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EVENINQ BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H WEDNESDAY, APR. 6, 1911,
IT HAS CURED THOUSANDS-IT WILL CURE VOU
Pau Opu Pilikia
STOMACH, LIVER, KIDNEY and BLOOD REMEDY
cures Rheumatism, Impure Blood, Catarrh. Scrofula, Indigestion, Dyspepsia, Sour Stomach, Lack of Appetite,
Fluttering of the Heart, Gas and Wind on Stomach, Bloated Feeling, Pains in Stomach after Eating, Sick Headache,
Dizziness, Coated Tongue, Biliousness, La Grippe, Dengue Fever, Chills and Fever, Malaria, Breakbone Fever, That
Tired Feeling, Jaundice, Backache, Diabetes, Gravel, insipient Bright's Disease, Bladder Trouble, Enureses (Bed
Wetting by Children), Melancholia, Worms of All Kinds, Nervous and Female Disorders, Sleeplessness. Cures
Constipation, anaemic condition. A great Tonic for Women. $1,00 per bottle, 3 for $2.50, 6 for $5.00
The words Bro. Benjamin and this picture
must be on every package
Roerlatorod. la TJ. S. Fateivt Office.
HONOLULU DRUG CO., LTD.,
1024 Fort Street
NEAR KING ST.
To Ame.nii Si.t tion HI' or Ait IIS m tin. Si.-sihn Laws or
i 11)07, as A.n.Nin:n nv Act lis or Tin: Slnsion Laws ok
I 1D0!). . :ij
''. Be it Enacted by the Leiislittaie of the Territoii of Hawaii:
t Sr.CTioN 1. That Section :i!l of Act 1 IS of the Session Laws
H of 1!M)7. ns iiineiiiled lv Art lis of tint Session l.uws of l'.U)!).' is
3. . ... . . . .,..,,
it w nerenv iimciiucu so ns io ri'iiu in ioiiows:
! "Section Ml). The lnviei of the several City ntiil County
i ft: ojjiocrs s-linll bo puvnlnV inontlily out of the City mid County
ii (V Treasury at tlio following rates:
"??'' " Ver Annum
jf p TMnvor .$:i,()0O.()O
f-jifiniivrit oi uit! lioaru oi nupervi'tors iiiiii.uu
I ' f Sliuriir .'1,(100.00
' v P.tw .....I i'.,niv i i,i-l- i) mo nn
V- fl : X. ..".. -,
.,' City mill Couiitv Attorney .'i.iiOO.OO
! Tn-iiMiiiT '. ". 2,100.00
I)eiiity SherilT of the DiMriet of Honolulu 2,100.00
Deputy SherilT of the District of Kwa l.r.OO.OI)
I)eiuty Sheriff of the District of Wnianae ... 720.00
' Deputy SherilT of the District of Waialua 1.200.00
Deputy SherilT of the District of Koohmloii 720.00
' Depiit'v SherilT of the District of KiH.hiupol;.!.. 720.00."
"i Skotiu.v 2. This Act shall take effect from anil inclmliug
fa, tlits first of Jlny, A. D. 11)11.
Aiiproveil this 2 1st day of April, A. D. 11)1 1.
WAI.TKK F. FREAK,
Governor of-tlio Territory of Hawaii.
. To Amknd Chai'tkk 1!J or Tin: lti:risi: T.awm or Hawaii, iiy
Aiiiiimi a Xkw Smtio.n Tiikiikto to in: Kxowx as Si:o
tio.v 11S., I'iioviiu.nii run Tin: Coi.i.kctiox nv (Jkktai.y
Di:iiTh Dui: tiik I ki.-iii roitv ox Axv I'iiliticai. ou jIuxi
rii'M, Siniiiivisiox Tiii:iii:iii' nv I'riu.io Orriciats and
X,i! '''' '"' Enacted hi the Leyislaluie of the Tm-ritury of Hawaii:
Skotiox 1. Cluipter 111 of the. Revised Laws of TIaw'aii is
hereby amended by adding n new section thereto to be known
as Section 118A, as follows:
"Section 1 ISA. In ease any officer, agent, employee or other
! , person in the service ot the lerntory or any political or muni
cipal sulHlivisiou thereof, shall be indebted to the Territory or
' i & totuny political or municipal subdivision thereof fur delinquent
I i , taSes, water rates or seuoV rates, the. Auditor or ollicer charged
k. i fi Willi till, fllllv fif linvillir .Jlli.ll (mlnii limit tituin ,1..t.i.i ... I if tlii
. t ...... ...v , -. j.... ...Q '... j. .., .......i, fir.f,l II. IIIMlftl "I .IIU
M'Ollicer charged with tho duty of collecting bucIi indebtedness,
.'t '4 iijul after notice to such person so indebted, withhold oue-quar-'
j,'c'r '" ,no p,l',lly or wages of such person ami transfer sucli
nmniint. from thm. If. timo ng tin. u.itnr. cltull lu.,.nui,t ilm. t tl...
