Bilingual law announcements in English-language newspapers, 1902.

BY AUTHORITY.

REGULATIONS
FOR
HACK AND FOR PASSENGER VEHICLES
AND
RATES OF FARE.

By virtue of the authority in me vested and under the provisions of Section 794 of Chapter 55, of the Penal Laws of 1897, I, James H. Boyd, Superintendent of Public Works of the Territory of Hawaii, do make and declare the following Rules and Regulations to be observed by Licensed Carriers of Passenger Vehicles, in the District of Honolulu:

1st. Every licensed carriage, dray or vehicle must be numbered, and this number must be placed on a conspicuous part of the carriage, dray or vehicle.

2d. Every licensed carriage running at night must exhibit two lights, and the number of such carriage plainly shown on the glass of each lantern, in black figures, not less than one and one-half (1½) inches in height.

3d. Drivers of licensed vehicles must obey the orders of the Police.

4th. On all stands set apart for licensed carriages the horses must be headed parallel to the street, and close to the sidewalk.

5th. No horse harnessed to a licensed vehicle must be left on any stand unless properly secured by a hitching rope to an iron hitching weight.

6th. No licensed carriage will be allowed to be left on the street over night.

STANDS SET APART FOR LICENSED CARRIAGES.

No. 1. Makai side of Beretania street, east side of Maunakea street.

No. 2. Makai side of Beretania street, from west corner of Nuuanu street.

No. 3. Makai side of Beretania street, east of Nuuanu street.

No. 4. Makai side of Kukui street, east of Nuuanu street.

No. 5. East side of Emma street, mauka of Beretania street.

No. 6. Makai side of King street, east corner of Maunakea street.

No. 7. Makai side of King street, east from E. O. Hall & Son’s store.

No. 8. Makai side of King street, east corner of Richards street.

No. 9. Makai side of King street, west of Liliha street.

No. 10. Makai side of King street, west from Punchbowl street.

No. 11. Mauka side of Merchant street, east corner of Fort street.

No. 12. Mauka side of Halekauila street, from east corner of Fort street.

No. 13. Mauka side of Allen street, opposite Oceanic dock and warehouse.

No. 14. Makai side of King street, from rear end of building at corner of Nuuanu street, and extending toward Maunakea street.

No. 15. Waikiki side of Smith street, mauka of King street.

No. 16. On the east side of Bethel street, mauka of King street.

No. 17. Makai side of Hotel street, between Konia and Maunakea streets.

No. 18. Ewa side of Maunakea street, between Pauahi and Hotel streets.

No. 19. Waikiki side of Maunakea street, between Hotel and King streets.

No. 20. East side of Kekaulike street, mauka of King street.

No. 21. Mauka side of Halekauila street, between Alakea and Richards street.

No. 22. West side of Richards street, between Halekauila and Allen streets.

No. 23. Makai side of Beretania street, from corner of King and Beretania streets towards Kamakela.

8th. No more than ten carriages will be allowed at any one stand at any one time, with the exception of Stand No. 14, which is only allowed four carriages during office hours.

9th. Licensed carriages standing in front of the Hawaiian Opera House shall align on the mauka side of King street.

10th. Licensed carriages standing upon the Esplanade, near the Mail steamer dock, shall align upon the mauka side of the street to the corner of Kilauea street, and mauka along the east side of Kilauea street.

11th. Licensed carriages at the Court House building shall enter on the eastern side of the drive, and align on the outer side of the circle awaiting their fare.

12th. Licensed carriages in waiting at the Honolulu depot of the Oahu Railway, shall align along the Ewa side of the southerly grass plat. from King street to the makai sidewalk, thence along the sidewalk to the corner of the station building.

Also along the makai side of the central grass plat. facing Ewa.

Also along the northwesterly grass plat. from King street, facing makai.

RATES OF FARE.

13th. To and from any point in or between Beretania street and the harbor, and between Maunakea and Punchbowl streets, for either one or two passengers 25 cents.

