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EVENINQ BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H.p THURSDAY, APR. 13, 1911.
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KAM CADETS ENJOY WEEK CAMPING
TRIP TO OTHER SIDE OF ISLAND
Tramping, Fishing and Bathin g Occupy Time Plain Fare
Served and Drills Gone Th rough With Several Boys
Lost for One Night and Arrived Home Late.
The Kninehnineha Cadet lUttallon,'
undr arm, left the -.clionl on March
31 for mi vluht-itii) c.imp on the wlnd
wnnl side of the Inland, nt Hnleahn, ami
returned to school lat Saturday even
ing after a Rood time.
Tlio endets took the train at the
tU'iiot mill It wax a noisy hut happy
crowd Hint lcfl town that mornlm.
Music, wns kept ui by tho II Com
pany boys thriMiKlunit tin- four hourM'
journey. Tin- boys of that company
ciTlnlnly linil n Jolly time on the trip.
At KnhuMi n Ktop wns mailo for
nearly twenty minutes, to wait for the
Kool.ui train to carry the hattnlinn on
to Hie camping site, which Is eleven
mlles from Knliuku
It was 2 o'clock In the nfti moon
when the slow Koolnu train reached
llnlcnhu station. The cadets were out,
nnd formed companies at once. Htignr.
enne on out- side of the truck, moun-
tnlns In back, the sen n quarter of n'
mile nwny. rice patches on the other
side of the track but no view' of a
camping site could be seen. The scen
ery wan beautiful, but Hint was not In
teresting to the boys nt the time.
Soon mine the order from I'nptnln
Wlnlers to innrch down the lane, nml lug can. liy morning there wns no Monday morning Inrge crowds start- tlon It was found that a young Hawal
bere Is where the boys were up 111 the' water left lu the.can, and It was n enso ed out for the inountaliiH una In. This ;m chap had gone along with the boyn
nlr. for they were quite sure that go-, of xcnillnir for some more bv the noor wns Hie llrst dav many of tho lmyx ,i ...,, Inst neennnklni! n new trull
Ini? down that Inn would not lend Ihem
to n very good camping site. After n'
walk of nbout n quarter mile, the enmp the olllcers" tents, and when morning llshlng grounds lire poor nt Ilaleaha, so ,imi remain nt tho top of the mountnln 'tournament on the lleretnnln uud la
wns reached. It wax u poor camp site came the wisest of the bunch got up the boys bad to go miles In order to t morning, when they were to start .clllc courts yesterday ufternooir were
In n inllltnrv wnv. for onlv two com-' first nml nxnil tlin venter Hrut In u-nnti. tl.l l.trf ttl.ii.eu The Inslronieiltnl ...., .....1 l.,...t r,.,. Il. mliaWti tmv. I (lit HlUt could be usked, Uhd that the
panics could pitch their tents In ono
lot and the faculty nnd Co. O tents
were pitched In two other places. Tho
ground was small, so A and II com-
panics hnd to park In ns best they
could Ttlght next to the enmp was the
It 1 going to he a great season for
yachting if the Hawaii Vncht Club fel
lows have their way, and fioin the time
the season open thli mouth until lle
galtu Day In Sip'.nnlier. there promises
to bo something doing most of the. time.
An tutliilslnsllc meeting ol inembera
of Hie club wns held last evening In
the Inw oltlcex of Mngiion . Wenver,
nml at that time a tentative program
for the work of the year und the good
tlnus coming wns adopted
Commodore Crozler was lu the chnlr,
nnd everything had been planned out
In ndvunco rendy to submit to the mem
I April --.:i Is when the llrst stuntH
1 of the yenr will be pulled off, the open
J Ing cruise to lVnrl Harbor being on nt
f that time.
