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THURSDAY JULY 18; 1901,
Thurston Is lust the mnn to present
Ills cnmpalgn of personal cplte In
Washington. He knows how It feeU
to be kicked out.
The business snap shown In the
Ilonrd of Health meeting Indicates that
under Its new organization this Im
portant department Is receiving what It
most needs, business administration.
The Advertiser Onds that an extra
ordinary rise Is registered In the mean
sea level about the Island or onnu.
Strango to say It docs not suggest
Humphreys ns being responsible tor It,
The Acting Governor omitted a very
Important point In his message refer
ring to the bond Issue authorized by
the Itepubllc of Hawaii. Does he know
of any bank or Individual that will
buy tho bonds J
Attorney Hankcy representing the
contempt lawyers llnds tho atmosphere
of the Federal Attorney General's
olflce sufficiently cool to offset nny
hot weather ho tuny have encountered
In his travels.
Democrats of Ohio met, nominated
otneers nnd adjourned without offering
a slngfo bouquet to Dryan or Bryan
lcm. Bryan, though a thoroughly
honest mnn has proved himself a poli
tical hoodoo rather than a Moses.
Think of It. After having run tho
gauntlet of the Legislature It remains
to the Intelligent Actilng Governor to
make a mess of tho appropriation bill.
Not even the "biased" Attorney Gen
eral or the odlclcl organs can find any
excuse to offer In defense.
The haggling policy of the Chief
Executive toward tho Agricultural De
partment Is consistent with Its es
tablished policy toward Federal de
partments. Cooper's afterthought of a
public park In order to block the work
of Jared Smith would bo amusing l(
It were not so transparent and thor
To keep Its hands oft factional fights
Ir, a well established rule of the Admin
istration In Territories where tho wnr-
fare has no direct influence In the na
tional sphere of action. As pointed out
by the Bulletin some time ago, Ila
wail must fight out Its battles right
here. Federal officials 1m o enough tu
occupy their tlmo without picking up
every picayune row that the small Ter
ritory of Hawaii sees lit to set on root.
Th people will rulo eventually not
wthstnndlng the efforts of a blgottcd
clique to prevent it.
THE UNSKILLED LABORER.
"But unskilled labor finds It very
bard to support Itself."
This excerpt from the acting man
ager's report of the Associated Churl
tics Is worthy of serious contempla
tion by thoso citizens who And them
helves able to accept with a satisfied
nlr the situation as presented by In
ability of the government to carry
on public work becauso of a lack ot
funds. How much more difficult Is It
for unskilled labor to find employ
ment with gangs of workmen on the
roads being laid oft In steadily Increas
ing numbers. What a distressing situ
ation the unskilled laborer will face
when In the near future all public
work will stop as It must when the
treasury reaches the limit toward
J which tho treasurer's statement shows
It to be steadily trending.
Families whoso Income depends on
the product ot unskilled labor find
themselves suffering the pinch of
poverty with tho prospect of appealing
to charity to relieve tneir uistress. in
small store keeper soon reaches tho
limit of credit he can grant, bank
ruptcy confronts him Lnd the sales of
the wholesalers arc reduced. As a rule
tho heads of the larger bouses are
supplied with sufficient funds to tide
' them over a lengthy period of financial
depression, but a reduction tof receipt!
means the dismissal of ctcrus, wno
can ill afford the loss of salary as the
unskilled labor hts dally stipend.
All this means additional drafts on
tho business community for charity,
distress In the homes ot deserving
poor, discontent among tho people at
large, poverty In the midst of a country
of great resources and wealth, and It
Is brought about through tho Indiffer
ence, laziness or plgheadedness of
uT ' menwho ought' to know better, who
s if they will but put Jhetr shouldcc to
the wlicelB, public Industry will moo
, forward and tho people rejoice In tho
prosperity which tho resources of the
Are tho officers of the Territory to
remain thus criminally negligent to de
mands of the unskilled labor and the
best Interests of every hard working
OAHU PRISON PULL.,
The United States Marshal has been
notified by High Sheriff Drown that the
facilities of Oahu Jail are exhausted
, nnd that no more Federal prisoners
can bo accommodated until some , of
the present boarders are released.
