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, t EyENINQ BULLETIN, HONOLULU. T. H TUE9DAY, MAY 2, 1911.
? NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
Cttale of Julia d'Olivera.
I.fUcr Tmlpiiirntnry on tlio estnlo
nml under llio will or Julia il'ollcrn
liiH Ins Ijccii Issued In tlio timlcriilRnil
by Hqii W. J. ''obltxuii, Tlilrd Judgo
tho Circuit Court of H16 rirat Ju
illclM Circuit, Territory of Hawaii, on
April li, ipnj
Nolle? Is hereby Rlve;i to nil credit
ors of mid Jiill.t d'Olivera, deceased, to
prcyjnt their clnlim, duly authentica
ted, and with proper ouclicr, If any
exist, jcn If the claim Is secured liy
mdrKgifo on real cMuto, to the under
Jilglie.I'at Mi oinco In tho Slnnscnnalil
bullillne. In Honolulu, or at tho oillco of
Cnstlf Wltlilnntcm, attomeys for tho
ewentor, at their onice. No. 3T Mer
chant street. In Honolulu, wthln six
months from tho first publication of
this notice, or they will bo forever
All 'person Indebted to snld Julia
dOllxera aro requested to make Immo
dlator pnjment to tho undersigned at
his ofllce aforesaid, or nl tho onlco of
Castlo & WlthliiRton, attorneys for tho
executor; No 37 Mcrclmnt street. In
Dated, Honolulu, Oahu, April 17,
arxmon p. cabti.h.
Kxecillor Under the Will and of tho
Itate of Julia d'Olivera
Castlo & Wltulnston, attorneys for
4 COS -Apr, 18, 25; May 2, D, 10.
IN TIIU CinCUIT COUIIT 01' Till
1'lrst Judicial Circuit, Territory of Ha
ttnll At Chambers. In Probate No.
2M. ' In tho mntter of tho Hstato of
WllhclmKuhltnaiin.ricccuHcd. On read--Ihif
rtixl' nilnp- the petition of Hlsliop
Trust Company, Limited, an Hanallnn
uurporutlon lunlm: Its principal onico
uijno uny ami County of Honolulu,
Territory of Hawaii. Admlnlitralor of
thr.UMi jU- of Wllliflm Ktillimann, late
of llonollilii aforesaid, deceased, u here
in It nsjis to bo utlmvcd CIS SI nnd
cmrgerf Itself with .7.l, and nsks
that the same moj hp examined nnd
nppnned, und that a final order may
bo inado of distribution of tho property
remalnloc In Itn hands to the poisons
thereto entitled, nnd dlsdiardiiK It ond
ItH Hiiretles from all further and future
liability nml responsibility under trust
as1 such ndmlnlstrntor; It Is Ordered,
that "Monday, the 22nd day of May,
1111, at 10 o'clock n . in , beforo the
Judge of said Court nt tho courtroom
of llio said Court at Honolulu afore
said, bo nnd tho samo hereby li ap
pointed as tho tlmo and place, forliear
lnR said petition nnd accounts, and that
all persons Interested may then and
there' nnjienr alid show cause,' If any
theVjliltto, why lliosamo should nttt
he'Jferriii'lwl, nnd nmy present evldenen
tlh' fo who nro entitled to tho' snld
properly. Dated at Honolulu, tlili lltli
tiny ofiiAprll, 1911. Jly tho Court) J
A jTHOMP.SON. Clerk. Hplmcfl. Stan-
icy c tsonf oiiorneyn jor neniiopcr,
, ,,49a-rApr. Jl, IS, Iff: , May i.