Tho sailing craft of nil descriptions
? will tart for the Harbor Saturday aft
', eriioon, anil there will bu a ihowder
) ""served there after nrrlvnl. Sunday
morning tho races will be pulled off,
. .both tho wreni nnd pejrls having
Then In the nflernoon late the cruise
wll be m.Hle.acKiiioiiou1u,seerai
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of the young ladles going down on tlio
moinlnn truln. It Is hoped, to see the
rncm and return ut nlglit wllb tt
Severn! other cruises to Pnrl Har
bor, the Muul Cup rnco. Wnlanau
cruise, llnwallan Challenge und other
regular events will be on ilurlns tlio
racing months. '
April 22-23 opening crulso to Pearl
llurbur. Chuwder at night. Races Hun
day. ' Jaeger Cup for wrens. Pearls
race for pump trophy. First class for
May 13-14 Cruise to Wnlanae.
May 21llawallaii (imllciigc Cup for
llrst class. .Macfarlane Cup for second
.May 27-2S Saturday cruise to Pcnrl
Harbor; dnnco at night, special train
running fioin town. Sunday. Cooper
Cui. second class. Spiitdlntr Cup for
w n ns.
Juno 1 CJutnn Cup, llrst tinss.
June 10-11-12 Wnlnluit cruise.
June 24 Howard Cup, wrens.
July 2-3-4 Maul Chullingo Cup, first
. July 15-10 (lovcrnor's Cup round-Hie-lslnnd
July 22-23 Robertson Cup, wrens.
August 12 Chowder.
September 10 Regatta Day.
Conditions for the Maul Cup raco
'have I een rhnngcil somewlinl, nnd the
member f the rlnh do not consider
linn,- kindly nnd will Inko tho matter
up with tho donor of the cup, Mr. Wit
Hams. In n coniiiiunlcaHoii to the club, Wil
liams lays down the -following conoi
tlons: . .
. with the roarlnt? waves, which
looked Kooil to the hoy. "Assembly"
wiih hood sounded, ami all the boys
were In line lu a few luliiutes. Cap-
tnlu Winters announced that everybody
was to pitch In nnd work. The llrst
Job wns to unload freight from the cars
and curry It to the camp. Tents were
pitched last, nnd after tills was done
the rest of the time wns spent lying
nroinnl for mess call to blow.
After tlio cooks and kitchen sipiad
reported for weak It was found that
there was no water to be had: no fail-
eet of niiy kind could be seen any-
where. Wny olT along the road was a
well a itiarter of n mile nwny where
water wns plentiful, ami this was the
onl spot where water could be had for
the camp. It wits bad for those poor
fellows to travel so far to get water,
mid It also nunnt a stretch for those
who went In swimming, because after
Inking n sin bath one usually wants
to wash In fresh water, nnd so the
hoys did not tnke n fresli-wntrr bath
often on account of the distance to
(Hie of the schemes worked out In
enmp by some of the otllcers wns to
wait until everybody wns asleep, then
take n pitcher of water from the drink-
kitchen Minimi Thl wntnr Hint wits
stolen from the kitchen wns hid behind
lug. After n few dnyx n complaint was
made to the stewnrdx nbout the wntcr
disappearing during tho night, und soon
nfter It was found where It all went
nnd the olllcers had to fetch their
FOR TRACK MEET
The representatives of tho St. I.ouls
College, High School and Kunichamchii
met at the V M. c A. yesterday nfter-
noon to arrange matters for the Inter-
Kcliolnlic truck meet which will be
held ut the Hoys' Klehl on Saturday,
art. mm, n li.i.ln.ilni nt 'j i,vi,u.w
The oltlelnls were cIiiimcii nml tlin 1UI
of events made out. No student will
be allowed to compete who Is not car-
rylng on throe subjects satisfactorily,
A small admission will be charged to
the ilehL The eents will he ns fol-
thick events niu-yarii uasn, trims;
lOO-ynrd llnalsj mllo run: 220-yard
trials; 2S0-ynrd llnalx; 220-yard hur-
dies, trials; 220-yard limits; 410-ynrd
Intermission of ten minutes; half
mllo; half mile relay.
Field events Pule vault;
throw; high Jump; broad Jump
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their last training before the meet. Tho
Highs and Saints expect to give the
Iviims n bard run hi the comlnor meet.
Thomas Hore Is the star on the col-
'"'"!: ,' "r.." r. r
sprints for the Highs. The Kama will
the 1 mil i-up yesieruay is some player.
lie Is voiiiil' nml In the course of n
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couple of years he will make them nil
go some If he stays In the gamo.
