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EVENING BULLETIN, SEPTEMBER 3, 1895.
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THE STANDARD STALLION-
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THE NEW LAND ACT.
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The SINGER Received
54 First Awards for Sewing Ma
chines and Embroidery Work
at tho World's Fair, Chicago, 111.,
being tho largest numbor of award,
obtained by any Exhibitor, and
more than doiiblo the numbor
given to all other Sewing Ma
chines B. Beiwerson,
my 31 tf. Bothol st., Honolulu.
ED. C. ROWE,
House, Sign and
Urnamcntai . .
, . . PAINTER . .
Paper Hanger and Decorator.
Howe's Liquid Slating.
620 King Street.
Corner King nod Alakca Streeta.
' ' CAMABINO'S BEFRIGERATOBS
BY EVERY STEAMER
From San Francisco with
Fresh Fruits, Oysters, Salmon, Poultry,
Etc. Etc., Etc.
WMM MEAT CO,
J BX Kiaa.Gr Street.
i Q. J. Waller ... Manager.
! WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
Medeiros $ Co,
Hotel Street, Arlington
Mk m m i a n w
II naS S 3K
CW- 'fibO a flf
p al 3 m
v rifi ft
and wo offer suits and trousers at
prices that will bo within tho roach
Jof everybody. Wo carry a soleot
Btook of goods, and guaranteo a
perfoot fit and first olass work.
Those who really desiro to bo
j drossod noatly and natty, and
Icannot afford to spend much
money on their clothes will do
woll in calling at our storo boforo
3. Ho shall beforo tho ond of tho third yonr of tho said
term, reduce to cultivation and havo under cultivation not less
than five per centum of such promises, and at the ond of the
fifth year of tho said torm redure to cultivation and havo under
cultivation at one timo not loss than ton per centum of such
premisos, and plant and keep in good growing condition on tho
said premises an average of not loss than ton timbor, shade or
fruit trees per aore of tho whole area if the same is classed as
agricultural land, or if tho sumo is classed as pastoral land ho
bhall fonco in tho same If tho premises nre classed as pustoral
agricultural land tho forogoing alternative conditions shall ap
ply respectively to the two kinds of lands.
4. Ho shall not assign his said interest undor tho said
loaso or uny part thereof without the written consont of tho
Commissioners. Provided, that a Losseo or Lossoes holding
tho wholo interest in a Bight of Purchase Lease, may at any
timotwhen all tho conditions of tho Lease to bo performed by
tho Lessco up to such timo shall havo been substantially pcr
13 formed, surrondor such interest to the Government by dolivory
ji of suoh lease to the Sub-Agent with tho intention of tho hold
ers to surrondor tho samo clearly ondorsed thereon and signed
by them in tho presence of tho Sub-Agent. Any such eurrouder
jFrshall release the Leeseo from all furthor duty of performance of
nfifothe conditions of the document surrendered, but no surrondor
, shall be valid if ono of tho Lessoos is a minor under eighteen
yeurs of age, unless suoh minor is represented by a statutory
guardian. And further provided that any such Losseo ovor
the ago of oighteon years of ngo may assign his intorest to his
Section 62. The violation of any of the forogoing condi
tions shall be suffioiont cause for the Commissioners, with tho
approval of the Cabinot, to take possession of tho demisod pro
mises without notice, demand or previous entry and with or
without legal process and thereby determine tho estate created
by such louse.
Section 63. In case two or more persons become coven
ants under any such lease by inheritance or otherwise, any of
them may compel tho remainder to buy or sell according to
the provisions of Section 45.
Section 64. At any timo after tho third year of tho said
term, tho Lessee shall bo ontitlod to a Land Patent from tho
Government convoying him in foe simple tho land described in
his lease, upon his paying to the Government the appraised
valuo of tho premisos as set forth in suoh loase, if ho has re
duced to cultivation twonty-fivo per cent of said promises, and
has residod thereon not loss than two years, and has substan
tially performed all othor conditions of his loaso.
' CASH FREEHOLDS.
Section 65. All applications for Cash Freoholds shall be
made in writing, or partly in writing and partly in print, at tho
Office of the Sub-Agent, and shall inoludo a sworn declaration
substantially according to the form of Schedule A, and shall bo
accompanied with u fee amounting to ton per contum of the ap
praised value of tho lot applied for, which feo shall be forfeited
in case tho applicant should fail to take the promises at tho up
set price in oase there should be no higher bid therefor, and if
tho applicant should bo successful such feo shall be orodited to
him on account of his first instalment; but if thero is a higher
bid than tho upsot prioe and the applicant fails to obtain the
promises, the said feo shall be returned to him,
No such application not including such declaration or not
accompanied by such fee, shall bo considered. Upon receiving
any suoh application and the said fee, the Sub-Agent shall en
dorse upon the application the day and hour of reooiving tho
samo and tho receipt of the Baid feo.