-cim-uiT counrriRST eincwiT,
Territory of Hnwnll At Chambcr.,rIn'
Trobatoi in tho matter' of tho listato
of Julia Adelaide Jlny, doceosed. No
tice ..to, credltoro. Notlco Is Ijerejjy
Klen by the underslsned, C If. Cooka
and i. ,U-ivli Jr, ancillary, udminlstra
t(wll the will aupoxod of tho I'd
tjjlp yf Julia Adolnldo May, deeeased,
liiMllo 'creditors of it ixl to all persona1
hhtlnfe claluiH ae.i'lust tho snld estntq
tn present their claims, duly'aulbcn
.Heated With tho proper vouchers, with
In six months of tho first publication
of this notlco (said notice helm; pub
lished for tho first tlmo on April 25,
1911), to the said ancillary administra
tors with tho will annexed at the olllcu
of Tho IJan' of Hawaii, Limited, In
tho Judd hulldlnc. corner of Merchant
nnd Tprt utrccts, City and County of
Honolulu, Territory of Hawaii, tho
samo bplnu tho pHco for tho transac
tion of business of snld citato In said
Territory. Dated April 25, 1911. C.
II. COOKE. A. l.HWIB J, ancillary ad
1 iid,ulitrato,rs with Ihe will annexed of
ino i.-uiin oi jiiii.i aikuiuio May, ue
toil Apr. 25; May 2, 0, 16, 23.
Do You Want Multi or Horsos?
, Dr. II I. HOIIDOUN will depart by
, tho. Sierra for the Const, thcrp tomako
purcliuvp of mules and horses. Hpo
elal attention Khcu to commissions
froln Intending buers of mules.
Block delivered on or about Juno 1
Call or address- Tho Lclanil, .027
Ilerctanla Avenue tlG-lSt
KAIMUKI MEAT DELIVERY
Wo will start a dally delivery to
Knlimihl district next Monday, May 1,
1911, and request our patrons to send
ItljWfw" ordeiH before a in
Ordeis will bo rIwii very careful ut-
c q y;:u hop a eg
Wcokly Ualletln fl per jr,
To Rkuulate SroitAOK or Exri.osms,
Be it Enactcd.by the Legislature of the Territory of Hawaii:
Stction 1. TIil" Monigo, keeping, nrelioii1siiig anil selling
(if nil explosives, including iictixilcJiinniid its derivatives, gnso
line, nnptliu, benzine, ker(xeiif nnd fuel oils, gunpowder, djnin
mile, blnsling powder, Jlercules or giant powder, dnuliu, tur
pentine, cnk'inm cnrliide, liquid ueetylone or otlier liquid or
Miliil Kiilislnneci wliich me of a liigbly intlammnblo untnro or
which create or give off under ordinary tempcraturo nu ex
)Iosive gai, or u gnu likely to become destructive to life and
)toperty, shall bo under the care nnd supervision of tho Super
intendent of Public Works, who shall, .subject io thd provisions
of this Act, hnvo complclo charge and supervision of tho stor
age, keeping, testing nnd whnreliousing bf nil explosives. Such
Superintendent of Public Works shall ninko and publish n
whedule of chnrges for tests, inspections nnd npprovals, which
fees or charges shall lw lvus-onnblo nnd shall bo so detormiucd
as only to meet tlio cost of such tesU, inspections nnd approvals.
Section 2. Xo peivon, persons, firm or corporation shall
keep or store in any building or structure moro than 110 gal
lons of gaolinc, benzine, naptlia, kcroseno or any hydrocnrlon
liquid wliich gives off nu intlammnblo vaxr nt a temperature
of 115 degrees or less, except ns hereinafter provided. Said
liquids shall 1ki kept in metal eniw of not moro than five gal
lons capacity, or in iron or steel tanks, iron or steel barrels or
drums of not moro than 110 gallons capacity.
j ."?' '! 'ir 1 ii 1 r'SWW''J L'T''
Products of petroleum, including crude oil, fuel oil, gasoline,
lieiizinc, naplhii, kerosene, or any hydrouailwn liquid in excess
of 220 gallons shall bo kept or stored in steel tanks of construc
tion fciitibniotory to said Superintendent of Public Works.
