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The Pacific commercial advertiser. [volume] (Honolulu, Hawaiian Islands) 1885-1921, April 26, 1898, Image 2

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THE PACIFIC COMMERCIAL ADVERTISEK : HONOLULU, APRIL 26, 1S0S.
The A. J. FULLER
Has arrived from New York, and on her we have a very gen
eral assortment of merchandise, such as Nails (Cut, Wire, Plain and
Galvanized), Ship and Cut Spikes, Oakum, Pitch, Cotton Waste,
Galvanized and Black Iron Water Pipe, Cylinder, Engine and Car
box Oils, Lane's Hoes and Handles, Long Card Matches, Spokes,
Hubbs, Rims, Blacksmiths Coal, and a large lot of Bar Iron.
These are but a few of the many items that we have on this ves
sel. What you wish and do not see above mentioned just ask for.
Wa have about everything that a Hardware store should have.
E. O. HALL & SON, Ld.
Corner Fort & King Sts.
ft tt i ft
fife 1 Li
Handsome
Carriage?
Are right because they are
bought right, of well known
and old established factories,
which are just as anxious as you that they give satisfac
tion. All Goods bought direct of factory. No Middle
man's profit.
Turn Under Delivery Wagons.
Just the thing for Honolulu's narrow streets.
Handsome Double and Single Surrey Harness.
SCHUroi AIM'S
CARRIAGE and HARNESS HOUSE,
FORT ST., above Club Stables.
TEL. 205.
Hamakua Plantation,
Paauilo, Hawaii, H. I.
Mr. J. G. Spencer,
Pacific Hardware Co.,
Honolulu.
Dear Sir: The Secretary Disc Plow I pur
chased from you is .giving us satisfaction. We
are using it to plow under a crop of lupins. They
are three feet high and very thick. Your plow
turns them completely under, at the same time
plowing the land fourteen inches deep.
I feel satisfied that with this plow the draft
for the same quantity and depth of work is as
6 to 8. That is, with the old plow, to do the same
work, it takes 8 good mules; with your plow it
takes only 6, and they are less tired at night.
Please send me another plow by first schooner
leaving for this.
You are at liberty to use this in any way you
may see fit. Yours truly,
A. LIDGATE.
ROBERT CATTON.
212 Quoen Street, Honolulu.
AGENT FOR
THE MIRRLEES, WATSON & YARYAN CO., Ld.
Sugar Machinery
WATSON, LAIDLAW & CO
Centrifugals and Cream Separators.
JOHN FOWLER & CO. (Leeds), Ld
Steam Ploughs and Portable Railway.
THE RISDON IRON WORKS General Engineerings
MARCUS MASON & CO., Coffee and Rice Machinery.
J. HARRISON CARTER. Disintegrators.
CATTON, WEILL
Founders and
C5.
Machinists
213 Queen St., bet. Alakea and Richards Sts., Honolulu.
Invito Enquiries for General Ironwork; Iron and Brass Cast
ings. Ships' Blacksmiths. Cemetery Railings and
Crestings Made to Order: Samples on Hand.
REPAIRS PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO.
TEL. 410.
lead the Hawaiian Ga
Z6Ti6
BY AUTHORITY.
ACT 16.
An Act 1Ji:i.atix; to tiii: Grade or Stkekts in Honolulu
AND HlLO, AND TO A MEND SECTION V2 OF CHAPTER 47 OF
the Session Laws of 1S02, Entitled "An Act Defining
Highways and Defining and Establishing Certain
Rights and Duties in Connection Therewith," Ap
proved October Ioth, A. I). 18J)2.
Be it enacted htf the Legislature of the Republic of Hawaii:
Section 1. Section 12 of Chapter 47 of the Session Laws
of 1892 entitled, "An Act delininj Highways and denning and
establishing' certain rights and duties in connection there
with," approved October loth, 1802, is hereby amended to
read as follows:
"Section 1L After the establishment of the grades of
streets in Honolulu and Ililo, as by law prescribed, the said
Minister may require the owners of the land adjoining any
street, the grade of which has been established, to construct
sidewalks in accordance with the grade of the street and to
comply with the regulations regarding the maferial and con
struction of such sidewalks."
