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BVBNING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H., TUESDAY. MAR. 20, 1910.
brdlhihce No. 18.
"Fine Limits ron TilE'dmr
AND COUNTY OK HONOLUL'U,
AND 11 E-OU LATINO THE
OV nUlLDlNOS AND OTHHitl
sthuctuKes WITHIN sucli
HE IT ORDAINED BY THE PEOPLE
OP TlfE CItY AND COUNTY
Section 1, The Hoard of Silpor
vlsors At tile City and County o(
Honolulu Bhnll appoint n suitable
person an Ilulldlng Inspector of the
Clt nnd County of,,Honolulu,'Vhose
salary shall be fixed by 'said Hoard.
Blich Ilulldlng inspector shqll 'have
nil of'tho powers nnd-shall perform
nil of the duties hereinafter pro
vldcd, nnd shall have 'such other
powers nnd perform such other du
ties ns may hereafter be deslgriateJ
b) the Hoard of Supervisors.
Section 2. That part of tlio Clt)
nnd County of Honolulu which Is
bounded and dCBcrlbed'na follows, to
wit: Beginning nt a point In the
maknl line of Ala Moatm Koad 100
feet distant southeasterly at right
angles to the extehslon of the south-
least lino of HIchanlH street and run
nlng thence; northeasterly parallel
with and 100 feet distant from the
southeast line of Klchardst street to
4hu tuniikn Kiia nf llprpfnnln nvAnunr
thence nt. right angles to the Mauka'
lino of Heretanla nveinio 100 feet;
thenca northwesterly parallel 'with
nnd ioo feet distant from the mauka
line of 'Heretanla avenuo to the
north line of Klvcr 'street; thence,
ut rlglitnngles to the north line of
Jllver street 100 feet; thence 'wtst'
crly parnllel Villi and 100'feet dls
tnnt from the nb'rth line of 'Hive.
street to n point on the harbor
front;' thenro aldhg thfi harbor'front
to the place of beglnnlrig, 'and In
cluding all 'the land now or 'here
after to bo reclaimed' therein, shall
be known as the fire limits 'of the
Clt) and County of Honolulu.
Section 3. Kery 'building or
other structure hereafter built with
in the fire limits of the City and
County of Honolulu as above' set our
Miall have the external walls there
of constructed of brick, stone, con
crete, or other approved fire prooi
material. The interior of such
buildings or structures shall be cell
ed with flro proof material or lath
ed "and 'plastered; provided, "h6w
ever, that overhead'celllngs'may'be
ma'de of'tongued and grooved North
west lumtier. The'external walls or
nny'such building or structure shall
not bo fc'bvereVwIth corrngate'd'lron
roofing or sheet Mron or' tin. Al
buildings arid structures' hereafter
elected within said 'fire limits shall
bo subject to the Inspection and ap
proval, as to location, plans, archi
tecture, materials and construction,
from 'design to finish, of said llnlld
liig Inspector and the Chief Engin
eer of the Flro Department 'of tho
City nnd County 6f Honolulu, and
no pferson shall 'erect any building
or structufe -within Bald hVe limits
without, permission In writing from
said Ilulldlng Inspector arid Chief
Engineer of the Fire' Department. It
sllnll bo the duty 'of sald'Butlding
Inspector and said' Chief Engineer of
the Fire Department to' Inspect all
buildings arid) structures hereafter
built within said' Are' llmits.'nnd to
seo Hint the permits granted by them'
ure complied with according to the
pinvlslons of this Ordinance.
Section 4. No wooden -building
or structure heretofore' erected with
in said Are limits shalf be altered!
repaired, or changed 'without perints-
Hlon in 'writing, signed ny saia
Ilulldlng Inspector and said Chief
Engineer of tho Fire ' Department
which permit shall only be grdnted
upon nu application In writing 'ac
companied by partlculurs'sumclent to
Indicate' the nature and extent ot
the alterations, repairs and changes
contemplated, and Ho Bitch permis
sion shull be granted when' such al
teration, repair or change amounts
to a renewal ot one-third or more
of the original structure. "Such per
mission i shall become pull and void
unless the work for which It Is is
sued Is begun within ten1 days and
completed within ninety days after
the dato of said permission.
