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agreement to this effect is attached to each garment: '
If, through any defect, the silk of this garment should split
or crack within Three Months from date of purchase, we agree
to replace It with a new petticoat.
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FILES DETAILED REPORT TO CHIEF JUSTICE
Judgo Wcavsr of the Court of Land
Registration. In his report to tlio Chief
Justice, speaks of the work of his court
It will bo recognized from the for -
going figures that the practice of rcg
(stcrlng land titles is growing fast.
It Is becoming moro and more the
practice for a buyer to Insist that the
purchase price shall Include the ex
penses of registering of tllto to the land
licforo the title Is transferred to htm.
The system of examination of tltlo
and accurately plotting of tho lot Is la
traducing a helpful system of accuracy
tmm ihA in.M .rfc-...-iiL
lions it Is often dlfflcult to determine
whether or not the goernment has J"? nml Commercial standpoint. It
been paid the taxes due on the land. ,la? occurred to me to suggest that Ho
The court Is repeatedly refusing to reg- n01"'" e selected by you ns a mcct
Istcr fee simple titles till the govern 'ng P'ac?, for ? Convention of United
ment commutation of one-fourth In Hoi B,atc Consular and Commercial
nolulu lands and one-third In county "font moro especially those Interest
lands has been commuted and a land Cl '" tho development of Commerce
patent Issued. Since tho great Jlamele wl ,,ho Countrlcs bordering on the
In 1818 tho government lias owned this a,c.J - . . ....
undivided Interest, and nothing has . .Wo arc. ,no,w connected with tho out
been done to enforce the payment of fldo,w,0$l, ? ch; 0,lr climate Is
this claim. It Is found thnt In prac- ncaUhful. tho hotel accommodations
tUe the refusal of the court to Issue a "o excellent and the steamship con
icrtlflcnte except with an express state- Tu.c n" nr Ed,iT1l? reP""cnta.
ment of this lien acts as an Inccnthc "e? frT ,,ne,I'acln CoaBt Po" of
to settle with the government. ? CJtlc,uc.c1n,1raI Aca' S?!".h Amcr
Tho jwtltloM doclop the fact that fa .w',h ,llclr exhibits could be read
remnants of government land In Hono- " ,aU,en. caro of by a small cruiser,
lulu have been occupied by prlvato par- Special steamship rates for merchants
lies for fifty years under claim of title. a"d ot,hcr ,cou.ld u,0 obtained. Sam
but without any legal title thereto. Ily P ? of goods, tho lead ng Imports of
railing the attention of tho government ?J,'lrc?t cmtf could bo shown,
to these defects, the parties are enabled f'ftnods of packing lllustratid. syB
to settle their claims with the govern- tcma of accounts and collections fully
ment and perfect their titles, or If the: exploited In fact, at least ten clays or
so desire to be warned against tho po. two " 1 bo most profitably
slblo loss by tho erection of Improve- pont ,wlln distinct advantage to tho
mcnls on tho land. Consular service and decided benefit
Tho uncertain question of street lines to "r merchants and manufacturers,
never strictly settled by anyone Is also "caonable notlco of tho Consular
brought to tho attention of tho gov convention could bo given, bo that ev
eminent nnd tho property owner; and c,ryf'"m.l"cnt business man In tho
the lino decided upon as tho Improve- UnltetI s,atc.s at a'1 Interested In tho
tnonia nro maH in th .i.M. n-h. commerce of tho Pacific would have
curacy required by tho court In this
matter togethjr with the rtiroful scrut-
my glvon to such matters by the Ter
rltorlal survey offlco Is a valuable set-
tllllir of lionn.lirli.it Mrnvn i.nrlln.
In short, th9 experience of the court Prccnt tho proceedings of tho Con
has shown that in the many Inaccur- vc",1l" ,c,0,"d be Published,
acles found ln the title and boundaries, Valuable papers on the ports of tho
tho system Is supplying a need, ana J ac,"c w "' charts could be prepared
meeting the difficulty In n. practical the Hydrographlc offlco of tho
manner. Nnvy Department.
It Is noticeable, In what n proportion'. TJ' bJcct. ?f thI? !fttc,r- however,
of cases tho accurate plotting of the '. nt !S5, Jtp?t"lls. but to sug-
lands on tho ground dcelops hitherto EC8t n P,an .for bringing our business
unknown government remnants of land, n ,m"ro ,cl,lBc1?:. ,n t?"ch wl h tho
and brings the matter to the attention mcrm,VT Lli Consular service,
of the applicant, and through him If he , Tr''tlng that you may g yo the mat-
choose to perfek his title, to the gov " our careful consideration, I bavo
ermnenL aumorities. .
