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AN, onolNANCH. ESTAULlSlllNOlobyboth tytchAflbo andtlmprjsoij-
FIIIB MMIT8 FOR TUB ClTYtnunt ' ' L
AND. COUNTY OF HONOLULU;! Station, 7o This Ordlnnnce shnlt
ANDHRQULATiNa TUB take effect fifteen days from and at
BPBCTIONANP; ALTERATION J ter.ihe date, 6f,;lU approval,, ,
OP BUILDINGS AND,, OTHER,
UK lT.OnPAINED DY THE PEQPL.B
' OP THE CITV AND,' COUNTY
, OP HONOLULU:
Section, 1. The Board ot, Super
visors of the City and .County -of
Honolulu shall appoint' a suitable,
person as Building Inspector 6t the
City and County of Hon6luu, wtiose
unlary shall , be, .fixed vby(eaid, .Board
Such Dulldlng Inspector shall have
nil ot the powers and shall perform
all ot the duties hereinafter pro
vided, and shall have such other
powers and perform such other du;
tics as may hereafter be designated
by the, Hoard of Supervisors.
Section 2. That part ot'the City
and County ot Honolulu which Is
bounded and described as follows tn
wit: Beginning at a point In the
xnakal line of Ala Moana Road 100
feet 'distant southeasterly at rlgnt
angles to the extenslon.of the south
east line of Richards street and run
ning thence;., northeasterly parallel
with and .10,0 Jeet distant from the
southeast line ot Richards' street 14
the mauka line of Deroia'nlkavenue:
'thence at right jingles to' the mauka
Una ot Beretanla avenue 100 feet;
thence, northwesterly, par lie t with
and 100 feet distant from' the mauka
line of BertUnla. avenge to , the
north llne'dfRlver., streetj thence
at right jingles tq'the north Hrie",o'
River 'street 100 feet; thence west
crly''parallel with and 100 feet dis
tant" from the north line? of. Rive;
street to a point on the harbor
front; thence, along the hatbbr front,
to the place ot beginning, and in
cluding all the land now or here-;
nuer to ue reclaimed therein, snail
be known as the Are tad of the
City and County of Honolulu.
8ectlon 3. Eyey, building or
other structure hereatterVbu'Ut with
in "the Ore limits of ' the City and
County ot Honolulu as above set out
shall have the external walls there
of constructed ot brick,! stone, con-J
crete, or other approved,-) fire prooi
material. The Interior of such
buildings or structures shall be cell
ed with-' Are proof material' oflath
ed and plastered;, provided,- how-
' ever,tb,ht' overhead ceilings maybe'
made' of tongued and grooved North-
' west lumber. The external walls. of
any such building or structure shall
'not be covered with corrugated Jroij
roofing or' sheet. Iron or 'tin,'. Ai.
buildings and structures hereafter,
erectcdwlthln said fire limits shall
be subject to the Inspection and ap
proval, as to location,, plans, archi
tecture, materials' and Construction','
from, .design tq flnUh.of. said .Build
ing Inspector and the Chief Engin
eer ,of .the .Fire) Department of .the,
City and County, of. Honolulu, and,
no person shall erect, any, building
or strpcVire ,wth(n, said' ffre limits
without permission In writing from
said Building Inspector and Chief
Engineer ot the Fire Department, It
Bhall be the duty, of said Building
Inspector and salq Chief Engineer of
the Fire Department to inspect "all
buildings and) structures hereafter
built within said fire limits, f and, ,t
see that the permits granted by them
are complied with according to 'tht
provisions ot this Ordinance
Section 4. No , wooden building
or structure heretofore erected with
in, said ,flre .limits, shall,, be altered,,
repaired or changed without permis
sion In, writing, signed by sajd
f Building Inspector and said Chief
engineer oi me fire Department,
which permit shall only be granted
unon nn lannllratlnn In wrltlnv irv
companled by particulars sufficient tet
' indicate the nature and extent of
the alterations, repairs and changes
contemplated, and no such permjs
tlop .ihjUt,7 granted when such' al
teration', repair or change snouijts
tp' ,a'(reqe,wal.4it tone-thlrdV or1 more
ot the original1 structure, Such, per
mission halj become. .null andvold
unless ,the worfc for which. It (U Is
r)Bued,,U begun wjtbln ten.' days and
CQmplet'e40wlth,ln ninety days-aftei
the ,Ua'ta j)f, said perjjitmjon,
..pecpnS, All openings In party
,slde'orrre,ar walls. ofaqy .buildings or
, other, sffifttures withlq-'satd ilre .lim
it must, be prgtpqtedby iron' or ttn
covered 'shutters, tabe,,approvedJ,bT
naidjlulldlng Inspector and Chief En
gineer of the, Eire Department;, apci
all party, side and par walls of any
.building or structure, Atteen ,feet or
, moro in height, shall, bebuUtup,
, and extend, at least tweatfour iln
chea (above "every point where the
root nests the jwall, and such jwalj
shall be not less than twelve Inches
In thickness. Detached buildings;
-having a frontage pa till .sides', , and
constructed wlt.h thcexterlor tent
tlrcly Koc flro prpof ,intprj)ll, need,
ha.ve not wall above .thfc.trQojj llRe.
