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evening 'Bulletin, Honolulu, t. h.. Wednesday, ran. 28, 1906.
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at 120. King Street, Honolulu,
T. II., by the
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P. II. IlUnNETTE,
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FEU. 28, 190G.
r.....wiAtiftf dm mtlAtlv mm ne'
toward China. This Is an Indication
WViiroyuimviiv" ,.. ...-....
qulto as reliable, as announcements Is
sued (rom renins or vtusiiingiuu.
Why not set school tenchers at
work onthe roads from 2 to 4 o'clock
each day, that they may have tho prop.
tr physical culture to equip them for
It U at least amusing that tho morn
ing paper should bo first to Jump at
the opportunity of putting on the coat
of the "wretch whoso stock In trade
Is deceit and whoso weapon Is treach
ery." There's no doubt tho laws need fix
ing when n municipal organization has
authority to buy nn nutomoDiio aim
assume tho enro of storm sewers, hut
can't possibly spend a dollar to save
public tlchool teachers from being
lorcfil to do Janitor's work
' According to Honolulu papers Land
Fraud Man McKlnlcy passed through
tfhat burg some time ago In company
with "Littlo Egypt" If that Is tho
case, wo pity Mac, because nbout tho
biggest fraud of modern times has got
hold nf him Oardon Island.
How do you know?
John D. Rockefeller should adopt
tho scheme of tho noted Chinese ro
former Dr Sun Thcro nro several
travelling under tho nnmo of Dr. Sun,
thus causing the nifhorltlcs search
ing for tho gentleman great difficulty
la deciding which Is tho right one.
Lots of men would bo willing to go In
and out among men as John D. Rock
The Educational Department of our
Territorial administration may not bo
very flush Just at present, hut Bomo
kind of arrangement should ho made
without delay for a school and teacher
for tho Intending citizens nt Knpaa.
Should Kauai County proceed to es
tablish n County school which tho
Oahu legal department Bays may be
done under the law then some of tho
wlso acres will understand why It Is
that the penurious policy of tho Leg
islature and tho evaslvo policy of the
Oahu 8uporvlsors Is the real wedgo
toward County control of tho public
bchools of Hawaii,
SUPERVISORS AND SCHOOLS
The Dulletln would consider Itself
lortunate If It could subscribe with
any degree of sincerity to tho assump
tion that the Supervisors of Oahu
County are as cnthdBlnstlc over aiding
the public schools as the well guarueti
statements of some of tbcra aim to
The "cards were stacked" against
the Supervisors of Oahu County grant,
tng any assistance to the public school?
The opinion of the County Attorney
furnished the loophole for evading the
unpleasant necessity of a vote.
The anxiety to avoid the direct Is
sue arises from an enthusiasm for
roads on one side and a mistaken Idea
that assistance rendered schools by the
County Is tho first wedge to open the
schools to County control.
We have no quart el with the en
thuelasm for road building and lu
creased expenditures for tho pollco de
partment, when however one cqn
elders the people's estimate ot.tbe re
lative Importance of roads or police,
nnd the schools, it is easy to under
stand why an evasive way arounu
l ould have been sought.
Far from the County assistance in
furnishing Janitors being a, wedge to
speedy County control, the present
conditions In the public schools are
furnishing dally arguments and BteadI'
ly creating sentiment for County con
trol of schools. The evasion nf tin
lxvie by the Supervisors will do ninro
to nasttn local control of the school
S)sttm than temporary assistance
ctuld ever bring about.
The Supervisors havo met the situ
atlou ns has seemed to them best, and
the measure of public spirit shown is
for each cltlicn to determine ns eocnu
to him just Accepting tho conclusion
of the Count) Attorney us an absolute
law and perfect Justice, It Is obvious
that in their lusto the 8uporvlon did
not go out of their way to seek means
whereby the schools might bo assisted.
Care of the public school buildings
Is still tho point nt Issue and ns tho
Supervisors of the County fall to rise
to tho occasion tho matter Is again
pnssed back to the Territorial writers
lor solution. From the Territorial exe
tut ho standpoint, tho legislature
might lime provided for the schools
and didn't, the County might have aid
cd but It hasn't, cither Jinltorlal dutlei
must be provided for or some school
must bf provided for or teachers made
Territorial ofllcera cannot evade the
Issue through n convenient kgal opin
ion A condition exists not n theory
The Dulletln Is confident that there, an
public officers whoso action will bo
guided by that American patriotism
whjch makes the vvclfaro of tho public
'school a matter which wipes out tch
nlcalltlcs If the exist, and gains sue
cess nt all hazards.