In lieu of storing such articles in such steel tanks and sur
rounding walls, said articles, othor than crude petroleum may,
to tho extent of 100 gallons; bo stored outside tho walls of any
building in a steel or iron tank, said tank to be buried under
ground dee) enough so that at least two feet of earth shall cover
the top of said tank. A filling piposhall extend up to tho sur
fnco nnd shall at all times bo kept closed by 11 scrow cap oxcopt
when filling. All tanks shall 1k connected with n safely ar
ranged pump so that thejjasolino or other hydrocarbon liquid
may lie pumped up for use. Each such tank phnll bo plnced in
it spot approved as safe to life and surrounding property by tho
.S'lperintendcnt of Public Works, and shall bo constructed,
oreofed and placed. In DQ&tiou subject to his approval asieou
onning to tho terms of this Act.
, Tit lieu of storing any of th'tf rtrticles named in thin Stetion-in
steel tanks, said articles may be stored in a building or Warc
lionso used exclusively for Mtch purpose, Said buijdings or
warehouses shall lie constructed of brick, stone, or concrete,
not to exceed oneriitory in height, nnd the walk of rill said build
jugs shall not be. less than twelve inches in thickness if of briqk
or stone, and eight inches if'of concrete. Tho sills of till such
buildings or warehouses plia'bo rnjs,ed at least two feet alxwo
tho floor. All said buildings or Aval chouses bhall have concreto
or earth floors and. metal roofs. AH such articles stored in a
wnrehoii'.o shall bo contained in metal containers of Jiot moro
. than five gallons capacity, or iji iron or steel tanks, iron or steel
drums or barrels of not moro than 110 gallons capacity.
Any person, firm or corporation, desiring to erect any tank Pr
warehouse provided for in this Act ,shnll fir.st submit the plans
therefor with full particulars ns to proposed location to tho
Superintendent of Public Works and to tho Chief of tho Fire
Department, if any, for his approval as complying with tho
terms of this Act.
Tho provision of this Section in relation to storngo tankfl nnd
warehouses shall not apply to nor affect any such tanks, build
ings nnd warehouses creeled and in uso exclusively for any Mich
purpose under any law of tho Territory in forco at tho date of
the puss.igo of this Act; but such buildings, tanks and waro
houbcs may continue; to bo Ubcd unless cpiijiqinn,c.d as iins-ufo to
life or surrounding property by tho $uuriiileud1eut of Public
St.f'Tio.v 3. No kero.-eno slndl be, bold or u;d v.i,tbjn tho
Territoiy of Hawaii unless tho sumo HhalJhow'u Hash t,est of
not less ibnii 1 15 degiees fithrenhejt and norude pctr,ole,uin or
fuel oil shall 1k m)M or used within tho 'Territory of llawaii
unless tho samo will show a tjash tc,$t of not- lew ihau 1QQ de
giees fahreuheit. Tests shall bo mudq by tho Sijierintcudcut jof
Publio Works of nil said articles brought into tlio Territory,
and at such other times as he shall deem auch tests nqecflsary.
Tho said articles shall be tested and their quality determined
by lueaus of an electric spark open tester, or any .improved de
vice for such purosc, and at any such test tho person, firm or
corporation intcii'sU'd bbnll 1 e'ltitlctt to bo present.
Si.otion t. No person, firm or corporation shall carry or
cause to bo carried or conveyed in any vehicle, within 4ho' Ter
ritory any of the pioducts of petroleum including gasoline,
kerosene, beiuine, yatpthu or ally hydnK'iiibon liquid, wliich
shrill give off nu julliimmablo vapor 'it 115 degiees fahreuheit
or less, or spirits of turpentine, unless tho witno shall be bceurely
packed in air-tight iiietnlliu vessels, nor unless such packago
shall bo .securely covered while hi pueji yejiicle. No person
tbitll ijisqhurge any f tlje products of potrolcni'i nboyo numi'di
or spirits of turpentine, except from the ship's side or tackles,
or through pipo lines provided for that purjiose. All such
Jiqiuds landed or pJK:e,d on any wharf, landing, street or alley
for forwarding or shipment shall be forwarded or shipped im
mediately after it shall lie so landed or "placed. 1
Si.ction !. No perton, firm or eotporation shall receive,
keep or stoic guniiowdor, except na eoutajiu:diu shells for fiie
111 ins, in a larger quantity than ten pounds into or in any build
ing or upon any premises, except as hereinafter provided.
