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KVBNINO BULLETIN, AUCIUBT S8. 1805,
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The SINGER Received
54 First Awards for Sewing Ma
chinks and Emduoideuy "Work
at tho World's Fair, Chicago, 111.,
being tho largest numbor of award,
obtained by any Exhibitor, and
more than double the numbor
givon to nil other Sewing Ma
chinos B. Beiuiekson,
my3l tf Bothol st., Honolulu.
ED. C. ROWJE,
House, Sign and
Ornamental . .
. . PAINTER . .
Paper Hanger and Decorator.
Rotoe's Liquid Slating.
620 KitiR Street
California Fruit Market.
Corner King and Alnkea Streets.
BY EVERY STEAMER
From Son Francisco 'with
Fruits, Oystsrs, Salmon, Poultry,
.Kite, r.10.1 cic.
MEOPOLITAH MIT GO.
B2L Idaa-or Street.
Q. J. WaliiEii ... Manager.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
Wledeiros $ Co,
Hotel Street, Arlington
mid wo oflor HtiitB nnil trousors at
pricoH that will bu within llio ronoli
of ovorybody. Wo oorry a Holeot
btook of goods, and guarantee n
uorfuot It nud first oIukh work,
TIiobo who really iIohIhi to bo
droHHod noiilly and natty, and
uamiol Hll'ord to hiioimI muoli
moijoy on their lotluH will do
woll In calling ut our Hi .to boforo
THE NEW LAND ACT.
(Continued from jfxtcrday.)
Section 25. For tho purposo of taxation, the vuluo of gon
oral lnnnns horoaftor oxooulod shall bo tho valuo of tho foo of
tho roal estate domisod, and tho lossoca Hliall bo assessed thoro
on accordingly; nuoh loases Rlin.ll be void upon, dofault in tho
payment of tiixos thoroon for sixty days after such taxes have
Section 20. Tho Commissioners may in thoir discretion
insort in all futuro gonorul louses such conditions looking to
protection of f rests, protection of noighboring lauds from do
bris, wash and vegetablo posts, protection of troos along ronds or
otherwiso as shall soom to thorn dcsirablo in tho publio in
teroBt. Skotion 27. The violation of any of tho conditions of a
General Loaso to bo performed by tho losseo, shall be sufficient
cause for tho Commissioners with tho approval of tho Cabinot
to tako possession of tho domlsed premises without notice, do
mand or previous ontry, and with or without legal process, and
thereby dotermino the estate croatod by such leaso.
Section 28. Tho Commissioners of Publio Lands nro
hereby authorized and instructed to cause to be survoyod and
sot apart from timo to time suitable portions of Publio
Lands for tho occupation of such persons as may desire to ob
tain homestoads under this part of this Act. Such lands shall
bo soloctod only from agricultural and pastoral lands, and shall
bo laid out in lots of not ovr eight acres in first-class agricul
tural land, not ovor sixtoon acres in socond-class agricultural
land, not ovor one aoro in wet lmd, not ovor thirty acres in
first-class pastoral land, not ovor sixty acres in second-class
pastoral land, and not ovor forty-fivo acres in pastoral-agricultural
land. Convoniont roads as to grade and direction shall
bo survoyod, connocting suoh lots with a public road.
Section 29. Upon tho completion of any such survey the
surveyor shall furnish tho Commissioners with a copy of tho
chart thereof and a copy to tho Sub-Agent. Tho Agont of
Publio Lands shall thereupon givo publio notico through news
papers or posters or both in tho English and Hawaiian langu
ages, and, if ho deem it advisable, in any othor language in
which newspapers in tho Ropublio aro published, declaring
tho said land to bo open for sottloment aooording to tho pro
visions thorofOr sot forth in this Act.
Section 30. Such charts of survey shall bo opon to pub
lio inspootion during business hours without charge. All appli
cations for any of said lots shall bo mado in person by tho ap
plicant at tho office of tho Sub-Agont, and shall includo a
Bworn declaration substantially according to tho form of Scho
dule A. Tho applicant shall pay to tho Sub-Agont a feo of two
dollars at tho timo of making tho application. Upon recoiving
any suoh application and tho said foo tho Sub-Agont shall on
dorse upon tho application tho day and hour of receiving tho
samo and tho receipt of tho said foo. In caso two or moro persons
apply for the same lot, the one whoso application is first recoiv
ed shall havo tho preforonco; tho foe deposited by the unsuc
cessful applicant shall bo returned to him. No application not
including a doolaration of qualifications as abovo required or
not accompaniod with tho said feo shall bo recoivod or consid
ered. QUALIFICATION OF APPLICANTS.
Section 31. Any oitizon by birth or naturalization and
any person who has roooived lettors of denization, and any per
son who has rocoivod special rights of citizenship, ovor eight
een years of ago, who is under no civil disability for any of
fonco, who is not dolinquent in tho paymont of taxes, who bos
not made a falso declaration in applying for land under this
Act, who is not tho owner in his own right of any land in tho
Hawaiian Islands not claesod as wet land, and who is not an
applicant for any othor intorent in land undor this Act, may
mako application for ono of tho said lots for his own uso and
benefit undor tho provisions of this part of this Act.