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Time of race Raco to ho timed as
to start so ns tu allow tho competing
yachts to anchor nt Knliulul bnrbor
during the day heiure July 4 In each
Entries-All yacht-, owned by mem-
bers of the llawall Vncht Club nro
eligible for entry. Each lioat must bo
sa ed by us owner, or uy u inemner in
the club nominated by said owner ten
days previous to start of ruce In each
Rules Tho snlllng rules of tlio Ha
wall Vncht Club to prevail.
Start Tho start shnll brfrom nn-
chor In Honolulu harbor. Iloats may
have their lower salts set before hoist-
Ing anchor If desired. The position of
boats nt anchor to bo (Ixed by tho club,
Course From Honolulu hurbor to
soutliwnrd of Mnlnkal and tip Pallolo
cbunnel to Kuhulul harbor.
Finish At n siifo nnclior (nlways
nlloat) within n lino drawn from end
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or nreaawaiei ,ui n,u.i.v.
buoy In Kuhulul harbor.
Tlmo of run Time to bo taken from
hnlBtlnir nf anchor nt start to dropplui:
'of anchor, at. finish. ,. Ui
nine u lew ciiaiiges in uieir iruiii on iienjamin nrsi. jii umi " ; pr.,..n iieiv (InmO Mo I 1 5!
Saturday Rosea ami Godfrey nre well could do was to tnke the fourth place, ' rrM.Hco llughj limne aioiiiiii
now nnd will help to make the relay dodfrey holding down the position for ft llrounili. Ilcro o, " "' i"' "
team n strong one. 'his team. The other eight boys camo tt Track Mcct-Kams, St. I,otlls. J "'" ,Hn"a" C' ' l.l7 It
Stttt I In tlose together ut the finish. I tt McKlnloy Illfih. tt urn out In he wny the il") lJr "
They say that that youngster from Fresh melt was bad for supper, but ,, c,-Mnl.. ly'bo ma', e' bst.ncH,' STwXn. am
Ewa who went up against AI Castle In no pol. so rlco was served Instead. , Jt Sunday. April 16. tt '",'? a '''.".' ,.? L 1 L f.f Mil.
Saturday morning the Rental captain
nimouiiced that there wan to lie no .inn,
so the Imyx formed partleH and started thing agalnnt1 llnleaha wan that there
out to fee the nights. Two parties) wiih no good place on the beach for
started off for the I'minlmi trail. Tin) brtnllres. Wood wnit aluo scarce. Mil
walk up this trail I an easy but dan-'kua can he still remeiiibered for nil
Korous one At different places the these tilings, which made camping life
width of the path was only one foot enjoyable,
and nl other places the dirt was ready Friday.
to fall. It took the parlies about two I Frlduy Vfts the last day of pleasure,
hours to reach the top of the trail, nl- so the night before the boys bad al
though the return trip was made In
excellent time. i
l.ate In the afternoon tho crowds be-
gnn to pour back Into camp. Some of
tho older boys returned with bunches
of bananas and breadfruit, which were
plentiful In the valleys.
During the llrst day In camp coin-
plaints of scratches nnd sore feet from
the coral In the sen were common, nnd
It made the boys who had not entered
stay out. Saturday evening the boys
bad corned beef and pol for supper,
with crackers nnd ten. After supper
the boys took long strolls and returned
111 time for tap, which was at 8 o'clock,
The next day, Sunday, was n quiet
one.' All the students attended un
open-nlr church service conducted by
Itev. llopnooil, which lasted nearly nn
hour. At lunch time the meal was not
as wns expected, for only pol nnd snn-
sages were served, with live crackers to
n boy. '
Sunday nftcrnohn the buys lingered
around ennui writing and rending,
Some went off for long walks. At
supper time the same old corned beef
was had, and the boys bad to lake to
It as best they could. Ill tho evening
the Christian Endeavor held their
meeting In the Tipen nlr, which the
whole battalion attended. I
t.i,.k .. ..Imm.,. ntiil went In llshllii' com-
lug back with a fairly good catch. Tho
club furnished music Monday night and
kept tho majority of the boys In enmp
, Tuesday morning there wns no drill
nnd the boys were on" for the day trnll nt 11 o'clock. The bugle wns not will bu pluyed off early this uftel noon,
ngaln. If a boy wns not to return to Hn,u.d Hint night for fear the missing The Slnelalr-Colllns match, standing nt
lunch he wns given his lunch to tnko )lliy would get excited If they henrd It. U-3, x-S. will be decided upon the ller
nlong with him. nnd IhH was not much, j.;ariy n,.xt morning the crowd started etanlu courts, und the IHcharda-Uordon
either -only live crackers. I off on the hunt for the wanderers, nnd match, standing nt C-3, G-G, will ulno
Tuesday night the glee club boys Ilf,,,r t, bugle blew the fourth tlmo a he decided eally this nflernoon.