Another noticeable. feature-Is the dis
covery of a large proportion of cases ln
which the government communtatlon,
roserved In the original award has nev
er been commuted for with the Govern
A nrnrilmi ,nm,.iiv h. ..., .,.i
In tho present law with regard to Issu-I
Ing land patents on confirmation of Mnny peoplo wash their scalps Sat
awards. Tho law as at present Inter- unlay night or Sunday to try to keep
prctcd, restricts the Government In the dandruff down for tho week, but
granting Its patents on awards to a on Monday night tho scalp haH begun
clear and well dcllncd portion of an t0 Itch, and Tuesday morning will find
award, -jiart of tho boundaries of which a K(l upply of dnndruff when the
colncldo with tho boundirlcs of the nclr ' brtmhed. Thcro Is but one real
award. Cases havo come to tho atten- clentlflc way of curing dandruff; and
tlon of the court whero a largo award lnat l8,to llHI ,ho Krm ,hal causes It,
has been mapjicd and sold off In blocks an' 'ans hair, and Anally baldness,
and lots within tho original lines of Jhero Is only ono prcpara Ion that wl I
tho award. The party wishes to perfect ic!?K ,tno "crJn' an'1 at Newuro-H
tltlo to the portion owned by him, by "erplcldc. h an cnt rely now dls
settling with the government He can covory nnd tho only hair prcparaMon
well doflncu portion of It. It would
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seem more reasonable to alter tho slat-
uto so that each owner might deal In.
dependcntly with the government, as to
his lot. I
It seems that tho Organic Act pre
vents any change In Hawaiian Statutes
on the subject, so It may bo well to
havo tho leglslaturo enact n statute
subject to tho approval of Congress. I
4- Head tho announcement of tho
good things The Dulletln has for
you, on Pago Six.
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PRESENTS WOOD'S IDEA S
PROMOTION LETTERS IN REFER. 6
ENCE TO PACIFIC TRADE DI8- Jt
CUS8ION AT HONOLULU. X
ROOT INFORMED. M
Dclegato Kalanlanaolo nnd his bcc-'o
rotary called on Secretary of Stato M
Hoot In Washington on January 20,1
presenting tho request of Secretary X
II. P. Wood of tho Hawaii Promotion (
Commltteo that a meeting of Consuls 6
of tho United States at Paclflo ports ft
uu caueu i uonoiuiu to uiscuss geu -
eral trade questions.
.it, tiuuu liivva um lliu lUUUWlUb
letters in regard to tho above:
January 4, 1900.
Hon. J. Kalanlanaolo, I lou bo of Repre
sentatives, Washington, D. C.
Dear Sir: I enclose herewith a let'
ter to tho Hon. Secretary of State,
which I wish you would obllgo mo
presenting In person.
I think that after you hnvo read tho
lottei, you will agreo with mo that tho
plan, If carried out. would provo to be
an excellent ono tor calling tno atten-
tlon of tho outsldo world to tho strato-
gle position occupied by Honolulu.
Such a meeting would unquestionably
prove of great advantage to us.
. 1,0P'ng that It may bo convenient
i'or yu t0 ravor m m this matter, I
(Slg.) II. 1. WOOD.
January t. lOOfi.
Hon. Kllhu Iloot, Secretary of State
Washington. D. C.
Dear Sir: Now, that tho stratcgU
position oi uonoiuiu is being accentu
ated by tho building of tho Pnnnmn
Canal, and the port Is ratmllv Inrrcnn.
!n ln Import"" from a Naval. Mill-
?n, opportunity to bo reprcsentexl nnd
' fcf' a,"?ured nat tho ''lan wou.ld
!'vvl "V "v" :"'"' """'""
Uon as cn"uro, larR0 cndance.
rr the bcncllt of thoso not able to bo
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Your obedient servant,
(Big.) " II. P. WOOD.
DESTROY THE CAU8E.
" c-nnoc cure oanaruir witnout
Destroylntj the Cause of It.
rPirPRliim unir Hrnaa nir rn
refreshing hair dressing for regular !
Inllnt i.ba Cnl.l l.w Inn.lln. .l..nlaa I
s,,nii ioe.'in slamns for iwininin tn Thl
Herrlclde Co.. Detroit. Mich,
tcr Drug Co., special agents,
Doyce "Was Smith disappointed
lovol' Joyce "Ho got married."
Very few men can ever Jump as high
as the mark they scratch on tho wull.
Easy going Stealing a ride.
Murders and homicides decreased
more than 2000 In the United Staler
In the last ten years. Lynching! de
- J - - -
j GREAT CLEARING SALE
One of the Greatest Bargain Events will $
We shall offer thousands of yards of Embroideries and Laces of X
every description at about half regular prices. y
If you want to have first chance to select best patterns DE Y
EARLY, for many will be attracted by the uncommon character of the k
offerings. . ',
PACIFIC IMPORT GO.
