleld camp. The dinner of fleld ra
tions were Issued at noon, and In
spection of shelter tents was made
Immediately otter dinner, and at,
3 o'clock p, m. the command struck
camp. The men were not required
to carry the shelter tents on the re
turn trip. A sham battle was
fought about 4 o'clock. Company F
acted as the enemy, and, taking a
position on the hill west of Camp
Damon, was attacked by .Companies
E, O and Hf Company E made the
attack from the front, while Com
pany Q attacked the left flank and
Company H attacked the right flank.
It would be hard to say what the
exact outcome would have been.
Company F was In a position that
would be extremely hard to take
with thrice their number of men.
Blank ammunition was used, and tho
firing could be heard ns far as Fort
Shatter. This Is the first field ser
vice the battalion has had since the
yearly twenty-one dnjs' practise
march almost three months ago. This
about completes the Inspection of the
battalion as far as the men are con
cerned, nnd many of the records
have been Inspected nnd little Is yet
to do. The corral nnd I. and I. re
ports of animals were Inspected Sun
day. On account of the fleld ser
vice Saturday, there were no com
During the stny of the general
Inspector at Fort Shatter, Private
Hill, Company H, was .detailed us
For sate by Benson, Smith & Co.,
Ltd.; Hotllster Drug Co, Ltd.;
Chambers Drug Co , Ltd.; Hllo Drug
Co.; and at all Wholesale Liquor
Ian emplojee of this station, will pro
ceed to Lcllehua on dut In connection
with a military survey, and upon com
pletion of his duty nt that post will
return to this station. The Quarter
master Department will furnish the,
necessary transportation. Tho Jour
ney directed Is necessary to tho mili
On account of tho rolnj weather
the handball Ferles,i which were be
ing arranged between a local team
and the members of Fort Do Itussy,
Imvo been postponed. Just ns soon ns
the weather will permit these games
will be scheduled nnd by that tlilie It
Is expected that somo of the plajori
from the detachments will be in thu
homo,. camp and bo ablu to help tho
teams from here.
Requisition has been mndo for chll
Inn teamsters at this post to repl.icn
tho soldiers now acting lu that ra
pacity. Tho soldiers are needed for
the survey work which Is being carried
on throughout the Island by Company v
u. ineru arc iuur waxou iraius leav
ing this post weekly for tho survey
detachments nro these teamsters will
be used on this tiansportntlon.
Corporal Wejler, In thnrgu it tho
signal flag camp, arrived here Sat
urday and received Instructions to
movo his detachment Monday to a
point ten miles further back in the
Palolo district. This detachment Is
engaged In locating tho highest olntM
on the mountain ridges and placing
thereon flags to bo used by the survey
parties who nro uorklng In that dis
trict. Wagon and Pack.
Tho four wagon and pack trains of
this post left camp Saturda) for the
camps at Walmanalo, Pearl City
and LWlehun. Each train was well
loaded down with tho new engineer
supplies recently received Tho pack
trains will continue to tlio camps In
tho mountains, while the wagon trains
will make tho mnln detachments only.
They will return together to this sta
tion, bringing with them articles for
(he drafting room, nrtlcles to be con
demned nnd many other stores for
(3k Makal Side of KukUl 8treet. from East corner ofNBuapu Bireei,
(4)' Bast-side of 'Emma Street, from East corner of Ueretania Street;
6Vi,MWl side, of .King Street, from East corner, of aunjjlea Street;
(e&MMMfilde pf King Street, East from E.,0. Hal)' floij's sjore;
li, .(CT!..... .. - vi.. ai.i ui nr r.lllhn'RrreHt!' t
U IlMksi sUWof Merchant Street, from East.corW Qf,P6fl Street.
(9)''VBUjv.sXae',of. Halekauwlla Btreet. from Bast 'corner of Fort
S.yfe...J.. --.... - ....- .' r,.. k J. lf Kino-
(101a 5USt JBIOet OI ueinei Direct, umunu iiuiuitmuivu-M-i.
Street: iK t i .w ' ' ' ...
(HIT East 'aide pf Smith Street, between notl-aua'-BUB,nf uireevs,
(12 West side of Maunakea Street, between. Pauahl a.nd Hotel
(13) East sideof Maunakea Street, between Hotel 'and King Streets;
(14) Mauka side or ueretania oireei, iromwei corw, oi iuyk,
Streetr -' ' i- ' , . I, V, '
(16) '. Makal slde.otjleretanla Street, from West corneroi Nuuanu
Street; '. ... ''";,
( 16) Makal side of Pauahl Street, from West corner of Nuuanu
Street; ' ' ' ' - ' ,,
(17) ' Mauka tide of Kukul Street, from East 'cornel1 of' Llllha Street;
(15) West side' of Prison Road, makal of King Street: ."