..., .... ....... ,w ..... ... ...v. .'.(. ...I,,,, n v.'lll.j ..11, t, U
oflieer milking (leinaiul therefor, until the full amount of such
ilelinquent taxes, waler rates and sewer rales, together with in-
terta t Hereon, sliall Ik) paid."
Sr.ono.v 2. This Act shall lake effort from and aflei
ilutci of its approval. ,
Approved this 21st day of April, A. T). 1911.
WALTUR V. VMRMl.
.. ,. ... ...,
Governor of tlio ' 1'erritory of Ilnwnii,
I'liovinixu roit Tin: Sam: or i:.w. Piioi-kiitv iiv Kxi:ciitohs
AXD AiiMiNisniAioiis, Amkxiiixu Siarriox 18.r5 oi-1 tiii:
Kkvisimi LWh or Hawaii, axii Aimixti io Saiii Hi:visi:ii
Laws Two 2Ci:v Kkctions to in: Kxown am Si.enoxs
isr.riA and isr.r.ii.
1 it Enacted by the Leijhlalurc of the Territory of Hawaii:
Sixtion 1. Section lS.r..'i of the lJevised Laws of Hawaii is
hereby amended It) read as follows: '
"Section IS..". Wheiu'ver it. shall npprnr to be for the best,
iuteiestsof the estate and not inconsistent with the will, if any,
of the decedent, to sell ro;il property before exhausting the per
sonal properly for the payment of debts, the executor or ad
ministrator may sell the real properly, or so much thereof as
may be necessiry, for the purpoij' of paying debts due by tho
estate, and shall apply the proceeds thereof, so fur as may bo
necessary, to said purpose, upon obtaining a liceii-e therefor
and proceeding in the manner hereinafter provided. In every
sucli case the residue of the proceeds, of any, shall be considered
as real property, and together with personal property of the
estate itpiul, so far as the same is sullicieut, in inventoried vnlno
to the amount of the proceeds so expended in the payment of
debts, shall lm distributed among the same pcr-ons and in the
same proportions as the real properly would have been, if it
bad not been sold, so that the value of the portions of the estate
received by the persons entitled to share therein shall, as near
as possible, amount. 'to the same as if personal, instead of real
properly, had liccn sold.
Si.otiox 2. A new section is hereby added to said Ifevised
Laws, to Ihi known ns Section ISoTiA, as follows:
"Section lS.".riA. The executor or administrator sliall present
to the judge having jurisdiction of tho estate a petition Retting
forth the condition of the estate, and the facts and circumstances
on which the petition is founded, tending to show the necessity
or e.K'dieney of the sale; iiuil. if it shall appear to th judge,
either that it is necessary, or that it would be for the benefit, of
the i-state that the real property, or any par! thereof, should
bo sold, the judge may grant a license therefor. Xo such license,
sliall be granted until notice by public advertisement or other
wise, as the judge sliall order, sliall have been given to tho next
of kin of the deceased, and to all persons interested in the estate,
to appear and show cause why the same should not be granted."
.Suction .'!. A new section is hereby added to said Itovised
Laws, to U) known as Section lSrifill, as follows:
"Section lSri.-ill. Every executor or administrator so licensed
to sell real property shall give lsmd to the judge, with sullici
eut sureties, conditioned to sell the same and disposo of tho pro
ceeds in the manner provided, by law. Ho sliall use his liest
judgment in fixing the time and place of sale, mid shall use his
ulniost endeavors to dispose of the property in such manner an
vfll bo most for the advantage of tho estate. Ho shall xst n
notice of the time and place of salo on the property to lie sold,
and shall cause a like notice of tho time mid placo of such wilo
to bo published in a newspaper of general circulation on tho
island where the property is situate, once a week for each of
three mieeossivo weeks, tho last publication to bo not, hss than
one day previous" trr tho day of salo. All such poles shall bo at
public auction to the highest bidder, subject to confirmation as
hereinafter provided. Tpon return of miy.suoh sale tho ex
ecutor or mliuiuistrator shall obtain from the judge an order of
confirmation of the sale beforo making conveyance of the real
property sold. The onler confirming Hid salo shall bo given
Uwm allirmativo proof that the licclisn has been fully carried
out, and that the highest bid was a fair and just price for tho
Sr.OTiox !. This Act shall lake effect on tho dato of its ap
proval. Approved this 2 1st day of April, A. 1). 1011.