For each additional passenger, 10 cents.

14th. To and from any point between Bates street on Nuuanu avenue, along Kuakini street, from Punchbowl street to Liliha street, along Liliha street to the waterfront on the west, and on the east from Kuakini street down Punchbowl street to O-Luso street and Kinau street; Kinau street to Victoria Street; Victoria street to Waterfront. Not exceeding one mile from the starting point, for each passenger 25 cents.

15th. To and from any point from the residence of Mr. Wm. Mutch, on Kalihi road, down Kalihi road across King street, and down Kalihi street through the land of Mokauea, to the sea. Mauka, or north side, in a straight line from the residence of Mr. Wm. .Mutch on Kalihi road to the corner of Liliha and Wyllie streets, along Wyllie street to Nuuanu street, thence in a straight line to Nuuanu stream, and down Nuuanu stream to the Pacific Heights electric road bridge, thence in a direct line to the present Pauoa Church, thence in a southerly direction to the upper Punchbowl road, thence along the base of Punchbowl Hill to Alapai street, across Alapai street to Prospect street, along Prospect street to Magazine street, down Magazine street to Thurston avenue, thence along Wilder avenue to Punahou street, down Punahou street in a direct line to the sea. Not exceeding two miles from the starting point, for each person 50 cents.

l6th. To and from any point between street and Kamoiliili Church to Waikiki bridge, on the east, and mauka along Wilder avenue to Metcalf street, in a direct line to Kamoiliili Church. On the west to the Kamehameha fork road on King street; mauka along Nuuanu street to the premises of the Hawaiian Clay Company, and across Wilder street, including the Puunui tract, not to exceed three miles, one dollar for each passenger.

Where not otherwise provided, to or from any point within the radius of one mile, 25 cents.

17th. Children, three years old or under, no charge; over three years old, and not more than ten years old, half price.

18th. For each vehicle attending a funeral, three dollars.

19th. When called by the telephone, the engagement commences with the receipt of the message. Service in answer to call by telephone may be charged one half fare for the trip to any point beyond the 50 cent limit, in addition to the regular charge for subsequent services.

20th. No extra charge shall be made to any passenger for ordinary hand baggage.

21st. For any other than ordinary hand baggage, each trunk or box 25 cents.

22d. Every licensed driver shall have a silver or white metal badge with his number plainly shown on it, as per sample at the Police Station House: said badge to be worn so as to be distinctly seen upon the cap of each driver. (To insure uniformity these badges will be furnished at the Station House at cost price.)

23d. Every licensed driver of an automobile shall have a silver metal cap badge, with his number plainly shown on it, as per sample at the Police Station House; said badge to be worn so as to be distinctly seen on the front of the cap of each driver. (To insure uniformity these badges will be furnished at the Station House at cost price.)

WHEN ORDERED SPECIALLY FOR KAPIOLANI PARK:

One or two passengers, each way $1.50

Three passengers, each way 2.00

WHEN SPECIALLY ORDERED FOR THE PALI:

One passenger, each way $3.00

Two passengers, each way 4.00

Three passengers, each way 5.00

WHEN SPECIALLY ORDERED FOR THE PUNCHBOWL DRIVE:

One passenger, each way $1.00

Two passengers, each way 1.50

Three passengers, each way 2.00

SHOPPING OR MAKING CALLS WHEN AT LEAST ONE-HALF OF THE TIME IS TAKEN UP IN DETENTIONS:

One passenger, per hour $1.00

Two passengers, per hour 1.50

Three passengers, per hour 2.00

Four passengers, per hour 2.50

For additional hour 50 cents for each passenger, when more than one.

CONTINUOUS DRIVING BY THE HOUR:

One passenger, per hour $1.50

Two passenger, per hour 2.00

Three passengers, per hour 2.50

Four passengers, per hour 3.00

Licensed drivers ordered to return for passengers left at any given point beyond the 50 cent limit, may charge a one-half fare for returning, in addition to the regular charges for subsequent services.