but, the walls shall extend up, be
blnJUb(cornle8 to thej.planklDR oi
,the"roof, , ,
rtaUnn 8, Anypergon violating
,nny, nt,.th pinvslonK of this OrdlW
,nncvnhBll bu tkepied. guilty of a
mlBiJfunwnnr, ' ondilpon ( conviction
thoreot 'shall be'"rWpMiod,Ly ,flne
of, not more tliau r'lvo Hundjed.Dol-
y DANIEL LOOAN. ,
Date of Introduction:
T-March 8,19 '
Approved thjs 24th. day of March,
A. D, 1910.
JOSEPH J, FERN,
4677 Mar, 20, 28, 2, 30, 31; Apr.
SEALED TENDER will ,'be re-,
eelved by the SupeVlntendont.ot Pubi
lie Works Until Vi.m. o' Monday,
April 18,. 1910, for, the construction
ot cement sidewalks along, the Ju
diciary building grounds on the
mauka side of Queen street, and
(Hong the Capitol grounds on the
mnkal side of Hotel, atcot..
All tenders to b'o on blanks fur
nished by the Department ,ofPubljc
Works. All work to be done In ac
cordance with the standard specifica
tions on Ale in the Department of
jWlc Works. . "" ,
The Superintendent of Public
Works reserves the right to reject
any or all bids.
Superintendent of Public Works.
Honolulu, March 30, 1910.
' 4 Etiolation. No.. 2&6v "
BE ITRESOVED, by the Board
Ptn Supevlfofa ' of th'q City arid
County ot Honolulu. Territory pf
Hawaii, That'th'e sum of 'One Thou
sand ($1000.00) Dollars.be and the
ame IstherfibyaRproprlated' out ot
the General Fund, tor tccount
known as "Maintenance of. Prison
ers, Furniture and Lumber."
J, C. QUINN, ,
Dated, Honolulu, T. H., February
IG73r-Mar. 22, 23, 21, 26, 2C, w28,
4 29. 30. 31; Apr. 1.
Saddle or Drivintc
t HjJ8 rpy wrap!
' Telephone 109 ' '
) Sohi Atcentt for FIEBOfi ABB0v7,
CHA1MEES, HUDSON, PBEHJEB.
AUTO SUNDRIES BEPAIR SHOP
ha two new 7-uated autoi for hire
shopping and callinc a ipeeialty.
PER-HOUR 50 CENTS HACK
,- ..Lw .....
- A8w:.W1ehnph0NE 5t
Jtd, I -i
t,utkt Beit-BuUt Car 'in America"
CHUUN:CfRRUaE CO; LTD.
J. W. XZRIKSZB
1177 Alakei at.
AUTOMOBILES AND CARRIAGES
!-? 4iA.hi. v-T- ,
W.W.WRIGHT CO.; LtdV
I.TwMiohW will, i-,mJy W
ron wten,Bvaay Ilwillhe. Wa
lon't experimwt on antoi: we repaii
vA v'rrt ot
TYPEWRITER ' ' -CONSTRUCTION
The Restful .Machine
Hawaiian News Co.,
; Alexander Young -Building
OFRCf' SUPPLY CO.
Write cleaner and lait longer than
S B. ARLEIOHdfeCO., ITD.-J
buuKM BUOKi! BOOKS!
BROWN ft LYON-CO., LTD.
Alexander Young Bldg;
Repaired, cleaned, and, made as
good'ai hew. All work guaranteed.
Ring up Telephone 16 and we will
do the rest.
WALL,, NICHOLS CO., LTD. .
) ii . ! n . i . i!
Glazed; Scenic; Postcards
HAWAII 4 SOUTH SEAS CURTOCO.