WALTKR V. FRKATJ,
Governor of the Territory of Hawaii.
To Axinxn CitAPTt a 1 17 or Tin Unvisr.n Laws op Hawaii,
iiy Aimixo Tiii.i:i:to a Nkw Srrnox, io in: Known as
Si:r'iiox 22S1.. anii -io Kiu'Kai. Si.irnox 2 or Ait !!! ok
tiii: Snssion Laws op I'.IO.'i, 1!i:i.ati.ii to Tin: Widow'b
Ki.kitiox oi' Dowki:.
c it Knurled by lite l.njislaliire of the Territory of Hawaii:
Sixtiox 1. Chapter 117 of the ltcviscil Laws of Hawaii is
hereby amended by adding thereto, a new section, to bo known
as Section 22S1A, as follows:
"Section 22SIA. If the widow fail Io uiako her election
within the time hereinabove specified, the executor of said will
sliall immediately apply to the said, Probate Court for an order
citing the widow to appear ami make her said fit cl ion within
t i iii fixed by the Court. If the widow, having been so cited,
fail to make her said election in writing filed in the court within
the timo fixed by the court, or if, whether she has been so cited
or l.ot, she fail to make her said flection in writing filed in tho
court before the administration of tho said est ale has Ihm-ii
closed and the said executor discharged, she shall bo conclusively
presumed to have reserved her dower."
i , ' i J w V
Si.t'Tiov 2. Section 2 of Act !:! of tho Sessioti Laws of
100." is hereby repealed.
Si'.tTiox !!. This Act shall lake elTtet upon its approval.
Approved this 2M da of April, A. D. 11)1 1.
WAI.TKK F. FKKAlt,
Gowrnorof the Territory of Hawaii.
ROSA & CO.
Qottlecl in Dond
JULCS PERCHARDS & PIL8'
CALITORNIA SPARKLING WINCS
We Deliver to Any Part of the City
ROSA & CO.,
Alakea juid Queen Streeti
Cream Pure Rye
L0VEJ0Y AND CO.
KINO AND NUUANU STREETS
rOK SALE AT AIL BAM
You'll find they're all Kood fel
"It's the Fashion"
Hotel nr. Fort D, H. Daviei, Prop
DEACH HOME FOK SALE.
A mimiiur Inline cm tlio licul'li nt
Wnlliiii... nutir WuIhI.ii', a slmil .IIh
Iiiihu fioin tin l'.iul lMfiilrij litililhitfH.
l'loiu'ity hns ilutllliiK Iiuiiho,. si'rvant's
iliiiiilii'H nuil inrrliieo lions... Sanity
lit'ui'h, liiiuil IMilm; ami IuiIIiIiik. Thu
priuily Iiiih cut to lie hoIiI uiul nil
iiplMiihihltv that splddin n I'HintH It
Klf Ih nit tn l IIiiihii wlio wnnt n
C. r I'in'lHtRON,
Kiutlill l iiuliil HIri'cl, oiicisllo Miircan'H
Aiictlnii ltooniH V.'OU-lt
VVuiklj Ilulletlii (I ir jtur.
II ii 1 1 ct I ii 1'illtiirlal Itodiii riiiuii'
21Sr. II a 1 1 ft I n llusluns OMi'u
SAN DIEGO FAIR
TO BE NOTABLE
SAN niKdO, C'nl.. April 18 Tlie
J.ite for the ground Ijitinhlnu curo
liHinlcn nt tlio I'liiinlnii-Catlforiila Kx
position Id July 19-L2 i'.liibonitu
lirctiurutlmifl nru In protcrcsH for mil
meat, wlildi will orcupy four ilnyo.
Ilm ci'lclnutlon will liicliiilt histurical
fi-iituret coerlni' tho nnrluil from Ilm
illscotcry ot tlio Pacific ocean hy
Vaftoo Nunez ilo Ilalbou In 1 T. I :i Io tin
fiiiitiillng of tlio California inltmloim
In 17BII Iiy Father Junlporu Kerrit of
tho Onler nf St Frnncen. This his
tory will be presented In Kornfona
IKiijeatitry ntut lloaU llltiatratlng tho
chief cplsoiles nf that history. IJHpeo-
lally iiiilablo will lie tho procession of
Ilm twcnty-ono iiiIhsIoiih of California,
'itch mission preseiitlnir Its history In
appriiprlately rostnnied clmr.'ieteifl da-
plot in c tho historical pliam.s of Its
foiindiillon medieval, icIIkIoiis ami allegorical
IIIkIi Ollicl.iN lii Take Part.