gave n henellt entertainment for the cry . ,enrd below nnd there were the Tho winners of these two matchea
llnlcnhu A'biirch. The udmlxslon wax 11)or fvWH way down nt the bottom will nut pl.iy this afternoon, but will
2G ccnlx, nnd at 7:30 o'clock the church f on(, f the gnlehes, soaked through, jneet curly tomorrow nt 2 o'clock on
wns well tilled with people fiom nil ,r(l.r meeting, a lire wax built coffeo the llcritanla courts to play off, so that
over the district. The program was lllmll, ,i Kinull nteiil wax had.' Thu the seml-llnal stage In the series will
long, Including the lluttx Manual Drill,
! which nleiiHcil the spectators very
much. Much credit Is due to Cadet
Major jlnblkoa for arranging the pro-
gram for the evening. A goodly sum
wns collected that night.
Wednesday morning the tingle sound-
...i rnr .inn nl X o'clock. This wnx tlio
flruf ,lrlll ilnv since ITOlllg llltn cnilip.
An advance guard was rormed on tho
outward march and n rear guard was
put In action on the homeward stretch.
The ciubta renchen enmp nbout 10
o'clock, where Hie battalion was ills-
In the nrternoon at j:j uu
cross-country race wax held between
tly runiierx of the different companies.
Kour men from each company ran, nnd
the team that made the pluces won tno
'meet nnd received two pies from tno
The unci rue rnco suineo ii..iu.i.-
Ihnnn Hay nnd ended at the enmp. n!
lUlnnen of nenrlv lour miles. All
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sinrieii nut ih-i- ,
Henjamln of Company A soon took tlio,
i,.,ul und left the others strung out lii(
ulnil, tile behind. When within a
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quarter of a mllo of the llnl.lilng poim.
"KirriKnJwVthl?? '" !!
lerof Company C came In second, with
Jill linn . ,,iii..,.j
Thursday morning drill call sounded
ngaln nt 8 o'clock, when tho battalion
IUI lieu win . .. .. - .
laile. Company t' fonned un advance
gunrd and then tho battalion wax on'
.,, ,,... Afu.r reaching llauula It
turned out for n long marcn loworox
tho move. After Touching llauula 11
wns noticed Hint the cnptnln had found
,,,) ,,,,ce f (o-ound to drill on. nl -
though It wns nlready understood that
,, was looking for such n place. About
bour was spent hero going through
,..,, rillr drills. Tho cadet olll-
ccr ,nd their hands full nnd wero
i,., ,.i,.,nn, d, show what I hev could
ll(). After n two-liour' drill tho hut
tanon returned to enmp.
This ended tho drill for tho rest of,
t, uy n cnmp. Ounrd-mountlng
was held dally. Somo of thu cudets
Wl.r shown whnt military discipline
ns during Hie last few days In camp.
T,,ere Were a few who did not seem
, rPspect the sentinel, nnd so got their
medicine In return. In one case a sen -
nll(, almost got ducked In n pond.
Tliursday nfternoon there wns a re-
lay race between companies, nnd only
sixteen boys could he rnked from each
company Many of tlio runners skipped
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,u uie lliouoiaios iiriurr .u iii.ni.
could net them
III this raco much ex-
eliement was nrntiHed by the way the
rlunisv fellows ran.