Should there come a number of serious
violations of the Federal laws, tho only
recourse would bo to rent rooms tor
the prisoners and placa them under
The Acting Governor has extended
the present extra session forthe'pcrlod
..,. ilrnf. nn.l tht. I nvlcitnti.rA ta
uncertain ns to how lt wlll.net.. -fThel
Rpnnlo nl 10:4S nVtock.'. idlourned. tin- 1
til tomorrow to think of the matter
and tho" House will decide thls after
noon Just what-lo .do In the pYcmfscs
There is dissension and the parties
are split In their opinions. It seems to
I bo the general Impression that now the
Acting oovernor nas exicnueu me ses
sion, It will be Incumbent on tho mem
bers to nttendtthe sessions. The legal
ity of the nctlon and Its conformity
with the Organic Act Is another aucs
tlon. The Acting Governor has also sign
ed both the appropriation bills with
the exception of the Item of $20,000 for
a site for the Hospital for Incurables
nnd both houses have sustained this
action of Mr. Cooper.
When the Senate met this forcnoorf,
the private secretary of the Acting
Governor was waiting at the door with
an armful of messages from the Gov
ernor. After prayer and the calling of
tho roll, the private secretary prcsont
ed the messages to President Knlue
nnd they were rend In the order above,
with the exception of the proclamation,
which came last.
Mr. Achl reported for tho Joint com
mittee tlmt was appointed Tuesday, to
the effect that the Acting Governor
bad been called on nnd advised of tho
readiness of the Legislature to adjourn.
At this, Mr. Cooper lt'Cil advised the
committee to wait until his messages
had been received on Thursday.
Mr. Achl moved that tho action of
the Acting Governor re) at he 'to his
signing of the two appropriation bills
nnd his vctoling of the Hospital fur
Incurables Item, be sustained. Second
ed by Mr. Knlauokolanl.
Mr. C. Brown stated that the Item
vetoed by'tho Acting Governor did not
constitute n party meastlre'Mt wns one
In which all lunula had iji jned and nf
ter all, Its Insertion or otherwise In tho
bill wab only a dlffeienco of opinion
between the .Acting Governor nnd tho
Legislature. Had tho Acting Governor
vetoed any other Item he wns not sure
h hither or no he would vote for It.
He would support the motion to sus
tain the action of the Governor.
The chair put the motion, which was
Mr. C. Brown then addressed the
Senate ns to . the proclamation. He
spoke, In brief as follows: "The proc
lamatlon of the Acting Governor ex
tending the present session, hns been
read. He has the po.ver to do It as
Governor, Acting Governor or what
ever he may be. It seems to me that It
Is the duty of the Legislature to ineet
fur the consideration ot appropriation
bills and appropriation bills only that
may be brought up during the fourteen
days' extension. We havo one measure
that demands especial attention the
appropriation bill providing for Items
to be paid out of the $799,000 bond Is
sue. The bill as I Introduced It was
Indefinitely postponed and,, under our
rules nnd under parliamentary proce
dure, cannot be taken up again for con
sideration. In a special session, It
could havo been brought up again. I
fall to see how we can do what tho Act
ing Governor asks with these facts
staring us In the fuce. I don't want an
extra session or an extension of this
session for I havo had enough Legisla
ture to last me ail the rest of my life.
The only way 1 see out of-this matter
Is for us to meet here and let the
House originate the bill, Wo might
be able to do It In that way.
Mr. White said: "We cannot con
sider thoso Items again. They nro
dead. Who Is to blame for this pres
em mix-up? None bu tho Acting Gov
ernor, who has sat up there In his
dignity, false dignity or nny, other kind
ot dignity. Let's take action now In
stead of prolonging this discussion. :
movo wo adjourn sine die. No. 1 with
drnwthatnnd movo that' we Indefinitely
postpone the action of the Acting Gov
crnor In tho matter of the unpaid
bills and the extension nf tho session."
There was further discussion on this
point and then the Senate adjourned
until tomorrow in order to have, tlmo
o think over tho matter.
J. M. VIVAS
1 Attorney at Law
& Notary Public.
Agent to Grant Marriage Licenses.
Financial and Real Estate Agent.
.. .j. .j.
POST OFFICE LANE
HONOLULU, T. H,
JEL MAIN 115.
PO. BOX 412.
Telephone to All Parts of .the Island.
KEALAKEKUA, - HAWAII
J. G. IIENRIQUES, PROr.
Horses and Carriages
To tho Volcano or the Mountains.
An excellent chance Is offered for .
