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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H., FRIDAY, JUNE 9, 1911.
frontngo on tlio street; in micli front
there shall bo Bultablo means of on
trunco and oxlt. Thero shall also bo
on cacli Bide of the exterior of tlio
building mi open court or simco
each of willed shnll bo not less ttinn
eight feet wldo ami shall extend back
tlio full length of tlio bulldlnR from
tlio front strecL TIiobo courts or
spaces shall bo kept clear during per
formances. Kxlts. OpcnltiR from tlio audi
lorlum Into theso courts or spaces
thero Bhall bo not loss than two exits
from each sldo of each floor and gat
Icry, these openings Hhnll bo closed
by doors easily opened from the In
sldo by pressuro durlnR alt perform
ances. Tlioy shall bo of nmplo width
and slinll swing outward In such n
way as not to block the balcony up
on which they open. All such exits
must open from tlio aisles.
Tlio exterior balconies upon which
tbeso exits open, and tho stairways
lending to tho ground must bo not
less than four feet wldo and shall
bo constructed of Iron or steel of
ample strciiRtli to snfoly sustain n
load of 80 lbs. per squaro foot with
a factor of safety of four.
Them shull bo alsn ono exit on
each sldo of tho BtuRe Into tho courts
4 At each and every exit In any tho
atra In tho City and County of Hono
lulu thero shall tio placed and main
tained h lamp In which only mineral,
sperm, nut or other non-lnflnmmablo
oil, or electricity upon an Independ
ent circuit shall bo used, and said
lamp or lamps shall bo llRhtcd pre
vious to tho opening of tho doors of
such theatro for nny performance
thnroln, and shall bn kept lighted
until the nudlcnco Khali havo depart
ed from tho premises, and thero
shall bo inscribed upon sntd lamp
or lamps tho word "exit" In distinctly
vlslblo letters not less than six in
Stairways shall havo handrails on
cacli sldo (Irmly secured to strong
supports or to tho walls. Thero shall
be no flight of moro than twenty
steps, thero shall bo no winders and
no Rtep shall ho less than four feet
wldo in tho clear. Such stops shall
havo a rise not greater than six
Inches and a tread not less than 10
Thoro shall bo n lire wall of brick
or reinforced enncreto nbovo tlio
proscenium arch between the stugo
and tho auditorium which wnll shall
extend at lenst 3 feet nbovo tho roof.
Tho proscenium shall ba tho only
i opening in said wall nbovo tho level
of tho slago and all openings through
thin wall bolow tho stage level shall
bo provided with self-closing lira
doors constructed as per section 97.
Tho wnll abovo tho proscenium arch
ahall bo supported by reinforced con
crete girders or by steel girders cov
ered with fireproof material.
Tho proscenium opening shall bo
provided with n curtain of asbestos
or other fireproof material sliding at
each end In grooves securely fasten
ed to the masonry wall and extending
Into such grooves to a depth of not
less than 4 Inches. The flroproof
curtain muy, however, be furnished
with steel cnblo guides not less than
'i Inch In diameter; 1'rovlded, that
such curtain laps over tho stago open
ing at tlio sides and top for a dis
tance of not less thnn 8 Inches and
that attached to said curtain at tho
top and bottom, to tho full width thcro
of, Bhall bo wrought iron or steel plpo
of not less thnn l'.i Inches diameter.
i. Tho fireproof curtain Bhnll bo kept
lowered between actB, during In
termissions, and nt tho closo of each
performance, except during rehears
als. Tho curtain rhnll ba hung not
nearer to the footlights than 3 feet.
All Boats oxcept thoso In tlio boxes
shall be firmly fastened to tho floor,
and mi scat In tho auditorium Bhall
have more than six scats Intervening
between It and tho aisles. Heats shall
nut be less than 31 Inches from back
In hack, nor less than 20 Inches in
Center aisles and passageways
Bhall bo ut least 48 Inches wldo ut
tho narrowest point, sldo aisles at
least 3G Inches, and all shall Increase
In width toward tlio point of oxlt at
leuhl ' inch for each foot of length.