Section D. All openings -in part'
side or rear'walls of'any buildings or
other structures within said fire lim
its liiuBt be'ptofedted by Iron or-'tln-(ovured
shutters, to be 'approved b
Bald nulldlng Inspector and Chief En
Klueer of the Fire Department; nhd
all, party, side and reur walU of'any
building or structure, fifteen feet or
more In height, 'shall be built up
und extend at least twenty'-four In
ches above'' every point where the
root meets the wnll, and such wall
shall be not less (ban twelve Inches
in thickness. Detached biddings,
having u frontage oo all sides, and
constructed with the exterior en
tliely ot lire proof materials, need
have no wall above the roof Hue,
but the walls shull extend up be
hlud the cornlie to the pluuklug ot
tSeitlqu C. Any pel sou violating
any ut the provlulous of this Ordlu -
mice shull be deemed guilty ut
inlbdemeunor. and upon convlctlou
theieuf shull bOfipunlshed by u flii
of not more ttmu five (updrud Uol
llafs ($500.00), or by Imprisonment
for a term not exceeding six months,
or "by both r;ich fine and Imprison
Section. 7. This Ordinance filial.
take effect fifteen das from and af
ter the date of Its approval.
Introduced by Supervisor
, DANIEL LOGAN.
Date ot Introduction:
March 8, '1910.
Approved this 24th day of March,
A. D. 1910. .
JOSEPH J. FERN,
K.77 Mar. 2C, 28, 29, 80, Jl; Apr.
1. 2, I, .I, fl.
Resolution No. 296.
HE IT RESOLVED, by the Hoard
of supervisors' of the City nnd
County of Honolulu, Territory of
Hawaii, That the sum of One Thou
sand ($1000.00) Dollars-bo nnd the
same Is hereby appropriated out ot
the aenernl Fund, for nccount
known as "Maintenance of Prison
ers, Furniture nnd Lumber."
' J, C. QUINN,
Dated, Honolulu, T, II., February
.JOSEPH, J. FERN, Major.
4573 Mar. 22, 23. 24. 25, 2(5, 28,
29, 30. 31; Apr. 1.
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' QUALITY OF TABLE
'CAN GET SOMETHING
"that will resist
wear" And give you
'for the 'same money?
113 HOTEL ST.
Horses for hire
'Saddle or Driving
1128 FORT STREET ' t
Telephone "108 "
Sble Agents for PIERCE ARROW,
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AUTO 'SUNDRIES REPAIR SHOP
"ASSOCIATED GARAGE, LTD.
C H. Behn
has two new 7-seated autos for hire
shopping and calling a specialty;
$3 PER HOUR SO CENTS HACK
'ASK 'FOR 'BEHN PHONE 5
Your machine will be ready fot
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lon't experiment on autos; we repair
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tj. 'W, KERSHNEK
Auto Tire Repairing
1177 Alakea St. 'Phone 434
AUTOMOBILES AND CARRIAGES
W. W. WWGHt CO., Ltd.
WHEN THE .BELL
fails to rintr. net a' new batterv from
TTt,;v-, Wlon4-win Cr
UIOH XiieOIiriO KjO
' j. 0,-Carter : ; Proprietor
,. . -;.Hanison Building ,v
'titan o MwffiMnytor
it found in the
- YtJirrfc it
-. The' RMtful "Machine
Hawaiian News Co.,
Alexander Young 'Building
OFFICE SUPPLY CO.
, TYPEWRITER RIBBONS
Write cleaner and last longer' than
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BDQKS! BOOKS! BOOKS!
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Alexander Young Bids.
Repaired, cleaned, and made as
good as new. All 'work guaranteed.
Ring up Telephone 16 and we will
do the rest.
WALL. NICHOLS CO., LTD.
Glazed Scenic Postcards
HAWAII & SOUTH SEAS CURIO CO.
NEW PATTERNS IN. STAMPING.
UNDERWEAR and' GLOVES.
Miss Kate Woodard
1141 Fort ''Street
FRENCH and EYELET
Mrs. J. Rosenberg,
Alexander Young Building
Parisian Art Co.
European and Oriental Fancy Goods
Armenian j.aces ny ine xara '
Dressmaker from Paris. 'Stylish
Dresses, tailor-made specialties. 'Sea
sonable prices. Harrison Block,'
Beretania and Fort streets.
Shapes, 'Trimminps and Flowers,
Dunn's Hat Shop
' 'AND FLOWER SEEDS
Trimmed and Untrlmmcd Hats.
"BERQSTR0M MUSIC CO., LTD.