At the mil of tho ruco Compnny
I hail won easily, ricorKO Hewitt belim
' one iif tlio dark horses of the event.
Mimic wan plentiful In the evening.
nml ,ll(l!)t of tnu )oys ,l)l)k W1,lks. One
rendy decided where to go and nt 7:30
o'clock tho buglo blew for assembly,
The battalion Was lined up nnd divided
Into two parties. Ono party was to
climb the Punaluu trull under the lead-
ershlp of Mr. Hopwoml, nnd the second
crowd was to go with I'nptnln Winters
up to the Knlluwan waterfall.
About sixty-five boys started out for
the trail with Mr. Hopwood, and only
thirty of them reached the top of the
mountain. This trail Is n stlgzag ono
nnd very narrow. At some places tho
width Is only about n foot, and If one
'slipped he .would go down a steep side
for some distance. As n whole, tho
trail Is n good one, nltliough there nre
n few dangerous places. After nn
hour's stay nt tho top the signal was
given to descend, anil all started on
tho bomewiird trip, reaching the camp
In time for retreat.
At suppe!1 time n rumor went around
that three boys were lost, and the of-
iuvr r the ilny overheard the conver-
nation and reported tlio absence of the
hoys to Cnptnln Winters. It wns found
that these three boys W lona, A. Wll-
Kn nn, J. Knapuna belonged to the
hunch that went tip with Mr. llop-
wood, nnd ho wns consulted and tho
(.nso put Into his hands. I'p to-7:30
o'clock Hint evening the boys had not
returned, nnd nfter further Investlga-
.... i. ul.lu ..f IIk. mniiiilnlit Mr. Hon- 1
wood decided to send n search party up
Ix boys were nppoliited, nnd wero
provided with blankets, overcoats,
...... i. ,.ii o,,.i i.nn. a Imirler also
went' along. They left enmp nt nbout
8 o'clock 'iinil reached the top of tho
t ooy), Heemeil to be weak, nnd tho
..,,. i,nl i,, ,.n,n wns mado very.
H ,, Happened. '
A Wilson, one of the boys who wero
i.wt miv the following statement ns to
how they were lost. They had n na-
,v(, lni, with them who know n trail
..I.,,,,, ,,,... i,,,, l,,.,l vnrdx nwnv from
.,- ,1 r.rrivv.1 hull rested, nnd tllO
,OV ,,.cPd to keep on going on this
(n;, They started to make n trnll of
tll),r onn )n order to' reach the ono
bve. Tho trnll wax reached nnd nf-
t(,r wuj,nB nbout a mile the lad
I slipped nnd fell below. The oiuer hoys
started nfler him nnd fell, soon uiscov-
,.rn(f tinl they could not get up again
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u bpubi tflitnunn. M
i nurtaay, April 10.
Cu.-Ueretanla und Paclllc
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n .Meeting uul'll uunouaii i.vuhn
FrdaVi AprM 14, tt
Uaskotball Kallhl vs. Y.
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, ClI,Ucretantt ani mcMc
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1 u iiasounii ui wuipuiiii tihi,
v(,. Kwl, At Walmmo. Wala- tt
j ne VB, Alea. M
tj Monday, April 17.
44 invilUM, rJ
, DgnebaU St. Lt)iilo
. Thur.Hav A
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a vs. Kama. tti
Anrll 20. tt
nnl,i.M.rillV. M. O. A. vs. Ka- tt
llhl at Y. SI. P. A.
aunday, April 23. tt
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ua in Luaguo nvu "ir "" "
" (tallies: PorluRiioso vs. Nallvo tt
S'': Nw SS nilT I earl
tt Hnwnll Ynclit Club lluces, lean H
J; lintnor unrniiiR 01 neasun. i,
jit Monday, April 24'.
I tt Baseball Knms vs. Hlfihu.
,. Friday, April 28.
.. naski'lbrtll Knllhl VS. Y. M. C.
.j A at jj,t
J ' Saturday April 29.