Tho grade of ulsles Hhall not bo great
er than Vi Inch per foot.
A ventilator shaft, of Biifllclent ca
pacity, lined with Hteproof muterlal
Bhall bo 'placed over tho conter of
the staRO and shall oxtend at least 3
feet ubovo tho roof. The roof over the
staRO Bhall bo provided with sky
lights In area equal to ono-fourth of
the Btagrj nica, und Bald skylights
Bhall ho mado to open automatically
In case of lire.
Theater floors shall bo of sufficient
strength to support an Imposed llvo
load of 100 lbs. per square foot.
Every theater Bhnll bo equipped
with at loast 2 lines of standard 3
Inch cast Iron or galvanized water
plpo, lending dlicctly from tho street
main, und provided with tho standard
coupling of the firo department with
not less than 25 feet of lioso attached,
Such water plpo und hoso shall ba
roudy for Immediate use at any time
during the performance in said build
Electric wires, footlights, and nil
nppnratus for extinguishing Arcs or
guarding against the samo shall bo
in chargo of and under tho control
of the Are department, and tho chief
of said department shall bo respons
ible for tho oxccutlon and enforce
ment of tills regulation.
Gradients or Inclined pintles shnll
bo employed Instend of steps to ov
ercome slight difference of level In
or between ulsles, corridors, and pas
Walls separating tho actors' dress
ing rooms from tho stage, nnd par
titions dividing the dressing rooms,
together with partitions of ovory
passageway, from tho same to tho
stage, and all partitions on or about
the Stage, Bhall be constructed of fire
proof material. All shelving nnd
cupboards in each and ovcry dressing
loom, property room, or storage
room shnll ba constructed of fire
proof material. Dressing rooms may
bo plnced In the fly galleries, provid
ed that proper exits are Bccured thoro-
froni to tiro escapes in the open
courts, nnd that tho stairs leading
to tho samo shall bo flroproof. Dress
ing rooms shall havo an Independent
exit leading directly Into nn open
court or street, and shall bo ven
tilated by windows In tho external
wall; and no dressing room shall
bo moro than one story below street
level. All windows shall bo nrrnnged
to open and none of tho windows In
outsldo walls shall havo fixed sashes,
Iron grills or bars.
If any arrangement or construction
or appliance of any Theator is unsafe
to life, full authority Is horcby In
vested In tho Building Inspector
nnd tho Chief Engineer of the Firo
Department, or clthor of them, to ord
er nnd enforce such changes or addi
tions as may bo ncccssnry.
MOVING PICTURE SHOWS.
Soctlnn 108. Buildings outsldo tho
firo limits used for moving picture
shows and variety entertainment nnd
which contain no galleries or bal
conies and only u small stage and
llttlo or no movnblo scenery, may ba
constructed of corrugated Iron with
Iron roofs on Iron or steel frame
Every moving picture machine wheth
er located within or without tho tire
limits must bo Inclosed within n flro
Section 10D. No electrical wiring
nr Installation of electrical apparatus
nr appliances for furnishing light.
beat nr power shall bo Introduced in
to or placed In any building or struc
ture In tho City and County of Hono
lulu oxcept In compliance with the
rules and regulations of the National
Doard of Klro Underwriters, known
as tho "National Electrical Code,"
and tho said rules and regulations are
horcby made a part of tho require
ments of this Ordinance.
Section 110. Tlio strength of tho
ropes, gearing nnd nil other portions
of tho mechanism of passenger clo-
vators shall bo calculated with a
factor of sufcty of twenty.
For nil other elovutors ten Is to bo
used as tho factor of safety.
The main suspension ropes or
cables of all elevators used for pas
sengers or frolght must bo of steel.
