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: ON RUSSIANS
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Labor Union Of Hilo Also
(Special Ilullctln Correspondence )
lllto. Hawaii, Junu 27
'f "llllo, Hawaii, June 24, 191".
"To the Hon. $atuuel (lumper, Pres
ident, redcrutlon o( Lubur, Wash
lugton, D, C.
"Dur Sir: This la in) Ilrst letter
of Introduction to joU, aud on be
half of the llllo Labor Union, I am
Instruitcd to lommunlintu to )ou
und express our high appreciation ol
the btnud tnkou b) ou iu regard to
the planters who are making virtual
slaves of the Russians In the Terri
tory ol llnu'nll. We cooperate with
)ou Iu the opinion that the plant
ers should deport them ut thcli own
"The labor conditions In this Ter
ritory are such that the country In
flooded with Asiatic laborers, which
lcaca no cban e for an American
citizen to work on these plantations
for' n living wage, and In order to
protect the American working man
wo have organized n union of about
two hundred members. Wo are
Idoklng with tho expectation to the
future as to tho continued growth
of our labor movement upon which
rcbts our dentin) tor freedom, of
hope, and high aspirations, tho cul
tivation of all which Is LcsE and no
blest Iu tho human family. Wo Bin
crcly hope that the labor organiza
tion on -4 he mainland will take nn
aitlvo part In demonstrating the ta
bor problem of this Territory. It
U tho aim of this unlonlo join with
the longshoremon of San. Franclscd
and fight for tho principles of labor
and to extend the hand of friend
ship to nil In the. effort io bring
about success and happiness.
"Hoping tho desire ot the llllo
I-ibor Union will be clear io you, 1
beg to remain, yours very respect
fully. "SECRETARY, HIM) J.AHOIt
i ' .The above Is the text of the let-
f. ' ter which the llllo Labor Union will
' solid to Gompers. It was read at the
j meeting of tho organisation which
"vy was held nt Firemen's Hall last Frl-
J V d.i) evening, and was adopted.
A letter from Supervisor Ionian,
whlih appeared In the public press,
t a'lld In which the lenders of tjjo
( union were scored as ngltators on
, account ot their kick for thhen
1 ronement ot tho eight-hour clause
In luiuit) contracts, nnd their pro-'-
test against the using of prjsquers
on roud Work, was read to the meet
' Chairman Ewallko made Jjie fol
"Fellow members of tho union, 1
would ask )ou to hear me In con
nection with some of tho attacks
which have been published In the
Hawaii Herutd ot June 23,. 1910,
against the officers of this union by
a member of tho Hoard, ot Super
visors. In regard to the union's ati
tltude on ttmIpht-hotir Uuuhc, a
such attacks were mado without an J
foundatlou at all. Thcro are bouicpcl
cullar mlsapprehenslomi which exsl
In the minds of borne mon regard
ing the labor movement. It stem's
to me that 1 can render no better
tervlce than to clear up those false
attacks, and otter they have been
cleared up, we shall be In a bettei
position to saj that we can go along
band In hand Iu Uie production and
the distribution of the wealth ot
our country. I lust want to say a
jt'.yword In regard to these nttacks In
' -the Hawaii Herald to the effect that
we are 'agitators.' ,
"Krom the time when I organized
the "Union, you all know that I am
ttrbdrd.worklng man In this town
of llllo. arid wutt so beforo I obtain
j- pil mv tirpumit nmelal tmsltlnn as a
clerk and Interpieter of the Uoard
of Supervisors. I, utn an advocate ot
every man's doing his level best, and
lira not an agitator. I think that
the American woikliig man In this
town should hot only organlzo and
demiyul.jthe eit, possible conditions
pbtiftlabk' hut I bollovo that ho
. should ,cye In return the verv best
Wy fJWk'ot ijlch,jh,ini8'r4pablo.
