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EVENINQ BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H, 8ATURDAY, APR. 22, 1911.
NOTICE OF DISSOLUTION OF
N'otlco Ih licroliy Blxcn Hint tlio part
nrrflilp lierctoforo exIstliiR between
CIIAItl.KM I.ITCAH. JOHN' MtCAHnnd
l.YIIIA l.UCAH TIHTSTKB, umlcr tlio
llrin iinmc of l.UOAH imoTIIllItS, ilii-
imb ihibIiich n tin- Honolulu
1'I.ANINO MILL. I cll-Kolvril iih nf
this ilnte. Chnrlm f.tiiMi retiring from
('IihiIch I.iii'iih. the retlrliK? p.irtner.
will pay nil ncriimitN cxlstlnc iirhIiimI
biiIi! Kirlncrnli1i nt Hie ilnto lieirnf mid
will collect mill reecho nil iicciiunli iluc
D.itril nt llimiiltilii, April IS, 1911.
l.UDIA LUCAS TIUJSTIJ11
To Subscribers Mutual Tclcplione Co.
Iti'Kliiuliii; May 1, 1011. n BulkliliiR
rlinrup of in ctiiIh per switch will bo
imiili fnr every iih-ssiikp emnpleteil bo
turrn Hid Main IIxcIhiuko In Honolulu
mill nil telephone rnnnecteil with tlio
Wnllmliil ttrntieli lSxchniiKc Hilrb rlinrKo
to. be eollei'tnbln from tlio Miiliserllier
fmiii wboio telcpliono tlio enll I miule.
jfuTUAf. Tiit.npiioNi: ro , ltd.
Ilv J. II (SALT. Treasurer.
Itins Apr. If.-SO Inc.
NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS.
Notice li hereby plven tlml n new
I'lretturv of MiibKerlberB of the Mutiuil
Telephone Co, Llll. IH now belllK com
plle.l mi1 will Kliortly be pulilMietl
All luteiKlliiR MiiliHcrlbem. nnil nil
'nulwrrlberi OoHlrlni: nny eluiiiKo nf
n. line or mlilroKH, nre earnestly requo.st
e.l tn leave Instruction In wrlthiK nt
the nllleo nf the eompaily nil AiIiiiph
1m ii.-. not Liter than APIUI. nil. mil,
nftir ulileli it.ito positively tin eluoiKes
will br niailo fur the new Directory
mutual ti:li:piioni: ro. ltd.
Honolulu, April ir, mn
1 50.1 Apr. 1T.-30 Ine.
.Si:Al.i:i) TICNDi:nH will bo reeelveil
nt Hip nlllcp nf tlio Hiiperlnteiident of
I'liblle World until IS m of Wetlnoa
il.iy, April 2fi, 1911, for conslructlnB a
one-story frnuio ImllillnK for a library
In be erected at tlio Kallbl Itrvclvlng
ri.ini, specification nnil proposal
Hunks nro on die In tlio l'tibtlc Works
Tim Hiiperlntcnilent of Public Works
reserves the rlslit to reject nny or all
Htipirlnli'iiilent of Public Works.
Bottled In Bond
JULES PERCHAHDS S. FILS'
CALIFORNIA SPARKLING WINE3
We Dellvor to Any Part of the City
ROSA & CO.,
Alakea nnd Queen Streeti
I acific J
KINO AND NUUANU STREETS
FOK BALE AT AIL BAKS
Cream Pure Rye
LOVEJOY AND 0 0.
You'll find they're all good fel
"It's the Fashion"
Hotel nr. Fort D. H. Daviei. Prop
Will Do It
To Amiimi Sr.riio'xa 17 ami Ml, ami Suction 121, as Ami:nii
i:u nv Act 118 ok Tin; Sr.swoN Laws or 1!)0I), and Pak
AOitAHt !l or Skction 2!1 or Act 118 or Tin: Si:ssion
Lwa or 11107, Hi.ixo "Ax Act Ixcoitroit.vnNii the City
ami County or Honolulu."
lie U Enacted by the Legislature of the 'J'ariltiry of Hawaii:
Si.ciion I. Tlutl SiM-tinu 17 of Art 118 of tlio Svmim l.uwc
of 1!M)7 U liflcliy nliiciiili'il liy slrikino; tliiTcfroni tli word "fivo"
nnil inrititij; in lion tlicirof tin- woiil "llirtr."