Tlie cltlc cerenuililt'H with whlrli
tho celebration will bt'gln will bo unit
or (lie direction of the Kxponllton of-
llclalu and will Include participation
by tho (lovemor of California, Stato
nlllclalH, muiilclpal olllcera, ami rep-
rciientulltt'H of tho imtlonnl KOM'in
nient. Tho rnriicr utoiio nf the atl
inlnlstratlon biiilillni; will bo laid on
this occasion, occupying tho (list day.
Commemorative of tlio founding of
the mission of San DIoro do Alcula, a J
ponlilltlal lileh mass will bo cole-
bulled by l)lslioi Comity of tho dlo-J
ri-He of A)t Annelefl and Monterey on ,
tlio M2d atinhcrsary weelt of llio j
plantlnc of Hip crosB on California
srill Iiy Fattier Sorra Tills ceremony
will lie under tho direction of the
I'ranclscani and will bo held before
a creat floral altar In one of tho c:m
yniiH of Hal boa 1'nrlc. i
ThroiiKliont tlio celebration tlio oar
nival spirit will provull and each day
will bo it flestn of mirth, music and
dancing expresslvo of the condition
or n happy and contented people.
Dr. I. It. Daspar. who anno on tho
Immigrant shulp Swanloy, b1vp3 tlio
followliie ns the lieollli loslnio en
foiced on that eRsel, a a insult of
whicli It wub remnrkahly free of Hlck
npss: General Hygiene and Sanitary Ar.
Dally at 10 a. in. Capt. Steel, Dr.
flaspar. chief docltir, tho' assistant
doctor ami tlio chief nlllcer mado a
tlioiougli Inspection of Hip ship and It
was always found to Vo clean and or
derly. IJneli day sixteen swrppcrs wcro
piiiplo.tpd In keep tlio emigrants quar
tiTs clean. Tho dcclt3 were l.opt tory
til y owing In tlio vlglluiice ot tho
i.wppperH and also liecaiito tlierc wa'.
a iileiiilfal supply of dry siuvdust lo
hand after a Ihninugh tcrapiag and
Hwt'fplug .leycs disiurecluiit powder
was sprliikli'il under tlio hanks and
liter all tin' decks.
Tlio alninsplieri' was always been
pine ami tentllatlon pprfpet tliiough
niit all the oyngo.
I.atilnes were all examined and
found clean and with a plentiful sup
ply of water for Hushing purposes
continually kept running they were all
kept In a tery sunitaiy condition,
t'hlotldu nf Unit, was thrown down on
tlio Moor of tho latilncH every ui'Jili
Wo lesled the food each day and
found Its quality good ami tho conk
Wo gave milk every morning to all
I'liiltlieii below four'iiars old and all
This lias been an exceedingly
good oyage, tho ery low death rate
of U.SS por cent being roglsteieil. If
consideration of thu rapid changes la
leiiipeiatiiro mid Hip Infancy of mi
many bo taken this low death rate l.i
of tin eminently satisfactory char
acter Klght children were horn during
Who entire voyage ft males, II feimilps.
Tho number of patients which liavn
been ti fitted In hospital Is 2S; of
these, pneumonia 3, acute bronchitis
-', cuiilliiemeiit S, ttinsllltls 2, burns I,
acute conjunctivitis 2, others G.
Average of patients attendance dully
was 30, most of which were of minor
character. Hwry oiaigranl lias been
Inspected bewrnl tluips mi tlio voy
age Fifty-live chlldiiui went vaccin
ated. Childien below i) jears old, 182;
children under :i )ear old, 71. Totul
ItEAI ESTATE TRANSACTIONS.
Colored for Record April 24, 1911.
William () Smith to Amelia It 1)11-
Amelia It Hitting and lisli to J I)
Maniues, Ir u
II K I'oepiH. and wf In lilialna
Agrt'tl Co Ltd n
I'il'Hl Hank of Ullo f.ld to D.illi-
hilli MiipKviizIu Hel
Diinselt Co Ltd by legr Niitlou
Kulmiikl Uind (Jo Ltd to Charles
Klella K Ken and by Ir to Thenphl-
lii I' Datles i)
Mrs KpuIiI to Dick IC Ulninuiid. ... I)
Mrs Nnkuaii Akoun lo Mrs Ciiio-
lln. llnokaiio ,
Join Vlelra-and wf to llllo Hull- '
road Cn i)
Entered for Record April 5, 191 1.
I'aulo Kuhe.t to Blineimu Alieia-
lllllllll it ul pA
John Wulkcr nnd wf to Annlu N
I rant i)
j Annie N Traut uiul hsli to It Wa
' terliouse Tr Co Ltd, tr
':) j"'"' jfii ''"' i..-