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Foreign Office Notice.
Salo cf Government Lots on Thurston
Avenus, South Slops Punchbowl
Hill, Honolulu, Oahu.
This day hul sud-onco of the
l'reaidout Mr. H. yhimnmura, Ilia
Imperial Jupuuoso Miijeaty's Dip
lomatic Ayout and CoiihuI Geucr
al, who presented his credentials
from Ilia Majesty tlio Emperor
nocreditiug linn in tlio capacity of
Minister Ue.sii.eut in tlio -Republic
In presenting tho nutogrnph
letter of tlio Emperor, Mr. Shima
Mil. Phesidust: The Consulato
Goncnil of Japan in Hawaii hua
been raised to tbo rank of Liga
tion, nnd it lma pleased ilia 1m
pt rial Majos-ty, My August Master,
to deai(,'iia'o tin as ilia Minister
Iteaitletit, to reaido in tbo Itopub
lie of Hawaii.
Permit mo, Mr. President, in
presenting my credentials, to ex
press my sincere appreciation of
tbo peraonal and olliciul courtusiea,
b.tborto oxtonded to me, both by
jouroelf and by tbo ollicinla of
your government, in my capucity
as Consul General oud Diplomatic
Aont; and 1 expresa the hope
nnd heMcf tbnt th-.'sf) pl"T'nt per
aoiinl and ollieial amemtiea may bo
continued in my new uud more
extended relations witb your gov
1 nv.iil myself of this occasion
to uaauie you of my sincere desire
tor your future health and wel
fare. To which the President replied:
It is gratifying to me, Mr. .Min
ister, that your Government, in
vi-Mv of th lan-e number of your
couutiyineu who are resident heie,
luu seen tit to raise the Consulate
General uf Jipan i,i ILuvuii to
tbo rank of Legation. And it ia
very acceptable to mo and this
Government that Uia Imperial
Mnjeaty has designated yourself,
whom wo haw t,o lonu ami h,,
favorably know n both ollicially and
socially, a the one to receive this
I thank you for your expres
Bi'ons of good will to mysolf per
soually, and 1 ask youto convoy
to your government our satisfac
tion over its uctiou in increasing
the importance of the oflico repro
penting it in this eouutry, and to
His Imperial Majesty my good
wishes for bin continued health
and for tbo pro-tpority of the
nation over which ho so ably pre
I congratulate you, Mr. Minis
ter, upon your promotion.
On TUESDAY, May 23, 1897,
at 12 o'clock noon, at tbo front
entranco of tho Executive Build
ing, will bo Bold at Public Auc
tion Five Govornmout Lots,
situato on tbo makai side of
Thurston avenue, opposite tbo
reaidenco of H. D. Jobuaon and
near Wilder avenue, South Slope
Punchbowl Hill, Honolulu, Oahu,
and numbered from 020 to C21.
Upot Price: Lot 020, $400;
Lot 621. S750: Lot 022. S750: Lot
(523. $500; Lot 624, S400.
These lota have a frontngo of
100 to 120 feet on Thurston
avenue and depth of 175 to 300
feet according to location.
1'he conditions of salo of tbeso
Lots aro as follows:
One fourth of tho purchase
price to be paid at tho fall of tho
hammer and tbo balance iu equal
payments iu one, two and threo
years, witb interest, at the rate of
six per cent por annum.
The purchaser to join with tho
Minister of tbo Interior in an
Agreement of sale, containing tbo
following conditions aud stipula
tions: 1. Tbo purchaser to bavo imme
diate rigiu or puoaeaiiion.
2. To build a residence on tho
promises aud to live therein before
tlio expiration of threo years from
date of Agreement.
3. To pay tuxes on the premises
from tbo date of the Agreouiout,
upon tlio full value thereof.
4. Tbo agreomout not assign
able. 5. Purchase price may bo paid
in full at anv tinio durincr the
said three years, thoieby stopping
G. At tho expiration of threo
years from tho date of tbo ngreo
ment, if tho conditions of the
mime shall bavo been performed,
a Land Patent ahall bo delivered
to the purchaser or bis heirs.