(14) East, side of Union 8treet, from East corner ot-Hoter Street;
, (20) East side of River Street, from East corner of HeretMila Street;
1211 T'j!rf Hiuo oi.iwvcr ouroi, iruiu cam wfuof y rnu.ui bmibii
('22) Makal side of Beretanla. Street near the Junction pf, King and,
Beretana Streets. ( , ..,.-'..'( f
.Section 9.' The following stands are hereby'deslgnate,) and, set apart
fnr tnntnr VAhlrlea llrnnitpil fnp tha rnrrvlkiir nt nnHAflHtg' i
L(l)' -East side of Bishop Street, between Merchant and'Kldg Streots; j
() '-west side or Bishop Street, between Merchant and King Streets;
'"iJior Walklkl side of Bethel Street, between Hotel' and' King Streets,
foritour'tnotor vehicles, i i . . ' "r h ' '
, " Section 10." Not more than twelve hacks or carriages shall remain on
o'ny oee stand at any, one tlM. ,,, i ' ' t ' ' .
ji.ISectipn 11. Licensed vehicles, at the, Judlclury. Building, -shall enter
on the Eastern side of the drive and align 'on the outer side of, the circle,
awaiting their fare. ' ". . '
Section 12, Licensed" vehicles In waiting at the Honolulu Depot of
the Oabu Railroad Company shall be aligned, bn the mauka slde'pf the Sta
tion bujldlngs In the space between the grass plot and the Station buildings,
headed towards Walklkl, and along tb sidewalk parallel' to the Prison
Road, headed towards the Prison. ,
Section 13, Licensed vehicles standing in front of'the Hawaiian Opera
House Bhall be aligned on the mauka' side of King Street close to the side
walk. . '
Section 14. Licensed vehicles at steamer landings roa(l steamer
docks or other landings shall, In ull cases, be aligned on-the mauka side
of the street or dock In the order In which they came,, and remain. In posi
tion uutll engaged or It becomes their turn rdmbve'ifp to the front.
Section 16. The drivers of licensed vehicles, standing at any other
public place not herein provided for, shall ooey the 'orders of the buck In
spector, Or In ,111b absence, of the police, as to alignment.
No licensed vehicle for lire shall be permitted, to stand on any public
Btreet or highway awaiting fare, except at such places as are herein desig
nated as stands for licensed vehicles, or, at, such peaces as may hereafter ue
1I mJ4nliltnka,t nn aiiaIi mtkiiAaa
1.00 duly established tor such purpose.
S FORT DE RUSSY ITEMS 5
;The first consignment of tho quarter- neeis, will proceed 'from this post to
ly supplies for the englneors and quar- the Palolo dlBtrlct,.on duty In connec
termaaters department of this post ar- tlon with a military survey of the Is'l
rlvad Saturday. A number of men nnd of Oahu, H. T, The Quartermns
from Company O havo been detailed ter Department wjll rufnish the ncces
fpr the purposo of placing these stores ary transportation. Tho Journey ill
about tho post as required- ,The wag- reeled Is necessary In the mllltnr)
on trains from this camp will trans- service
port tho supplies from here to the fo-j 2. Pursuant to tho same outhorlt)
tachment camps and tho sub-camps In as above, First Lieut. John P. Kelly,
the mountains. The bahnce of the Medlcijl Reserve Corpsf will proceed,
stores will arrive during the month J via Pearl City, to the Burvey camp,
and the doalls will remain In fprce situated six miles therefrom in the dls
until tho last of the articles are trlct of Wahlawa,on duty In connection
placed. I with a military survey thereof, and
Special Order 10. upon completion of duty there will
1. Pursuant to tolegraphlc author- return to this post. The travel dl
Ity, Headquarters, Department of Cnl-rected' Is' necessary In the military
IfOrnla, Sergeans Domlnlck O'Donnoll, service.
and fourteen othep enlisted men of 3. Pursuant to tho same authority
Company O, $ni Battalion of Engl-'as paragraph 1, Leo. J, Auddy, a civil-
1 -J , .j.i,jji jLei
Section' 1CA 1 Every licensed driver of a passenger vehicle for hire shall
register In the offlceiof the sheriff or the City and County of Honolulu, the
hack or autamqblle stand at which he does business, and shall not change
from said stand to another without the approval of the sheriff of the City
and Coiinty qf Honolulu or his deputy.
Section 17. " Any person who shall violate any of the provisions of
this Ordinance shall be deemed guilty of a misdemeanor, and upon convic
tion thereof shall be punished by a fine or not less than THREE DOLLARS
(13.00). and not more than ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS ItlOO.Ofll nr l,v
imprisonment lor a lerm or noi exceeumg- inree monius, or by both such
line unu imprisonment.
SECTION 18. This Ordinance shall take
ifter the date of Its approval.
Introduced by Supervisor
EASY WAY TO LEARN A
By the natural method as taught by
Mr. Mnthcwi ono can learn to speak
French or Oeimnn in Ave weeks with
out any grammatical rulej ur home
study, or hard work being necemuiy.
Free lecture at tho Young hotel Thurs
day and KrliUj.
COLD ON MAUI.
WA1LUKU. Maul. Jan. 22. Maul Is
having a cold spell now with plenty
of rain Tho thermometer registered
nt Kahulttl C3 l"r. yesterday morning,
and H is a little higher this morning.
Honolulu visitors havo felt the cold,
but the kamaalnas think nothing of
it. When tho thermometer goes down
ten degrees mora the same as u fow
years ago, then tho slopes of Hnlen
alu will appear In a dress of snowy
white as far as tho six or seven
fleet fifteen days from and
Date of Introduction November 2, 1909,
J. C. QUINN.
1 The foregoing Bill was, at a regular meeting of the Board of Super
visors of the City aud County of Honolulu held on Tuesday, January 18,
tiiiu, uiueieu puss 10 puni on me touowing vote or the said Board
Ahla, Ajlett, Cox, Kane, Logan, McClellau, Qulun.
D. KALAUOKALANI. JR.
Clerk. City und County of Honolulu.
Sts Jau. 22, 21, 26, 20, 27.
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