Si.t'iiov li. Tlml ft'i'lion 111 of citiil Aft is licrcliy mncmlnl
to lead sis follows:
"Pei-limi III. No nriliiiiiiicc sluill lukf ciri'i't until after ili
lliinl day of Mtlilicalinn, iinlus4 ot1itiWM proviilfd in studi ordi
nance. Kveiv ordinilnee sluill lie itillilied for lliu-c tlnys after
fci.t'Tiox !. That Paraf-rapli !l )( Section 'J.'l of Mtil Act i
hereliy miiended to read a follow:
"SI. Kxct'fil as otherwi'-e provided in llii' Chapter, to vcpilate
and eonlrol tin- liK'atjim and ipalily of all iipplianees tieeesary
to the funii-liinjr of water, heat, light, jwiwor, telephonic and
telegraphic "-crvicc to the City and County; to coiMrnct, pnr
fdinn', leae or othervi-e acipiire lmildings fnr the City and
County piirpoc; to construct, pnrehae, Icip-o or otherwi( ac
ipiire plants apparatus and appliance for lighting xtreets and
pnlilie liitilding", and to iniiiiiige, regnlale mid control the same,
and In acipiire, regulate mid control any anil all appliance for
the sprinkling and cleaning of the streets of the City and 'oimty
and fur llnhing the sewers therein."
Kr.rnox !. Section 121 of Act IIS of the Session laws of
1!H7, as amended hy Act US of the Session Laws of lSIOSI, is
lierehy further amended (oread as follows:
"Section. 121. The City and County Clerk may appoint a
Deputy City and County Clerk who shall pocss the (nullifi
cation required of the City and County Clerk. The City and
Comity Clerk may also appoint such plrrks a 111113 M' necessary
for the proper discharge of hi ollicial duties, whoo compensa
tion may bo appropriated hy the Hoard of Supervisors."
SrcTiox ." . This Act s-hall take effect 011 its approval.
Approved this 17th day of April, A. D. Hill.
WAlI'KIt F. FRKAK,
' Governor of tho Territory of Hawaii.
To Uijr-KAi. CiiAi'ruits 71 ami 72 jjjf Tin: Km'ihi.h Laws ok
Hawaii, Kki.atino to Fnti: JJi:i'aktmi:xth.
lie it Unacted by the Leyislaturc of the Territory of Hawaii:
Si.ctiox 1. Chapters 71 and 72 of the Itevin-iL Laws of Ha
waii are hereliy repealed.
Skctiox 2. This Act shall take effect on .Inly 1, l'JU.
Approved this 17th dnv of April, A. D. 1!)U.
WALTKIl F. FHHAlt,
Governor of tho Territory of Hawaii.
To Aiii.xi) Skctiox i2 or Act Slil or tiik Sksmon Laws ov
100.1, lti:i.ATixii to Tin: I'owi.its ami I)u'in;s or County
Be it Unacted by the I.eyixlaturo of the Territory of Hawaii:
Si ("HON I. Sictioil (12 of Ac! Sl! of the Session Iawa of
MI0.1 is hereliy amended ly adding thereto to new snlxlivibion,
to lie known a subdivision 5 A, as follow:
".1.. To regnlale hy orilinance the limits within which
wooden and other intlammalilo hiiihlings and slrnettires Hhall
not he ended, placed, or maintained, which limits, when once
estalili-hed, shall not lie changed except, hy extension ; and to
regnlale aNo hy ordinance, a to location, ml'thnds and materials
of construction and otherwise, the erection, moving, repairing,
placingmd maintenance of hiiihlings and other structures with
in or without such limits, so far as may he necessary or proper
for the protection and safeguarding of life, health and property,
and to fix penalties for violations of such ordinances."
'Suction' 2. This Act. shall take ellect upon its approval.
Appioved this 17th day of April, A. I). 11)11.
WALTER F. FHKAK,
Governor of tho Territory of Hawaii,
To Ami.xi) Suctions .'J'.U and :i!)2 or thij Ruvismi Laws; or
Hawaii, Rih.atixo to Fi:noi:s.
lie it Hiuutcd by the Lcijishturc of Hie Territory of Hawaii;
Section 1. Section :i!)l of the Revised Laws of Hawaii is
hereby amended to read a follows:
"Section !l!)1. The Governor shall, when he deems it neces
sary, or upon the petition of twenty-five owners of lnnd, in any
taxation district of this Territoryappoint, in the manner pre
serilicdiii Section SO of the Organic Act, three persons residing
on the island where nch district i situated to be Commissioner
of Fences for dint dUtrict. The Governor shall, in like manner,
fill all vacancies occurring in their number from death, resigna
tion or otherwise."