Continued frn-n Pan 1V
summer months, the ditch supply Is nt
the lowest, while tho requirements for
the growing crops nro nt tho maxi
mum. Tho soil of. this plantation,
under a hot, dry cllmnte, requires ono
million gallons of water for each 50
acres under qultlvntlon Instead of 70
acres, as In tho caso of most Irrigated
plantations Tho water supply Is In
adequato for tho present cultivated
area, and hus hitherto necessitated
latu planting and lato rntoonlng, re
sulting In a lower jlcld per ncro than
would othcrwlso be obtained, nnd at
an Increased tost.
This subject has had the careful
consideration of President II. P. Bald
win and the Hoard of Directors, who
havo decided that tho acrcago should
be reduced to about 700 acres per crop.
In order to sccuro the best results with
tho present wnter supply. This will
result In planting and rntoontng In
proper season, nnd consequently, a
a (mil- trtl.l t. At An a- nn t. y nl1.n.
"ft11 .. .- ...:, u mo uuivi
hnl tttet -. -l.l A...lill
' VT"' '?'"'' .""Vl
cultivating ,etc, will bo reduced pro
portionately to acreage Furthermore,
tho Increased ditch supply on the
smaller acreage during a large portion
of tho ear, will greatly reduce tho
pumping expense, which has hereto
foro been the great financial drain on
No repair work will bo needed In
pumps this year, boyond the usual
overhauling and fixing up.
The Maul Agricultural Company nro
building their new largo upper ditch
through tho Kaliua lands. I expected,
at time of writing my last report, that
It would be completed In time for
planting tho 19U7 crop. This new ditch
should be completed tiy June 1st, 1906,
and In good time for planting the crop
of 1908, provided there be continued
good rains to windward, but upon
which we do not rely, ns we have cal
culated upon- pumping full Horn Juno
1st to November 1st.
Ily terms of the ngreement mndo
with tho Maul Agricultural Company
when Klhel -sold its upper lands, a
reset vatlon of SO acres was made, up
on which Klhel could build three new
reservoirs. One of these the largest,
may be constructed during 1906,
which will largely add to the planta
tion's present water storage, capacity,
and us ilia site selected for this Is
Just mauka of tho new enlarged Klhel
connecting ditch, no extra expense
will bo entailed In bringing tho water
from the new reservoir to the present
main ditch suppl)lng the plantation.
It Is proposed to spend about $5000 on
tno new- reservoir during the yiar
190C. No other unusual expenditure
has been calculated upon for the pres
The WuhlavvaMVater Co met In tho
offices of Castle & Cooke. In the mi
nimi session this morning, nnd re
elected old officers. "
w1M asxm intuits.
Furnished house, Pacific Heights.
Four Bedrooms ,.$75 00
Emma St '. ... 30 00
Gandall Lane 25 00
Cor, Young and Aloha Lane..',, 18 00
Cor. King and Aloha Lano .... 20 00
Walklkl Beach ,.40 00
College Hills 40 00
Klnau Street 27 60
Lunalllo Street 50 00
Trust Co., Limited.
:OR. FORT AND MERCHANT 8T8.,
A VETERAN OF THE BUCK
HAWK, MEXICAN AND
THE CIVIL WARS.
CAPT. W. W. JACKbUN.
Sufferings Were PittractedandSevert
Tried Eveiy Known Remedy With
out Relief Seriout Stomach Trout
Cured ty Three Bottht oI'erunal
Capt. W. W. Jack.on.TOT O S t., N. V.,
Washington, I). O., wrltost
"I am clghir-lhrto years old, a
Totcranof tho Black Hawk, Moxican
and tho Civil Wars. I am by profession
a physician, but abandoned tho same.
Some years ago I as seriously af
fected Hlth catarrh of the stomach.
My sufferings were protracted and
severe. I tried every known remedy
llhout obtaining relief.
In desperation I began the use oi
) our I'cruna. I began to realize m-
mediate though gradual improvement.
"After tho uso of thrco bottles overt
appearancoof my complaint was re
moved, and I havo no hosltatlp n In rec
ommending it as an Infallible remedy
for that disorder." W. W. Jackson.