Every olevntor Bhall bo provided
with nn approved dcvlco for prevent
ing the cur from falling in caso of
All freight clovutor shafts must bo
provided at each floor through which
they pass, with tho latest and best
appliance, style and design of auto
inatlo opening and closing safety
Doors opening into passenger clo
vutor Bhafts shall be entirely under
tho control of tho operator, and shall
bo bo arranged that they can bo open
ed only from tho Inside.
SECTION III. No tenement houso
constructed of wood shall bo moro
than two stories In height. In the
renr of every toncmont houso thero
shall bo a clear yard extending ucruss
tho ontlro width of tho lot, tho depth
of biicIi yard, measured fiom tho ex
treme icnr of tho houso to the roar
lino of the lo( shall novel- bo loss than
ten feet, and on tho sldo of oory
tenement, nnd In at least every one
hundred feet of every tonement or
ahutlng tenements ovor ono hundred
feet In length, running from tho front
to tbo rear of tho tenement, thoro shall
bo nn nlloy way ocn tn tho sky, not
less than llvo feet wldo, which shall be
kept clear, which Bhall be concreted
with a 4-inch slab, and tho ground
under any tenement shall bo con
creted to tlio same thickness. All
porches shall ba connected to the
ground by btalrways with handrails.
A tenement situated In tho rear of
anothor tenement Bhnll be separated
from tho front building by u clear
spneo across tho lot of not less than
ten feet. This space Bhnll bo con
creted und kept clear.
No tenement house Hhnll be altered
or repaired except such alterations,
repairs, or changes shall bo made to
conform to this ordinance.
woodworking mills and
Section 112, In every mill or fac
tory In which shavings, sawdust or
other light material is used for fuel
under tho boiler, a vault to contain
such fuel shall bo constructed of fire
proof material with n fireproof cover.
Tho said vault shall not bo construct
ed opposite tho furnace feeds but at
right angles thereto nnd shall be
closed when not in uso.
Section 113. No hath, In which tho
water is heated by an open (Ire mado
outsldo and under tho building, Bhall
be Installed In nny building unless
tho building is used for no other than
bathing purposes, and the floor of
which Is concrete'.
DUTIES OF DUILDLNG INSPECTOR.
Section 114. It Bhnll be the duty of
tho Iltilldlng Inspector to inspect all
work for which a permit hns been
issued under tho provisions of this
Ordinance nnd generally to enforce
the provisions of this Ordlnnnce. Tlio
Duildlng Inspector Bhnll keep on fllo
In bis ofllco for tho Inspection of tho
public at nit rcasonnblo hours u copy
of what aro known as the Manufactur
er's Standard Specifications, Tho
Tests Prescribed by tho American So
ciety for Testing Materials, Standard
Modorn Authorities on Calculation of
Stresses and the Rules and Regula
tions of the National Hoard of Fire
Underwriters known as tho "National
CHIEF ENGINEER OF FIRE DE
PARTMENT TO APPROVE
Section llfi. No permit shall bo
Issued for tbo erection, alteration or
removal of any building or other
structure within the firo limits of tlio
City nnd County of Honolulu, or for
any public building nr for nny tho
at re or other place of amusement, or
for any tenement, or for nny building
or other structure estimated to cost
110,000.00 or over, unless tho samo
shnll bo upproved by tho Chief Engi
neef of tho Firo Department.
REPEAL OF CONFLICTING
Section 116. All ordinances and
parts of ordinances In conflict with
the provisions of this ordinance aro
hereby repealed; provided, that such
repeal shall not affect or prevent tho
prosecution nnd punishment of nny
person for any act done In violation
of any ordlnanco prior to Its ropcnl
which may bo repealed by this ordi
nance, nnd shnll not affect any prose
cution or action which may be pend
ing In nny court for the violation of
nny of the provisions of any ordlnanco
repealed by this ordlnanco.
All buildings containing plumbing
or plumbing fixtures Bhnll conform to
tho plumbing ordlnanco.
