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EVENING BULLETIN, AUGUST
1"T WCP "
On Monday, Scptembor 2, 1895,
Goods will bo mnrkcd nt cost
to tnoko rotuu for nn immense
stock tbnt is expected noxt
room! room! room!
An- enormous ship
ment of goods, tho larg
est this house has over
received, now on the
ocean, and expected
Clerks are now busy
marking goods down to
bedrock; watch this col
umn and note from time
to time tho prices that
I intend to soil goods
for during the month of
HI VII OF FASH,
CIO Port Street.
T N. P. BTJKGrESS
IS NOW MlErABED TO
Repair Garden Hose, Sprinklers, Wa
ter Taps, Etc., Etc.
Saw Filing nnd nil kinds of Tools Sharp
ened, including Carving Knives and Sois
sors. Lawn Mowers a specialty. Also,
Sotting Glass in fact all kinds of Job
bing. Work called for and returned.
Ring up Telephone 852. 1-tf
(Successor to Ohas. Hammer.)
v HARNESS MAKER
Kinci and Fort Streets,
Is prepared to manufacture all kinds
and grades of Hand-made Harness at
tOWKST OP 1'ItICES FOR CASH.
All work guaranteed to bo satisfactory
before leaving tho shop. 5-3m
Principal Parts of the World,
Transact a General Banking,
- C liampagne.
JUST RECEIVED TEE
A Small Consignment of
JULES MUMM & Co.'s CHAMPAGNE
In Quarts ami Pints.
J F. , fnMst (Jo.
24, 1895. 8 S
Jp!S$!S$5Sj?t A EUILDINCMIUUNKD IlEOKNTLY W
Vr V In Milwnilkce. u 111 inn t IiiKiK-nrnv 9
w y sws v
11 A) 3 is j (it poliuli-H promptly as hiKlnictoil. iB
- fm . rm m
THE NEW LAND ACT.
(Continued from yesterday.)
Sectiom 3. Publio Lands for tho purposo of this Act aro
hereby olassiflod ns follows:
1. Agricultural Lands: First Class: Lnnd suitublo for
tho cultivation of fruit, cotTeo, sugar or other poronninl crops
with or without irrigation.
Second Glass: Lnnd suitable for tho cultivation of annual
Third Glass: Wot lands such as kalo and rico lands.
2. Pastoral Land: First Class. Land not in tho descrip
tion of Agricultural land but capablo of carrying livo stock tho
Socond OlaBS. Land capablo of carrying Hvo stock only
part of tho year, or othcrwiso inferior to First Glass Pastoral
3. Pastoral Agricultural Land: Land adaptod in part for
pasturago and in part for cultivation.
4. Forest Land: Land produoing lbrost troes but un
suitable for cultivation.
6. Wnsto Land: Land not included" in tho othor classes.
Section 4. All futuro loaeoa of Public Lands in tho classes
of agricultural, pastoral and pastoral-agricultural lands, oxcopt
leases oxecutod undor tho provisions of Parts 6 and 7 of this
Act, may contain a proviso that tho Government may at any
time with reasonable notice and without compensation, except
for improvements taken, tako possession of any part of tho
premisos covered by suoh leases which may bo required for lay
ing out and constructing now roadB or improving or changing
the lino or grade of tho old roads, and tako from such promisoa
soil, rook and gravol as may be nooossary for tho construction
or improvement of such roads; providod that such privilege of
taking without compensation shall not extond to such parts of
suoh promises as aro undor cultivation with annual crops or
Bugar until suoh crops shall bo harvested, nor to such partB of
suoh promises ub aro planted and cultivated with coffee, fruit
trees or other perennial orops, or ocoupiod or improved with
permanent improvements, except fencos.
Section 5. The Commissioners of Public Lands may
from timo to timo by public notioo proolaim an a road or streot
any portion of tho Publio Lands not occupied under tho provi
sions of Parts G and 7 of this Act.
Section 6. There shall be a board of three commissioners
composed of tho Minister of tho Interior and two persons ap
pointed and romovablo by tho President, with tho approvul of
tho Cabinet, one of whom shall bo designatod tho Agent of
Publio Lands. Suoh board shall bo dosignatod tho Commis
sioners of Publio Lands, and shall have the control and man
agement thereof under tho provisions of this Act. The appoint
ed mombors of tho Commission may bo removed by tho Presi
dent with tho approval of the Cabinet.
Section 7. For tho purposo of this Aat tho Bopublio is
divided into tho following land Districts:
First District: Tho portion of the Island of Hawaii known
as Hilo and Puna,
Second District: That portion of the Island of Hawaii
known as Hamakua and Kolmla.
Third District: That portion of tho Island of Hawaii as
Kona and Kau.
Fourth District: The Islands of Maui, Molokai, Lanai and
Fifth District: Tho Island of Oahu.
Sixth District: The Islands of Kauai and Niihau.
Section 8. Tho Commissioners shall bo roprosonted in
each District by an officer who shall bo designated the Snb
Agent of Publio Lands, who shall bo appointed by tho Commis
sioners and ho romovablo at their discretion.
Section 9. Tho Commissioners shall have power from timo
to time to establish forms of all instruments necessary for car
rying out this Act, and not herein expressly provided for, nnd to
make, alter and rovoko rules and regulations for survoying
Publio Lands, for tho Protection of forosts and reservations for
forost growth, for tho grunting of Land Lioonseu, for tho man
agement of all publio xesorvos and unoccupied Public Lands,
and for moro fully carrying out tho objects and purposes and
guarding against evasions and violations of this Act.