Address Dr. H. 11. Hartman, President
nf Tho Hartman Sanitarium, t'olum
For special directions everyone
should read "The Ills of Life," a copy
Of which surrounds each bottle, Pe
(una Is for sale by all chemists and
druggists at one dollar per bottle or
six bottles for five dollars.
Those wishing direct correspond
ence with Dr. Hartman and can wait
the necessary delay In receiving a re
ply, should address Dr, S. B. Hartman,
Columbus, Ohio, U. 8. A.
Benson, Smith &. Co. will supply the
fetall drug trade In Honolulu,
HOUSES TO LET
Bargains in Kaimuki Lots
HOMES FOR SALE
RENT and COMPANY
Our Semi-Annual Sale
Thursday March 1st.
AT 8 A. M.
The last six months have been un
usually busy ones In our Cotton Goods
Department, which has resulted In our
having an immense quantity of deslr-
anie snort lengtns on hand. If you
cannot attend the first day, come the
next, there wilt be many left to choose
from. As usual, they are marked at
the low. prices which have made our
Remnant Sales famous.
Ginghams, Lawns, Batiste, Calico,
Shirtings, Percales, Linens, Galatea,
Organdies, India Llnon, Victoria Lawn,
Grass Linen, Dimity, Nainsook, Linen
Lawn, Denims, Crettonnes, Madras,
Sllkollne, Burlap, Curtain Swiss,
Sheeting, Pillow Casing, Muslins, Cam
brlcc, Table Linen, Toweling, Oil
Cloth, Linings and many other ma
The Territorial Grand Jury's meet
ing today has been postponed until
A Great Purchase of Men's Wo
, men's and Children's Hosiery
at about 40 Per Gent off Ordin
The opportunity Came our way and we divide
the Benefit with you
We will ! commence
1st. a big four days sale of the Largest,
Cheapest and Best Assorted Stock of
Hosiery that was ever shown in Honolulu
When we say the sale will last only four days we mean It. Every pair
should be sold In one day at the prices we are offering, but should there be
any left overs at the end of the fourth day, we will place them In stock at
their ordinary values and turn our attention to something else.
Read this list of prices and come to Alakea street and Inspect the var
ious lines all laid out on the tables, marked and classified In their various
100 dozen Women' plain Cotton
90 dozen Women's plain Cotton
85 dozen Women's Fine Seamless Hose, 2 pairs
65 dozen Women's Black Lace
76 dozen Women's Fine Lace
60 dozen Women's Full Fashioned Hose, per pair 20
40 dozen Women's Tan Lace Lisle Hose, per pair Od
60 dozen Women's Black Lace Lisle Hose, per pair 20d
60 dozen Women's Fine Quality Black Hose, Hermsdorf Dye.. 25b
40 dozen Women's fine 3-Thread Lisle Hose, 3 pairs SI. OO
30 dozen Women's Extra Large Sizes, full Finished, 3 pairs S1.00
60 dozen Women's Fine Quality full length Lace Lisle Hose,
per Plr 406
40 dozen Women's Superior Fine Black Hose, per pair . ...10d
36 dozen Women's Lace Ankle Lisle Hose, per pair 406
36 dozen Women's Extra Fine Lace Lisle Hose, per pair ....50b
60 dozen Children's Black Ribbed Hose, sizes 6 1-2 to 9 1-2
2 Plr 25b
50 dozen Boys' Heavy 4-1 Ribbed Hose, all sizes, 3 pairs. .. .50b
50 dozen Misses 3-Thread Lisle Hose, 6 1 2 to 9 1-2, per pair. ,20b
36 dozen Misses "Polka Dof'Lisle Hose, 6 1-2 to 9 1-2, per pr 20b
40 dozen Misses Find 11 Ribbed Hose, all sizes, per pair ....251
45 dozen Misses Lace Ribbed Cottcn Hose, all sizes, per pair. .25
38 dozen Misses Lace Ankle Lisle Hose, all sizes, per pair ...-25b
36 dozen Misses Fine Quality Black Cotton Hose, per pair. ,25b
50 dozen Child's Mercerized Lac'e Lisle Sox, per pair 25b
Lot 25 150 dozen Men's Black or Tan
90 dozen Men's Black or Tan
40 dozen Men's Black Cotton Half Hose, Fancy embroidered 20b
40 dozen Men's Plain Black Full Finished Half Ho ,-20b
30 dozen Men's Black Half Hose Embroidered Effects 25b
20 dozen Men's Brown Balbrlggan Fine Quality 25b
38 dozen Men's Black or Tan Lace Half Hose ---25b
20 dozen Men's Polka Dot Flno Quality Half Hose 25b
30 dozen Men's Black Cotton Half Hose, Embroidered
3 pair S1.00
45 dozen Men's Natural and Black Cashmere Half Hose .....10b
75 dozen Men's Superior uallty Fancy Lisle Half Hale ....50b
Sale Begins Thursday March 1st.