Odd'Fellows"Bldc ' Fort St.
LEADING HAT CLEANERS.
All 'Kinds of Hats Cleaned and
NoAcids'Used. Work Gaaratteed.
' FELIX 'TURBO Specialist,
1154' Fort, Street. 0pp. Coavent
JHonbluIn, T. H.
M. A. fcGunst &'Co,
Splenll. Eveniqg's Fun
nd. Many, (jooa',
Sunda night the Japanese Athletic
Club ontcrtalned a couple of lain
dred guests at a dinner in Not ley
Hall. The banquet was In lidtior of
the victory of the 3, A. Cs. In the
Oahu League series, and the enthu
siasm shown was Immense.
Senaor Qulnn presided at thu
festive board, and grouped around
It t in were the Officers of the league
and oilier prominent get.tlemeu. I..
L. McCandless, who donated a henu'
tlful silver cup for Inst season's so
rles, presented tho , trophy to the
victorious Japanese during the
course of the 'evening.
V. V. Harris made a good speech
about the Oahu League and how It
started up. He traced the scheme
right baih and gave much credit to
his managers and assistants.
yilllo Crawford ontcrtalned with
one of his -humorous upeectfeH which
brought forth many shouts and
much laughter. This Is iilwas ex
pected when W'lllle comes to his feet
at a gathering of this kind.
Senator Qulnn acted as toastmas
ter, and ho certainly made most of
the guestR say a few words. L. I)
Tliiimoim, who yar, called upon to
speak, Bpoko straight out 'for clean
sport and fair pla. tie praised the
J, A.'Cs. very much and gaTe them
credit for stopping n professional
The press Was responded to by the
It u 1 1 o 1 1 n representative, and the
(oast ''was drunU Wlthjcnihuslasm
There were so manytoasts that It
was lnipos(lbte to keep track of
them after a time, that Is to sa,
Townsend made a brilliant speech
towards the end of the'evenlng, and
his reamrks Were listened to with
"Banzai" Jnck DoyleWas In great
form 'and hlsspeech'iwaHa master
piece. 'Jack promised that 'when he
became DelegAte to Congress, all the
Japanese workers 'would get ti fio a
day At the conclusion 61 his speech
Do)le was surrounded by n bunch of
Japanese guests-who tossed him up
In the air half a dozen times.
The good time Was kept up till
10 o'clock, and eerbody who en
joyed the hospitality of the Japa
nese Athletic Club will nlwajs tarry
pleasant recollections of the same,
Among those present were Messrs;
Ilda, president of the Asnhl Club;
Onodera, vice-president of tho J. Ai
C; Miknml, Sitrlgura, of the Japan
ese Consulate; Dalnuru, Ito, Un Hqt
Ida, Yamashlro, W'ufia, Yasumarl,
Yumada, BoedaJ Hajnkawa, Mc
Candless, Harris, qulnn, Vlerrat
Varcalliiio (2), Timmoni', McDuffic,
Zablanc, 8toensoti, McMnhon, Ha
K)8o, Townsend, llurgeis, Cumnr.ii
Doyle, W. Crawford, and many oth
ers whose names ran not, under the
circumstances, ho leincmbcred.
A large troupe of (leUha girls
gave performances during the even
Ing, nnd soma of tho dances were so
good thut they were encored. Two
little tots brought down thcr houso
wlth'u dance that was certainly very)
attractive. The evening broke ,ui
with a toast to Senator'QuInn and
cheers were then given for the Jnp
unese Athletic Club.
HIGH -SCHOOL HEN '
' ' M ENIEKTAINED
Two dinners .-"were given during
iast week by 'admirers ot tho High
School athletes The ttack team wai
first entertained by K. Abies, who
ImlUd Kbmo flftcin sihoollmy
champions to paitake of n lino ban
(uet. A most uiijo)nble time was
spent at the Abies home and .many
toasts Wert' honored.
After dinner numerous games of
cards were pla)od, and a good time,
generally had by tho guests. 'Tho
mbrry party broke "up at 11 o'clock
and cheers -were given for the host.
