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MJ " 10 EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H, FRIDAY", AUG. 28, 1i1. T '" " ' " - r I
m f hothu-1 Make the uve, TEAMS RETURN TEXAS LEGISLATURE TRYING 6Y AR'Tv
m STEWART Do toDuty FARIYTRMnRRHW TH INVFSTIfiATF PRflHIRITlriN " '"'
nviM jv s- a t.f pnt hia iiiaoiimo in icn wnen ine iivtr U real IM Kdl lllftj A M JlTlvr 11J II III 1111 111 IIUIIIIj IMIIIIIUI Hill 1
W&1 SAN FRANCISCO etomecl. and bowel, are rij&t Ji ." uiui... IVJr 111 ILUSaBUliaU I IIUIUUUIUH
ffl,! Geary Street, above Union Squtte j"!? .yTTLE Bfcfc.
JHL Euroofn pian si.coadxTup t'iiii(iiuii innBMBl ,,. Girls and Boys Hnci Jolly
ffl American Plan S3.00 a day up .."""QctIK G00(l Time While Oil
jjf. Strcl and brick structure, furnish. Cra Coa-V eSITTLC Maili.
3L v lngs cost $200,000. High class slipatlon, mr llVER
$3Hft hotel at moderate rates. Omnibus ii" "VF. M!a
IS' meets all trains and steamers siS JsCI''
.' Hotel Stewart now recognized as
1ki! Hawaiian Island headquarters.
KT Cablcaddrcss,"Trawcts" A. li.C
jSRS-' " Code. Reservations made through
S Trent Trust Co.. F,rt Sfr..,.t
MS .. i..... I
Hotel St. Francis
Union Square, San Franciico
Under the Management of
J A MI'S WOODS
FACI.N0 tho beautiful park
In tho heart 'of tho citj,
irhlcli Is Hio theatre of
the pilnclpul orrnts of
the famous fcstlrals of Sua
1'ruiirlno, this hotel, In en
vironment mid atmosphere, ex
presses most pleasantly the
comfortable spirit of old Cal
ifornia. The royalty and nobility 01
tho Old World and tho Far
East and tbe men of high
arhloicracnt' In America who
assemble here contribute to the
cosmopolitan atmosphere of an
Institution which represents
Hie hospitality nnd Individual
ity of S.iu l'ranclsco to the
Tho building, Trltfpfi marks
tho farthest ailmnce of science
In serilce, lias cow the largest
rapacity of any hotel structure
In the West, and upon comple
tion of the 1'ost street nnnet
will be the largest car.uaniiry
In the world.
WHIM' THE SKHVICK 13 UN
USUAL, THE WtlCUS AKK
European Plan from $2.00 Up
WJOMV Sl'ITUS AMU
appual to touuisth
who likh plunty ob
AHl AND I'ltllllUOM
ntOM CITY HNVHtON-
mhnts. Tin: uatus
aui: not man.
hi: bum: you out in oni:
nni'oitn this hiiason i:nus.
ni'T ch:t vot'ii hooms in
Rooms nd Board
VV. C. Bcrgln, Prop.
, INGLENOOK WINES
Phone 2026. P. 0. Box 488
. A. fJUNST CO Anntr
, NEW DRUGSTORE!!
Well 6tocked with New Drugs and
SODA WATCH FOUNTAIN
HAWAII DRUG CO.
M2 Hotel St'ree't, at end 'of Bethel
THC CDEAT MNJAMIN COMPOUND
Headache, and Di.tra.t after Eating.
Sb1I PUt, Small Oom. Sm.ll Prk.
Genuine mnxUu Signature
von Hamm - Young
Pioneers and leaden in
tho Automobile Butineu
Agents for such well-known care
Mi Packard, Pope-Hartford, Btevens-
Durjea, Cadillac, Thomas Flyer,
Hulck, Overland, Haker Klectrle, and
Supplies & Repairing
..For th. BEST RENT CARS in the
city, ring up
OLDSMOBILE, No. 401
RENAULT, No. 404
LANDAULET, No. ,66
' C. H. BEHN '
BCHUMAN CARRIAGE CO.
Ue a PREST-O-LITE TANK on
your Automobile and save Generator
Acetylene Light and
Agency Co., Ltd.
COTTON CREPE SHIRTS, KIMON08
1248 FORT ST., ABOVE BERETANIA
DRY GOODS FOR ECONOMICAL
Yee Chan & Co.
FINE LINE OF DRY QOODS
WAII YING CHONG
King Street, Ewa Fishmarket
Wing Chong Co.
