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to us receive better attention than if sent
to the mainland, and we have a large
stock of materials from which you may
Our prices are low awl the value as good as are to be
had anywhere in the world. We have a large clientelle on
Kauai which we rre serving all the time. The satisfaction
expressed by old will be enjoyed by new patrons of this store.
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goes to Governor Frear with the
united recommendation of the
Mr. Fairchild has referred to sus
picion," said Carter in the course
of expressing his hesitancy over the
relinquishment of the water rights
even for a short period. "I'nfoilu
nately there is suspicion. I wish to
state candidly as niy belief that the
plantations have absolutely no use '
for the homesteader and Mr. Fair
child is not in a class by himself."
Carter then asserted that the "in
terest" would probably continue
until the Fairchild land resolution
was disposed of by Congress.
"I don't think there is much
good faith in it all," concluded the
chairman of the land Commission. ;
Replying to Chairman Carter Mr. i
Kinney stated that he supposed
plantations had the frailties o f
other human organizations and fol
lowed where pockets led.
"In the homesteading question"
asserted Kinney, "their pockets
will lead them to aid the home
steader. No great questions will
arise in an eighteen month period.
We will not dictate to Fairchild.
Let us keep our finger out of the
details and the claim cannot then
I be made that the Government has
interfered. He has named the in
vestments on the land and we have
said that in consideration we will
rent him seven hundred and fifty
.icres of land lor one dollar. Let
j us now see what he can do."
! A lease to accord with the Coin
j missions view wi.l be drawn up
j and if no objections are raised by
Governor Frear the homesteading
of the Kapaa land is apparently
The report of tin. committee em
bodying the whole plan is as fol
lows: To the Laud Hoard:
Your committee, to whom was
referred the application of George
II. Fairchild for a lease of a por
tion of the land of Kapaa, a copy
.of which application is attached
hereto, beg leave to report as fol
lows: Your committee visited in person
th.' lands of Kapaa in cotnpiny
with Mr. Fairchild, spending a
day the rerecently and from our
inspection, conversations with Mr.
irchild and his application, we
Lave come to the conclusion to re
' commend that the board approve
j a lease to Mr Fairchild for one
j crop of plant cane to be planted
I next year of the 750 acres of cane
i land comprising fields described
; in said application, and that said
i lease be given at a rental of one
j dollar a year.
Mr. Fairchild, without sugges
; tion from the Land Hoard or as
; far as we know from the Land
'Office, has voluntarily offered to
make certain improvements on the
. land of Kapaa still held by the
government that are worth un
questionably far more to the
government than any rental the
iping water to camp
All of the aforesaid improve
ments are to remain with the land
and thus added so much value to
public property and area full equi
valent lent, in fact much more, as
Mr. Fairchild has asked for
lease covering one crop of plant
and one crop of rotoons. We re
commend that his application so
far as a crop oi raloons be refused.
The reasons for the above recom
mendations are as follows:
Heretofore the cane lands of Ka
paa, including the portion Mr.
Fairchild now wants to lease, ha s
been held open for homesteading
purposes. This fact has been duly
advertised and no one has appeared
in response to the advertisement.
At the same time the government
lands of Anahola and Kamalomalo.
near to the Kapaa lands and with
in the confines of the Makee Sugar
C o in p a n y , represented by Mr.
Fairchild. have until recently been
lying idle, .also waiting for home
stead applications. This board
consented recently to a lease of the
Anahola and Kamalomalo lands in
question, no one having applied to
homestead the same, but decided at
the same time to hold the Kapaa
lands open indefinitely until appli
cation should be made to home
stead the same, the reason then be
ing given that the board was satis
fied that many citizens residing in '
the vicinity desired to homestead;
these lands, but feared the hostili- j
tv of the plantation authorities and i
came to the conclusion to refrain
from applying rather than incur
that hostility, t'nder these cir
cumstances, the entire board felt!
that there was nothing to do but
let a part at least of these lands lie
there until that issue was eliminat
ed, even if only by the process of!
wearing itself out .
Recently as above recited, Mr . j
Fairchild has renewed an applica-1
tion for 750 acres of" these remain-1
iug lands thus held out for home- j
steading, leavinga balance of about j
equal area still open to homestead
ing. The first instinct, we believe,
of all the members of the board was
: to turn down his application a n d
insist that the land be honiesteaded
and to give Mr. Fairchild notice
, that we adhered to our policy in re-
, ference to the laud applied for and
'that it would remain unleased inde- j
'finitely, feeling, as we did. that it.
was within Mr. I'airchild's power '
to reassure the people in the vicini-';
ty of his plantation so that the land j
I would be taken up at once, t h e
: same being among the most desi
rable homestead lands in the Ter
ritory-of Hawaii to-day. Our at-'
tention was arrested, however, by j
the offers of Mr. Fairchild to im-;
prove the land of Kapaa so as to j
; promote the homesteading of these j
and adjacent lands and to aid'
'homesteaders who have or here- j
after shall homestead portions of:
Kapaa outside of the 750 acies of
cane lands now applied for. It was!
there-upon decided by the Land
Board that your committee should
visit Kapaa and go over the whole
situation. The result has been that
Iiuvp cunie hark satisicd that,
Special Line o f
No man's under-wardrobe it com
plete without a suit o( I'ajarr'ns. It's
a night k wn, bath robe and loung
ing robe ull in one.
are as precisely made as an outer
pnrment. T icy are drafted with
bcientific ca'-e and made of thor
oughly dependable fabrics in white
Guaranteed for Six Months
Six Pair to the Box
Ladies' Lisle, in black, white and tan, $3.u box
Children's Ribbed, blacl only, 52 box
Men's Cotton, Iblac and tan, SI. 75 box
Men's Lisle, blacl and tan, $3 box
Men's Cotton, white and assorted colors, $2 box.
B. F. Ehlers & Co.
Sole Agents, Honolulu
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stylish well made dress slim1. Mich or low cut r Kid or Calf stink ; linttoii,
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Stivl shod anvil brand means "made to wear." Prices, in sieslltoll,
fL'.'Jo to ."(. ; in sizes 11 l-l' to 2, SJ..VI to :!..
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