Any person, fiini or corporation keeping or storing moro
than ten pounds of gunpowder, except us contained in shells for
fiu-anns, shall keep tlio same hi air-tiglt jmetullio yokels; said
veuM'ls shall Iki maiked with tho wonls "Gunpowder-banger-ous,"
iu plain letters uot leas thau tin to iuchca in height, paint
ed in white on n dark ground; said vessel shall be, kqpt nt all
times in view nenr an entrance of the premises, so ns to bo
ciisily removed. No such cscl shall contain more thau fifty
poundb of gunpowder.
Powder in acess of fifty jiounds ejiall not be stored iu any
one building or premises, unless the snuio shall be contained 111
a special powder magazine. Said luagazine shall bo situated Sii
somo safe place not nearer than it)00 feet to nny other build
. ing, except those used for similar purposes only. Said inagn
zino shall bo built on such plans and in such location as shall
be approved by the Superintendent of Public Works is safe to
lifo nnd surrounding property, shall be painted red, find shall
havo tho word "iwwder" painted in white letters nt least three
feet iu height on each side thereof. , , ,
Section 0. Ivo jxtwiii, firm or eorporrition shall keep, storo
or suffer to remain within any building, storo or dwelling for
tho purpose, of sale or storage, any blasting powder, Hercules or
giant powder, nitroglycerin,, dunlin, dynamite, fulminate jof
mercury, or any otlier explosive liquid or solid substance or
compound having an explosive power greater than that of, ordi
nary gunpowder, except in an approved powojer magazine as
provided in Section 5 of this Act, and all sales and deliveries
of tho above named articles shall lie made from such powder
Section 7. No person, firm or corporation shall keep or
store in any one building or within nny one enclosure more
than two hundred -Hiunds of calcium carbido or other comppuud
used for tho generation of inflammable gases "by combination
with water, except subject to tho rcstriptions herein provide.
Said substances shnll be contained in water-tight metal cans
or containers fitted with a water-tight cover, wliich cover shall
1 kept ejotcd at all times except when necessarily opened for
access to its contents.
Such substances to any reasonable amount for tradp or .co.ni
mcrcinl purjio'es may lie stored iu any warehouse or building
approved by the Superintendent of Public Works us safe to lifo
and surrounding property. Such suinstnnccs so stored shajl lie
cmitaiii!d iu air-light jijiit containers of not more than one
hundred --ouihU each, which containers shall 1ms plainly marked
"Calcium Carbide Keep Dry."
Si.ction 8. The Superintendent of Publio Works may mnl-.o
necessary rules and legnlations, not inconsistent with this Act,
for the safe storage and handjing of ulj jexplosivc herein men
tioned. Tho Superintendent of Public Works shall likcwio
niako necessary rules nnd regulations regarding tho fees and
charges t for inspections, tests nnd certificates provided for by
-tuisiAct. 1 ' l . 1 .
I iti J, 'ill 1
Section 9.. No empty containers that hove held gasoline,
kerosene, distillate, benzine or any of the products of petroleum
slinlbd'sMrciroh any'tvlfarf, roadway or government lot while
avaitin "shiiitnent, tmles the openings iu sriid containcra nro
secnroly'Wo'i'tpert wiflitinetnl screw plugs. ,, .
Section ,10. Any' person violating any of the provisions of
- this Act shiilLlie guilty of n misdemeanor, and upon conviction
therdBf' shall niiiinlshcd'by a4ipc not exceeding fivo hundred""
dollars (!J!."ifl(,00), or by imprisonment nofbxcccding six
montliH, or'by-hoth'such fine and imprisonment.