Map showing tbo abovo lota
can be seen at tho Iuterior Do-
partmout, Houolulu, Oahu.
J. A. KING,
Minister of tbo Interior.
Interior Office. April 21, 1897.
simply a low atone curbing. The
Attorney General ia right in this
raattor. There is uoither beauty
nor utility iu tho fence, nnd it is a
roguhir bill of oxpenso for ropaira
and paint. Surely his colleagues
in the Govornmont will ngreo with
tho Attorney General in this mat
ter, ao that tbo photographora may
bo warned to prcaervo thoir nega
tives of tbo placo, as it haa been
aud now is, so as to bo ablo to sup
ply future demands for relics of
the ante-progresaivo oia. Actiou
iu this mattor by tho Governraont
would no doubt give a decided im
petus to tho private movement for
abolishing fences, at lenst iu urban
quarters, as they nro only n useless
expouso to people of moderate
means, aud, in oven their beat
styleB, an oruamont of question
able taato to tho manorial groundB
of the alliuent.
THIHTY yi:mis a pki.ntkk.
Tbo aulogroph Letter of His
Mnjesty tbo Emporor is bb fol
By tho Graco of Heavon Emperor
of Japan and seated on the
Throne occunied bv thn nnmo
Dynasty from time immemorial,
To Mr. Sinford B. Dole, Pre
anient of the It-public of Hawaii,
Our Great and Good Friend.
Being animated by tho desire
to maintain and promote tli rela
tions of friendship and good un
derstauding ao happily existing
between our respective countries,
We do hereby appoint Shimamu
ra,' Hitachi, Jugoi, Fourth claas
ot tue imperial order of the Itising
Suu. who is at uresent residing in
Tour country, in the capacity of
unr oontui ueuerul ami L plo
matic Agent, to be our Minister
Itoaident, to resido in tho llo
publio ot Hawaii.
From a knowledge of his fideli
ty, assiduity and intelligence, Wo
bavo entlro confidence that ho
will render himself acceptable
to You and We request
that you will give full
credence to whatever ho shall sny
in Our name.
We take this opportunity to as
sure VOU of our moot ninnurn
friendship, aud of Our aulont
wishes for l'our health und wd
Given at our Palnco in Tokio,
this Gth day of the 4tb Mouth of
tbo 30th year of tho Meiji, corres
ponding to the two thiiiwiud five
hundred nnd fifty. seventh ytar
from the Coronation of tho Em
Seal of tho Empire
Count Okuma SmaBNoiiu,
Minister for Foreign Affairs.
S. .M. DAMON,
Minister of Foreign AfT.tira nd
Foreign Ofiice, Honolulu, April
3i, 1807. fisM-u ,
Holder of water privileges, or those
inking water rutes, are hereby noti
fied t hut tlio hours for irrigation pur
pose ure from 6 to 8 o'clock a. si. uud
front 4 to 6 o'clock l. M.
Snot. Honolulu Waier Works.
Approval: J. a. Kino, Minister of
Honoluu, H. r., April 6, 1897.
OFKiOK OK ItoAKI) OK HKALTir,)
Ho.MiMJUJ, H I., April HI, P97. )
At u ineellnn'if tlio Board, held tills
date, William O. Smith, K-ij , was
uleeled President of tlio Board of
He tit h, vice Henry E. Cooper, E?(j.,
See.returj of Board of Health.
51? Evet)T)t) Bulletin
DANIEL LOGAN, Editor.
SATUItDAY, APRIL 24, 1897.
