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RVKNINU lltlLLBTIN. HONOLULU, T. II., TUESDAY, JUNE 28, 1910.
HOW TO EVADE
BOARD HEARS OF
" KIMBALL'S ADVISERS
Hotel Manager Tells on Lawyers to
License Board Licenses Grant
ed nnd Denied (or Coming Year
Eleven licenses were grunted nnd
five denied by tlio Hoard of License
Commissioners yesterday afternoon
and no Sunday prlx liege whs granted
Ilalelnn Motel ns was requested per
sunnily It) Manager Kimball o that
"If the members of thin Hoard could
come to llalclwa nny Sunday they
would be nblo to hear all eurta of
wa)s for me to ende tho law nnd veil
Just one bottlo of beer These Bug
gcstlons hno come from dinner bold
ers of tho office of Attorney General
and from about nil tho members of
tho Hawaii liar," said Munager Kim
ball In asking for his Sunday prlv
Licenses granted yesterday wcro to
Hatelwa Hotel, II. Ilackfcld & Co,
Schaefer & Co, Wagner & Uonsnhcs
Morchunts Kxchnngo Saloon', Kncuro
Saloon, Inane Crockett for saloon on
Hotel nenr N'uuanu, Thomas McTighe
retail, Anchor Saloon, Union Grill
Criterion Saloon nnd K. Ono, the lat
ter on rehearing.
Those who were denied licenses
were M 0. Slhn, for saloon (n River
street, Shlgcmasu at Wnlp.llm, Old
Corner Saloon, Ishllmrn at Wnlalua
and Nckcmoto on rehearing.
Tho matter of no screens H cali.ons
was oted upon but tho Dilatd dead
cd to let such premWos reniala as
they now are.
The attendance at the meeting of
the license board jcsteruTij alter
noon was muili smaller titan at the
last meeting, but the legal fritter
nlty was well represented ncntti.
Prank Thompson. W. W. Ihajer.
SI. K. I'rosser and It. W. Ilrecknns
were among those of the legal lights
present nt the meeting.
Ilehearlng of petitions denied nt
the last meeting of the board was
the first busliiess taken up.
It, W. llieckons addressed the
board on behalf of K. Ono, stating
that be had known the applicant
ever since, he had been In Honolulu
and -were he a member of the board
he vjbuld gi-nni the applicant 'a II
lunso booner than nny Japanese.
If possible, In case the license
was granted, he would like to wove
to tho Harvey premises, should that
license be refused or should It run
out at the settlement of the estate,
W. W. Tliajer at this point stat
ed that the Harvey estate wished the
license continued, us this btuucss
was practically till thnt tho fanjlly
nan to support it.
S. Nekamoto was represented by
Frank Thompson, who presented the
testimony of tho court In the case
of Ills being fined for selling gin In
bottles under another hruud.
Thompson brought up the point
that Ignorance of. law might be ns
well applied to district magistrates
who decided cases on laws that had
been repealed for Beveral jcars.
Testimony from residents near the
laloon and from the plantation near
which It Is located was presented, al
cf which was favorable to Nekamoto
and the way he had conducted his
Mr, Mjhre told about going to the
saloon with Duncan and buying gin
from small bottles which contained
more ulcoliol tliau It should and was
hence nilsbrunded and adulterated.
Ichlhara was spoken for by M. I
Proscer. This license was held ut
Walalua by Osakl. und lie now wish
ed It transferred to the applicant, ns
ne nad made arrangements to sell
out to Ichl Intra, as ho himself could
not have a license owing to the fait
he had a llcenso In Honolulu,
No complaint has ever been made
by Kennel oxcept onco, and thnt was
soon after Its establishment, and that
was only In regard to the counter
over which tho liquor was sened.