L. B.KERR& Co., Ltd.
(Continued from Pane 1.)
000 " Treasurer W. A. Bowcu explain
ed that the Wahlawa Water Company's
note had been taken for tbut amount
"You'll get it back," remarked Bow en
S.ijs Manager Qoodalo In his report
Iho grinding season of tho Crop of
1905 began on December S, 1901, and
ended on August 5, 1905.
Tho sucrose in cane for Crop 1905,
viz.; 14 33, was higher than any pre
vious year, but the yield of cane per
acre was lower. This result vas ex
reeled, ns stated in Annual Ileport for
Year 1904. The heavy rains and cold
weather of February and March, 1904,
the Injury to the cano from rust at that
time, and from leaf-hopper later In the
of tho cane. We are fortunate In hav- . . ip.uruarv latM 35ia toni of
Inn (he benefit of high prices during (nVrUuttey s ,1 mod
tho early part of tho season, but after , ,, 10ot f0? iho Cron of 1907
that time there was unfortunately allfcrp-iMJ:..,."ia...Si,?.p.i 1221
gradual fall In prices during the year,
1 he bnsls ranged from 5 2.1c. to 3 50c.
per pound, and J.I10 net price per ton
It Is Cool
JU8T THE PLACE TO 8PEND
The best of everything
ALL SORTS OF AMU8EMENT,
ALL KIND8 Ol' RECREATION,
ALL THE COMFORTS OF HOME.
Tickets and Information at Oahu
Railway station and Trent & Co, or
ring up Hatelwa Hotel, King 53.
On 8undays the Halelwa Limited, a
two-hour tr, ', leaves-at 8:22 a. m.J
rturmr:j, arrive In Honolulu at 10:10
on Thursday, March
Hose, 4 pairs 25d
Hose, 3 pairs 256
Hose, 2 pairs .
Hose, 2 pairs ...
Cotton Half Hoss, 2 pairs ....25b
Cotton Half Hose, 3 pairs ....50b
from $90.48 In January to S53 25 in
October. Tho avcruge basis for thf
)ear was 4 3508c. per pound, and tlio
average net price per ton of sugar
Crop 1900. Grinding the Crop of
190S began on January 4, tho first Held
ground being long rattoons. The aver
ng0 yleli for tll raontIl of January
. nr 1 ..
was b 05 tons sugar per acre; sucrose
In cane, 13 13 per cent; tons of cane
per ucre, 5C31; a better nverage than
during the same month last year. The
weather slnco December has been vory
dry and cold. Should the dry wefithcr
continue there will be a steady Im
provement in tho quality of the cane.
The leaf-hopper affected the growth
of the cano In all sections of the Plan
(atlon, but, on tbo whole, slnco theor 1118,950.77 more than during th"
(oU, catli;r of March an(j A,,rll( the
weather has been vvurm and favorable.
there aro now under cultivation 40G4
Almost the entlie n.rea of plant cane
for this crop is on land never before
cultivated, and, up to this time, has
I "",,, om ubiva iuuio unuur culti
vation, more land cleared and plowed
and a greater start made on the next
All the cane has grown rapidly anil crop.
IooIib well. The following officers were elected:
crop 1908. The area to be planted
for Crop of 1908 depends upon the
amount of water that will be conserved
by the Wahlawa dam. A field of about
1800 acres of new land Is being plowed
nnd prepared for planting. If our es
timates of water supply from natural
sources are realized, the Crop of 1908
should he cut from about 5000 acres
nnd produce 30,000 tons sugar. With
the supply that we expect from thg' Manager fJoodale stated that there
Wahlawa dam, and from other sources bad been no heavy freshets slnco he
that may be developed, the annual .had written his report, 10 test the Wa
crops, beginning with 1908, will be hlawa dam. Two thousand dollars
20.000 tons and upwards. I were appropriated for social beneficial
Water Development. Very little has purposes. W. W. Goodale was ten
been done this yenr to develop new dered a vote of thanks for his ablo
water supplies, except to complete the management.
New Process Gas Ranges
These have been bought at prices nuch below the market on ac
count of our taking a whole consignment.