Hut 1 want to enter 'my emphatic
piolest against this umstant use ,of
the torip.'flgltator.' '
"There W no truth lor foifiltiflon
for such crlllclem. As a matter ot
tact, this union did not take tho at
tltude of criticizing the action of
the Hoard of Supervisors. We slm-
...piy take and dlscuts matters within
the Jurisdiction of this union. It is
a ine duty of tne officers of tills uulon
to size up tho trouble wltt; their
fellow men mid we am ilraundlncr
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,r tne road work of this county, to
. A&.Q vnicn wo arc u iurt.o cuutriuuiure.
Ih 2"'e "Aont to'exnand our opportunl-
fl ties for our own Uvea and thobe of
our children' that we and they may
' Iu their time be In a better position
' o protect and advance their Inter-
i ' ests in the battle ot life.
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"I want to say to you fellow wen
that v,t are beginning to organize
1 Atid)tbu)tJ- 'r
the labor movement of our own
count), nnd 1 look forward with ex
pectation to the continued growth
of this labor movement during tho
next two jcars, because on Its shoul
ders Is placed the mission of ..ful
filling man's destiny of freedom, of
hope, of higher aspirations, the cul
tivation of nil that Is noblest nnd
best In the human fatnllj.
"W'c sincerely and earnestly pro
test agniiist tho prisoners being Heed
on public roads, as they ought (6 bo
((inllned In a quarry where they 'can
cut stones Und materials for gov
ernment loads, and the government
deilvc beiicllt thereby, Tho law ot
the hind bus given us that privilege
as citizens und taxpayers and voters
ot this touuty, to demonstrate the
true principles of laborlsm. Wo
must fight as a unit for the prlnil
pies of labor, mid extend the hand
of friendship to nil In the effort to
bring about the target measure ot
success Hlid happiness and progress
with the least friction and disturb
ance In our everyday lives"
The sentiments expressed In this
speech were endortcd by tho unani
mous tote of tboiu pui-elit, mid It
nus voted to have the speech pub
lished In the press as the answer of
the union to the nttack.
A long discussion of the eight
hour labor chuse matter followed,
t 1' Hole recommended Jbnt men
working over eight hours on gov.
crnnient wo.Vt coulll iharge over
time. S K. Kahana said that tho
Contractors were not to blame, and
Jim Kcpoo stated that It was option
al with the laborers whether they
Wanted to work more than eight
hours or not
Iteprcsontatlvc Koalawaa was call
ed upon to explain tho meaning ot
the law, as he had helped to pnss
It He said that the Legislature
had pntscd It with tho Intent that a
minimum wage of fl.fiO should bo
paid for an eight-hour work day. It
was also tho Intent of tho Legisla
ture to prevent the employment of
prisoners on public roads, nnd to
use prison labor for other work.
Several members spoke of the Im
migration law, p'almlng that tho
repeal of this lavf Bhpuld bo the
principal Isiuo for (the union to take
up during the comlpg campaign. All
;anddntes who wonted tho support
of the organization, must, pledge
themselves to work, for ,tho'rcpcnl of
the present law.
J Olha demanded 4that tho union
should nominate Its own candidates.
The rialr ruled him out of ojder,
explaining that the union should se
lect the laudldntes whqnr It would
supiHirt from the tickets placed In
thi"fled by tho three parlies, when
It could pick ouf. from among these
the candidates wh,o were favorably
disposed towards, the laboring mon.
This matter was finally referred to
thfi exeputlve committee,.
Jim Kepoo. offered a, resolution to
tho offect that alter July 1 nq mem
ber ut the union should work for
jess (ban ll.SO for an eight-hour
work day. This carried.
J. Ollvn presented a resolution
that hereafter the union should bd
in government contracts. The mem
beri'should work on them without
receiving -wages, dividing up the
money received at the completion of
the work. This carried unani
Oliva also moved that tho union
should parade, in (ho Fourth of July,
with pioper uniforms,, rljhous, ban
ners, badges, etci , ' , . .