Section 10. Tho Commissioners with tho approval of tho
Cabinet shall havo power to purchase lands for homestead pur
poses with any funds that may bo appropriated thorefor.
Section 11. Tho Commissioners may from timo to timo
appoint ono or raoro persons in oaoli District to be Rangors of
Publio Lands, whoso dutios shall bo to observe and boo that tho
provisions of this Aot aro complied with in thoir rospootivo Dis
tricts in relation to the obligations of tonnants and grauteos of
Publio Lands, and roport to tho Sub-Agont, nnd othcrwiso to
disclmrgo saoh dutioB in rolation to tho Public Lands of tho
District as tho Sub-Agont shall require
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ED. C. ROWE,
Ilouse, Sign and
Ornamental . .
. . PAINTER . .
Paper Hanger and Decorator.
Rotve's Liquid Slating.
620 Kin& Street.
in Milwaukee, without JiiMiranoe.
brriMHO n cli-rk TOIMjOT to ronow certain
rioliuk-tt promptly as itiHlmctotl.
"Ho wna diiclinrged.
"A few ilayn Inter, tho ownor died without
insurnncc on hi life, leaving n widow nnd
three young children in poverty, because
ho had NEGLECTKD to Insure. Ah protrnRt
iimtion is moro culpnblo than forgctfulneES
perhaps tho ownor is having his punish
"MOltALI Consultation nnd office treat
ment free. Specinl attention given to pro
crastinntors." lNSUKKYOUn LIFE IN
The Equitable Life Assurance Society
of the United States.
General Mnnsger for tho Hawaiian Islands.'
A FAMILY IIOTI2L.
Tor Day. 3 aOO
Per Week 12.00
Bpaclal toiitliijr Kataal
The Best of Attendance, tho Best Sitnn
tion and tho Finest Moala in tin's Pity
H. VTiY co.;
Wholesale and Retail
98 Fort Streot, Honolulu
Telephoner 22 P.O. Box 470
ITROPOLM MAT GO.
ex Erisxs- Stroet.
G. J. Waller - - - Managed.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
California Fcuit Market.
Corner King and Alakea Streets.
BY EVERY STEAMER
From Son Francisco with
Fresh Fruits, Oysters, Salmon, Poultry,
Eta, Etc., Etc.
At WAIKIK1 on car line and on PA
LAMA ROAD near FertilirinR
These Lots aro Very Cheap and Sold
on Easy Terms.
Desirable Acre Tracts near tho city nnd
other Properties for sale.
BRUCE, WAKING & CO.,
Donlers in Lots nml T.mwla
C03 Fort Streot, near King.
P. O. Box 821.
THE STANDARD STALLION"
Champion Hawaiian Record, 2:21 1-2.
I'JlOMrTEB 2.W. i
olro of Creole, 2'lii Kncle,
2:19: Aiicx, 2:a); Trxnxlt,
2:lMlJij Walker, 2:BIU;
Wulia. 2:27M; Clilco, 2.21;
mid of the aiuim of Jlrllllun
line, 2:17: Vigor, 2:28
Dunt of Creole, 2:lf; Kuglc,
Uluk Hull To. ,
Zco Il,2-K'4i Uvm.le,-i:l12i I
nml M otlicrn UkI(U'm. Ill
lre of fie) and 48 dnniB of TO
U'nAiitip. Ilinn, 2:28 1
nam ol niKlit, 2:29: dnm
tif l'lect, 2:lji; bid Fleet,
llUCCANEKR 2656- ........
Hlro of llulwcr, 2:2C';;
FllKht, 2:a9: Bhamroek i,
auii and daniH of Munroo
I'rlncc, 2.29; Kulrodo, a: 19;
Krou Krou 1J, t;i",i; (oi.e-
nilillil, -Jl!i; KhiHi. mtii,
a:ai. Kid Fleet, a:an:
Fleet j:lnj i
I)m of Auex, mi; Kter
HiiK, lro of $ In 7 jo; U-tty,
dam of j In i:jo; Grace,
dum of Creole, i is
hlro of 2 In Hat nnd domj
of 9 trotters mid 2 Hecrs
IMra of Prairie Ulrd
low Chief siS-
biro of ,j In jyo lint
"i' i 1'iin, taoi Km.
pevM, i tJijiiiid duinnofj
DESCRIPTION AND TBltMS :
Creole is tho earnest, fastest and lcst bred stallion that has over been imi
ed into tho Hawaiian Islands. Ho reduced hi record of 1!:20 tn'il h, inni..
Cal., AuciiBt24, 18IH, distancing his whole Hold in tho first heat; then imain to
2:10 in Stockton, Cal., September 23, 1801, whining tho first heat in 2il5J. fourth
heat in2:ll), and tiffin heat in -Mill, proving that ho is a remarkably came as well
as a speedy race horso. ("Creole by Prompter out of tJrnco by liuccunoer shows
that ho is cajiablo of getting tt mark of 2:10 and is ono of tho gamest stallions seen
this year, and besides being game, is ono of tho best formed, and remarkably in
telligent." Jlreeder and A'porimnii, Sept. 2o, 1801.) Hois 16J hands high and of
powerful build throughout. His color is glossy black with ono whlto hind foot.
His disposition is all that could be desired, and hU action superb. Ho is a euro
Tonus 50, with usual return privilege. Will make tho season at tho
CLUB STABLES CO.
(To he Continued.)