25th. Between the hours of eleven (11) o’clock p. m. and five (5) o’clock a. m., the above rates of fare may be doubled.

26th. Every hack-driver, before being licensed as such, must prove to the satisfaction of the competent authorities that he is sufficiently conversant with the English language for the conduct of his business, and well acquainted with streets and localities in and around Honolulu.

27th. Any licensed driver who, when in charge of a licensed carriage, dray or vehicle, shall be intoxicated, or who shall use insulting or abusive language, who shall demand more than the authorized fare, who shall neglect, upon demand, to show a card of rates of fare, or who, not being engaged, shall refuse a fare or who shall contravene any of the within rules, shall, upon complaint to any of the police, be arrested and upon conviction, be liable to the penalty set forth in Section 795, Chapter 55, of the Penal Laws of 1897.

28th. Every licensed carriage, dray or vehicle must observe the “Rules of the Road” by keeping on the right or the middle of the travelled part of any bridge, road or other highway, and the driver of any such carriage, dray or vehicle violating this rule, shall be liable to arrest by any police officer, and upon conviction be liable to the penalty provided for in Section 795 of Chapter 55 of the Penal Laws of 1897.

29th. There shall be at all limes a Card of Rates placed in a leather pocket firmly attached to the center or the back of the front seat of every licensed vehicle, and the words “Rates of Fare” impressed on the front of said leather pocket in letters not less than one-half inch in size.

30th. No licensed driver shall leave his vehicle at any public or private ball or entertainment, place of amusement, of public assemblage or liquor saloon.

31st. No licensed vehicle will be permitted to stand on any steamer wharf on the day of arrival or departure of steamers.

32d. Any licensed vehicle, horse or harness found in service at any time in an unsuitable or unsafe condition for performing the duties of common carriers, will render the owner or driver, or both, liable to arrest and prosecution.

These rules shall have full force and effect on and after February 1st. 1902, and all former

rules and regulations for the government of licensed vehicles conflicting herewith are abolished.

JAS. H. BOYD,

Superintendent of Public Works.

Public Works Department. Jan. 23, 1902.

 

NA RULA

NO NA
KAA LAWE OHUA
ME NA
UKU HOOLIMALIMA

Malalo o ka mana i haawiia ia’u a malalo hoi o na hoakaka ana a ka Pauku 794, o ka Mokuna 55, o na Kanawai, Kalaima o 187, owau James H. Boyd, Luna Nui o na Hana Aupuni o ke Teritori o Hawaii, he hana a ke hoike akea ae nei i keia mau Rula ame na Hooponopono ana malalo iho e hoomaopopoia e ka poe no lakou na Kaa i Laikiniia no ka lawe ana i na Ohua ma na Kaa ano Kaa Lawe Ohua e ae, maloko o ka Apana o Honolulu.

1. O na kaa a pau i laikiniia, e laa ke kaalio holo lealea, kaa kikane, a kaa lawe ukana e ae, e hana ia me na helu, a e kau ia kela helu ma kahi kaawale o ke kaalio holo lealea a me ke kaa kikane a kaa lawe ukana e ae.

2. O na kaalio holo lealea a pau i laikiniia, e holo ana i ka po, e kau ia me na ipukukui elua, a e ike pono ia na helu ma ke aniani o na ipukukui me na huahelu i pena eleeleia, aole e emi iho ka nui malalo o 1½ iniha ke kiekie.

3. E hoolohe na hookele o keia mau kaalio i laikiniia i na kauoha a na Makai.

4. Ma na wahi e ku ai na kaa a pau i hookaawale ia no na kaa i laikiniia, e hoohuli ia ke poo o na lio e like me ke alanui a e pili kokoke ana i ke alanui aoao.