Tho chair suggested that, the rjm
rade inarch to Moobeau Park', where
theiiluwall I'onql spclfty wbuld give.
a luau, aud that, Uie members bo
itvesiiud fifty ce-nta to admit .theni
to the feed. The chair was author
ized to levy the assessment, und to
eecuro the county band to head the
Jim Kepoo suggested that, now
that public lands were to be opened.
consideration of public land mat
'eis. As n result the chair was au
thorlzed to draft a petition for cor
tain lands at I'ecpeekeo, and was
also Instructed to sond forms of a p.
plkatlous for the opening of public
lands to tho laboring men In the
various outside districts on this Is
AT THE NOVELTY.
There will be n change ot pictures
at the Novelty Theater tonight. The
feature film Is "I'ardncrs," a story
by Ilex Ilcach. Those hiving rMd
any of his books' knov'ivlut it lop
utar wrltor ho Is and tho .Vm'elty' bus
b)cu vury tortunute In rec-v nig this,
fllin Orton und LcoU Mill conduce
to . luvorltes. Their bIhiim o.iJ
juKcs nra up to unto an I very calr iy
Que oi Miss Leolu's Indl.ia gowni la
oa sl-ow In tho wlnlov of,J! moj a
and will bo worn by liar, In IntroJno
;n,' her Indian soaj-i, rsiii.rl I,,- ,'-V
('l tut on tho plaao
For InXinti and Children.
The Kind You Hare Always Bought
Signature of fT
Rubbered tooth brushes and Ilnrsnt
dental cream at Benson, Smith Co ,
Ltd, Hotel and Fort streets.
V U JlJ.
Railway Extension And
- Politics Make Times
(Special Uulletln Correspondence.)
HILO, Hawull, June 27. Among
those who (eft llllo Inst r'rlduy.as
passengers on board the Mauna Kca
were many llllo people, who went
to Kawnlhae, whento they con
tinued their Journey Iu Kallua.
where they attended tho great
thunh convention held to commem
orate tho landing of tho mission
aries (lev Aug Urnhms, the pastor ot
the Kurclgu church, went to Hono
lulu last week In order to attend
the annual convention ot tho Hawai
ian Uvaugcllcal Asso (atloil
Tho ringing ot the tiro alarm bell
lost Thursday morning at about
1U!3U o clock caubed some llttlo ex
cjtedicut In town and nlmoit broke
up tho'mcctllig of tho Liquor Com
missioners. The causa was a small
blaze in an nulo In tho Volcano Sta
bles, where some gasoline taught
fire through a short circuit. Tho
damage was nominal.
John O'flourkc. the veteran horse
man ot llllo, left hi iho Mauna Kba
last week on his way to Maul, whero
he will be u prominent figure nt tho
Fourth of July meet. O'Hourke will
look after tho four horses which rep,
resent llllo, nnd It Is to bo hoped
that hj will bring back somo prizes
when ho returns.
The local Democratic County Com
mittee has been notified that T, J
Hynn, tho well-known Mountain
View Democrat, has been appointed
general secretary of the executive
committee of the Democratic Cen'
tra) Committee, taking' the place of
the late John Kmnloluth. !t an has
been a hard-working Democrat cvor
since tho ttmo when 'tho tinterrlfled
ones were scarcer than hen's teeth
on these Islands, nnd ho deserves tho
recognition thus given1 htm.
' Licenso Commissioner Horner of
kukalau, who came to llllo last
week to attend the"meetlng of the
l.lreiiKc .Hoard, reported that politics
appeared rather dull ,1n Hnmakua
district, Joe 1'rltchard of Hono
kaa, who It wari generally hoped
would run for the 'office ot super
visor, should KernAndez nsnlre .to
other honors, has, says Horner, pos
itively declined to cntef the race as
n rnmtlrtntA. ll"
Tarf Assessor Wlllfong left lastj
week for Honolulu, with tho 'Inten
tion ot taking beforevtho Supreme
Court an appeal from the decision
of the Hoard of Tux Commissioners
In the caso of tho lfawl plantation,
by wlich the assessment of the plan
tation was reduced fifty thousand
dollars. Tho decision in tho cbbo
ot J, A. Magulre may also bo appeal
ed from, though In this case a re
duction of $2000 In the assessment
The extension ot the llllo Rail
r6ad line from Kapoho In the direc
tion of tlio Caiit lumber mill' Is'well
uridor way, 'and Only about a mile
or so repialus' (p b'e completed, six
nies huvlng already been flnlshe'd.
