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THE MAUI NEWS-
SATURDAY, OCTOBER 28. 1905
to make use o?
This is what I should do with that wall spice that
I have. How well it would look fitted in with a nico
set of Globe-Wernicke bookcases; and it would
certainly keep my books in bettor shape. I think
I will take ten minutes and go and seo the in at
J. A. M. JOHNSON CO.,
931 FORT STREET
P. O. Box 514. : : : : :, : Telephone Main 113.
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elsewhere, bnt urc you sure of the freshness and
quality ? Our goods in every department are of the
best quality for the money. We would not make this
statement if we did not mean it.
The Best of Everything
t Live and Let Live Prices
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1 burner $5.50 2 burners $8.59 3 burners $10.50
Securely crated for shipping
Fort and Merchant Sts., , Honolulu
In the Summer
nothing goes quilo so well with a
meal as a glass of nice, cool bi er.
It. refreshes, cheers and stimulates
that is if it's
Other bder is just as wet but none ZS
is just as good. Try a case if you 35
are unacquainted with its merits. 5
Its easy here where there are so many
to choose from. We have every stylo of
the famous Dastman Kodaks, at prices
from $3 upward and instruct purchasers
in the operating.
Kodak Developing Machines
Films and Photographic Supplies of every description.
HONOLULU PHOTO SUPPLY CO.,
FORT . .
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WHOLESALE AND RETAIL HEALERS IN
Galvanized Sheet Iron,
Leather Shoe Findings
Planters Support Cane Lontl
HONOLULU, Oct. 20. One of
the most weighty problems at present
confronting the administration of the
public, hinds of the Territory H the
lisposilinn to be made of leaseh lids
11 poii which large corpr ration are now
rrising sugar cane, but of which the
li ases are approaching th(ir termination.
The Organic Ac t provides that no
corporation shall acquire and hold
real estate in Hawaii in excess of one
thousand acres, also that no lease of
of any public land shail be granted for
i longer term than live years.
Applications for cam: lands on
which leases are running out are he
ing received in considerable numbers
by 1 lie Commissioner of Public Lauds.
s at present there is no oilier crop
that is raised so profitable as sugar
C(.ni, it is the policy of the govern
ment to have the lands in question
settled by people who can give as
surances ttmt t'vy will be kept up to
the preseut state of cultivation i.i
sugar cane the understanding being
that the corporations owning the
sugar mills now grinding thu cane
from such lands will pay the best
contract juice going on their own
holdings for the cane. 1
What is sought to bu guarded
against is letting people have the
lands who wi'l hold them only for
speculation or who will try to evade
the rcsidencH condition and merely
place Asiatic labor on their holdings
on shares with themselves. Actual
settlers who will cultivate as much
land as, and na more than, can be
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cuitiva cu uy biii;iiir.ei vt; uuu iiiuiu-j
bers of their families are sauted to
take up the lands.
"This is u matter that effects the
whole community," 1 Commissioner
Pratt said yesterday ss he outlined
the policy in substance as above.
"At least one settlimcnt associ
ation has given assurance of having
the cubital behind it to keep up the
present state of cultivation.
''In trying to obtain actual culti
vators as settlers on cane lands we
have the backing of the largest
planters in the country. They assure
us that they will not endeavor to
block the settlement of land if it is to
be maintained in the preseut state of
Gen. Kondratenko Is Given
St. Petersburg, Oct. 8-The arrival
of the body of Major General Kondra
tenko, commander of tie Seventh
East Siberian 1 titles, who was killed
last December at Port Arthur, and
itn interment in the venerable Alex
ander Nevskv Monastery today, were
marked by the most impressive mil!
tary and, civil spectacle witnessed
here since t he early days of the war.
for once all classes of the population
of the capital awakened from that
apathy which was untouched by the
news of the battles of Mukden or the
Sea of Japan or the announcement of
the conclusion of peace.
Thousands of spectators, standing
silent and uncovered in a drizzling
rain, walked the beard Nevsky Pros
pect from the Moscow station to the
gates of the monastery, while Grand
Dukes, Ministers of State and the
highest officers of the army and navy,
many of whom had won distinction at
Port Arthur and in Manchuria follow
ed the coffin through the muddy
str ets as common mourners with the
widow and son of the dead general.
In the procession could be seen the
uniforms cf every order of the Russian
military. Each regiment of the St.
Petersburg garrison sent a detach
ment of veterans, many bearing the
thirty-year-service medals to form
the military escort.
Conspicuous among the clergy were
two militant priests fiom Port Ar
thur, wearing t.ie board yellow and
black ribbons of the order of St.
George awarded them Tor gallantry
during the siege.
Many cities were represented by
deputations. The Emperor had ex
pected to attend, but, as he was un
able to do so, ho was represented bj
Grand Duke Vladimir. Metropolitan
Antonius, assisted by the choristers,
celebrated the "Panich'eda" for re
quiem and eulogized General Kon
dratenko as "the soul of the siege,
for when he died the fortress fell."
BICYCLES' AND SPORTING ' GOODS
Mandamus Battle Comes on Mon
day. HONOLULU, Oct. 20. Abram
Lewis Jr., of Snpth & Lewis, has
been retained by County Attorney J.