Providod,.howover, that any quulifiod person may apply for
ono lot of wot land in additiou to land of any other description
alroady applied for or acquired by him undor this part of this
Act, whoro such lot of wot land is reasonably noar Buch other
Further provided, that no application of a married porson
whoso wifo or husband owns land othor thai ono aoro of wet
land in hor or his own right in the Hawaiian Islands, or who is
u applicant for luud undor this Act shall bo roooived or con
Hidorod, unless tho mnrriago status of such porson has been af
foclod by a dooreo of annulmont, separation or divorce
Section 32. If tho qualifications of tho applicant nro sat
isfactory according to tho foregoing sUteinont thorcof, tho Sub
Agent hIkiU oxocuto a uortiiicatu of occupation in throo parts
for the lot applied for in favor of tho applicant and dullvorouo
putt to Uio applicant, nnothor uhall Iw iilod with tho Agont of
Publio Lundti, and tho Buh'Agunt ahull kcop tho third on filo in
lita officii. Tho applicant upon rocolviiig tho HiiidcorlifiuatoHhnll
luivo tho right to tako pohuchhIoii of and occupy tho land tliHorlh
wl tlioroin mid ahull thou ho known uh an Occupier wh'oh uhall
also bo tho designation of any HiincopHorn (o his rights under
tho said cortitlcnlo of occupation. Tho Occupier shall be onti
llod to a lcnsi.' nf mid promiso. at tho end of six yonrs from tho
dato of such certificate nf occupation, if all of thu conditions of
such certificate to bo performed by tho Occupier shall have
boon HiiliPhntinlly performed by him. Tho recipt of such cor
tificato by the Occupier shall be an acceptance and ullii-matioi
of tho stipulations nud conditions therein sot forth.
CONDITIONS OF OCCUPATION.
Section 33. Tha right of possession of tho Occupier shall,
In additiou to tho conditions sot forth in Soctiou -11, be subject
to tho following special conditions:
1. Ho Bhnll, before tho end of two years from the dato of
tho cortificnto of occupation, build a dwelling houso on the said
promisoB, unless a suitable dwolling houso is alroady a part of
2. He Bholl boforo tho ond of two years from tho date o
tho certificate of occupation, begin to rcsido on tho Baid premises.
3. Ho shall continuously maintain his homo on tho said
premises from and after tho ond of two yoars from tho dato of
tho cortificnte of occupation.
4. Ho shall, boforo tho ond of bi'x yoarn from tho date of
tho cortificnto of occupation, reduce to cultivation and havo in
cultivation ot one timo not loss than ton per cent, of tho said
land, or reduco to cultivation and havo in cultivation at one
timo not Iors than five por cent, of tho said land, nnd plant and
keep in good growing condition on tho said premises an average
of not loss than ton timber, shado or fruit trees por aero thoreof
if tho same is classed as agricultural land:
Or, if tho samo samo is classed as pastoral land, he shall,
boforo tho end of six years from tho dato of tho cortificato of oc
cupation, fonco in tho same.
Section 34. If at tho ond of two years from tho date of the
certificate of occupation, it shall appear that tho Occnpior bag
failed in porforming either tho first or second condition set forth
in tho last preceding seotion, or if nt tho end of six yoars from
suoh date, it shall appear that he has failed to perform oithor
tho third or forth condition sot forth in tho last precoding sec
tion, tho Commissioners may tako possossion of suoh promisee
with or without legal procoss, and without notico, demand or
previous ontry, and thereby dotormino tho estate oreated by
such Certificate of Occupation.
CONDITIONS OF LEASE.
" Section 35. If at the end of tho said six yoars it shall appear
that tho Occupior haB porformod all of tho said special conditione
sot forth in Section 33. and also tho conditions sot forth in Seo
tion 41, tho Agont of Public Lands shall certify to tho Presi
dent tho porformanco thoroof, who shall thereupon oxocuto &
loaso in throo parts in favor of tho Occupior for tho torm of nine
hundred nnd ninety-nino yoars, which loaso shall bo countor
aignod by tho Minister of tho Intorior. Tho Ocoupior upon re
coiving euch loaso shall thereafter be designated tho Losaeo,
which shall also be tho designation of any BuccesBors to hie
rights undor tho eamo.
Section 30. Ono part of tho said loaso shall bo filed in
the office of tho Agont of Publio Lands, another part filod in
tho ofiico of tho Sub-Agont, and tho third delivered to tho Lessee
upon his paymont of a feo of five dollars, tho recoipt of which
shall bo ondorsod upon tho said third part by tho Sub-Agent.
And no intorest shall bo conferred by such loaso except upon
delivory thoreof as aforesaid, and tho payment of suoh fee, and
tho reooipt of suoh loaso by tho Lessoo shall bo an nccoptance
nnd affirmation of tho stipulations and conditions thoroin sot
Section 37. If tho porson named as a Lessoe in any such
lease shall fail to attond in person or through his Agont duly
authorized in writing at tho office of tho Sub-Agont, and to pay
such fee, and to recoivo Buch loaso, for six months after tho ox
piration of six years from tho dato of his certificate of occupation
tho right of suoh person to such loaso, nnd to tho land thoroin
domisod shall ooaso, and tho said loaso and tho certificate of oc
cupation relating thoreto dhall bo void.
Section 38. Noithor such certificate, or lonso, or tho in
terest of tho Occupier or Lessee in tho promises numod in the
same shall bo assignable, oithor by way of mortgage or other
wise, except as below providod; noither shall such certificate or
lease, or tho intorost of the Ocoupior or Lessoo therein, nor the
buildings, improvomonts, or crops nt any timo placed or grow
ing upon such premiaos bo subject to uttachtnent, lovy or sale
upon execution, or upon any process in bankruptcy, nor upon
any process issuing from any court of this country; noither shall
tho premisos nnraod in suoh certificate or loose, or any part
thereof bo sublot.
To be Continued.)
EHTAllIilHIlIU) in 1858.
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