At this point Chairman Cooke
stilted that there was a petition from
the1 voters of the district. To this
petition I'rosser replied that the slg
natures were not voluntary ones,
Mr. Cox nddrfsaed the, board In
response to u question from Cooke,
j'lM-ila'tell that the deacons of the
church started the petition first. It
another man wanted a, license, all
right, but this man had not run
ducted the place. In a proper muu
A Hawaiian told the loard of con
ditions at Walaluii atici pjyiU),
when luone) was spent fit' there
for booze. It was his opinion Unit
niie saoou was uiiihirIi Hiuio In ud
' illiioti to tlio hotel
Thsjer asked about the llursy
llcenr. An opinion of ex-Attorn')
Ointrsl llcnienway was that no II
cense could be granted to an exec
utor or administrator, mid' that ex
tension lould be grunted opt thai
filing in lull I be itmit to clo.o up
Mm IiiihIiiash without suuilflrs.
Ill this' lusu 'lluiyur ul;d ( r uu'
THE most exquisite
cleanliness 13 nec
essary in the care
of bottles and
other utensils used in the
preparation of a baby's
For this purpose, there
is nothing quite so good
as Ivory Soap.
.. Dissolve a few shavings
of Ivory Soap in a quart
of hot water. Rinse tho
bottles with cold water,
wash them inside and out
in the Ivory Soap suds and
then scald with boiling
990 Per Cent. Pure
extension until an application -.miM
be pipacntcil by tho heirs for n new
licence. , '
Fisher & Day wcro represented by
Da), and n letter nddrcsscd to tho
board was rend. I)a had purchased
the Interests of Llshniin und prom
ised to (ompl) rigidly with mi) rules
or sugguqtltitu of tho bunrd, If tho
license coilld not. be granted, n six
mnntliH license w.is usked for, so
that fixtures and sttulc timid bo sold
After .finishing the rehearing, n
largo number of liquor men tyipear.
en wiio were interested In the now
licenses to be ri anted, nnd the board
parsed to the first consideration of
llalclwa Hotel In its application
nsked for the Sunday prh liege. Tho
license paid Is $7."0, when formerly
only S250 was paid. This was on
account of tho raising of the Vnla
lua pnstofncu from fourth to third
class owing to the large amount of
money-order business done by Jap
This Increase did no good to the
lintel. The business of the hotel was
practically a Sunday business and
was far enough from town so that
getting n drink there, wns Incidental
and nut the main purpose.
Manager Clifford Kimball of the
hotel said that every Sunday there
were many wa)s suggested to him
to Mule the law and sell a bottle of
beer. TJiese suggestions hnd comf
from former nttornc)s-gencrnI and
pearly nil members of the Hawaii
p nil the new applications con
sidered by the hoard there was no
one present In nny Instance to pro
test ngnlnst tho granting of u li
cense to any applicant.
Hackfeld & Co. nnd F, A. Schaefer
& Co. were among the applicants
whose applications were considered.
and Tims, McTlghe nppllod for a re-
tall license nnd will do no wholesale
business If this license Is granted.
F. AUGUSTUS HEINZE, THE ONE
TIME "COPPER KINO."
NBW YORK. Juno 10 F. Augustus
Ilolnzo will not servo n term In the
fodernl prison nt Atlanta us u' icsult
of tho chin go of.opcralliiK a ool In
coppi r stock Willi tho funds of tlio
.Mercantile Niilluual bank, tho Jul)'
having acquitted him The nun tlmO
copper king niadu u hard flulit In tho
federal court before Judge, Hough, but
District Attorney Wise brought out
evidence thnt ho claimed supported
the government's case of manipula
tion of Ilia bank funds
The prlie of doughnuts has gone
up. This piiimlses well fur Hit ill
gusllou of Ilia Aliiciliiin poupje H)
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ISKrSk. i-Hfr.rislfr' SffljgcSSPV
wte fat, iV i .-
"IF YOU FAII
If you fall, don't forget
That )ou nie human.
That )ou aimed high.
That )ou aro still ailvc.
That no matter how ambitious you
lire, our Ideal will alwajs bo far
ahead of )ou, ,
' That .nothing venture, nothing
That )(iu nre better off than mil
lions ot others. '
That ma be )ou needed tho les
son of this ono falluie, so.called. i
That )ou arc CO )ears old, nnd
s long as )ou draw breath, )ou will
keep up the light.