JUNU ST.. NEAS StlSKI
Dealers in Furniture, Kattrenei,
etc, etc. AU kindi.of KOA and Mil
8I0N FURNITUEE made to order.
And Cloth of Al Quality Ca Im
HO GANDLESS BLDO.
F. 0. Box 961 Telephone J731
IMPORTERS OF ORIENTAL GOODS
Wing Wo Tai & Co.
941 Nuuanu, near Kinit Street .
PHONE 1C20 '
Fine Line of
At the New Hardware Store
CITY HARDWARE CO.
King and Nuuanu Street -..
!?iij!." (..; ..'iii.'awi i
The Knllbl Ii.ivkctli.i1l1 leani. which
went to Maul on July 4 tu 1iiy several
games of basketball on tho Valley Is-
lan,. I. ...ie lo arrive nun.o .oinorru.v
The train eitiuo out even while on
:"?"!irir."l:W"ro, when called In special
luring the second. Tbo cliumplonshlp
game was not played for Kcverul ren-
m.1,1. ..no .e i.k nun mo n.i..Kus ."".g,,,,,. ,lowovcr, mm)0n8 to pos
" "f Ihclr best players, who Im.l snll-l ...rv mlnr ,, . . ro.
..1 for Honolulu, and therefore they ,,,u,lonUt8 woro ,,cfcfttC(, , Ul0 rc.
.11,1 not want to tako chances of losing. t cIccon fllpy ,mvo tnkcn
tho llnal Biunc. I themselves tho tas kof trying to find
The Knlll.l girls hnc been on tliono rcngon ,ho ccc,on wcnt ngnn8t
Island ecr since nnd lll rcncli hero ,,, TI0 prohiumonist gdoclnro
tomorrow morning. frauds wero perpetrated nnd nro Ink-
The girls have had an cnjoyulilo tlmo'nB avnntago of tho meeting of a
while nnuy, and .11.1 much exploring of frcndy nmjorty t0 Investigate, dc-
tuc iiigniiimis. iiicywiiiiinvoi.iuen.u g)t0 tn0 announcement by tho dov
tell their frlcnilb and stlioolmatcs when crIlor thnt n)1 cv,)cn(,0 of frnU( BUD.
they return. , Imltted would be promptly submitted
Ono of their most liiterwtlng wn1kH(to tho ,, nvcstgntcl. tho
was up to Ilolcnknla, wIicm they found 6tnt0 cvcn ,rng ,)rohbltlon nttor
innny Kpeelmens or the silver sword, ncys to prcsont (U0 cnses.
which grow only about llaleiiknlii. Tho lutctlgnUon Jfflde.
Bills turned out to the good mountalu s tho prohibitionists hold a uin
ellmhers. Joflty In the legislature, tho Bolons
Chinese Team Returnt. upon convening promptly took up tho
Along with the Kullhl team returns prohibition Investigation. This action
the All-C'lilncHo team from n micccks
fill lmKclnll trip. The bo, too, turn
til to mountaineer., whllo on Maul. Tho
team played Its last Bamo on Wednes
day und has spent tho remaining tlmo
After resting tip for tbo rest of this
.eck, tho Chinese will turn out Tues- subpona witnesses." When tho dny of
day for real hnrd work In prcpnrntlontho hearing arrived It wns found Aus
for tho gaino ngalnst the (.'nvulry on tin wns filled with prohibition wlt
September 4. Tho cavalrymen aro ncsscn, and one lonely antl. It de-
wurklug hnrd nnd are out to even up
IIiIiibs with tbo Chinese team, as the
I. ittrr won the last encounter.
NY-it wick tho full team will get
Into harness, nnd then tho boys will bo
ublo to get back to their teum work.
UHLAN MAKES MILE IN
Tho following article should bo In
teresting to those who aru lovers of
Cleveland, O., Aug. 8. Uhlan, tho
champion trotting gelding, owned by
C. K. 0. Hillings of New York, equalled
tho world's trotting record to wngon
Ul 11IU iui III ItUIIUUII lltltll IIVIU lUUUJ.
stepping tno miio in z:w) ma.
' Conditions that weic not exactly fa'
vorablo preventing his breaking tho
record established by Lou Dillon at
Memphis, Tcnn., on Oct. 28, 1903, when
she did tho milo In similar time. Tho
track wns not as fast as usual. A fit'
ful brcezo also tcndeicd to liurupcr
Mr. Hillings drove tho gelding. When
ho steered his chargo past tho three
quarter polo In 1:30 tho Immense
croud present felt suro that n record
would bo broken for Uhlan has always
iccn noted for his finishing strength.