Section 117. Any person, firm or
corporation who shall molest, hinder
or In any mnnnor provont nny In
spector or other oITIcor from perform
ing nny duty Imposed upon him by
the provisions of this Ordinance, and
any person, firm or corporation who
shall erect, construct, alter, repair or
remove nny building or other struc
ture In tho City nnd County of Hono
lulu contrary to the provisions of this
ordlnanco or who shall violate any
of the provisions of this Ordinance,
shnll bo deemed guilty of n misde
meanor, nnd upon conviction thereof
shall be punished by n line of not
moro thnn $500.00, or by Imprison
ment, for n term not exceeding six
months, or by both such tine und Im
prisonment. Section 118. This Ordinance shnll
take effect ton days from and nftor
the duta of Its approval.
Uy FRANK J. KRUGER,
Dato of Introduction Muy 3lBt, 1911.
Tho foregoing Dill was, nt n regular
adjoin ned meeting of tho Hoard of
Supervisors, City and County of Ho
nolulu, held on Tuesday, Juno 6, 1911,
pasBcd Becond reading and ordored to
print on tho following voto of the said
Ayas: Aiuann, Arnold, Dwlght,
Kruger, Low, McClellnn, Murray.
Deputy City nnd County Clerk.
HILL NO. "..
AN OltniNA.NCl'. HIIUTIMl TO
SANITATION' AND HKALTH IN
TIIK CITY AM) COUNTY OF
Ho It Ordiilned by Hie People of the
City and County at Honolulu.
TENEMENT HOUSES. '
Section 1. No room of any tene
ment shnll afford less thnn 400 cubic
foot of air to each person over 12
years of ago and 200 cubic foot of
nlr for each child under 12 years of
age, occupying the loom. There Bhall
bo no cooking done on the porches.
The floarB of all outsldo water closets
and urinals und 8 Inches high on all
walls of sumo shall be of concrete.
No wallpaper Bhall be put nu the
walla of u tenement house unites tho
formor wallpaper shall havo been re
moved nnd the walls thoroughly
cleaned nor shall cloth lining bo mod
nn ceilings or walls. Tho owner of
and person controlling tho property
shnll ha responsible for all violations
of this ordlnnnco by tils tenants.
No owner, agent of owner or lessee,
nnd no person In chnrgo of or In con
trol of nny tenement, shall permit
nny person or persons to occupy any
room of nny tenement, and no person
or persons shall occupy any room of
nny tenement, in which tho nlr space
afforded Is loss than 400 cubic feet
of air to euch person over twelve
yenrs of age, nnd 200 cubic feet of air
for each child under twclvo jenrs of
age occupying the room.
RECEPTACLE8 FOR GARBAGE.
Section 2. The owner of ovcry ten
ement house shall provldo therefor
suitable, covered, water-tight metallic
receptacles for ashes, rubbish, gur
bage, refuse, nnd othor matter. No
person shall place ashes, rubbish,
garbage, refuse or other like mat
ter In tho yards, open ureas or al
leys connected with or appurtenant
to nny tenement house, except In
such receptacle ns described nbovo.
AIR SPACE DETWEEN HUILDINGS.
Section i. No building not (lush
with a street or strcctB bouudlng tho
lot on which It Is to stand, shall
hereafter bo erected within llvo feet
of nny other boundary line of said
lot, unless tho nature and location
of such building nnd tho purposes
for which It Is to bo constructed nnd
adapted, do not require said vacant
space for the preservation of public
health and public sanitation. Thero
shall be a clear air spaco of ten feet
between all buildings, oxcept such as
are (lush with n street or streets
bounding tho lot on which they stand,
unless the nuturo nnd, location of
such buildings nnd tho purposes for
which they aro to bo constructed and
adapted do not require snld vacant
spaco for the preservation of tho
public health and public sanitation.