Young BuiUling ,'U '
, UNDERiWZAR"and.QL0JES,;. ,
Miss Kate Woodard
1141 Fort Street
FRENCH and EYELET '
V ' ' ' I
Mrs J. Rosenberg;
Alexander Young Building
Parisian Art Co.
European and Oriental Fancy Goodi
Armenian Lace by the Yard
, DreKBiaker, from Pari. Itjliih
Drettei, tailor-made ipeoialtiee. Rea
soaabla wicei. Harriaom Block,
Beretania and Fort atreeta
Shapei, Trimmingi and Flowen.
Dunn's Hat Shop
AND FLOWER SEEDS
Young Bldg. TeL SM
Trimmed and Untrimtned Hati.
Boston Bldg. Fort St.
' .For December.
BIRGSTR0M MUSIC CO., LTD.
Odd FeUowiBldg. Fort Bt,
LlsJUHim HAT VL&AHXiE.
All Kindt of Hati Cleaned and
No Acids Used. Work Guaranteed.
FELIX TURR0, Specialist,
1154,Fort Street. Opp. Cement
'Nonoluld, T. H.
i.r, is.TiMr, tt.fr-
RL A.. Gunst &,Co.
AFTER STANDARD OIL
t i -- i - .
Decision ofjSnpreme Court: Awaited
with Mucn sxpectanoy Will
Affect. Many Other Monopoly
Concerns on Same Lines.
WASHINGTON, March 16. Far
reaching .will bo a decision of the Uni
ted States Supreme Court adverse to
the Standard Oil Cotnpan In the case
In which Uriels for both the govern
ment and tho pompany hno Just been
filed and hlch, were pruned March
14. The Rovernmcnt chnrRCs Hint tho
8tnnilard Oil Company Is lu existence
In violation of the Sherman anti-trust
law and Is a conspiracy Jn restraint of
Irado and to destroy lis competitors In
tho oil trade. The elchth judicial cir
cuit court sustained the 'government
ot the company and (He case nns ap
pealed to the Supreme Court.
This' and the1 American Tobacco
Company Case are considered thn most
Important over brought under the Sher
man act. The tobacco. case! Is on np
peal, from, tho second Judicial clrcul)
and has been arcued. When de-
clslons In thescj, cascsk but particularly
In -tho Standard Oll'caso, nro handed
down It Is expected that they will for
the first time 'define exactly what n
trust Is andthe extent to which the
government can go -In rcsulatlng cor
porations. The decisions will also
have an Important bearing on the ad
ministration's Imfnodlate program of
further prosecutions ,of certain com
binations which nro now being Imcstl-
gated by the Department of Justice,
It Is now pretty well conceded that
the action on the administration's fed
eral Incorporation bill will be deferred
pending the decisions of tho Supreme
Court in the tobacco and oil cases.
In view of , the. fact that there are
hundreds of corporations, great and
mail, scattered throughout the coun
try wIiobo organization nnd methods
arc similar to those of the Standard
Oil Company and American Tobacco
Company, tho decisions v. Ill mean
much becauso it .will force them to
change their organisations nnd stylo
or doing .business If It Is ad erne to
the two companies' named. The brief
tiled In,, the Standard Oil cane by the
xovcrnment was. in ,tw9 volume?, nnd
oyer a thousand pages, A comprehen
sive .history of, the, company Is giv
en, and John D. noc)tofolcr, William
K.,fi0CKeieii9r, Jonn JJ.ArelUbold, oil-
m ., -injuo, nenry fli. riagior.
Cbtrlns.Mi Pratt, and Henry II. Roci
ere. are. charged with baying conspired
irura. lositf.iq mpnppoustne oi; Dunl
ncss. Since the Institution of the suit
Henry H.. Rogers has died. Tlie com'
pnny 'Is seyerely. scored in ,tho goicrn
menfs brief. ' '
"The Standard Oil Company,", It
sa, "keeps a secre department In
New York known as Its'Wallstical do
partment. Through this department II
has a complete system of espionage
upon Its competitors nil over the Uni
ted States. It wag with great difficulty
that tho government succeeded in
uncovering thU )Bteni. Many or the
leading men connected with the
Standard Oil Company were placed on
the statu and denied knowing any.
