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Commission of Public Lands
Irchitects, Contractors and Btlldm.
I BUFORD IN If I
Edward R. Swain,
Published Every Day Except Bunday,
at 210 King Street, Honolulu,
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MADE A SLOW TRIP OF
NINE DAYS FBOM COAST
Brings Many Passengers Enroute for
Guam and the Philippines-Teachers
and Civil Engineers
FRIDAY JULY 19, 1901,
Pas the appropriation bill and auth
orize tho payment of lust debts of tlio
Territory. This duty of the Legisla
ture. Is as clear today eis It was be
fore the Acting Governor Jumped Into
tho fray to create more contentions.
Judging from tho remarks of the
Advertiser Thurston scorns to think
tho affidavits of his meek and lowly
followers will pass muster In Wash
ington. He will nnd however that
there nre no nollo prosequi biased
Attorney Generals In Washington.
Meteorologist Lyons In his weather
review for the month of Juno says:
"At Walmea, Hawaii, tho main stream
Is lower than ever known bcfoio owing
to tho denudation of Kohala mountain
forest, destroying natural reservoirs."
With reports like this comlpg with In
creasing regularity thcro aro still men
who remain Indifferent to tho neces
sity of active effort to preserve tho for.
The army traunport lluford from
San Francisco arrhed hero this morn
ing after a trip of about nine days.
The vessel Is crowded with officers,
their families and teaibers und engi
neers nil for Ouain and tho Philip
pines. Sho will tako coal here and get
away about Sunday on her long voy
The passenger IIbI as furnished the
Bulletin through the courtesy of the
quartermaster's clerk. Is as follows:
C. II. Davis, Major Sub. Dcpt., Mrs.
C. B. Davis, Master Lamont Davis, J.
N. Allison, Major. Sub. DcpL, Mrs. J.
N. Alllron, Miss Marlon Allison Mas
ter Philip Allison, Master Malcolm Al
lison, Master Stanton Allison, Mrs. J.
Wholley, Mrs. Charlott Whallcy, P. S.
Palmer, clerk to MaJ. Allison, N. II.
Cregar, Captain & Q. M U. S. A., D.
F. Choatham, Capt Q. M. D., L. K.
aracs, Capt. U. S. Vols., Mrs. L. K.
Grfuca, Fred A. Washburn, Jr. MaJ.
Surg. Vols., H. II. Wilkinson, Capt. A.
S. Vols.. F. II. Sparrcngcr, Capt. A. S.
Vols., Mrs. F. Ill Sparrcnbcrger, F. C.
Jackson, Ciipt. A. S. Vols., Mrs. C. R.
QUI, Miss Clara Gill, Miss Martha GUI,
Miss Grace GUI, Ed Sinks, Capt. A. S.
Vols., Frank D. Stone, Dental Surg. U.
S J. C. Whlnnery, Dent. Surg. U. S.
A.. Geo. L. Mason, Dent Surg. U. S.
,., John M. Ilrlstcr, Surg. U. S. N.,
Frank L. Crone, Teacher, Miss Josc
phlno Hector, Nurse Army, Miss Jes
sie 'M. Drown, Nurse Army, Miss A. A.
Hcbemcyer, NurBo Army, Mrs. W. E.
Dougherty, Miss Aim Louis Connor,
Mr. Louis Dougbtery, Mrs. J. II. Ale-
shlrc. Master Joseph Aloshlre, Miss
Margaret Aleshlre, Miss Dorothy Ale
sblrc, Mrs. II. I). Duck, Miss Pauline
Duck, Miss Allco lluck, Miss Paulino
Duck (maid). Master Beaumont Buck,
Mrs. Ira L. Fredendall, Mrs. Ira C.
Brown, Miss Rose Brawn, Miss Flor
ence Brown, Miss Delia E. Clinton,
teacher, Mrs. J. C. Minor, Mr. Lance
Miner, W. J. Allen, clerk Sub. DepL.
E. W. Astelle, clerk Cap. Cregar, Mrs.
E. W. Astelle. Mrs. C. F. llorton, Miss
Mary Helen Fee, teacher. Miss Emma
Ross, teacher, Miss Mlra E. Rosa,
teacher. Miss Mary Ella Runech, teach'
Tho Acting Governor and the Leg
islature have succeeded In creating
confusion worse confouuded. A pub
lic mess when the situation demands
Tho only saving quality In the Gov
ernor's position Is a very proper re
quest that tho Lcglslaturu shall auth
orize tho payment of Just debts against
tho Territory as represented by bills
against the toveral departments. Tho
absence of these bills from the regular
appropriation bill seems to bo an Un
intentional oversight often found in
legislative proceedings. There Is
every reason why these bills should
bo paid. No good reason can be
offered for what amounts to a practical
repudiation for a period of two years.