Tho word "buildings" In this para
graph shall ba construed to mean nnd
includo sheds, leuntns, outhouses and
nil other structures of tlmllnr char
actor. LiaiiT AND VENTILATION OF
Section 4. Each nnd every room
Intended or used for habitation' shnll
lio provided with at least eight squaro
feet of window nrcn having unob
structed access Into tho open nlr for
euch 100 square feet of floor space In
said room, and freo access shall, at
all times, be had to (lie suuio by tho
occupants of tho room'; and, at least,
one-half of such window spaco shall
be movable and uvallablo for ventila
tion. Allt SPACE UNDER HUILDINGS.
Section G. Every building, except
as otherwise provided, shall haye at
least twenty Inches of clear nlr Bpaco
for the circulation of nlr, between tho
floor timbers und the highest point
of tho ground under samo, nnd shall
havo sufficient openings for ventila
tion In the outer walls to admit a
free circulation of air; but said nlr
spaco shall not ba secured by ox
cavntlng below tho level of the street
or lot on which the building Is to
stand, und this air space shall not ba
used for storage but Bhall ba kept
clean and sanitary. In caso said nlr
spaco is not provided for in accord
ance with this regulation, tho ground
floor of nil such buildings shall bo
Of bitumen, concrete, or masonry, bo
constructed ns to leavo no spaces or
openings beneath tho same.
YARDS, AREAS, COURTS, ETC.
Section 6. (a) Yards, areas, courts,
nlloy way's and other open spaces
within or between buildings, where
water Is used for washing of any
kind, shall bo properly graded and
cemented, or paved so as to bo wn
terproof and drained Into trapped
drains proporly connected with sowor
or cesspool and no permanent wood
on floor or grating shall bo main
tained ovor tho sumo.
(b) All houses, structures, rooms
or parts therrof, In which wntor Is
used or Intended lo bo used In such
quantity as to render tho floor or
(loom or tho ground under tho floor
or floors damp, shall havo such floor
or floors mado waterproof, with
proper dralnago Into trapped lenilers
conveying tho water away into cess
pool or bowor.
(c) No building nr structuro shall
ha used as a residence or plnco for
human habitation which Is situated
upon land that has been made by Ail
ing In with dungerous and unsanitary
refuses or gar ha go or any substunco
dangerous to the public health.
Bectlon 7. Where the space be
tween buildings Ik loss than It) feet
tho wator from tho roofs of tho build
ings shall bo conducted in wntor
tight leaders nnd mado to discharge
Into suitable drains leuding Into
street or alley gutters and If any
building Is so situated Hint the wit
ter from the roots of suld building
will run tinder the building and not
drain off, the samo rule shall apply.
This regulation shall not apply tn
buildings whero tho amount of wu
ter discharged from the roofs will
not bo detrimental to tho public
health or public sanitation.
CESSPOOLS AND PRIVY-VAULTS.
Section 8. (a) No privy-vault, sink
or cesspool shall hereafter bo located
or constructed within fifty feet of
nny stream, lake, pond, well or spring
of wntcr, unless tho sides and bottom
are cemented nnd made watertight,
nor within two feet of tho lino of
nny lot, nor shall It be made moro
than eighteen or less than six feet
deep or placed in such n position that
It Is not easily accessible for empty
ing nnd cleaning. No privy-vault or
cesspool shall bo excavated or main
tained within ten feet of nny dwelling
house or inhabited building or cook
house or plnco where cooking Is
(hi Tlio sides nnd bottoms of
privy-vaults, sinks, or cesspools Bhnll
be made watertight, when necessary,
In order to prevent saturation of tho
ground about the snld vault, sink or
cesspool, and each such receptacle
shnll ba provided with Bultablo ven
(c) A cesspool or other snnltnry
means of disposing of waste shall bo
completed or arranged for beforo nny
building hereafter to be constructed
shall bo occupied. No structuro or
cover shall be put upon or over nny
privy-vault, sink or cesspool, until It
hits been Inspected by tho Plumbing
Inspector, and approved ns meeting
the requirements of this ordinance.