D. Willard of Kauai to assist in con
ducting the appeal of the County of
Kauai from the decision of Judge
Hardy, dismissing the mandamus suit
against Asssessor Holt of Oahu and
Assessor Farley of Kauai to compel
the assessing of income taxes on
Kauai plantations in that taxation
division instead ot the first division
The case is set for Monday next in
the Supreme Court. Deputy Attor
ney General M. F. Prosscr will re
present the nssrssors as Territorial
officials and oppose the appeal. Pro
bably County Attorney Douthilt will
appear on the same side to represent
Oahu's interests. D. H. Case, coun
ty attorney of Maui, made common
cause with Kauai at Lihue and will
probably nt least "watch the case"
for his county before the appellate
Mr. Lewis' engagement on behalf
of the writ of mandamus, at all event,
indicates lha an exhaustive presen
tat ion of law on the question will be
made. Yesterday Mr. Lewis buck
led down hard to the work of prepara
Smull Demand For American
NEW YORK, Oct. ll.-Only 2:
per cent of the books used by readers
of the New York Public Library dur
iug the past year belonged to the de
partment of English and American
literature, according to the report
made by Director Billings. The 75
per cent most in demand Included
either foreign books or had to do with
subjects that occupy the student.
The cosmopolitan charter of the
students, the directors says, was thus
shown. Ihe books consulted num
bered 015,454. and were read by 200,
Three new Carnegie libraries have
been opened during the year, and the
total of hooks in them and other
branches of the new public library
amount to more than four millions
Among the gifts acknowledged by
the annual report was the catalogue
of a collection ot Chinese porcelains,
owned by J. Pierpont Morgan.
Hilo, Oct. 19, Tobacco is a decided
success in Hawaii ai,d a movement
is underway to establish a company
with sufficient capital to develop the
Out in Hamakua the Government
under Director Jarcd Smith, started
an experimental station about three
years ago and the result has been
highly satisfactory in every way.
Thore was some difficulty experienced
at first in securing the proper seed
so that the result was not what it
should be. Last year there was a
crop of Sumatra leaf and this year
it will be still larger. The gentle
man in charge of the station, C. R.
Blacow, was in town ou Tuesday on
his return from Kau, and he showed
that be jh ad lost noncjof the enthus
lanis he displayed wllcu he first as
sumed the duties of guardian of the
Government tobacco crop on this is
Banker Now Pauper.
'Soys., f10 PaMter
If you could put coating of
pure, raw linseed oil on your
house, and that oil would
stay there, it would protect
your house from the elements;
and preserve the material un
derneath. Any honest painter will tell yon that oil Is
the life of paint and that the pigment mixed with theoil is
put there to prevent the oil from drying out and drop
ping off, and to hold the coloring matter. Therefore
to have a good, durable job of painting, you must have
pure unseed oil.
is the old-fashioned thick pigment that you mix gallon
for gallon with raw linseed oil mix it yourself (or let
your ten-year-old boy mix it) and you know what you
are getting. Kinloch Faint will preserve the lasting
qualities of linseed oil and produce the most durable and
economical job of painting possible to procure.
Buy Kinloch l'aint, the paint that "likes" lin
seed oil the paint that dors not fight the oil and de
stroy all it3 protecting and durable qualities the pain
that you mix yourself and know what you are getting
The Paint that Saves you Money.
For every gallon of Kinloch Paint buy a gallon of fresh, pure, raw,
linseed oil in bulk of any reliable dealer, get a good painter to apply it
and you can have a job lasting four or five years for a smaller outlay in
the first cost of materials and a saving of one-third to one-half in the
per year s wear cost of the job.
... , T mc.iuva.
1111 important factor la
painting. A Job comp!i-tev done by pood painter with the best
quality of paint, costing iy $60.00 ($40.00 labor $20.00 paint),
will last five yean . The same palut applied by a dauber ( $20.03
labor $20.00 paint) will last only two years. Thus the "ner-year-cost"
ot tbe good painter'. Job Is $13.60 the poor painter's $20.00
See your dealer to-day about this and if he does not yet have Kin
loch Paint in stock, write us tor complete booklet on paint and painting,
with color card. Sent free.
Kinloch Paint Company,
For Sale by
Kahului Railroad Company, Distributors.
St. Louis LXI
California jinil Hawaii Co
operate. HONOLULU, Oct. 20. Arrange
ments have been completed to bting
about a combination between the
California Promotion Committee and
the Hawaii Promotion Committee.
H. P. Wood, secretary of the latter
organization, and formerly working
with the California Promotion Com
mittee, has carried out plans for co
operation in the development work
of the Hawaiian Islands and the Gold
en State. Oue plan of campaign is
to convince tourists that in Hawaii
they are near certain wonders of
California not to be missed, and that
in California they are near certain
wonders of Hawaii not to missf'.
The mountains and volcanic cliff's of
Hawaii will be use J to b-ilance the
Yoseinite and the great Sequoia or
semi-tropical grovs of California.
New York, Oct. 9. Jefferson P.
Raplee, once a wealthy New York
banker and business associate of Jcy
Gould, Commodore Vanderbilt and
John P. Blair, went to tho poorhouse
Raplee was one of the best known
men along Broadway iu his day. His
father, who was Judge 'Raplee of
Yates County, New York, left him a
largo fortune. In 185t! he opened a
banking house at 137 Broadway,
which was capitalized at $200,000
anddiJ a yearly business of (500,000,
which was a large sum at that time.
Since 1807, when this bank male an
assignment after some unfortunate
speculation, Raplee's fortune, al
though invested in a banking venture,
steadily diminished. Three years ago
he closed his last office at 130 Laherty
street and began to live on the re
mnants of his former wealth. He was
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"I do, and furthermore he will
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"And tonight 1 am going to burn
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