5. Aole e ae ia kekahi lio i hookomo ia iloko o kekahi kaa i laikini ia e ku wale ma kekahi wahi i ae ia no na kaa e ku ai, koe wale no ina ua hoopaa ia ua lio la me ke kaula i ka hao hoopaa Kaumaha.

6. Aole e ae ia na kaa i laikiniia e haalele wale ia ma na alanui i ka po.

NA WAHI I HOOKAAWALE IA NO NA KAA I LAIKINIIA E KU AI.

Helu 1. Ma ka aoao makai o ke alanui Beretania, ma ka hikina hoi o ke alanui Maunakea.

Helu 2. Ma ka aoao makai o ke alanui Beretania, mai ke kihi komohana mai o ke alanui Nuuanu.

Helu 3. Ma ka aoao makai o ke alanui Beretania, ma ka hikina o ke alanui Nuuanu.

Helu 4. Ma ka aoao makai o ke alanui Kukui, ma ka hikina o ke alanui Nuuanu.

Helu 5. Ma ka aoao hikina o ke alanui Ema, mauka o ke alanui Beretania.

Helu 6. Ma ka aoao makai o ke alanui Moi ma ke kihi hikina o ke alanui Maunakea.

Helu 7. Ma ka aoao makai o ke alanui Moi, ma ka aoao hikina mai ka halekuai mai o E. O. Hall & Son.

Helu 8. Ma ka aoao makai o ke alanui Moi, ma ke kihi hikina o ke alanul Rikeke.

Helu 9. Ma ka aoao makai o ke alanul Moi, ma ke Komohana o ke alanui Liliha.

Helu 10. Ma ka aoao makai o ke alanui Moi, ma ka aoao komohana o ke alanui mai Puowaina aku.

Helu 11. Ma a aoao mauka o ke alanui Kalepa, ma ke kihi hikina o ke alanui Papu.

Helu 12. Ma ka aoao mauka o ke alanui Halekauila, mali ke kihi hikina o ke alanui Papu.

Helu 13. Ma ka aoao mauka o ke alanui Alani, mauka o ka uapo Oceanika ame ka hale waiho ukana.

Helu 14. Ma ka aoao makai o ke alanui Moi, mai ka palena mahope o ka hale ma ke kihi o alanui Nuuanu, a hele aku i ke alanui Maunakea.

Helu 15. Ma ka aoao Waikiki o alanui Kamika, mauka o alanul Moi.

Helu 16. Ma ka aoao hikina o ke alanui Betela, mauka o ke alanui Moi.

Helu 17. Ma ka aoao makai o ke alanui Hotele, mawaena o na alanui Konia ame Maunakea.

Helu 18. Ma ka aoao ma Ewa o ke alanui Maunakea, mawaena o na alanui Pauahi me Hotele.

Helu 19. Ma ka aoao Waikiki o ke alanui Maunakea, mawaena o na alanui Hotele ame Moi.

Helu 20. Ma ka aoao hikina o ke alanui Kekaulike mauka o ke alanui Moi.

Helu 2l. Ma ka aoao mauka o alanui Halekauwila, mawaena o na alanui Alakea me Likeke.

Helu 22. Ma ka aoao komohana o alanui Likeke, mawaena o na alanui Halekauila me Alani.

Helu 23. Ma ka aoao makai o alanui Beretania, mai ke kihi o alanui Moi me Beretania, ma ka aoao ma Kamakela.

8. Aole e ae ia e ku na kaa i oi aku ka heluna mamua o umi ma kekahi wahi i hookaawale ia i ka manawa hookahi. Koe kahi hoolulukaa Helu 14, he eha wale no kaa i ae ia, oiai na hora hana.

9. O na kaa i laikiniia e ku ana mamua iho o ke alo o ka Hale Mele Hou (Hawaiian Opera House), e ku lalani lakou ma ka aoao mauka o alanui Moi.