If, Is expected that' the' line will be
In operation In August, when regu
lar freight and passenger service
over )i win ue iimuurmeu, A larHU
pumber of nhla ties havo beeh pro
pared by the Cant mill, and there
will bo more than' a shipload on
hand when the' railroad provides tho
outlet needed for the shipment.
Work Is now going on on tho
construction of the Hank of Hllo's
Kona branch bank building at Kca-
lakekua, and It s expected that tho
bank will upon for business during
the mlddlu of July. Mr, Macfarluno
will bo in chargo as manager, and
M, de P. Spinola of the llllo bank
staff will go to Koua to start tho
John Cameron, tho section over
seer In chargo ot the I'aukaa section
o( tho Onomea plantation, was laid
Up by Illness last week.
Principal William MtCluskey ot
the I'apulkou school will go to Ho
nolulii uoxV Krlday. He has been
selected to take charge of the his
tory; fiiipnrttoetit of ',tho summer
Hdiool which 'will be conducted by
the Uoard ufr Education this sum
mer, Joaquin Lulz, a Portuguese, wus
last week sonteuced to six months'
ImprJBonpiont, by Jiidj;u.Bwalniou a
chargq of asuUlt up b'attery,, i Ho
was charged with having as'stultcd
line Augustine Marine, using a rock
hs a weapon und battering up his
opponent quite badly.
inairmau iiarry-lrwin of the local
Democratic County Committee wll
cull u meeting of that organization
some time during tho tomlug mouth.
Among the business to be taken up
will be that of the appointment of
a secretary to succeed T J Ilyan,
who will locate In Honolulu for the
present, and to select candidates for
the Hoard of Registration.
The Republican County Commit
tee at Its meeting last week again
discussed the plan to have the
county run an electric light plant.
Astfnfii' lu 'rS.SiYt ,i,...Iiai'i li irfnni ,jtA -iKhfM,.- It, ,m ,..,i. I I ,f&
J. Ollva of llllo and O. D, Supo of
Olaa wore hd4rsed for appoint
ment on the. Hoard of Registration.
William K.l Rngsdac has been ap
pointed a probation officer of the
Juvenile CourfA-for this' circuit. The
other members' are Father Aloyslus
H. llorghouts, Uudge Charles Swnln,
Levi C. Lyman!) Mist Isabella Flem
ing and WlUlatp McCluskcy.
Principal Rhhmond of the. llllo
High School IcCt In the Mnunn Kca
Inst week jfbr (Honolulu, whero no
expected to remain fur a few days
beforo leading for tho mainland,
whero he will suend his summer va
cation, JIo wlll go ns far Kast as
Chicago, whero 3ie will visit rela
tives. He will b'u abtfcnt from llllo
about ten weeks.
Professor Thompson of tho Hlshop
Muteum staff, wlu spent several
weeks here looking for new species
of fish nnd other , monsters of tho
deep, went to Ka'inlhao in tho Ma
una Kea last wck, on his way to
tho Kona district, where he .will
lontlnuo his Invontlgntlons. Pro
fessor Thopipsou was, rather dlsap
pointed with tho results of his work
In llllo, ns ho ..found only thrco
specimens ot any Interest during his
entire stay hero.
' Mr. McQuald at Kona, who bad
chargo of tho census work on this
Island, left last vvcck for Honolulu,
having completed" his work. Hcsldcs
tnking'.fjenclra ni(ervston of tho
census work' In the dlffdrcnt dis
tricts, Mr. McQunJd did tho census
of ho mnnufactulrcrs and of most
ut the sugar plantations on this Is
land. 'DK Vlclcfr' Clnrk, the chief
special agcnt'lfr charge ot tho work
on nil the Islands will leave Hono
lulu for Washington tomorrow.