Approved this 22nd day of April, A. D. 1808.
SANFORD I. DOLE.
President of the liepublic of Hawaii.
ACT 17.
An Act Making Special Appropriations for the Immediate
Use of the Government.
Be it enacted by the Legislature of the Republic of Hawaii:
Section 1. The following sums amounting to Thirty-two
Thousand Six Hundred ($:J2,G()0.00) Dollars are hereby appro
priated to be paid out of any and all moneys in the Treasury,
received from all the current receipts of the general revenue
of the Republic of Hawaii.
INTERIOR DEPARTMENT.
Roads and Bridges, Oahu 1S,300 00
Roads and Bridges, Kauai 0,200 00
Roads and Bridges, liana, Maui 1,000 00
Roads and Bridges, Hamakua 1,000 00
Roads and Bridges, Ililo 2,100 00
Roads and Bridges, Keanae, Maui 1,000 00
"'32,000 00
Section 2. The Minister of Finance shall not cause or al
low to be paid from the Treasury any money for the objects
named in this Act, except as herein provided, and the un
authorized exx)enditures of any money from the Treasury to
be thereafter accounted for to the Legislature by Indemnity
Bill, is liereby expressly prohibited.
Section 3. All and every contract for constructing or re
pairing public works amounting to Five Hundred (500.00)
Dollars, and for furnishing material, provisions, and other
supplies, sliall be awarded only upon public advertisement for
tenders; and no public work, material or supplies, shall be
divided or parceled out for the purpose of evading the provis
ions of this Section.
Section 4. In the construction of all new roads or bridges
"and in the expenditure of all specific appropriations for re
pairing roads and bridges it shall first be necessary that the
Road Boards of the several districts in which, such new work
is contemplated shall approve of the same, and all such, work
shall be under the supervision of the Road Board of the dis
trict in which such new work is being carried on, and the final
acceptance of all such work by the Minister of the Interior
shall be on the certificate from such Road Board that the same
has been done in a good and workmanlike manner and as
provided by the contract and specifications.
Section 5. This Act shall take effect and become law from
the date of its publication.
Approved this 22nd day of April, A. D. 1S9S.
SANFORD B. DOLE,
President of the Republic of Hawaii.
ACT. 18
An Act to Amend Section 1140 of the Civil Code Relating
to the Submission of Differences to the Supreme
Court without Action.
Be it enacted by the Legislature of the Republic of Hawaii:
Section 1. Section 1140 of the Civil Code is hereby amend
ed to read as follows:
"Section 1140. Parties to a question in difference which
might be the subject of a civil action in the Circuit Court or
Supreme Court may, without action, agree upon a case con
taining the facts upon which a controversy depends and pre
sent a submission of the .same to the Justices of the Supreme
Court either in term time or in vacation; but it must appear
by affidavit that the controversy is -real and the proceedings
in good faith to determine the rights of parties. Provided,
however, that the Justices of the Supreme Court may in their
discretion require the case to be first submitted to a Circuit
Judge at Chambers, subject to appeal."
Approved this 22nd dav of April, A. D. 1808.
SANFORD B. DOLE,
President of the Republic of Hawaii.
ACT 19.
n Act Relating to the Limitation of Time within which
Actions may be Brought to Recover Possession of
Land; and Amending Sections 1, 2, 4 and 5, and Repeal
ing Section S of Chapter XXII. of the Session Laws of
1870, Relative thereto.