10. O na kaa i laikiniia e ku ana ma Aniahou, e kokoke ana i ka uwapo o na Mokuahi lawe leta, o Kaleponi ma ka aoao mauka o ke alanui a i ke kihi o alanui Kilauea, a mauka o ka aoao hikina o alanui Kilauea.

11. O na kaa i laikiniia ma ka Hale Aupuni, e komo mai ma ka aoao hikina o ke ala e komo ai, a e ku ma ka aoao mawaho o ke ala, e kali no ka uku.

12. O na kaa i laikiniia e kakali ana ma kahi Hookio kaa-ahi o ke Alahao o Oahu ma Honolulu nei, aia no ia ma ka aoao ma Ewa o kahi palahalaha mauu ma ka aoao ma ka hema, mai ke alanui Moi aku a hiki ma ke alanui makai a hoea i ke kihi o ka Hale Hookio, pela no hoi ma ka aoao makai o kahi palahalaha mauu mawaena, e huli ana i Ewa, a pela no hoi ma ke akau komohana akau o kahi palahalaha mauu mai ke alanui Moi aku, e huli ana i kai.

NA UKU O KA HOLOHOLO ANA.

13. No ka holo ana mai a me ka holo ana aku paha a i kekahi wahi o alanui Beretania, a me ke awakumoku, a mawaena o alanui Maunakea a me alanui Puowaina, no hookahi a elua ohua 25 keneta.

No kela a me keia ohua hou iho, 10 keneta.

14. No ka holo ana mai me ka holo ana aku i kekahi wahi mawaena o alanui Bates me alanui Nuuanu, a holo pololi ma ke alanui Kuakini, mai ke alanui Puowaina a alanui Liliha, a ma ka aoao hema o ke awakumoku, a ma ka hikina ma ke alanui Kuakini a holo ma ke alanui Puowaina, a hiki i ke alanui O Luso me alanui Kinau, a mai alanui Kinau aku a alanul Vitoria, a mai alanui

Vitoria aku hiki i ke awakumoku, i oi ole aku mamua o ka mile hookahi, mai kahi i hoomaka ai, no kela me keia ohua 25 keneta.

15. No ka holo ana aku a me ka holo ana mai, mai kekahi wahi, mai kahi noho o Mr. Wm. Mutch, ma Kalihi, a mai ke alanui mai o Kalihi a hiki i ke alanui Moi, a holo ma ke alanui o Kalihi e moe ala maluna o ka aina o Mokauea a hiki i ke kai. Mauka; a i ole o ka aoao akau paha ia ma ka laina pololei mai kahi noho mai o Mr. Wm. Mutch ma ke alanui o Kalihi a hiki i ke kihi o na alanui Liliha me alanui Wyllie, a mai ke alanui Wyllie a hiki i ke alanui Nuuanu, a ma ka laina pololei a hiki i ke kahawai o Nuuanu, a holo pololei ma ia kahawai a hiki i ka uwapo o ke alanui hao o ke kaa uwila o Pacific Height: a ma ia ala pololei a hiki i ka halepule o Pauoa, alaila, holo ma ka aoao hema a hiki ma ke alanui maluna o Puowaina, a mailaila aku a hiki i ke alanui Alapai

a huli ma ke alanui Prospect, a mai laila aku a hiki i alanui Magazine a iho ma ke alanui Magazine a hiki i alanui Thurston; a mai ke alanui Wilder aku a hiki i ke alanui Punahou, a holo pololei ma ke alanui Punahou ma ke ala pololei a hiki i ke kai, ke oi ole aku mamua o elua mile mai kahi i hoomaka aku ai, no ka ohua hookahi, he 50 keneta.