Attorney General Smith plows
with onthuaiat-ra when betrayed
into a description of the United
States capital. Washington ia a
beautiful city, and, well known na
the fact ia, testimony to its beau
ties is always fresh when coming
from a recent visitor. One thing
in particular Mr. Smith almost
ravos about. Thero is not a pub
lic building in Washington on
closed by a feuco. Fences aro out
of date in that, as in other large
Ameneau cities, also upon private
(lemesnoa. Mr. Smith is eager to
Imvo the roform, already initiated
by a few residents of Honolulu,
proceed uutil it shall 'becomo the
universal rule. Ho sees a good
opportunity for tho Government
to fall into lino, in the necessity
of removing tho fonco sur
rounding the Judiciary builtliiiL'
yard, for tbo widoning of Mnlu
laui street. When it ia taken
down he would bavo it left down,
and tho rest of tho fonco
also razed to tho ground.
Iu ils placo Mr. Smith would have
llnllrllii Dtlllnr Anions tlio Ink Ilnr
Today is tho thirtieth anni
versary of the initiation of tho
presont editor of tho Bulletin,
whoso namo appears, according
to law, "in a conspicuous part of
tho paper," to tho printing buai
noss. In tho first nearly oight
years in which he waa confined
excluaivoly to the "art preserva
tive of all arts," tho subject of
theao autobiographic reminis
cences handled tho "leaden mea-
seugers of thought," aud manipu
lated hand, treadle and steam
pres-es iu several printing offices
of Nova Scotia, besides ono of the
leading book aud job printing
houaea ofNow England.
Begiuniug to write for tho pa
pers, first in alight correspondence
and next bv reoucst of tiin mlStnr
employing him, twenty-three years
auo. he entered resnonsihlH rdi-
torial work on the first of Janua-
rv. 1875. and ha nnvnr ununnnrl-
ed it aiuco excepting while travel
ing to mo Hawaiian Islands in
1884. Chief editor of two wookly
papers in Nova Scotia, ono of
which tho Eastern Chioniolo
baa been a leading j'ournal for
more than fifty years, ho j'oinod
tho editorial staff of tho Montreal
Daily Witness in 1880, and is still
an occasional contributor to that
paper. Part of tho timo he was
thero ho waa editor, bosidos, of
two WOeklv rmniirn iunnnrl mtt nf
tlio Witness ofiice.
The writer has in his timo been
tho tolegraphio correspondent of
two daily papers in tho city of
Halifax, and tho pnid contributor,
under either permanent or special
arrangeraonta, of the Halifax
Morning Chronicle, tbo New
York Herald, tho Now York
World. tllR Los Alinnlno
Timea, tbo San Frnucisco Bulletin,
the Louisville Courier-Journal,
tbo Sydney, N. S. W., Bulletin,
mo japan uozetto, the Pans L'll
lustration and tbo Hawaiian Star.
Abo editor of tho Houolulu Bul
letin, under aovornl ilintinfl nu-. ,-..
ships; tho Honolulu Daily Herald,
hia own property; tho Hawaiian
Daily Gazette, tho Pacific Com
mercial Advortiaer, on this asso
ciate and manammr nditnr nii.lHm
initial series of the Independent.
It is in no vain or egotistical
spirit that this outline of an ardu
ous career amidst tho ink barmls
is given. But the day that marks
the completion of tho period
of a whole generation, in
employment briuging the sub
ject into iutiinnto relations with
tho public of many lands,
is more than a birthday. The
emotion it chiefly produces is one
of profound gratitude for tho
measure of health that haa enabled
one who, to use a homely down
east expression, was not "nouriu
strong" at tho outset to not only
work nam for all tbeso thirty
years, with fow aud slight inter
ruptions of illness and uono of
nccident. but to bold bin nwn in
. . . . i
a measurable degree, with many
contemporaries who had more
educational advantagea than woro
afforded by the old gray school
houe, hiddon among the spruce
woods, from which lie graduated
in midterm, accompanied by kind
tokens of roward from a weo bit
of a scboolm'am, when tho suows
...... .i.'.t..'K til win Hilling "l
1807, beforo thorn waa a Dominion i
ot uauadH, in the uikol whose poli
tics bo first imbrued his hands
and whose olec'toral suffrages ho
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