thing about the department until they
wore confronted with certain reports
and statements which came Into the
government's hands. t appears by
this testimony that tho Standaid Oil
Company has a, Bystem of reports
whereby every salesman and local
agent procures Information as to the
shipments of oil by Independents Into
his district. Thcso are" procured by
bribing railway employes to report
competitors' shipments; by keeping
men around railway stations to learn
tho shipping directions on barrels or
cars; by following the tank wagons
and salesmen of Independents; by v-m
ploying detectives to procure tho In
formation from tho Independents' cm
ployes and by following other dlsrcput
With this Information, the btlcf sas,
it Is obvious that the Standard has a
great advantago In determining when
and where to cut prices In order to
destroy competition nnd then to boost
them back again when competition
wns wiped out. President Tart and
Attorney Oeneral Wickersham are
awaiting the decision of the court In
these cases with tho keenest Inter
est, and If Ihey como down the wn
they believe and expect they will It
Is likely that this country will see nn
unprecedented chance in thn u.t- nt
doing business by a good many con
cerns or some ety lliely trust bust-
Ins. - JOHN K. MONK.
We don't believe Just what Gen
eral Sherman said he would do with
Texas should be done, but we dd
think that Iowa Is. a good deal bet
PIU5 aEO,IN.)JO 14'DAYS.
PAZO OINTMENT U guaranteed
to,curo apyvcase of Itching, Blitid,
Bleedineor Protruding Piles in 6 to
1 4 days or money refunded. Made by
PARIS MEDICINE CO., Saint Louis.
U.S. faf A.
GEO. A. MARTIN,
imlstss Suits for l.
rVTti E KCYSTONEj
.t i vnE.Ai.rn
The fact that Hostetters
Stomach Bitters has helped
thousands of sickly people
back to health during the
past 57 jcp.rs should con
vince you that it is the med
icine you need for Indiges
tion, Stomach Ills, Malaria,
Fever and Ague.
For sale by Densun, Smith ft Co.,
Ltd.; Hollister Drug Co., Ltd.;
Chambers Drug Co., Ltd.; 'Illlo Drug
Co.; and at all Wholesale Liquor
A Skin ot Beauty is asloy Forevei
rI. L FELIX eeiKAOD'S ORIENTAL
fc CREAM OX MAfiiCAL BEAUTlflER
huh, aw) -bkl l))rtfcr:
M4 tTtrr birtuuk
kwatotrd I nc tf
of rrv awi
Kt tt ii bcttirt ir
(It ftf1 Unilai
HUB. Dr. L 4
KtiV i to t
If af It kitiV
ton (ft palUntt?
A 7w li-JJrt
Will HM ib:9.
tha Wart ham fa I ft all lbs
kln rpri ." f r ! b? n anif nn r nty
Uoodt iirklrn in lb 16.14 9UU, VvmU Msl arcp
ntD.T. KtfUll frt . ft 6rM Jcmi VmH IwYr
. HOTEL. "
Qearv Street, above Union Square
jutt eppoilM Hole St. VrancU
European Plan $1.60 a day up
American Plan $3.00 a, day up;
Steel and brick structure, furnlihr
lngcot $300,000. Hifh class hotel
j atmtderaterstei. Center of Uitstre
and retail district. On car lines trans.
ferrlnjrallover city. Omnlbm meets '
au iraini ana sieamers. aena zor
booklet with man of San Frsncltco.
v Hotel Stewart now recognized aa j
,, nawauanuianoneaaquaren.vaDie .
address, "Trawets." ABC Code.
.HOTEL 8 TEW. ART,
A man is .known by the
company he keeps, and. &
house of .refreshment by the
company ' entertained. The '
most critical could not find
fault with the company at
The Resort of Honolulu's '
Particular, Men '
C. J. McCarthy, Prop. '
Hotel and Bethel Streets
Try One of the Ten-Dollar Iripj to
and the Pineapple Plantations
1W0 ,DAYS - TEN DOLLARS
Sachs Block, Fort and Beretania Sts.
fine turntsnea rooms, si per ,aay
1)0 and upwards per month. Splem
did accommodations. ,
'MRS. C. A. BLAISDELL. Prop.
Fint-Class Family Hotel
Best. Bstbing on the each
r 'W. 0. BERGIN,' Prop.' "
.fc. 1 sssssssssssK
I'M &. tern
5J5 Arrgjpl kMh. m
- 1180 Fort St.
PINE -RQLLBkAND BUNS.
, boston? baked.ibeans.
boston brown 'bread,
besr ii0me-mai1kuhead i
King up 197,
Everyone to know that J, E Rocha,
the tailor, has removed from the
Hnrrlson building to Rooms 35
and 36, Voung Hotel. 45E4-lm
I)y married couple (no children),
furnished cottage; not over S2G.