(d) Any privy-vault, sink or cess
pool already constructed which shnll
become n nuisance, or In nny way
dangerous to llfo or detrimental to
hcnlth, shall bo removed, reconstruct
ed, or altered to meet tho require
ments of tills ordlnanco nnd of tho
public health. Tho Sanltnry Inspector
may order tho emptying nnd disinfect-
Ing of nny privy-vault, Blnk or cess
pool nt tho expense of tho owner
or occupant of tho premises nfter
forty-eight (4R) hours' notice nnd
failure to comply therewith.
VENTILATION OF WATER CLOS
ETS AND URINALS.
Section 9. Every apartment or
loom containing n watcrclosct or
urinal shnll bo properly vrntllnted by
means of a window opening directly
Into tho open air.
Section 10. Any person, Arm or
corporation, who shall construct any
tenement, building or other structuro
contrary to tbo provisions of this
Ordinance, or who shall violate in
any manner the provisions of this
Ordinance, or fall to comply with tho
provisions thereof, shall bo deemed
guilty of a misdemeanor, and upon
conviction thereof shall bo punished
by a Ano of not moro than $500, or
by Imprisonment for a torm not ex
ceeding six months, or by both such
flno nnd ImprlsonmonL
Section II This Ordlnnnce Bhnll
toko cffcit ton days from and nftor
tbo date of Its approval.
Ily FRANK J. KRUGER,
Dato of Introduction May 31, 1911.
The foregoing Illll was, at u regular
adjourned meeting of tbo Hoard of
Supervisors, City nnd County of Ho
nolulu, held on Tuesday, Juno 0, 1911,
passed second reading and ordered to
print on tho following vote of the said
Ayes: Amaiia, Arnold, Dwlght,
Kruger, Ixiw, McClcllan, Murray.
Deputy City nnd County Clerk.
OFFICE OF THE BOARD OF
Honolulu. Hawaii, Juno 6, 1911.
TENDERS FOR PAIAI LEPER
Sealed tinders, In duplicate, endorsed
"T nders for I'ulul -Leper Settlement,'
will bo received ut tbo oillce of the
Hoard of Health, until 12 o'clock noon,
Tuesday, Juno 20, 1911, for supplying
tlio I'per Settlement, Molokal, with
palul during the period ofaslx months
from July 1, 1911, to December 31,
1911, under the following conditions,
Tenders to ho for the price per bun-
dlo nf p.ilnl weighing twenly-llvo (25)
pounds net Tho palal to bo freshly
mado and securely packed In tl leave
and delivered In good condition nt tho
Leper Settlement, Molokal.
Tenders tn bo linsed on tho supply
of 900 tc 1900 palal per month to bo
delivered iih ordered by thn Superin
tendent and thn supply to begin with
the first week of July, 1911.
For further Information apply at the
oillce of the Hoard of Health, Hono
lulu. Tho Hoard reserves tbo right to pur
chase taro from Walkolu Valley.
Tenders mint bo uccnmpanlod by a
certined check equal In amount to 6
per cent, of tho tender on tho basis
of 1200 palal per month.
All bids must bo submitted In nc
cordanca with, nnd bo subject tn, the
provisions and requirements of Att 62,
Session Laws nf 1909.
THE HOARD OF HEALTH,
Ily Its rrceldent,
E. A. MOTT-HMITII
4917 June 6, 7, 8, D, 10, 12, 13, 11, IS, IS
OFFICE OF THE DOARD OF
Honolulu, Hawaii, Juno , 1911
n-l.Vntt,u l-,il 1IIMM. MATTI.ll
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Sealed lenders, 111 duplicate, endorsed.