That )ou still exert an Influenco
upon someone, either for good or for
That there Is no need d)lng of
Shame, especially when )0u are the
onl) one who Is to be shamed to.
death. . ,
That next time )ou will avoid
your present failure. '
That )ou need to fall In order to
gain experience, and ultimate suc
cess. That nothing succeeds like ovei-
That humanity Is good.
That sometimes the world knows
That possibly )ou didn't select
)our goal wisely.
That )ou may need tho help and
oncouragemout of someone else.
That what )ou may call failure Is
by some other poople termed success.
That success Isn't money nlono.
That success Isn't alone getting
come high office.
That success Isn't always worth
while If you have the wrong Ideal,
That success Isn't so much )our
own estimate of )ourseff und )our
That suctesH Is mure a matter ot
what other people, that Is, tho rjsht
thinking people, think ot you apd
That success Is not so, much what
other people think of )ou now, but
moro what they will think of )ou,
and the good jou have done, when
they look back upon )ou In tho)caib
CARD OF THANKS.
The family of tho )ato Frank II
llanoy, deblro to express their sin
cere appreciation of the many kind
nets extended and beautiful floral
offerings sunt during their lain be
lllauk books of all Mirls, IimIk'TH
cln, iiiunurauluted b) (ho II u 1 1 e 1 1 n
Bl " MAM WW
Complete line of cars with fore-door
bodies. One quality ; two vsizes the
"Packard Thirty" and the Packard
j "Eighteen" Town Car.
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jv TOURINO. CAR CLQSE-C0UP1ED ' I A
RUNABOUT COUPE PHAETOK ll
Early r deliveries. Limited allotment. We arc
now taking orders. Complete, information and
catalog now on request.
is protection against the heat.
It keeps the building cool by
keeping the sun's heat out.
It is Weather-proof, Fire
proof and Acid-resisting,
FOR BALE DY
Lewers & Cooke,
LIMITED ' ,
177 SOUTH KINO
Do You Dance?
If not, wh- not I The Royal Acad
emy of Dancing holds forth every
Friday evening at the Odd Fellows'
Hall, corner Fort nnd Kinc streets.
MAY'S OLD KONA. COFFEE
Best in the Market
HENRY MAY & 0 0.
All the (Go
"BULL" OINOER ALE
RYOROFT'S FOUNTAIN BODA
HAWAIIAN SODA WORKS
ritCS CURED IN 0 TO 14 DAYS.
I'AZO OINTMUNT Is guaranteed
tu euro any case of Itching, lllind,
Illccdlug or Protruding Piles In 6 to
M days or money refunded, Made by
I'AIUH MICDIC1N1? CC.Balnt Lwils,
U.S. of A. .'J.
"Thirty" Tourine bar
Eonlnment Includes Ton
IO if m i-n
. i yd, ":. T.
i tl ' r
I .' ,
NEW STYLE? ,
Agents , ,.
PEKIN DUCKS, OEESE AND
Manufactured from pure distilled v'.t
er. Delivered to any part of city by
courteous drivers. V
Oahu Ice & Electric Co..
Kewalo. Telephone B8.
Delivered to residences
and offices at 25c. per
nunnrcd in lU-lb. lots
W. O. BARNHART,
133 Berchant St.,
THE ORFHEUM BURNED
IS STILL ALIVE1
FOR SALE AT ALL BARI '
' TELEPHONE. J331
Cream Pure Rye
LOVEJOY AND 0 0.