The goods are well known and we are able to sell them upon spe
cially favorable terms,
Blue Flame Oil Stoves
An assortment Just to hand by tho "Gerard C, Tobey."
Pacific Hardware Co., Ltd.
BEFORE BUYING GET OUR
I'oamolio Dlch and take out the water
of the ltclemano stream nt an eleva
tion of about 70 feet. Krom this point
the water of the Hclcmano stream cad
be used on all the lower lands of He-
lotnnnn lfnhfilrn tho Vnllpv nml Pnn.
lua . Work on tho Annhulu and Upper
Hclcmano ditches was begun early" In this day appolntetd Mr. E. K. Ells
tho year and carried oft until May. worth, Pound Master for tho Govern
J3.U7.01 have been expended on these meat Pound nt Walanacuka, Ewn,
ditches and they should be complete! Onlni, vice Byron O. Clark, resigned,
as soon ns possible. I . c- ? HOLLOWAY,
The Wnlmca dam, finished In June Superlntcndcnt'of Public Works,
of last year, has impounded nbout 100,-1 Department of Public Works, Feb
000,000 gallons of water from small """"y 2'th, 1906. 3319-lt
freshets In the Wnlmca or Waoala '
stream. SEALED TENDERS
Permanent Improvements- Durtnc .
tho jcar 1003, S174.074 80 havo been ex- will be received at tho office of the
Tended on Permanent Improvements.' , ,
The following nro tho prlnclpnl Items: County Clerk, County of Oahu, until
Clearing new land, $35,180 SO, which 12 noon of March Cth, 190C, for tho
covers tho clearing of nearly the entire . . ,.,, , ,
area to bo planted in 1900 for the Crop w ""1 completion of a rein
of 190S; new ditches from mountain forcc1 concrete bride, nt Kalpapau,
ttr'-ains, f 1C.8S9 59; new reservoirs, Haisula Homestead, Koolauloa.
$14,k00C5; Wahlawa ditch and extcn-l nans nnd specifications nro on fllo
sions, iii,!iu.is; wauiawa uuen anil
ixtcnslons syphons. $18,809 07: rail
road construction and equipment,
tl9.39C.47; including cost of extension
Of main Hue to Wnlmca; buildings,
KS.5C0S4, tho principal Item being
erection of buildings for Portuguese
Ttlnr n va r.4U fnA TilHnnl. S.m
10 and 17. of tho Wahlawa dam, jotCUrly Clcrk f th" ST f 0l",U'
iu ue excavaicu. auoui auu leei 01 m.
ditch, near tho dam, has been lined
with concrete, the ground there beln
of poor quality for holding water. Con
crete arches have been built at the in
lets and outlets of several of the tun
nels, and clocks and scams In other
tunnels havo been plastered. The wa
ter can now bo delivered at the lowei
end of Tunnel 1C, abovo the Intakf
uf the present Kcmoo Ditch.
The Wahlawa Ditch Extension has
been dug across Kemoo, Kaheka, lie
lemano, and partly across Opaeula. On
sjphon, Clinches In diameter and 132d
feet In length has been built across
I'oamolio aulch, and nnother syphon,
of the samo diameter and length, 11
now being built across the Helemano
Gulch. The Wahlawa Ditch and IU
extensions, as far as Opaeula, will bu
ready for uso before It is time to be
gin planting this year, and tho watei
from the reservoir can then be ust
on all tho lands south of tho Opaeula
Gulch and up to the 700 feet level.
Wablawa Dam. Tho Wahlawa Dam
Is now finished. Including the placing
of the rip-rap up to the high wator
level. We have been storing water ill
the reservoir since January 23, and de
livering It In quantities ns needed on
tho plantation covering all cane lands
below the 400 feet level on Kcmoo,
Knhcka, Hclcmano, the Vnllcy, and
Mokulcla. Thcro have been no heavy
freshets since tho completion of the
dnm to test Its holdlngiqualltlcs when
filled to a greater depth than 20 feet,
but It Is hoped that heavy rains In the
mountains and a largo quantity of wa
ter In the reservoir may bo reportel
nt tho annual meeting on February 28.
insect I'estB.-r-Durlng 1905, all tu
cano suffered from tho loaf-hopper.
Tho Experiment Station has supplied
us with the more recently discovered
parasites and tl-cy have been colonized
In all of our fields. Very few ot the
news are nnecteci at an at this time,
and none of them seriously.