16. No ka holo ana aku a me ka holo ana mai no kekahi wahi mawaena o ke alanui Punahou a me ka halepule o Kamoiliili a hiki i ka uwapo o Waikiki ma ka aoao hikina, a ma ka aoao mauka e holo ana ma ke alanui Waila a hui me alanui Metcalf, ma ke ala pololei a hiki i ka halepule o Kamoiliili. Ma ka aoao hema a hiki i na mana alanui o Kamehameha ma alanui Moi; a holo mauka o ke alnui Nuuanu a hiki i kahi o ka Hawaiian Clay Company, a moe aku la ma ke alanui Waila, me ke komo pu mai o na kalana aina o Puunini, ke oi ole aku mamua o ekolu mile, he hookahi dala no ka ohua hookahi.

Ma kahi i hoakaka ole ia, no ka holo ana aku a me ka hoi ana mai, maloko o ke anapuni o hookahi mile, 25 keneta.

17. O na keiki ekolu makahiki a malalo iho, aole o lakou auhau; maluna ae o ekolu makahiki a malalo iho o ka umi, o ka hapalua o ka auhau o na kanaka makua ko lakou uku.

18. No kela me keia kaa e hele ana i ka hoolewa he $3.00.

19. Ke kaheaia ma ke telepona, e hoomaka ka hookauwaia mai ka manawa e loaa ai o ke kauoha. Ona hookauwa ana mamuli o ka heaia ma ke telepona he hiki no ke kaki aku i ka hapalua o ka uku mau no ka hele ana i kekahi wahi mawaho aku o ka palena o ka uku o 50 keneta, mawaho ae o ka uku maa mau, no na hana e hanaia aku ana.

20. Aole e auhau ia kekahi ohua no na ukana paa lima.

21. No na ukana e ae, mawaho o na ukana paa lima, pahu lole a pahu ukana, 25 keneta.

22. O kela me keia hookele kaa i laikiniia e hoolawa iaia iho me ona pihi dala a me dala keokeo paha, me ka hoike maopopo ia o kona helu maluna iho, e like me ke pihi hoikeike e waiho nei ma ka Halewai, a e kau ia ua pihi nei i ike moakaka ia ma ka aoao hema o ka umauma. (I mea e like ai, e loaa no keia mau pihi ma ka Halewai no ke kumu lilo.)

23. O na kalaiwa kaa atamobile i laikiniia, e hoolawa iaia iho me ka pihi dala kau papale, a e kauia kona helu me ka maopopo loa maluna iho olaila, e like me ke pihi hoikeike e waiho nei ma ka Halewal; a e kauia kela pihi ma ka aoao mamua o ka papale o kela me keia kalaiwa i wahi e ike maopopoia ai. (I mea e like ai, e loaa no keia mau pihi ma ka Halewai no ke kumu lilo.)

24. NO KE KAUOHA MAOLI IA E HOLO I KAPIOLANI PAKA.

No hookahi a elua ohua no ka holo ana aku $1.50

No ekolu ohua no ka holo ana aku 2.00

KE KAUOHA MAOLI IA E PII I KA PALI O NUUANU.

No hookahi ohua no ka pii ana $3.00

No elua ohua no ka pii ana 4.00

No ekolu ohua no ka pii ana 5.00

KE KAUOHA MAOLI E PII I KA PUU O PUOWAINA.

No hookahi ohua no ka pii ana $1.00

No elua ohua no ka pii ana 1.50

No ekolu ohua no ka pii ana 2.00

NO KA HELE KUAI A KIPA HALE ANA. KE PIHA KA HAPALUA O KA MANAWA MA KE KALI ANA.

Hookahi ohua, no ka hora $1.00

Elua ohua, no ka hora 1.50

Ekolu ohua, no ka hora 2.00

Eha ohua, no ka hora 2.50

No kela me keia hora oi aku, he 50 keneta no ka ohua hookahi, ke oi aku mamua o hookahi.

NO KA HOLO MAU ANA MA KA HORA.