GEO. A. MARTIN,
Builntis Bniti for 111,
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
In the Matter of the Estate of Kao
nohrXahale, Deceased, i -
The undersigned, having been by
an order bf tho Hoiiorablc V. J.
rtoblnnon, Thlr4 Judge, Circuit
Court, First Circuit, Territory of Haw-all,
duly appointed "administrator
of tho Kstatoiot Kaonohl Knhote, de
ceased, late of Honolulu, Island of
Notlco Is h,ercby given to all per
sons to present their claims ngalnst
tha estate of tho said Knonnhl Ka
hclo, deceased, duly authenticated,
whether scoured by mortgago or
otherwise,, to tho undersigned at Ills
place of residence, nt Diamond Head,
nenr the Diamond Head Lighthouse
Station, In tho City, and County ot
Honolulu, territory of Hawnll, with
In (G) six months from tho date
hereof, or they will be forever
barred. And nil persons Indebted to
the said cstnto are hereby requested
to niako Immediate payment thereof
to the undersigned.
Dated at Honolulu, Oahu, this 14th
day of June, A. D. 1910.
Administrator ot tho Estate of Kao
nohl Kahole, Deceased.
4644 Juno 14. 21, 28; July t. 11.
. IN the cmcuiT court, nnaT
Circuit, Territory of Hawaii, in
Probate. At Chambors. No. 4191.
In the .matter of the Estnto of An
dreas Wlnsmann, Into ot WalpahU,
Oahu, deceased. On reading and III-
Ing the petition nnd accounts ot lied
tram von TJamm, Administrator of
the Estate ot Andrew Wlssmann, late
of W'alpahu, Oahu, wherein petition
er asks to be nllowred 1260. OG and
charged with 1971.20, and asks that
tho same be examined nnd approved,
and that a final order bo made of
distribution of tho remaining prop
erty to the persons entitled nnd dis
charging petitioner and sureties from
alt further responsibility heroin; It
Is ordered, thnt Monday, the 18th
day ot July, A. D. 1910, nt ten
o'clock a, m, before lc Judge. pre
siding at Chambers of said Court nt
his courtroom jn the Judiciary Hulld
lug, In Honolulu, County of Hono
lulu, be and the same hereby Is ap
pointed the time and placo for hear
ing said petition nnd accounts, nnd
thnt .all persons Interested may then
and there appear and show cause, If
nny the,)' have, why the same should
not be granted, nnd may present
evidence as to who are entitled to
the said property. Dated at Hono
lulu, June 7, 1910, Ily order of the
Court! J, A. THOMPSON, Clerk.
Circuit .Court, First Circuit,
4439 Juno 7, II. 21, 28.
BY AUTHORITY. "
ORDINANCE NO. 19.
AN ORDINANCE 'itEI.ATINCl Tt
PLUMBING WORK IN THE CITl
AND COUNTY OK HONOLULU.
Ue It Ordained by tho Pcoplo of tlio
City and County of Honolulu:
Section 1. It shall bo unluwfu
for any portion or persons, firm or
corporation, to do any plumbing
work for another In tho City and
County of Honolulu until he or thoy
shall have first obtained a license
to do plumbing wrk In accordance
with the provisions of Sections 3 and
4 of Ordlnanco No, 6 bf tho City
and County of Honolulu, as amend
ed by Ordlnanco No. 115 of 'the City
and County ut Honolulu.
Section 2, Any person or persons
Arm or corporation, violating the
provisions ot this Ordinance shall be
deemed guilty of a misdemeanor,
and ,upon conviction thereof shall be
punUhed by a lino of not moro than
Five Hundred Dollars (1500.00), or
by Imprisonment tor 11 term not ex
ccedlng six months, or by .both fine
and Imprisonment. ,
Section 3. This Ordinance ehn
tnko effect fifteen days from and aft
er the date of Its approval.
Introduced by Supervisor
It. W. AYLETT.
Date ot Introduction:
May 2B, A. D 1910.
Approved tills 21st day ot June,
A. D. 1910.
JOSEPH J, KERN,
4CC0 Juno 21, 22. 23, 24, 2G, 2i.
28, 29, 30; July 1.
PLUMBING AND TIN WORK
The Pioneer Plumber
182 Merchant St., near Alakea St,
Eyes Tested Glasses Fitted
ALFRED D, FAIRWEATHER
flnilllll1 Prr.ni-l-iflnni Vi11.,t
HARRISON IILOGKf mUT STREET
Honolulu, T, H,
jsjsV'Tor Rent" cards on sals ct
tli Uullslln ollles,
,, CORPORATION NOTICES.