The whole difficulty has Its source
In the foolish proposal of the Acting
Governor to extend the session for the
consideration of a bonding measure
which has been once voted down and
that by bis own party. Furthermore, , A , Crocker, teacher. Miss
the whole proposition Is conUngent phlmnda, p. lUwl. teacher. Miss M. C.
upon a supposition war, me rrowaoui purcel, teacher, H. C. De Lano, J. C.
may endorse the plan to use JO year Hu d Ed . Keyeg c Dleck gUal
B. Patterson, Horaco W. King, R. C.
Wheeler, Clarence F. Horton, C. W.
Kendall, J, R. Hogg. Denzll II. Taylor,
William P. Cregar, Ed P. Schumann,
Joseph G. Holcombc, Charles II. Farn-
liatn, Wolclt McLean Beard, A. 11.
Perkins, Maurlco Goodman, R. B. Man-
tar, Civil Engineers; Will B. Tipton,
Interpreter; Charles Rlcvcly, Int. Rev.
Scr. P. I. Hon., Chas. II. Bridges, 1st
Lieut 22nd Inf.
Besides theso thcro nio 21 enlisted
men of the Hospital Corps and 60 reg
ulars for Company L, 4th Infantry,
Company F, 12th Inf., and tho 3rd Bat.
tallon of tho 30th Infantry under the
charge ot Lieut Bridges,
bonds of the Republic ot Hawaii when
the Organic Act makes provision only
for fifteen year bonds. What advant
age the President's ukase, provided it
Is favorable, will have, when the pro
posed bonds are without legislative
sanction, the Acting Governor has yet
to make manifest It is at best a
makeshift measure and whatever good
points It may have, tho sum total Is
not sufficient to warrant the blockade
which the Acting Governor has forced
with the Legislature.
The whole affair shows a failure of
the Acting Governor to keep In touch
with legislators even of his own party.
And apparently for no other purpose
than to make a bad matter worse the
Acting Governor sooks to Jam down
the throat of the Legislature a scheme
that It has already repudiated.
This bond scheme the Acting Qov
ernor now present baa been voted
down twice; both, times by Republi
cans. First In the adoption ot the re-
port made to tho Senate by Senator
Cecil Brown, second by the refusal of
Republican members of the conference
commltteo to adopt an amendment to
the appropriation bill offered by Rep
resentative Emmeluth. What more
docs the Acting Governor require to
convince him that he Is foisting an
unnecessary and unwarranted source
of contention upon the Legislature?
The Legislature has tho same priv
ilege to mako a ool ot Itself that the
Chief Executive has and this It will
do by refusal to authorize the payment
of Territorial debts contracted by the
In the Police Court this forenoon, Tong
Kong Hung, the Chinaman charged with
false Information, was discharged. Judge
Wilcox remarking that he did not believe
the Secretary of the Territory had any
right to Issue the certificate to the China
man, a complete story of which' transac
tion appears in another column.
P08T OFFICE IMPROVEMENT.
The windows at the postofflce have
been fitted up with steel lattice work,
which gives the employes on the in
side a more dignified appearance and
nt the general delivery window for
men promises better and quicker ser
vice This broad window has been
furnished with a steel lattice frame,
perforated by two email lottor win
dows. Tho alphabet will be divided
between theso two windows, the one
on the makal side for all neoplo whose
names begin with letters from A to L.
On the mauka side, the people from M
to Z will lino up. Two clerks will be
at hand to pass out the mall. With
this improvement, the line at the gen
eral dollvery window will be shorter
and salntller in deportment than hitherto.
At the annual meeting of the stockhold
ers of the Hawaiian Fertilizer Co.. Ltd.,
to-day, all the old officers were re-elected,
The report of the manager showed a pros
pero'is year, 13,750 tons of fertilizer having
A meeting of the Planters' Association
will be held this afternoon, at which Wm,
Haywood will be present to discuss the
various matters which brought him home
for TEN DOLLARS.