1-1. .. .aaam.I .linn.. In .lid .lnt,..-
us' Highs' was'glven "by Gavin Hush
nnd ho did things In style. 'The
spread was Just tho thlt g to appebl
tym bilnch of schoolboys "who'hnd
broken training tor a while, ami the
tads certainty did Justice to the
There wntf singing and music d ur
ine (he evening and soma of the
guests Indulged In cards. Mr. Hush
was everywhere at once and enter
tulued his visitors 1n the most hos
VALLEJO, March 17, Cuptaln
Luilen Youug was uiude a Huur-Ad-lu'lrul
today, uccoidllig to a dlspalch
wtilcli wus leielved by the nuval. f
ficluls on Mute Isluud toduy, Youug
lsuoV stutluuvd ut the I'eusaiola
'utatlbu lu Florida, but warn former
ly 'laptalu of the yutd bete. Ho U
I'oue of the lest kuuwu olllcets lu the
Navy, aud Ills udvanieuiout toduy
makes III in thu jnuugest Ite.ir-Aduil-rul
lu the .N'uvy. . .
army be a "jewel"
-let us hope she
Nevertheless, there ate
Bome things you may not
care to entrust even to
her lace handkerchiefs",
for example; colored
goods; or, possibly a shirt
waist of more than ordin
Such articles as these
you will do well to wa9h
yourself with Ivory Soap
and lukewarm water.
994o Per Cent. Pure
WFh Mrs. NETTIE HARRISON'S 4'DAY HA
COLOR. It Is the ely ntlrsly mccimIhI nd
titltlictory prapirttfon tor the iarsM.
Slmsli Hirmlsti CtrUIn. Sold (or 20 yisra,
rocommonota ana una with,tiuuetion ny
Ihoiiundi. Contains no Ittd, sulpkwr or oIKtr
htrmtul Ingndltnt. II "dyn" and "ntltrtrt"
niv aiuppomna you, try thli. It oottrMHS.
l .W. Al all llnt-ciui drugilMI SM
BENSON. SMITHS CO.'
Fort and Hotel Sts.
San Francisco Hotels
Geary Street, above Union Square
Jult opposltt Uotel St. Frtncil
European Plan S1.60 a day up
American Plan 53.00 a day up
Steel and brick structure, furnish.
ing cost $200,000. High class hotel
atmoderate rates. Center of theatre
and retail district. On carllnes trans,
all trains and steamers. Send for
booklet with map of San Francisco.
Hotel Stewart now recognized as
address, "Traweti." ABC Code.
A man is known by "the
company he keeps, and a
house of refreshment by the
company entertained. The
most 'critical could not And
fault' with the company at
The Resoit of Honolulu's
CJ. McCarthy, Prop.
Hotel' and'Bethell Streets
Try" One of Uw Ten-Dollar Trips to
and the Pineapple 'Plantations
Sachi Block, Fort and'Beretania Sts.
fine furnished rooms.. si per aay,
flO'and upwards per 'month. 8pln
MRS. C. A. BLAISDELL, Prop.
First-Class Familv Hotel
Best Bathing on the Beach
W. C. BERGIN, Prop.
1129 Fort' St.
FINE ROLLS JANDMUNS.
BOSTON BAKED "BEANS.
BOSTON tBROWN BREAD.
BEST. HOME-MADE -BREAD IN
Bine up' 197.
Um Biff a tor uks limti
IikiE totsic aCo.1' f " ,"'lTrt,
..laauilu IllliSliWasi SJJ UIIOIIOOS
aaV - s- r K
Everyone to know that J. E. Kocha,
the tailor, has remoted from the
Harrison building to Hooms 30
nnd 3C, Young Hotel. 41154-lm
Ily married couple (tio children).
furnished coltnge; not or $25;
Addnsa "II.", Uulletiu ofllce.
A furnlahed houso for small family
No children. Ail dress "T. W.",
Ilulletln ofnee. 4571-Cl
Three or four-room cottage; rent
reasonable. Address "K. C. H.",
Second-hand business buggy In good
condition. "Y.", Ilulletln.
Clean wiping rags at tbo Bulletin of
Young man wants clerical or book
keeping position. Kirst'Class ret
erences. Address "A," "Bulletin
Kellable carpentor, white, with tools,
'wishes permanent job, In town or
ouUlde. Address "U. a.", this of
Japanese Cooking School. Families or
hotels supplied with cooks. C. If.
Matzlc, 1457 Auld Lane. Tel. 1564.
A bright boy wants job afternoons,
Address "C. C", this ofllce.