Postmnster and Mrs. George Do
sha left last vvrck for Kallua In
order to attend, the big convention
of church peoplfe. They went over
land by rig, nnit expected to return
to Hilo this weolt.
FIGHT IT OUT
en i ii
llI,0,tHawntl, Juno 27. Thcrowas
8tormyM8essnion' board tho schooner
Expansion, which Is now lying in tho
harbor'la.st wyck, when Captain Ja
cobscn and Klirt Mato Hcnnlngscn
had It out with their fists on tho
vessel's deck. '
According, to Deputy Sheriff Fetter,
(Special Dull o(t I n Correspondence J
to whom thf combatants' brought tiicir
troubles later on, It appears that tho
ma,te hideen1 worshipping' at tho
shrine of ilachus, or whatever tho
h,amo of the deity to presides over
tllp flowing lion I nt Walakca may be,
and thjit h'p had come on boitrd the
schooner with' a somonhat querulous
dlsposltlon.( It appear that tho un
offending' cook' met' with his dlsfnvor.
and he tackled llip, galley genius. Tho,
captain Jumped iin.jknd tho. two oflli
cers took tho center 'of tho stage.
ThiTu werq no rules nnd only one
round, for .they clinched' after a few
passes' hud j'oen mado, nnd tho hat-
(Io ended inftioriousiy witn ootn men
rolling In tho scuppers.
Tbo captain went to tho pollen sta
tion to get a warrant for tho arrest
of tho mato. 'but It appeared to tho
police that tho mato had tho worst of
the deal, und as thcro wcro no wit
nesses who would testify, und ns tho
origin of tho fight wns thus vhroud
cii'lu iiiy'stery, no 'action was takeij.
Tho matu has 'been l paid off and will
Veck' povturea udw! while the cap.
tutu la. necking another mate.
Thi following "ir;.r 1 1 mcsiuft Lis
been rccejved 6y tho Bi'its from tho.
8 S. Sierra:
"A Sea, June SO, :9t0, 3 p it. 0
S Sierra, 477 inllos froui Honolulu,
strong K. K. winds ten 1 i'ilto a heavy
head sea. Weather rqually at tln.es.
Bar 30 30; air, 70.
Occasionally u man gets so dlacour
uged that ho feels like writing poetry.
uetter n rolling stone than a stolon
roll Chicago News.
Marriage is Eeldom what it Ic con
tracted to bo.
IT ia your money; and
bo, if you see fit to
pay 25 centa for a
two-ounce cake of "toi
let" soap, pay it
' 'But a 5 cent cake of
Ivory Soap weighs three
times as much, and is
Because it is purer;
because it contains np
"free" alkali; because it
99o Per Cent. Pure
WasCurcd by LydlaE.Pink
Adrian, Go. "I suffered untold
misery from n femalo weakness nnd
disease. And I could not stand more
wan a minute at a
time. Jly doctor
said an operation
was the only
rhnnro I had, and
I dreaded It almost
ns much as death
One day I was
reading how other
women' had been
cured by J,ydla K.
nnd" decided to trv
llefore I had taken"ono bottle 1
was better, and now 1 nm comnlctelr
cureiL"j-LENA V. IlsWhr, Jloute No.
3, Adrlan.ua. ,, .
Why will women tako chances with
an operation or draff out a sickly,
half hearted' existence, missing three-
4 llftaaiiciu CAinreiiw). t,toa,iig .vv-
tthsof the Joy of living, when, they
I find health In I.ydla E. rinkhnm's
For thlrtr rears It hat been, tbn
Standard remedy for female Ills,, and
has cured thousands of women who
havo 'been I -tfoubled VPlth flcli -nlV-
ulceratldh. fibroid tumors, Irregulari
ties, pctlodlo pains, backache, indiges
tion, and nervous prostration.