'li'ir ' 11 . j ' ,' I,'-. 11
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ShCTiox 11,, This. Act shall fakoeffeerupoii its approval -
Approved this 20th day of Apri);.A. J).VJJ1 v' '
WALTER ' FREAR,
Governor of tlio Territory of Hawaii.
Rei.atino to thi: JIii.itia. Apuim' Ffliijt Nr.y Sj.ctiijnh ro
tjik Revised Laws qi Hawaii, to ub Ks.owy ,8 Sec
tions 102a, '102H, 102o AND 102u.
- ' 1 U '
Be it Unacted by the Legislature of the Territory of Hawaii:
Srono.N I. Four new sections are hereby arjdcd to mo-Itci
vised Laws of Hawaii, to bo knoyai as (sections 162A, '102B,
KI2C' and 102D, us follows; ' . '. ""
BBSOiteS'''- -9-v .
'J'.ylinii 1115 A. Vnv of flllieers wliiln nil Aetirn lllllv. ' Of-
filers while on active duty in thp se,rjice of the Territory shall
jeceivo the same pay and allowances ns oflieers of similar grndo
in tho United States Army; provided, that no jmy or avow
ant'! shall lio mndo ,to oHicer3 for any service for .which tlioy
receive from the United States the pay and allowances made to
oflieers of similar grndo in Jho United States Army."
lt&gfcm' -v '"s
"Section 1(1211. Pay of Enlisted len while on Active ,l)uty,
Enlisted men while on active duty ,in the service of lo Terri
tory shall receive, pay at the rale of two dollars per day, except
as hereinafter provided hj. Section 1.02.'' ( ,
"Section HI2C. Edt.ted men receiving froui'tliu Unitejl
Status for any service,' the nay of enlisted men in tli,o Tniiteil
States Army shall, oxeejit when actually called into tho service of
the United States by or under the authority of the President, re
ceive pay from tho Territory while on actiyo djity as follows:
llatlaliou Sergeants-Jlujor and enlisted men of similar or higher
grade $1.00; Color Sergeants and ejili'jted men of inilar jrudu
$1.10; Sergeants and .enjisted men of similar grade ft f .25 ; Coi
poralh o,f, Signal Corps and enlisted men of similar grade
$1.10; Corporals of Infantry and enlisted men of similar grndo
$1.15; Privates $1.B0."
' "Section 1II2D. In order to entitle officers nnd enlisled men
to leeeivo tho pay herein providetl for, tho orders detailing them
for duty, or subsequent' orders, shall specify that pay is to bo
received for tho service ordeied." .
Section 2. This Act shall takg effect on thp date 0 its
V K ' "
Appro. ed this 20th dav of Apri), A. 1). 1011. '' t" ''"
WALTER F. FREAR, '
' Governor of tho Territory of Hawaii,
Sh-tion 1. The ruui of Twenty Tliousand Dollars (220.-
00), or so much, thereof at max' lie nerewnrv. i iiureliv flit- 1
ropriated from ,thp geu,eral rcveniteii of tho Terrjj;ry, Jq ba
To Ai'Fitoi'iMATi: Twenty Tiioiisand Doi.i.ahs ($20,000.0(j)
to Facilitat'i. an-i- Expedite the Oiianti.no of Ci.n-
TAl.V PltEKKItl.Nt'E RigUTS.
MPkH -V 'M - " . j(i,'1WWH' lMsU.r . ( )
Be U Enacted by,lle Legislature of the Tcrritpryof fiatcaii:
expemie! hv tlie i.oinuiissioner ot 1'ulilie 1-jukI, with the ap-
pioval of the Governor, to facilitate and pxpcdito.Jlio granting
of preference rights on the land of Auwniolimu In the City of '
Honolulu, by the purchase of the right, title and interest of" tho
Kapiolaui Estate, Limited, therein, or .otherwise.