FORT STREET. 1 K
When you remember tho fact
that the Dltters has been curing!
sickly peoplo for over 60 ysars,
you ought not hesitate any longer
In giving It a fair trial. For curl
Ing General Debility, Impure
Dlood, Headache, Indigestion, Dys
pepsia, Costlveness, or Malaria,
Fever and Ague It Is unrivalled.
ELECTRIC CARS IN 1905
INCOME OF $128,743 ADOVE EX-
PEN3E8 CONTRIBUTION TO
PUBLIC SERVICE MILE-
The annual meeting of the Honolulu
Ilapld Transit & Land Co., Ltd., was
held yesterday. The old board of dl
rectors was re-elected as follows:
U Tcnncy l'eck, president; U A.
Thurston. 1st vice president: J. II.
Cattle, 2nd vice president; 0. I. Thle-
icn, secretary; C. H. Atherton, treaa
urer; K. W. Kicbahn, auditor; W. !.
Castle, director; C. (1. Ilallcntyne, man
ager and cx-oOlclo director.
Manager Dallentyno's report Includ-
ci tnc following;
Taking the general condition of the
community Into consideration, I nm
glad to be able to report very satisfac
tory results In this respect. The total
Income for the year was $330,392.12
and the total operating cxiicni-e account
was J20I,fil9.02, leaving a balanco to
tho credit of this account of $128,743.10
from which was deducted the fixed
charges of S,,302."0, leaving a net bal
anco of $71,410.40.
Owing to certain changes mndo In
the routine of the cars on tho Hotel,
l'unahou and Alakea street lines, wo
were enabled to dispense with tho ser
vice of two cars, having operated 25
cars In regular service up to tho month
of June nnd thereafter 23 cars. This
was done without nny Impairment to
The car mileage for tho year was
1,509,209 miles, being a dally avcrago
oi -jiii, mnes, aim tne passengers car
ried were C.015.528, tho dally nverago
being 18,127. There were 0,219,311 full
faro passengers, 275,625 half fare
(school children) passengers and 121.-
. C92 free passengers; of these last It is
' Mat I nn A.I Attn F? k.. -. . a - t
loiiiiiuii-u uiui iu ic-r ccni. or 'Ji,ivi
Is made up of pollrc, letter carriers, lire
men and sanitary Inspectors, this being
equal to n contribution to the publla
tcrvicc of $4559.70.
The total of tho cxpenso to Incomo
from all sources was C1.03 per cent.,
whllo the per cent, of nil expense to car
Imomo was C2.39.
Per Mmr. Claudlne, from Maul ports,
i en, l v. II. llabbltt. Miss II Toonr
l''- Conway. Ilev. S. K. Kakanl. Capt.
O. P llnllpfl Mm llnllna l? 1 lllllr-ni-
Mr Cralgie. W A. Johnston. Cant. J.
K. Clarke. Q. C. Wldncy. Dr. A. II. How-
at, .Master Itowat, W. J. Moody, Miss
Huntington. Mrs. W. V. Krear, Lowls
varnci and 29 on deck,
Referring to the transition stago of
tho Orient. Ulshop Hamilton said to
the Church Extension Society of the
Methodist Episcopal Church, In San
rrancltco, recently: "Wo are to see
tho future history of the world through
the Golden Oatc."
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ff A light house makes a light
ine sieaoy ngnt is the study light the Electric Light.
Did you ever think of electricity as the great universal fluid that
radiates from the heart of nature to make the world brighter?
We all wish to be looked at In the heit llnht Th ht llnht a
X be looked at, or to look at other
n ngmmng oug is pretty in the
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f Electric Lights, like the fairies
I am uiui,!! nara nouicworK ior you, it
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We have just received new supplies of
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ISLAND MEATS. AJso, Garden Produce of all kinds; Butter, Eggs, Chick
ens, Turkey. Sucking Pig, Bacon, Ham; In fact, iverythln" FIRMl
CLA8S MARKET I called upon to furnish.
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That' what makes and aves money. Just THINK of Telephone Main
147 when you want your clothes attended to.
Honolulu Clothes Cleaning Company.
1. F. COLBURN III. Manager. Office. KAPIOLANI BUILDING.
BUILDING and PAINTING CONTRACTORS. House furniture of all
kinds repaired and varnished. Yard
nished. cooks, Ynrdboys and Day L borer supplied on short notice.
Office, GREEN HOUSE, 8. King nr. Walktki road. Tel. White 2401.
folks In. Is Electric Llnht.
landscape, but It Isn't much good M
snops popular, make your streets
of the aid German lenendi. will da M
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and lawn work a specialty. Tools fur