However, ho fnltcred Bllghtly on tho
stretch and when tho judges, after
comparison of watches, dually an
nounced tho tlmo. It was found ho
had failed In his nttempt to lower tho
Tho quarter was timed nt 29U; tho
half at GDi ; nnd tho three-quarters at
1:30. Tho attempt was mado Immed
iately following tho conclusion of tho
Medical writers declare It 'Incurable
after tho sixth month whether ulbu
inennus or not.
Tho nverngo man prefers to think of
It ns "kidney trouble" and lets It go,
but tho census shows this appalling
fuct out ut 63,000 deaths from kidney
troubles tho last census your, over
nluo-tcntliH of them (GR.000) took tho
form culled "nrlsht's Disease," although
It Is ipilto probable that nine-tenths of
theso up to the last moment thought
of II as nnd called It "kidney trouble,"
when ns n matter of fact tho only pns
slblo hope laid through a specific for
Thero never was ono until Fulton
worked out his Itenul emollient (1'ul
ton's Itenul Compound),
Slnca then Inflammation of tho kid
neys, whether nlbumenous or not, or
whether culled "kidney trouble" or
Wright's Disease," or whether six
months or six years old, commonly
If you hnvo bad kidney trouble over
six months, no matter what you cull It,
It Is tho only hope. Klllclcucy 87
whero patients do not wnlt until bed
ridden, although some of them recover.
For sain by alt druggists,
Wo ileslra to bear from and ndvlso
with patients not noting tbo us.ml im
provement by tho third bottlo. Liter
ature mailed free. Wrlto John J, Ful
ton Co,, 015 Duttery Bt Ban Francisco,
.FANDQM AT RANDOM
On August 14, Maurlco I. McLnugli-
lln of California won Iho Now York
state tennis championship by defeat
ing T. It. roll, the national Indoor
champion 0-1, C-8, 0-2 and 8-0. It was
tight match right through.
Down nt Athletic park last evening
Jimmy Fitzgerald ran threo miles In
good stylo. Ho has Just got down to
regular training. Ho claims it was
uot uecobsary for Mm to start curlier,
(BikcIuI llultotln Correspondence.)
H0U8T0N, Texas, August 11. Tho
Texas legislature, now In special ses
sion to discuss State financial matters,
according to the wording of tho oltl
clnl call, Is having n hazardous tlmo
trying to Investigate tho recent pro
,,,, o , a ,nak R ,, tkcn
.,.,.. , , ,, . ... ,.,
session, may tako up only matters
moBllnH , ... m.,, onll
raised n ilno point of law, nnd tho
very men who innko the law for oth
ers to keep nro found breaking nnd
tearing down a statuto of their own
For tho investigation n Senate com
.lnltteo was appointed, "with power to
vclopcd tho nntls wero contesting tho
legality of tho Legislature to tako tip
Ilxtruordlnury Interest has been
manifested In tho recently-signed An
glo-JupiutCHo treaty, tho brief news of
which was received In Honolulu by cu
blcBram nnd published In tho Hullc
1 1 u. Later news shows that tlio
treaty Is ono of tho broadest ever
drawn between two world powers.
It Is to run tor ten years.
Tho declared objects remain as set
forth In tho previous treuty. They In
clude tho consolidation and mainte
nance of general Vcaco In tho regions
of li.stcrn Asia und India, tho preser
vation of tho common interests of nil
the powers In China, and the mainte
nance of the territorial rights of tho
contracting parties In the regions of
Iastcru Asia nnd India nnd tho (le
tenso of their special Interests In those
Tho only material difference between
tho old und tho new treaty Is embodied
In article 4 of tho new, which rends:
"Should cither IiIbIi contracting party'
concludo u treaty of general arbitra
tion with a third power It Is agreed
that nothing In this agreement shall
entail upon such contracting party nn
obligation to go to war with tho power
with whom such treaty of nrbltratlon
Is In force."
Articles HI., IV. nnd VI. of tho treaty
of 1905 nro omitted In tho revised ver
sion. Article III. stipulated that "Ju
lian, possessing pnrqmount political,
military and economic Interests In Ko
rea, Great Britain recognizes japan n
rlfiht lo tako such measures for tho
guidance, control and protection of Ko
rea ns sho mny deem proper and nec
essary to safeguard and advance those
Interests, providing tbo measures so
taken nro not contrary to tho prlnclplo
of equal opportunities for tho com
niereo und Industry of all nations."