ShcrrioN 2. Section :!I2 of the llevised Laws of Hawaii h
hereby amended to read, as follows:
"Section :ii)2. It shall he tho ditty of such commissioners
when requested in writing by any person or person desirous of
fencing their land, or who, having fenced their land, desire to
provide for the maintenance of the fence; to give public notice
of the same in a public newspaper published and circulated in
the county where such lands are situated, said notice to lie puli
lisliwl ten days previous to the meeting hereinafter provided for,
and toappoint a day lo lie named in said notice upon which
they will meet all parties interested, or their agents, upon tho
land; to pass over and view the line of such fence; to decide
((piitably on the kind of fence to Ik built by the owners of ad
joining land, and the share which each owner shall give or
maintain, designating the lime within which the work shall bo
done, and. lo decide all disputes arising between the parties in
terested, in relation lo the fence.
It shall alo he the duly of the said commissioners tti cause
notice of such meeting t 1H. given to all persons interested, by
. the same officer, ami in the same manner, a i provided bi
sections 1721, 1722 and 1721 of the Revised Laws of Hawaii,
and as provided by Section 172!! of the Revised Law of Hawaii,
as amended by Act :t of the Session Laws of llillii, for service of
summons, issued under the seal l)f a court of record. All expenses
nnd fees in connection with the proceeding brought heretliider
shall Iks taxed by the commissioners as costs against the losing
party or parties, or against all parties io the proceeding, in such
proportion as to the commissioners shall seem equitable."
Skctio.v SI. This Act shall take effect from and after the
date of its approval.
Approved this 17th day of April, A. I). l!H i.
WALTF.R F. FRKAR,
Governor of the Territory of Hnwnii.
Foil TIIK JtUMM' (IK POMIXK Rl.l.UASmi FltOM TIIK LlU'ltlt
Sktti.kment at Molokai.
He it Enacted by tho Lcyintalurc of the Territory of Hawaii:
Si.ctiox 1. There shall be ami hereby is appropriated tho
sum of Fivo Thousand Dollar. ($.1,00().bo) from the Public
Treasijry for tho purioe of aiding indigent persons who havo
been segregated at the Leper Settlement, on .Molokai, and who
were examined since April 1, l!IO!l, and found free of tho dis
ease, known as Jj'prosy, and ordered lo leave the Settlement,
which shall Ikj druwii upon, from time to time, by tho President
of the Hoard of Health in such amounts as may be allowed by
the Hoard of Health for the relief of such persons.
Si.ctiox 2. This Act shall lake effect from and after tho
ditto of its approval.
Appioved thia 17th day of April, A. L. llll 1.
WALTKR F. FRKAR,
Governor of the Territory of Hawaii.
To Phovidi: roit Tim Irmtanci; or Ci:itTirioATLd of
Be it Enacted by the Itcghlnlurc of the Territory of Hawaii:
Skction I. Tho Secretary of Hawaii may, whenever satis
fied that any person was born within the Hawaiian Islands,
cause lo lie issued to such person a ceitillcato showing such fnt't.
The Secretary, with the approval of tint Governor, may make
such legiilatioiis rcsicfting the form of application and. certifi
cates, the method of proof, kind of evidence, and time, place
and maimer of hearing, and all other matters and circumstances
coiuieeled with such application, proof and hearing as to him
may appear necessary, and such regulations, when so approved
and published once a week for llnee successive weeks in a news
paper of general circulation published in the Territory, shall
havo I lit- force of law, and such publication shall ho deemed
legal notice to all persons. The Secretary may furnish tho
form of such application and certificates. All applications
.shall Ih- hy sworn petition, in which the parly shall set forth
circumstantially all the facts upon which his application rests,
and shall be accompanied by Mvorn affidavits of witnesses. Tho
Secretary and such person as he may designate and appoint
may examine, under oath, any applicant or person cogni.ant of
the fuels regarding any application and for that purpose ho and
they aie hctehy authorized and empowered to administer oaths,
subpoena ami compel the attendance of witnesses and the pro
duction of liooks and papers, punish for contempts and, gencr
allv, to cercso the same authority with regard lo their special
jurisdiction as is by law conferred on District .Magistrates.
Skciion 2. Any applicant or any person, who shall give or
offer any faNo testimony, oral or written, under oath, in support
or respect of any application for a certificate under the provi
sion of tho foregoing Section, shall bo deemed guilty of perjury
and shall !o punishable accordingly.
Si.ctiox it. Any certificate of Hawaiian Uirth heretofore
issued under or by vitttie of any law of the Terrliifry, or which
iiiii be i'sued in conformity with the prtnislo'u of tills Act,
shall be hiiiiii facie evidence of the facts therein stated.
