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Iron and Wire Fencing
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IRON AND STEEL
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TUE BEST MADE
Structural Iron, Lawn and
Those TUBULAR STEEL HITCHING POSTS are "safe things to tie to"
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Office and Works 1046.50 Alakea Street
uOVKItNOK'H LAND I'UMUY.
The Irwin & Co., Olnn, and Walunku
Plantations In Accord.
Acting Governor Atkinson is
being powerfully sustained in the
position he has taken, as president
of the Board of Immigration, of
refusing aid to the importation of
plantation laborers without the
assurance from planters of at least
one acre of land and a house to
each head of a family brought 'here.
"Mr. Giflard came to me today,"
the Acting Governor said yester
day, "and told me that W. G.
Irwin & Co. were in thorough
accord with me upon the policy of
domiciling labor. He stated that
their plantations were all getting
in line to meet the condition I have
laid down of giving an acre of land
in fee simple to every family of
HIM) AND OLAA SUOAR COMPANIES
"une ot tneir managers was in
town now, who was having land
laid out in one-acre lots for the ex
pected immigrants. This is John
A. Scott, of Wainaku. He is plot
ting a town site of fifty homesteads
on that plantation, which will be
given in fee simple to laborers.
"Of course there are many little
details to be arranged with the
planters. Some planters, it is true,
have not fee simple land to offer,
but iu such cases the government
will end;avor to assist in finding
land for those willing to conform to
"Olaa Sugar Co. is coming up to
the condition. That company is
laying out acre lots as homesteads
for laborers. The work began last
week under authority of the board
of directors. Moreover, these home
steads are not merely being pre
pared for people who may come,
but are being offered to people
already in the country. It is pro
posed to give fee simple title to the
land when the laborer has occu
pied it for three years. You are
probably aware that Mr. Thurston
went over to the plantation last
week on this business."
Mr. Atkinson went on to speak
in terms of warm appreciation of
the cordial and enthusiastic support
Mr. Damon, as financier of Olaa,
had given to the proposition.
"This thing of Olaa," the Acting
Governor said, "is one of the
greatest moves any plantation has
made in this direction. Their going
right ahead and giving fee simple
land to people now on the ground
shows that they mean business."
Mr. Atkinson felt justified in
claiming that the support he had
already received, as above men
tioned, from W. G. Irwin & Co.
and Olaa Sugar Co., was the best
of evidence to prove the soundness
of the policy be had declared. Ad
Many Japs Coming?.
Japanese immigration to Hawaii
has recently increased iu a marked
degree. The average since the
first of the year has run over a
thousand a month, and the indica
tions are that it is to be kept up.
On the Korea, which left Yoko
hama several days ago euroute
here,- there are said to be five
hundred Japanese for Honolulu.
At the same time migration to
the coast .has also increased, and
Japanese arc leaving Hawaii for
the mainland at the rate of about
five hundred a month. A steamer
is coming to take a large number
away before the end of the present
month, and there is much agitation
amoug Japanese all over the island,
of the California labor proposition.
A considerable proportion of the
Japanese coming here from their
native land have the mainland for
their real destination, it is thought.
The imperial government will not
allow the immigration of Japs to
America, but does allow them to
come here, and the Japs therefore
start for here with a view to con
tinuing the journey. Star.
Oregon Uirls At Yonnsr Hotel.
The ball at the Alexander Young
Hotel last evening in honor of the
Oregon girls was a very pretty
affair and well attended by local
society folk and visitors to Hawaii.
The evening was perfect, save for a
shower earlier in the evening, and
even this was refreshing. The
Roof Garden was brilliantly illumi
nated and with the numerous
potted plants with which it is gar
nished, it was a delightful pro
menade between dances. The Ka-ai-
Quintet Club furnished delight
ful Hawaiian music for the dances
and the features were a source of
delight to the young ladies from
The young women were prettily
gowned and as all are excellent
dancers they danced very number
on the program. In fact, although
the guests of honor, they were the
belles of the ball. Manager Gray
last evening certainly excelled as a
host and not only the Oregon girls.
chaperoned by Mrs. Edyth Tozier
Weatherred, but all who attended.
enjoyed a delightful evening. Ad
SPECIAL ATTENTION IS CALLED TO THE FACT THAT
Is that which1 has been manufactured for the past fifteen
years exclusively by the
California Fertilizer Works
SAN FRANCISCO, CAL.
Whcu purchasing be sure that in addition to the brand
the name of the California Fertilizer Works is on every ,
sack, otherwise you will not be getting the genuine article.
A large stock of our Diamond A and our
XX HIGH-GRADE FERTILIZER
Is kept constantly on hand and for sale at San Francisco
pnues, pius oniy ireignt and actual expenses,
By Our Hilo Agents,
L. TURNER CO.
L'ruzan In Spokane, Wash.
Rev. J. A. Cruzan, well-known
in Hawaii, has left the Congrega
tional communion and become a
Unitarian. He was pastor of Fort
street church. Honolulu, with
which the Bethel united after its
church burned in the great fire of
1886, forming Central Union
Church. Differences, in part doc
trinal, having occurred between
him and the congregation, Pastor
Cruzau, as he entitled himself, re
tired and went to the coast. Return
ing to the islands he was for some
years pastor of the Foreign church
at Hilo. Mr. Cruzan is a G. A. R.
comrade. In the San Francisco
Chronicle's church news of Febru
ary 11 the following reference to
"Rev. J. A. Cruzan, known
through bis work alone Congrega
tional church lines, especially dur
ing the period he did editorial work
for The Pacific, organ of the deno
mination here, is now in charge of
the Unitarian Church of Spokane,
Wash., where he is accomplishing
much active work. The trustees
of his church have recently pub
lished a communication urging all
liberal Christians to be loyal to the
principles for which Uuitarianism
stands, during the year 1906."
Acting Govenor Atkinson ex
presses himself in favor of increas
ing the salaries of the teachers.
"I think that when the next
legislature goes into session we
should make sure of getting a good
and sufficient appropriation for the
teachers, even if some of the other
items will have to be cut down as a
consequence. I am in favor of
raising these salaries, not only to
restore them to the old basis but to
place them on a good basis."
Canadian-Australian Royal Mail SS. Go.
oieawers 01 ine aoove ine running in connection with the Canadian Pacific Kail.
Suva and Brisbane, Q.; are
From Vancouver and Victoria B. C.
For Brisbane, Q., and Sydney:
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AORANGI MARCH 10
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Theo. H. Davies & Co., Ltd., CerTI Agts.
Kheumatlsui Van lie Cured.
There is no disease which inflicts
more torture than rheumatism and
there lis probably no disease for
which such a varied and useless lot
of remedies have been suggested.
To say that it can be cured is
therefore a bold statement to make
but Chamberlain's Pain Balm,
which pnjoys an extensive sale in
thi3 country, has met with success
iu the treatment of this disease
wherever it has been tried. One
or two applications of this liniment
will relieve the pain and hundreds
of sufTefers from this disease testify
to permanent cures by its use. For
sale by Hilo Drug Co.
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