Section 66. Upon application for CaBh Froeholds tho
Commissioners shall give notice through newspapors or posters
or both in tho English and Hawaiian languages, and if they
deem it advisablo in any othor language in which nowspapors
in tho Republic are published, of auction salos theroof at suoh
times and places in tho District as thoy shall docido, or at tho
Exeoutive Building in Honolulu. Such notice shall spocify the
lot to bo offered for salo, and tho appraised value thereof as tho
Section 67. If thero aro two or moro applications and
thero is no bid above the upset price, the ono whoso application
is first received shall have the preferenoe. Tho Sub-Agont or
any othor person authorized by tho Commissioners may act as
auctioneer at suoh sales without taking out an auction license
Hire of Creole, 2'lfi KirIp,
2:11'; Apex, 2:2G; Trmult.
i'.'Jfiii Walker, S:23U;
Waleii. 2:2754; Clilco, 2.21;
nnd of tho damn of Jtrlllfun
tluc, 2:17: Vigor, 2:2S
siren of m
rimer. a:i'i; ntirofc, a: 19;
Frou Krou 1, i:j j Hone
dulo II), 3:21: (iolltii, 2-2I;
HlultA, 2!2l Hirnta Kita
-jl): Slil Fleet, 2Mi;
nm of Au ex, i:ti; Ster
line, slro of s In i:jo; Letty,
dam of j In , Qrace.
DESCRIPTION AND TERMS:
CRtoi.E is tho gamest, fastest and best bred stallion that has ever been import
ed into tho Hawaiian Islands. Ho reduced his record of 1!:20 to 2:18 in Petnltimn
Cal., August 24, 1894, distancing his wholo field in the first heat; then again to
2:15 in Stockton, Cal., September 23, 18U4, winning the first heat in 2:15, fourth
heat in 2:15, and fifth heat in 2 19J, proving that ho is a remarkably game as well
as a speedy race horso. ("Creolo by i'rotnptcr out of Grace by Uuccanecr showa
that ho itf capable of getting n mark of 2:10 and 1b ono of tho gamest stallions Been
thi year, and besides being game, Ib ono of tho best formed, and remarkably In
telligent.' Brttder and Sportsman, Sept. 25, J894 .) Ho la 15J hands high and of
powerful build throughout. His color is glossy black with ono whito hind foot ..
His disposition is all that could be desired, and his action superb. Ho is a suro
Terms $50, with usual return privilege . Will mako the ecason at tho
CLUB STABLES CO.
To the Public and Tourists.
Any party wishing to tako a
rido around tho Island, or to the
Pali, can bo accomomdated at a
small cost by F. Smith, tho Bus
man. At Smith's Stubles can be
found at a moment's notice Buss
es, Wagonottes, Buggies, Saddle
Horses, etc, for hire.
Spooial attention paid to Tour
ists wishing to tnko in the sights
at a small faro. This is tho cheap
est place in town.
Horsos broko, double or singlo;
also horsos bought, sold or ex
changed. For further particulars
Bus and Livory Stables.
King St, between Fort and Bothol.
Telephone 408. Juno 18, 6-mo.
A FAMILY HOTEL.
For Day JJ 2.00
Per "Week.., 12.00
Cpeclal 2Ioiatlily Itataa 1
Tho Best of Attendance, tho Beat Situa
tion and tho Finest Meals in this City
Honolulu, Hawaiian Islands
Principal Parts ot tlio World,
Transact a General Banking,
I am now prepared to Move ForciCati
in bettor Hlinpo than any other ezi,?u
concern in tho city, as I have a WAC'Ql
largo enough to movo a whole hoosofn'
of Furniture at ono load.
I havo tho latest PIANO MOVING
APPARATUS and guarantee to move
Pianos without scratching, to any part of
tho city for 82.50. I am a ruatler and
don't caro who knows it; am always to
bo found at my Stand,
Cor, Nuuanu & King Streets,
' Telephone 2-15.
prtSTl move my Furnituro SO FAST
that it makes my competitors SWEAT
to oven look at me.
Yours for Business only,
and 48 ilami of 70
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fire oI2 m list Biuliliims.
of 9 trotters nnd 2 paccn
Flight, 2:29; doml
z:is;s; urn tiect,
of I'ralrle IllfC
f Iowa Cnur jtS- ....
Sire of j lu jyo list
Flight, 2!9j Rhnmrock U)',,TiN8LEY Maid
2:2); aud ilnins of Monroo
Slro of Tun, s-:o; Em
pcess, f.xVii and diuns of 0
dam of Creole, 7:j IDaugiitzr.
For Rent or Lease.
A tWO RLfirV JillltflinfT An Nimnn aImaaA
opposite Loveli Bakery.
A. V. GEAR.
LYCDRGDS LODGING HOUSE
TOURISTS AND OTnEKS VJBITING
Illlo can And sultaMc board and lodirinr b
calling on JOHN LYGUHOU8. J
In connection with tho above he can (qdd)t
jou with " J
Foreign and Domestic Fruits.
Clears and Tobacco,
Cool Drinks, etc.
Wholesale and Retail
98 Fort Streot, Honolulu
Telephoner 2U P.O. Box 470
. iul tf
(Successor to Chos. Hammer.)
Kino and Fokt Streets,
Is propared to manufacture all kinda
and grndes of Hand-mado Harness at
LOWK8T OK I'KICES FOR CASH.
All work guaranteed to bo satisfactory
boforo leaving tho shop. rj.3m
PITY FURNITURE STORE
: and :
TTTARING BLOCK, COR.
vv Fort and Beretauia Sts.
Day Tolophono : : : .- 84G
gt : : : : 849
H. H. Williams,
Jose Do Espirito Santo,
GUITAR g MAKER
Taro-Patch and Ukulele Guitars
Mado of Hawaiian Woods.
130 Fort Street Opposite Club Statics,