Artlclo IV. related to tho recognition
Ly Japan of Orent Ilrltaln's rights to
safeguard her Indian possessions.
Artlclo VI. specially referred to tho
war between Japan and Ilusslu und
Orent Ilrltaln's neutrality.
Tho omission of tho articles refen Ing
to Korea and tho Munchurlun war,
which no longer possessed any signifi
cance, was u forcgono conclusion, An-
glo-lliisHlnn rclutlons being now qulto
friendly there. Similarly, thero was
no n. eil for tho artlclo referring to tho
Indian frontier, tho Insertion of which
In the original treaty envo great um
brage to military circles In India.
Ily mi exchungo of notes Knglnndnnd
Japan huvo prolonged for two years
artlclo V. of tho Anglo-Japaneso com
mercial treaty so far as It concerns
Tho lovlslon of tho treaty Is known
to hnvo been largely tho result of tho
discussion of foreign urralrs at tho Im
perial Conference, and wus rcsponslvo
to tho wishes of tho colonies, particu
larly Australia, That It was consum
mated so soon was a surprise to tho
diplomats. Tho extension of Iho tlmo
of tho alliance Is another surprise.
Tho now treaty Is regarded ns likely
to facllltato tho extension of tho arbi
tration movement to other countries.
Artlclo II, of tho Anglo-Jnpanesa
treaty of 1905, now iiinlllled, read:
"If, by reason of unprovoked nttnek
or OBgrcsslvo action, wherever arising,
on tho part of any other power or
powers, either contracting party should
bu lmulvcd In wur In defenso of Us
matters not In tho call; nlso question'
Ing tho legality of tho Legislature In
vestigating n matter for which courts
wero created. Ah tho Texas Govern
ment Is divided Into threo branches
administrative. Judicial nnd Iccislatlvo
ono branch cannot Interfere with
tho operation of unothcr.
This fact developed when the hear
ing wns opened. Whon tho lono antl
witness wns placed on th cstnnd ho
answered but two questions his
name and residence. When asked It
Iho were connected with tho antl or
ganization ho refused to answer on
tho ground that tho Legislature has
no authority to enter upon lis nt
tempted Investigation. Ho was ex
Only One Itctiirn.
Subpcnns wero the nscnt out to
other mitts. Tho process server wns
tho only Individual to return. Ills
report Is contained In tho following
j tir. Bergcnnt-at-Arms, huvo you
seen Mr. Smith?" '
"W'hnt did ho say?"
".Mr. Smith said to glvo tho Scnnto
Investigation commlltco his best rc
gnrds and sny that ho would not ap
pear before It."
"Did you sco' Mr. Jones?"
"Mr. Jones snld ho would not tip
penr unless attached."
"Did you sco Representative Doe?"
"Mr. Doo sent tho commlttco his
best regards nnd did not think ho
"Did you sco 'Mr. Brown?"
"Yes, sir; Mr. Drown asked that IiIb
compliments bo extended the commit'
tco nnd thnt ho Is Indlsposod."
Answers In this voln followed
throughout tho list of nntl witnesses;
then tho prohibition list was taken
up. Tho plethora of talent that fol
lowed Bwnmpcd tho committee.
territorial rlf-litu nr snprlnl Intrrotts
mentioned In tho prcnmblo of this
KBrccinent, the other contracting party
will ut onco como to the assistance of
Us ally and will conduct tho war In
common and mako pcaco in mutual
agreement with It,"
Thus In tho event of war between
America nnd JaHtn, Orent Britain
would hnve been obliged to turn her
arms ugalnst America. To make Im
possible such u contingency a revision
of the treaty was urged In high places
and n despatch from Toklo on Juno
II stated that Japan, being convinced
Hint u war with America wns beyond
belief, readily i.grccd to tho 'qualifica
tion which Is now embodied lit tho new
Drven nt a fast rate of speed nnd
practically skipping er tho surface
of tho water, a new and strange craft
is predicted will soon mnke Its an-
pcaranco In Philippine waters and will
bo the first vessel of Its kind to oper
ate In tho East. Tho ncroplano boat
which Is now ubout rendy for ser
vice will bo used by Insular Secretary
of tho Interior Worcester In making
excursions Into tho many Inland wat
Tho hull which will ho used In
these experiments is thnt of a launch
the property of Mr. WorcoBter, Tho
engine und 'propeller have been loaned
by Mr. Kdward I). Rchtmmlng, of tho
Manila trade school. Tho propellor
Is designed to ho usc( In the air, and
Is of iho two-blndo vnrloty, and six
feet long, Identical with tho propeller
or nn ncroplano.