. If you havo tho slightest doubt
(hot Jjyilln, li Plnkham's Vcro
tnblo Compo.untl will help you,
vrrlto to Mm. lMnkhnm nt Iynn,
Mnss., for advice Your letter
will bo Absolutely confidential,
and tho ndvlco fro.
r, pf f
it protection aeainstthe heai.
It keeps the building cool by
keeping the sun's heat out.
It it Weather-proof, Fire
. proof and 'Acid-fesisting,
,' i lLUI
, tX)Il 8 ALU UY
I'lfl, . 4,1
Lcwers & GooKe,
177 SOUTH KING
Manufactured from pure distilled wat
er. Delivered to any part of city by
Kewslo.,, , t
Delivered to residences
-and offices at 25o..per
nundred in lu-Ib. lots
' W. 0. DA UN HART,
I33i Derciupt at.,
Tel. 149. .r ,,
FOB SALE AT ALL BABI
, , TELEPJI0NE 1331
,r Order?J .
Cream Pure Rye
L0VEJ0Y AND 0 0..
SUMMER VACATION .SUGGESTS
H ALEI W A
IT'S A GOOD THING
On the Line of the Oalm Railway
Fint-Clan FamUv Hotel
Best Bathjng on the Beaoh
W, 0. BEBGIN, Prop.
The True Hawaiian Musical
Easy to learn an,d especially
adapted to Hawaiian music.
Friends on tho mainland
will appreciate a gift of an
Plain and Inlaid Koa
Alex, Younp Building
Hawaiian News Co.,
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. y WMcnwn uws KKKI Of mOOO UKf
wpmem NOiaeMj Io aplua i vwt with.
nss avinw'-i lw Ll 1 .LL. ..JL "JJ.L ssn
f - " jw ftv-rw sn lassi h n iu QWU
OFFICE SUPPLY COMPANY
' 031 Fort "Street
Fireworks and Flags
A. B. ARLEIGH & CO., LTD.
Hotel Stres - ,
Sky Rockets, Roman Candles,'
v w. Hef?'r.e .. .
t Fireworks in Cases(
'Fireworks of All Kinds
WALL,' NICHOLS CO., LTD.
Book! Books! Books!
. Go to
BROWN .&.LY01f CO.. LTD.
Eyes Tested Glasses Fitted
ALFRED D. FAIRWEATHER
Oculists' Prestations Filled
IIAItltlBON IIL-OCK, TOUT STRUUI
Honolulu, T. H.
.. . ,WE USE, .,
' In Our Cream ' 1
f Special ce o:kYe.o '
it cold and protect! it
from contamination as k
sure ample keeping ij
' qualities. . j,
THE POND DAD1T. ''
Do You Dance?
If not, wli not I The Royal Acad
emy of Dancing holds forth every
Friday evening at the Odd Fellows'
Hall, corner Fort and King streets.
All numbing Work
THK PIONKKIl PLUMDBn ,
182 Merchant Street, Near Alakca
MAY'S OLD KONA COFFEE
nest in the Market
HENRY MAY & 00.
AU the Go
"BULL" GINGER ALE
RYOROFT'S FOUNTAIN SODA
HAWAIIAN SODA WORKS
. Phone 610
. CORPORATION NOTICES. '
At the adjourned annual meeting
of tho Sierra Nevada Development
(jo , Hem in iioom ZDT,.'Mccandlesj
building, lh,,ino"c,ltJ"if ttonoluld, on
J. S. MiCandleks, h,' McCand.
lens, M.'P.llou'lnson. A.M. McDrvde.
C: (1. Hockus.
At a dlrcctoj-s' hicetlng held Im
mediately after tho stockholders'
meeting,. (ho following bfflcors were
elected to serve for the ycir:
J. S. McC'nndlcsa President
U I.. McCandlcss. . .,,'Ylpo-I'rcsldent
A, M. Mcllndo, ., . .Trpasure'r
C. O. Hockus .....'Secretary
C. O. UOCKU8,
- , . Secretary.