Address "II.", llulletln ofllce.
Thfce or four'-room cottage; rent
reasonable. Address "K. C. II.",
Serond-hand business buggy In good
condition. "V.", llulletln.
Clean wlplna ran at the Bulletta ot-
Young man wants clerical or book
keeping position. Klrst-clnss ref
erences. Addtess "A," Bulletin
Phone C09 and ask for Car, No. 482
Kred Noyes new'1910 7-passenger
Kissel Kar, Always ready.
FoT hire, seven-seated Packard!
phone 199. Young Hotel Stand;,
Chits. Reynolds. 4040-tf
E. H. Lewis wilToten on April i a
riding school at Athletic, Park; 25
stjllsh saddlo horses will be used.
Hours from 9 to 11 nnd ,3 to 5.
dally.j Prices will be II por les
son, or twelvo lessons for $10. We
guarantee to mnke a good rider
ot oit for $10. Levis Stables,
Tel. 41. i V ' 450C-'tf
re ftlnr lee-Plumber and Tiaseait,
Diuti,a oi.! u nuiii nuu r ,
Dr J. H. Raymond
PHYSICIAN AND BUIOEON. .
Alaiea St., Kauk.rciao Clna.'
Otfoe'Honrs-From 10 18 from
T' SWijJAYB 10 TO ii.
Tel. Offlce..r590. Residence. 14eXX
W. Krl Vincent
rof. of Muilc wessons In Singing,
Panotbrte, Pipe Organ, etc. Stu
dio, Kaplolanl Bids'.; room 17.
,.Rea. ,463) .Nutanu AY0-; .Phqno
1428. , - 4544-tt
r Cornei;,UnW and Reretanla tii
osur-yuuauiuuK, s-a p. sa.i sms
ardayi excepted. v Operatinf, 8-H
r-?r."a.' mij .
t'j ' 'TV i-i4.
S. E. LUGAS,
Maaenlp BaildlB,1. corner Xtl awl
The best leniiea la-town, W tit
Ai. SL ROWAI. (D, V 8..
' HOURS Club tSwables: 10 a. m.
to ill), sa.; 3 to 5:n-!-v Xmumbco:
8t1.l0.'a. m.: 1 tc',3 n. m.
PHONES Club Jt able, 108 1 Res;
FOR' BALE. AT Ah BASS
If you want to sprbrg a Joke, on
your friend, bring him up to the
Ueach cottage at Diamond Head.
Address "N.", llulletln ofllce.
Two furnished rooms. Apply Mrs.
D, McConnell,,122t Emma Bt.
ROOMS AND BOARD.
Cool furnished rooms and , cottage,
with or without board. 1634
Nuuanu Ave., near School St.
Prices moderate. " 4450-tl
The Transo envelope a time-saving
invention. No addressing ncces
sAry In sending out bills or re
ceipts. Bulletin Publishing Co.,
sole agents for patentee. tf
Sljc-room furnished Souse; modern
In ee.ry respect; $60 per month.
Beretania strtet near Punahou.
"K. K.", this office. 4572-ii
One. 19 10 Pnckard 3D phaeton auto
mobile; In use one mourn. I'ar
tlcul'nrs, I)r. C. D lttghornc.
Naval Station. 4580-21
Men's clothing on credit. $1 a week;
suit given at once. Levy Outfit
ting Co., Sachs hiifj Fort St,
Diamonds ami' Jewelry bought, sold
.and -exchanged. J. Carlo, Forf St.
Inter-Island and Oahu Railroad ship
ping, book, at Bulletta omce. u
laeaaese Employment Association,
Maunakea near Assl( Theater. Call
up phone C9t If you ,wnn,t a cock,
good boy or servants.,
if y . i
We have just- received new
patterns on wood and leather.
Everything; yon need for the
work you will find at our
store. ., . , ,r
Points and Bulbs
r ttt rMc
: Photo Supply Co.
Fort, Below Hotel
iftTIB'Mt vriir 1tln nil I A
In Our. Cream
' Special care to keen
it'coldfand protect 'it
from contasaiaatioa as
sure' ample keeping
fiattufaeturW ram pure tflsdlM wa
ter. Delivered u any part at My by
sayrteeus-Hsrlvars.. r - .
AID: ICE ANI.ELECTIK CO.,
and oBeos at Wo pes
W. O. BARNHART.
IN Msrchant tt
AU tha Qo i
, "BULL'; OINQEK ALE
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