Tlioiinurnl h 1 vm Imtii i him'
tilteirtuiiliuiiuB lur l hit
mall ri. Or eat et in
Yvntlouol 1 1 A t. Friur
ItyAiiil comfort to liieriit
tli nrl InvriMimlrt
TUlMWa,1" rtTin full Infoniintlon tu,.t l.lniNW'dl
dlT on rlrl 2c "tamo ftiul HiUtulTt. i'all 'Vi.T.'ltf
J. M. VIVAS
Attoney at Law
& Notary Public.
Agent to Grant Marriage Licenses.
Financial and Real Estate Agent
POST OFFICE LANE
HONOLULU, T. II.
TEL. MAIN 115. P. O. BOX 412.
Telephone to All Parts of the Island.
KEALAKEKUA, - HAWAII
J. G. IIENKIQUKS, PKOP.
Horses and Carriages
, For Bxcurslons
To the Volcano or tho Mountains.
An excellent chance Is offered for
6EB THE COUNTRY.
Carriages meet the S. S. Mauna Loa
at Kallua and take passengers overland
to Hookena, where the steamer Is met
PACIFIC HARDWARE CO.,
SOLE AGENTS FOR
DIAMOND HEAD GASOLINE
In specially coated tins and heavv
caes to prevent leakage : : :
On and after August 19th. 1901, at
the office of J. Kaelemakulc, Kallua,
North Kona. Hawaii, may be applied
for under conditions of tho Land Act
of 1895. as continued In force by "An
Act to nrovldo a Government for the
Territory of Hawaii" for Right of
Purchase leases nnd more particularly
set forth under Part VII of said Land
The following lots sltuato In tho
Districts of North and South Kona,
Island of Hawaii:
tTANOENWAtU BID ,
mil WLwhu 1
WILKC PORCELAIN REFRIGERATORS
Samplra now en exhibition.
An Intolct la rrlvt n the nuuanu" now du.
A Full Line of Dixon's Graphite Products.
One Style Out of Many
of a new line of
Stylish, roomy and comfortable.
Standard Goods. None Better.
SCHUMANS CARRIAGE REPOSITORY,
MERCHANT ST., BET. FORT AND ALAKEA.
TEL. MAIN 205. P. O. BOX
W. W. WRIGHT
Spacious New Quarters
at the junction of
KINQ and SOUTH STS.
Buggies, Phaetons, Wagons and
Vehicles of all sorts made to order. : : : :
5 4 3
CARRIAGE MATERIALS AND
TRIMMINGS ; a full stock always on hand
Carriage Repairing, Black
smithing, Painting, Sign
Writing, Etc., Etc. ; : :
KING AND SOUTH
John A. tiasslngcr
Agent to grant Marriage Licenses and
1 General Business Agent.
Office. Mclnerny Block next to C. I. Falk,
Location of LanJ
Kalam S. Koni
Olrlomoana & Oslhl
nan a. Kona
l.ioAf. $ o
V HOFFMANN. J. F. RILEY.
Hoffman & Riley
Ettlmam FurnlthtJ. V. O. Boa 160
Geo. V. Pace Tel. 22$
P. W. Ileardslce. 1 0. Box 778
BBARD8LCe tf PAGE
Irchitects & Builder
Ofllco, Kooms 2-4, Arlington Annex,
Honolulu, T. II.
Sketches nnd Correct Kutluiates fur
nlsbed on Bhort Notice. 1441
u " " ai.jo ' jo.4,
I sf KukuloeaaS. Kona ti.o9 " js."
4 " " ll.O, " S4.o
6 M 16 m " at 00
t " " 1100" 4150
Kach applicant may not acquire moro
than one lot.
CJ-UALIKICATION OK Al'l'UCANTS.
Must be 18 years ot age, a citizen of
01 have taken out certificate of decla
ration of becoming a citizen of the
United States of America.
CONDITIONS OK ItldHT OK IUH
Term: Twenty-one years.
Rental: Eight per cent, on tho ap
praised value given In lease, payable
Tho Lessee must from the end of
the first to the end ot the llfth year
continuously maintain his home on
the leased premises.
Tin" lessee must havo in cultivation
at the end of three years five per cent,
and at tho end ot Ave jears ten per
cent, of his holding, and maintain on
agricultural land 1111 uvorago of ten
trees to tho acre.
Pastoral land must bo fenced.
Interest In Htght ot Purchase Lease
In not assignable without written con
sent of the Commissioner of Public
Uiuds, but the lease may be surrender,
ed to the Government.