Crescent pearl pin and lady's tie,
between Nuuanu and School Sts.
and llonino Theater. Keward, this
Frog set with diamonds, nt Opera
House Saturday evening. Addresj
P. O. Box 351. Keward.
Phone COD and ask for Car No. 482
Fred Noyes' new 1910 7-passenger
Kissel Knr. Always ready.
For hire, seven-seated Packard;
phono 199. Young Uotel Stand;
Chas. Reynolds. 4640-tt
E. H. Lewis will open on April 1
riding school at Athletic Park; 25,
stylish saddle horses will bo used.
Hours from 9 to 11 nnd 3 to 6,
dally. Prices will be $1 'per les-
son, or tweho lessons for 1 10. We
guarantee to make a good rider
of )ou for (10. Lewis Stables.
Tel. 41. 4fiCC-tt
Japanese Employment .Association,
Maunakea near Assl Theater., Calj
up phono 697 It you want a 'cock,
good boy or servants. i
fa Unf Kee-Flnjnber tad Tiausitk
Smith St.,1 bet. Hotel and PavssvhiTj
b Immm Ma
Dr. J. H. Raymond
PHYSICIAN AND BURGEON!
Alakea St., Mauka Facile Cltb.
OSoe Henri From 10 to 12: from
104;. from i to'p. i
'SUNDAYS'lO TO IB.
Tel. Offlce, 90. Residence. 'la.
t W. KarlVinccnt
trof. ot Music Lessons In Singing,
Pianoforte, Pipe Organ, etc. Stu
dlo, Kaplolanl 'Hldy.; room IV
Res, 1C34 'Nuuanu Ave.; phone
Dr. F. SCHURMANN
Corner Union and Beretania Its.
House Consulting, 2-3 p. m. Sat
urdays excepted. Operating-, 8-11
a, m., 3-6 p. m.
S. E. LUCAS,
OPTICIAN " ' X
Masonio Buildinsr, corner Hotel and
The best lenses in town to fit
every .eye.' i
A. B. BOWAT.uD. V. B..
HOURS Club 'SUbles: 10 a.-m.
to 12 m.; 3 to 5 p.lta. 'Residence:
8 to 10 a. m.; 1 to 3 p. m.
PHONES Club Stables, 109: Res
Bulletin Business OfliwrPhonc SS6V
BuJleUa E4itoriJ Rwb ,biV 4
Kor period or fuur months, furnlsR
cd thrve-bedroom house, lu Mnklkl
district. Address ' House," tliU
Ueach cottage at Diamond Head.
Address "N.", Bulletin omcc.
furnished rooms. Apply Mra.
McOonnell, 1X88 Emum 81.
ROOMS AND BOARD.
Cool furnished rooms and cottage,
with or without board. 1034
.Nuuanu Are., near School St.
Prices moderate. 4450-tf
The Tranro en elope a time-saving
tnentlon. No addressing nects
sary In sending out bills or re
eelpts. Bulletin Publishing Co,
sole agents for patentte. tf
Dry and green aw a root In large and
small quantities. Orders solicited.
Geo. Kaea, 933 Kclaullke street!
P. O. Box 5, Honolulu. 4551..
Six-room furnished house; modern
In every respect; "$C0 per month.
Heretanla street, near Punnhou.
"K. K.' this ofllce. 4572-u
Men's clothing on credit. $1 a weok;
suit given at once.' Levy Outfit
ting Co , Sachs bldg , Fort St
Diamonds nnd Jewelry bought, sold
and exchnitged. J. Carlo, Fort St.
Inter-Island nnd'Oatm Railroad ship
ping book, nt Bulletin office. tf
We have just received new
patterns on 'wood and leather.
Everything you need for the
work yon will find at our
Points and Bulbs
Rhoto Supply Co,
Tort, 'Below 'Hotel
' WE USE
.In Our Crin
Special care to 'keen
it cold and. protect it"
inre ample keeping
THE POND DAIRY.
manvfaetursid fram tmr d)(tni4wa
tor. Beltvared to any part f Hy ky
flllD ICE INbIlECTIIC CO.,
Kewalt- ' Talaphan .
Delivered to retidai
aid'oloea at Ut ptn
-hundred in 10-lk. Uta
1M Merchant M.
All the Go
"BULL" OINGEB ALE
RYCROFT'S FOUNTAIN SODA
CQ0AC0LA 'REFRESHES .
HAWAIIAN SODA WORKS
r ' 'Phone-tile
AND OTHER PIANOS
168 Hotel St. Phone 218.'