I ,, . ' ,' " ulaUs
" uns01"," I,ou, " "IB "B'
" ., . i t,'i
1 tt Baseball St. I,oiiIb vs.. Hlgha.
tt Monday, May 8.
tt Baseball, Kams vs. 8t. Louis,
j Monday, Hay 10.
tj Baseball Hlglis vs. Kama,
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A Jl IJ nn!J it t. . It tt H U tl an H II
ciaiuraav. Aoru iu. .i,i,., i.nr.ir
i; I'-fHttf- 'I;.--' 4-'.. . .-,i,:v:l- -'.'' . -rio: ii4-'' "'
on account of It being tort steep. Below
thcin wiih a ihioI of water which wan
leep, nnd all they could ilo was to
jump Into the wnter nml swim ncrosH
to ii Irnnk, where a new trail wnn found.
All four boy lumped and Into the wa
ter they went, clothe and nil, swam
nrrns and Ktarted to heat It on a new
It noon got dark nnd they got ready
to sleep for the night. All of them
were somewhat chilled. Early next
.morning the linglo wax heard nliout
them and one of the boys took olt his
undershirt nnd lied It to n branch and
liegnn waving It to draw the nltentlon
of the boys above, giving their posl-
Hon. This wns successful nnd tho
weary crowd met nnd found their wny
borne, only live minutes too late to
catch tho train for the homeward trip
with tlio rest of tho boys,
Saturday 'forenoon wai n busy day
In camp. Everybody bad to work 111
order to arrange things for the dam-
sols who were to nrrlve In tho nfter-
At 12:30 tho cadets' marched to tho
depot nnd nwnlted the trnln, which
arrived n little Inter with tho girls,
Kach boy carried a mattress or somo
baggnge to tho enmp for tho girls nnd
returned to the cars, where the last
sights of Halenhn wero soon left be-
'bind. The boys arrived home after a
good time, but there nro many who
think that Makun Is still tho besf place,
even leaving out tho goats. Others,
however, bnve different opinions. Tho
ennip wns enjoyed by nil. ,
n n n
HAS OPENED WELL
Th .opening games In tho Hall Cup
hundlcappers had done their work well
wux shown by tho even way 111 which
lllo.it of Hie sets rcsuiicu,
There were two inutcbex which could
not be finished yesterday, und these
be reached by 4 oclocK.
Cusllu won from O'Dowdn, C-2, (Ml
Ilaldwin from Warren, 0-3, G-3; Uarnea
took care of Theodore lllchards. 0-3,
-4; Wnll defeated Cllbb, 4-, B-A 0--,
Jlartlett won from Ualns easily, C-3,
ti-o, und Kuweit defeated Hockus, 2-0,
u-3, 10-8. the other two matches, ns
Minted above, being uitllnlshcd when
J-nllfd Oil UCCOtint Of darkness.
The winners of ycsUrduy's matches
meet tills afternoon lit the samo hour
,1 o'clock to play the second round of
tlio tournament, und the way they nro
matched up promlsim that there will bo
vomo snappy playing seen
n u :
DOTS AND DA3HE3.
Ax stated In tho sport co.umis ot
Hie 11 u I let In, Kaon will not run
Huldler King the Mnrathon distance,
the statement of tlio latter to tho ef-
,. ,. ,., . wooi.i bu tho case not
' ' ' . ui" V- ,1...' 'K
j. "withstanding. Kuoo Is dono with King.
H Max uercaieii nun uccumw u..u
... , ....m,,,!, When Jlminv FltZCcr-
"', ',! "," If be does K oo may raco
htm, unit then If King wnnts to coma
I.. It ...lit liu nil rltrht. but the old Wnl-
",,, , "J " , "n Mooklnir for any match
with King after tho way he defeated
., ,.., ... ,,.
111. 1.1,3 ,1, lllu
- irnnniuiu to take tho lead
to than has Honolulu to take tno leaa
ill tins si rt.
CDLBS CiUlE HflBACHE
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VT'elly Bulletin II per Itar,
ORDINANCE NO. 21.
AN ORDtNAKCn TO niMULATE
THE .MANUrACTUltE FOI5 SALE
01' I'OI AND 1'AIAI.