Be it enacted by the Legislature of the Republic of Hawaii:
Section 1. Section 1 of Chapter XXII. of the Session Laws
of 1870 is hereby amended so as to read as follows:
"Section 1. Xo"person H commence an action to recmer
possession of anv lands, or make any entry thereon, unless
within ten years after the right to bring such action first ac-
crucd "
Section 2. Section 2 of said Chapter is hereby amended
so as to read as follows:
'Section 2. If such right first accrued to any ancestor or
predecessor of the person bringing such action, or making such
entry, or to any persons from, by or under whom he claims,
the said ten years shall be computed from the time when the
right first accrued to such ancestor, predecessor or other per-sons."
Section ?. Section 4 of said Chapter is hereby amended
so as to read as follows: ,
"Section 4. If, when such right of entry or of action shall
first accrue as aforesaid, the person entitled to such entry or
action shall be within the age of twenty years, or insane, or
imprisoned, such person, or anyone claiming from, by or tinder
him, may take the entry or bring the action at any time within
five years after such disability shall In? removed, notwithstand
ing the ten years before limited in that behalf, shall have ex
pired." Section 4. Section . of said Chapter is hereby amended
so as to read as follows:
''Section 5. If the person first entitled to make such entry or
bring such action shall die during the continuance of any of
the disabilities mentioned in the preceding Section, and no
determination or judgment shall have been had of or upon the
title, right or action which accrued to him, the entry may be
made, or the action brought by his heirs, or any other person
claiming from, by or under him at any time within live years
after his death, notwithstanding the said ten years shall have
expired."
Section 5. Section 8 of said Chapter is hereby repealed.
Section ;. This Act shall take effect from and after the
first day of January, A. I). 1800: Provided that action may be
commenced upon any such right then existing, and which
would otherwise be barred by the provisions of this Act,
within one year from said date and the same may be carried
to final determination under the provisions of Chapter X-XII.
of the Session Laws of 1870 as heretofore existing;. provided
also that nothing herein shall be construed to extend the time
within which any such action may le brought under said pro
visions. Approved this 22nd dav of April, A. D. 1808.
SANFORD B. DOLE,
President of the Republic of Hawaii.
A Jury
of
adies
B
A jury of ladies sitting in judgment upon those new gloves
we have just received would be most apt to render the following
verdict: "Guilty of being just too sweet for anything." That
would be rather a "gushy" way of putting it, but it would be
none the less accurate. Call in and inspect them. We have
them in TANS and MODES, PLAIN WHITE and WHITE
WITH BLACK STITCHING.
We really believe that we have the most complete line of
Lace Insertions
(20 Inches Wide)
And range in price from $i to 40 cents per yard. ;
We also have some especially notable offerings in
Fancy Tucking.
,
, F. EHLERS & CO.
Fort Street.
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Associate Press Dispatch S. F. Chronicle. 5?
X A LARGE INCREASE OP BUSINESS.
NEW YORK, April 5. The sales of the Remington
Standard Typewriter, the world over, for March this
year, largely exceeded any previous month in its his
tory. Typewriter sales are a. good barometer of general
industrial conditions.
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H. HACKFELD & CO., Ltd,, Sole Agents,
We Repair Broken
Cameras
No matter whether
the trouble's due to
a " won't work" shutter or a
broken lens or, in fact, if
there's anything wrong with
it we'll fix it up in a way
to suit and at a price that'll
satisfy you.
BI ART
iOijri FORT ST.
"TewelerT
There Are Just
Two Kinds of Photos
Good photos, and others. We make
just one kind here good ones. And
our photos are good in every way.
Gome to us expecting better photos
than you've ever had made before.
We won't disappoint you.
Quaker Bread.
Made by Particular People
For Particular People.
The GERMAN BAKERY
833 FORT ST.
TELEPHONE 077.
ik i m
o.
Fort Street.
me only progressive Bakery in Honolulu.
REMOVAL NOTICE.
JOSE de ESPIRIT0 SANTOS
Manufacture? of
GUITARS, UKULELES, AND TARO-
PATCH FIDDLES.
Has removed to
King St., near Punchbowl St.

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