6EB THE COUNTRY.
Carriages meet tho S. B. Mauna Loa
at Kallua and take passengers overland
to Hookena, where the steamer Is met
PACIFIC, HARDWARE CO.,
SOLE AfiENTS FOR
DIAMOND HEAD GASOLINE
, In specially coated tins and tieavv
cases t prevent leakage t '. :
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An Invoice ta anlvt on llw
A Full Line of Dixon's
One Style Out of Many
of a new
UP - TO -
Stylish, roomy and comfortable.
Standard Goods. None Better.
SCHUMAN'S CARRIAGE REPOSITORY,
W. W; WRIGHT
Spacious -New Qnariers
i at the junction of
KING and SOUTH STS
I Buggies, Phaetons, Wagons and
Vehicles of all sorts
"4 ll 3riH CV fill Ja
CARRIAGE MATERIALS AND
TRIMMINGS ; a full stock always on hand
Carriage Repairing, Black
smithing, Painting, Sign
KING -AND SOUTH
Agent to grant Marriage Licenses and
' General Business Agent.
Office. Mclnerny Block next to C. I, Falk.
"NlJlMMl" now duo.
FORT AND ALAKEA.
P. O. BOX. 664
made to order,
Writing, E,tc.,r,.Etc. : : ; J
(,OBKtlY TUB tAOU)
OYSTER AND CHOP HOUSE.
OPEN MIGHT AND DAY.
BIUY lUNOORIN, Piopiltloi.
HOTEL STREET, near Nuuanu, not dool to Haddy
Ryan'i "Encon" ibi-i
Commission of Public Lands
On and after August 19th, 1901, at
tno offlci of J. Knelemakule, Katlua,
North Honk,. Hawaii, Jtfay be npplled
for under conditions of the Land. Act
bLl895, as continued In force by'"An
Act'to provide' n Government for the
Territory of Hawaii" for night of
Purchase Leases and more particularly
ietv'foHh''und'e'rPart VII of said Land
f, The following lots situate In the
blstrlcts' of "North and South Kona,
Island rifHawalir '
lot. Mac. ltlon ot Unl Ant Vlu
i6 ii KoUkcbt N. Kona ij.ioAc. S n
Kataina S. Kona )) jo " Jl oo
O e'emoana & Opthl-
nan a. nona
" tt.jo " J89.M
i.vo " aij.
" l; to " ll.tl
M ao.jo " lof.jo
46.M " ilto
J0.00 " mso
' " 5I.I" "5
" 4).SO " !
' 85.50 " 310
Kukutopat S. Kona n.c8 " js.ii
l.o " 34-C9
" l6.to " 46o
M IT.00 M 4 50
Each applicant may not acquire more
than ono lot.
QUALIFICATION OF APPLICANTS.
Must be 18 years of age, n citizen of
or have taken out certificate of decla
ration of becoming ,n citizen of the
United States ot America.
CONDITIONS OF RIOHT OF PUIl
Term: Twcnty-ono years.
Rental: Eight per cent, on the ap
praised value given In lease, payahlo
The Lessee must from the end of
tho first to the end 6t tho fifth year
continuously maintain his home on
the leased' premises.
The Lessee must have In cultivation
at the end ot three years five per cent.
nnd at the end of five years ten per
cent, of his holding, and maintain on
agricultural land an average of ten
trees to the ncre.
Pastoral land must be fenced.
Interest In Illght of Purchase Lease
In not assignable without written eon
sent of .the. Commissioner of Public
j'.nnds; but the lease may be surrender
ed to the Government.
In case ot forfeiture or surrender of
Illght of Purchase Lease, reappraise
ment Is, made of the land nnd
ot permanent Improvements there
on and If the land is again
disposed of ,the Incoming tenant
shall pay for such. permanent Improve
ments nnd the amount when bo receiv
ed by the Government shall be paid
to tho surrendering lessee, v
CONDITION UNDER WHICH PUR
CHASE MAY BE MADE.
. At any time after third year ot lease
hold term, the Lessee is entitled to a
Land Patent giving fee simple title,
upon his payment ot the apprlased
value set forth In lease. If he has' re
duced to cultivation twenty-five per
cent, of his leased premises, and has
bubstantilly performed all other con
ditions of his lease.
For plan and further particulars ap
ply at' the Public Landi Offlce, Hono-
lulu.or at the Offlce of J. Kaelemakule,
Kallua, North Kona. Hawaii.