He It Ordained by Hie People of the
City ami County of Honolulu:
Miction I. No pol shop or shop for
tho manufacture of pol or palal for
ante shall be erected, maintained, tired
or opirnled within the City and County
of Honolulu except under a . permit
therefor nx licrelnnfter provided.
Section 2. The Treasurer of the
city nml county lx hereby authorized,
empowered nnd directed to Issue, upon
tho receipt of n fee of One Potior, n
I'irmlt for nudi shop, upon the recom
mendation, In writing, of the Hoard of
Supervisors of the City and County of
Section 3. Nn such permit shall bo
recommended by tho Hoard nf Super
vlsora unless such shop shall bo prop
erly ventilated, laid with cement Hours
and cement side walls to n height of nt
least three feet nnd draining to n trap
connected with n cesspool, sewer or
such other means for Hie proper ills
posnl of drainage, ns may 'bo approved
Jiy the nultdlng and Plumbing Inspec
tor; nor for any such shop In any placo
where there Is not available an ade
quate supply of puro water or which
Is Inrnpablo of proper drainage, or
which Is In such close proximity to
sleeping compartments, stable, laun
dry, abattoir or other placo where nny
business ' or process Is carried on or
condition mntntnlned which. In tl'.o
opinion of the Hoard of Supervisors,
might lie a source of contamination or
Infection to tlio pol or pnlnl manufac
tured thereat. No such shop shall bo
mnmtnlned, used, or operated for nny
other purpose than tho manufacture of
pol or palnl, nor unless only puro wn
ter shall tio maintained therefor, nor
unless It shnll be kept so screened ns
to prevent Hies nnd Insects from en
tering therein. Nor unless all Imple
ments, tools, machinery, containers, nnd
nil other utensils used for or In con
nection with tho mnnufneture, distri
bution or storage of pol or pnlal shall
bo sterilized each tlmo before being
used; nor If nny person or Individual
I employed or engaged In or about
such shop or building who Is nfflleted
with nny contngloux or Infectious dlx
ease or any disease which lr, the opin
ion of tho Hoard of Supervisors may
contaminate or Infect tho pol or point.
Section 4, Ench permit so Issued
shnll be for a term of one yenr nnd
shall bo subject to revocation at any
time by tho Treasurer on Hie recom
mendntlon of tho Hoard of Supervisors
when It appears that tho place for
which It is Issued or the manner In
which such placo Is maintained, used
or operated does not comply In all
respects with tho conditions and re
strictions of this Ordinandi.
Section G, Any person Who violates
or falls to comply with any provision
of this Ordinance, shall bo guilty of u
misdemeanor nnd upon conviction
thereof shall bo punished by a fine of
not less thnn TWENTY-FIVE DOI,
UVHS (12S.00), nor more than KIVE
HUNDtlED DOLLARS (K.00.00), or by
Imprisonment for not less than THREE
MONTHS, or by both sucli flno nnd
Imprisonment, nnd If such person has
n permit, the same shnll lx forfeited.
Section l. This Ordinance shall tnko
effect nnd bo In forco upon Its ap
Introduced by Supervisor
FRANK J. KRTIOEn.
Dalo of Introduction, Mnrch 25, 1911.
Approved this Gtb day of April. A. D.
JOSEPH J. FERN.
4MG Apr G. 7, 8, 10, 11. 12. 13, 14, 1G, 17
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P. O. Box DOS Cable, "Bulldog"
Rugs & Draperies
J. Hopp & Co., Ltd.
OAHU FURNITURE CO.
King Street, oppoalts Young Hotel
P. O. Box 840 Phone 3093
Summer Days and
Pau Ka liana
Regal Shoe Store,
BANZAI SHOE BTOPC
Deretanla Street, Near Nuuanu
HONOLULU, H. T.
Waekly Uullella 1 ptr year,
IN THE UNITED STATES DISTRICT
COURT, FOR THE TERRITORY
THE UNITED STATES OF AMER
ICA, Plulntlff, VB. CECIL BROWN,
Trustees, et ul Defendant. Ac
llun brought' In said DUtrlcl
Court, and the Petition tiled In
the offlco of the Clerk of said
District Court, In Honolulu'.