No hookahi ohua, no ka hora $1.50

No elua ohua, no ka hora 2.00

No ekolu ohua, no ka hora 2.50

No eha ohua, no ka hora 3.00

O na hookele kaa i laikiniia, ke kauoha ia e hoi hou aku no na ohua i lele aku ma kekahi wahi i hoakaka ia mawaho aku o no palena o ke 50 keneta, he hiki no ke auhau i hapalua o ka uku mau no ka hoi hou ana aku, mawaho ae o na uku mau no na hoohana mahope mai.

25. Mawaena o ka hora 11 o ka po a me ka hora 5o ke kakahiaka, he hiki no ke palua ia ka uku o na ohua mai keia mau uku i kau ia maluna ae.

26. O kela me keia kalaiwa kaa i laikiniia he mea pono iaia ke hoike mai i kona makaukau ma ka Olelo Enelani no ka lawelaw ana i kana hana, a he kamaaina hoi oia ma na wahi a pau a me na alanui a pau o ke kulanakauhale nei o Honolulu.

27. O ka hookele kaa e hookele ana i kekahi kaa lealea, kaa kikane, a kaa e ae paha i laikiniia, ina ua ona, a ke hoopuka paha i kekahi olelo ino a hoohilahila, a ke koi i ka uku a oi aku i ka mea i ae ia, ke hoole e hoike mai i ka papa hoike o na uku ke koi ia aku, ke hoole paha i ka uku oiai oia aole i hoopaa ia a ke kue paha i kekahi o na rula i hoike ia maluna ae, alaila, ke hoike ia aku ia imua o kekahi makai, e hopu ia no, a ku i ka hewa, alaila, e kau ka hoopai i hoakaka ia ma ka Pauku 795 o ka Mokuna 55 o na Kanawai Kalaima o 1897.

28. O kela ame keia kaa i laikiniia, kaa kikane a kaa e ae, e malama lakou i ka “Rule o ke Alanui” ma ka hele ana ma ka akau o waena o kahi i heleia o kekahi uapo, alanui a alahele e ae, a o ka hookele o ia kaa-lealea, kaa kikane a kaa e ae e kue ana i ka rula e hopuia no e kekahi makai, a ke hoahewaia, e hoopiia e like me ka mea i hoakakaia ma ka Pauku 795 o ka mokuna 55 o na Kanawai Kalaima o 1897.

29. I kela ame keia manawa e waiho ia kekahi Palapala hoakaka uku iloko o kekahi eke ili, i hoopaaia a paa mawaena konu o kahi hilinai kua o ka noho mua o kela ame keia kaa i laikiniia me na huaolelo “Palapala hoakaka uku” i kuniia ma ke alo o ua eke ili nei me na huaolelo aole e emi iho malalo o hapalua iniha ka nui.

30. Aole loa e ae ia kekahi hookele kaa e haalele i kona kaa ma kekahi wahi ahaaina a hoolaulea paha, a ma kekahi wahi paha i hoakoakoaia ai na kanaka, a i ole ma kekahi halekuai waiona paha.

31. Aole loa i ae ia kekahi kaa i laikiniia e ku ma na uwapo mokuahi i na wa holo a me na wa ku mai o na mokuahi.

32. O na kaa apau i laikiniia, a me na lio a me na ilihukikaa, ke loaa aku ua kupono ole no ka hana i maa mau i ka poe lawe ohua a ukana, alaila, ua ku i ka pono e hopu ia a hoopii ia ka mea nona ia kaa a i ole, o ka hookele kaa paha, a i ole o laua no a i elua.

E mana piha keia mau Rula mai ka la 1 o Feb. 1902, a o na rula a me na kuhikuhi no ka hoomalu ana i na kaa laikiniia, mamua o kela hoopau loa ia nei.

JAS. H. BOYD.

Superintendent of Public Works.

Keena o ka Luna Nui o na Hana Aupuni, Jan. 23, 1902.

(Evening Bulletin, 1/24/1902, p. 3)

BY AUTHORITY.

Evening Bulletin, Volume X, Number 2053, Page 3. January 24, 1902.

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