Skction I. A fee of Five Dollars ($.1.00) shall be charged
by tho Secretary before issuing any ueh certificate; all such
fee received shall be paid by the Secretary, to the Treasurer
of tho Territory, a a government realization.
Sittion "1. This Act shall take effect from and after tho
date of its approval.
Approved thii 17th day of April, .A. I). I!ll 1.
WALT1CR F. FRKAR,
Governor of the Territdrv of Hawaii.
To A.mi:nh Si.ction 211 or Act US or tiik Session Laws oi'
11)07, Rk'I.atixo to tiii: Powi.its -and Drnr. 01 nil.
Sui'Kitvisous or tiii: City and County or Hoxoi cm.
Be it Enacted by the Legislature of the Territory of Hawaii:
Skction 1. Section 2!! of Act US of the Session Law "f
11)07 i hereby amended by adding thereto a now subdivision, to
1k known a siilidivNioii I A, as follows:
"I A. To regnlale, a to location, method and materials of
construction and otherwise, the erection, moving, repairing,
placing nnd maintenance of building and other structure-,
whether within or without the fire limits, so far as may Is- nec
essary or proper for the protection and safeguarding of life,
health and property."
Srcilo.v 2. Said Section 2!1 is hereby further amended by
adding thereto a new subdivision, u be known as subdivision -I H,
"R. To create liie department and to provide for tlm
accptisitioil, maintenance and ti-e of apparatus for extinguishing
Si.ctiox .'1. This Act shall take effect upon its approval.
Approved this 17th day of April, A. I). 11)11.
WALTKR F. FRKAR,
Governor of tho Territory of Hawaii.
To Rkimiiuiim: Wm. P. Thomas ami Ciiuno An Gbt, Hoi.ii-
KltK OF I.OTS 18 AND I!) Ri:sl'KCTIVi:t.Y, III' TIIK PlIPHKKA-
Paumai.ii Tuact, rou tin: Rkduction in tub Auka qv
TiiKiit Lots Causkii nv tiii: Si:tti.kmknt ok Bouniiaiuks.
WimtiiAN, in the settlement of the Pupiikea-Pauiualu bound
ary, Ixit 18, held by Win. P. Thoiu.i, was reduced 2!..'!.1 acre
in area, and Lot 11), held by Chung Ah Get, was reduced !)7.U
acre in area ; now, therefore,
Be it Enacted by ihc Legislature of the Territory of Hawaii:
Skction I. That the sum of Four Hundred Six Dollars and
Seventy-eight Cents ($1011.78) Ikj and hereby is appropriated
to reimburse said Win. P. Thomas and Chung Ah Get, as fol
Wm. P. Thomas $ S8.SI8
Chung Ah Get SMS. It)
Suction 2. This Act shall take effect, upoil its approval.
Approved this 17th day of April, A. D. l'JU. j-,f
WALTKR F. FREAR,
' ' ' Governor of tlm Territory of Hawaii.
To Pitovini; 1 ok tiik Sam: nv Common Caiikikrk or Un-
CI.Al.MKIl AltTICI.KM ,Ml I OK 1IIK Dlhl'OhlTION Ol TIIU
Piioein.ns or Such Sai.k-.
lie it Enacted by the legislature of Ihc Territory of Hawaii:
Skction I. Any person, firm or corMraliou carrying on
business in the Territory a a common carrier, who shall hav,c in
hisor its possession for six nionlhs.any unclaimed baggage, goods,
merchandise, package., parcel or other article not perishable
in their nature, may sell the same at public auction, and out of
the proceeds retain the charges of transportation, storage, adver
tising ami sale. Before any such sale i made, the common car
rier shall publish u notice of the time and place of sale, at least
onco each week for four successive weeks, in oine newspnper of
general circulation printed and published in the county in which
the place i located to which such unclaimed article or articles
are consigned or addressed; said notice shall contain a brief
description of stich articles, the marks of identification thereon,
tho naino of the person, if known, to whom, and the name of
the placo to which the same were directed. The expenfo of ad
vertising and of Mile shall Ik- a lien upon the articles udvertised
in a ratable proportion according to tho amount received for
Skction 2. If any such unclaimed article is in its uattira
perishable, it may be sold by uch common carrier, either at
public or private sale, as soon a its condition makes ti sale nec
essary, and without the notice required hy Section 1.
Skction it. After any ueh sale, any such common carrier
shall record in a suitable lxmk open to the inspection of claim
ants, in which ilm article- old shall Ix-coricetly designated, the
chin go ot transportation, storage, advertising and uale, tho
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