June 28,; 1!)1D, , 3t
Notice Is hereby given of the In
corporation, under the .laws of the
Territory of Hawaii, of DANK OF
HONOLULU, l,tD. (dapltal IfiOO,
U00 fully paid up), which will take
over and succned to the business of
CLAUS SPflEOKHLS & CO. on July
Thd nANK OF" HONOLULU, LTD.
will 'conduct a genera,! banking but-
Sn ess as 'heretofore carried on by
ILAUS' SPIlfcrJUrTLS & CO, and
asks the continuance of the 'valued
patrohafeo accorded ''a that' firm.
, IJA-Nk OK'HONdLULUl LTD.
i w.'o. mwiN, i ut
J. HOPP & CO.
Wo have tin Id our accounts. Pleasa
Set busy nnd attend to yours. If
you do not and the account Is placed
In tho hands ot an attornoy, the
fault will ha jour a, not ours.
J. HOPP & v-O..
Per L. C. ABLKB.
ICSG-Iune 27, 2, 29, 30) July 1,
n 8, 4 .S(l7. 7 8, 9, 10.
" " j BY AUTHORITY".", ' ' ,
.... ORDINANCE HQID. j ,p.,v
VNi pitrjUNANCBi HEtfkTWfa Tli'
PLUMIIINU WOItK IN'JHE ClT
AND COUNT' OF HONOLyLU.
Oe It Ordained by the People of the
City ,nnd County of, llonoldluf'
Section 1. It shal. bq.unlawful
.'or ,any nerson, or, iironAflrrn Nor
orporation, f tq do any ."pfumblng
A-ork for another In the City aM
bounty o,,Hinolu)ii until hp or they
ihall have first obtained' a license
:o do plumbing work In.accordanco
with tho provisions ot Sections 3 and
I iofi Ordinance No;.. 6.-of..the pity
ind County of Honolulu, as amend
H bj Ordinance No. it of the City
ind County ot Ipnolulu. '
Section 2. Any'person or persons,
lirm or corporation, violating the
irovUlons of this Ordinance shall be
leemed guilty of a misdemeanor,
ind upon conviction tbereot shall' bo
mnlshcd by a fine of not more than
c'ive Hundred Dollars ($500.00), or
y Imprtsonmeut for a term not ex
ocdlng six months, or by both fine
'. Section 3. This Ordinance sha
take effect fUteoit dd frphfand aft
r ihodate of 'its prdvbl. i
Inlrodured by Siilervlsbr "
" h W. AYLBTT.
Date ot introduction: l ''
' ' May 2, A. DlSld. '
Approved this '2 1st 'Say ot Juns,
. Dv 1910. ' ' I '
JOSEPH J. FERN.
1650 June 21. 22, 23, 21, 25, 3i.
28, 29, 30j'July 1.
To the FrecincC Clubs ot the Repub
lican Party of the Territory of
Pursuant to Section 17 of Article
1 ot the rules and regulations of the
Republican Party of this Territory,
the precnc( clubs of the several pre
cincts are horoby notified fo meet
on Trlday, Juy 8, at 7:30 p. m . for
tho purpose of making nominations
for officers of said precinct clubs to
servo for the ensuing two years, i
that cuiji'nrccYnit shall meet at4
same Koir b'n July' 15Pfor,'the'ii
IHjse pt electing omcors from
ing. '""' "' " "
' in' ,!',!!: "..Whit &.....H.. ni
mltree of ''the" Territorial ryentral
Cdhimltteo of thRcpubllcan Party.
y v a. n. dARTnn .
ASSESSMENT NO. 12 "
Honolulu Branch of the Harrison
' MatualAsiociaiion -Has
beau called and Is DUB JUNE
15 and DELINQUENT on JULY 16i
M. E. Silva.
UNDERTAKER AND EHBAXHER
rrompt and Polite Attention
CHAPLAIN LANE. OPPOSITE
Phone 170 Night Call 1014
Juno 28. lpio the followl
toVs were clccfcd.' 16' sorvo
ensuing ycaVJ'1, "'"