NOTICE TOONDHOLDERB. -
Kohala Sugar Company,
In accordance. wJth the terms
under whlehjlf ,1"P'"9 wore Issued,
the KoWa Sugar Company will pay,
with jcqrued Interest 0n August 1,
1910, rnrtjnvo Tnousand and 00
100 DollsfH iS45.0ob:00) of lis
bonds, comprising the remaining out
BtnnillnR'bo'rldH of the present Issue.
The numbers of llio bonds to be paid
are as follows:
1 41 63 90 117
2 43 6S 92 121
4 4G, CS 101 130
10 49 C9 102 131
18 55 72 103 132
22 5S 75 10G 134
27 5R 70 108 138
30 D9 83 , 112 140.
39 61 87 115 ' i0 i
Notice Is hereby given to tha hold
ers of these bonds to present the '
same for pa)nicnt nt the banking
Iioubo of The Dank, ot Hawaii, Lim
ited, In llonoliilu'-o'n August 1, 1910.
nnd thnjt Interest onjiamo will ceaso
on and after that dato.
, CHAS. If. ATHERTON.
Treasurer, Kohala Sugar Co.
Honolulu, June 23, 1910. 1
June 23, 28, 30; July 6, 7, 12, 14, X.
19, 21, 26, 28.
At a .meeting of tha shareholders '
of J. Hopp & co , Ltd , held at their-
place of business, 185 King street,
Juno 27, 1910, the following offi
cers -wcro clotted to serve for the
E. M. Marshall .,....
President and Director
Jas. E. Jaeger
....Vice-President, and Director
L. 'C. Abies ,.'...
..., Treasurer and Director
K. J. LoWrcy
Secretary and Director
M. P. Robinson
1..,. A"dl tor and Director
K. J. LOWREY,
465V 3t Secretary.
""" NOTICE. ,
Notice Is hereby given of the In
corporation, under the laws' of the
Territory' of HaWalf,"of flANK OK
HONOLULU, LT'D, '(Capital '$600,
000 fully paid up), whlch'wlll take
bver and succeed to tho business of
CLAUB 8PRECKEL9 &' CO.' on July
The DANK OK HONOLULU, LTD., V
will conduct a general banking bus- T
Iness as heretofore carried' on' by l
CLAUS SPRECKEL3 & 'CtV and
asks tho continuance of, the 'valued
patronage accorded td that firm.
'DANK OP HONOLULU,' LTD.
"W. 0. IRWIN,1
4637-231 " President.
At n meeting of the stockholders
of the W. W. Wright Co , Ltd., held
this day, tho following officers were
W. W. Wright President
J. Alfred Magoon
1. J. lwrcy.. ..2nd Vice-President
E. II. Paris Secretary
C. O. Hottel .' '.
Treasurer and Munager
P. L. Weaver.. Auditor
June, 27, 1910. 4655-3t
J. H0PP& CO. '
We have paid our accounts. Please
get busy and attend to )ours. If
you do not and the account Is placed
In the hands' of an attorney, the
fault will be youro, hot ours.
J. HOPP & i-O.
Per L, C. AULES.
(665 June 27, 28, 29. 30; July 1, vi
2. 4 .5. 7, 7. 8, 9. 10.
During my absonco from the Ter
ritory, Mr. W. L. Emory will act for
me under full puwer of attorney,
I0fi5 3t E. W. QUINN.
ASSESSMENT NO. 12 ,
Honolulu Branch of the Harrison
Has beon called and Is DUE JUNE
15 nnd DELINQUENT on JULY IS.
UNDERTAKER., AND EMBALMER
Prompt audi Polite Attention
CHAPLAIN LANE, OPPOSITE
fhone 179 Night Call 1014
In Our Cream
Special care to keen
it cold and protect it
from contamination as
sure ample keeping
Til FOND DAIRY,