Tenders for Ileef Cattle," wilt be re
ceived at Hie ollleo of tbo Hoard of
Health, until 12 o'clock noon, Tuesday,
June SO, 1911. for supplying the Leper
Settlement, Molokal, with beef cattle
for thn nerlnrl nf kIk months from July
1, 1911, to December SI, Hill, under
the following conditions, namely:
1. The bidder must offer to furnlili
fnt beef cuttle to wclKli not less than
3S0 pound net when dressed, In lots
averaging about CO head per month,
more or 1cm, ns may be upccltlcd by
tbo Superintendent of tbo Leper Set
tlement, delivered at the Leper Settle
ment, Mnlpltnl. For further Informa
tion apply at the office of the Hoard
of, Health, Honolulu.
2. Hides, tallow and offal to be tho
iroperty of the Hoard nf Health.
3. Uncli bid mint be for the price
per pound llvo weight, with an alter
native offer of a price per bead.
4 The successful bidder must ngreo
that all cattle ore offered for delivery
subject to the right of the Superintend
ent of the Leper Settlement 'to reject
nny or all unlit for use, In which ovent
other cattle mast be forthwith fur
nished to make up tlio required num
ber nnd thop rejected forthwith re
moved at the rxpenso of the bidder.
Ml bids must ba submitted tn ac
cordance with, and Mibject to, the pro
visions nnd requirements of Act 62,
Session Law a 1909.
Tenders must lip ncenmpnnled by a
certified cheek equnl In nmount to f,
per cent, nf tho tender on tho basis of
CO head per month, or CO head per
month weighing net, when dressed, 050
THE HOARD OF HEALTH.
Ily ItH President,
B. A. MOTT-HMITII.
4917 Juno 6. 7, 8, 9. 10, 12. 13, 11, 15. 16
or THH HOARD OF
Honolulu, Juno 6, 1911.
Notice Is hereby Riven that tho Reg
ulation iuimmmI .May Hi. 1911. regarding
tbo tnkliiK of fish and shellllili and
lathing I hereby rescinded.
THE IlOAIHl OF HEALTH.
Ily Its President.
II A MOTT-SM1TII.
Tbo Hoard nf I.Icpiko ('nmmhfHlnncrs
for tho (ity und County of Honolulu
will bold a meeting nt tbo Executive
Building nn Wednesday, Juno 14, 1911,
at 4 p. m, to consider tbo application
of Iwujlrn Kunemiira for n second
tinis (saloon) license, tn sell Intoxi
cating liquors nt Walhce, Koolnnpnkn,
Oaliu, under tho provision of Act 119,
Session Laws of 1907.
All protests or objection against tho
Issuanco nf n license under said appli
cation should bo llled with tho sccre
tnry of the Hoard not later thun the
time set for said hearing.
CARLOS A, LONO.
Secretary, Hoard of License Commls
4926 May 19, 26; Juno 2, 9.
The Hoard of License Commissioners
for the City nnd County of Honolulu
will hold n meeting ut tbo Executive
Hulldliig on Wednesday, Juno 14, 1911,
nt 4 p. in., to consider the application
nf K Shlnnhnrn for a second-clnss
(saloon) license, tn sell Intoxicating
liquors nt Kaalaea, Knolaupoko, Oubu,
under the provisions of Act 119, Ses
slnn Laws nf 1907
All protests nr objections against tbo
IsMiunco of a llccnso under snld nppll
cation should bn llled with thn sccre
tnry of tho Hoard not later than tho
time set for snld bearing.
CARLOS A. LONG
Secretary, Hoard of License Commis
4926 May 19, 26; Juno 2. 9. .
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Linseed Oil und Coloring Pig
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'AUAHI STRUCT, NEAR NUUANU
IN TEE UNITED STATES DISTRICT
COURT, FOR THE TERRITORY
THE UNITED STATES OF AMER
ICA, Plaintiff, vs. CECIL I1ROWN,
Trustees, et nl., Defendants. Ac
tlnii drought In Mild District
Court, and" the Petition Died la
tho oillce of the Clerk of Bald
District Court, In Honolulu.