Section 2. Any Mich inoney,s s,o expended shall 1k; as nenr .
as may be, repaid to the Territory by the occupants of said
land iu such projiortions and upon such conditions as to tho .
Commissioner of Publio Lands, with such approval, shall seem
enuitAblej.it being Jtb intent of this Act that the cost of facili- ,
tnting nnd expediting the granting of such preference rights
shall not finally bo lorno by the Territory.
Section .1. This Act shajl take effect from nnd after tho
date of its approval.
Approved this 20th dny of April A. D. ill. ..
lc.jn)i!t..il.j 1, . ,
WALTER . FREAJt;
Governor of tlio Territory of Hawaii.
jWakimi Ai'i'itoritiAiioNH 1 011 'Giiniu.NT Kxi'knkeh i-ok thi: 1
Pekioii Eniiini .June 150, 10ia. ' ,
Be it Enacted by the Legislature of the Territory of iu,rii;
Section 1. Tho following sums an hereby appropriated, for
0 objects hereinafter expressed, for the biennial period end- 4
g June .'50, 101.1, out of moneys in tho Treasury received , ''
from tho general revenues :
v THE GOVJERNOR. ,
1 j , 1 I
I Military 'Department:
Adjutant General) 2J",0p) $ 0,000.00
Clerk and Assistant ($7r,'.00) .... 1,800.00 .
'.TanitornndArmorer($10.00) ... 000.00-
15,000.Q0 $ 2'l,70O.OO
. THE SECRETARY.
Clerks, AiMiM-Mitti, Stctiograplicrs,
Item im$) ; v v . wl' ' . 1 :
Exi)nsc8, iGpvomor'tP 'and tx-crt- 1 vr- '
fary'slifiiees .' .. .......:.'.. V. JJ.lJOO.OO' '$ ' 4
Printing, binding, indexing, ad
vertising 1,200.00 15,000.00
Hawaiian Birth Ecgist ration: , . ,.
Expenses of fi.000.00 k
. ;,,, r.
Expenses of (, ..'..., r , 10,000.00
Librarian ($150,00) ..'.'..'. '. .'.? 3,000.00, .1 w . K
Exjienses. copying, tr.uislating,
' printing, binding ,....' 6,000.00 - 0,000.00
' ' ' .", '1
i Library of Hawaii: '! . ' - ft
ilaiutenanuo ..'..... ,. , '' $ 10,0.00.00
,,.,. PromoUpu: , ; r Hf f-i &
Support of .12,000.00
PERMANENT SETTLEMENTS. '
,. ' . . "
Mrs. Einitm' Barnard (10,'flO 2-!l) 400.00 7
Mrs. Jlary.Stolz ($10.00 2-IJ)... -100.00
Mrs. Mtheloim ($10.00 2-3) ..'.. 10Q.OO
Mrs. Lilinoo Kea ($10.00 2-'!) . . '. 100.00 1,000.00
ATTORNFAXi.lJNERIS PEPARTMENT. -
Attonioy Generul ($S50.00) ... 8,100.00 '
Deputy .(:)o.op) ,M 7.200,00
Clerk ($100.00) ... ..' SjJQO.Otl . s i
Stenographer ($125.00) ,. . . fJ,006.00 ' ,'j
Expenses 0,000.00 30,000.00
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High Slioriff, Prisons: ' t
High Sheriff, Wunjen 'Xvrritoriul
Prison ($225.60) .' " '. C, 100.00 ' I t
Dejmtv High Sheriff and Clerk '
($150.00) v. 3,yt)p.(00
Deputv Warden, Territorial Prison ''"
($I25.qo) ...v...,, a,6pq.(g
Guards nnd Lunas of Prisoners:
Territorial Prison ". . 30,000.00
Expense--, Maintenance- of Pris- t t t
1 oners 05.000.00 8!,-103,0O0.OO