Gathering the borer beetles has been
carried on through the year,
beetles havo been destroyed.
2 380 000
Nov Land. In April, 1905, wo cams
Into possession of Helemano, belong
ing to the Holt Estate. By leaslns
theso lauds our fields aro now continu
ous, und wo havo made a largo addl
tlon to our area of cane land,
Expenses. Tho total Operating' Ex
reuses for the year were S953.194 80,
ycar 1904, Thl8, ls ?wl"B partly t0 th
der cultivation. (7233 acres on Decern
her 31, 1905, as against C429 acres on
Dccembor 31, 1801), and $37,912.75
greater pumping expenses, owing to
dry weather nil through the year,
Tho crops under cultivation on De
cember 31, 1905, havo cost $1,010,281.48,
. 139,823.43 moro than the crops nndei
cultivation ono year ago. There are,
u. D. TenneJ, president; C. M. Cooko,
vice-presiuent; W. A. Bowen. treas
urer; (J. H. Atherton, secretary; T, R
Uoblniou, uudltor, and W. L. Hopper,
Tho net profits on 1905 transaction
amounted to $201.144 05. Surplus for
the jear, $270,417.58; net assets, $4,
770, 417.58; Increase In net assets over
Dec. 31. 1901, $204.11105,
Notice is hereby gIVcn that I havo
at tho omco of tho County Clerk.
The Committee on Honda, Bridges
and Parks reserve tho right to reject
any and all tenders received.
Certified check for 10 per cent of
tho amount of the bid, paablo to tho
must accompany all bids,
E. It. ADAMS,
Committee on Itoads, Bridges and
9318 Feb. 27, 28, Mar. 1, 2. 3, G.
, SEALED TENDERS
Will be received at the office ot the
County Clerk, County of Oahu, until
12 noon of March Cth, 1900, for tho
erection and completion of a reinforced
concrete bridge, King street, Kahaulkl,
Plans and specifications are on fllo
at the office of the County Clcrk.
The Committee on lloads. Bridges
and Parks reserve the right to reject
nny and all tenders received.
Certified check for 10 per cent of the
nmount of the bid, payable to tho
County Clcrk of the County of Oahu,
must accompany all bids.
E. It. ADAMS,
Committee on Itoads, Bridges and
RECONSTRUCTION OF MAKAPALA
SCHOOL-HOUSE, KOHALA, HA
WAII. Proposals will be received at the of
flco of tho Superintendent of Public
Woiks, Honolulu, T. II., until 12
o'clock M. of Mnrch 15th, 1906, tor re
constructing tho Makapala School
house at Kohnla, Hawaii, T. II.
Plans, specifications and blank
forms of proposal may be obtained at
tho offlco of tho Assistant Superinten
dent o. Public Works, nnd with Dr.
B. I) Bond, Kohala, Hawaii, for which
a deposit of J5 00 Is required, which
sum wl" lj0 refunded Intending bid-
I tin,. nftfip f lw... hmln m...v.ma1 .I.a
nvii, uttu, .urj limy iviuncu Uiu
plans and specifications.
Proposals will not be accepted un
less submitted on tho blank forms fur
nished, enclosed with a certified bank
check for Fifty ((50.00) Dollars in a
sealed cnvolopo, endorsed "Proposal
for tho Reconstruction of Makapala
School house at Kohala," and deliv
ered previous to 12 o'clock M. of tho
erintendent of Public Works She . r
.? U.. right to reject any or all
C S. HOLLOWAY,
Superintendent of Public Works.
. Department of Public Works, Hono
lulu. T. II.. Feb. 27th. 190C. 3318 3t
Tho matter of the construction of
Iho will of the lato James Campbell
cam tip before Judge Lindsay this
morning. A large gathering of attor
neys, representing the various parties
Interested In the caso, was present,
among them being E. C. Peters, Henry
Holmes, Judge Stanley, J, J, Duneo, E.
M. Watson, A. O. M. Robertson and C.
L. Clemons. Dunne asked that E. M.
Watson be appointed guardian ad lit
em of the Kawananakoa minors, In
his plae, as Dunne himself represent
cd Princess Kawananakoa and wanted
o avoid tho danger of conflicting In
tcrests. This was granted and on
motion by Watson the entire matter
Kas continued until March 16.
The U. S. transport Thomas sailed
for Manila, February 15 for San Fran
cisco by way of Guam. It ls now about
time for her to arrive In Honolulu.
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