THE PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED
CECIIi BROWN, HENRY M. VON
HOLT mid ALBERT N. CAMP
BELL, Trustees under the last
Will nnd Testament of JAMBS
CAMPBELL, deceased; ABIGAIL
W. KAWANANAKOA! KALAKA
UA KAWANANAKOA, KAPIO
LANI KAWANANAKOA, other
wise cnlled KAP10LANI KAWA-,
NANAKOA CAMPBELL, ami LI
LIU KAWANANAKOA, minor
children of ABIGAIL W. KAWA
NANAKOA; ALICE T. MACFAR
LANE; WALTER F. MACFAR
LANE, husband of ALICE T.
MACFARLANE WALTER .
JAMES MACFARLANE, ALICE
EMALIE MACFARLANE nnd
MURIEL BEATRICE MACFAR
LANE, minor children of ALICE
T. MACFARLANE und WALTER
F. MACFARLANE; MURIEL
SHINGLE; ROBERT W. 8HIN
OLE, husband or MURIEL SHIN
OLE; MURIEL MELVIN SII1N
0LE,and ROBERT W. SHINOLB,
Junior, minor children o( MtlH
1EL SHINOLB nnd ROBERT W.
SHINGLE; BEATRICE MARY
CAMPBELL; OAHU RAILWAY
AND LAND COMPANY, a corpor
ation existing nnd doing huslneRR
under nnd by virtue of the lawn
of the Territory of Hawaii; ROB
ERT W. ATKINSON and WAL
TER F, FREAR, Trustees; HA
WAIIAN FIBRE COMPANY, LIM
ITED, a corporation oxlstlng und
doing huslngss under and by vir
tue of tho law of the Territory
of Hawaii; EWA PI.ANTATION
COMPANY, a corporation existing
and doing business under nnd by
virtue of tho laws of the Territory
of Hnwall; nnd JOHN UROWN,
JAMES WHITE, HENRY SMITH,
DAVID JONES, MARY QUEEN,
JANE BLACK, MARTHA WIL
LIAMS, nnd ALICE DAVIS, un
known owner nnd clalmnnt.
You nro hereby directed to appear
nnd answer thu Petition in an action
entitled us above, brought ngulnst you
in tho United State District Court,
for the Territory of Huwull, within
twenty day from and after service
upon you of a certified copy of Plain
tiffs Petition herein, together with a
certified copy of this 8ummons.
And you nro hereby notified that
unlisH you appear und answer as
nboe required, tho said Plaintiff will
take judgment of condemnation of the
land dertrlbed in the Petition herein
ni.d Tor uny other relief demanded In
WITNESS THE HONORABLE
SANFORD 11. DOLE and THE HON
ORABLE CHARLES F. CLEMONS,
Judges of said District Court,! thla
2.1rd day of March, lu tho year of our
I-ord one thousand nine hundred and
eleven nnd of the Independence of the
United Stale the ono hundred and
(Signed) A. E. MURPHY, -
"No. 75. UNITED STATES DISTRICT
COURT, for tho Territory of Ha
waii. THE UNITED STATES OF
AMERICA v. CECIL BROWN,
Trustee, ct ul. SUMMONS. ROB
BUT W. HRECKONS, United
THE UNITED STATES OF AMER
ICA, Territory of Hawaii,
City of Honolulu, us.
I, A. E. MURPHY, Clerk of the
United States District Court for the
Territory and District of Hawaii, do
hereby certify tho foregoing to be a
full, truo and correct copy of tlio
original Summons-In the- case of THE
UNITED STATES OF AMERICA v.
CECIL BROWN, Trustee, et al as the
same remains ot record and on tile in
tho otllco of the Clerk of said Court.
IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have
hereunto set my hand nnd affixed the
seal of said District Court this 30th
day of March, A. D. 1911.
(Seal) A. E. MURPHY,
Clerk of United Btates District Court,
Territory of Hawaii.
By K. I DAVIS,
ALQARODA BEAN MILLS
ONE 8ECOND-HAND STANDARD
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