Tho fifty horso power engine which
It is planned to iisq on tho bout is
capalilo uf driving an Overland auto-
iiinblln ut a speod of CO miles nn hour,
anil with such nowcr It Is .confidently
expected tlfut tho six-foot nlr propel
lers, when attached to this engine,
will drive tho launch at a fast rato of
Tho primary purpose In tho con
stiuctlon of such a craft Is that Sec
retary Worcester desires to discover
some belter means of nnxlgutliig Iho
phnllow rivers of tho northern provin
ces. Py means of Iho use of nn nlr
propeller, tho draft of a boat will bo
greatly lessened, us a "water propeller
of 12 Inches In length requires nny
whero from 20 to 24 Inches of water
to opernto In. Thus It will bo easily
seen what n great advnntugo will bo
derived from tho uso of this air pro
pellor, which, by tho way, Is Just be
ing Introduced In tho United States
In tho United Stnles they hnvo gono
a step fiuthor nnd placed an air piano
abovo tho boat which has a tendency
In ralso Iho "cm tiro vessel out of tho
water when In motion, with tho ex
ception of a small part of tho storm
A speed of 00 miles per hour was re
cently mndo on tho Detroit rlvor In a
boat of this description,
Mrs. W. H. JoncB, a daughter of
Mrs. Eniraa Nakulna and sister of
Hon. Fred Ilcckley, Interpreter of tile
circuit court, died early yesterday
mot nine, pneiimonln being the cause,
Mrs, Jones camo over from Kanialo,
Mnlnlflll tn nttl.Mil ,1A tiinA-nl n, lib.
I "- " - " lll ' "(
i stopfalhcr, M. K. Nakulna, and caught
n uum. Dun was uuriea yesteraay
afternoon. .J ...IjxIU
Thi.ll'? were conncctcil with tho antl or- cx . lor . ' ... .. t . . . BOH-Aug. SB, 20. 28. f
a.Udk&eWrft; awftit i .-uzidt. .blkiiuLA&Jk-l , f p... lfffi,
ORDINANCE NO. 20.
pitoviDiNo ren thi: piiothction
OF CHttTAIN FOOD AND FOOD-
STUFFS l'ltOM DUST, DIItT,
CONTACT OP. AND CONTAMI
NATION 11Y I'MKS AND OTHCn
INBHCTS. AND 1'IIOM l'ltOMIH
CUOUK HANDLING, AND OTHUll
UK IT OltDAINHD HY THIS 1'KOl'LK
OF TllK CITY AND COUNTY OF
SUCTION 1. It shall bo unlawful to
expose for sale, or to sell from any
stock-in-trade, within tho City and
County of Honolulu, Territory of Ha
waii, uny rood or foodsturfs, for human
consumption, of tho names and de
scriptions hereinafter mentioned, un
less sucli food or foodstuffs shall bo
protected from dust, dirt and from con
tact of and contamination by flies and
other Insects 'and from promiscuous
handling and other contamination, in
tho manner or manners herein pre
SUCTION 2. Tho food or foodstuffs
which shall be protected as herein
prescribed shall cnmprlso tho following
generally und spcclflclally named and
described nrtlcles, to-wlt:
(a) All dried fruits nnd vege
tables, ull fruits and vegetables which
hio not sold whole, und nil com
pounds, essences, extracts and sub
stances derived In part or In wholo
from fruits, vegetables, nuts nnd
roots, or from ono or more of such
ll a., or ino iru.u, vvkvihuh-h
and products of land or sea called
and known by tho names and de
scriptions here following, viz.: Ap
ples, apricots, berries of all kinds,
celery, cherries, dates, lies, grapes.