EDWARD S. BOYD.
Commissioner of Public Lands.
Honolulu, July lGth, 1901.
Office of the Commissioner of
On. and after this date no application
will be received from any employee of
this Commission, appointive or otherwise,
for the purchase lease or other disposition
of Public Lards, nor will any person who
may be acting for this Commission in the
disposition of Public Lands under any
system recognized by the Laws of Hawaii
be allowed to bid or become the purchaser
of the same.
Honolulu, T.H., July ijth, loot,
(slzned) EDWARD S. BOYD,
Commissioner of Public Lands.
(Signed) HENRY E. COOPER.
i8o''i Acting Governor.
Henry R. Worthiogton
and Fort Streets.
TEL,. MAIN 190.
Engineers aid' Builders of
. . . '
Pumping Engines. Elect-
, I rijally Driven Pumps,
v jower Pumps, Centrifugal
- "Pumps and Water' Meters.
H .L t v t
, Large stock of small pumps
on hand for all services
Pacific Heights Electric Railway.
jCimmendng today (June 35th) all the
can on Pacific Hfluhts hlectrlc Railway
will start from Nuuanu Avenue Station
connecting with all Tiamways Cars. .
Architects, CMtnetm and Binders.
Edward R. Swain,
SAN FRANCISCO. .
lV. MOFFrfAHN.- ''
' AND BUILDERS.
po. Bo tfo
Geo.W. Page. ? .TelA229
F.'W.'BeardsIee.' P.tJ. Box' 778
Irchltects & Builder
Office, Rooms 2-4, Arlington Annex,
Honolulu, T, H.
Sketches and Correct Estimates fur
nished on Short Notice. V 1111
OF ALL KINDS. .
Dealers in Lumber and Ooal,
Queen Street, Honolulu.
C .TRACTOR AND
Jobbing promptly attended to.
H. F. BBRTBLMA1V8
To rear of old stand. Entrance on
King street. Orders left at either shop
or offlce nt John Nott's store, King
street, will recclvo prompt attention.
Chinese and Japanese firms.
Fine English and American Goods
Gs Hotel street, and
Hotel hear Nuuanu
P O.BoXQti. TSL-MHITlqli
T. KAT6UNUMA & Co.
A. K. OZAWA. Maun'.
ttmpttur.omtr. Rosa, , st alalia Sprickala idllS.
Ullta' lclrt cltanci. Clothing
dianaf, dyel and npalrtd. '
Sulttmajf to oiler,
Fit ruaranlttJ, Loatitp.ka.
Fori StrMt, otir Kukul, ud
nr Orpbtun Tbtattr,
. PrlctK Ctt intir ont tutt, tic
io-6w Dying tutl St.ft
to suit everv
taste and every
purse : : : :
Lewers & Cooke,
W. H. THONE, Proprietor.
A. Harrison Mill Co.
ESTIMATES FUBMSHID ON All KINDS Of
Brick and Stone Work
Manufacturers of Doors, Sashes and
Frames, Bllras, Mouldings, Brackets, and
All Kinds of Wood Work. Finish Turning
r . ,.,..,. KAWAIAHAO ST., KEWALO,
Tel. White 1221 P. O. Box w.
COTTON BROS. & CO.
ENGINEERS AND : : :
Plant aojtulmalti'lunlihel for alfclaittt ol '
ROOM 3M. BOSTON BLOCKT, . HONOLULU
New Map of Oahu.
CoispHtd liom Government Suiviya an j Chant,
Matt ol Suiar Planuilont. Rallwt) t, and Other
Kellabl. Sourcet. thb map is )3. inches,
with artistic colcrlngs and neat mountlnzt. male
Inn a veiy useful at well at ornamenial wall map
THE PRICE OF THE MAP IS $10.00, Copies Can
bt obtain! d from
JAS. T. TAYLOR,
P. O. Doi too- y Jodd Bull Jin j. Hr-nolulut T. II.
or HAWAIIAN NEWS CO.. LTD
Honolulu Iron Works Co
Improved and modern SUGAR 5IA
CHINEIIV of every capacity nnd de
scription made to order. Boiler work
and ItrV'ETED PIPES for Irrigation
purposes a specialty. Particular atten
tion paid to JOB WORK, and repairs '
executed at' shortest notice.
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