THE PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED
CECIL BROWN, HENRY M, VON
HOLT nnd AI.HERT N. CAMI'
HELL, Trustees under tho Inst
Will nnd Testament of JAMES
CAMPDELL, deceased; AIIIGAIL
W. KAWANANAKOA; KALAKA
UA KAWANANAKOA, KAPIO
LANI KAWANANAKOA, other
wise called KAPIOLANI KAWA
NANAKOA CAMPDELL. and LI
LIU KAWANANAKOA. minor
children of AUIGA1L W. KAWA
NANAKOA; ALICE T. MACFAR
LANE; WALTER F. MACFAR
LANE, husband of ALICE T.
M A C F A R L A N B WALTER
JAMES MACFARLANE. ALICE
KMALIE MACFARLANE nnd
MURIEL BEATRICE MACFAR
LANE, minor children of ALICE
T. MACFARLANE and WALTER
F. MACFARLANE; MURIEL
SHINGLE; ROIJKRT W. SHIN
GLE, husband of MURIEL SHIN
OLE; MURIEL MELVIN SHIN
GLE nnd ROHERT W. SHINGLE,
Junior, minor children of MUR
IEL SHINGLE nnd ROUERT W.
SHINGLE; BEATRICE MARY
CAMPHEI.L; OAHU RAILWAY
AND LAND COMPANY, a corpor
ation existing and doing business
under und by virtue of tho laws
of tho Torrllory of Huwnll; ROB
ERT W. ATKINSON nnd WAL
TER F. FREAR, Trustees; HA
WAIIAN FIBRE COMPANY, LIM
ITED, n corporation existing and
doing business under and by vlr
tuo of tho luws of tho Territory
of Hawaii; EWA PLANTATION .
COMPANY, n corporation existing
and doing buBlncsg under nnd by
vlrtuo of the laws of tho Territory
of Hawaii; and JOHN DROWN,
JAMES WHITE, HENRY SMITH,
DAVID JONES, MARY OREEN,
JANE HLACK, MARTHA WIL
LIAMS, and ALICE DAVIS, un
known owners nnd claimants.
You aro horcby directed to appear
and answer the Petition In an action
entitled ns above, brought against you
in tho United States District Court,
for the Territory of Hawaii, within
twenty days from nnd nfter service
upon ou of a certified copy of Plain
tiff's Petition heroin, together with a
certified copy of this Summons.
And you aro hereby notified that
unless you appear and answer as
obotu required, the said Plaintiff will
taku judgment of condemnntlnn of the
laiida derrrlbed In the Petition herein
ir,d for any other rollef demaaded la
WITNESS THE HONORABLE
SANFORD U. DOLE nnd THE HON
ORABLE CHARLES F. CLEMON3.
Judges of said District Court, this
23rd day of March, In tlio year of our
Lord one thousand nine hundred and
eleven nnd nf tho Independence of the
United Stales the ono hundred and
(Signed) A. E. MURPHY,
"No. 75. UNITEO 8TATES DISTRICT
COURT, for (he Territory of Ha
waii, THE UNITED STATES OF
AMERICA vs. CECIL BROWN,
Trustee, ct al. SUMMONS. ROB
ERT W. HRECKON8, United
THE 'JNITED STATES OF AMER
ICA, Territory of Hawaii,
City of Honolulu, ss.
I, A. E. MURPHY, Clork of the
Ujilted States District Court for the
Territory and District of Hawaii, do
horcby certify tho foregoing to bo a
full, true 'and correct copy of the
original Summons In tluj case of THE
UNITED STATES OF AMERICA vs.
CECIL BROWN, Trustee, ot al., as the
same remains of record and on fllo In
the office of the Clerk of said CourL
IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have
hereunto set my hnnd and affixed tlie
seal of Bald District Court this 30th
day of March, A. D. 1911.
(Bool) A. E. MURPHY.
Clork of United Stntos District Court.
Territory of Hawaii.
By F. L. DAVIS,
INSIST ON HAVINQ
Pau Ka Hana
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