mangoes, ohla (mountain npplc),
peaches, pears, plums, tomatoes, und
other plants sold for food which do
not have their surfaces removed bo
HlCTION 3. AU such food or food'
stuffs'shnll bo protected from dust, dirt
nnd contact of, and contamination by
flics nnd other Insects nnd from pro
mlscuous handling und other contaml
nation, by means of n glnss covering
or by wlro net screens of a mesh not
less thnn fourteen wires Jo tho Inch, ns
may be sulllclent to 'Insure bucIi pro
Any such wlro net screen mny ho of
any 'form sultnblo for Its purpose, but
it shall bo 'fastened to a rigid frame
work and when In plaeo must leave at
leant three (3) Inches of clear space
between the not or Its framework, nt
any part, und "tho exposed surface or
surfaces of the food or foodstuffs which
It protects. All 'such ghiSs coverings
und wlro net screens must lo so con
structed and placed ns to properly and
sufficiently 'protect all food or food
stuffs herein mentioned from dust nnd
dirt contact of und contamination by
tiles and other Insects lind from pro
mlscuous handling and other contam
ination; nnd shall always bo subject
to tho Inspection of tho City and Coun
ty Physician and of any duly author
ized food or sanitary Inspector, or po
llco otllcer of tho City und County of
SUCTION 4. This Ordinance shall
not apply to food or toodstuffs krpt or
exposed for sule In unbroken original
packages unless tho surfaces of their
contents, when of tho descriptions
hereinbefore specllled, nro exposed to
thp outer ujr; nor to any urticlcs of
food kept In covered or seulcd con
tujncrs, whether to bo sold In such con
talners or not, providing said nrtlcles
aro ftner exposed to tho outer nlr ex
cepting while being bundled in uuo
course of business; nor to any food or
foodstuffs kept In refrlgcrutors, meat
sufes, or compartments protecting tho
same from dust und dirt, contact of
any contamination by tiles and other
Insects and from promiscuous handling
and other contamination.
SUCTION C. No food or foodstuffs
hereinbefore mentioned, shall bo ex
posed for sale or displayed unless tho
bottom of tho box or other receptacle,
containing' such article, Is raised at
least two (2) feet abovo level of the
floor or sidewalk.
SUCTION 0. No person afflicted
with uny Infectious or contagious dis
ease shall engage, or bo employed. In
exposing for sulo or selling any of tho
food or foodstuffs hereinbefore men
tioned, when such engagement requites
or permits the handling of tho same
SUCTION 7. Tho provisions of this
Ordinance shall apply to ull murkets,
market stlls, stores, stands, cafes, res
taurant, and other places, whether li
censed or unlicensed, at which food,
foodstuffs, confections or provisions for
human consumption nro kept for sale,
and to nil licensed or unlicensed vehi
cles from which any food, foodstuffs,
artlclo of diet or confection is sold or
offered for side.
SUCTION 8. It shall bo tho duty of
the City und County Physician, tho food
nnd sanitary Inspectors and tho poll
olllrers of tho City und County of Ho
nolulu to enforce the provisions of this
Ordinance, und for such purposo nil of
tho said blllclnls nnd officers shall, at
all rcaxonnblo hours, have access to nny
market, market stall, store, stand, cafe,
restaurant, or other place herein men
tioned, for tho purpose of Inspection,
SUCTION !. Any person who shall
molest, hinder or In uny manner pre
vent uny Inspector or other officer from
performing any duty Imposed upon
him by tho provisions of this Ordi
nal. I. ce, and nny person who shall lo
Into any of tbo provisions of this Ordi
nance, shall be deemed guilty of a
mlsik'ineuiinr, und upon conviction
theieof shall bo punished by n lino
not exceeding One Hundred Dollars
(dOO.OO) or by Imprisonment for i.
term not exceeding ninety days, or by
both sucli lino and Imprisonment,
SUCTION 10. This Ordinance shall
tako effect thirty days from und ufler
tho date of Its approval.
WM. It. McCI.HM.AN.
Dated this 4tlrday of August, A. D.
I , JUM'sSI
Approved this 24lh day of August,
A. D. 1911.
JOBHPH J. rUUN,
BOH Aug. 25, 20, 28.
ROSA & CO.
Bottled In Bond
JULES PERCHARDS A FIL3'
CALIFORNIA SPARKLING WINCS
We Deliver to Any Part of tha City
ROSA & CO.,
Alake and Queen Itreeta
rOl IAI1 AT ALL IA1I
I acific v3
JCTKO AND NUUANU STREET
Xfi!U..JUid .thej're .til tooiJtl
lowi her. - ,' V' -" -
"It's the Fashion"
Hotel nr Fort D. R. Dariei. jroj.
.. ...- , ,
will always choose varnlshea
made by 8TANDARD VARNISH
A perfect finish for floors, cab
Lewers & Cooke,
177 8. KING STREET
Horses, Mules and
The BICYCLE DEALER and RE
PAIRER, has moved to
180 KjINQ USUI
New location Red front, near
Young Building. Telephone 8518.
Pau Ka Hana
MOVE8 THE EARTH