In case of forfeiture or surrender of
Illgbt of Purchase- I.cabe, reappraise'
ment Is uiads of the land and
of ptrmanent Improvements thsre
on and If Lb land 1 again
dlsposad of .the incoming tenant
shall pay for such permanent Improve
ments and the amount when so receiv
ed by the Government shall be paid
to the surrendering lessee.
CONDITION UNDER WHICH PUR-
CIIASR MAY OB MADE.
At any time after third year of lease
hold term, the Lessee is entitled to a
Land Patent giving fee simple title,
upon his payment of the apprlased
value set forth In lease, If he has re
duced to cultivation twenty-five per
cent, of his leased premises, and has
substantllly performed all other con
ditions of his lease.
For plan and further particulars ap
ply at the Public Lands Office, Hono
lulu.or at the Office, of J. Kaelemakule,
Kallua, North Kona, Hawaii.
EDWARD S. BOYD,
Commissioner of Public Lands.
Honolulu, July 16th, 1901.
Office of the Commissioner of
On and after this date no application
will be received from any employe of
this Cotnmlsllon. appointive or othirwlse,
for the purchase lease or other disposition
of Public Lands, nor will any person who
may bt 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 15th, igoi,
(signed) EDWARD S. BOYD,
Commissioner of Public Lands.
(Signed) HENRY E. COOPER.
180 ' 'it Acting Governor.
. OF ALL KINDS. "v
dealers in Lumber and Goal
Queen Street, Honolulu.
P WTRACTOR AND
Jobbing promptly attended to.
1. F. BBRTBLMAN'6
To rear of old stand. Kntranco on
King street. Orders left nt cither shop
or ofllco nt John Nott's store, King
street, will receive prompt attention.
Cblnesa and Japanest Firms.
Fine English and Americai Goods
65 Hotel street, and
Hotel near Nuuanu
P O.Bot6i. TEL-whits on
(roRumy tki iaoii)
OYSTER AND CHOP HOUSE.
OPEN NIGHT AND DAY.
siiiv lUNoaoiN, Proprietor.
HOTEL STREET, ntar Nuuanu, rs.it door to fitly
Kyan a "cocora" aaip-ia
Henry R. Wortbiogton
aid Tert Streets.
TEL.. MAIN 196.
Engineers and Builders of
High Duty Direct Acting
and Crank and Fly Wheel
Pumping Engines. Elect
rically Driven Pumps,
Power Pumps, Centrifugal
Pumps and Water Meters.
Large stock of small pumps
on hand for all services
Pacific Heights Electric Railway.
Commencing today (June jthi all the
cars on Pacific Heights Electric Railway
will start from Nuuanu Avenue Station
connecting wun an 1 ramways t.ars.
T. KAT8UNUMA & Co.
A. (. OZAWA. Masar.
GENERAL BUSINESS AGENCY.
aasoraqr Otic.! Roe r eaatalro SsftcMi UUi.
H. T.I. 144.
LaJHa' aklrta claantd. Clothing
clun.4, d4 and rrpalrrd.
Suit nal. to orsar.
Fit fuarutMt. Lomtprlc.
Fort Strtot, Mar Kukul, and
n.ar Orahaura Ttxatn.
X to suit everv ,
4 taste and every
6 purse : : : :
I Lewers & Cooke. :
O LIMITED. X
W. H. THONE, Proprietor.
A. Harrison Mill Co.
SSTIMATIS PUtNISHIO ON All KINDS Or
Brick and Stone Work
Manufacturers of Doors, Sashes and
Frames, Blinds. Mouldings, Brackets, and
All Kinds of Wood Work, Finish Tumlnf
r 1 um.1. KAWAIHAO STa KEWALO,
Tel. White mi. P. O. Box ei.
COTTON BROS. & CO.
ENGINEERS AND : : :
Plana and titlmatei (umlihtd lor til claaatt ol
ROOM 300, BOSTON BLOCK, . HONOLULU
New map of Oahu.
Cooipll.d I from Govtrnmtnt Surwya and Chart,
n '.? '.?' 5U" Plantation!. Railway., and OUw
R.llaM. Souri. th map is Hna INCHla.
witn artlatlc coloring and mat nountrrif a, ntak'
Tt,H0bP'iS."a0r'.TH' MAP,S ,""' Ce" J
JAS. T. TAYLOR.
Honolulu Ironworks Co
Improved and modem SUQAR MA
OHINERY of every capacity and de
scription made to ordar. Rnil .l.
and nrVBTED PIPES for trrlotUon
purposes a epeciaity. Particular atten
tlon paid to JOB WORK, and repair
executed at shortest notice.